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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 February 1839

Vi i " " ' ' ' '. ' 1 111 "; 1 ' ' ' ,,.t.:ij(iu. -jj "I havo sworn upon tlio Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mind of BIau. Thomas Jefferson. HUNTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB " Voiwisid Efc ESIiOOIHgBUSatljr, dOIiUMBIA COUNT Y FA SATUEBAY, i5, 1839 Number 42 wis6nsiati;4ur . . '.. .-- i - . , . i , s?a 0FE1CE OF THE DEMOCRAT Next Ddori to HoDisdN's Stagi: Office. Srtlc COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published even) Saturday morning, at TITO BOLLAllSper uiinum, payable In iii mh)anrr.. nr Two DoHdrS itfltrlit PShi'i Genii. ifAot vaid within the year jSro subscription will belaktnfor a shorter period thaii nix months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all urrcaruges arc dischurgcdi J1 D VEIlTISEMliltTS no't exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twcniy-ftoc cints for every subse quent nscrllon. liberal discount made to those ulho advertise by the year. tETTERS addressed Oil bitsinessi must...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 February 1839

VARIOUS SORTERS. Tiom the Hartford, Connecticut, Rcveiw. Pcriloii8 Mventurc Daring Intrepidity Praise Worthy Tkncvolcnce. Information reached this city yestorday morning, that Several families who lived In dwellings situated on tho meadows above tho city, were prevented from reaching the shore in consequence of tho rise of the freshet; they were driven into the upper a partments of their houses, and the" water still rising, had reached them there their lives were threatened, and in their distress -they called loudly for assistance, but with a frail prospect of obtaining any. Tho riv er at this tlmo was full of driving ice, tho Water had riRen to a. fearful hcifrht. and it seemed folly and rashness to attempt a reg- "u ouiicuiig unu umonunaic Doings. At this critical juncture, and when their sit "tistion anneareu to all who wltncssm! tlmm from tho shore, and heard their ctie3 for 'help, to be almost hopeless, nine young gentlemen 01 mis city volunteered to make an effort lo save them...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 February 1839

tions, nor lias 'a scntimenl beerl embodied" in our petitions, more favorable td olio lo cation than another, And yet wo Hoar an echo, I prcsumo Upon our hills;from beyond the proposed limit, that a bargain lias been mailo with regard to Iho location of the pub lic buildings. To the autlldrs of sucli strange surinisos wo have only tb bay - Hoiri toll gui mali pense." If there be individuals cither within or without our proposed limil3f who '' think cvil" of our propositions, such thoitghls must cmtnatb cither from lack of informa tion, misconception of facts, or an absolute- i t . . I .1 , I , v misiaitcn view oi tncir own inuiviuual . ... i, ., ... mi'PrtaiB, U3 wen as me permanent interest bfthc people. It is a fact, universally kriowri, that fh Northern section of Columbia county, do not, and under the present arrangement of that county cannot enjoy cqtial advantages with the south' It is u fact also, not to disguised, that the quantum of influence, not io say that influence aris...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 February 1839

PiiosPEotus oP MlE KEYSTONE. 1irbnnE democratic party of Pennsylvania has jus jfl. passed through a fiery conflict, and come out not only Unscathed, but completely victoriou another nroof of the purity and stability o OHARUES KAIIUBRJ WMiWft wnM MEMOMTARY HINTS, AND IMPORTANT INFORMATION. RTO EADER, did you ever seo rt confirmed Dys .lOL peptic, and learn his sufferings! If not, suf lico it t say, ho is a pale, ihin and ghastly looking ohject, his life apparently hanging by d thread; ho is hiiscrablo and unhappy, his suH'crings indiscriba blc. Aro you much troubled with flatulency, costive nrsa. Rniir eriirtntiona crisinir from vour stomach. tinder Komo new name, to oppo tilts principles of occasional want of appetite, watcrbiosli, aliad tasto ng received the latest Philadelphia nnd N tkmocracy, enmity to which, being tho only bond in your mouth, or foul breath, pain or a heaviness York Fashions, in connection with his that can even tor a moment, hold them together. atyourBtomacn, s...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 February 1839

IBB 1 jgraags .--j,..,. 's-s-rrute'i ,.ja-a.... , ,j . .M.'n.'iffca I liavo sworii upou the Altar of God, etcriial1iw.tUity to etcry form of Tyranny over tlio nilud of Maiu Thoittw Jefferson. ' ' ' ' ' ' ' -1 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB; Volume m BIjOOMSBUIRGIs COILIJMIBIA COUNTY, FA SATURBAY, FEBMUJAHY 23, 1839. Nnmliter 43. i Bloom OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, Next noon to lidriiso.v'a Stage Omen. The COLUMBIA DtiMOCllAT will be .published turn Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per a'nnnni, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid wilhhi this yean Wo subscription will lit taken for a shorter period than six months ; nor any discon tinuance pcrmilteiU until all arrearages 'are discharged;- MD VIM Tl SEME NTS not exceeding a square w.ill be conspicuously inserted at One hollar for the first three insertions, and Twcnhj-fivc cents for' every, subse quent nserlion. CT"A liberal discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on busine...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 February 1839

no i aiioud never seo you more Aiout sun 1 act the same day, ho intruded on my Bor rows again, returned the trinkets I had giv en you, and delivered a message purporting o bo fromyou" Here his'spcech was interrupted by ap proaching voices, and the next instant thoy were surrounded by a party of servants, led on by Lucille's father, who dragged the fainting girl away. Boy !' said the rich man, 6s ho follow ed th'se who bore away his insensible child, Boy 1 let mo not see you on my premises again, or, with a stone tied about your neck, you shall bo thrown into your worshipped sea like a whining puppy 1 Beggar I think ho more of my foolish daughter 1" "Stop I entreat I command 1" ox claimed the hitherto silent statesman, who had been, much affected by tho preceding scene. But his intercession was too late; Xhc rich man departed hastily, with a scorn ful frown on his brow. Ferdinand rati to the summit of tho mound, and strained his eyes at the retreating form of Lucille, as she was hurr...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 February 1839

fcCjTho rimn who slanders his neighbor, I while under llio inilucnco of passion, in con sequence of somo real or supposed injury1, finds somo oxcuso hi llic frailties of human iiaturc, but he vho, iii llio sober moments of reflection, attempt's to injure another, by 'base insinuations, is unworthy or being classed among men, and should bo shunned and detested as a' nuisance in society', as 'an only fit associate for the vip'or that crawls on the ground, and 3ccks every op portunity thai presents itself to inflict a wound wilti its poisonous fangs. v it is slated that Admiral Douglass, of tlio English fleof, has mediated Successfully be tween France and Mexico, aud hostilities have ceased. Tho Mexicans are to pay one-sixth of their revenue as interest for Hnoney due to British cubjects, and the (fx Iienscs of the war to the French amounting to about $7,000,000; The branch Bank of the Slate of Alaba ma, located at Mobile', lids for the second lime suspended specie payments. A bill inc...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 February 1839

PROSPECTUS OP 'TI1E ItEYSTOWE. THE democratic: party of Pennsylvania has jus passed through ft fiery conilict, and como out not Jjonly unscathed, hut completely victoriou another proof of tho purity and Stability o heir principles. Notwithstanding Ihcir triumph they cannot for any length of time, repose in tho lap of fictory, for their Iocs aro most insiduous, and ever watchful aud although routed, will again rally under sorao new name, to oppose the principles of democracy, .enmity to which, being tho only bond that can even for a moment, hold them together. We must thcreforo remember, that tho price of frco: dom is unceasing vigilance. In Bpite of tho rankest corruption, and of frauds innumerable, wo have elected a democratic Gov crnor, and a majority in the houso of rcprcscnta 'tives, sufficiently large, to give us tho control in joint ballot, and secure to Pennsylvania a democratic re preecntativo in the United States Senate. Tlio fraudulent elections, which will probably bo "co...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 March 1839

t.X hvB sWcrn ui,on the Altar of OoA, etCrnl ltmty to eery fern f TTu.e or ."laglf PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY Ih WEBB; -'-.-. ' . ' ''r Mifwaf Voiitniti lit OFFltifl OF THE DEMOCRAT, JNext doou Td iiomsb.Vs StAoM Orncc; '-?Yie Gb'lX&lMJl IlEMticMf 'ioiil be .published 'cry SatUfddij inorning, at TtVO DOVLvlTiSper d'nnums payable half yearly in HMtnice, or Twti Dollars Fifty Cents, ifndtptiidtvithiri tilt year. 'Ifo sttbrtription ivill'bc taken for dili'drlcr period than 3ix Months; tt'di'.any discdll tinuantc permitted) until dil lirrcaragcs are uncharged. MnVRTIsBtfE'XfSn6t exekdht ti square will be eO'Upidttously inserted 'At unc jjouarjor tie jwst tlircc insertions; and 'Aocnl'y-fivc ccilh for eSieri) subse quent nsbflion. CPv!f liberal discount Made, to those il'ho O'lvcrliA'i by (lie i''Car. LtJTTHIlS Addressed on business tarts' be post pntd; FOfiTEY. NURSERY RHYMES. Mr. Southcy is the author of the follow ing description, in nursery rhyme, of the cat aract of Lodorc: Mow do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 March 1839

v n'Sucii was tho assumed haraa t bore on'l the occasion of Eu'dOra s ruin my tea! no may be heard in every village Hear ne, thou child of ho slorm, and heir nf fehamo I It was whilst the rankling Revenge, 'engendered by the falsehood of Delia, yet savaged my heart, that thy mother- became my victim. I was then an ambassador, sent to negociato some import trA business with a foreign power I was wrecked in a roaring tempest was rescued from a wale Ty grave by the romantic Eudora, and your tolU Adam was nursed by her, and recov ered under her kind offices. I plighted my love, and promised to return in a few weeks, but had no intention of fulfilling tho pro mise ; frown on, yet hear mo in silence. A few years afterwards, I was goaded with remorse for the crime, and urged by the love sho had inspired, Wished to return and make reparation. I demanded another mis sion, and embarked With the resolution of making her mine for ever. But when t reachsu the wcll-rcmcmieied scene of my base ing...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 March 1839

innrniiii, iF -, ... Me 19th inst, says thu New Beihn J hums, iS'uvncn the lionrs of 1 mill 2 o'clock', tlid bMrm of Uro was given, and upon cxmiua Uoii it was discovered lo ho in tho, public uso occupied and owned by Mr. Samuel uaiiu, wnieii was entirety ennsumeu wuu iirly all its contents. Ucforo tho citizens die place add those In attendance at Court, lulu arrive at tho sceno of conflagration', I' I ' I iiHi 1 . t i d wnoio uunuiug was wrapped in one nie, and presented a spectacle awtully bli'mc, which, for a moment, Deemed to ir'alizo the efforts tlial we're then being r i . . . .i , ,i 1 4 ' , . i (ie to arrest inc devouring element, uy ..r.t. r. I .1. i. i . ftrfea mat u was lmnossiDic io prevent its Aal destruction. The dainago wo are in- niftd is estimated to be between 3 and 00 dollars, of which Mr. Aurand was incipal sufferer Several individuals who were regular i i ..-.i i 11. .11 i..i inters, anu a large iuimm;r uiai nau laitcn lodgings (hiring tjl'o week lost nearly all...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 2 March 1839

T mtosPEOTtns of , HE KEYSTONE , HE dcmocrstio party of Pcnnsvlvnnia hasjns passed throuah a fiery conflict, nrnl como out not .onlv unscathed, but comphtcly Victotiou another proof of the purity and stability o heir principles. Notwithstanding their triumph they cannot for any length of timo, repose in the top of fictoryi for their foes arc most insiduous, tfhd ter watchful, aud although routed, will again rally under sonic new name, to opposjs the principles f democracy, enmity to which, being tho only bona that can eVcn for a moment, hcflil them together. We must therefore remember, that tho prico of frcc ttnni ia linrpftftlniv vlirll.lncc. In spite of the rankest corruption, and of frauds innumerable, wo nave elected a ucmocrauc uov ornnr. fin il minritv in tho house of rcurcscnta- lives, sufficiently large, to give us the control in joint ballot, and secure to Pennsylvania a democratic re presentative in tho United 6'tatc3 Senate. PtiA frniirlnlnnt elections, which will probabl...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 March 1839

m mitimu DEMOCRAT t have sworn ufroh the Altar of Cod, eternal hostility to evbry form of Tyranny over the Mind of mmLw Tfiomu JdfrioB. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB: Volriiiic III BLOOMBUMG; cfotiTTMBlA COUffTY; PAi SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1839; NuhiTicr 4ff. 4 OFFICE- OF, IIB DEMOCRAT Next DOoft tJ Romson's SAbfe OfIfi'ce EEP.MS The COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published .ever'n 'Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable naij ycariy in aavancc, or. i wo. jjouars Fifty CcnW, if not paid within the year. jiviJ subscription will be. taken for & shorter period uum six,monins ; nor any atscon- 'iiilliMPfi fl1Ml4)f tllV.V nil 'nflPrtVX ri-'no are uiscnargcat 'ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a 'sijiiafe ii'ill be conspicuously inserted at une JJoiiarjor tne Jirsl tiree insertions, and Tiv'mtu-fivc centh fd,r 'every subse quent nscrtion'. icT-A liberal discount made tolhose.wh'o advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed dn business; must be post paid Whites lAvery. Tho following bea...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 March 1839

t)t tut, Pnr.siDnNT uroN the subik(5t X)f nifi Boundary Question. To the Senate of the United Slates i I lay before Congress several despatches from his Excellency the Govornorof Maine, with enclosures, communicating cerlian pro ceedings of the Legislature of that State,, and a cdpy rif the reply of the Secretary of Stale, mnile by my direction, together with a note from II. S." Fox. esq. Envoy Extra ordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of CJreat Britain, with the answer of the Scc rctay of State to the same. It will appear from those documents that a nnmerous band of lawless and desperate men, chiefly from the adjoining British Pro vinces, but without the authority or sanction tof the Provincial Government, had trespas sed upon that portion of the territory in dispute between the United Stales and Great ikila'ui which is watered by the river Aroos took, and claimed to belong to the State of Matim; and Unit they had committed exten sive depredations there by cutting and des troying...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 March 1839

be established for tlio preseni. .Dptachmcnts of British troop's continue tn.be sent from' Fredenektoi) to the scene riif invnsion. Among them acompanyof Roy al. Artillery, with a field piece for Wood stock. . , , .., The Crocodile, from Halifax', with tho pDth Regiment, wliir.h was bipectbd at St. "Johns, N. B. had liot arrived there tlio '22d'. A body of 1000 militia, wore r'cvloWcd I' . ... 1. H I.. J. Vft Aunusia on i uusuay. . . A Wirt nf llin detachment of h'c Alirmsta ii - ,1-- i tHvftion of Maine troops left there Wednes day for the scene of liio diiTieulties. Tlicy 'had been renewed the day before by the "Governor, who addrcsrVcd them hi a brief animated speech, which w,ac received by the troops with much 'enthusiasm; , Tlio men are moved by- one impulse, vhioh is a fixed dcurmitlatlotl td Uphold the rights of the State; Gen. Harvey is making drafts on the mi litia of New Brunswick, and has at present puiy duij isriiisii regulars in trie primucu. ' , Gov. Fairfield, in his ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 9 March 1839

Phdspjsc'Tis b TUB democrat! e party of Pennsylvania has jus passed through a fiery conflict, and come out toot only unscathed, but completely victoriou is another proof of the purity and stability o lieif principles. Notwithstanding their triumph they cannot for any length of time, repose in the lap if victory, for their foes are most insiduous, and 'ever watchful, aud althoUcU routed, will anain rally under some new name, 16 oppose the principles of democracy, ehmfty Id which, being tho only bond tnai can even tor a moment, hold them together. W6 must Ihcreforo remember, that tho prico ol tree' 3on is Uhccasine virilance. In spite of tho rankest corruption and of frauds innumerable, We have elected a democratic Gov- ernor, and a majority In tho hoi.se of representa tives, sulficiently large, to give us the control in joint ballot, and secure td I'cnnsylvanla a democratic it Wescntativc in tho United States Senate. Tho fraudtitcnt elcclidns, which will probably be contested: the un...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 March 1839

Mill COMIIIMA DEMOCRAT- it;.in , -. - - - " ' " v..w.j, lw every lorm OlTy ranuy ovfcr tlic Mind of Man.Thomn3 JCiTcrBOn. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB; Volunic IL . , .OFPiCS OP Til E DEMOCRAT, IjjRjcxT bdc'R to ltdi,isof;'3 Stage dfrricir. Wis "kca i -77ie COLUMBIA )M00ftjTWh be pidjlisheil cvmj Salurdmi nnrnins; at ;nrO DOLLARS per uluUnn; palable half ijcirh in advance, or Two jfollars F'f'll if not paid within the year. -Ko subscription will bc.tdkcnfor ti swfter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance pirmillcd UiU'A ail arrearages are discharged. 'AWjyiTlsP.MtixfS ioi exceeding a "square will be coilspicuoushi inserted at made M those, who clvcrtisc bu the rj LETTERS uddriss'ed o)l otuulfcMi "fti car. ita be post paid TUF SYCAMORE iioUGII; tTpon an ancient 9ycahiore A noble boiigll there grew. And fostered myriad!) of leaved That hid itself from view. When winter came with angry breath; Tlie boiigll was brown and bare; Jtionc whbrc llie summer-hearted leaved i hat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 March 1839

GOVERNORS "MESSAGE, IN 'RE LATION TO THE PERMANENT LOAN, &c. To f7:c Semite and House of Representa tives of the CommoniveuUh of Pcnnsyl Varna. pursuance 'oV tlio act of iTie general assembly of tins common' wealth passed the 20th" January last, cnti- tcd "an net authorizing a loan ' public no tice was given by the Secretary of .the commonwealth on the lih day of Fcbr'naVy last, that nrono.sals would lie received at his office until two o'clock P. M., oT Tucs day the fifth day of MarchlSGP, for loan jog o r.e million two hundred thousand dol lars to the coin'monwealin for the purposes "feet forth in said "act, reimbursable at any time after twenty years from the first day t)f July nest, and bearing an interest not exceeding five per cent per anum payable semi-annually. A co'pv of .which notice is herewith communicated I regret to say that no proposals have been received in pursuance of this invita tion, and this too at a time when it is cottcc ded that money is not scarce, and t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 March 1839

TUB COLUMBIA DBMOCilAT. "TKUTIt WITHOUT &iTind.iY, )iJincu i, lean'. A Bill has been reported in the itouso of Representatives, appropriating about six "tnillions of dollars for iiilcVnal improve 'meiUs. ThcGovernor hat nominated to thcSenato 'the Hon. Na'thaiiiel B. Eldred, fur the or ifice of President Jtidge of liie Gill Judicial District, in tho rodlh of Judge Shippen', dc "ceascd. Tho special election hi thb senatorial district composed of tin counties of Centre, Clearfield, Lycoming, Poller and McKean, 'took place on Tuesday the 5lh i list, to fill the place riccasloned by the resignation of Alexander Irwin; Wb have only receiv ed returns from Centre and Lycoming, 'which give the following: Parsons, Derri. Armstrong, Fed. 'Centre, 1192 351 Lycoming, 1610 133 !2838 489 There is no doubt of the election of Par sons. " Buckshot and Ball" are making ' terrible work in the whig ranks; Slaying their thousands. The house of representatives has appoint ed a coinmittae to investiga...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 16 March 1839

PROSPECTUS OF .THE KEYSTONE. pTWIIE dcmocratio party of Pcnnsjlvaiiia has jus J2. passed through n fiery conflict, and como cAit not only unscathed, but completely victortait i. uothcr proof of tlio purity and stability o r4 principles. Notwithstanding Micir triumph they cannot for any length of time, rcpos'o in the lap of victory, for their lot are most ipsiduous, and ever watchful, aud although routed, will again rally under sonic new name, to oppose the principles of democracy, enmity to which, being tho only land 'that can even for a iAoracnt, hold them togctlier. We must therefore remcmbcr,ihaUho prico of free dom is uriccasing vigilance. In spito of the rankest corritplhn, and of fratids Innumerable, wo. have elected a democratic Gov ernor, and a majority in tho houso of representa tives, sufficiently-large, to give us th6 control in joint ballot, and secure to Pennsylvania a democratic le prcsciftativc ih tho United States Senate. llib 'fraudulent elections, which will probab...

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