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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 March 1849

0 0 - Til I? 11V A TV1 I 1VI I? I) (please to 'call them. By unweSrled toir and 1 I 1 1 J LP.J Y ift 111 1 1 1 J A lEIl. J am aa Mafli. 'fi.Ulilo W ' AV.,ai naa4 MAMV I ess am. aw - - - auu F. COSBY, JOHN H. HEVWOOD, KUBLE BUTLER, Euitobs. I L0U1SV1LLE::::::MARCH 10. 1849. . O- Wt $tnd, occasionally, numbtr of tkt Exaanaaate ptnontvkoar wiiwucnwri.H tkt Kapt, that tjr ftrutal of it, ty ncj tn duood toiubtorib. Tho Twewiy-anh of April. Friende, remember that thia important day is raniillv annraarhlBV. For the Bake of the I canes, for the sake of tho State, it la OMentlal r 1 -rr m- . i c?...- I. I- I.I I that all parts of tho Commonwealth bo well represented at Frankfort. Let there bo no do lay. Hold yonr meeting, at once. Choose yoor delegate or make arrangements to go yooreelres. The larger tho number tho better. Wo want to hare tho voice of the people utter ed, and uttered with clear nee and decision. Wht cubaii BesteiV I A friend w riting from one of tho moot wealthy I and lBflae...

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 March 1849

., ltlM tt'UUlu UCLU iccm hwp. A" , i..... tv t-rnlmv of nrienee. iMllu""" ' ..the n'u"' T - - f.. I" i It it C'UIO - " ei Iialinw,d of all. a race erf i,:. " iniLier in stature, firmer in I)-"11" The minikm npcciiuena of the easl on dwindling and Upeiing . I fluid. would Teasceuu to mail ' ..11 BUM .- . ;!BM" ....k.wi Just in proportion as uie . bow po ,o -V. w I l..l.l 11 " . . . !" . . " 1 I l 1- disease, insanity, and untimely fn'in among men. uonsumption :'. 1 . i. t would oe conMuuuuon in 9 i imii- LU C'' r wonder tlat the Common School (,:u CourifcU wheu such an intel kft 'jJLui iiastae. are consecrated to rtH V 'J1 i w tlie European theory, men are fltr, some to toil and earn, andenjov. According xo ine a;- ... .!... aU are io nave an equal ti.eorv.all are to have en'-' : fi,.r they earn. The latter tends iJ condition; the former to the g roest u ,-' i-ritj t.y any Christian t tand.nl rf;T. . ftn ,ny on hesitate, for a ...1 '.h ..f Ikia tr ..-ill r. i B,Ef:l"J.M ft amount of...

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 March 1849

LITERARY EXAMINER. A rilag at ihm ataHaatan-er. r t. WMTWOOD. Surnmer'a face u set around With a rosy wreath, Rosetmta on her damask cheek, Rose acenta in bei breath. Surnmer'a smiles are very fair. And her deep aCift eyes declare Honeyed mean: rigs, while her voice Saith for aye, "Rejoice, rejoice!" And I bend my kneea before her, Singing diutea in her honor. Heaping all my praie upon her: Till ah! yes I must avow, When the hour eomes she doth bow At the sound of Tune' a death-ijiell, I can aay. Farewell farewell! With amall weeping in my eyett, And amall sense of sacrifice. I can see bef waning slowly, See her pass and vanuh wholly, Sighing not while Autumn weaves Grave-robes of her withered leaves; Kay, iultinf when, anon. To possess her vacant throne, While the heaven grows black, and madly Toss the bare boughs to and fro, Winter cometh, shouting hoarsely, o'er the hill top through the snow! He ia come he greets us there He and I will walk together: I, beside my hearth-hree glar...

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 March 1849

as 7W i. IB 1 m ! V 9 1 M a -w - . ' ' i A i ... i .- . . t " t T i " r - a- "s-a "prove all things; hold fast that which is good. m AY M V V X A ' Ll V Jl-LJLV JLL -LL.JL- N 1 I VI 1 r .11 n ' ". .. . - i . . . . .... . .... . VOLUME II. eBrTHE EXAMINER; tethe PoMOfl.ee. TEHTIft nflLLAlS fEE AXSVH.l ADVANCE, T X COMES FOR TEN DOLLARS. pAUL SEYMOUR. From Ui LouitTUl Democrat. Tbr fcataacln." Mavraaeat. Gestlimes: At the begining of this amission you said: "We do not adu.it the necessity of this movement for eaiana- nation' Bnd e not bUee ny pl"" can be devised at present practicable possible in this Commonwealth. We t defend both these positions v. hen we ,ee occasion lor it. By the latter proposition. 1 suppose you mean that no plan is capable of being car ried into effect in our present circumstances, by reason of the inherent difficulties of the subject, and the insurmountable obstacles vhich the public will throws up. As to the fiiat of these points, 1 think a plan ha been exhib...

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 March 1849

THE EXAMINER. F. COSBY, JOHN H. HETWOOD. NOBLE BUTLEB, KuiTOBS. L0U1SVILLE::::::MARCH 17, 1819. Cf We nd, aeemsionally, m number of the Exaxtmss U persons whs art not subscribers, in the hope, that by perusal of it, they may b in ducsd Utubssribs. A meeting of the friends of Emancipation will be held at the Court House, Thursday Eve sung next, at 7)j o'clock. Cor choosing delegates to attend the Contention at Frankfort. It is hoped that the meeting will be large. Able ad dresses nay be expected. 17 A communication from "Stranger," re ceived. CferreapMilM Kxecailv f3elMe. At a meeting of the friends of emancipation, beld la LealsTllle, Fsbruary 32, 1849. W. W. Worslsy having been callsd to the chair, and Reaben Dswsda appointed seeretarj, the fol lowing gentlemen were named as a Correspond ing and Eiocutiv Committee, with power to enlarge their anaab and fill vacanclee:' W. W. Wersley, Wn. Richardson, Wn. E. Glovar, - Reaben Dawson, -David L. Deatty. Patrick Maxcy, - : Bland Ballard....

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 March 1849

t tnu faumal. Fr9i is . IIM,uce require that th tl C."J.,J, with ms recent pnblicslion c "( emancipation ,K,B' l A a a port of the chone 01 n o. . miaMU This refusal was from no H i. orm.iio. M to tha trestaddit onai V.t '' hicb sehero would bo receive" , f' , h.lcolosisstfoai connected with It, .u!' u . 1. . ik Intrinsic irrmor f ColonisStlOS If it COUld bt rtJt front s settled conviction that colo irnpcticahle, nd bollevlne, it not i-1",1,'!,h,, hont to seem to advocote y Tien I did not believe to bo practice '"V,V.Telopniout of opinion! on the part Jut emancipator from oil quarter, in . "practicability of colonisation, caa r,re( '"' m11 donbt tho soundness of i. t' ,-i.r iw. Thoorta .till nncon- Tli mv onhelief is based upon tho - vet, ss 1 111 k- " .' thiUtZTO themselves wiu - --"leWveJ to A trie, and. if .0, their Sfor. ot prarticsble, I cheer. "" rie that clause requiring their to M ' . do no harm h e1 0,,J'C.1 ,n 0 re.no .1 of the neCro mc. from kon lE th contrary, it cannot ...

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 March 1849

LITERARY EXAMINER. lak Grailr. Speak rently ! It U better far To rale by love than fear Speak rentty Jet no harah worda mar The food we might do bare! Speak rently! Lore doth whivper low I be love that true hearta bind; And really friendnhip'a aacenta flow; AflecUon'e voice ia kind. Speak really to the little child! Jta lore be aare to rain ; Teach it is accents soft end mild; II may not long remain. Speak rently to the young, for they Will hare enough to bear Faae through lifeaa beat they may, 'Tia full of aailon care! Speak rently to the aged one. Grieve not the care-worn heart; The Bands of life are nearly run, Let each in peace depart! Speak gently, kindly, to the poor; Let no harah tone be heard; They have enough they muat endure, W ithoat an nnkiud word! Speak rently to the erring know, They may have tolled in vain; Perchance nnkindneaemade them eo; Ob, win them back again! Speak gently! He who gave hia life To bend man's atubborn will. When element were firce with etrife, Sai...

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 March 1849

tnnvv ATT Tllivrg mv n r I on niiiiii tnnvn . . . n ft PROVE ALL things; HOLD FAST THAT WHICH IS GOOD. VOLUME II. ""TUB EXAMINER; -M..h.i V..r U m..t duerbulear lethe P.iOe. TKUni. !-. fEI AKM'Bl.lW ADVANCE, T SIX lOflKS FOK TEM DOLLARS. PAUL' SEYMOUR. From tb I'rit Citiva. Ta k FrwMM ed" niealucky. rni ,v CiTiztfcs: The individual v.h ..4tre.s vou. i an old farmer, a citi po native of Kentucky, aiid feeling zcn an , iap iuterest in the peace and happiness r i K ,wteriiv. and iu the welfare and r i,;. no&teritr. an Imo.ovemenl of his native State h ukes l!ie liberty ihus publicly lo cal- your attention ta the importance 01 the pre -..if ,-riaia! '"" ' " The freeman of Kentucky, have, at two .....i. elections, oidered the call of a Convention; which will meet at Frankfort, on llie first of October next, to revise and amend our State LOnstitulion. 1 pre. nine, it is known to you all, that in the Waution of a constitution or form of gov. ernmeut for a State, every voter has the rtr...

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 March 1849

T 11 U EXAMINER. F. COSBY. JOHN H. HKYWOOD, KUBLE BUTLEB, J&BITOBfc. LOUiSVILLE:::::;MARCII 21. 1S49. r tJ" Wt unl, KcaaUnally, a nvnher ef IA ExAkuaut MfNu vlsar Ml suAscriksra, ta tkt loft, tlat fjr prtl it, Uy may It in dCd tttubmtrib. At eaoetmf of the friends af emancipation. held 1a Louisville, February 23,1849. W. r,V. Worstey having beea called to the chair, and 'Reuben Dawsoa appointed secretary, tha fol lowing fatltnea war named a a Corresfiond lag aad LxeeuUve Committee, with power te nlarge their imkr aad 11 vacaaeles: W. W. Worsley, Wm. Richardson. Wm. E. Glover, ' Reuben Dawsoa, David L. Bealty, '. Patrick Maxcy, ' Bland Ballard, W. P. Boone, At a meeting of thaCommUtoo, Kebrsnry 23, LawU Raffaer aad Jaiuea Spaed were addad to -'tha tinWr. Win. Richsrdsea ' waa ehooea Troessrer, aad Blaad Ballard Corraspondlag Secretary. W. W. WORSLEY, Ch's i R. Dawson, Secretary, t i . '"' r .v. .. -. . rrm ma loregoing notice 11 will be sees . that a standing committee baa beea a...

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 March 1849

, ,, i!-' T! i rs3r r.irc was large, rrb 'hinf.iVianl character. Dr. W. 1. M clleJ to theclutir, and Ruben LwttPPu!clwc,cUry-" ' ff T dei.faies w rpoinled to attend the lug at Frankfort, whose name we were toobtiio m eecton fortJ.it week paper. 1 "tu n u tbc dciojrttes chosen, an invita Jjst.ve taH citizens f Louisviil, wLo " urrtfd iu the cam?, to attend the ton oa the 25Lh of A prd Beat m:B Gw nlfcuey, Esq., ou the earnest call j ittii stand, and delivered an .Jw, msAed by depth of thought ami earnest i suit anJ which in its ci in part rose ueuce. r,Hie Meeting I" Weedf-el. -.' u f :l h',)!,"el made "P0"- 'he cili- '..f it:. vhub i 11,1.1.1 Upn for Africa. We rv.? our roi rs, a few wetk since, nu li.lete.ling L-ttrr from the Rev. Mr. Thorn, au- wvuui-iug mat many benevolent masters in I were illiug to emancipate their val uable slaves f ratuitously, whtue'er provision for their settlement in Liberia cot.ld be obtain- 1. .. We are jrd lo learn that the Colonisation c,.wiy i steadil...

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 March 1849

n From Clumbers Jovrntl Aa ImMmi iba frkraarr, 1S4S. The newspsperj have sufficiently inform ed us of tlia public evenu which occurred during the last w-k of February, but many sad tale connected with these days of torruf remains uuknown, save to the few who acted in them. On one of these occa sion,, when the noise of firing and drum beL-tg sounded at a sufficient distance to lead me to suppose actual dancer was equally far off, I set out to see a friend who lived about three quarters of a mile furthe from Paris than the street I then resided in It was a fine fresh spring day; the lower branches of the lilac-trees began to burst their leafy buds; the snowdrop, crocus, hepatica, and ray yellow daffodil enlivened the gardens, and the wall-flower filled the air with fragrance. After the sleepless night, and anxious days I bad lately passed I was more than commonly susceptible to these sweet perfumes and sights, which seemed to speak of peace and quiet so strongly, that they almost indu...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 31 March 1849

""" - JV.,,, J-L 1 1 . j, 1;; i I I - A -A V A V 1 U, J 1 1. . r rl rn . - ,, 1 tv. "PBOVE ALI TniNGSJ HOLD! FAST THAT WniCII IS GOOD." ' - . - .LI LOUISVILLE, KY.: SATURDAY MARCH 31, 1849. TUB- EXAMINER; ... .jffr.aM..asiii.... lata reetOmc. .re AWKrM.IN APVAKCE. Jx coHFS FOK TEX D0LL1KS p i! L SEYMOUR. tlBBBB. . . . - k , ,u.inrletier from th. rariaeorres- .1 of the York Tr" iU . ret- S h0 de,iro " . .... oamom .f orkioe m. rer ooa Of bJCt ,nl U BP k.. .hoMr fiUiiw u., n mat oa ian of ' r . j fiftr of the eaUbliob T" re " ... ..mb.n of workmeu con- wllB ....... - t.ii r " ' " u. No. Rm Fonboar 1 ' . uJ,. hw I HJ mu.br.; Ib.t of tbo Cook um "'":, . ,r. lh 50: the SmI- prowtoij - . 'T' . rue iuw. Aocitioa boo named, ta mho adopt ionta Diane .. 1. 1 i.f biitm ior iauorara . ..l.i lnhna of tba a M lH7 VIC aw. " iMikMCMiioa Saiilm, which h i .n; mas ia Daid 6V i..e pirco. 1 milll " K all UUor ahould b. paid mlik without "V I ?Tv M tie tront ahould ll.aa help lfrS t!5 Ihoir labors that ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 31 March 1849

Til E EXAMINER. r. COSBY, JOHN H. HEYWOOD, NOBLE BUTLER, EulTOBB. L0U1SVILLE::::::MARCH 31. 1849. tr Wt ttnd, occasionally, numUr of lt v..w.... - ..uvlKrt not tubecriiert,in tkt knot. Oat If ftnual oj it, tkty - ductd to tuboenot. . TB trtssds sf Kwssrlpano sad ColaataatMa propoiw to noU t sabac laeetinf la ths tewu at Browasboroai, OUbaaa conaty. Mr- on BaTCBDaT. the Mta y of April east lor tat parpoM of ttkiaj into conaideraUtia the way ana meutf belt calculate to promote that object MART VOTEBS. Tbo friends of esasacipstio. la Jenereoa cosnty 01 Mat at JEFf EltSOTTOW H. oa CATV BDAY.ta. 31 last., la appoint It leftist to tbs April Convention at Prank lort. Teer wiU W eeeekiaf . FiUbJi and opponents ar artte. seUssnj BtMowtlre At ft meeUag of the frieada of emaacipaUoa, bald in Leuisvlils, February 23, 1849, W. W Werslsy havlag bee. called U tba chair, a ad Koubea Daweo. appoiatad aac rotary, tha fid towing geallemea wara earned as a Correspond ing aad Executive Committee, with p...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 31 March 1849

a. AJWi ,- 4k ,7. if Viewinr. the eabieet U1"" .,, .i-Win.- lli mora! - .. mill, com.. " rV d blighting i-fl"CM, n be bo loju.tiee voting f' i lo it Ke-,ocky' co'liB if 1. .li .1 . . .irrtunawi ... aa tne -"-i - j ... u thatts eroeacipaie eat ... .umhtr of elavee at OBCe, larffE B " iL.kHi Intareeta of tha ' rrUfliieWW" B"- e" Hh in iDITcr to this b- ...I lal HIM " " . the nnfair meaner in ...al I.O awww. resented- N PU th" W LTe Pa tbatevea oi-h!f lbs slavee ,atrr " , -, ark V W , , ba foand bar wliea tha lBl WI eUua m t J . . - afiVt. I Ode, suppoee erioa arrivee ia wnicn Iha p their freedom, there a ill be so ... uanUtioi i PtrocBiw will -jat ..necessary. lioa to euiaacipeuoa la urn . ..kr obiet 4 f ,ontitmionaI reform were trick m . ..foracoBveBtioB. by pledges that ..ia .onH ,OT " , .. , i 4n. the relauoa til iuaii uu taecu . , .a U uk'" i- convention K.--I.0H shows a degree of hardihood ,J g, b, thst of tha Solons lately as '"""al Frankfort, ahea ,h'y affi,n,a M f'"" in JaBC b...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 31 March 1849

LITERARY' EXAMINER. Tha law mi I'Mir Veare. IT BUS ABB BAkTON. They err who deem Love's brightest hour Ia blooming youth to known: IU psreet, teaderest, holiest pow er, f , la after life to shown. Whea paMioas,chBBteBed and subdued, Te riper year are rtvsn, -And earth, and earthly things are viewed la light that breaka from Heaven. It to wet la the flask) ef yoeth, Of daya efeloadleei mirth, We feel the tenderness and truth. Of Love's devoted worth: . Life thea to like a trasqail rtreara .. . Which flows la eanshine bright, A ad object mirrored la it oeom . .. Te share its aperkliag light.. 'Tie wheti the howling wiado arise, Aad Itfti la like the ocean. Whose mountain billows bravo ths skies, Lashed by the atorm's commotion; Whea liglitaing cleaves the marky cloud And thunderbolts astound ns, 'Tis then wo feel oar spirits bowed. By loneliness around us. Oh, then, as to the aeamea's eight - The boaeoa'o twlakllng ray Surpasses far the lustre bright Of summer's cloudless day ; E'ea e...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 7 April 1849

TTTA ATT" .. k-4( ! ' 4 - . v. VI i t- ...I-- ; - I "prove all Tnrwcs; hold fast that wincn-ia-good. .V'i 1 7l-JJLLoi '.. ' t . i i ' , v I - i i . . . , ; ' ( t ' aw " ; . ' ' : . - . -'- ....... . , . v . . . . if I 0LU3IE II. V THE EXAMINER; WssHf." Jeffae BI..MH deeiaaioae Mill TEKJII. I ... r AKNm.IW ADVANCE LlXt OKIES FOR TKS DOLLARS. . PAITL SEVMOUR, ' THAT IT l STAINED T 1L1 1 " -1 - - &i AAlmt (V SAMIEL M. JASVET. Xbe exigence of layery generally re- peited by recycling imm, anu uio rcjuii Li;.. loi 11 COlluUUuvc wtu'w In .lareLoUTs; Ue object lh . i ; in diamine liiis aue6Uon in iU ...l .-.wcL in oxdcf to mow that con slsreholJers are contributing to fasten this .vsh-iii on ou; country, and must btre the k...A.n of ip -mobility. I proiKjM! to ton . J ilw- w'1 unJej 1116 following propo- " "l." Tue IKvine Author of life, being per-r- u- atiJ eo!, created man foi the (wp' of iat,"al anJ P"H1 enjoy- "la onW to fulfil this purpof,.the in-uUe'-wa! aiJ moial qualiiiea muat b...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 7 April 1849

THE EXAMINER. F. COSBY, JOHN H. HF.YWOOD NOBLE BUTLER, Editoh. LOUISVILLE:: : APRIL 7. 1849. tar VT mtiul. occasionally, a number aj the ...... . uriMi Kid art not eulacriberi, in the Kop4, that 1, a perusal of it, they nwy be in duced te tubenbe. i. M. MeK's totter ! rclved.' Thanksl The friend ofKoitncipiUoa aad CotoniiatioM propose to Hold a mi Mil- mlnil in te Wwa ot Brosrtonuss. Otdhaa coast), kf-. m 6ATCRDAY, Us 14th day A mru wft. (or Um surnoes of Ukinf into conmdrr.tiofi tb wars sad MANY VOIEKS. twm oaallag assat awxeaU v . Caaails. At meeting of too friends of emancipation. hold in Lenlsville. Fsbrutrv 22. 1649. W. W. Weraley having beea called to tho chair, and Reabea Dawsoa appointed secretary, tho fol lowing gsaUemeB war named a Corrpoud- laf and Executive CommitUe, with power to I ealarg their namber and CU vacancies: W. W. Worsley, Wo, Richard eon, Wn. E. Glover, - Rba Daweon, David L. Beatty, Patrick Maxey, Blaad Ballard, W. P. Boone, Thorn. McGrala. ' At a meeting o...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 7 April 1849

, . sphere, tliey fall short coneiderably'of Laedred inosaauu. a wj r-"- . . ....Liainlliril I U&JCaia. -' PWimii W .w-1 ... d entire populatioa ef Kentucky does tiKJ.WO, l wHiCB vu,wu are Higw judl U U slave. SJOOBg ..id th fre Befr, that ere ewsnnlBg ia .arttoftheStsl .1 . half' IDi WBIMi liuat IB 'l 1U bate a I -while, sad '" lurB,i') tl4 frn' tmU . I fa ika HM Iab L-from ,J-1U th Ibcm ' 4,1 Ml la rsO.561, lacking the niml trifl UKf ihemselve; ' ! t"t is, et . . .i... ru .l-allilfeSe lrT BWgrsxs ll-unuw-KU .-rt liouWing Uieensslve by nor then 25,. I ia u. frora WIOtoI . xill increased faster thai all tli fre ten years, da- 'ie, ,bBt 1 la It a at not "" 1M0 ,hat the w" ttk checked. The cental of thai ihst tine I"30 th free had tamed the iBiiiuedee trivial , ura i auffictently ejplained by the epread -eagtli peol of Kentucky dnrinf tboee eflhfpirit of inancipatioB, under the mbc of rhich many lavs were set free. $t m1 Lhen ren,,'BWO l" ts wsr forlh eouated ainonf to wnite bb oe...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 7 April 1849

LITERARY EXAMINER. From tt Tribu. T ! V, 'Draamsl Dmam! A'irfr. Tbougb thou ait beautiful, To me. fond Hope, .r.oti art fearful Fioui thy bwwt whisperinfre I prayitiee ceane, Not bring unweaJcome tumult to my breast With toogmCT dP. that are adverte to peace And Quid reaL Come not upoa my Dream With thy fond words, aweet Siren, I implore: The wine of Promiae, drunk iacredulou sleep, A leaping current through icy veins loth pour, And bring me images I dare not keep; . I'll dream no more. ... i . ' . t .,Y The old banker was a eta of the mil- age end wealth were calculated upon to a ed W'' "..uC'VLT lei'e, through whe I instrumentality h ted nicety, and a thumping legacy iookea.ior- y,aive Dy on,u.. -- -----. j i : iu ' . .J.i r .nm triflin at- in? of the notions of this tubular cuarac. lie allowed himself to bo pumped by tention. Distant 'relatione began to hover .-r, for whom Co.ton had a great deference. Mawby, with th., connivance i the miller, round him and make tender inquiries-...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 14 April 1849

1 .1. ' i. 'I - ".I i . 4 A - ' ' ' 1 4 i .u A ki 1 i I .111 I X . I I I "II X I - ' I 4 XI I . I 1 I VOLUME II. ;,- scaUu. . , , , , , . . . , , " . L ' Ml " PROVE ALX. TIIINCS; 'U0L . FXStI THAT WHICH . IS GOOD.. J , " " LOUISVILLE, KY;: SXrURDAY j APRIL 14, 1841). WHOLE NU3IBER 96. TIIK EXAMINER; ,UUHUl "Pleoto it-and slavery beingjm jiwgineiit; woiiMitii f.oirepci me per- slavery is at war with the reat mfida. J bindery we cannot reasonably exrct him of increase lessening In the .lave State, ' . ' . : ! 7 . . ' ,r:'-; "... AVi: .T ; "'''Se , "nere w omefmse.,, ino lre,jtatea build wid iwelling to the tree States, is. ataccr. y corner 10 me wntten law 01 Hod. 1 i re iiugui) , put m iynieoupeM snai ioou wre .nan a man leave but fatf.tr tml hi ships . and steam cars for the world the tain steee. a well established law of Mn,L huw lo uiSungulsned men entertain a jue u y ignoor. v.u. a . i.-- momer, ana snail cleave tnto his wift! slave Slates import the most common and lation. Its w...

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