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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 14 April 1849

THE EXAMINER. Eoitoii. We publish the following article article frei eeueert of eacrtd moaio la LoulevUle aboal the the "Harrodaburg (Ky.) Ploughboy,? u U Let bf May. We need not apeak of the plena horn that torn progtees ha been mad within J ur wltto may be expected from tbia entrr- the laat two or three raoulhs: tainuenL ' that m shall beam mora of tie paucity of EtiA"cirATiw and AoUTioiin.--Sloce the , y" t.rox 5 cltM or V?1" ,nu,H:"D, their numbers daring tha i.reseiit contest. I oublieation of Mr CI..'. latter ia favor of lll ooa sing In public aoma beautiful cliorua- Aa a raaaral rata. tlieemanclnaUonlate ar lemaucWioa.'lhe 'frienda if that measure seem "They will also glvs to the people of Lou- O" Wt ed, ccaatoaattjr, umr tA eminently rpctabla men, who ara actuated by to bo much encouraged wonderfully built up levllle the opportunity of hearing aome of tha F. COSBY. JOHN H. HEYWOOD, NOBLE BUTLER, tba few, while tka ie. ara aati ta be firmly I paraueded that aa charge eaa ba m...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 14 April 1849

Puf the EkMriM r, It tare Nlfc f-""7 ., ..." ii. i.t inhereoUv- Whenever ClJeiliai.j - tj,a c" . , i .1 : il.. .r - ..!IV CM " ' J hs.nsnity M ""' " f"hrr be .hit, bl.ck er red-it 1.. 'Tem-Bio" a be.-. God and nature denied I .-.4 ilaelf br th. ut Tb Inl- j Mfrapt" W1' ... , ih eerie, however protracted if i ! Lari."B j.wtw if tJS. 9VMmVmwM iif 4 Hi m r mm vlAlanrv." eerh . m no . - - ' i-i.tioa t the wroBg, aad every " dffead -c,of n,or'1 obliloi,y' t(l, .till further corruption of no-tr-11.' Slavery involve direcJy the , nreceptof the Divine Ii. jrml reltioo,errupuag the very l'' . i. And von are eutreated to ... not. .f mora; f"1' . im in noslerttr. Yvm vil j ag rrir-i-v i la " ,r'r f.wsV fa 7r faithfit 'T A mixed popltio, with various j.'cneof pt difLculty lo a minister ,,tt: , Job. -hole duty. And nowhere is rreeter than in the mid.t of itrf io" mneJ congregation, would excite goation of lb at "raZifafra- e support atch over ,fn'f!T- . BnUe4 ii harmonious a .A nirn i ,urtU!mthe...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 14 April 1849

tea LITERARY -EXAMINER. Ttom (U VoaAom IHmpatc, Oa- Bye." Ferewell! farewelll la ilea heard From the lipiof those whe part Ties wliisparad toaa 'lis word Bat It Bp-lop ot frora the heart. It may serve for the lover ciosiDr Jay. Te be mdj; 'neath a aommer's sky; Bet tire to me the Up the T ... The boneet words "Good Bye!" . Adiea! adieu! may jreettke ear, la. the false ef eaertsy speech; Bat whea we leave the kind a ad dear, 'Tie aot what the heart woe Id teach. Wh-a'er we grasp the hand ef ihoee . We would have forever alga. The flame of friendship bursts and t Iowa la the warm, fraak word "Good Dye!" The mother sending forth her child To meet with cares and strife, Breathes thro her teen, herdoabta and feare ' r of the lov'd one future life; No eold -adieu,' as 'farewell Uvea Witbia her choking sigh; Bat the dee pet sob of anguish gives God bleee Ibee, boy, 'Good Bye!' s . . Go watch the pale aad dylef oae, Whea the laace aes loet its bno Whea the world ia eoU M lb marble atone, An...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 21 April 1849

1 in, J ; 1 ' - - - 1 5 : j . : ft H . . . . . .( . "PBOVE AM. TIHKCSi riOU) PAST THAT. WHICH IS OOOD." :S:VV;3 V: S Vl iir V? Y7": ' D ' : . . uvai v i pa v. - - olujie ii. LOUISVILIiE KY.: SATURDAY! APRIL 21, 1849. TUB EXAMINER; Ur,kly,oa J.nVrsoa KL. next door but on. TEB.HK IN ADVANCE, ..,n IE IT.B AKMJM 1" "7 " -.ea irilR TK5 DOLLARS (VI sis P A II L. SEYMOUR. concerned that the slaveholder end non- slaveholders should at once ram IV an nn. dert tandin? upon the Question of Ridifa a : i -j ? w . ----- c i. voi ruin emancipation. me industrial, non-i e hold the followins t- I hat, as labor, usinir the term in iU widest sense, is the foundation ofa l i Yg'oalO illlhtStal is per-1 o net differently from too. fectiy free: thrtsi 5siiitM i.k r.,.:k .l. nr. r i . 7 V , "",v" '"'"f" MJ" . ieei slavery to be an Insurraountahl P7lTh ' weKcumotouonor oblrtacle to our progress. U holding m . Wd present the greatest increaw back from a glorious career if mn?t population, butth a tnU ;. . L...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 21 April 1849

..dk. THE EXAMINER. F. COSBY. JOHN H. HEYWOOD, NOBLE BUTLER, Editobi. L0U1SVILLE::::::::APRIL 21. 1819. IC3T W td, cccaaionally , m number tkt Eiahivei to PtT$&nvh$MTt not $ubtcriitrt ,tn tkt kept, tkat If m pentml it, tkey may bt in duced to tubtcrile. Carre pawalag asMI ffxeewilv Cweueatli. At a meeting of the friend of emaaclpatian, held to Louisville. February 5. 1849. V. W. Worsley having been called to tberhair, and Reus a Dewsoa appointed secretary, the fol lowing geotlemen wsr named a a Correspond ing aad Executive Committee, with power to enlarge their a amber and fill vaceacie: W. W. Woraley, Wm. Richardson, Wm. E. Glover, Reuben Dawson, David L. Beatty, ' Patrick Maxcy, Bland Ballard. W. P. Boone, Tbomaa McGraln. At a meeting of the Committee, February 9, LewU Refiner and Jamee Speed were added to the nnmber. Wm. Richardson was choson Treasurer, and Bland Ballard Corresponding Secretary. W. W. WORSLEY, Ch'n. R. Dawson, Secretary. rroiH in foregoing notice it will be 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. — 21 April 1849

I! ..-If. . I, .-i- we-...' ""SB !,. ! T ea tho Uaia of Charth Kr. pabiiahed Uil nit., ia a m-ut vol me n w-u iiur-, bbu k . .u. aaBreeedeateaf demand for the or ' .1.. Jav of iu publiceloo. aad - . ' j .... 4,tlOB 1H Uw uay taw-ru truui mi .. ik. whole edition was sold ia a fear u:a - . . ... h' ,Libtu noltiinr of the pre- i jr ' - couducteJ by religious nit-u advocate tfi aepe ration and foariesaly tipM Uiei evil resulliue' from tka connection of lb cSareh with the State. I Inul thai maav cW-revmea of the llaiaUiylinieat will imitate ilia nubia extunpl of the lioa. and Rev Baptist W. Noel. All events call apoa Christians to exercise faith aud prayer, aud la expect a brighter priid for the church of ChriL HVvimaa djr RtSettor. r th ctiaBfe which has takes place ia ' .fiber iufftnat, or the motives which ' . v mitoced hi U recede from the M' t "iwTut. Bailor a few oecsaional e , m..i.t iaiarine the volume The following well written letter waa ernt ta by a Presbyterian clergy uian 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. — 21 April 1849

Li L 1 i MTEUARY EXAMINER mmma 1 ike IVsrrt la IlMr-Cila". "IT MKNtr W. LOMOFCLLOW. A bandel of red Mad, from the hot dim Of Arab desert brought, ' Within ihit glass bMwnet the spy of Time, The minister of Thought. flow many woary eeatarlee haa it been Abaat theae desert blowa! How many strings v icissitadee haa seen, How many hiatoriee known! Porhapa lha cam elf of the Ishmaelite Trampled aod pagd it o'er, Whoa iato Egypt, from tho patriarch's light Ilia favorite aoa tboy bore. Porhapa tho feet of Meeee, burnt and bare, Craahod it benaatb their tread; Or Pharaoh'i flashing wbeola iato tho air Scattered it aetbeyaped; Or Mary, with tho Chriet of Nmaroth Hold cioao la her caress, Whooo pilgrimage of hope and lore and faith Illamedlhe wilderness; . . . . . - , ' Or anchoriteo beneath Eagaddi'a palms Paring the Red Sea beach. And ainging alow their old Armenian peal ma, i nail-articulate speech; Or caravans, that from Baseora'a gate With wool ward etepe depart; Or Mecca 'a piiprime, co...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 28 April 1849

- tmf-0i T7' "XT A T T TTTT TTY ' j 1 " ' I X A i Jl t i jjjj iL ' 1 r 1 s 1 4 "prove all things; hold fast that wnicn is good." ' ' ' -J '1 olume ii. THE EXAMINER; ,,tJ Weekly. Jrfftraon St., next door but rme u the run unite. .noil AXM'M.IW AOVAKCK. .li'i-OPIM FOR TFS DOLLARS. PAUL. SEYMOUR, tallest af the "- i...rlrt artel--. la. . ... P ef tie rittd State . nmfvraijc Free Soil Association f the District of Columbia deem it a duty n .eal w tlie constituents of Congres., cnSnc redrew for grievances can- be ob . fiom that body which is appointed u the constitution to legislate for this com. .,-, Concre, while it holds the des. . Br t).e people of this district in lis toil, can be reached only through its Pons.bilit)' to the people of the Union, f it fail to pet form its duty here. This is li-her refponsibility than could be in. iJj bv us. even if fully represented its a fa' Senate and the House of Repre ..,.. We therefore confidently ad- oursekes to the primary nource of ,,-er. 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. — 28 April 1849

THE EXAMINER. F. COSBY. JOHN H. HF.TW'OOD, NOBLE BUTLEB, Lone I. LOUlSVILLE::::::;:APRIL 28. 1849 Or W tend, occasionally, a number ef th ExaMinta's ixrMKiKilr noltuUcrihfre.i tkt hope, Oat by m perutal cf it, they may b in. faced t fiwcri. mMmm mm IimiiIn sMswllte. At meeliog of the friends of emancipation, held im Louisville, February 22, 1849, W. W. Worsley having been called to the chair, a ad Reuben Dawsoa appointed secretary, the fol lowing gentlemen were named as n Correspond lag and Executive Committee, with power to enlarge their n amber and 11 vacancies: : W. W. Worsley, ' Wa Richardson, Wm. E. Glover, ' Reuben Dawson, David L. Beatty, Patrick Maxcy, Bland Ballard, . W. P. Boone, Thomas McGrnin. At a mooting of the Committee, 1-ebraary 28, Lewis Raffner and Janes Speed were added to the n amber. Wm. Richardson was chosen Treasurer, and Bland Ballard Corresponding Secretary. W. W. WORSLEY, Ch'n R. Dawson, Secretary. From the foregoing notice it will be sees that a standing ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 28 April 1849

a riosea.T mm4 BLavery . .lft e met with mora just and di- ..tu-le ihsa tbe lullowinc. from U.e if- . ' editor of Ui. ISauwdl Era. t 111 " - r ..i. . oraineun ii to the altentioQ of ui ,0unt ivvtW or I' Arrlvta! f the Karepaa. TWO WEEKS UkTKB FROM KI UOPK. hostob, April Ql , 11. -1 . . urn WKluer r.l.rnrk. I nl I .... wj). t .. . W.7ikf !4tr "' fnm P,ru Ewope, trrired IMUU, hH-psl 1U, A. M., yeeterday. Tit ' Aaatrla The War la Huaci.ry. Of (he Hungarian war very little au Jientic In for matiot uikuown.exceptihdiiuages fietcely. Item hddgdiiird mi Advantage over a body of Rim. aiana, but bouii found Itinwelf overwhelmed with tbrir numbers, and the Emperor will gladly aeiae upon iiny pretext lo interfere farther. We aball lil or wrong, which the Bi- llZPJifl 11 ai,d 'honh he rod. were t U surprised to hear that th. hmperor of M.n.n.tmin D.w.t I 57 hMTTt Uiey made a splendid rcn lo Russii, upon the eoliciution ot th Auslriana, iff!1" "'W t,uti I5 - hours and five mui- "f "'8 down a lar...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 28 April 1849

riJ LITERARY- EXAMINER FroM the W. V. Eventa P.' Ta Trae a. it am L LOCKS. Poet of the heart, Delving in iU mine, ! From mankind apart. Yet whew jereta shine; Heaving upward to the light, - Piecioua wealth that charms the Bight; Tod thou atill, dep dowu, ' ' tot earth'a hidden gems, Tbey ahall deck a crown, Blaze in diadems; And when thy hand shall fall to rest, , lirighUy Jewel beauty's breast Wipe the heary sweat From thy Up and trow Where those gems are set. Proudly know cut thou; While thou art breathing noxious air, They are sparkling everywhere. Sparkling at the feast Decking holiest things, Breastplate of high print, Tiara of kings! Who ahall deem thee Door and low. While thou earth'a diamond bed canst abowf Who ahall turn in soom. Though thy food be mean? 'Neath thy garments worn Angel gifts are seen! Sit'et thou down to pine and woep, Where these mined gems do sleep! Dig in darkness damp. Where the vein doth run; , Let the cavern cramp, Feeling not the sun; . As thy Heeding...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 5 May 1849

F 4 A tt FHOTE ALU THINGS J HOLD PAST THAT wnicn is good. VOLUME II. THE EXAMINE!!; o.Ki.j.fj Weekly, oa Jrferxon St., next door but one la Uie PoatOfliie. TWO II.LAB9 fEI AKKt'af.IN ADVANCE, SIX I'OPIW f OK UULLAKS. PAUL SEYMOUR, LOUISVILLE TOiSATURDAY; MAY. M: i acterised this lov Purely it could terra of live months had clothed the allies. Earlier 7 iiu uerper causes una not enougn. in the ilanish and rrencEi make from '5 to 25 dollars per day washing A iil. r "ow,P,,P!r w penoaicai been .denUy undermining it. prosperity; islands, tfius far.no compensation has been gold in pans. Iexpecttc ship foT facS hii! W .fein0,o2 and ,eavin5 in VQrJ, ilavery, after a trial of two ceo. provide but England paid her colonies county MoheroVe 2 Vaoend D"?IIed arrearages are paid, tunes more or less, was consummating it. ini. nnn nnn TU . km - kl J J ."l5" 10 "P?nd he pnma ficie 'evdence 'of intentional riAco. truer trm Jamaica. irrtcrs or EMAJiCIPATlOa UTD1ES. IN THE VEST Wilson said in the late...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 5 May 1849

i i kl"i',.l.L' the examiner; F. COSBY, JOHN H. HEYTTOOD, KU-LE BlILEE, LOUISVILLE:::::::::: Enrroat. ;:MAY 5. 1819. Bf IT vd, occarionally , a number of tit Pr.mKTin nenon who art not wbtcribert.it th hop, that by m ferwl cf it, thty may be ia- 4 need U txMcnoe. Cewrrwl Enecailv Caananltiet Ka iwrl pattest. W. XT. Worsley, Win. E. Glover, David L. Eeatty, Bland Ballard, Thomas McGrain, Wm. Richardson, Reuben Dawson , Patrick Maxcy, W. P. Boene, Lewia Raffner, James Speed. Wif. Rictuaosox, Treasurer. Elans Baixano, Corresponding Secretary. frcig at" the C wave tie. We are Indebted to the Frankfort Common wealth for the report of the proceedings of the Contention, which we publish to-day. The re port preaente a rery fair account of the doings cf the Convection, though, as the reporter say, he baa been able to giro only an abstract f the speeches. W e regret that n phono- grapher waa not present, who could bare re ported some of the addressee at full length the addresses, especially 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. — 5 May 1849

.1 1. awar At tne dlaCUioD of ihit question iiaabobght I lalaiuii-did much logett p Ihia moeir.hL 1 heii kinder review Uie whole plan of action aaggest- I aj reiolulione, and the jepeal of the law c4 1833, ed by the committee. I will brk-fl slate in v h-"U8el the people. I Uiank God. from uhe tot- a -iata. HBMIOO HIED, v iiu-.v-- vww - kfadiaea. Mid b. bad differed nn.tewiti the Wends of lU other reforms IsOiel 'at-' , ' "a c,rry ; oil if it baanbmitted JtrV?.!!!'.'-.?"?11"." fri'n'wwgh of itself to , . W" '-. i. their chamber, sad in net sections to the report, and my ressons for those I l"m ol ntT heart, Uiat iie turned the counsela of ' '"f- for forsaking hi frienda and !7 NWlIM- If I b.V flt i.otth -Bother, it it my entnusi My fe.l.np.rwiih r,,y l-. their f round, but co-operaUug with et ,Bi)nnt tells me I must yield to i ud better jacgnieBt of the tna " Z ot d.ferenc to the anaaifest will jiy- u" itv J (bali support ibe report ef the j li"- .h importance of the great issue 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. — 5 May 1849

LITER ARY EXAMINER , ir HIS 4 it, tl. aToOKALD. April hath root again, capricious child, ; Half smites, half tears, of th tjokip Sprier, When singing bird return on buoyant winr, And poor rlaJ melodise through wood aoi wild. Br.fc'lit glfnn of sunshine, rain-drops brief aid ini!Jf Make green the pathways "nealh our euger tret. And houta the merry schoolboy, if be graet The first, pale, dewy pring-flower which lutli smiled. TLs fuir young Sower, they come, half sbrini Inr op, Like timid children, with tlielr soft moitt Lifting each tinted leaf and pearly cup, la modest beauty to the fitful ikies, Now wet mith hty and impatient showers, Now bathed in sunny I'ght, the fair, young, trembling flower. it. Soft to my casement steals tho gentle ir. Freighted with odors from far soudierii shores, With breath rt rose and lily, blooming her Th glad Spriug earliest yields her frarraa: etoree; Unto the rorerof the boundless deep. It hath a welcome Ule of fields and woods, And a low cot, round wh...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 12 May 1849

'fir' Tr f 5 t I I U T 4 "PBOVB ALL. THIKCJS; nOLDl?AST THAT. WHICH IS GOOD. 1 -1 .'V '..'.'V . ' J :. l ' ' .:.; -: i 1 11 Pv A-oXiLV JL "i ! - ' .N.;JLJ ILllo OLUBIE II. V THE EXAMINER; to u rxt oaic. TiHm. ..ODOLLAta rE ANNUM. IK ADVANCE, all COPIES FORTES DOLLARS. PAUL SEYMOUR, " jajaetUaa nel rrs. IT MISS C. M. filDCWICI. Oae of tte brethren from a Shaker set. tlanent in our neighborhood, called on us It other day. 1 was staying with a friend. whose atmosphere there is a moral pow- uialsfoui to tone chemical test, which jLa from every form of humanity wliat- of iwt and genial U in it. Our vis- vu an old acquaintance, and an old ofmber of his order, having joined it more than forty yean ago wiih hia ctl'dren. I have known marked individii- ilamong PPIe and Tet il 8urPr'ue8 when I see n original alainp of char acter, urviving the extinguiahinj rroooto ar of life, or rather auspeoded enimntion Snr Jem. What GoJ haa irnPre&9ed B1n cannot efface. To a child 'a eye. each leif of ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 12 May 1849

i 4 7 n r r i I ! ? t T II E EXAMlNElt. r. COSBY, JOHN H. HKYU'OOD, NOBLfc BUTLEB, Euitoii. LOUISVILLE: ::MAY 12, 1849. CJT 'If . ctaaienally, m Blunter tf tkt EiihiiiiU Br0nt was r t subscribers, f il, ,4tl Jy ytnvlej tf.iyy may be t 4ucitfberibr k ; i H ! J ;,' ;-1 C'safrrsl Bsecwtlv C ' 5 BsM)wrltlswt c ; i . ( '. W. W. Woreley, Was. E. Glover, ;V David L. BmUjt, ' Bland Ballard, Theruae McGraiu, Win. JUcbanlaon, Reuben. Dswhob.i ,' Patrick Maxey, ' - W. P. Boom, Lewis Ruffnef, , i : Jams Speed. t 1 Wm. Kichakmom, Treasurer. - ; :, " Blanb Ballasu, Corresponding Secretary. HilllmUM Masstas;. la another column wilt b found Ilia rolo tloae adopted al a rnesUag bM la Loaisville for th parpos of responding to tbo proceed ings f the Freakfort Convention. - Rev. Dr. Yowsg. of laaiIU, by invitation, addresvd tha aaaetlnr. aad for aa boar or mora, enchain- od theattealioaof the a udionee. " Familiar aad easy ia hissnaeoer, Dr. Ymtag InUraata all to whom ka speaka, while' tbo strength of ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 12 May 1849

If . V t - -f - .- -j- - - si If. . t 1 '..a ! tl IV I .. v '1 . ; i lit ... I.L.41I..I .o.nl IBl'I" - i.i. Miur. 01 me mil InT ' At"" ...i.. rrnaiJcnt of Ibe United )M,lf,' to tit. use 1,1 lnfleace ' ,ta in this country for a co-opera- ' l ttid Briti-h Government ia the t!i i ' , .9, f her huabaod. who. . of Northwestern paean. .Je UTTCT TO rBtCBIDUtT T At LOB . .rL,UDO.ApriM.I!49 e" nll.f tovon as the heed of .- V oower to help rue 1 cao . - -1 , in . tr"1 '..a in whose dispoeilion to !o e 1 . ...m. '.6.mt WlilCH I yoa will not Sofy h.hand, Sir ink in r ruefUMl with the aorihera part of " -i ,f which lb American ivep.uiic aniwiu'. , coa,.,icBou a portioa a"" T.: the I'uiied t-tatea, tlu-ee yeara .l. ,...r iroofi I received of re if,"! .-. lhera waa aeite which ti. everywhere preed to me of hi. 1 -nitrt i geojTapDicai uiacuverj, auu a Irtt i ibe eBterprtae ia whicb tie ao.ateUeu.- r- Tm,VvT. (offr. .bo crwt.) aul were TrtTor in cauii!tT bstened lbr ""J clo Of Dor y " -ul (rem ibcmi...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 12 May 1849

"TP" i; I1 I I fl t! : t a , t ; !i ii 4 ' It LITERARY EXAMINER. ' Tka Werti la fall 4 Utm.mtj. - -There ia tmm vidua me, . Aad IU m sweet voice ' v That rU eon iiepinfa wia me . . 'Till tear elart to mine eyes; .' Deep from my Mat It epriageta ; ,. Lika hidden melody, . , A ad ever aaere it eiBgeth, ; -v-. . Thla aonrcf aoBft to --. "Thie werid ia fU af beaaty. As other worlds above; ' An4 it wa did oar daty, t It might ba full of love!" Wbea plenty roand imiliDf , Why wakes thia cry for breed T Why ere creib'd million! toiliof , Gaaat clothed la rap anted T Tba aaaay hills aad valleys Blaah ripe wilb frait aad train,' . Bat tha lordl.of ia tbe palace , Sutl roba Li MIo-bmu ' . OGod! what hosts ara trampled Amid tblapraaa far (old; ." What aobla haarUara aapp'a! af lie, ... What apirita toaa their hold! Aad yet apea Una God-bUat earth . Tb era 'a room for eraryoDO; Uogaarded food elill ripeea, T a waale, rot ia tha aaa. If gold ware aot aa idol. Were mi ad aad merit worth, Oh, ther...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 19 May 1849

4L $. 2 i ii i 1-: m h Jk AM IE IE KL -: "pbove . ALt tiiincs; hold fast tiiat rnicn IS GOOD." VOLUME II. THE EXAMINER; i Wrrklr.oa Jefferson St., t dour but or U the t'txt OtrUe. 1 KKDIN. TltotKI.Lt rE ANM'M.IN ADVANCE. jjfut derived from it. V hat use is llere ii blinding our minds to the truth, like tht dnld (hat shut Lit eyes or cavers up hi 'ead iu the thunder atorni? ou have tho ieht morw to niii l.v li,. Sether what I Lave urged' touching the rflec; of slavery upon the political strength and LOUISVILLE KY.; SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1849. t at home, and that is not known abroad !iut suppose the instance of theft and oihei :nmt. ol which the law takes cognizanct unong the "w hit slave you spoke of in he free Stales, were hunted out anion? i laves iu Kentucky, and publicly punished. te,eJ country in Italy if not in Europe. JaCob Harsen. M D UUt fdC a :tr alum. ..i ...:.l ' ... In, -7 Hi in 7ih J " ' 7 "rT..OT10- Freeman II ... lwr,f (IUWI nil me pan-1 secretaries. J. L (V Buicicitrna i...

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