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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 16 March 1842

4p "r """" .m m w ,1M1JM,MMMWBmMMTrtnr-i rr-rr-ntiiuiiJiiiiii n miiiiiniw m i i nn f m ifni i n iiiiiim urn niiiiwi num.. . . NOTICE. To the Honorable the Judges of the Court of Cnmmon Picas of Pike countv. noio composing and holding the Court of Quarter Sessions the Peace in andjor said county- The Peiition of Martin W. Dingman, of the tou-nsihip of Delaware, in said county, respect fully sheweth: That he occupies a house in the said township, which has heretofore been used and occupied as a Public House of Entertain ment, and is desirous of continuing to keep a Public House therein. He therefore prays your Honors to grant him a License to keep a Public House at the place aforesaid for the en suing year. -And he will pray. M. W. DINGMAN. We tJie subscribers, citizens of, and residing within the bounds of the township of Delaware, do hereby certify, that we know the house for which license is prayed, and from its neighbor hood and situation believe it to be necessary for the accommo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 16 March 1842

DICKSON'S WlIOIJBSAfcE AUfB RETAIL DRUG & APOTHECARY 7 STORE, . Nearly opposite the Easton Bank. Te subscriber thankful for the liberal uatron- c.c extended towards lnm, begs leave to inform his customers and the public in general, that he still continues to receive fresh supplies of Drugs, Medicines, Pa nts. Oil and Glass, from the Impor ters and Manufacturers which he will sell to coun try merchants and customers at as low prices as incy can be obtained in New York or Philadelphia. ana on as liberal terms. 'W'arranted pure ground White Lead. .No. 1 do do do No. 2 do do do Window Glass of all sizes, from 6-S to 2"-30. Putty and Whiting. Spanish Brown in kegs and barrels English Venitian Red, in kegs and barrels. Yellow Ochre and Litharge Chrome Green and Ycllpw Spanish and Turpentine' Gum Copal Raw and boiled Linseed Oil lied Lead and Potters Clay Coach and Cabinet Varnish Paint and Varnish Brushes Pumice Stone and Sand Paper Lamp Black and patent do. Prime Umbrio Madder Spanis...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 23 March 1842

t 4 l& - - .f ' 1 1 Vtf. W"J The whole art ok Government consists in the art of being honest. Jefferson. STROTJDSBURG. MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 23, 1842. No. 3. VOL. 3. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY TtfEOBOKE SCHOCH. TTTM Two dollars per anniim in advance Two dollars n"aouaitef'-l'f,ya,',v' an(1 ' not paid before the end of i'-e vcar Tno dollars and a Dai.'. Tiwac wtio receive their VAoirs I a earner or ?iavc drive -s emoioved by the proprie tor vH"bo charged 37 I--! ris.pcr year, eilra. No p.ipers ui-cofli lined until ail arrearuscs are paid, except i; o,i,on ofi.ie Etiuo1-. :.j?Aifcrnf iiien not exceodhns otic square (sixteen lines) :)o i i-r- wvl miTC wee J 'or one dollar : twenty-live cents -U --a'jc(n .o-iCion- Jarpor ones in proportion. A ,r .i' di-oimi wiM be m:de lo vearlv ad vci liters, i-pxii loiie.-s adii'Ca'ieii lo the Editor must be post paid. JB PROTTIKG-. Flavins a perioral assort mnt of large elejrant plain and oraa mental Type, we are prepared to execute ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 23 March 1842

JEFFERS ONIAN REPUBLICAN JKFFFKSONTAN KTCPTFRT JOAN - Stroiiclstoirs, .larcli 23, 1842. , , , , , i , . Terms, $2,00 tn aavancc, $2.2j. naif yearly; and $2,50 if not .iifi-ucloic tlio end ol the vcar. The Hloney market. Judging from the tone of the Philadelphia pa- pers those, at least, which may he quoted as authority tlie mam pressure upon the solvent Iranks of that city has ceased, and the business of those institutions may be considered as lirmly es- tnblished. With the exception of the Girard, U. r . -I T fll 1 m states, rennsyivama, renn lownsmp, Moya- mensing, Mechanics , and Manufacturers' and Mechanics , (the notes ot all which Banks are at a discount of 20 to 50 per cent.) the city Hants aroiasi regaining mC lynuuimcui wie j cup e, although money matters in general are but little imnrnvftd. I he country Relief notes, as tliRv are - : cwieu, arc uuvi , u,B ul , K.vccpt .u a ui?- count of rom fifteen to eighteen per cent. Specie j r . i oommanas no premium a laci wnicn connr...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 23 March 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. calling, other than that of his duties of cashier, such "cashier upon couviction thereof in any court of criminal jurisdiction shall be sentenced i0 Day a fine of not less than one hundred, and not exceeding five hundred dollars and to un dergo an imprisonment in the common jail, for nnyperiod of not less than 0ne, n0r more than live years. Sec. 8. That hereafter no me,dium shall be received in the payment of tolls, taxes, or other revenue of the commonwealth, other than gold and silver, the notes of specie paying banks or -.he leoal issues under the act of fourth May, one thousand eight hundred and forty-one. oia.a Thai this section shall not be constru ed as a repeal of a resolution passed at the present session of the Legislature in relation to oils for carrying the mail on the Columbia lailroad. Relief of CUoRcmI Cattle. Having by accident discovered a way to re ' eve cattle when choked by attempting to awal - w too large a piece of ruta baga or other ro...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 23 March 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Mom'oeconnty Sale or UNSEATED LANDS. Notice is hereby given in pursuance of provisions of the Act of Assembly passed Apn 3d, 1804, entitled an Act directing the mode o selling unseated lands for taxes" and the ser cral supplements thereto. I, the subscriber Treasurer of the County of Monroe, will on second Mondav of June next, to wit: 13th June at the Court house in the Borousrh o v Stroudsburg in said county, commence a Pub lie Sale of the following Tracts of Unseated Lands to pay the arrears of taxes due thereon and the cost of such sale, and will adjourn from day to day if necessary until tho whole is sold Chesnuthill Township. Warrantees. Quantity. Tax. Acres. Perches. $ Cts. Brown Fillman 236 65 6 35 Heller John . 439 113 11 84 Heckman Adam 434 14 72 Pack Peter (part) 138 66 3 71 Pralts George (part) 376 75 15 22 Rees John (part) 212 40 5 40 Kees John 439 11 11 80 Rees Samuel 439 16 11 SO Rees Rachael (part) 400 1 1 SO Hoes Sarah 441 23 16 75 Ross Willia...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 30 March 1842

Tlin WHOLE ART' OK GOVERNMENT CONSISTS IN THE ART OP REING HONEST. JeflferSOn. t STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, MARCH 30, 1842. Na. 4. VOL. 3. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCHOOL i v.. ,iiinrc yygT onnum in nr!innrft Two dollars nnda ouarJcr,halfyoarly,-andif not paid before the end of the voir Two dollars and a half. Those who receive their nancrsbr a earner or staqe drivers employed by the proprie tor wi!J be charged 37 1-2 cts. per year, extra. N p.iners discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the opt'on of the Editor. . y? vlvprtiseinents not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) wilfbe inserted three weeks for one dollar : twenty-five rents ( r every subsequent insertion larger ones m proportion. A liberal discount will be made to yearly advertisers. 1117 A 11 leitcrs aaaresseu iu uic uuuui um&k uu pvsi jjhu. JOS PRINTING. - EIaun: a general assortment of large elegant plain and orna mental Type, we are prepareu iu cmbuk. uiuj cription of Blai...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 30 March 1842

J EFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Slroudsbiirgr, 3Iarch 30, l12. Terms, $2,00 :n advanre; $2.25, naif yearly; and $2,50 if not paid bcfoic the end of the vear. The County Expenses. We would suggest to the Editors of the " Wilkes Barre Advocate" and " Wilkes-Barre Farmer," that thoy had better mind their own business, and then if they had any spare time left, to devise a plan for bettering the finances of Luzerne, instead of busying themselves with the expenditures of this County. The people of Monroe, we appre hend are fully competent to manage their own af fairs, and even if they required the assistance of .some persons, we opine they would not call upon the Editors in question, who have shown so little skill in conducting transact ions at home. There is at present no County in the Commonwealth whose finances are in so deplorable a condition as those of Luzerne. Many of their Tax. Collectors have not settled their duplicates for years, and so impossible is it to get any money out of the Tre...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 30 March 1842

je te r s o ni An 'republican. In Dingman isp. Pike co., on ""ilay the 24.1. him., by F. Al. Smith, Esq., Mr. EL UAH DOOLITTLE and Mrs. MARIA ROBEK 1 S. FOB THE JEFFEUSONIAN REPUBLICAN. Died In Lehman isp. on Monday the 14th in.. Mrs. ELSE MIDDAUGH, widow of the late David Middaugh. TO HER CHILDREN OX THE DEATH OF MRS. Else Middaugh. She is not dead, she only sleeps, Affection o'er her body weeps, Her spirit rests not there! Mercy has borne it to the skies. To scenes -'where pleasure never dies, Eternal joys to share ! Her kindred's prayer, her children's cry, The heaving breast and tearful eye. Can call her back no more ! Rut what of this? on Jesus' breast, hc finds an "everlasting rest," "With pain and sorrow o'er! .4r.d when our King in clouds shall come, To gather slumb 'ring millions home, c That spirit shall descend ! ,4nd in the strength of Jesus' power, The soul and body upward tower, To joys "that never end." There sweetest flowers shall ever bloom, But not above the lov'd ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 30 March 1842

JEFIERSONJAN REPUBLICAN I Monroe county Sale of UNSEATED LANDS. Notice is hereby given in pursuance of the provisions of the Act of Assembly passed April 3d, 1804, entitled an Act directing the mode selling unseated lands for taxes and the s eral supplements thereto. I, the subscriber, Treasurer of the County of Monroe, will on the second Monday of June next, to wit: 13th June at the Court house in the Boroush Stroudsburg in said county, commence a Pub lic Sale of the following Tracts of Unseated Lands to pay the arrears of taxes due thereon, and the cost of such salo, and will adjourn from day to day if necessary until the whole is sold. Chesnuthill Township. Warrantees. Quantity. Acres. Perches. Tax. $ Cts. Brown Fillman 236 65 6 35 Heller John 439 113 11 84 Heckman Adam 431 14 72 Pack Peter (part) 138 66 3 71 Pratts George (part) 376 75 15 22 Rees John (pan) 212 40 5 40 Pees John 439 11 11 80 Rees Samuel 439 16 11 80 Rees Rachael (part) 400 . 1 1 80 Rees Sarah 441 23 16 75 Ross W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 6 April 1842

I, i I, ,, . ,n. i.m , .i -- ddu-jww- I II I 1 n f I T ! i biiiViT. ; unit - The whole art ok Government consists in the art of reing honest. Jefferson. VOL. 3. STROUDSBURG. MONROE COUNTY, PA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 6, 1842. No. 5. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCHOCH. TlKMS. i f GOllura lid annum ill iiuviiii: i nj uuuaid ,nArs hir ;i rarrinr or staue drivers emnloved bv the DroDric- t r. win do cnargea . i-z cus. pur yl-;, cAira. 0 papers UlSUUIUHiuuu unui m antai.ijjta Jiuu, t-vi-i-iJi. i i 'if nnuun ui i:ic l.uiiui. lUAareriiscnienis not cxuumg oi; Miunrc imakjcii imus; ..1 u- l ii-aaIfp fur Ann .1 - 1 1 n l- t t 'in t i A n.ntc J J f All I L Ll L i o iiuuiucouu lu till; uuuwi luuoh ui pvfc .TOSS PRINTING. mental rvpe, we are prepared 10 execute every ues cription of Jartls, Circulars, Bill Heads, Notes, Blank Receipts, JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER " BLANKS, PAMPHLETS, &c. Printed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms AT THE OFFICE OF THE JTeffcrsoman Republican. NOTICE...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 6 April 1842

J E FFK R SON I AN HE P U B L i CAN, JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Stroudsbssrsr, April 0, i2. Terms, $2,00 :n advance; $2.25, Ir.ilf yearly: and $2,50 if not paul beloic Hie enu 01 me year. Tim Presidency. Judging from present appearances, there will be Uo lack of Candidates on the Presidential course 1841. Henry Clay, AYinfield Scott, Judge McLean, Lewis Cass, John Tyler, Martin Van Uuren, James Buchanan, Thomas II. Benton, h)hn C. Calhoun, and Richard M. Johnson, have hoadv been named, and their warm personal idnds are energetically at work endeavoring to ivnnce the claims and prospects of each. Party 1 nqs were nevermore completely broken down than tney are at this time; each clique or faction considers itself paramount to the others, and wa jjcs a fierce and acrimonious contest with all who Jo not coincide with them in opinion. The Loco Focos proper, are divided between Tan Burcn, Buchanan, Benton, and Col. Johnson, and their respective advocates are not willing that one shall give w...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 6 April 1842

2 . ,0m The Now York Journal of Commercejsays: "The interest on the United States loanswas punctually paid on the first insiant; also? the interest on the bonds of the Stale of New-York and Alabama." Tlio nomiation of James W. McCulloh, of Baltimore, as First Comptroller of the Treasu ry, has been confirmed by the Senate of the United State?. jintY list: Persons drawn to serve as Grand Jurors for May Term, 1842. . . . 1 Jacob Frantz, Ross 2 John Gnfiin, Stroud 3 John Daily, Pocono 4 Andrew Frtiichey, M. Smiihfield , 5 William Cofiman, Price 6 Henry Strunk, Smithfielil 7 George Linton, Tobyhanna 8 Charles Henry, Price 9 Patrick Dailey, Chesnutlnll v'; 10 Richard S. Staples, Stroud 11 Charles Dailey, Hamilton 12 Abraham Berry, Tobyhanna . I 13 Yost Dreisbach, do j-,- 14 Benjamin Custard, Smiihfield 15 Amos Miller, Stroud 16 John Learn, Price 17 William Brodhead Jr. Smithfield' 18 Abraham Featherman, Hamilton ' ' 19 John Detrich, Smiihfield ; i" 20 Nicholas Hawk, Chesnuthill -.y&v ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 6 April 1842

JEFFEKS0N1AN REPUBLICAN NOTICE. To the Honorable the Judges of the Court of Common fleas of Monroe county, now compo sing and holding the Court of Quarter Sessions of the Peace, in and for the said County. The Petition of Henry "Whilesell, of the town ship of Tobyhannna, in the county of Monroe, Respectfully shewethi That he occupies a house in the said township, which has hereto fore been used and occupied as a public house of Entertainment, and is desirous of continuing to keep a public house therein. He therefore prays your Honors lo grant him a License to keep a Public House at the place aforesaid, for the ensuing vear. And he will praj HENRY WHITE SELL. The subscribers, citizens of, and residing within the township of Tobyhanna, in the said county of Monroe, recommend the above peti tioner, and certify that the Inn or Tavern abore mentioned is necessary to accommodate the public and entertain strangers or travellers, and that the petitioner above named is of good re pute for ho...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 13 April 1842

r " ' ' ' " The whole akt ok Government consists in the art of reing honest. Jefferson. , -1 STROUD SB URG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13, 1842. . No. g. : VOL. 3. .,' y . .. -Lf PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY . . i .iio nr nmmm in advance Two dollrtr. ?aaS. thil voamdif notpa,d before the end of I'. war T vo hilars and a h.ilf. Those who receive their r iv a carr.cr or siaee tinvui cintvi-" i jo ciiarcd T 1-2 els. rer year, extra. . , a . -rs discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except ,'. ui of the lIilor. . v wriinients not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) . v I t'irce weeks for one dollar: twenty-five cents k v - xcyjent mseitinu- larger ones in proportion. A lt d ui.it will be made to yearly advertisers. A.! L '.iers aiJrcssed 10 uio anor must uu yuot ptu. JOS PIM3i7rI0:T&. n "onrral assortment of large elegant plain and oma a4t"u Tvpc, we are prepared to execute every des cription of Sards, Circulars, Ball Mcxds, Notes, JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER PAMPHLETS, &...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 13 April 1842

JE Ft'ERSONt AN IlfePUBLIOAN. mmm JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN -Sliroudsburff, April 13, i842. Terms, $7,00 :n advance; $2.25, naif yearly; and $2,50 if not paw oeiOiC inc cna oi me y ear. - Home Leagues. We have inserted, in another column, the Con dition, and some of the Resolutions adopted by "the Home League of Northampton County, 'in or der to give our readers a more practical idea of ilmse Societies which are working such wonders in favor of the depressed and dispirited operations of the United States. The object of the Home Leagues, as there expressed, is to bring about a proper protection for American Industry, and to secure reciprocal Commerce. This is to be ef fected by arousing the people to a sense of their piesent prostrate condition, and thus awakening a spirit throughout the land which will be felt in the Halls of Congress, and induce that body to enact laws to give protection to our manufacturers and laborers, by means of a good and sufficient Tariff. According to the exi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 13 April 1842

JEFFERSONIAN ft&PUBLICAN t?; Ti?t of Baiilcruui; t..Ar,n "Rune nf Nkw York, lias decidedthat articles of jewelry belonging to a bankrupt, do not come under the description of wearing ap parel, and if not set apart by the assignee, must be,surremlcri:d to him. Articles ofy a similar nature, belonging to the bankrupt! wife, if they belonged to her before marriage, do not vest in the assignee; or, if they werepresented to her since then, and arejsuch as are suitable to her condition and circumstances in life, they may be remained. A Thriving County. St. Clair coiimv, Mich., contain 935 square miles, or 593.400 square acres. Its assessed value in 1S3G, was 535,947. In 1840, U was $1,031,276. The population is 4,619, being ?.n 'increase of 33 per cent, during the three years previous to 1811. The quantity of grain raised was doubled in the two years previous to 1810, when it was estimated at 75,000. . The poultry last year was-valued at $1,442, and the i hp of wool at $1,904. The exp...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 13 April 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. TREASURER'S SAIiEf Pike county Taxes. Notice is hereby given, that agreeably net of General Assembly of the Commonwealth m Pennsylvania, passed the 13th day of lhlo. entitled "an act to amend the act entitled an act directing the mode of selling unseated lands for tuxes and for other purposes," an act passed the 13th day ol March, further supplement to ah act to amend entiled an act directing the mode of unseated lands for taxes and for other ses.;" the following tracts of land will at public vendue, on the second Monday of June next, at the Court house in Milford, in the county of Pike, for. arrearages ef taxes due, and the costs accrued on each lot respectively. Lehman Township. Warrantees. Quantity. Acres. Perches. Albert Lewis Abercrombie James App Michael Brodhead Hichard Brown John or Jacob Barton Rev. Thomas Bell Joseph B rot z man John Baker Catharine Baker John A. Chesnor James Chambers John Craig John Dills Abraham Dills Jacob Dupbbs Martin DeimflT...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 20 April 1842

- 'WW I li 5j ' .V. , -a. - V. i. - - .. -. ... The whole art ok Government consists in the art op being honest. Jefferson. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 20, 1842. No. 7. VOL. 3. 5 All I r 1 1 1 fl 1 1 I I I i II II PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY TIIEOI?OSlE SGHOCH. Itftim: Two dollars iter annum in advance Two dollars M, n.mrtcr. hall vcany, aim u inn imiu uhuic -n IC VC.tr, TWO U'llliirs rtiiu i ii. tii.. i .www..- ...... hn Mrrinrnr s!a"c tlrivcts cmDlovcd bv the nronne- P! L I - u ... I . . 0- 1 ' - 1 i !lO pic tnr mir. PTtrn. rr. Will Ul" tiiiusw - I v A - - , N i papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except t th" option oi me cuiwi. r - . r. . nwur imr r,nr smi.irn fsixteen lines) ill be inserted three weeks for on 3 dollar : twenty-five cents evrry s.ibscqucnt mseilion larger ones in proporuuu. a -il U'CO'lm Will ue lllituu in uan huk.iiui.ic i- ' . . .1. t- t: ..,.,. I . - ,! ? All letters aJJrcsseu io me niuior muu uc puai pu. joss pmNTirra. inn? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 20 April 1842

JfiFFERSOXLUX REPUBLICAN., i i JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Slroudsbursr, April 20, 1849. Terms, $2,00 :n advance; $2.2.3, naif yearly: and $2,50 if not paidbefOiC the end of "the year. : Loco Focosscu aiad I?opcry The Catholics of New-York, 'took strong ground last fnll against the Public Schools as established it; thUt City, and by voting a Ticket of their own, were instrumental in defeating several of the Loco Poco candidates for the Legislature. Seven eights of the people of New-York were averse to nay change in their excellently constituted Public Schools yet in order to appease the Catholics, and to insure their aid this Spring in carrying the City, and continuing themselves in power there, li- -r. f .x v v . T . , the Loco Focos of the iew York Legislature joined forces with Bishop Hughes, and passed a . j ; 1 i r.i... uin wiiii.ii ujj i new diiu uiucpuiiuuiit viuuu- lie school bystem, in tne Oity, in winch obedience . T, . , , to the Bulls and Decrees of Popcrv is to be taught, "...

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