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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 June 1855

'-iiijyiyfjwiWl 1 1 " t3re-"'-JS9'3 APR'BIKWSsF " "- ""V ?SjBL . Wk!Z Qsa, Pr ax Jfero Qltocrtiscmmtou To tie Planters of Texas. WE have made arrangements with Mes- srs. Dean & Cramer, of Galveston, to sell Cotton for the Planters without incuring any additional expense from Houston. Those sending their cotton direct to us. will have the advantage, both of this market and of Galveston, and we pledge ourselves to sell for the highest market price, giving those the preference who will give most. ire are un- connected with any Commercial or Collon Buy- ing House, and do mot intend to luy Cotton, iut sell for the Planters. Judge Dean, of Galveston, visited Hous- ton, a few days since, for the purpose of buy- ing cotton. He came to us and said that he had no opportunity to buy cotton that he saw cotton sell for less than Be was willing to give, but delicacy forbid him making an offer in another man's office. We opened our office for bim to purchase cotton in, and in- vited the plante...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 23 June 1855

IIIIMIIHM li'MI, Jill I m hi, ,-,, lBKrem.W JEfl yr.JJ.W-''--V- - Ije -teas Hanger, PUBLISHED WEEKLT BY JOSEPH JLAJVCA STER. TERMS: Subscription for one year, $3 ; for six month SI 1 5; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers no paying in advance, Trill be charged $5 at the end of the year. Payment within two months from sue mailing of the first number, Trill be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, Trill be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a special understandingfs made with he-publisher. Ko paper Trill be discontinued (except at the ertion of the publisher) until allarrearages are paid. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail ra good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters being paid by the writers. The postage of a single letter is scarcely of any account to the writer. It is the Accumulation of postage in an ext...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 30 June 1855

"JBliJHIII 'I '"'H inUliii ! mil im i 111 JMjmjMjymmljM.1. .., .y ji i. Ill l . i I lillft'"! I'll I i . I in nil, I nrWII llll 1 1 I HI Mill HMMllllMn.l I I llllll L.i' i i n x-M U" ' yf.U iPfTyjtf r'.JW I i "TTflT11 ' "f '"III"' "i'i1 iLlfMfr "V 'iLiIfTft ! '' 'l '-J aw.r ! an-.KxafanntimFtaaa nt mvn gyaMT.gWTTt wi rmvsm "the stab-spanrled banner, o! LONG &JAY IT WAVE, O'ER THE LAND OF THE FREE, AND THE HOME OF THE BRAVE." PK.OPRXBTOR. ar. jLijoasteir,, YOL. VX-NO. 38. Ja&'ttm Conducted ly Mrs. E.l. JDosljiugimi, ftixas. SATimDAT, JUKE 30, 1855. Harmony of Colors "When we -wish to place pictures up- on a papered wall, the latter ought to "be of a single color, if possible if not; of two tones of the same color and with a simple pattern. Also, the dom- inant color of the paper-hangings ought to he complementary to the dominant color of the picture. Pearl-grey, or normal grey a little deeper, is a good tint to receive engravings and plain lithographs in giltoryellowwood fram...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 30 June 1855

" 1- &&!&&&! jte agsmaJJ.Bir'ggaMSW3 W & && & as&vsa V ii7 VV 6Hlo Vo has mm. J.IAICASTER, Editor,. iDasljhtgtott, t&zxas. SATURDAY, JUNE SO, 1855. Mr. Jeeemiah Clottd, of Ausitn county, is an authorized, agent for this paper. '&. J. AusTiK-csq.i Philadelphia, is an author- ized agent for this paper. j?fan iipscomb, Esq., of Belrrille, Austin co. san -authorized agent for this paper. Capt. M. K. Skew., Postmaster, Caldwell, is aa authorized agent for this paper. To Advertisers.1 The Texas Ranger of- fers great inducements to husiness men, who wish to avail themselves of the benefits of ad- vertising. Being. the iargesfepapex in Western Teias, and having a circnMioxTin. every.cQunty in ifoo-Sfesie, "Ssf-well asinverytSTmtherntftteT theproprietor natters" hiniself that those who advertise in his columns; will ho most amply re- munerated. p By -!-- ... if, .7 Aclinoviledgements. The Xadics of tho Independence Sewing Society, "Kill accept ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 30 June 1855

TPPigsr-- X X . r- 1 . " '' - - '- ' - i -- - . " " - fjs&m- s 3to 3Umtt1t0cntcitf .,..'- JULY4tH. ripHE Latlies of Independence, in order to jJL Complete the netr Churcn, will have a Eatr on the night of the 4th. - tThe l?air will be conducted on fair terms, "without extortion in any respects. They have a splendid supply of fancy and useful articles. They will also have a fine sapper all to be sweetened and enlivened by the smiles of the 3?air.- June29, 1S55. Admittance 50 cts. for grown persons half price for children. HI iifersiij. Independence, Texas. BE V. Rufus C. Burleson, a. m., Presi- dent and Professor of the. Spanish and Ancient Languages and Belle Letters. Rev. J. B. Stilclcr, a. si-, Prof, of Natu- iTfimiHirfis and the German Language. Mr. J. A-Johnson Prof, of Mathematics. Ufr. S. D. Roucc, a. b., Assistant of Lan- guages'. 'Sir. J. L. Smith, Principal of the Prepar- atory Department. The Institution is in a flourishing condition with, an able faculty, and all the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 30 June 1855

- 45T rwwry s'jvLtfwmgrra.iM .w : u tft'akga qgjirrTrvnrnjT'- w.iijgww."'-iai jww.ijmpi ggwow fc5 -rrfi.-& & r?o c 300 Hanger, PUBLISHED "WEEKLY BY v JOSEPH LANCASTER. ' TERMS: Subscription for one year, $3; for six montH $1 75; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers no paying in advance, -will be charged $5 at the end of the year. Payment within two months from the mailing "of the first number, Trill be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any one scr 7ing us five cash paying subscribers, will be furtNhcd a cony gratis. Kb subscription talccn f-r a less time than one year, unless a special Tindcrtandingis made with the publisher. No paper Trill be discontinued (except at the option of the publisher) until all arrearages are paid. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Eank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letters being paid by the writers. The postage of a single letter is scarcely of any account to t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 14 July 1855

f rrrww1jjg,witrpiir7fff"i'?!w-sffiTiia' i ii-i 'mi i iinfinnw i -igyw-rT-n ...j,.......-,.. Ml.a...t " . j,"ir...,:gragUfjK,iJiji.i,'-,";gvy ji'm.i ! Jin il-A'ssB -, S ?4i 4 . "THE fcTAR-SPANGLED banner, o! long may it WAVE, o'er the land of the free, and the home of the brave." 3". LANCASTER, PROPRIETOR,, YOL. VI NO. 39, WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1855, WHOLE NO. 351 s X Address, Of B. E. Tarver, Esqr., delivered at tlie River Improvement Convention. Mr. Tarver being called on, addressed the meeting as follows : Ladies and Gentlemen. It is encour- aging to the friends of the great enterprise in which we are this daj engaged to meet such a large and intelligent audience. It is still more cheering when we are flattered by the presence and greeted with the smiles of such a vast assemblage of beauty. lifter the handsome compliments paid you, ladies, by JudgesBaylorandEvans,Ican but deplore, that gentlemen, of such ripe exper- ience, approved gallantry and matured years, sho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 14 July 1855

jiiim l'. ivup.na; Jgi nuio.wminww i Lim i.i JA-J.SJ.U 'IL'lf' mt l-Hli.HI" 52 W? v jy-cvrJTe) gv KSnzivvKva r5iraicri :v (ca rrv y:v svfcv rxi kvmktvj & &&a a &g$ aiasatraa& & r the texas mm. 4 CO 1 J. LANCASTER, Editor. JDosljiiigton, oicas. SATURDAY, JULY 14, 1855 t.n,7v n-1 ' ' " " "i l-fc-J- "tL1 v J ssg: For ieut. Governor3 J1R0BIRTS01 Of Washington County. "23x. Jeremiah Cloto, of Austin'county , is an authorized tigent for this paper. A. J. Austin, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- ized agent for this paper. Frank "Lipscomb, Esq., of Bellville, Austin co. is an authorized agent ibr this paper. Capt. M. K. SsBti, Postmaster, Caldwell, is en authorized agent lor tins paper. To Advertises. The Texas Jlnnger of- fers great inducements to "business men, who wisE to avail themselves of the benefits of ad- vertising. Beinp the largest paper in Western Texas, and hating a circulation in every county in the State, as "well as in every Southern State, the propr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 14 July 1855

niuiy- u'W .fcWH ! IM1WWW MMUIIIII , ,.'.tllhH i"Jffgrr?ffg'-l''H-'1- m'inimiu .T tnrr-ww:w-1Ere7TTgTP gyLwamsussj i ii i-- ii.JUi4tatlaiMTV,'r'iiJg3g.fv." ! rHHf. tr Fl --.y- vtwm sw&sg? fift?7-R esa&aaa ee & s&&& VP tv5 Tf s aty TUZlo " -"i-ff! -- 5-ii.- - K Hon. Jefferson Davis. The visit of our much honored and dearly loved citizen, and able Secretary of War, Jefferson Davis, to our city on Wednesday last, on his way home, constitutes an era in the history of our town. He arrived on the ,1 .... J11- -;n nf nnrs. Tint UD at the Washington Hotel, where, during the day, crowds of citizens pressed around to shake him by the hand. At night an immense con- ennrsa nf Tannic met at Apollo Saloon, to r1uv lm nnfiliR rGccntion. 3). Walker, Esq., -in the name of the Democracy of Vicksburg and Warren county, offered him their wel- come and greeting, in an appropriate ad- dress, to which Col. Davis responded m one of his happiest efforts. As the questions up- on which...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 14 July 1855

gt 5T1C C&csrcts Hanger, "PUBLISHED TVEEKLY BY JOSEPH JLAISCASTITR. TE31MS: Subscription for one year, $3 ; for six month SI 75; for three months. $1 25. Subscribers no paying m advance, -prill be charged $5 at the end 9f the year. Payment within two months from the mailing of the first number, -will be consi dered m advance. Two copies one year $o, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a special understandingis made with the publisher. No paper will be discontinued (except -it the option of the publisher) until all arrearages are paid. All dues t$ this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bank notes, at tie risk of the Editor, the pottage of all leltersbeing paid $jr the tcritcrs. The postage of a single letter is scarcely of any account to the. writer. It is the Accumulation of postage in an extensive bus- iness, which operates as a serious tax u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 21 July 1855

"- ' yr'"'' "'"": " "" -Utf " 'JiauBjmjiliWftl,'.LIJW lju Ulli miJijii.JJ in aaaBMBMBja 4 ' - 3". JLuSLNC.A.SEZEt.. "THE STAR-SI' AKGLUD BAJHfEK, o! LONG MAY IT WAVE, O'EH THE LAND OP THE mEE, AX1) THE HOME OF THE CRAVE." PROPRIETOR. YOL. VI NO. 40, WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1855. K L x v yafeColimnr, A Beautiful Extract. The Hon. Robert M. Charlton deliv- ered, a short time ago, an address to the graduating class, at "Wesleyan Col lege, in Macon, Gra., which treated of Education in general, and particularly , of the increased influence and charm which, it imparts to woman. "We make he following extract : "And you, my gentle licarers! you, who have been sent "by an unerring wisdom to be at once the ruler and the govern- ed : whose duty it is to obey and yield, and whose privilege it is to command fe.ceIIa:ite.0HS and to sway even by obeying, and in yielding, keep well the charge commit- ted to you. Oh ! train well the infant heart that Providence hath placed with- in you...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 21 July 1855

1!W!M.mA.u,4aH..J-WHJJ rJiiAJvnxvjiu9ntv'tUkU-Lijuii.jneT: ggSEg'awJOftfi;jKa!s Jl'fX.?iTtKasftiiQ'SfH?a-WggtaSAwKr;,UkJJtf(JVI!-fcI ' -w " -c5retgg-aOFUw-iei-! 'iM.wVLBBg ?rio' THE TEXAS RIGER. m J. li AN CASTER, Editor. iDoaljutgtott, Storcis. Saturday! july 21, isso. r..iu 1 For Xiieut. Governor, J.B.R0RERTS0I Of Washington County. Mr. jT?REiIIAH Cloud, of Aiistui county, is an authorized agent for this paper. A. J-. AusTinr, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- ized agent for this paper. t Prank Lipscomb, Esq, of Bellville, Austin co. Is an authorized agent for this paper. Capt. M K. Snelt., Postmaster, Caldwell, is au authorized agent for this paper. To Advertisers. The Texas Ranger of- fers great inducements to business men, who "wish, to avail themselves of the benefits of ad- Tertising. Being the largest paper in Western Texas, and having a circulation in every county in the State, as "well as in e7ery Southern State, the proprietor flatters himself that those ivho advertise in...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 21 July 1855

. f-g-"S" SSmraSTBJJAJgygg'ZBSro'g' (vnrmjjmicmtT . .. n n nuirtB m tf ' 3 f.oXfh) A jm&W i& ss&rea 6to 5E&Mm & 1.M1 TiicP "vT iPr fetz3$T'rf vo The Democracy Eallying! Preparation for a Grand Mass Meet- ins, tlie ilnd o August !! Pnrsuant to a published notiec, a respect- able number of the Democratic party of the county of Washington, met at the Thespian Hall in the town of Washington on the 19th inst. The meeting was organized by calling Hon. R. M. Williamson to the Chair, and J. Lancaster, Secretary. , After a feeling and patriotic address by the President, it was moved that a committee of five be appointed to prepare resolutions for the consideration and adoption of the meeting ; whereupon the Chairman appoint- ed Col A. M. Lewis, J. D. Giddings, Esqr. Col. Woodward, Mr. Hill and J. Lancaster. After retiring a few moments the committee reported, the following preamble and resolu- tions, which were unanimously adopted : Whereas, the time being close at hand f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 21 July 1855

auuijj uJJJuulwiMawwJ.iaaJ!MB u!uMw?fwiu,in.ii u i&a&aiA ww xf1"." , " "m " ..aae m M 'g gs? erajss? & &&&S &d&&bS2 r "K.mvfa "(5)- 5Tc jSMSn .ix ) mswm s w&aaa is) a m0 Ijc Saras Hanger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JOSEPH LANCASTER . TERMsl Subscription, for one yeaT. S3 : for six month $1 75; for three months, 1 25. Subscribers no paying in advance, "will be charged $5 at the end of the year. Payment "within two months from the mailing of the first number, -will be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year So, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, will be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less time than one year, unless a special understandingis made with the publisher. No paper Tvill "be discontinued (except at the ortion. of the publisher) until all arrearages are paid. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the postage of all letter...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 28 July 1855

iqpfV" ar. xjjn"OjSlSbi?eis.? "the star-spaxgled banxer, o! loxg may it wave, o'er the laxd of the free, axd the home of the brave." 3?tt.QJEttJ3ElMIC33E- VOL. VI NO. .41 WASHINGTON, TEXAS, SATUKDAY, JULY 28, 1855. WHOLE NO. 353, ijyfcwvyp A Texas Patriot Speaks. "Who can rise from a perusal of the follow- ing speech of a Texan Soldier of the Revolu tion, without feeling a thrill ot patriotism m his heart; and what enemy of human liberty but will feel his malignant and rancorous spirit of intolerance somewhat softeued by its manly appeals to his better nature. The speech was made at a Democratic meeting, held at San Antonio, by Hon. J. G. "Wilson, amid the noise and confusion of the Know Nothing clan, who tried to prevent liim from being heard. Hon. J. C. Wilson made some remarks almost wholly inaudible to the reporter, ow- in to his position, and the noise and confu- sion. Having obtained a moment's silence he remarked, that he had no intention to ' make a speech ; that he simply a...

Publication Title: Texas Ranger, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 28 July 1855

TI TEXAS RMGER. J.EAKGASTERa Editor. ctsljmgtou, Ezxa&. SATURDAY, JULY 28, 1855. J.faJMWJJ'tLJ-.i.tW-.W W1WW 'li C3 For Governor, H1.E.I.PEASE. AI?or Lieut. Governor, ffilHRUMELS. JTor Congress. SPIBILL . Mr. Jkhemiah Clottd, of Austin county, i3 an authorized agent for this paper. I A. JT. Atjstut, esq., Philadelphia, is an author- ized agent for this paper. Prank Lipscomb, Esq., of Bellville, Austin co. is an authorized agent for this paper. Capt. M. K. Sxeui, Postmaster, Caldwell, is an authorized agent for this paper. To Advertisers. The Texas Banger of fers ereat inducements to business in? tne aemocrauc Know-nothing: candidate and their unholy principles. The regular democratic and anti-Know-nothing; ticket is this day hoisted to our mast. Democrats from the Eio Grande to the Sa bine are rallying in one unbroken philanx to the support of this ticket. . Gen. Houston has just issued a Know Nothing letter, to act as a stimulus to bis sinking party, on the eve of the election....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 28 July 1855

- JK&!M&ifMmkmttTTsr7r'xxarH :".ti ::,zi .: ...: .!' :-.)jiiCi-' .,..-g3srr-.7'ii.''nv;jv.w:t.tJ''i'-TT!& fsiyw ..j.t-d.'5TgsasTw?iVj;'irJ - - -- i; Jg'rcsrr'TaMijyay &0 Q Tin Tmmm m Aigig & The Democracy Eallyiag! Preparation for a Grand Mass Meet ing, tne na 01 Augiisi Pursuant to a published notiec, a respect- able number of the Democratic party of the county of "Washington, met at the Thespian "Hall in the town of Washington on the 19 th inst. The meeting was organized by calling Hon. It. M. Williamson to the Chair, and J. Lancaster, Secretary. After-a feeling and patriotic address by the President, it was moved that a committee -of five be- appointed to prepare resolutions for the consideration and adoption of the meeting ; whereupourthe Chairman appoint- ed Col A. M. Lewis, J. D. Giddings, Esqr. Col. Woodward, Mr. Hill and J. Lancaster. After retiring a few moments the committee reported, the following preamble and resolu- tions; which were unanimously adop...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 28 July 1855

mss&imvt&MMJLiH j.Tjj.a?.'gcti-smaM jsT lje Stero? Hanger, PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JOSEPH LANCASTER. TEEMS: Subscription for one year, 3 ; for six month $1 75; for three months, $1 25. Subscribers no paying in advance, -prill be charged $5 at the end of the year. Payment -within two months from the mailing of the first number, -will be consi- dered in advance. Two copies one year $5, in advance. Any one sending us five cash paying subscribers, -prill "be furnished a copy gratis. No subscription taken for a less-lime than one year, unless a special understandingis made with the publisher. No paper will be discontinued (except at the option of the publisher) until all arrearages are paid. All dues to this office may be remitted per mail in good and available Bank notes, at the risk of the Editor, the jpostage of all letters being paid by the writers. The postage of a single letter is scarcely of any account to the writer. It is the accumulation of postage in an extensive bus- ines...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 August 1855

- isr-, .-- JF?"" i.i 'Alti'j,'i-ff7saagiagKacsagiKi 'i-.m"a x.'.'j-fj-r ci-fi ')tcj.ftWi .- V4T; -" Jff; . t F- f -. .,T HT I3"' "THE STAR-SPA'fiLED BANNER, o! LONG MAY IT WAVE, 0:ER THE LAND OF THE FREE, AND THE HOME OF THE BRAVE. AT. XiAOASTEH, ZEIEIXJfclbOEITOIR.. VOL. YI NO. 42. WASHINGTON, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1855. WHOLE NO. 354 fMMHMBBSFm -tt -. - 1 THE TEXAS RANGER BXTE1A. J. LANCASTER, Editor. tDctsljxugtou, &zxas. THURSDAY, AXTGUST 2, 1S55. UWKiffB Another old Texan Patriot Spealts. "We call the attention of the public to the following communication from the al51e pen of Hon. Anson Jones: Tor tho Texas Ranger. sam-ism. The invisible new isir. that is, 'accor- ding to the assumptions of its follow ers, to regenerate the politics of the country, has partly developed itself to the public, and so far as it has coxde- sekded to develope itself, consists only in ".Proscription ot naturalized and uath- olic citizens." Notwithstanding the un- meaning platitudes and phar...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Ranger — 2 August 1855

IFlcS-SW? , jSL-o-s:. -&. i m The Democracy Eallying! The following preamble and resolu- tions were unanimously adopted at the Democratic Mass Meeting held at this place on the 2nd inst. "Whereas : A crisis has arisen in the public affairs of the country, caused by the disrup- tion of one of the great parties which have heretofore existed, and a coalition being formed between the Abolitionists, JTree- soilers, the great body of Northern "Whigs and disappointed Democrats, 2orth and South, and a large number of both parties, who have been misled by an appeal to their national or religions prejudices against foreign-born or Catholic citizens, or by thirst of offices and power : And "Whebeas. This coalition, having been secretly formed and now matured, under the operation of certain political, illegal and immoral oaths, and alarmed at its own audacity, having, recently disclosed features, Anti-American,- unconstitutional, prescriptive and therefore anti-Democratic ; and falsely assu...

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