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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 19 May 1849

THE EXAMINER. i f. COSBY, JOHN II. MFAUOOD, KOBLE BUI LF.lt, holTUlta. LOUISVILLE: ;:i!AY 19, 1319. CJ Wt tend, occationally, numbtr of tht EiAMlK( f,tno$uher not tubtcribet.in tht hope, tUt by ptrvtal of it, they may It in of uctd to tubtcribt. Oalral mm Kxrcalire mmimUrt KtauteelttMisn. I j W. W. Woraley, Wm. . Gtover,' " David L. Beatty, HI a ad Ballard.' Thomas McGrain, Win. Kichariaou, Iteuben Dawson, Patrick Maxcy, V. P. 15oone, Iei RorTner, J antes Speed. Wm. Ruiiiaitaov, Treasurer. Bi.hd IUllaku, Corresponding Secrettry. f rririia. Dr. Joo. S. Gilliam is the Emancipation cau didal iaCritlrnlen: not Dr. J. A. William, as v:e had it ia our isfu of the .'ith nil. ', rT' j A friend writing fro,,, Parreii county in an- j awer lo a letter asking him lo procure some ( new subscribers, says: 1 ours of Hie 1st lust, came to baud ll;is morning. I showed it to Ju.lge , aud he , alv f it i I oe..res to become one or tlie Iwenly new u..- j aeribersin thiscouuty.soyou ailllorward him , th...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 19 May 1849

n rr- S1 fr.,.n:l- F VoiB llM, Ills IIH, ..is-nlar f Neva Vaax Kiel. .-as". in called upon to record tne t !,,nf ful events which h ever di. i i;.e history of our c.ilv. 'I'll not cl rt.ru - , . . , ... ... ' . ii u :i Lams 'ess in romuarison. u- (,r tli particular in tlie order of their tf.e,,ef, aid alnn'sl ent.rely from imr own ' a! i,lfT auou j'. j uku.eJ lo .nr. .viacieady OV I ..i.i ii.u.1 pr'M.ineiit ciiize us, add . !!,!.( rjll'J f irlli a, second ef. . . ... I ,.,.1. I .llll Hid riAI i,-!..!!' I'' " "7 . f;""L '. . ,'. . rr-- ,.f i:.f I!r;iiU steamer h.u: I H ' , . -tl .. h.. ,1 .-r r(U , ,ui!' :' ctt-: " . i.-. in!r:ir to all w ho "dired rxirei :0I ai 1 .10 I. n JJ ' ".- I'lmmiii.' 1 m and c .illli.tf ou ait workiuir. turn to tter lawful righi-" lu roue.;iiei)ci- r llirests, a lari; bony t 1 po or ;e rej to attend at the jera l!oui, lM. i, i, aliuu'.d not he u(fi . ient t. pr.-. U,e -Vei'lt. Keunelll.WOI. uurjri, i.f hor te, tfapU Varuum ud i t .. A ! r i r .1 . l',I..l..i...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 19 May 1849

'l.rVKII Alt Y KXAMJNKH, Te Ike AHlkMr f Mare . I ktlllt MVAttk LtNUVk. A few lave Um u.a boner in uiy iy, VYhatbrr for thinking a lhen.elve ' thought. , Or for wbl elee I kaew not, nor Inquire. Am if them eome there are whose naaiea will live Nat in nieiHoriee, but the UiU, of pw, Iteeauae thoee hearts Uiey comforted and raiead, ad, where they nw Ged'a images east dowa, Lifted ihein up again, aad blew ilia dut Freia iba wore features and disfigured limb. Sack thoa art, pur and mighty 1 auch art thou, Paraclete of tlie Iiartetti! craa it inula Or beaky ia tbis wintry eve of tiuia, And they who fata would slog can ooly cough; praise them even for that. Men, now hara left Tha narrow Geld of well-trimmed poetry For freeher air aud fuller exercise; A ad tbay do wiecly: I uiirbt do Uia aaiuo If atreuglh coald gird and youth could garland Imagination flpa Iter purple wing Above Ilia ancient laurel, aad beyond. There are brara voice tbat hara never aung tlyuip1i! feat or latbniiau; tbera r...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 26 May 1849

I. - -l Ill JStAiUyflKliV ' "PBOVE ALL THINGS; HOLD FAST THAT WHICH IS CUOD." " I s ? i ; V 0UTMK 1!. LOUTSVILLE KY.;' SATURDAY, MAY 20, 184S)7 .IK F..VAM1NEK; .- I b ' I Ml J..W. I. !t t f a T tliVMT s" MOI'Ri i i . a a a . 1 t, . I ' '" :.i...ll4 I K. J" r.g . T. .!: til 'J . irtura, ha t'ruru poverty. A decani house to live in, sheds lor hoise, that they may b found in ih- morning when wanted, instead of being hunted fcr through the long wet pra!iie sis.-, would save n.ai.y fit of ague, and nsny I.nj homsof drep despondency. 1 he Olio at Louisville is i f magnificent width, ai d the rapid, though obstiuciin; ..i nav VstJoi), much to it beauiy. 1: was something to say, -We Lave sailed nore than six hundred milt down a Kit sr. iftd we migt.c conticoe onr riv?r voycge for i.i.n huuJud more!' Th immensity of uiidi.d i.avigatiou gav a deep interest even to (he taie na-res and fgues in a lit- !' " tie 10 penny map of the Ohio which we '",aj uu-hjd. The perusal help! the .. i "" ' ll ' ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 26 May 1849

rV II ? I? V A M 1 IV 1c 11 I 1 11 . I2i AA ill I IX tJ !' F. COSBY. JOHN 11. MEYV.OOD, RUBLE Bl'TLLU, Eoiioiifc. LOUISVILLE: ::MAY 26, CI H' aid, uuifuUu, m number of tht I ExaallKEBlo ftraon vku art not ultr,btr,tn tk hvpt, that if a ytxutal of it, they may be in duced tutubtcribt. t'eatral mu4 Ksecailv asa.Ulee fc.aaiaarlBNi.Ua. W. W. Worsley, Wm. E. tJlover. DsviJ L. Boatty, Bland Ballard, Thoinaa McCrain, Win. Richardson, Reubeu Dawson, Pair irk Msxry, W. P. Boone, Ix-tvi Cuffuer, James Spet-d. Wm. ftlCStDOM, Treaaurer. Blaho Batxaan, Cvresponding Secretary. KuuiMclpaltM Mrrtiais. There will be a meetine; ofthc friends of Eman cipation without distinction of party at Juirn- 8..KT0WK, in the County of Jefferson, on Satnr- daf, the'JJla)'of Junenext, lonoininate candi-l .dales for the Convention. A M mU ie all ( IwUllBaM la Hemlackv. A but Lis come in Kentucky when the cUitisn 4Ki;laiiin of that noble and lapully adani:inrf Stale will fieakaiul vote like thiut- tiau at the polb, ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 26 May 1849

- '. (A p-iiriv-tut-ttives. Above (hi uiy, .om-.r, there are two rights, ...l not be violated wall impunity: the ' j ,i- .1,.;,,. ,,r i, .tnril ri.rl.t :(ull"-U ,,metims extend this right efeov- i .. ..-...... if other, mi J have ,r ,t inn " " ' r. r it. lu or.it r todNirulse lug home, iu j eur next letter, which I hop tt receive by ilia return of Ihe vessel that brings ihiatu you. Give my beat respite U la your family, ir, I remtiu Your obedie nl servant, C. W. Gut. , ..:.,l ettimi.lenrv. III. v rail vy, tli-finJmeutiI principle, or the dilcp1 ... .. . : ta;ritv - - J ...i;rv Hier-shl ..f ii.tiniia or of Hi. ,i 1. 1 ft1''' "n ""',r,'t'n of , f . i.t cf or,'i hich l, e eternal T1' ., ..vi-tirf sooner er later. he .. s v d cf t!i natural right upou t MANCIPATION MOVEMENTS. Warrrat t waaiy. Pom-ling GaE, May 1S49. Mrtiri. EJiton: From the name appended to the proceedings of hii Emancipation inkling in thii place, a copy of which I enclose, you wiil are that many tf our inoit resectabl...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 26 May 1849

LITKUAUY KXAMINEU Tarttaat'a P.ie.lag. r C R. HITCHING. It W ended! all ia ovr! L the weeping mouruer coma Miher, father, friend and lover, To the deet&-ancmlred room; Lip er preed to th bled Lip that evrmore are dumb. Take her faded haod iu thlo HauJ that n more anwereth kindly; See the eye were trout to ahioe, Uttering lofe, now alariug blindly; Teuder-hearted epeecb departed Speech that echjtd o divinely. Rsos no mora the circling river, Warming. brifhUalug every part; There It alumbereth cold forever N more mrrry L,i end iti't, No mire fiaaMogcheek to b!u.-hing la ti deot bom tlia hri! Hop not aower to your pri-.g! CM, repoue'.et ilea ahe there. Death, (ht ever will b allying SoineiHug foul's, aomethluj flr, Cme wi:U kuinrii fl a elambera Sha la with Hi ja oth-rwhsre! Mother! y, yea eearee would chid Lar Had you a a th form Ua bore, Heard the word ha spoke b.?id her, Tend-r a the look he wore, VFh le h proved bar how ha Lved her, Mor tiiea mother ten tiinss inort Earthly fat...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 2 June 1849

"trove all things; iiold fast that which is coon." foL035 II. Hi; BXAMINEIt; T belt d.Hi hut out IN APVANCE, T iX0PKS FORI F.N IX HOLLARS. oitl SEYMOUR. ret utaia. HIVIKU -.1 ..V ft. J. i ri km - - , i r .inn- id to be a Quaker, and - .. 1 I - I . Lvered Delvire mo IUU1! Association, in Cincinnati. ces are reiuaikable. The r,'r,.Js ot cjjak. Leis lave, as a body, long as a violation ol ' .! r ,:i and of the CI hristian law of I - - . . a I . .... i.i ii llm .-...er.s.-e ,:rt( I1.II3U IB m im mi , . t of lice labor, lit in -,l ot tt.is city, and wititii die limits ;" utile wKich', fifty years egi. was a 7 -v 'fl.!iri--h:i X Commonwealths in - e. et UP a.n1 ar5ura lhBl ' t i a to mankind, the pro- ' -rcf of wealth, comfort end civiliza - therefore to be cherished nd main- I'V fjroer, l!-!f w,i0 'ave lhe f00 " .-- to w its enviable advantages. yf"'jV.'B:gu to this effect througnout , i-'iir, r.e attempts iu lirmuiuiioin n of the Southern States are, by r'ta! Of i.eiTTO slavery, nore we...

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

THE EXAMINER. F. COSBY. JOHN H. HEYWOOD, NOBLE BLTLEE, Editoh. points of view. To citiee, the world has been utlebied mora- thai unco for the benefit, of civilisation, i ' ,'- , f Tbe inflsence of tbt cities of ancient Greece LOUISVILLE: ::::::JUNE2, 1849. rO" We tend, vocationally, a number ef the Eimitii tt vertonucho art not lubtcriberg.in the kept, that by fenual of it, they nay be in- duetd to tvbtcrioe. Cntnl nn Siccative auanaluee EaMaciawtieaw Wm, Richardson, Reuben Dawson, Patrick Maxcy, W. P. Boone, Lewie Ruffner, W. W. Worsley, Wm. E. Glover, David L. Bsetty, Blind Ballard, Thomaa McGrain, James Speed. Wm. RiCH.nDto, Treasurer. 2u.no Ballard, Corresponding Secretary. A Vr4 te all t kUtl la Kealacwy 'A tima has come in Kentucky when the christian population of that npble and rapidly advancing State will apeak and vote like chris tians at the poila, and demonstrate its love of liberty and right, by extending tbem to every thing in the form of rnan, that breathes its air or ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 2 June 1849

of Him, hoh.v.h laid "What God hath enee 'oined topetber let man pot asunder. And indeed", If the restrir-tione upon the slave trade nfll mtlie greater in the New Constitution tbn ender the prest ut, there will be diaraptiona by Uievhcleale, of those tender ties, where with God meant to eele a the existence of the gamble-: partaker cf hi likeness. It bwoinei firry citizen, thru, to strive for that object, or ht consents to the outrage, end must share the penalty- n ii but hty and imperfect sketch ef some cf liie violated rifhle of the slave, f,r shich masters in particular, but ether iuien, also, to a jreat extent, incnr reeponsi b,Iitie, ,0 fnle,!,P,ate" leer end trem b'iag- They are responsibilities which have ,x,t atUrlieJ, and prouably w ill ever attach, to . frotna of slavery. Then are they to be cov eted ami continued What haa alavery to ofTe n return? Wealth? Alas! poverty is her hand ,A Caa ahe five Widom or VirlaeT Be hoU vice, idleness and ignorance are h.-r chil Va. Thrn,...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 2 June 1849

LITEIIAIIY EXAMINER. I ar d. r. at'caaTHv. Ya a Um se sata, V cihIim rMc sJiriria, Ya s desiuaje eta flr. Cauxkhom. - Th dream i over, The vision bu flown; I 'ad leave are lying Where roaea have blown; Withered and atrowa Are tba hopea I cherished, All bare perUhed But grief alone. My heart was a garden Where fresh leave grew: Flowers there were many, A ad weed a few; Cold wind blew, Aad th frost eame thither, Kor flowers will wither, And weed renew! Yonlh' bright palace 1 overthrown. With it diamond sceptre And golden throne; A a time-worn stone It turret are humbled, All have crumbled liut grief alone! Whither, oh! whither Have tied away The dream and hopea - Of my early day? Kniued and gray Are the tower I builded; And the beam that gilded Ah! where are they? One this world Wa fresh and bright, With it golden In oca And starry night; Clad and light. By mouuuiu and river. Have I bless'C the Giver With hushed delight. These were the daya Of story and song, When Hop had a mealing 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. — 9 June 1849

I 4tS'TMs-J' ' v.'ir ft- fil'iWJI' I' l ifjvv,.---, '. ! f j ; ' ' i ' r t - 1 P I 'A ' ' I ' LJ ;,: i; i v i ..-.: V i -. -''. i , , I 1 , '.I I A fill 1 i tU: vl 4- . I T V - ill . j "prove all -things; nooi Vast that .wnicn is good.'! 1 K. . . r-.l. f II I, ...I I ... .fx V ;ii I oj I I- . VI .-! I I ax n ;; : ml j ' . , M,;; Ay. -:r AN - rS; a 1 ( Ji ' - --. !"''.,. e i i -. . ,, .. AmM . . ' . II .... . . 1 r. ; .'i i . : . m a w a i mm. nan i r ... i. ... . VOLUME II. HIE EXAMINER; p.iV- .UHti.N jnero w.f oaorm we .HI - lltt PlMlOtlUC. TEU9IN. 119 FEB ANKUM.IN ADVANCE T J c 0piES FOR TKK HOLLARK. . PAUL SEYMOUR, ; - r,rtir I Ktrlk ai li Soi.fi, dr V ifiu Cincxnntti, 16, l?4i, ItONTlSCtO-l iy. eobiectto makinz Maryland , . ja-'J of Hie weakh produced tjr lo- ,j,.nd slave labor. Ihe upper m :'r and bv far ihe richest and 1.-, f nuhaz. i a country of free labor Tr lexnani of Maryland slaves ia foond the lide-wateia, where ex- ""i.-lon and languor mark the impover - n.nHjred bv al...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 9 June 1849

THE EXAMINER. JOHN H. HEYWOOD, RUBLE BUTLER, - Eorroti. LOUISVILLE:::::::::: JUNE 9. 1819. Wt tend, tccatienally. m number of tkt EuMiitit fertent r A mrt not tubtcriltrt,in tkt kept, tkat by perutal tf it, tkey may be in duced tttubttribe. t'MUml mm BzecaUlve Caa EaMSM-tpatlaab slue W. W. Worsley, M'm. E. Glover, David L. Beatty, Blaad Ballard, Themes MeGrain, Win. Richer dsoa, Reuben Dawson, Patrick Maxey, W. P. Boone, Lewi Raffnr, James Speed. War. Richabdso-, Treasurer. Buxd Batxaxo, Corresponding Secretary. A Woe m all CawbUaaM la ICcalecfcy- "A time baa come in Kentucky when the christian population of that noble and rapidly advancing State will apeak and vote like chris tiana at the polla, and demonstrate its love of liberty and right, by extending them to every ' thing in the form of man, that breathes its ail or treads its aoil. It m ill be her greatest honor, aa I am sure it will be her greatest interest, to be first in this great work." Alius deb Campbell. laMipatiaa Meel...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 9 June 1849

jfo, never. Then let to Ul vOBTeBUOB. M i- .Tit that a OosUi.ti.a U not P ' Basner"-e pro-slsvery " . ,f u debate above meationed, .-.,..i,nL waa oae of the moot u - , j,,ened. 1 " .-J "TL': for ibeir time e- irouw. r'rri.mr. concluded tl- IUU . - fri" ss I Bs A 4 IK" ..tied far. l' 'r- - SB Pl- attend-!, were ud trouble. ... .rk . He t "..tiet s"u j . i i. ihi nut rnliM -tWJ,.B. Li- , .u. aebste. l- -- . h U. . ''.. m lb l bo made able -LVill be lone remembered by - ,i- u ,oabUese a mea ef talent. i - . . a a. . . ... ..J L. th. . r,a'TlBfi of petrioliem aod ba-.-rr; 1 . umi Ihi oseeiioa. W . if l7k tb T.JL.. .hick ha advocates, sios. oald bapr.4aetiT.of a " Vienceethat It weald oeetxey Bsc's; m ..a heppioee el " I" .-A haPPI! . ,1 perhape eomtuaaity, a. r-'TackT the land of recreancy, a . perhaps rnuaej. e r.,. iere f j, u ,..iy Ertr aotliuelaslio meeting atJfffoii- -H"c?l W lb. Chair. ..a W. P. jf lie miinjhi.nj bwn briefly Tin i" 7 : ,w,(o i0icxtouUOBiweuBii- w'thii L.wrg rn.tur...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 9 June 1849

LITEItAUY EXAMINER. Vrve flhc Mlaal. Fret to the eagle's wing, Cleaving the ena'e warn) ray Free is the moaniaio spring, Ae it raahea forth to-day : Bat freer far tha mini Priceleaa ila libarty; Ne hand muat dare to bi ad God made it U ba free! Yoa may cbaia tha eegle'a wiag , fc'e mora on tba deada to aoar Yaa may aeal tha moaalaia spring, That it laap to light bo mora: Bat the t&iad lat aoaedare chain Better it ceaaa to be! Bora not to eerve, bat reign. God made it to ba free! Free ia the moaatala breeze, Floating from airy height Free are the rathtug aeaa. And free heavea'e golden light: Bat freer thaa tight er air, O'er the ever-rolling eea, Ia the oiiad beyond compare God made it to be free! Thaa guard the gem divine, Thaa geme or gold mora rare; Keep watch o'er the eaered earlae. No foe meat enter there: Ob, let not error bind. Nor paaalooa relga o'er thee; Keep the freedom of the mind God made it to be free! (.From tba French of X. B. Siintalae J Historical 1 !, It wa Sat...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 16 June 1849

a - . ' . . .J 'in I VI I I 1 iHd ilu.o : - " PROVE ALL THINGS J. HOLD FAST -THAT WHICH IS GOOD.' volume m. THE EXAMINER; PjhllrfieaWeklT.o Jefferson Kt., next soorbtit on. til uir im w . TEH.HI. T.V nntt tIirEt ANWl'M.IN ADVANCE IX COPIES KOK TEH POI.I.AKS. . PAUL SEYMOUR, KEV1KW ,,, . lecture a I ' Sontl,, df i. if ICOVTlXV'ED.l -t er thing anouiu ne consiuereu, es- . . tl I 1 1 in regard to free Mates newly set- I . I of I i the tieficicncy of capita lied ; imo ror cm er ants who constitute HIIIUI.-"- I ., ... ,T .. . v .-, - J iiia ot ancuiiurj ipuiauuu. b-uui tiifv hax-e tune to accumulate capital by tiJ, iwlustrv, they woik at a great disad- .nta.-e. cu:x ired farmer uf the older countries, and the slave. loi&A' ertiigrants to new Dines. Tj; teiou J particular above-mentioned -.mp'c the difl'erent effect of the meliora t r, B'ud the exhausting systems of agricul- u.-e i.ioa the agricultural wealth ol a coun ,i cf ere it importance. Under the rieiiora-.ii.zVvsieiu, the farm...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 16 June 1849

awsnai THE EXAMINER. the victory is In out JOHN 11. HEYU'OOD, NOBLE BUTLER, r.O!TO. LOUISVILLE::: : JUNE 16. 1819. CJ" JT oend, occasionally, a number of the ExamiseK mwm who ore not ubocribtrt,in the kopt, that by a ptrvtal of tt, thty may bt in ducod totuboeribe. o CMlrtl mm Kxecwtiv Cmimium mm KemalwiUa. Wm. Richardson, Reuben Diwwi, Patrick Maxey, W. P. Boons, W. W. Worsley, Wm. E. Glover, David L. Beatty, Bland Ballard, Thomas McGraln, Lewi Ruffaer, Jama Speed. Wm. Richaidom, Treasurer. Bu4B BaLLaao, Correapoudiag Secretary. A - t all ChaiaUaaa la Kentucky. 'A lime baa coma ia Kentucky when the cbristiaa population of that noble and rapidly advancing State will apeak, and vote like chns tiana at the polls, and demonstrate ita love of liberty and right, by extending them to every thing in the form of man, that breathes it air or tresds iU aoil. It will be her greatest honor, aa I arr. sure it will be her greatest interest, to be fret in this great work." Alikakdec Campbell. UImi...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 16 June 1849

late.-eeers. rif ati iDt0 bi!l (or Mtrcblag the mailt, end then expired. Then cams the ecsndlary- petition plat, that oceapled the time .MMtbr aeverai veers, and considerably the coo try. until every body mw thai u wa performed' y ' f plsy nUying into eaca other bands, for their awafceoeSt at borne, and gelling ap an agitation .t -Hctt tba public peace and th pnblie bus- - ..a sv the victim. It than diad oat. Tho 11 lbs sbolition plots preter.U for a second .ail.ficaiio" tuiled. They wore what tba N. ... r . a I I II I a MlliaBlni. I . IflU-rprru tfie writ of area-ref to tie, no go! la tii meantime there waa an episode which WVl require a tun ouiury some asy, oat wuicn onlv be hinted at now, to complete tha pic tare. It happened that after Mr. Van Durea ciKtion. .Mr. Cslliouu became a sartor anp. pcrtrr of hisadmiuutraUoa;aad upon tba priu (p tttiat one good tara deserve another, e- rrieC hh support lor ina succession, i oat in- inlred a scheme for northern vote. There was ,:,v fdiy...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 16 June 1849

"SI" 1 1 tl f I dote ffitrt thtn him for free soil, and With more There ii taw lu the p r A p f r- - i iriffc.K'pr i infftt. rwiii mm;: I an iimsnnsni in amy anti. i "wiurff p.rirrf.j u c.M " i ! Senate oJaberlte,1; States, fonr 'date fcflr be I SlbB,uAkwMtben'4. straDjei lb lfTV, 4-Pt 1jUl-rixeail-XCioJllliooeJtt day eneech . " ul" sHiiT" , --.It shea feet to he (he (rati Blither ef tit j;,.SeWw.KhTiMt Uie said t. him: , cf State forthsArrtUeaoDiotofte of the Cabinet,! V . - . . - , . i , I ' . wiUteui haaiBg- mem: aeiajisijweif ns auiio V" faiaat Ue positive teeUaaooy nhitthey 7, ye thsreThs wonder woald be te fiad TheiB V"-after ? years, and so man r has pee af clerks;' c and Ik to te te remembered that e eae of Mr. K' alearto cabinet has been 8eislary ef Sute - sines last time but Mr. CelhooB.' V , Tbe fact ia estebliabed established by tie A Vales of evideoce , which eonvlace tbe fcaimio s2 ruled, ; evea tbe knout tiawilllng-Mhat Mr. CeJv ' v beaa.M a cabinet minister under Mr....

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 23 June 1849

kxTTCTTTT) t , A INI iiNJ Mo 1 I "pnovE axi things; hold past that which is good." VOLUME III. THE EXAMINER; fat tic 1 I Vlr Oil jmro en.. . . . k - - to !! Prt 0:H . I CttJIN. 1 glX 10PIFS FORTF.Ji DOLLABri. PAUL SEYMOUR, Hb'l ItkV , , . ' .Vert a eaf k- kGXiLllUO- He endeavor, also, to make an argument .- iist the Noitii, in favor of elave holding .,r'i out of another natisucal fact. 1 he c,...h i .somewhat larger excess of rile male oer feaialea lhan the North ts'. 'J'14'5 iu'bule' 10 lne desdiuclive .ices ol" lic men, especially ihe "young U1n and bovs " ol die .North. A little aa jtcltr miiwt hv W ,iIm 10 the dwovery of oier iVues for Uus deficiency of North ein male u.uotig the adult population, it ..v. In the highest detree in Massachusetts, where the females Lave a small nujority of naiuberi. 'l ' auiliaeut to mention two causes, whi li a:e adequate to the whole ef Firit the manufacturing system, ii. it extensive branches, eni uloyi'j tare majority of female, and iiereiuie s...

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