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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 July 1837

LIMMA MHOim. I have feVvorh u'lto'n tho Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Mlntt of IIan.ThomiU Jcflcmdri. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM. Volume I is a subject of such thrilling the mcmorv of most men. in every ago and. nation, who nave rendered tlmsclvcs eminent, cither in the cause of fertile or vice, glory or infamy, has been handed down on the pnges of history. K -S5ong tho unlettered natidns? of the earth, $K?5find the exploits of their heroes and sa- jgea recorded in hieroglyphics, in wild and fMlantic tabids of mysterious tradition, icri graced with truth and impartiality, subject is not only interesting, but cal tbdtd improve our minds, by producing .afUCsire to emulate the examples of the .groat and good, arid by pointing out lb us fthc paths of error that lead us to disgrace fe'tntl ruiii. Tho interest felt in the history ofjan individual depends much upon the iftanncr the biographer performs his im portant and icasonablc duty, but ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 July 1837

VARIOUS MATTEBS. liVCEUM MEETJNG. ftt a mooting; of the delegates f tho con vention atrQ other citizens, held hi the State Capitol nt Hurrisburg, on tho evening of the22dlnnc, 1837. On morion of Dr. Jenks, JAMES CLARKE, Esq. of "Indi ana, was called to tho chair, and Mr. Dar lington of Chester, anil Dr. Andrew Bed ford of Luzerne, wore appointed secreta ries. Mr. Banks of Miflliii suggested, that as Mr. Holbrcrok was present, it would be de sirable, to have an expression of his views, with regard to the Lvccum System, before proceeding to other business of the meeting. Mr. Holbrook, accordingly, favnroll the meeting, with some very interesting and appropriate remarks upon the drigm, do sign and general-utility ofLycCUms in this "country, and exhibited many beautiful spe cimens of plants, minerals, drawings and needle-work, collected and prepared by tho ftiembera of several schools and social Ly ceums. On the conclusion of tiro remarks of Mr. TIolbrook Mr. Sill, of Erie, presented th...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 July 1837

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TIIUTH WITHOUT FEAH." Saturday, July 8, B37 tC?"TitE Visi6n of Confucius," a well written literary production, was nr ccivod too late for publication in this nuiri bcr, on account of its extreme length. it 'shall certainly have a place in oir next. FOURFTf OF JULY. In Cattawissa, Danville, and at McDow ell's mills, the citizens celebrated this Anni versary with the spirit and decorum that should characterise all such fcstiv6 occa sions. We regret, however, to state, that an Irishman-, while the party were charging a cannon at Cattawissa, placed the fire of his pine upon the touch-hole before the vadding had been sufficiently "fammcd down," and that it biirstcd, at the same time launching him into eternity. He has left a wife and two children upon the char ity of the world; ana" by his conduct he has given another warning to lhbc who cele brate the Anniversary of American Inde-. pendence, to prevent the use of Cannons on such occasions. Every anniversary gives...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 8 July 1837

wans mmsmmsomrxt From the Mountaineer. THE LAWLESS CUllltENCY, Wo did intend to have written an nrtirln on the state of the cHrroncy, for the espe- nai niiormatton ot the readers or the Moun taineer; but when wo approach the subject, wo found it so intrinsically ridiculous, that ivc were obliged to give it up, unless we rouTd strike on a strain adapted -to its de formities, and therefore wo "beg leave to tbmit our views in a few doggerel stan ds. And if wo have not strictly conform ed to the law of versification, it -will be rer mcmbercd that wo have selected a lawless subject, when wo write of SLKG MONEY. And is tins shabby scrap of printed paper, The honest representative of cash 1 Does this mean wealth 1 Oris.it but a caper Wkiclribrtune cut, when sho would cut iilash1 What is it good for 1 It will light a taper, A pipe or n scgar the worthless trash! If this indeed wcro part of "ike experiment" We weuld not bo so much inclined to merriment. Hut this.is no metallic Jackson money:...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 July 1837

1 MBF MIlJ)EllimAf t I have sworn uou the Altar of Cod, eternal hostility to cVory form of Tyranny over the Blind of Mail." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM; tdlnmc I. Firtho C61amtiia Democrat. I'tiii: vision op coxfrfrcius. x roLiTiciL ALLrnonr. "Tis Education forms the common mind." ffino pleasant afternoon in th6 s'ummcrof , I walked from my cottage for the pur pose of amusing myself Vith a ramble in a aeighboririg gr'6vc, after having read a very iftMcsfirtg debate in a deliberative body. The; pleasant season' of the year tho sc- ,ren6 aspect of the heavens the music of tthejjbirds Hhe verdure of the landscape, & the murmur ttfthcrifls. snrithnd rav mind Jntoltfahquilitv, and unbent the tension of thought, occasioned by my previous read - ihgA After having walked myself weary bygaining many a summit for a prospect, jWiil descending many a Hope to examine 'Ujojbrakcs and the minerals along the brook, -lljreturnci to a rustic scat near my cot, shaded ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 July 1837

derations, and'ho never smiled during the time he hold that weapon in his hand. U course was diffcit.from thaYof-rrtolti-' crs who had wielded weapons far whiic they used all their efforts to destroy' the wall, he exerted himself Hvholly ' to drive away those who were plastering it over with mud to destroy itstransparency. He drove them away and kept them in check, till his associates cooly purified the -partition, -washed tfff tire Wood, mud and impu rities with which his adversaries had pol luted it until having secured its transpa Tency, the multitude with one accord carri ed our hero and placed him on the greatest eminence in the path of preferment, "from which, after a s'easbn, he cheerfully de scended and took a path which conducted him directly back to the road of "domestic avocations"r from which ho was trans planted to an eminence at the termination tff-the way, "This man," said the inter preter, "is Georoe Washington." My interpreter requested me to turn my attention to an...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 July 1837

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TRUTH WITHOUT TRAIL Saturday, .!y fl55, B837. tOTho communication of 'Sit.ctatoh in innilmiesililn bnr.nusn wc neither know . tm niiltnH tmi 1i!u 1 nntrrii niifl 1inVni1cn t. reflects on the private character of an i'lnli- viuuni. uc can nave u atram i;v ennme at nnr rtttinn JCr" The original communication in our nrrsnnt ntimhnr ins n.vrluiind our usual va- j ' iiliri tut itti nvtnnnn Intwrflt tt'tll Ivrtll ronn' i ilm null inM i it r fid .Vivft r t viir ozmncv miDiisncu in our cunuu nuiiiuur. K7The Address of llit) A"hti-Barik Con- tTiiiftmi ni 1 1 nnrtnnr in rtilt tinvt . ADJOURNMENT; The Reform Convention adjourned yes ierday, to meet again oft the 17th of October . nr ; ii !..! 4 : ... J1UAL u luiuiuu iu una uuiLiai iiiuiiiutiuu 41im lmrn ti i I aim nninn flint tlio rfi. 0 , 4 fa " i o- ux.ietcd from cahdidatcs for the assembly itMii trtvn innm unitin lncrriipt nim in rnsnnr i tn inn rrrnnit nrr ni p.nnnnrs in it lmmur misli fiin finnnfrv - run rr i in 1 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 July 1837

i VARIOUS iff" ATTEUS. j XNYntU)N OFTHE OHIO BANKS. In pursuance of nolirenssucd tolhtlv hv the Banks of this city on the 20th ult. n rnn. Yention of delgsic3 from the Banks of tin state assembled m Columbus on Tvlontlay last for the purposo of considering-" the proper 'course to bo -a'donte'd to secure the kitizons. from overissues of bank pnper, and -to rcguiato, as tar as practicable, thenirren- cy between the Banks themselves tind citi zens. Wc learn, from tt printed copy -of the proceedings of this convantion, wliich Was placed in our hands at too late an hour V appear at length in this day's paper, that -of thirty-two Banks in this stato, ttfenty throc had delegates present: -arid thai three "others, vhoso delegates were unable to at tend, forwarded statements oHheir condi tion, -which were laid before the conven tion. Wm. E. HtnjAnD, Esq. ofSt. Clairs villc, was chosen to preside over its delib erations, and J. Dklafield, jr., Esq. of 'Columbus, was appointed secretary. The s...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 July 1837

'Villi BIA M1I0CUT. "I ht-re sworn upon the Altar of fiod, eternal liostlllty to every fo'rm of Tyranny over the Mind of Man." Thomas jeffenrin. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAfa. iighn If Til Volume I. ibfthc Committco appointed by the Fourth of July S? Anti-Uank Comentlon KtO THE PEOIM-E OF PENNSYLVANIA. Fkllow Citizens The crisis that now imnpnila over diir countrv will uislifv this 'address to your calm judgment and enligh tened patriotism, and secure for it, wc trust, a .careful and dispassionate consideration. I It is less the duty, than it is the natural disposition. of inteliioent and reflecting, men. fon nil 'occasions of doubt and difficulties to fwcigh well every source from whence light fKSto direct their course, or relief to m'itigatc fJthc evils, they suffer can he jcxpected. We ."53hall make no apology nor invoice your at Ltcntion further, than to appeal at once to your KU-.-ll! . l:L 1 . jniunigcni uiiuursiuuuiiig, iiuu asii yuu to 511 'J i...:.u 1 . a Vnhc hi...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 July 1837

lite stockholders direct & effectual restrain' the issue of notes to an equal proportion to that capital actually paid in proliibit the issue of notes of a less dcnomlrSulion than B20, and cvXmlually a large amount limit the nmoent of capital and ihthiumbor'of banks in the state, and weslndl ve'rv speed ily reduce the credit system to a sound prac ticial standard annih'ilnte Wild speculations forever prevent the suspension of specie payments, ami lay a sdlid foundation for a bliler ivrrency, by getting -rid. in a f ew yean, of the whole system itself. This is the basis on which future legislation must -proceed, w restore gold andTiilvcr expel small 'hotos, and bring the banking system within the teach of the people. The first step, Fellow-Citizens, is to elect such members to the legislature, as will honestly and faithfully tfdhertj to these principles, Elect Mo 'man, Avho will not f ledgefciinsclfto Carry them into full effect. Do not deceived by the hypocritical-professions of...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 July 1837

JtSTho Democratic committee of Dele ratggkin the Kurd l-ongrcssional llistrict ot Pennsylvania in tiicir address to the Elec tors of that District, thus hit off to life tli'e picture of Whiggcry. "But can we rely on the professions of a partyijvhosc history, from beginning to end is a DECEPTION; of men who coil and chaiicc their parly name and political creed witliUhc same facility that thii snake chan ges'his skin; who have successlully ap "OANS, PEACE PARTY, NATION- AMEPUULICANS, INDEPENUEN i DEMOCRATS, HANK MEN, W11IGI5, and now, oh' monstrous! FRIENDS OF HARD MONEY ! ! ! of men who threat en war in time of peace, and cry peace in 'timolol" war! of men who in '28 opposed qjrnilitary chieftain on principle, and who jffljbo did not blush to harness themselves 'td$U! triumphal car of a INTUBATING 'GENERAL!!! of men who preach aboli- tioWnthc East, and Slavery in the South! wjo?while they reluctantly admit the evils broupht upon the nation by their PAPER B7NKS, propose as a specific ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 July 1837

CHMST'ST ENTlWOE INTO JERUSALEM; r y. r. WiixH. Ho satnipoitUwasaVcolt, and fbdo Towards Jerusalem. flcsidc Mm walked Closely and silently lluTfaithful twelve, And on before him went a1 multitude, Shouting hosannas, and with eager hands nn?'tfi$ l,,elt Barmc,ita thickly in the way. I li unbroken foal beneath him gently stepped, Tamo at its patient dum,t(hd athc song BOf "Welcome to the son of David,'' bur's! Forth frohi a tltVuSand children, and the leaves Of the waving branches touched its silken ears, It turned its wild ejus for a moment back, -And then subdued hyan invlViblehaml, TMcekly trod onward with its'slcridcr'fcet, t The dew's last sparkle from'tho grassha'dgoho As he rode up Mount Olive. The woods 'Throw their cool ultadon's directly to the west; And tho light foal, with quick'dnd toiling Wcp, And head bent low, kept up its unslackrned'way 'Till its soft namc-Was'liftc'a'btltohYd Sent o'er the mount from Jordan. As he reached ;The summit's' breezy pitch, the Saviour rais...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 July 1837

I liao sworn upon llic Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny ocr the Mlutl of Mali." Thomas Jefferson. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY JOHN S. INGRAM. Hwf tar aim tana i&MPiim'E'aIsm Front the New York 8lnr. "'THE BEAUTIFUL SLAVE. A gentleman of fortune in liis city ha3 lately received a letter from bin brother, who is President of one of the Mobile Banks- who mentions, among other mat ters relative to the present distressing times, spinofintoresling incidents touching the sale 01 incicuccis 01 a miu iiiurciiauiui iiiul uny MrflTJ: This gentleman was possess ed "blja beautiful female slave, about 18 Vcarslpf age. At'thc North she would have ibecpitakcn for a brunette, being as much unlike the French Creoles as possible. In- dcqd'ii was said tliat she had not a drop of French, and' but precious little African lilood in her veins. Nevertheless she was la slave ul tho time of her master's failure, andjas such became the property of li is Creditors. An individual" (a bro...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 July 1837

learning taught'ln schools, and the educa tion of books, ate beneficial in their place: yet these are not indispensable' to Oman's enlightened tlischa'rgc of his duties as-a cit izen. A stron'g-mituled, s"ou"nd-jlidging man, educated by observation and thought, and deeply interested in his country's wel fare, thought ho may be so unskilled in school-boy acquirements as to bo unable to write his own name, or'cven'fead'that of his chosen candidate, is yet far more capa ble of rightly using his nrivileraf vnlinir. than the. graduate of college, who has cir cumnavigated, tnc 'whole circle of the sci ences, and is familiar with every written language, but who haa-ncver spent a thought upon the government of his country, or upon the requisite qualifications of its offi cers. 1 he education of children is ho w be coming usuojeci 01 great anu engrossing- interest, -ana it is anOblo cause tor exertion. This is planting for the coming generation: but cannot something also be done for the pres...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 July 1837

J: ''MM fit -J lTIIE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. -iti if "7 -i . r-t m w ' "fC7AVc arc under many obligations to Mr. Smith, one of our- Delegates to the Re -form Convention for the transmission of missing numbers of the "Daily 'Chronicle' since llio adjournment of that body; and ' also to Mr. Hauius, of Union, for similar "Jfavors. UCJOur far.ners are busily engaged at harvesting; and it affords us great pleasure to announce the Hint, that irom all appcar- B . . Ml f. 1 1-1 --.- taiccs Uiey win oc ampiy rewarucu ior their toils, by bountiful "crops. Wheat, Rye, Conl, Oats, Potatoes every thing in fact, promlses'to yicld'abundantly; and .wo may confidently calculate on a great do feline in prices on allH'liesc productions in the course of a lew weeks'. WEST BRANCH BANK. A board of Directors havo been chosen for this iiistitufion, who have elected John HI. GnwnKX. Eso. its President. No T Cashicr has yet been appointed; and, from wnai wo uiiuursumu, u win uu aumu Hint ffiencc before the Bank w...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 July 1837

From the Baltimore Monument. MISS BEFORE TEENS. DV 01LE3 M'aUIOOlM. Mamma will you plcatc lo fprcad A little sugar on my bread, And momma, deafest, if you please, To cut'a'Iittlo bit of cheese, Just a very littlo bit) I'm grown too largo now to be carried; To-morrow ma, may'nt I bo married! 'Come Helen,' said Mrs. Henderson to her daughter aged eleven, 'put up "your beads and trinkets, and prepare for bed, it's almost eight o'clock.' Tndeed, ma, I cannot, afford to do any such thing as go to bed so soon,' replied ' the young lady, 'I'm entirely too old to be talked to in such childish language, and be sides, Mr. Kingston is to be here, half past tight, there's his card in the rack now" Mrs. Henderson was dumb in astonish mcnt for a few moments after her woman ish daughter had done speaking and prompt ed by curiosity, she examined the card rack, and sure enough, the 'compliments of Mr, George Kingston' were there in old English letters on a beautiful embossed card. Mr. George Kingsto...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 August 1837

)in m: r. c let fat on lieni, tl-i I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over, tho Blind of Man." Thomas Jefferon. Si ial clian- lo r mr. I; c him favour lu wotk ItAN. anil 1" ;jm t!s.-' ion, U Ian. I, if to kid .n a mm lied inc. I. in Hi- laic f ci' alio. a Ily r, rs (lci'in Ills, ai.d blcajlii: lllllClCll) i-ir new IvO fU')' Ik i.i uc- lU.ll to I b talcs, III, wit!) he pro- tic wilt, 5 of the iron its, nor lie sur- P with lllliui. y he inn- Jtlmlli Ito pr ume oi Brest to r ItacheJ ; Int.. t JlOl'Ou:. In n ml I of tlio 1 Lu liccK o Ti In) 1. - lcrk num " carti El, OTf II an.' L' one h-opor Jpur.e ire BUte Irian's Iriirrr note lir five bin and I ma lit the III br Ilcaco it lie Ivillc, Incul and Irrtti bu- ksof l,d a Ittii' it Volume E. ip3Eijhb,s:c Fnosi Tim Mocntainekiu r- THE UNLAWFUL TENDRIL Tlio Sheriff conned over a small dirty book, Which ho used as a portable docltct ; And then, with a stern and unmerciful look, llo drew a ca. sa. lrom...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 August 1837

a COMMUNICATION. For Iho Columbia Democrat. LYCEUnrswSociA societies. Mr. Ingram": I have frequently been in terrogated on the subjectf Lyceums as to" their object and utility, and beglcavo to reply through the medium of your useful Ppor. I approve of the plan suggested by Mr. Kolbrook, in his discourse on that sub ject, in which ho Tccortimends'thc -forma tion of "Social Societies," consisting of any convenient number of neighbors: The meetings to be held as frequently as the daily occupations of the membors will nd mit, for'thc. purposc'of "talking over" In a social way, (without all the cold formality of rule and order, and without the labor in cident to '-elaborate -speaking,) various -subjects, calculated to improve the mind. The advantages resulting from societies of this kind are two fold: First by furnish ing useful topics of conversation'and 'filling ' the mind with wholesome ideas, it tcnd3 to exclude a train Vf frivolous or wicked "thoughts, durihg" the recess of the soci...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 August 1837

I MARYLAND ELECTION. The result of the election in Maryland S proved most glorious to the cause of cmocracy. The Federalists have been ?tcd "horse, foot and dragoons;" and'ihc irrect nrincinlcs of covcrnment have been istained by overwhelming 'majorities, fessrs. Howard, McKim, Thomas, and oimiiNoToN, the Van Uuren'catuliilatcs, C bledted, and probably others of llie same radical" principles. The Federalists IjjSfsamc who style themselves democrats jrcabouts) are abusing the people for ig iranco and stubbornness; and the Dcmo afs in every quarter arc giving three iters for Maryland and Democracy. JCjOur Canal is in a most horrible situ ton iriwant nd consequently it must be owing to some itsinanagemcnt in those who are appointed ificccp the pdblic works in order. It is ith reluctan.-e we notice the neglect of tlic officers; but facts, and the complaints lie people generally, demand a notice fjthosc mismanagements. They subject ommunity to groat losses and delays; and cFhope due dili...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 August 1837

JMisciaAy ko'u g' items. The annexed articles came under1 our notice in tho Boston Daily Advertiser. Wo think our readers will' yicruso them with the same interest and gratification that wc have lionet Tho Frst Celebration of Independence In Ilostun. ' The two following descriptions of the colob ration of tho Declaration of Arhcncan Independence by the citiztins of Boston, a few days after the intelligence was received from Philadelphia, will he read with inter est. The first is a narrative published 'at the time in one of tho papers- of the day, tho other is the narrative of a British "offi cer, then "prisoner fin parole, who was an invited guest. Tho tone in which he speaks of the proceedings, and of the treat ment of himself and fellow prisoners, is well deserving' of remark. From tho NcwEngland Chronicle, ofJiily25, 1770. Thursday last, pursuant to the Order of the honorable Council, was proclaimed from the Balcony of the State House in this Town, the DECLARATION of' the A MERIC...

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