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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 28 August 1847

"T3T ') at -vL "prove ali things; iiold fast that which 18 GOOD." - THE EXAMKBl, 3 VOLUME I. THE EXAMINE"; - - nr-l ra . . . - j u lli' an J i' rterwr St., set doof bul one Ta-a DoU.a. l-" niutr. in advance or Ttirc .Ojllai u r PAUL SKYA10UR. rriiiiiii- ,verr irtvBi "Ilk Jaellr a eat ' t.eael Falser, ri Ddircred in the Con- Vcnwn, ifW a' Hanrille, Kentuiiif, V AVr. Daviii ilh t 1:92. ii. CH.mMN: I rise, sir. in the C nf the motion now U fore you. siip. But "tt-nce for this Ualy, the ijovelty of Jul situation. the great imporu.nce fiiculty of tliis subject, and tin Cl of ! ins opposed .y gentlemen of latest abilities, hai too hcnsible an pssion on my mind. Bt I know Inrh of mv natural timidity, whi. h in. dses with years, tha oe the case; I.theref. rre prepared a "perch or the occasion. Sir, I have lived free, and 111 many re. oects happy for nearly sixty years: but my happln has feeii greatly dimini.shed, for cinch of the lime, by hearing a great part .Is. t.n;iinn cixx it-s groanin...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 28 August 1847

THE EXAMINEIT. 1. C. VACCHAX. Esrrea. r. O081T, Aasurrasv Esrraa. L0U1SVILLE:::::AUGUST 28. 1847. It may b m well to Hf, one for all, that, while v Invite th freest discussion, and per mit ear correspondent to apeak ia their own way, provided there is nothing personal or re pugnant U courtesy or food moral ia their communication, we do not hold ouwelve at all responsible for their peculiar views or pinions Fatfctrr Bier. There are few of oar old settlers who do not know the peat ability and sterling worth of the Rot. Davip Rice. He w as a man of "grit" a strong, honest man one that spoke well, be cause be thought always right We hare beea asked several times to publish a famous speech made by him at the Conven lion which framed the first Constitution, held in Danville. 1792. A friend has famished us with a copy, and we begin this week its publi cation, on first page. We ask the reader to pe nue it. He will find it far-seeing and compact ia argument. Every one likes energy. It is thi...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 28 August 1847

k-built ToW. harrying to eocap fr .i..A.. a of its deep prison, and .:rn7viatoIi,rb.d liberty. to wan- ar far y IBie r- . , ... .,t,r. were oyca with bravo WW, ' " - rt-.,4 .1,. fl,ll Of th VlCtO- "d gladly reflected th. flash of I n vlcto- ice under the .h.ttered arche. of Al uce'" . .i. lreiuadura, in a blood, " roll. "eufe' i-.ut. i:treiuadura. iW)B v . . . ... ir.UdUll i -j -J --- .!Afcuu. There the bridga of T"".'!,: "Vfi-. condensed .treaau. and ileieu. . . ...-th..r- errand , ii IV f "'I" a.mF IIIJ I' e M".r . ht have refreshed 11 si v 11 a , - . ... . i r lio St.rra. solemn, sua i-....., - v .......erre ever mauc iiiu :aiu . i.-. .tmiifr lias ever civm . -.il: I way no r.i.Si... , waters u tno 4,1 4 "Ulv WCt hive Witnessed battle, not pmsce ; . . j .n.i imireons. not mints are reliectea ni . .- w.rebouse.: 1' r vu .' 1 . on those of tn 1 '"'", " truly a river of Spain Mdi isoiateuouu 1.. . .t-r. n WllUOUl 1MMW. IU V without life; m b never Lid hi. hand fit. billow., nor eu!a...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 28 August 1847

LITERARY EXAMINER. lit to my heart at times " L'alll I hear it beat: And then metuinka it rings aad rhymes 1a symphony SMiplete; A annate born oi puie na vein, And fever Im the blood, . Hew nwfu! U this asms, strain! How little understood! If art could track the maa of art To tell, bv auch vague sounds. Ths thought that rush from brain to heart A through ild woods mad hound I would not let oos loved one'e ear Frees fondly on ray breast; Lost that which fills my soul with fear Should thence be heard or guessed. Tongue may tell Us talc of truth To lovcfal pityiugeaTk, And age coufs'ils sins of youth, Willi eyes thet weep lao team; Bat each, and all of us, have that Within us we would hide From even tho touderest friend o'er sat la kindness at our aide. The birds within the forest ting Till echoes ll round Repeal such melodies as bring A balm on each glad sound; The leaves tost fill. In falling breathe Out music -eud the breeze Wakes cadences that sweetly wreathe Soag-gsrluis o'er the ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 4 September 1847

x I .. . 4- -N "prove all things; hold FA8T that which is good. VOLUME I THE EXAMINER; 4 UrekJr on Jeffer-a i iiiv Poll... P" " ta " T",f .U -ulna Ihrri mftalba. PAUL SEVMOUR, r c M w, lM i I Speech DiUreud in the Con- Abtfa ispct u l?rr. David uice 1 :.-. COSTlXl'tD.) t slave is bound to spend Ins life in Lof his master, no one wui ais- hat he is not indebted to his . is under no obligations to him, is How can he possioiy te in- m, who deprives him ol liberty r . tJ,mff .W tn a ana am. "y - rrcaturer au u.. . - - U S ?r::nt , t f ...k.lcu.n.'a unrt Ihi nni I . wea umu uz ; - ": would it be, r-ut evidently to fly in our own 1 r.. nMn.trtmn to his labor: nor out oil. ,. . ' in propwuon to us , - v, M him. but for selfish rjurpoies. is not bound be euiJed bv nd hi'ce the r .l, u:- ,:nrv.-t the master is not Douna y law to give, Dut is ien w nirn interest or iiuuioi : oikj poor ..t-iP nken tails snort oi wnai is ne- . . i r I for the comfortable support of the eacu cessarv boJv. . . . ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 4 September 1847

THE EXAMINER. J. C. VrCHAK. Eerroa. F. COSBV, AMtrtiT Eaivoa. LOUISVILLE: ::SEPT. 4. 1847. rather atlcr. The great speech delivered by Rev. David Rice la the Convention held at Danville 1752 is continued on first page. It is worthy of every niu study. We would specially call the at- tantloa of oar voenr friends to it. It u a model tot simplicity in atyle, and massive ener gj of thought and argument. nr. Brace's JasUlrrst. Jamea C. Brace, a large plaater of Halifax Ve., delivered an address before (he Agricultural Ctnbof the counties of Mecklenburg, Virginia, and Granville, North Carolina, in which he proved the mprfitableme$ of slave labor, and the neccMity of both States getting measurably riJ of it. The Richmond Timee admitting the great in telilgence of the orator, and auting that he had traveled la the South to give the subject a thorough investigation, and that all who know him will have confidence ia his judgment, add, "we mutt aay that Mr. Bruce's conclusions are ouch as mast...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 4 September 1847

0 Jri.J8cI. It combine, with the RerUter. thi. sdditlonal Biare .Lvamanta of ''."" l;.-.h. leading tbouSni oi ui thsy, : .. .iudt. . a ..Muererr reader who The Slate I... rhlt I FVIHE WW arlvfnce; Corner hop u:,l..r m-i.'l SCOU U. wo " I BUUil"'1' ' .11 .1 r .... UmwM aaaairad OD.1V i(S Vol. beginning I. - (n " " . Na. 4 an p"t by IT " " Tux J i--Th. pP'r come to .1.!. filloJ " "''. m,,U ui. " ' b!e nutter, aud fuUy sustain, iu high tiki rei JaiJe popularity for vanely and character Lrtrful selection'4- ltairr CafTspdcce. if Edit of the Examiner: . . i. . r .. a.... vantf-O of vour raTLTiri -' ul" "I I" .- i ,.i,.l .1 vour office U procure copy, sportively remarked that U was my uiteu- fee conies of the F..if H" d.-!i of hich 1 have read a, lb great. a- f.od grc.tur proiiU Co, ud t J' 1 1 ll.ur lU4-utz - aie d?riveu Wttiou aad iuotroctiou irom me T 1 .r.i.- the I.iammer, if but V .. ,.rnw the twiihv aatfactiou I have nn its IhTIIxm- of ulaverv i rif f in, anil naMe lime; aud I luut ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 4 September 1847

:..;:? Si yfz. - f or wisi aCaUT, L. L. . ANfciU banth a trea i chanted chaarily ,v1iiui aong , a pjtaannt aong WUck rw-ao Mi( It all day long Whn tha triad blow th Uoasom fell; Bat a food God taigas aver all." . Thara wwmU a lady by Um way. Meaning ia tha im af day: There vara tear apea bar caeak. Grief i bar baart taa fraat ta apeak; Har husband died but vester-enem, And left her ia Uia world fortara. She (topped aad listened ta the child Tbat leaked U heaven, aad sieging , amiled; Aad aaw a at for bar awa despair, Aaatber lady young aad fair, Wha alaa naming, stopped ta hear The infant's anthem ringing clear. Far aba bat a few days before Had leat the little babe aha bora; Aad grief was heavy at her eeal Aa that awaet memory e'er bar stole, Aad shewed haw bright had beea the Past, Tha Present drear aad overcast. Aad as they atood beaeath the tree Listening, soothed and placidly, A yeath came by, whose saakea eyas Spake of a load of miseries; Aad ha arrested like the twaia, Steppe...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 September 1847

7 1 i ' VL-. W 'A. m m. - . ST I m . tv v a V A si-' -! w "prove all things; hold fast that which isgood." i VOLUME I. THK EXAMINER; TKKMM. T II.U.A-- per eu-uni, i advance, er Tni ,WUM rf sol -Hhw ' nlb.. PAUL SEYMOUR. I wit -.- Lr-I WSB" Vwr-- " Spetth Ddirered in the Con rtnlion, htld at Danville, Kentucky; lu the iVr. Davio Kice 1.92. (CONTIM'ED.) V To tall our HIow men, wno nave not Iwleite-, nor voluntarily resigned their lib- ertT, our proiierty, I a gross aiwurauy, a tradietion to common wiw, iw in- ..,:.. rd human nature, -he owners ol Jack slaves then are die licensed robbers, t ... .1.- nrmrif tors, of what thev claim freeing Uieui is not depuving them of their property, but restoring it to the right owner; it i suffering the unlawful ,t,dve to escape, hi not wronging die master, hut doing justice to the slave, re storing him to himself. The master, it is true, is wiOHgeJ ; he may suffer, and that grea'ilv ; hat this is his own fault, and die fault of ti.e enslaving law ;...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 September 1847

- V THE EXAMINER. J C. VHrGMAN'. Ewm. r. COSBY, Awtttn CMnl LOUISVILLE: SEPT. 11. 1S17. 1 ('mupiitoiit Wetave received a number of communica tion from valued correspondents, and will take the earliest opportunity of complying with their wishes. We shall publish them mod as oar liDiiU will permit. None of tbem will beover- loekei or omitted. Tate Knaistr. We desire those of onr friends who may not have remitted their subscriptions to do so. The sum U a small one ; yet it b very impor tant to oar success. Our expenses, necessarily, re heavy ; and as we meet them promptly, we hope subscriber ill mM their obligations as promptly. St-tuuing entirely aUof front all parties, and avclJlnj wholly the field .f, party politics, it m beeviW: to ever reflecting mind, that we cnnet saecesd rcu.IsrUv without untirine . . " - 1 In Ju.irv on our part, an J an earnest effort on the part of our friends, to sustain us. We have en desvored to do our duty. We hope our friends, itifiei with this, will exe...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 September 1847

ri .re 1 oo Impartial observer f ,r" Tlier r t Uje gub,ect of alevery tVta ZZa importance In public eatlmatioa. .""!' rtinf the alteution oaJI portion. 6f . state. I I" t,c"'' ? i". ...a ill Wfrt are i.ouderiD? it and re- i ini conclusion. fMjtn ,?,r:"r(,-rr. h-, been divided by "''! ii...iwt denomination hat ceased lo .eraira. tara.erly iu Hie Missionary ruler- prie Free 'tales now have their reatec- i Af Mriinn. WeY can . apprel.cn.iou, lest it i-l.ould i - .a . aI-..mi. f rr cf , .... .1.- that SUCH K ill IH It csniml If long oeiore wnj;. ll re"'" ., . ... .L. Id. reaiiuiisihiiil V ol M ill DC I vm in lieu i ! .- - i... ...t..mn tut. whether other slave 27,1.!.. . .Mi-h-a within ll.eirlim.t-. The lte if ' ""' tmh U , , i Iron ran, icralion if enlightened L., I .-' phUaolropy and religion, or i . l .ii.ireseei in lit mem. Iro n semn . ; . - ,. ... .Jinlliunii.i..s - - - . . . ... 4inrrn-4 r .... . -r. iv Ihf national miii'i "o nrrumMi. t, i. iikt. f p'--" '-'1 '"" ' 1,,.M,U Wnlion...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 September 1847

0 J--jRABY EXAMINER. Tk StavcfcM. mm Ua ruiM. ' A parrot belonged to a merchant sage, ( A beautiful parrot, confined ia a cage, ... ', " '. Ami mm day the food merchant' fancy ran Oa a journey of traffic to Hindustan. Ho bee's all ilia servants mud maidens coma, And bo aakod them what f ifu ha ahouU bring tbom horn? And each servant and maiden with thanks con fessed. Whats'er it might be, that would pleas them beat. To hit parrot he turned, and said, smilingly. "And what Indian rift shall I briar to tker " And the parrot replied, "When than go'st thy way. And beholdost my fellows as there they play. on, give uieM pit message, and tell Uiem Ui Ll Uiem Know Irom uie what captivity U! Ob, tell them "A parrot, a friend of yours. Who has danced with yon in these happy bow era, lias been carried away by ill fate's design. And now is confined in a cape of mine: Ho sends you the wishtis that love should send, And prays you to think of your absent friend. Behold, he eavs. "horn- I nine, alas...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 September 1847

ar; " '. j. :, ' : r . y nTTLTTTCi ' to 'r A i u tttxt ttti ttd ":1&W.- "prove all things; hold pastthat which is good." , t VOLUME I. THrT EXAMINER; .. , ... Jeff-fSBS Mil ' r A tT L s h u u " iavrry relief. rtntutn. heta ? hv the for Do id itici itj:. N(Ll"UE.) From the paaup in Gene, " ar l,vthe.Ko. tof ierpetual slavery. Abraham had servants bom m niMt have ln servants for life. like our Nr( -and h-. e they twlude that it L u-f.ii i'f-r, . ,,e,,"en v.bu- a.d if ilirt' cluldren born in our bat, to wale them servants also. From la 'f '! ' "S".1' lnal Israelis were auuionzru 10 leave uie . t,eir servants, as an luueri- tance to their own children lorevet ; aua hen it inferred, that "W v the t'liiluieii -" ii r. , if .i.:., i i , r am, .lai-M a. an innen. tam e to our cm mi cu mnn. iws imiiional in itlf. j"-11 ,;o, woulJ MVft liave ?iven it the sanction of his authority; aid. if lawful ' Mfel' fol low' the example of Abraham, or act ac cording to die law of Mo. None. 1 hope, wil...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 September 1847

i':.t V f EXAMINER. 1. C. VACGHAN, Earree. r. COSM AauTUT Eni9t. wtrytase. We have Wm ua a circular from II. Bees inu tad ether proposing to ostablish aa ' EntK(pUa ppr in Marshall county of that Slate, d a letter stating that, ia three eoaalie adjoining the peepieMare resolved en support log It- . At the parties concerned are matite Very soon, too, - we ahall bear of another Emancipation piper la Ckntrul Virginia. Thia wl!l take the. ground, that Western Virginia whatever Eastern nur dctermia upon, mutt me jrtt, and St will rally around it a rery large body of influential and educated men. Does not all this look encouraging On, f lends, and lis great work of emancipation vU be eoou begun. 3faryiaadT. Dr. Ssodciau attended a meetinr in Cecil county, Man land.-lie 26th uIL, and, after Jdreaslng it 'on the subject of slavery, the fol- levipg resolutions were passed: 1?W. That the time he come when our actional jealousies and differences should be forgotten in an earnest and perseverin...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 September 1847

a ., ..-.l i.f hia held ,n.' ,"ned but there U ...uch ,n artist or hit great of everpr.f - by these . u .j lauture f -- -- "l'- I. Arnold, in . letter MJidp f olenu-f ,MPjns ,,e F.,.io 0B M ,o tl.Hr l.ng..ge. F .i.....! man. I ,h'm , little w. he capable of h.ndli.g us, bin jn , , . . t .,n..iioi. n" .rti..i) fc- - m .iuid wMof tl,rm wha of cnp' " ., , . ... ..... i.i.-ritv- olm. I . o,M read Inn. thankfully, Zo(tUm,to pre. .hrUjK, r ,teie-gi. , xt. x,.nlrv. L..I..OTr.rr...rV.ilul Pr. "I w .t i-sniiot iruii o a verv j r ' Id to y. -to read ti.e account of Christian Qg p to the crlcl.al gate, after "" PS" Whtl.e r.vrr of death." And when, it. at the foreipu tor "f ,"u'r had reed i through aCa.u. after long inter val hae aUav.," ! b,',, ,ruck b Lrr- I uin now tru. k equally, or even ' l..- its nrofouiid ifioiii. To thia em- S" ' . , , , ...... , .... iaik couii.h b- liiatiou may be amieu mat oi me orator and statesman, 'AlarauU. U I.U l'o. tor .rnoid, w diuhii i r..i . m.tri.f ourK.ue...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 September 1847

r asv, par IM Bird. csobok w. rracMK, d. b. Spare, par th geatle bird, Nor do the pretty warbler wrong , la the greea wood U beard Iu sweet end happy eoag ; Ita eon j m -clear and f lad. Each listener's heart hatb stirred; And aoae, however aad. But Ueeaed that bappy bird. And whoa at early day The farmer trod the dew, It net him oa the way With welcome blithe and true; Be, when, at weary ere. He homeward wend his way. Full sorely would he grieve To mlae the wall-loved lay. The mother who had kept Watch o'er her wakeful chilJ, Smiled ai the baby slept. Soothed by Its wood note wild; Ani gladly had the flanp The casement open free, A the dear warbler sung From out the household tree. The aick man on hi bed Forgets bis weariness. And tarns his feeble head To list iu soars that bless His spirits, lias a stream Of mercy from on high. Or music in the dream That seals the prophet's eye. O! leugb. not at my words. To warn year childhood's hours. CberUh the gentle birds Cherish .ne fragile ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 September 1847

' " " '"' aanasnannnnnasannaBssasaPBnnannss),, i i snns P nwyM p 'i-Bovc all things; hold rAjn f 1 VOLD31E I. ' TIIK EXAMINER: ti:bji. T.-. Ih.ti.4 r .niiuia. iu aJi.m-e. or TiiKKt jkh J " ' " '"" JOU KW DttLI'M VAHt'. IU. rrUh- IK pe. I lies. .. . . r .1 . f IX.Tl.l .l bia, DKior of Marine, aged 53 yea.s or I -.. i n heha f of W illiam Meade. iineu i 1 l. illllil'Mll IVIIUIIiV. Ml. cih as follows. yjj j,;li;I legally required to make a Ultion, relative to John ilandolph of Janoke. I do hereby state my recollections swl. incidents, as" I consider calculated . I, . ..t.i.l tKtAi-n it... show tne s 1-' "l "" enod of my in-al attendance. l.aii'l '!;''! "ieo unuer my ineuicEi i 'i.j nf fT!. iii.in'l- I l.ir fare on 111 i" . ; v 1 .i. is t t ..t one ouarter Iielore twelv o'clock, lie breathed his last in a chain. Iht of the Citv Hotel. No. 11 North Third I was present at his departure, closed his evrs, and placed his limbs in a decent pc si'iimi. I w as ailed to visit him on the 2ihh iii...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 September 1847

THE EXAMINER. J. C. VACGHAN. Emtoi. r. CCM"BV, Amitiii Cmim. LOUISVILLE:: :SEPT.25, 1847. .gala! W beg friends and others to remember. 1st. That what correspondent write, and we Bsblish frwm others, is act endorsed by as. If this were Dot the case. Editors would be kept forever explaining, qualifying, iic. We ndavor to insert matter free from personality, violence, anJ excess; in this we think we. hare oaceeeded; but we are compelled, necessarily, to publish views that do not accord with our wn. If this simple rule be borne in mind, we shl! be saved aoine trouble, and friends 110 little anxiety. 3d. That charges brought against us, such a being a malgamalionisu, ic. &c , are utterly antra. No man who reads the paper, could dream of leaking euch a charge. have uis - cussed, and we mean to discuss, the question of y,. ,re in States. It was shivery that ,sr Mp pn.gr.is. and a dr .vlmrk ami burthen alavary thoroughly, but in away to give no drove them away from their native laud, an...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 September 1847

... Ml both I)emo- .rlirni. disavow, or are silent u th-Wamo. I'rovi- There is no unity of tl" lb tali- p"iu"r- ,"l;us' thew Bch divinity of oi.tn.on a. . -IBcn rvtlOUeriBoueastoiheextension t- conv,nU,u. what "J' Whi- f Hamilton county, Ohio, held P-rW, That Uif '' Mease. '"ff1: .itioi of!'"' " m J!iore anJ a ill (loiJ!ul"uMthe correlative oblig. 1 t9gU i.rA. ur sister Slates, in.po.H-J upon u tt ".i"io-. either i. letter or I. spirit, fcy ta tlie.n i ndor nd 10 1". e &Vo- Huvcry into Territory vhW lierJVr be acquired is not w ithiu IjSplioM. 'd C'n"Wt '""'nt 10 T C9,i .jcirfd the nieetiug, and f .qaiitiou of territory and the ' a of tu uucstiou of Mavery, either by sJhua a ! on or th abolilioa- hb. ether," "'' a,'f or Ji"S ,0 ll" Cii,,' bfOBicie.ih Wilmot Proviso. Wo have V report, not eve., a eyuopsis, of hi H won.ier at thiii. The Chronicle ' Mr Cor'in t Lave Mid of the Wli- JvYsticr forllirn.. they defeated Mr. Clay's CrL. .Ud tl. brouCht upon the country the ( rfU printed ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 September 1847

( LITERARY EXAMINER. tin" C the t itf. er . c. BRi Avr. Not in the solitude Alon may man commune with heaven, or see Oaly la garage wood And sunny vide the present Deity; Or only hear his voice Where the wind whisper and the wave rejoice. r.ven here do I behold The steps. Almighty! here, ainiJst the crowd Through the great city rollej, Willi everlasting murmur doep and loud Choking the w ays that wind (kind. 'Mongst the proud pile, the work of human Thy golden sunshine comes (lies. From tUe round heaven, and on their dwellings And light their inner homes skies. For theiu thou till'st with air tlie uutouuded And givckt them filestores Of Mou, aud the harvea of iU s.iore. Thy spirit is around. Quickening the restless mas that sweeps along; And this --. -.1 ........ Voices and footfalls of the numlwrlen throng i,me me resounuiug sea. Or like the rainy tempests, speaks of thee. And when the hours of rest Come, like a calm, upon the mid sea briue, 11 ashing iU billowy breast TheUietf the...

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