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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 14 June 1849

hope realized. Who will now say what a great People, struggling to be free, cannot do? Who now will over-estimate the might of Tvr- ny, with millions in its coffers, and armies m centre to circumferenceT The discomfi- V. u.e of. Nicholas by the soldiers of Hungary, &.kSs2t 4 I will startle rnonarchial Enroos like the voice or ?1&SHiPV God; and the nations of the old worlJ will rouse va.j--' from their despondency as at the peal of the MOUNTMSEiWIlL MM Mill1 WE EDENSBUliG, PA. ThnraiIajVJ"e 14, IS49. trump of the Archangel The crisis deepens! And in this crisis where shall we find France? Her impulses are all noble, and often successful. Her recent revolution was a revolution of bloodless im pulse. May she elect to assume that proud and prominent position which would so well be come her pledges and her character! - (T-TTrtE Sethtimel, has much the largest cir filiation of any paper published in this county and as an adtertising sheet, offers superior inducements to merchants ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 14 June 1849

. . . . p a g "ar From the Journal 9 f Commerce. . Sons of Departure. One more ugh this hour of parting1 From the life we live and love; One more tear of manly weakness For the home whence wc shall rove. Here is quiet there are perils And the bravest well may fear, One more sight for life departed, For our friends another tear. . But the land we leave behind us Is debased with slavish men; Thoughts, opinions, all are copied. yttlQ Jtirti hand holds the pen. Ktill wted as others acted, Sinl we think as others'thoagt, And wo shun the daring freeman ' From whose lips new words are taught. Eel me burst these lusty fetters, They corrode my inner soul; ; Let me wander where no olliors Can my words or deeds control; Where the free wealth of the rivers Is no richer or more free Than the fresh air yet, unpoisoned, Sweet and mild with Li'jerty. 1 will range with hardy hunters On their hoary mountains bold; They are rough, but richly inlaid, Like their rocks, witti heart of gold - Or, if slave...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 21 June 1849

it 'WE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY ; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. BV JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, JUNE 21, 1849. VOL. 5. NO. 37. II J I II I I III X - III 1 1 I ' '4 MISOELLANEUOS- From Oodey's Lady't Book or June. THP 1TAU1N FLOWER GIRL BY HENRY O. LEE. On returning after an absence of some years from my native city, I met, among other well remembered and cherished friends, my old school-mate and college companion, Herbert Belrose. Most cor dially did he grasp my hand, showing that the fire of early friendship still burned brightly in his bosom. You must come home and take tea with me said, as he stood holding my hand lightly in his. Then you are married?' I returned. Oh yesl I belong to the sober stay-at-home class of citizens. So you must ac cept my invitation. I will call for you as I leave my counting-room this afternoon. It will be delightful to have a good chat about old times.' I assented, well pleased with the ar rangement, and, at th...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 21 June 1849

ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER CAMBRIA Violent Scenes in the French Assembly. FRENCH IN ITALY. RETREAT OF. THE NEA POLITANS. DISTRESS IN IRELAND. HUNGARIAN AFFAIRS. a sanrrumarv battle, saia to nave wmu mimsiraiion nenner me indiscriminate place near Roah, between Magyars, in removals rior the new appointments, have rvhich both sides claimed the victory. satished the active' IV hiss. They do Dembrinksey has defeated the Russians not hesitate, in many places, publicly to on the confines of Gallicia. I denounce the selections of the new dvnas- T ! 1 1 - .1,1 -r.nA rintn Viol T"l a L l J - . f 1 rauezei uas buuicosi-u a i ""-lij'. .. jius, uitu, iuc aumimsiraiionis iaise Russian e-overnment, informing it of the to its pledges on the one hand, and to the organization oi the uepublic ot liudgary, most active friends of its chief, on the and requiring its lriendly recognition, other. The enthusiasm of the Hungarians is described as now amounting to fanaticism, " Mnior General Gaines. T w li! I .!...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 21 June 1849

' ! I 5 W7r.JT we MOMTAI WI1L mm & EBENSBURG, PA. Thursday, June 21, 1849. srrrTuK Sentinel, has much the largest cir filiation of any paper published in this county -r9 and a an advertising sheet offers superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making use of , $ his medium, for extending their business can -Jo so by either sending their notices direct, or through the following agents. .j John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. W. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third st Philadelphia. ss Wm. A.. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. $ George Pratt, 151, Nassau St., Ntw York. Death of Ex-President Polk. , J be rittsourg M ost ot luesday morning f brings us the sad intelligence of the death of James K. Polk, Ex. President of the United 5 States, which took, place on Friday last the l 15th inEt., a: bis residence at Nashville, Ten- nesee. I'c had been for several days suffering ! from a severe attack of chronic diarrhoea, of i) which he died. Tais intelligence, says the Post, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 21 June 1849

jp d m m, w . - Worship of Nature. BY J. O. WlltTTiER; The ocean looketb up to Leaven, Ab 'twere a living thing; The homage of ita waves ia given In ceaaeleaa worshiping. The j kneel upon the sloping sand, Aa bends the human knee; A beautiful and tireless band The priesthood of the sea. They pour their glittering treasure out Which in the deep gave birth. And cbaunt their awful hymns about. The watching hills of earth. The green earth sends its incense up From every mountain shrine From every flower and dewy cup That greeteth the sunshine. The mists are lifted from the rills, Like the while wing of prayer; They lean above the ancient hills. As doing homage there. The forest-tops are lowly oast O'er breezy hill and glen, As if a prayerful spirit paas'd O'er all the homes of men. The clouds weep o'er the fallen world, E'en aa repentant love; Ero, to the blessed breeze unfurled, They fade in light above. The sky is as a temple arch The blue and wavy air la glorious in the spirit march ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 28 June 1849

8 rv ft f "i Mm J 1 11 WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EL5ENS13UUG, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1819. VOL. 5. NO. 38. 4 A t 1 ! :? f -1 1 1 4 a 4 ---- - - Cnkintlness. Oh! could I learn indifference v From all I heir and see, "Nor think nor care for others mora Than Ihey mar care for me! Why follow thus, with vain regret, Xo ftflrve a broken claim? If others can eo soon forget, VYhy'ahoiiId not I the same? Oh! could I learn indifferenco Fro or all I hear and see. Nor think nor care for others more - - rhaithey may care for me! There is no blight that winter throws, No frost, however stern, , Like lhat.which chill'd affection knows, Which hearts foieaken learn, What solace can the world impart, . When love's reliance ends? Oh! there's no winter for the heart Like that unkindness sends! Oh! could I learn indifieicnce From all I hear and see; Nor think nor care for others more Than they may caro for me! MISOELLANEU...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 28 June 1849

(' -- .niilnauni.ii. njjj , e i ! ! I ! FROM EUttOPIS. ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA. VERY U AMD PASS AG E. - St.; Johns. N. B., June 19th, Five o'clock, P. M. The steamship America, Capt. Harri son, bringing Paris dates of the 7th, Lon don of the 8th, and Liverpool to the 9th inst., arrived at Halifax about 3 o'clock yesterday afternoon. The America brings 60 passengers. The Express, with the news, reached Granville; Pointat 3 o'clock this morning, where it was delay ed till 5, owing to the absence of the Express steamer. The news reached this city al- Tnnt at the verv moment when the wires which were down last evening were in or der. The Express left Halifax at 4 o'clock, where the America was advertised to leave at 6, wharf on which would place her at her "Wednesday ' morning, at 5 o'clock. British Affairs In Parliament, Mr. Gladstone gave no tice that on the 14th inst., he would bring forward a motion respecting the late events in Canada. Lord John Russell having given a pledge that, i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 28 June 1849

-V X i p. . p. i ? A -t. j l! 9 : i .If lONTAIliWllL EBENSBURG, PA. Thursday, June S3, 1849. IirATIOITS. FOR ASSEMBLY, Dr. Wm. A. SMITH, Of Ebensburg. ;.',-. FOR SHERIFF, JOHN BRAWLEY, - OfSurnmerhilltp. ". ' r FOR CORONER. P.'S.-M'CLUSKEY,-. 'Of Washington tp. ,' FOR TREASURER, :: JOHN G. GIVEN, Of Ebensburg. FOR-COMMISSIONER, ANTHONY LAMI3AUGII, Jackson, tp; FOR AUDITOR, WASH. DOUGLAS Of Allegheny tp. ZTThz StNTI.HEL, Ac mcl .e largest cir dilation of any paper published in this county and as en advertising sheet off-rs superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of -making us cf this medium for extending their business cin do so bif either sending their notices direct, or through the fullovsing agents: John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. IV. Carr, Evans Buildings, Third tt. Philadelphia. Wm. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. George Pratt, 151, Nassau St., Ntio York. Tcnpcrascs Lecture. V have been requested to state that Jacob Carter, Eeq., of Philadelphia, the...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 28 June 1849

II if I- . " i "1 i ' - it ' - r t v i i ?! I From Taits Magazine. " v 'A Spring Song., BT W. C. BENNET. : L Swallow! swallow! hither wing, Hither, swallow, bringing Spring. From Iho lake hath gone the teal. Fled the widgeon from the stream; Now no. more our bursting woods Hear the swooping merlin's s cream . Come, thou dawn of Summer, come Hither leaves and shadows bringing, ' Bladed furrows, nested eaves Sweetest songs the south is singing; .. Bringing violets, bringing Spring, Hither, swallow, hither wing. . . II. .'. . Swallow! swallow! hither wing, Dearest playmate of the Spring; Come, the celandine no more Dreads tbo gusty wrath of March; 'Golden-tassell'd is the birch . Emerald fringes hath the larch. Come, thou news of Summer, come Trills and hedgerow twitterings bringing Quivering mountings of the Iarh, Shrillest songs tho ousel's singing Snowing orchards mate of Spring! Hither, swallow, hither wing. DoQbt Xot. BY J. M. KNOWLTOM. When tho day of life is dreary, And when glo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 5 July 1849

.4 I i 1 ' 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE TTATJ WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. 'j 1 BV JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, JULY 5, IS 19. VOL. 5. IVO. 39. 'Jill rrf 1 4 t 4 i i : - He Serns cf Tore . Alts', lie cod old icd;i cf jora Have gone qaita oui of date Scrpasaed by Old Virginia. a Siore." - And lie "North Carolina Sine." N more are heard the p'eaainy nta r lOf "Ccininf through ike Eve;" Sal torn joa where you nnj, vou'.l Leir Suaaona, D-rol You Ccy.- T ainj- lbs song of "Home, S rt Hone," A girl could not t-e led; Cat &kk iter for toms -favorite tune, She'll atrik op -Urcle Ned; Than niab c5 ith "Buf.lo GIj,- Or alio wiib-Deareat Mar;" Forgetting Lualahe ever kneir 8s sore LearJ-brealLic j Ob. give to rat the ton ga yf jors, "That come arm irom iLe heart; That make each palae ihroS wiih deljjht, And bid the pasiioci aiajt Scg me lie sozg of "Iloara there Were, I'll crave sol what belona T the liit of 'nipgar" pj: I jaeaa Of faaiaooibie" aonja....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 5 July 1849

MOST IMPORTANT NEWS. SEVEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. AKBIFAL OF TIIE II1BERMA. Breadstuff Firm American Securities Veru Steadu Paris in a state of lie volt Ledru Rollin ,'lrrested Home Assailed by France, but still Invinci ble Great Difficulties in Germany Kossuth proclaimed President in llun s g'arythe Hungarians still Un sub- 1 t I I f " - . I - A. t i-t , I SI 1 1 France Dreadful Ravages in Paris Eagand against the trench inter- mention in Roman Affairs The Navi gation Laws at last Repealed, fyc. St. Join's N. B. ? ' . June 28, 1 2 P. M. The wires hare been clown since last niht until now. The steamer Ilibernia, Capt. Stone, arrived at Halifax yesterday V 'afternoon with 70 passengers for New V-k, and 22 for Halifax. She left for cw York at about 4 o' clock, and will arrive at her wharf at an early hour on Saturday Morning. By her we have da tes one week later from all parts of Europe. At 9 5 o'clock last night, we commenced receiving the foreign news, and at 1 o'clock, wc received...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 5 July 1849

5 i y If 1 P. '9 ."I 4 i 4 i 1 4 i f I 4 i 4 3 4 I MOUNTAlNSMTIlIi EBENSBURG, PA. Thursday, July 5, I S4G. PSBXOOR ATIO COUNTYXTOIVl- rOR ASSEMBLY, Dr. Win. A. SMITH, 6y Ebensburg. FOP. SHERIFF, JOHN BRAWLEY. Of Summerhill tp. FOR CORONER. P. S. M'CLOSKEY. Of TFashington tp. . . i FOR TREASURER, JOHN G. GIVEN, Of Ebensburg. TOR commis:iover, ANTHONY LAMBAUCH, Of Jackson, tp. . TOR jkCEITCR, WASH. DOUGLASS, - Of Allegheny tp. JJTm Sentinel, has much the largest cir culationqf ny paper published in this county ncf n advertising sheet off'rs superior inducement to merchant) and business men generally. Those desirous of making us of this medium for extending their business can de so by either tending their notices direct, or through the following agents: Johth Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. W. Carr, Evans Buildings, Third st. Philadelphia. Wm. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. George Pratt, 151, Nassau st., Ntw York. Temperance Lecture. Wo have been requested to state that Jacob Carter, Esq.. of Phil...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 5 July 1849

d w lit vx From Sharpe's Magazine. My Own Place. Whoever I am, whatt yer my lot. Whatever I happen to be. Contentment and Duty shall hallow the apot. That Providenco ha ordered lor me; No covetous straining- and striving to gain One feverish step in advance, I know my own place, and you tempt me in vain To hazard a change and a chance! I eare for no riches that are not my right, 'n Imnnr lhal IB not HIV due: Cut stand in my station, by day or by night, The wiJI of my Master tod; He lent me my lot, bo it humble or high. And set me my business here. And whether I live in his service, or die. My heart shall be found in my sphere! r If wealthy I stand, as the steward of my King, If poor, as tho friend of my Lord, If feeble, my prayers and my praises I bring, If stalwart, my pen or my sword; If wisdom be mine, I will cherish His gift, If simpleness, bask in his love. If sorrow. lit hope shall my spirit uplift. If joy, I will throne it above! The good that it pleases my God to bestow, I g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 July 1849

! 1 3r A 'WE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES .-POINT THE WAV WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBUUG, THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1819. VOL. 5 ISO. 10. INI T . vi I I iii hi i ii i ii I r V- I ' J ' r i.? ii . 1- r t I :4 ' : 4 4: ? Sou 11Y ELUNS. t'uvvers celestial, whose protection Kver guards the virtuous fair, While in distant clirues I wander. Lit my Mary be your care: Let her form saa fair and faultless, Fair and faultless as your own; Let my Mary's kindred spirit, " Draw your choicest influence down. MWe the Soft and gales you waft around peaceful as her breast: her. ilieathin? in the bteeze that fans her Sooth her bosom unto rest; lluardian angels, O protect her. When in distant lands I roam; The realms unknown while fate exiles nie, Make her bosom still my home. iviiscei:l.a.iteotjs j " ArrcsQjLAarim Burr in Alabama. ;, The following interesting narrative is taken from Mr. Pickett's forthcoming his tory of Alabama. The relations of the arrest carry upon i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 July 1849

PROCEEDINGS OF THE DEMOCRATIC STATE CONTENTION. Pittsburg, July 4, 1819. Pursuant to call the Democratic State Convention, for the purpose of putting in nomination a candidate for Canal Commia sioncr. assembled at the Athenaeum on Wednesday, July 4th, at 10 o'clock. Murray Whalon. Esq., moved that the Convention come to order by appoint ingMaj. McCauslix, of Green, tempora ry Chairman. Col. Black moved to place in opposi tion the name of Wm. Beatty, of liutler. Arnold Plummer was proposed as a substitute for both, but not being a mem ber of the Convention his name was with drawn, and Col. Saml. W. Black, by a unanimous vote of the Convention, called lo the chair. The following gentlemen were appoint ed Secretaries: E. S. Goodrich, G. W. Spear, J. K. Boyer, D. II. IIottexstixe and II. J. Walters. On taking the Chair, Col. Black thank ed the Convention for the unlookcd for honor they had conferred upon him, and would endeavor to the best of his ability to deal justly by all the member...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 July 1849

i, k i MOUNTAIN SENTINEL IV .a EBENSBURG, PA. Th nrsriny, July 13, 1849. ,.'' FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, JOHN A GAMBLE, i Of Lycoming. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY NOIVT- INATIONS- TOR ASSEMBLY, Dr. Win. A. SMITH, Of Ebensburg. FOR SHERIFF, JOHN B 11 AW LEY, Of Summerhill tp. FOR COROXEK. 1 S. M'CLOSKEY, Of JFashington tp. FOR TREASURER, JOHN G. GIVEN, Of Ebensburg. FOR COMMISSIONER, ANTHONY LAMBAUGH, Of Jackson, tp. FOR AUDITOR, WASH. DOUGLASS, Of Allegheny tp. i IETThe Sentinel, has much the largest cir culation of any paper published in this county . and as an advertising sheet ojfrs superior inducements to merchants and business men cenerallu. Those desirous of making us ofr,. Ihix medium tor extending tneir business can do so by either sending their notices direct, or " J - n i 4 through the fallowing agents; I John Crouse. Esq., Johnstown. I E. W. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third st. J Philadelphia. i Wm. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. t ' Johu A. Caiume. This gentleman, having received the nomi- , na...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 12 July 1849

Old Friends. 'We look sweet counsel together." Where have ye stroll'd, ye friends of old, Companions of my youth? Each walk, each nook, each dream, each brook Brings back the bitter truth; I call to mind but cannot find The forma I once love well, Where have ye fled ye vanished, I ask, you do not tell! I search, I roam abroad, at home I seek each much loved spot; My labor ends, but ye, dear friends, Like Rachel's babes, "are noil" I ask the deep, if thero ye sleep, , Liko sea-nymphs in u shell, , And echoes sweet, my words repeat, But Oceans will not tell. I ask the skies if there ye fly, With angels "bright and fair;. Each silver star, that shines afar, If ye arc singing there 1 ask each stream whoso glancing beam Makes glad each flowery dell; Euch bird, each wood, each crag, each flood But nono of these will tell! I ask the crowd, so gay and loud, If in its maze ye hide; The city's throng, which floats along, If down its course ye glide; From hallowed ground, the solemn sound Of d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 July 1849

I . , I . . "1 . it "WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBUNSBURG, THURSDAY, JULY 19, 1849. VOL.. 5. NO. 41. R if f 5 ... .1 V 4 1 HOPE. T MRS. AOT. Tha world may change from old to new. From uow to olJ again, Yet bope and heaven; forerer true, Within man heart remain. Tha dreams tbt bless the wear soul. The struggle" of the strong. Are steps towards some happy goal, The story of Hope's song. Hope lead tha child to plant (he Sower, The mn to son the sred; Nor leaves fulfilment to !iir hour. But prompts again to deed. And ere upon the old man's dun The grass is seen to wave. We loojt through fallen tears to trust Hope's aunahine on the grave. Oh, no! it is no flittering lure, No fancy, weaker fond, When bope would bid us rest securo. In beitor life beyond. Nor loss, r.or shame, nor grief, nor tin, Her promises may gainsay. The voice dirine bath spoke within. And God did ne'er betray. MISOELLANEOUS Ail Histo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 July 1849

ARRIVAL OF THE NIAGARA. SEVEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. The French have Rome at their Mercy The Austrians Capture Ancona German m ore Pacific Great Speech of Cavaignac Humored Par don of Irish Prisoners by the Queen. St. John, N. B. July 12, 4 A. M. Your Elamrpsarrived here at 1 o'clock. Forty mrrnrttryWl before Calais open ed his eyes, and sixty five more before Pordand i?ot his copies. It is probable, therefore, that owing to the inattention of the agents of the telegraph line you will be unable to publish the news so soon by 21 hours as you might have done. The steamship Niagara, Capt. Ryrie, with intelligence one week later from all parts of Europe, arrived at Halifax at an eatly hour yesterday morning, and was reported to leave for New Yrork at 9 o'clock She will be due at her wharf at a late hour on Saturday. The Niagara, brings 89 passeneers. prance:. The new law against clubs has already been put in force. On Monday the minis try introduced into the Legislative Assem bly a res...

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