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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

Suicide. A man by tho name of Robert More committed suicide this forepoon, [20th] by throw-jug liimself in the Susquehahitv river, at the head ot the Island near tlie point ill this village. Tlie water was not two feet deep, and though a man on seeing him go in the river, tiutj 11 short distance qff, hastened to him, ho was dciid before lie could be reached: and the efforts of Df. Burr for an hour to resuscitate him proved unavailing. He was very drunk at the tune,' and probably resorted to an unusual quantity of liqtior, to accelerate his death. He was the day befjjrc turned out of a house, and himself aud family consisting of'a wife and three children,vthrown, on the streets. We understand that in consequence of threatening injury to others a warrant was ^ Issued against him und he was bound over to keep die peace. He was an Ameriam. about 47 vears old, and had followed for spme time past the business of sawing wood. His disgraceful end is undoubtedly one of tlic legiamatc f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

The territory of Minnesota, The new territory of Minnesota, is destined to. become <"ne of the greatest and most flourishing states of tlie West Its chief towns are St. Ptu.l, situated on thei Mississippi river, about six miles below'Fort Snetling, mid fourteen below the Falls qj St Anthony, and Stillwater, at the head' of Lake St. Crois, which!-!* tho most nrirthetn'.point of certain steamboat navigation in the Mississippi"Vi*Uey. St. Paul has a Population of alwut 8O0 souls, hrtd Stillwater something more tiiat" 1000. We notiii that a newspaper lias already been established at St Paul. It is'tealled the J/iaiirsohi Rean&cr , juitl the first numljei) belirs date April 7Ul It is about one-fourtli the sjza pf the A>«,-"1 but it is filled iyith higlily- interestiijig matter concerning the ncrw territory—its bourn :tryi, topography, climate, soil, Waters; timber, agricultural and manufacturing capaci ry,'beauty, sett lements, and he.tltht"ulness. These Varie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

A fee for ¦ 3cncjal %v!»r.- - ; - ; ^ It is noiv about two 110:1 th- si'j-o Contrive Hi ,;c- j •el lit, 3:r:k,:ig of Out Do'J ii- (:.-.ld C>ins ac the! U. S. Mbitj yet, up to this moment, not one such coin, so far 11s we can liaru, has made its appear- j anee. Ine officers of the chief among oar four Mints pretend to be gittmg the dies reaviv, but v they make a wretched!/ slow bu'-iuess of it," and it ] is notorious that tlwy ii their wisdom have decided < the act of Congress ;m. unwise one, and the .Gold Dollar a>ort of coin '• 1 ot fit to be made." Whereupon they are hanging back as stubbornly as possible, calculating that tiere will soon be a flood of gold in frpm California, wtiich will keep them busy coining in.the old way uid afford a- ^ -id excuse for coining as few Gold Doi lars as- possiu.e. j Sudi, from all we ca 1 gather, is the disposition which controls tlie mai agcirs of tho Mint at Phila-I delpliia; and we respe rtfully request the President...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

;|-5;,i5--Frpmthe;piiladeljgh^ s ! • I i| ||No|ftSrasiblanal. ¦ ••' M&£$&x§$Ule ft*™rf^'«f the- General iSSSr^ *f° ^sessiobofthe SS00 ^,'?a ?*p1etion of the; North w^tsssm JeetiU but so4 nas^n^S&«». •*« i % thje^to-no^ingfrom^fi^i^ J fif communication nltii ournra^,^^^*^ mrn%tru* ^f tf,wo%l th^MJovS; tar duyas'it must una ec these prpTisksas.'^iw.,*™ fieldss, steadily md surdyj progressi to 'cobhSc 011J— " N . '--]•'"¦¦•-«'.••?'.'¦' .- ,•"*"' kl is ill. That the (Janal CommiRsinncnha «^A itiL' lire hereby authorised to appointa competent ew' ginecr and supcriu tendent, tij .construct and super-!uiteiid the completionbfthe North Brandt Penn'lylvjinia canal, ^ " ,|" .7, "", i! § ;S5, That whai ever balance .of »nioney remains iJn the treasury UQippropriated, after the payment' ;6f tlie August and February, interest !;in each ,cnfjjent year' shall hat e. been fully provided for, shall, ifor so long a period as tnay te necessary; and the ¦ jsame is;hereby...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

Political Proscription^,'., ^''''"'• ¦ iaiC t eimsytratifin invites; an issue,. and ^dOr Hands a reform, in relation to thjel course"wjjich ¦ jioiid be tuloptird 1>;, a party iu power,.in dispeu-•insj its.patnuiiigo. -There are but jtwo; parties jbebni the I'oun'.rv. ; That wliich opposes and fliat kvhH;li sustains thH present ndmini^tration. ix ...i\ ; Nothing ikls betfn said, nothing has, been -done. k-tve in reference tb this issue, whicji can waxriuuia jivoftl of objection against r.n, |Administratidnj. the jOhijsf of which is <no, who has ^mr<iliascd the coafiidence of tlie country bya long life, of rai^e yirtiieji juluted to brilliant exp!"'ts. Of @en.i Taylor;.tlie preps iu the oppo: itioH-</ar<?« liof utter a doubt in. regard to liis'probity or his patriotism, i TheJiiOcofocopir^r, which; bppilsc the yirtllesit lauds, texebims w th; emphasis against (lie appointment, (by the Adt iinistration| of ite friends.'! The «?310 tuijimilie ¦...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

^^^^^^^^^^^^^™a-^"'>7K'*-T',K*F «*"*» : "-'^"Kom-tbc ^VYoTlrTnW i- -- Several ideg«r^-J^W WW™ that oti Wednc^yteMn ~W^ Rovol: Asent lwviflg Jxjeu. giwtf ta^p 2edbva rory lartei ^^lM^ uLinblvof Cmiad^-andagre**l.toin the V(^yc:^^ciUppropnatir1^;?4pO,OW Swkrdthe payment of losses and injunes sustained by individuals during tlie! ttfJJWte i„ 1837 and 1838, a body of the;1«W;»r (jranse partvrunderibcuHs,soi«p f ^ ;,rc said W have been sincearrcstcd ktM Treason, appeared in front oftbe£arliamfent Bunding ^hidi. -tficj injured wili.^nes imd sot fire to, desiroying the whole of'the Journals «nd Coords of the Legato* since L?w>and one ot ™ v,alu?bl-e -?1-bntri»in America (a loss winch is, in many respects, irropairable); also, the! splendid pictures, ftirnitnre, <fec. '/ *; Many, years ..siuccy one Ogle u. Gbwah, ^h * o.had'b«en-conn«3ted with whit ^called in Ireland m Orange^o&ety, can}d ^gptnada*nd orgaiuzed hundred* & Lctig^wit h uatl^lagiisfj...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

-Iffi^fKSiP^pnv^ pm. m^wXw&wti*1* ThejCanib.riiHir ^Te "'^lt -Boston this morning about C; o'clofek^t .tffon icsarnination of the pape^w.find jdie tbllowing highly^, interesp^ jm\to,!lfiom >^|l^niui§pley;,, t>: Num<sw^,'fch^n^esj^iiSvei^«lfitfri r^jJ&eii^i-^10 ministry of. tlie Sublime .Pprte, by which' SuliniaJiPacliajtlie gr«*at enemy of. Riissia, hass becoirie 'hiiriister <5f "War. The Turks have seized a'Ru.ssia'n'Custbm House, and are administering the~affairs themselves.— It is.ako isteted tha^ tjje Egyptian army-.are coming, up, aiid everything presents tlie most warlike appearance.? i - i Mr. Brisbane, (injted as an active Soeilaist and a 'resident of Ndw York;) has bee&jnotified to quit Parris watbin-_tjventy-four hours or he would be arrested by the prefect of police for -d^sUirbihg! the peace of .the State. He repliedjthat he \yould not, unless compelled, change his quarters. Tins News FROMtEcitoPE.—The troubles ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

' ,' IfdUCC ' ^ To WliLoleside Dealers (jfif/ jietailcrs of Merchandise ^ <fce, icilhin the C'dunty. of Susquehanna. In pursuance of the act of Assembly ^>f this Comra.onwealtIi,|6f the itlyday of May, A. 1?. l'84I,cutitled an act to provide revenue to meet the demands upon! the treasury and for other! purposes, and ait net of .April ^ Gth, A.D. 1845, entitled Van act to increase the revenue and diminish tlie legislative leSpcnaes of, the Commonwealth J" also an act paised the 22<1 day of April, A.D.|18j4G, entitled "W act/to provide!,.for the reduction of the Public¦Debtj'' tlie uiidersigned, Appraiser of Mercantile,' taxes for Susqueliannji County, lias prepared a |Ut of alj Mercliants trading,or doing business Wltliin sajd county, and placed each' of the paid Merchants in that-ejasSiWnich to,, luni appears right and j ust-according to the provisions of said ncte fafj asseiAbly as follows, viz; Residence, t Nanus,of Merchants. Gas*. Auburn, 7 IT. Mitchell ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

¦ji^uL-m . —, ;. :HoWes-< fc«^# ©Bile««i»*«!MPlKW» This, iimi ens^.,Eogiblisli!ueiit, thq. large^iand mosycb' mpli fc' oyer organTzpil, comprfaus tlie," best Eqitetrkn!iaa:G^rtaaMieTr«h*".JeTci collected, wkha-Stud gt.HORS.ES at^O^'IES.sspcrHjr to any'otiier.ij the country, w-iU^a8hjW.iii!' . 7*1,, . /""'.' MoiiroM.Mondairr'Mai/Vh!;:^^ ~p '•' / TJbeU.'UTCSrcus in'Hts progrM3;; tlirbu'gH'ftlie' eana'try.wiU bo'preccdtkl b ^ the' great triumphadt - ..-, ;.- .-. j .: .Gol^.Vkariot!, -'».,.«;, Vvj-:>-i . Drawn by 20 Creani.Colored HorseVJujd.de.yOi fed to the ct aveyance o'P ii celebrated'Ncw^ork Brass Band. -The magnitude and spleadorof jthis immense vclfclebaffies dil-aiription.'- It is'the'flNM one of mode -n timei wiiich approachsa the coUessal achievenicut i of art deocribe.d.in jtneicut diiirfory.-rr Its weight, t xceeds »-fvE tiws, and its, elabofsi^ carviiig and' {ildhig surpasses auvthing ofQie kind ever witness ud. The smiHus " '" ¦'-.'. '"'' ;";; ¦ - ¦' ' .. J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

;--7 [-^"l^r^l^lSfilPS <ki '-¦•-''^j^^pii^^.wa^m^ rpUE most distinguUhed PhyaiciaiM iin,.^ Jttrf ¦' '' . X Otfer counties; ve^^)^^il^pni gtU^^ii has been lai<l_jKaYfe 'bestowedi npott! itTu^OaubdiS;'; praise its a» article of rare e'icccUencc^wWe atit i! calculated: to cure fill forms! of Pin^noptty tfiinw:; !r than niiy other remedy, J«iojrait«.^ ^V&4^';0^S .. Read the .following" testimony ai^; judge ^eoi*-!;!' fully frbmit-4t w froai mien <5 laTo^^' rc^pe^a-""' Baity, no*t; ^'ni'p^rsoi« i)t"whm yof-^frwrWjJ oeionesrai ¦¦ ¦¦¦" ti i re •> • ,..-".»•-.--, «»;:, .« .------^'r«.-:-;-',: , : Dr.tf.i V.l8mith, Murg&n \>f Ike Porttf.&xtii, "£¦ Says--" It gives me pleasure to spesk >w«a fffn^.' bation pf.B^i.araoib^jne ai nkii^YiimSiS^ fWi^..; public; Ifyyprepiirationifci>S'«nU^^liiM»'' «t,;'."' the hH^'C)icrryi?Dcforal t f^i&^K*^^ I <3'te$liq>r-of.tAe:J}6iWonl'L0luAM0^1l^i^ speak with confi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

Agricultural. ' -. Ust of prbmtums to be awarUCd by tne busquchanna Couniiy A5riculturaliSocietyrat tho annual Fair to be hfeldMn October 1849. Ben acre of! winter wheat, ' $5 00 2nd best, doi' Johnston's AgriculturaKIheuiistry. Best acre spring wheat 5 00 j 2nd best do, Johnston's Agricultural Chemistry. j Best acre of corn, 6 00 2nd best do , 3 00 Best acre of rvc, • 3 00 Btsilerc of Oatv B 00 f BeMpkin of baiter 3 00 ' 2n^bek do 2 00 I Best of any quantity not less than 15 pounds, 2 00 I 2nd best j do do do 1 00 1 Bo^t cheese,) 7 3 00 , 2nd Bost do I 2 00 l Best cow. I 5 p0 2nd best do I 1 ' ' ;' ' : 5/00 Bi'^t hrifer. ! * Domestic Animals," br Alfen. Best stallion: pi 00 2nd bdst do! A ' - -3/pO Best brcediife marc, 3 00 2nd best dt> - Youatt on the Hqbe." Best pair gcldirigs faUcd in the Co, "Youafldo. Best pair 3 jjear* old colts, broke to harness, f ' "Mason's Farrier and Steed'Book." Best bulb I / 8 00 2nd best do! ' / 3 00 Best pair oxjai | 5 00 Best pair S y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

-•-•!•¦ -" .-•¦ •*' ^R7' i«rmjiW«.i: ^;;A'-\i-wi-'|^' In Jessup, March 1-1, Joel S. B<t»BEB, .son; of-PbilanderrMiflftidXSalomfc. iBaTber, aged 21\ years 7Kmtttths^d!nda»».ii:a« \A { In tho eame nlaceon thej234 pi7the_ Wuive iBWntb. ¦ ¦<* Whxuh JiiWD, eon of the same porpntfl \»gcd •w'.'14'yeors.',-. -n<,i,j...s' Lv:-'- J ;rJ- >-<a£v<i.-v--W/.-"ytfiha ftjregt iflg "Wticc of the death uf rW brothers—youiigi'n:en jsf-this' vicinity *iid' > bnf KW ^inc^fM since JpparenUjf bid as fair for longlife\ as any othe^Sr^-T;M handed in tonw'WceJks.sinpe, Jiut was.ac^dcntl, r'TOfelatd.]'''"'''i'"'1 / 77 '"' |\ • ?:-^'^^i&tx^GmT^m^iJnniin-Virgetr able.Fills are a most estaiordinary,medicine.for tbflcui« of lUieumatism and GquI, becituso they nbf'bnly c|eanse the stmnach'and bow'cls of those morbjd humors whicli. if taken into the circnlatiou' and ilirown>npan the,membrane and muscle,arc. tlie cause of tho above painful lnalad...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

T . Mew Hat and Cap Store* HE citizens of Moathise and vicinity are respectfully informed! tliat the subscribers have commenced tlie manufacture of Hats and Caps, two doors below tlic FnrmorV Store, where thcyi iecp constantly on hand andjforsule a general .assortment of jftttt andCapi of every variety and; priib. All who wish to purchase n. first rate article iiii onr line, arc particularly invfted to give as n call pcforo purchasing elbewhere. Our stock consists of Beaver, Nnbtfit," Brusn, Moleskin, SiBc, Musfcrat and Coney Hat*; alsoJ'Califqrnia^Sporting, Wooi, Leghorn, Straw, ijndiPalnilesjd!. H«ts\ Ac. Ac, beaJdes^-n great var iety of ^ ijen jd$ j3o*a' Clotli ^ anil! Glazjed Caps, cliildren !f:miy do, itc. &.—on slibrt; n| laige assortment of almost every article.in onr lin£. - ,-; By a wrict .attention tp bnniness and a .desire; to please, wc hope to merit and receive a libenfV.iiiip-s port, undl assure those in> want of Hats and] Caps that every effort will b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

FABMEEtS' DEPARTMENT ;Work. ^'^^^^7Fam \ ¦' l^iBwild he a bi»y time to. the farmer. M^^fif ^falreadycairted ont wher^ Kfceirito^iwml^a, should be attended tbi Pb^jrbur manure in convenient sized, heaps, at proper distances apart, and cover the topk of the heaps lightly with charcoal dost, pulvern^ent inuck or peat, or a slight coating of plaster of Paris, lather of these will arrest, in Mp at^eaast, the ammonia escaping with the Iraf jranba day.:. Prepare, ground as ear-)y as possible, and spread; no more manure at the time than can be plowed within a few |$jii$7 : 'If you cannot obtain any o^ the i&ye-hamed articles to cover tlie manure heap* until required for use, throw a few shovels full of soil over each heap. "^H fences are not in good order, see jthem aWended to. Gut, pile and prepare fuel for sumnier; repair buildings; whitewash1 sta-.W«b| clean out old litter and sprinkle with plaster, having every thing removed to the Jromposi heap that can make foul air duri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

LStafeht Rows in Planting. • ' " A little reflection will exhibit the irhpor-' taoce elf straight rows, in planting, in a {clear light i A cultivator, when rows of corn are perfectly straight, may in good soil be made torj>ass|within an inch Or two of the plants" Without injury or danger. But where'they are cooked as is frequently seen, itisj impoeribl^often to approach nearer than six 'inches,! or even a greater distance. Hence |tjs apparent, that in the latter case the! labor ojf hoeing would be three or four fold. it is also evident that in the case of crooked! rows, greater width between them is required,1 "lit order to allow the cultivator to pass freely i Hence the number of hills on an acre will be fewer in the latter instance, and may be estimated its only five-sixth* of the former.—: Suppose, also, that a workman would hoe an acre a day of the former, then according' to' the estimate above, he would be three days hoeing an acre of the la'.tir,—he would be, te...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

Correspondence of the Pennsylvania Cultivator To Drstroy Striped Bags, ME8SB3. Enrroae: To-destroy striped bugs and other insects, a brood of fifteen or twenty chicjeens in a small garden, will keep it free of the above-named ravagers. The brood should be hatched about a week before the vines and plants come up. The hen should be secured in a coop near the centre of the garden, with spaces for the chickens to go in and out; it would do you good to be, up as soon as light, and see the Hi tie buty bodies drawing the worms from thej cabbage roots, or the bugs from then* hiding" places among the vines. I have used the above remedy for several years with complete success. lam wintering 160 or more fowls, and intend to raise 12 or 1500 chickens, and I reckon bugs and worms won't trouble my garden much. I find fowls the most profitable stock ever kept on a farm. My hens I have laid between 19 and 20 hundred eggs (and that too, without any fresh meat to feed Ion) since the first of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

To Farmers and JNurrsnea. THE subscriber haying purchased the right of manufacturing and vending CrowelTs Patent Thermometer Cbnm, would cordially recommend them to every farmer and dairyman as the best chum ever introduced to the public. The principal advantages this dium has over all others, are these: 1st, it is constructed in such a manner that the top can be taxen off so as to give free access to the interior, which makes it perfectly convenient to 5ut in the cream ind take out the butter—the pbdles can be taken jout, making it still mere convenient to clean. 2nd, a thermometer is attached to the chum so as to show the exact temperature of the cream, which experience shows should be from 60 to 62 degrees.! Sd,<a chamber or space is arranged around tb^ bottom of' the chum for the purpose of admitting cold or warm water »oas to bring the cream to the right temperature without mixing the water with the cream. It ia well known to all butter makers that crearn too ¦ cold wh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

^SE5&a^a^a^Bf^a^a^a^B^Ra^V^E9a^ BSlSaB^BmHB^^B^BHlBI^Hk ' '"•""^ p^V * ¦ a A^^^ ^^^^^ ' j i BetveenMontrose and Great Bend. I A FOUR hoMHCUge will leavejjbntrose every morning, (Sundays excepted) for Great Bojiil arriving in tmie to take the railroad; tars, and enabling paswngers to reach New York, the sameevc-Itetarning, leave Great Bend on the arrival of the ears, frctt New York. \ C^ireM ^ Meomniodating driTcttnnd^rstnitc teams art) employed on this route—and theVpropri etors pledge themselves to use eveiy exertion to make their line pleasant and expeditious. \ A For seats apply at Searle's Hotel, in Montrose. J29 A A. MORGAN & C6: . t9"HJUaE-TO SUtAD tHIiigj \i Sean' Sew Pictorial Works for. Great chance for Book Agents to deaf from $500 to SlOOOoyear. I . BOOKS OFUmVERSAL trriLFtY. Sears' New and Popular Pictorial Works, the most splendidly illustrated volumes for families ever issued on the' American Continent, containing more, than/our thousand engravings]...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

WCSTEBlf If E W yOBK COLLEGE OF HEALTH, ' »W Jtal^Wrwrt, naitaJo, W. T. . DR. G. C. VAUGHN'S Vegetable Uthontriptk Mixtire. THIS' eelebfited remedy to corauntly iaemsujc its turn by tbe many cure* It l» making AIX OVBR THB WOHLD. It bw »ow beedcoe Ik* nit mtdidms for fsmUf its, and It particularly lecommeadedlbr. DROPSY! an Man* oftbts coionUlniimiBedlsWj relieved, ao f*at-¦ etoflnwIoatManiuu. SstPtmpUktfwtsstimmir This dbea« ia as IrtfbttSl, as Caounu, aad tbe stow aad draddil pcocnaorth*malady. U—tUfiU syMmwa \3efree wBdi tenden the patient «Hor<y mnstu to mms, tarns ooe oC In mo* dinrentint feaniRs. \ HITHBBTO DTCVKABLB, It «ow yjields o tai* lemedyr-and rhysieiaat use it p»blidk and privamly with peritet'saceeM. l*t«nyooewho hn ev« bad a symptom o( Dropsy, of any ebaneier, keep thiji article by them and if tnty would amid fit «»• APTLICATIOIT OF TUB KrtlPK, to wtrfJws tU twwm' tndUttks acemnUtei mtttrjitm «•». oMku OH up (lain, and finally smdimm drfi/U dMU,W>&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 3 May 1849

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Publication Title: Susquehanna Register
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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