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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 13 March 1852

■ WITHERSPOON & CO., a Vol IV. No. 44. without un i ox, our independence and liberty would never have been achieved—without union, they never can BE MAINTAINED." EDITORS AUD Marshall, Harrison County, Texas, Saturday, March 13, 1852. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MOVING By WITHERSPOON & CO., Proprietors. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance, Three dollar if paid at the expiration of six Months, or Four dol íars at the end ofethe volume. Single copies, 10c, Advertising.—Onedol.jprper squareof ten lines, tor lesa, for the firstinsertion; and fifty cents for each fcabsepient insertion, ifpaid in ad vanee; if not,fifty per tent will be added to.the amount. To those wfcb ad? Vertise by thé year, a reagqgable deduction from the fcbove rates will be made. Political-, personal and business communications fjromotive ofincUvichial interests, will be xharged the 1h nte as advertissm^^Aad these, together \wth all publications required by law, if not paid for in advance, taust be assumed by some...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 13 March 1852

THE S T A ■55BS- STATE PATRIOT. £ 0 m,r «The l«n of liberty, of aH good govenam$pt, of peace mty. aed Uaippiness, must inevitably follow a dissolution ( EDITED BY WITHERSPOON & CO. Marshall, Texas... -•.JlarclrlS, gS*. "CODTDATÍIS. TO MANY CITIZEN* Who honored me thrgugh "pf the 21st inst., with a call to become BBlor Chief Justice of Harrison county, at ining ^August election,* I present my kindest «jwledcremeríts, My name will be before the people as a candidate aod if elected,I pledge mvself to serve them in the responsible office of Chief Justice, to the best and utmost of my ability. Réspectfnl'y, Feb. 28, 1852.} EDWIN CATER. gj= We are authorized,1o announce S. R. PER RY, Esq,, tW present incumbent, as a candidate for Ihe office of Sheriff oí Harrison county, at the en- suing-election. ^ [teb. 28, 1&52. Assessor and Collector. We are authorized to announce Maj. O. F WILLIAMS. as a Candidate for the offiee of As- sessor and Collector of Harrison County, at the en- saing...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 13 March 1852

m %*• ffiRg! *3¡ ss? =K E PIT RIOT stab state patriot, ' fc MARHALX?*Tesas, March 13th, A. D. 1852. Agents for the "Patriot." Cavbk Allen, General Travelling AgenU W'W™, \ Wheats county. Joss Allpos, Mount Mourn. a. l. Vawter, Grand Bluffs. Chas. Graham, Clear Spring. John Wilson, Gertrude. t Pine Tree. r, Gilmer. _r , McMillan's. E. M. Smith, Elysian Fields. j. w. MassIE, Waiting's Ferry. £> B. George, 1 D.O. Noktoh, > Quitman. 3. B. Stobt, ) _ t, . E. E. Lott dfc Wells, Gum Sprtng. T. J. C. Wortham, Palestine. A. Sterre, Nacogdoches. Jho. Gray, Esq., GreenvJU^ Dr. Smith, Postmaster, Tarrant. Edward Rogers," Esq., £ D&neerfield. J. D. Lilly, ) I. M. Ba*., Boston. w. d. Miller, Austin. ft. H. Martin, Paris. J. W. Wither, / Mount Pleasant. dr. Beck, • S Db. Wm. Raglasd, Shelbyvtlle. Messrs. Hollard, t sour laket Freeman & Sears, s r. W. Powell, . 1 j. w. Allen, i Orleans. Walter Carswell, j E. W.Wiley, j - t . 53 Post Masters in general are requested to ss Agents. - ~ "...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 13 March 1852

have this prac merit THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. commenced SION and under^the style of * USBAM, las street, aud hope from their jf the'city and its business, to e patronage of their Mends and attention,will be given to as also to all consignments tSefjpay be faporeidAVer^Re NIMMO >rr Reapect- DÜÑHAM. U&mtN OF CO-PARTNERSHIP. le^e-Partnership heretofore existing in ween the undeisij NÍ5IUO & CO ■ , under the style _ day dissolved by ent. E. L. Ñimmo having purchased of A. B. Woodruff is alone charged with it of the affairs of said concern, and i name of the same in liquidation. E. L. NLUMO, i , % 'A. B. WOODRUFF. £~^ O-PARTNERSHfP NOTICE.—'fte nnder- sijmed have this day formed a co-partnership Mddftb&jtyle of Niinmo & Dunham, for the pur- • a-genaral Grocery, Produce and at No. 14 Tchoupitoulas and „ and solicit a continuance of bestowed on E. L. Nitnmo&Co M E. L. NIMMO, ' J. E. uUNHAM. ííew Orleans, January 24, 1852,—n37-tf. pose aness; American Sítale Papers. PR...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 20 March 1852

*ST- w STATE PA ■MESS,.,- - p|" .^4 |g| : • WITHERSPOON & CO., Y#I. IV. No. 45. " WITHOUT CNIOX, OCR INDEPENDENCE ATÍ1 LIliERTY WOCLD NEVE It HAVE BEEN ACHIEVED WITHOUT tJNION, THE Y ÑfaVEB CAN BE MAINTAINED ' AND Marshall, Harrison Comity, Texas, Saturday, March SO, 1852. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORNING By WITHERSPOOX A CO., Proprietors. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance, Three dollar If paid at the expiration of six months, or Four dot law at the end of the volume. Single copies, 10c. Advkrtisisg.—One dollarper square of ten lines. or less, for the first insertion; and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion, ifpaid in advance; if not,fifty per cent will be added to the amount. To those who ad- vertise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the Ibove rates will be made. Political, personal and business communications DÍóiftotive ofinJividual interests, will be charged the Lme as advertisements; and these, together with all publications required by law, if not paid for in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 20 March 1852

- THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. PATRIOT. _ lie loss of liberty, of «II good government, of peace * alenty. and happiness, must inevitably foilow a dissolution "nion." 0 m EDITED BY WITIIERSPOON & CO. Jlarsball, Texas March 20, 1852. •gllr ~ ' x ' CANDIDATES. TO MANY CITIZEN S Who lionored me through the "PalrióC of the 21st inst., with a cull to bcconie a candidate for Chief Justice of Harrison.county, at the fenanmg ^August election, I present my kindest acknowledgements. My name will bo before the people as a candidate end if elected,I pledge mvself to serve them in the responsible office of thief Justice, to the best and utmost of my ability. Respectfully, Feb. 23, 1852.1 * EDWIN CATER. 03a T. A. PATTILI.O, is a candidate for- re election to the office of Chief Justice at the August e'cction. 'JJT We are authorized to announce S. R. PER RY, Esq,, the present incumbent, as a candidate for the office of Sheriff of Harrison county, at the en- soiii# election. [Feb. 28. 1852. Assessor ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 20 March 1852

I 111-1'l —■ THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. Ü STAR S'llTE PATRIOT. MARHALL. Texas, March 20lh, A. D. 1853. Agents for the "Patriot." Cader Allen, General TijavelHng Agent. Tho^ Watsoh' ( Jefferson, Cass county. Johh Allison, Mount Mourn. A. L- Vawter, Grand Bluffs. Chas. Graham, Clear Spring. John Wilson, Gertrude. James Earp, Pine Tree. d. f. Barcroft, Gilmer. Wm. McMillan, McMillan's. E. M. Smith, Elysian Fields. J. W. Massie, Walling's Ferry. E. B. George, i D. O. Norton, > Quitman. J. B. Stout, ) . E. E. Lott & Wells, Gum Spring. T. J. C. VVortham, Palestine. A. Sterne, Nacogdoches. Jno. Gray, Esq., Greenville. Dr. Smith, Postmaster, Tarrant. Edward Rogers, Esq., ) Dange'field. J. D. Lilly, s I. M. Ball, Boston. W. D. Miller, Austin. R. H. Martin, Paris. J. rW. Wjthée, i Mount Pleasant. Dr. Beck, S Dr. Wm. Ragland, Shelbyville. Messrs. Holland, t Sour Lake. Freeman dfc Sears, S R. W. Powell, 1 J.W.Allen, I New Orleans. Walter Cars well, j g Wiley J yf-Post Masters in general are...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 20 March 1852

. : -Jr .- THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. **•>,' ««deigned ' ave this day comtdfenced a -/«Wat GROCERY. Cf LUI>SlON and i '• ySi'NE-'S.u.ider the style of TÍSICO & ')u\ nAifl« '*i ~'-o 14 Tcho-ipitoulas sfeet, and hope from their - 'i" , : fctMM'íége^f the city'and its business, to siiar*/ the patronage of their friends and -„:3 pnbtic. X r • n ' *ad particular attention will be given to rJ orders iiftheir line as also to all consignments ^ '«y be favored. VenKespect- ÍIMMO & DÜNHA VJ. i copartnership. Thó Co-Partnership heretofore existing in ;Ij ? c ttf; between the untie signed, undnr the Style r;F^ ..Xi'. NSMS£{>£ <'0:. in this day dissolved by <d**¡nsert ? E L. Kifmao having ,.nrchaao<t >¡v? iifr&£st of Á.":B. Wo -¿ruffis alona charged with ib" p.-tuetnent of the aiihirs cf said concern, and . wtlo-se the name of the same in l!qijidati-n. E. L NIMMO. A. B. WOODRUFF. -PARTNÍÍP SHIP NOTICE.—The under- J have this day foimed a co partnership ne'e* the sty...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 27 March 1852

T - if THE STAR WITHERSPOON & CO., Vol. IY. No. 46. EDITORS without vnioh. they neves caw be maintained. " without union, our independence and liberty would never have been achieved Marshall, Harrison Count), Texas, Saturday, March 27,1852. PUBLISHED ¡SATURDAY MORNING By WITHERSPOON & €0., Proprietors. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance, Thjree dollar if paid at the expiration of six months, or Four dol lars at the end of the volume. Single copies, 10c. Advertising.—One dollar per square of ten lines, or less, for the first insertion; and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion, ifpaid in advance; if not^fty per cent mil be added to the amount. To those who ad- vertise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will he made. Political, personal and bafeiess^teynmunications promotive ofindividuañnteri!l'|f^^¡jpé cBarged the same as advertisements; and thwe, together with all publications required by law, if not paid for in advance, must be assumed by some...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 27 March 1852

sa n THE STIR STATE PATRIOT. THE PATRIOT. •The lot oFUb<eTiy« of good governitient, of pMC© «¿taey. and har>i>nw«J, m< t iaeviubty follow a diaaolmion •i (In Union." v ^ EDITED BY WiTHERSPOON & CO. HarsUtl, Texas...... March >1^ 185?. ~v~ K jssutb aad Clay. Wo admire genius, iu whatever age or coun try, it may appear, and are perhaps but ton prone ^ to draw the shielding mantle of chari'y, over Us fuibiia, And in common with our race, may sometimes ln-e oigfat ofiised principles, the pole «' stir vi action, to gaze on a mere meteor; be- cause it id bold, brilliant and original. The tealsacy t> this, w duibiy inhanced, where there is presa ared a righteous csuse, and an * able advocate to claimantr sympathy and admi- ration. And such a cause we have seen, in Ireland, Cuba, Poland, and Hungary, and such an advocate may be f«una in Kossuth. But while we admire the one, and sympathise wi;h the other, returning prudence should admonish us, thai tears uf sym pithy, h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 27 March 1852

THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. MAii Si AT tí M 4 nil A L. ¡etas, March 27th. I'A i KiOT. i>, isr s. i\> \ o vs i n v ' f >/ Aseuts for the "Patriot." Caoer Allen, General Travelling Agent. J. W. b f.KBis, ) Jeferson, Cass county. Thos. Watson, S John Allí os. .1 -nnt Mourn. A. L. Va'.vtkr. Grand lilnjx. Chas. Urahah, Clear -pring. Jons ■< ilsO*. Ger'rude. James Eakk Pim Tree. D. F. Bancroft, (J liner. Wm. 31c «Iillam, Me >1 i bin's. E M. Smith, Elysian Fields. J. W . Massie, Walling'* terry. E. B. George, i D. O. Norioh, > Quitman. J. 8. Stout, 3 . F. E. Lorx A Wells, Gum Spring. T. J. 0. Worthaw, Palestine. A. StkRHEv Nacogdoches. _ J no. Git aív *&«<*-> fi eenvill*. Dr. SMrH.Pasiumster, tarrant. Edward >>"GER3, Esq., ( J)ange.rfield. J. D. Lilly, i I. M. Ball, Boston. W. D. '.'ILLEH, Austin. R. H. Martin, Paris. J. vV. ithee, I Mount Pleasant. Dsl Beck, < Da. \ m. Ragl-so, Shelbijville. Messrs. Holland, # Sour /.a&e. Freemah & ¿E" RS, S R. W. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 27 March 1852

— THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. #• ■asp- Amcrican State PRICES REDUCED. ID" Joat rccived and for saleat J. B. STEEL'S S. o. StaMoner's Warehouse, 60 Camp st. THE AMERICAN «TATE PAPERS: Docu- - relative to Public Lands. Complete i o Sold in-lots, .separate irosa the above, ed prices. .Í°W°W!0KS: SPORTS. Complete in 18 vols, ilete sets or any of the volumes aepi- ihe profession. NN'S REPORTS. Vol. 1. Stewart's new R'S COPE OF PR ACTICE. New edi. New turn BENJAMIN A*B SLIDELL'S DIGEST. in<l kriprove l edition, enlarged. DESLIX'S DIGEST, being a continuation of Ben ¡ami ii and Smleli's. DeSS LOUISIANA SUPREME COURT GENERAL INDEX and DIGEST. Com ^j^Fplete. Mav 10- 1R51. fnirv DR ROGERS LIVERWORT AN!) TAR. A safe and certain euro for Consumption of the Lungs. Spitlifigof Blood, Coughs, Colds, Asthma. Pain in the sirle. Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, and all Palmonary affections. Extraots from Cektif cates.—Whi- h can be Been in full by calling on thn Agent and getting a pam?badam Haris, Assista...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 3 April 1852

RSPOON & CO., > mass " without union, our independence and lirerty would never have been'achieved without UNION, THEY NEVER CAN BE HAINTAINn^' Vol. IV. No. 47. ' Marshall, Harrison County, Texas, Saturday, April 3, 1852. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MpiNLNG By WITHERSPOOS & CO., Proprietors. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance, TSeee dollar Aóvsrtisiíig.—One dollagper square of ten lines, ot leas, for the first insertionf&nd fifty cents for each subsequent insertion, if paid in advance; if not,fifty per cent will be added to the amount. To those who ad- vertise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Political, personal and business communications promotive ofindividual interests, will be charged the same as advertisements; and these,together with all pabliqations required by law, if not paidforin advance, fcauat be assumed by sbme publication. Announcements of candidates for all important and 1 ucrative offices $10,ft®; for minor offices, $6,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 3 April 1852

M. mm THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. m fc* ¿ % ' '-.* * good government, of p«*ce nevitably follow. diaaolation RSPOON & CO. .iprll 3, 18fi. irized to announce CASEY i candidate for Chief Justice of gr ASKS Harrison igpnty. * • te prist \XTANTEDnt this office* good practica! prin- ' TT ter. A gentleman of sober and industrious habita; and fully capable of taking charge of the a tire mechanical department - One well qualified, mayrely on pood wages, prompt payment, and a per- manent situation. Those desiring a situation of the kind woaMB&iratU to call; or address ns by letter stating the jpfcest wages expected. ffc^Tkkstafg an* «breTcport Railroad. lÉe have heretofore conifdered this rout®, in asomrwfcat limited a*p* ct: bat now venture to jxrflsent it ou bro^Wr grounds ; a> a great na tianol bjjghwswv «•<>'(,w./rlhy «he attention ofour Statesmen, and the capitalists of the world. In doing so hwwfsf wo shall bo pardoned, we trust, for any seeming disregard of mere detail* W...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 3 April 1852

; T THE STAR STATE PATRIOT.. STAR STATE PATRIOT. MARHALL/Tgus, April 3rd, A. D. 1853. | Agenta for the "Patriot." Cader Allen, General Travelling Agent. J. W. PteBis, > Jefferson, Cass county, Thos. Watson, S John aludos, Mount Mourn. A. l. Vawter, Grand Bluffs. Chas. Geahah, Clear Spring. John Wilson, Gertrude. Jambs Eahp, Pine Tree. D. P. barcbott, Gilmer. Wm. McMillan, McMillan's. E. M. Smith, Elysian Fields. J. W. Massie, Waiting's Ferry. E. B. George, 1 d. o. Nobtoh, > Quitman. J. B. Stout, } . E. E. Lott & Wells, Gum Spnng. T. J. c. Wortham, Palestine. A. Stebne, Nacogdoches. J no. Gray, Esq., Greenville. Db. Smith, Postmaster, "1 arrant. Edward Rogers, Esq., í Dangerjield. J. D. Lilly, j I. M. Ball, Boifon. W. D, Miller, Austin. R. H. Martin, Paris. J. W. Withee, / Mount Pleasant. Dr. Beck, S Dr. Wm. Raglakd, Messrs. Holland, •> Freeman & Sears, > E. W. Powell, ") a. W.Allen, i Walter Cars well, j E. W.Wiley, J . A. , 53 Post Masters in general are request...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 3 April 1852

Jf THE S T A R STATE P A T B I O T. CT E 1) *í3JS¿ bright, ¡te— ou§tone, so shone v with Macassar. I were in a blaze; i- o sing her praise,, i of plaintive coiplets ; Andtáked a Jjpcket scarce of cash, Jfefore her door to cut a dash, in ruffled shirts and doublets. American State Papers. prices reduced. O-,Just recived and for sale at ¿B. STEEL'S f. «. statloieHfSfarehoasp, 60 Camp st. THE AMERICAN STATE PAPERS: Docu- ments, etc., relative to Public Lands. Complete in 5- vols, folio Sold in lots, separate from the above, at greatly reduced prices. Also, at low prices, the following— LOUISIANA LAW BOOKS: ROBINSON'S REPORTS. Complete in 12 vols, either incomplete sets or any of the volumes sepa- rate, to suit the profession. MARTIN'S REPORTS. Vol. 1. Stewart's new edition. GREINER'S CODE OF PRACTICE. New edi- tion. BENJAMIN and SLI DELL'S DIGEST. New ind improved edition, enlarged. iLlX'S DIGEST, being a continuation of Ben ¡ami 11 and Slidell's-. &UX'S LOUISIANA SUPREME COURT ENE...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 10 April 1852

JU «S£> THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. WITHERSPOON & CO., Vol. IV. Mo. 48. "without union, our independence and liberty would never have been achieved without union, they neves can be maintained." Marshall, Harrison County, Texas, Saturday, April 10, 1852. EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. PUBLISHED SATURDAY MORMNG By WITHERSPOON & CO., Proprietors. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance, Three dollar if paid at the expiration of six months, or Four dol lars at the end of the vol a me. Single copies, 10c. Advsrtisiko.—One dollar per square of ten lines, or less, for the first insertion; and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion, ifpaid in advance; if not,fifty per ceqt will l^e added to the amount. To those who ad- vertise by the year, a reasonable deduction from the abofe núes will be made. Political, personal and business communications promotive of individual interests, willbe charged the same as advertisements; and these, together with all publications required by law, if not pa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 10 April 1852

V T *H ESTAR STATE PiTRIOT. ► THE PATRIOT. 'The low 5 liberty, of «H good government, of peace >íne« , (noil inevitably follow a dÍMolution === EDITED BY WITHERSPOON & CO. MARSHALL, Texas. April 10, 1852. JCf* V. B. PALMER the Atnericn Newspaper Agent, is tha onfv authorized Agent for this paper in the cities of Boston^ New York and Philadelphia, and la duly empowered to take advertisements and subscriptions at the rates as required by us. His receipts will he regarded as payments. His Offices are—BOSTON, Scoilay's Building; NEW YORK Tribune Buildings: PHILADELPHIA, *N. W. corner of Third and Cheitnat streets." W TC PRINTERS. ANTED at this office, a good practical prin- ter. A gentleman of sober and industrious .habits; and fully capable of taking charge of the entire mechanical department One well qualified, may rely on good wages, prompt payment, and a per- manent situation. Those desiring a situation of the kind would do wesJHo call;: or address us by letter stating the lo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 10 April 1852

f 1 THE STAR STATE PATRIOT.. STAR Si'ATE PATRIOT. MARHÜ L, Texas, April 10, A. D. 185 . Agents for tftu «Patriot." Cader Allen, General Travelling Agent. £' W". jKRR,s' i Jefferson, Cass county. Thos. Watson, \ John Aiuton, Mount Mourn. A. L. Vawter, Grand Bluffs. Chas. Graham, Clear Spring. John Wilson, Gertrude. James Earp, Pine Tree. D. F. Barcroft, GUmer. Wm. McMillan, McMillan's. E. M. Smith, Elysian Fields. J. VV. Massie, Waiting's Ferry. E. B. George, i D. O. Norton, > Quitman. J. B. Stout, ) E. E. Lott & Wells, Gum Spring. T. J. C. Wortham, Palestine. A." Sterne , Nacogdoches. J bo. Gray, Esq., Greenville. Dr. Smith, Postmaster, Tarrant. Edward Rosbrs, üsq., ) Danger field. J. D. Lilly, S I. M. Ball, Boston. W. D. Miller, Austin. R. H. Martin, Paris. J. VV. Wither, i ftl0VMt pieasanl. Dr. Beck, S Dr. Wm. Ragund, Shelbyville. Messrs. Holland, ) Freeman & Sears, ^ R. W. Powell, 1 J.W. Allen, i Walter Cars well, j E.W.Wiley, J . . JCf Post Masters in general are requ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Star State Patriot — 10 April 1852

■f-- THE STAR STATE PATRIOT. LEQTE P POETRY. TIE SO N 6 OF IRON. — *. fiy o. w. cutter. Author qf •The Sang of Steam," É Plvr&us Onum. - * ~ Heave the bellows and pil^the fire, Like the reá and fearful glow, Where the craters lurid clouds aspire 0*ter the darkened plains below; Let the weight of your ponderous hammers smite With the "power of the mountain stream ! Or thunder beneath the earthquake might That dwells irr the arm of steam. Though I cannot boast the diamonds hue, The tempting gleam of gold, With which by the arte of the grasping few, The natioHB are bought and sold; Yet is my presence mere prceless (ar Than the blaze of earth's royal gem, That ever has kindled a ducal star, Of flamed in a diadem. Iu the fearful depths of the ray!ess mine ¿y giant strength was laid, ... Ere Che suii* or the moon, rr the stars that s:iine In the boundless heavens were made; Ere darkness was rolled from the deep away; fire the skies were spread abroad ; Ere the words that called up the...

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