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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 23 June 1849

T II E EXAMINER. JOHf R. HFWTOOD. SUBL1 BCTIXR, Earroas. LOrjISVILLE: : JUNE 23. 1849 Wt ee, aecaciaaa.Vy , m asstier fju Zxaatrarsa to pe-sra rc set raiser &eri, ia tto aepe, tie ay serve cf it, tJuy au , ie - ace t ee w TfBwjy j V C. Gltm, Devid L- Bossy, BUsd BJlr. IUmi McGreis, Wm. Rieasrcasa, Rahes DtvMi, P.triek Masxy, W. P. biM, Lewis RifMr, Speed. J Wat. Ricsuaoeo, Traaaerer. BiAp Baulks, Correepeadiag Secretary. Vasal Mini We Were tkat a bloody fight took jdsce the 1 kh iaacal Featowa ia Medic cat al j, be tweea Ceeeiee X Clay sad Cyras Terser. Ee. The report which have reached a eon- ""'I ras ir are er HCk a, aalara, thai it ia impsmibio to arrive et asy thiag like car ect eoweioeieB sate the aatar af lk eireim ait which Ud to toe attack an Mr. Car. A tow days wCl pat as ia r of ell tbe aircemetaacce ia the esse. Sir. CUj.ta.tJai at lees advocate ef traMoa will, it ia cesfidtitly theaght, tecsewr. . Hi aatageaiot died a the 17th la. Mr. Clay vm s4siag Me pee- pe a is e...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 23 June 1849

"iMAWCIfATJOH MOVEMENTS. proa Ue Dale Tribune. Bayle. i ( gnaventioa of the friend of emancipa heldon tb 9th Jbb,1S49, at Celdwir , aaa called to the chair a ad B. L. . appointed SecreUry r, motion of A. Sstao, Esq., a committee sppointed consisting of A.Sneed,W. Dun mt, llr. Nichols, A. D. Meyer and J. T. Boyle-, t reaolutions ezpreasiv of the ene 1 1 , piettiBg, and after retiring the commit- rperi3 the followlnf resolutions: BH!iti, That it it ezpe-ient, io the jadg JTf tbi nieeliur, to nominate a candidal !"Lg ate U ihe coBrenlioa ia BoyU county, i that tli" meetiug make a selection of a Mfw!w. Th' wi" oPr,0rt lfta nominee r., COiirnlion, and fife all onr aid to arc ore t'ttit. That Jon F. HoLLOwar be nom--tecaftii candidate f.r lh convention in 'Zfoanu, and lhat we will give him oar tad cordial upprt TheBHtiu was addre-eed by Mr. Beatty, Hr. Bi') ,i, r ot.an tie meeting adjourned. JA:?.S. HOPKINS, CW. r. j I'-.r.ti, See'ry. IVora tta Mvvili Eafle. .-iaii-ai Wee-laa la Lawle fea...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 23 June 1849

LITERARY-EXAMINER. t i ., Fro the PuWUrniYetBrtraluf lilt. -1 eraiaatai. The Aagel of the UaiwN, forever stands he thera , , - 1 Within the planet circle, the grand Hieropbmnt . . ef prayer; ' His altar is tba eternal oon, light its flames of gold, A ad the stars an bia row, through Uia band Of angcle rolled. Down, down, throughout tha infiaita, they're ' falling world on world; Like coral 4ds from praying hands tba planet bes.de ore barlad. Tkss lot aanoabered egaa en their diamond - i - string they ran, Tba circling planet rosary from Uraaaa u tha . .. , aia. A rhythmic munc rises from that stalely coral band, Like a vtbrant-chorded lyre when itrack by angel band. Pealing down tha deep abyesee, scaring ap tha ."" infinite, Tba grand hymn of tha universe Is sounding . day ana night. Tba grand eatbadral chanting from tba choir of tha sphere, Wrtbla tba aUr-roofed templa, though aabaard . br snortal oars: Never prayer from Up aaeeadetn., or from aplrit - . sever groan. Bat tha floodi...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 30 June 1849

1 A - -I - , a ' PROVE ALL THINGS; HOLD FAST THAT WHICII IS GOOD i - Ol.UME III. LOUISVILLE KY.: SATURDAYS JUNE 30, 1849. V WHOLE NUMBER 107. 7 ' T1IK EXAMINER; , Ue fast usnie. TKK KLLAB f " ANNUM. IJ ADVANCE, .itX I'OPIKS FOR 1 k HULL Kb. PAUL SEYMOUR, - for th. Examiner. . rlkJul t bank a. WItctT. a jiarl f ja aPkaw-ajs A has ever vtm "y She ted on the duty of the inMi'ted on me uuij , rv an i'nurf h, seeking the extirpation rVfVl of slavery consistently with the ?" ' r .'he land. This has been her posi- .-. .... .-.. first origi a of her societies on n ana uiuuku . i .. ...... Vi.v variM ne aiJ? i .... 8! a.Ufirm 1 ..stances seemed, in the estimation .L . ,.,r -Mil r.er ijjuciSs. to require, yet iu the main , i d I is never altered for ainooiect. C- e.l. ' , i .: I .11 1. I ri ?Jppjrt 01 lilts poamou wt atin.ii op- testimony oi -n. c:icy I - 1 . 1 . Mil to tne testimony mi .". " ! . ,r -k- fethodist Societies both in lotincei oi rope and Aaienca. 2. To the history Ji d c'.pU ( t...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 30 June 1849

' 1 ! - ' ' . ' ' ' I m 11 n T1 V I 11 I V Tl D I discharge, made out after pUnted form, with I 11 Pj 1j A A ill I 11 ti ! co.ntlng-room .op piled That JOHN H. HEYWOOD, NOBLE BITLEB, Edttoi. 1 farm is m follows; Mr. rMUsa the LOUISVILLE: .JUNE 23. 1815). O- Ws eea oeeationallf, mir 1A Examibbbis jra.nu uhoflrt nottubcriberi,ih th hop, tkat y prMal 0 ft, they wisy v'n ueW t mbterilt. rrairal mmm Ksecanlve Cm Ksmbm-I pallet. ISSUIS W. W. Worsley, Wm. E. Glover, David L. Beatty, Blind Ballard, Thomas McGraln, Wm. Richardson, Reuben Dawson, Patrick Maxcy, W. P. Boone, Lewie Ruffuer, JaniM Speed. Wm. Ricnabdson, Treasurer Bland Ballabu, Correeponding Secretary. A T tm all Cfcrietlaaa la Keataeair. "A time has come in Kentucky when the christian poimlslion of that noble and rapidly advancing State will apeak and vote like Chris tiana at the polls, and demonstrate its love of liberty and right, by extending them to every thing in the form of man, that breathe its air or treads its soil. It...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 30 June 1849

T!) gospel of Jesea ChratJioaore all men jrwrnnf itMtf U facaiUao and Wing f J a- Tl.tmL. MI ia swuimva f a uai, iu Itat tt Iopl preached U lhrn" i oeaeed bT Jesn. as on of the moat dis- active igM f bs" nlMioa, and it is i j j aors thsa aaytnJnf; ela which constitutes tl, f0.pel a tt fact the (reelest of fact U pbtltwopny ( imwjoum man ' Tfe prechinf of a p;ospt to lb poor and jtirtitd, imbidm that tiieee bar faculties for . . .1.- m i tb lpci J0" " proioanuosc oi tnonu trltba tbat there to nothing too food to bo irf lbn that the enlif; hteniof of their un nunJinp. U awakening pf thoir feelinp, th. iMul'Uf of tbir aapirauoaa to spiritual ke.uty. "nth n t0' " wor worthy f .ha Lie he. ord,,r wI '"""'P" ftx Cbrilia rotig-ioa to tho loftiest wisdom Bdinf (wlthoat any parade or eondeecen flB to eommuna with tha dsepeet ij-oorance l'ftiuf t 'u TOlC BOt lb c"-0" of leara- .and cienee, but la the nlfhwara of bamaa . 0arw in tho botaof poverty and thedeai .f vice. How forcibly and eloauoull...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 30 June 1849

LITERARY EXAMINE". Baa. HEDICATED TO If T WEBD, E. BOCLDSWOITH, I. Do not the flowers, when sleeping an th earth, Bright diadem that aatara'a brow adorn. Wbu the eoft winds from out their colli steal forth, ' Roriro beneath tbo klases of tbo morn? n- ,h not oo their dew-bes paneled ayee. And blush ia beauty forth, beneath tbo sunlit ekiasT And doe not mil, whea in the slariesa Bight Of sorrow lying, when hia human sky I dark aad drear, revive beneath thy light. Driving away tbo clonda that roand blm lie? Aad doth be not take comfort 'aealh thy ray. That broaki hi apint'a gloom, aad drives his esre away t Angelic Hope! beet boou to mortal glvra! Cueerer ol life, and comforter of wo, If thy protecting atay were from u riven How could we bear the II! wo meet below? Should wa not perish, on life' stormy sea, Aud iuk beneath the aurging wsv of misery? What cheer the mourner beudlng o'er the tomb, Ao 1 dropping o'er the grave bis bitter tear; Th ctUve, piuing in hi dungeon gloom, Tna pale...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 7 July 1849

iTIBIIE IE ABfl IEM1ES Ma ' "' ' "" i i ii 'MM"M'"WiWlWWWBWMrr spsjb, uuuubuuubbbi . !i i I I "prove all things; hold fast VuAT.wnicn IS GOOD" VOLUME III. THE EXAMINER; f.i.J.tl yVtt.lf.ou Jefferson St., net doer bst hi tns rost onus. TtunR, TWO DOLLARS PEI ANKCM.IM ADVANCE. Sil COPIES FOR TES DOLLARS. PAUL SEYMOUR, f, - f epeee eellyeree by Ms. M. O. aks. to tb People efBonrae Cooaiy ike abject f F.hHmiIi Crl Hawse U Part ea Jase, teawty Coart sax, list. riUC-C;Ti or Eovsbob: tme tn Cunceiv lew yon an spolog) ''., -rK-.rt von ot .ne suUeci of emancipa- io, if M. I t very good ones at hand, lu til t uc 'mancipation perry of Keu- ii hat orgacizeJ lor tbe purpose ot present i J djlni all that tbey cf u by fair sod hoo- orio.e met.-t 1" ferry or" their views, and I have Central Committee of that nr.. u 'ho to li.e people of Bourbon, Nicholas ini rU'i'"".1'" ', which we entertain, and atari-amenta by .it-h they are supports. n c 10 tae lb i opportunity ta present to .en UrrearJ rcspects...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 7 July 1849

THE EXAMINER. JOHN H. HEYWOOD, NOBLE BUTLEB, EllttOBS. LOUISVILLE: JULY 7. 1849. ff Vt and, occasionally, number ef thi EiAMia-EBte ptrtoiu ho art net ttdtecriltre, in tkt hop, that If m ptruml ef it, tkey may b in duced fesufreertM. RMAflClPATlOA' TICKET. ciiDiiiTit son tbb ce vssrios. CHAPMAN COLEMAN, DAVID L. BEATTY, JAMES SPEED. Ceettral as EieeatW Cmb1u. W. W. Worsley, Wm Richardson, Wb. E. Glover, Reuben Dawson, David L. Beatty, Jamee Speed, Bland Ballard, W. P. Boone, Thomas McGrain, Lewis Rnffuer, War. Richabdsom, Treasarer. Blajtd Baixabd, Corresponding Secretary. To "G. M. J." We return yon thanks for the f 5 seal as through our friend J. M. McK Patrick nitTi The death of this gentleman Is widely and sincerely mourned. For many years a resident of Leaisville, Mr. Maxey was generally known and respected wherever known. A man of warm and affectionate heart, ha waa always quick to bear the cry of suffering and ready to relieve. To his generous nature the bitterness of the par...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 7 July 1849

a v - -- r.. BoaBM4 it a meeterly effort, aud ou uIAIM a ' . i mmmt nasi rrsnrr inni ini an. . . rM Uea JT admitted that IB thi i. l . .laaji in niciui in Mm w m m in as a. la a . hut a o.. ef th. rrwat ..I . .c pane" -- -7- - , . .. ' . -.a I 8vl of Mr. B.'a aDeach. 11 junt to MT l"' at precmci. wr j ov,, ,-. rmllad. u lh Sal. . Mifiaii - x - - "t jihia aumber, - ..near th pro-alavery party, by asr ef moary, tin meet tba mancipatioa aide ri-t- Allowlaf them 100 mora ia Au- Iir". moad atill laara 952 Emancipatioa c.i a ih chanrea hava be a anivaraal- ! . t.or of LmancipaUon, wa conGdeoUy ' " , M rteiv la Aojuit, an overwbeimiaf VsLm cooBtlets thousand rnonrn Twbosatof Uieir chivalry auj lliflr nn ,.il pstrioUam. The company from lb ,.t. of Garrard, who were engaged in the Lm a ol Knna Vi-u aumberad when thay left v.niarkv.'t rauk and ftl. Of thie namber :wo er lsvhoidars They are now r viDatioait. And of the 37 of the com- .. I. A thirds are in favor of Emanci-! yi tin riect fur the...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 7 July 1849

LITEUAUY EXAMINER. The Fir t Drift Wee-. (FVoai Graham's M( .-. BT B. W. LOVtrFEU-OW. We sat witfiin Ihe farm -house oM, Who vmh.Io , I joking; o cr the bay, Ojve to ihe aes b ee.:, damp and culJ, Aa eay entrance, infill auJ day. ICot far away we aaw the port The kliane, olil-Iaslnoiiecl, wlenttown Thf liht bou the tlumantltd l'rt The co icn houea, quaint auJ Uown. TA al ami lalkeOun'il the night D -seen t-.t' filled the Mile room; Our fC- fj l d from ihe tight. Oar voice, oulj biuke ihe gloom. Wrt spike of many a lunUhod acene, Q: hilcouce ba.l thought and said. Of hat. haJ Uei, an I instil have been, A li wtii waa c landed, aaa who a dead. Ant all ihatSlla lh hearts of friend. 7inn fir-t they feel. iih eecret pain. Their live Iteucefar h have separate tad, Aal never cau be one again. The 6r alight swerving of the heart. Tn.it word are poe-.rictt to express. An I leave it mil unsaid in part, O. .y it la ion great excess. The rery tone in which he spske Ha lerastnincatra. ge, 1 c-.i...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 14 July 1849

9 ' THE E M : "piiove all things; hold fast that" which is good." - - . . . volume nr. THE EXAMINER; f Vj&ei Weekly, on Jefferso St.. nf it oor but Me tUlfat I'lKtOlliH. TEK.nn. tw0i.ii.laih rr Aswu.iv advance, SIX COPIES FOR TEN DOLLARS. PAUL SEYMOUR, rti mm. el'bktU OP J. T. UOVLK, , .i, sJ':ft of Emancipation in Kentucky, t',4 vukne isovr' i mki uot w.', on :A -'3J of Apiil, 1849. iT.ztxs: It was no pait of iny pur - Fti u T.IMf lU CJll" to your cwnty to addresa you to - ilypaLIx and protcsMonai uuuea navel"'" "w appeal xo you ia say wxetiier m. ainjucst you. But since tnv a -rival laverliVr w ho employs H own slave can .ae !-tii rcquo-' d by some of iLe c.ti-1 - ..... 1 - . .1... Iir I'UU'llv Itl ;i ..iil-aa juu aii'i iitriu uil ,.f enunc iation in Kentucky. I i vu ii oi reiuciani in em-1 i ccasion to express my opinions ct, an J to present to your candid . j, r:n ?iiie of those reasons which should 1 Ve pv,;,;c of our s,t,? to adopt some m-U-K of gradual cnianc:panon. I fee...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 14 July 1849

ss a. THE EXAMINER. JOHN H. HE WOOD, NOBLE BUTLER, V EOITOBI. ....... j. i I ji at.. 4l -. t?A..,tn.t!nn ralml V I The members of a wealthy firm In Cincinnati 1 to another, until they .bran not from imsdii " - " i- are thorough, nlira-abolitloBietB, ofthediaua- act, at Urn mere thonght of which humanity snd justly. I " I I f2 1. . . m ewe,..- - HflAMtf ion school. TbU fact in wsll-hnowa to their shudders. ' '' w- Irresponsible power! It ia a foarfa!, a lw I- "ough entirely wrong in w LOUISVILLE: dace? I tiiwn'i. :::JULY 14. 1849. though bitterly caning and denouncing thunldssiie to wield and which no man, good or at homo, eontlnua to nay of them and In faet bad, ationld be allowed to wield. . " . buv more a.d mor. larrelv of them .very Tear. BatTal Uutbaoe.-- me Jacfcaoavwe, irwn- aA.lUaM AHalAniAra aai-tsl waaiw IKaua waaa an at I . J r r I" ,-. U J. ..... .r ik. f. it.. ..in. k I vihl. nowar. a Dower which no rood man tu P vuy.wi wucn uui .. nnaer misappreuension ana id paseiou. s...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 14 July 1849

bond man and free man, and i it to the argument . . !,airt of jarpeu, .r,, " ""7 w oond man and free man for life, under tNw-JfVrfSt ?7,U,n Jmo'1 religious relations, hi" , rrffl :Tf o':gn a's'";1 ' .Sm nnck inclined not only ,o " W' .f,y man, n.,1 I ' - ' 7 .ir owi side or ine quwuup, mii ine h . .. - -- - wcause 1 Vans loo. Their wrath la especially lev- I " "v oiuieenu common settee Int elerrvmen ioi minmun " puum-a. t aa , call it.. me. And itb We cannot understand the eon- I An just as etrong- feel I, myself, in tile nosi kind of proceeding Many of "n submitted in the aforesaid Tract thai aiT. EMANCIPATION MOVEMENTS. Clarke Cwwaly. We learn (hat an address waa mada a few dr el nee to the eititena of this count at Wiarheeter by Charles Egiaton. Esq. We re joice that this able and eloquent man baa taken place among the advocate, of Emancipa- Prom the Richmond rx4 Chronicle. I We read the minted alatement of C M r. 1. oi me reoontre with uyrus i nmer, at Fox-town. We wera on the 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. — 14 July 1849

LITERARY EXAMINER. (o which you will give credence. . I DrTt followinf extract w taken from vr. m -wr I t I Mayo's very popular etory 01 iviiwui, jusi t :.i. firmer,. l(vntnrir fUhwi ud for him in the little 1 of a blackiah-grav powder, wnicn, w" "1""- 1 . V " .u. .r,.i ,ih..rfa TJdS have observed .t held it up to the light, looked like N"M"W if PuUL,hea in thU cbr Mr P.m: fFre Hitloaal Frv) aaeni al. " a. mm. man- ST ELIta caOSS. I loved the winter idn with all my aoal. a r. .,in.atnrin. hall, and IWMWM IWI tledakiee; And t their pralaee lJ'J' Aa Troubadour hava poured te Beauty yee. r J I k. v.rJ. black froet a pleaaant thlnj, For laga Waxed high, and heme' boob rnnj And wild bird cama with tana and wtnf To eat tha bread my yoang band flung about. Bat I have walk ad into tha world ainee then, And net tba bitter work mat eoia can co . l ICItU WW . p J - I ' . I . . r k. utiinir cnn wha Mima- nivm iIia 1 tl, a further corner of the lawn. Toil study 1 lead figure of Ellen Armitage wh...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 21 July 1849

Hi l ... ii M m "prove all things; hold tast tiiat wnicn is good." VOLUME III. THE EXAMINER; ..., 1. JeBerao at-, next door but Id H.er'oal Oflii. " i m TE AKM'M.I ADVANCE, f I'p.kVfob tm dollars. IN ADVANCE, i p i IT L StV ilUUH, I .r.LiaaiB. ' - C (anilM NriM iiavri i ( " I I I , oitT J iiwiiMUBM. I I . f .rnno to lay before my coontryroen, Uriel-1 j , ,i-rlv and iu aptrmaocu i7 . - - IS lUUirVl VI " k ' I itU th CouUtui. .n ahout to be formed I xTXi Ouimonaeaiih Th. poition I ocea . Z cnu.o.te fur a seat ia the Convention, f" Tl. i...t iivt holdiur county la the wnuera thu. proper la .ueif. and reapect- ,u' 10 U'.n L;. .Itever mav be the iaaue . ..i truirple. that any one who may licAere.fter. to feel aa interest ia what is .Tiua.n i, or ia we.aaoueoi me acior in SlLVeue, may po manaof forming Zctrf.t opinion! au.! JU.I conclusion, iu re,.ro j ,bich 1 pensuad myaen are nei.uer .... i. ihPir li.ture. uor liieir w nn- trtatit-i i- in tlieir efltfCla. i.h.laotenleriatoiieuil on othe...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 21 July 1849

THE EXAMINER. JOHN H. HRTWOOD, NOBLE BUTLEB, Eorroaa. LOUISVILLE:: :JULY 21. 1849. CT Ws end, occasionally, m number of the tfiiniiil vertont who art not tmbterihert.in the kp, that by perusal of it, tAey may be in duct tttubtent. EM AWCIPATIOJC TICKET. FOB TAB COW t IpTIvWi CHAPMAN COLEMAN, DAVID L. BEATTY, JAMES SPEED. CnM aa BiMviln Caaaaalttee. W. W. Wersley , Wm. Richardson, Wm. E. Glovsr, Rsbes Dawson, David L. Bsstty, JrnnN Speed, Blsad Ballard, W. P. Boose, Thames MeGrala, Lewis Rnffner, Wm . RiCHAfcMOH, Treasurer. Blamo Ballard, Corresponding Secretary. aes. RiaWn Waaie". If Uf of r eabacriber b send a on or all of th followlBf btck number of the Ex aaxiaer, thy will greatly eblig a by m doing : Of Vol. 1 No. S3, 25, 26, SS, 39, 47, 48, 0, 5J. Of Vol. 9 -No.. 56, 67, 61, 63, 63, C9, 73, 75, 78, 79, 91. O Wo used sot direct attention to tho arti elo ob tho first page, from Ui maaterly pB of Rot. R. J. BroekoarldKo D.D. It will cmw.a attention; and wher lath nan who will at U...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 21 July 1849

Jnr th Ea.aa.taar. risfsu. Editor: Gcntlrmen: As ths wri- iof nnicl0 whic. appeared in jrour paper of ih7lh inst, siloed "V ttnias, u becomes iejt duty to notice an editorial which appealed in the "Gurard Usniier" of the 13th met, in which Judge McK.ee lias, aa upon other occas ion, altraiptul to cue viuca the public, that Lt Iti leeu mis-repreiei.lul ia ids lion to the do- late between Capt. C 2d. Clay and himself in Lancaster, upon Uie subject of Emancipation. ia las preparatory reciaika, ia says, as he be- foresaid, 'Udota not become ua to say what I poor whites is secured by all the power of sover vaa the result of that ducuawon." sign acu. and all the blessing, of education and lo, Judge M. it "did not become v to aUte of knowledge are counted by a free people aa what was the result of mat diacuiou but it appears from an examination of the "Banner" printed tne eet aiier Uietvoaie, uiaiintnat number, you did not nuJ yourvelf, but a gen- tieman was placed in the editorial chair, ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 21 July 1849

it rrTTnTrr LITERARY EXAMINER Ikt flrat T !. T SIS BCLWEB ITTTOH. " Whe that has loved kiawe do! the tender tale W hich flowers reveal when lip are eey to U11T Whose youth has paused not, dreaming ii the sale. Where the nth violet dwell! "Le whea they shrink aleng the lovely brake, Under the iaaflesa, maUochol y tree; Kot ret the cuckoo sings, nor glides the enake, nor wild tbyma lore the I "Yet at their sight and scant entreated and uriiru, All June seams golden In the Aprfl skies: How sweet the days we yearn for, Ull fulfill'd u aistani raradii "Dear land, t which Desire for erer fleas, Time doth no prttent to the grasp allow; Say, In the fiVd Eternal ehall wa seize At last the fleeting Now T "J??m BOt 0f d,y' 10 come th"t "" Whither hope wanders (maze without a cine:) Gia their true witchery to the flowers thsir own Youth In their youth renew. "Avarice! ramembar whan the cowslip's fold 4 Da Lured and ret lost its r litter in thv rruo thy boards (lad the mora than those of old? Tk...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 28 July 1849

"prove all TniNos; holdfast tiiat wnicii is. good." VOLUME III. THE EXxVMINER; fkUibl Weekly, en Jefferson St., aeat door Bait one to Hi Pixrt Oflhe. TCU.T1M. TWO DOLLAR P EK AKXl'M.! AlVAKC, 61X COPIES FOR TEN DOLLAR. PAUL SEYMOUR, ptiiitiii. From Ui loulavflle rotirie r. X a ika C "Itiaeae Jcldwa Caavaiy. Tie canvasa for the couveulior : a been progre ;ug aith spirit for several vt --aa, aud allhorgb there have been lrequt ut i.pealInga, yet. because oi the busy season, It-w are Jarri.iar wilh the top ic which are discussed. Fearing that some trienda msy be oiled on lo vole, without hiving lierd what msy be Mid, it : deemed advianble, in war, lo inform I hem I Ihej saying for and rtiBUfi proposed refo.iua Tbrre utmi i be do .fference of opiuion as to lhe tenure of office. A.I ag ee that it ahould be lor limited period. Tliere is aoine dinVreoce ol opinion as to u,e mcJe nf appointing to office; my preterer.ce is, that the S crelury of State, A'iditor, Treasurer, Commisionrrcf Lnd ...

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