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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 1 November 1848

WHOLE tf\ 358. A I O S. I)\\ALDSO\, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T3 3M3 OP SUBSCRIPTION: lx Aovahvk r! no WlTJII* TUB YkAS AT rim sxo or 2 tiiu I am, sir, very respectfully. Your obedient servant, Z. TAYLOR. PKTER SKKN SMITH. Esq.. Philadelphia. What is the plain purport of these lettersP What meaning do they convex? Do they in tiny respect pledge Gen. TATLOR to the articles ol the Native American creedt Not tail. On the contrary they distinctly declare that he would no be brought forward "as the candidate of their parly, or considered as the exponent ol their party doctrines." It is idle, therefore, n«y more, il is palpably unjust, lo contend that cither Gen, TAYLOR or the muss of those who support him is in any decree connected with ihe No'ive American party. His nomination for the Presidency originated in the spontaneous will of the people, without distim ii»n of partv. This, and the fact that he declared himself a Whig, led lo his adoption as the candidate of the Whigs of the Union, b...

Publication Title: Wabash Express
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 1 November 1848

E E A E Wednesday ^ning3ov^er l7l848~ THS PEOPLES' TICKET. FOR PR R.Si 1JKN I". ZACIIAKY TAYLOH, OF I.OL-I8IANA. FOR VirB fMiK^IDE.N'T, JMILLAIU) FILLMORE, OF N1-,W YORK. Kleellon, Turnlny, Sovcmhfi" 7. & WHIO ELECTORAL TICKET. Senatorial Kltctir». josnrri rt. M\KJIUM.. «f tHMM.OVK ft. OH TH, nf Tiip'*»i"'e-Ot^trtr-f l"leetor«. lit District—JA*. K. ni.VTllu, k( Vaniterburg. •M 3! •till fit »i «-h 7iti 9th 9ih I'Kh Jn|l« S, )AV!s, NF Kloyl. .tln.f»K (itttrnri. if Itnir'i'irn. f).*VIU V- IIOI.I.OWAV. «-f U'itjrni.. Tiiowia t. W*U»I.R, I! liiciicb. I.nVKl. H. It ..'.^ ai:. ,.rnrr-fM«. Knwtnn W Mef tiv v, of P.irko. *mi:« !•'. f'l !T..f (JiilOOII. PA.SIKI. P. I* IE ATT, C«i. 1»AV|| k'itr. .-!!(. 1'] 1.1.1 j.n-p.-ti J.iS f°rni I II for the wliiiji of igo, tic iii fofiii^-h ticket#, it railed on, fur the aootlt part of Vern.iiiion, Put-j |„, per 100, and they ean he fiirni-hrd at very nlmrt 110 I A frw v. onK 10 l2»«* of Ti«i». Thin is the la«t Hue we cart confer with you pri'...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 1 November 1848

HR mm* 7W IKE3 mw HARDWARE STORE i:% ri:«ui3-!Mni. cs, Sjiailc* and Slmvi I. &c. r. E It W\. Iiirn r.M-iif 1 tie iirzent and cheape«t a«*nrt-menU-if Table and INirke! Cutlery wlii'b in* O O S \Vi? have an ext. i^ive *!.ek nf tooN from the bent manufacturer* ad.iple.l to the want* »f 'he Farmer and M.-ehame nf every branch of trade, wl.i we *!i ill lie (d-Mfd lo */t»W to any one, ami atili teltef |'h*ai'i*il to "ill. I I) IN .\J AT E I A S. We hivn taken cfeal pdix I 1 si'.ecting our Block of hnildin? material*, and tiny are "A. No. 1 a or ii I,alclie*. Screwt, A.-'., i« lltr larsest and (-li'tijjc.-t ever hef rr i.flr*rcd in thi cminliy. AIiio— jVc//7,r, Glaus, Lin'^cd Oil, White Lead. We have a|* 1 a fine *t,.rk of 11 nunc f.|rni«hi.i» nrlirlr*, including lies ."Shovels and 'I'.niK*, Bra** Andiron*. T'a Br-ms (/aiidl-^liek*. Uniifr*. (Jnrl. ii 15 md» anil I'in* (iermaii Ilvi-r. JJiitaiinia ml lion I aide and 1 ea Spoon*, and every vaiirty of bo.mU in tItline. um !!y .11...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 1 November 1848

s.v -A Tavern. A traveller, after ml ng a long distance, '"came to a tavern. Ho stopped, and lirrcted the old lady in ll»c bur-rotim to IIHVU Ins horse put out and fed with ciglil qinrjt« of oats. AJf- SP "l am sorry In inform you \rc have no oats,"' said ihe lady. ••'J'IIPII T?tv« him siMiii? cons." "We are mil uf rnrn." "Wrll, my good lady, give linn a lillle n«eal and sume hay." "Oh. «ir, HC liare no me: 1 or hay— out Ions a?o.'' ••Will y«»ti let hirn aland in the yard, without anything.'*'' inquired the ilw-qt-poinii-d traveller. ami a cup id i-ollt e, with a hot roll. Cn(lW—steak! Untied the traveller. ••There nothing of the kind in our llottT, sir—do'nt keep 'eili!" "Well, now. my good lady, continued "We keep tavern, sir, a demorratte "pi ilform*' tavern "large enough to ac- MR. WnnftTKR made a spcrch to the proplt of Abingtou, Mam., on the Presidential election, which is imperfectly reported in the New York paper*. He 1 Of CJen. Taylor, hesaiil that he "beleivcd him to be a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 8 November 1848

r~ AV1IOLE IVO. 359. A I S A A O EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR.. TD3\r3 OP SUBSCRIPTION In *2 WITHIS TH VISAS AT TM« IM OF TH« V«A* 3 W T35M3 OP ADVERTISINGOV* SA.ITA«« SALMIS W«BK» ti*en ADOITIO*AI. IKMTATL'I* PBB SICAB«.... ?5 OTT f.ibaral ileduetfons for longer lime and greater pacw From tHs Si. Louis Republic«n. 'l'lic fiold Diners. A* OWKD-TIIVIiTUI. Much III* hern written and said about power. Man cmitrolt almost nil power, (bowing of curs. t.i the great Creator of man. who in power itself.) (tut what mean i« thai through the ^igeiiui'y ol mail, the very vlcmeuls nre conquered. and every tiling is mule to move liy hi* hand. but'Ice tin* fierce storms »l sea, and nn« i-.'alr* Ihe ocean ill «pHi- ol adverse winds, anil on our mighty rivers lie ascend* through the roaring I]•»»tj« »iih «n»e anil rapidity, ami even the rataracl of the Niagara, thr wonder of lint wurlil. surmounted liy III* iugeuuitv mill power. And yel then* in power thai influences and wield. this gre*t human engine. ami...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 8 November 1848

I I? I |H Till .EXPRESS. E A E Wednesday Morning, -Non-rakr 8, 1848. r^rrr^. •J'o llie MibwrilMrv* lo tbr K\prc** for ll"* Caiupii?*. TM«. number of the Et|»rrm will le the in-l one we wil! wiul to ihouc who aufwrrilwd tepteiaU// for the Isiti- rnnva.»s, .seej.1 jhe number we ore to furnish I'-rcf ronUiitii'tg the returns fom all the state* "fireh i"3)' X{"cU"i somc three or f»ur week*. A* )hi-« jHuttou of our |xiIrrtn* waa nut very Inrse, our rdirnri.il relations will terminates only witti few, (r wi-h mo»t of litem we indulge a fr. that they may become auWrihers to our regular wetfc'y ismie. We hope tint they haw nnd the Impress something like a useful fiviily iwtieie, a»d almo«t a* im'l |fn»iMtt lo tlinn at lrn*l ft Vaiikcc.rl«i-k «ir nn Al- Wr HI gli' NI!»«»y and important rc»- «on« why thgBijypi# tnkfu, at li-na', hy r»eiv cill'MWthe county, f-r lni"8 a^ide puldic, there :ifp |iri»iitc ronaidtfrn'i Jo# which many Itnow without rperiflcotiori. In one c:i*r, winin or two ago, ty ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 8 November 1848

l®psi MwvM§0&%s mr 3E2 m«r ARDWARE STORE IN TCRRE-IIAl'TE. LOOK OUT 1'OR CHEArSJDE! 1 c«junre, 'f subscribers arc now opening I» the •Rofs J[ I DuiMi.igs,' on Ihe west side |jf Iho P»Wi selected wnh '.-re it carcfrom tlldalest New ork \Vc„t importation*, which will be sold al shocking low price* for cash, in the line of of public patronage. Arnong our .lock will be found v«a TOO*LS. We ha»c an eiti-nxifc utock of twl» from the l«e*t rnnnufnclurrrn adapted lo the want* of the Farmer ami Mechanic of every branch of trade. wh| -h we shall (m p!?a»ed to show to any one, and ntill lielter pleaml »ell. I To Saddler* and Harness Makers. 1 Wehnve rt liri?e ni*iirlmi'nt of Saddlery, ineln•lina Tree*, P,nl BkiiiF, Web, Gin Tree*. Hame«, Thread. f»ie* and TrinimMiR*. ludi* llubberTop el'ith, Floor Oil cloth. Malcalile Iron, Coach c'oth, 13ran!t indu, S.-iildlerh' tool', Ate. In shurt, we have every nr:I -le in our line Ihnt i« required, and rh|1l he cnnntuntlv making addi linn* to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 8 November 1848

JfM mm hM*oii 4*nu hUiik in his'lif IAustri»n a mi ifj gWP-^' is T'xtraoroisanv Storv .—The N. Y. Iiriidl ol 0»:n nrr« states tint about niue•o yeftang'i Mr. Hjit,*of SV.Inm, Cnin., leu a inaikibly %'»od i-liilitil in his Colln-li-ite roursc, ws» no bletily»il»piived att.l lii* v. Mr. of his memory. those cirt»im«' u- Unit, sent him to Jl^i'fiM I hut mi ulicl, lie »-nt hi in to Dr. Chaplin, "I C4i»hMilj(r, The l)r. twin thcic Uns no Ii- hut at the for biui si tbiit «u- ol thirty MX or wv.-ii, wmmIvI he cWBprf-} tliLthe hmin wag muchexpanded l"f U»«: roiiii.-n, and ther* would lit I hi I age bo a «niitr*ction, which would t-wthlt: it io act ilthfu I Ilisanxio.iH f««h--r *.i I Uintty «hw tlnir hopes p« r^uipt'orilv rfcfeifH ninelrtn That tim«! h** rerrnt'y expired, and j. Jrftr. rir ^.r-a run fa-*h he hid j'iBl ioid thnn down, in r- mimed his "iiHthcmiii^l Mo ii-s «h. r»: he fl th-m.— 'Th'-re »#"i nil tr»cc Oil l»U mMid of Uii* long 1 b'ancc of gre«t'*al lilt-rest it, it ul into (hi* ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 17 December 1851

Mr**® rj|s& PDATO) S. DANALDSOH, Proprietor. WHOLE NO. 521. Miiiiiin "•4^ [CONCLUDED.] ..W'-J ^'.^Fellow-Citizens of the Senate 1 and House of Representatives I ncqd not say that the importaftce of these 1Y /-^considerations has been greatly enhanced by the sadden and Vast development -which the ^interests of the United States hare attained Sim California and Oregon and the policy ^heretofore adopted ia regard to those islands iggwill be steadily pvufsngd. jj- It ia gratifying rfotxpily to those who con1 tisider the commercial Interests of nations, but ^alw» to all who favor the progress of knowledge ^and the diffusion of religion, to see a coramunity emerge from a savage state and attain ^J?* such a degree of civilization iD those distant ^l It is much to be deplored that the internal 4 tranquility of the Mexican Republic should again be seriously disturbed for since the "v peace between that republic and the United States it had enjoyed such comparative repose that the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 17 December 1851

BalU Ch:f "h- adherence to the those measures, uld demonstrate slation to guard was not induced on because I thought ^ide differences and be reconciled by vieldldes, and this result had Tjgry conflict of many rt of the country was and violent convulnt. Looking at the ntry, I felt it to be jfeste in regard to them in all parts of the count ,'has removed doubts and uncertainties he minds of thousands of good men c0.®cf otitut s, and given renewed assurance that our. an(i our Union may subsist togeth­ er fot 3 benefit of this and all succeeding gen cratit MILLARD FILLMOK W^XGTO.V, December 2, 1851. CC SPONDZSCE or THE WABASH EXPRESS. LETTER FROM NEW YOEK. NEW YORK, Dec. 4, 1851. orj-The past has been a busy week oth from foreign and domestic caus- Atlantic and the Asia has just dis[e information they had brought when fcma, at New Orleans, and the Chero,e*Jroractheus 'his port delivered in7 fori two weeks later from California, every quarter of our widely extendnews has poured in to kee...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 17 December 1851

Jllll J4, -ajf'^rJvk Ballon Margaret same same..---Chambers FT same Clark Elizabeth 48 49 50 CREA^avid'hei^of::: same *.• Clark Philo heirs of Davidson Mary Oosnel Muiison..-."--.* Humaston aud Griswold.. same McCorraic John.......... Sherwin James heiw ot... Strain John game tame $ same 4t" fame...... 4 bame f?' same same earn" *'X'" same game •«•.. same same same. .. same esme.... •••*.'« fame 2« Tro^J«n Sainun Itoirs of. same While Janiel l,Clf3 of Adair John Brad sh aw Joseph II ... BUlltfi. same Barnes Vicnns. Black Thofiias heirs of Clippongcr George W Duvol Gideon same same. Hill Elizabeth same Hurd Jack6on John heirs-of Stewart William Unknown Owners....... gr. Budd and Bittchcr. Burkhead W Hamilton Joshy Howell Thomjr Harper VT^r• same 110 137 138 139 226 4 Siii'c-^aritili The highest Cash price paid for Sumac. O* The. highest cash price paid for Hidos, wreen IUUI drv, &tall timos. October iBi 1). Early, B. McKeen, McGregor, Tinner, 151-41 8m IHI-3.00 Ptt. 19 0f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 17 December 1851

4" f' S'escnt papCr •tionalat&& elevated patriotism, which addresses itself to the no nest and upright men of all parties. We Presidency, *nn0UnCeS CV7 "tltT A Ql LT WPT? T? I Indianapolis Correspondence. *W J-fAl llL O D.ji/ INDIANAPOLIS, December 8, ,1851. ... i» 8, DANALDSON, Editor/ A E IN E E •Wednesday* Horning, December 17, 1851. feel, ,by the votes of the tc% party, yet as President he has manifested such a Superiority over those feelings the just and fair minded men of the democratic party, every where He came to the Presidency under peculiar and most trying circumstanccs. Tho whole country—throughout its length and breasts'— was convulsed with an excitement not only without-parallel, in our previous .history, but which threateno^-*0 arouse passions still more angry, and Which placect TntRfemost imminent danger the best interests of the nation, if not the union of the States. Mr. Fillmore met the questions which grew out of this angry excitement, as ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 31 December 1851

.} A, -r -iji if "^-o^ V- ..w ,,v—is is' '.*&' v-vsr I DAVID S. DANALDSON, Proprietor. T¥i0LE Prom the Rational Intclligcnccr. Another Letter from Major Downing. ilatform to stand on. Uncle Joshua takes lold of the business like an old apostle of liberty. He says something mustbc done, or we arc a gone-goose people we can't never get along in this, split up into twenty parties, and every one fightin agin all the rest. When we didn't use to have but two parties, he says, one or t'other most always stood a chance to beat, and they that wasn't beat could take command of the ship, and trim the sails as they thought best, and man the helm, and keep her moving on the voyage. But now it's one agin nineteen everywhere all over the country, and if the good old ship dqii't get ashore.in the squabble, or run oil the rocks somewhere, it must be a miracle that'll save her. TC('' NO 523~ 4 tr v" Downingvillr, down East in the Stale of Maine, November'24, 1&51. THE DOWJflNG...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 31 December 1851

TIB Wfflffl MESS. «FFICE EAST 01" THE COURT-HOUSE. 'p- D. S, DARALDSON, Editor. E E to A E Wednesday Morning, December 31,1851. O" HESBV B. DAWSOX, of the city of New York, is an authorized Agent for the Wabash Express. His contracts will be rcspectcd and fully and fairly carried out. 1I -1/ yti 7.. fcJf-'* CARRIES'8 ADDRESS. Oar Carrier will be out on to-morrow morning, with Ins usual annual address, !B,|udc(1 and hopes to meet all hi. patrons, J, with we -fi led purses, smiling counten-',. ,. ,. ... Congressional Library Destroyed. Col.R.W.Thompson'sLecturcbeforetiieMe- discussion in the public papers, and amdng public speakers, and it is likely to give rise to new theories among us, the result of which cannot be well foretold. The Noble Exile of Hungary is busied every day in addressing our eastern brethren, and the very many associations that wait upon him. Every new speech creates anew furorr., and the beaten, but not conquered Governor of Hungary, is universally regarded as on...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 31 December 1851

Telegraphed to the State Journal. A I A O E E O A Highly Important/torn France Paris tn a state of jwVytf French .Assembly Di&sol- Vtd/ ".r. M1. NEW YORK, Dec. 20. The steamer Europa, from Liverpool, arrived at Halifax this morning, having experienced a constant succession of heavy ga'es- She left Liverpool on the 6th. One man was lost overboard during the passage. ASTOUNDING NEWS FROM FRANCE.— Matters in Paris have reached the crisis long anticipated. On the 1st instant the President seized the reins of government, dissolved the Assembly, declared Paris in a state of siege, arrested the leading opponents, and appealed to the people. The preparations were effected wir.h consummate skill andsecresy. Everything was consummated before the Assembly haa the least idea of the President's intentions. An entirely new ministry had been formed at daylight. On Tuesday morning the President's proclamation was found posted throughout the city, in which he ordered the dispersion of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 31 December 1851

»0 ffAWi r/ XS-A \j ih aj jot TERRE-HAUTE, INDIANA. -B||-B O W N (LATE OF COVX.VQTOX, INDIANA.) HAS leased, for a term of years, the Hew and commodious brick building situated near the south-cast corner of the Public Square, on. Market Street. The proprietor would re­ spectfully inform his former patrons and the travelling public generally, that his house is newly and neatly furnished, and in good order. He is now well prepared to accommodate liis friends and patrons in HIS BEST STYLE.— He asks a continuation of former favors. Large and well arranged Stables belonging to the House also, a genteel Livery Establishment, attached for the accommodation of guests. P. B. BROWN. Terrc-Haute, April 30, 1851-20-tf ^SmPL^rH3WAR]^^(C^ No. 303, west Baltimore st. third door west of Lib-, erty tl. Baltimore, Md. EEPS constantly on hand general 'assort- V. mentof Ready Made Clothing, Wholesale and Retail, to which they respectfully invite the attention of country merchants, ana the public general...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 January 1852

SI &: 'i* '&t, ,*V$ *-fm3S$% !mk j$4r"K- t*a*&Mm ?w *s*r is»~- _.-i *JX .+ti$mma 34 as#* «SK irf-nr^t »rv^ss^fcgr*:?!)® *j fc«# ,«fsf Ma ftms& m- u-sSisilte: DAVID S. DANALDSOH, Proprietor. WHOLE NO. 524. Roads, to which the memorials were re-1 .fr°m of the Mails, aw/ lA« opening of Post Of- fats, on Sundays, report. [CONCLUDED.] With these facts before us, it must be a With the exception of the United States, the whole human race, consisting it is supposed, of eight hundred millions of rational beings, is in religious bondage and in reviewing the scenes of p«r«ocution which history every where presents, un- It was with a kiss that a Judas betrayed his divine master, and we should all be admonished, no matter what our faith may be, that the rights of conscience, cannot be so successfully assailed, as under the pretext of holiness. The christian religion made its way into the world in opposition to all human government. Banishment, tort...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 January 1852

OFFICE EAST OF THE COTJBT-HOUSE. D. S. DANALDSON, Editor. E E A E The £rnit«Aioe* is a well-finished frame, (-are ready to Tlris distinguished gentleman, the over- qUcncc whelmed and exiled Governor of Hungary, solutions and history, in so short a time About the first of January, Kossuth arrived at Washington, whore Congress propose to give him "a cordial welcome to tho Capital and the country, in tiie name and behalf of the people of the United States." It is understood the ceremonies will be about the same as those extended to Lafayette in 1824, which was exceedingly simple, but touching. Lafayette was presented by its committee to the Senate, with these words "We introduce Gen. Lafayette to the Senate of the United States." The General, advancing to the chair, was invited by the President of that body to take a scat prepared for him on his riirht. No address to him was made.— The Senate adjourned soon after, and tlum the'President and members paid their individual respects to him...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 January 1852

Correspondence of the Bxprea a. St. PabI) Dec. 6th, J1851* 1 D. SmJ)an*idsoti, Esqin m- %%&it Io aiy last I gave you aaaocount of this town, &c. I will now try to give you an account of the country over the river, and up the Minnesota (St. Peter's on the map,) river. fcc. j|*| j, The country lying opposite this phrce is a beautiful country indeed, mostly prairie, interspersed with groves of timber, and delightful lakes, full of fish of whicli the Indians catch a great many, by cutting a hole in the icc, around which the fish gather, when they are thrown out by putting a hook under them, which is fest^ped to a stick," -v », fSJ** Tjjjm tract of land is very large, extending down the river to the Iowa line, and up lo our northern boundary—and those who have explored it say, it is well adapted to farming pur^ose^'' A great many persons have gone over nnd taken their claims already but whether they will be- inspected or not, until the ratification of the treaty, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 7 January 1852

f- O II O S E Uki SXS «£5- O [S«lB£ JAHUAEY,. .. MAKCH,. Ami,.., JCM. 11^ JuLT,. AUGUST,. 1 lit 1 I1"' V.'24 1 I it I N it 0 FC ROU THE VEAB OF OUR JWRD, 1852. Bissextile or Leap Year SUN. 1 1 g!£ 7 7 17 7 12 7 6 6 59 6 52 6 45 1 2 3! 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 2116 35 2 23 24 25 26 27 28 6 27 29 .... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1G 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 23 29 30 31 Fnsusr. 5 25 5 33 42 51 0 9 18 06 I 3 4 5" 6" 7 8 9 10 12 13 14 15 16 17 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 .nan MAT, 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 &. I 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 ....... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16. 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 1 2 3 "i 's 'b 'Y 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 .1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 SirriMDi-E,, 1 2 3 4'5 37...

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