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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 28 July 1849

X ...... - - - -' ' - - i 1 i THE EXAMINEIt. JOHN H. HEYWOOD, NOBLE BUTLER, Editobi. LOUISVILLE: :JULY 23, 1819. gy We end, occasionally, a numUr of the EtxamrsaU persons who are not eubocribtrt, in the hop. that by a perusal of it, tkemay be in ducad to subscribs. ' EMANCIPATION TICKET. CHAPMAN COLEMAN, DAVID L. BEATTY, JAMES SPEED. Central m4 BxacaChra CeeassltUte. W. W. Woroley, Wm. Richardson, Wm. E. Glorer, Reuben Dewsoa, David L. Beetty, Jamee Speed, Bland Ballard, ' W. P. Boeae, Thomas MeGraia, Lewis R niftier, Wm. RicHaaoeoM, Treasurer. Blah Bxllxid, Corresponding Secretary. Back XibWn Wawiesl. ' If any ef ear aabaeribera can tend M one or all of the follow! nf back number of the Ex aminer, tbey will greatly obi If us by so doing: Of Vol. 1 Koa. 22, 25, 26, 36, 39, 47, 48, 50 53. Of Tot. 2 -No.. 56, 57, 61, 62, 63, 69, 73, 75, 78, 79, 91. B lelfUeilaM a4 sre-SUvery Blea. It to very commoa to hear the oppoaeDta of Emancipation declare that the EmancipationiaU hare done freat ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 28 July 1849

w :'.rrlmi em TBtwi-awav Kle. ling held at tbt Court-HoiM (o "mancipatioB candidate for th Lrj- rn very large bb SBthBsiaalic. -i submitted1 by lb committee t the were ratified wUboat eBdienting i iib uach nihuaiaam. The follow- jiLcul report of the proceedings: nUi; of the friend of Emancipation, CjuiI House in tbt city of Louisville, tjay evening, the 26th of July, for the pur tcu!dur previous notice) of ncminarinc r lot the Leciaiature, on motion. V. V. .,ry h called to the chair, tod Keubeu Daw. . p.xliild aecretaiy. Bfc)iofl, a committee of uise u appoint! t(iKHt the aamea uf three pwrnoo aa caudtdatee r, (L LeriaJaiure. The following gentlemen .niKiiulM DV we; coau ea mat committee: J I fieau'e, W. E. Glover. M. Colter, Jobn Ua- kara. tof" Needham, i. O. W. UarTcHl, Jouathan Sc,, Jjho Cochrane, Jacob Kellar. o lie teuce of the comnuUe, Mr. Chamber Vti called "Pon lu u1 uicnuig, woo re- 'Mi Lhetew in aa eppropriat manner. decla rer fciujielf " tot ot b4d"1f. d upporting lu7 wmi...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 28 July 1849

LITERARY EXAMINER Iwliii4 Bwilii Bametimaa the haart jrowa wnry with the lad vi enortsrraltleee grown, end witbered nopas, Of leve that eoaght ia rale te poar itself Freely tod tally forth late the hearts Of odier. Ged'e appoint! cape for love; Some timet the heart prow weary with the light M utoaa dom uo4 made men wila llrlng aoula, uroveuing, ir not ia crime, id vice it not la vice, ia that raak emplineaa and aloth . That rot aoula piecemeal eves ere they kill; Sometime the heart grow weary with the din Of wealth, and Cry of want, and anllen laugh Of holy aorrow cardliag into bate, Av, with that groan of universal woe Wherewith the whole creation, as of yore, Travelleth In pal a together antit bow; t'ometimee the heart growa weary, very weary. Aad tbea the Small Voice aaith, "Sow oa la faith! Sow the good need! another after thee Shall reap. Haa thou, not garnered many frnila Of o there' aowiog, whom thou kaeweat uotl Canst tell bow many atroggle, aarTeringa, team, Ali aarecorded,...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 4 August 1849

V" ' - . . ' ' " ' s ......... . - . y.in,-V r3Tnrja 4 a 'irret . - ... . ... f. . , : f r-t r a ;-.: 5 " . l i ,, . . 1 vjc.. X v A .' ' : ? -x ...... N . j , Ty - r .;; ; "phove alu thincs; hol PASTTiwmcn'ia good " ? ' - - -, VOLUaiE HI. tup. KXAM1NER: TKum. TiT0 IOLLA rEt KV.l ADVANCE gll COMBS FO TBS DOLLAK. PAUL SEYMOUR, ASt ADDBEM. Fillow CiTur It is the good fortune ,nd peculiar priTi'. ge or the people of our couniry. thst chry Live it largely in theli er w fallow aiediaitet of the.r own reason. In wbaierer concern the ordina prlvta transactions of individual, thi Uemioently true. Tbo sphere of indi. rdual d.acretion as pperummg to prime enterprise. itor.Iy limited bj the neceity of d;Kricinati:- between those oblecti of pursuit tlat are lawful, and those that ar. tot o. In relation to matters of public lolicy, too, the liberty of attempting to u perioJuce a change upon the existing state of ;nes ii wi:Lou: aiaterial reatraipt, except 10 f,r u the law prescribes the manner i...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 4 August 1849

THE EX A MINE H. jonx h. hwvwood. NOBLE BCTLEB, Eoiroas. L0U1SVILLK::::::::::::AUG. 4, IF49. CT" Wt eeed, 0ccmfoall9, number of tke Ittmmtt persens srt are not evbtcribert, in the , tfcrf bf m penuml U. tkey may b in dated tetnbeerile. BMlKHPiTIO CTTT TICKET. CHAPMAX COLEMAN.T ? ' r, DAVID I.. BE VTTY, - " - - ' J AME3 SPEED. . . A , roe m Lurauruu. HENRY R.TUNSTALL, . ROBERT F.BATRD, 0 WILLIAM CROSS. , Crnul u4 Exeeattve 'aeltte. W. W. Worsley, Wm. Rirhardeea, s. Wm. 8. GItm, ' KmIwi Diwmd, David L. Beatty, .. i. j Jvmea Spd, Blaad Ballard, W. P. Boeae, Tbo-nas McGraia, Lewis Ru finer, Wm. RicaaBDso, Treaaarar. Butaa Baixaao, Corresponding Secretary. Back aaabrra Waa tret. If aay of ear eabscribers can aeDd one or all of tba 'nil wlng back numbers of tba Ex aminer, tby will greatly oblige us by ao doing Of Vol. 1 Noa. 22, 25, 26, 36, 33, 47, 48, M, 53. Of Vol. ftXoe. 56, 57, 61, 62, 63, 69, 73, 75, 78, :S, li. - alasso UirwM'i a4rM. Ws have aot vet had raom for tba address of thto ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 4 August 1849

at A.-V- M-' . . - la wtwiM tn by lbs advaostee 1st- t mUUUI wave aienw, aivuv.- IJ- sad I aaiihl anew thai wpU ere nrlppM of the Baiim- .liUOB, 00 f Ml wvaan.vaa ayaa- aueoal ii" k tora fnm lta -lorioas Utote totter boob iU I ought else areseatia uoiure . atiicAl ab4iuoa (a the uicJ prs-slsvsrf ia the Mthi tr beea called ironi ins laiersai Cerfl erfles f lr7 d WW fgr, strlks at Ihe f;olsea ehaia el a I aught PoftrtT tni e w ur"1f U iUe a Ast ine aationa rt? - Stated by aUlb.rpopl.S ..d I aad imitats. ay " i r t .a ..- aventnckiaae to r-i.t. "V ibs oifhtof BBcoaqaersble patriotism. uiit enons -r r --- - jtlf shining in as, piriaj las kwn 5 1.U0M; that ih.y maybe fill ttb ITSbU "J1' U' BireB.lh, - Parity, tT-l.ans fiwedota slwayspaerstea. Bal rawa ut"wH is , that all theee things, meat 1 . want of harmony, betweea tha . . - i, aJawarr. ami tha rirhl. ".era, sad r-aTofauves, !-, -..aaoveeeisaty of the people. eh oo et Sul'! ""d "lt ifl iZiirr"' mo,t wfBl eoat loa. Tb aauaa U ba coaiaJ...

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

. - II LITERARY EXAMINER. if mil ST StARCS A. StUBB. ' WBaBBB I ecriy mora I laid Uit par Maaaiar whiuaeee with iwm thoagbV Bal aa lavtaloie we of M tell , U which mj gnf refieetioaa all were eaaghL Aad e I dreamed Uetd of wisely thlnklog, -Alt watched U ahiftiag ahadowa (lid add AM the while faaey ante faaey linking" la loaasnt Idleaoss the lire-long day. TheaoAeaed light wlthla my alleat chamber, Omeelhrosfh the branehe of tall graceful ireee; , New brightly golden Bad aow paly amber, Aa the aaroetfal bosgha obey the breexe. Aal shedowa of the leevee are a! wave glancing vo urN or oa eaaemeai al my room, Cbaagefal la piece a ad motion ae tbe dancing Ceprlctoae waving of a warrior's plume. If e'er j shadow waa a (airy being. 1 eoald aot watch their graceful motion tare 8a ratrthfallr taunt thev eeem oa eeeiog Which eaall eut-dance the other on the floor. The wetere of my eoal Uka of the raoUea, Aad ripple, ripple, ripple like a stream, Aa if they were aot deeper than the ocaaa, Aad...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 August 1849

k - k f' ): L J.1JLL j dim AA.L Axxyix I I I In. ; "prove all things; hold fast.tiiat wmcn is good. VOLU3IE III. LOUISVILLE KY: SATURDAY AUGUST 11, 1849. WHOLE NUMBER 113. pwi.J THE EXAMINER; to toe r umie. Bit :0PIK KOB TKS DOLLARS. PAITL SEYMOUR. ret null' ADVANCE, to Wt yeara ploy tranpporunx and seilirr him in iha ITnit States as a slave. Uy an act approved , 1820, Congres. made lha foreign slave trade piracy, and imposed the punishment of death upon those who might engage in it. Washington signed and approved the Constitution as Presided of the Conven tion, and afterwards liberated all his slave. Jefferson (who, in reference to alaveiv. said "he trembled for his country when he re membered that Uod wart just, ) signed and approved the acl prohibiting the further hn. portation of slaves. Monro signed and approved the act denouncing die slave trade as piracy. Am I to be condemned for en. tertan.ing sentiments like thos upn which these fathers of ihe republic huve acted? Our colon...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 August 1849

THE EXAMINER. john h. heywood, noble butlek. Eoiron.. LOUISVILLE. ::AUG. 11.1849. mr He send, occasionally, number of the EiiviaiiU rir not subscribers, in the ". 9 perusal U, Ikty nay b in- dmtod lo susocrHf. Barm Itiakrn Wanted. If aay ot dr eubscrlber can Mod as on or II of th following back number of th Ei amiaer, Ibrf will really obi If t a by m doing: Of Vol. UN'n. 22, 25, 2G, 36, 39, 47, 43, SO, 53. Of Vol. UNm. 5C, 57, 61, C2, 63, C9, 73, 75, 78, 79, 11. Kt Defeat feat at Delay. Na F-maueipalloaist ought to b discouraged by tba reaalt or tha lata election. Tba wsol of saeees la mora apparent than real. 8e wht baa been seeompllalied. A fear years ago, scarcely a man spoke ags!nt tba I attention or Uvery. It was a forbiddeu subject. Now, tha people of tba Slate ha? come np and looked the Ttem in tha face It cannot aland that lock It will ahrink away like a euilty thi nr. Wi have mrt with a delay, not a defeat. Emaacipa liooUl "bide their time." Tha men who bare voted for the 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. — 11 August 1849

C BOX. J. A. CSDBRVTOOD "' . . . - ; dfnm Fi'tt Pg r ;.rgi open the vale of free la- ap citieand low as, and Jo cod . t Uciuriiig establishments and the .'ia. I need on'y point yon to th rioo. . nr prosperity itboni i inaii advaue a tui iKilaL Louis- i i;Hild "rOane of Cincinnati, had f txea lv In Kentucky ., u0U', grctlemeu, stle I tie provision ,1 iti l see la the Constitution about . r..,md auou the suited of slavery. 'i first placet I deeirw tliat ttie furiher In- aeiijs of slave luio our state, w un a view rermsueot settlement, shall be prohihited. I .hi I uutol j-ct to transient person bringing as aairalll bvhn ara atl- aTi A Wli, them servauts who ara iUr, 01 -avln: ti.rough our Stat w.ih la the second P1 ,Ct "" lh lib slsves. e further einan aijilt u l,! slaves, " ''- - . the Slate, prohibited. I wl.h . n m I A pmut t a. ,i faiu' n.ttcipiUuB to b connected Willi eifl"t iiord and laat place, I desire that the Irf.sM urptriiiieul kiuli b required to pro , f r i1' orgtuiaiioa o...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 11 August 1849

LITEUARY EXAMINER.- . Gwd Nla. FKOM TBS .KRJ(Af OF rarta. Dark I the Bigot! Yt tr r ghoimering through th cop of aeavoaw Tbeeiretgb aofUy through lb wandering And Unocon, aaatalaed by aril lecvea, AU brif ht embie lb outward gloom eaa pleaee, With the sweet loflueaeeof the calm honrfilled, la it clear boenra carrylag ill ova heaven! Ta all who bar their day 'a work well falfilled T them good eight! Still la tha nhjhtl AH day load noiee wane; ' Weary aud tearinl eyelMe owa thclrn, A "rt -leef ia lulliag io her aoft domain The throbbing heart with Hearen'e tea eoo'hing Oil in. To vou for whom her chad dveef od la vaiu. Whom care keepa watching, e-rece your carer tikarm; Soothed t the coach of sorrow and of pain To each good bight! Rich ia tha eight! Caa man hope here for more, Whe t dark night of trouble veil him ( "llnd, Thaa In it g'.il err a ma to are brae' a ope lie etore, Anrl ea-te warm m iah by fancy crowaV7 Tw ;oa I r li., 1h- t.vdav nomor, ! li-ru ' vltitr ie l.rlrrp he found...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 August 1849

7 nP TTTr TI71 "prove all things; hold! past that which; 18 good." lr VOLUME III. THE EXAMINER; f.anaaa- Watkly.au Jefferson St., next door but out to the fast gfflM. TIBJII. TW0 rw'LLAtS ftt AKM'M. IN ADVANCE, IX forist ruK tes dollars. PAUL SEYMOUR, rci miti. Th SI'" f tb Bt?liilwTMr Vie we et tela very. It was owing in a great degree 10 the ihreateun aiutude nuaumed by bouih Car olina and Georgia, io ihe Convention of 1757. for forming the United States Con tuiuiion, that the slave trade wu tolerated lor twenty years, from ihe adoption of the voujiiiution uuiil the ear ISOb. We can hardly brine ourselves to credit the record of ihe facts, that a traffic which ia now de clared to be piracy by the laws of the Uui. ted SmieN aud punialiable with death, (chap. 113, sec. 4, 1621), Laws U. S.) was en. crafted on the Coiobtiiutiou of the United uies, the charter of our liberate, and con tinued w deface it for twenty years. Thus tolerating, by a coruiutional piovision, a traffic which, i...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 August 1849

r the KX.r is JOHf H. HFYWOOD, NOBLE BUTLER, 1 Editors. LOUISVILLE::: :AUG. 18, 1819. it W send, c&uionally, nwmoer o (l EuKimU vrrmnu mh ar nottubcrlber,ln tki , y" f erase! sr, ty "vy 2 tfitttf isnaeerise. - - - - . , Back IwWn Waaled. If any of 'our eabecrlbers caa tend one or ell of the following bock, nnmbers of tho Ex arainer, they wllj greatly oblige pt by so doing: Of Vol. UNm. 22, 25, S6, 36, 39, 47, 48, SO, S3.- . -a .'i j Of Vol. 2 Noi. 5C, 57, CI, C2, 3, 69, 73, 75, 76, 79, 91. , i. ; The KJectlsja, . . Nsxt week wo hop to bo able to tire ia full the result of tho election, Wo shall attempt to how the grounds of hope pawned by the Emancipationists. Tbe IWripdrt Spirit. On Tbaraday, the day after oar election, the Rev. Howard Maleom, D. D., who baa oo long and eoiicesefally occupied tho Presidency at Georgetown College, felt compelled by tho vio lent excitement produced by bis voting for the emancipation candidate, to hand ia to a called mating of the trustees, his Im...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 August 1849

I aevtreJ : . . Phtoj, August S A. M. , ,v tut !iht we commenced . wir dUotch.' which ws finish 1 : two Ui muiiu8. ; TiLtAr Onid, St. Joan a, ' Aoguat7, 13 M. f ,t!i America from Liverpool, Jo' i sttUlilU BlU o'cmcs. uu momii . tMMi pria to th 26th. an Londr h-U.. The America will bou ,i, ii houroa Tharedayeveaiag, ..j -.nthasiaamineatias b en be! ) "AVi iprae the pu iiic syrupsthy with tl . - tnwS b lbe Hungarian, fof U,. l Tat lode yeudeucs, 'sad argii, . c..ii.k aunulIT tit recognition Ot On Knof H angary appreciated h,ir 'tuttloi lhtfcn"l" i, .d if mincing their eipr 'Tnaif proposed to aid the Hogariaii i '.V- Th. -MM Which by kw "". dcr.oiioo. Th whole assem. v"1"1 Z man and gv a war yell witt b!i "jH .7iro- The petition adopted, by th bM&ia befoT. Parliament, and.., 22 talis dsosts po.th. affair. , tion, divieuon xito is lb rank. A me.orl LsUtive Aeeembly-legiumatieu-9 rf JCede from the ranke of the Bone uTm. ttieswsis and torn a MPsrsts P!W" wk of late appeared in the Leg...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 18 August 1849

LITERARY EXAMINER t ,?JL- SVarwIa. by proar r. - .... ' I JT0 Vltsl aledbeat of -all things gifted x With pro ml or with troth, By w ww m naii -a-- - fat prBiJ youth. O b, with gentle reverence, artonder ' The wish te interfere, Beheld the miracle, devoat aad tender, But c&iarsot ita spherel CMIJhsod, with meek intelligence, appealing, Wbei fairdiana annoy, At gab the sympathies it life revealing, Anka freedom to enjoy. . ' Ceota. by graceful waywardness, achieving It claim ihs boon to ', A rrow doom la Faery world Mtrlev log, Lauaud eatramuielod there. The Utroro of nations pJeni that r'.rM be lMed TU Freut grapple fairly with the Past, rev Libert?' 3i. ,f tauioleatrtd, w iM trltimpa at in last Prolans not Lor ia it divine seclaslon; If tree, ila hope U sure. Ew in wrtk tinru it It a chance illusion, Tt:at vilely woald endure. For all thief deetiood to earvive, engender f -ir owe progressive lifo, A B i Traih. ten. kern by her leal defender, ti ryy.juf r ia the strife. la r.ini...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 August 1849

. . ' ' " ' ' Y " TTTTTni ' Tr---r- a twt T"tvt tt ttT) 7""'".:;r- "prove all things; hold" past that which is good." i VOLUME III. THE EXAMINER; PakUtact sekly.oa JalTersoa St., ae&t door but ou lotto Port Office. TKKSlft. TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE. SIX COPIES FOB TE5 DOLLARS. PAUL SEYMOUR, Forth Exaiulner, MmImuh, As titers is a strange effort to defend sla very from the Scriptures, we ought careful ly to examine what the Scriptures, in their general tenor, teacn. Let it be remember ed that the word "servant,1 r i . . louna in Serin. ture, or the fact of slavery, does not eatab- very butpol7gamy and monarchy, can be If to. then, not only ,1a. esubliahed. If we loc k into the history of servants' in Scripture, we shall rind that the origin of servitude not to be traced to divine au thority, but to the poverty, imbecility, and despotism ol human nature. Persons be. came "aertanU in two ways. 1. By debt. 2. By captivity in tear. The cred itor could sell the debtor, or his...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 August 1849

THE EXAMINER. JOHK n. hsywooo. KOUUt BUTLKB, EoiTOKS. LOUISVILLE: :::AUG. 25,1849. Cb TSJ, ttmmtmaHy, nmbr tk ZzAMtatat (wrswuo wJU mrt nt0ulterHtrt,in at a, uJ if fruni it, tkry tnay b fa cta toenlssrisi. It aay ot out eabaeribers esa tend as one or aD ef the suQowtng back aamber of the Ex anaiaer, they will greatly oblige as by eo doing : Of VoL 1 No. 123, 25, SC, 36, 39, 47, 48, 80, M. Of VoL UNn. 56, 57, CI, 63, 63, 69, 73. 76, T8, 79, 11. Use IcTriiUw 184S. Oa ear foarta pap, ander thia head, will ba feaad aa taUreetlng artiela which wa traaelaU frota tha "Courier Dei ElaU Uala." Tha ad Iran af Lamartlaa will read it with pleaaura aad lava bin batur thaa before. Afray la tka Vtfat Wara, Moat af aar raadara kaow that aa affray acauad U tha Flrat Ward, daring tha lata alaatiaa la aar aity, la which Mr. Seymoor, tha publisher af tha Examiner, waa attacked, aid a Mr. Maaaa eh at by Mr. S. Wa expected tha ma tut ta undergs a jadicial invsstigation, and datarmlaad taaay nothing on tb...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 August 1849

Maoism Co., Kr. Atyast 4, IMS .1. er of lb 19th IneC. .apou th Foxtowa r Uu af impartiality . any reepeatful ecaaldara oc-uMBd editorials which . rpoa this BBbject, many of .edtne, I cboom la respond . W-f V. nm urnml Cities, and because yoa repre- ff moralists to whom I think " ,f moralists .. ,i.ll U address myself aew P 17,4 that every man aboald bo av-rfD I ' . - .1 . ,i. ..i f -I . V ... in ihaetandard of rihl karmr rtierruv. - ----- " 31 " "-UchhacoaaeJoalioaalyholdo. The . .nd Talk would not b fairly judged, jtladTik tha aam aUBdard. Holding aa 1 .-dsgnt .TioMlv.ll" doctriao of self-defence, , uki fonod tlolatlnf in laiia oi boo- i ji I rlaiulr ahould not bo Im poled to f'L. No iaan honor moro than I, k...tin whn. with vreal , .t U:ra c1 11 l." . .... - "l I i-4 i, rf aoBl, ia oevouoa m wu wrjr i ,ori nclpl e.ylelda p what I llte I V .-VaiwJ rihu of maa. 1 1 , UV1W BW mwmmwm, iAaa.aku A i.r. I Trirof anTtLerAaa fi' atrVacoalt him la ao doiaf; not ( e"lrT .k.i on.'. l,f i. f' ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 25 August 1849

r , 1 i LITERARY EXAMINER, Neuare mm FaahlM. " IPror Bwaia'a EetHah McVodieaJ Tit natare makes the gentleman, ' 'Tii nature moulds the heart and mind. Endow, far mar than fashion can, With all IU boast of niodea refin d: Yoar rank ia bat a human gift, A ad all experience prove. It ao; No earthly title yet po.ld lift The mean, tha worthier, and the low. Then be ye bold when foela look cold, Foi right and reason both commend It, And eareiy they who make the fold Are food m they who waste or spend it. 'Tie aatare g ranta the wladom, power, The Innate tenderness of thought; A lofty mind la nature! dower, A boon no fortune ever bought. Where Data re' hand hath been before, There 'e little need of Faahion'e touch; Can rank for ruanhood'e grace do morel It often faila to do aa much. " Then be ye bold when foola look cold, For right and reason both commend it, . And eurely they who make the gold Are good as they who wast or apend it. Prom tbe Coamer Det Etata Unii. Hlaeerr lb Rev4wlla mt SS...

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

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