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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 October 1857

9 3 if J i-n it t: ti Jie 5f ei 3 of JfteSoh). ' LAWRENCE, ICT. Saturday MoraiEg, October 3, '57. Cunningham Babies in Kansas. , Not long since, the editor of the Herald of Freedom informed tne young ladies in Kansas that they could pre-empt ICO acres of land. Some of the sirong-miruled ones, ivrho were disciples of his at that time, sjualted on different claims in the south em part of the Territory, which had lately come into market. The pre-emption law says:. " The individual claiming the benefits of said acts must be either the head cf a family, or a widow, or a single man over the ageof twenty one." Kansas Corres fonderil of 'Vie Ho. Democrat. Not content with falsifying the Uerali cf freedom, the correspondent of the Dem ocrat must propoxate the most infamous falsehoods about the ladies. The Herald of Freedom did state the fact that single ladies who were the her.fls of families could just as well pre-empt r land3 in Kansas as cool J the btemer sex. . JIany of them took advanta...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 October 1857

j ' fT OF 1 1 - rfal inf the bio J JJL Vi ,U 1 t x JLVJJ.U w2 Terms:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL EISE AGAIN." A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subjects. BY 6. W. BROWN & CO. - LAWRENCE, KANSAS, OCTOBER 10, 1857. NUMBER 9-VOLUME 3. rui Of intPCri .inf.ri4 CoIiVC 1 f. All ins lA i the n i l 1 Ti 1 'A. V attend- ii.-T!itch. Cv.il I -U caga ml Jn-n rcalur :inji Mil! ;"tit J-t'rcw Worb. c-te. io nuMie C! pen able !o 7e have lax our firm olibtncr.t T. CHA Ut v IVFOI: U.!tv- nil ti iculanv, in: 7 and 'I IS, ATTKN inA r.f tcr lyntandi of -t'- ...j,.rtm,.lll!l .Mi market r ,-r tBfCCr. i; ud we bo ,"chrfinsr T AT LAW n: tic nas.i. n practice ' For the Herald of Freedom. A Bachelor of Kansas to the Young Ladies East. A bachelor of Kansas, urged on by despair, And most wearied out with his fate; Has summoned up courage at last to declare. Thai he wishes to change his sad state; Desires most sincerely to alter his life. And take to hia cottage a dear...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 October 1857

Vi I' ,i5 V A V Hi )1 .1 t WEEKLY CffiCIJLATIOX, NEARLY 8,000. G. W. BEOffS, A. VTATTLES, XDIT8ES. Here ihall the Preas the People? riga U maintain. UuawM by party and unbrib'd by piin; Pledged bus U Truth, to Lib-rtj and Lair, 2m fatob twui as, and no peak shall awe. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MU2SKG, OCTOBER 10, 1857. TggMS.--g.9 PEB AXXTX. IX APVASCE. Ths Election audits Batara. ' The election has closed, and the result is strongly forshadowed by the returns which hare already reached us. ' We have delayed our paper this week somewhat with the view of getting , the returns as full as possible, knowing how anxious each reader would be to get the final re sult. There is not a doubt, from the re turns already before us, but what the Free State party has a working majority in both branches of the Legislature. Nearly all the county and township officers through out the Territory, are also of our party. Along the border innumerable frauds of the grossest character have been perpetra te...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 October 1857

itLecompogi, ' neglected in Purpose i Men dr. . meir tior. natural reQit Backlog Sred to mav tbe : firm on- '-uueiesa thro' t never aban judgment and must learn the con-tantlv rw I;- i " career PlEts, a3 cod." backbone, i Dots a man inconsistent ns, and which ran extent pone to stand ameaiatedifii. , and anesrar, cd. if kr.iJ . character, w straightens . vhich promr.t. 1'here is not requisite is not ier is a. if,(r with the cour- 88 of life: in. to the mark of minis is firm c of others ' uer Panic. veriest craven ae least alarm "Mite, within ed, ling their ' iear is remov hat a few days' ry atmosphere of not only the a paper money ur weeks speaking; an tuereis none, the Ohio Life , moneyed men their treasure, long stocking ed men never itual support; fired into the xking out for i'the other, and e great law cf - lie care of num. ivcd many an on was loV, and ittered by one ; wa3 net a carl- pondent of the loomed to be a iter has cried hen there was t it is doubtful m giving an tf- ie...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 October 1857

i M A 17 : U 5 is re Ifje feid of ftoSoh). LAWRENCE, K- T. Saturday Morning, October 10, '57. Cditotial Jottings. Last April, in company with two trav eling companions, Tve made the trip to Emporia. Following a blind trail, we ar rived in town a little before sundown, weary, cold and hungry. "We found Mr. Hammond, the carpenter, the first settler. with several workmen and emigrants oc cupying the only house in town, not then quite finished. In size, it was about twelve by fourteen feet, a story and a half high. As good luck would have it, we were all good natured, and thankful things were no worse. The women and children occupied the floor below, with what little beddiDg there was, while the men, inclu ding the Doctor, the Colonel and ourself occupied the loft The wind blew, as a Kansas wind knows how to, and we bar ricaded the open cracks with flour sacks and other things, to the best of our abili ty, and then prepared for sleep. Two new mattrasses spread upon the floor made a supe...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 17 October 1857

I , - read " uo been oMhese t beimr the d. ed to portray tk' Viio m, we would we. unit - - y's.- ISTRATIOV fS! coant of attle and Ont- I:V. (iarv 1!!""". Ve on Au- 111? tt iprinoners; Jo Missouri Bj .trial : th rder the I tto H v l0 ' National -ove. Jtetder anA es, uuiragei and rt of the United ;c. on me receipt ISCGCXT ntcd. r TO TUX Price in 3, Pn blither, U Philadelphia. Izpresa Co. RES n i.v.r COMITOX. CITY and Permanently led Sum. ng energy arge in i B4 aUcedent. In a miorcea with at, onveyanceslcnaal uforced so. J'aily ins I'arltP' tiff. 1.1 lllM. i St. Josenh. i the route, e in attended to. Ail rccis. ireishtand mpatch. All Ion. ai mis oflice. ;ON, Agent. k-ss Co, 42,. bago, IU., nnfatnrv mil .1 nerc mar be fun..,! le and Stationary iav.ynnuir Meaia md Iron Miu-hin. Jhsnlar Saw Mill. rn Mil', with new is lions. Ueneral mple MU1.. Steam hltl(. Finwl, iiitmng. Casting ent hciew C'atter. ' own imrvtrtatiin Work, etc., etc. itien able to keep,up e nave largely in cur firm, anil K...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 17 October 1857

WEEKLY CIECCUTIOX. NEARLY 8,000. 6. W. BROWX. Jc A. WATTLE-", EDITORS. Here irt the Pre the Pmi right atalatala. Pledgee1 hat t Trath, t Liberty u4 Lw, 5e rTr hi, s4 Fr awe. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY 3I0RXLXG. OCTOBER" 17, 1C57. TEiiMS S.OO PER AXSCSI. IN AITACE- Complicity of Gev. Walker tn the SXectioc Frauds. , Among the multiplicity of reports hour ly reaching us of frauds in the late elections, the interference of Missourians, soldiers voting, ana .other grave eharges against Guv. Walk ee, . we have thought it but just to th! Governor and the public that we should inquire into them, and give our readers the result of onr own investiga-. tions.; Our purpose has teen to arrive at j the truth, not to shield the Governor, or j any person acting in concert with -him from j deserved censure. The first charge against Governor Walk er represents that he had labored to in duce a Missourian by the name of Hxfiir ixx to vote at Kickapoo. When we heard the report we pronounced it false, b...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 17 October 1857

loan.'-' - that Surveys was elected Conatitationai :lafewvreeh ut to conveno - I'UUlJSh CI hl - "Mr,' may desire to line of policy 'nl be observ er of makin- , but th rly, fairly and me citizens of ram ft n i t ag proved by the icaldi ficulties ;peech : . very flattpnV- mi tn - - r i-sident of tLU uujr aware of ion wnich ha.. occasion. T tiuties of the c-alled, unless ion of friends 9 fulfill these to the extent -nosi unneces- ny utmost ef- J assurance of I accepted the t I may add, ordinarv a- Convention to i new State i s, a matter of riT . -o -.M.c may a great conse- njjresn and in I there will bo tue States of to-day under and I trust on vent ion hxs rge the duties gh responsili with their im as but to the to become a "istbj framed. U'J approval ,, will settle a!! I us, and will the Union. I erhaps, doin ny honest an-l at the forma- prostrates and is seeking by ver, to obtain t of the saeri- U not merely i h interested, tion involve ie people hero tt the Renub- sues to bere- s w...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 17 October 1857

Ifje ifeil5 of B-eedoty. Can the Kansas Eivr be Havi;ated? The above interrogatory has been fre qUeIltly propounded to us by letter, and our answer u.3 aways een tmiform, "That it can be witli snitably constructed TesseL" But it is urgca that every attempt thus made has proved a failure in the end. And -we -would reply that it will continue a failure until practical men, who are ac quainted with tho river, and the wants of the country, shall engage in the matter. Let us examine the facts and draw our j conclusions from that, what Kind ot a craft is demanded as an experiment. The Kansas river is about two hundred yards wide, and has a current tanging from four to five miles an hour. It ranges in depth from six to eight feet, and pro bably in very high water to twice that amount, down to from ten to fifteen or eigh teen inches in depth. Its bottom is san dy, and iU bed is shifting, sometimes in one place and again in another. These changes usually occur in times of fresh ets, and soon...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 October 1857

i iedom. L .1.. .uCTe aces.; H uriner than tobein?thrda . ILi ii:iJJ f ",7 " c woniarte" Terms: Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIX.' A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subjects OP 11 Is I I 4 M.lVJo TRATI0V iv paees. Win. full account 0Y i.7i "M Jieri ittles and Out-' ;et)V ashing h.'t"i"-V .-i""re,inaI ,8 prwoners; the prrcetQiERJ of on yf atiruai V Aana4 Our- SB. Ilrlm t Outrages ami IT- of tli .n the Co. press ESS FREIfi Vr.uu.Jli 'ITV, 1J , and I! rly f atch. 4 at. i SOV b Co, SO, 111., ifactory and d- e may found nd Stiiti.n Cylinder Steam iron Machin ar Saw Mill-.. ilillii. with nK lilt!. Goneral lo Mills. Steam ties. Finished in. Castinz . Screw Cutter, '-rn importation. rK, etc., etc. ublio generally, aHlrl tli trpnim iiave largrly iu- r lirm, and have the West with aliment. T. CHALUEBS. FKASES. United receint TO TBg Pric fhiladu! her, Tfiv Cimciiri I during Sum" ;y as tbo widenca i. in With ar. anccjieQual rackets Jwcph, 'return f,...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 October 1857

lije JfciS of B-eeSoty. WEEKLY CISCIJLATIOX, NEARLY 8,000. C. W. BBOWX, V A. WATTLES, EDITOR. Bar shall th Prea tfcc Peple' right autlataU. tuv'4 bj prtj, ajiJ bribed by fala, j Fle4e4 kat ta Trath, t Liberty and Law, 3I Favor wa j aa, u a Fear aaall awe s LAWRENCE, KANSAS: SATURDAY MORXLVG, OCTOBER 24, 1857. TEJUCSh-S. PEH AXJf CM, IX ABVAXCE. A Mandamtw, - Learning of the illness of Got. Walxeb & fey days ago,Mrs. B. prevailed upoa us . to visit him, which we took pleasure in doing, and found him at the residence of Secretary Staxtojt. The Governor was confined to his bed, and was suffering from a severe fever, which had kept him prostrated for several days. We had been seated but a short time when Mr. Stanton entered the room with a young la an whom he called Mr. Faunt The latter handed the Governor an instru ment, of which the following is a verba tim copy, which we begged the privilege of copying : Territory of Kansas, To Soot. J.- Walker, Governor of Kansas Territory, and ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 October 1857

Wed of 8twj But I ari ' d be ready for ore we are fair. y yet have to f hea which in- . b iue returns from McGee fcrs of the fre) prganizatioQ f latorganizatioa viia as jealous iiufc-uuxis sec Jtar of God pn of the Got- Of the sarrl the waters of rime so stupen w dizzy Whn U tell you that oi tne burning ple thus out. lish the guilty U prayerful 1 f again the last lax our horizon- lest a recur es of our m im itated, I would tnd unwearing pton, then rose did not exTxict bblage of the pcmocracy, he venuort which g had 8tigina- pite all den un protected dur- ad that if ncc- mg in ita de mand bavonet Uis remarks, aculatory and were chieflv kk of brains ia and black- f the Constitn ue forward to k which had that he was a said he emi ears ago had ing that period is, and he him- pi every respect Sam'l. Young, who made a should be con- o desired the the vexations specially the ise before the Y lejral wav. Kd noticed that ona of hones- ially the great- the principle y the speakers noticed the...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 October 1857

& 31 Ifje $e.5 ; of ;JVee9ohju LAWRENCE, ICT. : Saturday Jlorulnj, October 21, '57. : Proclamation To the People of tnt LecohptoxTK. T., Oct. 19, 1857. By the 32d Section of tfce Organic Act establishing this Territorial Governrccct, it is provided in reference to the election of a Delegate to Congress, that "the person having the greatest nnmber of votes shall ba declared by the Governor to he duly elected, and a certificate thereof shall be given accordingly;" By the 16th Section of the act of the Territorial Legislature of Kansas, entitled "an act to regulate elections," it is made the doty of the Secretary to .examine the returns in the presence of the Governor, and to "give to the person having the highest number of votes in their respect ive districts, certificates of their election to the Legislative Assembly." ' Under these two provisions of the laws prevailing in this Territory, the recent general election has presented for the joint consideration of the Governor and Se...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 31 October 1857

edom. i " not b I -s me kj. vhole career a: I ----- wirFIQv V.wewonidree- r -etc cuoecn. Mill Viib - TKATIO.V iv . Climate, p, ""ton-, trana or Kecder nd . Personal R,nt ttt.es and Ut there. 'TVr7. Car;! ate at washinj- INVASION? heeaptnre.trii 'prwoncM; the "wori jiordcr j."wl ion ii National , Outrages aiid t of the United e, on the receipt 'tfCOCST to thk 'ted. Price in N rnbliuher, Philadelphia. sprees Co. 1 FREI(;nT CITY, DAILY! I jrnwntnllu M. kid during Sum- tcedents. In a ulWced with an nveyaneesliqaa ma, Ht. Joseph, no route, connce r Ejtjtramm, f,,r s in tbe I cited Hankers' and ttended to. AH patch. Alllr,. ea at mis olhcc. l'SON, Agent. H Ul., nfactory and ile ire may be futiml n nml Stationary t ij under Mcam id Iron Machin nlar Saw Mill, l Mill, with new t Bolts. General Io Jluln. Stew i-tlcit. Finished ining. Castmcs ut Srew Cutter. wn importation, 'ork. etc., etc. public generally, n able to kcep.up have larci-ly iu- L the Vtest with ... firm h... iiahment. T. CUALXE...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 31 October 1857

- - -: - I.- h ; fcm . 1-!? H 1 ill i J i i ! 'i ' : -: r t -' ' Xfa SelS of ItoSoh). WEEKLY CIRCULATION, NEARLY 8,000. O. W. BEOW5, X- A- WATTLES, EDITORS. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SATURDAY MORNING. OCTOBER 31, 1857. TERMS f. C PER AJSSX3I. 1S ADVANCE Iter hall the Pre, tlte People's rlgata Mlatala, ruwMkf rty, abrifced fcy gala. PUdard bat ta Tratk, ta Llfcertj Law, X Favar sways ma, aad a Tear akall awe. . ' United Stales Land Office. ' CoL Martix, from Washington City, who has been appointed Annual Examiner ofLand Offices in the West, has been on his duties in this Territory about two weeks. ; The Border Ruffians have preferred charges against Gen. Brixdle, the Receiver, and CoL MooBE.the Reg ister, of sufficient" importance to call out this investigation. Ave do not be- 1 lieve that two more honorable or trust worthy officers are in the employment of the Government, than these gentlemen. "We are extensively acquainted in the Ter ritory, and know multitudes of men who have done busines...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 31 October 1857

nitoiy tin. bated abont of La. Mein tbia re. II. Wood. l0a, whr, Fek, about i Emporia; Lai uea m that ierable ova. fa being Well n beantift,i 6 not as vesterly rjor- ' is fertile, 'Urposea. timo not the conn. there during bff of whoa Free State. FS is Empo- :i raised there have an. fattle, Voba. e stock wa e, where the a heavy get- bunty daring lidy a move- Fa town, and ills , &c. Jcompton on into Siflrr emanded his the .Tn1it(3n. on refused. ea Stanton a on a lie." iiys: wdyism pre mier is gick 3. He tin th the aboli. ' thus; day night, a n horse bar l- pimittee from ake us rrko- ine up from ixi. Uoone's Seeing we no resistance. py saved us." that in. our thout founda- for trying to t our consent, in thatCon- Iniows he is of the actual 'eserves death, Pxford returns, Jly framed and too, and that iwrence, wish- luarters while at the John :t. The house d very neatly present clerk, d for his post, to make his he erful while e speak of his nplimcnt him. f our city are 1 varieties, ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 31 October 1857

-15 mi if; Xfye if 9 of IeeSoh). ; LAWRENCE, K. T. Saturday MorniE, October 31, '57. K Cau,for Fault-Finding. Ore of the -great complaints against the Territorial election law; in the late elec tion, was, that it disfranchised foreigners. It i3eit to inquire, what class of foreign ers were disfranchised? By an examina tion of the law, we find that it was those who were not naturalized those who had not been in the country five years, and, hence, could not take the oath of allegiance. The. Kansas-Nebraska Bill departed from the uniform precedent of American legislation both State and National in this: that it allowed those who had de clared their intentions to become citizens, before legal authority, and had taken an oath to support the Constitution of the United States, and the Organic Act, to vote at the first election. As regarded all subsequent elections, the question was left with the Territorial Legislature, which followed in the track of the Topeka Con stitution, and shut out ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 7 November 1857

!edam V - k"' Pans rLd hare not bT JOT thrift IV u-n? the a: I editors. vu".r IL iiUiJJj: to those wbhin. 4 . - i i.. 1 v Ml 1- TTTT TmTT'h A TT THn f -TO TO t copieg, and" Ksntn , PTKATTnv IV rvft-o it-- L r it f mil UCO -"""ill account of I, Climate, rro-tntnsac- flora Kaoj) p. -'ersonal 'er ana nen- itis and mit actors CI"" OIHOX Carel Meat AV anient 'ashing- sion of INVASION' i" An IV on tsaptnre.trial ' reorder . ana otb uu v . - - " j, proceeding of the Pre -niaTery JiatiniK.1 ion ir 3. Outrages and t of be United e, on COCKT TOTJU ft Ppbliaher, roiiaaeipbia. kpresa Co. EHS FREIGTIT iclfDAILV; pennantnUu ti a during Ki,. energy M the rge m evidence tecedonts. ln a :iorcea with a& nveyanocJrqual AUo, a Line Packets 1H, ht. Joseph, le route, conn- -r iiTMHM, for i ip the United (tended to. All jpatch. AUIom- u at ibis Office. '.SON, Agent, i 43 hgo, ni., afactory and de- re may be found and tttatinn&r t (Minder Steam id iron Machw ular Saw Mill. Mills, with new liolt. fi...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 7 November 1857

v r Si: 1 ; Hi 11 . 4 4- Itie gcfcid of redch). WEEKLY CI2CULATI0X, NEASLY 8,0C . W. 3R9WW. A A. WATTLES, -DITOK. LAWRENCE. KANSAS 8ATUHPAY- MORNIXG. ;X0T. 7, 1857. TEM-4.! FEB AAXCJi.IS ADVASCE litre (hall th Pr te Pele' rUhU mlailm. tut i-Mm ncf i uuwui , r. aafcrifcci tjr c1b. . . l1' TrvtH, t Lffcerij Iw, ' j gc , Jvr tkU . f - Ffa4gc4 fct TrwtV, Th Financial Ciiri i Caues aad i Bem- '' r - ; r : diM r .; f To attempt to wriie'upon this f ubject at this time, seems very much liTce attempt ing to a trim where all others sink. Nev ertheless, it is only by the expression of thought, by the comparison of view, that intricate subjects are divested of their complexity, and what were once unsolved problem become axiom9, or first truths, and no longer iserve to retard 8nd bewil der, but aid us in the investigation and so lution of 6till higher and more important truths. - - v ' We do cot believe that the principles of exchange are an exception to the gen eral rule of progress and the on...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 7 November 1857

c!!, was fn. h tax proc ure w of the precinct . ni Secretary i a call, at 31t instant prevailed na Lawrenc the Band aS the Free apprehension e movement meeting of few dayg be re iassed de- cretary, more ae return, as i certificates was a devel of these offi for Calhoun feerand Sec- ned for these : Co., and all ice of these xpress - their not a meet- for no one Ine anything tmt it was to a right. If been taken. ,Jt e people uni know that Stanton did ot upon this by the arch cal associates. icretarv Stan. peech of the uwjuent vin- tict. The lat- crisis. Not- i-vant to the nsideration, it g. We can rtunate, how. have alluded i. in' connec Walker. for it at this wide attributable, system con tango rated in policy of the ropic. bensrers of the ick a bnag and ucar the town th of October, jointed CLair- ecretary. nz centlemen ; to adopt reso- sense of the J. S. Clark- Ids and Chas. following pre- L on board the at the time of has befallen it, kful to Divine escape from a , we have wit- fac...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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