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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 1 September 1849

x r- r ?r "r" tht r--. ,-r - : -'7 - 'w ! ii i ' - i i " : - i j V. - - v'J '4r7Ctil)C fTt ri .mlorta tad population witliMff bthrt A. A. l ' 1 A .b. .u L.J A L. AlM. . JOHN H. HKYWeO0lv. 1 Ajthrsjled attn.otr our revolutionary etrug- r i; -v jkftUl S VHJ.Ejl : u P-ToJ . J P VUt L - ExamiwebU persons wko mro otoubocribers,i tks kopt, ait If ptrutal U, tkf may hi n &cd to lubicrib. To fcakafrlferr la Arraa ra. We wo'aUi beg oar friends wh have not yet forwarded their eabeeripttona to do ao at once. They ahonld remember that to receive a paper without paying ap promptly for It, ia n oure way of weakening it in fine ace aad of finally breaklog it down. Wd not believe there is a subscriber on oar book who woald knowingly do anything to cripple the Exami ner, yet a considerable aamber w for the paper from the beginning. We earnestly ask them to aead In their enbecriptlone withoat far. ther delay, aad tha relieve as Of the very an pleasant task of writing dunning paragraphs. Many of o...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 1 September 1849

..en Cty start v U at ih 66a r . arand, those who : history forth ...... A m (yVi i fk ir ie t i v'i " - - I-f c rt a jrentlemaa U mind w-1m a gallant KMler, note Ltd bii carter can doaM. Part Jt ers past residing- la a distant u Union, and of the eei not per- . , wriier bt ever read proauc . rentlnntt since b first BBBean iress b00t " Je,r ine' lh1 H wibl tot slavery eonU la Kob- ji th greatest ,,rr, " ",0CUBI t9tnor talenU and ucqalremeaU, '. ,.f more consequence IB B RepBb. 1 psir.oti"- At lb P'" ,be v v. ,i.uutiBf tbe Utter ef Mr V e editor of the National Ere, and si and thought of by thoaseBu in JaisUnioB.aud - whM in J. the lru-t pleasure tbat wbereael,ght error or ladiecreUoa -lked. b cornea obi wimoni n nlaua it U that Of l.i) " .. .v.....i.ment of Mr. Clay beiof .a(lt 10 me " - - , th.Bght possible by om mut u. re liiaa asuauy prompt ia a . , .. . l. - t..ik 1. Iim mrm I , i ieff eerer for the fray. ' " i, . L. - i.. ..me UllaM Lee. fc'brM'- , ... . .1. . nmn If) WDICH ii ...

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

LITERARY EXAMINER iWMMkwButuil, Linger not long. Horns la set Loin wlthoat th.e; IU decreet tokens do but mike nt moan j Oh! Ut its memory, liko a chela about thae, Gently compel aad hasten thy refers. Linger not long. Though crowd should woo thy slaying Bethink the, cm the mirth of friends, though doeu, . Compensate fof grief tby long delaying Costa the fond heart that sighs to hare thee hereT Linger not long. How I ahall wau:h thy com ing, As eveuing shadows alretch o'er moor and dell; When the wild bee bath ceased her busy hum ming, And allelic hang on all thing tke appell! How shall I watch thee, when fear grow stroa ger, A night grows dark and darker on the hlllT How shall I weep, when I can watch no longer! Ah! art Ihoa absent, art thoa absnt UU1 Yet I should grieve not, though the eye that seeth me, Gaze Hi through tsar that make It splendor dull; For, oh! I sometime fear, when thoa art with me, My cup of happiness is all too fuIL Haste, haste thee homo, into thy mountain dwe...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 8 September 1849

us f l - "pnovE all things; nou fast that which is good.". yOLUME III. I&tl Weekly, ob Jeffersoa St., nest door but on totbe rot uiutc. TWO POLLAEK fE ANKUM.IM ADVANCE ...n V WW TV-VW V A a? SIX tOrlto run aVV VV A lD PAUL SEYMOUR, Tb snItawiiu lltwil. A-c . if tkt SmiikmUm ItitutU, tx kjitie if t '' tfrmtiM, and fituimeiml mdilwn, J"Tr It 1M; rem ta lAirJ ias Ayrl f th tsirdf titrtntt Prcttmit ve - a This pamphlet presents in a very clear i4t the aims of the Smithsonian Institu- ilrin and the means taken to arrive at them We have before pointed out, in comments noon one of the publications of Professor Henry iQCluuea iu una pauipuici ijiicrary u oflJ o. 93.) his interpretation of the twofold plan indicated or prescribed in the firief direction of the testator "for the in- Tease and diffusion of knowledge among men." by the illustration of tie two sets of pieties in tnglana, as tne Koyal and Astronomical societies for the purposes of nrlfinal research, and the Mechanics Iu. iuai...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 8 September 1849

THE EXAMINER. JOHN H. HKYWOOD, KOBLK BUTLER, EOITOBI. LOUISVILLE: ;SEPT. 8. 1819. tk EiAMiBsal iirreoas are noJ uicriir, . ? .. X, . it. Vu hope, thai 0) f rmi y u, riy may of erd feruAsens. tn- T SaWwikn Is Arrears. - - W wiald beg oar frienda who btvo sol yet forwarded their subscriptions to do ao at ones. Tbsy ahoald remember that to receive a paper aritboat paying ap promptly for It, Is a ma way of weakeniog Ita Influence and of dually breaking It down. We do not believe there it a eubscriber on oar book who would fcanwutgty do anything to cripple tba Exant- 1 r, et i conaidarabla number owe for tbe it i-r frjio the beginning. Wo earoeatly ask I.. in lo a: d In their subscriptions without fur. iher drlsy, and llia relieve va of tba very on pi s-ul le.k ff writing dunning paregrupha. Many of cur pro npt patron bare not ye ml lit their subscription for tho pretent ba!f r. We bope they will not postpone may logger seutlng ua their remittances. tdlUa rr (a see a a Datr af Cawa rip! ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 8 September 1849

) -i I '3 0" :'it ) I a a noil tj yor principles 1 .t fatoai voarira .. .nd MPl- Tbri ; ; B.ockinle.ty. which inc.! .t.. Il di-eouraf con " T.Vom ou conduct la mo., , ,( osi " .rfw.nint DM - i A MMTV V - - gr - - , ,mj, "1 It is wall naif r To iuUenti' Emitted tO lh '. that lb. . , Mm and lUillT SUS- ..ltel irom . l iy rip jiahii mti aims. hm ...'""-r Lv . .J.I... MlklA WAV IT . I .AHffM IBi m-n sre tlte natural . - Blfn ... , i thear bouad k ,i'iriVii.i'i --; T i., j(r ia brittle svltn rrs-juu.cr, f . .... ...irted. SClIVS cf rron, trim .1.. n II tl'lli.e " "r i i k..rm.i.uiui: " i ' itrr.n'.itates the most effect"' f": ,,.. . n and virorou main1' , (timentaa II -"7 ! l ur-n f.-r that Oa ... . i ur - - if" . it.. Kt. .ika re. in snv impertaot question or "" rra i ) ihi KjuiubU principle r, , .u:J not bwom mer ' i, i,f fc-rTiT. lxr t( feeling mor .-j:in ti. a tnaa ue co lor du ;:;rv are to t put Jow, il ia a t , ,r to rail, tad he should . ii ak-vet liriiKit a anave, wno i cob- f ir...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 8 September 1849

LITERARY EXAMINER. T awtaw raov m at or clccx. Methlnka It wers n paia to di Oasuch aa eve, whea ch a sky O'er canopies tbe Wests T rti toiy fill oo yon clm deop, And. Ilk an Infant, fall asleep Oa earth, my notber'a breast. There' peace and welcome la Jfoa sea Of endless blae tranquility; The cloads are living, thing; I trace their velae of ilqakl gold, I eee thn solemoly unfold Their aoft and fleecy wings. Thee b the sagels that coovey TJa weary children of a day Life's tdlons aoUiinj o'er Where neither passions come, nor woes. To tm the renins of re-pose Oa Death's aaajeeiic shore. Ne darknee there divide the sway With startling dawn and daizllog day; Bat (florioualy serene Are the interminable plain; Oae fiid, eternal sunset reigns O'er the wide, silent scene. I cannot i off all human fear; I know thy greeting is sever To this poor bell of clay; Yet coin, O Death! thy freezing kiss Emeuciples! thy rest is bliss! I would 1 were away. A TUBILU.M1 STOBY. THE TWO "STUDENTS, OR-M &am...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 15 September 1849

1 t L "pbove all things; hold fast that which is good." bLUME III. THK EXAMINER; '4 Weekly, JeTernon PC, nel door but ont U ihe font OffU. LTVT0 pOLLAt? PF AWVH.IM ADVANCE. SIX (Orlt r" r.i PAUL SEYMOUR, Fioa tin fir Y.mh I" twjuiier. 1 be r alsra. Authentic intelligence rcpectin2 the pre fsnt s s t of l'i Bfuh end French Colo- I . .:.,!lf ! n r.rmnlinn re'.fttifia n. feei,liwnp' '; the woi kings ol emancipation, musi lie ra.ieial'j intere-iing lo ihe people of ihie country. Having recently received a file of Jamaica neurpr-peis up wine previa month, we have leaned fmin theni much v.!uj!'le iiK'.ilcr whim we take pleasure in laui i bef re our uade's. On iKe 24 h May, 1S19. a mee'ing of in babi ai.tf of " I"" ,he ,!,,1"d f Ja maica i held st SpanMi-Town, fur the-pjriM-e of conderng the effect produced by lie nofi-olver.ance of the treaties for the iupjj.e-fion of the Sl.ie Trade, by which Sjj ' n and B.aI are bound. It was t,e lart aiiJ tiKl respectable meetinx: evei iDfJ oi the Iimd...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 15 September 1849

I 1. J1 - ..J . I.l THE EXAMINEK. eosrNofuctlon tt better. Oar Uborawill b a earner www i -- - - --- ------ " - . i w .1. . tv ... ..1.1a. .... tt n inimr ronak i nDiis vi ujwukiu w w-- - j mora efficient aad ihe greet end will 1 more OI 1D Cvui.it luia - i .. . I ... o... k... ika fa. iirmi unr. n nrra iirr inw. mini in-iuiiicn iu vw TM LoatavtUa J eeraal It will be remembered MtEbuiW - i f w. Ua.U,. ..... refre.c...e U..rd.t, 2 Sffi:ittWSL .xe.. , " Th fotlowlor :irtcH from Utur wrlticB totl.r!.-e. We thought lere tra. a good op- bai Consequently ' ,"0, soVf oa"ho iTicUi,. h. long fore- toon of rrgui.rerg.nig.ioa. ih.t tby may .u kv the Lk'---'7. a, LUUlSVILLE::,r:::::SLPT.16,1819. i0teBIfirt.Ilto-,.CU.k. poriu.ity of getting., answer to -mm.,... n, Ke.uc W .p eo. e.. eiTrSuVLr 0' i.MT.wmb.r..dwiihltero.t.tth.p tto wo had ver.l tlm. pipe4 i- P' M JiS: ,? ft SET, me'." u"r raduwoc.pa,io. ever, eit, aed e-ty. , . r-.i.eaU,,.nulzfiX. nttiro. Sncb fact. .. are alluded 1. throw m.ac.ou...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 15 September 1849

t U Preideney vnsively noticed .-r rjrv W nr . e ctrcumaWtrcee con nation are M lemirkable ..l conl.Jeratlon. U elate . r i j ii.... i- Oetrjetewa 'the t.rfmi of hlch were evidently by tbeTrt tee of ihe College, though sr;lc5 itself Pf,r ""'" " f ocsmrut w th to make few extract ..nt.in i is follows: 3 I J - , ine nmrinf of 'h first day of election old "r Mr. Steea-a, the email i r.-:i-U, ColiVeeliOM.OMiitlin 0r Hie end ids' a l tmn lh w tisthe r-utdsr miad. d i"eH earp.e .niv MV a lUOIf "" wnc esp.eeeru I i,Jina.ldd rttlilliiUMd 1. ,.,. 1 .11 me tiu-t- V. invt pel' f "-""00 t!" Upf 0,R'- a-e ll om hern i1 b' cil'ieu ol Ueorge- u tSst rrt ''eul einanciuatioa Tott po k'f dJ ""'fuatioa. It i rcaJin .r.ei by Trustee thai Vr .Malcoem V 'fjr Mr. Sieveuaou" aud hi failure to j.it . , ,.fjr cauui'lalra 'Or congress ana me jeg. iire pre-uc-u , pk!i matiu In ,at!i " "' r ' of Georgetown are gi ,'' I"0! -Mi'coe n vole exciieu thr.f iVri"! TnM OUldhV0 -' Mt. i ';'l ,a l!"",r urr,l' he b,d vole...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 15 September 1849

LITERARY EXAMINER From the Antt-BtiTcrv, Suxjiaxd. Kneeaifc. IT I. ft. LOWXTL. A raoa of cobles may die oat, A roveJ Una my leave bo heir; Wi Nature ku na roarde about Uet pewter plat and woodea war. But they fail not, tli kindlier brd. Who etarry diaderoe attain; To duijfeoa, axe, and aUkeaorceed, Ilelr of the old beroic etraiu. The zeal of Nature never cooU, Nor la aha thwarted of her enda, V he a tapped Dd dulled her cheaper tooli. Then a aalntaud prophet ependa. Land of ilia Magyar! though tt b Tne tyraul may relink hU chain, Already thine the victory, Aa luejaat Future meaauree gain. Thou haal aucceeded! tbon haat woo Tlie deathly travail'e ample! worth; A nation'eduty Ihon hast done, Giving a hero to our earth. ' And he, let come what will of wo, llaeeaved the land ha atrova toaave; So Coasack hordee, bo traitor' blow, Cab qaench the voice ahall haant hla grave. Ktitutkam: Ol Fmturr,tku That t'.rrt tkr jmt nf ilull'tt tit tilt, O'er ikit ttmali dutt in mtrence tt, tlcmtmhtring...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 22 September 1849

.4.5- f A ..J "prove all things; hold past that which is good." 1 OLUME III. 'THE EXAMINER; abatae Weekly. ou Jefferson St., rtevt d-mrr-ut on I the Tott OflUe. TEKMH. TWO DOLLARS' r:E ANM'M.IX ADVAKTR. jiJX TOflFS FOR TKMKLI.ARS. PA ITl, SEYMOUR, tn Limit. Kiotn the Danville (Va.) Ksgtdrr. Mealk wrwllwsv wwd She Ahwllliwaiata. We invite the renders particular atten. lion 19 tliC art.cle of our correspondent, 'l uivn, which, according to promise, on pears in our pa;jer of tO-d iv. Though some of our renders may be inclined to d;f- fer iuun the conclusions at which the au thor anises, yet iley must all agree lliat l.e is a wiiier of no no ordinary mcut evinc ing ability ''O less commanding than his stvlo is rajitUating a mind no law philo sophical than l is deductions are logical. Let not tl.e- length of the essay, then, deter any froui reading it. It could not well Lave teen shorter it could not well have Leen Ml;er. But, if its own merits fail to arrest attention in this age of lit...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 22 September 1849

THE EXAMINER JOHN H. HKYWOOD, MJBLfc UUILtK, J Editoci. LOUISVILLE: ...SEPT. 22, 1819. O" Mi mttd, ccalonaUy , a nutnltr of the EiiMiKLk to f.treoi aAo art not $ul&criter$,ih lAt top, Oal If ytrmnl of it, tkty maybt in- ductd u$uDcnt4. Natlr. We shall, ia future, discontinue eeuding the Lxsmiuer to subscriber after the expiration ( the time for wLieh their subscriptions pay, an leee other toe instructed. Tr pa graph Ira 1 Ervwra. We admit that printer have their own there of trouble with almost Illegible manuscripts. When one is busily engaged ia hie labor, to be obliged to tslop and guess an J futile hie brains over a word or ruber over eorae indefinite, qalxxical-looklng marks, which stand in the place ia which a word ought to be ie certainly a vary great trial ta liauiau patience. But printers often take a rich revenge Our regular avocations do net permit ua at all times to cor rect the proof of oar articee, and w are sorue times astonUhed and lieu amused at what we are made ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 22 September 1849

tfC T l-e tk(n. tateresting ptrtieo jrrencee in Hun 1 cf Commerce, of 4 oi tha 17ik August, . -.-render of Georgey and ; proclamation waa posted . tAtoa urA0 to nta atejaiTr THl kVfkJton. .eecy tf arou Haytau inform Hia Ma- Jmpetor, that the rebel chief Georev. (: part of tua army of Sd.UUJ la 40,(JU0 t rendered ou ine iui uieu unconditional- ,7:em, 17. 1S49." .,3tMrvndentr''es " account of the . . ,Tt preceaea usurer y a surrender. Ke mi earlier leporiot Georgv having crosned a vu'.h hia army, our rc rreepondeut io- ny (bat atltf Ueorgy'e cioseiug ihe i j lb 311 ulL, both the Austrian anu the ,a Generals were at a lose wheie to find FOnihe 11 inst.," continuee our r-orresp. in lent "Gfi.eial U.abbe received order to follow r D 0 hi eperaiiouaunuiauij isiu oown inr Inni. ninth " i P'i;y " eatem nuiigariaticoun en. The li-ie.ijn .mrsuai biaien mat, alter lie rou'.i .! rWV Jfauor oeiore liet,rei,n. ti,.. uiitrd to we. I in trial city tiuui ueorpy, viic retire. lioia u e iieigiioomood ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 22 September 1849

p ii-ZZ 5L.V- l;SSi;a--ifala4- LITERAUY EXAMINER. Ihe Draft of Peeay. rFrontba Cecal ntnf Km S'fli'ock.l Hr lot j and tedloue ailings ended, Hravcn'e daarhter, Foeay, expired. Thharfr panea heraone which rended No doabt ber death la war k conepired. Nov nm) her frame woatd grandly bury - la llrereoffia tipped with gold; Boi (a erealiaa'e cemetery No j rain of ore can eye heboid. Som Mod for wine too high end lowly, To geard her body from decay; Bat, m by miglc'a art unholy, Alt wine halt) dried or thrnuk away. Somn aeek for bloaeom-wreatha of aorrow; la vain: for wintir round doth reign; And aever ehall aapring-tide morrow A single flow'rel wake again. Fall many a yoathfiil pair immllci To ff opon the tram of woe; Batagn'a froat within thfm trembles: Tbey reach the epot with locka of enow. Aa alnka the bier to earth' deep boaom. Dark night deecends for aye to pine: I'poa a land without a blueaom Thaann no longer deigns toahino. A minatrel apeak the grave oration, Hie loaee are d-p, ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 29 September 1849

"PROYE ALL. THINGS; HOLD ' PAST THAT WHICH IS GOOD." ' - ! - V " . . , . .. . . . . . OLU3IE III. TUK EXAMINER; ..iirlf.m JellritoiiSL. next door but one aca - . . 10 I be Post Office. TEH MM. r0 DOLLAR PER AXM'M.IW AM'AS.'I, SIX COFIES FOR TEN DOLLAHB. PAUL SEYMOUR, rri li t m ft From (fee Malluoal Fra. WM.,rla --talk laite-atal. No census lias ever give- va mid jiuiu-ci of slaveholder. We hear and ee and (eel o much of their power, lhat we are ajt to confound (hcni with the "M population nf the &ulh. It i one of our popular de lusion, that every Southerner is the owner of slaves; whereas, in fact, the people who are forever threatening 10 disoKe the Union, unless permitted to govern it, are a e:y s'nall landed aristocracy. In "Au AilJros 10 No:-SlavehoUlei of the South," published a few yearssince, there was a lo" array of arguments and taus'ics. to prove that each master could cot, or. aa average, hold less than ten slaves. Of coMise. on average, the iave popu lation, dw-ed b...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 29 September 1849

THE EXAiMliNKH.I JOHN If. HRVWOOO, Eoitobs. LOUISVILLE: ::SEPT.29, 1S19. la Kb mud. cecasionallv. a nvmltr of ti EtAMiaaeU praon ttht art notulTilitrt,U 14 hop; thai by m ptrutal of it, they may be in dcd U tultterib. J. M. McKim Esu., No. 31, North Fifth st, hUadeJPhia, will receive auUcrlptions forth xemlner. I . Wo ahall, In future, discontinue eending the samlnerto aubacribera after the expiration of the time for which their aubecriptionipay, ou leae otherwlee inatrncted. Benin) ( aroliaa1 be I mrt af felavery. For aavaral year Sonlh Carolina has render ed herself very ridiculous by the attitude she baa assumed in relation to the question of sla very. Not content with guarding her own froatiera by the establiHhmeDt of rauitary cor dons to keep out the infection of abolitionism, abe line become extremely benevolent and seek to protect all the people of all the Soothern States from the mischief which anti-slavery men would like to bring upon them. She liw assumed to speak for the ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 29 September 1849

- r tlcns .passes) by fraud. 1 " ouli not obey--men . all parUaf the State - .3 condemn me sews- , service, ana1 many good ..iJliSera and Rattens were . plot. Ths plan was to , .uce egaloat methe judicls lb pre membra of th Leg ifOher of Cf rftw radiiir pol- ..uJ raeb te work within hi sphere. UiaaUea net to erest and ramified, that . mmm deemed Infallible, and that waa lumbal U ffclBinf over converts. Tlie ta bo carried by aneaaa of a lie and abolition lie, and a Wiluiot pro- .-..re crow. Tho people were to to told ''.. ru to abolish slavery la the lbtwalho first step In tho process, Missouri to be tbe first vietim; and that waa an aUdiiionist. All tbia they knew fcl,nd wicked; tut no matter. It wua irtcf the conspiracy of lat winter. Calbouo ' ""tarled it all Uircb repealed it in hia comuila t'ioasifech.aiid the couspirator had to stick to bolitiuU wss prated in cspitats. iu ft'edTa ;.-ecti. It capital He; and hard have tho ub,,Ted U "lak" C"P'Ul 0-1 f H" a L-. ill Ak i netira and...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 29 September 1849

LITERARY EXAMINER. Frnm Csn,)er, Journal. - 1 91 f tfclMbewsTa Tkkl. Thrta fields beyond or dwelllrii;-ptee, lim pid streamlet foweth, From springhead onwards I bare traced It whermt'tr It goeth; I nsed to idle tho banks, and eliildlshly to pouder O'er that river's sliluiug coarse witb pleasant awe and wonder. Arranging in my secret mind a creed of my tic birth Tbat Elfin river waa a type of my own doom a earth- And eo from epriog-head to the Tela where many stars meet, I learnt the story page by page, and other les- ODf sweet- Where the yielding greenest moat gttnera o'er tha rounded rucks ('Tie lb shepherd's farorite rest, crock in band. ti watch their flocks), . There amid the aceuted thyme, fern, and hya clnthio bella. Forth a hanJred ripple gusli on flowery patba to distant uells; 'Mid ihii wiele of aaiumer swceU, niark a fas teriug hand ie near, And a marble basin fair receives tome falling diamonds here; Thrace again, 'mid beds of rosea, sporting, toy lug on ita way. Where a ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 6 October 1849

7 1 1 4 1 , 1M A "prove all things; hold past that which is good, II VOLUME III. TI1K EXAMINE!!; i Wcrk') ,ou Jefferson St., neat doorbut one PJ'JU" lo the I'ost OtTUe. TKK9IH. TWO lLLABS fEK AM.'M.Ir ADVANCE, SIX COriES FOR TEX DOLLAFS. PAUL SEYMOUR. ret iieai. From the Vw York Evening Pott. ThS Peace t'wgres. Paris, August 30, 1819 E' Aa B'r' Rtprtteutativf rem Emglattd ndtht t'if J State$ Victor Hug mnd M trmSal't tc. CtciUtFair Quulere$sti- 0:tiigtf prtceeding$ Ricki'd CuLden, At. The great event which has aroused Pa risian evuieuier.t has been the Congrtsdes am't de la Paix unirertdle. It is furiun ate for Paris the session was LelJ here lliii year, for I d-) not know what would have beioJ'C of Vini u.iU-.2.ix fU tinware t.avo long since been viid stupid; the French Opea In? ctostd jtar cause dt$ KftiTJUvHi of pio'itiwor pocket which, the cjHJic does no: inform us ; the new. papeis coutai j r.oi!;'iig; politics were bar ren ; ii.Jted, but f r the Congress, I think I HiGuld Lave...

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