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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 17 August 1842

ttttttt ... - '-b The whole art of Government consists in the art of beino honest. Jefferson. VOL. 3. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1842. No. 24. .wj?--ii i flftlif lit jTi off -' PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE OB ORE SCHOOL TERMS. TWO dollars er annum in mtvnnpA T.m Ar.r. ii iv Milliner, i ui v i::in v. cinfi it nni . nnin hninrA ii.m r ' ....ii k i. .1 - 1 T Ko naDcrs discontinued until all tnc option 01 uic sailor. ik-TAu ut liscuiuuts nut uxueumff one sauarc rsixteen lines) ------ w . v viit-Jii; LitlUb - ... . r - C " wiuirviilUilt IE?AU letters addressed to the Editor must be post naid. job PRirtfTmcr. nrinn a uencnii assortment 01 inrsrn oiftmni n iun mi nmr raeniai iype, we are prepared to execute every des cription of Blank Receipts, JUSTICES, LEGAL AND OTHER 1T iwYrc PAMPHLETS, . &c. Printed with neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms AT THE OFFICE OF THE JTcffersoiiiaii 'Republican. JURY LIST. ersons arawn 10 serve as kjtutiu uututs jor oep-...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 17 August 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN Stroudsburjr, August 17, 1842. Terms, $2,00 in advance; $.2.25, naif yearly: and $2,50 if not paid bcfoie the end of the year. Wilis' Promises and JLoco Foco Mis representations. Our neighbour of the Democrat, in one of his romancing spells last week, to which he is period ically subject, indulges in the following flight of fancy. "FEDERAL PROMISES. A little more than two years have now elapsed since the people of this country were promised a host oi fine things, if they would only vote for tho Whigs, and there by place in their hands the reigns of government. We now in all seriousness, ask of any good Whig, answers to the following interrogatories: Where's retrenchment in the expenses of gov ernment! Where's reform? Where's reduction in the public expenses Where's "two dollars a day and roast beef," for the working man? Where's high prices for the farmer Where's good times " We give the article entire, in order to expose the unfairnes...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 17 August 1842

JEFFERSONIAN kEMBLICAN. Thomas Bait about 20 1-2 miles above Station rock on the Delaware, containing 326 acres. Seven tracts on warrant of 2nd May 1792 to John Craisr 200. adioinin! Adam Yohe near Sawkill, James Taylor 100 acies on Pond ed dy to include the creek, John Craig 300 acres adjoining: F. Vandcrmark, John MNair 200 acres on a branch of Vanderraark, John Graig & Abraham Horn 212 90 acres adjoining Adam Yohe, William Craie 322 115. near the road Jrom Kilter's t erry to Shoholly, Joshua Seelv 400 acres adjoining John Nicholson. Thirty-two tracts on warrants dated 29th January 1793, situate on waters of Bushkill and Shoholly, in names of Conrad Shindle 439 acres, George Eggert 416 130, Peter Markle 434 70, Thomas Myers 40G OS, Henry Myers 425 17, Jacob Funk 346, Martin Dupbie 417 80, Peter Shindle 302 40, John Grier 417 40, John Shartle 405 120, John Afiller 431 12, William Feltman 413 120, Jacob Stufli4l2 80, Michael App 407 68, George Hoff 440, Abra ham Dehoff 405 90, G...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 17 August 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN TheCIieapest Magazine iik tEic World PRICE REDUCED. THE YOUHTG PEOPIiE'S BOOK, OR Family Magazine of&iterature, . SCIENCE AND ART. Embellished with Splendid Mezzotint and Steel Plates, Engravings on Wood, cj c. EDITED by JOHN FROST, a. m. Professor of Belles-Letters in the High School, Philadelphia, AND T. S. ARTHUR, Author of "Insubordination," "The Widow Morri son," "Six Nights with the Washingtonians,'&c. Assisted by the following eminent writers as co laborers. . -Alexander Dallas Bache, L. D. D. Professor Robley Dunghnson, M. D. J K Mitchell, M JJ Samuel G Morton, M D John Sanderson, A M Walter R Johnson, A M J II Belcher, A M John F Frazer, A M RM Bird,M D it II II II -tt II Rev John N McJilton, W W S Ruschenberger, M D Reynall Coatfts, M D Joseph R Chandler, Esq Robert Morris, Esq Hon R T Conrad S C Walker, Esq R Penn Smith, Esq John Greenough, Esq J C Neal, Esq. Mrs L H Sigourney " S J Halo " N Sargent " M A Potts " Bache JViss Rand. The unbou...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 24 August 1842

- ,..,. N r - ' " -. ., i, '.I..,. .. , i " I j in i I i imm i" iiijiiim.i mull HI! - I - l'.lJLjJiTBCTCEt:-UJUMl.lJajM Ji.i-i-u.JiinMiii t-ii-i. i .,.,. '1' "" '" .JiumiJim uurmj jwitmum, .. , , ,flHldl w n i , ,u ,11111,1, , .u.t ,im m ! iuMiumimm 11 11 11 r'fiaawcaa!" nini m-AA,im I. ikllL-, -r n.--r.CT-iij-iiiiLii s v t 5 V31 ,--. . - ., .YV , - : . -tx ' .11 'it The whole art of Government consists in tjie art of reino honest. :Jefferson. I VOL. 3. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY TEEOBOKE SCHOCHj TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Txo dollars Inl a quarter, half yearly, and if not paid before the end of he year, two aouars anu a nan. j nose vno receive ineir lapers by a carrier or stage drivers employed by the propric- or. Will ue ciiarguu i- uu. utr yuur, t-jira. Ko nancrs discontinued until all arrearaecs are paid, excent It fi oplion of the Editor. : )l ".Vivertis-'menis not exceeding one square (smccn lines) n.l be inserted three weeks for one dollar: twenty-five cents nrevcr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 24 August 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN coupled together in his recommendation lo Con gress at the extra session? If there was no af finity between the parties, why did he join them together? If the Union was illegitimate, who was the administering priest of the unhallowed rites? It is objected to this bill that it is both a revenue and an appropriation bill. What hen? Is not the act of September 4, 1841 , ap proved and signed by the President himself, both- a revenue and an appropriation bill? Does it not enact that in the event of an insuf ficiency of impost duties not exceeding 20 per ent. ad valorem, lo defray the current expenses -of the Government, the proceeds of the sales of the lands shall be levied as part of the same revenue, and appropriated to the same purposes? The appropriation of the proceeds of the sales of the public lands to defray the ordinary expen ditures of the Government is believed to bo a system of fiscal management unwise, impolitic, improvident, and unjust; and it is pre...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 24 August 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBEICAN. OFFERS ONI AN REPUBLICAN Stroudsburg, Augnst 21, 1842. fcrms, $2,00 in advance; $2.25, naif yearly ; and 2,50 if not paiu ocioic uiu w The OTilleritcs. This is the name of a new sect of Christians (which has lately sprung up in Connecticut, and Ivhose proselytes arc rapidly spreading over the (Eastern States and the State of New York. A bortion of the brethren held a protracted meeting bt Albany week before last, and made many con certs. They had a large tent pitched on Arbor Hill, which measured one hundred and forty feet diameter, was one hundred feet high, and lield over four thousand people. The Rev. Mr. itch, one of their ministers, spoke upwards of two hours, on Friday a week, to an attentive audi- fence, and in a very learned and elaborate address fcndeavoured to prove, from Scripture tests, that the end of recorded time would take place on the 23d of April, 18 H. We believe that this is the silly point of faith in which they differ from other leligio...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 24 August 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN The Cheapest Magaziue iu t lie World PRICE REDUCED, THE YOUKG PEOPLE'S BOOK, OR Family Magazine of literature, SCIENCE AND ART. Embellished with Splendid Mezzotint and Steel nates, Engravings on Wood, J c. EDITED by JOHN FROST, a. v. Professor of Belles-Letters itx the High School, Philadelphia, AND T. S. ARTHUR, Author of "Insubordination," "The Widow Morri son," "Six Nights with the Washingtonians,' &c. Assisted by the following eminent writers as co laborers. Alexander Dallas Bache, L. D. D. , Professor Robley Dunglinson, M. D. J K Mitchell, M D ' " Samuel G Morton, M D " John Sanderson, A M " Walter R Johnson, A M " ' J II Belcher, A M ' John F Frazer, A M R M Bird, M D "Rev John N McJilton, W W S Ruschenberger, M D Reynall Coates, M D J C Neal, Esq. Joseph R Chandler, Esq Robert Morris, Esq Hon R T Conrad S C Walker, Esq R Penn Smith, Esq John Grcenough, Esq Mrs L II Sigourney " S J Hale " N Sargent " M A Potts " Bache Jliiss Hand. The unbounded appr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 31 August 1842

. , i t . hunw ! in - m m m'm W W - n : IB' -' The whole art op Government .consists in the art or being honest. Jefferson. .7 . VOL. 3. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1842. No. 26. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE SCHOCH. rEUMS. Two dollars per annum in atlrance Two dollars nil a ouarter. half yearly. and if not naid before tho end of fee year, two aouars anu a nan. inose hiio rccciva their ipcrs dv a earner or suigu unvcrs enipioyeu py mo propne' hr. win dc cnaxsuu i-z uu. uer veir. cxira. No papers discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except fine opium ui Mm ctuuui. IDAdvcrtiscmcnts not exceeding one square (sixteen lines) ill be inserted tnree weens ior one uouar : twenty-five cents r every subsequent rnseition ? larger ones m proportion. A beral discount will be made to yearly advertisers. PAH letters addressed to the Editor must be post paid. JOB FRIjtfTJNG. iving a general assortment or large elegant plain and orna mental Type, wo are prepared ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 31 August 1842

JEFFEftSONIAN REPUBLICAN FOREIGN NEWS, Arrival of the Brilaimia Sixteen Days Latfr from Europe. At 4 o'clock on Friday morning ihe Cunard steamer Britannia, Capt. Hewitt, arrived at Boston, in 15 days from Liverpool, whence she vailed on the 5th inst. The weather m England became rery fa vorable for the crops on the 23d ult, and an abundant harvest was expected. The corn markets were much depressed. A London pa per says This state of things have already had a ben eficial effect on the trade and commerce of the country, and should the fine weather continue, i here is little doubt but that the starvation and distress which have so extensively prevailed throughout the country, will bo known only in ihe remembrance of a calamity that has passed away. The arrival in London of an accredited agent f om tho United States government, for the purpose of contracting a loan of twelve millions of dollars, is not liked; and it is confidently as erted in well-informed quarters that Tio will wholly...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian Republican
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 31 August 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. FEFFERS ONIAN REPUBLrCAN Stroudsburg, August 31, 1842. Perms, $2,00 in advance; $2.25, half yearly; and $2,50 if not Dam dcioio tne enu 01 me year. To our Patrons; Our creditors, (some of whom have been waiting Efor a long time) are becoming impatient for their demands, and say they must be paid. We have no alternative left, therefore, but to extend the fsame compliment to our subscribers and adverti sers, and request them to call and settle up their larrearages. We want Money, and must have it, knd the September Term of our Courts, which be gins on Tuesday next, will afford our country subscribers an excellent opportunity of bringing )r sending us the accounts which they owe. Our, expenses are heavy, and it is only by the punctu lal payment of our patrons that we can continue Ithe publication of the Jeffersonian .Republican. We want all therefore who are indebted to us for t advertising, or who owe us one year's, or more, subscription, to pay up forthwith. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 31 August 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN The Cheapest Magazine in the World PRICE HEDUCED. THE YOUNG PEOPLE'S BOOK, OR Family Magazine of literature, SCIENCE AND Alt I. Embellished with Splendid Mezzotint and Steel Plates, Engravings on Wood, J c. EDITED dv JOHN FROST, a. m. Professor of Belles-Letters in the High School, Philadelphia, AND T. S. ARTHUR, Author of "Insubordination," "The Widow Morri son, "Six Nights with the YVashingionians,' &c. Assisted by the following eminent writers as co laborers. Alexander Dallas Bache, L. D. D. Professor Robley Dunglinson, M. D. J It Mitchell, M D Samuel G Morton, M D John Sanderson, A M Walter R Johnson, A jtf J II Belcher, A M ' John F Frazer, A M R M Bird, M D (i t Rev John N McJilton, YV W S Ruschenberger, M D Reynall Coarcs, M D J C Neal, Esq. Mrs L H Sigourney " S J Hale " N Sargent -"MA Potts " Bache Afiss Rand. Jeseph R Chandler, Esq Robert Morris, Esq Hon R T Conrad 8 C Walker, Esq It Penn Smith, Esq John Greenough, Esq i r:;r" "urrw"r Hail UilU ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 September 1842

f 1 ' m w ii i r i in i ii ii ii i ii ii ii ii . ::. i , l r 1 1 1 1 in n i i i . 11.141 ' ' ' .... - : : ' - ui-ila litis tfjiatio.-'? b'ogi The whole art ok Government consists in the art of being noNEST.Jefibrson. STROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA., WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1842. UiJ. o. THEODORE SCHOCH. quarter, half yearly, and if not paid bctore the end of papers (lisconiiuucu umu .111 tuiMi aiu jtaiu, c.ucpi Op IH "I UI UIU UUIWl. II Ka mulA tA vrlir n I t-n rf iCrn-c ... .... 1.1 -.1 n V.n T.l.trtw ..t l.A .sr nni.l John Qtiiiicy Adams. U 1 ti-w. " . - o ir Alton mn i niiw ;iiir;icieii 111 a niv 111 iimii nliiters on tho apex of a bold and noblo tint urnniloriiil mnn w in in hiq npr. combines the agitator, poet, philosopher, i'siiijiii. 1.1 iiiu. unit 111 iiLiii iiiniii i iuiiiiik.il 1 mil 11.1 .-i:r:ii 111111 niniiiv iiijiiiiiLiu iiiii iii of the hall, with tho rays of light cathor- and clancing aboot his singularly polished (f hut has liknned him to one of the lumin- nuiuiiL ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 September 1842

ESI JEFPERSONIAN REPUBLICAN i additional duty of four cents per pound: Pro vided, That all articles of moulded or 'pressed! ..1 i ? . t i i:'lt.i j.. 1 iass, uemg iau, ruugueu, or pousueu, in parr or parts thereof, and all other wares or articles of flint glass, glass not otherwise specified, shall pay the duty chargeable on articles of cut glass of the description and class to which they may severally belong. 2d. On all apothecaries' vials and bottles, not exceeding the capacity of six ounces each, 61 75 cents per gross; apothecaries' vials and bottles exceeding 6 ounces, and not exceeding ihe capacity of 16 ounces each, $2 25 cents per gross; on all perfumery and fancy vials and bottles, uncut, not exceeding the capacity oi 4 ounces each, $2 50 cents per gross; and those exceeding 4 ounces, and not exceeding, in ca pacity, 1G ounces each, $3 per gross. 3d. On black and green glass bottles and jars, exceeding 8 ounces, and not exceeding, in capacity, 1 quart each, a duty of S3 per ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 September 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN. 1FFERS0NIAN REPUBLICAN troudslmrg, September 14, 184&. ms,-$2,00 In advance; $2.25, naif yearly;; and $2,50 if not paid bcfoic tlio end of the vcar. Bfew York.' The Democratic Whig Convention, of New iork, met at Syracuse, on Wednesday list and ith great unanimity, nominated Luther Bradish, Franklin county, for Governor, and Gabriel lurman, of Kings county, for Lieutenant Govern- Mr. Bradish is the present Lieutenant Go'v- rr.or, to which station he was elevated ,in .1838, id re-elected in 18-10. Ho is a consistent and lorongh'going Whig, pledged to the support of 11 the principles of the party, and friendly to the lection of Henry Clay, for President. Mr. Fur- San, is a State Senator, from the second Senato- al District, in which capacity he has gained a ligh reputation for his manly course in re'ation to ic Internal Improvements of the State, and his Idrocacy of a Protective Tariff. To insure their lection by 10,000 majority, the Whigs of the Em- lire ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 14 September 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN The Cheapest Magazine in the Worlt PRICE REDUCED. THE TOUNG PEOPLE'S BOOK, OR Family Magazine of Literature, SCIENCE AND Aid . Embellished with Splendid Mezzotint and Steel Plates, Engravings on Wood, q c. EDITED by JOHN FROST, a. m. Professor of Belles-Letters in tho High School Philadelphia, AND T. S. ARTHUR, Author of "Insubordination," "Tho Widow Morri son," "Six Nightswiththo WaslungtoniansAic. Assisted by the following eminent writers as co laborers. Alexander Dallas Bache, L. D. D Professor Robley Dungliuson, M. D. " J K Mitchell, M D " Samuel G Morion, M D " John Sanderson, A M " Walter R Johnson, A M ' J II Belcher, A M John F Frazcr, A M - R M Bird, M D Rev John N McJillon, W W S Kuschcnbergcr, M D Revnnll'Coaies, M D J U Neal. Esq. Joseph R Chandler, Esq Robert Moms, Esq lion RT Conrad .S O Walker, Esq R Pcnn Smith,' Esq John Grccnough, Esq Mrs L II Sigourney "SJ Hale " N Sargent " M A Potts " Bacho Jtfiss Rand. The unbounded approbation bestowed o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 21 September 1842

. fif tg&tf&' 4 ' . A v - JS .... Ii, r-STROTJDSBUKG, MONROE GOTJNTYr PA., WEDNESDAY, SERTJEMBER 20842,.'-, m N,5MBt. B. IB. v 0.. B-.B. , . B PL IB IB B IB IB: W " Ir .' " . - BL B- B 13 M-MgH - iJ IB IB- -IB- B. II il - B- B 1 c, t- .-Jd-l-m B B IB IB JU7-'1B MB B B IB IB B 1' ; V.W'-'i.i B" H 6 '4 13 11 IIS la lu IB IB ; fl. IBfeJ ' J .'it- .! MT SV I I fcr I LHT VVHk JBHb I ----- I I tMtW I I J HI I IBk. l ' I ----- V f 1 HKkl J 1 . 1 fBL- I m I I i-T- I H' J I W 4 ISJU 1 I -- r ' I I----L I ----- 1 ----- -. rtlST jJ. HH . ."r XjUfT'df . ' 'i -- . ot-" ... i , -.. . . - . . : - ii . . 1 " - ' -.-. . . s -1- , - - - , " - - A.'. . i PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THEODORE S CIIO CM. IIMS. Two dollars tier annum in advnncf rv aouartcr, half yearly, and if hot raid befom tho oAA nr year, iwo aoiiars anu a nan. 'i jiitse vho receive Iheir ; i i ) v a umiici ui atai; unvurs fimninvnn ntr i in nrnnnn. wilfbc charged 7 1-2 cts. per j-ear, extra. o papers discontinued until all arrear...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 21 September 1842

JEFFERSONIAN REPUBLICAN called shall neglect or refuse to aiiend, or shal decline lo answer, or shall, if required, refuse to answer, in wriiing any interrogatories, and KtlftSOriflf VllQ namatln Vifo ilnnnoillim n !tice such papers, when so required he shal lorfeit and pay to (he United States (he sum o one hundred dollars; and if such person be the owner, importer, or consignee, the appraisement which tne aifl appraisers, or collector and na val officer, where there are no legal appraisers, may make of the goods, wares, and merchan dise, shall be final and conclusive, ay act of congress to the contrary notwithstanding; and any person who shall wilfully and corruptly swear or affirm falsely on such examination, shall be deemed guilty of perjury; and if he be the owner, importer, or consignee, the merchan dize shall be forfeited; and all testimony in wri ting, or depositions, taken by virtue of this sec- non, shatt be filed in the collectors office, and preserved fw future use or re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 21 September 1842

Jeffeksoi&an republican. mkj. VFvj KSONT A N RK PUBLIC AN troudsburg, September 21, 1842. pam dcioic me cna 01 ine rear. The Approach! g JGScctlon The politicians and office-seekers are buckling their armour, and preparing for the October 1 c lujiiiiii;' eicviiun js unii ui v;isl imnnri.nnrp pon tne ljeqisiaiors men 10 oe cnosen, will de- r, of reforming the financial system of the :ti ana or npnieninsr ine ourinen ot taxation t . : i :i j .i ... PS UI UUT U1I14UI13. A 1113 UCUU L' l'Hlll?rHIIV snpm be actively sensible of this duty, and appear : 1 J Li. . " i .1 TT :t . - r the strongest loco foco counties, the voters t 1 . 1 mm vn nnnnme uiss.il .supn w in hip lninnmntic . O J 1 L l-t rr aji . z'iiL. iiiii u.i r - 1 1 f ti lui'ii iiimiiicm tpq i r cnn. -J ' ------ - . ww w ww candidates independent of party nominations. I - M. I . I " nis must proaucuve 01 great good, and may a The Ticket. At the Delegate Meeting of the loco foco party r ft . i .11 - o. li oJ . T t r -T-i ? , ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Jeffersonian Republican. — 21 September 1842

JEPFJSRSONIAN REPUBLICAN -.. ffr-Sit ii iiinu ill i I Mil i ' " i I - i i . - VV-ft n-r- tt A- t-V YnwXGVNG PEOPLE'S' BOMK, oji Family Magazine oiT literature, Embellishcdiwiih Splendid Mezzotint and Steel -I;, pieties, engravings on wooa, yes . JfEDITED dv JOHN FROST, a. m. Professor of Belles-Letters in the High ,SchooU Philadelphia,, - AND T. S. ARTHUR, Authorof'Insubordhiation," "The Widojv.Morri sonV'ix .Nights with the Waslungtonians,' &c. Assisted-by the following eminent writers as co " r laborers. vjtloxander Dallas Bache, L. D. D "P'ro'essor Iiobloy DunglinSon, M. D.. r J K Mitchell, MI) ;i X- J" Samuel G Morton, M I) , ' 11 it John Sanderson, A ftl Walter H Johnson, AM J II Belcher, A M John F Frazer, A M R M Bird, M D ;iRev John N McJilton, AV W S Ruschenbcrger, M D RevnairCbates, M D J. C Neal: Esq. Jaseph'R Chandler, Esq; Robert Morris, Esq Hon R T. Conrad' S 0 Walker, Esq R Penn Smith, Esq John Grecnoiigh, Esq Mrs L II Sigourney " SJ Hale " N Sargent " M A Potts "...

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