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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 6 October 1849

. itrTu WMi.Kfri. mi mi Own run Mi Jiw in wmutammm mm4tmmmii Bsinm-mnxwit J - i ii nil il ft rmjimiit4iimmmm i THE EXAMINKH. JOHN II. If K WOOD, .V'UetLe, Btll.hU, Editors. LOUISVILLE: ::OCT.6, 1819. CUT U tend, occasional! y , a nvmler cf the ExAMiVfcK te pcituh th uje not iulribr$,in tke kept, that by a yeruoal ef it, they may be in ductd to thlst Hi, . J. M. McKiat Em, No. 31, North Fifths, Philadelphia, will receive subscription for the xa.iiloer. IS Mica. 4 W ahall, la future, discontinue sending the xmlner to subscribers after (lie expiration of the time for which their subscriptions pay, uu 'm otherwise instructed. X Wstrdl Wore itMt KaBccfptl t'rlewde. Tho More we reflect upon the late movement in thia Sute oa the subject of Emancipation, the more firmly ere we convinced of the sound pnlWy which dictated the plan f running can didates, esprees'y with a view of bringing out aud concentrating pablic opinion upon thii ques tion. The excitement which it occasioned we consider a ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 6 October 1849

From the LooUvllle Cuilr. lack BJwwveattew.. We received by leal night's mail the ritst aum Mr of the Frankfort Daily Commonwealth, cvu uining a full and admirable report of the first day's pioceedingt in lha Convention. Our telegraphic rt p t yestetjay morning embraced a satisfactory . miliary of fnlM done, sud we now only add ibe c'.f for President, and Mr. Guthrie's address on taking the chair: roi ML eVTa"KlB: John S Barlow Alfred Bod William Bradley Luther Brawnet Jim" S Oiirisniaa Beverly L Clarke Jevir fVtTVy He rrv R P Ooleruaa H-nj Copoiia rtra Co per .!& i urd Luciu Desha Bi j F fcleerJe M.ifo'd tJiuit, Green Forrest, hen tii.riei e!ucia Gtrlield jmn H Gtf.ard liict.ird D Ooclson J 'ha Htrfit Will. am Hodrit Alfred M Jackson Go Vv Ruauga Oa'.e C Kt!y JaiaesM Lackey Peter Lashhrooke Willi B Macbeo Geo W Mansfield .In K Marshall Wilt ism N MarabaU Bichard L Mayea Dtvid Meriwether Wilhani D Mitchell Thoinvs f ftloore John D Morria Jaruea M Neabitt Jonathan Kewcoiub Hugh N...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 6 October 1849

LITEI? AH YEXAMINEn; . "Wans. seml stm., VVhatWalt I do r ilk all the days an4 tiOTJri Tkat mvt b 0OBDted ere I ee Ihy ftc4T aw ahall I eaartn the Interval that loarera - Between tills Uma and that tweet tin e of t .. greoe? Eb!l f la elamber steep each weary sense. Weary witli longing shall 1 flee away, lata past days, anawtih some fond a retence Cheat myself to forget the present day! Shall lavs far the lay oa my tout the ale Of easting freas ma God's great gift of time; Shall I, these miata of memory locked within, Leave, sad ferret, life'e parpoeee enbliraet Ob! hoar, or by what nteaoa, may I contrive To bring tho boar that brings the back more How may I teach my drooping hope to lire Uatil that blessed time, and thon, art heret I'll Ull thee: for thy sake, I will lay bold Of all good alow, and eenercrate to thee, la worthy deeds, each moment that i told While thoa, beloved one! art lar from mo. For thee, I will arouse my thought to try All heavenward fliguu, all high and holy 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. — 13 October 1849

: -THE EXAMINER, "prove all things; hold fast that which is good. i. t 1 3LUIE III.. THE EXAMINER; . . , irku .... JrflVrMiuSt.. rct di.ol but one S1C - I j ti.c loM Offiif . .- t. a t LI'U TWO IHJLI.ASI- IN AOVAKf SIX COP1KS FOK TK" HOLLA KS. 1 AIJL SEYMOUR, " i.-r.im tne Sew Yoik fcvrmrg Pot. Ttlwlof Opiniows Vmlrmt .Tle ra 'Mar(. IBs U his very able speech at Jefferson, on the 26 :h May last, Col. Benton referred lo the opinions of the membeaa of Mr. Mon roe' cabinet on the power of Congress to G fohihit s'.fvery in tne territories oi me ted S ates. The evidence oi tnee opinions wa nrM imwiu-cu . of the Um:eJ Slates, hv Mr. Westcott, of FlonJj. o.i the 25ih of July. 1S4S. in the uW.-siou on the Mil eu! Iishing a termi nal g .vernaienl in Oregon. It consisted of a tnanusvrpt letter from Mr. Monroe, vwimi in 1S2J. i-i which two question are slated ai having been propounded hv tin: to his cabinet, for the purpose of as vrta:nir. the opinions of its several mem ber., ith regard to th...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 13 October 1849

THE EXAMINED. JOHN It. HEY WOOD. MOBLK BUILEB, Editor. LOUISVILLE: ::OCT. 13. 1819. jry- Use stud, occasionally, a number of the Eiimiiu b fttrnmnehoart noi subscribers, in ths kopt, thai by m perusal of it, they may be in ducsd ta subscribe. J. M. McKm Esa., N. 31, North Fifth t., Philadelphia, will receive subscription for th tamiaer. Node. We shall, ta future, discontinue sending the iaminr to sabecribers after the expiration of the time for which their subscriptions pay, un ites otherwise instructed. The I'mtmUm-The Ballot. The pro-slavery members of the Convention bow In session in Frankfort, manifest much hostility to the proposed change In our system f voting. They are in favor of the viva voce method, end hostile to the ballot, on the ground that a man has a right to know how his neigh bors vote, and that it is more manly to vote openly than to deposit a printed ticket in the ballot-bos. If there is one thing which Kentnckians, we mean your genui ie, honest, old-fashioned Ke...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 13 October 1849

r. - 4 r:sr, Oct. ft. . .,ripu yesterday, the una now aaaembled in I or Kentucky very aummarny . Weaa.tMrrfuein totecon- .,.1 it.ua Dieeoiine direct vow . t ih a and woee upon CoL aoluiWD. 1 T' thi-a I desired oaa, to know explicitly the rilion -uiber upon the iaau presented, tiow. rx-Anaiderinf i almost teal ' ,.mr voting against the re-coneid j opposed to granlingjour leporte a ?ry rnember, Mem. NuUsll, j mobablv on other, who vo.ed foe the Baa in faorot granting tht ap- .a Iai navMil.ll ; p. j your reporter waa that it-v wvul I hare to admit 'V ! a i th wvul I have l admit tUjappiirJ, aud thai the Convert- I ' . T ihr'y be crowded ar.atmosrraiM.eu iu 5 K-ati.'n. true w hP,r r." .oDiicaiiou. probably Tn'"-, rfv, v. !.rro a talfdnren during ihe ea- f ou.a is - pfPi, ,;f.Ver n.iploy ppeciai re- tUtu. 1-r; ,,,nrrs--iu the S!aie are willing, orter , .., -t,r liieeipenaeoi areguiai V ihr ar" "' i...thn ihrv can la the r.rt ". vella J i cod on Wednesday) hate r . ,. lhr ol! 1 . Citl tr ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 13 October 1849

LITER AR Y EXAMINER. Tha Arefcltrcsa. ar k. w. LOMriixow. All ere Architects of Fate, Warkiat; to theee wells ef Time; 80m with maaalve deed aad greet. Some with raamenla i rhyme. Nothing aeeleee is, or low Each thing la It place ia beat; Aad what mcdii bat Mle ahow. Strengthens and sapporta tho reat For the atractare that we ralae, ' Time ia with material filled; Oar to-days and yeeterdaye Are the blocks with which we build. Truly ah ape and fashioa th L?ave ao yaweing gape between; Think not, because no man aeea, Sach thinga wilt remain noeea. Id the elder daye of Art, Belldera wrought with greeUet ears, Each into ate aad aaaeen part; Far the gode aee everywhere. Let ue do oar work aa well. Both the neatee and the eeeoj Make the hoaae where goda may dwell, Brauuful, entire aad clean. Elae oar livee are Incomplete, Standing in theee watla of Time, Brukea euirwaye, where the feet - Slamble as they eeena to eiiaub. Build to-day, tha, atrong and aura, With a tirm and ample baae; And 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. — 20 October 1849

i-ir . VAX A V : v t . ; 1 . ." "prove all things; hold past. that which 18 GOOD. . . . I . . I ...... ' I . . - '.I I I 11 1 i I 1 I ; 111 ji A V 1 l AM. 1 11 J I V V C J " ' i 1 I, , , L c i i UME Illi ;iE EXAMINER; Mi.w J AerMm St., at doockut one ., te lb Post Otitis. I TEH MM. I .. 0 DOLLARS TEE AXNLhl.IN ADVAM K, SIX tOflts FOR TEN DOLLARS. PAUL SEYMOUR, rteiiassa.-) MEXrlXKr STATE COH tUMTlO.1. 'tdiudt' tfcerdi gtDtb4te ea Slettry, . Turner ' ' ' . ' )l sru opposed to taking U property of an individual which he has acquired under the k.anttiAA if the la an1 iKa HAnuf ihif mu :.f all, unless with his free will and consent. I do not believe that it i censistenl with the principles of our government to do so. i have regarded this princple of the right of property as a serted in the declaration of independence, iu the Constitution of the United States, .and in that of Kentucky, and I look, to it aa ljir at the very foundation of our gov ernment and a a moral principle which ought...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 20 October 1849

THE EXAMINER. JOHN H. HEY WOOD, NOBLfaBUlLKK, Eorroas. LOUISVILLE: ::OCT. 20.1819. T W tend, oceaoionaUy, uumosr A E. Mists te uwmtiiiri aotsuiseriosrt.f - Of , tAa fty ptnual of it, they may U in duced f nbocribo. 2. M. McKw Eea., No. , North Fifth it., "hiledelphia, will receive ubcrlptions for the jtaaalaor. f V ; ; W hall, ia future, discontinue eendiug the Zxamlner to subscribers after tba expiration I the tima for which their aabecrlptioni pay, an s otherwise instructed. mumU aa Hsavra that SlaeT Merer IrM iMniaera le Ksaaiwcky. Sack rxpreaioi.e aa the oaa we ha?e footed re frequently ia tba moat ha of the moat lew oes pro -slavery men. Wa observe that in th discaseioos upon the subject af alavery In the Convention, bow In eessioa at Fraaafort, ai moot every maa, however flaming- hie teal in behalf of "the peculiar InetitaUoa, ten o cuiwa to deplor the original Introduction of the iuetltutioa Into the commonwealth. Occa iuttally. it ie true, eome solitary individual will attem...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 20 October 1849

r " f? r-ziL Why then, leen net tnaa i T Cf these mesne of life, and e-- J, or fcia children, the highest -ami Ixnoraaee f the liri ol i not anderstand tha ooanee i tlelr eoadaet and vital force; and t l.ttia reepooelbiiity for tha mala f fceatia. They lay their plant and , thai operations, without mach rerard conditions of their existence. Life and ' J airasaaara sat always parameant eoaelder tlioust bat they are mad eubordlaate to mat Una al iaferlar isaportaace. They are sacrificed oraudete yield te common eonteiiiencee and concerns: a man postponee hla regular meal, r peruana foea without it, for want of time U attend to lt or, ha eats too roach, ia order to fraUfy hla appetite, or perhapa to piaaae bU frleude; ho xpoe himaelf toiaclement weath er cold, storms, sud beats iu pursuit of p. Ciliary profit; ha faahionsaaa wrara hi clo thing, net accordinf to tha necessities of bis temperature, out according to the varying taste cowa yaV ice. You refer t. "any thiug, and ureuld have ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 20 October 1849

LITERARY EXAMINER. . , r Vroui tke mUoaal Era. tfeletf la Bciim. Is the sole ma slays of old, Twe umi metis Bestoa town One a Iradeemaa freak aud bold. Oil preacher ef renowa. Crtd the last ia bitter tone "Poisoner of the wells of troth, StUt'i bireliaf that bast Mil With bit Urea tha heart of youth! Spshe th elmple traoeemaa then "God be judge 'twixt thee and I; AH thou kaoir'at of Ira to hath ba Uate mea like thaa a lie. "Falsehoods which we anara to-day, Were tha tratbe of lotg ago; Let tha dead bough fall away. Fresher ahall tba living grow. God ie good and God ia light, la thia faith I rest ere a re; Evile eea bet serve the right, Over all ahall love endure." When tha theagbt of tma I free, Error feare tie lightest tone, 8e the prieet cried "Saddueee!" And the people took ap atone. Ia the ancieat berylag groaad. Side by aide, the twaia now lie One with hamble grassy monad, One with marble pale and high. But the Lord hath blessed the need Which that tradesman acattered then, And...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 27 October 1849

NMTTTT I Li Tni '7" A T T TT--1T I N TFT) Ji ini iHj " yv A. . 1 v 1 1 1 l l pj "PROVE ALL THINGS; HOLD FJLST THAT WHICH IS GOOD. LUMR III. THE EXAMINER; .tl Welf . Je ScraonSt., mM 4muM out to Ike Ponltmu. TKBNIi TWO IH)LLRHPE ANNUM, IN ADVANCE. PAUL SEYMOUR. ADDBKi'S Of ltfimttt.il Cilittmi Mtral in Fuor Of ImmtitmU AnntttiH to Ik VUrd TO TUK PEOPLS OF CANADA. The number and magnitude of the evil , ....luar-.l ,,) mai "ivivui j..7, w &.U.CUI upou po. unnu uy . i ..I .J u.. I aincere desue lor iu weiwre, to comw.i.r I. . .J inniiii inl nraitA rft f Kn iT-r-"1.- "riy r-i wiUi a view to tne adoption or sucn reme - V- . i a- - ...v.i :TOlt; d.es as a mature ana oispass.ouaie .nvrsu- 6-1 eft- , Belontinto alt parties, origins, creeds, but yet Agreed upon the advantage of cooperation for the performance 01 a common duty to ourselves and our country, erowinr out of a common necessiur, we have consented, in view of a brighter and happier future, to merge in oblivion all part differenc...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 27 October 1849

THE EXAMINE It. JOHN H. HEYWOOD, HOULt BUILfcK, Editoks.' LOUlSVILLE:::::::::::OCT. 27, 1819. tZf We tend, occatiolly , m number of the Exsatiaiato ftreone who ore nottvbocribers.i tke hope, tkat bf pcnual of It, tkey stay he tn. duced le nbtailr. J. M. McKjm Em., No. 31, North Fifth et, Philadelphia, will receive subscriptions for the laminar. l4c. Wo shall, ia fataro, discontinue sending tho xaminer to aabocrlboro after the expiration of the time for which their subecriptlonspay, un loeo other if le instructed. Weal KaBSBclpattoB. The pre-slsvery men are very fond of refer rinf to the condition of tho Weet Indiea aa af fording proof that tho fralta of emancipation are destructive to the interests of both alave holders and slsves. They aasame withont any reason and directly in the very teeth of wtll established farts, that since tho emancipation act went into effect In tho British West Indies, those islands have been rapidly defenerat ion, that their exports hare greatly declined, ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 27 October 1849

J i crareanpion. .CasjrM. . ; Ba-ojrt. Oct. 14, 1849. ptoceodlag of tbe Con. (Saturday) were probably more rest, aod ernountsd to 1M Uu those 'e day, wd tnty b disposed of ia porunt resolulioaa having beea lead &iiy referred, tha Convention again -unities of the whole upon iheelsve- J first obtained lha floor, and made a nod lirey speech, taking lha moat ultra ; pound, aid throwing lha term aboil , taa emancipationists of Kentucky rt during hii agrees. Among other strange aretione, w particularly aurprieed at him bakirg thia that Ihe people of lha counties in Kentucky where lha alavea were moat numerous awaupan" i 'r noble attribute to lha people f thcouniia where Slav axe lew; tost to cik iaeoa of the dense slave region are not only richer, mote pjli-bed, stid baiter tefjrmed, but more pa. Viatic thaa the cilizene oi me counties wnere laves are lee numerjua. Thia waa hia idee hie L- -ord yon wil nudiii lha official report of lis speech, uaieea they should t mpprtttxd a, , the p...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 27 October 1849

LITERARY EXAMINER. ir i. 0. nrmii. Another head la beckoning on. Another call it (treat And glow once more with angel atepa The path which reachea fleavea. Onyoaag and gentle friend whose emile Made brighter eammer hour, Amid th froete of natamn time Hu left a with the flowers. No paling of the cheek of bloom Forewarned no of decay. No ehadow from the silent hand. Fell roand oar aister's way. The light of her young life wont down Aaeinke behind the hill The glory of a netting star Clear, suddenly, and aUH. At pure and iweet bar fair brow seemed Lternal aetheakv: And Ilk the brook'a low song her voice a aouaa wntcb conld not die. And half we deemed she heeded not The changing of her sphere. To fire te Hearea a ehlaing one W ho walked an angel here. The bleaeiag of her quiet fife ' Fell ea ae like the dew j And good thought where her footstep preeeed Like fairy blossoms grew. Sweet prompting ante kindest deeds Were in her very look: We read her face a one who reeds A tree and holy boo...

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

--v-- "PBOVE ALI. THINGS j HOLD FAST THAT WHICO IS OOOD." LUME III. THE EXAMINER; ,WhJ vv.-kly," JITcrio St., teit door but on to ibc Piwt OfiUe. TIBHIi 1 TWO DOLLAR PB ANNUM. IN ADVANCE, 611 COPIES FOB TKN DOLLARS. PAUL SEYMOUR, j For U Kumlaer. Slavery ! la It- If, liMtow a,,, ef Uteee baUlaf Slave, th aely ml the ffcrtottaa 'fcre. R. . To some of our reaJeia the first propo fition inay seem sell-evident, and a set ar- gument not neceary; for if liberty it right, slaverv is wrouiz. 13 at v. leu we remember that throughout the South, the people do not eee.ii to realise its truili, and when we reuieaibtr iLat very many of the clergy maintain that it is tiht and sanctioned by the Bible, aad that niuety-nine hundredth of the christian ministry in our land, claim ibat it i at least tolerated by the Bible, aad that uu the floor of that convention which iiM in our own State last spring to devise plis fur the abolition of slavery, it was there claimed by many of the most in- flaei.iihl mi...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 3 November 1849

THE EXAMINE!!. llong JOHN H. HEYWOOD, NOBLE BUI LEU, Editor t. LOUISVILLE: :NOV. 3, 1819 OT t& mend, sccasinUf, uumbtr sf the Kf.miiili urwiu e art not subscribers, in tkt kops, tkt h ftrutal sf it, tksf may he in duct tssutscru. I. M. McKia En., No. 31, North Fifth at., ""aiUdalpbta, will receive eubecriptiona for Uie xamlaer. rXel'x. Wo ahall, la fa tare, discontinue Bending tho xemlnr to eobecrlboro after the expiration of tha Uma for which thalr ubacrlptlonepay, an- loaa otherwise i Detracted. J. M. McE. tho JUlh ult. haa oar thank fot hia fa? or of A WKfal P iw.Uau ma cixiriaas oi anaaissrrm ia coeaciu Tba firat of October waa qnlto a remarkab'e day la Miaaieeippl, for oa that day the nnllifi- ora of tho Sute met la convention to consider what coarao thair commonwealth aght to take ta rolatioa to tho preeeat agitation of the alave- ry eaestioa. A gret deal of preliminary funs waa made by the aallifiera with a view to call- iar oat a very reneral atteadanco. Bat not- wlthaUa...

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

iU English i Coovery .-of Cou, 001.4,1349. .! gratification la being able . to be an authentic ae- nalia and a is companion a. xer, arrived cere last eight ..ungiog a piea WDicnLpiia i, received; from aa Eequirasx, ader Free alia to o beset oa iir1! Strait, and Sir J. Hoes' r; fee also aula that on the year, he (the oaiire) nu e pa, and that a daily commuai- bn ftelaeeu the respeouve i. Ibepia la drawn by lead pencil, if crediuble production. Tbomaa be owner of tbe Tiue-Love, will by .ward '.de plan and older information ,i. of the Adrui.elty, la whom ha haa cy ijrwa--ded a teirgraphic communication, .cerely hoping "! believing that thia lutorm on ia baaed oa a euund foundation, ,. 1 au, iiu, your' a obediently, f ' DALK BUOWX . Th followirg ia the communication referred to V. Mr Brown, which waa received el the admiral. this tnotuwg; Unix, Oct. 8, 1849. I had lie aaiiataclkm of making a abort to Srf John Franklin's expedition. I have . f..t .id tot the marx-ciion of their lordabipa...

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

LITERARY EXAMINER. Tb following beaatiful poem U said to have beoa tha Ast thing writiea by Foe. Nolhlog ing that ever cum from bit pea better Illus trates bU aarpaaslng mt-ry of lh ryllirn and melody of EagtUb Ten. AihM Lr. It vu maay and many a year ago, la a kingdom by the eea, That a maiden there lived whom yoa may know By thenaiae of Annabel Lee; A ad tola maiden ahe lived with no other thoaght Than to love and be loved by me. J waa a child and ale waa a child la this kiLgdom by the eea, Bat we loved with a love that waa more than love I and mv Annibel L" With a love that the winged acrapiu of heaven leveled ber and me. Aad thla waa the reason that, long ago, la thin kingdom by the eea, A wind biae oat of a cload, chilling My beautiful Annabel Lee; So that ber highborn kinsmen came And bore ber away from me, To ah at her ap la aeepnlebro la tola klugdom by the eea. The aagels, not half ao merry in heaven, Went envying ber and me Tea! that waa the reeeoa (aa all men know, la thi...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 November 1849

! 1 1. 4 10 A "prove all things; HOLD past that which is good." t s I A w. r r ,:.ieiii.. .2 EXAMINER; ....klv.on Jelfcrvon 8t., net door but ui to ll PuvtOOUe. J TKK51M. yWObOLLAMPE ANNUM. IN A0VA5CK, ( SIX COPIES r OK UJ iULi. PAUL SEYMOUR,: I For the C&unixr. jk. CkrlMitta Ckrch.-1. VW TIAMKr. i new TESiAMisr. , t .i . ,m .1... !,.. f in urn i w., 1 ... . . r i. ' . 1 oil tinr.inl nun I Af'l i: per Christ all condu we ''love wuh ail our heart, and our neigh Kr os mirsf ves. lr.tsistne law ana mi Wl - - . I V. 'J-T lit I A ...I a ..,. . ' . ,l; n mnmrir ih. nllel passage to chis last one meaning me iiei r. - . .. i...,...., ..i.i DIODi.etS. Ijaatll. --. '--"-J that mea uould do tuua you, do ye even so to ihem: for this is the law and the propb. tu" tlie fubaiacce of all. Thij is called tha Golden Kule; because it is the best one ever framed by which to regulate human condoci; and oue to plain thai nil who de sire 10 do no can easily uiidemand it. This rule plainly, as die l&am...

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