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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 February 1855

[CorUttmei from firU jwga.J ^ 9069 From Palestine to Mafaotta, 10 sad 1 coca a week Leave PtldtlM ?nrr Saturday at 10 a a Arrive kt Magnolia nou day by 12 a i Magnolia Sttutfv kt 1F_ ~i?sSSS$|?s? 2533a sn??fcs ? EidWv* Landing, 860 alka aad baeM?* LeeveTHaataville every Monday attain 4 Arrive at Bad Biver Landing on seventh day by ? a m Leave Had BJver Landing every Monday at f a m Arrive at Huntavilla on aafinth day by 9 pa bid* to aad as Maikrville La* and ran thru umea a week hi fonr bona ooeehea, omitting and supplying a|her Intermediate oAcaa, and to ran by a propoaed schedule, will bo con sidered 8061 From Ban Antonio, by Poat Oak, Southerland Spi Inge, Yorktown, Coletto, Sulpnr Ppringa, and Plerpjut Place, to Victoria, 90 miles and back, thrse Umaa a weak, In fonr borre coaches Leave San Antonio every Monday, Wadnaaday, aad Friday at 2 a a Arrive at Victoria next daya by 8 a m Leave Victoria every Tuesday, Tbnraday aad Saturday,atS p m Arrive at dan Antonio next daya by 8 p m...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 February 1855

VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1855. NO. 669. THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At the Star Building, corner Penmylvania avenue and Eltventk street, By WALLACtl * HOP*, Will be served to subscriber* In the cities ol Wash ington, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at BIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Ageuja To mall subscribers the subscription price ia Tl(r t.K DOLLARS AND TIFTY CENTS a year In aivarue, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for Til BEE MONTHS. {^Single corn* one C?KT. OmOlAL TBB&araT Department, Jan. 3, 1865. Notice ia hereby given to the holder* of the fol lowing described stock* of the United State*, that this department i* prepared to purchase, at any time between the date hereof and the 1st March aext, portion* of thoae stock*, amounting in the aggre gate to $1,900,000, in the manner and on the terms hereinafter mentioned, to wit: In ca*e of any contingent competition, within th...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 February 1855

EVENING STAR sfe , WASHINGTON CITY: > i - ^ . - ? SATURDAY AFTERNOON. ..February 34. OrrrcBs Fo* Rbnt.?A number of ad mirable offices and unfurnished rooms, suitable for gentlemen's lodging rooms, are for rent in the commodious house on the routhwest corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street. Possession given immediately. For terms, apply at the office of the Erenwg Star. Storage.?Storage will be taken in the fine large dry basement, corner of .Eleventh street and the Avenue, "Star Buildings." The central location and ?asy access to this store-roum makes it the most desirable place of the kind in Washington. Terms low. Apply at the Star office. SPIRIT OF TBK MORNING PRE8S The Intellig nur ;i;s of the action of the Bouse, yesterday, in adopting Mr Letcher's amendment to the civil and diplomatic appro priation bill: :'Tbe proposition of Mr Letcher to engraft upon the general appropriation bill the Tariff bill reported b j the Committee of Ways and Means called a ooropromise...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 February 1855

KVKNING STAR. ? x LOCAL IJ/TE_LLIGESCE. Celbbratioh or tib Twbbtt-Sbcobd ib Alexabdbia ?The service* of the day were commenced by an address by Mr Edgar Snow den lie discuMcd the true principles of the constitution as Washington understood them. He enumerated these in their order at con servative. showing that according to the terms of organic law he was favorable to the rights of the States and the Union of the Statea He then dwelt oa the polioy of Washington's administration, which, heoontended, wa< one of peace, public justice, non-intervention in the affaire of other nations, a scrupulous re. gard to the limitations of power, full exercise of the powers given, and care in the selection of the public officcra. He concluded by an realing to the people to always sustain true made a Tew appropriate remarks, after which the meeting formed itself itself into a proces sion with mum, at ita head, and marched to the Mansion Bouse. Hera they dispersed, the Mount \ ernon Guards to recei...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 24 February 1855

fcorr:*r?B prom nnuoimj Mlt Frem Ooviegt >% by Middle tidy*, Oak Hill, MaDon;u?h?aad Doabie CiUii, toGrifla, SB m.leeaud b ?ck,oaw* week. Lmti Oovington Moaday a t S a m Anifi ktOrltla mswuv bylpn LeareGriSn ToeeJay at ft Ijd Arrive it Ocvfngtoa mm aay? by 8 a at 6414 from LyUonin hy Flat Rock, to White Houre" 14 miie' and bw'k oooe a weak Inn Lytbcnta Pr.day itiim Arrive at VKjate Hcuae aame day bv 13 m Lrave Whit* Uoar? Friday atlpu Arrive at Lythonla 'am* day by 6pm ?4I6 From Lytbonla to Kocktridge, <J miJei and teek once a WffL Leere Lythonla Tnorelay at 7 a m Ar;lve at Rockbridge mm* days by 9 a m. I eevj Rockbridge ihuraday at 10 a m Arnxc at Lythonla fame days by 12 m h7 YeUow Hirer and ?T?.TrSl toT<,rr??'*UK?iml? and ba<k, ?|i time - a weex ^atVa810" aJpunU,n' daU7? Sunday, Arrive at Lawrecceville same days by 11 a m ?Te ^,r<!,lor,^f d*ily> axcept Monday, at 12 Arrire at BtoneJffoantxln same days by 4 p m ?41, Fn.m Stone Mountain, by t inck&eyvil]?, to ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 February 1855

/ 'ntaccmv'VM*1! -qww k IHE EVENING SI AH CRUSHED EVERY ATTERNOON, iKXCEFl SUNDAY.) At the Star Building, corner Pennsylvania avenue And E/tventA street, By W ALL AC n 4 HOPE, WW be served to subscribers in the cities ot Wash rofvor, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at BIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the A gen is To mail subscribers tl?e subscription price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS ? year In advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and OVE DOLLAR far THREE MONTHS. (fcT-StNotx copies owe CENT. -fx *3 ' fs H H VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY, FEBRUARY 26, 1855. NO. 670. THE WEEKLY 8IAB. Tb's excellent Family a?d Ntti Nsinsl ? um talmr* a frtnur variety of int> raatln| Mdu; th ** can t? I und in any other?4s punished oa fltiwdav . rautf. 9ta?U eopy, per annum $l 8S ~ . TO CUII. "**2 ? *ta' 1 w da M in Tw*w* ?- ? .::u <w ^Cas?, HvauiiT IN 4?r?ics. W ?*">??* copies it wrapper., t ? bs procure.! at the eonnter, immed.aieJv r,fV-r ,he siw of lb*...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 February 1855

EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: MOHDAT AFTERHOOU February 26. Offices For Rent.?A number of ad mirable offices and unfurnished rooms, suitable for gentlemen's lodging rooms, are for rent in the commodious house on the fouthwest corner of Pennsylvania avenue and Eleventh street. Possession given immediately. For terms, apply at the office of the Evening Star. Storage.?Storage will be taken in the tine large dry basement, corner of Eleventh street and the Avenue, "Star Buildings." The central location and easy access to this store-room makes it the most desirable place of the kind in Washington. Terms low. Apply at the Star office. THE WEEKLY STAB. We advise all who want a good weekly family and newi journal to take thia paper. It con tain* a weekly history of what is going on In Washington and throughout the world, besidei much interesting miscellaneous matter. It ooats but $1 2b a year. SPIRIT OF THE MORHING PRESS The Intelligencer rejoices over the passage of the Diplomatic and Cons...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 February 1855

|K \ -. N I N i * ^ 1 A K. l<X.4L 1X2 ELL1GENCE Chcbch Dedication ?The Sixth Presby lerian Church was dedicated yesterday morn ing. Kev Mason Nubia, the pastor. cfficiatiog. ?'?i?ted by Kev Mr. HascaH end Kev Mr. MeLain. After the invocation, the choir sang the tyiDL? '' Urrit King of Glory, come And with ibv favor crown Thi* temple as thy deme, Tbw pie as thine own; l!vn?ath tbu n<of?oh! deign to >|iow How God can dwell with men below." Kev. Mr. liaseail then real a portion of scripture, endtff?red up a fervent and appro priate prayer, after which the choir sang an anthem?" Rejoice in the Lord " Kev Mason Noble then announced the text ?Hebrews X 25?'-Not forsaking 4he assem bling of otirseives together as the manner of some is," which he expounded in an able mm Imf, the effort being a fine display of pulpit j eloquence 1 he following synopsis we give our readers, which, though brief, will convey a sufficient idea of his leading remarks : _ In one of those cities on which J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 26 February 1855

EVENING STAB. BABY PQXriT. . . . - - Soins hypercritical qld }>ach#k>r may snyjhere is no poetry In the lailosrlsg reported effusion or a young and happy mother. iio|i over her Aral born, in bsby language, true poetry: Where Is the baby ? blew iu heart Where js muuM'u darling boy * Doe* it hold its little hands apart, , The dearest, bessed toy ? And so it does; and wilhits ittle vhtn Grow j u#t an fat as butter i , And will it pofce its ittle fingers it [u turn in ittle mouth, and mutter Nicev wtcey words Just like ittle yaller birds? * And so it will; and so-it may, - - No matter what it* pappy, mammy say, And doe? it wink its ittle eyeses, . . When it's mad and ups and crieses ? Aad dun* it squ?U like elUclr-a dees At everything it sees ? Well it T wRy not, t pray ? Aiotit BMusarWdarli* every day ? Oh! what's the matter: oh my! oh my! What makes my sweetest chicken ky? Oh nasty, uggy pin, to prick it; Its darlin muaxer's darling cricket I There ! There: she thrown it in The ...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 February 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED RYERY AFTERNOON, (.EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At tht ?U*r Budding, corner PenutglvaHta cceune and E'tveKik street, By WALL AC tl 4 HOP1, \VU1 be served to suba< nter< ui the citir* ol? Wash infton, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agenla. To mail sub*cnbera the Nbacnption phce is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year in aif ranee, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTH?, and ONE DOLLAR for TITBEE MONTHS. {JcT-Sixolk rortaa ost cm. -- ? VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1855. NO. 671. THE WEEKLY STAR. Thia sxcaliant futly aad txaing a graa tc r var ?e<y of can be foand in an Single copy, pot a ??????? to etraa. ... #1 ? .... iM .. ec* ..15 CV Pl?e Ten * do Tweaqr do (&- Caaa, wniuiiT im afiioa 0&~ 8?n#ie copies (uj wrappora) can b? procured at lite counter, immediate! y aft or the t?<u? of it* Price?'rnair e em-si PoaTXAfTKM who act as amenta wtll tie allowed a coomiwHHi of twen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 February 1855

? EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON CITY: tpmpat aJTWHOOJ .^. Tebraary 27 groBAO*. ?Storage will be taken in the fine large dry basement, corner of Eleventh street and the Avenue, "Star Buildings." The central location and easy access to this store-room makes it the most desirabfc place of the kind in Washington. Terms low. Apply at the Star office. 0 * ? ? SPIRIT OF THE MOR5IHO PRESS. The Union, promises ita read an to Borrow e full report of the sword premutation, speeches of Messrs. Caefl, Bell, Smith, Zollicoffer and Beaton, in the oonrae of which, by the by, much "bunkum" was nttered. However, they wore carefully prepared, and will doubtless prove very interesting eulogies upon the life, character and public services of the man of iron nerve and will. The Union also shows that the expectations of those who countr 1 largely on the unpopularity of the spoliations veto have proved lamentably unfounded. The editor indulges, on this occasion, in a short, bnt really powerful argument, to show...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 February 1855

Fy^NINTi STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. la* Coc?cil??ijo jra ?f Aider men.?Last evening the Bcarl of Aldermen act at the usual boor. Mr President Hill in tha chair. Mr. Dove presented petitions of Alexan ler Borland, agent of tha haira of Jame3 Moora; of John Guttinson for tha ramiasion of a fine* and of Chaa Calvert. A Hoover, aad others'; which vera appropriately referred. Mr Per par offered a joint resolution leca' ising the Board of Health, it having lost its legal existence by failing to meet acd organ ise on the .Id instant; parsed. The bill for the pavement of tbe footwavs betore squaree 878 and ?04, with tha lower Board a amendment corracting eertain arrora io tha datee of art* referred to in the body of tha bill, waa taken up; and the said amend, mint waa concurred in. yitipatriok moved to raccoeider the vote by wbioh the elaima committee had beon *rom further consideration of ? ! J0r th# TeH#f of Catherine White; which being reconsidered, the said bill waa duly re committed. Fi...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 27 February 1855

EVENING STAR. LUTX8 AHD XH ?T I1IXIU1 ELLIOTT. Drop, drop into the grave Old Leaf, ^ Drop, drop into the (rave; Tby acorn* frown, thy adorns nwn lirop. drop iato ihe (rave. , . Duceraoer's tern past* rave Old Lear, Above the forest grave Old Leaf; Drop, drop into the grave. The birda in spring will sweetly ting, That Death alone is sad; fhf riM will grow, the nnmroae show. That Death alone is sad; Lament above the graze Old Leaf; For what has Life to do with Grief*1 Tia Death alone that's sad. Woat then ?.We both have lived th tough The sunahiae and the rain; And bless'd be He, to me and thee Who sent His sun and rain: We've had our sun and rain, Old Leaf: And God will ?ei?d again, Old Leaf, The sunshine and the rain. Race after race t?f leaves aud men Bloom, wither, and are gone; As winds and waters nse and fall, Bo life and death roll on; And long as ocean heaves, Old Leaf, And bud and fade the leaves, Old Leaf. Will life and death roll on. How like am I to thee, Old Leaf: ? . We'...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 February 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, t?XCEfT SUNDAY J At tkt Star Budding, corner ?onuy^*i?lt4 avenue and Eleventh street, By WALLACil * HOPS, WUI be vcnred to (ubacritera in the cities of VVaoh infton, Georgetown, Alcxudna, BaJtiauve and Philadelphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Afenj#. To mail ?utocribera tbe subscription price ia THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENT9 a year in advance, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THR?n MONTHS. (K^Snoi.t cortts owi mm* ommiT VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1855. NO. 672. THE WEEKLY 8TAR. ' a car be fouad la Stofl?copy, per Tea do Twenty do to cxrta. ??????????????*. $1 X ? W> - 8 VJ 1*00 09* W'Aaa, mv4Wiiir m W- 8,Q#)f co0aa wrapper) oaa toe procured at the counter, immediately after the W?vr of tLe paper. Price?matt emi Po?ntAfTti? who an a? agents wBl be allowed a rnrnaiwn* of tweoty per eeat. Tnxasuxv Dxfixtxxmt, Jan. 3,1855. Nouce m hereby given to the holder, of the fo| lowing des...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 February 1855

EVENING STAR; WASHINGTON CITY: WIDWXSDAT AFTXRHOOir. February 2$. Storaq*.?Storage will be taken in the flue large dry basement, corner of Eleventh street and the Arenne, "Star Buildings." The central location and easy access to this store-room makes it the most desirable place of the kind in Washington. Terms low. Apply at the Stdr office. ~<mm 8PIXII or THX MOBS ISO PRZtS. The Int?lltgtne?r publishes, to-day, th?re port of Ute select committee of the Hooee of Reproeentatives upon the Washington Moon moot, from wkich wo oxtract as follow*: "The dutiee of this society have demanded the oonetaot attentiea of its members; and it is very gratifying to tbo commit too to atate that neither the president, vice president, treasurer, secretary, nor any of the manageri or membera have, from ite institution, re coivod or do.ired any compensation whatever Their aorvieea have boon and will eontinae to be wholly gratuitous. "We unanimously approve the plan of this monument, and of the work th...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 February 1855

KV''NING STAR. LOCAL INTELLIGENCE. - - - CaiJtACTBKisTics or Til Ajokicui Pbo fl? ?0. P Baldwin, E <|., delivered * lecture on thit subject on Maaday evening at the Smithtonian Institution. Ht oommeooed by No twt people have so little idea of eaoh other as theee of the North and South The popular idea entertained by Southerners re S"fiF#:h? Y'nke? *?? Physically, ha it ? ^ faced, long. lank, and okinny* ha i> prone to talk a great deal, and that through I hu no*: ha is very fond of cod fish, onioft pork and molastet, new mm. and bad eijrars he it temperate, became be is too economical ?jSSe of k" a th* c&n??ntr?M es*enoe of selfiehness, he does not hata others, he only lores himself more. il# fd in old times from religious persecution, to tha rocky shores of Plymouth, and there ereetad an wUh 1Lb#rty' *n<1 conteernted it with tha blood of akinny witohet and haratieal quakert. The part* of the Bibla he lovet mott, treat of tha sharp dealings of Jacob with Laban. and he l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 28 February 1855

EVENING STAR. DOM'T BUS Of DOT. Don't run.in debt?ninr nia4, n#ver mmd. ? If thy clothe* ut Uded and lem; Fit '?iii up, msfce them in, it Is better by far, Thai to have the bean weary aad warn. ?- ? - Who'll love you the more for t*e act ot yew bat, ~ Or tba raff, or the tie off our shoe, Tha shape of your rat, or y*w boats or era rat,- ? If they know you're in debt for the new. * | There's bo coat/art, I leiiyoa, la walluag Mm atreet. In fine clothes, if you kn >w you're in <kbU And feel that perchance you some tradeftneft tnv meet Who will sneer?''they're not paid for-yet," C<fJd.Krt<^f" ,et "** **?01 you' do,,'t ***** ?*M> # If the chairs and the solas are old? . ? Tnej wW nt jrour back better than any new *ct, Lnleas they're paid fer-srttb gold; ir ihe house is too Mnall, draw the cine* together, 11 warm with a hearty coed will; u?pa?d lor, m all kinds of weather Will send te your ?arm heart a ehill. Do?*t run in debt?now, dear girls, take a hirft, (If the fashioa...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 March 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At tks Star Budding, corner P?MujrfeMM avenue and Eltvtntk strttt, ?? WALLACII * HOPI, Wtl be aerved to vubscribera in the citiea of W??h inftaai^ Ofoymwn, Alaundru, Baltiaw and piulatielpbia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agent*. To mail aubtcriWra the mbMnpiion price U THREE DOLLARS AND F1PTY CENTS a year In aJvanct. TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fur THREE MOlfril?. 0^?Si*oif coma on* cairr. i 'T M'Xij? VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1855. -*.i I NO. 673. Thfc axaalleflt family ud )Nm? tooaf a graater *army rf aa be ftmndtn i 6lM>? oopy, per j *ira c^pVe. Ten tfn Twenty da. ... ft M to cu;#a. ?a ???????????????????????????????????????*??? ... nAWMMMIMH'Ui. rirrlW &/" Ca?b, imriUiiiT ia adtakck. ' T"; P . - m _ / Siftfl. coping (in wrapper*) can be procure/! 1 oohawr, haaiedtatety after the fa -te of tba ba aMrw?4 PomitmM who act i t af iWr-otjr pet teat /I A OTDn *n r S...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 March 1855

EVENING STAR. ? ? ? ? -j WASHINOTON CITY: 1 'i ? yt THUBSDAY AFTKSXOOir March I. g?3??_ ' 9toraqm.?Storage will be taken in the fine large dry basement, corner of Lieventh street and the Avenue, "Star Buildings." The central location and taay access to this store-room it the most desirable place of the kind in Washington. Tsrms low. Apply at the Star office. 8PIBIT OP THE MOB HI JIG PUSS. The Intelligencer rejoices over the action of j the President tod Senate, in oarrying out, yesterday, to a triumphant conclusion, the lieutenant general law. That is, Id nominating and unanimouily confirming Major (general Wiaflaid Scott to be a Lieutenant General in the army of the United States, the new com mi*ion to date baok from the taking of the fortress of Saa Joan de Uloa, at Vera Crui. The Union urgee that Know Nothiogism in the South is bat introducing abolitionism there under a disguise. We find in the Union also a communication upon Dr. Gwia's proposed over Isnd ezpreea to California, w...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 1 March 1855

evkning star. LOi AL /a T E LLIGENCE. Arroi?Tirx9r or PoKn?;rsits is the Stat* T.-Tk, Organ of yesterday con tains the following ?p t?JfAgmlW9'r()*> February 27, 1855. ' Editor of thr American Organ : lPS**T ?J tb* *l?t itutant, u? 'Facts for Americana?Jesuit. lSa^*^0TerBn,?nt':' **4*d l0?o *? Ud ^. rT^uby.J!a' th,re >r* ?> many error, uat I itkt tbo liberty of oorre^ting the same "?*" lkV r#Ule to ?J '?<ker *ndmywlf' Tbo article alluded to sajs that I am -ml ployed to aid the agont contrary to law Su-h u not the case I an employed in the Depart, meet In conformity to law and of 2uir* U.?iSSffStS and seeb assistance ai has boon astir ii ??' that deak since the year 1829 ?-*d to The artiole farther taya : fBboyJm>t* ?mployeet in the State it^Tn?d f^^ TOV8' and hM onJ/ keen re-, -I*0,* doinS *> by the influence cf prominent citnena of Washington, who oer "Presented the cue to Gen. Pierce " <",,o,wkou ?teu>. wh0tohtiVf7?sd*J?' J?ly; 1853 tb* **7 on ? aftssTsfar ...

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