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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 November 1849

THE EXAMINED. JOHN H. HEY WOOD, NUttLfc, BU'ILEK, Eoitois. LOUISVILLE: NOV. 10, 1849. my ICr tnd, eccanonally , m number of the Eiimiut person. trAe are netiuheeriiert.i the hop; thmt by a peruaal of it, they may be in- J. M. McKibj Eeo., No. 31, North Fifth eU, Philadclpryejl Receive subscription, for the xtssasiaar, .it 1 .- Wo 'aliaiiViaVrl'akv i discenbaae sending the iam(uato aabeorlbers after the expiration of the time for whihTheir subscriptions pay, an eee otherwiee instructed1. '. ' - t -l.rsw. C7" We hope tho$epur subscriber wha nave not yet tespoiiea to urgent call for pay. mentof their subscriptions, will not let another mail go from their pott offci;tLeut ifetnittiaf tbeir dues. - 1 . - TfcereUat. We wish to atter a few Ihpughts upon the value of the Union. There are persons, aa we e'i know, In tiie'North andneiSeulnt'who bitterly denounce the Unioukrfd express, some thoughtlessly and others sincerely without doubt, a desire for iu dissolution. It is a Sin gular fact th...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 November 1849

"CCUS ITEMS. ' arJ Gwyea, aad Mm Donald, haa been demand 1 CenBlBg , Saw thee pulle u free. The Hang-sriaa and Po- j art till rotais at Wlddla. i C-lBeew Jank Is still attracting- than T r tailor la lha rtewr Tbamea. j ta 1,006,000 mea it ia tha oplaiea 1 tmeller I Russia, that 180,000 'ceeld ba readily broagtit lato tha o .rmwfnl IsaUaea of flofrlnf female aata oa board tha Britlah ahlp Ramlllaa, ...ud for AaatraUa.haabaaabroaghtbaforatba oear of Commleeionere. A eteeni yarht, bailt at Greenock, has just X""b seat to Egypt, for tha prirata Bee of Say- Py-ha aoaof Mohamed All. fcn moer J(et la lecfth, has leelberinf paddles, end lasliU waiarwill mah ventea mil an haar; dean tha Nils. It ia estimated 35 milt aa hour will ha ber arerafe speed. A rifle of pMBtUrcoBstractloB.BaadlB Prua .1. i. ahoBttobe iatrodaoed Into Ba la tha wavf - British Army. Tbe Brkirewater Canal Company carry paa eeBf ers for three pence each, from Liverpool to Manchester, a dietauce of forty milaa. Sir Joba Fr...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 10 November 1849

1 -LITERARY1-EXAMINER. SI 'life. T HOLT CEORCC MeaBlBT-- rr CMTVBV., How oa doth man decay! Wh clothe are taken U cheat ef weeta To waddl infanta, whoae youog breath Scare know the way; They ar like little winding aheeU, Which do confine and end them unto death. When boy first go t bed. They step into their velaalary craves; Sleep bind them fast; only their breath Make them not dead; Saeceesi? Big hta, Ilk rolling wave, Conrey them quickly, who ar bound for death. Wf-.n v-''i U frank and free, And call in .., muum tiia vciAio weU, All day cicbanging mirth and breath In company; That muilc iimmooi to the knell. Which shall befriend him at th hoBM of death. When man f rows staid and wise, Getting a boas? and hem wher b may mors Within the clrcls of hi breath, Schoolicg bi ye; That dumb encioanr tnakslh lor Unto th coffin, that attends bis death. Waea age grow low and weak. Marking hi grave, and thawing every year, Till all do melt and drown hi breath When be would apeak; A chair or li...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 17 November 1849

J- .-4 !" p. . ,.ut. . i t f o 1. il. -J-i ...fi.i.'A "prove all things; hold fast tuit which is good." r j 3 IB III. LOUISVILLE- KY.: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1849; WHOLE NUMBER 127. FTTN ', U I ,. , . 3 " ' 1 f A V EXAMINER; Vlt.ou Jefferson St., acsl dooi kul ee TKU.ni. ifO DOLLAR fER ANNUM. IN ADVANCE, IX COribS FOR l fcs iuli-aiv. PAUL SEYMOUR, rr a 11 tat a. For the EunlMr. every Mfl la laarlf, aa ajw-rtlw. 'at f Uwe baMlac fclavew, tha taly al ike Cbrtatl Chart. V. COSTIKCSD. Does the objector wy. farther, that "the Vranu are described as being 'under the yoke.' and that this means that they v. ere nsLvedi" We answer: 1 hat unbel'uvime uasters held persona under the cke, really and truely. we dis puta not; far ii is immediately added, as a reaor. of faithfulness enjoined, "that the name of God be not blasphemed, 1 1 im. 6-1 Tn. th wu no danger tnat a CIiribllBU Uiaa.ci wum.u of GjJ therefore the master holding the aerva a under the joke, must have been an ' uGchiistiaiid man. 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. — 17 November 1849

THE EXAMINER. JOHN H. HEY W OOD, NOBLE BUI LfcK, Emtois. LOUISVILLE:::r:::::rNOV. 17, 1849. &T Vk mnd, occasionally, m number of the EiaaUBtBa peroowt mho art not eubtenbert, I the Ap, (tot iy a peruoal of it, they may e t- J. M. MeKtM Em., No. 31, Nortk Fifth .L, Philadelphia, will receive s utwcrlptions for the Examiner. W -'....V.in future, di-continn' sea 'it thf- Examiner to .abscribers after the expiration of the time for which their ubacrlptloa.pay, an eee olherwlee instructed. ! ea. O" We hop thotte of our subscribers who have not yet responded to our urgent call for pay mentof their subscriptions, will not let another mail go from their poet office without remitting their dues. The Slavery ajaeeilaa la Callferala. Oar reader, will learn from another column that this qaesttoa has been met, dlaenaeed, and decided in the convention assembled In Califor nia for the formation of a State Confutation The question was felt to be of vital importance the discussion was thoro.gh 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. — 17 November 1849

J.i ( 0 i other (-) 4 t):t M i.4u M .613 m iK3 a .,130 1 1am by I I 364 tf Cou ill li tit 1 - 1 wi 1 La) tel ! Df ,.,.k Uf. as dor, i e ,i td itjia llt- 4k yr- 1, lii ' 3fU 1 verf waT th of im4 will raf (orue I i lax :rh fcB- r; i ad n of near WOS f At-- :c' t-, T CXKLPBIA, Sin. In. t I'jaloa fsalurdtiy anorn - --n Mvtto Nw York . did not reach here till Varbey. 1 1) the extrsdiUOB of the Hungarian -a Turkey, llie attitude assumed by d Kr.fUad-as placed th Cur on the leuuua 01 aiilier ngmtng or 10 ceae t hu rbtf a lhe more pacific course. ! (a Paris oa the 26 th ulu, thai the -dot had forwarded despatches to , intimating- thai change la tbe f Kusaia towaide Turkey, upon extradition ol the riaogeiian kea place, eo far aa forcing mat lira, it itaii baa eipreaed itseif ..e the differences quietly, provided interference ia made oa Uw pari ol . Ton Mine rumor waa prevalent jCm 2iu uIL The change of creed on i ,.f Htm. l)-nitiiiski, aiid other u ooo- ri,. Knaliah sauadrou haa left tbe Adr...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 17 November 1849

LITERARY EXAMINER. Prom tli Untoa -ia.uU-t tor OctoOtr. The Balk. T KDC4B A. Uear the sledge with th bell SUrer bell! What a world of merriment ihlr melody fore telU! How they Unkla, tinkle, tinkle, Ia Uialcy ail of Bight! While tba lUri that evertpriakle All tha haareDt.aeem to Iwlakl With a eryeullne delight: Kacplaf time, tlnje, time, la a aort of Ranie rbyme. To thetiaUaabulaUea that aomaaically walla From tha bella, balla, belle, bell. Belle, Utla, bell Tti J (he j'Bgliof aad th tinkling of tba balla. Hear tha mallow wedding balla, Goldea bell. What a world of happlo their harmony fore telle! Tbroagh tha balmy air of night Haw they rlDg out their cUiijhi! l"tia too utolteaf olden nolee, Aad all la tana. What a liqald ditty float To the larlle-dove that lietena, while aha gloat Oath moon! Oh, from oat the ooundiBg call, What a gnh of eaphony volaminously wall! How itewell! How it dwell ' Oa the Fatare! how it telle Of tba raplare that impel To th ewioging and th ringing Of tba b...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 24 November 1849

...., 1 4 A "PROVE ALL THINGS j nOLD PAST THAT WHICH IS GOOD." IE IIL LOUISVILLE! KY.: SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1849. WHOLE NUMBER 128. I h ,R EXAMINER; .skly.oa JeffersoaSt., next door but oae tu the Post Offlt. TKKBf tWO DOLLAai PEB AWt'M.IN ADVANCE, III COPIES FOR TKK DOLLAKS. PAUL SEYMOUR, e V B LI llll. For Ue Exaalaer. la vary Slmfat la Itself, aaa Xwav-Vellaw. ekl f am M4lB Mam, tkta ty af la t'mrlsclaa C'karrk. If. 3. In our last number, we endeavored to acters. uuea iney are, in omer respect OTrtuoua. induairious. humane, and amiable persons, dui unaer tne aupoweriui inuii r . r.i r.r.mn imm n,i .nr cuts vi iauv tnjivu, lion of law, they have become slavehold iTn.lr tha influence of religion, cut i. : ih Am nf Msnn-h. persons otherwiso smiablo and humane, would dash their innocent orLpring into iviu, sun -" i - the flames of burning Moloch. Under the a i i : tnnueiice oi icuKiwii, vuBiv..., o..u to-r, iiii . . r 1 It -. I ine aays OI rogau iwuuie, pcrauua 111 u liter respects...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 24 November 1849

THE EXAMINE!!. TOHSI H. HEY WOOD. KOBLK BVI ULH, EdITOBS. LOUISVILLE: :NOV. 24, 1849. Cf U mad, ccatumallf, nmbtr of tk Eimiink uwMKlUr net iiOseriir, in tkajtap. thai by prsI of it, tkty maf k in- dcd UauMcn. J. M. McKin- En., No. 31, North Fifth L, Philadelphia, wUI receive anUcrlptiona for the Exemlaer' "1 rVatica. . . XV shall, la fetare, dlecentinue sending tbe Xxamlner U subscribers slUr the i i: c! ths Urn for which thsir subscription pay. un ess othsrwies instructed. la area. C7" Wa hope those of out subscribers who have not yet responded to our urgent call for pay raant of their eubscrtptiona, will not let another mail go from their post office without remitting their due. CaaepellUea tt "lave Ufcw aad rree UH a the blare Mates. Dariog tha discussion which preceded the election of delegates ta form a new eonstitu tioa we frequently called l ie attention of the industrious c!mm te the fact, that la tha older slave Statee, elave mechanica ware often, brought iate competition ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 24 November 1849

upla-t avening, -- of ths L-l.ds, be ' er trteraAo'vlecAS on J t?uO psrsoc, also Tltaotofla alarigstd puia DsaUa wtiunded. : landing had Iik cabin Auia Loulsvills were iece of the boiler, 12 a the levee. i of A Uapie loav. : Ban Eoboi, Kov.20. A. Bulieio, Nov. 17. j . ttearnei Louisiana, Cap I. J. ...j-wded yeeteidsy at P. M., nearly r wavier atwel, rpreedirg desth aed de-l'" y in every direction. At the lime we write t iinpoemuie to ucenwi uaa auniver ci I loeu inerrpoii nuji iiihii cifuij w uu I ed aed thirty, though we hope thi. will prove " I nuit;. Oueof us officers of the boat n ns that thera were slxrat fiftw cahia hu. I a boaid, but aa all the cabin aft the wheel-1 .... i r aa uninjured we hope many of thera. were I One gentleman Informed aa that he aaaisl- I nnl. Jt.ffm A t .k. - I... f . . . , . hsra to ooiieroecs ana ioreCMiie at I A,f the exploion. The boat waa about I j lu St. Loui,and had ruof her last bell, , we to haul e!ocU an em.grant eael to 1 . ft ? J J - L - I o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 24 November 1849

LITERARY-EXAMINER. Prom LsuUvtlto Journal. Xmmmm Travel v p. r. a. I in even one f. tho bouaes in Eaton square, apartment lea ui.c.aliy to a tern- tbich is within the precincts of Belgrav.a.peraiure varying uuui vwwuci- we may mention that No. 71, Ung the dries the wood-woik after it has teen put ' ! r c r .k I ineKthwr. Window-frames, shutters, and temporary residence vi un i o , - ; - . ..l.. .iaA iilir ii n mn tin inn anil 0 did yo in th charming aotumn Vb" thelevely ladian summer, iu iu golden tnolue prime. Over earth aad over water, and throagboet tne breethud air. If aheddiag down lta mellow light, ao dreamy end se fair; . Wbea, the rabiai sank la dreamy rest, their .--" g ia heard ao more, ' squirrel' chirping merrily about hw v .tars. ore; .... When the forest all are laag hing la their hol iday attire Tueaut wood all ia jt.!'.ow nsd tis trnpl? robed ta fire The beach, the linden, oak, and all ia eoantlees hue are gay ' ( And ksepiaj merry carnival ere wiaUr'i lenUa Jay. Her...

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

7 1- ixl m Mo A LOUISVILLE! KY.: SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1849. WHOLE NUMBER 129. i - - JL I Li ; .... . . " , "prove AM. things; hold past that wnicn IS GOOD." r r ? in f1 JE EXAMINER; .4Wtklr.o JefferwaSt., nt dcirbuteoe to the Feel Office. I . iti invtK'rl TWO DOLLAR A-nti.,.- SIX COVIKS FOFTK.N W)U. . r PA UL. SBYMUun, For lh lamlaer at..., !rl la Itaelf. aad Hea-Fellew ah,p of lkM heUlag Ui te daly ike Marietta . r. Ke. 4. ... . . . i . j ii iv. ..giiu, tue prosperity ow w-n-uviuj, J T the church require that sue snouid nave in f.ll,-iurhin with slaverv. ... -v IVIIU " - - J J j A distinguished philanthropist, who lives ia the Sju.q, was, not long since, charged with dereliction of duty in not joining the church, when he could discourse so elo- niiftnilir about its duty and power. After acknowledging in a meek, ard a very ap propriate manner, his imperfections and short comings, he replied: "1 tnx not member of any church, nor can 1 be so long as Vu churdtes fellowship slavery'' O...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 1 December 1849

r V THE EXAMINER. "JOHN H. HEYWOOD, NOBtfc BUTtEK, Enrroas. LOUISVILLE:: :::DEC. 1. 1819. CT We tend, occasionally, a number of the Hlgtoty b aU lt testimonies on thla subject, light; and la their present happlneaa they for 2u TZ"ttK7ZVLtlV .bow. Vhat expi.tri.tion U not a necea-xry con- got their old wiring.. The, turned thelrat- yjcXicri 7 ' eomllsnt of emancipation j on the cootr.ry, l.ntlou to the great bu.lns of eelf-lmprov.- . UcKiaEaa., No. 31, North Fifth st, aelphla, will receive aubacrlptiona for the Eiaminer. : lVeale. We shall, ia fa to re, dlscontinu. jiding the Xxamlner to subscribers after the expiration of the time for which their subscriptions pay, an sa otherwise instructed. Ia Nee. tOT We hope those of our subscribers who have not yet responded to our urgent call for pay, ment of their subscriptions, will not let another mail go from their post office without remitting their due. ' , - A brief arUcle headed "Political Depravity," la which disparaging allusion wia ...

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 December 1849

r te hxhms f , n I . 7 Orleaii ixthuin fut' - L Ua fcf lb larribl disaster -'iom of th Ltvitimna. Th J painful sua aickanlnf interest, , bom th DtUa, gcayvfu and r. -J Awful tadanaltx. i our city vleiUd' t-f o sudJen .A a disaster, M U tl which ted to describe ia oiii pener 4 now. when the smoke w . shock end excitement have ,bslded, end rnen'e rninde have a, the whole affair haunU the a. hideous dream, and makes the a shudder end auiver. ..t of Thareday was the most disastrous r,.fld that ever occunru iu una vtij. ur -t of ihe mortality will exceed out highest Jsuatea, All the lacts discovered in us im, give yfot to the gloomiest appieht-naiona of the oum- i,f ha k.h-,1. More than siity-tour ceaa nave i i i ii i. han rerarnixed.more liisn io i it weie ex w.m.a iVi H.r..nna street waich house yeeter V dsr. and at least twemty were in the dead houses V aay, sjm Of lbs private I Jt4 dowi ox sia. eversi iiubih ' - i bouses. Miby cider have no dount float i - ..... tun hawa rfiArf at An...

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 December 1849

or ) LITERARY EXAMINER; Ttam Ue Ntiool Kra. r JOM J HITTIII. Th Sooth Und has IU . Th Prairie bo t heT AJ suaHet radient ftlcs Oa rising tnart a t'oM' Reagb.. UMk aad cold, car little Stat la bard of Mil, of limit airtight; Her yellow taadsareatndtaloae, 'lUre'oly mine era Ice end stoae: Croat to April rala. K 'r woodt eomplaloj , . T t falllDt iMf, - --v. liar i.iajner llu. all too ? t r - Bat on her roeka and on her sat 'i -" And eloreay hii la the school-boot ' X And whet her mffed toll deniea, The harveet of tlte Miad tapplies. f ' Tu If" of Commoaweallh Are free, atroiif minds, and heart of lie. A ad were lo her that gold or r The cuuaiog baud and eultired brain . For well the keep her auelet ttock Tbo tubbore etr-njth of Pilgrim Rock; A ad stilt nie.iote.ine, wiih milder law . Aad clearer ilglit, tbo Good Old Caaeel ... i i i.. . IS or dread a in .puc p"j While uear her School the Chorch-aplrt ., Nor feare the bliiiled biggot'e role, . While near her Cbnrch-eplre stands a Scho...

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 December 1849

' . ' ' . .... 1 - I " PROVE ALL THINGS ; HOLD FAST i THAT WHICH IS GOOD. lume nr. THE EXAMINER; W.WI.o Jenerw, - - f. .. t J.iaraut ou TKBJIi. .WML'. IN ADVANCE, TWO J-". DOLLARS. m a n n PAUL. SEVwuub, For lt KLralBr. la-erf ! i shir r Cvnclmdtd from Ut HVi J VIII lulu vie hotild have no fellow l.u.. tii the church is the I last, and the strong hold of slavery. Chris-1 t nm every christian who has ecclesi- j ;.h Uvi.pv is reduonsi-1 it iv uw m.w.. - - I the -" -t i y nf 8iaverv in the land, in I the old i i :n Panjil Mohammedan, I . . . i and heathen eountiies, the people are rising up in the ot true magnanimity anu proclaiming libeity to the captive. Ia our own country, more than seventy five yt aru nre ihd stiies:iieii of our nation aa tl.iy nrfurled to the world our political faith. declared liberty u be an unalienable right. i . I i.L.-.k.. .-... u-rnnir line hall Oil ihe States of our confederacy VI I UaVe DV jaW I ' I evcluded it from their territory. And now, ihrmii?hout 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. — 8 December 1849

H v - - .... . ' '-"r"; THE EXAMINER. JOHN H. HEY WOOD. .LOUISVILLE: :DEC. 8, 189. ' W -.?, occofional'y, a nasAir (A ttraont A art net $xtenotT,ii r jrml of it, they nay it in- Fifth u, iilUl : j Wwl I for the A" Nailce. " ; , ; shall, la fatue, dlacoatiaue I v,Bcr to subscribers after las tXt tha w. for which their subscriptions j see otherwise i Detracts. Pre!! ItlMMf,. . We bafe delayed the publicf;"ur "' week'a Czaraiaer hoping to be able to gi car readere the Meaaage of the Freaident, bat ap tu thia lime ae ergaaiialioa haa takrn placet" hoaae. . m - r , 1 V C'ttaage la ike Kaaaalaer. -1 A - . .1 w u. Mat ftHt hi U fA at InafakBtH ftf tM'-'Ve moatha and intimated as ear ran forao , lag the probability of the diacontiaaanee of tht With the present n amber tbeeiz meathe ex pire aad probability haa become iiertaJnty. Wa ad it aeceeiary to diecoatinee Uie pablicatloa of the Emiaer at leaat aa a weekly paper though we hope that Ita existence my be per pelaaled ia another farm. Brfo...

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 December 1849

a ) e " rt - .tllll.'I. r mf t' a Kes. . . WiBtKr?it, Dec 3. "I . ... j., . ..d u lail r Eti. t id acwurnea. !!u w Lm for Speaker, l:if, ballot, Gobe.Ol : W ilsr-siaV Second bliol, vrt: WiLtk 7. The Hoae n: hers preeeat 16 Whiga, 18 -.soiler. Clay slid Bhieldawei ook eest. ..saiiAn. Kusk snd Tuinei look eest. t- then sdjourned to wall th organ ii- t I U. lljO.Se. : HOUSE. I her wr 219 members present There were j UE.ucce:ut batio-ic-f. lot Speaker; oa all 'j.utof tb bailot Mnihrop leceived vo "otee; Cobb. first bsllol, 103; succeeding ballots, liwj ) ni.altrine tSl- " . , . - .1 !...! I n TPS xcnemeni in irnra w u cieuM. Honn and NrM, ot reniMiyivauia, toox i uiu veaterdav iuai piiot to JwuniineoU TS . .linvixr tnvmbara ArrifKl litsl ni(bt tad look ru th-inoruiB: Alit G. Blown, Did Hub. kfcid, l)m., Auguru 11. ihtpbeid. no, i. au- m u r:...ir Th llnnu ia bow full ex. piiuf Kiel ad Morton, Whip; and Juliaa, tt rcoDd bliol to-dar: Cobb 101, Winthtop 87. Cilmot 9, icatiptin 17. Tbird b...

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 December 1849

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