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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 23 August 1851

VOLUME XVI. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA..AUGUST 23, 1 Sl. N. i -I ER 3z. VOLUME XVI. FRANKLLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA ..... AUGUCST Q3, I .51. Xlr1BEII 3.. A S 34a 2 5 RA&ZZ THE MEROHANT'S WIFE. A Thrilling Sketch, founded on Fact. BY AN ENGLISH PHYSICIAN. [ Contin ued.] It was in the silence and solitude of her own chamber that Emma wept long and bitterly over the singular and, to her, dreadful events of the last few days. dhus was the unfortunate Emma's mind racked by contending emotions, and the only thought that now cast a gleam of comfort on the wretchedness of her condition, was a vague. indistinct hope that George Grant might be able to do something to ward off the threat ened miseries that surrounded her, and possibly protect her against Colleti, without compromising her husband's safety and reputation. As if by mutual consent, although no agreement was entered into, the mer chant and his young wife avoided all allusion to th...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 23 August 1851

PLANTERS' BANNER. I'UBLISHED EVERY lSATURDAY, BY THOMAS F. JOHNSON, EDITOR ANLL PROPRIETOR. T I a . s .-This paper will be furnished to sub scribers at $3 per annum, in advanre; $4 if paid at the eapiration of six months, or $5 at the expiration of the year. A4 ertisements inserted at the uiliual price, viz: Per square of twelve lines, first time, $1; and at half that rate for every subsequent in Sertlll .Y- Csandtddtes announead for office must invarlably puy in advwance. 'actuulidalets for Office. For President: -MILLARD FILLMORE, If the choice of the Nationl Ctonventton For Corress: To REPRESENT THIS DIST'RICT, RON. JOHN MYOORE. For Auditor of Public Accounts, LOUIS BORDELON, the present incumbent. For the State Legislature: tfr. El'tor--Please alnnounce in your paper that DaL RItlcaA. H. DAY is a candidate for the Housa of Representatives at the next elec tn., in Novemnber, when he will be supported by the PATTERSONVILLE VOTERS. For Sheriff: We We are reque ted to announce that ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 23 August 1851

Succession de Da ri u s Pu r y, dcr:di. . TAT DE LA LOUISIANE.-Ct',ur de - District, Paroisse Ste. Marie.-A' eudu que EVELINA BROWN, administra.it, e dekCjte succession, a enrtgistredansl tille i ou-r !. '«omple final de soni adtl:nïisttr:A-ion, avec Mue 1-.ittion dte mandant que le dit compte soit approuve et l mrologué, et qu'elle, ausai que ses cautions sur Ir bond fourni par evct cimme adiatlistratrice S.:o dite, soient d'cha g:rs de tites reiponsabilit..; sur le dit bond, et qu il suit ....- : Avis est par le pr4sent ,!,n, a tous c.ou rl oi cela peut concernAr d'avoir i dtluire dans le dix jours lui saivront la date du pr:senkt av.a. a *c r.i soas (si aucunes ils ont) pour lesquielles il ne se rait pas fait droit à .s. d mande. J. V. FOURMV. Grefficr. Bureau du GrPffier, le Ifi Aoit, l.1.-!. PROCLAlATION. Bureau du Secrctaire d'Etat. Attendu que l'articl i 140 de la Constitution de cet Etat implise au Secrétaire d'litat le dvoir de faire publier trois mois avant la prochaine él...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 23 August 1851

ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. Apolie Patout, Adn'cs, COUR DE DISTRICT v%. No. 1288, Zenon Bourgeois. Paroisse Ste. Marie. EN' vertu d'un ordre de fier fasia. lance par la Cour de District dans et pour la paroisse Ste. Marie, et à moi adressé, j'exposerai en vente publique, au comptant, à la maison-de-cour daas la ville de Franklin, SAMEDI, le 6ème jour de Septembre prochain, à 11 heures du matin, la propriété suivante, savoir: Tout l'intérêt que le dit Zénon Bourgeois a dans la succession de son pre, le feu Jean Bap tiste Bourgeois; et aunsi tout l'iartrêt que le dit Zénon Bourgeois a dans la commulaaut qui ex istée entre le dit Jean Baptiste Bourgeois et son épouse survivante, Marie Borel. Saisi comme étant la propriété de Zinon Bour geois, défendeur dans le procs ci-dessus. ETHAN ALLEN, Shirif. Le 2fème Juillet, 1851. P. C. Bethek l COUR DE DSTRICT, vs. No. 4384. Agn.s Torian, époue,, c Paroisse Ste. Marie. E N vertu d'un ordre de fieri facas lancé par la Cour de District dans et pour la ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 30 August 1851

VOLUME XVI. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA..... AUGUST 30, 1 31. NU~IMBER 33. I, i I no u1 1 1 m ~ m u mn IUIIN!I Il l i &. allgl~gIa:Usll. I&z.ga. THE MEROHANT'S WIFE. A Thrilling Sktck, founded on Fact. BY AN ENGLISH PHYSICIAN. [Continued.] A loud knock at the street door an nounced the return of Mr. Markham that knock seemed to strike on Emma's heart. She sprang from her seat, ex claiming "Hide me-hide me! I cannot see him. No, no. Oh, George, kill me-I caniot meet my husband's eyes. Oh, God-oh, God! what was I, and what am I now!" "Go tour chamber, Emma," oried George, "and recover yourself. Quick -oh, fly ! I-I will make some excuse for you. God help us, Emma; we have erred, but, oh! for the love of peace, happiness and life, compose yourself." "Hark-hark!" cried Emma, "I hear his foot upon the stairs. He comes to upbraid me with my guilt. Oh, how shall I meet his eye ?" " For Heaven's sake go," exclaimed George: "Emma, if you would save bloodshed,...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 30 August 1851

rLANTERS,'- BANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, 3B THOMAS F. JOhNSON, LDITOR 1AND PROPRIETOR. T 1 a M Is :-This paper will be furnished to sub seribers at $3 per annum, in advawnc; $4 if paid at the expiration of six months, or $5 at the expiratiou of the year. Advertiserents inserted at the u-ual price, viz: Per square of twelve lines, first time, $1; and at half that ratefer every subsequent in sertion. F,r announcing candidates for office, $10, to be paid in adcoane. T'ransient Advertisements, not particularly spe reiled as to duration, will be inserted for three months, and charged accordingly. Yearly Advertisers will be charged $10 for the first square (twelve lines), and $5 for every additional square. All notices, etc., of the various Orders will be inserted at half the usual rates, ws.ke by tAr year. B7 Candidates ansowneed for offi remut invariably pay in adanace. C(aueldudltes for OdBce. For freeMat: MILLARD FILLMORE, If the cnhie of the National Convention. For Cogress: TO ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 30 August 1851

PROCLARATION. Bureau du Secretaire d'Etat. Attendu que l'article 140 de la Constitution de cet Etat impose au Secrétaire d'Etat le devoir de faire publier trois mois avant la prochaine élec tion générale, dans au moins an journal de cha cune des paroisses de l'Etat, où s'imprime un journal, tous les amendemens proposés & ladite Constitution, qui oat été adoptés par les trois cinquièmes des membres élus à chacune des dites Chambres, et approuvés par le Gouverneur: Moi. Charles Gayarré, Secrétaire d'Etat, fais connattre par les présentes, et fais publier, ainsi qu'il est prescrit ci-dessus, le* articles suivans qui ont été adoptés à la Constitution de l'Etat, et ap prouvés par le Gouverneur le 20 Mars, 1850. Amaedements aJ la Cstitdtidn. Article 1. Le Juge-président et les Juges associée de la Cour Suprême seront élus par les électeurs ayant qualité pour voter pour les Rep résentants à l'Assemblée Générale, soit par élec tion générale, soit par district, ainsi qu'il sers déterminé...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 30 August 1851

ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. Apoline Patout, Adm'ce, CouRDEDISTRICT vs. ' No. 1288, Zénon Bourgeois. Paroisse Ste. Marie. EN vertu d'un ordre de fieri fauias lancé par la Cour de District dans et pour la paroisse Ste. Marie, et à moi adressé, j'exposerai en vente publique, an comptant, a la maison-de-cour dans la ville de Franklin, SAMEDI, le 6ème jour de Septembre prochain, à 11 heures du matin, la propriété suivante, savoir: Tout l'intérêt que le dit Zénon Bourgeois a dans la succession de son père, le feu Jean Bap tiste Bourgeois; et aussi tout l'intérêt que le dit Zénon Bourgeois a dans la communauté qui ex istée entre le dit Jean Baptiste Bourgeois et son épouse survivante, Marie Burel. Saisi comme étant la propriété de Zénon Bour geois, défendeur danm le procès ci-dessus. ETHAN ALLEN, Shérif. Le 26ème Juillet, 1851. P. C. Bethell CoUa DE DISTRICT, vs. No. 4384. Agne Torians, épue,c) Paroisse Ste. Marie. E N vertu d'un ordre de jieri facias lancé par la Cour de District dans et pour l...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 6 September 1851

VOLUMIE XVI. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA..... SEPTEMBER 6, IS l. NUMBER 31. THE NERCHANT'S WIFE, A Thrilling Sketch, founded on Fact. BY AN ENGLISH PHYSICIAN. ICowel ded.] Eleven o'elook came. and Emma was still alone. A ray of hope even stole across her heart that Colleti's last words were only idle threats, and that he was really convinced of the fruitlessness of further persecution. Every minute this idea strengthened in her mind, and a feeling of inexpressible relief came over her. " George," she thought, "shall go for ever! Then years of devotion to my husband may, in some measure, expiate my deep sin." So absorbed was Emma in these re flections, that she did not observe the room door open. nor was she aware of the presence of any one, till the voice of George Grant recalled her to her self by pronouncing her name. Emma started, and hastily withdrew the hand he would have clasped in his. "George," she said, "this is unkind -ungenerous. Why, oh! why, do ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 6 September 1851

Mon,. r'Editeur-Veuillez annoncer bMoN.. N. L. PROVOST comme candidat pour la place d'Assesser de Paroiase à l'Iéltion qui aura lieu Novembre prochain, qui sera fortement soutenu par LXs VoTAà- DE L PAROISSE. Pa..¶TW'I'EII' B 1N ER. 'TTBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY THOMAS F. JOHNSON, EIPTORK AND PROPRIETOR. i L x M s -This paper will be furnished to sub scribers at $3 per annum, in advance; $4 I paid! at the expiration of six months, or S. tt th: expiration of the year. Advertzsemecnts inserted at the a-aal price. vii. z'er sqp.are of twelve lines, irst tiu, $I aJd at half that rate for every subsequent in For annuoncing candidates for office, $10, to be pvid it! advarce. I raan.ier: Advertisements, not particularly she caned as to duration, will be inserted for t!.,ee months, and charged accordingly. 1e,-ly Advertisers will be charged $10 for the nrst square (twelve lines , and $5 for every .iddiunal square. Ah nOticev. etc., of the various Orders wd! be iunerted at half the usual rat...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 6 September 1851

Origital Poetry. [For the Planters' Ban.er.l SUR LA MORT D'URSIN PERRET. Il n'est pas de maison longtemps heureuse et folle, Pas de mois qui commence et finiuie joyeux: SLe bonheur, c'est l'oiseau léger, capricieux. Qui s'abat sur vos toits pour dire un ciiant des cieux, Ouvre 'aile et s'envole. 1 Hier, c'tait encor fitedans la maiioi, Aucun nuage eicor ne v<oiait !'iiizni. L'air était embaumé, la nature embellie, C'était un de ces jours o0 l'an aime la vie, Où tout, tout nous sourit, nous faait it-nir le sort Aujourd'hai... tout est deuil, il ,r it iin rtl ii e.: mort ' Oh ! non ! cela n'est pas. li'hirlore 'est trîirip',:. Elle a sonné la mort po ir l'he!ire d,- ihymien s Regardez et comptez : sa trane fut couple I Quand l'ange des entant tenait eucor sa main ' Seigneur ! tant de liens l'attavhaue-tt a la terre' Devant ses pas s'ouvrait un si bel avenir ! SQuand il faut ici bas laisser sa pan.re ii're, Tant d'amis, do biouleur, l'on ne dit pýl mourir ' SI le sentait aus'i. lors...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 6 September 1851

ETAT DE LA LOUiSIANE. Apoline Pato't, Adtn'ce, C) OURuE DISRICT vs. No. 1 :., Zinon Boureois. )Paroisse Ste. MIarie. EN vertu dn ordre de fieri facia lanic par Sla Cotur de District danis et po'ir la paroisse Ste. Marie, et à moi adresse, j'exposerai en vente publique, au comptant, à la mtai-ni-de-cor dans la ville de Franklin, SAMlEDI, le tierte jour de Septembre prochain, à 11 heures du matin, la pri.oprîité suivante, savoir: Tout l'intérêt que le dit Zenon Bourgeois a dans la succession de son père. le teu Jean Bap tiste Bourgeois; et aussi tout 'iint"r.t que le dit Zénon Bourgeois a dans la comuniiiii uiitR, tirx istée entre le dit Jean Baltis:e iKourgeois etasoi épouse survivante, Marie Borel. Saisi icomiie .:tant la prpriett de Zénon Bour geois, défendeur dans le iproi s ci-dess.s. ETHAN ALLEX, Yh,îrif. Le 2G-èiie Juillet, Ii1. P. C. Bethtil COI-R DrEs. T, ICT, vs. 1 No. 41:. Agnes ToriDTa, poisec Paroisse Ste. Marie. SN vertird'un ordre de fieri frms l.ar;i par la Cour de Dis...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 13 September 1851

VOLUTE XVI. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA ..... SEPTEMBER 13, 1851. NUMBER 35. THE BLOOMER. The saucy maid may ta her head, When she her bassle hitches on; Be mine to priae in uade lays, The graeful girl with on. The peticeat no more shall ast On limbs whose shape bewitches one; But in its place, with modest grace, Those limbs shall hold the breeches on, Thsabucks and beaux turn up their nose At costly robes with patches on, But goodaess me! what if they see Such beauty spats the breeches on. Ye muslin dresse white and thin, With Sgered stiches on, I fear er dy has pased away Sines woma put the bheehes on. Ah! well a-day, the bd may ay ; Shall ese bestw his ksses o A shamelese maid who's set afraid To put a pair of broobss am? She'll make him feel from head to heel, Whatever else he hitch. on, He has no right by day or night To put a pair of breeches on. We always see the graces three Without a rag the witcbes oe, But, oh, gad ook ! bow would it look Should ea...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 13 September 1851

"But tell me, on your life, have you ever seen a more valorous knight than I upon the whole Sface of tihe known earth ?"...! Don Quiu-te to Sancho Panza: Part I. Chap. 10. When Concha glutted o'er the gallant slain. SGreat Nenisis* was not invoked in vain; iHler spear ?he grasped, and listened to their cry. A stern resolve flashed in her frowning eye: "Ere this moon fade,'" she cried, "I swear ta stretch t The neck of thiis perfidious, bloody wr tch.*' 1 Straightway a chieito find slite gazed aroind, 1 And soon on Bayou Teche a champion touniL- . Who should she choose to execute hlier iaw, r But the stern lro of Attakapas ? Obedient to her call thie coluionel came, With gnashing teeth and with an eye of J am'. ' And in the god'ess awful presience stood, , Panting to slake his thirst in Concha's blood. e "To you," she cried, and handed him her spear, e " To you, a knight without reproach or fear e To you I delegate the giorious toil Of driving tyranny from Cuba's soil; And when you c...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 13 September 1851

- This is all true, aid the mountain g men can show these, roads and passes r- in as little time as rsone can travel m- tbem. There are, therefore, plenty of e good-pssas for the central route; ad )- as for the snow, it is dry, and but little n impediment to a locomotive; and be i- midee, where deepest it is in ravines and e gorges, where the road is raised »Md n the wind blows of the dry now. It is I- thu that the mailroad from Moscow to SSt. Poteombqrgyis ade-a raised road if and dry mnxw, bhich prneats bat lit r de obstacle, 9W whle thie wind bleiw s way. T meN is o ditqulty in findimg Sa practicable pan in tie Rocky Mo1n. Stains abo the latitude 38 and 39; that r u to say,a tha strait line betw«e At. I- Loais aad Uan afraneieo. I hav no B doubt tb"w wole road will be evet- i ually made beaese I believe a great objet isA *Ïueerns the welfare of Sullioa wi, ia the end, sucoeed over , ail oppoditB. EIL q« a-adetAr tbe i Federl Gmew m«es it Ios.d e t it will be pioo by compaaiesa Sc...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 13 September 1851

BUSINESS CARDS. S. G. A. FRIEND, Practical Arehitect and cenral Builder, FRANKIN, LA. 23 WITTER & CROSLAND, Commission and Forwarding Merchants, No. 8 Cus tomhouse street, New Orleans, are prepared to receive consignments of Sugar, Molasse, &. AUl shipments to their address are covered by in surance, to prevent loss. 0: Particular attention paid to the execution of orders for Plantation Supplies, &c. ol7 CHARLES N. OLIVIER, AGENT, Whole %al anud Retail Grocer, andmi Western Pro duce and Commission Merekant, No. 14 New Custombouse street and No. 14 Crossman street, ....New Orleans.... C- WAere SHIPS, STEAMBOATS andi FA mlLIES can be supplsed wùh the CHOICEST PROVISIONS at th lowest cash price. 19 ly J H. MORRISON & CO., Wholeuale Gro. * cersi, No. 1, corner of Canal and Ciustomhouse streets, New Orleans. A large and general as sortment of GROCERIES for sale for cash or clty acceptances. [3M Country merchants and planters are re spectfully invited to give us a cal. 1-l...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 20 September 1851

VOLUME XVI. FtRAKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTArAPAS,) LOUISIANA..... SEPTEMBER 20, 1 S5l. NMBER 36. I -TI T -CO TlA T THE USURER'S GIFT. A few months ago, in London, an old man sat in a large panelled room in one of the streets near Soho square. Every thing in the apartment was brown with age and neglect. Nothing more super latively dingy could well be imagined. The leathern covers were white and glossy at the edges; the carpet was almost of a uniform tint, notwithstand ing its original gaudy contrasts; there were absurd old engravings upon the walls--relics of the infancy of the art; and curtains to the windows, which the smoke of years had darkened from a delicate fawn to a rusty chooolate color. In the centre of the room, and as it were the son of this dusty system, stood An office-table of more modern mann facture, at which was seated the old man alluded to, sole lord and master of the dismal domicil. He was by pro fession a money-lender. His age might be from sixty to sixty-fi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 20 September 1851

SUPREME COURT DECISIONS -The fol" Slowing are the decisiins of this court, at their late session, a copy of which was furnished the editor of the Ope lousas Whig, by the clerk of said court and from which paper we extract it: Deshautels vs. Her Husband-reaf firmed. Tarkington, Wife, &c. vs Hayes District Court Judgmnent affirmed. McLelland et al. vs. Johiisoin-dis missed. Ryan vs. Temple-affirnied. Yoiunl, Wife, &c. vs. Young, adminis trator-reversed a.nd remanded. Bataille vs. Bataille-affirrmed. Fontenot v,. Debaillon, administrator i-affirmedn Fahey, tutor. &c. vs. R. J. Anderson et al.-affirmed. Bowles vs. His Creditors-affirmed. Gentt vs. Gantt-reianded. Thibodaux, Wife, &c. vs. Herpin affirmed. Dwight, agent, vs. Perry-reversed. Cheevers vs. Marie-affirued. Rawls, tutrix. us. Rawls-affirmed. Rose et als. vs. Deblaucn Sheriff, et als. -affirmed. Capdeboseq et als. vs. The Trusteesof the Town of Franklin-affi ined. Ledoux & Co. vs. West, Wife et ali. affirmed...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 20 September 1851

ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. COUR DE DISTRICT-PAROISSE STE. MARIE. Jtred N. Richardson I v. No. 4002. M. E. Rîuder, ;polst, . ) J. P. Heiulerure vs. J. N. Rieardso.--No. 4083 J. W. Branan vs. J. N. Riekhardsoi-No. 40S4 VEN vertu de trois ordres de Fri faicias lancés .d par la Cour de District dan.a -t -ur la par oisse Ste. Marie, et à moi adresss, il sera offert en vente publique, au comptant, a la maison-de cour dans la paroisse Ste. Marie, le SAMEDI, 1 6ème jour de Septembre prochain, à 11 heures du matin, la proprieté suivante, savoir: HEST.R. jaune femme, àgee d'environ 35 ans, et >es deux enifuns: Otho, ingre, âgé d environ 1F ans: et Ellen, négresse, egéee d'environ 7 ans. Saisi coimme étiit la propriété de Jared N. Ricliadsâon, défendeur dans les procès ci-dessus. ETHAN ALLEN, Shérif. Paroisse Ste. Marie, le 2 Août, 1851. C Cette vente est diffdrée aura lieu à la maison-de-cour dans la ville de Franklin, l I SAMEDI, 4ème jour d'Octobre prochain, à 11 heures du matinL a un crédit ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 20 September 1851

PAR AUTORTE. PROCLAIATION. Blreau du lertaire d'Eat. Attendu que l'artile 140 de la Comstitution de cet Etat impose au Secrétaire d'Etat le devoir de faire publier trois moi avant la prochaine élec tion générale, dans au moins un journal de cha cune des paroisses de l'Etat, ot s'imprime un journal, tous les anmedemens proposés à ladite Constitution, qui ont été adoptés par les trois cinquièmes des membres élus à chacune des dites Chambres, et approuvés par le Gouverneur: Moi. Charles Gayarré, Secrétaire d'Etat, fais connaître par les présentes, et fais publier, ainsi qu'il est prescrit ci-dessus, les articles suivans qui ont été adoptés à la Constitution de l'Etat, et ap prouvés par le Gouverneur le 20 Mars, 1850. h Amendements a la Constiatin. e Article 1. Le Juge-président et les Juges associés de la Cour Suprême seront élus par les électeurs ayant qualité pour voter pour les Rep résentants à l'Assemblée Générale, soit par élec te ion générale, soit par district, ainsi qu'il sera ...

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