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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 19 April 1855

l^DAYIS' ADksfABLE. C#tfW, AXI>\ BUTTER- WORKM, for Susnuehaii,nj».a]id several ¦; adjoining counties, ro.-pcctfully tiivitc all Bjitter mnk-1 eis to examine and test the merits <jf| thts. new and , valuable inventiwi. Hi- propose to fiirtiish each and j all of von with a Ctijits that will piiidiict! as much butter in as short ii time v any other chum—one that will etitopleleli c/prl tlii. bnitcniiUhiVarh and itork in the still, diffusing-},' pi'tfrctlHl through tho butter ami fit it for use, witlimt rembriiip it from the churn. This Churn |U simpttf in its coil^tr^ction, scientific iu its operation, and iisily cleaneUrahd kept in order, and c'.ui he easily aUacbed to any propelling I power. ¦ ; ,'-..: ¦ ¦] \'i ' 1 For further particulars, npplv persOiuillyl or by let- I tor to J AS. C. BUSflNKI-L and J,;iK. ^RONSON, i -Ararat, SusiiucltauM-wunr), Pa. jj! ' !' j - PUMPS! PVMPJjftf! '• ¦ '. i Tlie Greatest Improvement of' tJif A' jr!—C. J //.' Willitnns' pinihlc-Activ...

Publication Title: Independent Republican
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 19 April 1855

ijir. ¦nr..';.Lw.kA|ilUif11" "j "j""" . SIJ1.JIEB GOODS AT " j; '-\ ". --1. L.posfrijco. , ;,>'•-.-.. E now ^ fTijr to the publ|c|the most choice and I* ' the latest STVtKs of •Goods to be had-any 'Vhci-e in the country, and for {h«* very lowest prices, Without variation. I'lj ¦" •- - ¦ REA I) Y, MADE OLOTlIIXG. SUMMER STYLES. L L. "Post & CoMmvo just madq.a large addition to their stock of clothing, consisting-now of-everything tle^irablcfor the buyer ^t such prices as arc sure to suit. The goods "are made first rate, Aud we warrai tthc work to be equal 3( not superior to any over beforp offered in this market. Our; stock comprises CiiaiB, fine black Frencli Sacks, Frocks and Business; T.Weed, Cassimcre and Jean Sacks and Frocks, also (brown and wliite Sum-!mer pliililranU-tvviueiir'A'l^i^TVIific ana coiore* iHnrsaillcii, .Valentia. Lasting, liglircd Barathea, figurled silk dnjl Satin, and every v!irjety, good and cheap. Pi^TS—Fine black Cassimcrm jxlocskin, col. t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 19 April 1855

¦ wtrig - fifjyffl^^ i-. ^¦T:G*^t^ATrS^f^^--\.:-'j--.\ I Great Btish for ^the New Good* at:,EaU>itii I :.'¦ v ^:'-v;0NE; raic*esTORE!:;;^:^.l' THE larges"-.. and 'cheapest stock of' Fibcy; DorocV u'c and S tuple Goods ever broueht Into Susque-" hanna county. Oiiej hundred cases*Dry-|Jo<*d8j comprising in part as followa: *- ' ¦" ''- ' /'-¦ : ;- Rich Chaiigealile Silks, » Fashionable SlDt and Sat.: » Stripe '! rBonneljg, -'«'« Plaid :"'•]''-. ' Frcnch-Pluroef,,;"-. '. 1 . ""Black " "• : 200 pieces Bonnet Bjjb-Glas3a Bonne. ", ' ¦ "-.-•¦-'•> ' ¦ P»t}»» Bonnet Salius,; -. . !• 100 pes. Fancj Dress do. AU wool DeL Ones, : r Velvet Dress gtjtfons,*"; Parisian i to': j i-Ef?'?^- * colrU Velvets, Plaid do Cos« i, ! ' rdty Bay Swtia,»|«, >. ¦ oiou.iejaii riurge, •* ¦ Cashmere ; do. '¦ ! English Merit oce, Brocha do ; Paramctto's ' '.' • Klk . ' do • '¦- Lyonese Clot is,; Gloves, Hosiery, etc.. - Tobm-ys • Cloths, Cassimcres, ' French cban' ile de Reive, Vesting...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 April 1855

LAHGELINA'S FAI5TED .Jaks ^ Skeiil^-s.;-..! The talk was of Hottentots— | \ 'Don't speak of'em,' cried Miss Angelijji^ Daffy. ' I'm certain of it—it I were only |to look at a Hottentot, I should faint—1 m&s< faint.' .' '' r ,. - . ' \\ 'Fiddlededee,',. sod Miss Lillywhitc; and there was a hush—a pause m the couverjsa tion; for when Miss Lilly white exclaimed ' Fiddlededee,' it behooved thc>ughtless!yoi|nj ladies to look to.themselves. Now, M!is> Daffy had a great talent for fainting. Pk;rt-^hapsthc talent was originally a natural gift; nevertheless it could not be denied that a frequent ami earnest cultivation of 4he endowment had brought it to perfection. Miss Pafiy, at one minute's notice, could faint] at any time, and upon any subject. She copld faint'at either extreme of the day—faintj at breakfast or faint at sapper; could faint v|ith equal beauty and truthfulness, vhetb«'r|the matter to be fsinted upon were a black beetle, or a blackbird—...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 April 1855

ANNUAL FESTIVAL, ] ! I at ST. Patrick's wells, county . pow.s; -iut'. ! • - LAND. . ; • _ ;- i. I ¦?•: When or how the custom: which- I shall describe originated, 1 know! not,jrior, jis jit necessary to inquire ; but every midsummer eve! thousands of Roman Catholics, pfcuiy from distant parts of the country, -resort to these celebrated holy wells (<> clj.-nsc their. s(>njs from sin. and clear t heir j mortal b^uMes of disease. . The influx of people of different ranks fuoome nights before, .the one in |>*hi<h aloiie during the wh >!c year, these welils] possess thi's power (for on ail other dayai and nights in the year they rank pot above 'common draw-wells.) is prodigious ; and ! their attendant hu'r Je« < >f; ' beggars.; whose Mitgctl "iirments. if once taken off, ci}uhl not \y put oa again W the ingenuity of man, |iifus| the streets ami lanes, and choo'se. their lodgings in the highways and hellges. \ Having) tbelen j ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 April 1855

PETBR FRANCISCO, . , The Samson of the Western Hemisphere. . As late as the year 1830, there lived in Western Virginia, a man \jhos strength was ] so remarkable, as to win htm the title of the ' Western Samson.' He knew nothing of his. birth or parentage, but supposed he'was born in Portugal, from whence lie was.stolen when a child, and carried to Ireland. His earliest recollections were those of boyhood in the latter country. While yet a lad, he apprenticed himself to a sea captain, ;for seven yeaft, in pay for a passage to this country". On his arrival, his timeajnd services were sold to'a Mr. Winston of Virginia, in whose service he re. mained until ths breaking out of therRevolution.: Being of an adventurousturn of mind, he sought and obtained permission of his mas ter tcj join the army, and was engaged in aci tive service during the whole contest. Such was his strength and personal bravery, that ho enemy could resist him. He wielded a sword, the blade of wltich was five...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 April 1855

FIOWEBS. j . §cktf foeify ; ]J BT lUiUBITB OiXtS SMtTH. I ¦ , - ¦ , ' i Each leaflet is a HnV scroll, f , Inscr ibed with holy troth, | . j A lesson that around die heart . \ '; ' '; Should keep the dew of youth; \ Bright missals from angelic throngs j In every by-way left; | ; Bow were the earth of glory shorn ,; Were it of Jlowers bereft I '." . J : ;'¦ . They troinhfe 'on the Alpine heights, \ ! Tlie ftwarcd rock they press,-The desert'wild with heat ind uuid, ¦ Shares too their blessedness; And trheresoe'e'r the weary heart Turns hi its dim despair. ¦ ...,' The meek'-eyed blossom upward loots,' Inviting it to prayer! "'. ''-"-'-!" ..'BrV^-'''iMun«. ' * The sun stepped down from his golden thione; Ami lay in the silent sea, And the Lily had folded her sarin leavesi, - i , For a sleepy thing .was she. j What is the Lily dreaming of? * I Why crisp the waters blue ? < > See, see ? she is lifting her varnished lidi 1 ] • Her white leaves are glittering through...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 April 1855

HiceMembeti of Congress. ,i , , , 'The senior editor of ttie, Louisville JOijir--nal was in Washington forisorite weeks previous Ut the recent adjournment of Cougrbss. lie gives the following: | - . | A couple of merry fellows, one of thqiu'a distinguished member of Congress from, a Southern State, and the bthW, a distinguished ei*ditor from Kentucky, tcoricocted a .letter purporting to be addressed by a young |4dy to a very fine-looking gentleman.—It was got i np in firn-rAte style. The "pretended l^dy set.forth therein, that she!]had several times seen the gcntleniart>shc was addressing, j that *hc was captivated by his fine face and n^diily form, tliat her heart was deeply touched, by all she saw and heard of him, and tha£ she must make his acquaintance before hif deoarture from the city >, that she hoped] and ] prayed he would, forgivelher. seeming boldness, as it was the first irriprudent act of her life; she; h d always moved arid was; still moving in the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 April 1855

THE SPXEITS IH THE Tti 00D8. 1 . j .j.' , , -, .BV A' BACKWOODSJIAIt. -. ' ^ j Table-moving was first tried brail PJ&cmg bur bands in a ring, upon the ^abie. i; The efjfecir^was • ajmost instanUy seen! Our own weight could not hold the table dowri to the floor! ] Slowly it raised, but tipping ; a little, :we fell headlong into the pancake-batter, the ^able anq" batter rising as we went dbwn. J. would have laughed at our fall, had i not H. Jtrodinardly npon his corns. Inst eadpf laughjirig, he ooked like cursing. H. waii grave, |arid declared that the spirits compelled him 'to step wliere he did. It was >vidient that j-we had;' got up the Dutch' ofot r unseen visjitorsi. fishing to get at a goxk understanding witbitbem, we preposed to 1 aarri, by rapiping^, a variety of matters particularly iriter-! estiiig, and at tho same time, tei t b^ mental questions and otherwise, their sjiiritbal intelligence arid veracity. Perhaps I cannot do better Itbnn to give the ques...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 April 1855

llDEPENDIT HEPUtoCM i ~ ¦ ¦ ¦ _ f OTAntKS F. BEAD AND II. n. FKAUKB, EniTORS. . j ', MONTROSE, PA} j-j.". ? |. Thursday, April 26, 4855. i;i [' I t3&~ The general demoralizing]influence of I slavery on communities where it exists, has t often been pointed but. To judge of the [character of a people by the acts and doctrines of the aggregate body of which they j a$|tbc component parts, our slave-holding "s?*"fellow-cit'zens must be looked upon as men 2 who either hove a^ery iridisTinct 'sperc^ tlJri ' I eif right and wrong, or are indifferent to the _] obligations that a perception of the right im-I rxwes. Weare frequently told thktgreatalj lowance must be made for difference in ed--J hcation—that those born arid reared wnere j! slavery exists, view it not in the satae light . ;aawe. This is certainly true. Those who, ihaving,by fraud removed from Kansas the ^restriction of slavery, are now prepared to fu^e violence and bloodshed to introduce it jthere, most certain...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 April 1855

A Digression- ! We arc oftcn^sked; by oW-friends why we do not corrieot the many palpable! bnf disgraceful mtohitemon|| "of thoMdntx^efeem. ocrat. We r^Jy tbltt il is ^mee^sal y, as tbe^sehood^re !ggBerally| |o (trans^ireut t ^ fao ;^^1 | | ^!t: ir^c|:ca|^u^t thjeniafe a gTaricSe, andHve;behbv"e our readers* prefer to haVe the Repubjican filled with other and more,mterestin> miltter tnan long expositions pfmoraldcpraV jityj Sirice the Democrat is determined ^ to <^x&raAfet) de *«' wo are In favor of giv-mg it plenty IJf rope, "and- lettingit alone. If we deemed It dteirable to' showup the puerilities, missut^ments, and inconsiatsAiciosiof thatpapfer, lt^ hist assud would furbish., plenty of mate4iid,L;but..tha game wouMnptpsy for powdlr^ and shot; It is not necessary, to tell our;-readers that the statement' tjhat the Irish iUiid German Gatholies are in f:jvor of niggerj!c)itching and unlimited rum-drmking, and vpjje' on that side at every election;" di...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 April 1855

\ Teqible Stjiiffering. . jna oi tne most rem^rkabb? instances of preservation froth shipw^li-f»t feea lias/juit happened in the loss of thb sHp Wjllian.Lav-^fh^This'VesseipjtC to "seal from Ne%-Yofk bn ffle 16Ui otPeh|iiaiy-|ias^freig^fed wi th a rp andjissoVted ca|^o| botijijd ^Antwerp. On'itho 28th of Fcbriijuri' , a dejtefe gal<vwhich lastedv solrni d>y^v ^tnpl^yfyv wrecblsi tho vessel, and, lashed tdh^floating and helpless hull, the captain andcrew passed,sis days and nights, without a siiigle drop of fresh water and witttotttl^pnthfiil-toficat, exot*|iling a single rat that]yas found .swimming about the'wreck, and which was] fortunately caught and shared among the sufferers,: The account furnished by the captain gays:— : For our better: security j we each of us lashed ourselves to the ,i*.:rirck| wjtli whataVer of tho riggmg,or ship's irppesi we could ge,t hold of. This alone sovfcd us: from beliig swept away. In thisco]iidition,;jtied to the wreck and cons...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 April 1855

Later frota Salt Lake. ^ I--DErEKDEkcE,,(Alo.,) April-IT, 1S55. The mail froin Salt Lake arrived here: at six o'clock la>t evening, Jjut the news received by it is. unimportant.1! , ¦. ! Brigham-Ypnngj continues'to act as! Governor. •'¦]'¦'-'. ,t . On the niouiitains |he show was verv deep There have been np detentions or inolcstatitms on the Plains'lately by thelndians.-They appear now to |,e lnor,j peaceablv deposed, and have returned the stock1 formerly stolen by thein,' mid |*em anxious to niak'e amends for their past; acts; j Lime to K|4 Spiii|KL.-f A correspondent says : " Sho]ufd sorrM ir-V,kc its appearance to any extent! in niy fields]I shuuld regard it as an evidence thatan)>ihcr dpef ing o?i lime would be advantageous.! Whether fjorrel really does denote pn^'cid^sotl, |I am not prepared to say, :but I'dojknow that'on land that had, at regular pridistitcd peri'u'ds, received an abundant s!u_p])ly ofi barn-yard-manurcy-or rel made its |ap.pearatiee', a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 April 1855

' ..'.-f' lATEEFEOMBTOEOPE- 1 W froin lhe»«^>"g before Sevastopol the chief point of interest ih the neWs'bro't by the; Nashville con|-pni9 thpryieftna Conference rgrou.X? ^J'Hujfk Jthel ^nch Mini* &rm Foreign Aflairs, 4a»';t0 haveUrrivpd at \ ictlna onl^e othj Inst^oinj^as^e himaclf;,stated, ithe dirkict (expressibn of the VEmpelror's idea.". )Jji'Eiirppe' manv suppose this idea to bo aii ultirnatum agreed upon with England, the refi s.ilfdf which would bring the Giriforcncel to aiclo'se, and conseq.tenlI^ofce)Ausft&'io^^^cd aciion. At any^ ra^e, his jirrival was expi-ctcd with great anx.ctyi by the Viennese stajesjiiien, bv'whom he is regarded as the itiost Miclikepe'rsonage in itha government of [ either, Fxauce or En<>- land. jMeantime thej Coriferenees had ad, J6urne4 fi,r]Ea>ter holidays hrid holy week solemnities, after the ;fa*bionIbf the English I arhapient, as though incn i»h6 hold the lives of thousands and the'Jritertcjit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 April 1855

Cpm. McCauley's Orders- ! The following are extractsxof a letter'from'' the intelligent Washington Correspoudenl of": ;the Journal pf Commerce: 1; ° ( \ \ ' 'Commodore McCauley has sailed for the Gulf, and with his orders >i.n his pocket. We < shall soon hear;from him. jHe needVpot^ jinueh tune nor a forfie. larger-! than-the six ' guns of.the'San Jacinto for the purpose of^ complying with] his instructions'. If he en i Counters the Ferpnoto^ the Spanish vessel of "I war that committed the outrageous act of en "' forcing the Cuban blockade against American fillibusters, he is not oiily to ? bring her to ' but bring her into the port of "Norfolk. Any Spanish vessel that may hail or bring to or visit an American vessel will of course be captured or sunk. ] ] The force wanted for such an object need not be large; but & may require all the additional force tharcan be put in requisition by our government to' meet all the consequences of the Executions of Com...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 April 1855

Another Fire] in Honesdale. ~ ai ., do clock on last; Jtnday morning the stable in the pcciipancy] of Mr. Schrifer, on Fro-ititrce't, wa4 discovered to be'Jori fire.— At th^'.time^feit^ra'usj no;watoi? in the Canal Basin^'and p^rikiufHeien-! coi»ld jBe let !in to put the ehgineain operation the flames spread.boUj]bprt|and south, sps that sevjgftil propeVtiies w»rc o)»hsurii*ff, as follows • '%*' Franfjis ^on Beck's store and stable, r Insured *J800-; arid jvas probably worth somewhat more/] This property was occupied by Mr. Scfiriferfas4^r6TOiy- aridWa! stabfe: He lost all his effects; but was insured for $000. Iii tlie stable eight horses were burnt These anirinilsdicl riot belong to him, but to persons whet were] *preparin'g for boating on the canal .'jTwy pf tbo hprees had been pur-, dnised thp cjay^befoty/ iuyiihadj been jplacud !feShc,atab!u[ to await.the ppening.pf, navigation.- '-: ': : . . '¦ ¦; • ¦¦• ¦- - M. A.: Bidwejl's building was next on the south. This contain...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 April 1855

City and! County Treasurers look out It is general!v supposed ^ >oys the Harrisburg Herald, that the Corfntjy Treasurers have a right toghint licenses to!merchants.^Brewers .and:Ligvr.beer-sel!ers,Underiheold law, Until the first of October* ntxt]; flr,d already under this ijnpressiou a large" mriiber have been issued,? The following. Iprofrwo, which was added to the Bill " to ri-straiij the sale of intoxicating liquors," makes all such licenses utterly Worthless. It waH.added hi the Senate, and jadopted by the House, and entirely escaped the notice of our 'reporter^ in makin" a Copy for publication. It should]lie added totheend of section 4, arid rdadsJaVfol'bws " Provided further.—Thai so m]ueh of any acts of assembly, as requires1 a license from a city or Coijnty Treasurer! to authorize the. sale of spirituous, vinous or] malt] liquor, be and the samq is hereby repealed.'* j The Mod i|- Gawes-jobo, ]Ga.—The Louisville. (hy.) Journal, comiiieri'ting.'-upon'the wicke...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 April 1855

AnofJxeir Candidate for the PresfdMeir. [.JbHsSlilTn IN ^TllE FIELD, ^i>' '-.¦ To th^4$'ericati People:-— ¦ ' ' ^V- ' .jThonghi have not yet ri-ceived my ftvita-.ttpri tc| sta|id as a candida$jfo> thij.pr^denpy, I <Hn |Bure some-; legisla^Ve Cbmnfittec Jrill aadr^.rrie before longi'^ Ap^I cannot J*?e nnf>"pF*1 ^ 8et UP auflbVa demonstra tion, an-fas I know my notoriety frill pr& vent njoffpm being oycrlooked, to' save any cireurnjlpcihion, I announce myself ih propria personfy, ^candidate for the Presidential nomination; . j • ! ¦ - Wh^h I say this, [wish it to be understood, I reall-fr w mt the office, both fur the honor and tha profits, direct and incidental, and that I will nouij some of Uncle Sam's funds into the podkets of those who aid. me in the setting oflit ;| I hate sbanis, and I will: not pretend a-lovi? for private life; if I entertained smcere}y,any such feeling, I would not allow my-nnroe Jo.be signed to any clap trap letter m ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 April 1855

i Sc|n4 in the Kansas Election. | ne eB.araeter ol the recent irruption into Ran .-as by L;he sjave-driving. hordes of Missouri, be;onies more and more transparently infamousj as'.uaeh new development of details comes id view. We com pile, from various sources ijtiil;]tarther il.lustrations'of the' beairtie-s of sej latter soycreigii'ty. The tes'imonv wlik-h^U-sejisecncs bear- !to the-character of that Xorihujlti treachery practiced bv'Pierce, Douglas,To^eey & Co., in the passage of the-Nebrask: bill, is no eoadiu.-ive arid dauminga.s to rvq ur6 no word of'!eommcnt.' We-e.v^ tract frotn %hc Herald of Freedom: The.Vmjfc at'Laweesce.—,ln ibis district, wlnjrethe late census report indicates bnt;:jl5!} futt'rs,. the election shows there were 1030.vot rs jjolieii, uearly three times as threat a mbnbe|.a| legitimately.]belonged here.; and yct;a lar|e number of our ac'ua;....r-sJidents and;partij:ularly those from a distance, did n^exerc sc ;(heir:right to'the ek-ctive franc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Independent Republican — 26 April 1855

^9^^ ot Prinoiples of the Know fw ^r"^- thbes. f^* uwoome- Wr ^Opposition to Roman Cat! iolic »uT" salt Political Influence; and to nLn »k .Jc" pr^ffer.gomanlCatholics Office,! to infl,,^6 Mr vo^s as a! means of politi^ JggJ*- . rne^toTf themselves or others. • j - m** I 2:?P;Pririciples and character—not 'bfrii,'' -f>li|iat&-are the true Standards of buaiif-i;!- for Citizenship.!.: H^^eation 3. .Np perspn should'he permitted to hold" Office, in a Free Country who.acknowleda^ I the temporal supremacy of the P0De Tr1 Rome. - ,.-..''¦. . ' i 4th. Opposition to all Legislation th>» compels the J rcemen of the North, at thedio tatiou of the Soufthern Oligarchyt to-bunt! down and return Fugitives Slaves.-,, and a Te peal-oralllav^s that take srich Fugitives by force without trial by Juiy, from any State or County, claiming toj be free, or that com- - pels the Cifazens, or Goyeronnent troops to aid in such a" transaction; pc that taxes the Citi zens of the Free...

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