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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 August 1846

f r- o ' J " 7 If CHDE- MOUSE "" ' . " - '.' LONG SHALL OUR BANNER. BRAVE THK DREEZE-THE STANDARD OP THE FR EE. V0BT4. G 3MEKSVILLE TEXAS AUGUST 15 1846. EDITOR AWD PROPRIETOR M)j9 SINGLE COPIES ONE DIME. - TERMS: Je Noarnsts Simxdaeo is published every Vednwajnpon a large sixe imperial sheet. It will be furnished 10 subscriber al SI w an-" nam ic 'advance fire dollars at the end or six taarthjorix dollara at the tnd ol the volume if Paid ID C1JI?: inTradff nrPradtiri. it will he tirr dollars tu advance six al the end of sir menlhs.or seven at the close of the Tolumej. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per squire for the first insertion and fifty cent for fcach Subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If one week is allowed to elapse without paym en tfift- j per cent will be added to the charge and after. ix months. tiro'oollara per sonare will be required. Ten lines or under -uill be considered a square. u5 line omj.a square win oc cousiacieu iito. Over twenty ITnes thr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 August 1846

H t-k r Q Q at night- . As you do not say that you had shown ray explanatory noia to you of the previous nigh? May 25 to the President may I beg yoa to lay ihe fair copy (herewith) before him? Io this copy I have inserted in brack- ets a material word "friends" accidental- ly omitted in the hurry ofwriting and also . a development of my meaning of another place In red ink and in brackets. Allow me to recapitulate some of the prin- dpi facte in my present (to me) unfortunate misunderstanding with the War Depart- roent. About the 13th Inst t both you and the President expressed the dejire5 very explicit lv. that I should conduct on an extensive scale with the new forces about to bo raised the conquest of a peace with Mexico. I con sidered myself honored by the intended ap- pointment end I beg that my expression oa the occasion which I need not here repeat may b6 remembered. I have said in my letter to you of tbe21-t instant "I have received no orders as yet assigning me to the immedia...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 August 1846

O 1 vgr I r i &a BY EXPRESS. W group togalher the subjoined inlelli geaca extractedfrorn papers received by us yesterday Tn advance of the mat!. Conmtttial Tina. " CALIFORNIA. The following letter from Ihe Secretary of War fully confirm the statements made tame days since bv our Washington carrot- poadent in regard to the designs or the Gov. ernment upon California. Col. Stevexion is the individual charged with the conduct oftheexpeditiou. K War Department June 261846. Sir: The President having determined to send a regiment of Volunteers around Capt. Horn to the Pacific to be employed in prosecuting hostilities in Mexico probably in Upper California has authorized tne to say that if you will orgaoiza one regiment on the conditions hereinafter specified and tender its services to the United States it will ba accepted. It is proper it .should be done with the approbation of the Governor or New York. The President expects and indeed requir- es that trreat care sould be taken to hav...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 15 August 1846

.J G v " I F ? L MACHINE .POETRY. -'Come-billibring-out the rri&chjneput it in .order and let Ms grind ouua -few verses fpr the-benefit of the.naticn." .-(Billibrings opt the machine) ICs at -your service in complete-order.' Well turn.thc lower .screw a little and commence. ( Ho.cornrcences ?) ' Rlysbome-is on the rolling deep. ll spends.my lirae in feeding sheep - Andjwhen the waves on high are running I takes'my gun and goes a gnnningl Hut. tut JJHI that screw .is a liilie too jtight loosen it a little.' f j(Bill loosens it) Now commence.' ((Billtumsp fShools.grey ducks in big snakcholes And drinks gin-sling from two quart bowls- tJOhl that wpn!t do grease the wheels. t(He greases -them ) .'Nowrommences.' Hetarns.) Plunged in tf'gulph ofdark despair "Without a.wooHen shirt to wear! Hb!d op! hold Up! that'll never do talk- aing about woollen shins and dark despair. TJjeJioppef is out of oraBr--drivc in tha1 jiiail-rand.try it once more. j(He drives .the nail) -'Now go it. ((He....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 August 1846

TH E-; m OR-THERM CHAS. DE-MORSE LONG-SHALL ODE BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE-Tn&STANDARDdp THE FREE. VOL.3. &p" EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. PUBLISHED 'SIMULTANEOUSLY AT CBARKS VILLE RED RIVER COUNTY ND BONHA M FANNIE COUNTY TEXAS. SINGLE COPIES ONE DIME. TERMS: The NoTHKks Stxpbd is published every Acdaeidayapenalarge site imperial beet. h will be fareishediosobscnben al&ipercc- nam id advance fire dollars at the cod or six f mombjor5tx dc-Uers at the end fit the rotaiae if psiauicun; m Trade or Traduce it will be five iollar in advance in at the end of six monthsor re she close of the Totume. Aover.iK mccti trill be inserted at one dollar per sqosrr lor tne nrsi inseriKHi auo uiijt cu iui each subsequent insertion H" paid in advance- If one week . Jit wed to eUpsw wruotriiymemjnf tT per cent ml be added ta&e charge and after. iix months two doBarspe1116 wUl M ". Ten lines or onder will be considered a square. One Lee oref a soaare will be eonswerea jlno. cirer iireat) fines t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 August 1846

4 acquisitions rosdebySttber natioosTof territo- ry baa enualjoslifka"ln. la modem days at thktime conquests are goin on wjjich tend to destroy pbputa:ioaaQd rata the hap pfness ofmilfions. ButMr. Chairman theHit io the pursuit of honest industry; they Texkns haveja better title than qoiet r occu potion sod cnkivatien of the soil. They settled the country and fought back the rav. age; they became a bulwark against aggres- sion; they fuvfiilsd nil the duties enjoiaed by their relations with Mexico antil the federal government was changed loa"rai!itary des- potism. Texas was driven to the sad alter- native ol being shackled of giving tip her arms of basely submitting or of asserting her rights Akhough feeble she chose war and defiance. Feeling ihe dignity of hf r oq;ift'she counted no cost waited not far Stie-$pan argument but obeying theBO We impulse that resents wrongs come from wsora they may she defied armies of eight rniMkns of people. She fought them in many a pitched battle and...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 August 1846

t COMMUNICATIONS. Mr. Editok. v You having been kind enough io insert in the 'Standard' a few thoughts of mine rela- tive to the navigation of inn 'Sulphur. I trouble you again. I said in my ks. number that the naviga tion of the Surphur'tras practicable and be- lieving that to be the feet it remains for mo to point ont tha easiest quickest and best plan to render it so. My first arid fevorke plnh is for the Leg- islature of cur State to reserve from Loca- tion all the vacant lands now on the Sul- phur say for one mile on each tide the stream from Ibe Lamar county line to'lhe Arkansas line. The distance for matter of calculation I tviH set own at one hnndred end fifty miles which way be incorrect but- cnlculation will bold geotHbr any number of miles. The above distance will give u? three hundred sections of land or one hun1 dred and ninety-two thousand acres. Deduct one fourth of this amount tir locations al- ready ma3e (which is a large allowance) and ive still have one keedredand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 August 1846

r i k IJgtiriu i. PAIL MS AOT TUOU. . "Ob by that little word ' Hew rainy thoughts are alrr'i; The last -the last the lartt" ""Tite star may bat a taeteor be " That "breaks upon the stormy sight; . And X may err bellevciag thee A spark of heaven's own changeless light! EBt If on earth beams aught so fair trees of til the lights that thine Sercnest Id its trath 'tis there Burnlsgla those soft eyes of tWae. Yet jeagtratehed stars from aaavea hare ruth'd And oagioved friends bare dropped array. And ralne my very heart have erusfc'el And I hare hoped thUmany a day It Hved no more fer Jovenr paia; Bntabaa hast stir rd ru depths agate. And to Hs dull unwearied ear. Tie voice of melody hath crept la tbue tt cannot choose but hear; And no w I feel it o nly slept And know at evea thy lightest smile It gathered Ere aad strength tfee while. Fail me not thou this feeling past My heart -woeU never rouse agate; Thenar! the brightest bat tbe last Aad If this trait this lore is ram If thoa all peer...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 August 1846

UN MTHBBF' T' A-W. AR D CHAS. DE MORSE )NG SHAU. Orfp. BANNER BRA VS THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. 4. PUBLISHED SIMULTANEOUSLY AT CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY AND BONHAM FANNIN COUNTY TEXAS. JNTO.21 JM B. SINGLE COPIES ONE DIME. TERMS The Noktskkk SwBJuiD i puVHobed erctT IVednrtdav.upoi. a larje sue wnueriaJ sheet. It will be fure.is.aed u Mitoeribew at jK per an- num in adrai.ce 6e dollars at the eod f six womtu.oreix dollar at (he end oi ike vulaaae f paid in Ci-H - in Trade or Induct . KfU be ivf dollar m adiaacc hi e Vac ctti affix BuoiBTor Set en at luecKre oi tr.e v-jkuae- ArtimiMiwnlk trill be inserted at eae Mlar per j9vc for ibe fir tBsensie fitf cent for I ijcfc subsequeni inerni.T H jwj" aovance. one week i allowed i.- el-p tW pajrasewiii.- tv percent will b addec to UroaKe and af ex.! i r - .. n . . .. i r nr rent i i moo as mo vmutt per touare hi ics""- Ten Hr.es or uedet .H oa eeedered a .Jtaarr. One line over a squa-e W be conquered...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 August 1846

r ! Ull ! - oaAf'w 1 1 1 J il nvv CSSHSrS" "SSsp- The Northern Standard. GLARKSY1LLE AND BONHAM. SATURDAY AUGUST 29 1846. Jj- We are aoaaoriaed to snoeoBce Levxr. Corrsusas . Candidate lor Coteael of the 1st Regiment Sad Brigade. Ut Division Texas Mi- litia. E7""Ve are am&orisal to aa&eaece Ckakxjm C. "Whlbubx a candidate for Colonel of 11 Regiacat 2d Brigade Ut Dirisioa Tezas MiKtia bereatlUQPsldnSiof gowl yfll when ihey-ifiaH recreate tlreiraiJwusled strength with abunSanUnd uctcred foojj the sweater because it is -no foQge? IteveneJ by. 4 max of injufttiec (Loud ami vsciierTOirjiocrmg. during whkh the 'Tight honorable baronet .resumed hfe seat.)" : Peel is one of Iho greatest men in England. Tallow trill be received in payment for nsw subecnptiwisJo the Standard. THE 3REGON TREATY. Wo instibe treaty this week and the Message of the President to the Senate ask- ing tts advice upon the project sobmi.ted a document which we much admire the tone end style o ' 53" We perceive ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 August 1846

- ! A COMMUNICATIONS. Coffee's Brhd Rid River August 15 1846. . $Ixl Ewtok. How is it passibls to reconcil6to our ap- probation oro calculate the cxur esJhatiiave .actuated great political men to pursue and .carry -out a system of measures with which thc peoplo of the United States are at dag- gers point Can we divine or philosophise how or why it is that great men men whom we haTc been want to regard as the none and sinew of oar country; men whose l&cks hare been whitened with the frosts ol many .winters; who have grown grey in the sor- .Tice of their country: and who more than . thirty .year since in the Gongress of the U. . States (when the clangor of arms was hear- ted upon our mountain topa& the shrill voice of the clarion was calling our son to the .leattle field to the rescue to victory or to death) with their powcrs.of eloquence wore appealing to pur juidc of national honor nude sacred to us by the blood of hundreds and thousands of the patriots of the revolu. lion a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 August 1846

-R53aT JJ oetru. Frotrrthe Democratic Renew. . THE SHIP-BHERS. bt iohn c. w hitter The skyts rudy m theEasl The earth " Eray below And spectral ja the river-roist Oar bare white timber shew Up! let die sounds of measf ed raVe And gjajw? sw &' The broadxeo the gnarled oak. The mallet to the pml H ark! roars the bellows Meat on Wast The testy nlh Jars And fire-aperi rifts far eai fest Are Mwg with tha stars. AH day for us the Efth hH stand Brs'rfe thai flashing forge; Alt day for us hi heavy hand Tbi groaning anvil scowrje. Gee upl Gee bo! The paatwgteara For us is toiling near; For us th rafisntea down the stream Their M'-aod bargrs steer. Kings out for us the axe man's stroke In (or rests old and still For n the century circled oak Falls dashing down Ws hHI. Up5 npl in ftobler toil tbaa ears No f raftsmen bear a at; We make of Nature's ?rrt powers The atevs of buimii Art. Lay ribie rib and beam to beam. And drive the trunnels In; Nor huthlcss joint nor yawatog seam Shall tempi t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 September 1846

ft M Q . T H ERF STANDARD i C HAS.' DE-MORSE LONG SHALL OCR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. -5 EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. VOL. 4. PUBLISHED SIMULTANEOUSLY AT CLAHKSYILLE RED RIVER COUNTY AND BONHA.M FANNIN COUNTY TEXAS. NO. 22 . j ( 5B1 MI.'H JSLjM w & ir. j 1 s SINGLE COPIES ONE DIME. : TERWS: TheNoBTHuBS Staxbasd u publWisd erety Wnlrnttiv nnon a larre sire imuerial sheet. li will be furnished to sebsorifors ati peraa- . n nE. kftdnlian at ihe ead of ix nonthsorsix dollsrs ai ihe end ol the votae. If pud in cash . in Trade or rrooutc.n amiw Saltans iir advance six a; tbe cod of dx aeathiK- t-.n 9t thUi r.Jlh volume. a jr.rttimN niii be inserted at one dollar per square for the first Inscrtion.aad Miy cents for .-.ok ..Ivininnil inT.ioil. if Raid M flf V3BM. If one week 1 allowed to elapse without payraeatin- ty per eeal will bo added to the charee andOer. mn- hi nrnHnHarDerioaare will be require. Ten lines or ander will be nnf4deredaqtMreA OneliBe over a sauare w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 September 1846

iTrTf-naw J33"It--KouWbe liypocriticalm the ex trcme wera.nc to 'return onr unfeigned thanks to1Gipii A. W. CAXFiELa for his endeavouRJTioTsediicflour subscribers from supporting lhe Rtd-LafAtr; but it would most unquestionably draw forth a tribute of gratitude if he could muster up as much honestyjas to call and pay what he owes us We mention these facts in this public manner that the patrons of the Red-Lander may not be misled by the insinuations and tnisrepre sent&tions of base designing men. Rtd- Lander. THE MEXICAN ARMY. BY WADDT TKOJSriOM. The Mexican army and more particular ly their cavalry may do very well to fight each other but in any conflict with our own or European troops it would not bo a battle but a massacre Frederick the Great who was the author in a great degree ofl the modern system of tactics had three maxims as to cavalry. First lhat a caval ry corps should never be charged upon but should ataays make the charge. Sec ond that in a charge of cavalry they wer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 September 1846

I I I I "7 M 0 N TE R E 4 coo As the army or occupation has commen- ced its advance upon the interior or Mexico by pursuing the Rio Grande up as high as Camargo both by land and vvelerand as this trill be the .place where a permanent de pot will be established and from which the advancing army will lea re the Rio Grande 4& when it takes up its general march upon Monterey it will -naturally hold a conspicu ous place in the estimation of the American people. Camtrgo is situated immediately upon the banks of the San Juan river three miles from its juncture with the Rio Grande It is a small rudely constructed village with some few stone buildings many built ofjsoah and it is doubtful whether it is even snud bricks dried in the sun some construct- ed by driving slakes into the ground and then plasteriDg them with mud and others form- ed of cane and plastered in like manner. The number ol inhabitants will not excedd two thousand but as the Mexican govern-J menthns never thought her po...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 5 September 1846

f-M w. '0? " - y Emigration- to Oreoon. A writer in the Oregon Tnmywrnputethccmigralion into that territory by the sources of the Plat iiwi th A I.ana'rlvAr.fli fallows: 1 tfc. bum ftni mi -- SB- "In 1842. 138 men. womBn and children and l800'bcd of cattle m 1844 476 men xromen and dhiMfen.aud-3.O90 head of ca' tie and sbeejpsti 18'4Mfll men women and cbitttrennnd 7600 head of cattle and sheep These emigrating petiky together tvi:k smaller ofly by ion from the rooan- Sia and from California make the Ameri- can popula'too oTpregon about S000; which added lo 1250 British gives the strength of the white popaialkn of that territoiy." Going to Law. Two Dutchmen who built and used in common a small bridge orer a small stream which ran through their farrasJiad a dispute concerning citain re- pairs which it required afier a lime; one o' them declining to bear any portMcof the ex pensc necessary lo the purchase of two or three new planks. Finally the aggrieved party went to a nejgstDenng law...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 September 1846

1 J- ':1iP BH SftBTHB M N ST A N-D -AR Di CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRA VB THE BREEZE Tar. STAND&D OP TJIB PRBB. EDITORwAND PROPRIETOR. VOL.4. PUBLISHED SIMULTANEOUSLY AT CLA UKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY. AND BOKHAM FANNIN COUNTY TEXAS. JNT0 23. ? X j ' ( SINGLE COPIES OiSEpiME-TERJ1S: tit NosTHrax Standard is published every tVednesdsy.upon ajargc sueiaseri&LaBeei. Ii will be furnished to sBbscribors al SI per an- num in advance te-dcllais atlbe end of six fiiontiu.oriix dollars at the end el the volatae if j paid in cash ; in xraae or rroaoce khiukhk delists in advance six al the end of six monlhs.or seren st the close of the volume. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per squire lor lac ura usa u.." v - each subsequent insertion if paid in advance. If one weetisaltoweeweMpsewiuivuiijisrarwf- iy per een: mil be added to the charge and alter six monihs two dollars per square will be required. Tea lines or under will be considered a aqaate. Onenne OTer a sq...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 September 1846

o-J 3 -J- ! -L-J-Ll'ULJ. ' T " iiiiii' " f i rTn i frnfi tKwmf- jfc.tl: -" -nJ "f "' " -"' - jP? lllll'Srr75'i jm . ap ' ji m -- . - - i ' t in i i f'si?-3"v7':Tfr?;r--ff' The Northern Standard. CLARKSVILLE AND BONHAM. SATURDAY SEPT. 19 1840. J3- We are authorised to amtuuee Lotel C irniixas a ("iaaaSaato fir Onload ef the 1st Regiment 2nd Brigade. 1st Divisioa Texas Ml- liua. EJ"WErc authorized to aanoance Ckaklss C. 'WrtiBBnN as a candidate far Colonel of 1: Restraint 2d Brigade 1st Dirnion Texas Militia Maj. P. J. Pj.v is onr repn-teatatiTe at the Stidihd orncc in Bokham. An- comracmeatKKu or sdvrttKaeab designed for tbe paper and left with him wtU receive alien tioa. "WaET as Fick Warned at tbu office for which the asaa) Tr.itket price -will be allowed in payment of rvhscriptions. Tallow will be received in payment for new subscriptions to the Standard. S A JC5" Three of the four bands utually era. ployed in this office bare been sick several days within the past two weeks and t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 September 1846

fr J ' -J - - m. J - "W - - '-DJED At his residence in RtfV River Goeatjr Texasd Aujcut 14th 3&l6f6r Congestive Fever MSjori WM. WELLBOURN ajed fifty-five year. i Major TTelbbtjuw was by birth a GeorgUur i He emigrated from theacelo Alabama in the yea .1 S815 in which Stale be resided till the year 1S10' 3 Tvhea he-remoted to Texas ij His babiti were highly commendable he was an industrious.sober discreet mm reneious and Wad 1 also u many will testify who from time to lime 'Sheltered under bis roof and partook of Hi hospi taler. Jio citizen or traveller we believe was ever in any wits turned from his door in this he obey. -ed the injunction "Be not forgetful to entertain atrangers." Major "WztBOosji "Berrr attached Tiiroself t ny branch of the Christian Chorea When bij family Physician arrived at his reVt&snce he said he was desirous to lire that he might lfve-a-Grfc tiaa'a life He has left behiad Mia in Texas a 'bereaved Wife; butshebas with her an affectionate sen to comfo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 19 September 1846

AN AMERICA MOTHER.'' Ths following article publfshed tt lbe Republic eflbt Rio Gadc of the 1st uk. will be reed with latere;!: .t j We. were sfeown ibe o'.her njuy a.leuar from a mother tcr her son atvotuifKer in the array; aad were so mu:b raptured with its style that wo absolutely forced it from him for publication. Its trains are so rauch like those "which actuaiedj&ur revolutionary moth- ers and affinity so greet that we thought our readers ooulMio: be served with any thing they woumrelish more. The son had left without admint; his mother of the fact of his volunteering uctil he bad left for the seat of war; end s);e corameoces her let- ter as follows "Whatball I say my dear soof you write to roe that you hve left for Texas. Had yen written to ice 'mother shaM I volunteer' 1 eould hare said no. Tesas has cost rne too much already. The boaes of my first own for ought I know areyet unboned on the plains of Goliad and grief for hfe JegJ broke his fathers heart I have had eootig...

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