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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 3 July 1858

LAWRENCE, K T. Satarfiay Morulas, July 3, 1858. Cr To show Bow- Southern sentiment is setting against Kansas, we make the fol- . lowing extracts from the VUhHurg Southern fJSun and JJotfy Springs Herald, in refer ence to Mr. Staxtox, for his honorable and manly course in Kansas : Ths Traitgb Staxtox. Some few of the admirers of Frederick P. Stanton, the ame who turned traitor to the South in Kansas, and used all his power and influ ence to bind her to the car of freesoilism, made a most desperate, though unsuccess ful effort to induce him to address the people of Memphis, on the occasion of his visit to that city, on the Kansas question. Of course, the men who evinced such an anx'ety to hear the traitor Stanton attempt the difacnlt feat of defending his treason to the land of his Urtb, were all, for the jxiuai I'an. opponeiiis 01 -ine present aoie and conservative administration, and as a necessary consequence, are friendly to the views of Stanton. If Stanton's impudence ever impels...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 July 1858

iffiALB TT71 ( ) POM. m c 1 I - t ' r rrp Xerms:Tw Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO j&G. W. BROWN & CO. - ' . : LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JULY 10, 1858 ; ! NUMBER 48 VOLUME 3. Hothicj is Lost BT JOHX CKITCHLET rXIKCI. 5othinjUlot : the drop of dew Whico trembles on the leaf or flower i bat exhaled, to fail anew In summer'! thunder showers; Perchance to shine within the bow That frooU the sun at fall of day;. ' Percbmice to tparkle ia the flow Of fountain lar away. JTcngbt if lost, for even the tiniest feed K wild birds borne, or breeses blowa. FindJ something suited to its need . Wherein 'tis sown and grown; Ferebanee find sustenance and soil la smne remote and desert place, Or 'mid the crowded homes of toil ssheds nsef nines s and grace. Tbeli'tle drift of common dust, Bi the March wind disturbed and tossed, Taoneh scattered by the fitful gust, li tkangtd but never lot; tiet may bear some sturdy stem. Sum proud I ak battlis with the blast; Or crown with yerdurous dia...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 July 1858

i I GEO. W, BUOVFX, Editor. XAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MOilMXG, JULY 10t ICbS. TEttM 1.09 PEB A ICS CM. 131 ADVAHCE II ere elatl tie Pre the rep! rtzht Maintain l?ae?4 hj pmrtTt " bribed by rala, Pledffed bat ( Tratk, t Mbrrtr aad Lav. Paver aware aa.4 Fear shall ve. The Celebration of the Fourth of Jd.1t. Our city was the scene of a real old fashioned Fourth of July celebraiion on the 3d inst The Good Templars, by celebrating the 3d, appear to have acted onon the principle that it would he better to make the Sabbath a day of rest rather than preparation for the celebration. The two Lodges united in the preliminaries, and altogether they did credit to them selves by the demonstration they made. - Early in the morning the various Com mittee were active in their separate de partments, and soon the grounds assumed the cool inviting picnic appearance. The place selected was directly opposite the city, a few steps from the ferry landing in the Delaware Indian Reservation. The Committee o...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 July 1858

LAWRENCE. K. T. Sjtarday Mrnlngt Jnly 10. 18.53. Liberty- of the Press. If by the liberty of the press we understand .erely the liberty of discussing the propriety of ublie measure and political opinions, let ns kve u much of it ss yon please ; but if Uinta Uu liberty ofafronting, calumniating and defam igo another. I, for my part, own myself will . to pyj T ith my share of it whenever our letislstors shall plese to titer the law ; and hall cheerfully consent to exchange my liberty 0f abusing others for the privilege of not being ,bnsed myself.-""- Freedom of Speech, Jis a nation Las just completed the fes tivities commemorative of its freedom, obtained by struggle and perseTerence paralleled, we are . reminded of the rinsl risht of individual freedom of thought and speech. Kansas is peopled U brave men and women who left the homes endeared to them by the sacred associations of childhood, the hearthstones around which have circled 44 The Old Folks at Home," the social ties and bonds...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 10 July 1858

L Car Wbols Cooatrr. Who woa'd ssrer freedom shrine? Wno would dew tae iridioo iiaeT Tb.-ug by br.u one spot it miae, . Dear u ali tbe rest : . . Dear te ma the South' fair land. D?er taseeatral mom tain baad. . Dear Xcs bnUnd' rrky strand. Dear tlie p.-airied West. By onr alter, wore and free; I'; ear law-' doep rooted utr; By the pact's dread memory; By oar WjJtlgton; By our eommoB parent tongue; ht oar hope:, bright, baojaal, roans; By the tie cf cautry mt.es, We will Lli ba one. Fathers! bare re bled in rain? . A gal ma-t e drop again? Aiak-r ! ehall we rasuly staia . Blessings gent b thee? - reeet re nr anient vow, Wbife before thy ibrine we bow, Erer to maintain as now, UxiOS LtB K BTT. Xljc jf-e.irid of EcSo). LAWRENCE, K. T. Saturday Morels;. July 10. 1858. Unnecessary Anxiety. The Anti-slavey Standard, in along le.vler, headed "The Long Pending Fight for Freedom,' says in the t conrae of its article : "The question i, what will the people of Karma do in this distress ? Will...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 17 July 1858

nun jerRls: Ttro Dollars Per Annum In Advance. TaCTfl CRUSHED TO EATii SHALL EESE AGAIN." A Farailj IVeiTspaperr-Indepcndcnt en AH Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JULY 17, 1858. NUMBER 49-VOLUME 3. BSllo- Jjje .ifetyld of BeSoh). LAWRENC E. K. T, Saturday Mornia?, July 17. 1858. RELCOM 3 TO MR. PARROTT. -His Eeceptloa at Lawrence. Information having been received in krrence that Hon. Mabccs J. Pabbott, oar worthy Delegate in Congress, would ,n:ve in our city on Saturday last, an informal meeting was held, and a com mittee was appointed to make suitable tTangements to receive him. About three o'clock in the afternoon oar fellow citizens, under the direction of J. G. Haskell, as Marshal, accompanied by the -Lawrence Cornet Bind, the re doubtable Stcbbs, a body of cavalry and i large cumber of persons on foot, re ceived him at the river. From this he was conducted up New Hampshire street to Henry, down Henry to Vermont, down Vermont to Berkley, and from the latter ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 17 July 1858

GEO. W. RIXOWT, rditer. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. ,' SATURDAY MOHNIXG,: JULY , 17, 1853:' TSRIH.-J.e PEp AJfXCJI. fit ADVANCE Il?rt H the Pr t a Pe1 right ntalalala Faaw'J fcjr paHr. aa abrlaa' fcy ffala, " P!e4c4 feat WTrata.ta Liberty and Law, K rvr m, tad M Frar .kali . Toleration. In considering the opinions, religious or. political, of those who differ from us, we should also remember that. we differ as widely from our opponents as they from us, and that they have the same .right to proscribe us for entertaining opinions at variance with them, as we r i- n. - i i r. nave 10 proMTiue mem iur emeriaiuiug opinions differing from ours. Go into any court of justice whera a mere matter of fact is- controverted, and we observe that the evidence has produced different effects. Rarely does a jury retire and perfect unanimity is found to exist be tween them as to the verdict. Some times days are required to bring about har mony between them, and they are often compelled to separate without agree...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 17 July 1858

UWRENCE. K. T. Sitnrday Slornisg. July 17, 1853. . Liberty of the Free. . , . If by the liberty of the press we understand m?relj the liberty of discussing the propriety of public measures and political opinions, let us tare as much of it as you please ; but ifit meant Hi liberty of affronting, ealmnniating and defalk ing one another, I, for my part, own myself will ing to part with my share of it whenever our lerUlators shall please to alter the law ; and (ba2f cheerfully consent to exchange my liberty cf abasing others for the privilege of not being tbJed myself. Hunan a Subject, For the last hour we Lave been hunting a subject to w rite about. Our exchanges are barren of interest. Kansas has ceased to be tie subject of lengthy leaders in metropolitan journals. The local press has little worthy of being transferred to our columns. There is but one feeling in Kansas against the Lecompton Swindle, consequently it is idle to rack one's brain daring this warm weather, for arguments to...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 17 July 1858

?1 f i: r ! i i -, - i si i . li : ;i B A Woman. - Oft Ihsreherdsg?nt!ainotaer. - At the twitiglit boor b?g.ia, Plcadirg with a prn.of daty. Urging bim to be a man. Cu, unto faer blne-ejed daughter, " Tboi;jrh with love' word quite as ready, - Points aac out this other duty. ; "Strive, iuy dear, to be a lady." , What's a lady? It is something Made of hoops, and silk, and aira. Used to decorate tlie parlor. V '.'ike the fancy rag and c hair ! It is tnenbir wastes on novels ,r vrry feelisg that u be man 1 If ns this to be a ladj. 'lis not tliij to be a woman. Mother, then unto your daughter. ??eijt of Kiiuetliiiig hi?;er, far. Thin to bt msn fa.,iin's laiy, Vonsao"u the brishter tai. " y. in your strong aifection, Lrge onr wo to be a trne man. Urge your daughter no les etronglr, . Toariseand be a w.jiuan. Yes w(imiii-brig'itost model Of tbat high and perfect beauty, " here the mind, and soul, and body. Blend to work out life' zrjt duty. Le a worn n. nought i higher On the gilded list ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 July 1858

1 Term :--Two Dollars Per AnimmIii Advance. "TEUTfl CRUSHED TO EASTH SHALL EISE AGAIN." A Family TVeiYspaper--Independent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JULY 24, 1858. NUMBER 50-VOLUME 3. rli. What I Lire For. B? C.LI5XKC3 BASKS. I lire for thoe who lore me. For those I know are true. For th? heaven that smiles above me. And awaits my spirit too ; For all hnman ties that bind me. Fur tho tak by God assigned me, For the bright hopes left behind me, And the good that 1 can do. 1 lire to learn their storr Who suffered fsr my fake. To emulate their glory, - And follow in their wake; Hards, martyrs, patriots, ease. The noble of all ages, Whose deeds erewd history's pages, .. And Time's great volume make. I lire to hail that season, by gifted men foretold. When men shall lire by reason, - And not alone by gold When man to man united. And every wrong thing righted. The whole world shall be lighted, As Eden was of eld. I live to hold communion With all that is d...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 July 1858

GEO. W. BUOVJf, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS.: SATURDAY MOKXLXG, JULY 2i, 1C53. 2.00 PER AST CM, IS A&VAJSCF II V1J thf Prr tfic Peo1 rlht malaUla tct4 hnt to Truth, Liberty e4 Lw, - -A' rr o, bI Fr.r hi.n I, ": ' . . EepTjr to Trader. - - " The following, from. last peek's Beptd licnn, 13 a gem of rare value, which we cannot pass over without transferring to our columns,-although we aro rot in the habit of taking so much notice of that hebdomidal : . '.' . . , Lawksxce, Ju)yJ2th, 185S. ; Editoes Befcblicas : The following item a; f pared in the last issue of the Herald rf Freedom : . ' ' Business continues excessively dull in Lnwrerire. ' Property, ia cot changing hand?, neither is there money among ua to bey property wit h.H ! Ir mar he that the editor of the Herald is ptstiEM in peldn of Lawrence in enrh W style as the above, on the ground of Vra ilify to - its improvement, bat cer tairly he has no right, from the facts, to ptblUh any items of that character. - No one will deny t...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 July 1858

fitt ed offfieSoty. LAWRENCE. K. T. 1853; " ' liberty of Press. Tf fc, the liberty of the press we understand . s. liberty discussing u prupncu vt -ares and political opinions, let us r!fu much of it a yott pjeasei bat tfUmean t'if ofafroutj, ealiaUng and defam Zfno&er. I, for my Prt own myself wiii ! part with my share of it whenever oar wiebetrfully consent to exchange my liberty "flaiiss others for the privilege of not being jvy This number closes the third trol 5 of the '&rW Ftetdom. Next week e gjjiii enter upon our'; fourth olome, w'th to ccw promkea, however, as to oar f-tare policy. Fifty numbers will consti Z.e s Tolome, without regard to the jgth of time we may be in getting it est, and two dollirs in advance will se cure them; or clubs of teD, accompanied in fxnj instance, with the cash, wilf be fur iiited for $15.00. .' Jhe volume just closed has been an eventful one, but we have no disposl tion, this hot weather, to review the ground t have traveled-over. If it ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 24 July 1858

i ) 1 N- v i - 9oefM The .Press. BY V. H. LCCSENBACH. No chains can bind, nor prison bar. or priest era! t secretly destroy. The Pre ; wae power sets thrones ajar. . '. And play with empires as a tor. ; , y God bless the Press 'and let it grow ' " ' " " ' Like some far-spreading blooming tree L , Till ali th- world ba!l brightly glow -" -Beneath the sun of Liberty. Frts Presses malt free men, where'er " -Cursed haughtiness ia royal veias leeeois enough to Bote the tear , T he patriot sheds, and his deep pains. Gd eurse the hand that ruthl-3 dare To barm the object we caress ! -' clot oat the mind to the idiot' stare, ; That thinks one thought 'gainst a Free Press! Let there b light !" said He who made One world to hght cp all the rest. Earth heard the word and then obeyed, Herself in glorious brightness dressed, ' So from the Press. Let there be light," Let earth's dark corners feel its rays, . Till despots tremble at the sight, f And soriak Leforo the awf al blaze! Hail, gloriouj d...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 31 July 1858

Ternis:--Ttvo Dollars Per Annum -In Advance. A Family iVeirspaper Independent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, JULY 31, 1858: NUMBER 1 VOLUME 4. Bear On. BT X. X. EDXOXD. Jmr on ! What though life's tide maj be A cnrrent trong, opposing the. And th-u hal bat a pleader sail T. .-pread before n adverse gale ; When trial Ush the wares to foam, A nd thou art far from friend i and home. Yield not thy .pirit o despair, Hut manful!; the'billowuare; High o'erthe water?, wild and cold. Fix thon the steadfast ee and bold Bear on, bear bravely on 1 Beamn! The world may jeer and f-eoff, AndcWen frieodi may cast thee off; Stay not to weep the brittle chain. One t'nnv wnd ccald break ia twain. -If thon hast f-and that heart untrue, Which was tb hope, thy idol too, Siuk B"l in Borrow 'a depths profound; le--pair will never heal the wound, (fire to the past no vain regret. The future lies before thee yet, bear on, bear bravely on 1 Keiron! Host thy repining eye e worthles...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 31 July 1858

GEO. W. OSOTTft Editor. LAWRENCE KANSAS. 8ATURDAY MORXIXG. JULY SI, IC&3. Rr hU t Ppcm the Ps1-rifct Mltl Caaw'S fcy party. J fcrlV.i ky arala. PteSceS bat U Trails U liberty mm Law. Ha PTr way a, and m F.ar .ball . - - - fljoin4er. Those who , criticise our remarks so severely in - regard to the 'dullnessof the timet in Lnwrer.cey imd throughout the Territory, are cot patrons of the Herald of Freedom, and their strictures are evidently designed, not so much ito advance the prosperity of the place as in the hopes of irjuricg the prosperity of the paper. "We are happy to. inform all suchthat they are counting without their hosts,' The charge that our remarks, though probably not designed, as some have had the charity to suggest, to injure the busi ness of the place, yet has and will con tinue to have that effect, is without a sbadow'of truth. The impression has prevailed with many, for months, in the country, that Lawrence was abundantly supplied 'with money, and our business men...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 31 July 1858

WBENC E, K. T. Satardaj Morning Jalj 31, 1858. bertr ef the Press. 'f by the liberty of the press we understand the Hbrt of feiB tbe propriety of "bile ffl-area sal political opinions, let U4 r,re a Bttcb of 11 ya PlesHe: oot BM1MU iary 0fafrmtiAg, calumniating and d'fam- an yd. I. for my part, own myself will- w prt w 011 ehare of whenever our fetors please o lte the 1 : nd efceerfa51 Consent to exchange my liberty riwiaj others for the privilege of not being Jule Suite suggests that Lane -'nottlJ not er bi as a candidate for ths Legislatore this fill, bat apply to the president direct for a federal appointment. Tie General has killed a Free State man. gica service, i the past, has re warded fori with an cS.ce ia the Navy, Emory with a place in the Land Office, and Clark rji with that of Postmaster. Whitfield jai Woolioa got their reward with fat eSces. When Jones applied for the place :!ed by Gen. Emsdle, he was undoubt ed asked how he had served the party, frcea he informed them,...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 31 July 1858

- V . Let it Come. BT W. WILWOOD. Let it come snd b not fearful What another day may bring; For taeherthial wars cheerful . Feels not ball i f eoT't w "a sting. GrieOdark re:gj i always sterner WLen be find an easier prey, -Than wl ea he finds some smiling mourner, Hi disposed to brock bis sway. Let it eome. nor idly murmur At the niany ilioflfe; As it trials tb;eken, firmer Gird jour armor fur the strife. - In the tide of time before you, ' Gd and i!l ftr all are held ; "But tbe g wd wilt not puru yoa. Till by earnest force compelled. Let ft come, and be not fearful - Wbai the fl g.it of time m;v brirg; ' Visions bright aod spectre fearful Are behitid bi shading witigs; And to ail. as pa.t be flirt h, Their allotted part he b ra's But hi burden Ig'alcstlieth ()a the beart that ne'er despairs. t Let it eome, nor be offended Should your sky be overcast, And its light again be blended With thesbadow of tbepast Still with hopes of brig?iter morrow Cheer your faintingspirit some, .And e...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 7 August 1858

Xerms:--Tito Dollars Per Annum--In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RUSK AGAIN." A Family JVcwspaperIndependent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, AUGUST 7, 1858. NUMBER 2.VOLUME 4. oefHj. The People's Advent. BT tiEBALD MAS3IY. fra comics up the steep of Time, A 6,1 this old world is growing brighter, tr my not see iu dawn sublime. Yet high b"pe make the heart throb lighter. We mil M sleeping 'neath the ground When it awakes the world in wonder, nat we have felt it gathering round. And heard its voice of living thunder: TUcomins ! jes, 'tia coming ! Tia comiog now, the glorious time Foretold oy seer?, and sang in story, ' For which, when thinking was a crime, Stjuls leaped to heaven from seafifoids gorj ! Thej paused, nor saw the work they wrought. Nor the crown'd hopes of centuries blossom, . Bat the live lightning of their thought. And daring deeds doth pulse earth's bosom; lis coming I y 'tis coming ! Creed. Systems, Empires rot with age. Bat the g...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 7 August 1858

GEO. IV. DCOWN, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. ; SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 7,1358. TCIZtf..e.00 FEB ANXC31, IS ADTA5CE JterecWI the PrMthe IcpIer1xbtaauIatalB UmwM by party, aad BBbrlbei fcj sraJa, Pledged bat to Truth, t Liberty sad Law, 5 Trr ; n. cud Fear hU awe. Got. Robisccn and O uracil. It is well known that while confined a prisoner Jor treason, with Gov. Roeixsox and others, in the summer of 185G, per sonal difficulties urose between that gen tleman and ourself, which alienated us for the time being. . IIU resignation of the office of Governor, under the Topeka Con stitution, and his subsequent withdrawal of his letter of resignation, gave U3 an op portunity to . use a little "pleasantry" at his expense. This being communicated to him, with other exaggerations, by a class of individuals who were pecuniarily interested in reducing the circulation of our paper, at a time when he was about addressing thepc-ople of Lawrence on po litical topics, and he being particularly sen sitive, as...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 7 August 1858

11 'A J f .3 VREXCE. It T: SatsriU HoralBjr, 1858. Iib,rty of the Frew, t. fh liberty of tie press i nnderstand 1 Uie liberty of discussing the propriety of Vve me" B(J P01'1 opinions. let os V.re u much of it as you please ; bat if U mm jvAI.f'rmy prt,own myself ill- ... i ' r it v . rrtTt Wlta my v , vurs shall please to alter the Itw ; and 'ifleheerfullj eonseat to exchange my liberty fbm;a- others fr the privilege of not being Very Important. Novel as the idea may be to oar read jrjj disastrously as it may effect the cterests of the Territory, it is nererthelesi ipyt. fat ra provision of the Legis- htre fr secession of the la w-making ..jer. The Council holds over for anothar rear, lQt e k,w,?r house is elected for a j.;rV,e vear, and eo law was enacted a the or fonner session of the LeIiture, providing for another election. We are in a state of chaos, so far a3 futurt volition is concerned. Those who are disposed to controvert our statement iu th:i particular, will open to the ...

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