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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 November 1846

WW'' -TgrW' ""ar?i' p awwpwgiig5 Lamm. -'- iacat- "H! ' - : t rrr-" - ; WBltt'T HE EF "ST' A NBA B D 0 n.- - "am ig1 CHA'Si?DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNUR BRAVE THE BREEZE-THK STANDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. PUBLISHED SIMULTANEOUSLY AT CLAKKSVILLE RED RI VER COUNTY AND BONHAM FANNIN COUNTY TEXAS. NO 29 t i PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY SINGLE COMES ONE DIME. TERMS: The.NoxTm.ttN Standard i published every SaliirdiY onon a lane siie imperial sard. Ii will be famished to subscribers atS4 peran- duo in advance or fire dollar at the end of me Tolame.ir paid in cash; in irauc ui n it will be five dollars in advance cr six duHars at tit clftrcoflbetduici. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar per squire for lie first lasertion.aud CCy cenU for each subsequent insertiob ir paid in advance. I one week is allowed to elapse without pajraentjiit- i percent win oc aaaco w wo ""m - ia months two dollars per square will be required. Ten lines or under will ue eoiicercuoic. One lin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 November 1846

JB& t i I 'NMBnf -.. . suau givajpiace 4 'comraunicalionsupon cnnetv . Jnltndmedd with it further onrself. un- The Northern Standard. OLARKSV'ILLE AND BONHAM. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 7. 1346 53 .We (are auth"nrea le announce Laves gojVMiK.as a Oaodiaate for Colonel of the lit tCSjBeaJ2ad Brigade. ljl Diviaten Texas Mi- Jl3- CT Ws are authorized to announce Cjiaiu-gs C. WtsxBOBX as a candidate for Colonel ef 1st lUpeitnf Si Bvlgaie lat nhtMon Texas MHWs to sllaternperatelffivnticn ipon cttherttde: baljdo.net So par- lets drawn Into it. by the remarks ofthi ties. To convince "A Ton Commissioner" that we did not "design" on attack" ppon the Commissioner! we inform him that e Jofi6TH8wknor'"who'the-'Gommisionflrs4 are with two exceptions ; he being one and he having been regarded by u for a long time as c personal friend. - lssEsoas Burks. For sale at shtt oftcc UlanC ibrmsfor the assessment til saxes .as pto- .errped by the Comptroller. Is'csuly (scented as sBferfftroaper. S3- Tfae-Swnd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 November 1846

fprcfflfblltoVolunWBr stirred from bis rude Cflufih- TlwColoqel and his dragoons worcsoon under tray with empty stomachs nnd-sleeplcss eyelids no doubt. As they pasted tkingrivreeoukl hear the well known voice. f the Colonel indulging in the most hartj .curj njjainst the volunteers and threaten- ing vengeance on them in future. After a while our camp fires were lighted up aronk- Jasrcooked and eat and then a Lot pursui' .commenced after our fugitive Colenel. The .day -vva's excessively warm. Good God! It wasnope ofyour glancing side way husinesfi hut the rays of a verticil sun came straight xJsyp "without ear Javor or alTtiction" after the fashion of the -.Carolina candidate: "flat Jboied. and independent neither for nor a- gsjnst the mill dam." It traj painfully a- tnvsing to see the skin pealing off fallows noses lite a rattle snake shedding m summer r.nd to see the eyebrows of others burning Jike- -prairie in August until what was left rrsembjtd viry-raueh a stuhb'e field afifr.u...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 November 1846

W -?.A-y- s F OSR Y THE$!jtfBERMEN -sri. o whittizju- Coraraics! round oar woodland quarter Sad loiccd Autumn grieves; Thickly' down Uiest awelSng waxe.-a Float )$i fallen leaves. ' . Through the tall and naked timber CoIosiQ-Uke acd eld Gleam the sunsets ofNovember AWih their skits of gold. .O'er us to the south-land heading Screams the gray mild gooie; On the night-frost sound the treading Of the stately moose; Fast the sueams wish ice are closing. Colde r grows the sky Soon on UVe and riier frozen MaH our leg-piles He. " v hea.'wrtb sounds of smothered thunder. On some night of rain Like and titer break asunder Winter's weakened chain Down the wild March-flood shall bear then To the saw miU wheel OrwhereSteamibeslavcshall tear them YHh-hbUeth or steel. ; Be it starlight be it moonlight In these yales below When ;he earliest beams of sunlight Streak' the mountain's snow Ciisps the hoar-frost keen ami early To our hurrying feet And lbs loreit echoes clearly AH or Hows Tepeat. Where...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 November 1846

if.tr R'-T":irsi".ift if . "c fc?FW&3DTE MOUSE1 LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE TUK BREEZE THK STANDARD OF THE FREE. ' " WJ9 ' EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. "VOL; 4. PUBLISHED SIMULTANEOUSLY AT CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY. AND B OK II AM FANNIN COUNTY TEXAS. NQ30 AKUT j f?i-r ft" sfNGl'E COPIES ONE DIME. TERMS: ThoiNoMBERtf Staxiued u published every Saturday upon a large sue impend sbtrt. it ntL f..ruhri n subscribers asi S per an num in advance or fire dollar at the cod of the volumcjf paid in cash; in xraue vr "". it will be tve dollar in advance or six dollar at Advertisements uilt be Inserted at .one dollar persquirclbr the first iMeriion.aiia miy ceau w ch subsequent insertion if paid in adrance. I ne wtei ie allowed to elapse without payinentJR- tr percent will ba added to the charge and ifiex. ...nonii.c t..o njrTvrioaarc will be required. Ten line or ncSer will be conridered a .uare. Unsllae oter a squaiewuiut v .. oreriiremy lines ihree c Teirly adVenUemenis not exceeding ten li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 November 1846

-'sr$tis. r ? -t-jfc.. . . j f.v.x..;:e. .W.Xi3WI''yA1'4Vi j- vcvv.v.vi.TrrjM'?.v:Mr- . a. .tlA'Pjtf' rVvnnfMinviff U -nfr lnnnnham j'5l TotesOTerejgtven alllor' ICsufman. l ucnaiB noiuenru iiom any uiuci jjiatn -s- Potato Caro Epperson Esq ol Bowie brought us up a large red Posato weighing four pounds and three quarters. Good size. but -not quite large enough. 'The Northern Standard. OLARKSVILLE AND BONHAM. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 14 IS40- 33P.W$ jtfe authorized to announce Lovel CoxrMIsasi Cau&ilalc for Colonel of lie Hi Uetfe 2J Brigade lit Dhristen Texas Ml- aT5"V7;E art autt Wired to annouBCc Chambs p. WeU-BOeN- asczbSiale for Ctftesctof let Rflacat aiiJlfjsie 1st DliUfcia Texas .Mania ' MaJ. r'. J. Pii.tj.xa is osr representative at A Biuvdird ernes In Bonham. Aar ceaanuiriieatloiH or aarerthemeiihi desigsed locxhe paper aBIefk trHh. hi w wtU receive auen- Woat. Good green wood at oae dollar 'per la J -wftl be received -at this See in payment of! tiihscriftteej. JC3" Our reader...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 November 1846

I 1 1 to SantaJlAnoa's govern nienti and expresses' a desire to help the Mexicans to "vengeance against the insolent conquerors of the New TVorld who have usurped the immense ter- ritory of Texas" A Jalaps paper speaking of the proposi- tion recently made by our Government to that of Mexico hopes that the reply of Con gress will be to the following effect. "smca me uaoinet 01 wasntngton has confessed through its Minister Shannon.that for twenty two ye&ra it had labored for lha jndepenpence of Texas Mexico will not make peace with the United Statea until due reparation shall have been made by the lat- ter for that injury and all its consequences." Tho writer astutely adds : "But to enable Mexico to use such Ian -guage it is necessary that she should gain jobic victor its and thai the commerce of the United States should be harrassed by our pri- vateers in every sea" etc A letter from San Fcrdandes addressed to CoL ParroJis gives a sad accent of some or our soldiery. It says: iEhe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 November 1846

wiur $ B. Y. HOPE. ST CHAEX.ES. 3WAIM. A golden cage of sunbeams Halfaa'trn n rainbow' huhg;;' Aud;rnreettb.ercln ageldcnvbird..&. The imaged shapes aroubl It grew Enehinlrd as they heard. It was iWfcri of Hopeimy-'lore It was Hope's gflldco blrdl ' - - l - '.'- Aad crerof to-morrow The sjren too; begad! Ab what on earth's to rsoical As lore and hope to man J lliftenfdlh!ckintitl of thee A4 oribv prosiised worda It wae"Mrt'of Hope sweet love -It wtsjl6pts -golden birds TboDghcrs should be e cottage home. From pride sad .pomp apart; The truesVweaKb. Tor bappiBesa is Mill a faithful heart. And"lhas3t snog "'unloving wealth Weu!doerer be pefereU' It waS-the Mrd of Hope aweet love- It waVJHope's geMen w'1 iii i - rtTO .MY WIFE. iijuf BT TtEV. O- W. -aCTBBKE. Afar rwSfteel The raeralng Weeks Bat raotilfng- brJBgs nooy ae; Alas! rayVfrlrlt nU wakes To knowl-at ram far from thtes In dreams I saw thy blessed face And ftou wert n-alltd oniraj breast; la Jaw I f't luT vrina embrace Asa to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 November 1846

nt- pHpmMkaaHHtllRHiiMgWBaapaM .mM . . . J-2t)a5fc. .-.? a? ? iSr ' ( Ls. 0 5 CH'AS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNEK BRAYB THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP TUK FREE. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR." Mte YOL.4. PUBLISHED SIMULTANEOUSLY AT CLA R KS Y I LLE RED RIVER COUNTY. AND BONHAM FANNIN COUNTY TEXAS. No-Si ft it i PUBLISHEDVERY SATURDAY SNbllt CoVlES ONE DIME. TERMS? TheN0RTHEKN STiNQjiaD it FkJl5el eery -Saturday opon a large size imperial saeei. It will be'funiished 10 subscribers it SI per an num in advance or five dollars at the end of the rolame.ir paid in cash; jn Trade or r roaucs it willl five dollars in adtance.orsix dollars at the close of ibe volants. advertisements will be inserted at cn dollar per square for the first insertion and laiy cant for each subsequent insertion it pun in aavaace. i one week U allowed to elspse witliontpsymentiift- ty per cent will be added to the charge and after six months two dollars per square will be required. Ten lines or under ill be considered a squ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 November 1846

$-- m - . -- ' subscription; but be had now no-- .tends in the capital; and when be'espleiDca the p'an to bis German oephew that skilful trader in taste and genius shook his bead solemnly amTW.urcd blra that his only hope of-suc-cess lay in an immediate application to Mon- sieur AJarztt-C whose name at tho head ol the subscription list would best sufficient re- commendation to all (be savants in Pari?. 'Alatzeltj-?' said St Leon for the name bad reached him it many a far city as that ofri rising star in lbs new system of things jfes said Wesandorf Monsieur Mar- ze'te iho is known as far as the tricolour streams as the first of our living cmhors end the niest accomplished critic in France- Ho is now a member of the French Acade- rnyand will likely soon be a peer ol tbe empircj for the emperor though mow par tial to the genius of tha swoid than the pen it is said has expressed a high opinion of him and Madamo La Mere Cambneeres and all the people of influence are his friends; hot be i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 November 1846

J I fcistfinsltIiGlII5tzrtd ba! sliotfwmcb'ronspt'hlm down Th6 others 3ncceedcdto making their escape into tha tfhTckfi- The man shot was identified as JtoaPiAlht robbers who attaektd Capf Davis ffie'cominaiid then proceeded to Rancbo 35urc3t7o where weretheretwo Mexicans. One was the diber-of-one-of the robbeis who had been killed a few days previous to the figbi K5S5KE2S mree-cucic sand deer on tHhousandbillipn poeue Ian" J S3e) lvcr flyiog:in every direction before and around us bounding away over the in' terminable prairies -evidently much alarmed at this bold intrusion into their ancient and undisputed possession. A fine old Buck "through whose branches had whistled the winds of many wiMere.' notwithstanding bis experience and acaoaintanee with with Capt. Davis. This man voluntarily I the Comanche mode of warfare upon his -sstcdall'lhe circumstances of the attack en Gaptam Davis whose only offence was Uiat ortieing suspected or baaing twelva or fif- teen Jiundred dollars lie sl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 21 November 1846

" ET JAMES tfrEBcftit" ' r-i ij Nw the growiBj yearliHjver -.AratEe shepherds tfesUo- fiell Palnll&f oks it winter .TW" -Riogt-a low farewell: KdwM&e'btras cf Automo shiver. wlierVtsa'withat'd tterff-ltare ndirer O'erMhCtdatk. sod Uxj-Jivcr MrrHhe'rocsydell. ' 'NoWb thIkI is on the mountains -"jOBegin the rWnSUn; T$w4lio fiowars around the foUntalai a Perish ooe by one Not aVplre of grata U growing CDRIOOS3SfDA(r.ISTII(5SOFPA31S. It appears that thtfly-teo and a half per W cefiS of the children tern ia the capital of Franoo are Hlr gitiniate. The births in 1S44 were : RaXfW tpti (Ml Ijib were rlowisnr. wia-iKV; " niHa Welts blighted green ire showing WiSrtnantledun. genaSad jfowthetorrsnthreoVisstearin' - Ofatefiy down the furrow'd gltdc Swhsata winter peattos Sechajiiais made That tbeaaand ol cataracts faMiag Qfrr&pb scb so appalliog AsJtsliBirstand heavy brawling Inilbspine's bUck shade i OarUy Mns-th mst is hovering '-'RauadMhetUfred rock's bare height jjAU hebtrdnfls...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 November 1846

r TWWTTWD Mi CHAS. DE MORSE LONG SHALL OUR BANNER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OF THE FREE. -i- EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR-. .a . .. PUBLISHED SIMULTANZODSLY AT CLAHKSTILLE RED RIVER COUNTY AND BONHAM FANNIN COUNTY TEXAS. Mt U IfcUiBLlSHBD EVERY SATURDAY SINGIE COPIES OWE DIME. TERMS. "Tfie Nokthkrx Stasdabd U publi-bed every .Sainrdar npoa a large sise imperial sheet- Tit "will he forniOird loaabseribcrs at Si perD- anmVln' advance orfite dollars at the end of jaarplame.ir paid Id casH; tax raae or x-roaute il 'wW be five dollar iu advance or six dullara at tie c!6e of the-volume. Advertisements will be inserted at one dollar persquare for lherst insertion and city cents lor eacn subsequent insertion a paiain auturcc ne week ii allowed to elapse without payiaent.fift- y percent will be added to the tharse.and after. ix months two dollars per square will be required. Ten lines or under will be considered a square. OatvIh.e over a sqoare trill be considered two. ofertweniyUnes three &...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 November 1846

V r.n ninpt tf itrra commanders inTtheBUnited States. The adJitioBaLcamminderibrough offi:er oa the list. How then vcuull he interfere -with the others? Was It not likely batihecaptain broughtin by this bill would. b?-dtjalhsor. otherwise vacate fits offish be fore 'the Whole ninety seven co miiaud-rsi ' abuve?him "were promoted end In ibat case would not the-cbaaces oi promotion 10 ihos- beI6srhime increased and no diminished? But'there wen strong and valid reasons for the naml'ision of thess officer. Tbey were el acqnaintid with the coast ol M-xiro arid-during the ptesent relations of the Uut- led 'States aad that republic their set vice would be of th highest value and impor- isace. But he pi ced this bill on still hih- t grounds. In the joint resolution for the anaexailon ol Texas ibis arrangrmrnl was apcially provided for. The term 'nary' in- clhdrd of course the officers and urn. Tvxas so understood this clause in the terois of annexation sad alter the (Jntitd Stairs had : rec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 November 1846

I if ft V r s y bz&r.immontiixhem to appear thai they; might answer the charge! of tho Court to tfife people. This. w ranch approved of by.jKs Lawyct. -whooff-trdbis larTteei to s as an .Attorney declaring thet he could xltsmhe Commissioner from ail ensure 6a "these ame charge that he nev plaert in Mlics Before the world and ibal h could paint "thYsourt veiy black. I assured him ne badno need of bis aid ae we were fully ableOo stand in our own short and defend our own cause. At this hia nk j n elon. ca'rd :tome several inches and to cap the 1TiS3f of bit misfortune the Court rejected .him and toolr a stranger just come into the coiieaciicu ill 'onMjwyjea pis&tmm inn up couptyl -alnmy speech I made bonorabte mention o'Mhts gentleman under the appellation of an Vrapiy tfirrel that always fund the loudest and compared his speech to the Court to Mr. Adan's constructive journey ii which be travelled 3000 miles while he remained nummary. These no-s.cuiny bonds nere bidughrJW-aiUt ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 28 November 1846

5i r TTTJi' "TMI HBBI 1-ilLI JUJLJJjLjUBii..jfcjijxJ .UJML4'1 iisam "L J B . O JNAROLJOJ. "J J fns-Defea(apd3le.-HitSccoitd Return . to Ffqycs. A LEAT TKOM MIS LltE. CTJ. T UEASLEY EmrncDiI v worthy of bit geniur if not of .Yroce)Wa tboryholeof Napoleon's latter career i ncotsastroas larastao 01 itussta the mortolily that swept ofTlne forces on the Rbtne.fce fatal battle of Leipsic and other engagements where victory was gained by .ternfu losses had exhausted the resource f France. 'In this depressed state the civilized world wae'preparing its last united onset upon her. From the Bahic to the Bospboruj from Archangel to the Mediterranean Europe of Napoleon. NexttvearJ he stepped again upoajthe soil of France with a hsndfal oj followers. And what a noble confidence oj living in the heait of the nation and a proof that he did lift in their hearts was that land. ! ing from exile Whsl a refutation of the assertion that the cartes of the people bad followed his downfall I Ir was riot the...

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

u ?" TBI OTR THE TXNT5 A R D 0 a2J' I n " V Q.HAS. D MORSE LONG SHALL 0l7R BANNER BRA YE TUB BEESZE THESTANDAUD OP THE EKER. EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. 0:41 " "lti PUBLISHED SIMULTANEOUSLY AT CLAKKSVI'LLE RED RIVER C.OUNTY AND BONHAM FANNIN COUNTY TEXAS. 7033 tSfcd - PUBLISHED EYRY- SATURDAY SINtJLB COPIES' ONEDtttB. Ii Mil I I ' ' -JJSltMS. '""The NdkTBEaj! StaKbabd is published every Splints iiann hlftrv mica imaetfal Stoeet. It wiltbe furaifledioukexiberi a aK per - num. in advance. orae a""lr"L the volume. If mM in omhs mTsadee Brnduce n wjtibe fin ttotUri iu adTaacc or six iUUa at Tbe"CHe'ore wme AdvcnbetaeBts win be Inserted ateeeeonar ner sauarf for ibe fiminseruan.and.saf canu tr eachSBbSeieiit iaierliaii if paid in adraace. 1 nnn WmV iiitvxA im elewilhtt MUrtJMt tr pr etflt will be added M tae ckarre and after j ' Jfr inotaik tirt flonart per o ""nd- Ta lifies-or nadtc wh One line orer aoare wiUbe eenndfiird two orertweafHaeiiinree &c. . Vea.rljradTertiieiaea-n erceeitef to...

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

!$m?smi. J ri n ipp - The Northern Standard. CLARKSV1LLE AND BONHAM. SATORDAY DECEMBER 5. 1846. T We are authorized to aBseunce Lotex. CorrMA.ia& aGawBaate fir CeToaei of Use lit jtectaKs-aUSed Brigade lit 1)1 vislen Texa. Mi- litia . JWcare authorized to announce Chari.es C. "Waxaoa-v ai a catxMtle for Colonel of lit jlegiacBt 3d Brijaoe lit DltiiioB Texas Militia Maj. P J. PitiJUcsiiorrepr eautiveatla STASDIMD OFFICE ta BONHAM. Any comma akatletw or o"ert!iemeJUs designed for the paper and left with Ma vritl receive alien- lion Wow.-GeoJ green wood at one daHex per load wJM be receive! t aSee in payment of Jl3" The Editor being absent will c. count for the want of editorial matter as also for' 9 H imperfections appeitaininj there- to. And (he want of reading matter can be attributed to sickness anil the wandering dis- ponian of our boys two of them having left during the absence of the Editor. 'A werd tp lie wise is sufficient." lEf- Tc aie indebted to Messrs. R. Chat field &a...

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

DIED ! 9At4SavannsK". Red RivM county Texas No- vember 13th 181G in the oDth jear tif ber age tMrfc Rebecca Tiros widow of Col. Jamas Titus. Sbegwu-bafn in Davidson county. Tennessee Augul3J 17SS daughter r Col. IL Edmonton AiT-satd GfKinty and State. J Sba embraced ami profewd the "Christian re- MjIon'A !fewcays pterlo us lo her-deetb. No doubt fcheanew emjoys that vert that remains for -the j eo- 3JejofiGod tCiiAailhe -.dead cancel be Catiercd ike litlng fricndoaad acquaintances arc justifiable in ass er tingiithauthe-deceased was every thing that nroia-xHlityand-benevolcnte could mate liuraari nature. .And thoBjh the nevir taaile an open profession or.reliion.ilH injold age and en ber death bed 'rt.in'thc eleventh hr.ur she cane is and was saved. :.As a companion she was a miable; a a parent -jcindpa-ta neighbor hospitable. The poor always -shared largely of her hospitality and benevolence- May her bereaved children and friends follow her example and nicet her in the home of Jesa...

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

JL. ti.ktr Y. ""HS flfoNTEK V. Name hence forward clothed in gloiy Yon hate see a fieree flngr- AWell jo know Ike battle stor) Ytsjtjfcxja beard ike canaon's tow Seen the mood ia rivers pane 1VMk streets uU that da. AH. wis pcayTettu MoatareyC War Unit Skirl: m Sett rfw tft.Wrey! l IS x etimt 1 ail UreaVintj with a hideous nu Ca the nauoo'socter verge CaHaejrlte breed of star NxarndeBOWtMHl (fees Tasof dram 'tsinttaraaaa stab Nat a sesad sae her aad there OBnk caster I where saldeVr were kit Wlfci'ae tot oat Meortftjat eacnvfa IcAwH AH Weytiitac. tiH ska morning Of that fatal glorious rj Brake dob JOB with US warms j " Ysniiuisncu Mtm'terey Thau an deem i tsavoAaad Um- Ttasn tk nuns sham Dateet NurUssis aaf Ipa.caM Basnets streaming nnt Fatrwnd i ami n prctng wrath btresnted altsng lamr-Teken path; " CtalUtiBf huoUesme bub ami tncu Quack add firm the ttamp of bm ntcrniraviihc wm'er taw Oashes downward u da plain; -tselaeaackopefuturieliaad rtgiu. Bckaea Uuur taoaaen aroa ua day. Man...

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