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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 2 October 1847

-1L JJ1L irLd iiVvMVillilxl ihmio - r: "prove all things; hoVaVt ttKH is good." . , 4 4 . J . VOLU3IE I. THE EXAMINER; uti Weekly, oa J "' oor M to ttx rc Office. TKKH1. Tee Du. P 'v. Tnata 0,ii. If Py "J. ,h" ",0",h paul seymour. " communications: fr tie xaaMnr. M Enrrot have just read an ar In the Kiaininer, headed -The Town, .!, noorer boys in it You there show liuhting effects or slavery . .u .c upon the poor, DUl OUCH WUIUIV IIICll VI You relate some facta, ns you our -Ma-' i ... .... .11 niHV -learn to treat evetv human be'm kindly labour for die ioor and humble and by o.rt.ig tfeta on, y.f,:n frfm v, tnaA 5oeify irAaf M l 1... .1. it, l.i ur. . no mere lu-ru.u. "j , or iistifjh .,:,l.n shout ain -tractions t is ' .....tati.ui of actt too true : but II1C .-" " , , ... V..i. their importance tleuiinus, nm . Hdo'ne that bv the conuiiual presentation .c L.X, A.,- the wonle of our .Mate mav k- Kr.,rht to see tle evils of slavery, and ac-t promirtl and unitedly for the removal f nu...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 2 October 1847

TDD EXAMINER. 1. C. ACOnA. Bmmu F. COCBT, AHrTiKT Esrroa. LOUISVILLE:: :OCT. 2, 1817 Tbo render will find aereral communication, aa tha rat DM. from Kan tack T writers. Each a e ' ef coarse apeak for himself. We want oor writer to feel that they can differ, and then to argue apoB their difference like christian men. In this way, we shall jet at the truth. We ehall bare occasion by and by to refer to the subject matter of aereral of theea respected correspon dents. aaiwisi e' State losses by Slavery, acoordiag to the cel- calattens wo bare made, (that to, applying the Ohio law of increase to Kentucky,) may be summed up thus: Under slarenr. With freedom Loss of oooulation. '2.665,611 f political power, 10 rep-to con. 30 Rep! In an'al income. - la value ef land. l3r183,6H) 256,147,200 Now. let any man atk himself, if this be not too coetly n system? Let those eipecially who ay, "doa't argee the qaestlon morally, but proro that It won't pay," answer, whether it should be maintained atao...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 2 October 1847

v. hare not much to sV nreeent wherewith to In P I" ;..urU monocrotic outbreak t nave - f citi2eM died very O'8"0 j'r-nSnce. it i. upposed. of saddeui. . " .1 hatd. Their L. IWr. well know. . .. Lecturer, .-aniuei mm k..., , . fiiey were all lespecta- Thorn- Younr tftd.tte iTu-T the accidental disch.rs of bia rUB WOU "- W 7tUo chief attraction at present in our ..erLmbr IW. picture of the Court e,t w , T..irh. it wi!l I iu your city in I vetlu r. r.. rrfk. it may be proper for tbt course " " " ... ne to write ...,i .,.. .,, of our old r i.ts. With but few defect, he "eri equal to tho-e of any o, nv other. His art is- ice t Picture f" " 7 " 7 TUeuc. being conceived .-"ce to ,ru , . " I . -ell a. tht beautiful. I i. C ll.e SH0 BS ell ' ., -i...- I, .a ulwais an elevatintr i"ie br"' UI ; t. V ..." L-L-cv It tends " ou' h,rt fronl ,he CSuU of sense. MJt. rn.ki. him re u Ijuutiy in but ew. !. the- to en f" tWisioB of loveliness which so much en ZZi bi'u I'v this" means it rooU out many V...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 2 October 1847

AttY EXAMINER. Frost Franer' at staitiae. ItfmJ er U Might rtowm Sacred to me, ye precioui flowers, - Sacred ye arc! For ft have bloomed i that homo of tin, That heme afar; Whan ia tha fraahnaaa of childhood hours Wa used ta dwell; To have bees plucked from thoaa leafy beware Wa loved ao well; Ana! jro bring back the mem'riaa of other time Like the music of old-remembered chime. Memeriea ve bring of bright day departed When, children, we, foil of gay hope and unimer-hearted, Deemed life to be A world, wherein no wish was thwarted. How falaethe thourht. The pang 'neath which we eiaee bare amartad 1 oa soon have taught; For each year hath a wept by with aa autunia blast. Bearing fallen hope ta tha buried peel. Other bow dwell ia that cherished place; Strange footsteps tread The oe.f-sejne paths, where, ia aportif cbaM So oft we've aped; Yot of oar presence remains no trace, e stogie one; The flower leugh oa ia their gleaming grace, Though we are gone; And bo memory burden the joyous w...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 9 October 1847

; THE EMilBi PROVE ALL THINGS: HOLD FAS THAT Wmrii u'r.AAn " V0LU3IE I. TI1K KXA.MINEIt: , Jefferson St.. tiet door but en I KB.1. P.U'L SKVMOUK, riiim'' , M ie vrdimt- r m 7. la ihe ll -" u' t,ltl'"aiweuf iv i-l in ihc National Intel licenser on kiiihof t!ie ju-.'m I"?". U,,'re uie 8ev I i u Liiii. belore tney become rrai nil"-- -- - -. t r ! " siidiild coi reeled, lueae -Ucu . , - , funi s I llWicJl.u- m-i ui. .viicviiuu ui ilie of ihrtii. , . .i ... ;.-j ,.t" AiJK'h. 1 u coinmit- Ve.Wii Iarva,t ami Mr, P. ' ,r in,.J. Island, submiticd tii Howtt-'" "-' p.wiiuwii-l :hf Western territory: C .1... I . . , ii f wu;jiorarv joveruiuein u w.kjih Territory lwaSrw',tJ ,," fjlloi"Z resolu- " tfrwivi. Tli a t"-' territory cedeil or to be re.'ed 1V inivi.iul Mate to the I'nited States, alienwvertiie u:ii- shall have been iurcliaed of the lieii" inhabitant and offered fur aide by tue I nil.'. Nat'. " f"ri"'d iuto addition al Stal-. l'oaiiiii in liie follo iiij mauuer, aa jrv mi; Ii c-ion will ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 9 October 1847

tWZJVt X A M I K E R . j. c. vm gii . ri:To. F. C'OKUY, AfciTiKT I.oitor. LOUISVILLE.:: OCT. M, mi. Ts MaWribrra. Wo eaiueai'y request those of our friends who miy not have remitted their subscriptions to do so at once. The turn is a small one; yet it U very im portant to cur kuccev. Oar eipenses, necessa rily, are heavy; end as we n-eet them promptly, art hope subsentxrrs will meet their obligations at promptly. ce terms on first page. A I'ilhr Tr&l. Jaige Urn swoon ia Lis address at Frauk firt, January lilh, lwlo, said: 'Communities tint have no slaves, surpass those which have, ia almost every thing which re&afi iili con-foruMe." Why shou'. J we sacrifice our grow th, aud ne cessarily or happiuet-s, for slavery T Why for thia, siiow other States to surpass us ia what mskes lifecomforia'ole? This remark of Judge Underwood, uie.-its further an J fuller notice, and we hiK give it lit-rraf.tr. Meantime let our tea-ocrs n ll.t-t upou it, aud say w hclber it be not literally tr...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 9 October 1847

far the Kxmi-intr. ileal"--''"' 4 TL u-.0u the Colonial., of our black P'T-n""-u the .round that ... . labor. No one rui--- i t..i-r lL.au ' - . II eii-t'-" wi 1 . . .1 .. .1 s lielier i -p-i. uJ what im ..:t. II " . I '.or. 1 ' I'-tu -aiit, lual ihe ... I..- lr.-e i-'u .... - i. I..- ui-fJ"" . .. .. I .i.or.-rs IT l"" ""'- 3 .i.vf. i" .' ' .. ,t. ni.-nt it inu.de lllat twins''' vi,-r '"".ae It. 'J'!." f- .1 .t.lllCllI H IHlUl- Mr look for n ex e Slrtes fliow that it, tin. best ,1 . th.: piof r- C t,v I I;..-" a a: " ,taii li'-'l" .1 lahorer. - - with ., ..... . i.- i W.M"' laiOirrs uir: .or- . ii.nl i.r k-ua I!. ' " I'.ell I'-' Z I - ,! I Ik !'. it:.-U r- ill i ' i": 11 I. Vl ! t.v.r 1. 1 , BbZ l'" .r- ll- aai b-: rr-' L.irf---' ";" -to f.-ee !....''; - .... V miiT h'r Jb llx .-- : . rr f.i l-.K-s tr i i" y I.e.- k-.. I'liJ 1 ,ri !'-' u l:' el,,-;: r J : f Ui-.r c. ' ft ,:: -;' ill I-' ,ui -"' " :s. t: - - IIU lion 4 : i-v. tl:r . I r! lor v. Iiil iii iiriU'lry, attii poll- v . .ig...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 9 October 1847

UTERAUY EXAMINER. Tfc Tiller the Mall. . cv ivin I- KOATii. A hfcrJy, suuburut maa it lie, A hi'rdy, iulurnt man; No etur.lier wan you'll ever eee, Thoug u alt the "world you ecan. la summer' heat, in aviator's cold. You'll find hiuiat tie toil Oi, fir above the kaighta of old. Is lite Tiller of ll.e .oil! No vteiclit) bars iuxrc hisuoor. No oili-li iii dug aroui.d; Hi walls no cannon tritie o'er. No dead lie n hi grouud. peaceful laborer in he, lu&un ia rlartu'e turmoil i'rou many crushing aorrow, free. Is llieTilicr cf the Soil! Ilia tract are seen ou every aide. Hi baruaaie illlod with grain; Though others bail not fortune's tide, II labor not in vaiu. The land give up it rich iucrvaae. The sweet reward of toil ; And blet will happiness and peace, la the Tiller of the Soil! He trudge out at break of day, Aad lake hi way along; And as he turna the yielding clay. II eing a joyful eong. He is no dull nnhnppy wight. Bound in mifrt use's coil; The amile i bright, the heart ia ligh...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 16 October 1847

'4 "PBOVE ALL THINGS; HOLD VAST THAT WHICH IS. GOOD." r. VOLUME! THE EXAMINER; a klv U . door b" " 19 in . r u v a. in tulranr', or T Ts PoLt r . . 1 .u itliia three uiontb if av- PAUL SEYMOUR. ... . ...-w.iinsnce ' W P""" - .i.LlhearticWrom th National litelligen. en City- fmr !, ;fiit sf h iVrriisT '"T XZL mmbUJ, That the said territory, for th. jof leu..or.ry government be one d,s iIub,ect, bo.wt.la be divided into two Wu. m future circumstances rosy, .a the . . . i make it expedient, jTu rM' rityoretaid rffS t. - be-te. . .i . -.hil.ir.-n mil or onmiHan a - rnl cl.Ua or grand-child to l.k share their dased i" lake the parte .k,- and a Here mm "" " -"- . . -U.il I.- u :l am It doceauaiiU. th. q-l Pr at of kin, f TJ " .T?? Co1" laterals, the cbddren oi ' lurr of the ii.iiaw .hall have in equal paru " ne them their deceased parent e share; and THr M.U. IAZ M DISTINONOM BE- TEA klf OF TKB HOLE A!0 MAI BLOOO; Lv.ar in ttf lh idomr of lh ,n,uu Zr tiiirJ part of the real etate for life...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 16 October 1847

THE EXAMINER. J. C. VAFCHAN. Earroa. F. COBBY, Awntu Cntm. LOUISVILLE: :OCT. 1C, 184; MImin sr. Hm very able history af the Ordinance In last week Examiner, ought to bar been credited te the National Intelligencer. The anther of it ia Peter Force, Esq. Our young men, espe cially our young professional friend, should snake themselves thoroughly familiar Willi this, and kindred subject. It ha long been moot point whether Thomas Jcrrcasos wa not really entitled to the credit of thi important ordinance. Not that Mr. Dan did not write it, and offer it, and propose its immediate adoption! Thi is ad mittrd. But that long before thi was done, the idea the spirit which gave succea to the pro position waa started by Thoma Jefferson embodied by him and so directed, through his efforts, that it became the law of the land. HThis would be a good subject for the moot co art of the Law School, in the rooms of the Lyceum. If a Southern man be malty entitled te thi credit, he should hare it Pay tall ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 16 October 1847

. . i and IS of the formlty over ih. ..:.i.nri and til. - T :nlbt th. t-rt praCtlC. J neac. of Switzerland .nd "d nartictilariy In wiw w , ..... reence particularly seeied a nn" ,i r t ii.n Directory: f the cantou i yBu.:hit. Schwy.z. Fri- Ifflft - fr0m rilort, iml-ion U fure cf Je,,,it1' lnU lived. goes on her i si rill be percei wiuerl lanu, , . ,, .1 ,. . ?;. . with her pro,.o.ed ,Bdri.J r i.-iri. . ilh her talk of X" " V. b.v. our men and our 7 T.u"-....- - both! TT.too. .be .orler By js 1Mb v-,"- - ' . . h. a controlling or under it, Rjesi. iuflueuee there. r-prutic. for whatever "ft. Ki,, CnuDt. Vrt thepeoj.lel.ko not i a u. inters, regard. .11 .A" hy viUnjMU Greece? Turkey UJk. cf )w coercive .meere. .gainst Greece, le. th.Five Tower.. a ia duty bound. nlntio. Yet Hi. complain, that the Usui. d.owfrl. t.rees. reoe...- ..rv ha. the treaty oi ieuu.. , of thi. agitation will .te urst ruf A .V.U,.. Will b. ' L il.Anffltt Aff aTiniFitr J,oir Italy heaves at in ani- .-...- . . 1 n ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 16 October 1847

LITERARY EXAMINER. Th Utata Hay. ir i n. Hivtcit 4' It was blew J summer dy, The flowfn bloomed the air was mild. The little birds poured forth tbeir Jar, . And every tiling in nature mulled. la pleasant thought I wandered on Iieneath the d-p wood's ample shade, Till suddenly I came upon Two children who bad thither strayed. Just at an aged birch-tree's foot A little boy and girl reclined; Ilia hand in hers she kindly pat. And then I saw the boy was blind. The children knew not I was near, A tree concealed me from their view, But all they said I well could hear, And I could see all they might do. 'Pear Mary," said the poor blind boy, That little bird sings very long; Say, do yon see him in his joy T And is be pretty as bis song?" "Yes, Edward, yes," replied the maid, MI see the bird on youder tree;" The poor boy sighed, and gently said, "Suiter, I wish that I could see." "The flowers, yon say, are rery fair. And bright green leaves are on the trees, And pretty birds are singing ther...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 23 October 1847

V V f ; VOLUME I. THE EXAMINER; ... v-i Wseklv. Jeffem... fcul r"" " ie the Post umre. n.. , ..a var mi aavaae, r Taaaa pAUL SEYMOUR, COMMUNICATIONS. aaasbM raclrmllv-Na. C In fvcrv iihilanilnopic enterprise it is ,eU to secuie the couiuccance and co-op-r.L. ..knan niinlsti-v. 1 reai-heni T thesospel constitute an influential claw jicolnj'jnitr.ana great confidence i 2. reposed in ttem. From their vo- Mfooit u ifLrIed diat "oad I reaily to engaee iu every good work; tor V. the servants of Him ho ten 0,1 i .1.-.' n.vt " Tn t! the j i nrMiiiL uu.n w Took for 1-Tl rirt'i KJfWiU em cncour. .'amucnt; ainl from it vice aUuId ever ex- pert enc-orproinisin denunciation. The ' pulpit shouM be t!:e patron of all righteous S pesa, ar.d the implacable enemy of all ini quity. ..... , . . In view of ihf reKns:bihty and influ ence of uiiiiisiors of die gospel il a in lerwting question, What is their duly in re loo to the cause of Emancipation ! I do not ay d'at diey should make Emanci pation the t...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 23 October 1847

THE EXAMINER. j.c. r a re ii a K. r.nroK. f. COSBY. Assurrairr Cmtm. LOUISVILLE: .OCT. 23. 1847 Publishers with whom we exchange, will ob lige us by seeding their papers ia wrappers. Te aWSMrrites-a. We earnestly request thorn ef our friends who may not have remitted their subscription to do ee at ODC. Tit ium is a small one; yet it is rery Im portant to aar success. Our expeuses, necessa rily, art heavy; and as we meet them promptly, we hope subscribers will meet their obligations as promptly. He. Dr. Craik-A tiamal flare. Tbis able clergy ntau, and most estimable c ill Tea, moved, ia the General Episcopal Conven tion, bow la session in New York, "lo enquire ialo the expediency of amending Caaon 6 ef lb44, relating to the admission of persons to the " order of Deacons who have not received a col legiate education," and mad an earnest apeech a the subject. The spirit of the speech was manly aac" ' christian. Dr. Craik thought the rule a asuited to oar age aad country. It wight suit ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 23 October 1847

Il js,fht. " . r h0 fh. losged amid tb. old P'-"'" , ..a i,.M,lv she ,..dfl.w.r. ' U'noma,ndUeVoh. Vui UrM'" Ho.w Exa-if "T" I'h:,ITor " .u....r.i...l,k.Rev.H.W. KB . bom in South Carolina, and Brisbt. reared1 j0,j,.We l0 drfdUd.UT-rT; he theMJ.bul. .1 great "M"tt1 lllHeJ those he had told, ul.d pav . freed them- jft ft jj4 ,lim 0r 1Mry H" '"an mei- ,?llt l,,U J "0l Ji',u,b sever lived. Bui there U 'u h '" fr,m JT' , ruWniuchtliotou;hn.'iiir '.U bf r-1 ia evcr' ,,SUJ be taken to give it. ' re,a"bti,cuU,o8 M,Brl.slsr " lickir. .,dBM1,rl!o".f ar" . . i . .n. h abound ia this region , i-it wb " - iv uy uf,'r,, tiw "ti'niif,c - . i .... .Ms to iJeiitifv unit a u . They nvr ' ' WAS. It iJ'Pf ,iUt '' 'lVe UPU fc:L"aU luTwi-ns 'r' ari'Ul Vtl',,,, ,UJ Ur . . rr ai". tl ear'i yP" 0rrBn ' ' - .o"J S'ui:'2 !"" wlii. h tta i iucluJed Craaite, lh.fiwt Miia met iilt fuuiug that culain tnc f ru.c life are tU It ron.tituta tbt S(.Vi vti:m. l"d " tlii y firm th J - i .i ..... n ti.: KaA Nb. Iieai f ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 23 October 1847

- LITERARY EXAMINER; 7 The Aataanw gtm. IT bo, hi. norro. Hcso, moaatagautaaia wiad! be etill, be etill! Thy grieriag vote forbiddeth heart I reel ; Ws bear the eweepingdowa the louely hill, And mournful thought eteej 'er the buuiaa breast. ' Why wilt then baaat a, with thy voico eakind, Sadd'alng the earth T JUih, moaiiing an to ma wind! Tom Bet the branching tree ao wildly high. Filling the forest with thy dreary sound: Without tut aid the heea of summer die. A ad the sear leaves fall acatler'd ! the ground. Thea coat but beaten, needlessly unkind. The winter's task, thea moaning autumn wiad! Sweep not through Ocean's caves wilh hollow roar. Driving ear fair abine to aerae rock-bound traad! While the vex'd era foaoia wrathful to the shore, Tht tailor'a wife look ahaddering from the land. A hd widow'd heart for niaay a year ahall fiad Death in thy voice, thea moaning astasia wind Roand ear calm dwelling, when ear hearts are tT Ream not, eh howling Spirit of Despair! AS tnoagn tboa ...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 30 October 1847

i - VOLUME I. . ar & V f . TIIK LA A 11 111 . Jeffer -. eoor lMl ' - . .aW. . .initw. advance DjU.'" " ...... r. PAUL SKY M U U I. . in"1'- ....i.i.al 5.oveswei.s. , been mating la uriti, u... a-.... ,, - . ' There Ii1 crolin.. ,i, . Weddy Tbomp Mexico, and, o rr.erlv our ni.ni.irr . ;..:. m nl le looked for, an J lis --re. T.l.ithm.retU.o ordinary Intent. T . i...i.s moved by M.jor IVrrs were LiaJ. and urged, among other rill- - , w. the til itaMs-hmeut ci pp .urn G-a- ,.,ke the report ef hi Thoiiipwa u u . rerv i-oorone inuug.. - . u I.;. --.lir siren. Me went far seaiiaienu ar. ' - i-,-,-.iB Mint- Of U. tr, Ue mJ i . f I- nraiiul of vU. kt L S,iv for rMr.t4. r-iu. but h. wm but . ' t '.I,. h blind to the sien of me uiuh L -r now ,.rutrJ. ecJed in lii.por- . ... i.v tint of cur independence. .t Hi 'e paltry UK o. ten th.t rud tU LruV mounuinerr". of our Mte to ru. ., . .....i.,iiuf,.r ecercely !a lliey Know -;thout rDreenUtioii. He would :t .i-h the equendennr of r..itre in un...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 30 October 1847

THE EXAMINER. I. r. VAPGHAK, Enm. r. COeHT, Asustast Emim. LOUISVILLE:::: ::OCT. 30, Tha Tale Wa will IJet aa It The resource ef the South art exhauslle Tin. Yet, ander slavery, th probability of peaing or expanding these resource, is year- If diminishing. See, is proof, tho following table: 1835. ItHS. Populattoa of South, 6,500,000 8,250,000 Iuc rea ia tho decode, 1 ,750,000 Now, tbia million nm hundred and fifty theaaaad of Increase ooght to swell largely our mean of rapport. Thi it the Invariable malt la tho fro State. Yet, with it, Southern meant of support ar larrely diminishing. Mark our xporta: 163G. 1845 Unmanufaot'd cotton, :i.24.95 51.739.641 Tobacco, 10,494,101 f, 008,31 Rico, 2,54.750 2.MM.456 Naval atoree Indigo, 913,396 M 5,039 Total, $S5J241,1T5 62,72.1,455 Dacroao $23,517.720. Thlak of tweutw-tt miliiama mmd half V- aromat ia tea yrort, ia oar amppori Wo tell you, friead of tho Sooth, that slavery ia Impoverishing yoa yearly, aad that jreo can aot loaf ouod tho I ue...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The examiner. — 30 October 1847

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Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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.LITERARY- EXAMINER. froa Vtt Deatecra'ie Review. T KMILT K. rHCUtl. Mother, has the dove that nestled Lor in (1 7 upon thy breast. Folded up iU little pinion. And in darkness gone U reel? Nay, the grave is dark and dreary, - But the tort one U not there; Hoar'st thou not IU genU whisper, Floating en the ambient air? It l near thee, penile mother, Near thee at the evening hour; Ita soft kin is in the sephyr. It leoka up from every flower. And when Night's dark shadows Seeing, Lew thou bendeat thee in prayer. And thy heart feels nearest heaven. Then thy angel babe it there. Maiden, has thy noble brother, Un whose manly form thine eye Lov'd fall oft in pride to linger, On whose heart thou eoulU'et rely, Tboagh all other heart deceived thee, All proved hollow, oarth grew dear; Whose protect ion, ever o'er tbee, Hi J thee from the cold world's sneer, II at he left thee here t straggle, All naaided en thy way? Nav, he still can guide and guard thee, SU11 thy faltering steps can stay; Sti...

Publication Title: Examiner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kentucky, United States
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