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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 31 May 1856

r FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOKKIGN AND DOMESTIC MEWS, AGRICULTURE, MBCHAMMt, EDUCATIOXKgrWmS VOLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., SATURDAY, MAY 31, 1850. , NUMBER 16. IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY GEO. E. TURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTEtt. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. M ADVANCE, WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . . . TWELVH MONTHS, S 2 00 2 60 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies $5 00; 10 copies $15 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Responsibilities of Subscribers. Subscribers who do not give express notice to tlie con trary, re considered as wishing to continue their sub. ecriptions. If subscriber! order the discontinuance of thHr rape, the publisher may continue to send them until sli arriura (ei are paid. If subscribers remove toother places without informing the publisher, and the paper is sent to the former direction, they ro held responsible. Newsi-avbh Law. To rost musters. Post Masters are responsible for the subscription of a newspaper or magaiine as Ions as they allow it to bo re ce...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 31 May 1856

LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR WlNCHESTE.il: SATURDAY, MAY 31TH, 1850. NATIONAL AMERICAN TICKET. run i ix&aiu&is i MILLARD FILLMORE, or NEW YORK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, AND'W J. DONELSON, OF TENNESSEE. DOINGS AT WASHINGTON ABO L1TION TROUBLES. Congress has been engaged princi pally, for a long time, discussing our difficulties with England, the conduct of Gen. Walker in Nicaragua, and Kansas affairs. Hut nothing of much importance lias been done by that body but quarelling between the North and South, lengthy speeches of denunciation have been the order of the day. until abolition arrogance has arisen above the point of tolerance, and resulted in a personal difficulty between Mr. Urooks, of South Caro lina, and Charles Sumner, an abolition lender of Massachusetts. Mr. Brooks, after the Senate ndjourncd, struck Sumner with a gutta percha cane and knocked him down, afterwards beat ing him severely. Much excitement rnsucd, and, as is natural, the friends of each parly took sides as their ...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 31 May 1856

ia PUBLISHED WEEKLY. DY GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. BLATTER. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ! ADVANCE, '. . WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . . . TWKLVB MOUTHS,. t 00 9 SO too INDUCEMENTS TO CLl'DS. 3 copies 85 00; 10 copies $15 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Responsibilities of Subscribers. flubflcrlhort who do not give uprcsi notlco to the ton rrr, ro considered u winking to continue tliolr sub. script ions. If lutacrlban order the dlscontlnuence of their pipers, the pub Isher may continue to send tliem until ll trreur jei are paid. If lubicriliers remove toother places without informing the publisher, and the paper is sent to the runner direction, the; are held responsible. Newu-apeu Law, To Postmasters. Poat Masters are responsible for the suliscrlptlon of s newspaper or magazine as long as they allow it to be re ceived at their office, when it is uncalled for, or refused bj the ron to whom it Is directe d. The rules or the De partment require that a written note shall be rent to every -publisher...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 31 May 1856

t : i Cjieliiifjlfskpfiil SATURD News from Kansas. ST. LOUIS, May 23.-Thc Demo, cral learns (bat a battle was fought at Lawrence, a number of men were kill ed on both sides, no particulars havo been given. The citizens of Kickapoo hao of fered a reward of two hundred dollars for Gen. Pomperoy. ST. LOUIS, May Hi. A despatch to the Republican says that Lawrence was destroyed Wednesday. The. Ho tel Printing Office and press were de molished. A few lives lost. The- following important dispatch was received in this city last evening, says the Union and American, by James Walker, Esq: New Orleans, Mny 27. By the Steamer Granada, arrived this morn ing, wo havo news from Nicaragua to the effect that the Costa Ilicans have retreated, and the war is at an end. New York, May 27. The, steamer Baltic with dates to the H has arriv ed. LiVERrooii May 13. Cotton dull; market uachangedjdemand moderate. The steamer's news had no ell'ect on the market. The news by the Baltic is of con siderable intere...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 7 June 1856

r FRIENDS Mogoiln uii ZIP Coding for I 'M"'"'w"w""","''M''BIMMM,'''""""'wii)iiijiwa i hihi 1 1 iiMmiaii ii. y i . 1r miiiiLi j p iCPiiiclcfcr ftppeal. AFAMILY NEWS PA PE 11 )E VOLUME 1. CjjeitirjjtBferliijifiil IS l'UUUSIIIil) WKHKLV 11V UKO. H. PURVIS AND VM. J. SLATTKIt. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. ,N AHVANCH WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . . . ' TWKliVB MONTHS,. . $ a oo too 800 INDUCEMENTS TO ei.l'IIS. 3 copies 5 00; 10 copies 15 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Responsibilities of Subscribers. Subscribers who ilo nut give express notice to the rnn linry, aro considered as. wishing to cuiitiiiuo their sub utiiplioim. If subscriber order Hie discoid inuenco of their papers, the publisher may continue to solid Ilium until til au e.ua kcs are imiil. If sulisci ibors remove to other places without informing Hie publisher, and th puiici' is Bent to the former direction, tlmy aro held responsible. (Nbwsi'avk Law. To Postmasters. l'ost Masters aro responsible for tlio subscription of a newspaper or...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 7 June 1856

flj)tlffiKjffgferMi LEWIS METC AIFE, EDITOR. WINCHESTER: SATURDAY, JUNE 7TII, 1850. NATIONAL AMERICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW YORK, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, AND'W J. DONELSON, OF TENNESSEE. We arc awaiting with patience the result of the Cincinnatti Convention. It has opened with much excitement and discord. It has been said that a house didvided in itself must fall, yet we do not expect to see the verifica tion of holy writ in this case, for we do not believe modern democracy was ever contemplated in prophecy. The cohesive quality of oflice is the best cement that holds the fabric to- gether. It may and will wear away by attrition, but never fall to pieces so long as there is any mortar in it. It will not crumble to pieces yet, but is obliged to be worn out before Novem- and no parliamentary rule was violat ber next. cd. The time selected by Mr. B. was - ; - , . , . t, P , news we have in record to the ton- vention. renorts Buchanan as the nominee. We have just ti...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 7 June 1856

jieliitrjifiifprSliiliefll 13 PUBLISHED WEliKLV II Y HEP. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTED TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. j.S AUVANCK $200 WITHIN SIX MONTHS 3 AO . TWiXVIS MONTHS 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies w uu; iu copies (15 00; 20 00. 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies Apoloc v. Our paper is again issued only half finished; and as much as we dislike apologies we ask the indulg ence of our readers this one timo more, and it shall be itself again. Our office has been minus a hand for sev- .eral weeks, besides the Editor's ill health which has also served to de- tract from the interest which we arc determined shall characterize? the pa per. Y e win nave a nana next wcck to assist the present force. Our ink rollers, too, were neerliercntlv laid t.it - . -ii l i i i i , . t, I ,1 u -.vnci u t u.. .uu u. u,u uu ,c.f ed tnem, just as wc were going to nmsa off the first side, which has1 caused quite a delay, and a failure to insert many things which were do signed for publication in this issue. We hav...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 7 June 1856

lliiifif5fcrfni SATURDAY, TlNK ITU, 1856. TELEGRAPHIC. Cincinnati, Juno 1. Groat rxcito ment. The friends of all the candi dates arc confident. The Missouri Bentoninn delegates were excluded by the national com mittee to whom the question was sub mitted. Tho New York contestants will go before the convention; it is intimated the convention will compel them to compromise by refusing to re ceive cither. The Mississippi delega tion have decided to vote for Quit man. The Buchanan men assert that the Sumner assault gained Buchanan yo votes. A resolution will be intro duced to exclude office-holders from future conventions. Cincinnati, June 2. The Conven tion assembled at 12 o'clock. Samu el Mcdary was appointed temporary ohairman. The Missouri delegation forced their way into the Convention amid great uproar, excitement and lighting. They were all allowed to to take their seats and quiet was re stored. Cincinnati, June 2nd. The two New York delegations not agreeing' both were refused adm...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 14 June 1856

umi ZIP Ceding for .' ... ill 1 FAMILY NEWSPAPER -DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC NEWS, AGjjf EDUCATION -INDEPENDENT "oN ALL SUliJKCTs! VOLUME 1. ' WINCHESTEE, TENN., SATURDAY, JUNE 14, 185G. NUMBER is". t IT l)fint)fsffrliifnl IS PUBLISHED WEKKLY BY GEO. E. TURVIS AND WM. J. BLATTER TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IN ADVANCE, WITHIN SIX MONTHS, . . ii TWELVJS MONTHS, $3 00 8 CO 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies 85 00; 10 copies $15 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Responsibilities of Subscribers. fJulflcrlbcrs who do not give cxpresg nolico to the con trary, arc considered as wishing to continue their sub scriptions. If subscribers order the iliscoiitinucnco of their ucrs, the publisher may continue to send tlicm until all urrcura ires aro paid. If subscribers remove to other places without informing (he publisher, and the paper is sent to the former direction, they aro held responsible. Newsi-ai-kii Law. To Postmasters. Post Masters are responsible for the s...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 14 June 1856

LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. WINCHESTER: SATURDAY, Jl'NE 1 t'J'II, 185(1. NAT IPX Ah AMERICA TICK ET. J3S& '0R PRESIDENT BULLAIID FILLMORE, OF NEW VIMIK, FOR VICE r RESIDENT, A'ND'W J. HONELSON, OK TKSNBSSEF.. Democratic Platform. I'pon examining this strange docu ment il iippcars that it is nearly made, tip f ncgativt; principles throughout, rxcept tho l:.st four or five resolutions which wvxu aflrnvnrds oVclaiTil not to he essential principles, hut such as the party would recommend. It is amusing if not deplorahlc to see the 'manner in which they have evaded the issues wi.ich the)' have pretended to meet. They are true to themselves in opposition to Native Americanism, hy their insinuations of restrictions on the liberty of conscience, which they know no party in the country advo cate. Ccn. Pierce more than n year ago laid down the position of the dem ocratic party on internal improve ments to he, that Congress has no right under thr Constitution to appropriate the funds of tho Gov...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 14 June 1856

FRIENDS Magewlr uii ZIP Cqdlno for ll(J " - MMtf'lMttlUI IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY GEO. E. TURVIS AND WM. J. BLATTER. "tebms of subscription. IN ADVANCE, . . 8 S 00 WITHIN SIX MONTHS, 2 CO TWELVE MONTHS, 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CU'BS. 3 copies $3 00; 10 copies '$15 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Winchester and Ala. Railroad. The Board of Directors lield a meet ing at the court house in this place on last Saturday for the purpose of elect ing officers. M;ij. W. E. Venable was elected President, and F. T. Estill Esq. Secretary. Wc understand that a committee was sent from Lincoln county to at tend the meeting with, instructions to make certain propositions to the Hoard in relation to connecting with the road a branch from Fnyettevillc, which we believe is all under the same charter. The people ot Lincoln are anxious to build their branch, and books will bo immediately opened for subscrip tion in that county, with a certainty of raising sufficient stock to meet with the W. and A. Road at...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 14 June 1856

tower's DejunfiiiPitf. Rules for Gardners. Have a place for every tool, anil never leave it out of its place; haves a place l'or cntiytliing and everything in ilsplaco. Never wale niiiiiml or vegetable rc tti.se; lh' very soap !U from 1 lie laun dry are rich manure. Have all flowerpots washed, dried nnd put away as soon us they are empty. Never fill a pot so lull of soil hut that it may hold water enough to go through; pots should have an inch of vaeiiney nhovc compost. Never grow a had variety of any thing if you can help it. It taks the same room, and wants the same at tention as a good'vaiiety. Never buy cheap seed. It. i.i only by gelling good prices that, a seeds man can supply an article to lie ue- pcmled upon. Cialher fruit in dry wealln r ami with the sun shining, and place them carefully in the baskets, as if they were glass. The smallest bruise can inenccs a decay. Never grow a crop or crops of the Iajne kind twice on the same spot, without an intervening ciop of a dif fer...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 21 June 1856

11 t KSat IH Iff A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO POLITICS, LOCAL INTERESTS, FOKEIGX AND DOMESTIC NWS, AGRICULTURE, MECHANISM, EDUCATION- INDEPENDENT ON AIJ "sfpJlTcYs. VQLUME 1. WINCHESTER, TENN., SATURDAY, JUNE SI, 185G. NUMBER 19. is ruuusiiED weekly nv UEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTlilt. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. N APVANCE WITHIN SIX MONTHS "i TWELVE MONTHS 1 2 00 3 GO 8 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies $5 00; 10 copies $15 00; 5 coiiies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Responsibilities of Subscribers. Subscribers who do not pive express nnflco to tlio con trary, are considered as wishing to continue their sub script ion". If subscribers order tlie dlscontlnucncn of their rnpers, die iiib ishcr nmy continue to send thorn until all arrcara are paid. If subscribers reniovo toother places wil bout Informing llio publisher, nnil the paper is sent to the former direction, nhcy are held responsible. Nkwwai'rh Law. . - To Postmaster. Post Masters are responsible for tho subscription of a newspaper o...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 21 June 1856

CffiyiiirjifsffrSljiiifoj LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. SATURDAY, JLLNK 2 1ST, 1830. NATIONAL AMERICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT MILLARD FI LLMORE, or HEW YOIIK, VOR VICE PRESIDENT, AND'W J. DONELSON, OF TENNESSEE. Mr. Fillmore's Letter of Accep tance. Below will be found Mr. Fillmore's letter of acceptance. Without going into a long detailed rigmarole of non committal nonsense, lie accepts the nomination, and in doing so, adopts the general spirit and principles of the American platform. The tone of Mr. F's. letter is remarkably unlike the po litical style of the day showing much more of the man than the politician without shuffling, double entendres and caplandum inuendoe to catch all sorts of favor of all sorts of men. Up on the whole, it is characteristic of the man, of whose well-known merits it is unnecessary for us to speak. Whoev er is acquainted with the history of the country for the last twenty years is ac quainted with Mr. Fillmore. It lias been very common for the last four years...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 21 June 1856

Sr FRIENDS Magailnf M ui ZIP Clno for IS PUBLISHED WEBKLy BY rtEOE. TURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER. TEEMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. .u nVANCB 8 2 00 WITHIN SIX MONTHS, 60 TWELVEMONTHS, '3 00 IJtfJUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies 5 00; 10 copies $15 00; 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Examination at Mary Sharp College. We attended two days during the examination of the pupils of this col lege, which took place this week, so we cannot speak from our observation except for the last two days. We un derstand, however, that the young la dies did themselves great credit during the time we were absent. So far as our observation extends, according to our judgment, the classes exceeded the usual proficiency heretofore, which is sayinga good deal in their favor. Es pecially we must be permit ted to say the class in Cicero acquitted them selves very creditably. Mrs. Graves has had charge of the class in the lan guages, and the improvement and ad vancement of the pupils in this de partment reflect great credit upo...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 21 June 1856

, J,r.iu,L ;.M..j,M(;irjnrl mrAi:UJa iiv . .1.1,1 j'(,iV.i..ijiiiMBMfci Dfrarfi!iinif. Work for June. Tho work of this month is of rr:at, i mportnncc to our grain crop oxpri-ial-ly. Whoro it has not hccn crippled or injured hy ;in unwi.su ru-applicatiou of the plow nhoiit, its roots, the Corn is nowdoinft well, and should ho ''laid Ly" during this month. And this work of laying hy is alw ays tin: crisis with Corn. Then! cannot, he too much care on the part of the manager, be stowed upon the performance of this work. A very little carelessness and inattention now, spoils all the profits of the previous work, however well it may have heen done. The Corn is now he;innin',' to shade tin; ground smartly, and the .small jrass and yoiMiy; weeds, affected more or less by the iu ilucner: ofthis shade, will readily yield to n s'nrface sweep or a properly con structed side, harrow. These instru ments should not he permitted to pen etnitj the soil exceeding half an inch, :is this will be, found...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 28 June 1856

... r t ik i ft . . . fi. . . VI ft ft P ifa I SCy jfih, Jt mAn Vs. r&rf AjAMtjjrgVragKlt DEVOTED TO P0I1T1CS, LOCAL INTKltESTS, MitXN AMD DOMESTIC NKffj, AflltlCPLTOitK, MKCILVM, KDWIyTio? VOLUME 1. derfjieitl IS PL'DUSHGI) WEEKLY BY GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. FLATTER. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IN ADVANCE, g a m WITHIN SIX MONTHS 2 CO TWELVE MONTHS 3 00 INDUCEMENTS To I'LL' US. ;i copies $5 00; 10 copies 815 0(); 5 copies 8 00; 15 copies 20 00. Responsibilities of SuLscriburs. Subscribers who do not give cypress notice tothccnti lury, are considered as wishing to continue tbeii' sub script ions. If subscribers order (lie ilisconl inucuro of their papers, llic publisher may continue to send tlieui until all arreara ges ure paid. If subscribers remove toother places without informing llio publisher, nnd the puinr is sent to the former direction, llicjr arc held responsible. NiiWsi'Ai'isu Law. To rostiuttstcrs. Mist Masters are responsible for the subscription of a newspaper or magazi...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 28 June 1856

4tfiiir!)ederNil LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. NATIONAL AMERICAN TICKET. FOR PRESIDENT MILLARD FILLMORE, OF NEW YOIU, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, AN1TW T. DONELSON, OK TENNESSEE. AMERICAN ELECTORAL TICKET, ron THE STATU, Hon. NEILLS. BROWN, of Davidson, HORACE MAYNAHD, of Knox. FOR THE DISTRICTS, Hi.l. N. G. TAYI.OH, cf Carter. !M. " MOSKS WH1TK, of Knox. M. " KKKSEH. IIKAJIKON. of Uimiilluii. lth. " W. P. HICKKKKO.N, of Colfcc. fith. " KOBT. II I 'J ON, of Wilson. Bill. " W. II. WISLNKlf, of ii'JfoiJ. Jill. " ('. C. CKOWK. of Gilcn. Kill. " J. M, (iUAKI.KS, of .VIoiitKomrry. nth, " ISAAl' K. HAWKINS, of Cm roll, lOlh, J).u. 1I..MOSHY, of fajcttc. WINCHESTER: SATURDAY, JUNE 28TH, 1350. People are Judged by the Com pany they Keep. Tha old Frcesoil Democrats arc corning in to l.lic support of Mr. Buch anan by scores. They deem liirn quite acceptable to them, and regard his frcesoil sentiments, expressed on the Texan question in 1811, as entirely eon.sonant with their own. That he is a. regular freo...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 28 June 1856

FRIENDS Mogoilrr UNI ZIP Ceding for I' ill I 1 ;$iitrl)derftt IS I'UBUSIIED WEKICLY LSY GEO. E. PURVIS AND WM. J. SLATTER. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. IS ADVANCE WITHIN SIX MONTHS ii TWELVE MONTHS S 8 00 3 CO 3 00 INDUCEMENTS TO CLUBS. 3 copies $5 00; 10 copies $15 00; o copies o uu; jo copies 20 00. (7- VV. A. Rreedon, Alum Crook, Bastrop County, Texas. All right $'2, with letter, received. Dickexs' Complete Wokks. T. IJ. Peterson, Philadelphia, will soon issue the complete works of Charles Dick ens, to he published in ten dilTeront styles, at various prices. In his circu lar Mr. P. states that his Octavo and Duodecimo editions will be, and are the only complete and uniform editions of Dickens' works published in the world, and are the only editions what ever of these works published in America. A sample sheet of the first DO pages of the " Pickwick Papers" show off admirably the slyle, topog raphy, and illustrations of the work being very good. We hope the pub lisher will realize a lar...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Winchester appeal. — 28 June 1856

Cli4$titl)e0fere(il LEWIS METCALFE, EDITOR. WINCHESTER; SATURDAY, JUNE 2STJI, 1850. uj.iwihwhihi iimwmw hiiiwhiiiiii, iicewiwCT Brilliant Whitewash. Many liavo Ik.-aril of the brilliant stucco wlii wash on llio cast mil of the I'rcskli'tit's housi; at Washington. Tlic following is :t receipt for making it as pleaned from t lie National lulel licne;r, with sonu; additional im provements learned I y experiments, M'l... 1... I ..I .. XtllVl! il II.IU il IJU.I.iri Ul UIIMilUitl-'U lime, slack it with boiling water, cov er it during llio process to leep in the fs'cam. Strain the liquid through a line sieve or strainer, and add to it a peek of clean salt, previously well dissolved in worm water; three pound.) of good rice, boiled to a thin paste, and stirred in boiling hot; hali'a pound of powdered Spanish whitninjj, and a pound of clean glue, which has been previously dissolved bvsoalcin.'.r it well and then hanging it over a slow lire, in a .small kettle within a large one Idled with wa...

Publication Title: Winchester Appeal, The
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