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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 July 1849

mmim Ml EBENSBURG, I'A. Thursday, July 19, 1849. FOtf CAXAL COMMISSIONER. JOHN A GA MBLE. Of Lycoming. DEIVIOCRATIO COUNTYNOM- INATIONS- TOR ASSEMBLY, Dr. Win. A. SMITH, Of Ebensburg. FOR SHERIFF, JOHN 15KAWLEY, Of Sttmmerhill tp. FOR CORONER. I S. M'CLOSKEY, Of If'ashington tp. FOR TREASURER, JOHN G. GIVEN, Of Ebensbitrg. FOR COMMISSIONER, ANTHONY LA MU AUG II, Of Jackson, tp. FOR AUDITOR, WASH. DOUGLASS, Of Allegheny tp. Ij"Te Sentinel, haa much the largest cir culation of any paper published in this county and as an advertising sheet offers' superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making ttsu of this medium for extending their business can Jo so by either sending their notices direct, or through the fallowing agents: John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. IV. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Thiid st. J'hila dtlphia. Wm. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. George Pratt, 151, Nassau St., Xiic York. Large Salc Mr. John Lytle wiil have a 1-irgc sale of valuable personal ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 19 July 1849

3 2 ( 'J? & ST . Ccntlencss. BIT MRS. HEMANS. If ihou hast crushed a flower, Tho roof may not bo blighted; If thou hast quenched a lamp, Ones more it may be lighted; Bat on thy heart or on thy lute. The string which thou hast broken, Shall never in sweet sound again Give to thy touch a token! if thou hast loosed a bird. Whose voice of song could cheer thoe; Still, still, he may be won From the skies to warble near thee; Out if upon the troubled sea Thou hast thrown a gem unheeded, Hope not that the wir.d or wave shall faring The treasure back when needed. Is thou hast bruised a vine, The summer's breath is healing. And its cluster yet may glow Thro the leaves their bloom revealing. Cat if thou hast a cup o'erlhrown With a bright draught filled oh, never Shall tho earth give back that lavished wealth To cool thy parched lips ftver! The heart is like that cup, If thou waste the love it bore thee, And like that jewel gone, Which the deep will not restore thee, And like tl at string...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 July 1849

it WE OO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY j- WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW, BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1849. VOL. 5. NO. 42. 4 if rrlQr'r nt i i A Good Time Coming Girls. There' a good time a coming, girl, A good time a coining. Old maidens may no, dps the day. Out at ill. shall give a loud hurrah! For the good time coming. Submission now shall aid oor cause, And make it all tha stronger, . We'll wear the breeches by and bye, Wait a litiis longer. 1 here's a good time a coming, girls, A good time coming. Oar tongue shall supersede the pun, And women rulo instead of men. In the good time coming. - ' Voice, not force, ehall rule mankind. And be acknowledged stronger, The proper weapons we have got, Wait a littla longer. Tucre' a good time a coming, girls, ' . A good time a coming, A bachelor, in all eyes shall, be A monster of iniquity, In the good time coining. The lorda of the creation then Shall not bo thought the stronger, Nor make us pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 July 1849

Arrival of the U. S. Steamer Princeton. Boston, July 17. The United States' Steamer Princeton, KnFle. commander, arrived at this port this forenoon, having- left Naples the 5th of June. She touched at t ayal, and sailed from thence on the 2d of July. The Princeton left Naples on the 5th of June, and spoke frigate Constitution oil the Port, bound in. Officers and crew all well. . . . - . ' The Princeton arrived at Leghorn on ihc 7th and sailed on the 12th. The Austrians had quiet possession of r lorence and Leghorn. Field Marshal Redctzky was at the lat ter place, and was visited by Commander Englc, and the officers of the steamship, who were received with distinguished consideration. The Austrian troops at Florence were under the command of Gen. Dasprc, and the Florentines were paying Court to their conquerors, who appeared to be enjoying themselves. Marshal Kadctzky wa3 received at Leg horn with much enthusiasm, which was unexpected by the foreign officers, who had heard the boasti...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 July 1849

1 'I k' I' i 4 I I 3f EBENSBURG, PA. Thursday,. July 26, 1819. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, JOHN A GAMBLE Of Lyconun, I or DEMOCRATIO COUNTY NOM- FOR ASSEMBLY, Dr. Wm. A. SMITH, Of Ebcnsburg. . FOR SHERIFF, JOHN Bll AW LEY, Of Summerhill tp. . FOR CORONER. ; P. S. M'CLOSKEY, Of Washington tp. FOR TREASURER, JOHN G. GIVEN, Of Ebcnsburg. FOR COMMISSIONER, ANTHONY" L.AJUBAUGH, Of Jackson, tp. FOR AUDITOR, WASH. DOUGLASS, Of Allegheny tp. I TTTub Sentinel, has much the largest cir I culation of any paper published in this county I and as an advertising sheet offers superior indaeetnents to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of making use of I Ikis medium for extending thetr business can I do so by either sending their notices direct, or I through the following agents: John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. IV. Carr. Evans' Buildings. Third st. Philadelphia. Wm. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. George Pratt, 151, Tfassan st., Ntin York. 0We invito attention to the proceedings of a democrati...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 26 July 1849

"2PD H3iM& Persevere. BY B. P. GRAHAM. Yes, persevere? There' work to do ; " IVhy stand ye idle all the day ?" Be moving do not liDger here, A loitering on Life's Highway, Natvre's busy morn and even Noon or night sky dark or clear : Ever teaching you this lesson, '". a. - Persevere ! Push onward upward higher still ! And let your aim be to ascend The ladder reaching up to Fame, Nor tremble should it sometimes bend Be your purpose pure and holy Good to man your object here, And you'll reach the height before you Persevere I No matter what jour calling is There's something always to be done ; Determine that yon will complete The tedious task you have begun. Listen to the voice of wisdom Speaking from past ages clear ; Work and ' live, or play and perish Persevere ! i ' ' Be kind unto y our fellow men ; In raising him who lowly lies, You' raise yourself to honest fame, And win a name that never dies ; Labor with your might, while able. Soon deep furrows will appear In that face so...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 2 August 1849

0 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW.1 BV JOHN -G. GIVEN E B ENS BUR G, THURSDAY, AUG UST 2, 1819. VQL,. 5. NO. 43. m ' ---- - - - fc - - ' - ' " - - - - '' a C ----- ev, , if I " -; -I ;. 1 IL V vOO xNNSKV' xxX f "'4 'S i . I i' i 3 "Jesus of Nazarclh PasselhBy." BY MRU. L II. SIOOURXKY. WATCUSRiwho wakost by tho bed of piin, While the stars weep on in their midnight train, Stifling tho tear for thy. loved, one's sa He. Holding thy breath lest his sleep should break! Iathy loneliest hour there's a helper nigh "Jesus of Nsiareth passeth by." . . Stravr! afar from thy native land. Whom no one takes with a brother's band, Tabic and hearthstones are glowing free, CasomenU are sparkling, but not for thee; There is one who can tell of a home on high Jesui of Nazareth passeth by." Sad o.ne, m secret bending low, A dart in thy breast that tho world may not . know, Wrestling the favor of God to win, 'Ufi seal of pardoa for days of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 2 August 1849

riiE E UROPA. YS LATER VROM EUROPE. -Distress in Ireland England demands explanations from France in reference to Rome Bom e occttp ied by th eFren ch Desperate defence of the city by the 7iative Romans The Roman leader Garibaldi escapes icith 10,000 men, and is overtaken by the French The Romans still adhere to the Republic The government triumphs at the Flec tions in Paris Lamartine and the Socialists triumphant in the interior Venice still unconquered Impor , tant from Sardinia llctory of the Dan es over the Holsteihs Glorious victory of the Hungarians, . St. Johns, N. BJuly 25, 10 P. M. The steamship Europa, with 123 pas sengers, arrived at Halifax, at 8 o'clock last evening. The Cambria arrived at Liverpool on the 10th inst. Ireland Intense suffering and misery. The Irish papers contain most distress ing accounts of the intense suffering and misery that prevails in many parts of that ill-fated country particularly in the South western districts. .The workhouses are filled to re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 2 August 1849

- I - I r 1 ion 1' ; EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1S49. F0K CANAL COMMISSIONER, JOHN A GAMBLE, Of Lycoming. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY NOZVT XXJATlONSv TOR ASSEMBLY, Dr. Wm. A. SMITH, Of Ebensburg. FOR SHERIFF, JOHN Hit AW LEY, Of Summerhill tp. FOR CORONER. P S. M'CLOSKEY, Of TFashington tp. TOR TREASURER, JOHN G. GIVEN, Of Ebensburg. . FOR COMMISSIONER, ANTHONY LAMBAUGH, Of Jackson, tp. FOR AUDITOR, WASH. DOUGLASS, Of Allegheny tp. XTThe Skntixel. has much the largest cii culation of any piper published in this county and as an advertising sheet oJ rs superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those desirous of ma kin 2 us of this mediumor extending thetr business can do so bu either sending their notices direct, or through the fulloicmg agents: John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. E. IV. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Third st Philadrlphia. Wm. A. Kinslor, Pitlshurg. George Pratt, 151. Nassau st., Niu York. Thanksgiviug. Friday next it the day app-inted by Gen Taylor to be aet ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 2 August 1849

: : i ; If ! ! t "i i f ! j ! ( u. , .'K-';; . ' i j; ' " J " "' " " . The Love Qaarrel. . - BY EDITH MAY. Nat, Piq sure you've not forgotten, though you fain would have it ao, . I know you've not forgotten shall I tell you why I know? For all Maud lingers at your sido and Blanche - is on your brow,- - For all you smile when Lelia smiles, your smi ling mocks at glee. And by that token I believe you're thinking now of me. As you lie there in the shadow, with tho sun light on your hair, IVith the misty, floating curtains looped around you drooping fair, The velvet kinking toyour limbs, the only mur mur near The music of a woman's voice, low. toned to meet your ear, You're thinking how. one sunny noon, when summer suns were warm. I watched beside your half repose, and your head lay on my arm. Then I sang you quaint love ballads, sang you rhymed and measured words, But you; own were ever sweetest ;and the sing ing of the birds From tho garden chimed in softly, but I thought your voice w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 9 August 1849

fit i jyj aa Aynj- r WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAV JvWHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW X BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY AUGUST 91819: VOL. 5. ISO. 44. ifl V m. m w m r. I Lotc J!ot Novr. Take Tram me all t!iou onca did give Thy tunica and leara ihj sighs that vow Itor longer la ray bosom live; X loved the once I lovo not now; Ti better, ia this wretched hour. To Cinj frviu memory every trace Each shadow of thy broken power, And all memorials fond erase! Ilaply, in after limes, the wrong 'J by Cckly speech hth done to in 9 May strike tliy ttoul, as, borne aloof, Thou gaily ta ileal o'er life's sea; And then, ainiJst the wreck of love, That will thy sinking hope surround, Soma long'forgtttea thought may move Thy fluttering heart with grief profound! Dublin Univtrity Magazine. MISOEL LA N E O U S THE ADOPTED SON; OS, CHARITY'S REWARD. BY PAUL CREYTON. CHAPTER I. One cold, windy, dreary day, in the month of November, 1813, a tall, dark in dividual migh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 9 August 1849

ARRIVAL OF THE CAMBRIA. SEVEN DAVS LA fl FROM ISUUOPK Bv Eipres and Telcgrapn irou t Hilifa-x ta the Pennsylvania-! -aament- Debates in the Englifest of the Prince Bictsinlrtlawf-an.ee Return of the of Caniccess of Garibaldi Jiff airs p enice, fyc. St. John, N. B. Thursday, Aug. 2, 8i, P. M. 5 .The steamship Cambria, Capt. Shan- nun, arrived at Halifax at 3 o clock mis tnonung,and will be due at Boston at 4 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. The Cambria has 5G through passen gers, and brings European news seven days later. The Cambria spoke the Niagara about fifteen days out of Liverpool, tor the fourth day out. Passed the packet ship Shannon for New York. Jiff airs in England. Parliament is to be prorogued on the tfth. A motion, which Lord Brougham previously announced his intention to make, as reference to the French expedi tion in Italv. was laid UDon the table of Peers on Friday. The resolution embod ied a wide range of subjects, and implied a direct ceusure of the foreign policies of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 9 August 1849

!: j ; b .5 -4 V4 LUvf-frrr'pv .1 lit EBEN3BURG, PA. T THURSDAY. AUGUST 9, 1819. rOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, 70HNA- GAMBLE -f ' O Lycoming. 22X0 OR A.TIO COUKTV 1701YI ' - TOR ASSEMBLY, Dr. Wm. A. SMITH, Of Ebensburg. . FOR SHERIFF, JOHN IJIl A VVLEY, Of Summerkill tp. FOR CORONER. IV S. M'CI.OSKEY, Of Washington tp. FOR TREASURER, JOHN G. GIVEN, Of Ebeii3burg. I FOR COMMISSIONER, fANTHONY lamb a ugh, ? " Of Jackson, tp. FOR AUDITOR, WASH. DOUGLASS, Of Allegheny tp. 4 I 0"Tne Sentuei., has much the largest cir illation of any paper published in this county iTMrTTm iHTnmrrrnTm lULiliUiSLiliiiiL w-and at an advertising sheet off'rs superior i inducements to merchants and business men I J Generally. Those desirous of making us of Ms medium for extending their business can to to by rither sending their notices direct, or trough the fulloictng agents: f John Croust, Esq., Johnstown. I E. W. Carr, Ecans' Buildings, Thiid st. Philadelphia Win. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. J George Pratt, 151, Nassau...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 9 August 1849

How Softly on the "Bruised Heart. BT C. D. STEWART. How softly on the bruised heart A word of kindness falls. And to the dry and parched soul The moistening tear drop calls; Ob, if they knew, who walk the earth Mid iorrow, grief and pain. The power a word of kindness hath, 'Twere paradise again- The weaken, and the pooreat, may This simple pittance give. And bid delight to withered hearts Return again and live; O, what is life if love b losif If man's unkind to man: Or what the heaven that waits beyond Thie brief bet mortal span? At stars upon the tranquil sea la mimic glory shine, So words of kindness in the heart Dstray their source divine: 0 then, be kind, whoe'er thou art, That breathest mortal breath, And it shall brighten all thy life. And sweeten every death. Waste not a Moment. Bf CHARLES LESTER. Tnere is uu time, in any clime. That should bo unemployed; An active mind will never rind There's nothing dull and void. All things that live, some charms will give, If sought witho...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 16 August 1849

A ... "WE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC TRINCiri.ES POINT THE WAV J WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." BV JOHN G. GIVEN E1SUNSBUKG, THUUSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1819. VOL. 5. NO. 45. i LIFE. tr REV. J. a PIRMAX. Life i likn the gushing stream, Flowing from the wooded mountains, Spaikling in the noon-tide beams. Cobbling up from cryttal fountain). Life is onnrard in its Row, Like the calm, mjetic river. Gathering st renjrth while here below, From it motions ceasing never. A the stream flows to the river, As the river to the sea. Life is flowing on forever. Reaching to Eternity. Life i full of caie and trial, While it dwells upon th earth. And a holy self denial Fits it for a heavenly birth Heavenward lend its solemn, marches, Rifing ever, drawing nigh, To the bright, o'erhanging arches. Opening to the tipper sky . MISCELLANEOUS. AN IM'lDliM' UF WVIEKLOO. BV J. T. HEADLEY. A few months since, I was standing on the field of Waterloo, on the anniversary day of that great battle. The fields wer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 16 August 1849

Farther Foreign News Thn America arrived at New York on Ko oftomnnn nf Friday last. London dates are to the 28th of July. Austria and Hungary. There has again been some severe fight ing in Hungary, and again the Magyars have been victorious. Kossuth appointed Dprrbinski commander-in-chief. "Our Vienna letters vand DaDers.'.' savs the Times, "are of the 20th inst. They con tain no new details of the battle of Wait zen, excepting the official news which our correspondent gives that the Hungarians have succeeded in breaking through the Imperialist lines and marched to the north." The correspondent above alluded - to writes from Presburg on the 19th instant; "For some time the plans of the Hun garian chiefs have been shrouded in mys tery, and we are only now beginning to gain an insight into them. It was in vain 'that Georgey kept so long at Comorn. He there awaited Dembinski, and after this junction, the combined armies co-operated at the battle of Waitzen. Dem binski took up his posit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 16 August 1849

1 hMOUNTMSEMllLT . - EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 16, 1849. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, JOHN A-.GAMBLE, ; Of Lycoming. s DEIYZOORATIO COUNTY 170IVI- INATIONS. FOR ASSEMBLY, Dr, Wm. A. SMITH, Of Ebensburg. FOR SHERIFF, JOHN BilAYVLEV, Of Summerhill tp. FOR CORONER. P. S. M'CLOSKEY, Of Washington tp. FOR TREASURER, JOHN G. GIVEN, Of Ebensburg. FOR COMMISSIONER, ANTHONY LAMBAUGH, Of Jackson, tp. FOR AUDITOR, WASH. DOUGLASS, Of Allegheny tp. i ETThk SfSTlsKL, has much the largest cir i culation of any paper published in this county and as an advertising sheet ojf-rs superior J inducements to merchants and business men 1 ctnerallv. Those desirous of making us of i tki medium for extending their business can i do so by either sending their notices direct, or ; through the fallowing agents: ! John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. f F.. IV. Carr, Evans" Buildings, Third st. PMludelpIiia. f Wm. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. ! George Pratt, 151, Nassau St., Ntu York. iLTHon. Albkrt Gallatin died at New York ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 16 August 1849

D !2i 'd? Ut T From Godey'. Lvly's Newspaper. The Indian. nr. j. w. From the shadowy mist of the dark ages gone, Ho tile of the red man to the present is borne; We know that from Adam he must have de. acended. And we know that Lis proud race is now nearly ended; But we know not from whcnce.to this coontiy he came. The time of hit coming nor the deed of his fame. But how on the pinions of imagination,' The mind loves to revel in its fairy creation! To look on the Indian as he may now besesn, And to judge by the wreck what he once must have been; Untamed and untameabte, the stamp even now Of a spirit unyielding impressed on his brow. lie treads not the soil that his forefathers tjod. But bis form i erect in tlie image of God, A'ike in his friendship and hatred sincere. With the spirit that knows not the meaning. of fear. With an eye ever bright and a soul ever fiee; Ob ! what with the light of fair science would babe? And what was -he once? true the white man first found him With the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 23 August 1849

4 irifriMr m 4 L f rtir r 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES FOINT THE WAY; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." BY JOHN G. GIVEN EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 189. VOL. 5. NO. 40. 1 j Doubt Not. II I M. OWLTv:. Whan the dey of lifo is dreary And v.hon glcvtn tby course enshrouds Wben thy steps are fainl an J weary, And thy spirit dark with clouds, Steadfast still in thy well-doing, Let thy soul forget the past Steadfast still, the right pursuing, Dcubt not! jcy shall come at la.t. Stiivlng still, snd cnwarl pressing, ?eek not future years tu kno.v, bat desIRVE the wkhed for MeEinj, It shall como, tluugh 1 1 be slv, Never tiring upvard gazing Let thy fears sside be cast, And thy trial tempting, braving Doubt not! joy thll m:i.o at Isji. Keep n'.t tl.ou ihy soul regretting, Feek the good pp'iru evil's thrall. Though thy foes thy pihs besetting, Thou thalt triumph o'er litem nil. Though each year but bri ng Ujee s.iumsi, And thy youth be fleeting fist, 'I here'll be lia:e e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 23 August 1849

FOREIGN NEWS. SEVEN DAYS LATER! AUKIVAL OF THE STEAMER Harvest Prospect Favorable Money Abundant Breadstuff's Dull Queen flctoria Gone to Ireland Proroga tion of Parliament Hungary Glo rious Success of the Hungarians Bern, Dembinski and Gorgeii in Com tnunication Humors of Austrian Disposition to Negotiate for Peace rictoru of Dembinski over Paskeicitch Battle of Jt'aitzen and Defeat of the Jlussians by Gorgey Change in the Austrian Cabinet France Harvest Abundant Italy Tlie Pope not re turned to Home Qustro-Italy Death of King Charles Albert Turkish Ar my Ordered to the Hungarian Fron tier Russia Conspiracy against the Emperor Design to establish a He public. Liverpool, 'Saturday, August, I. Trade continues quiet but steady. Cot ton has experienced a moderate demand. The prospects of the harvest generally, are of the most favorable character. The Metal market has been characterized by a fair business throughout the week. Money still continues abundant, and c3n be daily attained on ...

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