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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 7 August 1858

t' - S CONTESTED FBW rOCBTH PAGE. - ' he benefit of any right of pre-emption under the act entitled "An act to appro-, priate the proceeds of the sales of the pub lic lands and to grant pre-emption rights," approyed, September 4, 1841 ; that he was Eot, at the time of his death, the owner of three hundred and twenty acres of . land in" any State or Territory of the - United States ; that he did not settle upon and improve the above tract of land on specu lation, but in good faith to appropriate it to his own exclusive use and benefit ; and that he has not, directly or indirectly, made any agreement or contract, in any way or manner, with any person or per sons whatsoever, by which the title which he might hTe acquired from the govern ment of the United States should inure in whole or in part, to the benefit of any person except himself. (Signed) A B, Executor or 'administra tor, or one of tlie heirs, of C D, as the case may be. -1, E F, Reg? ster or G H, Receiver of the land office ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 14 August 1858

N V- " 1 ; . w ' . Term:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TEUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHilL EISE AGADi." A Family IVewspaper Independent on All Subjects. Ty G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, AUGUST 14, 1858. NTOIBER 3; VOLUBIE iT :4 goefrfl. Our Creed. BT H.'x. clxxzxts. Te loTe relifioH, not the priest. We lore our country ana our God; loTe the man who gjvtrct lea?:. 'nt one who rule with iron rod. Each family should ba a State, Where all 1 meatic virtues grow. The heart an Empire then let fate Attempt in rin its overthrow. Te lore the Farmer and his toil. The handctaid of all life are there ; We treanre God's great gift of toil. And h creation bright and fair; We love bright told that it may strew Contentment in the paths of care; We hate the man who never knew lhat he eonld hare too large a chare. We lovo both wit and merit fine, " Though povertj their grace unfold ; The diamond in the dirty mine ' Shines jait as bright m set in gold. We love the beautiful, the good The finis...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 14 August 1858

GEO. W. DROWN, Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 14, 1853. TEBMS-M.M PER ATOTrM. ADVANCE Here akmll tlie Pre tke People' rlhu ulitdi raw y rtj, Bd rtbe4 fcy rain. Pledge t Tratk, tm Liberty Law, rmwr iwvi a, aad a Fear aaall aw. Ho Legislature. Since our article of last week, headed "Very Important," we have again review, ed the laws, and all the acta of the Legis lature bearing upon the subject, and have consulted with several legal gentlemen, all of whom, after a full investigation of the facts, have arrived at the same con clusion with us, that there is no provision for another Legislative Assembly, and that the defect can only be cured by a special session of the Legislature, or by act of Congress. It is true that the 2d section of the act, found on page 330 of the laws of 1855, has made provision that an election shall be held on the first Monday of October in each year, "for the Representatives in the Legislative Assembly;" but there is no provision for sn appor...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 14 August 1858

fontia of mem- Satirday MorniB. Aug. 11. 1858. ' '. Lttny of ths Press. . if br the liberty of the press we understand he liberty of discussing the propriety of ' iic measure D Political opinions, let us Hve u much of it u you please; bat if a meant At forty efdfrotUiW, calumniating and dtfam Mtat another, I, for my part, own myself will Vut witn mx Bb&re ?f ifc whenever onr l jUturs hall please to alter the law ; and ebeerfully consent to exchange my liberty ' , posing others for the privilege of not being jsd mie.-rranm. The Election. -The election returns continue to arrive, fencing continuation of the same cheer io reports a given last week. From all puts of the Territory, save in the large town?, we hear of a small vote, owing to the high waters which prevailed on that dav. VV have no donbt the vote, will fill foil 3,000 below its real strength, from this cause alone. docglas conrrr. Prop. repd. Prop. Aed. Liwrence, L-jcumpton, Fni.ttin, Bloomington, Endora, prairie City, P...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 14 August 1858

": : . TJss the Feh. ' ' " jr J. "E. CAaPEVTEfc. Use the pen, there's roadie ia it, .: V Never let it lag behind ; Write thy thougaf. the pea ean win jt " ' " From theebas of theiaind. " Many a gem is lost forever - By the careless paaaer-by ; But the gemsef thought should nerer On the mental pathway lie. - Ue not the pen. reck not that others ' Take a higher flight than thine; Many aa ocean ware still smetiiers Pearls of price beneath the brine ; Bat tho direr find the treasure. . And the gem of light ia brought. . - 80, thy mind's unbounded measure ." May give np urns pearl of thought. Use the pea. the day' departed When the sword, alone, held sway. Wielded dt the lion-hearted. . Strong ialuiule! where are they? ... ' All unknown the deed of giory Done of old by mighty men. Save the few who live in story. Chronicled by Sages' pen. Use the pen, the Snn above ns, By whose aid tbe chemist's art Stamps the tonus of those who lore as. Showing us oar counterpart; Cannot hold a higher po...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 August 1858

Tcrms-Two Dollars Per AnnumIn Advance. " TRUTH CBUSHE9 TO ?iETH SEilL EISK AGAIS." A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subject!. "BY G. W. BROWN & CO. ' - LAWRENCE, KANSAS; AUGUST 21. 1858. . . . ' NUMBER 1. VOLUME 4. y Trom t&e CaneauivOU Courier. ' ' Wearr. IT XB3. 4. . XA80S. I am weerr. oh ! so weary Of this ceaseless round of mis ; Brjf ntt days are long and dreary, Woo 1 night's repose in rain. Sights anreaUepeetres gaunt, i : , Mock me, laugh, deride and haunt. gborn of strength. I lie repining. - All my energies are fled, H Ws dear star is dim'r shining. Courajre. faith and will are dead. Halin. thou dearest earthly treasure. Where thou'rt not, there's naught of pleasure. jUl the (ring-time, quickly fljing, Half toe glorious summer days Garnered with the past are lying. Yet no sonc of gratefel praise For these gifts, my soul his quickened Hope deferred my heart hath sickened. Sabbath beUs no longer, ringing. Call me to the home of prater; Word of peace from haen spr...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 August 1858

GEO. XV. BBOWXt Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. 8ATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 21, 1858. TERVS- . PER AKKm. IH ADVAJfCE ITr U t Pre" tb Ple's rla-fcta malatala TJaaw'S W party, aaa liiriW4 S fata. P1ea aat t Tratk. ta Utorty ana Law, a Far away aa. ma4 Fear aaaD aw. - Wo Itemed? but in Congress; It lias been suggested that jo the ab-' sence, of. an apportionment for the next Legislature the people may hold an elec tion under the - last apportionment A friend has suggested that the State of New York adopted a similar line of poli cy on a certain occasion, and was sus tained in it Toy the Courts. "We appre hend that the Courts in Kansas would decide that the cases were not parallel; that iu the case of New York the people were sovereign ; that there was no other remedy; no poirer to fall back upon to correct a defect of legislation, and, hence, though not strictly legal, yet they would sustain it from necessity. The govern ment of .Kansas is a delegated one, de riving all its authority, not from th...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 August 1858

c.mIU 3Iniis? log 21, 1858, lilxitr of the Press. . jv, liberty of the press we indent! t the liberty of discussing the propriety of t tagnita and political opinions, let us V B8Ch of it as loa please ; bat if it into Wubit fafti9' calumniating and defam 'U0toiX. L fr 011 Prt own mjSlf w6rt vitb my hre of it whenever oar w" shall please to titer the Uw ; and Teheerfully eonsent to exchange my liberty 'jbsiinx Aers for th P"Tile5 of 004 bein " Sflll Harping. j u an axiom that a thief is always 8 first and loudest to cry " stop thief." Ee who has been guilty of any wrong, to a rft suspicion from himself, joins in an in fix susoicion upon another. jfiavaman has innocently lost his life the scaffold through the perjury of those 3o were aim yutfy crime, and who rioull hate atoned for it with their lire. Hen who wish to appear before the pub- He is exemplars of piety, are quite apt to denounce all others as wanting piety. Xfcej seem to think themselres a sort of it: luzdtfd, by which all ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 21 August 1858

BT H. T. CARPEXTEB. Give ra"! the drink which nature distill, ''J Djep in theh'sartcf the mountain; Which gushes Forth in rparkLrgriils.' , From it never failir.g fountain; quaffed. There' Iiealth in the ri ran jut. when freely And it fr?es the heart from anguish; ' . . - Ar-1 it cool the brain. aj summer's rain - Cool j the earth and il iwen that Langussh. How sweet to the car the sound ii makes. ver the precipice rushir-g I Or win-Hg ei'ly through meadow brakes, - . Or sp fr;m the g"en ward guhiag; For-verlorgit barsasorir Of prf t the sirji n Giver. ..- -.Who g ive f e the ear' h. of pricels worth, - Ihe fountain, and hill, and river. Wbne'iT'?sto'fh month the parched tongue! When fe"er within is rsgirig! Words have not told, nr pt sung. . TIjw ewpct L the dntrpht. bow asusging; Then fancy teems with gWinn3 dreams Of water in derti welling Of grwyn moss that elicg to rocky rprings, ' '. ' And of rillj to rivers swelling I - Then give me the drink which nature distills, , Deep in ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 28 August 1858

1 J i vt: Terms:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. WRUTfl CSUSHED TO EAIiTH SHALL RISE AGAIN." A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN& CO. . LAWRENCE, KANSAS, AUGUST 28, 1858. . NUMBER 5.VOLTJME 4. ocfttj. T.TWT TritteoBceipi of Cynu TV. FiAtTn Jpale jMnowxiag th of Vu MhttUic TtU- jrjpi, ' ST D. BKTHCVR DCPF1XI.D.: Lift op roar bead. jr everlasting hills ! , Ye sleeping thanders cf the mountain topt, And forests toc1 with the moaniDg pine, Vewui?ed winda, that sweep the roaring main. Com join jour long with etearn Magaraa Antnneful ehoruaof the river tides. And lilver cbimiflaof the rippling rilla; Let cur wide Continent unite to swell The world' eiad an lb em on this happy day; -for roof h old Ocean, wild with all hu norms, . At laftfalls eonquercd in his own domain I A modem Crrug now, with Titian chain. -Come not m Xerxes scourging his proud waves. Bat bendd the vanquished captive to his will; . Ehold ! the conquered monarch of the deep, Ai thro" the ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 28 August 1858

GEO. AV. BttOWJT, Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, AUG. 23, 1853. TESH.W.O PEB ATJiCM, I3T AITAJTCE Htre hll the Preaa th felea richU mhtali Caaw'd fcy s-arty, krtkea fcy ! , flrea kat Tratk. t IJkerty Law, - IT FTr r . and fr fhaU awe. Stick Together. "Who are those who are now laboring to dismember the great Free State party, and who are they who are representing that others have been treacherous to that party ? Header, cast your eyes over Kan sas, and they are seen at a glance. There is Mr. V aug han, of the Leavenworth Times, who, until less than a year ago, was a resident of Chicago. He came to Kansas after the great battle for freedom bad been fought, risking nothing in the combat, but coming in at the last hour, and demanding that his voice should be beard above those who had suffered every thing in the contest, and now he wishes to crowd the true men of those times aside, to make room for himself. The Tkachers, of the Republican ! One came here a little over a yea...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 28 August 1858

LAWRENCE, K. T. Sitarday Horaiss, Ae?. 28, 1858. Uberty of the Pwi. w br the Kbertf of the press we understand Li, the liberty of discussing the propriety of measures and politic! opinions, let u P. u mach of it a yoa please ; bat meant rt Mf oafroiig. calumniating and dean- aMother, I, for my part, own myself will- . -wh mv share of it whenever our .""-.utiirs shall please to alter the law; and h3 cheerfully consent to exchange my liberty jtajinc others for the privilege of not being baJed mscii. - . 0- Probably before the next number of the Eeraldof freedom goes to press, tbe editor will be on his way East, to visit Ij old friends in Pennsylvania, and to close op important pecuniary transactions which have been neglected for the past four years. Heretofore he has felt that he eouli not be spared, for even a few weeks. torn his post; but now, when freedom is tr.amphant, and the destiny of Kansas is folly established, a snort time among loved friends, who have done much to t Kourage...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 28 August 1858

, j ' Timely Poetry.' The Lawrence Republican, two weeks ago, established it point, that "basinets is very brisk in Lawrence," by statics that "one of oar drag stores did a heavier business the week pre vious than at any prior time since its establish ment." As it is understood that?a was the principal article sold, it Is presumed the follow ing will he interesting to the endorsers of tho fpuUkan.' It is dedicated to "' , the crrr of the agce. ' -Br a route obseure and lonely. Traveled now br stages only, nds a city dark aad dreary, here the traveler, tired and weary. ; , Jlm Dy tne people pale and sallow, , ' ith voicej groin, and coarse, and hollow. And their eyes look wild and sunken, A nd they ac t like people dru nke o; Here at night, or noon, or mornicg, Without a moment's warning. That horrid thing will take yon, And 'twill shake you.yea 'twill shake you; . Shake with it once, you'll shake forever, ' f I oull stop shaking never, never! It shakes the tops from off the houses, ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 4 September 1858

OP F1I1DOM V; v.. J 1 1 il jf rms-.T wo Dollar Per AnnumIn Adrancc. "TRUTH CECSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN." . A Family Newspaper Independent on All Subjects. "BY G. Yt. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SEPT. 4, 1858. NUMBER 6.VOLUME4 fbr tK Berald of FrtvUrm. Oh! th Mora for Me. T (LIZAS ITU M. F. DIXTOW. Ph. the Mora for me 1 when her (olden light On the Eastern ski is (learning; re tb woodland choir Has attuned the lyre. Or the world with life U teeming. ffhen the stars trow dim and forsake the iky, And the Queen of night if sleeping; When the waking flow'r. From its tinr bow'r Like a timid child if peeping. When the elondleti pans, while they blush reply To the snn's warm, earnest greeting; And the night winds rude To the solitude Of their day homes are retreating. Though the countless, quivering beams of noon Are forever in commotion: Though they dance with glee. On the earth and sea. And the islands of the ocean. When the burning earof the day God rests. While the bidden ho...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 4 September 1858

GEO. W. BKOWX, Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. 8ATURDAY MORNING, SEP. 4, ISbS. TERM .0 PER 1KXCX, IM ADVANCK litre ahall the Preaathe PepteaH;ataBalatalB Uaew'S ay amrtr ea4 eaerlara' ex galav Pleacta aat la Tratk, ta Llaertr mmi Law, ffa Favaaevara aa. aad aa Fear aaall awe. Mr. Phillips on Polities. In the New York Tribune of Ad gust 20th, Mr. Phillips ha favored the read ers of the Tribune with what he terms, the "What then 1" or in other word., "all the present aspects of the case." He proceeds to say, "we have two kinds of National Democrats." The first say, "let us remain as a Territory ;" "the lat ter declare that the Lecompton Constitu tion was not defeated; that it was only the ordinance that was roted on, and that Le compton, in all its naked deformity, comes tip at the next session of Congress, and that Buchanaan must drum it through." We venture to say that this last hit of information will he new to most people in this Territory. We do not mean to say that the statement is un...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 4 September 1858

$6 gegjj of Ifoefofy " Lawrence, k. t. gitirday Mornlflffi Sep. 4 1858. Libmr of th Fr. u hi the 1'bertr f the 'rM w" "nderstand I, the HbertJ of discussing the propriety of aieesures ud political opinion.. Ut as , much of it u you pleas. ; but mavu lLf oafronting, ealumniating and iefam- MOiutlur. I. for my part, own myself will W rt with ml share of it whenever our !;Ltor AM pleM 10 lter the Uw! nd fjebeerfully consent to exehang my liberty 'fittrin other, for the priviloge of not being pj-Mr. Bbowjt, instead of starting jjgt, iood after our last issua, found him rt!f wholly prostrated ty a ferer, which mucked him several days before the paper vli worked off. He is (till confined to vjj room, and quite unable to give any itention to bis business affairs. It is probable that bis contemplated visit East rll be abandoned for the season, unless lii recovery should be rery speedy. Thank. Owine to tbe unlocked for illness of the editor, tho complimentary invita tion of the Committee of ...

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

' row Butler' t Sete Poem. v A Tribuia to Woman. The patient, perfect women 1 A they climb. With bleeding feet, the flinty erags of Time, -Nor for the praise of man, or earth's renown. They bear the cross mni wear the martyr'scrnwn: Thoutjh(ueenly medal, lumped with Royal Their humMe toil to endless honor wed : Thouth. like a bow of Hope, their fame is bent, From side to side of each broad Continent', And pictnred Volume, with its tinted page. Bears their mek feat ores to the coming Age; A higher joy their gentle spirits reap, W hero, all unknown, their silent watch they keep, , Far from the echo of the world's applause. Through sultry noon. or midnight sdreary pause; W herehclpIe'sinfunt.gAiiptheirpantang breath. Cradled in sorrow and baptized with Death ; Or strong men. tossing, with deliriou lips. In fever tempests and the mind's eclipse. Plunge through the starless storm, like founder ing ships; Or Old Age, shrinking from the tyrant's clutch. Feels, through the darkness, for the...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 11 September 1858

i.lA j J OP FREEDOM. t 'A i f ! . , t Term:--Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO KABTH SHALL RISK AGAIN. A Family Newspaper Independent on AH Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, SEPT. 11, 1858. NUMBER 7. VOLUME 4. The Mother. Aioftening fhouehtof other inn, A Mint linked to hour When life was all too brwht for tears. And hope sang wreathed with flowers; memnrr of atfections fled. Of voices beard no more; Stirred in mjr spirit wheo I read, That name of fondness o'er. 0 swtiar.' In that magic word What Iotm and joy combined t Vbt hopes, too olt,alas, deferred! What watching griefs are thine! Yetnever. till the hour we roam, ity worldlf thralls oppree't, Lesrn we to prize that holiest home, A tender mother's breast. Ten thousand pnuren at midnight poured Beside our eouch of woes; The wasting weariness endured To Kiften oo r repose: While murmur never marked thv tongue. Nor toils relaxed thy care! H"W, mother, in thy heart o strong;. To pity and forbearl...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 11 September 1858

CEO. W. BBOWXi Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS, SATURDAY MMLVIXG, ,SEP. 11, 1358. TERMS tx.O TEN 1X.XC1I.I1I AaVCASOF Here Sail ttie PnatlH Peaelc'a rlate asalatala reawM ay party. aeS a-aerf aed ay a-ala, ridxreettaTrata.tal.lartraa4Law, e Paver aware aad aa War ahall awe. ' A Brief fieri rw. From the organization of the Territory to the present, two parties have existed in Kansas the Free State and Pro-slavery parlies. Prior to the election of the 30th March, 1855, there were some wlio claimed to be conservative, and acted with neither party ; but the legislation resulting from that election, the persecution following it, destroyed all middle ground, and . drove all persons either into one or the other of these parties. The late elections have established, be yond all controversy, that Kansas roust be Free State. Xot only do the members of the Pro-slavery party here in the Ter ritory acknowledge it, but their leading abettors iu the system of ruffianly inva sions into our Territory, are ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 11 September 1858

r 0 ?1 of liUee inlral from olved ntion tedom, andott ifthii ,speri LAWRENCE. K. T. TjbsrtT of tns Ftw. ... . .1 . J 4 J I If b th. liberty -"-" 9 theUb.ru oi o. . propnew o. -Uia aessures u -r. , . J 1 . 1 MtiniAM la - I r u ch f u roB p,e8; but ul lib! of a fronting, calumniating and defam. Z, one anoM. I. f"r w Part- auself wi'J M . 1 I J to prt ' mI sears ol 11 wnenever oar I ,lC.i.tf)r shsll please to o-lter tbo law; and rtnehwrfniir consent to exchange my liberty ,f bo(ioc others for th prirUec of not beinc .k.wd uilf-w4"- i Til. I J.Jin Calhoun, of candle-box notoriety, - . . . I .rPBOrted.in the Nebraska Aw or a late .it ;n.,,i .t.nnrv,-.nfi- awithhavins.aid.atasupperrecentlj riven bim at Nebraska City, that "he was tfapm-slavtry man, but had voted in the I T- K. fWitution tW were then IfJ' !? , frjming sr Constitution." i enmanondent of the Star of Kmnire. I WhO IX19 UIUIOOU A iUCUIVCl VI VUQ I i ' . K i m sail H aV M am has aF t. 1 Coutitutional Convention," calls the atte...

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