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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

1 he "Lawaxd On»Eii!' PinTr.—On Mondayi week, the Legislature of Louisiana was to assem- \ ble tinder the Constitution. The Senate, Democratic \ by a majority of t>vo: met and was fulljrorganized. I Iu the House, Whig b, a nominal majority of four. ! ^.quorum was not at any tirrie during the day \ ¦trfflim tlie bar. It recjuircd 50 to form a quonrai, butSat no time were there riiore than 40, all Democrats TMt four. The rest of the Whigs, (except ; the WlSgdeiegation from §t. Lindry, ivhich had .i not arrived-in the city,) wa4 iu the city and in the j State Housevjard, but woufd. not form a quorum, lest a Democlatic Speaker might be eledted. The i Democrats- continued in session, and in vain sent for the seceding^Whigs^-biit they obstinately, and factiously held otn. violated their solemn obligations, and defeated tfita. organization jof the House. This is itpt the! first U*e.thajl the^la^. a&d (irdef'' Whig party has factibilsV defeated DVattempted tt> defeat...

Publication Title: Lancaster Intelligencer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

MfftftlMNlpitl Convention. W« . have, the proceedings oi the Democratic State Convention of Miseifsippi; which assembled at Jackson. Ex-Governor MeNutt presided, awl the lollonjng Electorallictet was nominated: For.. JStaow.irt ( orjeWjoseph WVChalniere. Alex. 0, McNfltt. ,uv >- v . ; - ¦ - '-¦ "-. ¦ ' •„ Dist. 1. Daniel B. Wright-; 2. 'Geo. W. I. Smith; 3. - \V\W. McWillie; 4/3TTC Ventiisa. No choice for President was indicated, Hon. R. J. Waiees having decliriel to be presented. 1We JacWsb^cofrespbiiaent of the ' YuAtbutg iSexiiitefisiysjthat . tht Convention carefully avoided any expression of preference in regard to the candidatei for Presidency ot Vice'Presidency, to be iominatea at Baltimore,-btt ' t that the impression is, that in a vote, the favorites would have been Boc«a»an and QciraiAS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

iv trust THE ELECTION! TO DAT! e none ot om- Democratic friends will' neglect going to the polls To Di*. and depositing his vote for the regularly, nominated ticket, found at the head of our columns. The candidates are all good men and true, deserving of public confidence, and well -qualified to discharge the duties of the places for which they are-respectively named. Although our Federal ojjponerfts, conscious of their own weakness, have not ventured to inise an opposition ticket, yet the regular nominations may at the eleventh hour be opposed by intkpcndeiil candi' li!e«, which is Federalism under unotheraid more 'ungcrous guise. The, ticket—the whole ticket—and nothing but the ticket—should be • thi watchword of every Democrat to-day. . [ : ¦ ' -; ]

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

JVeivgpajter Lan. Incase pf .a Buit for fraud, the Goorgia. .courts have decided that refusing to take a newspaper from the office^ or going away ond-leavingit uncalled for until all arrearage! are paid, is prima facie evidence of intentional frauj. This is both sound law and equity. Ko practice can possibly betray a greater evidence of fraudulent intention, than trial so much, in vogue among newspaper palrom, of receiving a paper for many yisara, then suddenly movuig off to parts unknown, without liqnidating airearoges, cp j even notiJyjn.g the «litor of the removal. We arc glad to see ^ triat the judicial tribun»lg of the counfry place a prpper estimate upon such conduct. ' Tag Vas Ness' Cm*.—The Supreme Court Have decided th' at -MtcCanndr wi» not !iin. Vaii - Kess. and so her claim upon the estate falls.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

' ¦cUtiylkUl County for Buchanan. Ouwjosuuro. Jan. 21,1818. Our regular Democratic County Convention met in this place to-day* und from every borough anil township in the county the attendance was numerous. Chibi-es FiiAitEr, Esq., was appointed Senatorial Delegate to the 4di of March Convention—Thomas Foster and Kkxxedt Robijtsox, Representative Delegates, with instructions to support the nomination of Ja^ is Buciusas, for the next Presidency. The utmost harmony prevailed throughout, and but one feeling was exhibited.— The only rivalry that I could discover wa. *. wl\o was the hest friend of Mr. Buchanan. I did not see or hear of a nian, opposed to him.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Highly Interesting from Yucatan. Jiy the overland express .we have New ^Orleans papers to the 'i' -M" inst.,' "through1 which we Heal ii that the brig Salvadora, with dates from Havaiia to the,.10th inst., had arrived. ' \ There had been an arrival at! Havana from Yucatan with datesto December 25th. Congress met on the 21st, at Meridai and received a message from the Governor giving a- deplorable account of the state of affairs on the peninsula. The Governor had entered into, arrangements with Zetina, the chief of a recent revolutionary ittemptj by which he was to receive eight hundred dollars and join the Yucatan commissioners at Washington. Stipulations had also been made with other ofri-:ers, compromised with Zetina, and thus all xivil dissensions had been quelled.,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Appointment* by the Governor. utntionti CuiMrxtTs, Esq., re-appointed Atlor-. nry General of the Commonwealth; linwva. j Shaepj'er, to be Associate Judge for . the county of Lancaster. - ' I D*vn Bnr.ok, for the county of Blair. Jobs H. BnouaE.in, for the county of Pike. James Mrorniui for the county of Wayne. Fh{bhm Festos, lor .Montgomery. JloBtnT M-LsB, to be Recordei) of the Mayer's . Osurt of Philadelphia. t . These appointments were on Tuesday last confumed by the Senate, in Executive sc-ision.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

(¦ Ri'»6ii8 op Peace. ^—Rumors of a pfeace-^of a treaty of iieace--rof apnfet j of'peace-^te sb rif e today in; the city; andiji^ the Capitol, that we, think it oiir duty to state there is rip nfflc&i account to confirm these rumorsl We have more than once stated that Mr. Trist has no power or instructioils to treat with the. Mexicans. But no treaty, or\ | projetoi one, has jbcenreceived. • •' " ¦ - •• ' [-. ¦ ¦ ¦ \ | " The Washington correspoiidents have senftheisc rumoTS to all' poihts. ' of. the cbmpasi. One jeiiii goe ' ssofai ast p say: that, hi is prepared, " to ' .We a ' neace, tvritjcii on JTSper or parcbinent,serit;inti>;the Senate, api ratified-;by: Congress,.- But .thia^statcmentis certainly premature—<fru«4. Union, Jan. 27.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Kew York Democratic Convention. 1 his body adjourned at Albany on Friday. Before the adjournment, Mr. Chstox, from the committee, reported the name3 of Presidential electors for the State at large, as followa: CixiBiiii j>. Whitb, of New York: Hzsux J. Restiels, of Genesee.. The report was received with applause, and unanimously adopted. The districts were called, and the names of electors were proposed b y delegates, for each, under the resolution heretofore adopted; : .' - , ' ; ' " , ' . CyHiS; Juniata Register raises the BceuSAj; Sag or the neitPresidency.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

";"Siwi»fr" ' ™i ' 'fem^^tor^-;^yioig. : itj(>«l&eifee to theattaiksmade oil hiVpoernv" Hoiiis'of itdl^rsi" said: 'vfhere isJ np!ma«(tmvevM.tMcthe^ye<i " or iiifvileis, who would hotsmartundertlielpiowled ge thai he was hejd|iup in cyeri.fi^y eppiei^ ainewspapep;'ttiere:Ji£^however, no pne Dutra.yery thin skinned fool who would, as ' the phrase goesstop a paper- beeaaie irdi*Bot-cHimtl in: with'^B "ihis: notione, or b^eauK it attacked him. ; \V3iatfiveTrfoibte I may have.Iam not gujlty of ithis miserable foolery.'' .\v:i ¦ ,} ¦ ;*%!!! .-:k'-.' ' " ¦ . ¦ i.-.-.-.i-','-i-;'.-tr;'v '?-i-tir::?i :'! I ' - . . '•'" " ' ' '•-•" "^- *'*><; BobWo-wiko.—Don' t borrow unless you ate, obligedto. It is generally epealdng, vexing- '* tb the lender; suit is tbe end unpr«fitabl».1o th« borrower

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Sntttftgewtt ^jgggji. I»anca«itWj *8r*w *'Wr a^ W-j jl ' . ¦ OF-PENNSYLVANIA. ] [Subjettto the decision of a National Convention.} ~ V'Wginltlo i'iiirnft?iH 'j;ijiiP"]lr'i.«'ri.r r'ii . y • "t\ -rL m •*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Texas ana tbe Presidency. With pleasure .we notice in the Nacogdqthet Tuna rite proceedings of a democratic meeting held in San Augustine nn the 18th December, to take the necessary* step to have a ' timeljr'State Convention ibr the purjiose of appointing delegates to the National Convention. -Every county in tbe State- will probably follow this-movement , and send delegates, to the Convention proposed to be held in Austin : on the fourth Monday in January. In addition to ajipointing delegatesto Baltimore , an electoral ticket will be nominated.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Centre County for Buchanan. llKiiBrosxE, Jan. 25,1318. Our county delegation have appointed Dr. I»i D. Cixfibid delegate to the 1th of March Convention, with instructions to support the nomination of Hon. J.iMta Brctus-is for President. Spirited resolutions were jatsed. At the same time a war meeting was held in the Court House. Col. Bunssmt reported the resolutions, and ably addressed the meeting, as did B. Kcsh Petrikes, Esq. There was a small flare up on the Wilmot Proviso, which it no go with ua. ¦ .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

were elected ' '"^^^imiieifiana^tiliity. " ':i '^^ The TowiisB^uelegajeB 10 . Cumberland counW-Oli lit Saturday, arid ineet . in eon' v«n«o&:! 4*wB«r4 "^ y-T'* A telegraphicdMpt^1 ' to.^«f SMfftOTVr^&!^lK£ eveningc fi«m*a WJ^ftSp^^tSV ^s^ai.hearafejm/Uie' dell^i&'^S^I^Sw-BSclwtiln^d' for t)el|fe 82 " ; to he§r ftont" ' . ' . '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Rejection of Juttee mill. The Federal Senate of Pennsylvania have again rejected Judge Nill. of the Chester srad Delaware district. Our correspondent " ficfonn.'^n his able article on the Judiciary, suggests the remeitv for all such factious proceedings—the election of Jtujjrcby the People. We trust, the time is not tUr ilttant. when the Constitution of Pennsylvania will be so changed.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

CauniEo Member of the Bail—There was a beat crowd in the Boston Court of Common Pleas, ^n Friday last, to hear the debut argument of Robert Morris , ^r.^a^- oiindicpl^edjiaaii^who studied law in the office of Ellis,.G. /Lpring. . Tie Post says he got'through weH^betterthan thWverafe of " pale faces. . " s ' ¦ ' " ': ' .. ... . ,;. .. : " . ' ' " '1 .'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

¦ " ¦7? " TOSSi^fe tafei-est., ' . . " T^c^8^r is^argi'|Jii<»^jtate«,t th»t tlie bill ap-1Bppriai^ gg vnUjoiitMi doBars.for. the -payment °it teS?^WJ^45&1 eW.j.nW* st .9n " the funded djehtoK^tStaJe^aa.^aEsed both branchea of the .. " tegWWH?v: ' ' ii^' - ' v U.: .:<-i'-i: • • ¦ ¦ ' ¦ .'- ¦ -:.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Whig Caucus at Washington. WisHisoTO.v, Jan. 28, 18-1&. The whig caucus this evening determined to re. :ommend a national convention for the nomination )f President and Vice President. No time or place ,-et designated. . :, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

' Steajcbpat Biibst:-^-Forty ime ' f/Supplied (0 hate been Zoir-The steamboat Yaliabushaivas-destrbyedby fire on'Hhe ifitK irtstant, wnile oh her . ^ey-ito' n^^'lU>^tp.'^^r|Me^hsV^^e'jr^KV to.slate that ho less than Jbrty?peisonsaremippOTed to haveI p st^heir Uveirb' y thisinelancholyaccirlent.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lancaster Intelligencer — 1 February 1848

Louisiana I*. S. Senator. Two ineffectual attempts to elect a U.S.Senator have been made by the Legislature of Louisiana. Each time there was a tie vote. Jou.v Siroiti is the Democratic and Mr. Rushes the Federal candidate. , ' . . ; -

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