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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 17 April 1855

KNING STAR. STRUCK! The world hardly knows aught of the vari ety of Genius with which th* conductor of a newspaper neoe^serily becomes acquainted We receive. perhaps, a dosen effusions dailj of a o 1am fairly '-sampled" in th* lamentatior we publish below Our tender sympathy moves us to do all we oan for the essentlall] :ove-sick, *e we print the following, precisely ?w written: FOB THI STAK. TO MIS8 BETTIE, 0? A . Wilt thou not jpvt vent to a sigh When I am tar away from thee, Nor let a tear riffuse thine eye, Or a thought be entertained of ia? ? Thou the rruel words have spoken. Which nought could ever have excelled ; And a devoted heart hath hrokea? Where pe.u-e and happiness once dwelled. And as the uroe im drawing near For bidding a long and last adieu, To one whoae name shall evrr be dear, Is it with pleasure regarded b/ you? On thinking w? ne'er more shall meet, Has filled full ruy cup of sorrow ; While to you the thought is sweet, That we part forever to-morn w May he tc who...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 April 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) At tks Star BunLdtng, corner Pennsylvania mv&nue and E'eventk stmt, By W. D. WALLACH, WW be wni.d to wbeeriben m the cltiee of Waah ln0tMi, Georvetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Philadelphia, at MX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pajahle week*? to the Agents- To mail rabecribera th? subooapUon price is THREE DOLLARS AND FIFTY CENTS a year tai admcmc*, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. G^-Sinou oortu orb Oirr# VOL. V. p?r - t . 1 ? < WASHINGTON, D. C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18. 1855. NO. 714. i.1 <J? Kb*, jv?nr? bANAHAK, PASTOR OP THE EXETER STREET, M. E. CHURCH.-A ?trong desire to benefit the afflicted indnccs him thus to cenify. We chalenge any other medicino ?n present such & dim of testimony from gentlemen ?pd ladies of high standing of our own weil-knnwn T.1? temlifJr of cure" <* COUGH, RRON CUITIS, RHEUMATISM. DYSPEPSIA, fcc. ^ , Baltiborr, January 24th, 1865. Hern t. Mortnnmr tf Mowbray :...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 April 1855

' VEXING STAR. ASHIJIOTON OJTY: WBDN ?T DAY mJiEIOOW April 18, The Star lk Baltimore.?Mr. Joh* L. Cokxollt is the agent for the Star in Baltimore, and will nerre any one wish ing it every afternoon. 4>er8^ns eub? scribing will bear in mind that he alorn can collect the subscription money. 'PLclit or ia* mjAiso f&iu The InttUUgeueer, oomraenting on a lettei in th? Journal of Commfc*, iiji : 4* Tht grave nature of the intimations in the above letter oontin^ .rem a source geaor ally careful and reliable, would inspire us with mneb anxiety abtu. .bo intentions of the Government and the hii*rd? of oollision in the Cuban wa'ers if we thought it possible th'.t the Administration could hare given authority to Commodore McCauley to oommit an act of war on an armed \ e<sel of a friendly Power for "bringing to'* or "visiting' an American vessel Mmply to fcfvertain her na tionality and peaceful enarscter. As gentle Dei all learned in tit law, the President and every member of the Cabi...

Publication Title: Evening Star
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 April 1855

K V\ NITO STAR. Local Intelligence. Watch Stcffiso ?Toward the close of last week en* of oar oitisens. Mr Kamsden Peee while walking briskly for the benefl; 0f his Health?a median* he finds to be more ser viceable than the pills, lotions, and powders of *he apo heoary?was brought to a belt by a wspectably dressed person and of go'd *d Sharper Ne I. He produced from his pocket a watch, apparently *?ld ."J'ng " Lxcu^e me, sir; hereV a fine time keeper.very valuable. indeed. I hare been suddenly called upon tj leave the-city on business; bnt having expended my aoiey it watch Yoc bare ^ m h"Ddredu *Bd tw?nty dull an?for 1 k gc shook hia head Celling him He bad no Money, and coald not therefore pur chase it. sharper No. 1 insisted on a business transaction, but at this point without avail, bo Sharper No 1 left Mr Pegg. the latter re-. suming bis journej and walking swiftiy, as if to compensate for lost time He had proceeded Dut a few rods when he was again interrupted , by an individual,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 18 April 1855

EMNG STAR. 8?ame?thi waking A lady run?> loioiow white bisr, Where a youth lay pale and dead. And she took the veil from her undo wad head, And binding e?w, in hi* war she said? Awaken ' for I am here She ??ad, with a wile, lo a wild wood near, Wftiere the Ihmw were barr> n and bare ; An.I *Oe tapped on the b .rk wnh h?r fingers fair, And she called to the leave* that were buried there, Awaken! for I an here. Th? bird* beheld her witlmut fear, Aa ?11e walked through the doping detl* ; As "he breathed ?n their downy citadels, And she said to the young in their i>ory shells? Awaken. lor I aa here. On the gravs of the Howe r* she dropped a tear, Rut with hope aifll joy like us; And, even as the Loid to Lazarus, Hhe railed on th? slums'ring sweet ftow'r thus? Awaiten! for I am here. To the lilies that lay in the silver mere, To the ret ds by the golden pond ; To the moss that rounded the marge beyond, She spoke, in her voice to soft and fond? Awaken ! for 1 am here. The violet ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 April 1855

THE EVENING STAR PCBUSBXD EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY.) 1 At ftft* Star Butldivg, rorn&r P<mnnrlv+$*a ?wkim and E evtntk By w. D. WALLACH, Wll be aenred to rahacribera in the cities of Waab Inftna, Gt-orfptown, Alexandria, Baltimore and pMUdetphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, pajraMe weekly to the Agenta. To mail aobacribera th? NtHripdmi price ia THREE DOLLARS AND FlfTY CENTS a year in advmnee, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tor T HKEE MONTHS. (^Binu conaa on OBKT. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., THURSDAY, APRIL 19. 1855. REV. JOHN LANAHAN, PASTOR OP THE EXETER STREET, M E. CHURCH.-A strong desire to benefit the afflicted induce* turn thus to cer if*. We chal enge any other medicine to present such a mam of tes<imony from gentlemen and ladies of high standing of our own weil-known citizens. who testify of cures of COUOH, BRON LUITIS, RHEUMATISM DYSPEPSIA, Ac. Baltimore, January 24th,1855. Momrt. Mortiwver t( Mowbray: I Ukr pleasure in Having to yon that I have...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 April 1855

1 VENING STAR. \ SUINUTON liTY: THURSPAY AJT?KHOOH April 19. GZf Apvkrtisbmknts should be handed In by 12 o'clock, M., otherwise they may ?ot appear until the next day. Job Piikting.?The public are in formed that we are now prepared te exe cute job printing In all its varieties, from cards, ball tickets, 4c., to (show bill) posters and book woHt, as well and aa low as at any other office in Washington, and with equal dispatch. Give us a call. AGENTS FCK TL? STAB. The following persons are authorized to contract for the publication of adver tisements in the Star: Philadelphia?V. B. Palmer, N. W. corner of Third and Chestnut streets. New York?S. M. Pottlngill & Ck>. Nassau street. Boston V. B. PA.LMBR, Scollay's Building. r'Vl*n Olf fcOdKISu PR&B.:, The Unxon is indignant at the prospect of the removal of Judge Loring by the Massa chusetts Legislature for faithfully executing the fugitive slate law, saying : "The fugitive slave law, pass?d tn accor dance with the solemn gua...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 April 1855

KV^NING STAR. Local Intelligence. A Deligbtpil Trip?Tbb Fisbiko Sborx? Th k Uraad Plasc ?had DihuBb at tbb Wbitb Uocsk ?A number of oar prominent citisens participated, yesterd ty, in the festivi tiei attending tbe annuil opening of tbe W hite House Pavillion?a delightful summer resort on the western hank of the Potomac, about twenty miles distant from Washington. The party went down in the line stealner Ihomss CcHyer, 'un^er the command of Captain Ged ney,) which had been chartered for the occa sion, and wai gaily docortied with national flags. Tbe weather was moat propitious?a fairer or lovelier day never dawned, to glad den the heart of a man, or to brighten the faoe of nature. Oar own limpid and beaatiful Potomac was calm and tranquil as tbe sleep of innocence, ruffled only by the sporting jtaveleta that were chased upon its bosom by gentle and *ool'ng aephjrs. xne company reached the White House about noon, after a delightful run of two hours, daring which an abundance of good ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 19 April 1855

? V.N1NU STAR. The Boston correspondent of the Chris tian Inquirer, in his recent notiee of the ao. aient Quaker burial ground, in the rear of the Trao*.ript Buildia* in Congresa atreet, says that u be walked away from the apot where the Uboror* ezhumeu the bosea of the Qua kera. bis miad was upon the scene depioted in the foliowiag linea which were originally publisaed in a Philadelphia paper aome years aince The faot upon which the poem ia founded is a verity It u true that this single worshipper went for muny yeara alone to hia place of worahip. THE SOLITARY WORSHIPPKB single member of ih?- Society of Friends, iu Boston, went tt? the r place of worship s?tn?- years *11 hit fellow woohipp-rs were dead. Alone and -ilent ther. lie ?at, Wi hin th- b<>u?e of piayer, Where once with hint his brethr* n met In ailent wo ship there. Thev all had gone?the young and old Were gathered to th- dead; He xaw no more th ir friendly looks, He heard no more their ir-ad. Ve' still he loved, as...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 April 1855

THE EVENING STAR PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, (EXCEPT SUNDAY,) At ek# Star BmUdwf, corner D vn <m*niu mrd E rvcnth Br w. D. WiLLlCH, Ml b? ?'T^d to subscribe in Uia cltie? of Wuk tattoo, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Rrilarielphia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENT8, payable weekly m the Afrent*. To mnii mbaoriben th? wribaaription price ij THREE DOLLARS AND PLTTY CENTS a year In advance, TWO DOL LARS fbc 8IX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR tor THREE MONTHS. Q^Sitoli conn osi ?but. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1855. NO. 716. REpvJJ2!,JlLA^atf*:if' pastor of the EXETER STREET, M. E CHURCH A ?iron* desire to benefit the afflicted induce? h<m thusi to cerif<. We ch*l enge any other meJicine U?"*' T! a n,w ?* tPs imony from gentlemen and ladies 01 high ^-landing of our own we.l-known 4eiJI*'n* *?? UfM'f5' ???' <-?res of COUGH, BKON CHlTId, RHEUMATISM DYSPLP6I A, kc Baltimokk, January 24th, 1855. Mtun Morfmrr Sr Mo*Way: I tak'- pleasure in ?aunx to you that I have used y^tf ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 April 1855

EVENING STAR. W A SII INUTON'Ul T Y : l ST DAY AlTEaNOOH April 20. 3PJHIT OF THE lIO?KlNe PS7&5. The Union repH?3 to the communication of 1 Obssrvcr" in the Tnt'lligencer, defending i^nmuk's right to levy the "sound dues " That journal, in ?o doing, repeats tha argu nents in reply to the same paper, which we published a week or two ago. Itoplyir.g to La Cronita's plea in justification cf Concha's management of the Estracipes case, the Union fays : "With the game malice that the 'Cronica' affects to ignore the purpose of the treaty, it pretends to understand oar views differently from what they are expressed. While we de precate the moral degradation of a Govern ment whioh has no means of preserving its rule excepting through the consan: commis sion of judicial murders, we have yet allowed Spain a piace within the pale of civilized na tions. As such, we have not disputed her right to judge those who offend her within her jjtriedic'.ion, whether they are citizens of the l*nited St...

Publication Title: Evening Star
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 April 1855

KVKNING STAR. Local Intelligence. TcBLir Scao^L Htses.?Th sa who read la our p^ier lu; c vaniig the extract from a late reporf of the Trustees oa the condition of the public school houses, which aie gener ally small apartments rented fr-m private individual?, mud have been convinced that the health cf the pupils and teachfa. r.o lc?s than the public wants demand aspcedy change. Ihe chancer cf the ci'v suff?rs when tho school? ere kept in unhealthy buildings that are repulsive in appearance, and iil-Piaptcd to the purposes for which they are u?ed. In a report which was presented to the Councils on Monday evening, signed by all the Trustees, with the exception of one gen tleman who was too sick to attend to business, arecommendation is made to purcha.-e the Rugby Acadefuy, for the use of schools in the First District. It will be remembered that ap propriations havo heretofore been madeand ex ponded for the erection of school houses in b11 the other Dis.ricts, bu* no expenditu e for th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 20 April 1855

EVENING STAR.! "3S0THER, TAJKE aY AS* n ffh^i gr1?f I*heavy on i?ee? Or dijrual fei ? alarm, Tiie.i br?.h?r, lean upi i m> Mv br> t*er. tain niv arm Tb- re'? maiy a load of tr ouble That l* ketn two o hear, Where one would b?nd quit* double Beneath the htavy care. If malice, in it? ran -or, llvnanht thy mortal harm, Mv ?houli er he thine anchor? Mv biother,take my arm. Thou h all. in tim? of trial, M ly iurn thtir eye* away, Nav, brnihe', r.o denial, My arm altail be thy stay. If frief mm irine to morrow, _ A ?rl??f mat raug't could charts, I'd Ciy. in ail n.y mrnw. "O. br.ith^r. gi?e th r.e arml" Aye! lit nie feel a.iothi r Will ?vi>p wi h me in woe ; A brother, yea, a broti er, May all who a >rrow know 2 [J^T* The Paris correspondent of the New York Tribune gives the following paragraphs as among the passing events of the age: 44 Many of yonr readers will remember to hive read, within the past fow years, curious accounts of the habitual "swal lowing of arsenic by the p...

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Country/State of Publication: District of Columbia, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 April 1855

THE EVENIWO STAR PUBLISHED EVERT AFTERNOON, (EXCSPT 8UWDAY0 At M* Star building. comer Pennjylvmmim mv*nu? mnd Eleventh street, My W. D. WALLACB, WW be enrred to Mibesribera in the cities of Waab teftoo, Georgetown, Alexandria, Baltimore and Ptiltadelph?a, ai SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, payable weekly to the Agents. To mall rubecribera fee nbacnpuon price is THREE DOLLARS AND PWTY CENTS a yeer In Wiant, TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR fcr THREE MONTH*. QQN*M?u ooptia on 0nrr. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., SATURDAY, APRIL 21. 1855. NO. 717. REV"e" ?t2r&,YA"?5uechth? to present Mich n mit*? of test im^Vr " m' d,c,no chitw, ?HKism8'S%/9S!!'kBoR0'' ?j-tj JhrtW "*> 1S5i rir'SaUSS!"a>'n*10 y?? U>?t I have used From l,amP,on 9 Tincture" with very great rrofit l^d HZPCUOn' my *'*n?niJ health mencfd^nj PrI/,luch '?Plirfd' w"'n I com 10 aai! Hampton*? Tincture." I found Mv 5 up0n my health most salutary edu?T35 7^1Md "I*"*? or*ans sotJn "?ht fHirih,aTe **Ter*' time* recomme...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 April 1855

E V ENIN |Q 1$ T A R. m '''' ' * ^ | WASHINGTON U IT Y: 8ATTTBDAT AFTEKITOOII April 81. SPIRIT OT TH* MOKHIWG PSMS. Xk? Untom thinks that Know Notkiagiim aims to elevate the negro to ell the privileges of Amerioan citiaenship, while seeking to de prive the foreigner of them, end a tee the con. duct of the Masaaohnsetts "smelling commit tee to show that its (Know Nothingiam's) plan of operations is to install debauched, brutal, and vulgar blackguards as the future guard ians of American religions liberty, individual rights, and female morality. The Int*Ulig*ti(*tr coatends that Spain's act of subjecting ear commerce to her polioe guardianship is not one to justify this Govern ment in punishing her police ship when oaaght in the eet of invading oar rights Naw Mrsic ?John F Ellis, the popular music dealer S06 Pennsylvania avenue, has sent as the following piecrs of new music : ?' In the forest wild. " song by E H Osborne, with a beautiful lithograph title page; " The brooklet " a song ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 April 1855

K V . N lN(w STAR. Local Intelligence. Aa Excitbmbjt?Arrbst or a Foqitivb Last night, about 8 o'clook. peeing a crowd of persons near the oorner of N inth and ? streets north, we crossed over, and there beheld a blaok man. holding tightly by the collar a small boy, of hit own complexion The latter positively refused to acoompany the former, who was as determined to remote his prisoner by force. Accordingly, he dragged him along the pavement The boy's pantaloons coming in oontact with a projecting briok were split in the rear, and, by the severe handling he received, his under garment was removed from its appropriate place, and hung loosely on the outside, after the arrangement of' Little Hill." the Indian warrior, who once, in this city, ad dressed the Commissioner of Indian Affairs upon pending treaty stipulations. In reply to a question, the black man said the boy be longed to his master, and bed run away His orders were to make the arrest and return the fugitive property. The boy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 21 April 1855

EVENING STAR, i llfVII or iFiiit ST i. (OlMIStOOM BBOrF. The bod din* Spi1n( rMnnM her bioom, An?i flow'rets anuie aroaad ; - leioiced to 'ee*p? from winter's tlooa. Which hits their beauties ho and The fisather*d songsters of the grove Now warble forth their praiae ; And chirp, m innocence ?nd love, Their ftadeome roandeiays. Aad inMcta, rladdened Into life? On barniato^l pinions fly; And aun ?nd ahower, la genial strife? With balmy xephyra Tie. To bless the eanh?and from her braaat Bid teaming bountiea spring t To fead the mighty and the least? The insect and the king. Wuiiwro*, April, IBM. 'j * i Aim 11 ? \Y. Oane from the hearta that love her. Gone from her h w?e away ; Gone in ber childish beauty, Little Annie Maf. Gone like the moonlight's glimmer From the rippling stream; Gone like the joyous pictures Of childhood's glowing dream. Gone as the flowera of tearful apring, Gone aa the dew at mom; ?one like the aonga of 'ummtr birds, Pled aa the aura at dawn. Bat ia the land of be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 April 1855

J^Tfi EVENING STAR BUSHED EVERY AFTERNOON, lEXCEPT SUNDAY J At ftfce Star Building, rom*r Pennsylvania ax*nut and Eleventh street, m j W. D. WALL ACK, WHI be wrvcd to ?ubecriben in the cltie* of Wash tagtoa. Geor*< town, Alexandria, Baltimore and roiadclptiia, at SIX AND A QUARTER CENTS, prtyabie weakly to the Agent*. To Bail subscribers the Mfeeetiptlon price to THREE DOLLARS AND FLTTY CENTS a year In arftxmce,TWO DOL LARS for SIX MONTHS, and ONE DOLLAR for THREE MONTHS. C^Sikgls coptaa on cam*. VOL. V. WASHINGTON, D. C., MONDAY. APRIL 23. 1855. NO. 718. R*Y-_JPhn LAW A HAH, PASTOR OF THE EXETER STREET, M. E. CHURCH?A strong desire to benefit the afflicted induces htm thus to cenf/. We chal' enge any other medicinn to present such a ma^ of testimony from gentlemen ?ad ladies of high standing of our own we J-known ctttxens. who testify of cures of COUGH, BRON CHITIS, RHEUMATISM DYSPEPSIA, fcc Bai.tzuorr, January 24th, 1855. Mtmrt. Mortimer 4* Mowbray: I uk" pieHrtur<- in sayin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 April 1855

EVENING STAR. V.'ArilllNQTON CITY: MOJPAY AFTEB500N ....April 23 : " ?? ? " Job Printing.?The public arc, in formed that we are now prepared to exe cute job printing In all its varieties, from cards, ball tickets, Ac., to (show bill) posters and book work, as well and as low as at any other office in Washington, and with equal dispatch. Give us a call. SriBIT OF TBI MOBSIJffO PRESS. The Intelligencer, referring to th9 public feeling on the Cuba question, says : "The Culminations of the Washington Union having been divested of their supposed cfljiil inspiration, the public mind is settling do * n ir.to a state of compara'ive tranquility; indeed the Union itself, since it feels that it ha* last the power to frighten people, hcs be come less militant. We trast it trill remain ?0 until theoceurrencc of seme outrage wort by to rekindle its ire." * ? * ? In noticing a recent article in the New York Evening Post, upon the election of Sam Houston to the Presidency, the Intelligence) also se...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Evening star. — 23 April 1855

EVENING STAR. Local Intelligence. AcciDi!?T.?On Maturity afternoon, Mr. Thomaa Stanley met with a serious accident He ?u engaged la painting the wood work of the door to the baaeinent-entraree of the dwel ling house of Mr. George Parker, oorner of Fear aad-a. half and C stree;a While reach ing with hia brush to the upper part of the frame, the plank reaing on the coping broke and ha fell again* the atone aepa with much violence. The thigh bone of hie left aide waa broken. lie waa conveyed to hia reaidence on Ninth atreet, where the limb waa set by Dr. Garnett (who remarked that he had just re moved the splinte from the limbe of two other pejeona ) The condition of Mr. Stanley seemed to be favorable during Sunday, but this morn ing wa learned the aymptoca wera not ao fUt terisg. He ia upwarda of seventy two years ?f age Tna Proposed Methodist College.?At the recent meeting held in the Foundery Church the propriety of eatabliahtng a college under the patroiage of the Baltimore Confer ...

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