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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 10 July 1852

VOLUME XVII. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTtKAPAS,) LOUISIANA.....JULY 10, 1852. NUMBER $6. mn m nn nun~nmnluumln u n m m umun n n m nnmm THE POETS' CORNER. THE WOUNDED VULTURE. A kingly vulture sat alone, Lord of the ruin round, Where Egypt's ancient monuments Upon the desert frowned. A hunter's eager eye had marked The form of that proud bird, And through the voiceless solitude His ringing shot was beard. It rent that vulture'splumed breast, Aimed with unerring hand, And his life-blood gushed warm and red Upon the yellow sand. No struggle marked the deadly wound, He gave no piercing cry, But calmly spread his giant wings And sought the upper sky. In vain with swift pursuing shot The hunter seeks his prey, Circling and circling upward still On his majestic way. Up to the blue empyrean He wings his steady flight, Till his receding form is lost In the full flood of light. Oh, wounded heart ! oh, suffering soul Sit not with folded wing Where broken dreams and ruined hopes Their mo...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 10 July 1852

PLANTERS, BANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BT THOMAS F. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T ax , s:-This paper will be furnished to sub scribers at $3 per annum, in advance; $4 if paid at the expiration of six months, or $5 at the expiration of the year. Advertisements inserted at the u-ual price, viz: Per square of twelve lines, first time, $1; and at half that ratefor every subsequent in sertion. Yearly Advertisers will be charged $10 for the first square (twrlve lines), and $5 for every additional square. Transient Advertisements, not particularly spe cified as to duration, will be inserted for three months, and charged accordingly. For announcing candidate for office, $10 each payable in advases. Agency of the Banner. rte- MR. S. E. COHEN, of Phidadelphia, is our authorized Agent for that city, and all moneys for advertisements, subscriptions, &c., paid to him will be duly accredited. For President: WINFIELD SCOTT, Of the United ..tates. For Vice President: WILLIAM A. GRAHAM,...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 10 July 1852

Succsiou e f Vier î'crt, d'di ETAT DE LA LOUISIANA.-Cour Je District, Paroisse Ste. Marie.-Atteindu que ADELIA WILLIAMS, Je cette paroisse, a clirog stro daI ce:to cIr 1u:e p(tition dermandant qu elle soit iulninmée adrni istratrice de la susdite succession : Avis est par le présunt donné à tous "ox qui cela peuit concerner dcavoir a d-duire d'aus le dix joursqui suivront la date du tr; tit av's, 1-;ai sous isi aucseiix il, ou. pour lesquelles ! ne '-t rait pas fait dr.i >a dte- (,ande. J. V. FOUI RM y. GIilier. Burrau di (irtllitr, ;ï, l. Juillet. 2. ET AT ['i LA LOUISIANE - Cour de D.sri-t. Pîruis' Ste. Marie - Marcelin iisaii v. George IlHaydel, No. 43.O ; Johnri G K1ink v. eurgo lydel. No. 3979.-Et ve't1 de deux ordres de lier fuci-slancsdans lesprt c.s ci-dessus, et mi d.ilrcss et uetivrI, j'off rrai enc vente publique, .au coiip!ant, à la rnaion-de Sji-r de rltt, pare.isse, lan la ville de Frahikin, :AM EDI. ,i 7,ii jaur d Août prochain. ISo entr- 11 hliures dou iatic t -1 ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 10 July 1852

'TAT DE LA LOISIANE - Cour lde .L4Istrict. Paroisse s*te. Marie - Marceli Ro.usseai v..Genrge Havdel, No. 43-50 : John G. Klink v. Ueorgc Hayd'1. No. 3979.-En vertu de deix ordresdc ti/eri 4ai lancés dans les pro cès ci-dessuc. et i moi adressé et delivré. j otTrirai en vrinti publique. au comptant, '. la miaison-de cour dJ- cette paroisse, dans la ville de Frankiin. SA. -ll1)i. l ?7wm jour d'Aolt prochain. 1S.-2. entre 11 heures du matin et 1 heures de lap-ès midi, la propriret ci-aprèes decrites. savoir: uiie certaitie p:ice de terre située dans cette paroisse, itant la moltic est du quart sud-ouest de la section No. 1t. dans le toitish/iipj No. 14, au suii du ;31]nie degré latitude nord, rangée No. S. l 1est du méridien, dans le district sud-ouest de 1 Ftat de la Louisiane et la susdite paroisse, au côte occidental du Hayou Tiche, entre le Bayou Choupique et le Cypres-mort; bornée à l'est par la terre appartenante A Josept Dugat, et conte nant. selon les retours du departement d ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 17 July 1852

VOLUME XVII. FRANKLIN, PARISHI OF ST. AIIRY, (A'FTTAKAII'..) LOtUIIANI .... JULY 17, iJ?. NUMBER 27. . .. . , l" | • 0 a m nl NN mg gR U N i I IIUNi NI iNi mil THE POETS' CORNER. SCOTT AN D GRAHAM. TuaE--" Dearestr ilae.' In Baltimore the whigs agreed Upon their candidate, And mean that he shall be the man To guide the ship of State; He bears a name that is without A blemish or a spot A patriot, hero, statesman, sage Who else but WYNFIELD SCOTT. Hurrah! Hurrah ! Hurrah ! For Scott, the brave and true, Who never yet has lost the fight, Nor will he lose it now ! Two generals are in the field, Frank Pierce and Wintield Scott Some think that Franks a lighting man, And some think he is not. 'Tis said that when in Mexico, While leading on his force, He took a sudden fahltig Mti, And tuaiibled off his horse. Hurrah! Hurrah! Hurrah! For Winfield the undaunted, Who never on the battle-tield, Surrendered, fled or fainted ! 3Bt gallant Scott has made his mark On many a bloody plain, And patrio...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 17 July 1852

IPLANTERS, BANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY TIHOMAS F. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T E a x s:-This paper will be furnished to sub scribers at $3 per annum, in advance; $4 if paid at the expiration of six months, or $5 at the expiration of the year. Advertisements inserted at the uaual price, viz: Per square of twelve lines, first time, $1; and at half that rate for every subsequent in sertion. Yearly Advertisers will be charged $10 for the first square (twelve lines), and $5 for every additonaal square. For announcing candidate for office, $10 each puSabi is adwaes. Agercy of the anner. IJ MR. S. E. COHEN, of Phidadelphia, is our authorized Agent for that city, and all moneys for advertisements, subscriptions, &c., paid to him will be duly accredited. For President: WINFIELD SCOTT, Of the United States. For Vice President: WILLIAM A. GRAHAM, Of North Carolinua. FRANKLIN, SATURDAY, JULY 17. g There will be a mass meeting of the citizens of this parish held at the Court Ho...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 17 July 1852

dStccssion de Xavier Ihrrt, dieddé. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANA.-Cour de District, Paroisse Ste. Marie-Attendu que ADELIA WILLIAMS, de cette paroisse, a enrégistré dans cette cour une pétition demanidalit qu'elle soit nommi,;edministratrice de la susdite succession : Avis est p:r le pr4sent donne à tons ceux qui I cela peut concerner d'avoir à déduire dans le dix jours qui suivront la date du présent avis, les ra sons (si aucunes ils ont) pour lesquelles il ne se rait pas lait droit : sa demande. J. V. FOULRMY, Gretfier. Bureau du Grelfier, le 10 Juillet, I'-52. i n leaBr the Phladehirbi cool FULL DETAILS. nica E$meaxia, Mobile Bay, July 1, 1852. K Editors Mobile Herald-Through the' thei telegraph you have doubtless ere this we learned that the United States mail Edi steamship Philadelphia, Capt. John and McGowan, from Aspinwall, Navy Bay, bee in New Grenada, bound to N. Orleans, mei via Havana, with mails and passengers We from California, has put into Key West lite in distress, having th...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 17 July 1852

SHERIFFS SALES. I .TATE OF LOUISIANA-District Court, * Parish ot St. Mary.--Marcelin Rousseau v. Geo. IHayde!, No. 43-30; Jolin G. Klink v. Geo. 1. Ilaydel, No. 3979.-By virtie of two writs of /iùrif';ias issued in thie aboveentitled suits,and to meaddressed and delivered, I will offerat pub lic sale, for cash. at tie Court lIouse of this par ish, in tiie town of Franklin, on SATURDAY, the 7ti day of August, 1S-:2, between the hours of 11 o'ilock .t. m., and . o'c!ock '. M., thic fol lowing dtsc'ribed property, viz: A curtain tract or parcel of land situated in this parisir. being tihe east lialf of the southwest quart.-r ,1 the sectionl numbered 1- in tle t,) vn ship Ni. i u south i tllie i31,tlst-dgrete f niorth la Stitude, ol range No. tast of thie basis meridian, in the souitlih-we'stern district of tie State of Lou iliana ind pirish aloresaid on liie west side of the bRiy,.i l'ti Tie. bzrtwreti the alyou Chouipique aitd! C'prei ort, and boiunded east by land pur chasd bil Jilos...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 24 July 1852

VOLUME XVII. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA..... JULY 24, 1 S52. NUMBER 2S8 TEMPERANCE. FeWth of July at Perry's Bridge. 'Editor Planters' Banner : By a resolution of Vermillion Division, No. 5S, of the Sons of Temperance, the undersigned were appointed a committee to procure copies, for publication in your paper, of the addresses delivered at the celebration of the 4th of July, and the reception of the banner, presented by the ladies of the parish of Vermillion to said Division on that occasion, with instructions to request of you the kindness to give them publicity. They were as follows, and if you have room for them in your columns, you will confer a favor on many by giving them a place. Yours respectfully, D. OS. MD, Committee. Perry's Bridge, July 10, 1852. ADDRESS ON THE PRESENTATION OF THE TEMPERANCE BANNER... BY MISS FRANCES E. CAMPBELL. Gentlemen-We are this day assem bled for the purpose of paying a tribute of respect to your Division. The bene fits r...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 24 July 1852

PLAN'I'RERL BA AaER. "f bLISHED EVERY SAT RlAY, BI THOMAS F. JOHNSON, EPDTOR AND PROPRII.f'OR. T : ct: . =:---Tlhis paper will be fcurnished to sub scribersat S:t per annum, in acdvaecc; $.1 it paid at thie expiration of six months, or st at the expiratson of the year. Alvertisements incserted at the u-ual price, viz: Per square ft twelve lines, first time, 4t : ;uld at halt that rate for every subsequent in 'CI Itc cc. Yearly Ac t,citiscrs wdil he ch a -r..l x 10 l ,1 the tR t :>.uare (twAlve line,', al l n or eveu it d.ditt+oal square. T't'.ani'nt Adcvc rtt ,itc' nti. not particactlsci -p-' ctied as to duration, will he interted t,.r three motithc, c,, *harzed acc-rdia! For ainounc ntc ' candidate to.r oi.Ice'. i(t , 1. - p;yab/ i En d, ,',,. Agency of the Banner. Fr Zli. S E. COHEN, of Picdailnhpic.a. - r a'thoriI Agent for that city, : ! a moneys tsr avhttisenttctz. sltbscriptin <. A . paid to him wdi be duly ac: redcted. For President : V IINFIELI 4'EO'F, For Vice Preside...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 24 July 1852

,<eision de Done/soit C. Mî rphy, diectif. FT AT DE LA LOUIISIANE.-Cour de 1Di-trict, Paroisse Ste. Marie.-Attendu que THOMAS Il. LEWIS, de la paroisse S;t. Li.n Sdry, exécuteur datif testamentaire de la susdite SsucMssinai,aaiiregistrédans cettecour un tabl-at i on compte dle la succession de feu Donelson C. iMurpliy, ci-divant de cette paroisse, montant la I manire par laquelle il se propose de distribuer la proprieté et les fonds de la susdite succession parmi les créanciers, légataires et héritiers le gaux du dit défunt: Avis est par le présent donné à tous ceux qui cela peut concerner d'avoir à déduire dans le dix jours qui suivront la date du présent avis. les rai sons (si aucunes ils ont) pour lesquelles il ne se rait pas fait droit à sa demande. J. V. FOURMY, Greffier. Bureau du Greffier, le 24 Juillet, lNÏ2. tFrom the N. Y. Tribune.] Who are the Party Bolters ? The Evening Post gives the follow ing as a list of "Members of the House of Representatikes. heretofore whiffs,...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 24 July 1852

ETAT 1)E LA L<-iIA.-N L - Cour de 'Dýtrnct. Parise Ste. Marie - Marcelit Roussea;t v. George lHa del. No. -35; Jolihn (G. Kliuk V. Ueorge iaydt , No. t' vertu de deux ordres le /it t ci s lancetsdaiins les pro cès ti-des.us, et t moi adresmt et dulivré. J'offrirai en ventet pubhiîpe, ai ntitîptant, à la cour de eutte paroisse anits la villee Fra;kiit SAME!DL le 7mie jiour d' Ast prochain, IS, 'entre 11 heure, dî matin et 4 heures (le apres midi. la propriété c-aprs decrites, savoir: lne cerraine pière de terre situé- dans cette par.irsi , tant la iiin:ti est dit quart sud-otest de la section -No. 1-- dans le toir'is/u No. 1-1, ait Suid >. nie er latitnde nord, r.tang' .. N . tiest d timridient, dans le district sud-ouest de t tai t d e t .ou te !t la susdite paroinnt. at itté Ccidieiltal itdu Hayon Tclhe, entre le Bayou Clioupiqiiue et le (.ypres-iniort; bornée l ]est par la terre at0trtenate lJosept Dugat, et conte. naut, selon les retours du departemtent d'arpent age, SI acr...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 31 July 1852

VOLUME XVII. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATT'rAKAPA%,) LOUIIAA.....JULY I31, 1! .2. NUMBER 29. A SELECTED TALE. The Stolen Rose. Geraldine Delisle was, the year pre vions to the late revolution, which in one day shattered one of the great monarchies of the earth, the reigning; belle in her circle. Lovely in form and face, she wanted but to correct some trifling defects in character to be per feet. But if she had large black eyes and massive brow, and beautiful hair and white teeth-if she had a lily-white hand and tiny feet, she knew it too well, and knew the power of her charms over man. She loved admiration, and never was so happy as when in a ball-room: all the men were almost disputing for the honor of her hand. But Geraldine had no declared suitor; she never gave the slightest encouragement to any one. Many offered themselves, but they were invariably rejected, until at twenty her parentsbegan to be alarmed at the prospect of her never marrying. Mons. and Madam Delisle had fo...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 31 July 1852

PUPI. FSI!Ef li EVER SAl1 IU H , BV THOMAS F. JOII ON.' E:DITi OR AND PROPRIETOR. r t: e: A jair will he f~r hed to so~b it the ixjiitat'iot tIc Vear. A-! rfun ie .ts insertd at then 'Ia pice l'er wltri otwelv lines ii> it thtu' aid at f.-ill itht ratiior evirvery' s rbj iic·,:: iu Yanl Ailer tint ituiti /twetvri i lne, . vi' '_- ,.r e , i. tdii;t:onal tI aw. rransient Au vert iiett u' p1 ar~ts (ti - iioad th- t a tt. ttn: til ,:t~it. o i 1o t. / n, /h relae ~i_1 For Fresident : WINFIELD I.,('OT1". Of ti/: ',idtd .S'i. " For Vice President t: WILLIAM A. GRAHAH, SI ) u/ Th C,,,~ ,r'.t u i For Electors: 1. t , 1 ,' st t . .1\(0 'E S T O t T \ N T . , of l , It . . S...ec , d ) i tr ct ('HIlISTIAN lROSEI I S, ,t t r:-; - , v,,'titte - CvraIr'. D ooi R. of 0.1-: . .... Third 1) isttrt. D('NCAN F. KENNER. of A l. W. WVATTI:ISTO'\. of i.:ct nn • "N.stitut,-R. J. BA at:O\.w, of W -et hein . ifth Di tri< ALEX'R DECLO-ET, . S,!at. SutbstitutCe-J. K. ELGEE, of Rapiide- ParI-!. ......Si....

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 31 July 1852

l'T T 1)1 L. l ; 'lÏI3N - (.'ir D Ld, iJ L.s,.e at, l'ari-," d i. M iri- - :trI , l, lIons, tiii v. ( ;,or litayd l, No. l-3. .lo n (;. Ki,k v. G.eto;-, liayd , N.. 3 .l -iE n vertu dl e 'l or!-I x dr c ' I , ' ' /r.+ '-- .es Al-'dIu'- sý ett t Ii,,[lt airlr( , et dt olir%(:. ol'lfrirai ven -nt' 1ublqueý ai] coli]tant, .à it lahustl-te cour dte -.t r' lj;trýsse. da la 'vdic di- Frankkhn, SA EI). le ;i. j-.mr ,'It t prochaiin. 1. t.:re 11 h e ' da q.:tin et I, h urts d, 'apros mui. la propriété ci-aprs déi-rites, savuir. -ie cerrait e piècn i de terre située, da;n. cette parois.,e, tant Li m eit;t est du quart sud-uue.t !d la section No. l3d danslle toirtntsltp No. 14, au sud du 31ie ldegre latitude nord, ran'ge- No. , Sl'e-t d t tiirit dietn. Jas, le district sud-ouest de il''tat de la Loutisiane et lit susdite parnisse, au côt sccidenital dh liBayoui Têche, lintre le Bayou Chioupique et ie Cypres-miirt : borneie à 'i t par la terre appartenianii .1 .Iosept D.itat, et conte iant, se...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 31 July 1852

Suasseuon de Donelon C. Murphy, décédé. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE.- Cour de District, Paroisse Ste. Marie.-Attendu que THOMAS H. LEWIS, de la paroisse St. Lan dry, éxdcuteur datif testamentaire de la susdite seoession, a enrdgistré dans cette cour un tableaa on compte de la succession de feu Donelson C. Murphy, ci-divant de cette paroisse, montant la manière par laquelle il se propose de distribuer la propridtd et les fonds de la susdite succession prmi les crdanciers, légataires et héritiers le gaux du dit défunt: Avis est par le présent donné à tous ceux qui cela peut concerner d'avoir à déduire dans le dix jurs qui suivront la date du présent avis, les rai sons (si aucunes ils ont) pour lesquelles il ne se rait pas fait droit à sa demande. J. V. FOURMY, Greffier. Bureau du Greffier, le 24 Juillet, 1852. AVIS.-Le public est par le présent notifié de ne négocier aucune traite, mandat ou billet, payable au porteur, ou comptes tirésou faits par MM. NEVEU & GUIDRY et ALPHO~rs DAVID de ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 7 August 1852

VOLUME XVII. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA..... AUGUST 7, 185 . NUMBER 30. THE POETS' CORNER [From the Youths' Cabinet.] Table lales for Small Folks. Mr. Editor-The following lines were written for the amusement of my own little ones, who are so much pleased with them that they insist that I shall send them to your paper. They wish all the small folks to see them, and learn them by heart, as they themselves have"promised to do, and obey them. E. F. H. In silence I must take my seat, And give God thanks before I eat; Must for my food in patience wait, Till I am asked to hand my plate. I musitnot scold, nor whine nor poet, Nor move my chair or plate about: With knife or fork, or napkin ring, I must not play, nor must I sing. I must not speak a useless word, For children must be seen, not heard; I must not talk about my food, Nor fret if I don't think it good. I must not say " The bread is old," " The tea's too hot," " The coffee's cold !" I amust not cry for thi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 7 August 1852

PLANTERS' BANIER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, DY THOMAS F. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T E a x s:-This paper will be furnished to sub scribersat $3 per annum, in advance; $4 if paid at the expiration of six months, or $5 at the expiration of the year. Advertisements inserted at the usual price, viz: Per square of twelve lines, first time. $1; and at half that rate for every subsequent in sertion. Yearly Advertisers will be charged $10 for the first square (twelve lines), and $5 for every additional square. Transient Advertisements, not particularly spe cited as to duration, will be inserted for three months, and charged accordingly. For announcing candidate for office, $10 each payable in advance. Agency of the Banner. 7 MR. S. E. COHEN, of Phidadelphid. is our authorized Agent for that city, and all moneys for advertisements, subscriptions, &c., paid to him will be duly accredited. For President: WTINFIELD SCOTT, Of the United States. For Vice President: WILLIAM A. GRAHAM, Of...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 7 August 1852

Gea. Quitmll a and Gen. Scott. In the-Semphis Eagle and Enquirer of the 14th ult. the following article ap peared : We presume that among our demo cratic fellow.citizens, at least, the opi nion of Ex-Gov. John A. Quitman. of Mississippi, is entitled to some weight. The genuineness of his democracy, and his honest but somewhat misdirected devotion to the South have, we believe, never been questioned even by the bitterest of his political opponents. A gntleman of New Orleans. who was a fellow.passenger of Gen. Quitman a few days since, on a steamer bound ip the river, asked his opinion of Gei. Scott. "Sir." said the general in reply, " the American people have never done Gen. Scott justice! The more that man's character and claims of distinction are canvassed, the higher will be the stand he will take in the admiration and gratitude of his countrymen. I have been surprised and astonished that among the whig party there should be found a single man unwilling to give him a cordial and h...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 7 August 1852

ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE-COU R DE DISTRICT, Paroisse Ste. larie-Ednund P. Dwight, administrateur, v. Magloire Joseph Delhaye.-En vertu d'un ordre de saisie et vente lancé dans le procès ci-dessus, et à moi adressé et délivré, j'offrirai en vente publique, au comp tant. à la maison de cour de cette paroisse, dans la ville de Franklin, le SAMEDI, 4ème jour de Septembre prochain, entre 11 heures du matin et 4 heures de l'après-midi. la propriété suivante, savoir: 1er, Un certain iot de terre situé à la ville de Franklin,dans cette paroisse, jadis trans féré par Freeman Welch & Wm. C. Dwight, dé cédé, le dit lot étant au milieu de trois lots situés sur la route à Newtown, entre les rues Prémiere e Séconde de la dite ville de Franklin, au côte ad de la dite route à Newtown, le dit lot mesu rant 100 pieds en face, et s'étendant en proton dear au terrain appartenant à J. W. Lyman : borné au nord par la dite route & Newtown, a L'est par la terre du présent vendeur, au sud par le dit ter...

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