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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 February 1859

V Ths Hoblemes of Earth. The trues' nobleman of earth, I. he w bo In? on tu be Tbe lir.-t companion of the good. The b-ro of the f. Wh'i w.trVs undaunted for the poor. Wuoa--M no rank in names; Wioteh'.o-' eend to heaven incrrwds. As rpa. ks dy up from flames ! Qir me that nobl'min of mind. Wb l,v a nobl caue ; Tu s rig il of labor's "turily fori. Aol f.eedoin's r('i'i'mlm! The nx orf each cv.l scheme. A tiraot miy advance: A gai.t s streuc'.'i ah-iut- hn heart. 'lubugata brilliant iuliUjauco! I 1tb the n.i'ilrmin of earth. Who strives to bit tint axe; Anl leave a g'ory th V i cuij.it On butory's fti'hful ptgt! Whose name t&e inilliou tore to ls. Truth's sure, unflinching guest; W 10 shine in Invc, as duet the sun In paiaoe of the West. D ' deathlcs a' the m'ghty skies. W hen iwel-d through with stars; Could fevi Gill's beauty in a blaxe Burnt through his prison bars. N- mandate Irom the tyrant breaks 111- spirit upward b' u id ; While higion every liberal rred Hit sain is bluso...

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. — 12 February 1859

OF Ternls:.-Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL EISE AGAIN." A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subjects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 12. 1859. NUMBER 28-VOLUME 4. -!.' 1 ! Written on tb Bockr Mooatalas. BV ALBERT PIKE Th.deco. transparent iky it full iif mM lb'utnl glittering lights rnnumtwrVl stars that calmly .rule Th.,lrk dominions of the night. Thf mill brin'it moon has upward risen, ' .. ihzra and boundless plain. ,"i ,n around tb while anow (listen, Whtri- frut. ""i ,n silence reit;o While w roll away, and they unchanged remain. TW mnontains, piercing the blue iky With their eternal cone of iee , Thf torrents dashing upon high. O'er rock and erag and precipice ; fhnnee nut. but ill remain at eTer, l oniuting. deathless and sublime. And will remain while lightnings a Hirer, Or ir the h'ry summits climb. Or rolls the thunder chariot of eternal Time. It ii n"t so with all I change. tnd wave a with a living death, like ime tha...

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. — 12 February 1859

4 1 it 1 1 4 Xljc Jfeil5 of Elrec5oh. GEO. W. BBOWJT, Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY UOKXIXG, FEB. 1!, 13bD. TERMS t.O PER AlfrMJJi.IK ADVAXCE Hera skall tie Premihe Peaale'arlclitaaMlBtala tlaaw'S hy parts', east aaarlaei J !. Pleace M Trath, t Liberty Law. Ne ITaversifa7aa.aaS Fear stall awa. V" - To Snfcacribers . (X) Whfln tbe term fur which f ubribers re coirinc their jv-ipfw by mail or at the !t-oGice is out or nrarfy er, ewiveif tho intcll-cne h aerobe at the end of thrir names, like the one at the commencement of this notice. Thi will (tiro all a fiir opportunity to km.w when their time i4 up. anil serve as au inritalion to rooew their subteriptions. JO" Extra eopici of the Herald of Freedom pat an in wrappers for mailing, if desired, can be had at the Office. Trice. Five Cenu each. Dinner to Got. Mcdar. ' A large number of the citizen of Law rence, Member of the Legislative As sembly, and gentlemen from different sections of the Territory, without regard to political di...

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. — 12 February 1859

dy uslc. id, LAWRENCE. K. T. iitnrday Morning, Feb. 12, 1859. lawrsnee Uadvarsftv. We observe, in the Lecompton Democrat of the l9' wekin article upon our Uni rersitv, which contains tome statement! ,nd reflections npon the Board of Trus tee which taem to na unjust; and we tke occasion to ay to our readers and to the editor of the Democrat and its readers, tbtt we hse no reason to believe that the Liirrence University has s political bias. It was organized for the public benefit and to diffuse the blessings of learning tod morality among us. Kansas is rap settling, and it is fit, nay more it is tie'imperstive duty of every true Kansas mm to upbuild and encourage every ed ucational enterprise. The Board is com puedof gentlemen of various political mi religious views, it is true, but it is tot true, m the Democrat charges, that a majority of them are notorious Abolition jits, unless by Asbolitionists the Demo crat means Free State men, which certain ly it cannot claim with any pretenc...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 February 1859

I - r Mi ?oeitj. LtU All Hslp On Another. . ' Let as !1 help one another And a heart of kindness show. As down time's flowiug river In tbe boat of life e row : For, though roach mar be the weather, Ami the sky be overcast. If we only pull together. V can brare the norm at but. Let us all help one another. In misfortune's wintry day. And be kinder still, as ever (Carta's bet gifts are 'Hatched away. When bright fortune gilds tbe morrow, Hullo hearts will fawn and cling; But when eomes tbe night of sorrow. Only true hearts eomlort bring. Let ns all help one another. And do good where'er we ean Who withhold the hand of kindness Searee deserves tbe name of man ; For tbe one great law of nature. Which was meant mankind to bless. Bids as help a fellow ercature. When we find him in distress. HORRIBLE BVFFEBINa UFOIf THE PLAINS. Ten of Majors and Bassell'sMea Frozen to Death at One Time. Iins Mules Jf rosso In One Nlghi. Mr. John Gatherie returned from Salt L ike City a few days since, and ...

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. — 19 February 1859

01 Xrrnis-Two Dollars Per Annum In Adranee. " TECTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL EISB AGAIN." A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subjrcls. "jfft W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 19, 1859. NUMBER 29-VOLUME 4, , AN ACT Ic Fiotd for Locatlni and Workta, Hlchwarf. n, it enaiitd by the Governor and Isgis- . f. .1.- m . Utiv- Assembly of tlie Territory of Kan Sectios 1. The supervisor of the sev e,l town in this Territory shall, by vir ,M of their office, be the commissioners of highway in their respective towns, and shall have the care and superinten dence of the highways and bridges there in; and it hall be their duty, 1, To give directions for the repairing of the roads jdJ bridges within their respective towns. 2 To regulate the roads already laid out, tod to alter such of them as they shall deem inconvenient. 3, To cause such of tLe roads used as highways as have been laid out, list not sufficiently described, and such as have been lawfully laid out and used as such, np to t...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 19 February 1859

7M ifeirld cf B-eedoh). GEO. W. BBOWK, ElUr. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. BATCRDAY MORNING, FEB. 19, 1859. TSBMS.es.ee FEB ANN CM. IN ABVAXC ere atoll Ike Prmtlw PMlcariMaalatala ITaeWe T aejr, mmi eakrlkes aala. PUSeeS kalta Tratk. t Liberty Lav, Me Faverewareee.aaaaeFeareaallawa. Tj Bubcribcrs. (X) 'When tbe term for which sabeeriben re eei'inf thoir papen by mail or at the I'nut-oBiee if oat or nearly en, we eunrer the intelliKene by eroea at the end of their name like the one at the enrnmencenient of this notice. This will five all a (air opportunity to know when their Mate it ap, and eorve a aa invitation to renew their euberiptions. JTj Extra oples of the Herald of freedom at op in wrappers for mailing, if desired, can be bad at tbe Office. Price. Fir Cent each. Tilt Excitement of tnt Lat Week. The incidents of the last week in Law rence- bare been of the most exciting character. The Legislature, daring the Ust hoars of its session, passed a general amnesty bill, which was to extend to a...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 19 February 1859

a - .n-REXCE. K. T. JjA" - ' Feb. 19, 1859. Homing Bslltf of tm&tm. The act for the relief of lboM who ,M" MloMrtin the difficultiei of 1855 f provided for the appointment of thre LPmiione,to.uditnd iu. certifi- 1 of their awards on the hearing of T corapUint. and evidence of the claim ' ffe ,re happy to at Gover rmBT appointed Ju,1Se H0OI,SII Ttciirawh. ooe of me wmmuMODtn ; . .. . .v.. Pnuncil elected U. J. Adams. Tnoe Musk, The arms used in the southern pert of the Territory, by the Marshal's posse, were a portion furnished annually to the Territories of the United States, by the Federal Uovernraent, and were retained at the Jefferson Barracks, a military post of the United States, on the Mississippi, lew miles below St. Louis. When the difficulties broke out anew on .the south ern border, a few weeks ago, the people applied to Gov. Medart for authority to irganize military companies, and asked for arms that they might protect them selves and neighbors from the invasions of M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 19 February 1859

, , Tor the Herald of freedom. ' " . Angel MiMDin. Faded, fade! are the phantoms Of the golden-tinted past. Deeper, deeper are the shadow O'er my pathway falling fast Hidden, hidden are earth's pleasures Ever from m viewless eye. While the half twined, circled laurels At my feet now withered lie. Angels, ouge'.s glher nearer, Let me feel tliji pinion's breath ; Sprinkle, sprinkle from the fountain Crystal drops the dews of rest I List ! I hear their swelling music 1 Sound again that thrilling strain! Bear, oh bear me upward, upward They In heaven ne'er love in rain ! "Best thee, rest thee, earth-born spirit. We hare left our heavenly home With this misiion 'trust in Jesus Till tby father sails thee home !' " H.M. from the Xebraeka City Xeirt, The Debt of Kansas. Letter from Hon. Jai. Craig, of JJUsouri. We are permitted to make use of the following letter, received by our fellow citizen, lion. M. S. Reeves, from Mr. Craig, Representative to Congress from Alusonn. House of Representa...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 February 1859

1 i . Te rm:--Two Dollars Per Annam In Advance. "TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL" RISE AGAIN, A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subjects. BY . W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, FEBRUARY 26. 1859. NUMBER 30-VOLUIvIE 4. . 1 Thi Sabbath Bll. - TIve ittnoanih on sprins:-lika dajr, Wnrn halmr breexcs gently plai. When tbonir i swcel with the breath of Htm.', An interne meet for the holy horn?; Tnw tel on my cm like a witching snell. Those deep, deep tone of the Sabbath bell. I lore to ber Its merry rinr Whrn summer bird, io the branches sine; While nature poor, ber richest lays And bid ns reek the hour of praise. Oh. purine tweet doth the mnsie swell, The deep, deep tones of the Sabbath bell. Then tpeak, ntethinks. with solemn tone, Wben wind; of autumn sadly moan. Hat tell with serjr pealing chime Tbtftir above is a fadclens clime; Nn b: (jht is there, they seem to tell, TVi-oUeep. deep tones of the Sabbath bell. When winter comes with ley breath, AnJ nature wean the robes of death, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 February 1859

CEO. W. BBOWHi Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. 8ATCRDAY MORNING, FEB. !6, 18b9. TE2US.SS.ee PEtt A CM. 15 ABVAKCZ Here .holl Uh PrMthe PMale'srla'ataauUtala l:sA7M by Barty, ul aaartbeS 7 STela, Mrdrcd kalta Tratk, I- LlWrtj mm Law. J!Tmnu.u4 a. rw ikaU nni Te iPkKribeni (?) When the term for which tnhscriber re- caivine dieir papers b mail or at the Post-oiEee is out or nearly I we convey the intellicenc by cross at the end of their name, like the at tue commencement of this notice. This will 'i. e nil a fair opportunity to know when their t' me s np, and serre as an inritation to renew their subscriptions. TCP Extra copies of the fTtenld tf Freedom fut np in wrappers for mailing, if desired can e bad at the Office. 1'riee. Five Cents each. The Robia Hood of Kansaa, That something could be offered in ex tenuation of the difficultieAn south-eastern Kansas, do one has ever presumed to doubt That these difficulties degener ated from a contest to secure civil rights, into a mere strife for p...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 February 1859

4 4 J in m LAWRENCE. K. T. s tarday Morning, Feb. 26, 1839. CUlais. ' Te publish elswhere an official notice of tie organization of the CotnmiMionera an Claims; also the Rules and Regulations which they have adopted to guide them tn(j claimant! in the investigation of losae? and damage under the late law of the Legilture- Every reader most be favorably impressed with the justness of the programme laid down. As the Cora piooeri have to close their labors by tha 1st ofJoly.it is necessary they should p m work immediately. The Committee appointed by the suf ferers at their convention in November jiit and who have labored with such in defatigable zeal thus far to secure an early jjjastment and liquidation of these claims, ive engaged the sertfjees of E. 8. Low sax, Esq., one of the' members of the recent Codifying Commission of the legislative Assembly, to prosecute the c'.iiioi before the Commissioners and at Washington. Iu consequence of the more favorable arrangement made with him, b...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 26 February 1859

- cosTixuEO mu riBsj jags); r ballots have been . deposited at such election, or who riiall obtain undue possession of such ballot-box, con taining Euch ballots, and conceal, withhold or destroy tho same,' or who shall fraudulently or forcibly add to or diminish the number of bal lots legally deposited, and all persons tiding or abetting therein, shall be adjudged guilty of a misdemeanor, and on conviction thereof, shall be punished by imprisonment not ex ceeding three years, or by fine not exceeding one thousand dollars, ' Sea. 84. It shall bo the duty of every inspector of elections, ' and of every sheriff, constable and justice of the peace, knowing or having rea son to believe that nn offence, pun ishable tinder tie provisions of this Chapter, La? been committed, to cause tho offender forthwith to 16 arrested, onl to give information thereof to the county attorney of the County where the offence is commit ted, without delay, anti-such attorney shall adopt effectual measures for ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 March 1859

- t Terms: Two Dollars Per AnnumIn Advance. " TRUTH CRUSHED TO EARTH SHALL RISE AGAIN." A Family Newspaper Independent on All S objects. BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, MARCH 5. 1859. NUMBER 31 VOLUME 4. AN ACT Regulating Contested Elections. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislative Assembly of the Ter ritory of Kansas, as folloics : Section 1. The election of any person, declared duly elected to a county office, may be contested by any elector of the county: First, For mal-conduct, fraud, or corrup tion, on the part of the judges of election, in any township, or of any of the boards of canvassers, or on the part of any member of either of those boards. Second, When the in cumbent was not eligible to the of fice, at the time of the election. Third, When the incumbent has been duly convicted of an infamous crime before the election, and the judg ment has not been reversed, annulled, or set aside, nor the incumbent par doned at the time of the election. Fourth, When th...

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. — 5 March 1859

GEO. Wm Editor. LAWRENCE, KANSAS. EATDESAY LlOame, MARCH , 1859. TEEMS S.0 FEB ANXCM.IH AwVASCE Hera shall the Press the PeaIe'icMnaulatala TJaaw'd by sartr, u4 fcrthc r arl rUd cd bat Tratfc. t Llaertr Lav. Kt rtnmiiiuiUl'irMrikslInt, Te Sabacriben JX) vVnan til term for which subscriber re eti'inr. their papers by mail or at the l'ot-ffioe is out or nearly so, we ennvey the intelligent by a eroe at the end of their name like the one at the commencement of this notiee. This will (ire all a fair pnportanity to know when their . time is ot. and serve as aa Invitation to renew their subscriptions. JO" Extra eopios of the Herald of Freedom lot no in wrapnrrs for mailing if deeired, ean be bad at the 02:e. Price. Five Cents each. The Oirjr Oovsmmen An animated election was held on Satur day last in this city, on the new city charter recently enacted by the Territorial Legislature. We are pleased to announce that it was defeated by fifty-eight major ity, the vote standing 102 for the new...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 March 1859

IfetylD of Ti-ecDoh.! LAWRENCE, K. T. Saturday Morning, March 5, 1859. Com with Him. Augustus Wattle cannot expect us to publish anything more from hi pen. whether explanatory or otherwise, after hia peculiar mode of warfare of last week. He tent us a note for publication. It came to hand just after we had gone to press. The poiidon of the Herald of Freedom. The public are full conscious that the Without waiting to see whether it would Berald of Freedom, from its first establish- appear in our next paper, he sends a copy inent in Kansas down to the present, has to the BepuUiean, and represents that we been an indfertdent Free Slate newspaper, had refused to publish it Before we saw It has sustained such men and such that paper, or knew of his treatment of measures as the editor believed would as, the inside of our issue was worked off best advance the interest of the Territory, containing it, giving the Jit to the re and such, we wish to say, will be its course presentation that we ...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 5 March 1859

AN ACT Amendatory to an Act entitled "An Act making an appropriation to par the expens es of the Board of CommiMionen to inves tigate Election Fraud, and granting cer u;n power to tam Board. Be it enacted by the Governor and Legislati ve assembly of the Te r- ruory of Kansas : Section 1.- That the sum of three thousand dollars, in addition to any appropriation heretofore made, is hereby appropriated out of any money iu uie j.erriionai treasury not otner Trise appropriated, to pay the war rants drawn oa the Territorial treas urer, Ly the president of the board of commissioners for the investigation of election frauds, and countersigned by the clerks of said board. Sec. 2. That the several township ana county treasurers of tins Ter ritory are instructed to receive war rants drawn as aforesaid, with inter est on the same at ten per centum per annum, in payment of Temto rial taxes. Approved February 11, 185D. S. MEDARY, Governor. AN ACT To authorize the Board of Supervisors of Lavenworu...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 March 1859

if- --ri ' ) E Terms: Two Dollars Per Annum In Advance. " TEUTH CRUSHED TO ULETH SHALL RISK AGAES." A Family NewspaperIndependent on All Subjects. ti't BY G. W. BROWN & CO. LAWRENCE, KANSAS, MARCH 12. 1859. NUMBER 32 VOLUME 4. - ( ! i OF FlIEOOM, i I goefrj). Starved Bock. Tho itartled wicd swept o'er the gnuj lea. The birds on troubled pinions fiVtored bjr Echoed tho sound along the vardant lea ; Unnumbered warriors rushed with fiendish cry. To win a dire revenge, With tomahawk oft' tinged bj crimson dye. A band of braves first gaxed with sorrowing ere On girlUh forms and sweet, unconscious babes. Then upward glaneed toward the aiure ikj. And proudly met the foe to win or die ; Again the fearful cry Eteel drinks at life's red fount. Hope, art thou nigh? As day to night, so melts the'.little band. "Saved, saved 1 there's yet one hope! the ebeering cry. The cliff, the cliff 1" they shout ; then swiftly flj And mount the friendly ledge; while hurrying by. Presses its moss-grown fo...

Publication Title: Kansas Herald Of Freedom, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Kansas herald of freedom. — 12 March 1859

i lu. (1 1 : i ' 1 Mi r; 1 1 1 3 li -i Mi f i I y Ife Sei.d of reeJoJ CEO. W. BBOW!(t Editor. LAWRENCE. KANSAS. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 12, 1859. TIRSI lt.M PEK AM IX. 1M ADVARCE Here shall the Frees tee PeesleSHa-etos-alatalo Uvaw'S ay aartr. mmS aaarfb4 j gala, Ploacea at Treta, to Llkertr mm Law, He Fever waiasuaaaeFee-resuaU avow Ts Batscrlbr. fX. When the term for which snnoeriberft 1 eeir.na; their papers by mail or at the Post-office a eniss at the end of their name like the one u ooi or nearly an, we convey toe internceae oy at the cnmni(nrment tf this notice. This will iva all a fair opportunity to know when their time ii op, ami serve as no invitation to renew their subscriptions. TO" Extra copies of the Herald of Freedom put op in wrappers lor mauinr. ii aeeireo, can be bad at the Office. Frice. r ire ueois eaon. Another Republican Defeat. We publish elsewhere a letter from one of the most reliable Free State men in the country, from Topeka, showing that that city, the he...

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. — 12 March 1859

LAWRENCE, K. T. gatarday Morning. March 12, 1858. ' The Laws and Journals, fls are in the receipt of sundry letters icaniriDg when the general laws will be ready f distribution. It is impossible to jaswer this inquiry. We have no knowl edge of the number of pages the laws will jyie. The contract for printing them tag been assigned to us by Secretary sUH, nd we shall commence labor on them on Monday next, and execute to .Tcrjge jixteen pages a day, and as much more as we can possibly do. Mr. Walsh ia been actively engaged since the ad journment of the Legislature, in superin tending the preparation of the laws for the bands of the printer. In the mean time he has published an edition of 1,500 copies of 80 pages, embracing the most important laws which take immediate ef fect They were completed and mailed to proper persons in tretj county in the Territory, on Monday last The Journals of the Legislature, at its lut session are printed, and in the hands of the binder. They would have be...

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