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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 21 October 1852

1 A it i - rl N T .11 T- II J I II II - ' WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATH 3 PEINCIFLES P0I2TT THE WAY ; WJLSiH THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TOi FOLLOW." : V -.: Till. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY; OCTOBER 21, 1802.: NUMBER 52. if - . . " - "- . TERMS. The "VOUXTAIX SEXTIXEL" in publish- .1 everv Thursday nioruing, at One Dollar and fiflv Cents per annum,, if paid in advance or within three months; after three months Two Dollar will be charged. , ' , ' tuiu. taken for a shorter teriol than six months r and ne-paper-wiH-beH . 1 ...,.' It snrrAsi rn nut lire TMLtl. A I disconunueu um ......... - failure to notify a discontinuanc at the expira tion of the term- subscribed for, will be consid ered as a new engagement. Ef- ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted at thefoilowing rates: 50 cents per square for the first insertion; 75 cents for two insertions; for three insertions; and 25 cents per square tor every subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion made to those who advertise by the year. Ml advertisements ha...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 21 October 1852

MOUNTAIN SENTINEL. Andrew J. Rhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, TA. r Thnraday, October 21, 1852. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For President, rRAKHLIN PIERCE, of New Hampshire. : . For Vice-President WILLIAM R. IilJVG, of Alabama. lYlio General Scott is. ... ew"I NOW HESITATE BETWEEN EX. TENDING THE PERIOD OF RESIDENCE BE FORE NATURALIZATION TO fiST TWENTY ONE YEARS, AND A TOTAL REPEAL OF ALL THE ACTS OF CONGRESS ON THE SUB JECT JIV 31JXD IXCL1XES TO THE LAT TER. "Scott in 1844. The above sentiment is Gen. Scott's. We have seen it in his own handwriting, over his own signature. Ed. Pennsylvania:. g"YOU ARE INSTRUCTED NOT TO EN LIST FOREIGNERS, FOR THE BATTAL1UJN OF ST. PATRUCIA HAS TAUGHT US THAT FOREIGNERS CANNOT BE TRUSTED." (fen. Scott's Instructions to his Recruiting Officers during the Mexican War. 1 Henry Clay's Opinion of Military Men. Better that tear, Pestilence and famine should sweep over the land, THAN THAT A MILITARY HIEFTAIN SHOULD BE ELEVATED TO THE PRESIDENCY." Henry Clat. Gen. Scott on...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 21 October 1852

Gen. Scott's Speeches lie l Again Flredwlth Indignation !" : :' i "-?;.. f", ' .:-. : i The Gin'ral continues hard fit work in electioneering- , Si Hue lie left .Washington some three weeks since, lie has deli vted more than tiftv littl speeches, in ill of which he was curc fufto y niitbit.g in r?ird to rational subjects, but confines himself to the military. At Colum bus, Ohio, h'i w;a sgiiin "tired with indigna tion " on account of a pnf.lgraph t!mt appeared in a' Democratic German paper of that city. The psriigv.ij.il in question charged and back-eJ-the charge with too that (Jen. Scott, dur ing the -Mexican war, '-had fifteen German sol diers tied by both hands to a tree, and whip ped " These Germans were raw recruits, and had been convicted of some petty offence, on the tdtimony of tiro xroriniess Mexican loajers. j.ue Hermans, protested their innocence, both before oftor thev bad been whipped. hen re fused from the tree, lacerated, bleeding and -.,;ntin". with clenched teeth th...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 21 October 1852

Cod save the Commonwealth. PROCLAMATION OF GENERAL ELECTION. Pursuant tn an nut r.f fjpnprnl Assembly of the Commonwenlth of Pennsylvania, entitled, An net relnlinir to the elections of this Com monwealtb ;" approved the second day of July, Anno Domini, one tRousnnd eisht hundred nnd T TOTTV Hit WLEY. Iliffh Sheriff of the eountv of Cambria, in the State of Penn sylvania, do hereby make known and give notice to the electors of the county aioresaiu, mai GENERAL ELECTION will be held in the said county of Cambria on the FIRST TUESDAY. (and 2nd day) of No vember, 1852, at which time the qualified elec tors will vote for TWENTY SEVEN ELECTOES. For President and Vice JWsident of the United States. In pursuance of said act, I also hereby make known and give notice, that the places ot hold ing the aforesaid general election in the several election districts within the said county of Cam bria, are as follows, to wit : The Electors of the district composed of the borouch of Ebensbure, to mee...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 28 October 1852

k WHEftE TC3EOCSATIC PEHTCirLES TO ITT THE "WAY ;-iEZxI THEY CEASE TO LEAD, 7E CEASE TO FOLLOW." "WE GO . - - i - - ; , . VOLUME IX. TERM S. .. un r VT 4-V SEXTIXEU' is publish- iwito. will be char , 'iSf 01 notify a continuanc at the expira SLTf S. 2m subscribed tor, .ill be consid- 5S?ISS wai be inserted following rates:-50 cents per square for 'St fir.t insertion; 75 cents for tivo insertions; for three insertions ; and 25 cents per square r evcrv subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc !n X to those who advertise by the year. T advertisements handed in must have the number of insertions marked thereon rXv wu be published until forbidden, an J SSin accordance with the above terms. All letters and communications to insure lllcr7is a noble and patriotic song from sweet Democratic poetess : From the Louisville Times. Pierce Will t our President. BY MBS. B. T. FOSTER. AwiOte ! awake ! the time hath come, To heir a nation's voice. Tie cause of Truth and Liberty Are hanging on our choice...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 28 October 1852

I " 1 III llll II I I n I I i ui j- m ju tj m in.juuimjJLM.PWgBM 10 Andrew J. They, Editor. FBT1IB SHTIIH. DEM6CMTS OF CAMBRIA, EBENSBURG, PA. Tliv.rsilny, OcioVcr 28, ISSii. XiSOCilATEC TICKET. Per President, rRAIV3ir.i?i I'lERCE, cf Kew Hampshire. Tor Yice-Presidest cf Alabama. TE:o FranRISsi Fierce Is. jnfTtctbcr the people shall confirm the notion of the convention which nominated me or not, ih all be satisfied, for I KNOW the office will be conferred upon a man ("FRANK. PIERCE deserving; your CONFIDENCE and SUPPORT." GeiC ScoiCs speech at Washington, June 21, 1852. B1"A MORE GALLANT MAN, OR A MORE HONORABLE MAN" THAN GEN. PIERCE BOTH IN PUBLIC AND IN PRIVATE, I NEVER KNEW." Gen. Scott to Col. Gorman. KGEN PIERCE IS EMINENTLY QUAL IFIED FOR THE OFFICE OF PRESIDENT OF THIS GREAT REPUBLIC. Xational Intel igenccr, Whig organ at Washington Ci'y. "I bear testimony to the statesmanlike abili ty, and the voile, ceverous, brave and gallant character of FRANKLIN PIERCE, of New Hampshire....

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 28 October 1852

PFNXSYLVAMA ELECTIOX. V, publish below the official vote of all the unties in the State, which foots up the hand le ni.-uoritV of 1,710 ! fr Hopkins, for Lai Commissioner, ana 21,30!) ! for Wood- Ttard for Judge- of the Supreme Court. The 'lemo'cracy of the State and Uiiii n may well he ml of this result, achieved as it was over the omhined an'! untiring efforts of the unscrupn-rilr-ji : ress and orators of this and r.oigh- t m-v- Democrats, the eves ot all tne : s of the Union are upon you, and as large, ,.ir(Tcr majority is ccucu iui a xxwxj or , rrQ next Tuesday. Turn out, and you a t.r a ti 1 more Eionous mum uu. ... 1- - i 1. T can acmcv ,rood work he done over again. Sup. Judge. Canal Com. e Fr? o o o C- 3 o s o S3? c a COUNTIES. 2101 7W5G 17U 1G03 2022" 8538 228.3 2422 4772 2403 1213 084 lG'JS 55t" 1UJ2 70:J H28 ;o2 21j7. 2782 o071 2001 1U1 8247 2008 8405 040 1217 2070 19'J0 830 1037 0741 1719 2373 2476 2002 17,8 3S1 1G5S 1231 203 4125 775 2098 1330 1112 8782 13313 50 1C0 375...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 28 October 1852

God iqto tiie CommonTTcaltU. PROCLAMATION OF 11 mrsunnt to nn act of General Assembly oi the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled, "An net reeling to the elections of this Com monwealth ;" approved the second Jay of July, Anno Domini, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine, 1, JOHN BRAWLEY, High Shenfl f the county of Cambri.i, i the Mate of 1 enn ylvanin, do hereby make known and give notice tj the electors of the county aforesaid, that u GENERAL ELECTION will he held in the said county of Cambria on the FIRST TUESDAY, (ami 2nd day) of No vember. 1852. at which time the qualified elec tors will vote for TWENTY SEVEN ELECTOES. Jut President and Vice President of the United Sillier. In pursuance cf said tct, I also hereby make known and give notice, that the places of hold ing the aforesaid general election in the several election districts within the said county of Cam bria, are as follows, to wit : The Electors of the district composed of the borough of Ebensburg, to meet at ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 4 November 1852

IS. 3" irW' "WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY ; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." 7TI VOLUME IX. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, MEMBER 4, 1852. Mi 111 i T li It M S The "MOUXTAIX SEXTIXEL" is publish ed every Thursday morning, at One Dollar and Fifty Cents per annum, if paid in advance or within three months; alter three months Two Dollar will be charged. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; and no paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid. A f ulur to notify a discontinuanc at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, will be consid ered as a new engagement. HQ. ADVERTISEMEXTS will be inserted at the following rates: 50 cents per square for tbo first insertion ; 75 cents for two insertions ; 1 for three insertions ; and 25 cents per square jor cverv subsequent insertion. A liberal reduc tion made to those who advertise by the year. H advertisements handed in must have the 1, roper number of insertions marked thereon, ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 4 November 1852

MDMTAil SENTINEL. " Andrew J. Rhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. Thursday, November a, 1C58. The Result of the Election. The success of our party in the Union is in deed gratifying. Frank. Pierce and William R. King are elected by immense majorities. The result needs no comment. The figures speak in thunder tones against the whig party. We have carried the camp of the enemy by storm, from Maine to California, and the judg ment of the people is strongly in favor of the men and measures of the Democratic Party. The Democracy of the entire country have nobly fought and nobly won a great victory. The gal lant Democracy of Cambria did their duty like true and faithful soldiers in the democratic ranks. The result here is a glorious one and is deserving of the highest praise. Once more we have a Democratic President a man who will discharge the duties of his office with credit to himself and honor to his country. CAMBRIA COIXTY ELECTIOX. Pierce. Allegheny, Blacklick, Cambria, Conemaugfi, Clearfi...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 4 November 1852

serious Fires In Constantinople. gg, A correspondent of the St. Louis In telligencer, writing from Constantinople, under date0f Aug. Hth, says: "Fire I fire! fire!" We hear hut little else 0W in Constantinople but the cry of fire. It really see m sometimes as though this whole ci ty must soon be reduced to ashes. To give you gome faint idi-- f the amount of suffering from il is evil, I will briefly recapitulate rhe doings of single week. Wednesday night a fire decla red itself in the city proper, iu a quarter called the "Fruit Bazaar." It continued burning for f Te Lours steadily, having consumed at least three hundred and eighty-four stores and shops containing fruit, oil, tobacco, salt, &c. &c. gome dwelling houses, also, were burned, and me cuard house and one police office. During the same night ten houses were burnt at Yemi Keni, on the Bosphorus. On Thursday afternoon a fire caught in Pera the residence of the Europeans. It began in fl painter's shop, and could not be ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 4 November 1852

Cambria County, ss. m LIE Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to the 1 Sheriff of said County, Greeting : we com mand you, as we have heretofore commanded you, that you summon Dr. William A. Vickroy, George Gettysnd Mary his wife, formerly Mary Vickroy, Moses F. Marshall and Matilda his wife, formerly Matilda Vickroy, Louisa Vickroy, William Hancock and Charlotte his wife, form erly Charlotte Slick, late of your county so that they be and appear before our Judges at Ebens Lur", at our county court of Common Pleas, there to be held the first Monday of December next, to show wherefore, vbere as Edwin A. Vickroy, and the aforesaid Dr. W ll liam Vickroy, George Vickroy, George Getty s and Mary his wife formerly Mary Vickroy, Mo ses F. Marshall and Matilda his wife formerly Matilda Vickroy, Louisa Vickroy, Wm. Han cock and Charlotte his wife formerly Charlotte Slick, together and undivided do hold, one tract of land containing one hundred and seventy acres, known as the "Coleman Farm," being pa...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 November 1852

ifL ! -' i $ f ! -1 1 'I. I ' "WE GO "WHEilE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POIUT THE WAY WHEW TZTY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW.' '-if; . i , r VOLUME IX. EBBASBlTiG, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER II, 1852. 3. M 11 3 IB 1 K Tl 1 B 3 I III. V ' T 12 li 31 S- The "MOUXTMX SEXTIXEL" is publish ed every Thursday morning, at -ar Y?y tUf Pt annum, if paid m advance or wUhin three months: after three mouths Two Mlar. will he charge;! . . uubKor h.tio:i win oe ... r',l than six-months; nml no paper win w 5;k..m.tinfleJ until oil arrearage ore paid. A . ,.:r.. .. ,i;u-i-mf mti.-itm !lt the CXI)!l';l- tlOIl Ol f the term suosenneu 101, m cunom- rwd us a. new engagement. CfT. ADVERTISEMENTS will be inserted ,t tlfoilowing rates: 50 cents per square for the frst insertion: 75 eents for two insertions; for three insertions ; and 25 cents per square ..,r f very Bubseciuent insertion. A literal rcdue- t'.-.-i made to those who advertise oy uic year. ' .m iv.rtUiTnents handed in must have A" ,l" . . .. ....... i...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 November 1852

M OH H T A I N SENTINEL. Andrew J. Rhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. TlmriMly XoTtmberll, 1852. Tlie Foi(-Offiee In Pittsburg We notice in several of the Pittsburgh pnpers that the name of Lieut.. Robert Anderson, is mentioned in connection with the appointment of Postmaster of thiit city, under the adminis tration of President Pierce. An' intimate ac quaintance with the gentleman named renders it an agreeable duty for us to bear our humble testimony in his favor as a man admirably qual ified in every respect for the station of irre proachable integrity, sterling business qualinca tions and unswerving democracy. His long ex the Pittsburir Office, where he was ever faithful and honest, makes him familiar with the business, and gives to all "assurance doub ly sure," that, if appointed, the duties of his office would be attended to ably and satisfacto ry The 1Vllg Party and Gen. Pierce. Daniel Webster, a short time before his death, railed his confidential friend, Peter Harvey, Esq., of Bos...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 November 1852

judh"i i 'ii rn iinnninr- tii ir n wmi iinii i rii'rmi nm n iw imili 1,13 a. vjk Op pood6 and merchandise in Cambria county ibrthe-yeaT 1852. -Hnff to the Cth faction cT the Act of -Repassed March 4lu it is tbe duty of the county Treasurers -to f'lhlish nnn'n 'lr in the month of November. i: two news; n- ' in the scvi ral civ.ru. unci b' one in each jntv where n paper is published, a list of all Arsons returned to him : s Retailors of Goods Merchandise, des-igpatlng tin e who have. sJ those who I.MVo not t.tkeu out license AtitLiu their respective cities and counties." t Ashland Furnace. garouel Lapon t taken out Cambria Township. EJwaril Shoemaker do Carroll Tonnship. JnoPI'arisii J!lCob Stultz jloore & Carroll Peter Wibel Martin Shrott n-.tniel Hubbart tii-ril) Zorn do do do do do do do Conemaugh Township. Snbinson Shoenberger & co do- peter Shoeubci per Geo S Kins & co Augustus Banner do do do " Clearfield Township. pwiel Liizinger J & R Black Roger Shiels J.,hn Z...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 11 November 1852

OJTLY T3TJ2 PORTRAIT OF WASHINGTON. JUST PUBLISHED, T. D. WELCirS MAGNIFICENT PORTRAIT OF WASI-IXGTOIV- Engraved (by permission) from Stuart's onfy ori ginal portrait, in the Athencum, Boston. This superb picture, Engraved under tbe su perintendence of Thomas Sully, Esq., tlie emi nent nnd highly gifte d artist, is the only correct likeness of Washington ever published. It has been characterised as the greatest work of ni t ever produced in this country. As to its fiueli ty, we refer to the letters of the adopted son of Washington, George Washington Park Custis, who s-.ys. 4,it is a faithful representation of the celebrated original," and t Chief Justice ia ney of the Supreme Court of the United States, who says, "As n work of art its excellence am! beauty must strike every one who sees it : and it is no less h:ippy in its likeness to the Father of his country. It was my good fortune to have seen him in the days of my boyhood, and his whole appearace is yet strongly impressed on my ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 18 November 1852

A ffl ' WE OO "WHEEE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE "WAY jWHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." V0L1BHUX. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1852. MS ill ill T K K M S. me "VOUXTAIXSEXTIXEL" is publish .J every Thursdav inomin?, at One Dollar and my Cents per annum, if paid in advance or JiVuin three months; after three months Two Voliars will be charged. No subscription will be taken for a shorter .eriod than sis months; and no paper will bo .continued until ell arrearage are paul. A failure to notify a discontmuanc at the expira tion of the term subscribed for, will be consid rid ss a new engagement. KTi, ADVEHT1SEMEXTS will be inserted i; the following rates: SO cents per square for ,., fr.t insertion: 75 cents lor two insertions; t'lirel in accordance with the above .terms -. i m laftors ?itil communications to insi J V i i -- - - ttcut;on must he post paid. A. J. It II LI ure rSyTbis is the sfisoG of Agricultural Fairs, t- 1 tve folk-win-' verses, written by Mrs. Fran- ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 18 November 1852

MOUNTAIN SENTINEL. Andrew J. Xhey, Editor. EBENSBURG, PA. Thursday, XoTtmbtr 18, 1S52. The New Portage Railroad. The prospects are that nbout the 1st of Decem ber the above road will be so far completed as to avoid Plane No. 2 connecting with the pre eent Portage at the foot of Plane No. 3. And, about the 1st of January, or perhaps sooner, a connection will be made at the foot of Plane No. 4, (which will be a permanent one for some time,) thereby avoiding Planes 2 and S. Up to that point the road is nearly completed, and the Engineers and contractors expect by the above time to have it in readiness for the cars, r The balance of the road across the mountain cannot be too speedily finished. There are several very heavy sections, for the completion of which, time and immense labor are necessa rv. They should, however, be pushed forward and worked continually. The present road is inadequate for more business, and is entirely behind the spirit and progress of the age. True, the Portage ...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 18 November 1852

t down for trial at a Court of Common Pleas S , bo held at Ebensburg in and for the coun f Cambria on the first-Monday of December frit pport? Ettm et al . Jvson Rbey , from et Hl Potts et al Uraman Bsrclay et al Rockafeller Commonwealth for use Cretin jl'Dowell Moore Dillon for use Bailey's Adm Same Scdlemyer et al St Clair Movers Kepler FIRST WEEK. vs. Lit linger, Dilb'i:. ' Newman et al Crum ' Dillon Crnui Smay ' Kobinsou ct al " Glass Brawley et al " rutt Boyle SECOND WEEK. vs. M'Guire ct al " Wr.ttS ct all Ballew et al Conway Russell Frouk et al Dillon Carroll et al Same Bell & Co Gates " Gillespie Seanlan R. L. JOHSSTON, rrotK'y. Cambria County, ss. The Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, to the Sheriff of Cumbria county, Greeting; Whereas James I lagans heretofore in our countv Court of Common Fleas of the county of Cambria, to wit ; on the ninth dny of Septem ber, Anno Domini, cue thousand eight hundred ami fiiiv, 'before tiie nonor-.toie tue JuUges tneu ...... .twtimr tho sam...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 18 November 1852

IE-US PORTRAIT OP WASHEtfGTOIT. . JUST PUBLISHED, T. B. WELC2TS MAGNIFICENT PORTRAIT OF WASBIIXGTOX. IScgrJivcd (by permission) from Stuart's only ori ginal portrait, in the Atbeneum, Boston. This superb picture, Engraved under the su perintendence of Thomas Sully, Esq., the emi nent nnd highly rifted artist, is the only correct , Ukcne6S of "Washington ever published. It has j been characterised as the greatest work of ort , ver produced in this country. As to its fideli- j tv, we refer to the letters of the adopted son of j Washington, George Washington Park Custis, I who savs, -it is a faithful representation ot the cck-bra'ted oricir.nl," nnd to Chief Justice Ta ney of the Supreme Court of the United States, who says, "As a work of art its excellence and beauty must strike every one who sees it : and it is no less happy in its likeness to the Father cf his country. It was my good fortune to have eeen him in the days of my boyhood, and his whole appearace is yet strongly impresse...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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