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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 5 January 1844

A Til E O TTAWA FREE' TRADER. TlIE'niEKTRADKK: ruMLisnm wnui a . JOK.I IHSCi.UILLini ()SM1, Liialle trfr.t, one ilinr fnmt tUr nirth-wisl turner of the I'uhlic Sjimre. t ni: TufoJ-Jltrs p-ra-inum, if paid iu v.Lvn-r . x... ',;..-,,. nn r,. ;f ,u'J ir'tiin ..i , i-j' ',., with.- d IhrerdJLlr if ddrl until t.u ! Alixrtiieuituh in-rrlttl ul f 1 r sfiitirfr tin first iimerliinl, nnd -." ctnl fr 'H U nai.-c.'iM insertion. A L'icral dlicuiutt imuL h tli" .' " u lverlic by the ;fur. dj'.Yj nu'Kcriljcrs iafctn fr n !trl-r purind t.'ian tix inuiithi. Cjf.Yj ;i')cr di'onlin'i'il until 0'C Will, uicmt o "' ' ''' id.hr. (jj-.l,7 cmu'ii unirtititi'f, lu iu.iurt! uHiiilnin, iii-t.t citmr. f,rt of ;?.'''''. BLMNESi CUIUS. TilKlll'HI LL'H I.. IIICKKT. C K.IHI. . ibiiii. : Altotnnji (in I (.'ouinill.tr. at I.d'V, OTTAWA, II. .i . i . i . i . ii. -1.- v ....... U.iK-emi nif cut wni in iiii i le'iiu ( -. i Iiit vci'ii tlu M in-ii'iil II iu iiii'l I'HV tl i. in I h moiiH f irini-iU .I'-ciinu-.l ai a l....

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 12 January 1844

mm OTA mi? rp 1.11 OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R C 0 M M E R C E A NO. HER'FREE INSTITUTIONS. : VOL. IV. v OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 12, 1344. NO. ML Prom tho St. Louis Mi.Hourimi. The Oitlaua Malt Tnx I.cHer from Col. neulou la tior. K-'oril, ef llliiieu. Strange in it may seem, yet it is a truth which houlJ be known to tho Western farmer, (hat the whig tarill though lui J enough in building up u few Eastern manufactures at tlie exieno of other and greater interests by iu invidious enact riioiitat, if in nothing) oppressive uj in its iniijuiiuus provisions with regard to tho duty which it impooi upon imported salt tin article of absolute, ncccsuily, in tho first place ; and in the necund, of leading interest in the chief business of tho Western farmer. Yen, tiani;c as it may teem, the great article otsalt, one of the leading necessaries of life, and an article absolutely necessary to a leading interest of the West, is lixxid highir, iii proportion to value, thmi uny other article...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 12 January 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. UeUOlll VTIU CAXUIDATES for IS41roa president : " MAHTIN Ti.1 BCttEX, of Xew York. . rort'vicr. presidkst : TJTrtnnn if. J!)'1m)N'. of Kentucky. , 141 l II ItU ' ww.-.- , - . S'j?ct (ut'ieJrrisinn of a A itimwl to'iremtun.j For PrcmiilrBllnl lienors, A. W. C.WAKI.Y. first rircuit. A. C. FbT.NCIf, third circuit, W. A. KIcmRi-N. "' JOHN' CALHdl'N, eighth circuit. -!' wmmmm . CiC' ITS "JUSTICE AriD EQUALITY." the fi n:: i : t k a i ) 1: i r . Ollmrn, III., I'l ltliiy, Jniiiinrf 1 I, 1111 t'nr.iil .Mnllci". Mr. Uti anived at thin place on Wednesday rrum Lockport, and bring highly rurouruging account relative to iho canal, r.Mi'lciing it hotly certain that ihu work will hn resumed in n very few months. I Id leave again thi morning fur Chicago, whence, in company with Cov. Divi and Captain Sivirr, hn will immediately proceed to IJoSton, and from there to Kumpc. for the purpose of finally adjusting the negotiation in regard to the canal, and to expedite business. He...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 12 January 1844

T II E O T T A W A FREE T it A D E R . Who does not abhor parodies ? They verify ihe remark of Napolean that "there ii hut a ntP between the sublime ami ridiculous." The most beautiful entimentt are thus made to excite laughter; and the more beautiful the more ludicroii just as the sweetest cider makes the sourest vinegar. Hryant has this noble line somewhere, so 'often quoted "Truth crushed to earth will rise aaaiu." Some scape-grnco adds ; "So will a toad. Wo have seen a tolerably well killed toad hop away in less than fifteen minutes." The fellow means to say we suppose, parodizing Mr yam's fine stanzas, and alluding to the physiological fact that these reptiles have been known to live for centuries embedded in the hearts of rocksToads crushed to earth will rise again, The eternal year of time are tlirirs; But adder wiHiudi'd, writhe in pain, And die before llii'ir murderer. C'uii.uirrtinl. Cuicinrt, .Ian. 8. A little more id dointr, to-day in pork than there has been for several...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 12 January 1844

f - T II E 0 rr T A W A FREE TR A 1) E R . THE FREE TUADEIl rCMLlSUSU WIIKLI t join nisfi i wiLUUi osaix, Lualte tlreet, one door from the north-writ turner if the Public Sjuarc. ' tiihi t Tun dtAUrt prr itnnuni, if p'lid in odninrr , 7Vj JolUrs und fifty coiti if paid within nix t.t 1 Ii . ..,. '..,., months ; am, imrrr aou.tr, j v ojtiieyear. -1 tieriinenirtil nmtrrea ui 1 t 'V'"i v,,r . . . .. 1 ..- 1. ,. umrliaH. Ml - cc,u insertion. A Literal dcnunt mauc lo lwi: wliu ttdvtrline by the yrar. (Jj'.Yi tuhicrifisr, taken fir a thurl'r jirrl.d than six months. dj.Y 1 pwr dliennt'.il fd nol'l ft II arrtMi-itgcn ..r. n,,;, .,,.,.. ni tl ,l,,l ufl'lf td.lirn. (Xj-t.V ci it rft'iinifinilf, til invf. ulUutiiii, 1 coe re 0 pnstinsr. BUSIXESS cinus. Tui:ui'itni'H l. ineKi.r. klihiuk . ns.ii.11 Dickey tV TisIitT, Attorneys an I C'auiiu.Hors at I.nw, OTTAWA, Ills. O:lit:o on th 'Kt Mn tf tho J'uMic S,iuri', i;i,iV, between Ilia .Nf.nsioii HiiHH ami 'ily II ilrl, in 1'ur t!ii .liw-ivi-ry w an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 19 January 1844

OTTAWA mm t OUR CO DNTR Y H E R COMMERC E A NO HER FREE INSTITUTIONS 1 VOL. IV. OTTAWA , ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1011. NO. 31. THE RABIE. 1 ' 1U it r ' ' : 4 B t v. Is , BP Si .i '! t Itl'SlI MKDIt'AI. UOLLEGG. To Daniel DnAiNtnn, M.D., I'nfessor, ?ff.: Dear Si'r I Jiavc just read your lecture introductory tu the course of Anatomy ami Surgery at the opening of the l!ush Medical College, with great pleasure ami deep interest. It conveyed to mo the first intelligence tliut the call of the institution upon the citizens of Chicago for uid hud lieen so successfully made, and that you were, in consequence, already supplied with the necessary chemical apparatus to open tho institution in u manner so advantageous to the student and gratifying to its faculty. As I mil numbered among the oldest physicians in the northern part of the stutc, having now practised more than twenty years, I shall olli r no upolugy for making thus publicly u few icinark respecting your infant institution and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 19 January 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. DB.TIOCR.1TIC CAKDIDATi:! for ISM. FOR PRESIDENT : MAIITIN VAN Dl'IlEN', of Jew York. rort vicb president: RIcniRD 31. JOIIXSBV, of Kfntucli)'. S'j:d tothedcehUiix of a Xtlimud Convention. For I'li'tulrmiiil l.'lrclor, A. W. CAVA 111. V, first circuit. JOHN 1). V()Ul, second circuit. A. C. VUV.SiUI. third circt.it. W. A. RIUUARDNO.V, fifth circuit. JOHN CAMIOL'X, eighth circuit. "JUSTICE A.N3 EQUALITY." the FiiKG mwrni Ottawa, fit., ritiliijr, Jniiiiuir t'.i, IMi Till) Canal I'oiiTcoln;; f the l.risliilurc. Wo have ucii tho jr t imi urnj Iroiu variotii quarter of Into that (J.iv. I'.ud should, as speedily o possible, convene tin) Icislaturo of Ihi ita'.e, fyr the purpns? of acting on the arrangemerit with the foreign bondholders to complete our canal, and in relation to the proposed tax. Ily New York paperi wo observe that a paper, .urging inch a course upon our governor, has been extensively ciiculatid in that city, mi'l signed liy icr;n holding laiirl ill I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 19 January 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. The 4'oiiniry .evv.pupirii. Pcrlinps tlicrc is no engine of public good, at onre go simple! in t's operations, ami so effective in its results, as the country newspapers. Conducted, in general, by a respectable citizen, whom all the neighborhood know, and the whole county have known r years, the country newspaper is ever a valued visitor ot the fireside, during the long winter evenings, or a welcome messenger from the great world, in the calmness of summer twilight. As a general thing, the country newspaper is the fairest of all critics especially in matters of literature. A fir from the din of a large city, where starving genius is engaged in the light, hand to hand with crosseyed charlatanism ; where fraud revels while worth freezes ; where the orphan and the widow thank Clod fur their hard crust of bread, while the bank director and the robber feeds to s.nicty over hi purloined banquet. Afar from the din of a large city, its w rong, iis corruption, its cha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 19 January 1844

Til E OTT'AAVA FREE TRADER. THE FREE TRADEU. ruiLimiD wttK.tr jonx nisE k villus oshaj, JkwaJfe ree, one d,nr from the north-west corntr of the Public Square. tibms: Turn dollars per annum, if ptid in ndvinrr; Two (LlLin and ft; cent if paid within months t and three dollars if dhyed until tlx end of the year. , Alrerti'sements Inserted nt per sq'uuef the first imerlion, and 23 cents fr each snh-cpinit insertion. A liberal discount twide to those w!n adiwtire by the year. gyXt subscribers taken for a shorter pern than six month. 03".Yj pwr diicontiiffd until nil ttneuriiy are pnid. unless at the option "ftit. ell n (yA!l eommmicaHon, to inur; uttcntitn must come free of prisairr. J ' , - I!!'SII:SS CARDS. THUorillLlS t. I1ICKKT. UKOMhlC . PIS.li.ll. Ik!tuy At Fiilier, Attorneys an I Counsellors ut .rue, OTTAWA, his. O Tics on ths cast si hi iif tin Public Square, between thn Minion House ami ( ley Hold, in the rooms f irmerly necupiod ai u la v o.iico 1 v llrura, Farwcll iV Holt. Ot...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 26 January 1844

OTA III II OUR C 0 U N T R Y H E R COMMERC E A N D H E R FREE. INSTITUTIONS NO. 32. VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1814. TMGTJ 4 0 FLimir ov Tim:. Time speeds away away away 5 Another hour another day Another month another yearDrop from us like the leaflets sear ; . Drop like tho life-blood from our hearts ; The rosc-bhrom from the cheek departs; The tresses from the temples f ill, The rye grows dim and strange to c. ' Time speeds away away away J. ike the torrents in a stormy day ; lie undermines the stately lower, Uproots the tree, and snaps the flower ; And sweeps from our distracted hreast Tho friends that lov'd, tho friends that b'.css'd; And leaves us weeping on the shore, To which they can return 110 more. Time speeds away awsy away ; No eagle through the skies of day, No wind along the hills can fleo, 80 swiftly or so smooth as he. : Like, fiery steed from stage to stago Ho bears us on from youth to age, Then plunges in the fearful see Of fathomless Eternity ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 26 January 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. DETIOIICITIU CASUIDATKJstor isu. FOR PRESIDENT : H.UT1J VAX MM. of Xew York. for vice presidkxt: IUCiURD M. JO UN SOX, of Kentucky. 'Sjljxt hlhtdteUionofa Sdlmnl Convention.) S'ar riTMrnllnl Electors, A. W. CAVAKl.Y, first circuit. J()HX 1. WOl)l, second circuit. C. KKK.VCII. ihird ihcuit. W . RICH ARIs(), lilih circuit. JOIIX CALHOUN, eighth circuit. "JUSTICE AND EQUALITY." THE l-'KEK TKAUEIi. Otltivr.i, III., I'llilny, Juniinrr I'-). IHiilh of 4ov. Diiiicnn. The Statu Register, of the 1'J h inst. oy: We loam from J.ifksonville 1 1 :it Hon. Jntorii lk'sawr, Ex-Ciovcrnorof thi slate, and foruu-ily Representative in Congress from Illinois, died at hi residence on llio night of Monday of congestive fever. Thin sudden death nf u citizen eminent, has cant a gloom over mir riiy. U'c dflcply r-r.:t the bereavement w hich his firmly will sustain, ami must sincerely inj.it'UUu willi I. is many friend in diff rent juris of the stale. (iov. Duncan had done service fir ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 26 January 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. .1: I H Orrgoit Territory. Lwnpean Corrtfjymdince vf t!tc Richmond ZT.iquiter. rRAXICFOIlT OS THE MAINE, ? November 10, 1613. 5 Dear Sir : A few days previous to the date of my last, several articles appeared io the Hamburgh "Barren-Halle," in relation to the Territory of Oregon, bowing l!io valiility of the titlooflhe United States to that valuable region, ami the absurdity of Great Britain's claims to any portion of it. They have beed republished in numerous papers, and most extensively perused. It ia a matter of wonder to Europeans, nut of England, that a country, possessing so many advantages, combining such powerful interests, as that beyond the Kooky Mountains, should have been permitted by its rightful owners, to have remained until now a wilderness. They have hitherto not been aware of its resources, us extent, or, indeed, its precise location on the face of the globe. Whatever Oregon may have been worth, before the Chinese Tariff of duties was establ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 26 January 1844

T H E. O T T A V A F 11 -E E TRADE R . II 1 PL THE FREE TRADER. j - Fl'ILISHID VZEKI.T It I joa.i iiise & wiLLim osm j Lnu& f7, o'r J.mrennt Me north-uctt t torntr of the Ptiblle Spiare. Timi : i Tvo itJhrt per annum, if ptld ' "t'f ' 7r n,i-SJiJifctm.j - in this ,.! taii:ni miwn''"'v j imeir iuiu mi a vflhe irir. ; Simula, Hedsti- Cabinet nml Chair rUaiiufactory. rgVIF. undersigned liaviiij .1.. tcrad into co-partnership in t!i manufacture -of CHAIRS "d rn ;.M?T want, be leuvc to ori- lin'.irire I. Ihmr friends and the public in vomeral, tli:it they havp const.,. illy mi linnil ami real.f..r sale, at I' to Miit the liaies, at tin ir simp mi La Sal-e pvrrv nimtv "I u 1 1 it-u- in ; i- . .'. '. .'..,. II .HI''--'', HI! iil-l"l!, 1 If.oil, !.. ,4 lovllitmtattiwtKlut l J"' ''"'"" 1 Chair, ;.!! SCI i' . i . t i n,-il iWiVi. nnd 2J erulsjnrearn """", re v insertion. A l:be;vl itin.Kit w-iit f" rf w rrJ-A', i;cSer luhr fir a ,.'i.-.-r -.-..-. .,. titan tlx month. 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 2 February 1844

1 1 J 1 I OTTAWA OUR CO UNTR Y H E R C 0 M MERC E A NO HER FREE INSTITUTIONS. VOL. IV. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1844. NO. 33. "" mmmmm , ,. mmww I ii ' i i 'mi in ;, n' T V ' " ' ' JUL JU.wJL4JLi JL ILVki. lULfJiyjL -"a "' . - wr - -Vw--JS.-V? .. ........ it 1 IS- i i "i i - 0 From the Democratic Review, January No. A HECK.Vr UA.TIBI.lt Among the Peaaanlry of England. T IVDOt CAItLKTOX, Of L0VUA3A. Most books of travels in foreign conn tries abonni in details about kings and pal aces, lords and ladies, but say nothing of the condition of the pesantry ; the class of mankind by whose humble labors the rest are fed. Nor can just information be had from citizens casually met in Miblic vehicles, taverns, or steamers. To under stand the subject, I was, therefore, com pelled to enter their cottages and examine for myself, in all the states of Europe through which I passed, especially in England, where I resided, at intervals, . more than twenty months. When I first saw that be...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 2 February 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER.. " , , l'H liinn 1 reiJ but most of the children were then . M;vinr the rudiment of education through the benevolence of that lady in a school where she maintained 172 nt her own expense. The scanty appropriation for the establishment of public echo:.! i ewallowed up before it reaches its .lot -nation. It was said that seventy thousand pounds were appropriate! at the same time for the ropaits of the Queen -sta.de Whether this be (rue or nt, it.id appear on motion of Mr. Williams, in March, 1813. that near a million f potinns, t,.al is, five millions of dollars, bad been xpended by government on h; r diH r. nt palaces and parks, since t!ia year IfM ; mid yet. during that tun", two hum-rcd nnd firty thousand pounds li id hern nppropriated far public schools tWogl.mil tlie entire realm. Tba English are, indeed, a gren! people. They hold two rept.;r, by sea n.vl by l.inl; they Inv.i str.t.ed their vast dominions t tho outer limits of the . I . - 1 1 I l,r n .1 , ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 2 February 1844

THE OTTAWA FREE TRADER. The Filgriia Falhrr. The following stmiz.it w re written ly (I. P. Morris for Ihe Tit KugUnJ Society of New York, nJ uug ut their iliiinrr recently given it the Aitor llout. It shoulJ be in-servcJ lumn; our national songi : A rock in llie wilelcrnrs welcomed our niics, From bnJiiB fr over the tUrk-rolliug na; On that hiily alur tuny kiuMlfil the bit, Jehovah, which glow in our bosoms lor tlire; Tby blesniags iluscrnii in sunshine ami shower, Or rofc from the soil that waioown by thy hum); The mountain and valley n-joiicil in thy power, AnJ Heaven encircled and smiled on the land. The Tilcrimst of old an exami.ls have given Of mild rcsinnation, devotion and love, veil ; Which beams lilie the star in the blue vault ol heaA beacon light hung in their mansion ubovo, In church und cathedral we kneel in our prayer Their temple and chuprl were valley and hill Hut (Jod is thn fan e in the iiisle or the air, AnJ he is the rock that wc Irjn upon k'iII. From the Baltimo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 2 February 1844

THE OTTAWA Fit EE TRADER. THE FREE TKADEli. rVBLtiaXD WEEKLY BT joiii niss & wiLii.ni Ljv34m! street, one door f mm the north-west earner of the Public Sjaare. TIKI ! TModoJlira oerannun, if pnU in advene ; Tm daliirs and f.ftu cent if paid w'thin six , j ,i t. n...:rt .,.,..',7 the rnJ , , J cjiietjcar. Jt-$t imerlton, and S5 cents fir each substfttnt J. . .... ... , , , ,.. ' . . advert he by the year, w ' J ' taansixmonttu. f 'XSjpip'r dlic rilin tfd ui.'.V ' .- w.ttjjiv nr n i',.1 iiuA- nl lit nation of t'-i t l.t,ri. C0.i;7 cn-miinicatitm-, to i i" anC'ition, mint con free o f porfiigr. ursixiss nr. us, tu turn in l. liKKtr. uwusf s. y.mi:n. I)3c :ny A; riJtr, .lilini'ii a il Cou u Ujn at Law, CTTAWA, Ills. O i'i til n,i tli fa .t : I , 'i:ir.. biit.ve.'u I In Mi'llin.l II .l an 1 ';iy Hi. 1, in tiio f.wini fir m-i.'v "cc iuicl d a la.v o.i'.cu U I.f.sr. FiUWrll Unit. Otuwi, Di-i!. 1. lilt. US'JUSK II. NiMIIH. K. K. llnl.IKinuK. .Nor vis & ClDllM-uok, At...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 9 February 1844

. - i- - - -- KM TJHAPIli OUR C H T R T U? C 0 M MERC E A N D HER FREE INSTITUTIONS vf.-. - ii 'v-V- 0 u ii.' .' .- !: V v. ii ; 41 Lf. 0 (1 VOL. IV. THE W1DOWEK IX Til 01' OLE. I want a wife I want a wife, I am an lonely now ; I never felt in ull my life So strange I can't tell how ! I want a wife I want a wife, My gnck are full of holes ; My pants are all tho womo for waar, My hoe aro wnhout solea. I want a wife I want a wife, To nurau my little onei, And keep tlicm free from noisy strife Until their dady routes. I want a wife I want a wife, To (freet me with a smile, When I return from daily toils My lonely hour beguile. I want a wife I want a wife, To soothe my aching head When I am very nick ; nnd one Who'll tnourn when I am dead. I wunt a wife I want a wife, To miike mo duck went cakea; To quiet littlo Mary, when In night niiu often waives. I want a wife I want a wife, I'm 'fluid to sleep alone, With none hut !ul.lefn children near, Who ure but little grown. I want a wifc: I w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 9 February 1844

T II K O T T A Y A F II E E T It A I) E II . -.'saimi. Dujrtacu.iric r.i.uiu.i vt:x for ismFOR PRESIDENT : BllTn VAN ElltEX, of Stir VarS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT : RICIIIRD 31. Ju!!.M!.. of ErntflfJiV. Sj'ject totit Jec'uion of a Xitiiiu.l Cwniia. For t'rraiilonliul I.'lcciura, A. W. CAVAKl.V, first circuit. JOHN' U. WOOIl, sprnii I riii iiil. WILLIS Af.T.KX, third riivuli. A. C. r'KK.N'CII, fourth circuit. V. A. RICH AKIJS()., f.flli circuit. JOH.VChW.HOL'.V, eighth circuit. r::o.M Washington. j rose t, rrj !y, Init W'rl'rr got (lie llm r und thru i of his minority politics. Xow the committee re i ant tnc tjstice o equaliiy." THE FIJKB TIJADKiJ. C'oi rr -.pou: nrref ll-c I'rre Trndrr. W'asiii a ta, Jan. 2. .V.---.r. of "' " I h ive n"t wri'i-i y.ti much, this week, from J tho w.u.t f arrythi'i; if it'trrr.-it. We have ju-t j i:.on.....t ,.f !'-.,. ,t ih !' ,:o In rt I.iJ I.tfi fo :i rrt'-r. ! i ...... ii M-.. .i T r ! . . I t. . I . I' t'... ii ri-i 11U ..1 i . 1 i. i , . ,. " ' iri.ni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Ottawa Free Trader — 9 February 1844

r. larfuslrr mf the tinman. The German population are crowding into the United States, and settling clown by hundreds upon the rich lands found in various purls of the country, and no American need regret that such is the fact. They are a hardy, industrious race, from which will grow up, under our fre institutions, a population worthy the home of the free. The emigrants, as they arrive in huge numbers, bring with them gold enough to purchase plenty of land, at Government prices, for themselves and their children. They ate lovers of liberty, and come to the United States to enjoy the blessings of freedom, and to secure the advantages which our free institutions hold out to the industrious, over the monarhical governments of Europe. Perhaps we cannot give a belter idea of their domestic habits their industry and economy than by copying the following extract fron the New Yorlc Evening Post. The peasantry of Germany, who compose the great body of the nation, wear linen and woollen cloth...

Publication Title: Ottawa Free Trader, The
Source: Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections (UIUC)
Country/State of Publication: Illinois, United States
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