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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 July 1850

-wa im& ii,v'i 'im nCTgjacTiKratvc nageyg-agq 8 in advaucc. Published Weekly. ov g5 at the end oi the year MiBH asp vip m a 4h m,mtmt3 tmwmmw, '-'- E"niwiniTiiijrjiiiijiiMiWWTTC,,i,.,,,,MWi,ul,HmMjUL rrrnrrrart-rnmnrrrwiahM im-iu jtw i mi mini iiTirirnjym urmaj iiJii.j.i nuiri-nf r..ni"'i Trw-fT wivi nminriiiT n rsasjga wmwu-'MWiwiiwii 11 nm'W Hg -"aB3 iimifimi BMaaaaaBMWHM3MMaWMfiBMBBMMIaaM TEdi?I& b If r i 5l r t "5 - BY CREJGEE & MOOKE. TLE6RiPfl Al REGISTER, PibliJiod every Thursday, 3Iain Street, Houston, by cuttger& jiooke. teems: - Subscription for Ono Year, or Fifty -Two Num- bers, 3. 00 Advertising, ons dollarper square for the first in- sertion, and fifty couts for each subsequent insertion. Tou Hues or less to constitute a square. Tn Merchants and others advertising bytheyear, n reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communi- cations wili bo charged at thesamerales as advertises- 'JLiiiv on JVews&...

Publication Title: Democratic Telegraph And Texas Register
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 July 1850

- -V&SJ I On motion of Judge Buckner, the chairman Tvas requested to appoint a committee of fifteen to draft resolutions, expressive of the sense of the meeting. Whereupon the chair appointed the following gentlemen viz : Col. James Mor- gan, Dr. C. McAnnelly, Judge B. P. Buckner, CoL Martin K. Snell and S. Hagerman, David Russel, W. B. Reeves, John F. Brown and Enoch Brinson, Esquires of Harris County, and Hon. Joseph Megginson Judge Geo. W. Paschal and E. M. Bates Esq. of Galveston County. On motion the chairman was added to the committee, gwhereupon the- committee retired and after a short absence reported the following roeolutions. Whereas the title of Texas to the sovereignty and right of soil to the Rio Grande from its mouth to its source was won with the musket, the rifle, and the sword, on the ever memorable battle field of San Jacinto, and-the same there acknowledged by solemn -treaty by General Santa Anna, President of Mexico and General Commanding in Chief of her armi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 July 1850

-y-Fr- au opposition. Finally, Glanton and bis men insisted that the Indians should not swim the river, even with their private packs upon their heads, but should cross the ferry with them, and pay for such crossing. The Indians be- came exasperated with the company, and uni- ted together to murder them. But while massacreing these ' frontier outlaws, we learn from good authority that llicy refrained from injuring any other "party, either Mexican or Americau." The celebrated S. S. Prentiss died at Long- wood, near Natchez on the evening of the Is1 inst., aged 42 years. The deceased was known fiom Maine to Mexico, as one of the most emiitcnt lawyers and eloquent orators in the Union. To the Editor of the Star : Dear Sir xs it may interest some of your numerous readers to know that the newly dis- covered Comet is now visible to the naked eye, 1 bpg to inform you that it may be detect- ed in Bootes as a faint hazy light, forming an acute angled triangle with the two stars Al- pha (Arct...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 18 July 1850

mstrtgaC"' - ,t Hi CONSTlTUilON Or i rii STATE OF ', . TEXAS. TN paraphetform,foraleatth!ioflieo cct9 Empire Company OSce, New-York, April 16th, 1850. THE Trustees of the Empire Company bog leave to state to thur customers and the public, th-t the entire right, title, and interest of "Gaj's Com- pound Extract of Ganchalngua," has ben transferred to said Company, and the Trustees are gratified in being able to extend the same lino of liberal policy to Bgents and customers, for mutual benefit. ;, Tho "Old ComstocL" Establishment, at 59 Poy- ' dras st , New Orleans, h 's been purebred bj the -Empire Company from P. Jordou, Esq , ami is at pre- sent conducted by J. W. Gorton, so long and f ivora- bly known by the patron of that e-tubi s'liiient, to Which Southern and South western Merchants i-ro respectfully muted, with the confident assurance that every reasonable tfibrt will he made to m-el their views. H. CHASE, Sec. Gay's Extract of Canchalagua, A Cahfornia Plant of Hare Medical irt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 July 1850

11 TBIS.,118 3 la advance. I" a blish el Bi "eekly . or 5 at the endoi the yenr Y CRUGER & MOORE. HOUSTOJN, THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1850. VOL. XV. tO. 30.--WHOLE NO. 761 e unr. iimmu ,. ,,, inn miiii iimjmmii .!. osatq i ItJiivh iiry i nu-paa n ,,,, ijmmjjiniijii pjmmaajiikj, miwr Mmimr'im nv I i Ti l. .ti l.: ,JI nr.mi umu u , u. , .,-. -JT. ..,,.- , 3tasaxlaaaa ... , , r TuLBUBAfji MB BEQISTEB. y PublMied every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CRUGBR.1& JtfOOIlE. terms: Subscription for One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, $3- 00 Advertising, one dollarper square for the first in- sertion, aud fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a reasonable deduction from the above rates will be made. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communi cations will be charged at tliesame rales as advertis- ing. Eifnv .on JVczvspapers. 1. Subscribers who do tiotgiveexprcs notice to the contrary, arecons...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 July 1850

t A j'ft.t.'j dienee tj orders given in the uauoual language. , and marched forward. But it was to lay down .their arms and sink their banners before an army which the command of one man had brought hithfr from distant, frozen plains; As i stood oy the urook b''holdm t.iis i-a.a tropbe, thought, of many kinds came into my mind, "'is this surrender,"' said J. -'the oniy A means of restoring peace to Hungary ? Was no -i other wav open to the General than this sudden And inglorious capitulation 1" m At tnat momen V coming as T did from th A camp of the Southern army under Dcmbins-u, J theurrenderappearad almost like an act com-j manded by necessity I have seen the profound 3 "demoralization of those armies, which was pro-3 dace I much more by the extreme privation 3 and exLaastinj: marches of the l.iht two weeksj than by despair in consequences of the io-t bat-3 ties of zoreg and Temeswar Accordingly ity was temporary in its character, and by meansj of "better food and rest might proba...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 July 1850

upl 4ILJ.J'" XJJUJUJ.'J. w u-iamjaaK vMr. Kendall oflhe Picayune, lateh return hauled him, and told him his mistake, and of- ed to New Orleans from Europe, but after" fere$t0 escha"Ke PJf- staying a few days, has set out on his rei urn ' mind, you neodn t have troubled yourself a hit 4 ones. they - late is always behind hand to Paris He is reoariu'r a hi,tmv f I hadjust as het have these old , ,, - ,,, i i - , . -are just as good for us. for old t-citut' mi- .ubAiuiii tar, wuicn is 10 fje ptiiiiisiicdga year in Pans, and will probably be one ufibv iti.M him. that he made no difference in the price ington friends, and requested them to prepare 01 nis egg,s. un examination ot uis htoeu, it to meet her in heaven. Her views of the worth apnnareu tnat tne largest eggs weighed z-i f ,, , , -., . x, , ounces per dozen, and the smallest only 14 1-2 ,of the soul and of thc Piousness of the Gos- ounces. In the one case, a fraction ovrr 11 PpU can be appreciated only by those who lis- egg woul...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 25 July 1850

CONSTiTU i iOiN uF THE STATEjOF pnw,- TEXAS. TN pajnphetform,fors!ileaithiiolBue oct9 Empire Company Office, New-York, April i6th, 1S50. THE Trustees of the Empire Coinpauj beg leave to state to i heir customers, aud ih public, that the eulin riht, title, and interest of ''Gay's Com- pound Extract of Canchalagua," hatbeu transferred to siid I ompriuy, aud tho Trustees are gr.ilified in bum"- able to e nd the same line of liberal policy to agents uuu customers, for mutnai benefit. The - Old Comstock'' Establishment, at 59 Poy- dras st , New Orleans, has been purchned b the Empire Company from P. Jordou, Eq , a-id is at pre- set con Jucted by J. V Gorton, so Ioii;j and favora- bly known by the patrons of tnat establishment, to -which Southern and South we-tern Merchants arc respectfully invited, with the confident assurance that every reasonable effort will be made to met their views. II. C1I .SE, Sec. Gay's Extract of Oanclialagua, A California That of Rare Medical irtues. A certain ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 August 1850

p S' ml nTjj. i Tirtnreej. u niriwiin t" ui...- B WJUZ.?I1- $8 laa advance. 1? uMislied Weekly. ois5 at the end of the yeas- BY CRUGER & MOOEE. HOUSTOJN, TKUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1850. VOL. XV. NO. 31... WHOLE WO. 762 J ji r:7VTrlTr w ;,. a.ji iwJh.im tg?7 n. r,mua m-TV w or.i if.TTnyyi ,-i',l""V(T,aUi; ninii" ' i "m1 "inip" gj, - ULTTJSf XL MUStUTZ .i-y.f.jr77i.j 'liym!frTHr ggy rrT-jwfjaggsatAfciliTVi IiMtHMJUUWJE TfiliBfflUPB AND BS6ISTBR, - Published every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by CRV(iJZR&, MOORE. T E It M s : Subscription for Ouo Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, $3.00 Advertising, one dollarper square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. ' Tea lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising by the year, a i?.isouable deduction from the above rates will be niado. Steamboat cards, Political and Personal communi- cations v.-IIl becharged at thesamerates as advertis- ing. JLmv on Jmicspapers. scriLers uho do ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 August 1850

r. urst made ; and if then the extreme sentence of the law should be executed upon him, he will certainly be thought to have been dealt with with unnecessary rigor, and to have ex- piated his deeds too severely. And then the public sympathies, by an unalterable law of the mind, must pass over from the side of law and justice to him as a wronged man wron- ged with that last wrong, vhich is immeasu- rable and irreparable. LETTER FROM HON. V. E. HOWARD. OF TEXAS. To the Editors of llie Soiiiiiern Press: Gextlejiex: I desire through your paper, to make known, to my constituents and the public the true position of the governmnnt in relutionto its present controversy with the State of Texas. The claim of Texas to her boundary is a legal question, having no necessary connexion with the question of slavery; yet the cabinet at Washington have chosen, ibr their own selfish and ambitious purposes, to mingle it with that exciting and complicated subject. In addition to the exclusion of the Sout...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 August 1850

&&J- oi' aye bound by lav for punlsHuisiit of criiriQ. Tbo limits and boundaries of tho State are de- fined as follows : Keginning nc tlio dam in the Bio del Norto which supplies with water tho 'asegiia, op irrigating canal of tho town of El Paso do! Norto. and running thonco due east to tho hundredth parallel of longitude, west from Greonwioh ; tnonoe Quo norm on saw parallel roa. point whoro tha samo intersects tho river Arkansaa : thence up the middle of the channel of said river to it souruo ; thence in a direct line to n point on tho Rio Colorado of California, whore tho rcunc is intersected by tk- ojiel-undredaud tenth parallel of longitude w -t from Greenwich;- thence due south on Mii-1 par;lld of longitude to n point on tho Rio -Jii.i. interaeoU-d by tho Binie: thonco up tho middle of tho main chan- nel of said river to the point which may bo do- Bgnatcd by tho commissioners annoinrod to o-1 tiblish the lino between the United States nnd thc Republic of Mexico, as th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 1 August 1850

ssw" Vjfe CONSTITUTION OF THE STATE OF TEXAS: TN pamphetfbrm,forsaltattiiisof5ce oct9 Empire Company Office, New-York, April 16th, 1850. THE Trustees of tho Empire Company begleaui to stale to their customers and the public, tha, the entire right, title, aud interest of "Gay's Com ponud Extract of Cancha! igtia,"' hasbeii transferrc to said Company, and the Trustees are gratified 1 4 being able to extend the eame hue of liberafpolic, t agents and customers, for mutual benefit The "Old Comstocl" Establishment, at 5D ?o dras st , New Orleans, h is been purebred by tl Empiro Company from P. Jordou, Esq , aud is at pn 6ent conducted by J. V. Gorton, &o loup; and favora blyknowu by the patrons of that establishment, t which Southern aud South western "Merchants ai respectfully invited, with ihe confident assurauce thi- every reasonable effort will be made to meet the. views. II CHASE, Sec Gay's Extract of OancMagiia. A California Plant of Hate 3Iedical irtucs. t A certain preventue a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 August 1850

. 'T& iC: 0 M a iit. Kairgysrs 'FJS.a-fjfV S isi advAScc. Is n bzisli efl 2 'ceL'Ju . or 85 at the end ol llie year ?Y OR U GEE & MOORE. fSLSGHlPa MB BSffiSTBB, . "'Pajlishel every Thursday, Main Street, Houston, by cn.TKJEIt.S-. J5IOGUE. terms: oalissri;t:ou fox One Year, or Fifty-Two Num- ba - -. .- S3-00 Tg. Advertising, iio dollar per rrjuare for the firttm- P5riso!K and fifty ,ceut-- lor each subsequent insertion. Ten lines orloss to constitute a square. To 3IarShauls and 'others advertising by the year, a Tjason-jb!ededaci:oa from tlio above rates will be made. "Slecmh-iut cirds, Political andPersonal communi- cations will be charged at thesauie rates as advertising- . - JLinw on vewsgizpers. 1. Sihicri'i5rs rht At notg-v er; rs re t'ce ti "ie coutrary, jiriCon;iJercds '.vs.iii!S I" w "ii.e t; eir sateen; lion. -2. f.ubser.hsis or.lcrthod co-tnna:ce oft'icir r-'-iSi, the pahHihor nray caatijuloien.l thc.u tii. all that due Lcps:l. a f subrih3rs newest or refjse to JiLe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 August 1850

; h fc numbering near tuhty men and ionic ntty oj sixty horses, left the Missouri river at th.j place the latter part of last week, en roui for tbc golden land of Ophir, and I have n doubt, from their superior outGt, they will b able to accomplish their journey in from oixt to seventy days. This brings up th 3 tear c about four thousand wagon-, t-.n or twelve thousand persons, and eighteen or twenty thousand head of horses, cattle, etc., and all of this immense nnuihcr have crossed within a scope of twenty-five miles of this place, numbering near six thirds as much as the emi- gration of last year. What a just comment upon the progress and advancement of the great American people. Tho Mn-mntH nr T -i tfni-.TYl P Saints. ai'C encamped near the the mouth of the 1'iale, t rfinriMtorv tn fci!rinr un iho lilli of natch n to the valley- of .the creat Salt Lake. Th?y take out some five or six hundred wagons andj teams, besides largo quantities of cattle, s.ieep, hons, poultry, etc. P. S. l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 August 1850

. -A man named LLickctt was foutnl de-.ui in an outlu;use at Bexar on the 21st uit. The deceased was a noted inebriate. Judge Rollins the Indian Agftsil ofTc.vas, whb was appointed about a ;, ear a;n 13" Pres- ident Ta-ylor, lias leiurned lo Tuissi-sippi. We understand thai no means were ercr placed atjiiis di:?psUi.in to carry out the object of '-.-his agency. Wo va:i:ed the goveiiirnenl when he was appointed, thai unless annuiiies vc:e gi anted to the s-tvages and s:ii;e pro- vi3:on made to supply their nreessary wants, hostilities would sunn he resinned. The se- quel has justified our predict inns. The agent has had no means to furnish the famiahii.g families of several of the pett- tribes, a:-d he has made no presents to the iarge tribes as is custunrary in other sections of ihe Union. He has not even been enabled to visit, their l;ur.:i::g grounds and confer with their Chiefs, j but has kept aloof, as if they wen aii hostile. As might ha"e been expccteJ, the Indians w ho had pi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 8 August 1850

t'"t95rWc,3i -HPHi'Ugpyg- iatpe-J-?- fcs r.i f ---'.- TEXAS. TN oamphcl form, forsalent this office . - oct9 : Empire Company Office,." New-York, April 16th, 'l850. , rpHE Trustees of ihc Empire Company beg leave jLrto stale to llieir customers and the public, that g the entire right, title, and interest of "Gay's Com pound Exlractof Canchalagaa," hasben transferred to said Coinpauy, and the Trustees are gratified in - beiu- able to extend the same lino of liberal policy to agents and customers, for mutual bsuefit. The "Old Caimtocif Elablishnieni. at 59 Poy- r dras st., New Orleans, has been purchased by the Empire Company from P. Jordou, E-q , and is ;A pre-. sent conducted by J. V. Gorton, so long and favoni- bly known By tlio patrons of that establishment, tu " which Southern tiud So-illi western Merchants or.- respectfully invited, with liie confident assurance that every .reasonable effort will he made to m.-et their r - views!' II. CHASE. Sec. : Gay-s Eslract of Oanehalagna, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 August 1850

-- f f - ,-r-:- r-. ar-W5 K53 v?3SV .rfSfei. E2Sv S HPWSWt f53 SjS. . TS m5 3 f5"i 5. ess, ps f? S9 Rl ks ffsS S JHfe Esi SJraiS ", 4?7 gi!&. HM& &-! 0 f& S&yPi E5S3 f"?Hfc,' - ;-fcV.t,.Jgr .Ti:.--?aBfe--!!s---- B?a k isa e?Ha 4? sa sa ea sns gr0 s masr! sei asi samara U9-a a ansa sr e a s m r& -tar nerw -- 1.4--$iZ esa advance V CRUGER & MOOSE. - jj.ij!i.i.ijiaiB1i i riuwiiil,it fflffi HQSDH 5.VB BMSTO il!iULi"Jl6,MIi JiP itmiiuimftj Published every Thursday, Main Street, Haustoa3 by CHXJGER.S; JIOOJR.E. T E K 31 S : Subciiplion for Ouo Year, or Fifty-Two Num- bers, . - 33- 00 Advertising, one dollarpcr square for the first in- sertion, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion. Ten lines or less to constitute a square. To Merchants and others advertising bythoyear, a r:is-nwblo deduction from tho above rales will be made. Siofiiuboat cards, Political and Personal coinmiini- caticos will be charged at the same rates as -adveitis- Sjkiv on Jvetvspaite...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 August 1850

-S U 4SW ' 'Jift!";'-5 fff r.-ff"..' --"-l(--rSi? " ;.?K ,j.- -v 43. The fiiioiviur is f.o.n a-jrepbri recently ."mad. by Mr. Comell'to the New York legis- lature: "" Maini." Ttesertwn five j-ars ; j .ining .Sha- kers;, -irapnisoam ut in tin state, p.ison or - sPnitfe'ufijwy foe. fiveyjare ; d. uukeiiu-s throe .Nefr Hampshire. Dess. tion, or absenc., not b 'afil tjf, three ye.ar3 ; three yaars neg- lect of family; extreme cru-lty. aMas-aehusetts. lmprisoimi -tit sav-'n years. Rhode Island. Desertion, fivo yea.s, ha bitual druiikeiiness,vuegl,?et of family, ttxtreme cruelty, KD'J also tor any other geoss mib.i haviorand wick'dnsss, in eitbar, of the mar' riaga covenant.5' Connecticut. Insertion three years, ab- sque., nnfahjard from in seven yoa.s. Vermffhr. Desertion th.ee yea s, eiujliy, itup.isninii nt three yeaes, absence s.vu years, u. 'gleet. KewJersjy. Deseaiim Gvc y-a.s. Pennsylvania. Desertion twy years, cru- sty. Ohio. Desertion three years by" dtli -c ynv- ty, estriinj c.i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 August 1850

9tstrmmmm FjWW'-ttlBUt' U'l" n,'1 'ffw 'Zmr-J iiisr " K---wg- - . 'Tvi- T" ' " w-sic.i wui not long ago projected on an im- uioas - and. it may be said. Kuropsan scale, and the plan of which is said- to have proceeded from London and Switzerland. Amongst the j pr.ons .lnesieu aii iynus .ire iv.o luuuiuiiiiu councillors of the quarter Guilloliere and Croix itousse. Domiciliary visits have been at Dijon, and some person arrested there. Otherwise th.it town, as well as Lyons, is in a state of perfect quiet. Aconllicr. has taken place at Saint Tourcain. in the Department of the Allier. between a part or the inhabitants of the town and some sol- diers of the 1st Regiment of Chesseurs. SPAIN. Accounts from Madrid of the 21th ult. state t'laitho marriage of the Count de Moiuemolin with bonna Marin Carolina Fernanda, of IapKs. would, it was anprehenued. lead to a , nor lire-lge. ci ilnes between the courts of tpain .and ihc j Scientific men among whom is Lieut. Web- Two Sicilies. j sler. of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Democratic Telegraph and Texas Register — 15 August 1850

-s-Tgrx-fSw T5 v .jSfrtse-- nipsSP f? - 502- f. i -. ' - ' From the "Independent." THE-GOMING OF THE LORD. The following Hymn by Heher, sung at Bovr- doin streetchurch, last Sabbath, is forwarded our Boston Correspondent, with the request ."of a friend that we -would find a corner for it in theilndependent. The Lord shall come ! the earth will quake ; The -hills their fixed seats ' forsake ; And withering from the'vault-of night, The stars shall pale their feeble light. The Lord shall come ! but not'the same As once in lowliness he came ; 3? A gentle Lamb before his foes, A weary man, and full of woes. The Lord shall come, but not the- same, Can this be He, -who once did stray A pilgrim on th e worl d's h igh way ; Oppress'd by power and mocked by pride The Nazarmc the Crucified ! Go. sinners ! to the rocks complain ! Go. eck the mountain-clefts in rain ! Come, saints, victorious o'er the tomb, And sing for joy Our Lord has come ! .BESAR STOCK-RAISING AND AGRIr f- ' CULTURAL' SOCIET...

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