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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 4 November 1852

NEW. SERIES. From (lit National Eri. ' ZUBEKA. V tOCV LARCeM. I Tin thiough garden of rotes at morning Uncaring; the whither or why, When, sudden a light, came a inu.ioil waruine, That llirillel in my heart like ig, . 81 Seek I seek I " one low word-ami there lollewed no ether t I leathered a while lilly bell j A doveling I caught, newly lelt by iti molhert I stooped for a pebble, a shell But juat ai a joyous " Eureka" replied, My dove flew away, and mv white lilly died, Mr pebble and shell lost the light of tin wave, And "I have not found" was the answer t gave. Then outward I sally, a fearless crusader. With "Seek "as a herald before j On Error's dominion I maich, an invader. To earn mysell laurels and gore. I stride, n B.p.ii (4oli.il, tn h,ni My foes are but pigmies to-day : Eureka I " I shoutwhile the war-thunders rattle, The victor rides forth from the fray. Eureka I " why palsies my tongue at tha word ? Chimera yields not to a mortal's dull sword j I.o I giants arise from the...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 4 November 1852

- -i -i. , ., ............. ., , r - . , " ' -r -nsWiV as- w ;t.... .m.- "Tw. i ii ill. 9 . 'f j - I i ! I ii 11 ; I; o o o 1 1 I. HANNIBAL JOURNAL.' 4 ci.uuxsj, ):.!, I'raprtrtor. HAN ft IDA Ij: i. t l NOVEMBER 4, 1832 Am, Campbell lias written here to hove an appointment tnado in Haunibn! for him to Jircath next Sun-lay week! II will probably spciijl a .day' pr two in this 'city, and then pro ceed to Turin. '. - ST. .REMEMBER , JIUiing To-Algid at the . ,' . CITY II ALL! , '. Trt ArrOikT iirLEOArM 10 tnc CHARLES AND ST. LOUIS VKNT10NS. , CON IIasiai. amd 'Naples Railroad. The ccssnunieation or A.' B. contains much shrewd ly expressed truth, although it rakes down this ;paper and the Messenger. The people of this ection v'ainly ought not to forget the impor tance of that road.. We have said but little a . lout it, because wo looked upon its completion . The (3emocri on Tuesday ,nighrmade imTghTy - latt over their II majority. Such a banging of cannon, such wear and tear of lungs, a...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 4 November 1852

h7- r J f r r .. . I H v '.! ! 1 dfH III: 1 s ! .Li; 5 ' 8 r if ' a : ) HANNIBAL JOURNAL. . CI.KiUIC.V, J.;lll..ruH l.irt-or. THV'RSli'iTj II A N ft I B A J.: ' i; j NOVEMBER 4, 1852 ' Alix. CxMmtLi, has written here to have an appointment made in Hannibal for him to itcarh next Sunday week. II will probably sp eiij a day pr two in this 'city, and then pro ceed to rans. -- ',. i',f .REMEMBER thsMwg To-Mghlat the . I - " ... CITY HALLl Tv IfNItt DFLUiTIi TO TBI ST. CHARLES AND ST. LOUIS CON . t . , VENTIONS. ..." Havbibal ,ahd Natlf Kailboad. The 6wiTitau:;5calkkn of A. R. contains much shrewd ly expressed truth, although it rale duwn this paper and the Messenger. ' Tlie people of tliii action certainly ought not to forget the impor tance of that road.. We have said but little a houtit, became we looked upou Ita complelion The democrat t onTueiTey 5u'malIea"mTj;Tiry , ftlss over their II majority. Such a banging of cannon, such wear end tear of lungs, and auch Hearirg round" among th...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 4 November 1852

II AMI HAL JOUKNAL. THUHSUAY, ill: NOVKMflKR 4, ISB2. FUSEtAL HONORS To the Memory of Daniel Wsbtter. Lnst Friday, tho citizens of St. Louis cele brated the day when the lute Daniel WsBsrr.a yvas to be consigned to tho tomb at Marshfiold, Massachusetts, by a funeral procession, com posed uf tlic City Authorities , Officers, civil anil military,, of the State and National Govern ments, the Military and Fire Companies, nr.d all other public bodies, societies, end citizens, disposed to unite, formed at hulf-nst ten o'clock a. m., and moved, under tho direction of a Cliicf Marshall, to the place of the delivery of the eulogy, by Cn as. D. Drake, Esq. The following gentlemen were appointed pall bearers: Hon. Thomas II. Denton, Judges Hamilton R. Gamble, Ry!a,nd, Scott, Hamilton, Treat, Colt, Ferguson, llowlin, Kruin ; Honor ablcs'H. S. Coyer, Ed. Mates, W. V. N. Bay, II. A. Garland, F. M. Haight, John OTullon, James II. Lucas, Edward Walsh, Wayman Crow, Andrew Elliott, William Ilisley, S...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 4 November 1852

A- if ' f: 1 M I: i f - I it w ... V t 1 . H r ntTiia v.N Frorl visitine 9'- Louis will find this t raliiabl. giiid. TTTff.SSr"!'. I!rrir rd Malor ' A 1 .ivvr M Wtrj nT-tr-, farr'.IT tr'-i', eMMta-tr. atnrlHia, hart, .ml bi Ml. nr1 y-1 l"l fc.. C., Ml N . 111. .1. TWtiucAs HOTEL Geo. WckxI, oa "V'iu., X Mb Kin i !Wno4 at. Tlx (bora tuna to altnnlan1 , tb at par of th. rllr, hHng In the ltr.i. M w-mii of IsO nnnflpal nnttiiae eat14iabventa. ONE lKLXlff AS fi aLLeR? tin. W rollrtk M. W. H. l.Shf will foralaB. VrVir nnM4 IVMiWT"? llVen for UI. ft trial, lift ftmrantiwn . I.- 1" n mo chats. FJCkrEfE Mr O iU UM7VvF7ol.i.' "fc .U.3!. , It Wln fc alrDaw.il, lio. -. x. Hal. Cv-, Oil o'J, ib tin, ln Batumi. H m" Mmhn Jwrotohti.. I -".. and ft t-tii-ml " H at, luiftit l m.lm.i't-rwl ennain. c - Akuf a f E"M AffUi1 AC fUK F. Ks a. u t A L- art to t. at Ja, aJW.uartura M IU em f . U ft4 rrtirl. la Inel enure aW en. orrlMTo M rrr V if.ti, in th aonalrarlt... I 6 f whK artth MMIK naalrnaia, taate...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 11 November 1852

" " .r. V1 i,Mii, m-,, , 1 1 ilimnr y i " zzr f & 'Jiei.aui..uaiiiiaaaiaaeMia-'i fcniwJW)iiwuuifa.3iiiwlji ni-twywu-iw-TOiiwiwintw,,,,.), , w .t , ,,,1 m, . , . .. V s mm m m m . m x. n mm ma u m w w. mm sv a mm m i - m m k 1 jrERMSi--bne Dollar, -'f NEW SEPJES. . ' Csrajpondines of fa rhlladstphla aV.urdsy Catt. .- :Thc fail One In Franco. ' 1 From "All's . a P' M, inn." V ratrmso eiasir. La Cntrac, 18V To Protpntt.nt. lb familiarity with which the peasants spoak of Satan is ai surpri-Hg ! tliu lively huir-d thev ln?.ir him it edifying. I have seen nothing like it elsewhere. This forms to prominent a part of tluir manners tlmt I feel obliged to consecrate a chapter or two to diabol icnl matters; To them, S-.tan is no metaphys ical entity mure ur lues vague, hut an individual who may he seen an I talked with, who goes to fairs, makes visits, and who may be b trained with, cheated, p! m-I tr'cl ' an' even cudr 'eled. L Petit .J.oiy. a nivienous iinok so'd t a high prior Uu' pti.t...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 11 November 1852

! f'f HANNIBAL JOUKNAL, NOVEMBER 11, 1S52. 'IIANMBAli JOUKNAh.; DkKNIII I.- IHURSOAV I ROVr.MKIRll.lMJ uuoiout none. w AiftftiKoca Cittrar.t.1., FfMuiml ef Beth preach in tier in this vtv. on ounuir any College, will tVwr IorJ witling,) tfto -Cliritian -CJmiirl in thU vtiv, on 1 P. T MORTON. . The mealing Will commence ihe Friday ve n November fhh,.lfc52, "Mt.-Emtoji j ;; J"' ' ' ' - .. ' When Mr William Muldrow and hi rnWijidig associates were baiklirtg end be J fury 'titty had finished Mufio City, he fold in a swrit of devout '7mlierV. flimT he expected to f t4 apj tpl.' lv that, oVy. when tf ?boyoMld be built end rltn, from Marion City B'-j.N4wTQreM,iupemdinj the old Mother of J ptac this matter of history on record, lest r$ner may cTaimit.' This sentiment of that . rVcImif aad atililarian gentlemaneeni,,now taught .up, asm. ued, aomewhal, foe the a wuMXurw e-ryVon a more extended scale, tlni jftf rent Were individual with long'purse " artl'rrniulncliiMttonas this customer to be ...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 11 November 1852

HANNIBAL JOURNAL. NOVEMBER J 1 1 852. father itart, with auch aid as lie can give, each on in hit particular path in' life, ami Hvft hot ay io the second "Wait unlil your brother has made hit fortune, then 'jou jnv start;" and to le the third and four'.h. Should llie energies in the North Missouri route lay dormant unlil the Kansas it finished? Should the energies in the Soath-west route lay dormant until botli are fin ished, and those in the Iron Mountain route, Until' all others are finished? Dain common aense answers No, nnd as four different men may start at the same instant of time, and walk in four different directions, so may all these roads start. , Each one will take from three to five years to build, and a year in the West ac complishes much more than rh an old country, for good or bud. During the construction of the Kansas road alone, the trade of ' North-west Missouri might be diverted enstward, and that of South-west Missouri diverted southward, or during the constructi...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 11 November 1852

' " "-agg' lua. "-' .,a.rii..l-....in,iiii.UiliMii -s- - w. - . . .. ...... V-Jl lA Lt i .lut t-1 ' -J f ' f r . I1: ! ' ft- eJI.M.lilJ!r'.! . i . IVtom rUitinc . Louta will find this t . ViltiaiiW ruUI. lTinvcTrirvriLaos, tupwrur u mm. 1 1 IWMl ef BeAkery Hard, Cei ttw Wiiimi TliLBTCANlluTLL. Ge. Wood, w T UawilMidM. Tka ataes iaae . at tfce MM blln part at tk ef, Mil M 1a eaaaa- .. kHH of th prHe-Tvl (ml- 4 . U w. it. "j 'zrSL! i,., j txi.tr uht im't . tr!?: tT. i . - iin amnajai Tii wi rt ir " -1 t . -- and a general ' me. ant a) Bee, lut who vr'1 """" . . . ijHKln. la dw nratrartkia . ' i -u avwttlir k Mh;irl. ft Is lww a ku4 ; Mr iwriiwm Of M M imr -lMl .. - t i, c TotT;yoir!?rRiii sl, dtTi i , I m at rtrM, loth hUlr, b-.-WPfi . .1 t iwik hM. wirlM n4 Bn, - t II j . IrK am M. rikM M Mh Ifam (MmOmtbH f.l Third acaea.a. .-71. l J evswKr gmt eaeire fc. . v '-TTCHWitPfiALL k 16., rmj. JtJ u"t ?SJS?ir2 jlii . ru!!h k Vk. giip-TV Kl-Cr: ' " T-mTygrN'ttTrf 0 l n .t. Cum n4 ; . I"- K v...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 18 November 1852

TEUMSi-Oiic Dollar, if paid fn Advance f if not p.ihl within ' Six Month.?, One Dollar., an J. Fifty 'Cents; if not paid within Twelve , Months, TWO DOLLARS. PUULlSlTuU BY O. CLHMISNSON HILL STKI2E.Y, NEAU MAIN, A FEW POOUS WEST OF KLMES BUILDINGS. So r NEAV SERIES. HANNIBAL, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER. 18, 1852. VOL. X---NO. 11 A CASS OF COSgCLENCl.. IT A ntYSK'IAN. THE "tILD GUARD " AT WATERLOO. iVe physicians now an J then see droll tiling. A fit of illness has sometimes fine effects on the wonscienee. A sick lied is the best possible tiinulus to one's reflective power (hut is, if one happens to posse any. I have known mu oy strong men, who I mil led (lie lives of beasts r prey, quake like very cowards when their last hour drew near. Iain glad of it. If the villain and the atheist could die with the mini tiess of a Christian, when; would be the moral? But i was going to n "lory no' 11 ,ory 11 fact, upon my honor. It occurred only the oth er day. There dwelt in this city, som...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 18 November 1852

4 , 1 : ,t - . t - -1 i ' t i: ' i' i I - j t P 3 " i 4 J .1 c. t ..ft- - ' ' ' V!" I .1 .; .. 7 4 It . j- r. 11ANMDAL JOUKNAL: O. ( I.KMK K.MIor (prl.lni. "TnUHSOAT. t i i i i NOVEMBER l 1K.VJ u - i We hope the cili or ul the Paris Mercury wonYmisumlerslan I us. We have not ojywW railroad, we have only placed it itionil in jraporUnca to a road through llie river fotmiirt. taking short cut direct fnm HiiMiib.il lu Hi. l.ouia. We presume the object of the North Missouri Road is to establish connection be tween St. Loui and tli I r.miii Kit an I Si, Jo seph Railroad: tli.it is (lie leiiming nml tlte end of tho whole grand scheme from Louisiana to Minnesota at least o fur at ibis general ion hat any direct ln!ercsl in tlta ma'ter. l) not the M. Louis people tell ymi at much? I it nut no t laid down ! the rail r Jul bull recently isvued from the Republican llice? Do lliej r.ol a.-y therein- " let in bund icu unlet it a t;:r.e, or ' so much as the country may need?" Which, v. being inter...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 18 November 1852

TT-ff . HANNIBAL JOURNAL", NOVEMBER 18, 1852. HANNIBAL JOURNAL. THURSDAY, i i i NDVKMBKK IN, s.it. EDUCATION. Our citizen will please notice the c;4 of Dr. U. H. Washington, in another column. Wc have rten letters in which he i highly re- commended by 1'hilip Lind.ley, D. 1)., Presi dent of the Nashville t'uiversity, who states that Dr. Washington in a regular gra.luale, ami that "lie was regularly admitted lo the first de gree in the arts, Oct. 2d, 18.19 and to the sec ond degree, Oct. Dili, IS t'2." Also, by Na thaniel Cross, Professor of Language, who slates that he has had considerable Kicr'in in the business or leiiching. And ho is warm ly recommended by .Professors A. Litton, J. V. Prather, J. G. Norwood, M. L. Linton, thus. A. Tope, J. W. Hull, and M. Pallen, of the St. Louis University. Tr.MpenA!ct. Mr. Vinton, the "Mohawk Dutchman," lectured several nights, in this city, last week. His audiences increased every eve ning, notwithstanding the inclemency of the weather, the ve...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 18 November 1852

I I tl !.. II. , .1 ? i i i ! . - 1 Ai... .a.. 'A , i I I ' .5 : s f 7 i..vi o- SA1N1 LOUIS tri5iy3 dihector-t. 1 . '' ' -(. vii'itin. Pt. Louis Will hiii) thil a A'- nliuilde guide. ;;., ttATTjEN' jTV.TLSON, ImiVtteTaldTiroi II ni-tiirwri '( M l'ir; llt.'-m.-, I vi lAga inmiu. m a. fcU-ti. lh-k iri k.nh), Lai its. w u tc kalb . r ... r, rnfmni ami irnii hinP, .'., Kp, II N. Main M. V.. TJ MLHIOAN itoi vA. ou. V'oot, oii Viii, 1 KH. Main fc ftr! U. Tli altv horn t WliAtwl In th rtmi tiuum frt mt tK rn .tail. in U.a tn nit- 1 A N T D 0 L.I7A H 1 A G U F- R R F; j vN I A LL H IT? '" ' V Ko, w Krlh ftu W. tl. IteHhontf ll, funimii ft ftlm trtal. H fuAnu.tr M.iTrt ton of no chuffs - ' rAWit cMi'ouiur viioriTnrjtHeti; hi S&.DEAL- ' I V mm. OUBflu Cwnp k Co., No. 41 Tti to lli lt AlUn Jouf, tfl4 tnnmiCftrture for th ' ' mrm of Pt. Iui ua vicinity fct th4r entlr At)fo- ni of wkt dwTlj'tton, in th amntrnrtla ,Y - ( j i mt wbtcli MUi tli kXA of Ml'iU., UiU and (lorit'M'fr f ' : i . lioJf...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 25 November 1852

HIT J4 In 7 ! i J 0 .1 -U. Jul. i ; .' I ' 1 WW ' TERMS: One Dollar, if paid In Advance, if not paid within Six Months, One DolUr and. ; Fifty Cents if not jald within Twelve Months, TWODOLLARS HJBU51 on hill street, near main, a few doors west of selmesv buildings NEW SERIES. HANNIBAL, MO., THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 25,-1852. VOL. XNO. 12 Wonderful Caso of Animal Magnetism I What i, the political situation ot tin coumry lelntod by Dumas. ,at l1'1" tiin0 ,m" . . The voluminous modern Froncli author, A1- , (.in (r, )ne wl)'Bt u R,pWic iis? cuandcr Dumas, is now puhl.xhu.fr memoir, of .' . . division f riithtu amoi.fr all his own life; nnd 1.1 these memoir we .ml the ' w ithout distinction of rank, or f II : . i 1rillrltf,rl Uf lllllt B . 1 ... JOlUm mr Ml tiller; hiimm ,-y -- Imo. It i aliivt .rnioMl..' to "ive the cliurin , i r.n. nlhrr inslfumPtV t. when me nnuirm.ui 1..,, irn in cn 1M14D. ... . How will he die? !m the following dy, otictmnre driven upon the lie will die of pleuri...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 25 November 1852

Si Si i ' I ,1.1 ' "i. i 1 1 1 N i pi : II i if t ! ; M't i' t 5 v t; ! ii n , ? ' - " 4 11 r :-. 'I I ' 1 : 1 fir ;V i v iff c I '.I 1 ii lb i ' IS; : if 1 H r ir ; ir .; i. i i r : I-f3 if IIANMDAL JOUHNAijV . CI.RMKSK. tlltnr frii Irlnr. II AK MM I.: ' " THURSDAY, i ! I I t NOVF.Miinnss, j-.a " ,f ! TKS JA.CKS03T jLKSOttmOKS. . Sorac'tlrhe since, in a b'ief artic'e, we look t ground againsthe repeat of the Jackson Reso luliom, nnd linn declared n intention lo refer to the subject again. At the session of tlie .Legislature ii now ncr.r at hand, we deem it a ''' proper time to give tome of the reasons why ". we think the big party fitoultl keep clear of ji any connection with Uiat subject. We do lliit iy.'wirt all du deference to the opinions of those ' who differ from in. We do riot impugn the motive of any one who think differently from us an tin utjecl; nor would we ever desire to bring such difference of opinion in judgment against any whig. We pretest against these ". wallers ...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 25 November 1852

HAJNJNJUAL JOURNAL, NOVEMBER 25, 1852. A "Goon our." o iff. Lroii ad. On Fri day week our friend Aliel Leonard", F.sq., of Fayette, wns seen !r n. Democratic acquaintance truilKK 'U"K street, throng) tlie mud, in b heavy rain, aee mingly on the look out for aome one. living nikcil what he wh ilnintr out in ., r- . " ...... . .. . e une rain, ne renim: "i am looking to tee if I can litul nnylxMly wlio will tell me bcott ha jrot onr Mate; if I can just lienr thai 1 U go home." Columbia Statesman. Fhahc. The Senate met on the 4th. fen members voted that the Senate ilionlj be con suited in regard to the Empire. Mr, Fould, Minister of State, declared that the Government did not oppose the rrropositiott, which wa.tlien referred to & Committee, who reprt ttottVl be presented on the Hill. It is slated id Pari is certain that the Senate's committee will dcclatc the Imperial Crown hereditary in the person o Lotus napoleon and his male descendants) in the event of his not having male heirs...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 25 November 1852

HANNIBAL JOURNAL, NOVEMBER 25, 1852. Immigration to California. We take the following apparently well con ettlered nrliolo on California emigration, from the Shawtit Courier, jiiihliHiieJ in tlin northern milliner region o thut Slat). It will lie read with intercut l.y those contemplating a trip to the 'far west, or who have friends already thrc : The immigration to California this year ex ceeds that of any year since the discovery of eold on the North Pacific Coast, the prcatma- .1 : : . !... i:. j only 01 mesu iiiiiuiriiiiis uume mieiiiiiiig id ex pend tfieir labor, ut least for the first few months, in our mineral regions, and (heir pros-( peel for the fall and winter is a tnattsr of great interest. Already many have arrived, and are putting to a severe test the brilliant, and perhaps unreasonable anticipations with which they start ed to our State. It is needless to say that num bers have been bitterly disappointed, fend that in come instances persons have started back to their ...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 25 November 1852

k :'. , . "'. ' 1 " v "" 1 .-. - i- -miii.- ..I., ' - .-- ..i- -s TTM ' 111 l'.,.,l wi I,-,..--- ..... -- - '- .00. ll I .1 " H A NNI B AL".TOI)KNii;r ATP VE M BE It JS-- f t :S i . ft T 11 1-,! :f! '. P ; I t I, l o o v r ! i , .-J It f i V , SA1N1 LOUIS e BtJTSTXJISS DIIIECTOJIT. I'roM" visits 8t. f,iviiit will find tlii t ami il WrtnrwM HwMUry Unctwiirf, rrrr trimmm Vr, ww t1 trim hmi Noa tl N Main Bt AMV;lilCAS HuTKL. o. Wo, on Vn., ImM Mtln fc Hit-. T alttVO tvm t MfMtH In IIm Mmiu4 mn f lb -tty, -aint In h Iwmo- -i...ie- .h k.,ttiitMl htiU1nM. eelaM fhltinta. .' ' ! fifTE ruD, ATO) Ai,ri:U1 P. A n' C AIXERT 1j " W No. rmir-h M. W. II. IH-ftvois frnl.h ,' ' kMT.lt .iied Im.wtt " ut ir c' V Ma a trial. M. Suaranlee. aaiii.ar,, or , TAUttT RMroniCM, Whole.il. k. . ' WUm (X Mrf)oHI, K. M H. Cm " - ; o(hM-ili rw, !'' ',V",' -' tmnhlii roll, nl fT mnrmn, ol lln . . fliril III. II. lielail. Caraeta, 1)11 .. . , s i.-i,. Hiattlliae. none, and !MMmtt rcennhin. l""'1 aaenrtmc-iii o " k....

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 23 December 1852

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Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Hannibal journal. — 23 December 1852

KV.lULtit.. f V.': Hi m 1 I! f 1 III ' n ft: . I i : i ': ii; u ' . i . ; I w i '' f f 1 1 l : i m 1'f, i, M,HIMWtini HANNIBAL NAL. O. CLBMwHI IMItsHr aua4 Prprlr U A N MIA Li HCRSDAT.t i t i I DECEMBEIt t3, 1832 . ' niscn. wsBBTxB ahd slathhy. A copy of lite Richmond 'Examiner lin been aaded lo u containing a sermon upon the life .f Webster, preached by Rev. Theodore far " ker, of Boston. Several gentlemen ave re quested u to copy it entire, in order to give ,he people of lliia section a clever idea of the , anti-ilavery enliraent AT the North, but mofe v wrticularly at a splendid literary curioiity, ' they believing tlmt it it evidence of geniu tin 11 surpassed, perhaps, In the United Stales,- and that if Sheridan hnd delivered it, ll would have ,. been considered his grandest effort. We are " contented, however, with copying enough ot ' this sermon to teach Southern men liow much 'n they are indebted to Daniel Webster. That r Webster had tome faults, no one hns so high an - opini...

Publication Title: Hannibal Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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