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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 23 August 1849

f I 1 -4 1 I I 1 jr lUUlHTi EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY, AUGUST 23, 1849. FOR CAAL COMMISSIONER, .JOHN A GAMBLE Of Lycoming. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY ITOIVX INATIOITS. FOR ASSEMBLY, Dr. Wm. A. SMITH, Of Ebensburg. FOR SHERIFF, JOHN Ull AW LEY, Of Summerhill tp. FOR CORONER. 1 S. M'CLOSKEY, Of IVashington tp. FOR TREASURER, JOHN G. GIVEN, Of Ebensburg. FOR COMMISSIONER, ANTHONY LAM HA UGH, Of Jackso7i, tp. FOR AIDITOH, WASH. DOUGLASS, Of Allegheny tp. 0The Sentinel, has much the largest cir dilution of any paper published in this county and as an advertising sheet ojj-rs superior ; inducements to merchants and business men generally. Those, desirous of ma km if us of this medium for extending their business can do so by either sending their notices direct, or through the following agents: John Crouse, Esq., Johnstoicn. E. W. Carr, Evans Buildings, Third st. Philadelphia. Wm. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. George Pratt, 151, Nassau st., Ntw i'ork. 0The attention of our readers is directed to the Foreign...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 23 August 1849

The Visit of the Queen. While official persons are preparing to cele brate tho visit of the Queen with festivities and illuminations, a poet in the Dublin Irish man, breathes such a welcome to the Royal guest, as follows: THE SECOND ADVENT. p?hout yourselves hoarse, ye supple slaves! Cod grant it do you good! But carpet first the frequent graves. Nor let the dead intrude Make bonfires of those ghastly bones, That ne'er have buried been, And down in Piean-hymns the groans Of Scull and Skibbereen! She comes.' make every window bright! Frepare the worthless show ' i'would wring her woman's heart oulright To learn one half your woe, Reveal not how they fled or died, Who loved you to the last; 13 ut lose, in one day's tinsel pride, The future and the past. Even while Royal galleys wait Fair seas and fav'ring skies, far to the south, with doleful freight, A lonely vessel ilies! Oh! turn your thoughts from all theglaro That cheats your eyes around, And sec your noblest pining there, Your b...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 30 August 1849

E GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY ; WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASS TO FOLLOW.' BY JOHN ,G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1819. VOL. 5. NO. 47. W The 3!ind, The Heart, And Soul. Th Human Mind, that lofty thing, The police and the throne. Where iaioniu a sceptred king. And breathes hift judgment tons. Oh! who with t'.Ient step hall trsco Tbo bordon of that haunted place, Nor in his weakness own That mystery and marvel bind That loity thing, the Human Mind! The Human Heart, that restless thing, , Tho tempter, and the tried, The j yous, yet the suffering. The source of pain und priie. T he.gorgcous- thronged the desolate The scat of Love, and lair of Hate Self-stung self-deflcd, Yet do wo uless thee as thou art, Thou restless thing, the Human Heart! The Human Soul, that startling thing! Mystericuf t yet sublime, Tho Angel sleeping on tha wing. Worn by the scoff of tim?; The beautiful, the veiled, the bound. The earth enthralled, the glory crowned, The milieu in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 30 August 1849

FOREIGN NEWS. ARRIVAL OF THE CANADA. SEVEN DAYS LATER FROM EUROPE. By Express and Telegraph from Pennsylvania!!. Halifax to the Successes Success of Unconquered Progress of the Queen Cholera in JAHulon France Quiet. Telegraph Office, St. John, X. B. Thursday, Aug. 23 2.J, P. M. $ The steamship Canada, Capt. Judkins, arrived at Halifax shortly after 9 o'clock last evening hating been detained some what by roucrh weather and head winds. The Canada brings drates from Paris to the evening of the 9th, and London morning papers to the 10th, and Liver dooI naners to the 11th, the morning of sailing. From some unexplained cause, no list of passengers came through by our ex press. The Canada will be due at her wharf at Jersey City, at 7 o'clock, on Saturday morning. Hungary and Austria. The news from Hungary still continues favorable to the Hungarians. It is also reported that Klapka, the Hungarian General, attacked and captured Raab, and after seizing a large quantity of provisions and muni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 30 August 1849

J'i i ffMOUNTAMrai. EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY. AUGUST 30, 1849. FOr? CA.AL COMMISSIONER, JOHN A GAMBLE Of Lycoming. - ?s Semoor atxo county wore- FOR ASSEMBLY, ; Ur. -Wm. A. SMITH, Of Ebensburg. FOR SHERIFF, JOHN BRA W LEV, Of Summerkill tp. FOR CORONER. P. S. M'CLOSKEY, Of Washington tp. FOR TREASURER, JOHN G. GIVEN, Of Ebensburg. FOR COMMISSIONER, ANTHONY LAMBAUGH, Of Jackson, tp. FOR AUDITOR, WASH. DOUGLASS, Of Allegheny tp. UThe Sentinel, has much the largest cir 'culation of any paper published in this county J and as an advertising sheet offers superior inducements to merchants and business men 'generally. Those desirous of making us9 of 1 ithis medium for extending their business can o so by either tending their notices direct, or I through the folloioing agents: ' John Crouse, Esq., Johnstown. I E. V. Can, Cans' Buildings, Third st. 'Philadelphia. -f Wm. A. Kinsloe, Pittsburg. f ' George Pratt, 151, Nassau st., Ntio York. lf ETFather Matthew is now at Boston, and v ia one oT h...

Publication Title: Mountain Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 30 August 1849

JP CD a 1R T The Farmer's Life. 1 Jove the farmer's quiet life ilis peaceful home, devoid of strife With sweet contentment blessed; I love the virtues of bis heart. Which love, and peace, and joy impart. Around his tranquil rest. I love the blooming hills and dales, Their healthful winds and odorous gales, Un tainted with disease: 1 love the tales and legends old. By white haired aires at twilight told, 'Mid scenes of shadowy eaie. I love the labor and the toil Which cloth with beauty Freedom's soil, fVhere tyrants never trod. And where each task from lurmoil free. Great God! is sanctified by thee, And consecrates the sod. I love the scenes of social mirth Which cheer his quiet ev ening hearth With joy unmixed replete: Where friendship's smiles, and love's sly leer, Are seen through hope's transparent tear. And true friends only meet. I love whate'er the seasons bring The Cowers that blush the birds that wing Eve's low Colian breeze The spring's soft smiles the summer's charms All c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 6 September 1849

A It 4 lWE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAV WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW.' BV JOHN G. GIVEN EUHNSUUUG, Til U US DAY, SEPTEMUEU C, 1819. VOL. 5. NO. 48. iff 5 piiB1.TTrrrniiT IBM MISOiiLL ANEO U S A CUAR.11IMJ srOKY. The Virgin ol V.m Dyck. Jldajte I from the French, Hi KvsK AC ION. In one of the large saloons of St. James palace, during ihe reign of the first Jaines, was assembled a bright group of mirth and beauty young tair girls, from wuosa softly roauJed anJ dimpled cheeks the blush of hope and pleasure had never fa did, whose laughing eyes could never have known tears. Tnese were gathered round an open window, looking upon the palace gardens, beading o ver the tapestried woik, men so comm. inly saeu in ui deli cate lingers of those lifted by rank beyond the cares and concerns of household man agement; and the briglit buds blooming be neath ihe skilful needles of llie fair work men, seemed all that engrossed their thoughts on that lovely morning; thoug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 6 September 1849

ARRIVAL OF THE CALEDONIA. SEVEN DAYS LATER. . j St. Johns, Aug. 31 8 A. M. The steamship Caledonia, Capt. Leitch, arrived at Halifax at 1 o'clock, yesterday morning, in about 11 days from Liver pool, bringing papers to the 18th inst. She would leave at 3 A. M. for Boston. The Caledonia passed the Europa for Li ve rp l-Hi-die-eJ win nA. - . -. Great Britain. In England local politics were never in abeyance more than at this moment, the interest of the royal visit to Ireland having paswd away. The London journals find ote .liffinnltv in filling1 their col- UAv- iwaik w.t 3 umns- with any attractive matter. The most ac tivc har.es t Pn zoinz forward in all parts of the country . In the neighborho deal of rain has fallen, but in the rsoumcrnj parts oi ijiigiauu uit ' very finei so that the labors of the husband-, wVijrSfite invention man had not been sensibly interrupted, The ttuiS Mate lOdKQuOll. and upon the whole there is every ap-j On Thursday last the great sanhedrim pearance that ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 6 September 1849

!iv v.v-j. -., .up .7-7 jr".,- : - . -K'T . LfT t m EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1319. FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, JOHN A GAMBLE. Of Lycoming. XIJiViOCIl ATIC COUKTyMOM- TOR ASSEMBLY, Dr. Wm .A. SMI Til, Of Ebensburg. tor siiERirr. JOHN HIIAWLEV, Of Summerhill tp. FOR CCF.ON'ER. l S..M'CLOSKEY, Of Washington tp. TOT. TREASURER, JOHN G. GIVEN, Of Ebensburg. FOR COMMISSIONER, ANTHONY LAMHAUGH. Of Jackson, tp. TOR AUriTOR, WASH. DOUGLAS Of Allegheny tp. tnrTnK Sentiskl, hat much the largfft cir eulation cf anv paper published in this county and as an htlzerliting sheet ojf-rs superior inducements to merchants ana business nen g.'r.crally. Thise desirous of miking us rj kit medium fur extending their business cat. j da ij hu either sendintr their notices direct . e-r i .1 . 7 . V,. f It I U II I. (E J tttfc U.ioi John Crouse, Ftq , Johnsloicn. L W. Cirr. L'uu1 JIuildincs, n . .. i. t ii . , m w i : . . i- , r . i rr tw - i r i Tkhd st. Viludtlphia- Win. A. Kin.e, Piltshuig. tiiorge...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 6 September 1849

3P D us 2& X From the Washington Union. HOMEWARD BOUND. X Salt Itirvr layvic. PmnbELrrtiA, Aug. 13, 1S49. The Union was kind enough, last winter, to receive with approbation my SaIl River Voy. age." Confined to the house, a div or I wo since, by a severe attack of a painful disease, which occasionally troubles me. my chief con solution was derived from the cheering ac counts of our success in Tennessee, Indiana. i.c, andl contrived tu amose myself by throw ing together the rhyntbs which I here enclose you. If they met with your approbation, and you regard them as worthy of a place in the Union they are at your service; and you can use your pleasure about appending or withholding my name. Yours, very respectfully and sincerely. Samcel D. Patterson. To the Salt River's bead, where our good bark lies moored: In a quiet, snug berth, by her anchors secured. And h r flag fluoln g gaily and free in tho breeze With her motto displayed, and her crew at their ease; A summons is borne on t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 13 September 1849

0 A : 1 - I ! e r " ii j "WE CO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAV WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." BY JOHN G. GIVEN EIIKNSIJUIIG, THURSDAY, -"sUPTIA1UEIL 13, 1819, VOL. 5. NQ. 49. .. , . - TrTriffi f "Tm1 'i ntir rrrt Tf i , n i -ir r iragaczggjsg!.Tg!Xja ajjj-i.rm---r rii- j rm ki r-r?rr.-e-. f ... . wrrTrViir-t"tw-- - .. , , . r , - . ' . -. . .... . - -, .... ,,-g.,Jgmja1jEaaj;xii.i r , -svA5iaaBjjrzatigsaigja m r,---g,- f -j r -;. Sr3i.'i.S '1 he Happy F-ruuT. ilili home ii col cut towered in trce. A garden tilled Willi f u I and rl.iwer. Win re inging tiird md huiitaiing bees Atoka gay the hiiiiI.ii j Ii urn. A r-iiie if nmndun greu and fair. And tiid wrhitfii 1 leo-iy discard. Willi joy he grtet the riniup run, Ail'! gladly h tSleu to hi t i ; fa fancy seen 1J10 harvit un, A Covering i'li ihe mellow foil Tlio liny ulit-al, winch y t Mill brin A gluiiuii autumn u&.uug. The golden hours, h.iw quick tliey fly! The tiiippy d.yt hw mh 'li tied. Then niiwuid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 13 September 1849

EUROPEAN NEWS. ARRIVAL OP THE STEAMER NIAGARA. Hungary Disaster on Disaster The Great Cause of Hungary Uccrlhroicn. Defeat of liciu. SURRENDER OF CORGEY. Dissolution of the Iluiiznrian Diet- Bern and Kossuth Holding Out! Suspicions oj Gorgey s Fidelity! Jldvanre In Cotton Trade active The Grain Market Money Market Po tato Disease Decline in flour. Telegraph Office St. Johns, TFcdnes day Sept. 5 10 o'clock. The steamship Niagara, Capt. Ryril, arrived at Halifax this aiorning at six o- rlnck. The Eurooa. hence arrived at Liverpool on the 20th August. Cotton was still advancing, and large sales were readily effected. The accounts from the manufacturing districts continue to be satisfactory. Man chester is lively, with a demand for every variety of cotton goods, and the recent fa vorable accounts from India will give a further impetus to the trade. The potato descase is begining to show itself in some places. HUNGARY. The summary of intelligence from the peat of War in Hungary, is oi th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 13 September 1849

. T 4 t I 4 i li ? . - . 1 MOUNTAIN SENTINEL . - EBENSBURG, PA. i THURSDAY-, SEPTEMBER 13, 1819. I FOR CANAL COMMISSIONER, JOHN A GAMBLE II Of Lycoming. PBMOOR ATIO COUNTY IIOKT- FOR ASSEMBLY, Dr. Win. A. SMITH, Of Ebensburg. FOR SHERIFF, JOHN HUAWLEY, Of Summerhill tp. FOR COROKCR. P. S. M'CLOSKEY, Of Washington tp. FOR TREASURER, JOHN G. GIVEN, Of Ebensburg. FOR COMMISSIONER, ANTHONY EAMBAUGH, Of Jackson, tp. FOR AUDITOR, WASH. DOUGLASS, Of Allegheny tp. ETTiie Sentinel, has much the large at cir tulalion of any piper published in this county and as an adveitising sheet offrs superior inducements to merchants and business men gr net ally. Those desirous of makiust us of jkis medium for extending their business can ido su b either sending their notices direct, or through the fvlhiemg agents: i John Cioute, iiVg., Johnstown. I E. IV. Carr, Evans' Buildings, Thiid si. 1 Philadelphia. 1 Wm. A. Kinloe, Pittsburg. i George Pratt, 151, Nassau st., Ntw York. i JZTThe Democracy of Westmorl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 13 September 1849

.' Give Me Music. Give me music, glorious music; Let its airy sweetness swell Till my soul and my senses Are enthralled within its spell! 'Tis a thin? of wondrous power; For it dancenth in each vein. Till it paints the cheek with crimson, And bring paleness buck again. Hark! with what a wild lomadu It leaps forth upon the air; With ita trumpet voice of braveness, It provokes the soul to dare; And my wildest aspirations All come rushing on again. Till a thousand burning wishes Hold their revel in my brain! But, 'tis sofier growing softer, I could almost incll in tears; And I see as in a vision My swett home ol early years. O, the birds ate blythely tinging On the balmy summer air. And dep eyes ure gazing on rac, As 1 bind in cbildh.iod'a prayer. Then a silent, firm baud preoing, And a mournful, sad adieu. And the magic scene dissolvelh Like a init upon my view! Softly still that plaintive music, And a thrill mr.i through my brain, For it skirts upon the injigin Of the deeptat, darktt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 20 September 1849

A it 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES POINT THE WAY WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW." BY JOHN G. GIVEN. EBENSBURG, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1849. VOL. 5. NO. 50. II J I II II II I S III III Honor to the Toiling Hand Ail honor to the lo.ling hand. Or in the fold of mine; Or by the harncfsed fire or steam, Or on tho heaving brine. Whatever loom, or barque, or plow, Hath wrought to bless our land; Or given around above below. We owe the toiling hand. Then honor honor to the toiling hand! It battle with tho elements, It breaks the stubborn sward; It ring the furge the hullle throws And shapes the social board, It conquers climo it stems the wave And boars from every strand The aueetast, best of all we have, Gifts of the toiling hand. Th?n honor honor to the toiling hand! ivi i sou r. ii a ne'o'ps" fallen Gray; OR, THE SCHOOL MISTRESS. BY JOSEPH BOUOHTON. Scenes of interest and of beauty are daily being shadowed forth in real life, very many of which fail of being enjoyed, o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 20 September 1849

SEVEN DAYS LATE It FRO M EURO P E 42SIVAL CF THE El'KOPA. Dr Eipress aad Telegraph trow Halifax to the Pennsylvaaiaa. Confirmation of the Hungarian, Catas trophe News from France, England Germany ', fyc. ' , . '. x Sr. Johns, Tuesday Sept. 11. . The steamship Europa arrived at Hali-f-x at about 8 o'clock on Monday evening with 130 passengers. The Cambria arrived at Liverpool on Sunday evening. HUNGARIAN AFFAIRS. Unsatisfactory Accounts. The latest intelligence within our reach, from Hunga ry, h embraced in advices from Vienna, c'f the S:h inst. The news from that quarter continues blind and unsatisfactory, and as full contradictions as ever. ofi The Weincr Zcituiig Qf the 2 1th puu lisb.es what it calls an explanation of the manner in which Gen. Gorgey's surrender was brought about. The document con tains, however, so little that is new, it is riot-, deemed advisable to quote it for, .whilst it carefully informs the public of i all-those circumstances of which you are already advise...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 20 September 1849

1 1 i I liolTMlNTINiT i - : i - i EBENSBURG, PA. THURSDAY. SEPTEMHER '. 1819 for ca al commissioner, JOHN A GAM BILES' Of Lycoming. EEMOOR fLTIO COU-T T Y I? 0 1.1 IITATIONS. FOR ASSEMBLY, . Dr. Wm .A. SMITH, r ' Ebensburg. FOR SHERIFF, JOHN ISUAWLEY, 0" SummerhtU tp. FOR CORONER. P. S. M'CLOSKEY, Of Washington tp. FOR TREASURER, JOHN G. GIVEN, Of Ebensburg. : : " . FOR COMMISSIONER, ANTHONY -LAMBAUGH, Of Jackson, tp. FOR AUDITOR, WASH. DOUGLASS, ..- ' , Of Allegheny tp. TTTriE ScNTixKL, las viuch th- largest cir dilation of anil parer published in this ctuntij ' ,and as an adtcilising sheet off ' rs superior inducements to merchants and business men generally. Thns desirous of makims us of mrdium for extending their business can '0 so 6y either stnding their notices direct, or 'hrough the fulloiDing agents; John Ctouse, Esq-, Johnstown. E. IV. Cnrr. Evens' Buildings, Third st. 'kiladrlphia. ... Wm. A. Jvinsloe, Vittshurg. George 1'ratt, 151. Nassau, st., Ntw York. Appoiatmrut bv th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 20 September 1849

d m a m Freedom of the Mind. Free is Ihe eagle's wing, " Cleaving the sun's warm ray Free is the mountain spring. As it rushes forth to day: But freer far the mind Priceless its liberty; No hand muit dare to bind God made it to be free! You may chain the eagle's wing, No more on the clouds to soar You may seal the mountain spring, That it leap to light no more: Hut the mind let none dare chain Better it cease to be! Born not to serve, but reign Cod made it to be free! Free is the mountain breeze. Floating from airy height Ftce are the rufching seas. And free heaven's golden light: But freer than light or air, O'er the ever-rolling sea, Is the mind beyond compare God made it to be free! Then guard the gem divine, Than gems of gold more rare, Keep watch o'er the sacred shrine; No foe must enter there: Ob, let not error bind, Nor passion reign o'er thee; Keep the freedom of the mind God made it to bo free! The Times. BY TOBY SIKE'S MACHINE How oft I've thought, and mourned to think Tim...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 27 September 1849

fit 'WE GO WHERE DEMOCRATIC PRINCIPLES TOINT THE WAY WHEN THEY CEASE TO LEAD, WE CEASE TO FOLLOW. BY JOHN G. GIVEN. KBENSBURG, THURSDAY,; SEPTEMBER 27, 1849. VOL. 5. NO. 51. 4 iff ' II 1 I II II II I When Fortune Beams. When fortuno beams around you. When bearta with ploasure leap; And hopes and joya aurround you Foi jet not those who weep! Whan friendship's smile invites you- To bleaa and to be blest; When every charm delig-hU you Oh, think of the distressed: When golden galea betide you, - As if by Heaven decreed. And plenty stands beside you Forget not thoso who need! When pleasure's cup seems endleav. Oh prove it without end, IS boing to the friondloss In every hour a friend! MXSOSLLANSOUS- TIic Cicnllcmen's Club. BY THOS. J. BEACH, ESQ., BALTIMORE. "I was a member of the Gentlemen's Club, said Jack ililson, the second lull of the Warspite, commencing a yarn amidst the knot of officers who were blowing1 a cloud one moonlight evening on the quarter-deck. 'I was a member of the Ge...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The mountain sentinel. — 27 September 1849

FOREIGN NEWS. 11 promotion since November is annulled,1 tion of Gou. Taylor, and by the late elec- . . . ti . .4 ! i . 1. . t ri ..-11 : SEVEN DAYS LATER FHOM EUROPE! AEKiyAlToF' THE CAMBRIA. St. Johns, N. B. Sept. 20. The Cambria arrived at Halifax at half pas: C o'clock last evening,' having had heavy weather, and was to leave for New York at 8 o'clock on the same'evening. Trie markets are dull, without much change. The weather for harvesting was fine in all Great Britain. The Liverpool Journal of the 9th says: The harvest has been nearly safely housed and is pronounced abundant, as the potato is redundant and is so far exempted from rot. ,-i Trade is active, if not lucrative, and em ployment kin the manufacturing districts awaits all who desire it. The Queen and Royal Family were tull in Scotland, and would return to Lon don on the 13th. The Cholera. The cholera was greatly increasing in England. The deaths for the week end ing 8th inst., in "London, were 7796 of which 1663 were ...

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