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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

On Listening to Evil Reports.—The longer I live, the more I feel the importance of adhering lo the rule which I have laid down for myself in relation to such matters: " 1. To hear as little as possible whatever is to the prejudice of others 2. To believe nothing of the kind till I am absolutely forced to it. 3. Never to drink in die spirit of one who circulates an ill report. 4. Always to moderate, as far as Ican .lheunUindncss which is expressed toward others. 5. Always to believe lhat, if the other side was heard, a very different account arould be given of the mauer."—Cants.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

Allentown, Pa. THDRSDAY, HARCn IS, 1849. _ • V. B. PALMER, Esq, n7w. corner " of Third and Ohesnnt streets, Philadelphia, and 109 Nassau street, (Tribune Buildings,) New York, is our authorized Agent for receiving advertisements and subscriptions to the Lehigh Register and collecting and receipting for the same. txF We continue under many obligations to Messrs. Boas and Laubach, for valuable Legislative report*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

• •—. The Retiring Secretaries. — The Union in noticing ihe retirement of a number of the late Cabinet officers, says they will all leave Washington early in April. Mr. Buchanan returns lo Lancaster after having paid a visit to Harrisburg, "hero he has been invited by the democrats of ihe legislature. Got. Marcy returns to Albany; and Judge Mason proposes to locate himself in Richmond. Colonel Cave Johnson remains in. Washington for a few weeks longer, when he returns with his family to Tennesse.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

Corn by Weight.—Shippers and large dealers in corn at Baltimore are endeavoring to establish in that market the standard measurement of 56 lbs. to the bushel. Some of them have sustained heavy losses by the failure of thoir cargoes to hold out when subjected to measurement byweight at the port of destination. Orders In the ¦ amount of 600,000 bushels of corn have been countermanded from Baltimore lo the New York and Philadelphia markets, in consequence of (he standard of measurement employed at the first mentioned port. J ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

Innocently Popping the Question.—"Charles, said a young lady to her lover, " there is nothing interesting in Ihe papers to-day, is there, dear 1" "No, love ; but I hope there will, one day, when we bolh shall be interested." The lady blushed and said of course, "For shame Charles '." Death of Mr. Blanehard. — We regret.lo learn, lhat Hon. John Blanehard, representative in the last Congress, from the 17th District in this State, died on Friday last at Harrisburg; on his-way lo his home. Mr. Brown , «e believe was a native of Vermont,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

Mr. and Mrs. Polk.—The retiring President will be courteously received and entertained In all the towns through which he may pass on his road South. The public nutboritie - s of Wilmington, N. C, and Savannah, Geo., have tendered him the hospitalities of their respective cities, and a committee of citizens has been appointed in Charleston to receive him. Mr. Polk and family left Washington on Tuesday by the Southern line. At Richmond he was received in ceremonious manner by the Legislature and people.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

Surreying California.-—The Fresfcb Government have ordered .that, an engineer of mines should'ai one? proceed to California, to examine th; nature of ihe country and from actual experience send home accounts of a nature to enlighten French commerce as lb the real stale of the case. In consequence of thai decision, orders were al once transmitted-to Brest; to p ' reparoa vtfssel to carry oitt ' the engineer in quesliohl ' ' :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

The Ether Discovery.—A correspondent informs us that the committee of Congress to whom was referred the subject of compensation forthc Ether discovery have made their report. He says that the coram iltee stale that Drs. Jackson and Morton both appeared personally before the committee, and lhat nearly a month was spent by the committee in a thorough examination of the evidence of which the result is a unanimous report awarding the credit of the discovery to Dr. Morton.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

Quaker Defender of Slavery. — The Charleston Courier says:—A pamphlet of fifty pages, entitled "The North and the South," written by Mr. Ellwood Fisher, a Quaker gentleman of Cincinnati (bat of Southern birth,) has been lately introduced into Washington city, and has received the admiring sanction of Mr. Calhoun and other distinguished Southern gentlemen. It is said to exhibit great ingenuity and ability.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

/m/juAnce—Somebody, who styles himselT^K venal, is addressing Genera! Taylor upon ihe duly lliat he owes ibe country in leltcrs that becupy seven columns in uJffaTUmore pajpe ' r. The presumption of tlidwiitcr in supposing . that the President would read advise at such length, is no less reriiai-kable than the self-saUsfaclion that Induces Hiln to suppose that hcise»p*b> of g iv •ngiu , .... ,. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

Maryland U. S. Senator.—Benjamin C. Howard has been appointed by Gov. Thomas, of Mary land, a Senator of the United States, to fill Ihe unexpired term of the Hon. Reverdy Johnson. Mr. Howard was a member of the last Baltimore Convention, and look an active part for one of his very moderate talents, in promoting the nomination of Gen. Cass. He was also, for a number of years, a member of Congress from Baltimore.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

Tliree "B'hoys" at a Birth. — The Boonsboro, (Md) Odd Fellow, states lhat the wife of Mr. W. S. Spencer, of that place, was safely delivered of three sons on Saturday night last, the 3d of March. They are all "alive and kicking," and with ihe mother doing well.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

Governor of Tennessee. — We observe that Neil S. Brown, the present Governor of Tennessee, declines a re-eleolioii. The Democrats have several candidates in the field, among them, Gen. Gideon J. Pillow , and Hon. A. 0. 1'. Nicholson, fnrm ' ei . ly U. S. Sonalor.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

Jttiscclltmeoits Selections 1 Scene In Ihe Senate. In further illustration of the disorder which characterized the last hours of Congress just expired, we subjoin a sketch of one scene in the Senate from the correspondent of New York Express. Time is one o'clock Sunday morning; scene in the Senate Chamber ; subject the amendment to the Approp riation Bill: 1 Mr. Webster. If we amend the bill now, \yevendanger its existence. The amendment already recognizes the Federal Constitution as existing in New Mexico and California, and extended there. The differences between us is but a metaphysical abstraction. Mr. Foate. (The various parts acted by the Hon. Senator during tho night are indescribable—and no pen can drawn picture of them, much less exaggerate them) It is past midnight, and we have no right here. I move weadjournsine. die. There are many, men on the floor (weary and old Senators of expiring terms) not entitled to seats here. Mr. Atchison. The gentleman from Miss, is out ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

viiiiis iro . _ —ggssj au '!""jsa Clay 's Lelier on Emancipation. A **nn^ Inn rm IaMah ,a ....LI! I 1^ vY " •"¦ ' .» '""a ' . .puujisneu m Men. ry Clay, relative to the emancipation of the slaves in Kentucky;:. : We are loo much crowded to publish the letter at length. The following are the principal points in it: After full'and deliberate consideration of the subject, it appears lo me three principles should regulate the establishment of a system of emancipation. The first is, that it should be slow in its operation, cautious, and gradual, so as to occasion no convulsion, nor any rash or sudden disturbance in the existing habits of society. Second, thai, as nn indispensible condition, the emancipated slaves should be removed from the" State to some Colony, And, thirdly, that the expenses of their transportation to such colony, including an outfit for six months aftcr ' their arrival, should be defrayed by a fund to be raised from the labor (if each freed slave. Nothing could ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

¦¦- — Mr. Fillmore's Address. Tlin AVT n»hmn-*nn nn nn l-R. n??*-^] II prl willl - •'— a l'"i » ..-- - . Jescriptions of the inauguration. The following is the address of the Vice President Mr. Fillmore, on taking* his seat as the presiding ofiicer of the Senate :— Senators—Never having been honored with a seat on this floor, and never having ficted as the presiding officer of any legislative body, you will not doubt my sincerity when I assure you that I assume the responsible duties of this chair wilh a conscious want of experience, and a just apprehension that I shall often need your friendly suggestions, and more of en your indulgent forbearance. I should indeed feel oppressed and disheartened did I not recollect that the Senate is composed of eminent statesmen, equally distinguished for their high intellectual endowments and their amenity of manners—whose persuasive eloquence is so.. h' appil . v tempered with habitual courtesy as lo relic vi y our presiding officer from a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

¦ Farewell Address of Mr/ Dallas. ' . ,The~ffllow.ing. is an;;ejctracj fjrora ^he Spee' cTi 'of^ the Ex-EfceiPre»irJfem oiMafcftg leave of the Senatoon;Eridayrthe 9th of March: • . ._ -_ ..., "A right to vote upon any question pending before this body, when its members are equally divided, is given lo the Vice President by the Constitution; and the duty to exercise that rig ht is imposed upon him by an express rule of the Senate; - ' '"Although it so happened that equal divisions have occurred, during my official term, with unusual frequency—no less than thirty times—although no one can be insensible lo the signal responsibility of giving to this or the other scale, on such contingencies, the final preponderance, lam not aware of having faltered in casting my suffrage as in my conscience I believe the people of the United States, and especially that vast majority of them whose judgements and affections cling with eve.r renewing conviction aiid devotion to the harmony and durat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

Dealu of Dr. John C. Reynolds. It is with sincere regret we learn ol " the death, ai Lewislown, on the. 24th ult., in the 38th year of his age, Dr. John C. Reynolds, late- surgeon, of tho 1st regiment of Pennsylvania-volunteers. • ¦ Dr. Reynolds was a gentleman highly esteemed in his social as well as professional relations. Ill ' s services in the late war with Mexico,are recorded in the following paragraph from the Lcwistown Democrat: When the gallant Capt. Walker set out on his expedition against Huamantla, Surgeon Reynolds served as a volunteer by his side, charging the enemy in the thickest of the fight, until the lamented Walker (ell mortally wounded in his arms. During this sanguinary contest Surgeon Reynolds, having been separated from Captain Walker, dashed through the space occupied by the enemy, and leaping from his horse, took his post again by the side of Walker, who, turning to .him, said, "That's right, doctor, we can whi p them yet." It was during this campai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 15 March 1849

PUBLIC SALE, On Easter Monday, the 9lh and Tuesday the 10th of April, each day at 10 o'clock A: M., there will be exposed to public sale al the house of JosepbJKIoder, deceased, late of Hanover township, Lehigh .county, the following articles : 3 horses and a colt, 9 head of cattle, hogs. 2 farm wagons, 1 cart with harness, pleasure carriage wilh harness, harness and flynet, ploughs and harrows, one 1 horse wagon, a light sleigh and wood sled, hay and wood ladders, thrashing machine with horso power, windmill, cutting bo.v, wheelbarrow, r/rain cradles, sionq quarrying implements, G'bee hives and a lot of boxes nnd bee baskets, grain bags, straw by the hunderd, a lot of rails, potatoes by the bushel, wheat and rye in the ground, hay by the ton, a small boat, 0 barrels of cider, also vineger by the barrel, cross-cut saw, 13 shares of the Lehigh bridge, beds and bedsteads, bureau, tables and chairs,an 8 day clock, cupboara,-walch, stove with pipe, double and single barrel shot gu...

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