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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 January 1854

TJNIO NASHVILLE, TENN: SATURDAY, JANUARY 21, 185. ' AOL. XXIV. I v Wit .a A 11 fi1 PI P." i AT . tfciLUWWw- i i i i -- ,,, : rr. mi f f ft lb 0 a r Hi- ONION AND AjgRICAN. OI'l'ICl.Vo. 11, DKADKKICIC STKEKT. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN la fumishtd to subscribers at the following rates: Single copies, one " ' veirln advance. $2 5"; within the year S3 00; at the end of the yw tl OX Clciis Of five and upwards 2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribe will be re- ,ceived for six. roonlhsat the foregoing rates, c - he TRI-WKEKLY is published every Tuesday "hitrsdaj' and Saturday, at $5 per anuuui Id advance; if nut paia a bd ranee, ftj. , ., DAILY is publMicd at Eight Dollars. tgrTHC MONET I ' UA. CASES TO ACCOMTANi . SUESCRIPTIO.V Remittances of subscriptions m- ba laade by mail oi our risk. paper will be sent uut of the Slate unless the order fa ac companied with the cask. Gl.OiM.n -Y. COOK, ATTORNEY AT LA W AND LA'.fD AGENT, Woco Village, Toxn. WIl.iL attend to the collection o...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 January 1854

"" I J. L. tLlRUXO, t . EASTMAX, Q. C. TOKCSTT, M. C, C. CTiCttCU. JOHN X. jaAni.INCi.Jc-uo.-t EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. SATURDAY MORNING, JAN. 21, 1854. Hard to Get Hight. The Telegraphic operators have had a hard time in making out the name of Voriebf the vessel which aided in saving the pav Bengera on the ill-fated SanFrancisco. It has been .'given in different papers as the Three Bills, the Three Bells, the Three Belles, etc It turns out, however, to be the Ploha Bell. The rclier was an Vacfof heroism as well as humanity, and the name pi- the vessel, at least, should go down to posterity correctly printed. .'SjgfT. The sentiments. oC the following paragraph from the Memphis 11' are highly creditable to "the editors of (hat able journal. Among higli m;nAr.,i mn 'nn-nrpiudices flud no toleration: NASnvn.LE.-The KSP J' 15th, has a leader in reply to an article j.them-. 'Chester Indepcmknt. The latter paper indulged a olish tiradeagainst Nashville baed upon the fact - that the State ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 January 1854

Jit F3 3 -. 9 I NASHVILLE: SATURDAY HOUNWB, JAN. 21, 1831. BOOK AUCTION TO-NIGHT. To-night, Pratt, the ruince of booksellers, gives tils last sale of valuable books, at Dunton's auction rooms. His f tock embraces a largo variety of the best books in print. . They are well printed, and he rella them rcmarklv cheap. Go to-night. The JEolianx This talented company havedono fine business here, although the very inclement state " 'of the ivcatrr has been against them since theyhavi been among us. They appear to-night at theAdelphi in an entire change of Pjo gramme, introducingsev- 'al of the latest Ethiopian Melodies. Im Petite ,'Azelesc, appears in a new dance. Mr. Moore, in one of his best Flute Solon. Mr. Rixebolt will also peform a Solo on ont string the performance eon eluding wilh Ihe most laughable of all burlesques, the Hippodrome. We advise all who are fond of fun to go to night. Bavxe's Vovace to Europe. Full and fashions ble assemblages attend this beautiful exhibition, and th...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 21 January 1854

mm a '1j CANDIDATES . iok sararr, t5?"Vre are authorized to announce L. W. Fcbsel. a a - candidate for re-election to the o3ice of Sheriff of Davidson - county, at the next March election. J5?"We areauthorited to announce Jorcc K. Edhoxdson, ; a candidate for the SheritTaity of Davidson county. Z2JVie are authorized to announce Esocii Ccssixaam, as a candidate for Sheriff at the ensuing election. JjWc are authorized to announce Williao Lotos, us .e candidate for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the ensuing election. - t2f"V are authorized to announce E. B. BiGLtr as a candidate for sheriff, attbc cnsuingelection. CLERK OF THE COCXTT COLT.T. ZT We are authorized to announce Jo-sun Ferris as a candidate for County Court Clerk at the ensuing election. JSJ'W'e are authorized to announce Felix It. CuEA-moi a candidate" for re-election (brCounrJ- Court Clerk it the en suing ejection. " " - i37"We are authorized to announce Isaac M. Joxes a can v dldate for County Court Clerk, at the nezt JI...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 January 1854

1 . k 1A T A . . VOL. XXIV. NASHVILLE, TENN: SUNDAY, JANITAEY 22, 1854. A SH ? 1 liL: jji ll.MOA LI lJ..--.AMiitt.l,.-A.lV is: . UNION AND AMERICAN. oKricE-xo. iiTUeauerick street s. :liic!.-t'rvi:r.Y UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished to subscribers al the following rates: Single copies, one year in advance. $2 50; w-.thmtlio year 5a w; aiuieeuu ci me ye v vu. v. . -r - ' per copy for one year. Clubs or subscribers will be ce'ived for six months at the foregoing rates. he TRI-WEEXLY U published evsry Tuesday rhursday . - a :r . rt and Saturday, at $5 per annum in aavauce; " " t" ndrar.ee, JS. , DAILY iH published iat Eight Dollars. J-THE MONEY I LL CASES TO ACCOSim k" 5inf!RIPTIOa - &1 .r ..i., :.,4: mi. hn t aade br mail 1 our rwemiitances ii Buuii - f ""er will be sent out of the State unless the order fa ac compauicd vr.lh tne casn. ATTOEHEY AT LA W AND LAUD AGENT, Voco Village, Texas. WILL attend to the collection of debt, and the investi gaU'ouund perfecting of land tides in ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 January 1854

- sit I". it? laililmMtitmcviciufc, 1. L. MAUUNG, E. C KASTUAN, O. C IOEBCTT, MC. & CUL'aCU. 1 4 J OI1I.N L. MARLIXC As- c o. EDITORS AXD PROPRIETORS. i SUNDAY MORXISG, JAN. 22, 1854. - . COLLIER'S SUAKSPEARE, . -i'5 Wcliave received from the popular publisher, Eedfikld, of New York, a copy of "the Works of Shakspeare, the text regulated by the recently dis covered folio of 1G32, containing early manuscript Ji " t. ' Our readers have been made familiar with the t o.-igia of this edition of Sliakspeare, by a lengthy notice of Mr. Collier's first work, which we soaie time since published". This edition ia printed from uic vurrccieu text, mine in every instance in wmuu a change 1ia3 been tnaJe from the liter editions, the usual modern reading h given ma note at the "battom of the page. Th'u cJition hi3rju3id ail tlie students of Shak es eare tD criticisms, in which every variety of opinio'n has been expressed of the merit of the errund itbtn an 1 their authority. Upon the ques " tl...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 January 1854

1 Jr N AS H VI LLE: SUNDAY MORNING, JAN. 't, 1854. ; .i ,JT TiieuKouas Misstuels, wure in excellent voiea - -and tune, last etcning, and gave entire satisfaction, , as .usual, to a very respectable audience. VTe are -pleased to find, by their bills that they contemplate ,, .-" remaining with ua during the ensuing week, the past few days preventing (from the inclemency of ''-. ' . . l - -.-t.i uie weatner,) many attenaing meir iinunuiuie wju- certs, who would otherwise have been present. .We hope better weather and better houses may at tend their sojourn. Mr. YaxLiew, one of the . .Managers of the JJolians, we perceive, is under A 'lined for a benefit on Tuesday evening. Bayxe's Votaoe to Europe. It will be per ceived that this is the last week of the Panorama . at Odd Fellow's LTaU. Its attraction is steadily on the increase, and the strangers in our city find this . a delightful place of amusement to while away an hour. The exhibition is full of instruction, and the ' views faithfu...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 22 January 1854

I S3We are authorized to announce L. W Vi o. candidate fur re-election to the office of Sheriff of Davidson 1 county-, at the next March election. 1 CANDIDATES . e are authorized to announce Joint K. En-ioxnsox, s candidate for the Sheriffalty of Davidson county. 5fWe are authorized to announce Enoch CorjnscnijJ, Eg a candidate for Sheriff at "the ensuing election. JSWe ere authorized to anhounce William Lutox, as a candiJate for SbcriiT of Davidson county, at the eusuinr election. S3F"VV e are authorized to announce K. B. Biqlet as a candidate for sheriff at the ensuing election. CLERK Or THE COUXTT COCKT. 253" We are authorized to announce Josun: Funis as a candidate for County Court Clerk at the ensuing election. tSTW'c are authorized to announce Felix It. Cheatham a candidate for re-election' for County Court Clerk at the en 'sain; election. J3?"We are authorized to announce Isaac XI. Joxra a can didate furComity Court Clerk, at the next March election. FOR COOTY TRUSTEE. , tST"...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 24 January 1854

A MM vol. xxiy. UNION AND A1MERIGAN. OFPICE-No. II, DEADERICK STREET. THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN Is furnished ' to mibscribersar the Wlowijig rates: Single copies, one - jear-inadyance. $2 50; within. the year 43 00; ul the end , i. the year $4 00. Clubs Of five and upwards $2 00 per copy for one year. Clubs of subscribers will be re ceived for six months at the foregoing rate. haTM-WEEKLY is published every Tuesday, -bursdaj , -u. and Saturday, at per annum in advance; if tu. ruia a t advance, f 6. t . . DAILY is published at Eight Dollars. ( vEB-THE MONEY I ' LL CASES TO ACCOMTANV SUBSCRIPTI03 .S3i ' , aBemiUancesof subscriptions mat bo uade by mail J. our t. : paper will be sent out of the State unless the order U ac- . . companieu wiui me cuu. GEORGE W. COOK, -ATTORNEY AT ,L A W AND LAB AGENT. Woco Village, Tcxn. WRL attend to the collection of debts, and the investi gation and perfecting oi land titles in Texas: .11 . EEFEBEKCES Hon. O W. 0. Torro, Hon. Natsjax Giikkx,. " R....

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 24 January 1854

tit M IS it Ir . L. KUOISO, 0. O. C TORBETT, . CIIIOT. JOHN L. MAULING & CO. EDITORa AND PS0PKIET0B3. ' JfJ&P-. MORNING, JAJf. 3I 85' MESSAGE FROM TUB GOVERNOR IN RELATION TO THE EAST TENNESSEE D0ND3- W'nblis'h. this moralnz. Gov. Joiiksos's Mcs ,in relation to the resolution of inquiry lately ipissed in the House concerning the bonds issued to the East Tennessee ani? lieorgia naiiroau muxV3. Wdo not deem itnece33arv to accompany the doc- . ntr mmmpnts of our o.vn. We have ralredy given the subject much consideration, and, as we think, fully vindicated the action of the Gov ernor, in the merniscs. If any doubts -still remain t Uo i,minra of his course, we think the w v puj... - . -V u in.l onnpisH statement will t C: 3 UltU WW w remove them. We cannot think that any reason- .able and clear-headed man will rise from the peru-h-Vf xvtihnut beincr "entirely con- Sal Ui' vuto awujivw w . virieed that die East Tennessee and Georgia Com. Hariv were entitled to the bonds issued to ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 24 January 1854

EXCHAHOE AND BANK XOZX imnruDur ran . i a , TUESDAY MOVING,, JAN. 24, Ifiii. EePXew Am-EimSEiiEKTs. We are. coinjlellcd 2 to 6mi several new atlvertisemiSntsf intended for tthis snorting s pajier. To know pur iriends -whoso faTprtHro tuns left btfer for onerl iy vill excuse to tjivittiajiotoftea we are compelli.'d to beg their fn- dulgeiice. -r - Among the advertisements wo are'corapelled -to ohrit'fi'ro Uibse of. jLAireit fc PjiiLiirsr who arejust receiving a.very large and fine assortment pi Wro jce'nes and of J. York & Co , who 'have received additions to their valuable stock of Books and.Sta- t .JTho.CnAEtE3 BitcaEn, now at our wharf, is one of the largestanil, in 'some respects, the hand tsomest boats', ever seen pri bur river. Owing to '''other engagements we had not thep!easuro of vii - ting tliis "Steam Palace " before yesterday cvenTng. ' Her. architecture is a model In steam-boat building; .iBhe'is furnished in magnificent style equal to many of theorth river boats all...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 24 January 1854

tsij ama: urn ua - -1- I: CANDIDATES . roa sheriff. t JST"We are authorized to announce L.W. Fossil, as i candidate fur re-election to the office of Sheriff of Davidson f ;County, at the next March election. Vu SWe are authorized to announce Zous K.'EDXoxtiaos, candidate for the SheriOilty ofDavidfO:! count J3 We are authorised to announce Exocu CtntxixGHA, 4i M a candidate for Sheriff at the ensuing election. 2"We are authorized to announce Willu LbtoV as a candidal for Sheriff of Davidson county, at the ensuing election. 3FWe are authorised to announce E. H. BiOLxraea candidate for sheriff, atthe enauingelection. -V5 CLERK Of THE OOCXTT COUKT. ,37We are' authorized to announce Josun Fxebq as a --t Candidate for Count Court Clerk at the ensuing election. ggTWe are authorized to announce Felix It Chicatuam candidate for re-election tor Count Court Clerk at the en tasing election. XmT We are authorised to announce Luso M. Jon es a can didate for Count Court Clerk, at the next March e...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 25 January 1854

I 4 j, f . - . , - - . -- - -av Jfci - 4 3 1 1 5?. 4l 4 VOL, XXIV. UNION AND AMERICAN. OFFICE No. 11, DEADERICK STREET. ' t ' " " THE WEEKLY UNION AND AMERICAN' Is furnished to subscribers a; the following rates: Single copies, one your in advance. S" 50; within' the year $3 00; at the end -j of Ibe'ycar ft '00. Cures Of five and upwards J2 Oo I pei'copy for' one year; Club of subscribers will here- eei ved for six months at the foregoing rates. be TRI-WEEKLY is published evry Tuesday "hursdy and J&tnrday, at $5 per annum in advance; if nbtpuia advance, i. HAlLYig published at Eight Dollars. BTTUE-SIOXKY Iv' LL CASES TO ACCOlirANl SUBSCRIPTION Remittances of subscriptions ma bo Made by trail i our risk piper will be Pent out of the Slato unless tho order Is ac companiedwith the cash. (.EOEUE W. COOK. ATTORNEY AT LA W AH11 LAIIDAOEHT, AV oco'VilIase. Texas. "VTTILL attend to tho collection of debts, and the invest! V V gallon and perfecting of laud titles in Ttix j: UKKEKENCES. l...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 25 January 1854

t. L. UAKLKO, S O. KiSTXUr, 0. C TOSBRT, M. C. C. CnUSCK. J O II N L. MAULING & CO. EDITORS A.SD PB0riUTT0E3. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JAN. 25, 1851. TAB BILL TO ORJASlZtS THE TERRITORY CF NEBRASKA. A tc hvp not ?nft'for the publication of Sen ator DonoLA.33' N bruka bill entire, we furnish our riders with a mopis of its various sections: The fw.-ii.in oPM, l nrecrihs the boundaries, creates e - -& rv.T"nent, and provides that when admitted a5.3f.te States, the saw ier ritorvor any portoa ehaU he received with or i."... i. tj.pir r mstitu'ion may declaro niHiw'tvai-'; - at the time of al.nis-i.oa. Nothing in fie act shall i ... i to ,i. hu Onnfi-Rss from dividing:!!.- LM3 i;uuai o " " " o , Territory, or attachini any p tion of it to another vStfit or T-rrit rr; or 'o nn -air ine ngw 1 1 Inditiis in said Tcr- ritory. or t. include ny -r, ry which, by treaty :v.. . .t -..it. -he cons-nt of such tribe; to be mclo led w thtu the territorial limit, or . r e ..r fe.Titory. but a.! such...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 25 January 1854

AYEDXESlXVr MORNING, JAN. iiS, 1854 . RUMORED DEATH OF Mil. SOULE. . Therumor mentioned In the annexed paragraph from the Loudon Times, seems not to. have found it3 way into the telegraphic despatches on the subject Our sympathies, .in this matter, aro decidedly with the American Minister and hi? son, and wo shall deeply regret tho, confirmation of this repott zf" From the London Weekly Times. A letter from, Paris, dated Wednesday, says, 4It lias been very currently reported to-day that a tele graphic dispatch has been received from Madrid, .jut nouncins that a third duel has taken place in cor sequence of the unhappy affair at M. De Turgot's ball. The principals on this occasion were the Duke of Alba and Mr. Soule, tho father of tho combatant in the first duel. The dispatch is said to state that Mr. Soule is killed. 1 was in hope3 tliat there was no truth m the report, as J. had sren a gentleman who had spoken to Mr. Mercier (Mr. Soule's broth- er-m law) this morning, who had said ...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 25 January 1854

-as ass ",Sf t CANDIDATES . ' ron anEiurr. rV"'We art authorized to announce L. VST. Fcssel, as a etndidita for re-election to the office of Sheriff of Davidson rrsctT.at th next March election. 'ZfNa aro authorized to announce Jons K. EdjiondsOs, c crndin&ts forth Sheriffalty or DavMson county. rZ7"W are authorized to announce Exocu CrasocHAif, C-& rendidate for Sheriff at the ensuing election. fyTV'e are authorized to announce illum Lctos, as aeandiJatoforSherifforUaTidaon county, at the ensuing eIt?Vr are authorized to announce E. B. Biglet as a tindidato for sheriff at the ensuing election. cixrs. or wis cotrercy cornm rrV7ti trs anthoriied to announce Josian Fkiuus as a tindi 'atefor County Court Clerk at the engine election. f'e are authorized to announce Feux K. Cuhatium A aniida! for re-election for County Court Clerk at the eu enicjr ejection. Kj ff are authorized lo announce Isaac M. Jones ncau CJaw for County Court Clerk, at the next March election. FOK COOSTT TRU...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 26 January 1854

, i 1 1 1 If' ID J VOL. XXIV. UNION AND AMERICAN, OFFICE So. 11, DEADERICK STREET. - ; -- ': rp"- THE .WEEKLY UNION AND AHEUICAN-sIa furnif bed .. to subscribers ai the following rates: Siugle copies, one year in advance. $2 5 within the year3 00; aitheend of :lie year $1 02. , Cuiiu-Of hve and upwards f 2 00 per copy Tor onejear. Clubd of subscribers will be re ceivedforfcixroonUisat the foregoing pites. , . bs TRI-WEEKXY is published every Tuesday .burhdjr , aod Saturday, at.$5 per annum in advance; ir. m.jpaia ) advance. ?C ... ... DAILYispubhshtd at Eight Dollars., -TUE MONEY I " LL OASES TO ACCOMTANi . iSUDSCRIPTIOJ,' ..2 . Remittances of subscriptions ma bs :ade by wail .1 our . .rLtk. , paper will be Met out of the State unless the order U ac coinpjjiicd with the cash. ' GEORGE v cooit. ATTORNEY AT 1 A V AND LAUD AGSUT. YVoco Village, Toxae. WILL attend to the collection ot debts, and the investi gation and perfecting of land titles in Texas: 0 W. O. Tottov, Hon. N-tua.n Gati...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 26 January 1854

laflgWnum American. J. L. UACUNO, B G. IASTU1.V, a. a TOKBKTT, ii.&a cbcech. JOHN L. MAULING A; CO, ; EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS. i THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 20, 1854, : MISSISSIPPI AND MARYLAND. "We published the excellent resolution of the de mocracy of Georgia a few days ago. The" following resolutions, introduced by Mr. McWillie, of Madison, were adopted by the Sen ate of Mississippi by a vote of 20 in the affirmative to 7 in the negative: 1. Resolved, By the Legislature of the btate ot Mississippi, that we cordially approve of the Ad ministration of Franklin Pierce ; that vve recog nize in him a firm upholder of the Union of the 'StatC3, and a fearless defender of State Rights as expounded and understood by the fathers of the Re public. . , 2. Resolved, That the policy of the President as exhibitid in his message and executive appoint- " merits, in discountenancing all further slavery agita tion -in and out of Congress" meets our hearty ap probation: both on account of the conson...

Publication Title: Nashville Union And American
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 26 January 1854

NASHVILLE: "THURSDAY AlORNING, JAN. 2C, 1854. "BIBLE DEFENCE OF SLAYER V; Ob OaicMAtFoa TCXtS AXD HlSTOBT Or THE Ntxmo Racx." By Iter. JoslAH PaiEST, A. JJ. The agent of this valuable work, Mr. E. W. Bcsn, is now in the city, and we learn intends canvassing the Slate for purchasers. We advise all ' ' who feel a philosophic or historic interest in the sub , ject of the work to avail themselves of th"i3 oppor tunity for procuring a copy. It is the most com plete and thorough treatise on the subject of slavery -' in print, and, as an able defence of their peculiar institution, commends itself to the attention of Southern men. "We take pleasure in copying the following com mendatory letter from Gen. Hocstok, to the agent of this work ITuxtsville. Oct 20, 1853, Mt Dear Sir: I thank you for your work enti tled 'jTUtory of the Negro Race, and Bible Defence of Slavery. So far as I havo Dad timo or oppor tunity to examine the work, I am greatly pleased with it; and think it calculated to do ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Nashville union and American. — 26 January 1854

' rl.iif.in ; nn - I' i.' to -s.' . . t H s- - a: fc. t !.! yitn v - I - -. -if li' ... 4 MISCELLANEOUS. D" ISSO J.UTION .-TIIK CO.. u A'jJiteHlP heretotore existing nuuer tlic name and style of LaNDE, ELSBACH A CO., w?is tills day dissolved by mu tual consent, by the withdrawn! ofil. Llsbiii. The, busi . ness will t)3 continued ia future by tbe :emaining panieis, sunder thestjle ot LANDfc, A El.aCH,who wi.i liquidate all liabilities cUbc old firm. A. . AN OK, II. LSBACII, Nashville. Jan. i, 185L D LSUAC1L P. 6. All perauns. indebted lo tbe lale fir ji are i equest- ec to call and nuke immediat f pat uient to -. - ,b AM)K it F.LSB Vtll, Xos. 48 an. I .0 Market bL .ARD.-THANKFIJI. TO SL FRIENDS ' ,? and lie public tor the liberal patronage heretofore be- Stowed iScTthe late firm, Irespectlully solicit the same for "tuV'successors in business. jant II. ELSBACH. :" YSTTi RFSPECTFUI.LYirilonnouTlnendsandlhe V - liublic that wo have now on hand a large andell wurted stock of Fur, Silk an...

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