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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 January 1850

filacksotzlbittg. To people all, of every trade, -who want good things k>f iron made—by one sworn not to •• tike a drop"-know ye that I have taken the chop nearhand the steam-mill, in Montrose, where, through this twelve mouth, I propose to act the Blacksmith —you kr.ow I car. as well as anv other man. And despibj ihem all, Fll.go before em, in fbar.;, - prices ad valorem, la Blacksmith work some people think no smith can e,-,:al JABEZ FRINK. ' BHss Biackman's Class in Music. TUK first term of the present year will com mence on the 14th inst. Terms for instructions on ^thc Piano-for te as heretofore. She will give u thorough course of Singing Lessons to a class of 6 pupils for $21 per term of 12 weeks—(wo lessons iper week, one honr each, to tho class collectively. Her plan of instruction will embrace a complete mastery of the Intervals of alT the Major and Minor Keys, independent of a musjeal instrument ; to be followed by Cooke's excellent Solfeggi Exercifcs. TSncojnrng...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 January 1850

' MQ0*1™*11*w^ of the night,! ttS ^ J^a?. Pa««ns JuKewirork market, can mtehe> forat 1&& two do^rs less than tlie «arne &yh> ve ^eoipnered injthbmarket. Pnrclul pra niayibe sure that nonefe No. 1 • Iettef A, are jJoWh ^ fbr, we ^ud 'tis b^t;such can hi safiily PatcntXover |>ratch'es, gojdrfrom' 840,0o'it6'$0ff% Detached LeVer, gold.'from . 85;OoV 45,u0 Pvli„ i Z% ™,' ^^ " 16,00 W '20,00 i^ylmdeif Escapement, gold, from .28,00 W 85^00 !,„,.,« !, silver, yfrom 12,00 ito 15,00 o.»T., ,9uarVer ^.. rrPM 6.oo w1 s'so Uold Pens and Pencils from £1,^5 to *8,fl0, Gold Rings from S shillmgs to $3,50; Breast PhQ frorril shdlmg to 88;0O, silver beltlslides, gold, Mpel and gilt chains, gold Keys, slides, steel beads <St-clasps, suvor ware, music boxes, accordions,, and! n"thousand and one Kraps, which,! far want of robn.!, we must oiriit to mention here.i So, walk in,|ye lovers ot good bargains, and if we| liave not the "exact article for i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 January 1850

I JiA i if.UK,. jBoots and Shoes kept- as usual bv ¦ M-J the subscriber. i B. SAYRE * SALT (whoidsalelor retail) hcptTjTth^teorT ***-'¦ ¦ B SAYRE. CASH paid -for Beef Hides, Veal Skins, ShceTi Pelt^Woo|i,Ac, by ;B. SAYRE. I C) CENTS cash paid for good House Ashes and Xw 14 cento in Goods, delivered at his Asiiery, bv Oct-24.- ' ;" RSAYRK." Buffalo Bobcs Fiirs, Caps, *c. A StJPERTQRjjssortment of Blick and Fancy Muffs, Boas and Yfctorinea, Silk Plush, Cloth, Fur and HairCaps,iof Nev.'styles, Nap-rlcd and Calrfornia -'Wool Hats, and a splendid lot of No-1 and 2 BuftMo Rpbes just received and will'te sold at very,lotv prices by H. BURRITT. ' NwMilford, Nov.J8, 1849. ^i 5£i I i ; ' I BToticc , ]¦. ' TS hereby giMn,:tliataU;persona are cairtt&ncd J- against purchasing a note given to JohiiMoore ""¦tortjid^uirs^datod the Silth of June, anOWable the first of tJanuary, 1850. ¦ Whereas irSave never recevyed any value therefor, Lam dbte&ndji not to pfcysit UnJess,compell...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 January 1850

I " ''^''iT-'^ls^w^b^dir^"?5 -^^ r •?vr ^rl>:''[:';B;ABEL^TTJRRraiL;iiS;,^«M>5P.i; ? ".^HW?* «a..FauraubliWMre^iurilyloi ...,.>G?«S (fMwacinfe nearly?-irjerr thing wanted ,u» this markig whii;!, ^U be'spillatfcmdiWM m^l^f*.9^^ii'\^ T:^i^Mxfim^ 'classca-flV-pirtai*follows: r :f'n;>! ;:-'*a>S;.s^rS=fi ;^ra^>l<UiaR&vChcmfo^ Stuff?, Grocfcrie3'il>ry;:Go<>d8fcjBardwa^^^^^ IV are, GlissjWarcf^Clocks.^" afcliesj^^ JcwelrW^Sili ,ver Spoons. Bpeetacles; MiisicaJ Jnstr"umen!S,i2ii"q'i' iters. Pcrfunjei-y, Mirror3,Statio'u'eiw3rbHes;Slioe> Yankee No«ons^^tv-> v^wf* -- ¦¦;... -^ ut\ \ Thankful for tlie liberal patronage :an'd substan* bal encouragfcmoiitjhitlierto received,;J hopetoTiicrt it niid reeeis* a contin.uauce.cf. the: same.; ,C..,'-:i-.} A few of klie. articles kept~for sale arer named Ibolow.;' ¦ -'• I ¦¦ ¦ - - :-:. ! "•-¦- u*:: ¦ .-.-.y ;#.'; Groccrtfs.y.A. good variety of S'umirai;'fine'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 January 1850

B§f:~\ -' "- *rf ^mmf^^^W u this phceye«terd«T rnoriim g Mrs] Ass Wiatfts ^.jwife of Mj- J61ui'P;^arner;M80yjeim!iP i^^^Ns^^tiat^teiSJgAr ^^^pifw it^^^^Bf^^S?^ ^^^^-^f^^Kti ' Wi Srior lMJli* ^ : •!' '- -1 } ^-?+'« ¦f?i?*r.^0%g*<Wh ^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 January 1850

- Book«! llddks! B«W»iUr .,..,.; ; ?I?AMILYS :hdol!and Pbcket Bibles] fcstanien# JC"••lSdiider, iis"^,44^«n4^4thv•^j^e^:&' ny' deVsVCoob' sj Mr-Toi^jS^li^^ii^'^i^to^ cat Readers; Kirkhnms/1 Jlrbwii's"arjd^BBliicSS Gtantmar^'Re libitB' History,? Yrm^Lfm^'Class " Reader, ilistor f. United States, Coms^Vraierafe MwseV «diPi 'te/rGe^j^^-c^bV^RWle^^ ^ Chnr^Jsalmi d^t,,TbeP^liBisfcjrnj^0- Hyip^l tmSy Reckon #l3b>isu^iAlma^ T^firw-*'^?rtwi<?« 8d^?*^rJelyWWi^^V aH m^^iOt 8i#A^bc£^m&& ^a^or; ^¦^^ K i^^m^^mm^sm^ ;; N;-a¥-p»-l la^^b<»^^Ba^^^ille^ ^ &^w®&&&m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 January 1850

n,3?, i*;i>ie«»4i^«i r jwir# "a " vj - si ¦ i i ¦,wt< ii' ¦ ¦ '*-?"Siifc- *'* •*" —1.~•¦¦'JiBjl^aTW^inWIiJiJl j jHHjwSn3BMB|&r fcC^ ^Scn^S^B^^^SS^Ss sJfe-VR ci||htdf itt^d»1a^ne^r|^€ p£^ also at Uie Biftglianititi.GreiU-Bfei «BdLin« % P.9i ^^Wi^mmmSSm day; of e«eh; we^|^^bitiiraiv«)tKSiiw thisugl out tfiCiiEeasoni^ afefe^f'attenttSof ^-ir^iu ^%,^er\td^^em1rp^Mar^aii they'll ivojuailc* anange'r^is-lftth^expa^ '^csm\nt" ''WhV'wiU^em!!it»MttM^i^Bii^j^ ¦ same, n adretutn tuepT*^e^- 'nf BankabfeJfti at eitii r of the above Pepdts,toi|^&Ui^ringi sons';— At the store of F*: ;R(iyiii6rd; ( weira; the^toi ehpuse,.ofid4ii Bto^^i^aint fp?W qfficb o Jai'GrffiryGrea>' jieW#aria^ thelt of Ei'B. nson.L^u^boro^^i^r ;iMS ' >nft& '{¦< ¦ ¦ '¦¦ <- 'H^iMimsi^0mim^ i^4 i%& -; i^i^msMwseaK^t^ ; owe, f t:Juiy.^iw»;^'^r^^l^ftf ¦ ' ^am^MmiMy-itio^^fiJB m :ui'n^sb sroV"-: "H'-,"^'a--,-''^'*il#^«4te.iv^i!S^j Capt jx- Jawis Sisk wiU sti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 January 1850

j^tn" -«'»^ ¦{ K"o iii i¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ' iSSiiiiKia^pofife.^i.- -:«« -' —', :- --v'-> "jm --*_r "¦i --«- "' " gfo#i|rM^ta^ gfe^,^*opea, findnighIg;rEtafa^ $B^P&^$ .ign&$etejtohfed by afeiw l^fv^fl^pioftK?<#taWe Kihgdoni |p§-f|W.ij»#4ftM w&thy andcpn^- ^^^otxjnjbis happy recovery, The ir-PMW'ie'dinMt Were on * scale of ^fflfr^™i«Pfft!>. gulste^nciuaed ijll. M3S?<»|«1 vMelables., The invifiitronsiacl Sf;*S?***W °y «> effijaiiit corps of scar-^nta^ ind. the Onion;ocWpied the chair. f^^m^mit^is Jus ;ri|ht by the head Wpwm at the other end of the taoleand | fl**ediittshis usual manner. ,The Po-. ^^^fcw^wt^pf his bed, was lopkino-! M^^|^^dlworehi|iackettheTfl b> ^Ppn^^Markhis recent illness,; eieept ram A^jittuj" apparent b)ackness^,arounld Bwi. v i^Sr-.:-£l$9? ^©jloth was remofe|w«f^i0ri' jj()Vup to'projpbso as a toast, 3pP^t^o,theif much respected guest"- W ^ jtP^^^',.' Se, the On\on hallogp0b Potato from infancy; and, tho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 January 1850

MONTROSE BUSINESS DIRECTORY. J. -D. i>I3!OCK-|r^«oni«y at: Laic—office removed to front R<)om of his residence, two doors east of his forrner location, in Turnpike street, third building from corner of Public Avenue, and nearly opposite" M.'S. Wilsou's Store. June, 1849. ' * " A. BALDrVEf-r-Saddle," Harness, Carpet-Bag and Trunk Manufacturer, and Carriage Trimmer, Shpp, oh Turnpike street, opposite L Iu Post <t Go's.. . , - C.ITi. SIJOI03VS—Fashionable Boot and Shoe maker, over A. Baldwin's Harness'shop, Tcmpike street |;. ~ ECOS£ & SE3ti»sb»—Dealers, in' Stoves, Stove trimming^ Tin, Sheet Iron ano*. Copper Ware,.flry-Qoods, Groceries, .fce. Public A venue. EI.0BSD ikMEWCO]!IIB^B.eaWm Hats, Crips,;an(! Furs; opposite the "Democrat Printing office, foot Pubbc Avenue.! JOHT? GROVES—^Fashionable Tailor-, over Geo.; Fuller's! Book Storei where he does work in a style^hltogether unsurpassed. PETEB gTEVESS—Cabinet and Chair Maket4 foot of Publie^venue. ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 January 1850

Uruted States Wholesale Cloth-T- Jr^^m&FOBip; !^os.^iW,jl^and XM '.2S8KaARL: SiaEtt, {Betveen FiMim-sl and gttffipg' Slipj.N&W rOJiATbave on baria the J^^a^tmentbfP^awoiathe United States, adaiteii to alliiiarkcts!!. In the article of Shirts ariojDrawers, we keep an endless .variety. .Al^q, theiinost, extensive- manufacturers of 0". Clothing anil {Covered i Hata in the world. Plain and Fashionable Clothing, of all lands. . ... r- . • •!"' -. Cataloguesofstockscntby.mail Orderspromptly^uUcdT:: ..-. IJiWlaiHANFORD, 29-^m Nos. 252", 254, 25G,,aiK» rf? Pearly N. Y. j New Arrangement. ei JJALDWIN would tender thanks to his j» friends for past ifovoFs, and would inform theni that he has sold Out the Saloon, Eating and Drinking department, and trusts,the business will be kept up in good atyle.nuJ that he 1ms taken the other room on the east side, uext. to M. 8. Wilson's store, where he lias opened a front Sljop for his Baking and Candy hikiuess, wholesale and retJul Mon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 January 1850

A p^cjrypnit^ r, "¦¦-¦*- ^¦FkAeSTI^^^^IB'j^mS^I^^^^^^^^^H^^^I' ' 't"- v^ iiy65riBH^5PW8B^^B9& :., -. ¦ Bttm^Montrose and <?WSf Behd. ' *'; ' 'FOUR horse stage.couch wfll leave Searle'a . Hotel iri Montrose for -Great Bend twice every day, (Sundays excepted) viz :j at So'clock A.M. arriving at GSjeatBendsn time- for 'the day .train of cars going east and the .night1, train .from' New-York going west, and at 3.P. Mi arriving in time for,the night, train going east and the day.train from NcwrYork going Avest, j Returnihg, Io)ive Great Bend [ on the arrival of catitoinofijaWfrom'Now Yoiik. ! Careful'and accomraodating drivers and first rate teams are employed, on tins route-i-aha the proprietors pledge themselves; to; use kvery exertion to make their Un^lpIeasaritKiid expeditious. For seat* npplyimtSearle 's Hotel, in Montrose. J29 •=-. ^t^q-<-;V-Jti-':-TEUESDBliI,-& CO. 17. T. & & Railroad Freight Line. Stephens and Thompson's Fenetyrdi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 January 1850

is -' !'-1^^Rjia^tnr«j ca^k*^^^' . ": ¦. : flarMpaiili r«r site, faibe diffi «nv.-«?«™» «*«[ Jj ^i Town*W'«'8»n.r^lUt~ k'i--.i JrnthW wlkr ORJG1. NAL, GE2>"UlNE,VndaII IjMt. Tl i= TmbBcnil fmadoctar , ¦ndmredwasy'buiWas loranrlx'i 'workeron r«ltro»<b,c». ! n»b,oiMllt»lik(!—jet bwuMimw heUUo.utOofHi TT1"' ** E ttrpose of wifelnf creditfbrvMi lie Isnbt lliray* "lie ira *ucnaWt« hiedwal «ctiobU, ind prKti&cd; (or flrtitai I je«r»!!M Kow-ihatroth,!*, h<M» orpi-Jcaced.mcdicin«» ; a»y iri hii-Hft!'"Such'Vitful, j* fcfarf.rcimpresemtlfott lookntjaUio ihechar(KWr«nd,vor« Ziy vr.lliiinip. I J"»> most unnrelyJhe bid novor mirtf :lio>e uuieincnwof him-•elforbfm*. iWhoi win men loiiri to b* honcstwidtrBUH . ful in, ulthsir uiealingi and: intcrc rarn.iwiib-dieir, fellow. ' mm!; Be tppjiwl W oadRiuitCli pplo»?sijlfiimlnDitnf ' nfactftiog lii^]niliiure,;it»i*g ih i- Urge-'itimsIhe wastt make.fn on indacemeol lo embarl latl^tuaueit.. Th«e ; men hnrfi-bte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 January 1850

\: ^Y'^^^^m^^^^r Road tM^Colta carefniiy. ^BSs^fis^gfcjito ^^^^ ^^^^^^mms lo^»hlr^1p^c^lto*^«^f« , i***gmM&&*fa^&g3gte fcraMrir mm bT, lWI&4J>rl<'«oni-«J ^A?rJt£^ ^OIinWErlT^BAI^vTOMWUlv^r^piraHPJ >»d.Fi»^eie»-«*;^liakW «hin Pla^S2a,.^JrW VTlWIsPaWIt; i^r^u*>aen>r TllOUtawP.JX* e» we »s»l«rstaM » p>y Wo «evrn don«rs'pet\2i ¦fort^w^. 'of ad.Jsajasi 'JTk^ i(««ad )ib^la»Ml^rwi b7e fota»Uk«Mw. wwid , netki'. l»^»*4:ftt«»J*»telBe«;a^' »tlBitt diWtiea ialo market. !l>iUb4pt*Me,'d«cWe, ttpo« "J^ eoUrli or !^^^:m^mu;§t% "^f* ;^ Ui'-'J wsaaWBWHB^^^^^^^^^^^^^ BBBi ¦' -. '^'*iii^»kife^!ii^«^^*»!ii .' ... ;M^M0mwWmyi^mA-.-. 'JTlie iwia>: e» irai^(o»HrB\ JJeinis to «b« ;.rVorlil t rtts Kxlraet i* pminpin^iumh B>lif«>.r/u.aixL„l ' ' C*ir«rtr, fitiasawlo-.ailrfieerr.alu' s»7i«ri»r It - . -'-; a^ MlaL ./lurwaritlktif vaaw'iia,., [ ;- ~-f;.-;'.-;T lefiTfj^tfa.Pefislifcl - I • Tkevfrut bitiaty ud...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 31 January 1850

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

a ;$he jmm. Fprthe SoBqaehamMi Regitter. £T 040X011 U FJIIfS* ft teB sc, grey-haM bemit, why tboo dwellost Itere aIoi|e, Thy {bod tl>« roots and berries wild, thy conch tho cold, hard, (tone. ; Oft when IVe led toy little flock along yon upland glade, ¦ !. | GUd as the silvery-singing Wrds that 'mong the' green leaves played, \ Tit blue smoke curling round the cliff and upward to the sky, Prom thy fir fire, upon the rock baa caught my wandjuigeye. And as I thtfoght upon thy life, eq. lone, ao deso late, • My heart was fflle'd with pity for thy melancholy Jate. When, yestereve, returning horns amid'the dnvuig storm, ' ' 4 I spied, one moment, on the cliff thy tempest-beaten form, Then heard, amid the whistling shrill of fierce wnJds through the pine, " Om louder wail, aad trembled when I thought perchance 'twas thine,— I roved if I bat lived to see another morning come, Id Melt thee in thy mountain-rave and offer thee a home. Then g? with me sod thou shalt dwell with...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

Tie Power of Music ~swgt or dot metrdpolittarrea.ders nave noticed at the shop windows the admirable lithograph draikn from llounl's celebratedpicture bearing the above titie. The ioterror of a barn is disclosed through an open door. A young country fellow is seated on a stop!, playing o'u a violin. Anold man is listening, tested aleo, with his hands clasped onkjs knees. Another listener is n young man in the prime of life, klso absorbed in the music. The tliircj auditor is an. hnmblc negro rnnn. -who stands, bit-in hand, outride the bam, completely entranced in>thfe dulcet sound* of the violin. The old man ;is looking ba^k info the past—the ynurtg man is dreaming of the - future—the negro thinks only of the present. It is. an exquisite po. fetieal conception, and most happily fllnft rates the pbweV of music and'the variety of its eSects on individuals. Soma years ago a. young port rait paint er of New ; York, disjrusted with his- want of success and skill, |left the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

the mic ntkm &scagoiea : Or, the Cmmnja Girl of MobUa. We eopy from an elegani papcr,;fejicit6usly,calt ed "TheBow.olE.Oupid.'.VOT * *3&HnaX:pf.Love, Laughter, Fashion and th'e.Fair,? andlissniagfroi^ " Cupid's Realm," which i^as;. sta^5|fdr Ao.pcca; don, to give, additional zest to thcefitertainmenti It is edited by the " Ladi4s of the Jelegraph office,? at Mobile, and streams aver with choice gems of wit and humor. As a sample,of ita contents, we extract the following beautiful tale; Shall J tell you a story of real life, as romantic' and affecting as any in fiction i Well, listen. Ev-: ery citizen of Mobile is familiar with the sight of' the Indian rirls who are seen in our streets in the: winter. With their little bundles of light wood upon their backs, they mark the adfent of cold wea ther as regularly as the mocking, bird and the, cardinal chronicle the approacli.of spring., They peddle their small parcels of pine from door to door, and all are.faniilia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

k Nuisance. A novel mode of putting one downi has been adopted in the quiet and picturesque village of Derby, with complete success. For a considerable time, a number of illiterate young men assembled nt the principal entrance to the church, and amused themselves by making indecorotr* remarks on the person, dress, <fcc, of each female (irrespective of r-oeinl position) a** she entered the church. No female escaped their vulgar rudeness. One day a hun'ibill. of whjch tile following is a copy, was posted throughout the village' " Wanted, about twenty young men, of all sliapes and tiizca, from the tail dandy, with "hair enough on hi» upper works to stuff a' barber's, cushion, down to the little huhip-backed, freckled-faeed.Jjow-leggcd, carrotty-beaded upstart. The object5is to form a gaping corps, Io be m attendance at the church doors, on each Sabbath,, before the commencement of divine service, to stare at the females as they enter. auJ make delicate and gentlemanly rema...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

THE PARIES REBUKED >rjti»oQldSnxt6ut. "' " ^ I had taken a-placo on. the top of <jne qf flic coaches wlu'ch nih between Edinburgh and Glasgow, for the pt rpose of taking a short-tow In the in the EighlanUs of Scotland. As we rattled along Princes ^ St, I h; d Jeisure to.survey my felltjw travellers. Jmmet iafely opposite to me eet two dan? dies of the first orScr, dressed in-white great-coats and BeWierhahrferchiefs, and each with a cighr. in his month. Whir;h he puffed away with a marvellous complaijenpy. Beside; me sat ajmodast and comely young i roinaii in a widow's dress, with an infant about nit s <noiiths old in her arms. The appearance of the youthful mourner and her baby.intlicatcd that tht y Jiclpn^ed to the lower class of society r-and alt ioi%h: tho "dandies occasionally cast a rude glanca a the motberftb» look'of calm and isettled sorrow, vhich she invariably at such times, cast upon her (hi|d, seemed to touch even them, and to disarm tlleir co...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 7 February 1850

the T-4--:..-! Plate-Eatingf'-¦i'-,4 •;'-' M ' ; T^esditoi^of Providence Transcript, disebnri- W\ iiigiof'piimrikSri pieSJitells thefoiroWingerlAftW *»'• «*ie^ ;.'U ' -~r -.\:-^r'.r\ ¦ \m , <^(There w^s i case of actual.pkti catulte, some ml ¦ three-score yea^.,ago, not farfrom Uiis.tqWD,.dnr" ' &{' lingtliepunipkfnpiejseasoii'."' fhecqoimbifiutemaT Sis for baking wfo ihfe «id eartlien pin, hs btfe^asV we dinrier'plate; bht deeper. A* ovoij full U pie*. -%' A witfyafltout fcrultiof wheat aodrye, IbeinJtbaked, .-- t'i -theyj were,takenjfrom.the pans ^ which weril.ifillea tt 2 agdljTfor another h.Uch, and soon as Iong|i<''tfie ' . fl a pastry^asWdj atid "the piesi were suffered" to he ni r f the fans at-the last baking. ¦ At-the houseljof Mr. % ^ we don't rdcoI!ect1his surname, but otherwise "ft he:w^calledyo)Jn--^pi«ihadb^=Sfir*edo«fc'from | * a baking at repeAted.ineals,.wJBerejthcyJiadltfirst | \ .beenilakpii frdpilhc earthen rJaies, whep oi|beye- J ning...

Publication Title: Susquehanna Register
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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