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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

The Best Yet. I An old Gentleman (who attended more to leeching his so'i the method of accumulating riches than knowledge) lived sometime since in one *f the Eastern States. From application anil industry, he had ammassed a property of about twenty thousand dolla(s>. Although not able lo real and write, he never had a clerk"but had altrays been is tbfl liabit of keeping his^iytrtoo ks. He liad ihienied sume new character* for ihe purpose of conveying his kferflo-htmsell and others; they wete fqrmer} -«* (tfe^Vl.y si n--ilar to the article sold as the circumstances would admit. One day a customer of his Railed for the pilrpote of settling his-account th« hieroglyphies were handed down, and our merchant commenced with— ' such a time you had a gallon of rum and a pound of lea; such a time a gallon of molasses, and Buch a time a chees.' 'Stop here,' said the customer, 'I never had achees." You cercertainlj' must hare had k, said the merchant,'it is down in my book.' The oth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

Double Oi'tilled Rascnlilv. One of the boldest, most artfully conlnved and foi the time successful combinations to rob, through the agenry of the law, has recently been delected in Philadelphia. A man named Von Vliel was convi.-ted tlit>re, at the last term of ihe General Sessions, of stealing 470 sovereigns from a Mrs. Hoffmeister, who swore that he came tn bet- house to buy an o'd watch — was Jeft aloie for a few minutes in a room where th« sovereigns were in a bureau, I and that immediately after his departure' she discoveied that they were ^one also.' Her evidence was confirmed by that of one I Moore, who 3aid he was a clerk to Von I Vliet at <he time, at>d swore that on tho I day mentioned by Mrs: H. Von Vliet showed liim a bag .containing 470 sovereigns. On this and some corroborating evidences Von Vliet was convicted. But, it now turns out that the story of the rob- bery wa? trumped up by Moore and the1 woman, to obtain the sovereigns which ; actu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

LATE PUBLICATIONS. MEMOIRS of the late Rev. Charles Jfisbet, DJD.. late President of Dickinson College, Carlisle, by Sam'l Miller. D. D., J2mo. witft a handsome portrait. COMFORT /JV J)FPLICTWJf—A serifs of meditations, by James Buchanan, D. D., fli»h Churcli, Edinburgh, first American, from the 9in Edinb urgh edition' SPIRITUAL BOJfF.Y from Nati-rai. Hives; or meditations and olwprv.-^ions on the natural history and itabits of Bees, firat introduced to public notice in 1667, by Samuel Purchas, A. M.,London ed. IS mo Ji TRIBUTE OF PJREJfTJL JFFECTIOJV by Charles Suram, A.M. DECJlPOZIS-or the individual obligation of Christians to ?ave souls from death; an Essay- by liqvid E. Ford—fourth American, from the sixth London edition SORROfrrjVO YET RE JO re WO—at narratlveof recent successive bereavements in a minister's family CBJRLIE SEYMOUR—or Hie Good Aaal and the Bad Annlj hy Mh?s Catherine Sinclair.3d ed. 18 mo LIVE WHILE YOU LIFE—containing Life a Pit grimace, Life a Race, Life a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

British Hypocrisy—The N. Y. Jonrnal ofCom merce, mentions a facl which shows up the hypoc rii>y of British philanthropists. It is a sore specimen of the duplicity which characterises tlie riat ' un that glories in the cognomen of "1'Jie Bui wark of Religion." When slaves are captured by lha English ciui. sers, saya that paper, instead of being restored to their own c >untry, families on<l friends, they are shipped off to the British Colunies, there to be employed as laborers. Upwards of 3000 have recently been shipped from the rendezvous sat St. Helena,—notone of them to the couniries from which they came, but to Dcmerara, Berbitc, Jamaica, Trinidad, and ihe (" ape of Good Hqpe.— Coba is by far the most healthy and invitingcountry to live in, and whether it would not be belter to be a slave in that island, rather than half a slave in some British charnel-house, ia a ques tion concerning which there mig ht be different opLniona.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

From the. Baltimore Sun. Rhode Island Convention. The convention tn form a constitution met at Newport on Tuesdiy, and was organized by the election of James Fenner as president, Henry Y. Cranston, vice president,and Thos. A, Jenckes and Walter W. Updike, as secretaries. A petition against the return of the i?elegates from New Shoreliam was present led. on the ground of illegal proceedings at the election. It was leferted to a spe cial committee. The bill of rights was llien taken up for discussion, as part of the constitution."' Mr. Ennis, from Newport, proposed- as an amendment that the third article of the 'people's constitution' be adopted as the firat of the new one — [declaring -he princip le that, the people h-ive a right to change their government as they choose] and in debate on inn opposition the whole of the sitting was ci.nsum'd.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

-* f\r\ DOLLARS REH'JlltD.-W;<3 slolp.i . from -l_vJvF the s.il>sr;i inyr, iii from uf ^iewart'< Hul"l, in Mercer, Pa., (wIiiIh i lie stage was chaiigin^j on the ni: :lil of the loth ull , a Valise, containing many papers valuable to myself only. A descriptiun of tlie following papers only is recollected, viz.- • . Two cancelted due hills of IVm. G. A lexander: one ol $1000- the other Cor S'?00. J. Cooper's nole lo rnv order for 3150; an acceptance of Drips and Ferguson ol $4 900. and another of S500, A Judgment Bond against Dr Barlow (of New Castle, Po.) of $X50. A note of John Gilchrisl for §50P; another ofG. VV. M oorhead for $75. Dales of none of the above papers recollected. A deed and oilier papers in relat ion to property bor.shliby me from JosImi.i Lo»an of New C.nslle. l*a. A number of letters addressed to me by Engineers and Canal Commissioners,and a large number ol Bills, Receipts, Comrade, $c, and all papeis Ihat t had relative lotliB Erie Extensio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

The Prize Fight.—VVe are "ratified to learn thai one of the parties immediately concerned in the disgraceful outrage in Weilchester county, has been arrested, brought to the oily and safely locked up. But how does it happen that the bth ers are not arrested also ? Men of this class have not the same facilities ot escaping from justice a? forgers, cotnterteiters and swindlers, who always keep an abundance of contingent friends in their purses Lilly and his friends cannol cross the Atlantic like gfntleinen, nor secrete themso ' ves here from the lycx eyes of our police. But ihere is one thing wanting. Police officers will nol work for nothing-, any more than other men.— McCluskey was arrested indeed, but it waa by accident. Let a suitable reward l>e offered for the apprehension of these men, and our word for it, they will be ferreted not. Juttice and decency require that they should be made an exarrpie of; and when this is done, we may hope that prize fighting will not be aga...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

Maine Election. Balow will be fouud returns fr:>m 186 , towns, in which Mr. Fail field's majority ' over the whig candidate is 8,138, and HIS iGAlN SINCE LAST YFAR TWO I THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED AND j TWENTY-TWO! Fairfieid's majority over Kejnt, at the last election was 10,565; his majority over Robinson, this year, will be about FIFTEEN THOUSAND! So far as heard from, nineteen Democratic | Senators have been elected, and one whig. ! Indeed it is doubtful whether the whigs i have elected their Senators in Kennebec 1 county. Their majority in that county, ! last year, was 1,385, and in the towns \ heard from they have lost 1,062 votes.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

~ tot the Morning foe*.*? | DeoHaation. j . I The kiadereigned, having nndajjptoo? that be >jra8 nosalBated as a candidate fair 1the oflScja" of Recorder, by the wtrtkingl meD'a Party, respectfully begs leave p de'cliiie the honor intended by that nomiaa tion. Hb belongs to the Democratic Pfirty, and |has, as yet, found no reason tp sevei the connection which he has maintained «rith that party, during the who^e course o{- bis political life. . [ ¦j JAMES WH.ITAKER. i ; Mifflini Townships Slept- 20, 1842, \. [Working Men's JourtwFwill please |copy>]

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

At a Democratic caucus held at Augusta, (,Maine) a resolution was passed declaring tliat the late Treaty wasnotauch a one an "is cons'slenl with the honor of the nation or the interests of this stale." \SyDo-wn with the Banks.—The Locos of Jefferson,-N. Y., have nominated f.>r Congre>s, Orvillo Hungerford. President of the Jefferson County Bank.—Herald. If this be true we hope that "the Locos of Jefferson, N. Y." may be defeated. ;3"The pear trees at Charleston, S C , are in second bloom this year, and full of ripe fruit, at the same lime.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

Does our neighbor of the Gezette consider it consistent witb his professions of religion to bear "false witness against bis neighbor1 ?" In his paper ' of Tuesday evening he calls the Morning Post an "anti-Tariff paper;" we ask him to point to the articles that indicate the Post to be an '•anti-tariff organ," or admit—what is the fact—that from a motive of base envy, he has misrepresented the principles of our paper.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

Vermont Election* '.. :JB? i'-: e Northern mail, la»i night, we received llio t-l. Albans papers, from which we learn ' that jw-o democrat* and ona whig- are elected lo th Senate in Franklin toonty There will ihereTnrr (te a u;lii £ majority of (wo in thai body. Last year tba whig majority was *en. Seven raoti detnneratic votes In 'Frank I' m county wou'd hav. isado « no in the Senate, as (he whig was deceit hy oa'v six majority. < The Hotwe will stand a? Iies jsirenrty been, «J«t«i-«»aij<>ut 103 democrats to 128 whig". lj»«tyetir tbe »i»g inaj.iritv in v'n f JoucC' .van 5P> Den.ocroljc yiin nn jiiiDt ballrv. , nisii "il»e Vat "auction, Tl?IIjtTTY -TrlRfiP VO'!£5{.$bia i»-whatthe A|J»b wlk » whig •ICtClVJ , , -;-. ¦ .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

; For the Morning Post.' Declination- ' | Having understood that I waa nominated by the lajie Workingmen's Convention, fbr the] Legislature, I beg leave to decline tlb honor intended me, as my private businJBs would prevent me attending to tbe duties of the office, if elected. ; JOHN H. M'lLHINNY, i Sept. 10, 1842. Jeffu. Township.; Workingman's Jonrnal please copy, i -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

The chef d'aeuvre of Ihe Whig Convention —The Transcript informs us that the most "(e ling and felicitous speech of the evening se-sion was that made by Mr Chapman, of Uxbridge—quite a young man, whose profession is business and frade fn order to give the convention an idea of his opinion of President John Tyler, ho toiii a story. A man g-ot into a quarrel with a chaj> bv the name of Joe Smith—noLthe Mormon Prophet, we presume—and in the fury of chocking1 rig-e, belabored him with his 'unruly member' thus; You c-o-n-4-e-m-p tible—you ?o-o d for noUh'intr y-o-u Joe Smith. And that is all, added Mr C, I will Rav of John T\ ler."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

B33 The crops in Iowa are abundant. CKy -One of the editors of the "Picket Guard,'1 a new daily paper in St. Louis, was assaulted in his own office, for an article that appeared in his paper. D3°The Mound City of . live 10th says- 'Ma eie.nrs Shicgo-nickaw, Nar-hka ke-lsaw, and Hakh-r-nic kaw, occupied a private box at the Theatre last evening.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

DR. J. WESTO?PS rttuH>* Thny are remarkably trooil I""] male Complaints, cases of Oosi'™^' j Stomacli, I!ead-Aeli« and Dl2*l|>e!*l. |Jj Tlie valualile properties of Hie* ''J head and stomach from tlie ft1"1 W \A violent pain in the htad amlf""" .1 -! hiShfy recommemfed. pariicolsriy •• J lent cold ha3 sMtlpd In the bn*<a J through tne face and teeib. 'h ey n^J tier in the most violent cares, even j tooth.drawlns liave lieen tried '" J* £ ffentle imrjre ana will not prevent " tending to husinpss. , ri gn For silent John Thpmp«o" » « •H* ct, nqxt <toor lo the "TrireeBiS^J

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

D EDIC.ITIO.Y.-Tne ac' c,^ ni.-ur.-v>tle, Indiana couib,, ,,sjg Ihe honor of Minijhty God, amin lt,,3| ?l. Simon and Jim,. , on Sundav, ii«jM| ntst. l.y thp. very licv. J5od. 0; r.». ^ Imrsli; lIi3 di-dieation serm.- iu l,t, „ r ' JX D.-.-l lor/I. §B Setvice to commence ai ;o "V!yi..W linn will he paid t0 the nc-uiiuunJi ' sfH lile strtiiK'ers who niny desire to wm^fiB ceremonies. WILLIAM XsMk das'iki. v. sJn ./off-v-wurtS .ioiws n-j nimi GKORUK .W/ r .jg| fep 22 -d'.vlt fl>,:«|i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

{£* f ~The New O;leans papers deny that the Yellow Fever exists there as an epidemic. ETFiflysix officers have been kiiied in the Florida War. fc^-The Exprers says that Philadelphia is fil. Jed with cripples.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Morning Post — 22 September 1842

Dedication. The new Catholic Church at BUirsvill«, as will bo seen by reference to an advertisement in our piper this morning, is .to be dedicated on Sunday, 2d of October, by the very Rev. Dr. O'Connor, of this city. The dedication sermon will be delivered br Mr. Hay den of Bedford.

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