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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 October 1842

OWE f OM VIMA MltOClSAT. . jaaaMaEsa" ... rTrn L " 1 1 1 1 sssss . - 1 - - - ' ' 1 'r. I have sworn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny dver the Mind of Man." Thomas Jefferson PRINTED AND PUBLISHED B! if. WEBB, Vlttmc VI. 92" BtOOMSBTJRG, COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1842. t Number 35. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT Opposite St. Patjl' Cliuncii, Main-3X TERMS ! The COLUMBIA DEMd CRA T will be published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLJ1UH per annum, payaoic . i . T rl' . 71 halt vearill tn aavuncc, ur wv ajuhuio ty vents ir noi yum , Nosubseriptionwill betaken for ?rer .period than six, montis; nor any uiscon, nf rmUteiL until all arrearages ire discharged. AD VERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square wiu ue cujmjiivuuumy hci. ui 1 One Dollar for the first three insertions, . ttn ,...-,,.,.. V,7..::Vv "" ouenf nserton. HCT" toerai discount made to those who advertise by, the year, LETTERS addressed on business, must , be post paid, from tho Georgia '...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 October 1842

Late Vroji Mexico trqU the NeW r&BANfe Crescknt of September 27 i . . . i "i J i iLii" no sieamsnip mcuway arrivou ai hid - .1- l-.l. - ' JG."SGursnn, Eq,UeareMJP despatches rom won. uauuv inomnson, mir -Minis- r. ,.. fni . av, - i Mexico( came passenger in her. Cinihn flnvho IWcilwav lnft Vflin'OriH!. mm 1 1. n nnnnvnmanl nf (dn TTniln1 RlnlnB nd suite. nmnncwhom is Ihe eon o( the Emperor luubide, were to leave vera !wit i rt hnpilin ICIlrAnl tnr lnw uu 1 1 , til U WU.MMW MHfVIM w urn. 1 We have'oeforo us a letter from a friend D trio cuv oi Mexico, siauntr mai me oau .1 - n m m . . . I . . I I 1 nderstanding existing between the two II V e 1 IllllOllt&l III kfUUfltUUblii-U Wt ttlU g tone of Bocancgra, had been arranged the-satisfaction of Gen. Thotnosori, who, t thenrequest of tho President, held an in-. eryiQW. wim ium anno raiaee oi ine ia- aal Government. I me was euecled.the . . , . 1 it 1.. i L. 1 I . ssumed by en. 'Thompson on all occas- ons.. The Yucatan Navy to saf...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 October 1842

Lecled by .Ihfl 'bmocrsta, t.:Is : tatVe a H ..ilaM tni sr-innlm. ..tl'ta' mnpn limn conscrvauo in probablei therefote, that jhd next. Senate fviil stand : 20 demo. 12 whigej 1 con Then follows a list of countfes.irt which i,t elected 47 democrats and 23 whigs. The counties no; cmoraceu in wis nsi,, wero represented in the last session by 20 jemocfals 10 whigs. Allowing'somelhing for reverses,, therefore, wb liayfi'np doubt afJemocialic majority on joint ballot '-of from twonty to twenty hve i uiory eriougu fit this yeti' Tlio Philadelphia Saturday Chronicle hUnitcd States and Saturday Evening Pott, three valuisulo miscellaneous weekly papers have been united; and will hereafter bo published under tlio una ot "United statu Saturdau Post and Chronicle" I As the circulation of these throo papers is tomething like 100,000, tlio proprietors will be enabled to present one of tlio most valuable papers in the Union. The election now being over we shall now liavb more ioisure to attend to o...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 15 October 1842

Si- BY ELIZABETH M. CHANDLER. It was a beautiful turn given by agreat lady, who being asked where her husband was, w Hon he lay concealed for having been tleenlr concerned in a conspiracy, re solutely answered, rthal she had hidded him i his confession caused her to be carried before the jrove-nor, who told har that ought but confessing where she had hid den liilnVcoiild save her from the torture. And will that do?' said she. 'Yes,1 replied tho governor, 'I will pass mv word for your safety, on that condition.' 'Then, te plied he, I have' hidden him in my heart, where you may find him.' Stern faces were around her bent, And eyes of vengeful ire, And fearful were the words they spake, Of torture, stake, and fire. Yet calmly in.llie midst ehs stood, With eye undimmM and clear. Arid though, her lipand-cheek were white iJhc wore no sign of fear, Where is fhy traitor spouse! they said, A half-lrom'd smile of scour. That curl'd upon he haughty lip, Wan back for answer boms, Where is thy t...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 October 1842

NEMCB115 I nave sworn upon, the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over tUa Mlud or Man." ThomM Jefferson " v PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Ylurae "VI. BliOOBlSBUttG, COIilJMBlA PA. SATUIfcE&AY, OCTOBER 22, 1842, Wunibcr 90. Till? C!HTiTIlIHT I OmCE OF THE DEMOCRAT Orrosiiu St. Paul's CuunCH, Main-st 9? 3S 2S i The COLUMBIA DEIiiOCRA T will be published every Saturday morning, at ' TIVO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly vVadvance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. Ho. subscription will betaken for a shorter period than six months; nor any aiscon. tinuance permitted, until.all arrearages rre discharged. , AD, VEJi TISEME&TS not exceeding a I satf are. will be conspicuously inaerled.at une Jjouar jor. inc jirsi inree .insertions, and T&efitti-fiv'e cents for' 'ciei'i sXibse f 'tjuihtHistrtidn'.' -'A'iib'eral 'discount " wade to those who a'dvertise.by the 'year, LETTERS addressed on business, must , bejposf.paid. fyora...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 October 1842

OOnfasion of what tha irtABlrtcd Vint a. tinf. rid and distinct dream. 'sh wfin iimmrttii-rt before the tribunal', ossembledln .cWorroly to tho rules of tho'Order, to tiy and' con uummi m i uii-a,;iiuigu ui Jc sacrilegiously u.Driuiujr ur vyws.anu proianattng tne sane tity of iNe convent.' Faiigued by tho "exertions she had tinilcf gone, my narrator fell back upon her chair and itwas in a voice, almost indistinct. from i ib wcaKncss mat sne added. 'You guest her doom?' Perhaps, I suggested, Mho poor girl was confined to, a conforilces coll! . . A gtfshty smllo came" over the features of l,0t9ldJ.'.dy, a smile in. which there was Gomething'riorrible and painful to sec. She again ealfedl in her bhair.placed her'head on my shoulder, and approaching, her face ,,HiWBB, n08f.,u iow;ptiissmg wins per; which thrilled mo to tho heart, and trfado'rno shudder, 'she was built tip in the cariiy or a wan anu leit were to' did' Jionaparte's opinions of Christ- The following conveieation.islsai&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 October 1842

J, Q. Aclanxs.and Ilhocle island "tha editor.of the Naw. Bedford Rogfstorf m-ho-llclng the report that John Qulriuj Adams jiad volunteered Ills services to Messrs, Anthony nnd I'earco, Bays t 'On Wcdijee day wo conversed with" ihe, gentleman who called upon'Mr."Adamfin-,-TefattOrt to the Bubject,- and Hy-iiiiiiw.eare infamled It: IS true. Mr. Adains declared it as Ids' oplnt i lmt tho FciioU's Constitution Was framed and adppjed in accordance with the, first principles oftiut Instittftiona, -ttiat it'W tho cstaUished 'ConBtHiitioit of. Rhode. -Is-Ian, and.tljo supreme Jaw of the State, thai Thomas W. Door is the rightful and ;t yiriimntn wovornor of Rhode Island, and that tll6rOJS-.no escaping clOttonSi'" ftotu -these con' ' DREADFUL ACCIDENT. A dreadful accident lately occurred in Switzerland! Tho calastrnphy happened while M. Brossaid, Prefssur of Philosophy at tho College or Bourg, and his lady, and Madame De, La Flecheic, a friend, wnrfi making an excursion in an open earriage i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 22 October 1842

sDWaa ai-Jrst ass) jdife. , BT WILtU CUIAEN BYRANT. The things, eh Life! thou qnickeneat alt Vtiire upward toward the broad bright aky, Upwatd and outward, and they Tall Back to earth's bosom where they die. All tliat haveliorne the touch of Death; All that shall live, lie mingled there Beneath that vale of bloom and breath, That living xoao 'twist earth and air. There lies ray chumbsr dark and still; The atoms trampled by my feet There wait, to take the place I fill In the eweet air and sunshine sweet. ' r WelM'tare had my turnhave been Raised from tbe jarkness of the clod, And. for. a glorious moment seen - i . , The brightness of the skirts of God. n it And knew the light within my breast, ThoughrWavering oftentimes and dim, The power, the will that never rest And cannot die, were all from him. Dear child! I know that thou wilt grieve To see me taken from thy love Wilt seelrmy grave at Sabbath eve, And weep and scatter flowers above. Thy little heart shall soon bo' Healed, And be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 October 1842

roijuitit DEMOCRAT. vfb r: rvW6rn-nAliaf'6rdod7 etcma hostility to -every form of .Tyranny over tluTma r-ivti, D PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. T - H 9 BTOOMSByH COLUMBIA COUNTY, PA, -SATtfiAY, 29, 1842. J iYuiiibcr 37 rr FHl .'. i tu .j . i . - - - . if . JJLlUULKAl OPPOSITE ST. IJAtJlfl - wiuncu, Main-bt . TE MS ! THyOJ,UMBM nEMOtiliJITwitlbe. ttSSSf Arfyairiy m artwicc -or Two Boilarl JMtu Cfen, iAio paid within the near No-subscription Will betakr.n. fnr W,nr.r jjfrarf m six months nor any discon. ......... y,.,, K.HCU, a arrearages ...j,... One Dollar for the first thrte ,1 .iZ 'Pninn,.r, a. , -ffHent nserhon. ryji liberal 'rfhrmmt watfe o Mosc w;io advertise by the year. ijai i m,jco aaaressca on business, must be post paid. From tlio Unitod Slates Saturday l'osi . . THE FAILING HOPE. - A TEMPERANCE STORY. BV T. S. ARTHUR. anati l read to you, ma? said Emma Martin, a little girl eleven years of age coming up to the side of her mother, who sat in a musing attitude by the ce...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 October 1842

Etc romihcr sml I'onco oMita, ufc, Porios: hlty that melted hi to, completely, down ! A choking nb followed ' when ho arose hastily, and retired to his chambV; Mrs. JWartin did not foljow uiiliier. Htjo saw lhat his own aflcctions wcie doing more Tor him Wan ahV thlhc that she could do or uav; and therefore she deemed it the part of wisdom to 1st his own reflections bo ins comoanion. and do their own work. When Mr. Martin entered Ms Chamber hoceaied himself near the bed, and leaned Ills head down upon it, He was becoming more and more sobered every moment more, and more distinctly conscious of the true nature of the eround he occupied Still his mind was good deal confused, for Ihe Dhvsical action of the stimulus he had taken through the day, had not yet substd ed; although" there was a strong mental dounteratlinccame in operation, which'was gradually subduing the '611601 of his pota tions. As he sat thus, leaning his head upon his hand, and half reclining upon the Jbsu, a deep sigh,...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 October 1842

fepfatE. 'rife foilbwlnff comprises a lUl of S3 IncmbcrsLoTIwhich the Senile 1? composed. Of-lliG eleven hbso torma have expired jnd whose. paces wore filled at the elec tion of 1842, tx were Whig or Antinin. tons, andjfitfe wero democrats', ns follows : DisTi 1. Philadelphia chy Henry S. Spackman, William Jl. Crabb. II. Coiihty of Philadelphia Benjamin Crispin. Edvvard A. Ponniman, Tliomas MriOtllly.- ' iHiMonlgnmery, Chester and Delaware 'Ab.rahain Br.owVi John,?. Huddleson, Joseph Daily." jjAV.tUueKe Samuel A Smith. r V. Berks Samuel Fcgely. VI. Lancaster and York Thomas E, LD(M' "t f Ibtd.LI lib J U.1,1,1 Cli'ampnee. , 'VII. Dauphin and Lebanon Levi AViVip.'-m . . VIII. Huntingdon, Mifflin, Juniata, Per ry am! Union James Mathers, Henry C. Ever. IX. Columbia ami' Schuylkill Samtiel F, He.adlay. ,. ' ' X. Lehigh and Northampton John S. aibutis. - XI. Luzerne, Monroe, Wayne and Pike Luther Kidder. . . XII Lycoming. Ccnfrei Clfhlon arid Northumberland Jesse C-Horton.' - XllL Uradfy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 29 October 1842

SHERIFFS SAEE. BYl.Virtuo of sundry1 writs 'of venditioni' cx ponas, to rtie directed, will ho exposed to publicsale, nt tho Court House, in Dahvillo,t on Monday tho Slst day of October, 1842, ot 10 o'clock A, M.i tho folloxving property, viz i A(cortain tract or parcel ofland, siltiate upon tho Susquehanna and Tioga Turnpike Road, and upon tho East branch of Jriarcrcck, about two and a- half miles from tho town of Ilriarcrcck. whereon is a FURNACE, A FOUNDRY. A STORE HOUSE, 2 Dwelling Houses, A.TVkccl Wright Shop, .And adjoining lands of 8, F. Jleadly, heirs of George Beam deceased, and others and containing about Thirteen Acres, more or less, ALSO, Upon a certain other tract, or Farm of land, situate upon said branch of Uiiarcrcck, and bounded upon tho East by tho county line between Columbia and Luzctno counties, upon tho South by Jands of Barnard Seibert, Nicholas Seibcrt and S.,F. Ilcadley, upon the West, by tho aforesaid lot of thirteen acres, whereon tho Furnaco and other bui...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 November 1842

n I Lave on-orti upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the .Mind of Man." Tlfotnas Jefferson MINTED km) PUBLISHED BV II. WEliB. VdumcVl. BLOOBISBURG, COILUMIMA COUNTY, PA. SAT 3J12.B AY, . KOVJSMiiSjHK, 5, 18455. - OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT OrrosiTE St. Paul a Ciiuncit, Main-st The COL UMJ3IA DEMOCRAT will bo published every Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. No subscription will be taken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages are discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square will be conspicuously inserted at One. Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-Jive cents for every stdjse. qucnt nscrtion. f?A liberal 'discount made to those who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. THE ATTORNEY. AN EXTRACT. Hour after hour passed; still tliero sat He attorney loo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 November 1842

"Tau'TnViTHOt:? tsaii " t .. . . . FOR PRESIDENT, (Sybje'it to the decision of ((invention.) a National WANTED, A FEW BUSHELS OF WHEAT,CRN,6aTS, BUCK WHEAT AND POTATOES; In payment Tor .papers at this Office t THE LITE 'ELECTION; Tlio Ami Removal and Dj,fion party.in this county, having been bcMn, rouled.and Uticd up, are, now endeavoring to create an impression that there was no fair test upon the question: To proyo this, they assurno as many different positions ftftivs as many reasons for flieir not eueceejhng, as there were leaders and interests in the party, One portion claim that Fruit was defeated becauso he. pledged himself against division another, because the pooplo would not believe he was opposed to division ahoth or because ALL the division men did not cote "or him, and a thousand other as ridic mI us assertions as these, while the only TRUE REASON of his defeat was.that he WAS OPPOSED TO REMOVAL. This is evident to any one at all acquainted in the county. But the mopt a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 November 1842

brora4tho Ne,w. Orleans Bulletin.. , KEV ORLEANS BTICUBT 'MARKET. UmhrcDasmo with the rain, and fall wllh tho sun. Holders uneasy; calculating on a spread of business. Ailiclci npt to cliango hands. Slock ot'n'lighl nature, and peo. pie looking Tor a change in quality with llio jfist cool weather. Fow sellers crouw-ed success, and none of the producers cauhl HHJ-plng. Gleat diHlress presumed to befell from efforts to "pull wool over tbeir eyes." Leather, shoes, fyc Great activity in Xhcso articles just before .bank closes. Duns (ilso discover a desire to move in tho com. tnouity. uoots untie, uui no pumps in wc market, an there should bo to carry off the rain. , ojj Owing to n closo stochmg of tho market, holders do not anticipate a rise nbovo tho knee.- Some difficulty in celling rid of wot socki, which, as yet, cannot be unravelled. Pantaloons Holders aro in a tight place, but aro unwilling to lot go. Like most merchants, they cvinco considerable, anxiety about tho state of their ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 5 November 1842

BY virtue ofrLwrtt.rjf "venditioni exponas, to mo directed will bo exposal to public Bale, on MctidrTtr, the BlUt day of Npvembcr; 1842, at .the jourtHouso in Danville, the following property ,to wit! A certain! tract of land situalc in Cat tftwissa township, Col, co., containing FSFTST ACRES, MORE ORLESS.adjoing lands or Widow Olca vcr and John Weaver, and others, whereon is erec ted a AND BANKBARN. Prized, taken in execution, and to bo sold os the prppetty of Daniel Mourcr. ALSO J? certain lot of land in the town of Danvilleituato on tuo comer of Church anil 1 mm street, and adjoining lots of George Swcney, on the north and west, being fifty feet on Church 6treet, and one-hundred und fifty feet on Third street ind numbered in the plan of said town, No. one hum Jrcdand fortr-six, whereon is erected a FKAlE HOUSE, with a sriiail Flt.MW SHOP attached to tho same, and a small FKAME STABLE. Seized, taken in execution, and to be sold as the property of Jonas Sperring. ALSO A certain tra...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 November 1842

'3. i j!tSSL't JWS It Si I narc sworn linon the AHhr of tiaA. Atei-iinl hn.mitv i -.i3 " r ... . . J-"" ""' " ' ? i , tH'Jt ttx 1 . i, , . , - 1- . i 1 - .r.r - J tin UT"; rT7 .'r . It: '. ''J -r- ' ,, f ii . . ..--..-. . U. -..j. .... v Aril iigf re 1311 r tv cast, g TCi-y an Vt lunte VI. gt.Q.OJttSRTOG COLUMBIA CAraWPAin m ma1 Wi 1 IV II Iff! am ' .:.,-: 'XMJM OFFICE, ( OF THE DEMOCRAT .OrroslTE Sf. Paul's Church, Main-st TJuCOL Ij-MBIA DEMOCRAT will be published every Salufday morning, at ' TWO DdLfURS per annum payable 7ititf yearly in advance, or Two Dollars Fifty C'elUs, if nofrpaid.wilhin.the year, Noiub'icriftioh'ipUl be takcnfor.iaishorlcf. period'than aixwianin sjwr finysutscoV, UinuQnc.eupermitedx until all, arrearages, snuare will.be consmcuoushi inserlea ql "One Dollar for tile first three W&rrtiihtt ''And 'Tib'en'UffiU cents for edifj'iubs& qtthit nseftion.' sZpMJiberalnliscounL joutdcto flfose.vhoiadvfiytisepy the, year,.. LETiTERS addressed ;on'(jmiejs, tnuut...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 November 1842

iiu hf hcci obef.Umbr, bo MiJjtfJtaH'Mprilr November, Bifaeii rtcolW othg . iM'klnn i ' 'mtnmr. t til it) rain 1 titter .lrovimhe Wm adfe-wihinf t he must nreeaV!thoelhiw.:hd; We,rony.qr.desperation, he began- ! latAl( mrVt iff f . e in tat i 14 craw vw nbb jvf rnwr -hare he paused and looked up to the Nine; while an audible voice', in b cor n A mm A a a Itant -f tnl nail ey alTliughed. 2the ntmv,tfvOvd, -amen !'- he ctran a second time, only to hear another olee-'in loud whisper, sav 'He's ma r 1 , ..., Tn ,t .i inE huh now, .i iiraugm no coma ot ;TiODf i ire. iookp ro fiawcTjui pan. TVbw I ley rut down to sleep I J pray Me Zero" T I I 1' J-., I 1 rat the' next essay, when some erudite enlUraan remarked, 'He it not dead, but leepeth.' . . i Q Veil O itV continued llm Smiirn )ne voice replied. 'Oh no! oh no! don't rti;' another whispered, 'Wo Ball !' me person oat of doors sung out.'Come nln. Cimtrl I' and tha liMohtnr on tr metal. f he bridesmaids spilled the tallow from heir candl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 November 1842

the i ntlHn Imm I N ftnnrnt Imnlwm In I JIB UI Oil ( ,'MIIIIH Ull 1 I W MUIIU lllgll" .... Inn!. U nn Argument whlili nVintilct ad Htim. MnMr tri w h I nil nil ilia niih n Hth. .... fr in nrrtvfl. to everv ftfieker alter rnr- J ' w inrnrmniinr : rtti this mnff fitmnted Him l- AtrmimiprRiicu uwiiu uic uuiuit; ii cv - . r. I a I . rC " ... ' .....ti n anA Ttnnflr nlacfilof lha locnt'.nn nf And tho very boundary lines of the couii pfCSCni lllwUIIVpmvmi oiiuaiuti iui a inn .!:.iirtn in Hi trarfftaruinnft nfipaa.irv Thuiincnt every circumeiance conneci- ra huh r ... ......... ... ihoold forover be put to rest, by tho lawful ICt 01 WB iBgoiiuro, in graining iiiu lung lotijjhl object of tho wishes of a majority .film Inhabitants of llio conntv. a removal of tho county seal from Danville to some mors central position. And here let me add site word, which may serve as a hint to boih friends and foes of the removal. 1 have taken up my pen in favot of the remo val and while health and strength...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 12 November 1842

A SHERIFF'S SALES. .lkpV virtue of a writ of rendition! exponas, lo MJPmo directed wilj be exposid to public sale, on Monday, the'2tt day ofrNovcmber, 1842, at tlio Court House in Danville, the following property ,to wit: H rtafS, tract hf fond 'situate in 'Cl tawIsslbynehlp70ol. co. conlairiitig TiTTV ACRES: MORE OR. LESS, adjo'lng lands of WidoyV Clca-' ver 'and John U caver; andelbcrs, whereon is erec ted a ( n( p IJOG HOUSE AND BANKJBARN.t- , Beixcd, taken in execution, and lo bo sold as the property. o'CDariiei'Mourer!, ' r,"'l A'certatA lot of land in the town of T '. T .. !,.... ,( c rt i i 'inn - , waiKT,fiu,oiuuip uii!(iiiuifriiuroi.wuurpu anixniru street, and adjoining lots of George Swcney, on tho north and west, being fifty feet, on Churche strcete and, 'one:hundred and fifty feetlon Third.strect nd numbered in the plan of said town, No. one hurl drcdand fortr-six, whqrconlis.crcctcd, a, Tvilha email SIJOJP attached lo llio Bime, and" a s'mallTRA'ME STABLE. .Scizedftalie...

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