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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 April 1848

i 'V-x - f A 4 uor s. smi V- 8ec: ML " y we ! ir- JOINTTffcSO LUTI O N On the- "iRomof '. Stuvtriffthe Tariffpand'theWdr ascainst JriejicoJ- '- - -' Re 'It resolved bv the Legislature of the State of-Texas That any attempt on the part of'tlfc Congress of the United States to interfere with the domestic and inter- nal policy of the States or Territories is unwarranted by the -Constitution of the United States and in violati-n of the rights of fhc States. The "Proviso' if submitted to would prevent the slaveholding States from enjoying the full benefits of any ter- ritory which may be herafter acquired bv the United States. The Constitution of the UnUed States recognizes slavery as one of our domestic institutions nnd we acknowledge no right to abolish it but that which belongs to the slaveholding States themselves We will not submit to any law which prohibits the citizens ol the Southern States from taking their propeily to any territory that may he acquired from Mexico We are willin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 22 April 1848

'-r"iw: - i fv w . " -"--Ci "Ba "Cfc "iiiS? V fi.'T'i' - '. i'- .---!' ... ...... .. 11 -i t'.a'"t..r jef" - ."5 - .- -F -Lj '-- rt-" -" jt -. . - t: i si -i- -c ? - iw. r . -J' . - if & fV 5 t . . -i- -. a. r- '- -Eg. - 3 JVJm JrW Jbn Iajwsv. LATEST FROM BELOW. Our express pony Barak has just ar- imed -overland from the city of Onowc- .... -. -rr- i t ntirrn.-'rrinnti in vin"Tiinmnnnie- nniiiMiii' days In advance of our cotempornrws. j Our "personal intelligence" for which we are indebted to "Cerberus k Smith's Infernal Times is particularly full and Tch. Old JEsnp was busily engaged in preparing a new edition of his well- 'Known faldes for the infernal press with copious additions and comments adapted to the war in Mexico and the private opinions publicly expressed of Old Rough and Ready. Zieber & Co. and Geonre Dexter will have this work for sale a soon as it can be reprinted or. this side Avcrnis. Dr. Johnsrn was re-writing hi.-? Lives of; the Poets and substituting the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 April 1848

' "I? Tl n a a & e sy a K . T R !&' i Jas4 feassS ass '& && trw ii f lih y s 'waigi rrrir r titi nm m mmiB w i i i www nnii i mini n iiilrnu CHAS. r r-RSE i.ovk sii u.i. our a.i.v vuii nit t. VE Tin: nis .-.hzfthe staxoa ui or tti r vrtr-i'. ED ITOR AND PROPRIETOR. SSRw 25S tWlgs"? fftn rsra? isw nra SK9 YVHl tTKTJ MI M ft O 1 ll IJ M P If pw H? 5i Ri '. 11 Ba rl Iv 1 1 wi mm " J IN&! & Siri?' i3&sl I 11 8? rB n ri &i S"- -f .- ? .:& y CLARKS1I.LE RED i I V E It COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY . . . - - . ggjmnrcstfjr FiafWT arKtos .r'w?xt''-tt"-"Ji"-c -arf-aaM-w-nmigjzffTg-arrr-T'st -- vjvwffjgic BnnaoaixcwmwMB jm r -rtrniiii-iii-Bmw . r.--. . - - AUTHORiT Y. VOL. BY A I'll 1 1 oy I 3 1b. NO. 1. Acts and Kesou tiu-s i-assud at the ritiST Session or tub Tuiktiith Cosoanss. (Pint.'- Xo. 1. AN ACT making an appropnation Jo supply : in pan a deficieucv m the appropriations for subsistence in kind of ihc army and volunteers daring the year ending the 3Cth J...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 April 1848

U.MUJi IXI11 M ' . H ji r-i I ' 7 ! tkreJ to this t.T0vcrnm"nt the right to assert ana y maintain her claim as phc cou'd not consistent- ly with the constitution herself muster a force to protect hrr kjiI lrom the pollution of a foreign fo.1 ami her citins from outrage. It follows ft-. that tho President of the: "United States w u not o'lh it liberty biit was boun.l nolcmn- tkiiiail Iit tb..- co-i-titutiu t an 1 hws as will w ho would like to bccoina recul ir readers of the -.". V . ..I.. P t ins oaia in o;n-e io pn.irr: me citizen- 01 lexis again' not onlv a threatened hnt an vn'iii invasion tar ttmeril 1 a; lor lounit the To Clubs. There are several Postofliecs lately established m the new Countiea within the range of our general circulation. It has been (suggested to us that an offer of the sort usually mad.) by newspapers to clubs- of sub- "cnbcis might be desirable to u and to some Mrxtcvi troops upon tho ternton in question nn his march to tlic R) Grande. He would ha.e. lio-n ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 April 1848

f li fc M I IU r rsBBKWi rtf; Jt r. m OW. From:hclrichTjitne-oj'l April 15. FAREWELL ADDKESS OF SANTA AN'A. tRIXsL-VTSD FOR THH N. riCAVUXc j i r i c a.. n.i .r Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna Uencral o) t. . . r j - ' i - Diri.tion antl itcll-dtserving of his coun try tohlsfelloic-citizcni: Mexicans! On the point of leaving my beloved native country in order to seek in a foreign land the quiot of private life I must address you forthe. time to ex- plain to you the true cfuscs which have constrained mc to cordemn myself to a voluntary ostracism. Far from me in this solemn moment is the idea of reopen- ing the wound which have been inflicted upon our countrV'by tlie strife of parties which by their 'continued agitation have brought us into our actual portion. A noble object urges me to pen these lines free from vanity or flattery. Indebted to the Republic for a thousand spontaneous acts of honor which hr-ve inscribed my name forever in her-nnalsI am bound to give her satisfaction at the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 29 April 1848

V 1 J s Xl"ft"fJMJ From the Dublin Xalion ofjllarch. 4 WATERFORD ELECTION. The nomination of a representative in Parliament for the city Watcrford took place on last Saturday in the Court- house. There was a larsc military force under tha command of SiiChas.O'Donnellat hand in case any breach of the peace was attempted. At 12 o'clock the high ShciifT Captain William S. Dojle accompanied by Thom as Harris Esq his Asstcssor took his acat upon the bench; shortly after the sev- eral candidates had made their appear- ance having previously passed in proces- sion through the streets with bands ban- ners &c. Mr. William Xcwcll Barron appeared as counsellor Sir Henry Winston Barron; Mr. James K.O'Dowd.forMr.P.Costeilo; and Mr. Dillon on behalf of Mr. Meagher. The High Sheriff called on the friends of Sir H. W. Barron to address the elec- tors (Cheers.) Major Snow then came forward and said he had to propose Sir Henry Win- ston Barron as a fit and proper person to represent the city of W...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 May 1848

ORTHERN STANDA spssp EpsJSS fvgfl s B k rjrcwtnriiT.vs.v& uaumwuu CHARi-ES D MORSE I.OXG SHAM. Ol'R BAXXER BRAVE THE BI!.EEK THE STANDARD OP THE FREE. EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. Cl. RliS'VlLLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY MAY 0 1S43. VOL. G NO" 2. 8ft K it tSXK TPBMMrn.S3HIa3:5IiS:?'et? o -"V ft o $' HORI T Y . lei ami SCesoSsstioa jiasseilat. tlso lii'fti Season of Thf Tiiirtf-j vCh Congress. Piatic X. 7 j . N A "T eon.prine yi-ssels employed bv the Araer- leant o'or..Mw Sit'tv.in trarrsrnrumf colored! emigrants from the United States the roast of fnea. from the jrnisawsof the fctsof the 23d February and 2d of March eighteen fcandrcd and ! 'H-4.Msn. -eguhu:rglt3Carrig. ro pass-tigers ; mien bant vessels. j .' 'h-&-not and Ih"" ' Hr-r- n - ... i . ' " litr i- . O :" . n and after the ?a -ge ol diirt BY AUT iH 'II : . t ! ' ." .-.I -.v. .1 r ri. v s r- i :'e ilo'.h. "' -.!' t in t!.--.S her bj. exc' " '" -.t .- ' . ' i'i I'M its - ' cn mry -s ' . "i a r-i - .: v 'V K )1 i i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 May 1848

fd w adjudicate to me in ownership the land situa- ted between the nter Joaquin from it souiea to its mouth and the Sierra Nevada; th ; limits being the riter Cosumno on the north and on the south tho extremity of the Tulares in the neighborhood of San Gabriel. f I bag vour Excellency will be pleased to look favorable on my -proposition' and to give ths order that I hate aaked which will undoubtedly tend to the happiness of California and in a qrcat inearurs to fulfil my ardent desires to propipatc that religion we profess and at the sama time be useful to my ( countrvmen. EUGEXIO MACNAMAHA yTisstonrr' Apostolic. 00V2KNMtXT0FTIII DhPAKT.MENT lrCWIO.VlA M 5..nt in t!ie Kxci'llHnt Departmental .sfmM) Axziua naroaniy in jwv. h-iv. j that it will be pleased to give it? advice upon the matter of the nelitio'i.andaitentariisr-'iiirii u una Goteromont for its final action PI"U. l)LrKTMFS-T "I I!i:t.-.TII1'.S. ( Afrjivi II 'A Aumt. If 13. t 7b S-nor .fljn .mc -V.7 .Vr Muifrcx . j Afy Dear a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 May 1848

f -5 INDIAN FIGHT ! ABOVE AUSTIN &i Antonio Mcrch 30 1848. The movements on our fioulicr arc not un- from 3000. "VVc have made a net gain thus' milk whito steeds caparisoned with gold and far of 21 representatives! This we think is a victory worth crowing over. interesting to you and I wi 1 give you a QF THE VICTIMS OF THE rough statement of facts connected villi my LATJ2 REVOLUTION IN PARIS last scout to the San haba valley rrom which I ... .... . have just returned. 1 received instructions! A very glowing ilcscription is given or the from Lieut. Col. Beli commanding the fron- se.enu Presented in Paris on the 4th March :.. .i..j .u r.u tvi.i. .i:.:.. . . ol the luncral of the victims of the recent .11.1 U.111.U tut. ... I'llll Cll Uil .......111 111V. . . take charge in person of a strong detach velvet its fasces with the place of the avong ing coiisular's hatchet supplied hv lis st car that turns only against enemies; its provisional government ruling a nation by the power of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 6 May 1848

15' p it j x o. HI :. 1'. WILMS. . The Spring; ii here thetlelieate-fouled "l.iy. With it;liiht fingers full of litres an J ibmer: And with it cmv'i x thirst to be away Waving in xvr.od-palh;j i;s Miltiptiiou- hours; A fcohnglieil is lite a sense of wing-:. Hcsili'M to oar above these. pi'riliingihing!. We pi--.- out from ih eitv"s feverish lium. To ti'id refreshment m the silent woods; And L.iturc. that i.- beautiful and dumb. Like a cool sleep upon the pulses broods; Yet even there n resiles? thought v. ill steal. ; To uich the indolent he-irt it still must". Ctr.-nr2 that the audible stillness ol the noon i The xvatis nipping with theit j-ilver feet Tlic turning to the li::Iil of loaves in June And the light whisper as their edges meet; Ptrangc that they fill not with their tranrpiil tone Th- spirit walking in their mid-t alone. MORE HUEAMS. ! h.tve no j..y hut in thy smile Save in thy frown no p-iin. C'oine to my side a little v. hilt: I'll never a; acain To see thseaii.l thy lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 May 1848

I h . s JZiWr-LLPJSX-"2? TK? J-Jg Tg?uaLaJjm"3i5nrraa CHARLE8 DE MORSE r-o.vtt sn vz.r. our ixm:r kravkth;; ruf.kzk tuiz stand mo or tiik rREii EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 6. C L A It KSVILLE. 11 E D It 1 V E It C O U N T V T E X A S id Ja M2S2 JaU rJI sSSs es!ei JU ESI $ 2 fe3 VS3 gig ESl& tiF&l Ejia H 3 S T""Tl l mi II i i ii n - i SATURDAY- MAY 13 1818. " - " tSTtZAliUMt BY AUTHORITY. Act and RcHoJutsoKN pnrd at the iirst Session oi" She TimJi- clh oiires-. PlllUr Xo. 11. AN Ae I suppleiantarv to the act entitle-J " iact ... -.. it. ilw. .i.... nf t!ii ..Tin-limi mrisuir- lie Supreme Court in certa;-. e-ases. anil I - purpose.-.." cled hi thr S nali mil llw of H prrut- I'mt'il S'ii''S nt' A'r run if Omc ss That all ami singular the prov is.oas of th. rrinut Xo. is.! AX ACT grinting the franking privilege to Louis-i Catharine Adam-. i lie it cnaitt.il by the Uncle and HirmcnfR-pr ;.-; taint of the Viutul Ni.tn ofAiii'niiim 0ini- ( zu.iHul. 'Vint all letter- and pack t- ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 May 1848

-'JiJ ". f& A VA -J -. . rTrrrlr-riXiayTaBnaftcrTiffT"gigtarw "ITT" fXX TX A "O l ihorc is conservative liherty. Thoy will nc j JlJLsjw J .' r - ' knowledge that there inay be in the Republic ! OF TIIE MINISTEROF FOREIGN AFFAIRS j ut only better order hut that tliere may lie sJCinuLN .luviaacr' ' TO THE DIPLOMATIC AGENTS OF THE . FRENCH REPUBLIC. Sir: 1 cm know the events of Parii the ' victoiv oftlio peopla its heroism it . moder- . ation.'its pacification lha order nMuhlislied ' by the co.icurrenco ol'tlia wh do o! the citi- i2ens a if in the interregnum of the visible J powers the reason of the. public ncro alone i the Government of France. The French Revolution has thus entered i:.. 1..1-:.. :.:.. ..:.i 'Pi. IV. ...!. Tf. "OJHII 'SiSf IDlfeSlfi) : public has no occasion to be acknow iedgod in An- -r- - -- r- j: iv.it wivw n v-.vni. .y .IDVOC'ITLVG PRINCIPLES BEFORE MEN 0 OPPOSED TO ALT. CKAHTErtD MOSOrOMES (S 2s & 22 STS IJ 22 o SATURDAY MAY 1? ISIS. more real order in t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 May 1848

2. - 7-airr Kte- . ra "I- t N u 1$ Pattoa Esq. presiding and adapted the so- 'ditious sentiments of the confederates. On tho 29th tho repealers of Clonsicl ira- ternized at a public meeting and solicited their leader to do likewise. The Cork Ite- "pcalers on tho same evening went through a similar process. On the 30lh a meeting to establish a Poly- ochnic club on the principle latc'y carried out in Paris was held by the medical students ofthe metropolis Dr Antisell in the chair On the 2d inst Ennis pronounced in fa- or of nhvsical force at a numerous meeting of its inhabitants. On the evening of the same day the trades of Dublin held a mectiog to reciprocate the repeal movement On the 5th inst. the Confederation held a'mceting. A letters from Mr. S. O'Brien I The European Times has a leader on the was read statins thrt 50009 Parisian-? subject of Ireland expressive of great alarm would be ready to aid the Irish in any attempt It is followed up by the article which vvc sub- to regain...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 13 May 1848

iW i IPDIEHR3& -TVT.l- PA." n.lll.n Vn..r.'r AEQVIEM OF ADAMS. t U DUGASM. " 77u s is the end of earth.'"1 There is a bhaduvT on the Hult of men There is a eo.iuJ as of a nation's sib And a wild heaving sorrow lis th: throb Of a pant's -nighty hea; Advais. is dend' "This.s the oad of earth'" O'er plain and clcn Those words are vvanderiRgliYe a troubled tird. And the dc-p v..-tei- of all has are stirred He hath no Ioagar p-.rt In the rude warfare cf the troublous world. Ho who hath borne God's Miner in the fight He who hath struck brave blow s for h-nnan ncht. ( And wrestled w.th the fiercest wrongs and hurled Hi thunders at the biazsn lopt of might Adams dead' lie hath writ h glorious memory on the page Of a great people's history and the lih7o Of his all-radiai.t l.fo x'u'l be enshrined A lofty bjacon light. A pdlar off.ro .naud his country's nigi.t A flame upon the a'tar of mankind Fanned by th2 Lreat'i of patriots whsrsOiVr Riseth a lree.nan's prayer! Adams is doad' 11. hath ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 May 1848

p 3 l&S li"J fW Ja JOI s&l Js !. g asm H2L caa iacuax2s:jj3ags36rss3g3;g CHARU3 DE MORSE IMSti S1ML.I OUR BAK.VER. BRAVE TIIK RUEEZF TIU: STANDARD OX THE FREE EDITOR &. PROPRIETOR. VOL. 6. CLARKSVILI;i; RED RIVER COUXTV TEXAS SATURDAY M A V "0 ) 8-1 b " 1 H r 111 81k S H h N? ffll i - " w slJlL Ilsl ' $L v-3 sL HL& 3 el $J3 &1 is & x3 $ rm gzkzm &am eg a esvS ea eseIs kM1 eSsIe si 1 B D33 SS3 5g3 g rtUtjL '..lli. LUagajJLl-J Mini IWI -NO 4. ; V 1 l"J rJ v : . . . - - ts i .:..- -.. :.u ..t t. s; n .. r. -. i .. . r? . . .r ... . . ...... 1 . . .1 .. . .... y AUTHOKiir p-.un.-m tu:.iy..i--i.u.i uiu wmi cm- ou.-. .. jina o--njvn.iT enact a mai ma .sec- Kingdom 01 Ureal Hnlain take leave Jo ex- opemv mat we irecu-nn 01 our cotliiirv mid . ( Pi 1 yy 1 i 1 w 11 J i ployed and such atUitio.nl number of clerics as tho rotary of the Treasury be and he is lirrcby author- rcss to .. Ma;t.t . earnest desire th- welfare of it? people are ol'mort; iinpor- - T :;7iZr2:...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 May 1848

jrt5S& Zzssr2Grisa3ZxaGxax -j' t. CTggasrra. meimwaP7mr We arc blessed with two Stara in tTie. cloudless 'sky of our turning village titer "Western Stir which sheik a pale flickering dubious light uponr tin- forlorn visages of llie Whigs around the squire fust enomIi to rcniler their nolitical misery faintly j radiant solving the enigmatical term f "darkress there appears every probability ofa war bc- v:m!i1c lid tha great COMPENJMUil OF FOREIGN NEWS. 11V THE BAR MI SANDS AMI THE ACADIA. Austria and Prussia continue tranquil but bright rutuad hunm-l wecn United Germany and Russia Poland ! following prolamation: BETS' ggialuu?w. J tho eomplcte victory of the poople. They marched out in three columns directed to- wards Mantua Verona and Placcnza. The 'King of Sandinia has dcclurdcd him- self in favor of the independence of Lombar- dy and ordered his army to march to the aid of the Italians. On the 23d lie issued the 3? is 33 2? ASS 2) AS 10 a DEMOCHATIC HlilTBLlCAX JOUKXAL EUUAL R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 May 1848

he .' ?i i 1 - i ii l4fe g " v Telegraphic Riport of the Louisville Democrat May 1. Later trom Europe. Arrival of the Steamer America. JVlw York; April 29 11 P. .V. The royal mail steamer America Captain Judkins which bailed liom Livcipool on the 15th mst. arrived here to-day. ihe great onanist meeting which was lield in London on the 10 inst. passed oil' quietly. It was attended by two hundred thousand persons. A petition was drawn up fend presented to Parliament by a deputation appointed For that purpose. Ireland is quiet. The government lias overawed the rcvolters for the present. Arms are still being manu- factured in great quantities and the peasants are constantly engaged in practising at shoo- ting. Denmark has commenced war against Sleswick and HoNtein two duchies belong- ing to her each of which contained upwards of 400000 souls. They have revolted a- eainst the King and demanded to be recog nized as independent Stales. A tierce and bloody battle has been fought at FIcsburg...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 20 May 1848

IMSMKBifc " TJIS FRENCH SONC.-SOF JSBERT w ; MVBSKlILtS KflV. Tic.53.1! f France awake to glorr; HaiV Hark what mj riad bid ycvi ns?' Your cailaran wives and r'raniWes h-r BihoIiJ th; r tn- aai hear their cnr Shi'd hvjlul Tyraa's pi.. hiof br '-'.:: g. .With liuoL-ir hist a rafiiiii ba id. Affright aid delate the Ian J 'Vail; pac; ani libe-ty lie ble-i ag' (.Chorus.) Tu a-mu' to arns v' brave' 'IV Aveagn; S-vord ur.sV-ath' M .r -Hon mireh on. ail heart n i.h cd 0.iI..V;-:orD;iU ?'-v. now thi liingjro-is storn lsr-illi-is Vhi;h tr;a:Vro.is Kings eoateieriie rus- T.'is docs of war. Il-i loose are howling An.! lo' oar fields ana riucs blaze. And shall cbis-lv view the rum Wiiil'- lawless force with naif i-trido Ssrr.aJ." de-.jLtion f-rand wide ' With cran.-and blool its hand .e:ii'ruii.g. To ami-.' to arms At". With Iuxmy nil pride Eurrouudcd. Tns vdc Waaliue despots dare Their 'hirst for gold anJ power unbounded. To in Is and and vend the light and air. Lak boisls of harden vvoald the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 May 1848

fv ; ; CHARLES DE MORSE VOL. 0. From the .Yeie York Express. Later From France. Arrival of the Packet Ship uchesse D'Orleans. By tho packet ship Duchcssc d'Orlcans Captain Richardson from Havre 27th ult. It is said thai large failures continued to I take place m Pans and ihrougiioui r nma. Since the first of March it is stated that silver plate to tho value of fifty millions has been coined into five franc pieces. The French Republic. Our advices from Paris arc of thc ioth ult. Wo take the fol- lo'vins from Galignani of the 25th: The provisional government received yes- terday a.dcputation of the workmen belong- ing to the Orleans Railway who came to present to the republic a sum of 223lf. 72c uhich they had collected among themselves. A deputation of foreigners resident in Trance have presented a petition to the pro- isional government signed by 2000 per--ans of thi descrintion. nravinsr that all for- 11 i - .TJrt. II11S COUlltrv IliaV Oil a Simple uuuiuiauuu .if thmr wish for'nntu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 27 May 1848

U. ieC :tf ' ISfes r - tjw s?"X Bg5KgsS3gBgagszg6carrr erred it lias been in undue consideration and . misplaced leniency. For a long term of yc.trswc have borne national insult and left undressed the personal outrages and pecuia- ry injuries done to our citizens by Mexico. ' We have passod unnoticed the offences re- peatedly offered in thnir official c-orrespon-' dencc it was the strung rendered patient Willi tne capuousticss in inu wc.ik ny 111c consciousness of his ability to punish. This course so long obseivcd by our government has surely not been depaiiid from by the present administration. I cannot conceive sir how the Frcsident could have exhibited greater forbearance to- wards Mexico. He ent out a minister to treat with her on the first intimatiun of any desire on her pait to enter into a negotiation for the purpose of restoring amicable irla- ' lions. Acting in the forbearing an'l friendly spirit of the power who had taken that infant icpublic by (be hand when it first ess...

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