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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 January 1855

V i - - a PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. - (Trnth and Jaitice." AT it 60 IN ADTAKCE t i t - Volume XX. GAL LI POL IS, OHIO, JANUARY 11. 1855. Number 7. THE AMERICAN FLAG. THE AMERICAN FLAG. BY J. R. DRAKE. When Freedom, from her mountain height : Unfurled Ler standard to the air, She tore the azure robe of night, And set the stars of glory there. She mingled with its gorgeous dies The milky baldric of the skies, And stripped its pure celestial white, With streakings of the morning light; Then, from bis mansion in the sun, She called her eagle bearer down; And gave into bis mighty hand The symbol of her chosen land. Majestic monarch of the cloud, Who rear's aloft thy legal form, To bear the tempest trumpings loud, And see the lightning lances driven, Wben strive the warriors of the storm, And rolls the thunder-drum of Heav en -Child of the Sun! to thee 'tis given To guard the banner of the free; To hover in the sulphur smoke; So ward away the battle stroke; And bid its blendings shine af...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 January 1855

THE JOURNAL. IDITID ABB FUBUBHXD BT ' JAMES. HA&PEB. . X"At SI 60 in advance; $2 00 at tbe end of the year. . ... UAIaTaIPOLIS. rStTESDAT, - - - - JAN. H.1855 . Thb Donatio Pabtt. We had the nleasnre of attending the donation par ty, tnven to the worthy pastor of fte Prfciri..n church, on Friday evening 1-st. A larze number were in altend-J ance, and every thing passed off remar kably well. A table was spread with an abundance and of a kind to satisfy the most fastidious taste. And what gare tone to the whole affair was the bright and smiling faces of the beauti ful women, for which our town is :a mous. We have every reason to be lieve that this party was not only a social and agreeable one, but proved beneficial to all. We hope the day is not far dis tant when we shall have another such assemblage. . The following card has been handed us for publication, by the Rev. "Wab- ui Tatxob, at whose house the party was given: - A Card. The undersigned desires, in behalf of himself and ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 January 1855

The barn of Hon? W. C. Grain, w.rfi TTrtimer eonntv. N. Y.. Was burned on Thursday last, gays the Utica haette, together with eighteen eows and many young cattle, besides ftj tuns of bay aad much grain. ; EbOUSH KOWLXDGI Or THE UXTTXD g7AnB. A late number of the IUut trated London Newt informs its' readers that, in the late New York election, the contest for the Qmvernorthxp of the Uni ted SlaUt was a very close one. y Many powder their faces that ' their skin may seem white; it is as a poulterer flours an old ben, that it may pass for a tender chicken. GROCERIES, &c. 1 n khdt Sugar, new crop just receired; iv ju uuia j.i . w. moiasses; i SO half do do 5 bbls crushed Sugar; "' 25 We Mould Candles; lOUcV boxes Sur Candles; .' 20 boxes Soap; ' 20 do Vs., Missouri and Ky., Tobacco; 5 bbls cat and dry Tobacco; 25,000 Imported Segars; 25 half boxes Raisens; 10 boxes Ground Mustard; 10 do do Pepper; SO mats Cinnamon;" 25 doc Bed Cords; 20 do Brooms; 1500 lbs. bar Lead: 20 bags Rio Cof...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 11 January 1855

[From the Portland Electie.] SPEECH OF ZACHARIAH SPICER. " On the question, "Which enjoys the greatest amount of happiness, the bachelor or the married man?" Mr. President and Gentlemen I rise to advocate the cause of the married ' man. And why should I not? I claim to know something about the Institution, I "do." Will any gentleman pretend to say that I do not? .Let him accompany me home. Let me confront him with my wife and serenteen children, and decide. , High as the Rocky Mountains tower above the Mississippi . Valley, does the character of the married man tower abore that of a bachelor. What is a bachelor? What was Adam before he got acquainted with Eve? What but a poor, .shiftless, neipieas, wsigniuxani creature? "No more to be compared with bis after-self, than a mill-dam to ihe great cataract of Niagara. Ap plause. I Gentlemen, there was a time, I blush to say it, when I too was a bachelor; and a more miserable creature you would hardly expect to find. Every day X toiled ha...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 January 1855

3 M Sr ; V f ..T I- " ! PUBLISHED BY JAMES HABPER. "Truth and Jaatiee." AT tr 60 IN ADVANCE Volume XX. GAL I, I POL IS, OHIO JANUARY 18. 1855. Number 8. . .. . .. : . r I ' - - ' - ' . - fl I3'a. ii lit in igi I i i ill - i 4 ! mm I hi II J " ' ::.-v.;:.:r.': r. [For the Gallipolis Journal.] SLEEPING BY THE ALMA RIVER. SLEEPING BY THE ALMA RIVER. BY MARY A. REEVES. L Sleeping by the Alma river. Cold and low ; Sleeping, and to waken never; "T" ' Woe, woe, woe! "Oniy God! can this be so, -Can it be that be lies low, '. By the Alma river! Standing by the Alma rirer, Standing where ' . Warfare's wing with fatal quiver ... .Shook the air; . . Where in slaughter's gory hair Twined the black wreath of despair, : ,j By the Alma rirer. : . Dying by the Alma rirer. He, my own. ' ' Backed with pain, and parched with fever, And his moan ' ' If one to hear save those who groan With an anguish like his own, . By the Alma rirer.. ; Sleeping by the Alma rirer, Pale and dead; -Darlings ye with cold ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 January 1855

THEJOURNAL. . IDRM An PUBLISHED BT UMEI HABPEB. -. JtWMtl SO in advance; ft 00 the end of the yew. , -CiALMPOLI. Tecesdav, -. - JAS. 18, 1855 , SHOoniro Amir. Hilard H. Ormi bee shot Thomas Jennings, in front of tke National ; theatre, in Cincinnati, on Saturday evening last. " It appeara thai Jennings had boasted in public of hay fag seduced the wife of Ormsbee, who has been married only about four weeks, and upon the latter hearing of the boast Jennings had made, proceeded at once to hare an explanation from him. He found Jennings at the theatre and took Bim to one side.'and asked him if he Bad boasted in public of having seduced his wife. He was smilingly told by Jennings that he had, whereupon-Orms-bee drew a pistol, placed it to Jennings' face and fired. The ball shattered his nose, tore his face badly and lodged in his head. Jennings was sensible aH day Stm Jay, and his physician has some hope of his recovery. We think he deserved all he get. - Mas Avhstte I it ex. We had the ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 January 1855

GALLIPOLIS MARKET. Wednesday, Jan. 17, 1855. Wednesday, Jan. 17, 1855. CORRECTED WEEKLY, BY K. DELETOMBE & CO. n, 8 000 OO CmKal, " 75 Wheat, 1-401 50 Bacon, , 8210 CVY7 '- 60 Ooffee.sack, . 1011 oS? ' 35 IT. 0. Sugar. - 5u6 Flaxseed, -195Lof do., 10U Onion. 50 Rice, .- 66 -Peaches 1 Ml T. Hyson, 25 to 75 " Lard, krg, - ' 8d Imperial, 50 to 1 00 Feathers, 40 j Gunpowder, 50 to 75 Bag,-- - 3BejrIro, 4to0 Ginseng, Mllfails, ' 5 to 6 Beet wax, - ' 20LardOil, 801 00 Butter, ' 15 Linseed Oil, 90(91 00 Egg. : - 10 Whiskey, 0000 Cheese,- 68 Bed Beans, 1 25 Chickens, 1 001 50 White " 1 250 00 Salt, per bushel. 50i . CINCINNATI MARKET. January 13, P. M. Flow The only sales reported to day wai 80 brls at t7 60; pnces range from 7 60 to $7 70 for good brands. -Received daring the last 84 hours, 1, 676 brls. . Provisions We did not hear of a sale of any article to-day. . The mar ket remains dull and inactive. Hogs The weather has undergone a favorable change, and holders are firmer im their...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 18 January 1855

frn to the seat of war, where bably soon" find grare, end of lis dissatisfaction, which t being national scandal, will Jthhim. Tbe probability is I thoroughly", disgusted with rtener f Lord Raglan. , t a hero. In the bat' V threw liimaolf nn tlia Wi: "I am friirhted. Raglan sent him kbaUle be was ex- .himself by bis dice might be 1 manner. sent by l : Court u used . to indaee V frf "Tii ipdignatlon, 18 as follows: minor and. as it i .7 ' jray Ms.- i ' . . , - VUJ (From the London cor., of the Boston Post, Jan. 3.) Dake of Cambridge Crazy—His Queer Conduct on the Field of Battle—Nepatism in the British Army. LONDON, December 15, 1854. The .last -steamers may . hare , taken out some rumor, regarding the Duae 4 n , j ? u5 . v. ;... l. 1 of Cmbndge wh,ch were then just be- ginning to be current. As they nave now ; assumed an intelligible ''form, though not publicly repeated, "and as the Duke haa left the army invalided, it may be interesting to state what they are. The Dake's appointmen...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 January 1855

if ill! 01 "JO,; ?Y-.s. I I "CIV i . 1 5 1 . if rT ::' ': I'"'.'. . '-' . . . r ;. .. . 11 .hU IJ-J;i -J. n.- w -.?. : V;i! .-.toi!n'vj: ",:! vr-7 rj l.f ,WH W !l --well .'H'f - haJ !slt 7 I bs-.' . t&BUSIIED BYrAUES HARPER. .it t ,.ji.T"-i r.i r iVblume - XX . GATIIi I P OJL I -.S'.V.) Q qT02,JN OA R 25v 1 H 5 5 T'r .Number 9 "' ; r j LOCKS OF HAIR. The foDoTine stanu appere3 a tew jn Kgo in the poet s comer or m Canadian Dewa fMpei. .ITc think that all vha xead them will at onoe praaoaoce then 1rKth : of preterra- nj; .., rv . m.,.'.;..;o .iXoav'e often beard 4 promise, Tre -rf f Pne day t tell you wher ' Ahd from vhat treasureiheadul shred .', f J These brasured lorki of hair.' . -' " - 4 .f: VTell. Bfw the time has Come at last; --.' ' Your birthday festival, .; !i ;;.."; .'Baa blithely eome and swiftly pass'd, . , , !' And Ton phalli now fheraalL ' j,Twelr yean have fleeted ainee I bow'J, . -. In tearlexa prief, my knee . . , ,T 'Beideourdyin8ire,and Tow'd ' ' "rf j A paren...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 January 1855

THE JOURNAL. ISITID AHU mUlDU ST, JAMBS HABFSft, yAt f 1 50, MYambfjr in advance, V JAN. 25, 1855 . ItiTWiT or Boors. TA Pilgrim' Progret. John Banyan, the author of 4his wonderful book, h'ved during She ' ' uroflisrate and .- nersecating ' rehrn of ..Charles IL when the lava forbade the : preaching ef the Gospel and the vor- ship of God in any manner differing ; from the Episcopal or established usage; tin J when meg were punished with im ."prisoiHnent, confiscation and death, for preaching without the surplice, and ' praying in tbe woods without-a prayer . boot, cut though am abounded, it did '&oC abound alone; for in the same age ywitn the "immortal dreamer," lired .Hilton, Baxter, Owen and John How, and a host of worthies, whose names Vill be dear tolhe christian church to the end of time. . ' , Banyan was bred a humble artisan, and in his youth was a very wicked man; but being like Pari a "chosen yes sel" to. bear the unsearchable riches of Christ to .the world, be was conv...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 January 1855

INCREASE OF CASH CAPITAL INCREASE OF CASH CAPITAL TO HALF A MILLION OF DOLLARS --...:.-... W : i e TEE uEJa AlH3tftAvBu, jianiora, -4 Conn., having complied with the law -to regulate Insurance Agencies of Oompania i T.tortxwtod by other States. passed May K 4654 joblish the following, as required the r .ibr," The original Btatmnnt being on ci ta "tbe State Auditor's office, with s duplicate ' -with the Clerk. of Common Pleas,-County ' " ' BY STATE AUTHORITY STATEMENT . : The name of the Corporation is JtaI avaAMB Covrasr, located at Hartford, Con, -. neetient. .. " - ' - - '. - The Capital is Fire Hundred Thousand Dollars, and is paid np. . ; The Aasete of the Company are: Cash on hand, ia Bank, and ia .: : '. the hands of Agents or other - , -. ; , . persoos, : ... $213,505 06 Real estate nnineombered, . 16,673 05 78 If ortgage Bonds, 6 and 7 per ' - cent, interest parable semi aa- , naallv.- .'. 79 000 00 Debts due the Company secured by Mortgage, 7,313 17 Bills Xeeetvable. amply ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 25 January 1855

THE INDIANA BANK CONVENTION. THE INDIANA BANK CONVENTION. THE FREE BANKS CLASSIFIED, AND THE AGENCY ESTABLISHED. TABUSHED 'tu Some irtua 'tube 'was neet&s&rv flifcsrfy the banks according to the of their securities, as now presented the State.Aadi(dr,ft?ocflA.?'yVJfc ination has been cample t,ibeckssifi catioa made, and W.' PiPauw aad .John D. Defrees, Jae bees appeHntad agents of the Bankers' Association. In a circular which '.tliee' geallemeo hare issued, thev announce that the agency will be ready by the 1 3th in to go into operation, and- thafc tJiey . in tend Jaithfully to carry, out wo wio of the convention. to-wiU iftmgv froinvcirculation all suspended and broken bank paper, and to supply its place, wi' good, setrenf specie -pay ing eurrenbv: "to facilitate 'the 'latter, 'the agency contemplateyel as early a day as- possible, to check on New York for all specie-paring, par bank paper, at satisfactory prices. ""( 'j .Classification of Indian. Free Banks, rHiadei.ly Com...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 February 1855

v . . - - -" . ' - '- . . ' 111 1 k . . ..r 11 llillWl SI III. ' ill Ulf U; III CI r Ifl . 1 . PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. a ''Truth and Justice. - : 1 ; AT tl 50 IN ADVANCE Volume XX. ;GA LLII OL IS , O II I O , FE BRUAR Y 1 . 1 5 5 . Number 10 [From the Home Journal.] YOUR HAND I TAKE IN MINE. BY GEORGE P. MORRIS. Tour hind I tAte In mine, 'Willie, ' . -And Hnej I've the mrt To read, white paring on ytmrfaee, . The reeotda rf your heart; -Tig jar an honest man to hold, . Thai gem of modest worth, '. By me more prised than all the eold -Of all the mines of earth, Willie, ' Of all the mines of earth. - - . lre marked your lore of right, Villie, Tour prood disdain of wronp; I know yoa'd rather aid the weak Than battle for the strong. t The golden rule religion's stay "With constancy pursue, Which renders others all that they - Can erer render you, Willie, Can erer ren der you. - - A conscience roid of guile, Willie, A disposition kind, -' A nature, gentle and sincere - ' Accomplished ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 February 1855

THE JOURNAL. EDITS ADD rtTBUSBXt BT JAIttSS HA&FEB, j3TAt 91 50, invariably is advance. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY, FEB. 1. 1855 - Booa Noticss. Evidence of Propke- eyx by Rev. A. Keith. The Bible i man, by Gardiner Spring, 2. D. Cause end Cure of Infidelity, by Rev. David Kelson. These boots are of the same general character, as they are all de signed to illustrate the dirine origin- of (he Scriptures; but the arguments and modes of reasoning in each, are widely different .''' The former, as - might be inferred from, its title, gathers up many of the most important predictions of the Bible, and shows from history that they have literally and minutely fulfilled; and thence deduces the argument that the Bible must be divine, because no one but Godeouid foretell or foreknow these events.- Dr. Spring considers the Bible as a production too vast and too pure to have eraenated from .the human mind and as suited to the moral and spiritual wants of the race, to a degree which ab solutely pro...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 February 1855

, BOAS .NOTICE, i Jit' w,ll h ntiatdi to the Gommia- A tteenof ia county attaefrstated ot ue roao. cobiiuj v - . , Huntington township, as follows: Jommencing at tr school house near Daniel Polley'e, and araia intersecting .the eld root, where the fends of Daniel Folley, George Thompson and John Wallie comer, atd making the following intermediate poinU, to-wit: following the road leading from Wilkeville to Bidgwav's, to the aoath lineof the lands of Oeorge 1 nompeon, thence weat with laid line to the aforesaid ter minating point. February 1, l855. . NEW RAISINS. ; TT'ORTY boxes layer Raisins; - J? 25 boxes bunch Raisins, 20 half boxes bunch Raisins; -'.. 20 quarter boxes bunch Raisins; for sale at wholesale or retail by . HENKING k CADOT. February 1, 1855. ,.- FOR FARMERS PARTICULARLY. FIFTY bushels Clover seed; , 50 bushels Timothy seed; SO bushels Herd Grass seed, (Red Top; SO do ' English Blue Grass seed; 10 3o Kentucky do ' do.; 5 ' do- Osage Orange seed; in boxes assorted Garde...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 1 February 1855

. IfiiruRis. Ye bawrfa Words to say on a satct which is genersJljr td c J to be important, out woicn is wo little understood, to-wit. the absolute necessity of sustaining soils subjected to tillage by the application of appro priate fertilizing agents.- Every mate rial, -which added to the soil, tends to fertalize it, is properly classed among manures. They are properly divided into organic and inorganic; the first em bracing animal and vegetable substances which have an- appreciable quantity of nitrogen; the last, och as are pureiy mineral or earthly, and which contain no nitrogen. A modern writer asserted that all fertile soils must hare not less than fifteen, and more, probably sixteen elementary sub'iances in various com binations. All the ordinary plants con tain potash, soda, lime, magnesia, alumi na, silica, oxide of manganese, sulphuric acid, phosphoric acta, chlorine, and fre quently iodine; each of which, except tje last two, are in combination with oxygen.', In addition t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 February 1855

jl& rtfr- i '- 4r naif r..- pJ4P ill- J PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. ".Truth and Justice." . . AT tl 60 IN ADTANC ; . . - - . --- ... - .i, , - - . , Volume XX. GALL I POL IS, OHIO, FEBRUARY 8. 1855. Number; 11. 0"We regret exceedingly the publication of the Poem that baa given offence and called forth the following letter from the gifted In LrvncosTox. The Poem alluded to u han ded na for publication by a young female friend and, like -oureelf, great admirer of the author, through a kindly motive. Bat the date attached bj the compositor, without oar knowledge or consent, who took the respon sibility upon himself, (a thing we never per mit,) and by us overlooked in leading proof. We take the censure upon ouraelf, and hope this explanation will prove satisfactory. We thank Ida for the compliment ehe pay na, and shall expect a continuance of her favors to the Journal: En. [For the Gallipolis Journal.] COAL'S MOUTH, January, 28, 1855. Ma. Harpzk. Dear Sir: I have just re ceived your ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 February 1855

.THE JOURNAL. - DTr D WTBU8HIB BY " JAM23S ITiHPEB. jtSTAtSl- 60, kwariaDly in advance. GLI,II'OLI. 1HTRSDAT,' FEB. 8, 1855 "' While circulating among the pub lic officers of the county the other day, .we gathered a few items of news from th Auditor's office which we gladly lay "before our readers. The net amount "collected on the Duplicate of 1854, for all purposes,w 030,284.49.62, of which sum the State's proportion is 113,679. 39.23, and the balance will fall to coun ty, townships, school districts and cor poration. . Included in the sum of $13,679.39. '28 going to the Stole, is the sum of 95,729.55.62, the entire amount paid into the State treasury by this county. lor the support of the eommon school system, and the amount drawn out of the State treasury for the same year for the support of common schools in this eounty, is $10,280.20.00, exclusiTe of the mm of $383.55.00 received as in terest on moneys arising from the sales "of Section 16. It will also be borne is mind that sa...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 February 1855

. C ' SHERIFF'S SALE. ... - v .L.jtu n the command of several Trite ' 1 of vend) exponas to me directed from the Court of Common j leaa m uaui counij, Vill expose to public sale at the eourt koose in .- Gailipolis, on the 12th day of March) 1855, at . o nvlm-k P. M- on aaid day. the following , real estate, to-wit: Lot So. SI in the Town of rVntreriHe. Gallia county: also 110 acre of land in the southwest quarter of Section So. .10, being all of said quarter except fifty acre off the aonth aide; also forty acrea being the west half of the east half of the southeast quarter of Secton No. 9; also forty acres being the sooth vest Quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section No. 9; and also twenty acres off of .the south end of the west nail of tne nortn ' ut nnrty of Section No. 9, being In Town- . ship No. 6, of Ranee No. 16, in said County of Gallia, and State oi vmo. xeviea. upon as we property of Thomas G. Bigelow at the rait of Lewis Dans, Henry H. Heal and others. Ap praised as fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 8 February 1855

Tmc&M Gkxatsxu or ocm Cochtst. The. Tsinrlnn Oirict:pn OhrirT jakes the following Impressive predie- war, ooupiea wiuh intelligent Yiew f the source of our prospcritj: "America, like in entrle on the Andes sits and surreys with calmness sod self satisfaction the straggle in the great Yalley of the world beneath.' -And while other nations are exhausting them selves in the strife, she is accumulating Wealth and power, which, in time, un less some mighty revolution dash in pieces the whole framework of her so-: cietv. must make her the mistress of. the world. - Some of the statistics of that vast em Dire, as exhibited in a con temporary - periodical, Blackwood, al most transcended all the dreams of en thusiasm. "Nothing that approaches in a paral lel to this statement, is to be found in the history of the world. . And to what. snder.divine Providence, does America owe this progress? Partly, no doubt, to the energy of her Saxon spirit; part ly to the piety of many of her original se...

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