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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

"•' .For Sale. ¦;¦. .v CONTEMPLATING a change cf resi-*^ dence, I offer for sale the following property: •• '" " " • ' •' +-THE FARM on which Reside, (Rockland) coritainiirg " "" '" 260 acres of Land. THE FARM adjoining Rockland and apposite; containing . ' 300 Do.. D6.'? THE FARM on which P. Palmer resides, -^containing , 300 Da ."Do. THE LOWER-FARM on tlie Sharp^burg and Hagerstowri road 150 Do-. Do. ONE HUNDRED acres of Wood land adjoining the above . "100 D°--\ .Do." Also, the NEW DWELLING HOUSE in ..-.: Hagerstown^erected j>n Prdspect Street. The above farms have good BuildingSi a due portion of Wood Land attached to each, and all in a good state of cultivation. More valuable property, as to soil, productiveness and situation cannot be offered in Washings tion county, Maryland. AHartheF-descr-ip tion is considered.unnecessary, as ..those per. sons desirous-to purchase, -WilLof course, visit the property £nd judge for themselves T-he-farms-will-besoldrsepaTately. or t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

ffiid<&oniwttoic& PR'OPOS AliS will be received until Saturday the .14tu.day.of,April-next„by any of the subscribers, residing irf Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, fbl' the Building,of an' Episcopal CliircIT,: /in said boroijgh of the following diinerts'ons:— Main building, brick with stone foundation, length 50 feet-, breadth 40.feet. Steeple with stone, foundation, 12 feet square; upon whlfch brick and wooden superstrue'ture^-neighth of-brick vvork 23 feet and of the woode'n 33 feet.. The whole to be floored)'plastered and<ceiledi with, pews and pulpit complete.' , - , : •¦r'i'lie drawings and specifications ,may be seen at any time attlio office of A. P. ,W'lso,ii. Persons proposing are'desired to rtiake distinct offers forthe:.whole;.rfmciureI.'jnd_ysp.'/orulJiejwJi^_e excepting .plastering", ceiling, affd p'e'wsH A; P. WILSON, ~) JOS. STEWART, yltuildingCom. "THOMAS REA'D.i - Huntingdon,.Miirch 12, 1838. ..-'.•¦ 16' '. : , - ;^._!_ . . , ~~* '- ¦'.¦."...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

,. .sitpuir; ^ THEOPPieEpPtH fif U ni t e d is t a t e s IM d. 11-Z:fz] ;:Cia,r;L'ln;e-.w" y t" Ha9,b*'eriTr'emoveoVto.ll)LeFjm^^ site the .Mansion House Hotel. " For Passage, apply to' --'• ¦ - . JAMEaM. ALLEN, Jlgent. - March 19, 1838—tf. .' - 16. T^^^;."-Notice- :~ \- WE-hjveapplied.to the:Court.6!^Cojntrjon Pleas of-Curnberland County, for the benefit of,the Insolvent Laws; and the Court has appointed the second Monday of Apnl; (being the 9th) next for the hearing of us and our creditors; '•-.-•»" ••' '.'.•- ¦¦•¦ <¦,-. MICHAEL P. EGE. . "" ."'. ; JOSEPH A. EGE. . Carlisle, March 12, 1838. ¦..'-• ¦¦' - The Baltimore Patriot will insert the above orice.a week for three successive weeks, foi>' ward papers, ft'n'dcharge this office, _U Carlisle A AJtmiiLEBY/ H ~ X—M HKTiNG^ of— tiio-c'ompany-JE3 _^^ jvill bejiejd it ^ Mjicfarlancs'. So* \ »l 7 o'clock, Oh'.i'i'Si.DAY'eveiTtfijj BUmH next, on business nf impnilance. - B^HB Agene'rahittendanceof thertiem-— H-I-P—4j...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

MMraiving Lessons ' : ifor ScRodls, Lyceums, and Families. The following -are among the reasons why Drawing is »ii appropriate branch of common ediitatiori,. and Of-coursej deserving of general .;- attention, both in schools arid families/ ; *• 1. It-is tstensively applicable to the cdmmon. , pursuits of life, especially th& mechanical :arts, and civil engineering's as it ik to nearly every de. partriient of .science. " - t ....... «•...,.... , *2. 'BXperien'ce has, fully proved that Drawing ••_;' ^ "and ^Yntirig;aVelearned"i|i COrinekiott sddnerand . betferr>than 'Writing is or can be separately. 3. -A daily exercise iniVriting desdHptions ofr various objects, both of riature ajnd art, ill addition . tu drawing (liem, furnishes prnctical ahd highly useful lessons liliipellirig, Gfammari and Corfi- position-,-whidi-rerider-p4!pil3^iriore.tft'orflnghJnLr_^_ those important branches of educatioiti than they . can ever beconle, by merely 'iomthibbiilg to itiem- :...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

. ,/.' ¦ - ¦"¦ 'TSillMS^. Tint "CAttt.isi.il HEiiAiD.-iVa, ExposjTon,' will-be. issued at TWO DOLLARS per annum; to lie paid 'half vearlyun advance.-.• - \. . Al) kftWWSEMENTS noiexceeiimg asepjare f>i three insertioiis, ONE -DOLLAR, and every ¦ ubscqi.reiit insertion, Twenty-five Cents, longc ones in proportion. '' •;-*¦''-': '¦. Letters addressed to the publishers on bus!- " ttcsv MUST UK POST PAID; otherwise they will not be attended to; ; . . "".AGEMTTS. - . The following person's have been' appointed ...Agents; lor. the Carlisle fterafld. and Expositor ...-/-4»-whom-|iayjnenM°r>!>bscji;ipli6n\andadwinlse-, munts can be made..'"". ^'• '¦ ." D. SiiEr.r.r,' Esq. Shlreriiaristowri, Ctimb. Co; Scott Covi.e, Esq. !Newvdle, ^ do. , P. Koontzi E^q. Newburg,' , ; do.; .'.Thos. \V. Himes, Esq, SJlippenstuyg, do. —_J.OHV WosusBLicn, Esq. ''' dp. JZ do. '¦ .. . J. M.iTF.Eh, Esq., HoguestownJ"^,-"^©. . H. WinsoN, Esq. .Mechanicsburg! . do. Wm,u« Roksha, Esq Hope...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

' ^ - KOKIASO\'!S OFFICE, T_ ^^^ Bmtsl^mMfsd' etow llfeyrmWnianh-y ^-4r.-.~-f^-'-<-.-;^C^«-|»'*''r«l-'-'-— ¦¦- :"'--^JM>?OOttJU^^ ' '"'Person's at a dtstaiice'diposed to try their • ' luck in either of thej&>ll<>A»ing grand Lotte-:¦ ¦ > ries-rone-.of stliich.draws-alternately every - --- ^^ wcek7^arte~i;e"s: pectfully"r^"uested:tMor,ward tlieir^ptwrsi to the subscribe^, enclosing the • ¦;- cash or pnze'ticktts, designating the Lottery •will-receive immediate attention by retilrn = ¦ •* mail, and the drawings forwarded when oyer (if requested.) ¦ ••.,'.'.';.¦."-," ..,...;.;.. ---.-—-Tr -"" —- E:; W. ROiJINSON. , .' ' ':'' " v ;. Baltimore, Md. '• Drawing oi iJOTiKRi.fti.-fOrder in whichtho several State Lotteries will be dra:wn. i ~ Maryland State-.Lott«;ries draws in Baltimore fcvery ^ othcr Mondav.,capitals range' fi'o'm 10,Oppr 2.^,000; to iSJSO.OOp j Delaware " 'State'Lotteries draw's-twice every."week, " capitals vary'from 5 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

- ! ¦¦ «HI ¦¦ | ||IHMIl.lMH»»l"m»'IHi; ,'U II ' ¦¦ I '!-» -—"~~—MlseELtiA-NEOtrSi-'-'—f , From the A' itiiondl Intelligencer.' H-. ..'¦ v j'Tijt'e SlHnt3i»!H«3'4!asc^ ,'•" The Supreme Court of the United Slates oh'Monday bruught its annual ses-. sioti to a close. >' .--^cxrin .importance to. the drcision in - • lav.or of its own jurisdiction, in the case -between the States'iif^Massa'cbuselta and "—¦^^r-jt IrrnitrlirtinTiir'Tiv^^ eipleti decided by/the Court at this term ¦ " are Supposed lb be those involved in the • casel.ol Amos ' Kendall, Post"Master Gen* eral vs. United States ex relatione Slocfc-... ¦ Jon, iftofecs, and others. .' ¦ ''..--; ^ ' . In this great case, Mr. Justice Thomiv ^ — >6ifrd?in?erecj flftTXlpimorrolThe C^an, for the following abstract of which -wc ~—""TrcTuidebieiLlo the kindness of-a- friend7 move familiar with law terms than We proftis to be:. - -. y; ' ¦ /Supbbme'Coubt,.MondaV, March 12. " Amos. Kendall, Postmaster General,. ; ' ' ¦...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

Ztrom the National Gazette.. The Sketches of Travel by Miss Martinfau, a second ;Work .on this, .cohntry from her pen, contaWas'We perceive by the London Westminster IJeyievv, portraits of many leading men in this Country. Her. description of several political characters appears to be unite faithful. ivrr^irrr^'EinrsTf^io ti^ timable lights "I was often asked," sSys Miss Maitineau, ".whether I did not thinkhis manners gentlemanly." There is much friendliness in his manners, for hejs akind hearted man: he is also* rich irt-informayonrrantlrlets it-co.meout on subjects in .which he cannot contrive to see. any danger in speaking., But his hianneis want tht frankness and confix dehce which are essential to good breeding. He questions closely without .giving any thing in return. Moreover he flatters to a degree which so cautious a man , should long ago liave found out to be disagreeablet and his.'flat lerings is not merely praise of the person he is speaking to, but. a worse kind...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

. Firom the Pennsylvania Telegraph ' ¦•-'< :n"«en.iii.'.RV|ForfciV^ '"Mlilst musket** fl.uh and cannon'i roir. He liever drew his. blad«; Nop trod lie, ankle deep, in sore, £¦-. 'Aloiigit ilyinj; tttni t|ie dead;— v. ' ' Nor has he ever in a tent "--Slept—slietchcd upon the ground, / . IstealiiiR a levered rust, wlii;« watch, - A^d'sehtry tread arouud?" •'.y F_ ^ ". ¦ ^In^d'^'W^'tl^'Tn-t^'o'^ oy -Mr rP rih--ter, some'things- about D. R, Porter, vfhotn'I atjlid 6'frifrarPortei; and:Vy;iiip hstyied'hii'ti General Porter, you slj'all' n.bw hear. He. was made a tieneral in' 1835i if:" my ".'^.memory.' doe* not prove. tracheri)us-r--»raj'Tt'i»Weral-of"tlie"10rh fJLvifcion,. Pennsylvania Militia. He received' fhehon'oi' -in 'this way: Miffiin county had had the Brigadier General for pne Brigade of .the .DiilsiotiT-his term was out, and Centre County succeeded in electing.her man, Gen. VVm. VV, Houston. An election for Major General coming oh, it wan agreed; (to ~ re<...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

Ir'oimg Men'sddVJJTY MEETING. Tlie Vouiigf men nf Cumberlanil County; friendly to .Hie .rcefectibn of JOSEPH UITNEH a* Bovrfnor nf Pennsy va'ni.a, and the election of ". GEN. WILLIAM lllSNHY HAKHiSON to the. neit Presidency, are. requested to meet Jn »ho__.i_ Cniirt House lb lhe"boY6uehTbf Carlisle, oh MON- Z DAY BVftNtNtJ tltti" NINTH OF APUtL NBXT, at early candle liglll, in Order tit appoint delegates to the yniinj; men's State Convention^ to be held at HEADING and I'lTTStiURG, agreeably tothe recommendaliohsoftlie peihooratic Anti-masonic Convention. ., SIANY YOUNd MfeN. . March 13, 1838 , i ' '-•'.'. _ coyBnwMBMTSHky-?i.A_s^rKngil.^__ Mr.-Carribreleng,Xhairma'n.of the Com* - mittee nf VVays arid Means, has reported 1'-'; bill in: Congress, authorising the United. ' States Government to issue TEN MIuiL. LIONS moreof, Treasury Notes alias Shin Plasters, j This, with theJTENrMILUON§^_ heretofore issued^by-our hard jhoney-tsfenj^—will make quite b'bundle of pajyer r^gs. ¦'t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

':.' Prom the Greensburg Intelligencer. - We had for some time p*ast cherished ^ the hope that 'the. disagreeable ahdimuch Vexed distinctions of rhaspiify and antimasonry had forever ceased to exist in Pennsylvania. We believed that the brethren of. the mystic lie had formEd tlie manly resolve of jieldiiiK'ihe secret ¦ ao4-*ll-pe«.e^l-:Aea^ciis^^^ •ni{ud, in obedience to public opinion, and thafjuhey had^placed.themselves, like good republicans .upon an equality^ with their fellow ciiizensT"admitting of ho preference or' rjualification'jiecessary' to honorand ehrolumehtj-but:riioT^-wfirtb.' and fitness/'for office. -'•¦'" ' Recent events, however,-have- blasted these cherished hopes, and convinced us that the liand.maid.is.yef|n: '.lie political field, prodUciug powerful effects by causes unseen and mysterious. In making these remarks we have reference to the late proceedings at Harrisburg, in the/tiomi.-na'tion of the Van . Buren candidate for Governor, which nomination res...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

„ A .From the.Norwalk Gazette. **.——" Coni»l»iracy^TrcasoiitJ!I««i»> Mr. Editor—In your notice of the DueLat Washington, you forgot to tell your readers—as some of the Loco Foco presses have d.one—that it was a 'conspiracy'got up by the Whigs" to kill off the Loco i'ocos. There is hovrever/nodouht in my mind but that fhis;-was. the case—Wo^ma^lrilie iH^iterasyot^wilfyoti-ean-' not gel rid of the-charge of' Cons/dracy. ' .Treason! and Mitrderl .And.this ja/.nu.t-. the only cpjoajjiracy in which the~\Vhigs have.betn engaged ^ inr-»as the following questions and .answers will'abundantly prove: . .-......_. .,.'..... .. : " r Who,! would.'.ask, caused the combat between Tlio'mas H. 'Benton -ahd Gen. Jackson at Nashville, Tennessee?. Ann.— .The Whigs. • ¦ -"-¦-:- '.^':: Who caused -the burntltg of the Royal Tar, bv which so"m,any,li*,e;3.were lost?^ . A tl*. -ZThe. iVFhigs- "¦-. .Z.v-;. ? -;-F:..... .... Who Caused tlie, wreck of the steamer Home and all other accidents by...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

¦¦¦ "¦ ¦- 'i— . 'J I ' , [V ¦ HERALD AND EXPgsJTOR. ¦ .' - BY QEOKOE M. PHILLIPS. ,'"*iijir ii, r'.i '. ' . .i ..in 'turtf ' ' F. ; ¦; CARIIS1E. ... rucstlay^ itlnrdh 37, 1838. ' ,\ .1' I I, " ¦' "It ¦ to' ' £he People's'Candidates. ' , ' -•-•-' .*FOIt PRESIDENT, . yyssLi m* "jBtiiatBttB(pa»:". ' faem6cratiC:Jinttnu*souic^£an» "i "Z&idiite for Coventor,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

CONVENTION DEBATES. About SIXTY THOUSAltD DOLLARS hate been taken from the State Treasury to pay for printing the Debates of the Convention, which, it it calculated, wilt amount to fourteen, volumes. As yet the third volume hat. not appeared from the Keystone ofu;ce, notwithstanding the enormous sum it has received ; and the great object intended whefi the Debates were authorized to be printed, will be lost. They wilt not be published before the-people-Will^be~called~upon to vote on the new ConBtitution, aud they will therefore be deprived of the opportunity of reading the reasons urged by the members of the Convention, for and againat the amendments of the old Constition. It is now Hearty a year since the Convention first met, and one 'fifth of the Debates are not yet published. At Ibis rate it will take the Keystone trio FIVE YEARS to finish a job for Which they are already more than amply paidi But this is oflittle consequence to them. Their object was publicxplunder from...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

'-^----^-^^^^^z^^^iyFizF^F^ z -In the.followihg views.of the-Fredeiick Times we must fully concur.' - Indeed, we have heard some of the most strenuous supporters of the Sub-Treasury Scheme admit, that they believe, if "Mr. Rives' proposition as a substitute for Mr. Wright's bill should be adopted, the banks would be enabled to resume payments of specie in thirty days thereafter to a very great extent.—&Jadisonian,\ F- :^-hefonly^meashre~which~the""" wirpr man can devise, suitable to the . present emergency, ahd calculated to prevents reciiirence of the late catastrophe, is the bill of Mr. Rives. Let that bill'_j>ass in "tlle"" sllapT^^e^nfro"duced:,it, and the sig--nature-of-the^reflident-be-attaclrcd-trririr jL general rejoicing will be heard throughout the nation. Hope and- confidence -and-^enteTpT'ise"Tiroirld spring up in the place of dismay, consternation.and.glOom; and before the nrs\ day of-June, there would' be a general resumption of Specie payments b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

tttm&JIIetfaFMeettog'^.L In another coiomn of our paper"wiil be , found a call for a meeting of the Young Men of Cumberland county, opposed to the meas, ures of the present National Administra' tion.- ' ''v.' "x ' ¦ _• -^T^T hemalnobject bfrthe meeting is the -organization of pur Party, and the adoption . of such measures as will enable us to act in s*"^',*c*0TCerT"w^^ ties.of/ the State, to achieve a victory over the adherents to the causeot-misr-ule ^ Sffli -disorganization, which a concentration of «m)tt cannot fail to accomplish., , _ We earnestlyurge the-Young;Men who «re opposed 16 the.-maladministration of our affairaby those how wieldingihe power of the -' oeneral Government, toremember that the remedy "for the many evils which oufcoun-~" try>ha's be en. made to suffer by the usurpa-:. , lions and mismanagements of the present . and iate National Executives, is in-their own hands. T he glorious victories achieved_in ".otherStatcs over the enemies of orde...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

. Tho, Campaign opened—stand to your .''Arms* • .' ' i .',- t'Serrie your columns—be firm—be true! "r- ThelHarrisburg Intelligencer of Tuesday last contains the following remarks, which we commend to. the-attention-of our readers: -The ^ Candidates being now fairly in. the field, the "great contest tofele'cia'e^ni'fc^^ reasonably be expected to engross, in thefihterim, ¦ ..rtt-f*!,.!,,... ' ** . , ^-/-r - .-large share bf public attention.. The mote so; inasmuch as.it is hot merely a question of preference for this man or that, ttr whether Ritner be re-elected"'of Porfcrbe successful.- This is-far from-being the Only question at issue J if it were, in itself it would, we trust, be -abundantly sufficient to excite to unwearied exertions on the patt of the frienils. of our excellent Governor.' Hut there'are questions and Interests involved, infinitely more iitipof tan t. vft <* most ardently hoped; by the friends of the American institution's, that on.that eventful day ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

Movements' of the JPeonlet Agreeably to notice, one of the largest meetings ever held in Philadelphia, assembled .in ;the State House Yard on the 19th inst. John Swift, Mayor of the city, presiding, assisted by foutteeh Vice .Presidents. - ' The following among other resolutions were ^auOpted^-rfwrtm ^«-",«*^*n™^«T^n^«-™.«^^^^i^^^MM^wwl . Itesolved, by the AVhig Citizens of the City and: County of Philadelphia, in General Town Meeting assembled, that .the Administration of JOSEPH Bll'NER ofWashington County} is entitled to and receires the cordial and united slippoH of atrwho.regard Hie; true interests of the Commonwealth, the conservative "principles. dt\ our popular institutions, And the cherished-rijfrlt of every state in; the regulation of its own affairs, to be exempt from foreign or federal.interference. Resolved, That Joseph Rither is a self-raised and self-educated niah, deserves and will receive the support of the mechanical and agricultural pbrtioris of .our- communi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

^ . * »ss^~ Stalna Seprasentaiives* J Tlie Convention of-^hig Delegates in the Lindoln Congressional District^ has nomiriuted the Hon. Eswino Robirsos, of Thprnastown, a candidate to fill the vacancy in Congress, occasioned by the death of Mr. Cilht. Thereis little doubt he will be elected. Mr. Robinson has been engaged in mercantile pursuits, and' has been for the last two years, a member of the Senate Of Maine.. .The Convention appointed Dr. Thomas 3hiBma!t, of Dresden, a delaga'e to the National Convention, and Ziwi Hips, Esq. ol Bath, his substitute. A Maine paper says that the. Governor of that state had transmitted to the Legislature, a correa. pphdence with the federal governmeftt,jh which,, onthe;part of-the-Presi3erit,,-it iS;Proposed7that Maine should authorize him to negotiate, for p iconventipnal line of bohndryi to which the Go? vernor had strohjgly objected, and insists upon running the line according to' his understanding pf the limit* laid down by treaty^:,.....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 27 March 1838

¦ _ —-»»©e«-^/' Jtlr. tian lSuren'8 Ehcmicd. ¦ What do our fi-iends ^ Of the Volunteer think of the following, " cut direct" from..the Frederick 1'imes, a stiff Van^Bureii paper, but opposed to "thei Sub-Treasury project: •- —'—; ."-Its- "The S,utj-treasury men iriay falk^nd write as they please about their friendship to the administration—we Consider.tl.em, one and all. as being more injurious to it than tlie whole whig party of 4he-counlrjU^Mr. Van Buren said,, in his mes sage, h^woulil acq"iTiesce--m^ny--lne;asiire;l>urjc National Batik. -They say, they will have the Sub-treasury or nothing,; notwithstanding the known opposition of a large majority of the p'eople'to it. Save us from- siicli friends, we say, and such republicans too. "ItioniUitiiBB BonuiBT.—A youngjnahat ton. isville, on the evening of the 1st inst. was robbed of Ji,800." He was attacked infr'ent- and-rear, and a pistol held to his head to enforce silence xthile'tlie abstraction of his property wa...

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