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

^FiTmiiyiv^mitir-l^^f^trW Correspondence of th» Herald &- Expositor, ^ ..':.•'-. KXTBACT OF A LETTCn, dAtEB 1 I ' G . ' L , Ilarrisburg, March 27; 1838. FFFMinday ip/ji.—The IloUle has, after trilling along (he grsslsr psrt of the session, lately become monstrously induJtriouii they this morning resolved to rii'eet hereafter at 9 o'clock, A. M. : Mr. Slisrswdod submitted a resolution requiring all rail road ahd canal companies hereafter . ihco7p"]"rafea7 to fbthish the state with plsns, profiles, and specifications of their worts, to be constructed on an uniform scale suggested by the Cabal ComrtiisslonerJ, in whose office they are to bs deposited. Mr. Smith offered « resolution authorizing the clerk to purchase, for the use o| the meijiliers, 10,000 copies of the new constitution, as collated with, the old, arid published by J. C. Clarkj of Philadelphia^ but the Hotliej believing that the doings of the convention had "already -cost the state a sufficient sum of m6ne...

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

i . . — . HSASSIED, .On tlie 24th inst. by the Rev; Mr. Greenleaf, Mr. Cuiblks M. Uom»50»,'of the United States N»vy, to IUn'msT, do'tigter bf Commodore Jesse D. Elliott of the United States Navy* Oh Thursday they- 1st inst. .by the Rev; John Moody, We. Hugh McCune, of Indiana, to Miss Bllen Ann Gibbs, of CumberlandlidtiiityrPa, ;— On Thiirsdayi the 8th inst. by the Rev. H. R;Wils'on, i/lr. John Hatton, to Miss Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. Martin A<ighinbaiigh, alj of Southampton township, Cumberland county. • i--.DIE»i.^J..;..,.„..,r. _,. In this borough, ori Monday morning last, Mr. Jons RcicBTfcn, at sa\ advanced sge. ¦¦> On Sunday niorn'ngjast, in this1 borough, at (be residence of Jason W. Eby, Esq. Colonel JA MES NEAL, fofmerly High SheHff 6f Cumberlsna cowrftTgt,d «1 VesrtrV r~ — ^ L— A. Philadelphia Weekly New«« ._^ . paper t/' ; .^i^^tB^S^p-IB»"—--" QrED H E. proprietors of the largest Family NetfssUli paper-published in Philadelphia, being engaged, in oth...

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

fBiasjihcmyit "'"We'rriVite-attemi6n-=to~the==followihg'toast which was drank-at a recent Democratic Van Buren celebration at Boston. By Geo. A. Chapman—-CitRi'sfiXNtTv anil (lie Bank*3--Tottering on their last legs, may their 'downtalLbe spfecdji F~, ' TheT connel6loir'b^' ivTeh~Vatr"Buremsm and IurTdelity is clearly e,vinced by this blasphemous sentiment.—Let it-'not bosaid-that it is only the 'tfehtitnent of the wretch who t>fferedJLu..'-i't was received by the meeting, and published arnongst its proceedings, and Is consequemly the expression of the whole assembly.' A virtuous congregation would have hurled Ttorri their midst the abominable beingwho would havfethlis dared "to insult high Heaven by the public expression of such a foul and wicked flrayef,.

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

KIR. WEU8TBU»S «PEBfeiiS ¦— .LT-t'? late speech of the gentleman whose name heads this articlei is spoken of by all who heard ' ifas ohe bf the mightiest efforts of this, great raan." The eduor.of the Philadelphia Commercial Herald,- thus speaks of it.— ' -' - "A gentleman of high Intellectual attainmehts said to us that he had resd eloquent Speeches and had heard them made, and he thought he knew what-eloquence »tas, till he listened to Mr. Clay and Mr. Webster's late efforts irt the Senate; but heihust confess that he bad before no conception bf eloquence and the power of minff, Mr; Legsre, the same gentleman told U«, remarked that he hid Tistened to all the great orators of Europe, now living, and he had also heard Mr. Canning i but he had never witnessed jiny thing equal to the great and mighty powers of "iirr-Vifebsteri-;—Mr^t,restont-apealdng»«f.M.r^ ly.ebster'a execution; of Mr. Calhoun, oaid it wo* the execution of Charles the FS»t--iTwasVtoy alfcfcteutiom he had first...

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

$50,«3O(H!!! Nearly as many pruteg as blanks. VIRGINIA STATE LOTLBRY. For the benefit of the Petersburg Benevolent! .," Mechanic Association. ."" -....-'¦' , Claw No. 3 for 1838. ¦>. To be drawn at Alexandria, W on Saturdays. ., ... 21st April, 1B38. -75 NUttiber Lottery.-—14 drawn ballots.' " ' F iUBKlFlCBXT 6CUS.ME. . ." ' i 1 Capital Priie.of *50,000 .. J Splendid Pri*e of .10,000 ,1 Priaeof ^ 5,000 .i™.,™.-,™^,,,*,™,—™i_—4joao«r~-~ 1 • do. . , . 3,000 1 : .do- . 2,090' 1 '¦ do- '... .. -' i.eii 10 Prizes of """ • l.OOlJ " ''• 10 do - ¦• ": 750 . ¦ • 12 dd' • ' -500* — 25'". - dd^. _^_ ..*.." 300 • 75 "do- ..I" "- •" '¦' 000 ' 100 ' -Co-'- ¦-¦¦¦ JJO ^_ ,.'-_125 do - u ' ... US &c; Ticketsouly$10—share's iii propbrtibn. '. Get of packages of 25 W hole tickets $130 00 do do ,25 Hi?lf * dd ' 65 03 do do' Sj.Quarten dd 32 50 .^30,000 Capital.' -. ",'"' ^ ¦' - STATE OP VIKGlNfA. RICHMOND AC ADBMY LOTTERY ' ' .Class No2 for. 1838: ' ".. ' To be drawn at Alexandiia.A'...

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

. Philadelphia Jfiarket\ For the Weehlending March ^ 24. ' FLOUR & xiEA'L— Good brands Of Flour have been in request for export; anil from 3 id SOCObB have.been taken at-j>7,5Pj-pa'rt.atashadeJiigJicr^. Not_mucli can now- be had at. $7,50. Sales oToliio at"S7,62*>, and Petersburg»t.the_ same price. .Rye Fluur has sold at J4,75. Coin Meal, Rales very, large, aiid the market lias been cleared at <3,2^ in bbls, and $16 a 17 in hlids. ' Uuckwheiit Flour is Uown to'$1,37jn 3,25 perewt. GRAIN—Upwards of 403 bualiels'of Wheat have sold at $1 62 ;. 1,05 for prime domestic, and $1 50 fur fair foreign; Uye, salts at 03 a 95...cjs. fortdomestic^jj Corn i* higher^' Sales of- Southern Yellow at.*%0 cts. "afloat. Pennsylvanid at the same price' from store; Oats, sales by the Cargo :otsa^the.rn_atj3cJs^p_cr ^iishjeh^__ " , Baltimore Jfldrkets. For the-week ending March UF FLOUR—City Mills,.$7i75; extra $8. . HowariJ-strtxt^fr.om^agona ^ jK,^!).!^^!^^?. f7j. - 75......

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

¦ THE.CONST^TiDTMON "'.' ;:r OP THE COMMONWEALTH OF fBtorgf LVANIA, .. / X* AMSRDBD.nt Tlix COHVIWTIOW Ot 09S ytBLOO-' biitD aiblir UtHDjir.D ahd tbibti-skjsk—THIBTT-IIOBT. ' /' ; WE, Trie People of the, Commonwealth pf Penhsylvnnia, Ordain and establish this Constitution for.its Government. ARTICLE Iw Section I, The legisjative power of this Commonwealth shall be vested in^aGeneral' Assembly, which-shall - consist of a Senate and House of Repreaentiyes. Section II. The representatives shall.be chosen annually by the Citizens of the city of. Philadelphia and of each county respective* Iy.orythe second Tuesday of October .Section III. *^o person shall be a representative who shall not have attained the age of twenty»-one years, and have been a cltl* zen and Inhabitant of the State three yeara nMr^Srecedinff hls.elejption,: ntid; the Jaw year thereof an inhabitant of the district in Hnd for which he shall be chosen ri refire* sentative, unless he shall have been absent on the public...

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

¦ ga»a^g- i. , , . , . Section VIK the senators shall be chosen i -'- in flistricis,! to:be formed, by-the legislature; -1 [but no district shall ;be so formed as iH eriti- , tleC it to elect more thanVtwo senators, vnless 1 tlie number of. taxable inhabitants in any city. ; or county shall, at any"time, be such as tq en-: " title it to elect moj'c than two, but no city or '] - county-shall be'en'titicd'to'elect more lliaii totlr , ¦ senators;] when a district shall be composed _> ~ - of-'two or nio ^ re ^ cou*iit1es, they shall be adjoin-; ing? neither: the city of Philadelphia nor any ; ..bounty shall betlivided in forming a district. ' .Section VII I. No person shall be a senator, who shall not have attainedllie age of.Jtycnty-; _' five years and "Kayo been a citizen, arid, -ihtiab- ' • ' . ¦ itatit of the state four jearsnext before his.e- ; lection, and the last year thereof anlnhabilarit ' —©f-tiie district for \vhich«he shall be chosen, ' Unless he shall have-been, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 April 1838

- fUMiS.-' • : , Tin- ••CAni.isi.i: IIi:nAU>,ASH.EXPOSiTOit, will U issued :.t TWO DOLLAKS per annum; to lie n-itil 1'ilf veiirlv-in advanc-. t/jfhu' lTfSlil'MBNl'SnolexcefiiKnenaciuare F„ *.-tlirec.inscrtiQns, OXB. UOtLAU^ iiiid every subsequent -insertion, Twenty-five Cents, longe' ones in proportion. . - ,:..'< ¦', . jv-Uei's addressed to the publishers on busi-»e_s ~ MIJ3 1' 11 li POST PAID, otherwise they will not bclftteiwlvd to. _• •'.'._ AQEWTSi .____ j-The fbllnwin"- persons have been app'olntrtl A»*nt«, (of.tli'e-Carlisle Herald and I.pos.tor to"wh..ii payment lor .ijjucription and -advertiseli:_hts ceo be made. -' ¦ _ J. Simttr, .Esq. Shirenianstovvn, Qumb. Co. Scott Coyle, Ksq. NewviIIe, " ' do. I'. Koontz, E*q. Nesvburs,-" ' . "°; - Thos. W. HiMES.Esq. Shippensbure;,. do. lo iv Wnyirrn-m'ciir^stf—~ -do. i"°^ j Matekr, Esq.. HoRUestown, , do. It. Wilson-, Esq. M-chanies-Urg, do. . WiiUAjLttuNSHA, Esq Hopewell, .,.:«j°-__l_ TITSTanr.K0:N-, Esq: ehiir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 April 1838

: Tivmly~l!iffli Congress. -—'—•— *___- Correspondence of the Baltimore Jmcncnjt " Our'..spcr-ial correspondent transmits lo"u8 tlt.-"f llnwing'nonce of Saturday's ;• ¦ ¦ proceedings in Congress: .-.•.--¦ - .,; . ' ..''¦ 'Washington* March 10, ) 838. - '' ---uS'I/h.D. STATES SENATE. The. Seriate—Chamber was filled this 'morning wim. the beauty, fus.hio.il and ——fiTti" H i-' '<i' c-e^o-M-1)e-c i l y;.'I o- s e e an dJuuiu. .™„il,«^^uciAiJ.iall.)UknYJ^I. ).^X^i3X^Ili Mr. Gallfoun —Mr.. Calhoun qeitH^enti--___rt w|.t o-l he. fl j or,,:i- he. -4 ^. a. k^o m ni o i ft «)_, 7 -atone o"t Yolk'. •"-""-.... _ , ¦'..,'' .. J_Thc mo.'uing hour was ' oc'C-pjccL-rn . -. .he usu-1 iiu3^cllaii.cou.s_"iii'di'iiiog'"b"ii-bi'-_ ¦ ¦ ¦ :n..sr V .-_ »- -.:.----__ -.' Mr. 'Biicu'ah-an; presented a memorial Ti-o'm a' t'iVizVn'-oT Phifadelphia Jtpo.ii the ' 'sp'op-rt of the currency, proposing a plan :: foTa Naliona'/BatiUVtlif stock lo be own rd'by -the iliffeM:nt...Slates-iii the ptopor. "...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 April 1838

I'heLSiduTrensiit-tiJSill -^iIJyitliB'pr.ceedings of Congress/inserted in aiio_her;roI_inir,-:it_willJjerscen,,i.li-t.lhe,odious Sub-Treasury Bill has passed the Senate by a majority -f -two. Jt(r. Calhoun'Voted in the negative on account oMhe section \vhich he had introduced into ihe bill -being stricken put on »»- cond reading. The following remarks from the Madisomaiv, We give in lieu of some which ive hail intended penning on this subject: The subject yvas discussed in that bo"dy late-on •Saturday-nighlj-^reuthbef (^-motion-1 p-snike 'ont.Mr Calhoun's section (tile _3d) prevajled; Mr Tipton's pr'oposition.to receive the notes of -ipecielpaylng hanks was rejected, arid lvjjv Wfj^ ^ter'sa'ineridment depriving the Secretary ot the Treasury ol the pdwer of discriminating as to Ilie kind-ofl.fu.nds lo be received in Jh'e different -branelies:of-the^iiblic-revenue_wii---dopteil, aiid the bill.passed in Ihatjliape. ..'. ..-..- A more outlandish, ill-adapted and .-'arbitrary. -f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 April 1838

'• ~. ThO Ctierokoee. . .. : Tlie Philadelphia Gazeit. bf Thursday "last, has the fpllowmg-article-in.r.elaUon to the policy of tli,e Government towards this.persecuted tribe of ndjans: . '. ' .1 If the hearts 6[ the Americans are ooen to the impressions rthichaTove of good faith, whether of a.naliqnal or individual character is calculated to moke, it cannot but be regarded by. the whole natioh as a flagrant- wroiig-that a spurious treaty,. innde by an unauthorized, meagre and miserable minority of the Cherokee-;'should barter away -the.-hom.ii7^nd^lreiright--^.=more-ilian-lrftecn .thousand Red Me'll, the moral aggregate and great majority ol llieir tribe. In our humble: View, the _(!t is monstrous; nor,can wcsceii shadow, ol exciise for considering a treaty bi<idr-Ing which was so notoriously the result of fraduleht coltuSioH"."^;- "'~ ~ : ' ~ But unfortunately,.out-govern Mien! has in too many instances if late-years, jiisti.y incitrrcd the charge of weakr.c.s'in pr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 April 1838

•She War a&ainst t_i6 Indians in Tlorld* 'abandohod! -^fliirTOfon--able-J'cs\ '' Hiv-wJio-has7.becQme_^ signalized as Uie great t)on 'Quixofte, has,given up! 'Tis true the Indian's.haye not Whipt him, but llley Ini've been playing '* Hide-idrttl go-seik" Willi ly>^oi-h>, that he is tired but l! arid he advises the Govti;iitnent to give Up their effort fo subdue and remove the Indian's, arid let them re-" ma'.n where' they are'; and the Government has agreed to do so !!! I . How will the fiistory -f this \yar shi'rie.ill bright letters of gold oh our national escutcheon ! I The immortal Jesup, after having basely attempted to ruin the chara'cier oT the gallant Scott—after hayingcxpended milfUnsbt tile pliblic mohfey-»- after having treacherously di-g. a-fed the Americftir^o^"//ru«rbr"S'iig" 'M"-decoy his enemy Vntp his pbwerand theh-irnprispn him—after hundreds of our brave men have1 perished in the inhospitable climate-, or have'been shot down by the cunn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 April 1838

fPentisylyania.^Legislature. I Corre-poiidcricc of the.Herald & Exyotltor. '"¦'. EXTIIACT OF _4 -.ETTEH, DATED ;-,-." ¦ * _ ' ; IfarrMurp;, April 2,1838. Monday 26.—As soon aslhejburiial wasread this morning, the House proceeded to consider jli.0. message frbrii the .Seiiatcrslalinglliat they could not concur in the amendment pf the Houeo to the.bill.incprppratinc the Offernian Rail Road arid. Navigation Company. The amendment tnadc stockholders'pei-sonally.Iiable.for_IlieudeJit.s. ef the corporation. '. MrKrebs moved that the House recede from their amendment. His motion gave'rise to a long, wearisome, and desultory dchato,.ln the .course of/which Messrs. S. F; Rj-cd, Spacktnan and others sujjpprfed, i>nd "Me-sra. .Bill ot Wcsimorcland, Karris and McEIwee opposed, the..motion, wh/n the question being taken, it was decidedin th' o. affirmaliver—. ayfcs.Se, ,nijys'_6./'' ' •• ,' "':.-•' The resolution for the payment, of the.debis of tho^orivenlibn was taken up,'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 April 1838

,,« Philadelphia ilHarket. ".' " For theWeek ending March .11. FLO V It & ME A I.—The Flour miviket has be-,-brn'e inactive. About the close.of last repoit,-some.iale___t_l:e_mi_le___L>r____:p_il_..At_S7' vG2i_'i_. 7,75 per bbl., being an advance. Sales of Ilalliinore, Wharf, at S7.5U a 7,75 -, Ohio, 57,39 a 7,75; Pennsylvania, at $7,5'J lo 7,75 for fair to good brands. Stock light and supplies limited. Rye Flour—foil her sales at $ .,75. ' Corn _Meal—nm-_ :S_d_r;__]iLi_lT-.--»t3'^^ libls., and $16,5U in Ij^lids. Buckwheat Flour is dull at §2,25. . . • I GUAlN—An import of 4,0(30 bushels prime German Wheat, sold afloat,"'at $1,58 per bushel cash. 'A lot of fair at $1,55. Lai-ge sales of. domestic at $1,624 to 1,6$. Rye—sales, at 92 to 95 cents. * • < • 'WHISKEY in hhd<. is steady at 29, and bbls.\ 42 cts. per gall.' Bales of 'Monongahela at 45 to 53 cts. , , -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 April 1838

-KEGIS^'KR'S-. WOTICJB. -,; Ukgisteu'h Orrici:, \ ~ rfk Carli.ie, March 31, 1838.;S. J? . Notice is hereby-giveiijlo all Legatees, Cr-d^^ : tors,- and all.: oilier persons coii-.r'ned, thut the1 ^ ¦.-. following accourits have been filed in tins office for exainination, by tlie accminiants tliereiit' . named, and will be.presented to the Oi-pliini**. Court "of" l-ii.iibel'lauil county, for confirmation ,. ind allowance, on 'fuesda'v tlie lsl-daj" of Mav, •• T838. __, ' ... -.- ; / ; ' ' - " _jt,-- '"he admiiii«tiation_icc'Junt of AIc-xanilci-iM-. ;: Kerr, ^ Administrator of John Campbell neceased. 2. The administrution account of John Leopard und Samuel Leopard,' Executors of'John". Ltopird,.deceased. •• , • : ' —-__TJ<--adm,ijusiialion" account of William Kel- .— -<:. -ler, Adm'.ii.istraloK'u.l'. Henry ISiown, ilece.ised. 4. The administration account of O.ivid Ut.nn/ Executor of M_r,th:i.Ci)w.in, cleceused. _ . . ^ST^THj-lirlmrnistrutrnimccoutit ot-,lohnHutch- :: ¦...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 April 1838

HK-ULD ANIJMPOSITQK, ;A BY GKOntJI-M. PHII.WPS. , * ' . ' ¦ —' ; * ; ' ' ' , ' _.-'*'¦' i i L • . ' a^r^^t^m^am^H^n^mmtmi^^ a^ttttWrOC^BOI^tM^^Sj^mWm^ft^MOrtV^rfXK^pfU

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 April 1838

APPOINTMENTS FOR " JBallimore Confcucncc. , Mahcii, 1838. ' CARLISLE DIST.—A. GniFFiTU, P. E. Carlisle 'Station—T C Thornton Carlisle Circuit"-.! Rhodes, T C Hayes <- York—J h Gibbons, ¦'•-..' Shrewsbury—William Hank, J W Cronin Harford—I Collins, A A Iteese Great Falls—II Best, O Ege, T J Corsey, sup. Liberty—William Pretlyman, 3 Bunting " FreTlerici. City—T Reily __-Frederick_.Citc„uit_=J„.Cleary,_Z A Mprgan,J Reed, sup. ' . '\ ¦¦ .-Gettysbul"£*-rTA.S.m1t.Ii,.i! M _Xfrn_i~V , North Baltilhore^O B Tip'pe'ti"j-lin Poi-itT^- Patapsco—Richard Brown, Thomas B Sargerit Montgomery—James Reiley, T Myers Agents for Dickirison-Colleg-—Jacob R Sheph_r.dA__:.-.AJ___-e-'_ '___ . .'._ __: ..... A JACKSON MAN*S OPINION OF TliE SUtl---T—: •——-.•--Tll-EAStJIlY. -- - The following from a gentleman who was elected as ft fe-iend-to 'tlie--A-dmintstrafiorroriiIrTTar Buren, h^Jearleis exposure of-the dangerous effects the adoption of the Sub-treasury system would have upon the business...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 April 1838

Harrison anQ Kitner, 1 ' CONSTITUTION & LAWS. . " ' F¥o Trcaslirj Banksr! TVo Clovcrmuent ShinplasfcS'sI! . . .'.¦:. YOUNG MEN'S COUMTY KEEBTINtJ. -l^e^Hinir-mej__)f:Ciu_l_________^__^ ~ \fU> .-the' ra-ilection orJOSEPir-HR'NEU^as; Govirrior of-PeniiRyvania,_ar.d the election of GEN*. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON_lo. thenext Presidency, are,requested .to meet .in the, LCo-umiai'saiai^ ~ I).VY EVENING'TH-i NINTH OP APRIL -NEXT, at early candle liglitrjh order to appoint dek-L' at.s to the young men's State Oonvenlions, ti. be held at REAiyiNG and PITTSBURG, -a greeably^o-.heM-e-Om m-iida cratic Anti masonic Convention. "" . MANY YOUNG MEN. ..-^iarch 13,.1838 .;;."" ,'-'.,- :';'~~::'Z'' .'' ".

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 3 April 1838

pitf thanks are .due td,lhe Hon. JouS Sr.ROEA>-r ri-r-^rT-iislhterestlnVpnhlic / _ - ^.-.aeOei^"*- _ ¦_ . . \. i ¦ "7^-Bjr-iefererite to.the let.ter of"jjiir "Hafristf-rg corresporrd" entritA will be seen that-thertalentedr Senator from this district, C*"»Lr-9 B- P»snosE, Esq. was on Monday the26thult. electedspeaker of the senate of this state.. ^^86-1.' - The-proceedings in the Senate.of-the-United States, on the "fimT'pa-sage.of the sub-trea.ury, alias tlie Independent Treasury Bill, together with several other articles intendedfor to-day's paper, h»ve-been-Cruwded_aut.J_y._i_i_;_. 5-__PJ_i_ljr4^ ments. - . >

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