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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 September 1848

"5KSiSa&3?w""r" RVWi nwl'dtirinff the" Wllfilc- rilCfctin&kOCCUblCd a' conspicuous Tosition iti '& tree " immediate) over the sneaker's.stand. So true it is that all owldom is for Taylor and F.ilImore. Well Col. Wodsworth opened the discus- sion; and made a very plain candid and re- markably weak speech. The only thiaglet ever and anon pausing in his hurried per- :.!.:.: i.; t i:l ;. tK 1 1...1-.: 1 r. P. i- ...'. r pithy in his speech was-contained in the de claration that he (the Col.) was personally acquainted with Gen. Cass that he was a gentleman of distinguished talents and untarnished integrity and that he (the Col.) had over and often sat on the old gentleman's knees and played with his beard. A wag sitting by me remarked (hat "if w it would look more rea- sonable. Gen. Young was next called out by the Democracy. He made a short plain and very sensible specch.abounding throughout in sound judgment and good sense. It was by far the best effort I ever heard him mak...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 9 September 1848

Deao.'ratic National Committee Appointcdby the Baltimore Convention. Mawacliuselta Benj. F. Hallett. Tennessee .Tames M. Williamson. Texas David S. Kaufmin. Louisiana Etnttc La Sere. New York Edwin Criwvcll. Pf nnlrannia John W. Forney. Maryland Albert Constable. Ohio Samuel Medary. Virginia Wm.T. Ritchie. Connecticut Charles A. Ingersoll. - Delaware George Heed Riddle. New Jersey Edwin R. V. Wright. Georgia M. Hall McAltster. Vermont Horace Clark. Illinois Murray McConnell Wisconsin Watson C. Darling. North Carolina Robert Strange. Michigan John Harmon. Indiana Gilbert Hathaway. Mississippi John Duncan. Kentucky John W. Stevenson. Missouri Samuel Treat Arkansas Alexis T. Raincy. Maine Charles Andrews. Alabama Patrick Henry Brittan. Rhode Island Walter S. Burgee Iowa James Clark. POPULATION OF TH E U. STATES The report of the Commissioner of Patents contains a statement of the population oi tin- United States for the year 1S17 compiled from the ino.t authentic data. In many o the St...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 September 1848

STANDARD. CHARLES DE MORSE LbSti SHALL Ol'tt BAX.VKIt BH.AVE THE BREEZE THE STANDARD' Or TUB FREE. EDITOR ft- P&bPRlETOflU CLARKSVlLf.g RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY SEPTEMBER Ids 1848. VOL. 6. NO. 21: TEE NORTHERN SKETCH OF. THE LIFE OF (il. LEWIS CASS. Lewis Cass was burn at Exeter in Xcw Hamp- shire on the 9th day of October 1782. His tathor Maj. Jonathan Cassavas a soldier ofthc Itcvolution who enlisted as a private the day after the batllo of Lexington. Ho served in the army until the close of too war. and was in all the important battles in meet a formidable resistance. Hut the enemy had I Ttis is the only instance of violence ever offered to ' the I rausnclion was fully understood bv the Mr1 lAa (Inilmitinn Ida - 1 T f till 1 11 in rru tt A ttl- I fttm linn nn l..t. I....-. .! 1 1 .. ?! I . 1 ' . . .. .u uul;j i i""'" w""""" .- una uuiiiii; uie iuug nuu ui ins intercourse wiuiiworia. it nccame disclosed bctore the ..uraumn? ana neinm ami Tcre in im reireai lor inc aiio-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 September 1848

rigJ iMBaB but lliree to witness it!?;" f ..... ..! mrJriT "Anouier: uur oiuricnu j zai! && - ous p. ossst or fl&w2und roftw S5-nP. . ... IamIW ;inft1iu ffit. nMknjirmu'a illinlv " mT" '" Ki - JTJ K r.ri&6v J1 sm A A. I.A ..I-.lKIi I IUI1 (n'!! 11 II iMHf -! I'MI being introduced to fc.!iEUnss. escjmimci 'wW .....vy.--wiih-much nllilllli0G&cralrillk(;odas wiih-intrJuccd wto l ScnateTiw an that I am able to tee 'u&U f'iUgWfe llnjcnJ.ne.tQStbe lV-n - 0 .:.i- r r-.i.? fnrtMr.U 1Vvf.iirJFeHcral Scriatorin.m-New'--EngInnti.;aTlic C.1.U .11 1111 luuibt .v..i ' y i . - ... -i .... . .i..r...i j.waeterMJUsWwsi-fat-Uio-lwtlle of-BmikerJsrUwigU ni uie:mqvep-waaeiueiujr "fe""-'-" fSriySntta'lSasa corporal.' -AW were brolli-jotl-wlicd and to embarrass the ad.mnisti niton -tmjcTinnuTInflnc'wlIrr" God bless youTpnlfie prosecution of the war. Gen. Cass (J&icMr(or his sake.' The General w as voted against the proviso for reasons- given decclyjificctcdiu.incetini U10 frie...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 September 1848

vyv; AJ" '"T" jmn nil jpaw.j M iny a -r 'H a t rrr" x v JL1! 3regflgrVhgt m 5Sg):wor a " TVirtHcofiirireurion."Hirectcd.ttfihehT:r- J-nT SPRCTiriwrtb&ntjrroTnHlie pmcetqfthe clerk oTfli?tfi3ff?o5mncre6f4f havelcTid upon and will cxpoS-to te '-- " .' r" - aQlio door of the coutLbouse of .said county on the -first Tnesday.of October next. - - Thirty'-tH-o iikeJy Wegrp Slaves including thirteen men aboutjfi"vp of whom are good ""'hTccnanicsrcighl grown women" also good hous " BP.fvinls:' the balance toys and. girls from one U j fourteen years old-lcvi ed upon as the property of 'Samuel S. Turner to satisfy said Execution in fa- " vnr of Wm. Ml Lambeth vs said Turner this the 12th day of September 1S18. " ROBERT S. HAMILTON Sliajff. - ' ' By"E. "West Deputy Sheriff. Clarksville Texas Sept. 12th 1818. THERE .will be sold at the same time and place for cash4GG acres of land 3 miles from town; 320 -acres of Pine Land about 10 miles from town; i Storehouse and dwelling on the square and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 16 September 1848

E Exptrui of rtmorlng obt'ruelioni in Int Tn."hn;!r. Messrs.-Isaac Parker- Join Boyd Isaac Tousey Jdacph A. - Smith and Jai. L.Ellts who -were appointed at the Trinity Convention a committee to ascertain and T3port the probable cost of clcnnng the rircr of obstructions to navigations report that from the consideration which they have been able to give the subject and taking the river distance from the. mouth of Elm Fork at fire hundred and fifty miles they estimate tho irobable cost as follows: 1. For cleaning nil the river of obstructions except the raft above the Enst Fork and tho wotk nt the Tubs 620 per mile. SH.000 2. Removing the Raft. ."" 3. Work on the Pas ."' Total cstiinato $i2(KM) ' The North Alabamian illustrates the prin- ciples and measures of the whig pnityby tSe'ptiblfcation of the following: "Sound the hewgag strike the tonjon. Beat the Fuzguzzy wake the gonqtiong; J.ct the loud hozanna ring. Bum turn fuzzlcgum dingo bim." HOW TO LIVE. BT ROBERT J. CCLVEUWELI... M. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 September 1848

"F -r THENORTHERN STANDARD CHARLES DE MORSE LONG MALL OUR BAXXEJ1 CRAVE TIIE IJKEEiB-THK STAXDARlJ OP THE TREE. EDITOR &. PROP RIETOR. 'A J ." VOL. 6. KaaMaaBB BY AUTHORITY Acts and Resolutions passed at the first Session or the Thirti- eth (Congress. 31y the President of the United States of America. A PROCLAMATION. Whereas the Grand Duke of Mcckletiburr Sch Tfcrin under the authority of the twelfth article of the treaty of commerce and navigation between tlie United States of America and the King of Hanover bcarintr date the 10th day of June one thousand eight hundred and forty-sis has become a party to me saiu ircaiy wnn certain iiuhjiuciuuu? iiy wnuc ot a declaration of accession to the same; which was -signed and duly exchanged at Schwcrin. on the Oth 'day of December one thousand eight hundred and forty-seven between A. Dudley Mann special agent of the United States and L. de Lutzow Presi- dent of.the Privy Couucil and First Minister of his Royal Highness the Grand Duke of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 September 1848

jr gar - t 'i1. r mi' u wwu'.1. 'iun-mB..:'' -j. 1 1 j jj. y -. Paris September 2 d 1318. To the E lilor of. the "Standard" &rr i v. r - . Pursuant' to the nninuncement tmd nt the late Democratic ratification meeting nt PnrtsJ'by'thc Whig ElcctorB..H. Kpperson Esq. nAVIiig Barbecue wn given itl'thc name phiceron thcIUth utt. for the ex- press ptirposOjjofdiscUS'ijng the questions that divide the "two great political parties of the United States. The day was exceedingly pleasant and a large and respectable num- ber of persons of both sexes were present al- though considerably less than assembled on the former occasion The meeting was or ganized by electing R. H. Martin Esq. of Pans President; Messrs. 1.1). Kennedy oi Lamar and 11 G. Wright ol Red River ice Presidents and Messrs. O. K. Holman and L. D. Skidinorc of Paris Secretaries. The meeting adopted no resolutions with a view probably to imitate Gen. Taylor the whig candidate for the Presidency in professing no political princ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 September 1848

- - w-. a$& if &" m. odd. Tolthii was added a letter of credit by Wm. .r.' XEsiMontgomery Esq.. forlwo hundred Hollars. -With ' 'this Iw cnt below procured a press and typer forty mfiojpapcrndectures. . 'v The press was started and met fully; at the out- sot as-I wasWormed. tlie expectation of the- com- I tdunily. "Withsomb ' brier intcrruptionsuring the - ihrecTfiist years run theimjiossibibty of procuring money in -proper time to buy paper it hasbcen con- tinued toth'c'prescnt. Every dollar of the original .subscription lias been repaid'Jong since tlie greater part of it during the first year in fact a large por- ' tion of "fusing individual subscriptions to thcimonnt of a" volume in advance made by persons who had . attached their names to the prospectus previous to .-"'ray arrival. The paper has-been always independently con- ducted if ever paper was so in this ;vvorld. As a j consequence it has at time offendedl individuals and '"parties. This is an inevitable result of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 23 September 1848

REMAaKABLESTORY. 'In Sir Jonali Harrington's "Personal Sketches of Lis Own Times" there is an nu- thentlc account of one of the tnost .remarka- bi ile occurences of which we ever heard. a ATr O'FfrthcrtYnd'n Mr. Lanegan.Jpn .vate tutor to her son. were arrested (or the inUrdcr of her husband by poison. The lady betrayed her accomplice and fled and Lane- gan.woa tneu convinccu mm mbibi.ct w u hanged and qunrtercd at Dublin which sen- tence was carried into execution. And now comes the story: . A Templar and a friond of mine Mr. Da- vid Lauder a soft fat good humored super- stitious young fellow was sitting in his lodg- ings (Dcvereux Court London) one evening at twilight. I was with him and we were ngrccably employed in eating etrawbernes nd drinking Madeira. While chatting away in cheerful mood and laughing loudly at omo remark made by one of us my back be- ing towards the door I perceived my friend s .color suddenly change; his eyes seemed fix- and ready to start out of his head; h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 September 1848

&Uiwsg'"l ""T-i - iHjftj.-. t ... .r '". C ft ? ysira Km'jmwg CHARLES DE MORSE CONK SIIAfclT Ot'It. IU3T.VEH. UR.l.VE'TIIE 1IREEZK TUB STANDARD OK T11U l'KEE. editor a proprietor: it f Tl m ft Ti f mt fHnaiTlKifiis - rjrTrnmTTlT I ' f ' ll"n I rTTTn r 1 m immn n m i i m i t Trinnriroin in tt itmmiim rmi in n i am iimiiimjiii i nnrr trmtan- ii i i mimi " . --. - - . . ii 11 j. -- .11. MUMfc.llMI..Hi I UMI lfc- - - .- .p. -m- . - . . -.- .- .. i i 'Ii . .1 m f i . I tfcj t.Mr I I I - - J - -- - - - - " M ' jfm gyy TTM ? W sr 1? IV 'A r X IUP. IFL VOL. 6. rwEsrrsarr PROSPECTUS or tiik GALYESTONMDREDJim RAILWAY. V. ?; r:t: r- ti..... 7 .. rrt j.1 ifr. i . ivjiv rii r.rvirii fiiii --- w ? VI JLiUdiwI JW LI I1U J?J.!!iSir-J!S.5!!SiJLt!!!!J 7l ;.rr V ; J .U - . .. v-.-w.oowv. oumpany wuo snau construct a Kan ijay or ns contiguous waters to some convenient pom; on neu grand and profitable liiver. Deeply impressed with importance of this enterprise its magnitude has not appalled me from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 September 1848

ipSC ' s&&S' C g& i '--.". CORRESPONDENCE. Mount PLEASi.vTSept. 23d 1848. Mk. Editoii: 4 . Pcrhap3 a short sketch concerning tlimpo- litical nuvcmantd here on Monday- llic'I lth inst. being the first day of tlie District -Court- may not be unititcrestmg to your renders even at this late day. This was the day appointed for the Whig Elector Mr. Epperson to address the citizens of this county and the Whigs looked to it with some anxiety. Politics seemed to have slum- bered among as and not to have worked up hc passions of the people as in some of the "nciffhborins counties. This may in pait be owing to the fact that we have but few of the distracting clement atmng us. lou will not be surprised to learn that the efforts of tne Whig Elector did not diffuse warmth and animation through the broken H lug ranks but to use their own sentiment in dil- 'fcrcnt phrase they seemed more discomfited than before; and consoled themselves in this drooping condition under the false pretence...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 September 1848

7r r "$ ' - - Sf .--t-S... - Jy 9 .& rt IK j.rjM---'-g ' m..- - WASHiNBTON C3aRS?3NDMC. WASHINGTON ClTT ? August 10th ISIS. 5 Mil Editor: ' Please publish the following letter lrom Major Holbie. This will give you a mail twice a week from Mansfield to Clarskvillc. We are still pressing the Department for stage Service. - . DAVID S. KAUFMAN " .-: .- Post Orncc DnfAnTMr-XT Contract Office August 10th 1318 Sir: The Postmaster General has ordered the aiMUionaJ weekly trip of the mail between Mansfield and Clarksville advised by G. L. r-u. Pt Thr other sturccstions made by his letter have been attended to. I have the honor to he. Very respectful!'.- your ohc't scrt S. K. IIOBBIE. 1 Asshlc.nl P. M. General Hon. D. S. KAUFMAN House Representatives. August 14th 1343. -nQ .fKntirnrul fn dav. The mail routes established in my Congressional Dis- trict and connecting with it arc the follow- ing. 1st From Sherman via Coffee's Bend in Grayson county to Fort Washita. 2nd From Green's Blu.T on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 30 September 1848

y-"!'-'. W-L LJLiX'-J-l'JL'J ti'Afr -23uQurMiTnM fMRRCSPHMIlENEr r. WisUlNCtoy CtTT )! " ."' f August 12in 1313- J Ma Eaixoa: Please .publish the following for the infor- mation of all the officers and soldiers engag--cd'in the Iate'vyir with Mexico. They arc entitled to three Months extra pay and pay- masters will be despafhcJ to the different prominent' pails of the State. Soldiers stn-tioned-on the T.cxas-frontier aie also entitled cr'to'lhb'puy Heirs of deceased persons en titled" willralso"bc pahl at .home instead of being compelled to prepare their papers and transmit them here. The different newspa- pers in my District will please copy. Your obedient Servant D. S. KAUFMAN P. S. Semi-weekly mail has jnst been or- dered from Mansfield to Claiksville. D. S. K. THREE MONTHS' .EXTEA PAY FOlt THE ARMY. Sec 5 JLiJ be it further enaclul That the officers non-commissioned officers musici- ans and privates engaged in the military ser- ice of the United States in the war with Mex- ico a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 October 1848

ujjig..i i mtm gEngamu-. waa CHARLE3 DE MORSE IOXG SHALL OCR BANNER BltAVIj THE BREEZE THE STANDARD OP THE TREIjl EDITCR &. PROPRIETOR. -1 . VOL. 6. J..1R .P BY AUTHORITY Acis and BKcsoIulIons pssscil at the first gessiojj oi the Thivli- Cth Congress. Pcbi.ic No. 72. AX ACT making appropriations for the current and contingent expenses of the Indhn Department and for fulfilling treaty stipulations with the vari ous Indian tn'aes tor the vcar ending June thir- .t i . i j j t i . - if lietl eighteen hundred and forty-mae and for III Be it enacted by the Snictc and ITovs: of litj-re-senlctivcs of the United Stctcs pfAtw.rica in Congress assembled That the following sums !.? and thcrarc hereby appropriated for the v ear ending the thirtieth day cf June eighteen hundred and forty-nine for iho purpose of paying the current and contingent ex- penses of the lndian"departmcnt and fulfilling trcaty stipulatioss with the various Indian tribes to be paid out any tnency in the treasury not ot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 October 1848

W "9 - -: ife " WmmSk rf- :o President stipulated in the fourth article i.fthe trcatv of twen'ty-cigfh FcbrUaiy eigh- tecn hundred and thirty-one sis hundred dol -j'ijjjgjreajAgwr.y; lars fr. v.... i:.TQ T-HS -WAN DO! a. p - For permanent ttnnnityr-stipulated in the 1a--third-article Jf. Jhe treaty-of seventeenth .March-eightecn hundred and forty -two eev- . ci:cen thousand five hundred dollars; fy For blacksmithnnd assistant stipulated in l-m Tt'.ie. eighth article of the treaty of seventeenth ?J March dilutee:) hundred nnd forty-two sev- t 'en h-in ired and t.vonty d illars; ""'"For iron and t el' for shop two hundred nnd twenty "d-dlars; "-" For education stipulated in the fourth ar- ' tide hfth? treaty of seventeenth Mareh e:gh- - teen hundred and forty-two fivejmudred dol- -J lars. TO THE WEAS '....' "For ncrmancut anuuitv. stipinatcii in tne -.'fifth article of the treaty of the second "Octo- " '. 1er. eighteen hundred and eighteen three thousand dollars. TO THE W1NXEBAG0S. ' ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 October 1848

k -w I- Li s? 5. T !- Z TAYLOR-DOUG ff-FACES. - i ' The;.Vnshingt;cbrrpVnflcrit of the 'mr SoutlrGaronmunV says the Vicksburg Senti--Jnelt gives Jhe following sketch i of -the bully- ing of the abolition blusterer Corwrn and the .t passive acquiescence of Gen. Taylor's Soulh- orn. "ilough-face'ci" friends: i- -"When I -arrived on Monday evening I hastened to the capitol and fuund Tom CJor- win the Mexican whig orator who wished . the .Mexicans might welcome our soldiers to s 1 "Jiospitable graves" making a most rabhl Abolition whig speeclr-agamst the bill. He said'ilient.never should be if he and the Free . Soil men of the iYoith could prevent it an- other foot of slave tenitpry added to the U. " States. 'That he and the whig .paity regar- ded General Taylor as solemnly pledged to veto any law extending slavery and he dc- clarcd before his God that if he or the whigs of the north could be brought to entertain a doubt upon this subject Gen. Taylor would J not get bis vote nor did he ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 7 October 1848

-' 'WASHINGTON COF.RESFOKDENCE. . ! i. Washi.ngtos Citt 7 r - August 10th 1813. J Ma EntTon: lease publish tlio fedlowing for the infor. inntionofall the-ofiiccru and soldiers engag. Vd in "the" late war with Jlcxicn. They an. - t otitled to lhrce JUonllis ezlra pay and pay jnasterawill bo despathed to the diflTercn 'prominent parts of the State. Soldiers sta- tioned on the Texas frontier arc also entitled to this pay. Heirs of deceased persons en titled will also be paid at home instead ol being compelled to prepare their papers and trantrnit tin m here. The different nevvspa- era in my District will please copy. v Your obedient Servant D. S. KAUFMAN P. S. Scmi-Ti cekly mail hasjnst been or-' derail from Mansfield to Clarksville. D. S K THREE MONTHS' "EXTRA PAY FOR THE ARMY. Sec. 5 Aid be il further er.nclcd That tin oQcers non-enmmissioned officers musici- ans and privates engaged in the military ser- vice of the United States in the war with Mex ico and who have served out the te...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 October 1848

3ff 3P"-r -x NORTHERN STANDARD. ir 5 '- CHARLES DE MORSE lOXO SIIAUL OUR BAXXER BRAVE THE BREEZE THE STAXDARD OF THE FREE. EDITOR & PROPRIETOR. VOL. 6. CLARKSVILLE RED RIVER COUNTY TEXAS SATURDAY OCTOBER 14 1848. NO. 25. THE $ T BY AUTHORITY Acts and Resolutions passed at the first Session of ihc Thirti- eth Congress. AT BOSTON. For umber "shed number thirty -seven and pier wharf at angle number fifty-nine: coal-house near diy-dock and pier wharf in rear of carpenter's and! juiuer s siiuu; lor eigm Knee docks ana iracK tar stowage of euns in gun park; for completing brick bain: and repairs of all kinds ninety-seven thou sand three hundred and hlty-onc dollars. AT NEW YORK. For iron and copper store cooperage cob .wharf and tilling in timber pond; dredging channels and seamen in foreign countries; further to iup- Sec. 10. And be it further enacted That it joung ladies each bearing a miniature flag III V deficiencies in nnnrnnrintinne mndn. for shall be the dutV of the Kbsttnaster...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Northern Standard — 14 October 1848

-Ta' -.' iiicnAconsc :.-sjv - CU mum jf.ar AVhflo Kc hiid.-a pnrticli he would never join iirthc-parrot wygeHc should pursue the couwc'ihich.HiqjMind met n.-m.rl.t Thn miliar" nt AiltitlvShatl referredthe -whole subjet&to thcj.St&cCom- niuicc r is u noi proper wyii w "c ojuiu jpaaltoirt? TYca! yesl "Not an 'hour isjo bulostfiow orfnever! Itns ottr onVTinpc ol?prervinihiB whig paiiy. if Taylor is elected there will be but a Taylor paity; many qf the men who voted for him arc not whigs. iHc declared also that .though there "was little probability there was a remote pos sibility ol success. Uur Jirst last nnq 01113' choice is Henry" Glayt Trcmertdotls cheers.. Vc will not Vote Tor (Sen". Taylor. It' Clay can get the vote of this Statu it may carry the 'question to Congress. I would not flat- ter you wjtlra prospect of success; hut oven ifdcfentpil wn-shnll still have a gratification. "Wlthyour votes crccthim a monument andjcould not fail to teach the politicians that the it sha...

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