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VOK l ^LA^YKfTK; OREGON', TUESDAY, EEBRUARY 13, Ä
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f from the firm union ofwliicb FBey had
1UU b for them. In his younger day3 he 1 ous, and dollarless.” There was also r
“Why does Kate look so pale, mother ? disRkcd tobacc'° VCI? m»cbi?nd could
dcath ,Kad in ono corner of the Pal)er and so much to fear. When dhe sword is
theso
words
: “Oh ! tho fatal once drawn, the passions of men observe
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; bear the fume ofit; but when he was sxty- under
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ISSUED EfEKY TUESDAY,
A
journal
called'
tho New York [ no bounds of moderation. Tho sug­
AV by are her arms so small '
| fivc yc.n3 oR1 bc sinokcd hhj firgfc pipc> stamp.” ,
gestions of wounded pride^tbe instiga­
Why does shd ufisver Smile, mother
j and became much attached to it, and in ; Gazette flourished a littil while in 1771.
I* a /’AYKTTE,
tions irritated resentments, would be
BY
W by do her eye-lids fall ?
this old age ho mid it was a comfort that he It was remarkable in particular, * *lv f#pt to carry the States against ..whfyh
J. H. UPTO/i & w. J. BOWMA N wi .
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conld no more deny himself the indulgence first daily in the United States, the Penn* arms of the union wore exerted,' to any
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than be could bis daily food. His hearing, 1 sylvania Packet, afterwards called tire Dai- extremes necessary to ivenga the af-
J. II. UTTON
EDITOR.
As if she had uq friend ;
„ . /sense of touelq filing and smelling were lyAdvertiser, was slated in 1795 in l’liila- front, or to avoid the disgrace of sab-
* RHaainn
’k^ Grat
VV by docs she sigh Bo oft, mother ?
remarkable acute, his voice was stremgj , _ . , . .
mission. 'I
The
first wnv
war of tl.ij
this kipd
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TEDMS OF SUBSCRIPTION.
Is she near her cud ?
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or ic„,,sm>
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I «,oD f.h« ..fo, Thh TOSj bo co.,
One C<7 One.Year, .... $2 50.
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i ■ '<- . -4i« r> '■ j |(ulease. No,,8nS
1 50. Why doesshcTrcathe so quick, mother? | U CaSe
One CA> >y Six Months, ....
of mind eoolj bo de«e«,d.- worthy of me„(i<)0 .
ths ,d,.ntI
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acmorj-
tags miiiu ' i ®i a
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of
the
daily
newspaper
the
idea
colla-
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It
see
inf to rm­
And start as if it shocked her?
p
T¥ OFFICIAL DIRECTORY.
method of association of things, time and
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t qutrAUQ-paiiuLto, prove that thetiStatji3
method of association of tilings, time aft'l ..
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To hf?.? the quick rap, mother,
places
tell very
nearly.every ft*«!»«
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a?iiiooaTro
n,iia:
udge, J. W. Cowles; Commissioners,
Of
Smith,
the
village
doctor?
cident
a,
d
tho
lime
and
fto
of
Its
oodur-
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T*
-1
fa-
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«Km,
which
cooM
only
bo
kept
i0
So.
Brutcher, Hcnry-Hrwitt ; Sheriff, L. L.
■ eidenl
.u d «bclime and II.
P!u-e
Its oddur-
uf fll,c HS*
ctula .«►<•
„ «£ tniu by the instrutncuttflity
runcdddringHnlih.
-id of never
sick .
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hitcomb ; Clerk, S. C. Adams; Asses­
retire
during
hts
life.
He
was
never
sick
.
4t
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«tanking
army,
continually
on foot to
sor, Charles llandley; Treasurer^ J >hn Why does lie come so ol’t, mother ?
i i.d.j.eUwngbaldn.wbeTuncrcd
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Amerscan newspapers
.¡th present time, the A'»r™.n
newsp.por.
-fa day, allLiUgb at times he suffered with
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A execute the ordinary irWjuircmcnts or
AV. Watts; School Superintendent Rev.
Can he prolong her days?
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has grown steadily and rapidly, until it
John Spencer; Coroner, W. W. Brown ; By leaving pills and gifts, mother, .
decrees of the government. JSjueli a
the lootli-aclie. Ho never applied any
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now xepresente thsLwhole world, and is “ .
Surveyor, A. S. Wati. '
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— than the throne itself. Its num ; 1 scheme, if practicable, would intently
And siogiug love-sick lays?
• ’ nor did he ever have a tooth-drawn, greater
1 • euro,
.
• ahnst
. , . countless, and
v j .¡- its . power
... for,
. • degenerate into a military despotism.;
r but suffered them fo foil . out
. ol
, their own , 1 her
is
I «wv.v
but it would
be found in every light
’Twas but the other night, mother,
accord. At the
time a, of his death bo
had' good , or
v evil beyond
~ A- calvtflataim^
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N. T. CATON.
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Even in
only four teeth Lfu llis eyesight, fur two
»Bxpraetieable.
When Kate lay near my heart,
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confederacies
which
have
been
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CATO.V A: C'l/Rf ' "
She urged me to bcjgood, mother,'
years previous to his death, commenced
. composed of members , smaller than '
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Jo decline, and when dissolution occurred,
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And said we soon must part.
' many of our counties, the prirreiptefof
ATTORNEYS AND COUNCELLQRS AHLAW _
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Authors
of
tho
Federalist
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Copper-
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}r~isfatn>n for WFcrrigw S ees ’ «uh-
i he was almost blind, lli^liair nevepturn-
“ She said she was to go, mother,-—
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.- ■t y.
. ported
military coercion, lias «ever
*’cd -gr a y; He wftS * rebel da the Irish rc !
Salem, Oregon.
Away from Lome and me,
Al. who believe in . tate sovereign- rbceu found effective. It trnjr nrrclv
• belion of 1798, and was wOntlAJ^n thelvft
Will prnctice in the SuprcmC'and Dis-
ty, in the subordination of fhe federal bccn {llteropted to be employed but
And leave papa and vou, mother,
♦riet Courts of Oregon
rp ill,.,
leg- His invariable answer to the dues- government to the restrictions imposed ^
• ■ the weaker members'; and v ; in 1
against
TI
1 o dwell near
by the sea.---- ;___ * - 1 CToh wliAt tre Thought rrrwe tbftu nnytb.ug ¡ : .
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i upon i t T.y the constitution, aud io the
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E. C. BRADSIIAW,
Is it to Jordan’s stormy bank, mother, vise caused him to live so long ; was tern-, rights of the States to . protect u,Tfai
their refractory and .disobedient have .)>een
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perance,
exercise,
plain
foou,
regular
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,1ovfn mstitutions ana Itgivs from anv the signals of bloody wars, in whielv
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meals, and regular hours m going to bed and every aggression whatever, even • °tlc hull ol tha confederacy
“Shut up, shut up you little brat,—
played its banners against the other -
1 ar.d getting up.
i from the federal government, arc called half.”—(I'ederalist, No. XV 1.
She’s going to be married I”
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M ax in Tin: U m -■ F ii . st A m L kicav -XfiwspArrKs.—’»Then i - “ Copperheads.” luking
Taking this
this defini-
defini-
In J.I it* Constitutional Udnventi«ni of
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eath
of
tue
O
ldi
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COUNCELOR AT LAW,
we look over the UriitcJirStatcs npd con-
ta^y to snow that all the State of New Ndrk, Jfr. Hamilton
t :: d S tates .—James McCormick,'who was
4» . ... , ......,L, r ()f new.maDers (h« leading statemuiu-of
--Our country
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OLICITOR IN CHANCERY. WILL without doubt the oldest man in tlte JJaL ( ..„¡.b,.. it.« v.,-t ,U1„.l»rof r«.v»,»pe.S -
An» pcnoGi.a-«,
ti. r’nH'i'-aL dnilv
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,
,. , T government would
u
Practice in the District and Supreme ted States, died ill Newberg, N. Y., on . jim.
moi}, wecklt and mon-
i. . from the luu:vlat:on ol the uu.on. down -that
the
iederal
ber, at the good old age , llu-v-aml some of them two and three time tu the election of Liiieoln, were “ Cop- rover atfeiupt to -use ¿uiktaiy tbrge
Courts of Oregon.
the 11th of November,
’ J-i/"faxes Paid, Collections Made, aid
of one, hundred and fourteen years .three a day, wx can l.ar ly realiz.e-ibc fact that perbeads.” But our -present purpose « against the States as political corumu-
Proceeds I‘rorontlv remitted.
months and live aj s. He was';’.« remark-*li ->*Uul-a-iiuU-uvwui. LmIi£d_yiaiI5_?_in.c'.'.writers of the Fcd-rJUtUJ- Ile said : “ lhc^_ta|e8 <&*i fee- ._
s’.’ s reniarlr-
. able for health and strength as for longc- the llrst
first .iewspap.w
c:'a;.y JXn«l
IMml oo
yo the A- ^ralist
^rW^yir
py«c.s tin
I.R -rnm
tfo^W«
i’.cwspapwi «tfany
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mac uueir power»
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meriean coming wo. Parted, ar.d
, pC0p|e of Ahierfca nrc mbbcd ^thmr ’
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p r 3 • T T T Tf 'i ¡p
vitv, ami Lis life was an excellent temper- merican
but: Clalb>
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Lni'niHii in iiüuüüj
little over continent
half tint was
t!ime started,
>.uc, the ar.d com.
Iopj^rhe Js. » ()u u tho ; liberties. ‘ These must go together-;
ancc argument. He was
Aq.nst bttfo over half th^ tjme s.neo the com^
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forties.
ent of lb7fikf daily. B«it such -‘P^HV^debatcd U.c lcdeM>;t may . they muitsupport Cueb :other,(0tUJHw6.
i , ; « menCko.ient
But such.
J. T. HEMBREE, : : : FRO. fith, 1 iul, in the eountvoft avan, lre.ami.
« v ot Hie i.jbl
r«» daily.
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Xmd
17«" vfo bo-coKsidereJ as the very hi«rksst ¡ hi ,-'fl comfnoti fate.”
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.1 f , is ti.e tacts. The
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- ■ ‘ April,
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Could Alex. Hamilton'-^finve come
His age was accurately used by the tact
’•aiier in
in
the
Em
. to this
. world
f. any trnie
. ■ during
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the first newspaper
lan-
m the
me English
im C o ’lish
iisu lan-
¡an ' { I tlionty,
.»> next to the Constitution itself. back
the
*. papa
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Mi
eeps a good house in LA- [hatin the Irish Rebellion of 1798, wlien-f -,
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' Cftige in the North A mil lean LcotiUhcr.f. Indeed, 'the worfris-a-
fayetle. Call on him apd st e.
-. age became as impoitant there as tnvy . r °
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ai dministration" of 'Abrulianr ijitrctffn,------
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wnslue Baslou News Letter—; a,.sa)all on the Constitution, written by the . and repeated the words lie addressed
jn.l tf.
were here during the recent draft,
was h!,,(’'s, cFt> I^mtcrl onpiea DT*- d^n^ fD^:cry^'-tlre• in^uiuu^t^fcrtb.e ptBM-to_tfaft-get^le ed’-Ninv Xtldu ttL jpcx-._.i_
In his he •outli
then for*sevcn ycafs old.
a w eekly newt^]H-r,-pui*fo-lrt-d -Lx -JuLin rTmmf
-proeuwng its ad^Afon.
adoption- by tEc
tfic .
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rrigr of-proe-uring
tilb
—2
he wivsr.ot remarkable for anything ex-' Campbell, a Seo’. ch
chmm,
who
bock- 1
sritution, Lc
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stltution.
he would Iiave
nave been seized
mm,
who
was
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nn4 plungca mta *u toatroame- 4.^:1.. .
ccpt health and strength. He was ft verv se’.ler and «postmaster. The contents of States. In this work Ak-sandcr Ham- and
ilton,
who
wu9f
of
al!
the
men
of
that
as a “Copperhead ’ ami a “[nynq alhiL
early riser, often going to work before day, the first number were “the «¡men’sspeech
and coming home at night very tired he in the English Parliament, a fow local ar­ time, most favorable to a strong feder- er with. n4n.’Hioh.'' The editor A«f tlm .
" to 4-eep ‘oat
natura’lv sought his btd.xar!v. AVlr n a ticles under the-Ik»ton bea«!u one- a«lvei< al government, pointed out the impoli:~ ,,,a^az^ue had har«l work
of
prison
fyr
saying
things
even le*
' young man he lifted on one occasion a i
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tisement, extracts from the London papers cy and tlie crime of any attempt on the condemnetoty of the crime of state cc-
stone weighing 700 pounds. He was also and four paragraphs of main news 1” Ad part of the General Government to co­
i creion by military puwer.^ We Lad up-
«¡nite a pedestrian in his yqungcr days.— vertisfmenLs vere inserted “at reasonable
erce the States bv the powers of war. j on our track not duly all the war-hvttuds
• hi one occasion he walked U> Dublin fiom rates from two pence tsutive shi lings.” 1 i In one ol his letters to the people of. °‘ ^lv) JYpublican party,.but also tbcui-
a place fifty two miles from i| tnd /lie next 172L-Lune«: Franklin
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ands of Liitcolnized acmocraisrairnt ijr-
klin « tstaV.iJacd.TLiiews:».-
stJibli.-heil a news-
llnJ Î hÜJjiöflWllbn 1
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fsew York, he says:
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duy he walked back to th«' placo in less paper in Boston. Tiie
The paper, was seven-
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noramuses, who were oblivious ol eve-
sever«.-
. . , wh
4, . I m . I, somtwnat
. . bosti -I ’c . to .i
14 I . liis .. exceptional
principle, fitilow-
qpT.fi
mpnt n mm
if H"! |iiinuipie
ir i nnr>lp of*
than thirteen hours. If there was a lair.’’ Iv critical
the
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stnunrcuv
oi govern-
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the
federal
government
to
coerce
I1!e
nf
established
here by our fathers.
sail! he once,*' within eighty miles. I went
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_ Mhe Statef. |s States,) may as truly as But why do we bring forth thi j lan-
to it : for you knowywalking was a way’ w<-
sured am! impt; .med for sraDdnlotis Iffm*. cmphatiouHy be Styled the parent of an- ^jggc uf- Hamilton now, when it ¿is
ARE PREPARED TO DO ALL
had of sailing in those days.” He was not ” James Franklin was strictly forbidden ttrehy. It has been seen that dettU-
II kinds of JOB WORK at this ofii -e,
claimed that the war is euded '! Simp­
married until he w as forty-five years old. to fosue the New England t'.mrant with­ quincics in the members ol the union are ly to vindicate a grand prtncFpIe of -’
He was the father of fourteen children, five out a “censoriutn,”etc1 Hr evaded this or its natural and necessary offsprings ; freedom, and of lhe federal itniuti,
SUCH AS
1 of whom died in Ireland, and the other 1 tkr of su) presion bv stfoslitutmg his broth- and that whenever they happen, thp which was thrown down by the war,
nine came over to this country, lie was ' cr's. name for his own. The Courant lived; only constitutional remedy is force, and ami which must be set up again before
BLANK DEEDS,
the use of it, the union can bo restored. ’Fhere is a
among the last to come over, and arrived . thiecyiars. The American Weekly Mer­ the immediate effect
civil
war.
It
remains
to
inquire how party of pure-minded men and patriots
BONDS. MORTGAGES,
, in this country In the latt> r part of lb55, cury ol Philadelphia, issued in 1722, was
far so udnXfe.an engine of government, yet left, who are for “ the Union’:is it
and w ith the exception of three years out the third newspaper printed in the colon­
NOTES. RECEIPTS.
in its appiiiAQonAp us, would even be was, and the Uonstitutiun as it is.” In­
West, he lias always lived at New Wind­ ies, It was made up of quaint advertise-
capable i f answering its end. If there deed all who at e not fto are impostors, ’
AND BILL IIEAD6 î
' men!' and short paragraphs < f antique should
not be a large
army
constantly
tl.a:tors,
and
revolutionists. Abd there
er.
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w
at
the
disposal
of
the
National
Govern-
can
no
restoration
of the union y»-
Some
of
his
habits
were
very
curiouX
—
news.
The
Pennsylvania
Gazette,
edited
JUSTICES',SHERIFFS’ and CONSTA
^)C despotic principle on whieb the
It was the custom in nis days, as well as by Dr. Franklin,- and published in 173'5, uient, it would either not bo able to
ours, when farmers worked in the field, to j w as
noxtHuBp toward journalism, in employ force at all, or, when thisconld war wa3 based is abanboned. The bl.lt-
BLES’ BLANKS, Xc., Sc., Ac.
’■ take a pail of water or some other bever­ I its prospectus, Frankuiu announces liis in­ be done, it would auioftnt to a war be-1 anj joy of these ignoramuses vino, lull
tween parts ol the confederacy, concern-, us the union is restored, is e®osults8<i>—
age alongwith them to quench thirst, but tention lo" ma ki? 4 g »od readable journah
e that he
*n*ract*0IIS0^ a league, in which Not only is the uuion licit Jet restored,
he once stated that no matter how hard he; anj ¡n jns jj<as ¡t ¡s v. v • lSy
sfil
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[he strongest Combination wpuld be put the foundation oil which It was
thirsf as
asoth
ajvance for l.is cotcmporarici*.
■ worked he never experienced thirsj
oth ’ was p. par
u. ¡ in
n advance
1 ri
most likely to prevail, whither it con- built is destroyed. It was ¡built upon
«
ers did. lie drank very little wafer or any ips paper consisted of four small page.*,' I s sisted oi those who supported^ Or those thegr^nd principle, of consent—it can
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Ibiid, and at his meals l»e was accustomed andthesulwriptk;n was ten shi.nrgsa year. who resisted tho general authority.
never bc I mught back Upon any othfcr.
AARON ALLEN,
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to sensOffhis food so highly with salt that;
]786 'Hiomas EL ct Citlblished the j It would rarely happen that the dciin- An involuntary system of goverum aut
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Bostoh Evening Post. Flett was born in qucncics to be redressed wofild bo con- [can bear no likeness- tu the old qa^n.
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but himself could eat • it; and • after
his meals or during it, he seldom felt the I England, and lea/ned his trade there.— fined to a single member, and if there; The aystcij^oT force U_t!m ono“. oft r
AL^OULD ANNOUNCE TO THEIR
for were more than ontfAr ho had neglected; fathers nobly/resisted and overthr w
'V V Customers and the public generally, want of drink of any kind. At one time,” 1 leoAce advertised a negro woman L_. . tlieir duty similarity of situation woiddj jn this cdUBtry, when thev lafl th«)
fa. said he, “1 was a distiller without license. : sale, as follows ; *’To be sold by the prin-
that they are prepared with increased g .*..
induce thcift to unite for .common de-• foundatiou.sof tho^Qliau()-}!nro7r,A.''a<"« ■*.
and although I handled the liquor like dish- i tenAf tliift paper,41re very^besi qegro wo- i’”nge
:
cilities, to furnish
I fense. Independent of this uiotivo of j would bavu -Ktdb<f, in ull iU beauty
I water, I never indulged to plcako, tqyself „„nim..», t?lie
has had the
small-pox
Sim,»»b.d
t
ho«™aUpo«
if. large ..d
tt f
ii<i abolitionism.
jjiuij au-uay,
tnc.ycii spuit
BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, VEAL,.SA US­
State should happen to be the .
aggres-1 Q
5 out
\V0 ior
cannot':fcrfo
octo please my friends.” Kis food during and measews ; is as heaily as a
aggres-' Qf abolittonfsin. . Wo ennhot
to
his life was course but healthy, llo never 1 brisk ¿is a bird, auj w i.l work nkc a beaver, i sjvc member, it would cou5monly have life tho hundredi’of th visandsof brav;
AGE Ac., &<x,
used tea or coffee until a year before his Fleet was «'humorous follow, And made weight enough with its neighbors to men slain in the negro-equalizing wir y
in their various shapes and qualities
death, afid milk ho particularly disliked, money 6ut of his paper. The J’cnnsylra- i win over some oÎ them as associates to but all clso which that'war has ufuo
Nona but the best and fattest stock butch­
It - associates
could must bo obliterated, before .lltft union
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, believing it to be unhealthy. Potatoes,. i nia Journal and Weekly Advertiser was ifo cause. .' * * r
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At
ttbofit
the
time
of
not
be
found
at
Lorti'O,
recourse
would
• -CjB bC TCStiirod. Erpcchilty must G»
ered.
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be had to^io aid of foreign powers who pTineipies of govern mont vrMch tho
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