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Connersville Watchman (Newspaper) - April 8, 1837, Connersville, Indiana can only dwell with a People who know their and dare maintain No. 40. GONNERSVILLE, APRIL 8, 1837. 144: will every and be to at tlie or be in the Pmi under any at per annum in within or after the expiration of the No subscription received for a less a half It will optional with whether any paper bo until twelve or we be inserted four limes for and 25 cems as much as we to prevent ourselves from being to wear ragged and disfigure ourselves as much as concluded to meet at an old building at the head of the wharf and to fall in one after an as if by so as not to excite After having pledged our that we would not reveal our way from his there stood what in the a aliter a 1 need ilot say it had its lull of From this delightful amidst the concord of dunken ears the briefless lawyer were struck with the notes of a this favored portion of bur strolling about and joining in a part of the I of this national metropolis tive years ago place where people are congregated called Michigan Then there was no appearance of a No not even the sigt of a habitation of Nothing then was seen state and territory the gilded and fashionably .is a conr Gambling pervade every part of the * X i w every subsequent longer ones in We all those who wish to advertise by the a according tO reasonable reduction will be sauntered and a high sand without a shrub or of billiard with scene oi rude of possess himself of the which was in the hands of a lusty to resemble as was the work of a as We had besmeared j it was but another moment ot but desolate to A change has taken the saiid bank has been a city laid lots sold and buildings erected and fortunes A throng was crowding around to has been established which has than We placed one sentry at j the head of the one nn lhe bow of each hung out in arc located on For private I tell 5'ou what 1 have had from an tic that in a single knock of a ball the other night on a billiard Lasi - 1 o this Ahey were ot an eastern city of three when their n upon this advertisement as of o ir. tht or one who was born and j on following effusion from | ihe pen of the grammarian before the world in a point i 1 mn I ir r view entirely From the Southern Literary TO MY When on thy bosom I still to call the call thee mine for I glory in the sacred ties Which modern wits and fools ordered the and crew compete witli him on his own Michigan city is one of the lopen the us places which have sprung anil The said going Minerva from the head I tain asked what we intended to to our hero in a iii a short lull of The leader told that lue on the but j and Go any husband and of mutual flume inspires our The tender look the melting 1 years have not destroy Some sweet ever without throwing down the the Michigan City Some of our number jumped i the company repaired oi | that ship building is carried on tlie and passed the chests tlie at the to some essel and discharged their contents 1 his head and the 4th of July All that were not I throw Til be j during next week he intends up ana proves Uic maxim the tea from this But the success of the poor keel for another of the same went on board the and chopper was as bad m this second Ug has now if them into the where the tria as the He was perfectly i same ceremonies were as ati enraged by his his swore he would flog lirn at any But the love can ne'er be Have I a wish all for thou a all tor people collected in great soft out- moments bers about the to wai who had taken quite an angels look with ardent crowded about our and all ad- addition to our in our to the tu we pleased to sec our so as to be much in our to tne we bid us ' j attention to nor did other's and that under sav anv thing to of Lieut. ca res will us for none of The lawyer in the j harbor is prosecuted great bosom is my I'll lull me there is there ought disturbs my bid her sigh out been good ui began very tu might have complained bout their eases m The IN THE city OF WASHINGTON us to the civil 1 then commenced giving them lose it ou my I a all her All hora mine arc in hearts arc so like ivy round the Bound up in closest 'Tis death to be our object in stationing the and spoke very learnedly on the for a was to communicate The case we were likely to tie a said an the Tea overboard jeral good will of the Boston John one of the individuals concerned in the transaction gives the j following account of as a journeyman with Western and the National AND NAVIGATION OF THE UNITED of the navigation of the United annually prepared at the Treasury Dei have just been completed for the year ending the 30th 1836. The following is a summary of the reported to Secretary by the Register imports during the year ending on the 30th 1836, have amounted to of which there was imported in can and in foreign The exports during the ending on the 30th 1836, have amounted to of which were of and as well as the 746,300 of foreign Of the for their vigorous prosecution of domestic in American and in foreign the were ted in American and in foreign tons of American and 1,315,523 ports of the United ' tons of foreign shipping and 674,721 cleared during the same have also honor to state that the registered as corrected at this for the year ending on the 30th 1836,'aiTiounted 897,774 enrolled and all the on the ground necessary for tlie construction of both ' Great praise is due the is one of the most de nee in stirred briskly iii a from the moment we left our The iees were pni into We were merry in an under our hero went to amounted to 872,023 And the fishing vessels to 111 1,8 81,1 at the of making so large a cup of tea for the but were as as the nature of the case night fifty dollars richer than he was in the event proved that the i No more words deuce of his clients was not mis The entrusted by and Baptis s at the but became had not the I and he rose from that moment in were never stride to the head of the and 30. Of my I only afterwards filled many the names of | though it late i the and was in a and We were to have attained the one talking over of the 1 vv e weie when we we way to have attained the m together one talking over the the whole three the gift of the but his of the British habits of dissipation as the heavy shutting that there and cut him in port of the murdering talk next I midst of his Such was the Mr. Gray's sending people The beginning and end of 11. M. England for and sundry keep the work for of ke money sufficient to the year Board Hotel is per and making a the incidental expenses of bring it in a round sum of The rooms and food are equal to a New England country is difficult to apartment The employed in the boarding houses are somewhat less but i fishery the cheapest of the poorest The total of ten exclusive ol phig built in the United There are some members of during the year who have suits of rooms for ending 30th selves and who pay no amounted than each while their vessels ges are about equal to one fourth Enrolled the registered as before 144,680 66,982 Chicago thus speaks of this rich and beautiful I which is now attracting to the ro many of our eastern country known as Wisconsin thai of increased by haying heard of the | and to procure arrival of the tea at the no e that if the tea was landed j pretended to be as to find i the people could not stand the as the tat and would certainly buy it. about T l make sure work ol it by all Wc used sometimes to the the but we feared would communicate to the to and then proposed America dropped this on one o. we should alarm the lead or could get through with it. We queer ly and as the that very few persons comes the trade in this young an acquaintance can't eat more than a geon's wing each is for her board and a small so that the other after don't get off much cheaper than the The truth people are compelled to submit to these 113,627 by Journal of Commerce named George live in Factory the face last ' 1 and died of Hydrophobia or not stop as there is first symptoms unanimity on the the disease were noticed oh the sixty or seventy boarding and even at these prices they arc all The most This is the third death by hydrophobia r 1 has occurred in this city durine here is coach hire for ated by the Hacks are a- having in each case been last bundant and some of them who fifty tire -en Avenue and lor 25 tne man can play the aristocrat diminish their an with his elegant coach and But these shave they can law tor their do well to spare a little for human victims which have been and two three one forty rods ah The ' greatest objection j the citizens as a who town at the foot of tiie of TO an old John Sulger had School in ashington verges Irom i in for years our plan that it would take | to his tent among It the water power is supposed the height of and refinement on the 7th of on ' I 1 1-1 _ 1 I to most inn account ot but a short time before the sitting equal to that on the down to that which is most fouland the and our debutant had Located in the vicinity of a j S pM id parties en and mortification to enter inon rich mineral a i almost every present a rkv e beautiful and bvi rare exhibition ot beauty and taste a great length of time to it through and render us more to We agreed one we would go at the risk legal passover We proceeded to contrive i This state of things would have fine agricultural this mode of accomplishing our luider any the of its grea t water The hour ot visiting is J and tor One of the ships laid at but it was still so about 2 o clocks 1 hp 1 and the extreme of and the others a ff. paces out in ' the with their ' made last to same our hero was was an ers rising bere in Mi of the The given of his useful It was natural to expect that his friends and fornier pupils would take lively interest in such an but in Baden this extended to the Sovereign Tho Grand Duke expressed ins of this -i able Teacher by sending to him tho Goi given to Civilians of of soldiers was and he began the of are stranger oil the less to luin of us reason to is nut in over w iil an is and the entertainment is rich and beautiful beyond accompanied a hotter from and The throng is immense and as in the to each Tho of the district and the School this com mostly ia n manner which
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