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Delaware State Reporter (Newspaper) - August 18, 1854, Dover, Delaware f w STATE VOLUME 3. FRIDAY AUGUST 18, 1854. NUMBER 49. THE DELAWARE SKATE REPORTER BT W. S. At Ike ml Ike State Oeb HAVING been in successful operation since the 1st of 1853, constantly ing in the can no longer be considered airy tat it has won its way into achieved for habitation it BT LAWS OF An Act to tie r TB R. C- the WAS entertained at we often expressed der that there no paper the y were started it from its central possess advantages over all other papers in the State which none other Glenwood Cemetery in and to sne and be sned court liw or then have become j. j Success his been the reward of aD onr The STATE is not and rill be the or organ of any Selected TWO WATS TO IHK Of and their system ramifies into every and relation of swearing to support brother before all i affl taut vac Borne fondness sects 1fc smaH flaws Sam Wha ia m Oe mmd TUtt of the fearless and the faithful principles contained in the OF 1S-30, And on all National it stands boldly and on the Baltimore Platform DEMOCRACY OF 1852. For its chief aim it has the mud the j Pram of the Democratic Party of In its SEWS department it will not be behind any other Delaware What the mails aad oar exchanges do not afford in i T H oat tbe object of this act. SEC. 2- fc She affairs of fee said sWl be ed by a president and shaH be elected bv a votes of managers to fin aad hare to lay out ami tbe remove and aSter old and erect new to lay OT pose of burial to aD A summary of the FOREIGN SEWS given in onr issues after the antral of i by mail and the telegraph from every section of tbe l 4GRICULTGR3L for tbe benefit of the win be ia every issue of the SEWS TOE MARKETS will receive and attention when a and reliable report will be rules and as for the tits for the of to the for and the evidence thereat 3n aS Political and Poetical original from the best periodicals and and newspapers in fte i to in aD 1 Tbe of Delaware do to keep in view the that in this tbe I capital of the where the is tbe t jH PARTY and sD PUBLIC of STATE are accustomed to and being on the we are enabled to give a report it most be remembered that tbe VAXE STATE is Tke Paper the and for te to one vote each share 3mn or S- fc S iSa capital stock of saad shall ibe seated by two shares tf divided the to their in sach 35 tbe SEC. 4. S JDS shall be opened said prated to tbe purposes cf a of the oaths and principles of the of Know The candidate is first by f ber of the to die without his Three negative votes black batts If he is secretly re- quested to present himself in the ante-room rf tbe when aa officer appears from within and administers to him the following solemnly upon this sacred before Almighty God and these that I not di- any question proposed to me whether become a member of this Order or and that I will never under any mention the name of any person I may see present daring any of tae or that 1 know such an to be ia and that I will an- swer make to every question asked of me being seriously taken by the die officer proceeds to propound the before reporting to the Council his fitness for initiation r L is your name 2." What is S- Where is your 4. your belief are you a Roman Catholic 5. Where were you born 6. 7. Where were year grand parents 8. Did of ancestors take a part in the American 9. Are you willing to use the influence you possess in favor of native bora American for aD offices of or profit in the gift of the and do yon promise to vote them to the exclusion of all aliens and Boman Catholics in Base die greatest j all or government 10- Who invited you to be present ize said or opened as 5- or remove any you answers are satisfactory the of the who administers the oath ia tbe first voluntarily and freely do fe and before Almighty It God and these around me I I under any or make known or either directly or in nut or 1 or tere or dzL t or sxy or within I sfi seem to or if within THREE IF Our subscribers may implicitly rely on onr constant endeavors to enhance the of oar in accordance with oar desire to make it all times a- welcome visitor to the the and Private tetters please be addressed to us personally and marked Letters on or containing tions or will be addressed to THE REPORTER JOB SECOND STOST and my name pasted and circulated j throughout the Councils of the traitor and perjurer to both my of this the four last in tion first be 2 lots in said shiB ie deKs of tbe 5iie of tbe company TO ihe to or r business transaction one at of scorn shall ever be promise that if I be expelled or tke i from time to j inston reports of aQ in same to be if within my power to pre- vent the And I furthermore promise and swear ihst I will always to the will of the majority of the members of in the selection of candidates .to fill every office of profit or trusty within the gift of the people j provided shall have been born of American on American and shall hare been in American and that I will use all the influence I may possess to elect all such candidates whom I may know to be opposed to all foreign Jesuitism and without any hesitation on my part And I furthermore promise and swear that I will strictly conform to and abide by the oath I have now and that I will strict pay to the ritual and edicts of the honorable Grand Council of this of tte State and to the of Council No. to which I now or to those of any other Grand or Subordinate Council from which I may hereafter binding myself under the no less penalties than are attached or belong to those who violate the oath of the first degree of this All the foregoing I voluntarily and freely sub- scribe to of my own free will and so held me This candidate is also led off to the Judge and afterwards to the but ther speeches and lectures are not in- here for want of OBLIGATION THIRD kneeling before my left hand upraised towards my right hand grasping the flag of my tive of my own free will and do solemnly and sincerely declare and swear that I will never communicate any of the secrets of this degree to son or persons in the except within the body of a legally organized Council of this or to a known brother of this and not unto nor unto until I am well assured that they are just and who are legally tled to receive the I also promise and swear that I will due obedience pay to the laws and of the Grand Council of the State of and to the laws which govern Council so far as they may come to my I also promise and swear that whenever may vote at any that vote shafl n all cases be given for native born can citizens and thai I will ever seek the advancement of those men who are good and true members of this I also promise and swear that this and all other obligations which I have ly taken in this Order shall be kept through life sacred and I also promise and swear that whenever I hear the sign or see the signal of distress given by any brother of this I will hasten at once so his immediate relief at the peril of my own I also and swear that I ever contribute my means in such sums as can spare without personal so the advancement of our views and to the extension of American principles through the medium of the Grand Council of the State of His card is carried im aad admits x Member udo the It than the more than It enslaves tbe the tbe the enslaves the The bow his neck to the he Sach is the It is too tafe fir a Tbe Know Nothings their Mean to Weave not done with the brakes of ito of it. the he once he lad fount i renewing a book i talent IJt such as i A few after the end he happened to call am a one of the inns of They versing on this acd the f with the tbe a lite icon in a he raised his AxA if who it Fd Mr. S. observed a mat liking the vicinity of a his and was by tie Lord kad been seat to BK bookseller far sane Hiss was and he was so that be of it rathe terms to a who dined him a few days The TCIS that the vas salioff in a few was how he had contrived to a nine of selected foil assortment ol NEW tbe I Proprietor of Reporter is prepared to ex- j of I JOB st reasonable of which foregoing I voluntarily and freely ag fer HE kfc use so help The is led to an officer eaSed the Judge who tike hm is generally in aS to samfa Sag w i 1 m I n 9- a certificate under tbe of JUT lot in aS fee ass snrr i B n Biff m j 3fy Order which has now feet B j received you as may with all tSe Crated be a secret as wett as It b so secret in that if you were BUI Plain in as wett as State; ft B so secret in that if you were before a legal and there to it in fins act shaD so as tic sad to ETPT j Acts of i Special aad aB other Job he xad to be ised as 11- 6e ft Sfis act shall take fitton fee 3 Utaft 31 may 6e in band for sale at tbe REPORTER 1 Wanant of i Constable's Tax Scire 1, 2, 3, 5 fc 6- ftr Congress rf fe g of the in be beJd naMe rn tvr all tbe debts tJ tae m front die for v SnoB axe I fcr a pay i Era a. ani seaL and to j tBe at ties before or 01 QK 57.1K51 vith to attach oi j aad with power of to i Checks on the Baai tbe State of 2 rry AB except Fee oF to are j wS siara x knowledge so pet so and thadt he what fittle he knew to das feet of has Mot been toast ftr the rale be had laid dova with afl OB those topes titat their own or Sm Waller Soott us to understand that he Beter act with sny hfe he what it the down a by a few Sr if rf of vf ta the authority in and IT act September aad States and tc flic br rested in SK ami B it BE tbe spices ruled to printed to VOB of d Wl y rf K 3SO of printed dean vn f spaces nothing bat the yon not 5vs the name of that band of ers whom yoor name now stands en- rolled and farther than when yon retire from this yon will return to TOUT and friends as ignorant as when earner as fer as the name of this Order In with yoa Know be stern to Know that wil at all the high and exalted da ties yon owe to yoor yoar country suit as regards the preservation icon which can alone be PC and cur children by the entire aad absolute exclusion of all foreign in those which appertain After the delivery of this patriotic ad- tie referred to the In- in what manner to obtain entrance into the He then Master of the 1st his name to the ter If he wefl tiro and it is conceded that he will do tn a full Know from all the pose bin for the 2d Degree After election ta that he and others arc brought in aad take the following oath Almighty wii I that I will any or make known the MOV of or its to any I also promise and swear that I will never permit a spurious or clandestine ber of this Order to participate in any of the benefits or the advantages and that I will never or support a spurious or clandestine council of this To all these those I do most cerely declare and binding myself under no less a penalty than that of having my grave trampled on by and to have memory cursed by my children and my children's -as a traitor to their to my country and to my So help me and witness my The Judge Advocate then addresses the newly initiated in as My The different you have taken in this through its different must have convinced yon that all who claim to be American have certain important duties to perform wards themselves and to society at which duties in no be set aside or annulled without a palpable tion of the dearest and privileges as an admirer of republican each and every member of our organization would wish to something which he did and ID Ths account fts die let that he to hare an intuitive of Be METHOD rs the jovial in even midday j here he miiA pen and and vrcte his I found him thus one he nodded kindly to sari I have a VErt wy sie be wrote spoke a sprang out ol aod daid act is The Baltimore Sam has the Kefler died at on the 23d His it is mas received in war of 1312 T fate the half of this poor said a pretty damsel to a Ae other I prefer aad referred him ta We hear of road It knot a matter when H. fc that it B a regular The tak for hni ia is made from the leaves and seeds of aad and darkest can fee i A a a ruins a A Some sters m and brass of rf I may know to to OHf r. I and that I win neither or j ing an a TWT yac the or thr or mv of he nf colon if to Ow w cafl of may be to those who have and rf Ordf r I -e and its designs accord with the wishes of its that bj a of concerted action on the part of our we can bring about a of cal results in onr governmental policy that would in any other light bo deemed and alone it is to vain to contend against the of bat united in one determined to tbe of nur native Und at all or in tbe we not fail of Our cause is a ous the which actuate os of no ordinary we trust that no as will ever be prst tn the bow of The candidate then again to who him He a dime to the m tbe the for tbe third linp raH SMITH In of i Sr John so he left a to Sir Matthew I the author of St the year is months cold B M he is is the poesy of practical HME tibe wae fir An that the c of are Ac of the pTc to DC an NEWSPAPER
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