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Adams Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - September 6, 1841, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania At if out paid the Resist with care the spirit ol innovation the principles ol your Government however specious the From the Lady's OUR BY IV E sweet when years are roiling fast And 03 ward hasten time To turn the volume of the past To prime And then to fee tho here And ever doomed to roam There is one spot to memory Our happy Lome Tao leat iic-rce upon our path And clouds obscure the day We view the tempest's The scathing For said she one star Beams bright in memory's dome Its light Our happy Here fond Remembrance loves to cast A view For this perchance of alt the past Alone brings pleasure new Our joys are hopes are lost While strangers here we roam Sut disappointment never Our happy The on the sea cf life Way trim each sail To meet he tens pest's strife The Sury of Bat when his bark the storm clear flow his ream i fore marriage constrained by the Coins to ibe There so extraordinary j AN HONOR OPPONENT e t f 1 f A 4 A f t I t Ok I f t I kl St irt ft IT I f t f mure than an ordinary share of ji said the of lie Is saiJ in throush poverty and riches and the over T i more tlie world hun ibe What the I more firmly will she stand bv him she dining and cupping j account thai twenty rive barrel I will be when you eat the same thing was of gunpowder exploded have slid from Her I be hi rock when lie has no im The existence of a the youth nhat the in place a secret or I 1 people with their and the men women and children would have crowded the I out would on the support she at the j cases at all resemble each other I t peop of world she will not i eat to support my life and nourish my 1 in ho is her all and in love body otherwise languish j nol r and die j are ether feelings to be forgotten No sacrifice will be cases are more parallel lhan vou i have run from them hate came a de I the no be regarded too tare aware rejoined the five burrels of 1.11 r f t quick as feeling un -s food is to the body ordinances are to the j ro It in a j sre at feeling and the natural life in the will j We have bid for a week or two I a very is sufficient i languish and decay unless we maintain j of secret preparations the or still the pain of it by the of God's providence j frontier for another heart and bring or happiness the divine the other will wither cal invasion of the territory and and unless our passions be of of munitions and moans for 1 t of ted bv the influence of grace j these incendiary and predatory Our fathers hsd a short and j does it happen then inquired i men is made at different points mode of doing unencumbered the many and j the young man that ail have not the j stealthily and some by actual theft as in i same in exercises while the of the cannon thai now hang round The all the same for their bodily deem it than an rv it presupposes thai I one who would not change opinions for the sake of being continued in office had a quick mode of settling I mistake the matter It is very looking into and should it turn out j who would are of favor e f 9 1 I r t it tc i following verdict of a jury which sat in j food e cusp in shows Tii answered the master s- i Was ibis quantity of ed in n carpenter's one of these de- This a point well worth ami whining the of office Mr like a man We like to with such AJJer an extract from leuer informing him of his he the above the public be apprised that I The of the remarkable curiosities of Middle described by a writer in the After passing through marshes and wet hammocks the party at length reached the river embarked in a boat ita waters Ho then goes on to say Picture to yourself a river leaping ont of the earth at a single bound and ning off like mad in a current a quarter of a mile wide and at the rate of four an hour And although your imaginary ani no Indian painting will come far short of the real ing business the Agency will apply to Mr Hamilton Fort Aa to the I would remark it is a one and will be to A to superseded scene vet it excite in you thing of the wonder with which one tually beholds The Our first sensations when from the reeds and which me to remark that I neither desired the margin were those of greas dizziness nor to be continued in the The water is so pure and clear that agency nor do I consider it toj felt suspended in air and clung to the have to ive place to the friends of the j boat much we may an It is but reasonable to expect they would call on their friends in aid in carrying oni the public service finds himself climbing when in sublimes flights The air abora vou is scarcely more transparent than the teas not one of those and had j below the thin of tha no claims to favor Being superseded 1 cloud are thrown a hundred feet below I matters of gave no is hoppu thai io delay Il is a our daily bread but when we j patriot in that part of asd shows how are sick it is entirely different we man values peace and welfare from any administration Clay lo the you and spread out at the bottom of the spring and the image of boat carried down with perfect fidelity and with its oars and rudder looks like some huge animal crawling with the wround The modest o o es have no sort of privacy and what is worse for them though better for the part of his noble speech on fisherman they have no safety You can Ei SANFORD taken care io provide ior is in n m not The first year of a young woman fa Here i de desires but relishes the exercises of i- mon ll ll exist without hotten I he nv the before temperance societies carae j but while the soul continues in sin ii U describes which I eaces we fashion i in a of disease having no j submitted to The editor and whi i Wf Subscribers for food it both the to be easily broken iisc o r after speaking of the buoyant ith which he had come to the Session and the exertions the s had made to pass such measures s would give relief to the country Mr Clay uttered the following elevated and say thai the dale of the coin is discernible watch the hook as it and can place the tempting bait within an inch of the abstracted and innocent nose The smallest silver coin is pre- at the very bottom and some ences studied the cha Jr i itl we tions sentiment aud exhortation to his have been j hich are may fet us do our duly appet iha Subscribers Appointed Jointly I for spiritual food it both rotten to be easily broken of Audit And a Com i and exercises of devotion fingers like a pipe stem It is said that j mtr duly this to the Country u cut i of tne Above I irom our parents issue of the other ser are no I Treal she wilh of I a eternal death which KO and exquisite those of own if they were might possibly be and we moment wieh 1 they were so but we shall restrain so fish a desire if vre reSect much more the wcr It renewal truth wrings will undermine the strongest n Of the JOHN TICE 23 Feb j consists in the exclusion of the soul from j presence and favor of an all-wise Creator Jin correspondent of the Baltimore Argus states there is now s in Somerset county Md in the lower district near the residence of the Saint Thomas Mrs Elizabeth letter said to have been to the records of her family ten years old March can see to read without the public domain of the United What nation ever possessed such a source of wealth t The estimated quantity of public land unsold and now subject to private entry lady named is j 13.183 acres tvno was i I he quantity and nol offered at public eale is 102 417 863 acres The which has been fold t m i i ii a uteri i j d vet talks t r i i t the earliest period of the sales is rt t A o rt 11 n f I m make bad for me ii Qn fection and a wife cannot be too j havs a commission in 1 whomsoever shall come have a sound her mind about matters of kind a great deal of dis- to disputes wpon she I have for the rebel indeed it Is the ever J of a rebel these are addressed not in the hope of j Meblan died at obtaining but to our a shorl ime inre aged We more lhan 30 lesrendanip and company of j d d hls so Steamer had rough weather J aSU acres hour of our from New j 703.727 acres The amount therefor by the chasers has been The granted to each StaJe and Territory of the has been 3 800 The quantity reserved from pale ex- tiie has been The estimated q of public n i r lo title has not been be the pleasing and for her j that my is so for of inst U blew great em- lh States and It fs impossible to had no connexion wiu the army j s and for Monroe OI sll the which mav nor can be proved thai I have hereto t ina She must for in fur county i took ut last week acres but that f did not see The aperture through which the river is about ieet in diameter the sides being formed of rough and edges of Ii is supposed that the water comes in under from the north and think that it is the outlet of Jackson a large body of water tint lies about twenty miles to the north Nothing was certainly to be determined by an examination so super- as The shadows cast by the rocks were too deep lo be by the eye and all we could make of it was a well about fifty feel in diameter and a hundred and twenty in depth ing forth a Rood of the purest water lhal ever blessed my eyes More Lynching We learn from Peoria HI Register that a few since a young man named George er of Henderson was taken out- of bed at night by a band of ruffians ona half of his head shaved his body tarred and feathered and then with his hands tied behind him put into a canoe and set adrift in the fiver with a threat that they would kill him if he cams ashore After floating a few miles Fisher contrived to free his hands and reach shore He immediately re- home and caused some of the to be apprehended who after due examination were bound over to pear at ibe next Court two of them in ivas to see a cable's i The to se j bonds of each the others Disease It elated j ln each The remaining four composed of ail ages anil 30 llave died in I made their escape to than three hundred n bearing a of Mass in the j ol succeeded in banner j course hours after were a mob who came over in a Important io Outers cf j rewarded bv Frenchman cf the of Tony now preference to herself she barely time to escape io ice be 0 of the saved j light ia her and his home To a woman i invented a new hom wa un who ioves her husband wish all the de of shoeing horses for which Uir plea happy fice 1 Total or boat and recaptured in the middle of the afternoon was taken some seventy yards from road tied with a chain and rope and a tacked account been of the cause the it is supposed 10 have occurred from the of the wild cherry tree t has Song been known to be to j of two men armed with neat In tiry when feed placed over him who told him ss farmers should be careful to I he hallooed instant death keep caule from the j portion Here ho remained till dark 1 s t 11 t ir j men and arms we're cur When when lie ivas taken to the is very danger of their i and by four imo welts lie was then IP of a to aign refusing lo do which who in Old a d nn snu u- o a conduct never shn love he once bore to the wife of there are when of for her will a Ct force to his heart to reap of wcr such injured wife must still be enshrined in the former limes A husband nve a a 22 his fault Jo and in measure whom he 130 exonerated in world if a relax in the of coronet In knows while on the contrary penile now lining 123 who f ence the snd a y oi the unobtrusive of the nss c: the clrf.'.-t he will deeply to his heart whom i- uie second 3 and do much to win liim back to for- and she s mer love and observance the vows at zee oi 82 G he breathed at tlie where hem new he was to to the from whom r on oi has wandered A kind look sn occasioned expression haif uttered i wife to his side and Even i hearts are w the Rev ern n such snin sre r f the rf I e 2 S nT a m r e in Of 3 1 iy which has been performing a most Dr Adam Clark's coJ jular freak among the tribe in county of The have taken the scarlet in A of five vears old aail in he are so MI town are than noticed in a paper f r XX il 4 Vp Mv hand freezes an ferer are ail found upon being ed to contain a of blood and matter This is a fart in the natural of these marine productions and deserves Our informant states that a Use no Old in fur ore f to turn lie io re- It wss of iKe jewels of he IV London bears bui 2500 si ume of the fori j seized them just before tha which the IP hst war and from its occurrence A on o the ladies that we are to have a is to be twenty j war with EnoJand hope the 1 than the one in and j wili be prophets this lime at she present time no than 4800 the cunce led n who on while lhal o Iron and stone says the iron and of already yield name Henry ft ere n a oe n have been re- was in the Never de the CUrk Ohio on n patch a them lias been calculated g inst smiles of encourage re the is lhan a on bark of in the J He san hf was from Point j and had been a sailor Ti is in we think it n i Mill ai N V turning carefully j merit ran fue reference her or nothing a mind me Uie report of Mr u Newark Daily Advertiser Capt 1300 steamers have been j mer lale commander of the U.S ship of them This will not be difficult for than insincere Ii Julm ler wuh KiO run w hich flour per m he United of which Cyane has been sentenced by a general has feeling must praises t i t i lo perform Uur love winch be- of Tall him hand barrels of flour five hundred been Musi nouri lo five of these boats were lust on- ilio western KHS of pay and rank for cruelty to I Ins crew more lhan per per annum The coal mines of England according the same yield of tons annually there never yet has bren mined in Pennsylvania more about a year It h a bad heart in which the of childhood producer no and he be truly whom their innocent and will not
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