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Racine Daily Advocate (Newspaper) - July 19, 1853, Racine, Wisconsin or Twelve Years a This book has issued from the V f i i on OM the the The vote of twelve Senators In was oil professes to contain the narrative of a i I J. of of V. S. of I'll U. of On of ef mail Jin We Mil 1'i-r, must no h his nor 15.11 -s ie e. e to nil TIM T. if if 1" tin fi r are to them by the j we are free to speak of D. ot evils ami when particular instances uf inhuman treatment of slaves come to our we shall remark upon them we The ease before us was that a tree negro kidnapped by slave rs in sold into serving years as a and finally ed from that condition and restored to I by the interposition of our State and the kindness of his It is a well told full of and may be said to be the reality of among the and so closely does it sustain that book in many of its that were it- not for the of its introduction to the r. might imagined that the author written a book on tile and attempted to it Assuming book of to 1 e it to dwell the best their It and be hope it is for i1 v. ouid 1 e line bv were bv one being If there to a ar 1 for enr column i e to if laws of Snith and abet the by h v n d a story i f to ill. of a not in for aii believe that JIM Eri's and are of is lighted up by Mr They are extreme arid we never from i mil let full h- 13 This allay ex- to created STOWE'S yet the to him and will be v. ith an- rcn iy the or in him it. the British a- it i s is i for to will the the til is our sins tor lint it nr later and i been 1 and wrongs of the of will Gml yet a- a- i- villainy of and the to sinns of and JIM to tiv obey deserve the the the Ki that -an be said of n til sins to it. te to inquire whether the the does the and if ir tllis every a his mini I will on llm evils tile letter he in tile will be for One in and if Irid .ls a liar re I ot i the ud lit had u u- Heed to 1'ix-d.loi.t, the what will it Kissed ih term of A. i i I tbor il of 1.1--' oi n M A. Will and on lliu hi to try hi s instead having I M. to try he the j in hot i A. S. J j Tlie ilie vi V. f veaf 11 w 1-', 11, ill t lull in t lie I. i i I a is wilt will trv A- i nr in in s my I Tho in vili on The i IS a suit V. a i; n u nut ill Alii I re- ill I- I ir V. I a t i al I M limy ill i he I i. 1.-. II i 1. I M iii 1 will iii In of lire al i si r nt nt ni n is us of v of e t M h iii the S r of th the -i n for his mm a the And v be Then is no 1..-.-1 j t Archil js vrn AT v ho bin will lie have read the of rs veal's in MIV In i I t at l in the r title the r by mid the one ii tide the head f i of who will lie l any further her visitors ure the rir not to river ih neat volume or i n ih I to put in Mng the f- r i A Revolution i to be is DR. A. L. i the foot of a eo rd he was and thai she was j ton He left ears at lirn oilers all at half past one P. to fuid been U. S. of the her but took the next 1-2 of Gaskill hud doubtless as soon as steam 1 properly to by a consistent effect the baffled came all the for the which had separated PRECOCIOUS The Auburn Advertiser chronicles the marriage of Asaph of a revolutionary aged 91, to thia of in the same aged relic of the same votion to nnd what his in other respects on- j the present of indicate pret titled ho would have teen the Postmaster tv tendency of soberness at of that city instead of a Deputy Marshal If the One thing is quite e were we'd see the office in j pass the Maine liquor and enforce its and the occupation of some politicians is of these it is nut our j the prominent tn question they j days gravely re- ive lie apparent in as The history of the and a glance at hands of all further con- before we'd touch it. It should be with aut An extensive riot took place at on the Corning and York Two men were killed in or association with we treat them as as clearly out the palo of ihu parly as the New York or the National A portrait painter says that the reason that torn cuts are so sieal is because are all fiddle Whereupon the Tribune insinuates that washing hands is a verv proper ure on the part of such as control the We that they them where the will fiill back Only Reliable Harbinger of Health Til lip it liir in Is 10 nil the Iron Grasp of the Monster Disease one J. L. in- is 10 to lull F. it. 07 USli Fever and nnd of hi other the LIU we 10 try It. in it. stake lu success on iu menu no Le it KT Sec I T. I
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