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Delaware State Reporter (Newspaper) - January 27, 1854, Dover, Delaware EL AWMRE REPORTER, DOVER, FRIDAY W. S. 5TCBOL3CHS; AYING beeaia TOME, i i 'bat .ttl iftei Original Ins, t wife nan aelndfirewdl tofiBendsand ;.wfcnt.ttei in whereon the enters were to tie boqoets rearranged by the to of the' speakers. ia ibeoeatre) K- btBtort tnftfcei t-aay' JIfJfEWS JSO TBE pcvnapt i aloft and icSar fmcimed as early as possible. Address; I J. F- HET, L af ntesore, a wtarjof fahkn; thrown t ha mored safe star, r Imw. VMS- ______ sedate firmer, or sat beside the fragUe einH of refine- ment, the hour- came, at Jast. tejthoas, to xtgoish. tbanatfos wio befere bad been j baafcd totbe asembW nraltitiide.as wea cf .festshe -Ob, I ani.paiei a SBBK i tfaa altar of flat- nnK thrirgfares, cufly umafnan fircSSfe cC He." sslfcat J TI_ WKBR -ronr oraoc; SODTR ovsoft aBattaaCBpnie- with, their caps and fife femr rf tfej- _. t :afidf 'depxrtare of eiicflBnz SuDuSy. EzmH tto> be SBBght. 5ft t Om 1 K UK acr: ftnif aTiiid JlnTii Utev 1 _ _. Bather- tibe hekfj e 5 jet rirai the fining the faeautjr of Pknr- TOltES IOM! aB UTOKTASCE avftcn i -fin sqpj" Vr con Janes Skiat- "Howis bj tLeuadyts with bonor, wfaan tbe Stntnn ins on the EEC SBQDBQ IDBflBk nae gad at fines; theafeB "Bfc ing up to IK TDBC bated bimtoeaae Ins tel and st Hxrai; bedeseribedtteqaairdof tfaepapaface, bytbefoaian Kures on tpaiitl in -fctawghttfaemTOvandiietnTed to tiaan and -rnSSOy laiUed or tffanr ends. Ton aie a eomage. Be dkowed ted to the leroinxic ifinsSijanifl las capture cf Bmgqyne, BaaH. and tmnaged to Them inform ac I tan goes. _____ _____________were and wben-he showed them the pro- gress of their nation in refinement, art andj inept, fiowecl Twt and lasiBij- eal were aU bis sayings, and wdl adapted to the Mm andLanraTitan. was! snecess moie eornplete- Sox Ihere, and to bop Km Bf eoastany and erbawtEcarj- goofl fit fiar lady, bat bear with f yntr Bun pm. iTaitTimigiei nlti hSC _- s T J tben-BKjaOiered that the di tte Onr Peas characterizes tbe qmO, as can be broesai to flat hint, thai no tidings lad, hrm of home afeis. He drore the] rtm fatstnind, botrerer, that no af their not mcbins hhn, the those who were entrusted with their dsByejy. of home attractjon wMdi, ofi Us ne was sow jtxdr im Wefenvi- TIfO JWLUatS A YE3B- aifiele; aadVc Oai aafeulliuA mar jjBjffioSrrreav en OET an tnaes a tbe i Jbntdbe the personof to proWtfce fiat j Rjwanoe was amaHea into a of I sfin, yet cheerfiil in bis natnre, soeiabfc j and j'Uiug -aBaB-'taj, honorably-, 1 ate to hdEere I fetares fawrhed bj esjiesnie, and but to c2s attached, firm to render j Kaa trod deciof the j aswerelgn, was bearing bna onward, nearer and stffl nearer, eael boor, "BHEKTBa 3EEE sQPCSS TJQK iSDEJ ffie beantr, an j beart'slove. aad laid her m cheerful erening: the SaoVnrs stijjjjfl man ihat 5fc 3na src, t jnnng, LagoL so ifc (j----------------- fewness crept tnrer (M Ocean, and phnrescent of waters erar and 1 T _i 1.11 COUXSKUOS, X4 FATCI-CK perAetFwe Ik isnobfe, Lacks OB ibrav at Street. Jt BATCH, k 03 U roy auinje. BOB i rich Wcsim. ,_________T s iUbot Etdy to beootae Trorf; of lagage3Ky ting aVaBuuffiiq, onta this mania broke onL" for pnryrat "Fowanoc! Isnt there a printing abb- tocombat; thatfeIDTTiai hkMfcam; ani -anr "I bare a paper in IBj podoel that I pidM ----m f f bearing the appdbtioa, -Po- door was bnrst Star.' Tt contxina nMOcBaMovs ofSbtatlna obfcrnaed. nau i Ugt-v denflK. and ian ipawr. far Hold nK see ntaa as la the Barren, what jtw. baa. IBP late to BothenoaT TV feU __ H-B. .MBf WP f I WiJUBt W W IK i iiiiaiiniiT fet when the ram. INEWSPA'PERr SPAFEIir
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