Delaware State Reporter, August 18, 1854

Delaware State Reporter

August 18, 1854

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Years available: 1853 - 1859

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Delaware State Reporter (Newspaper) - August 18, 1854, Dover, Delaware f ft) w STATE REPORTER. VOLUME 3. DOVER, FRIDAY AFTEKKOOIV, AUGUST 18, 1854. NUMBER 49. THE DELAWARE SKATE REPORTER rcausacD sExi-vccnr BT GEOBGK W. S. NICHOLSON, At DCTCT, Ike CapUal ml Ike State Oeb HAVING been in successful operation since the 1st of March, 1853, constantly increas- ing in circulation, the KEFOBKB can no longer be considered airy tat it has won its way into popnlarCworand achieved for "'alocal habitation it BT LAWS OF An Act to iBcaroorate tie jewprirflans GtaneooA Ceamteaf Sniuf r vff TB R. Csilvsirit, C- the Delaware. WAS entertained at we often expressed won- der that there no paper the y were started here, it would, from its central possess advantages over all other papers in the State which none other Glenwood Cemetery in iibe BSstoiJat petnal snecessaon, and shsH to sne and be sned imoiy court e e< nfiot Ow Statn. w cafl rt? pbce of mcfting, may be Vncnra to those who have rt'rt rcotivei and tfsaoA AtfTfCS. rf thii Ordf r I -e such, and its designs accord with the wishes of its members, that bj a of concerted action on the part of our brother- hood, we can bring about a of practi cal results in onr governmental policy that would in any other light bo deemed impracticable. Fhnph" and alone it is to vain to contend against the hydra-beaded tconstcr of Jemitiwn nn-i Catholicism; bat united in one oommon cause, determined to cecure tbe of nur native Und at all harzards, or pensh in tbe attempt, we can- not fail of Our cause is a righte- ous the motivw which actuate os of no ordinary character, we trust that no br-thcr amoncS't as will ever be fonad ah'cnt frorn prst tn the bow of danger." The candidate i1- then again fateu to Iir-traitor, who pirw him {be Mjrns. wwdf, degree. He a dime to the m tbe firrt the for cxsmhuttian A.ftrr tbe third dceree linp raH lik" this: jmHK SMITH In of i Sr John Geroaia so _ he left a feeacv to Sir Matthew Better, I the author of St Maekinaw the year is months cold nuilter. B M vbat he is littfc postcnty- Supcrstztkia is the poesy of practical Vit; HME tibe wae fir An that the c of bcsoty are Ac of the fwtse-" pTc to DC repBKTBB- an _ hsg NEWSPAPER NEWSPAPER! ;