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Oregonian, The (Newspaper) - June 21, 1851, Portland, Oregon T--4T1 'K H 1 M' i' DRY 'OR. e United PftOPRlETOR PIT i n I 'J I U r t rt. w e in OE sc e fefaiai to of III iv tf m L Utt L' 11 as e wl to one Ad-r irfSdn li I A E 3 gentlemen are duly otattioril for v- ail Hoi no of rivi inld OJ 16 11 G ienl coca the HI -t. rii i KF3 T- L.' u- ft B kr f L V-' fif m m I te K MI ity f a fe Be P -t OI m T fc 1 fiei VfTl in Vac m 1 4 ere ifl W 'i Waxhiiiffton Wall New York. Astoria. D.C. to feeiA rj advoc i _s -I tha T1H -bond wfo SFPiLttt cttn I U' rf IB 1- Cowliu. M u. H. T St. rii'leii's. .1 Vanootm-r. i OKtrK New Mn 1 H I J t 1 J'F N i I itV U i iX LA Orrj Frnn-1 J bad fairly a nand rlc V ijetok f Nt'W at the Uj Ar v In Wills Saleiir n 1 I IJ 1 _ received a PIA1N AND ing ace- it i though. utftfonis to nur felfc land B li oecasii te me a ake dO- ffti i ONCKK.T Til LAW Ti varictj of and on alighteil at made lia of tvollleid hi in sew be in a case of and I some blM ti iirai d' n I I to O' bfrjti --t. if thd o 10 ipm m Jiiat estefcfieldl tjou ir'fcis j T- tWe Court i address His and coit ar 4 al iflr-r I tW tli JP1 nei 01 i.t e -1 ffl Ll vs rift v i tr Ifnv i bj I w r ie tali agefulMe eensatl but it tade the his desfle tfete mm I on he-was Wi Srte 'A.' B'1 m I l i i ja tic tu ihet-ittio i j-it 3 towards te obinibn hastcni Col iflie jury a of 0p n t This bravo ami somewhat cdcantne r i tli' American was in Ct in Heesi I the u.'.wa of the taitjtle of iLexing- hti enlisted all bis enftrgitfs th0 yide of fficer of c .eploit the t' Xiconderotfi in May 10i ilfTT T i f P -t I 3 iti fc5t-r claitot tboS-' rs-- U-. of d jfeis taken J tii r to be capture expe- in die sen- A AJ it ex from bib and thi wus with ehn'ms ai wli -re- wa.4 imprisoned in art expcldi- to witk'CololicI I d sent to ty a. shcrt v fl.lawyer- as sion was rose t6addref ed hun the the opder oi Court is alii of Kussia. .1 il't b kj oiraten Oti oeraov k t yield 1 iu thi b the JWrtltt I'.. -1 yerand borrjp whiqi for him are wel la Judge I that of thi u fbea the .mi iof filsud I I F ft 01 e iertt- POT l. et m of vr Who act a broi fe'theLV icrfe .f. Patii Jie on thej'lpi in I tritton. .'ThillmySfjir- confieeoaeiifc -in farther K that aacl j r- t Lt BTOiT BE ir' i .'s ins r S rt- L_ Nil inn the ftrott a id il liria und sit U'ujftU taken back to his and R 1 tor a offioer i born taken by tl e Americans. He complete coij tiona of the scvibe f a bWcfe nartuilly'coii ii Ar J tl u iri the hrpati doot ijio anent-tlic ciokt ii ihfc wil 1 c tw i 11- I till te I i I L J rtch-H Wold Jth ditil Febijuai-y An instance is related of Alli n thai is Ht tlie incnsbera of i In a read ill tha wa Qi ifi nail I to have occurred while he wafs oij his While closely to liis he one day fhaf ai pin or WICK that fastened one of thisi handduffa broken.' the pitcejiwfth ibis teetli li was cilubled so loosen that it Kuvn witlidrftwii. und one hand set at liberty he i thitn proceeded to release t uL c i TI i j hibtcttwfvil. This haVma p f i .1 -vi_ 9 -TL- r i LI aud 1 nave not long in liberating ui is tearing d Wst the disjcover hisPour y contract the Saieapf his eol a er YDU tfeh sulre j' do r. R' a third- 4' H 'or 1 t restin of 'O xmbr's aindnaa dmb r lEc T He is he at e. in I1 not f the -1 3 M '-Ti as -s ay-ii W. m a n a i I iM I opens j I the r 'Sl ck for the i 'i f eel ti. 1th ofj glad fcolsee aidf tlhee .M u -i Trier ucation 61 pf te t u hem dtf i natenn he sf me time II jclane is bag of o_ m s e e i the 'fftbfr. and wJis i v i j ptfen f -TL- r i LI aud 1 ui is tearin I u In I tin should fliih i1 the blac a i for sHeflce when we iott to 2. It is a to be mfcnt lly rafonncidupon the 3. Wfcen _ r c must not .srieak Without r re ilte arei getting along prefefty A. replied in following figuratircl I 1 in a jpoor a Itbttse nrach by It iways and .taHsmWeB and.what is -worse5 the as 1 can tid to any he land iis before earcfuHy replaced tlxe arrival of his Inja miort tiine it be- came a ii up t recreation for aud jjut on bis chains at plef suije. Oiio day Ute oaptainjwis merriment tO'hts Ci- cocfeod will V hat ier4KJ not of a td that the Iswojfd a i Hatin k i ird some brmiiht Hpon deck. Hoping to J fiTs the clptatu T f J 'llbere is a probability -that thi-khip founds which 1 turotee launcl cr if what will become o like'i T hour. especially the Ife 7 tibifft foil. 6d iick ihe stort in ariffr toeak fifejftlyillto be I 5. It ifl a season to be capable of Attending to taha 6. ft is a season for fl .kno .p alfil- Eone it metal- o present th6 m i I era of tfie get j. ihd open with Some wild an the AM chast fft CJOTRe a wtite spelling to 'j qphjer .it wjitb t 1 H. in Irir- rafrrfcLTT' ki j11 i ana Iman of r ytoi a Ibfi any tbose f M.U .vat -was .tc e id Pfc 1 only aUqwefli t0. down to yomseej5 up jupt as you wil Wl be ori captain was not LivJn Lflq WOtfl amrvommefioea a firaae of the American peo a short ihe eaptaiiiL all Uiei i will be in tbe same ypi too.iinucb fojj AflaL. -aad iio i folded 'taergh an and TV m in tsolt O- i- If Some old back ui traveKj W F V til thus i i n m m araor.of m Thra kiehi fetters to asunder the pins otters e alpparentk rr- J t erl n t iS Fr1 .el mat ric M atibnemd Ian- I o prjreut jojur from up rcmrmiicl vonr eVfs. i __ ff wa smd ftj rob girls puake Irka men popty tooor girfg make poor mep rjch. 'Ho- rn nber affected fair whon trtrcby to ptrttinjg your handaMnto' te r m always getting yonr hwdband tatb 1 f 9pme a mcdi .ad paid more att was brtsiight a.prof when tfee foil t a werejpassed. f What you d who was J__ I 'fT rr If a iM j oi fo loM iwl- im 3 tate the MKf that impertinent untililie an wing questions aud first i knock ypu dowjn what muscea would be 1 r f 1 s. e stioTnnc p l idm f he V Tho losors and extensors of rdy ri. l-should flooriyou I sitliug a hickory was jobserved'to weigh her raj each fibd which good and were The light ones b invariably It W as b -i_T T .H r nmg Lv i' ri MUS jfVfcj '-W I __ r UL_ Tjrrw f isse M fli ii R -I -f -f J fo i. one-foi ite J r b h ili inmg only those w nc on eiaraimi g -fhoke ha hkd fflrowu that be had nut Tirade a'niisflakje in sin my argnmet j rei ri i wardfellbv M'J 'I fel noijaeit. Hdtiaset. text day. after tlie argument was -c 4atlnuc. r Pi J not Hens i f 'was 61 a III by. Mlsfo u bad tjttately. clapped 7 to' their c l a is fehe a evoByera and bolt of him 'down is a much sooner heel than depend on tliiir for guccorf nit their tools.
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