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Western Star, The (Newspaper) - December 7, 1849, Elkhorn, Wisconsin U Vi'- ,V sil.'l llj ;l t r--.i ...j1.'..'' i V ;.-f ,n p-'ill-.l (.ii i; t. i. a j.'.ilt ii- 'ir i.. j--. :IL ,.f t, ,..i i'.'-O i.i IL: il.i-r" tt-r- t- be -1. tvj-r il j :i unv S1.t j, jr. r- -j i- v. 1 i in -'.'-I j t h.-K.r c r i :i i: i i: ;L -A t'.i hi.- i'.. it ill t h not i; i illilU i our by lii in ij'ir.. t-ar'. :IM! ilN-M t-.-. irri rrvi-.ii. :n-i on; 1-1 ar: i ..f lii, ,1: tUM-Ilt i-i I'f.'.SI i'rlni-iti'fs, iht Xo on r ivilh ill ijjuiill I v.. til'! u, i on in c I; i i ;my ii ;M i .1 ,'i i i I'l-lv.1. :i it. ".V d i-f II.nl !-j ii, .'r' ..viils -7 _ :i r >v w ,5 Ti.h.v M l! I'-'H' '-11' I'- "l-.i j, .c :-.n-l i lil.H Irivi'l j T.N '.'f :nr I tr, .a of its M iii'j il. If n and nl' r -t i C.JnK'' t.is i .-.mi u tli A. I Ajain, t., fnito'iitiJv __ i .l-hn fi.-ivir. n j i.i- ;i r ;i ;o IV' n fiis 'i'l, u- .1 "i' K'kli Ti. -.v a i. r, n v tb... 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M: butthn.-i.! :irr jiir. and ws 1 thi of S.jlnol Bnok; tn the .'iic'.iijrs and Sfipprintsadenta, lir, .'Ijij- in the Cubinct, Jt.ic ll'.A iit any it.: o J'y laiis fnxn l.fo tr f vo by u- tlu-y m.st he exposes himself, his oflioors ard crews dirr pensioner, died M n ,t t. a.U pat it njKin Mr. j __ v -T u ill rough 3. correspondent to four rigorous winters. Duung this scsco., IV. Y. Oct. at iho advun- "_' "1 la''t y IriO'ino, t-nylon will pariwJ ho liaa been shut out from at Ocll'lSih, and ei -ll Ar.> tlsOSC i Will him as .n in thn armv of the IJnitPll t'aet, xve Cj.icstion whether in K; it- self, n stronger ititcrest has beci: felt for him than in the United States, our miN liuns of ncwspapar rcudera have been fuiniliar wild the object fur which iie exposes himself, his officers md crew, I- tiDrorire iii s'alio. ox-jnuso of! fiirs-iiis Une ,iay pMiciii a ndi nt. oxpefei-m cuirclv, .nd h. CX mihebii., ness uf his nrioriiiica'.ion Curse rno, Tom, if ymj'rn tut -t :.'y worth ess; y-ju'i; rioilbor 10 (f t ,t can be found who will c-inbnrlt in priiiso worthy an tf: ;Jr eds so.imen, too wonM at a j nco offjr thoir I'nor I'll he knng'e if I-lm't send uuniiil. .i" u u who tiiii ;.ripc.iition. r, fbi :rv'! 'ir; af ;ata- Mr. C by will him tint all pat I l .t pir- n r, L: r n .op- ii-n wno mucii.' in.j for ;aw. wo neiievo tunt all pat- j i'lis? Mr. in aeojr.la.ir...'iviih wi At least, wi! l i is inslruclions, le.ivinj.- a sirk ri.il- j ;i1' country g'-nerally will foal tt'.r- i-ijli-B for Ibs: Mr. j ir.alio rd.tlion-1 uro in battec .I., ,.t T.o'iitifi] his 3ut t ICITG will IIM ;i j.u. Ihi- -ivm tu cl' j bis instruct'-ins. grcj: pain; j'L-: i. 10; oiHitt objc.-nt. in bis sp.o.-b upun i.p. :i ui' j h amendment v-nsiiroi! his ii iUiueiils ih.. i.'sr, f5-.r har.Js. Jnl t irro will ba a draw-back upon t.ii.-, ,V o sli; ilcsa hia servioi's iu the Sen- >f u Unl ad Tharr- ij probably n 3 riBji ir. tha canlry ho better civilized soc'ely, runt neirly so f'oin nli htinian beings; his ships enclosec in ice, with misery and narration slu'i ig htm in the face. In oaso iho late account received by the whaling ships from the Esquimau are trua, that to large ships h.-ive Leon for four years frozen up in In et, and Another Rcvolulionary Hero Goi c wlml llavo I hav> i.evot known a pu.ir man to L> n nnrmiuin n! a fnir, there v rfifr nnd pensioner, died at 1 teondnrn'ni, l-'i- .r.pio ,1 sos co., IV. Y. Oct. 2iJ, at iho ad van-- a rlch rnan lo wil'i him. I never known a naturally inun to become rinrally hoiicsibv bocox in luff wi me- ujiibi-ci ai a n early period of revolutionary war, ar 1 i iug o churcli, member in the battle of Ticondrruga ai, i __ several -iltirzntshes. In thn Cap A. marriud a riaug-hter of Martin Kfq .if Saloin, in Iho county of wit i whom lived until death. Soon after listed in thn army of the United Sfcitos at an e marriage, he to Rutland court} V't., where he lived 2i years, and from thenc ernoved to Charleitovn, Warren county, N. V., he remained with hit wife and on-
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