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Green Bay Republican (Newspaper) - December 17, 1842, Green Bay, Wisconsin IN THIS FAPEI THE UffS, IES8LTER, AMI PUBLIC TREATIES OF THE UNITED STATES, AEE PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY, RAY. W T, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1312. VOLUME 2. NO. 12. TERMS OF THE Green Bay Republican. The Green Bay Republican is published every Saturday nt Turo Dviiirs and fifty c nts per annum, ii'pai'l in ndvanre if not. tkrtt dolljrt will be charged after tlie first six imnth-i. dollnrpcr sp-wre (12 lines or under.) for the first insertion and for every subsequent insertion tictnly-Jivt rente ad- ditional per an.aire. Those wiilimit A spe- cification in regard to time will puMish-d until forbid, and i-Hnrged nre.ml'mgiy. bout." replied captain Delmnr haugh- tily i "ray orders nn> not disobeyed, nei- ther is my word doubted." 11 Not by them as knows you. I dare say captain but yon are a stranger to me: I don't think it much after hit of a to tell you where you may go and taken fine vessel, and pock- et a tarnation lot of dollars as prize mo- there's the rope, and now lOrBKl, Hull rimrjzrti >fc advertising the year u-lll be 00. I H tell you. She WHS going off Be rniCC or Surinam, to look after the West In- diiim-n. who were on the coast or ex- pected on it.Idoirtknowwhicb. There you'll find her sure as I stand, here; anil each not permitte-l in occupy li ill' :i column ftt miy one time. Pruf-'ssiomil cariU will be published at the rate per annum. Xo guWriptinas received lot n term than sii month', ;xu I uo will 'iu ill-'on- tinned until u'l arrefiniges nfo pnl to he j but I think that she's a bit bisrirer than option-it %vitH the pii'ili-shf-i. i this don't mind that I dare Letters on business, nn 1 com-rtimicntioiH alidrtswil to dm K.HMT-. um-t be POST otherwise will reueive no tittenlion may go on board now, sir" said captain Delmar. The bit bigger' vessel proved Captain Marryutt, iri JUS tux Percival Kecne, gives us the the Follow- ing Yankee story: .During three we continued ruizintf about without falling in witn. lino The Stiver Sixpence. yon see here.1' said a rugged lit- tie hoy to a group of sni'y dressed ur- or h-iviiiq; receive.! any intelligence of J ns lie cam" up from Market street the French frigate which we were wharf, in Philadelphia, '-doyon see here in quest of: at least captain Delmir re solved to change the cruizing ground, anl we then run up to ten degrees of latitude further north. As we. were running up we fell in with tin American brig, and brought tier to: a bout was sent for the captain, who, when he came on board, was interroga- ted by captain Delmar. as to his having seen or heard of any French vessel on that coast. As the con versa t ion look place on the qrurter-deck and I was then officer of the watch I can repeat it. replied the American through his nose, lml reckon there is a French- man iu these parts "Have you fallen in with in- quired captain DMmar. (l Well, I may say I have for I laid along side of her in Carth.igi'nia, when T was taking in my cargo of hides. You haven't got such a thing.-is a spare spar as will me a pole top-gallant cnptulu have 1 m m i LEC1SLATC8K OF WISCONSIN. down his head, and replied, "Jeremiuh Budd." "Alt'" said Theodore, recollecting him instantly. -'Yon have got clour of your six dollars long ago, I fancy, Jer- emiuh." "Yes." said Jeremiah, with a sigh, ''but I have not forgotten the rag-red little boy with his silver Had I been as cnrefnl of my as i took their seats, viz Uomltnied from tht Mudiion Erprtu. COUNCIL. MONDAY. DeennberS, At twelve o'clock. M. the roll pulled by the Secretary. when tho fol- j pointed said committee. mittee of two be appointed to xvait up- on Judge Irvin. Aw-cciiite Justice of the Supreme Court, and invite him to ad- minister the oath cf cffice to the mem- bers present. Messrs Darling and Tripp were ap- lowing members, who had presented certificates of election, appeared, and From tho district, composed of the fif Brown. Mtuiifowoe. Shcboy- Calumet. Fend dn Lar. "Winm-bii- he WHS of his pence, I should have been here friendless and penniless this day." There Avns a half triumphant smile on Theodore s face as he took llie baud of his visitor, which seemed spring from self-complacent feelings, which counties ofMilwankio; nd was excusable because it rose partly j Lemuel White, suid from (he conscientiousness of his .ibi'ity i David Newland. From the district composed of the counties of Walworth -.'lid M. B'iker. and Edward V to nid one whose imprudence had caused his misfortune, but who seemed now t( I've srot a silvr sixpence." Why." Ji-Tcnnah Budd. whose father was a wealthy ship-master. "I have six dollars to spend on Christmas. and Mint Fellow is proud of sixpence." Theodore hear 1. anl looked thought- fully on the ground for a moment then recollecting himself, dollars to spend.'' uttered he, "but sixpence to terror. applicant into his employ, antl in process ol tune, restored him to a business-doing; active, prudent and valuable man The lesson taught in I his story is too phi in to need a word of addition. I will ask where is the needy man who has not spent more money foolishly in his life than would be necessary to make him comfortable now? keep is better than Theodore kept his sixpence in bis Fmtn tht X. Y. Trtbtnit, THE MARY ROGER'S Explained. The terrible which for more than a year has hung over the fate of Mary Rogers, whose body was found, as onr re-uli-rs will well remember, iu tht: North River under circumstances such as convinced every one that she Was ihe victim of hellish lust and then i of murder, is at lust ihe your sixpence wo., r prow m your we doubt not of all. Tt may pocket, carefully wrapped up lor several weeks, but one day his uncle, who kept a fruit shop at the corner of the alley where, lived, said to him. "Theo- Judge Irvin appeared and administer- ed the oath. On motion of Mr Parsons, Mr. ELLIS Was appointed Speaker jw tempers. A resolution WKS requesting the Clerk to itifoim the Council that the go. Marqnettei.nd L. i House was temporarily organized, and Martin. I ready to proceed to which was From thf district composed of the j udcpled. Mr Tiipp presented some documents in rola tii n to the election of John M. Cnpron. to n sent in the House, which was leferred to a select cc-mrnitlee of Tripp, Darling and Meeker. Mr. Walkerofl'eied a resolution forthe i, '..'j "r
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