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   Wisconsin Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1846, Lancaster, Wisconsin                              ISCONSIN HERALD. BY JAMES M. GOODHUE. e f to TV TO TWO DOLLARS A YEAtt. VOL. TIL LANCASTER, SATURDAY, JANUARY 10, I84ti. NO. 44. e tre indebted to the North Ameri- Parliament has leen rorogyetl, pro energy which prevail in th- The moda uulins; wir.e such Dec. ihe iirpsrisni ir.itil the middle of D-.-cunbir, Euglisa doi k-yard-, the surveyiiii: male in U lui lut.e unJrr Lord Fall of of the Wllnout Mayor the necessity of calling, ii_tivit} ami outlay nectary. Captain 'Jay kr t'ie it delav, a public meeting but "Austin visited Liverpool, last by fcied by a kr.i-h. have a compos- the empty it in the entkt prc- ed el a miittou oi veil ?'evv, po- f> r it. The residuum et the lhe whole Hashed gripes thus p-isted is called come so compact from the that they are obliged to cut them an axe. After two or three they tire told to the makes from them that peculiar pon to be ar.y :n t'.c en their kind of brandy whioh the soldiers, in municipal proclamation, huntii.g ih.ir g'isis itaJy, Ihrir emph .lie language, call tacrt thv the mediately expressed fiom that city the exclusive use of in thedemand for goods, and the gloomy Cominir events cast their i The eve of the day fixed upon, the puts it-elf in motion. It is composed lor of its skin.' To hns'en the fcrme: _ rii 1 i I It r f _ i. I It i.. new? reached Jersey City at midnight; last night. We thus commence a new letter lo his constituents, the citizens of j important news. It will be seen that lhe Wheat and Flour have s'. clined since lhe cf and Ihat two thousand barrels int.ijjers and the vineyard, ut between two of ihe KVh is reputed le be very strengthen- ily tools -tf tilings, and then t'c work b inp, and is sometimes rt commended to grapes fjll into I hi: nb if sickly When the fer- antment; if thtr.- ;.ro ny vmall mrnt'itioit is in full activity, it boils up among the they JbU vvilh a dull ai.d heavy sound, enough rear to c'cau; th.it is --h> make one shudder, and when a child eraux of Agriculture, Commerce and j gouttlo, or baslcrtj in the form oi j evxry whero with his eye, urging on the they threw common into the ,r....- .1.1.1 i i the grapes are put cfl.Mr c.i i -i ciiii! 'i Rs n m.i.rtfr- hut flip in'erv eniiiB rtl1" vvith a scuttle, or basicrt, in the iorm ol i evxryvvhero wun r.is eye, urging on the they threw common Ju; per b rrel V fTe h- d do id AavY I neJed a cons e Mauafacturcs, to .deliberate on various cone, wUh IcBlh. !ind re; mn t1lOM w malics betler; a oi'Tp r b., ad thS ,delen.ion from this fi-ure on the part Str'P'' vinUCt" Jhf The which u.v. r j r. _.- f I, r ___t i i tmrket was dull and languid United States nool Liverpool on the 26th cf but only 123 biles were sold, and the demnation of the present corn law as balance dealers being Cobden himself, or the cntliusias- ac- of France to previously xvell supplied. tic Among the passengers are Mr. Gail- The Free Tr.dc party, by tins ardet and wife; H. John accession, are now in a posi- ,nmpnroxii 'trade of vintagers. They are prefer- supply it, has rendered a reduction of jreci to young men, because they are the present prohibitive duties absolute- wheels. Girls almost monopolize tlie j stations on the summit of the hill, and on four wheels, which are rolled about lardet L. 0. Sullivan. more attentive and receive less and there wait fur tho game which is j from door to door for the use of minor by tin- laborers. S'lots proprietors. A long as the wine on all sides, the harking of clogs an- in a s'rcam into the nnenroir, every w.lth rd of corn Mr. Wykoff is bearer of despatches 'to form a Government at any moment., r f A from our Minister in Holland. (The more of the Whigs towards the ol Iooa; A Cabinet Council was held at the Foreign Office on the 2J uit. The Times of the 3d ult. has an ar- ticle relaltnglo the late meeting of the Cabinet, but nothing; had yet transpir- ed as to lha result, if result there has been. Within a few day? a S'irvey has litllc in what way the Oregon dispute bem soing on of the large mercantile be patched up the value of the BOUf l l e move in me uiKa ai ua mu r, rn.i t bances have taken place to prevent the Free Traders, is one of the most im-1---------, portant political events which has oc- curred for several years. The Oregon have where the harvest has partially failed. With the view of aliasing the alarm the Minister of Commerce has ad- Their costdme generally consists of ajswcr, aiid at every explosion the vin- j lover of it has the of drinking i 11 11 1.11 i i i :i the West India mulattrcfses, wooden 1-jcky or unlucky. In the lirat place which purpose a wooden bowl or por- i LULVTi. Illy lllullJwi f t 1 T-- r j ..j.._ .._- i 'lion to as'ume'the of power, and .J" some provinces great alarm exists coiorej handkerchief, or stop their work lo look up and'ns much as he pieces, even to the ti'it n rornrri i. _ j i _ t._.i _ i.___it i a deficiency in the_sup- j wnjch thev wcaraftcr the manner ascertain whether the sliot Iris been liaustion of t'ic" contents of the vnt, for i, woollen stockings, find a vory short fistian petticoat; if the latter were longer, it would draggle in the wet ground when they stooped to cut the grapes. To these two species of before stated, and the repetition at the .1D tm'n !s a'f i present time is almost superfluous, that, drtssed a cla" of vintascrs L regirds England, people here care Departments, stating that the last wh. hiro t, ,Vo was not so abundant as the Lar-ivnt ir :tnA tl.cy rriv applause, in tiiciriugcr is left floating on the rosy eo- the class of vintagers must be added! on the grass tlvir hi5 bon not l.ittcrthc) Kviigh at the awkward sports- i lorod liquor, at the service of all. The n.cn. wine merchant takes his taste in a little At noon a repast, consisting r.nly oHsilvcr cup, which he aU'ays carries es, bread, and cheese, i> madj up- jnhout him; it is Ihe tool of his trade. [vat tlicir and their horsas, tr> steamers in the mail service, with a t-rritcry h-irdly rated beyond a pin's view to ascertaining their fee, and right glad would the thinking, for corn ing gun more l Was tm viiuii i..r and '44, but that il was t t ,he projucc of the >iueyard At t.'iia one When the ii finished .ind tho pnd tells liMlc j-ut inti b sotiUlcrs an-1 II" IT lUlllliOS itc, auu t'gi'i mi; 5 of liic hirg sl cah- iiitullLenl portion of the coimtrv he, if CP' bre a arrangement has been en- ihe 49th parallel of latitude would hit tered ii.lo to have them placed at the ,the views and the of lhe Ameri- command of lhe Government, in case can Government and people. The an-1 Of W3-. noyancc. the irritation, arises out of i than in 1S39, and tint to the in toivn- tlor tne country; 20 j re tl colony had aimed at Ton- having produced morejnerrCj a so numerous that story. Lovers si.ip each other with prrssers repair to the house of Ihe plan- no very light blows upon the j fcr, where an ahnndunt dinner tach other with dbovvor knee, Uicm. At this dinner, an >n- and pincli one another till they cry out. leg of mu'ton occupies the place ofhon- arc the throe princip.il signs or, and to itnite the guests to cut lountry tlucc [and come again. This dish ia itidis- corn, than they need, 2S Having 'the taverns in the little town produced enough, and 32 being to (hcmi -o Jit is not in taverns that this cohort of Jantiy" When  sometimes roid water is cq'iirtf d over _ ol" the British soldiers (not exceeding Union, the whole or none, created e'e cntcrtained ,un 'c them by of e-tormous E.cry hill is rover. I with a moving, rcrt.iin time, for the liq-ior undergoes 500 in the were either killed great excitement, which was somew hat at jne extreme penally of the law gometimesa c it c-r live rit is motl'v popul itiun. The ccho  iio to f all irat- ats them ia 1 t! at if b the wo-m-lcd Mussovit. s, charitably ,'f.r> said V1C .S-1T n tcntion, dra-.v the heJ tlotics aro'ind corner a- fjt ,i- -i il, and as diunk n> '-Honor to unlbifinate bra- tr '.or between the Lri i-hGovernment or two, that Mr. Polk has n pcated to a-J t -ifof the U..iled bta'.es of Amcr- tha English Ca'iinet the offer which if ofiered. TLe comet whose r looked fcr, was discovered by means namely, lo divide the territory by lhc cf Northumberland telescope, at 19th parallel of noHh that they have rejected two or three times ,'f.r> return bos been during the of a crniury, erd b l last time and that s lh will answer any niore ques- it.'..... convulsed vvith lions about it.' The audience were i ,uS 3.1 J cur-' ha1. lo ste I g- The T.V A ,i r ilre-s r" rtr'inkar.l Suc'i rire l' e O'dinary ph'isis in thrc th v nol t-i bt; ki'k-1 M'I n ty pr-p-in'ion of those w! ich they still adhere to makin- the Colum- "'th at t .e .w ,..0, :i i.V t c p- 'n j.Uj.'Ic n ,n> j-r.onj jou, my Jtar law bia the boundary, each nation being p'nd it was som.lime beioro theirh i ir {rr; i-i tl.oir hands, loos lh' ir n-r i tir ly. li -1'i.ik without knowing any of lhc rntetinjiat on the 1st inst.. free of its waters It is cu-se to cou. i be prccetrk'J ;0 mnke t1.-ir !v w.th s i'h f.f the rnt vvh.'ii r (oil-., hum tnics I', y my-Knes of fh. ir Indeed, r.'.tenJsj 500 rersrr.s, the Mayor hive a monopoly of kin'l or w'tlj- rs. -r.'J 'hcv .r" rs v li f I a '1. many is li'tlc about "oly S.miiar were other alwavs to fjg' t f r or lo :k r.t L.uh, NoL- srimc "vested i-.teres." abnut whic'i in u.e c ST. held lac week r.t srimc "vested i-.teres." abnut whic'i Hoo's am. arid o'.'ucr pi ires. the in the know and rying a load, by artid.nl hru-hcd sous for Ti.: trreitcried .aminc Centime; lo CT2 a? jruch a cow do-- fr arainst a doc'or. The n- i "i c.C'ipv men's mri'3. "iiesibj c'. i; n if bee-, v ry ?iTzry r'. r.r.'I "S iri It :s p   iv. Il i-> ll'jl i -i for ''11 t l.u tl at 'h'; nr3'ie- arc ,ID 1 t v.r.t ice c v r. 1- t wh i'. rcrrnirs lo be djn to ft} V 1 i i'. t it< 'i lor 'r- ,t ai lhc "is ly In tne j.l likea iiarsii done by ministers, thj io.l ite and plunders the tinji'y. arc a of is p-nnful to of pets the recover; but if I once come'under i.ii b an'i 'he vjiUg t-.i.t, Mmi. kkaii Kt. hv cf a from r: j flwh c'list'.rn- i- a.i t .at ticsccnued to 1 ands, it is all over with me.' b-sr ifi f v T'r.it perplexity ar.d disunion prevail preparations in the same breath that A fu'iscnber lo an d n: attract.vc. ar.J ry po- hg minis.enai coi'.riCii-, :5 tVuki.C'.d   ihe band, an--AIT will bring him T- are c uie't t .e "hat i- tlian any treas- nfcrr.- .11 -.vrncfi is i.x sort oi ur. a he irt jmd without a ire I'jvv o- r-si-   n or i i p a i if d nj tail) f or pi it form4, on vir.ue; vir'.e n'ne fcjt i'j.vei oi wine.i trt: r.tiJcr nor virtue, nor pla( rd, and kra-.n deii-t kf.ow 1 h nr immortel ji rs ifj.v r 15.- ru in JD s- his no j eVftCt jr. f eeJi m oone lut -irg'.ho cis'. fj' tVn Eat for tike to an rditor'; 'h- viotag-r? of both y. i..f-Ss tLe md pipT ic'H at r-p.rto J n U.-r.ce i; i. powred into i nnJ in hy rr.-.r.j of b'jcke the f Tl   

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