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American Freeman (Newspaper) - March 27, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin r3 ''-5: yt m 1IOCT8. U BKAN J. (Mictow ilwiw k urtrl 34. 184S. v, door'4 Office. Milwaukio. W. T. Chai olii-iior in X nulttllUf ,111 hnncery, WucoJ'uin. _ tlKTIT GNKEW BAV Attornoy, iilito, of the Milwat Itie. W. T. September! 1343; i [My and Coxmanllor Solicitor in MiUviukic WJ T. Office, to the corner of 9f Wisconsin ntrr.lt. TWO ilnoraiiorthafl'islcy'B.and Wiitur Street, Milvimkiu. in Ctutn< CAIVMBT, rosn DU LAC fditk of-o tf.Glory, majl v General and'hia; :prif tty wife Sisccwerei) by -fiie 'world at largev ij'. .1 iitj; o andl: that Wearn from- the: -Express, lhat the. 'Amiatnd .is viewed, and. that jlMJipis.ter' claims forty sthouaiiniJ dolJara and of wb'icjv'iw were or I o yoUi n a helijfi voth a touse of HrpreseiKatircs at time has lie salijeet uridjjr i'-. 27-1.844; Oh yr! whose cold Open -the '-By want 'and Vypo -i That'brotlieir'i skin pjjrcimnce' 'Not colored like: Ihinti That brother's coiiwW thbl Might prori' of iiiipjluiia purhy, ij worthy br'nltbronci'. AND COI.KITUR IN cuA.NCKuvi. Aniogj tirix-ii liny W Mllleur ATTORNEYS, SOI.1C1TOH8; AND w. T. Ortire corner of Wntcl- tad'VVideonetri ISirte'.s. ASSVN 8. MlLlVn. ntid uiui lloota uncl Wo JShuuft, StipH Itiilib.'js. Water- SlrrtC, H'uril Kirnt tlijor nortii of Cli'rtorii'8 )Jlot-f l. JV Jan. in G- Stnli I'liiiits, Oi iinrry, ifc. s. Hurt! ivaro. diciues, Hi s. I'.ilty, (ilii tM-r (if, Wi 't-.ory, Oro- iyo li-cn. Nodn, KIIIII Winer run! 0ry l.KAT.KK'! I Inrdivntf, I'niiits; Oil.-i. O l :i IT-i, HinikH, .Sintiuncry, Stt-ol. Sail. fish, or u! und S Jt HACKKYT, Wa have d'ti.'n, suys the Perinsylvijnian, a 'model invented by Mr. G. "Coil vine. 'of (JoHiinbia, -Pa., of n new inode injj' piissengi'ts anil freiglit by and leivnulfl, which is -iv el I culrulated obviute ilhti of .tran.siUun.frotn bnu mode 'of other, and is also de- signed to siupfrcedc jthB'Soction boats now It is correctly describBti iks, follows byithe Ledger: 1' c-unal boat is propeltod by nridi is constructed upon a new principle, so ns.io avoid injury to the banks of cnrmls by action ot" tbe whoela, ami carries nix muvenble which may he llirowu hay'mgjben: ;found ;ipn premises, in a condition human food, was: sent for inio office .yard, that iiiinstilf might judge of .ii.: I, i'hts glorious. a wutdcd ,lo being tried one of his ffirtnily, with the splendid provisions, of our Constjiulio'n t During tlie past protracted rhoet'tjigs have .been held by the reeds b; tbs last plowing the' seeds germinate and the pltnls get f of th weeds. If tjjis .done, ..the d r' adjust by luir such relations with '.xcludc nitio tenthi o'lr products from thoir perls for sake of gaining some special favor in be- half of of our praitucfs; or may qui- ully suiniit to regulations of which will pradjice the same elUict. This ia pre- cisely we havu done in regard to cur pur with Kngiand. Our France 'especially, ami our hjive favored ttieir silka. wines, ami ;oods, for ttic of our cotton. ban ahnn remained in full. wor.steil Thai T1' possfttsjoii of the direct protection it w in the of the government to corjf JAfricnn Slavery contrary to the wishes of I'l I JairiClllI OJilVCry UOIHIIUV IO IIIC VI IB1JU3 ui thrown vegetable garden... an M (hat imortant art of tnefarm the. Jlower ar-, important part of the. Jlower gar- deii must Uj consigned to ihe wife the Ni-'s dfiugliters, lind'they will show their good their laste, iii 'not allowing this tti ;be beconiB to the colonies, and so de- were they to check its further first American Congress iase nnd expedition with which they may lie transfVrrt'ij t'rom'the boats to the trocUs, and back again, will twunty-fouc boufs of the time ivbwi tou- in the passage from Phi'adelp'liid to k A lale writer 'Islc blS I'ian'ce- with ni.tiny others on lar attendant upoa.'tlie 'L1 iriidrday by, a circle, Biiih'liir'to tliat commonly called a halpl? wheniseen croiM 'a few KII.M C'locks. Britauuiu Oiie ttoor MiUvanliic, W, T. alt 'in a manner A. wnrriiiitul no rnixtfti'te M, II. U S lit N Ii Nvlctry Public 4y Lnntl "MIUVAHKIB, v.1. T. Oilers Ws jcrvicis iioiiiln, mortirn loiJiM, u-iHs, uMiiMt.-i anl ami other invtnimciilhot'ivnu'na1. wlntirislproathg, write atti-Javitri tcivo ujulpr protest bilU of ;ind notes Jiand Ti'f non paymont, .intl also lease, or sett rt.-nl cststte, oithr.T iti town nr routitry, pay laxt-s tor and rc- tltem landi iKtldfur cxmiihe rciMjvds, anil !ieml to iniiny part of the Unricil will receive prompt ultenlion.. Charges innditr- atr, warranted wAtiHfacUiry. Offirein lilntlt. weit ward, tile if Store. Milwtiukic, Nov. D.'tH-ia. SKNTIMKN-JA'I.ITY jho I the scono ot ol. 1 a t'ivii of "Paul ami Virinia" whether crib'fd in prone o'r poetry, or nlycall around the moon, except thstt it was'res- plt'nderij; wilh all Ihe :iiain- circle, i On; thfj Ktiutioner. WISCONSIN ST. on tt Inryo und funeral fl'sortinent ft MEinCAU TUKOl.OUHIAI, MIS- CEl.L.VSKOUS, anil SCHOOL BOOKS', DLANK HOOKS, Knirlinli and Aincrrcjin Smiioncry. nnd tiiinnnt J'riniinB OIK) VVtiiiiiii; Ink. Alia, a assonmcul Croolti'S, Wostcn- Moiharns1 FIN E Port. fc-li'ifl, (-11 rd Crmes, Puckct Knj.liaii and German Toys, Otc. fVhieh nre ol'- niOBlreASonnbii1 tcrnie. A faiHX vlftdo .10 and Schanl utronfion given to Pu'ulic juul private Ubrariep. MWvfnnViu, 'A'ttg. '1843. BOOKSEt.I.KR'AN'0 STA'i'lONKH. IS iiow'upening ynrieiy of Scliuol oinl e'n'ntpiining nil kinijf v in Kifrtthcr wilh PAPl'.ll, iJOOKS, of superior (jiulitj-; oiid.ST-V'nOAKV whwh he .furtiinJi nicr. chantn. (cnoliers anil odicra, on ilie iriost fnvorii. '5Je tcrnifi. Anmtttk for ROM ifHtMip's Offering Litf.rarV Itoitt'cher, reality has caused iiiany tail- eyes to and! put many white pocket handkerchiefs in action. Gi.'iitly reproving this "lutori'd he says, the lale 'I'heci. Houk t'he o'uly limo he was evcr'gtiilty of I.j0i once visited the tombs uf theiiu unhappy in order, 'ait-he .to Wfi-jj abnv.c their ashosj but uii'lnirkily, afU'r tears half an houroy'i-rwhal to be the restinu; Irund, to his .confusion, that ,Un vi'uopiii" ovt-r the wriwifj Iambi" may but before saw nor, do :know anybody that iia9. 1- of was hard. yHntersjt'- iijir jof short iany thing! else- try loo Try'aitjriew fe a smalt Ifi.yovi had.itiiicid1 but of, that _. ...ti...... :lfirrpf's' in so _ Jr i L' :._ 'IV___1 -t'j. i tbat .n Engtand for, thi; purpose' of .iip with the yan- jn pursuance .of. plan he at- coUii'sul [of the; day .'byj.certaiii of thi; moat 'emine.rit he-'Hon. son, A-ltorncy General of the has bt'L'i) appointed by.the tii dis- charge vlhe denies of'Secretary ol" State, at! interim miji! 'a successor to tfto Hon. A'bol Upshur-is appointed: Ciim imu'tlo'ri Lewis -Wash! ngion, of the ilurpau of 'Yirirdii lind' Diitle, dis- cliarijt the du'.iea of the Navy until; ft MiccesSor to tlie 1-loii-'Thomas VV. .Gilttiur shall lie appointed. Trades aitd prafessipni in TVcto 120' 'Wi jibttan'ceyth'iit :to. 'tiui.t hat y oride'r-. iiSr hjMi hia.srnblu'inan.ur.e tiutjot' riionth'itfi.i'ripntbj to v 'all'; 'i''i v.e.rery 'by The Thfjy. coniinence er solid tnpilalthan a black and a pair of, gold hire n gig: of Nulkey ;froni a dri ve furiously throngh i the city, as. if Iheif-I prnptiee ilrft them scarcely a sjiure siioiiventj tho door an Kn'tr'u' n tl ir '.fif tliii picture career in I. would _____.... ____ j her uppn.it is. 100; "puVhc'r.on Hair'bressera'205; Hotels and jis ;i30; I 'her1 vimity. at ..the-iTJiilf. n.di'duly c 1' wit.Vi 'iWi.' hnlnnila c'lilMTAKi'S fl'S.': Joseph Clooper, Esq., of'New Jersey, .planlpd in fourteen gramti of wheat, 'b'rbu'ght from the Cap's.of Good Hope, in the ship Kmpress of Chjina, 1785' jin Octobsr 1774, entered into the following compact nwsnh'KS, and the inhabitants of All th J corjfer sel perversion! of the of the from its hi extend by 'system of slavt-ry beyond itt original llueiicu! esls at limits, cnhninio its power und in- lind; ami promote its inler- and nbruad, and at ihe sacri-. fice
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