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   American Freeman (Newspaper) - April 10, 1844, Milwaukee, Wisconsin                               OMAN, W. W. SolKitof LYNDB at Low MIJLWAOTIE; Gdilbrial Smto THE Ova j-lTie aval Court to the fiHses 6f an bad favorite rifla and a supswhu Miller Ac f ATTORNEYS, i Offite P. CHAKY, Attorney ;ind C'nunKellur nt Law und tjollcitoi Cgumullor in Clmnctry, 1 Attorney enil Counwllnrni l.itw, olid Solicitorm too duiirt eiill of the Pi Offico, MilwnuKie.V.'-.T. i. DOCTS. W. L. J. K, BjUlTlliETT. I Otfioe ovci Joiio A tliop, coraoi of Wiicont-iu and itrtwtt, Mil Oct. 24. T 3. V ij. A. JD.-'j SMlflT AlUrncy and Counselor tir jinil Solicitor jn W T ftj- rfper-lo lAe.1 cor'wtr.t.-f. AJaia T. CAIIINliT ANI> titlAl'm WAni UOOM I j IVu doors of ar.J.nexjttcitlio (..real I VVtsterii .Sliire, Watur Street, Milv.jukiu S, nt democratic po- larftiUon, >n a fatter lively litldian, Geo jHarrtiUon. publnhed, a decided preference for Mi grtand that, if to the Presidency, be will be by edmtnsntJmi" influence, to ID Cto- greiM agitation of the slave -T ,_ the awfulicurtaipty waa to eharacteriza'i hfa spirit This positipo rijtidered acuesa tp him uti ty except a direct ran4 ex- pose4 approach in front and or tun of theoi were laid ;tiead quwtton Mi full catica with great inter- cut an mtenat m (.otnpatuon hank and tanii are conaidpred tb be iqoite there can be but Ilittli doubt ot his recaiviuj the elfctoral of ten of the It in up4n Una grodnd, preapma, that Mr il haaet hit belief, stated with so much 'Sthal Mt C's bl n( at.Id lot Also tu "Ml.e ackiiciwle iii ul tfoulii O'.Uhs, v.-rilu ullirtavitj i m un kr M i] [u-'Jti'iit hilJ.s ;UK! itrv 11 CM o( lor nun ami nisi) loas.i, buy or tK-U i-t-nl estate1, eithcv in or rotnttry, pur tuxes Tin- und ianih .Mtlilftti- ttLrt'x] oxanum. and M-i.il iiitWmutiun to purlins [iiiv part i Mr A TOHBII a highly respected and worth) citron of Southport, of the nierciolila hrra of Torrey a jxiitsmiger on the is to Hare lot, with, all, OB tlunog a derwe gale on Micbigan His Joss is deeply fett Vij an exteua'r, e circle of friends ind acquamtaQ- ceii. Bruw n, the young man who was to be according to Sontuuro loo 3 Jib. of the pnsent inonth, fo away v.1 h a quncVoon slave of 'whom he was qnhiiiuuri'l, has bun pardoned by ths htm, a awe aeensod tol bold, of ttie assailants Ono of trieni who could a little Euglish, probably prefwnng to hare tbu aigual honor of capturing noblo of JWJnff Pnantmittj, to present to hii'f 'f 4fti4 to 'S'f surrender, the most sovtheigo acorn i fiery eye, as it pie'rced that of seemed lo be In a- vo thunder Crockett ai j  morpent Ukr abounded ilj.t m established thWfttllest nrjou indsbuoyed! by each additiontl h... r........i. now hewing thoin down by his well tried lowing paragniphs gave cacu.tubti ihc 1 In viavc of the circumstan1 briefly adverted jo, hut minutely ID the evidence spread ti record, tha Court1 ehKriatns a dial and confident tfaatm original tag the plan for ihe construction guns, Stockton 'proceeded established praclii.ul facts that tn to a decision 'the fefwibillf) the contemplated project, he did not rt his own, theoretical opinions, but tp men of sctenee find practiCHl sktl and that fully their jtfdgnient of expenniiaru and Iritis w two guni., fully Huatnined the dud to t________ on evury ocaWiiW, pud feunpl t which iftaa by, the> jentire cire'ind attenffon c a Court, tha prudanoe dictate A death with fire o His was regpect can atfcefittk to aoj s thi Jtrnnc urton >r ad- ed by ,thaU ih the ought, nee m fnd fir- icolly the n prd- ob- this hi9 strength must ttooa yield I any of the criw ofj'iho 1'nnceton Yet siich pbysicnl powers, l receive prompt uttiiiitHm. Ch-ai ale, vvui-raiitt'tl, Ui i ut ti MrS, HIJ ys tnoder j tntl. )yr ti JDK vuioPttniuK WAR JM u ir. Dry Li.xidy, Unrtlwuu rn i-rr'um. Drnysi, Mixlicincii, Die Viunln Dve J-iiuini, I'liinls, Oils', I'utljr, i .1 liin Xi.'iiiuiiurv, Curiiur of Kusl UVuto'H und st., W. 1 1 yc cD, Oili Iron, Stuei, Wmfs, Ultis.M. Sail, Corner of Wnuir nnd Wit consin Sitrcets HACK) 1 1. ClcWks, Cotilbn, Funcy Silv'cr. Jt ilntjnijii Avar 7Wi N. Wii.lcljtj. Milwtmliic J ami Prtivi.sions, (.li ftfio lijudi nil Hli'oesi, Uttiriten'a I yhoca, Slijvn iiiuMndih Wattr- Street, ffcst Wnrd, Firm iltttfr mn-th CJillbrd'rt Bhii.li, form rl) owntd H. b rtci. Cnsli (inicl for Finn.-, Clirn mini Bhyns, Pork, t ni d, Milwnukic, Itt-t4. jjtf Station M His nn-.linn'd niiij (fnrioral ussnrliiieni; ol A MIS 1 'i BOOKS. Enjdiuli AmiirinHs'.Stijiinnpr) Dinipr aliil bonnet bnt.fd; VilnlinK unit Alnj. aMonmnitt of -IfoKHni, t r K XVcutlin hiiinioi CIJ I LI Perl fuli'K, .Cor'il Cnsnii.yDcUeiNookj O urmnii KniitHti Gi-.tm-.ui 'Btoji. Ac Which urc of ftleti moei tot" A !i count lo i.l I'ufiiculrir utMDlion fivoti (o furmtliiiijit Putlio O Kit to AN BOOK 8 -T KHMAN Si-KttiKo ttrrangM) on for and Siii- vjll. Ooonnie-ii; DVlGH'tS.-iK.NflUa' svith in urii Riitflijli litnuan. Alsu cui hi tot Notes, Bills Kxclisniji'. Jtc. 1'O.SOICK'S Gwrinau ilrttrudi etion Herman .Tertiinionts and Almi (orjitlc Hiu.je'n float .J, fqlutioA'. for nla, >n SOAP CANDW ITAI, nl .hill Brid'> Any who lo Vioftubly, will do tb.cnlll orkt thi Cottage inn. Milwaulcie. J'ot. 23.: A oodd wwi nuila lon ot Suulh Cnrolina Ha is, how- ev n i he murder via committed from no of hatred or reirnge, but for plun- der A company of soldiers had been de- d from Kort Cr ford to secure and 'mug in thit murderer i to Brnyi! hai cost the United Mites Mitlnn the over Fust, Mr lUunturs Piofln'M outfit ut yfar'aiitirj return allowance of deilh, with a terrible brought with blood- to its lass w rought to the highest degree of excite- ment by a haired of umvenalfreedom, cqa perform incredible prod gies This was thi. lait concentrated energy pf a powerful man, moused, animated, and guidt d by one pi the noblest attributes of ot b( -.VEKV lie knew for Vrbal his life wt-> (ilxiut to he Ha knbw that Itbtnly to the epermig of (V doors tofliemthat nould folfow of his heartlpss foeb he knew thnt helpless, woman not be dt 'lanorcct, sacrificed, aoidla satiats of the conqueror and iii'jjjiration of ji dying fg-' manfully tilli Hie TOM of j J j c ch ot diath (loji-d his up his nl't w OB broken to pieces, his pistaU ti II la the floor, and nothing but Ins faitiitul wib left In the ps he New York loard the Princeto iilent, and ti if the order nnd A yrriler in nWiean, who wW on itttc ac it, thus t hsciplinif maniffstcd at hit dread till moment '1 hefjctii worthy of ui r gnnlly trua of Princeton, Uit na pWVjf tha necessity cf 'Is prosperity arid sueec-ss, under its prt 1 Clt J I _.. i tnct govemtni nt, ueituny proof The Spy contains a tetter from Mr Webster, on the subject of tbe Annexation of'l'cxas, reply tti u lutter froth many citi- Ketrs of county, views if Illation to fhe matter He takes strong jocund tbe niv-abure, ting substantially aentuncnta which he uttered at a political mealing in Ibis cily in 1337 In regard to the Con. utuliona! quee- tiou mvcilvod tn thiicaae, Mi says J am, ceitamly with Mi fersott, Mi Miitiison, Mr J Q Adiimj, and other eminent ilu. Conslilu- litai never fie t ilnstssion oj new States, ferttud offt of territories offoeeiyn natunm and while F nJmit, that what lus been done 10 regard to Lousi ma and Florida must now be considered us legally J et J do not adnjit tha property or firthef, not a Ittrti lory, ceded by foreign i nlion, but a fofi ign naliqn it Self, with nil its obligations md ti'eattcg, its law a and its mslMuliops, in if tht otthi. (thich cornpos.1 this Union The tetter concludei us full an a i "lie brotd quest ion proposed by yon,  rtar a monutnrnt to their memory But ah' no manpmjnt la required to per- their fanieni Spilong as slavery has arl abiding place iiitTAtiuittCA rui dttda  o relitte thftwojicr: deedt of this illu.triom band of the wntjer got hii fnaterial fdr 'ttili woaierful" U of who related, that on a certain oc> CMIOB end hu ohanjed Itiree shoti without harm; he, shot he killed, dtgd" Bat li) article I propw t Col wounded and elWelypor- sued br Biimijer W the enemy, into tha fttting them they in the dtiUnniaed to fwa fMU Md H is no more Rl i 1 an y NAIURAI. TOONI -Ur gwith.ot lh? .f n infobM to ted Atmj'.tartbefollow-'ngitrouttt ML rtegro i hi y Were S II) far- red, torn, Hicer tatil 1 elsewhere, and just where 1 thatuilh on, theru 1 found him directions with no ttroula cjew- squall i A genlleinun derably excited at tl a to tne, attending to tha for an mutant startle the nesi mutant, tlk out ip Ins usual toni any Ihis enciutry but al at the lend calling the depth -of water, surprise, (ling the flag at half ictmn ot, unco Look thai although a presented on ,the iOUt _.._ .jjffetledsaloly, thdiigh with feeling j. to an ancho'ige es Welch, i, Swiss, Germinh, made, and irnmetlulclj t (rom it with the ofu natural oiiftoaitj in, tho I have just icturned from u visit to a place a short JvtLunei! Irorn here, a diauiverj has hetn tuade wb eh, uppeais to'me to ho curious A far- nipr ebout'sm irilles Irurn flere, was boring furiwflter1, and hat. penetrated the one hundred and fifteen upon draw- ing out his augur, hearq a deep gurg- hfjg noise atithc bottom of the holt be had a Of most terrific uo- rising to tha height of seventy feet, cnntyi.ig with it si onus and pitces of of a pigotbn'i egg, and attended witn a noist very Mimilar to thnt of letting ofl ettam from a lnrgo steamboat This corihnupd, with onnbited violence, houra, when it K little, and a pipti wan uisurted ifi jbe hulp viith a pock, fhs pcoprteftir has attacheV tp this T. most t appears to ott ill with vtriicb! convey the gas ttj and light tk yp in tils' most lianl! hydrogen gos, ahioost; pure -each u now an bejoslled gru'luaUijT throwng oft jtjie of frinnit mupg loeal goveriniKiitn lor local purposes, and eondding intti ,ltj> ton general jTuvrrnment tho ei ds uf t ;n polilu il rspnbk uf hung ful hlled, hy tjhes inie free anil popular Hjjine ajnumstrutioii, oier a portion olithe earth 'I is the result ol in ..abundance. About one'liundrvJnnd fifty men and wojneri of the .'.IVican ultiretl with-.the greatest neatu.'ss, wrf much Uarmony und ordoi.Jo! partake of the fcust; hut tie drink was} tii- vided-stronger than water.- Il was ui ti- .fulMtantial repast; the fi'stivsi peace.arid- freedom. This dinner have laki.'ti place on-Now Yciir's day it so happener! innt ti house part of the1 usli.nd.hud 4" iroye-d by fire and, at suggr: 'of their ininistor, the honest people to wuive tht r dinner, and to ftibscril the r monej instead', to the r the> For this I believe, comiidc'rably JJ1QO sterling, .and in thy ihi month or the year, firidjnj; thai inaltv wtri' x orkinj; wdll tliiun, ill thought it to 'indulge, theinselve's'witl theil locnt hrie-i-.'" Hy :in uhaiiiinq thcj coitiini'ssioned: me lj piv.wnt it of the'if-af-'eclionate rt'gartis 1'homas .Clarkson and Thoni-is Die two men ID whom, oth- ers, were the inojt ini for the r pri en't enjojaieni.'1 After droVft to Jvc 'one of Lord bligo's properties. AVe tht people on Uiis'property busily fciigpjjHi in the oicupition work i'u which ploughing is'now 'jircUj- general! bulistilulcd in Jamaica. areycua! g( .ting said my 'conip.iiiioi'i, to a tall, bright Idoliing. blui-.k irian, busily en pif; d MI n a hoc. Kight we'll, replied. l J ain 0-oni mj friend, w.heru are ma- MMl fur the ilitir attrir.pli fr..-I'lm-n tairiti'. ;ry, uml have ItJ la many ut'tlir "11 ia n chlMrirg- ainonttt of ol! IT fw labor bestowci! oil tl. oilu'.ci Huttmin of lSi3V .iss bj all :lhil ii! .Ili- uf U'J8. 'J'hiil is itsi'lf vf un uo- peasunts; am! lit n-si.ilt uf il (if i-it- bit f.iil to br a i ui. rea.v.' in I (un told. I'-iKi i may this result, il re; thd cjllivalioii c.f il u-as forci.-d on from tlifir othrf c ivholly unhl ihr piii-pt.-vf. 'J'licsn jihnitatioi f. iin im-onif io local liii1. to (lie wrra either 1 or On such ttidtrt slunofs which til in thtir level, the1 t-nlliriilion e.r limo tile- iiupjrtH of rttasinjj-, IILT'.V lising .t riiiii'h rnharictfj :i und pruti- i cir- preri-nt U in, thai T the .n the me. islautl ini lliL- tiii'iri'. pm i .irgri tbtn wherever they are in vituc; e lable; ijxju-nsi's short methodn visions on ;vtT unil -oplf My thft 'Vesl-.lmlia lining now hnvjght toa H, I wil! ihe UlKirly of principle poioU lusuhject in a district propoiitioot. negroes irorn- trcff vn the af Ma.vlr --j. does July ;ind fairly furnith miy i-xecption to ihe griieriil (inil, that, m w.hat shall I say to !heivi from island, v, bw.vr tlii! are jou shill I icll them Uiat IVuedotti kiiidiy, und trenlcd, Ihcre here1..- V; hi, much Giid'fo'r 'Much-well' tho? were- in- lUIE UI Jl our expt-ne-ree but our experience is domK. .V were, a .dollar foi I unurcid holes -.1 gre'at cl- forf, 'inie which Jtiaiiy of them actomphs'he'd by four o'clock in tin; iftirnoon How is this.'' iiske-il thusiime friend, is ftlt the' lumps cr wt-'lts on uf. O, f? iirt1 wirll on the projvrtirsuf iheir only ol biieh a result A mon n re-hi cul and arbitrary government may tend to (he limit ol its rmhlnry incina Uudf i soeh u el iiraetit, societj kept together liy paistire fit ri hy the ot the governine I ilsclf. and thi, ,ls Bm Imw -bx lolli npgio, 1 fioggo.l whe-u a H it that, ID free, eietlivt the-po nw." hticil taber j, must 'l hc yf thu .planters in Ja- emst and icolurc, not by siMtrirtumUnt mnica mu-t not be muasured by the ttie-re pressuit, c'u it-.'.tvir'l the I of tlle produce of sugar cbflee as mternat mutual attiactun of thOSB with the timu of slavery. Kve-n parts by jthe ssiniu ition of interests and wNri' duriinishwl, pic lit will I feelings, by a gensf of comn on cbuntry, caitimon political fjtmly, common cliarac- ter, fortui a and destiny it on.y fti- of such systems, Lut -Iso masters; ainl iVmt i y '.U'llcriplion of under fiei'.iifiii.: l.i-t t; tliai llic on 'Oj Ol) thai busily ini tiiir uvvn i "ijraiJi.'T.iii, lini-r iv net, lio-.vtun, -b who But K.voit arn rJ.iil in coQtnutaucp by mtartsof penoiJicit popular requires. elections, mutual a genenl acquaintance, amon, tliose who are to in sOch eletlion- in diVichmts to bs selected for high siloa w and to ext rciso an in jftM ut( and fiuttice tlw hnpppneM of nil, wouhJ uecnv indisriensnbta', that a gent ral; if not u eriat conhdencc shoule be insptitd, by mcrmsc d it freedom' be fairly the iivingof 1 had ra-her j 1 sixty turu s of snid A. 0., under i than ones hunclr'-'d I twenty is thtrsaviiijr.ufexpi'iisi: i! that 1 a bivlle-r prolif by less 1 greater parl of his rjjalionuhtif., until bit twceme assimilated An hundred j ears hi grt-at-graiK1 parents mi Americamied' qe, a Wisconsinitu i nearly nil JL of Europe to the of phjsology, this is flo't to Rilmie AAnnfMi I I Dftw -J na-ned hert, died near StanUJnj Virginia, on ilia 19th qU oged IIS yaU He a Ool Washingjbtt at the groat bjit L. Jr 'il nil. ._ T tte of the Monongahell the 8th vtheT.1 firt'ddoc'Jl fas defeated, afiid af'ervr4fds at thesurrin- der( of Cornwall, nt iTSorktown, on Jht 19th pf October l.tK Spectator says, "he honest and i rinus, and" the bojs o ir town'will Jng o virtues and patriotism It eerltuhly rtiSw be well questioned, w ilh how mu> h of irmtu al intelligence, and lion much of a spirit of conciliation and rnnnony, (.hope hva-onthebt Lawrtiict and treSt be expected, ordinarily, to un tbe choice clr A the mhnoi of thi'jBanks of thf. Rio (Jiande del and the Oouirndo Tt it) evident at leaat, that there must boms. r some 1 nils t-> i Hepub lie which it! lo a eon mon centre Free ind urgent speculations n ay lead to the indulgence of an idea, that ueh a Re publie niaj extended sn er n w hole lit in On tho other less ciK'more chastened by the pits of hiitilrj, mayiftjur, thnt exi often ptadifees wujknejtK, rather than 11' Do jou seo that excellent row stone .wall field- bulow said llie-i phjsieiin to tne, as sson.d at A. B.'a frout door, the .delight ful sct'ii- try I hat vrnll could scarcely been of or l f! vt'H nd ccn.t; iiy, sonii: ni-v.-, Ijiit i- ndilt- Hosidts nil this, ilU jM'r1 a.' ,v hour's crrrlti i I s rit.'urt'ii, e. idles ni.'itio aihl .tid forme''.., it.u ulluri ilior.. i-fl'reU-d the1 nt-i li'clH c it .1 unrr :ll to .'.'Ai-tlipt. ,'i'it: Ut-l Uj tlii1 !s, ty l.ixy ,-iti.ift-, w'ho v il. du i.j jrk at et- il: by ccmpul.'-ion. is fur etef Kii-di" inwu Uj-ii n cuiirw ful- by ol' .built at i r ot the- net essury labor could not ihctt hired "t less than or abo Jtj Under frerdoon it coil ttiily from per not one third of .the..uiiiop'nt. f (ill more fohn retnarkuble is the fact, that the whole of it j was built, uiidor the.stimulus of joli-work, tie 111 ihnoi bynnmialid negro, .who during sluvi'ry, had be'on giveu up to total.iiiacti'oi: 'I'his was thusuhstancr; of oui-coiivc-rsuiion. The information after wards fully c miirnietl hy the propnclor. Such was -llie fre-sh blood infused into the veins of this ducre-pid person by the geuial hand of fr.ev.dom, he had been redeemed from absolute Icssntsi, had e'Jtecuted Und greatly improved his master's jTopvi'ty. and, realize'd for h'.niself a haneKome SUITI of'inoney'.' 'i'hiii single fact H adirtirabl} illustrative strength anfi tint of lhe foe that other attractions, H less and less powerful, purpost if as good iis'a thousand.'1 as the more, and more dis l w "lt" lh" tanr In Ihfs difltrence betivten ardtent ibe faunfon specqlubonsJ and, cautipus fears, wems "to me; be, he truest wisdom to bj i, -t -H, i1 r J" 'he present slate of Ihings, wnce thnt the regtaientai" I of on all to InnU L v. l I i r If be singularly hu-ppy, jlrosjiarous end hon- they hap) been ooiicsWed. (or look U laihbent btuo ilaini-, without udur, exttn guishc-a llanie immrrsui in it, and possesses the properties of hydrogen, ac- curdinj to all the it in riiy Ip apply oth a time, iw A the Sjlate Hpuwytrdlin Phil- adelphia qp Mondiiy, attendej by some six thouUnd to'coniiaei' thi' subitct of eAtfluding WBille Public A great maay vtatvst speechw of I oo our hijjhi-iUys of parade i THE tAaona E GiiBbn THK W< L (fci ount of n itobijr of tb be vcrv correct id Ports----------- tipnifon____' New Yorlt---------- ill.. .L'. ..32006) Ja all pawls of Kiev, tl tn I can regard the my judg it tlecitfcdly to lhe project 
                            

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