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Weekly Argus And Democrat (Newspaper) - June 29, 1852, Madison, Wisconsin WEEKLY VOLUME 8. NO. 46. MADISON 1 rum I dull r Ut I- TEST XMV As we promised jive the record m on ihli Wu pv it from the official of the of the N. Constitutional Com aa published at its on in the of November 14, and in 24, Our tho conclusive exposition both Pit and Judge Wood bury to the in and at it as on tlie pages of. the will SIGHT VIEW OF THE HC writer m the York Times They are driven an wilh 'the maik of I anil apostrophizes the iron horse as m the W hat do ot of fa seen sweeping or Madison ft lo lie trusted i with legislative you like the of anew in our neighboring Do J Take your stand six from thus ostracise a On ttf road in tha the night aid had the of l to aid the clan irt t the of j Afar off the i Half Wan and t iv iu WLT creed id not g In revealed by tins going further into the solid and partly felt as a leader in I to iny not only ror tilling the second 1852. lisny o tat broo fought aJo tij side with us f the face of tlie Afar nt and ami under ear catches a drawing walls of and that their half it grows iu to mor w A T. been IN I e n. me pico of of f moat enthusiastic demonstrations of tho was in part n confidential f Gen. copy it ils for 1 admirable remarks with which it was no- titan j 1 wire has cms distinction m I no T niters i fid i i r T i ie on v MWV dig second swei s- and just to oilier but not reputable lo us and deepens in The I Ii 14 IT ITII tit i i i in i I il ii tn that Mr. voted and tho obnoxii rhe of Gen. Pi and by struck out of the Fiom tho Daily 14, 1830. COMMITTEE OF On motion of Mr. of tlu on x-e vii Property Mr. San i of L iho and K in tl lit a or to the aga in which wo now quakes under its a bli lo retain test as fiom the eyes of flashes I into the and seel Without this convention with along iu snaky with moro on I would only add 1 to the and its nA that like thuse have ted to train trom side to side a the of such in many of vy a gigantic and our sister and ID the constitution of monster instinct with life and power cr the m my ing the earth its and creati g a extract the j or THE Galena of Thursday last announces tho arrival of the steamboat Black Hawk i from up the Wisconsin with 3900 bushels sacks of hither s I We are from day to day tba small beginning of a which wo ara satisfied will m five be greater than are to bear our the m of father's proud my they soon mo all danger of the executing his ut sincere to invite you a in my by you the office of Attorney of the I have selected you for this APPEAR my and without the solicitation or of any I have done so because no doubt your personal f. TTi Celt and us to their wisi Mr. 1'iKtitr, of that he could concur in all the gentle man fiom had h s last It w is quite obvious i que having patience of the J IVI 1 I. II I 11 H III 11 tn Hon I'll 1 Hon Hon. O. s r i r if fi Knnr I iii 1 1 it f K I. V r B I. 1. W n 0-F.n. t V ROR IT M all religious taken tlie that of our shall notl except by of the r i to vr a tuw reasons f. it. 1 it to our i tor r ii u it as fur n it. is tn being bv the has of n half 1 am a unison hku iv to cf ill and a public opinion imgc it al Hum o J do order to ll and and in thi nit and io public am ihu well best whirlwind with its blasting as Is there anything in the w lich j ilia mind with a resistless than n s nith iii blazing eyes and smoky breath r me would be and the that iu anxious to know som sonale of He is not far from five f bo our next eleven inches in ui mo o duties of iho would aid in mv In this at and finely His face and ry mer of and hme of his loui nnd inc t to his feet and up in with turn awny n if its beauty was no Inat giil had only ihe Ever cince iho be- when ilia on my pine I had a nnd perhaps it was I did not mean stopping to look at o cluster Uher y is on on count of Hie soil and and tlw f of the and ni i f mul ia able -t lr ty viill hope our merchants will encourage the trade in every wty lit tho and not the man so having fur d patience of the with the speed of a md Se I you mav hw speech both tho the air and earth with the o Ren in resolutions under W W n more lofty j frank nn mother s j light The New 1'ork Fillmore is for an Independent Whi n in the resolutions under had been listened lo with Not he horror of What the savage seeing it foi ihe irst Imagine a across the ihe of high character country fifty bv my the power of Ins leuts the scalo it's its on the Mdo m a ase whero by its presence and rushing itol was the judgement as it now muhea hito the wasi not while you gaze upon the here it M to the hear ot but because it iho grounds attain What of it we on which we in such fill tho world What tales of its avo bo as have of speed and power would the wnh foree of and of the villas of It a sei vico well 1JOCK v. 0_ R 1ILBO., r N. Sept. G. 846. Mr DEAH letter of the 27tl a week With of the and harmoniously he com- habits those of a man who is IT is j deal to be and time to do it i io it been more and Ho forever at and we mav safely i a he entered it lie nn mnn importance of proposition in of will not think man c- has been Will i mv no r were in n on tho hole to nY A uoL Mm man dolay in I in my for last his powers morn what allotted j mg I had one to plant i or 1 remember lhat the I I crept th nv fafor cWM the i. an an in we will put tho ul could U so nre less romp ict of om I as well rondo not vindication if past than the Tlie motives of the of I ha nnd of I lliu in 17'J'i had been placed in their light So much wis duo U. i dnu to and the i plu they and duo to the Hiate lhat it be understood lint of the and lha faun al least the 1; 1 i thf v Nor it 1 but 1 nm deistic i to any in the j the They been in- Un a examination it will bo found I operative P's UOCK V. U. R he dn Lac National Democrat annonn -es return of Mr. MACT from the ie by the for tho the following programme for It begins to look 1 to and Iu as in mm ing at least miles at t i lud encl tllis if the seas continues forty miles will be bu 1 before Mr. cite of tha cc as the oue your partiality 1 ought in to high 1 I nnd tho of his In he Had ho a v is already at Chicago prepared advance the work immediately at that end y fen TIT in and to Til m FOND DU WISCONSIN V Jc 1> will n i 1 IV r D In nl Th h ITU 1 1 Vi 1 of provision was in- in Swell Hung out by some tho that co an and ihu of it in the of retaining ii on became that after or two to and a with ynt not Uing the provision though the will of a How does tho stand publican principles of Bv i laws ate made to made for m to any This is not that b a and not in some I tho for an but I and witli Caused an 1 millions to perish at the nnd was ona of the greatest which our tn nnd of if all in their tein 1 all while us be found to in a matter so nt Buffalo waiting t utterly repugnant to public rench this place Tne religious test in had i find will be th 3 a ilie at by four others have bet homo and Il been to anil once for in New The foreign for the delivery at Gice as uf the and liberal of passenger and a spirit of Although he i to equip tLe road limes felt hu A huge quantity of iron for tha he hud nu doubt other by the of th to of thu I the greater part illustrating tlie and free I already been lande 1 -n New Yorl jour to but I cannot doubt the matter has been bv i When I iii ich oast 3 our f ick by from my at could not have around you whom 1 a more than Mr. Mr. Mason and Mr. A iii r far as in UHI are K i up at i they vanish must hear I wond nnt spin n me fiom It it os I it the thu of j my n Mimed I IT. j a (I know t slipped from the white of pome like tile like the in aiming the inid MJ salient iv of inherited in tlie mav not who v Jfe tlm it. I 111 all thai wi AND THE Albany papei of the D lily -T Catholic fellow is could not be more I Fierce for tlie had the whole been the subject bigotry of his State's own which makes the I add your a -ation for in foreign and administration of the If Mr. was the author or have commanded not merely 1 of my but my e as an how on every the j would he to and u-t I mature I am decline it. the ny nere to public it J van never really suited fo my I of that he certainly to he held liable for by all good or who hold with the al Constitution that law bo made the of religion or the on tho we well know lint lit. has throw n into -I viill be a no lly hail Tha thought U. im I and con 1 the mo a-l 1 havu ever I n Jin and when I J my j went upon j I hu looked down nnd fov lhat mission dune tha lia had have its and passed I will you give mo ono of these f Mamma V She very and we don't have flowers nnw and i i bolt it a ded io or f tlie gmt ot ihe whig in o by their ruol It it a simple by a nt to the int i a to lhat e New York another of the S They at ihe price of their not silent but an iinm nil by nor which they nnd did uh in ihur lo defeat at iho t ma of their such n demand it or in ills condition of the to and whether it be by uur h rn men whu .my regard for nr tbu child his ys daik eyes lingly io Thank thf thai was gift lud chilled my tn I nml of thu mnst t of the ing blossoms nnd them in Im little It the little of his im be bis I Convention at iwo y Wua h nf nr nf ttfr Ir. T n i. j pr IS HUGHES jit Law tn W fit to ry Public t ion Mutual ot our and at least fin many u The question j toleration settled I settled inn mamier never to Ie while retain prevent fm m j 111010 than The D of the i could lo involve m rj i thu sub I town and no ject opinion ami feeling so I and ever e-U tint ion hail at to dispense with ho Judge fiom 111) i H OK mem her of Congress from Illinois in his on the progress of the speaks o General said in the Senate in 1H4S ia now twenty years I sat all in a canoe t at there being no human t in which we could And Chicago if now un city mi this and the of i at all to or those have committed interests to and who rely on my you that Mrs. health at Washington was very I even moie so and the responsibilities would lily imposa upon of to constitute an objection to onr quet home fora public station at When 1 my in sprl in 1842, I did it wilh the filed purpose ni I Look Irs fiom my in tho vrar I 8 Ju was 4.179: in 1 for of into re- pour one-third the com- port upon this concluding with the I city mal- J ling ancient Carthage in und And since ihe period in the vrar 18 Ju was uml in ia OUO in time ot And her destiny i's on ward to e reason as empress of the laces the before act of would be to mv THE burch Jns hoisted tho of and the Democratic So the New York also a neutral A BANK would the of a-i resolution That no belief in tl nny particular by e. These aro some of haie my will not believe that I considerations in. You rny lo handling one joli to re- a for one ir The of it luxes of that and after four weie the pi- tes I Ot tie 1 have tlm late Mr. ihe of tlie and Mr. 0------' tbo poet nnd It was a long but it at last a dilapidated dwelling in the of tho i I have you and the lo of in She wjs up in her vouch in but a tf wild the pallid u bund willi lie of from lima bol Iv defines tlie ol tnu a mi Seward 1 may iho will nut that the be by the mir of any new lest They will never thai ihe of HIP mise he made a pan of c and tiny whelher he In- anv mum by it or r s in mv n lam vote of a northern out O as vrell Kiand tint stands and ii tha ut from a i. and pro and is wide and whig Senator it ilir parly occupy wuh Hie lhat ihe Illinois whig convention of hut winter evaded the ui minds ihu people the s atiel ilio of stretched wilh lie as nf ami d of and lay C i. recent I t lio doctrines the country and the his parlor with the shall be 0_f tho Chicago to the of i F v I Plp ai i I ui me i i J I of four no- lie especially as the is one I in n gold well for 1 i 1 hint f Hist I have his ticket for Ihe purpose of at lier pride its in thu hod supplanted and thu pallid much of lhat lay around in tlie und that in at the wist hail rested for u moment upon the around her b bad and iu State Reg. nnd one puny wauls a but not lo ask lur and ihe other wains to do thu tml bat not ihe courage til go W Ital did j ou clime here in- Susan Nipper lo lor friend who made her u call when iif ihe wore I ID nt bi Kuit Wiln r. I ir- at nad s Can no lut Hc v lor J H V. K for i C Notary awl i wnl tin not It tlie to for to d to in i out the lint the 1; allow but i ro m up ins lor 01 o' by of tempting n and of 1. by i Van 1 in December 27, i if m iio J i M. D. Int in hold them to all by test you moved thai subject bo on W JUK nnd fi I Ul and I'D tt I 3r. ID IV I. lora O. A at f make all it in the 4th as 'a as not to be in nny way and yi u leave than latits it In i In m tiding f. it bv s I is to iho of nnd of the very first ariele of declaring all mon lou do imt give io all equal ci in fa vi in of or of hU in of lot organisation in it. at renders a bi io to and worth of It Hon. of New Dear Duffy In great I have ml down to tell you that 1 am mined to my parole throw up my I of nnd afterwards attempt rny I I seek soino land in which a and honorable career will he open to end free fiom the galling which nnd hamper me and ihe yet more galling indignities in- j themselves even into of my I may Hnd and for I through the goodness of G hope with his aid and 1 shall have the of writing j lie sunlly We a taken fiom the hat jf hor drowned a tailor by Broadway swell men by a Wall street f. to kii tbu is I of nith our ii is he bis but he i- than lie has tor the two or Clay I when he henrd of but a who hu fell would the m a by the Tho opinions ew a ave e o II is itiu candidate my next letter under the shadow and protect the L Sui tion of t 1 of the United Outside of his wo always ii ink He ia a man of noble im of tho flag of and remembrance lo and all my dear and devoted 31 D. 1 md lo Ln g ve o all equal lie 13 a man of and all my other dear and devoted teeth rf kind believe me. my dear Duffy ever to re nil to shall not be and good deeds I whatever be my fate to ami and as such Your and or let ono hold forbidden but about i T K to It is contrary to aD- As plain Frank Pic sound and reason to as we I wt tnow bilu like too thin may but not a while Hu u a Tent u T. f. I I were a riah my tbu How the in girl w v 0? yen tlie The of is a worse fur water of Mr. are no longer th. or a o patriot 11 Hiat r resi 111 me were J I stood awed and silent the I borrow some m a likely had an m my I and and who I lien have come d the Ihu of her had it across were onr lie down one nnd up Alarmed at bin the not directed her .md I A rom I be t ire with own Hosion pi inter in Cali and hu a K J in evening of ibai the and j found were to iho home the to mind Im on Mr of former had other to make and hii 1 it- the year the she ihe old i thu You came to bug an I kiss me to hut you die strangest and ihe Lord knows you was left in a few necks t oilier find but wl io tin an- j parties thr guileful band n J u. 1 bu nn rubber i O it bcr nut and mu a fni man or alighted at our nor a at These if they are em i nis in i a few iu village bn lot the me. if he in yc ir accent and heait band n I never wnh her of the pure ore found lo i her child lo the pr some two Trait n nf a fur ilia for all of comfort and luj i wero her I t he is i your and he cannot buv any and he well travel is Jacob's Ladder like miles nnd dine and Because it is a lot of hardly to emphasis little tbe Uj an The Baltimore Argus is informed who was tho surgeon of of the ten that nfler the of Chin Gen in t u very fact that they ill every introduced into by lia in bed and but let I for improper and ta every man a and and and I i a flow in all thy Waldo Em- by thu New B of a Col- they firmness not tn the to be swindled of There is an old toper in Maine who is f nm nf ID of S Ie OTM Due 01 4 Tor lo to represent one and polls lika the great enhance which led to V n han Protestant sects are sects are of aa they are mado to the ttn making a fortuna out of the He gies into New Hampshire and and when he comett back charges his ukMA twelve and a for OD spiritual at 1 ling his my nt r i BW amt mott j A from tjia tj e mode its with fat J soma of tlie trains while others e free from it. It made With Stein's command of 300 on tha way to Santa On the of of tha men bad but rushed shouting through the 28J guns were and the bells tolled for Some of Gen. Scott's rau up the street fire that's inks it all aint no universal i; a darned i L .i u 1 r Many books require ria fom and for made no web We has a b ITS been u the of the above i. coul J Cicero never filibuster V to Because he soys A in an electioneering took n walnut into the Ha told hii era that was add the The 4io wan the Free Soil He then said he them the the nut sail DEATH or PERRY that the of New 0. S. Senator from this died of at on the 3d innt 99 o n uen tha crowded with f a. tin did his not know tint iho Wings have been the very worst enemies to for and public Ilia V g nf money oniony the unhappy and when he nn receiving of of ho added to U. it among lib or thi in fret oil the Hd Kent CO many old fat of money are being in onr good at 10 per and it b cult to loin at that for nny length We should not be surprised to tta money offering at 8 and 9 per before tha is The extreme rate in the money must induce HOW TO liken mota soil Downing shows the good of tu tha If lo n very larga train bask tin north of md with rettM
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