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Tioga Eagle (Newspaper) - October 28, 1852, Wellsboro, Pennsylvania2v a Ramie newspaper Jolof Alitto 2lgrutttttfrranl country is the inst Prosper Otis where labor Cotrott iinds the greatest Wellsboro thursday october 88 Shearer if the medical col tit Ophir. Doors his ser of Woll Borough and ils Trio faculty of Noti least Corner of Avenue and Pearl 185s. In a Ilie Public that he Wil Maiuu Leuthy Opp site Wall Oci j r in i Tim lev soda. Truce pics Etc i co. In cheese .1. Ill Kimi Ilij a Bix or hoots and i ti.nwai5k, Tor Lor u. G in Nelbon co. 3. B. Babcock. I Oil t l i d Jones k in wry goods iroc incs address of the state Central committee. To the democracy of committee conformably to on usage of the party Are now prepared to address you upon the great issues at stake in the present Campaign. We have deemed it belter to defer this communication until those issues had been1 freely disc us Sid and Alj the i this of testimony and argument had been shed Elbe upon them. The verdict of the Pepple As soon lobe pronounced. We ask you to be firm and a victorious As you were in the Jefff Refl and Jack son never in nor since tie Days of those de parted patriots have the country and the Coustie Lution been a puff of your cordial rally. The simple truths of democracy Are the same now a.9 they were half a Century ago. Our Preat party Bents tin original Lime honoured name. Its principles Are unchanged und must endure As Loti As the Republic itself. They will perish ,, on Mic other hand Lei us follow our Adversa Ries thrive High heir aliases and their Linns. The Federal party exists now As it did fifty three years ago composed of the same ele i Mesils measures and principles its identity is readily detected. The spirit that lighted fires to signal an enemy to Fleet in the War of 18 12, another enemy to provide hos Gnivi-a1 for american to Liers in the War a g. 3w. La1wj3 Aiti Iid to All Calls in his in Era Orond Tioga and Potter counties. y-1 "11843 and in both tins traitorous con the principle of specific duties adopted in the whig platform was repudiated by the Leader of that party Henry Cluny. In a speech delivered by him in the Senate when the Tariff of 42 was under he thus expressed himself i there is the principle that a Valo Rem duty Choll prevail and be in Force at Al Imes. For one i am willing1 to abide by that principle. There Are certain vague notions afloat As to the Utility and necessity of specific duties and discrimination which i am Pere a ded arise from a want of a right understanding of the subject. We have had the and Valorme principle a practically in Force Ever since the Compromise oct was passed and Ivre has been no difficulty in administering the duties of the Treasury on that principle i say that in and according to every Sou id principle of Justice Tutje and Val Fem Mode of taxation is to the Carmot believe Htit our opponents Are sin Cere in their advocacy of o High Tariff. They have now been in Power four years and we ask what they what have they at tempted or recommended 7 nothing. It has Heen a subject of serious , reflecting men for Many years that certain Large interests have with a common purpose used their Means and influence in elections to oppose democratic administrations and coerce into their views. The Fate of the United states Bank might have proved a salutary Warrer ing. To All such combinations. Tie american people will and never ought to submit to. The dictation of capital Forslu namely the Illus Ory expectation which gave birth to fetch anti Republican Means Ore fast dispelling and right thinking men Are general la falling into the con that it is f afr Ami certainty cheaper for of the Ruth and party of for to any Branch of in from changes of circumstances Dot become the passport to the highest honors of rhe party. The rag Barons of the old time foil Trot under the Flag of Ilie Bank of the United j slates As Long As it could finish pay acid rations Are now below the Standard to us Ang one of the 10% few known of acl of that year than to expend opinions of Luicir pad Date of. The present Day i adopts that ".obsolete, but alas though at Law i Ovi Suton to Fox county a. By is d in Urf will be attended or Imi i july. A i Sil Jsse by i their measures remain How thinned the ranks by the desertion of the patriotic who abjured their Means and influence in a fruitless attempt at the ballot Box to array themselves in organi Etz i air s Kim y Lutold. C o. To p. null j Wells t ii h steel Dpi How changed the that Pace i great and dangerous party. Odious unpopular j and condemned the name of federalist has been i abandoned being self christened again with one clap trap title after another Trie party j of Mainil Tran and the Adams hit one Day 1 upon the Impromptu Ofa new york1 editor and culled whigs f to us appropriating to tiie use Ofta party Ilia constantly aids the j i Eue Mii s of their country in every War the name i of that band of patriots who stood u p for. Their Ciuti Irv in the revolution against the lories of i Wijn aided and comforted the enemy 13nt lines a change of Iii me change the Arian j exist tithe Day. Before they Southern states and without substituting an effective equivalent would be a solemn nullification of the Constitution. Let us Blip pose for a moment that the Stales were at this time Ett eighties upon the one Eton shall tee form an Union there would be no and if the Constitution were How to be reconstructed could the North expect to drive a better bargain with the South than the cons Lillion of 1789? be it remembered that the question of Cla vory in the Southern Spates is not now and never was in the Power of the people of Perinor Eyl Vanta to Settle. We have nothing to do with it. We cannot preach it Down by Epe Echea or put it kown by Bay Nelsi the there be one imposes upon Man nothing that is beyond his Power to. Accomplish. No code of morals Ever taught tip Oij each us to invade the Homes of Pur neighbors and propagate opini6n at the Point of the sword. Let the South alone. The benevolent May find at their very doors objects enough of real misery and destitution to exhaust their overflowing human kindness without agitating the people. Of the Union by an unattainable project. The Public mind is tired to disgusted with it. The simple question is shall the Constitution be obeyed or annulled j the experience of the last four years has demonstrated that the course of the United states upon this vital in inf May Lead to the Best or the worst and we affirm that upon this great National question., on which depend the quiet the Prosperity and the stability of she Union the con duct. Of general. Been so re Sei Ved and Uncertain that his supporters do not agree now among themselves As to what he really Means. But whatever he Means Thia much we know from Clear political experience that though a president of the United Stales May As warmly wish to respect the constitutional rights of the South As did men. Taylor yet will he be so compromised and overruled by the Sewa Riis Andyjohn Blons who surround him As to put in existence the jeopardy of the Union., on the other hand what Patriot heart but such in the statesman and the Soldier whom Virginia the Mother of states and statesman finally presented of the Union in convention assembled and ringlet. A French paper gives an account of a carious incident Charity at Park. Nomination was ratified by that great Congress j at one of the pressed around the fair vender of Inch Assurance who Ipa Zed upon the lady with offensive Freedom l.4od affected to Adt Nira iqra an divine Providence to remove the president from be in thing., fitted for the High a latin. The nominated we. A. Graham of North who Carolina strange inconsistency the and to cat sofa High Tariff select ils Opeo the men Dallas Cut casting Tariff Bill in 1842, adopt for his Suc Cessor Gratia m the same the itinerant who Harangue the people of Dis Trice supposed to favor a Liberal solicit their support for a May Erse and hostile to their the True Rea Aoh for the nomination of Graham easy told. It was to secure North Carolina and conciliate the South. How far it has succeeded. North Carolina has already an what Ivill you please to buy asked the. Lady Vitha smile of Peculiar moaning. Replied the exquisite m ing look. I Moat wish to Purchase is unhappily not for perhaps it said the i the fair one let me know what you wish to then since you insist upon it i should like to have a ringlet of your Glossy the. Lady manifested no embarrassment at the Zed opposition to government with Success. The whig parly cannot and never will ameliorate1 their condition it is neither their i beats with pleasure at the Manly firm and _. If the open declarations of Franklin Pierce upon this great subject. His eloquent and concise Maxim interest Hor their intention to do to. Any were oven to them the Fiji would prefer contest fur polite no capital to path of Success. Let us adduce proof of this assertion. On the is March 1851, sul. 3.9, Slat of l. P. Especially to afford and Protection to Coal nil Iron Viz pity it . July out. Misc blvd i a Lite unde Cut let l a cowl b1ngha1w estate or Reivo f i l turn Iii pc Siw Luilie i rus j i i Iii Linin Lor Huid in in Idun i i Ofil a is , 6n a i Rici Zuj near lie t b. Clyj1e11, agent. I a a. We. Jv31 us of Ali or i Ili Lical with the questionable morality of f j seizing on i party name without Rig lil or a i our political opponents by a natural Advance j i in nullifies live appropriated to their use the j name of . Aud now Call themselves. Upon duties Siuyu. whigs Manije confusion of inti Dpi when shall we look for a definition Toca , roof a co., a Hue itcen1 recently Enla Vireil a .1 Renvoi itch anti in new it a Hole in the county Tkv i i pm add to l4lc coins Public in a m to nil who nov r jaa1ks a Graves hotel to fit county now Oien fur of lha tra 1 Public. This Sioui e is Hoof the most r and Best located houses in Wells and Propri lors Leel confident of Niv All who May give Thorn a cult. J. Ii. Grave the genuine that their political enemies who Imd to inti to Nam and furious pity fran foreign ports is heavy driven to necessity a in afforded alms Wilh the title of democracy counterfeited., Protection to inter their flair 1 nor is tins democrats of Pennsylvania the Only Ailini Sion of the Power arid virtue of Dei inc racy r parly Lias sprung states1 and settles the whole question. No North no South no East no West under the con Stitum Ion but a sacred maintenance of the com Kirin and True Devotion to the common with we will ii tribe Section i be it enacted. That in our flags and win the Victory and under Hisada cases where in re is or shall be imposed an Al i ministration peace Harmony and Union will Valorme rate of do y on tiny oods wares and i Malie glad the hearts of the people. Merchandise imported into the United ,, it j the comparative merits of the two candidates shall be the duty of the collector within whose before the people May be briefly District the Sorne a Lull be imported or. Entered general Scott is a Brave and expense need Soldier hut Bis Are nought nomination is chg second Mere military Experiment upon the people and the result of the fuel must Lead Njume riots to Hope this Imo be the last. sayings of Thia Distin i wished general out of the of profession Are Vazci Latinw and weak. Tune no period of years is Long enough to entitle the Emigrant to citizenship rat another one Yea in or on Board a ship of in Liis opinion be proper time and place to Studi our and qualify the Emigrant Fqy naturalization. At Tia very your committee Are penning this address it is a subject of painful remark Amon moderate men that general Scott is converting an Ostena Ibl ascertained and to Nuch value or pick . A a costs and Cusk oe.-, except insurance and including in every a Clurg p fur com missions at the rates 55 value at the port where Ron and carried thl6 Ouirt have satisfied Jyh How it Loir u Lead Hen fair Hull democracy of the lulled states Oul press Rel vvhi2 accor Bat Man Fps the freight on visit of duly front washing Lon to Kent cow in to a circuitous succession of parades via Pitts. Up a party that seeks to dissolve the co pan a neb hip of the Stales by annulling the Cove-1 l Nante of their is Socialino a parly whose Leader j pui3 the i Tui into Ilie lands of the fugitive i slave and counsels him to murder of Suer of j the pursues him Hia Alp lays j violent hands upon your honorable and cull Thema Elvea free the people of our country a re therefore but Ilia not to discriminate bet vein the spurious and genuine. V 4 to the travelling put Bixio. I isl Llars Hotd. Terms per Day. Linvina ujhely Bermo Propri Lor of Rill is Ilic t no til of to Nti Lei. In Vitigo Reil iced Iho Given Nui Hifp Ali it ii it a Hajj Continuo to to a circuitous succession of Parai Burg am Cleve Larff it is said Esla. Is a Cost of charge upon the j turn to Washington by Buffalo and importation of merchandise Isa Simon truism j and the indelicate Cha Vel or. Sec Elnory Cnrwin-isj.ues.his-trea8ury. I not ameliorated by the theatrical burst Otar Jec order that the Cost of shall not he added t Ion of the general at Cleveland forthe Rich to in e Market value of merchandise and. Which fell upon his ear. In sober that duties shall nol lie assessed upon it this truth such to the Hono violation of Law is for prevent in the Colu chios of the duty there is no Opportunity whatever to Curry the question to the supreme court of the United states. Is not this conduct in a double keeping the word of Promise to the ear j and intelligence of the class whom they Are de signed to entice and expose the country to Nodi 0 thu final struggle of the second of november will quickly follow Trie Dato her contest. On if you do your duty of Ronkon Pierce will Modi certainly be elected president St Tea and William h. King vice a Brief View of the issues before the people a Creed in it is upon As an but this duplicity of the whig party we mean not the plastic mass who still Hope on duped honest and obedient but the rein holders is coupled with another Dodge of More rho Menlo Ami of deeper fraud the National platform on which our opponents Eta rid is an avowed badge of deception. In the Eoula it is used As a reality in the North is a mockery in the Region it is honoured As connected with the Nall ortal candidates will Lead us to a Correct . You have examined the two Paltor Ansof the opposing parties they appear to be alike. The whigs in Imit Alfha have paid a significant tribute to the a Trio inv Sage City and intelligence of democracy but the Resemi Blunte is a u. Wool lain . I Booth s text Sperance House clean thing. One whig of tie party Abandons the candid sle of defenceless but worships the platform another abjured the pollution of the platform but glorifies the. We wish it were possible to sail that this Janis faced conduct of the whip party affected Only some minor Point. Bul it touches the Root of the Constitution and con or _ Cerns the stability of the Union itself if is a Section or amuse an interest. With j trifling with Jive peace of the country and pan i Wollod be Disho Nof to violate any one of j Dering to a spirit that Oarb Only be satisfied by of civil War., our glorious Constitution is a covenant be tween Sovereign states. Like All other inter Nii ional its existence depends upon the Good Faith and Mutual Observance of the can tract intr parties. The Southern slates Consen it to Rotl Mcinti. He lit to Blunno undergone tin in now a Ioctl Anil i Iii t Ilie t recept in vision is i Jar Mari a. La Row in with us a platform is a Fundaro Sedtal Rule of i running it Roupp Iliin j action with our opponents it is a device to Purl air. And Ilii Ittig Rotun. Ilter Ehy i i i in Lilliott of Len Ray Cli Ninalu is Neil Neva no i i its principles Wilh Wiir opponents there u on Rham Lier i open Mutiny against its authority beforehand., null i Nti Niril. Trio i Cailop with us. There is the whole nation. 1 a fait h As Strong As the Faith of martyrs that our nation wide pm Alfurs will be carried out i o the letter with opponents theft is a Brazen and .threat., in Advance that their Pla a form. Shall bind Only inv Oay go 00 per Pav. A Lounis will be nonfat hand to c one pin the Wawior cd rides tie Coly. Stab pc Lor horses. Persons re or Lor j. Bouth proprietor. V 51y Lancaster Jug in Harns. 40 Rno roof Ioseb Nihill Check Girg. A Lijin Siisi Rrt served Al the cheap stoic John u. Joi neti. Cali Coes Cali Coes. A Larre Ami Amer Tuioi Circiu Neitis received in sopi 30 i8.rii, joxes1 a and c sir., Elm Ira duals who Voled for it in the convention and a Public avowal that the convention its proper jurisdiction by having any thing to do siesta to and j with a plan form at All this course in any . Is fatal to it. The characteristics of the american Public Are shrewdness and honesty. The the whig party have de nationalised and Demirali Zed it. It is Rio a National party. Those of us members country to party Are deserting i hem As their fellow patriots deserted the Federal party a Quarter of a Century ago and weak disjointed and sectional it will soon As sume a new Tome ifs appear tender other deep Lions. There is no Tariff Issue presented by our adversaries that deserves the name of controversy. Whether the duty on foreign importations be specific or and Valorme is Mere detail not Prin Ciple. It is a fitting termination of All the professions o fihe whig party it a poor Reward to those who have been for years Money and votes to Advance their political for tunes that the High Tariff Hopes with which theae Liberal been wheeled Are fizzled Down into of Aubet Tut no specific Fiji Valorme duties. upon the reasonable Condi a Etc a1 and counsellor at Law count v Oravas r Bow of Black Hso Cravat and Collar very received John a Jones. Lion that the should not retain their Runa Way Slayer. The i condition would be inoperative unless it was accompanied Wilh Means to . Hence the covenant for Rendi Jon and the fugitive slave Laws to carry it into effect. The obligation to pres Orive the covenant must be co existent with it. Violation of a treaty is a High Najt final Misdemeanour against the Public Law and by the common consent of nations subject the offender to the odium the treaty thenceforth becomes Hull at the opinion of Che injured these Are sound and apply to All that class of treaties of which the american Constitution is one. That to acre is an article in the Constitution providing for the slaves is conceded that the Mea end Orch it Milit be provided or the Law of the const Tut Ion is broken is con sequential truth that such breach without and against the consent of the states entitled to its benefits gives the injured parties just cause of complaint and an undoubted right to choose their remedy is a los Cav in diction from the premis a a Tater a repeal by Congress of the Law upon the National statue Book which pro Vides meant to effectuate the constitutional obligation in question a Gaizel the Dis get of the swered with masses of Southern whig Are daily responding with disgust., put i we lire with instances of the duplicity of this Thal the proc called whig Tery. I Wearn with Pride to the father of these Nate the orator the distinguished Talesman William r King. D through forty ii years of Legi life with Brilliant distinction spotless Lonor with stainless democratic purity and uni Versal respect. The democracy of Pennsylva Lia Honor Nim your committee make a final Appeal to your patriotism. You have already won great National fight under the triumphant Laurier of Bigler. You can. Repeat the tory. We contend for principles not men. We Apitai to reason. Our cause is truth our end he country s with Sion from the Low. Practice of exhibiting Coon skins is we now pity the men who substitute Loup bowls and spoons for doctrine. U has lever been our taste or our practice de Jrade the american people. We desire to Dis and examine political principles. In the spirit and with the dignity of. Free Meh our cause needs no Aid but jabber appeals to the Vir tue and in Exigence of the people. Published by order of the state Central com Mittee. T t . Hirst chairman. Bold request but with a pair of scissors one of .s10nished Diatel clipped Uff one of Liet Beautiful locks and it remarking Price Wasj Jee Hundred Ranjit her bold admirers was at the demand but dared a by this time a Troup had collected and were list Aing to the conversation. He took the ringlet paid Over the five Hundred francs and Wilh an air of mor and badness left the Sal. Evening a Stltt. Samand Lus Mast a Good Story is told of a Southern Wal Lerao in one of the Southern states who being Verajr ill proposed that an aged slave who bad been secretaries., m. Crana we. H. A Bah keep it before the Thieu he Federal leaders opposed the tween the United Sutea Anil Mexico that they refused to vote for appropriations to feed and clothe the soldiers that they opposed the acquisition of new Mexico Cule at Home and abroad. A deeper search into the opinions of Genera Winfiel Scott is merely penetrating into a de pert to find sterility. His civil life Blank the subject of naturalization been peculiarly Iau ent and fluctuating we7look in vain for the doctrines opinions arid which characterize student of civil government., our views of i antecedents is confined to a few letters Princi Pally a Tabie for the fixed convictions of the author in favor of a the United Stales the bankrupt Law fluid such other infamous am Federal measures. Need ask i there a who Cion on the Oiher hand the course of Pierce has been and purely demo cratic from his first Entrance into civil his history is interesting and he carries with him the the illustrious Jack Sori and . Of his future greatness. The sort Oflahe Roofie revolution he is a Patriot by instinct artdinherilance., at of thirty eight he had Grad United Many of the Lush est classes of states and Fidelity and then re signed pne of the highest honors of the Republic to retire into the bosom of Domestic and Pri vate life. At that Early age he had served four years in the Lolff Slature of his state four years in the House of the United and. Five years in the Senate of the uni Ted Stales. Thirteen years of Active practice and daily experience in civil government pro he retirement of Franklin to1 Pri vate life. In this retirement we Delight to Fol Low to to Admire him. The highest boners of office cannot Len Jet him to re enter Public life. A seat in of the United slates the elective chair of his own state the the office of attorney general of the stale a pressed upon his he turns his Back upon. All., h has been truly said that he has refused More High offices than Many of the statesmen of the in nary have filled. But though and dignities could not draw him from the Pla Cid walk of private life when his Eoo try. Need he joined and Peri led his life in her. Defence. he re signed the unto mailed commission conferred up on him by the president and retirement from patriotism there Are rare instances in roman or american history like this. History after record the life of Franklin Pierce m one of the noblest of american Patriot ism and dignity of character. Eloquent urbane pure consistent Gallant he will Grace fully adorn a he will sorely fill the chair of the Union. Exico and that they have encouraged Mani Fearance in office that they have Rob Aeu the Treasury of Over dollars that they have violated their Promisee to the merchant and Mechanic that they have declared the Tariff question an idea that they Are sworn to repeal the fugitive slave Law that they have opposed and now combat the compromises of the that in the North they Allied to abolitionism in the South to sectional ism in the West to agg arianism and in the East to monopoly that they Arp Pledger to carry out the radar Cal Federal Hamilton which gives to an the Power to masses of the people and the. Privilege enrich themselves at the expense of the majority that William a. Graham opposed the right of Universal that be voted and spoke against Ibe Tariff of that while Secretary of the Navy he encouraged favouritism lie approved of the Galphin and Gardi to him should called into room. Sam soon made his appearance and with a Joyful. Lace Drew dear to hit master expected that he was Alx iut to pronounce to him s purpose of leaving him free. You if flow said the master you Hare always been a faithful servant to me yes Massa. He replied i poor Sam expected the next sentence contained Hia Freedom. But said his you know Sam i Al Vajra Yon it Indef. Yes Massa you did replied be. Sam now All to hear and looked great fully. Into the face of Bis dying master and to hear the charming word but what was Sam a . When he said in consideration of your Long Ani faithful serf vices i have directed in my will that when you die you shall be buried by my. Side after a Long pause Sam no like Dat Massa Why Don t you like if u will a an Honor to you. Me no like it indeed Vinassa for some dark night debit. Come look fur main and mistake and take poor Sam. Ostriches. To Havethe stomach of an Zattich has be come proverbial and with Good reason Northia Bird stands enviable Forward in respect to ils wonderful Powers of digestion which Are scarcely inferior Tut its voracity. Ils natural food con ei3u entirely of vegetable especially Prain and the Ostrich in a destructive in tiny to the tie african Farmers Bui its sense of taste is so obtuse that scraps of leather old nails bits of tin keys coins and pebbles Are devoured with equal relish in fact nothing comes amiss. But an this it doubt instinct assist like the Grivel in tie crops of our domes tic in grinding Down and preparing for digestion its Ordinary food. Flu fondness for Iron was Well known Motiur forefathers and we find Shaks Peirre makes Jack Cade say to Idun in second part of Henry but i la make thee like in Ostrich and Swallow air sword like a great miscellany. Oftentimes if nobody take Tim away. Make to tie Melves wings and away Ami truly Many a time the undue spar that he is now Enza Gerl in Low intrigues to j m ? of bul wings ensure his political Elevation i which makes them ready to Fly away Cand the that he is pledged in the South to free Trade a part of them to Dodda Only and in Lilje North to rank abolitionism that he is in favor of do rebut taxation to sup ply revenues Flo sustain the overment. It is said thai brio m has procured the Inden tic til White Hin kerchief which sea. Scott raised As a Flig of truce when lie surrendered his army their a Little and makes them stay the longer with their ,.keep it before thai people. That Gen. Scott is the secret Friend of abolition agitation _ that he is opposed to the naturalization j a prisoners has de j posited it his. Museum at . The Scott that he now. Official position and the men Are flocking to examine the relic. Funds of the government to pro note his elect onto the presidency bowl out of which Gen. Scott took Hasty plate of soup has hero broken and the frag ments lest but bar nuts has the Promise of the up Obj Ges. Bravery Baltimore Sun Neutral fays the malicious charges of that he is in the. Hands of William re. Seward the Man. Who higher Law than the i Constitution and who is engaged in plotting the dissolution of the Union. That he has frequently declared his to the doctrine which created a of need Stales on the part of Gen. Pierce have desolated the merchant and Mechan been fully Dis approved. Brigadier general Vav. That he violated the orders of while at the head of the army in Mexico that he quarrelled Wilh Rejis superiors and insulted his that he maligned who bravely fought in the War of 1819. In order the better to to Lar Joe reputation that he is now a candidate of a clique unaccepted by the people and supported Only by the abolitionists of the North. These Are the Federal not nose Are disprove them. Vve invite any Federal editor including the whig Drafta Gers of Tioga Coonly to show that any of the Bove assertions Are not substantially True. Another Robinson new York correspondent of the Lith most. Fays Steve Gamron Robinson comes of of s. Served so bravely in the fit Levi can in a letter says i Bear the testimony to the ability and the Noble Gene room Brave and Eal int character of Franklin Pierce of of none Mes of to Day with a run Cornett purporting to be signed by numerous Irish Citi pledging their votes for. The whig ticket none of the name attached Are to be found in the directory palpably Frau d stamped Gen. Scott s idea of naturalizing after a year s service in the army of the United borrowed from the in England a foreigner by one or More year a service the Navy acquires a i Juht to Tion is an English subject. Perhaps Gen. Scott and the i Uke of Wellington Hare been putting their beads together. A free Argio on return from North to new Orleans the n. O. Abri Atiana advocate they me like a White find treated in like a that wan t fair was right. On the face of it. That whig papers even commercial advert inv Nat Only do not publish it but come oat and openly condemn it. How Thia world a to Ai Junek falstaff said. Upon Reading of the Whiz of the civil ability and of at what time Osife Mayji Man the kingdom when look experience Baa made him sat. Are eighty one women0 u. Holdensr of which to be Imp Luijt action Ine spa ferr lews Laferl

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