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Republican Herald, Providence (RI) Saturday morning, July 3, 1841

Verlag: William Simons, Jr. Providence, RI 1841, 1841
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4 pp. 40 x 54 cm. Newspaper, many small holes in folds, poor. Death of Major General Macomb; U.S. Congress resolved to attend his funeral. Reader complains that The Herald does not publish the speeches of Senators from RI, Dixon and Simmons. "Balaam's Ass once spoke, and a woman has been known to be dumb!" Senator Dixon takes the subject of his speeches from the Providence Journal and therefore we have no need to repeat them. Senator Simmons has not yet electrified the Senate with his eloquence, nor shed the effulgent radiance of his towering genius on the nation. nevertheless we have a TIllinghast in the other House, who can talk and say nothing as long as any man living." Since the Fourth of July falls on a Sunday, the celebration of the American Independence will take place on Monday the Fifth. Order of Procession for Suffrage Parade on the 5th of July, 1841, Col. Eaton W. Maxey will be Chief Marshal of the day; Revolutionary Soldiers will proceed in carriages; Canoe drawn by two horses, representing Roger Williams landing on What-cheer Point. Etc., etc. Small article notes that General Harrison and John Tyler have made more removals from office in three months than did Washington, Adams, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, J.Q. Adams, Jackson and Van Buren did in 52 years. Ads for Boston and Providence Rail Road; Steamboat Balloon, Capt. B.F. Woolsey, leaves Providence daily at 9 1/2 o'clock a.m., leaves Newport same days at 3 p.m. Landing at Bristol. East Douglass and Providence Daily (Stage) Line; N. Jersey Steam Navigation Co. Daily Line between Stonington and New York, steamers Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Ad for Arkansas Bounty Lands--see Shubael Blanding, Providence. Ad for Pure Lemon Syrup made from Sicily Lemons, which, by weight and flavor, cannot be surpassed. Ad for Ladies Boots and Shoes made to order, J.C. Martain, 20 1/2 Westminster St. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 7405

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Titel: Republican Herald, Providence (RI) Saturday ...

Verlag: William Simons, Jr. Providence, RI 1841

Erscheinungsdatum: 1841

Einband: Soft cover


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