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October 23, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON PHALANX.

THE LONDON PHALANX.

raised in consequence. Following is the despatch of Commodore Coe, after the fight : National Squadron, Corvette Sarandi, Off the Harbour of Montevideo, August 4, 1841. The undersigned has the honour of addressing himself to his Excellency the Minister of War and Marine, for tra
October 23, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
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October 23, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
and to these at the same time was added the wound upon her heart. Drops of blood frequently flow from

and to these at the same time was added the wound upon her heart. Drops of blood frequently flow from

these wounds, on Thursday evenings, and Fridays. On other days they seem covered with a sort of crust of dry blood, without the least appearance of inflammation, ulceration, or any vestige of lymph." Every Friday she represents in her person the sufferings and death of Christ. T
October 23, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON PHALANX.

THE LONDON PHALANX.

kins suspended on their left arm; they wear white cotton stockings, and are well shod. The men's linen was the perfection of whiteness. They are now paraded opposite each other, and sit down on their respective benches, with their hands clasped before them, and their heads sunk
November 20, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
spirit; for those who are in the flesh cannot please God. I once had a very different view of the

spirit; for those who are in the flesh cannot please God. I once had a very different view of the

subject,' he continued, but the light of this testimony has caused the film to fall from my eyes, and I can now see what my condition then wa§, and feel grateful to the Divine Being for the call I have received to separate from the world, and to come into that heavenly order whe
November 20, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
THE LONDON PHALANX.

THE LONDON PHALANX.

into embarking for America, as to a land of spontaneous plenty. White servants came to be a usual article of traffic. They were sold in England to be transported, and in Virginia were resold to the highest bidder; like Negroes, they were to be purchased on shipboard, as men buy
November 20, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
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not hesitate for a moment. Mr. O'Brien concluded by calling upon them to sign the petition in great numbers. The motion for the adoption of the petition was then put and carried. Captain PECHELL addressed the meeting in an apology for the town of Brighton, remarking that Mr. O'B
November 20, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
them of all that was left after the Republic and her soldiers had levied their tribute. In course of time,

them of all that was left after the Republic and her soldiers had levied their tribute. In course of time,

almost all the riches of the earth were brought to Rome, where they served to excite the vilest passions of avarice and discord. "Such was the state of the Republic when Cicero was elected Consul (63 years before the Christian era). If his genius and his probity were not able to
November 20, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England
 
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November 20, 1841 - London Phalanx - London, London, England