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A Hop at Ashland. --The proprietor of the hotel at Ashland, Mr. John-Perry in conjunction with the young ladies and gentlemen of that place contemplate having a "hop" there on Monday afternoon. An extra train will heard Ashland for this city on the evening of the festivities, after its conclusion, so that persons from this city who may wish to attend can return without any neglect of business.
ever reach the measure of her crime. For thirty years she has labored with deep and unflagging determination to produce the disunion of the American States. She was actuated in those labors by the combined influences of interest and revenge. She never forgave the American Revolution. The loss of the most resplendent jewels of her crown was an unpardonable sin. The late war added a fresh flame, which has never yet been extinguished, to her bitter exasperation. The telling blows that Perry, Decatur, Hull, Chauncey, McDonough, and others, delivered, humbled her pride upon her favorite element. She would have forgiven the successes of General Scott in the North, and of Jackson in the South, but her naval disasters were a rankling thorn which the hand of time could neither extract nor soothe.--Up to that period, she had been the acknowledged naval mistress of that element, and it was necessary she should be so to protect the trade by which she lives, and to secure her existence
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