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JVi-k oo 1 foment of JceJ', iuj t
(in suit or procelinf'S,) Kxeinj t
Agreement or Araieeiiirat, lor each t
sbtfet or otcce of paper, uu which
tli uiujo U vritlen, . 5c la
Atii;aiitoqtftr Trmiffn, f mortgago.
lcnHj ur H.licy of iiiontniicd, tlm
Mine July us on liny original ine'ru
inrnt of patent rigM, 5t
Dills, Check, Urnfi or Order, Ac,
sttirht,or on dein tnd, .cU
Hill of Kxi'iiange; Itiltnd draft or
.-prdqtaajiabla uiknit:; ...I'm-ui .
Hht or on aeinanl, end itnv ro
a.tiMirj note whatever, m:ttle ia
Itnihtid ur at a timo loKis'nutrd
except bank note issued for t ir
oulation, and check tniil nnd in
tended to bo, and which hliall bo
forijiwith presented for pnrinenij
fof a ium not oa'cVeniing UK, -oefs
For every additional !(, r fra
tioual part thereof, 5ct
Hills of lading vessel for tlio prt
of the United States or British
North America, Kxijmpt
On receipt of goods on any for
eign port. lOcts
Hill of Sale of any rrwol, or pnrt
thereof, when th consideration
does not exceed "0o 5 Oct
Exceeding $500 and not exceeding
Exceeding one thousand dollar
for each live hundred dollars true
tional part thereof. SOett
Of personal property, other than h1i'ij
or vessel liond personal, for pay
ment of inooey ee luortg.uro. I
Official. ' 1.000
For indemnifying any person f r the
payment of any sum of money,
where the money ultimately" rej
" oovcrable thereupon is one thon.
and dollars or less. oOcts
Whore "the mouey recoverable ex
ceeds one thousand dullan for eve
ery additional one thousand dol
lars, or fractional partj thereof, oOcls
Bonds, county, city and loWn bonds
lailroads and other corporation
bond and script, are subject to
stamp duly. See 'mortgage J
Of any description, other than
suchs are required in legal pro
ceediogx, and such as are not oth
erwise charged in this schedule, 25cU
Certificates of deposit in bank, sum
not exceeding one hundred dol
lars, Of deposit in bank, sum not exceed
intr one hundred dollars
Of stock in an incorporated company
Of a qualification of a Justice of the
Peace, Commissioner, of deeds or
Of search of rdords,
That certain papers ar,e on file,
That certain papers cannot le found, 5cts
Of redemption of land sold for taxe, 5cts
Of birth, marriage and death, 5cts
Of qualifications of school teachcrsj 5ts
Of profits of an incorporated compa
ny, for a sum not less than ten dol
lars and not exceeding fifty dol
Exceeding fif'y dollars and not exs
ceediog one ihoniand dollars, 25cts
Exceeding one thousand dollars, for
every additional one thousauJ, or
fractional part thereof, 25cU
Of damage or otherwise, and all otLs
er certificates or documents issued
by any port warden, marine, survey
or, or other persou acting as such. lj5cts
Certified Transcript of judgments,
satisfaction of judgments and of all
" papers Tecorded or on fiie,
N. B. As a general rule, every cer
tificate which has, or rimy have,
a legal value in any couit of law
or equity, will receive a stamp du
Check Draft or Order for the pay
ment of any sum of money exceed
ing $10, drawn npon any person
r other than a bank, banker or
trust company, at sight or on de
mand, Contract See Agreement Brokers,
Conveyance deed, instrument of wri
ting, whereby landi, tenements, or
other reality sold shall be conveys
ed, tlie actual value which does
not exceed o00, . oOcta
Exceeding $500, and not exceeding"
$1,000, - 1.00
For every additional five hundred dol.
lars, or fractional part thereof, in
cccesa of one thousand dollars, 50cts
Entry of any goods, wares or mer
chandize at any custom house, not
exceeding ooo huodred dollars ill
Exceeding one hand red dollars and
not exceeding five hundred dollars
in value. - 50cts
ExceeaihF trie fc uMrid doUiffftri vat -ue,
For the withdrawal of any goods or
morchaijdue vfronj bonded ware
house, Y " SOeta
Gusor's return if for iinaiitity not ex
ceediujr five hundred CTI. gross, lOet
:.tr&a! irj ,ri(tU g.4Jlfliu,
Power or,Atiorney t sell o transfer
stock, or collect dividends thereon 2icts
To vote at au election if an incoi por
ted company, lOcts
, To receive or collect rents, 25cts
To sell, or cunvev -or rent, or let&e :
real esUte, ' 81.00
For any other purpose, ' 50cts
Probate of will or letters of adminis
tration, where tTie Value of both
real and personal esUts does not
exceed 2 600, $1 00
For every additional 2000 or fiac- v'1
' tional part thereof,-hi excess of I--000,
' -Boa-Is of execntorjidministrators,,---guardians
andf Unste, are each
subjected to a stamp doty of fl OA
note, check ordraft 25. 'is
I'loiui-fiy .',.i( i i; i , t .f i;.
i iii ', ii.i thii,) i;. n. ii .f, nb-
jrci to km i ii 4 duly as sa original
IU cipt for tb payment of any aunt
of inanev, or debt due, exc-dwg
twenty dollar, or for the doli very
ornnjr propvrtv, , ZcU
Tru-t Deed made to mn a debt to
Ut Htimrx'd a a inorgxga rosjfey . "
, ing ciai to uses, to be stamped aa
WarehoiiiK Receipt for any goxl,
wa.es ur mereliutidiso nftt 'others
i prnvidi-d fur, deposited or stor
ed in any pablio or private wares
hwnTiit tfrling five bund rod "
doll irs in Value, lOets
I:xiuh1,h fiue hundred and not cx
refiling one lhouaiiJ dollars, SOctS
Kxrtvding 1000 dollar, for every ad
ditional 1000 dollar, or fiactionid
part thurvof, in excess ol fl.t'OO, lOcts
For anygiKMls, etc., not ntlicriM pro
vided for, stored or deMited in aby
public nr piiate wnrchotiM) or
Writs or Letal DoeomeqU writ or
other b'gl proes, by which any
suit is (vhiiuciicm1 in any court of
record, either of law or equity, SOcta
Writ or original prut i-urd by
eotirt not of record, where the suit
claimed is 10 dollars or over, 50ct
Upom-verv conlesion of judgment or
cognovit for 100 dollars or over, ex
cept in esses where the' lax for a
wr:t has hivn paid,. 50cts
Writ or other process appeals from
justices court-, nr other courts of
inferior jur idietiun, to a court of
Warrants of dis'r.'ss, when the ain'nt
Ol rent claimed does not exceed 100
When the amount exceeds 100 dots. 50c ts
Insurance, Marine, Inland and Fire.
Where the consideration paid for
the iuauraupe, in csli; j remium
note. or both', does not exceed 10
Exceeding ten dollars, and not ex
ceeding fifty, OOcta
Insurance, Life, when the amount in
sured dee not exc eed 1000 dol, 25cta
Exceedini; 1000 and .not exceeding
5000 dollars, ' "? 50ct
Kxceediug 5000 dollars, 11.60
Leas( or l'.ve ot laiiiis or tenements
where the rents does not exceed
300 per annum. SOcta
Exceeding 300 dole, for each add is
tional 200 d ls, or fractional part
thereof, In excess of dOO dols. 50cts ,
Perpetual, subject to stamp duty as a
Clause of guaranty of payment of rent
incorporated er ludoiscu, five cents
Measures' Return, if for quantity not
exceeding 1,000 bushels, lOcla
Excaeding 1,000 bushels, 25cts
Mortgage, trust deed, bill of sales, or
personal-oond for the payment ot
money exceeding 100 and not cxv
ccediug 500 dols, COcts
Exceeding 500 dols, for every addi
tional .500, or fractional part there
of, in excess of 500, 50cts
awoer's Checks, 5cts
Passage Ticket from the United States
to auy foreign., port, costing not)
more than 35 dols, 50cts
Costing more than 35, and not excee -
ding 50. i r 1.00
For every additional fifty or fractional
part thereof, in excess of 50 dols, 1.00
i? KJi KllAL UKM AKKS.
Revenue Stjmps may be used iudiscrim
nhtdy upon any of the matters or things
enumerated in schedule 13. except rroprie-
iry and. playing card stamps, for which a
special nsehas been provided.
l ostsge stamps cannot be used in pay
ment of the duty chargeable on instruments
It is the duty of the tusker of an inatrus
ment to affix and cancel the stamp thereon
If he neglects, to do so, the party for whom
it is made, may stamp it before it ft used
and if used after the 30th of July, 1864,
and used without a stamp, it cannot afters.
wards be effectually stamped. Any failure
upon the part of the maker of an mstru
ment to appropriately stamp it, renders
li im liable to a penalty of two hundred dol
Suits are commenced in many States by
other proceos than? writ, viz: summons.
warrants, publication, petition, &C," in
which case these, as thb original process,
severally require stamps.
Writs of seira facias are subject to stamp
duty as original prooesies.
The jurat of an affidavit, taken before a
Justice of the I'eace Notary Public, oj
otner otneei duly, authorized to lace auida-
vits," is held to bo a ertificate, and subject
to a stamp duty of five cents, except when
taken in suits or legal proceeding!.
Certificates of loan in which there shall
appear any printed or written evidence of
an amount of money to be paid on demand
r 2"i; 1 : . . J ... . .
di ai miy iiiuo uesigiiHU'v are luojcei lo
stamp duty as rroniisory .Nott's
I Jic assigniaenja moftgsge w. m&
to tbo saiuo duty as that impoed npon ihe
orig rial instrument ; that is lossy for every
sum of five hundred dollars, or any frao
tional part thereof, of the amount secured
by tins iuii tbiiL'C, el time of Ua assignment
there must be sflixed a stamp or stamps, de
noting a duty of five cent. ,
When two or more persons join in the
execution of nn instrnment. the stamps to
which tliis instrument is liable under the
bnf, may -be afixtid -and ranee lied If JT one7
of the parties,.
In convey aweea of real estate, the law
provides that the stamp affixed must' nas
wer to the value of the estate on interest
No stiriip is required on any warrant of
attorney accompanying a bond or note,
when soeh bond or note has affixed there
to the atairtp or stam denoting the duly
rcqnired,and whenever any bond or note
ii Keen red by mortgage, but one stamp dus
ty is required on such, papers, aucli stamp
duty king the fa ighet-t rates required for
i-r .. r of i'... i t.
cr nieuioraudiiiu of
value or duDomiuation of the stamp allixsd
should to maJe upon the margin vr in the
acfcuowledgement of the Instrument wnicn
is not stamped. ' '
' The OoverasMbt harinir resumed lb x
ecutioa of the beosion laws by eatablwhiag
Peoaion Affoocie the 8ulnm States,
we call the alleotioa of tboee Interested to
an act of Con (res authorising the beet eta.
ry or the Interior to drop Iron tat peoaioi
rolls tho names of pensioners in these 8tatos,
and to the circular of the Conuniailoter of
Pensions, giving the forms and lostrnction,
in accordance witb which ,inlicatioa may
be uiadu for rostorttioa to the rolls by tboee
who still claim the betttfil of the pension
lawa. , .
The Penioa Agency for the State of
North Carolina baa been ostabliabed at Kal-
eiih and any information or assistance faoil
itating the claims of pensioners, msy be ob
tamed from the areocy by application to
Dr. J. W. Page, Pension' Agent, Raleigh.
riKsioMa m sTAraa Hcarroron i txsua-
In resuming the executing of the penaipn
laws in the several States heretofore in in
surrection, tho Secretary of the Interior di
recta that attention be called to the follow-
iiiL' act of CoDsrrsa.
'An Act authorising the Secretary of the
Interior to strike from the pension rolls
the names of such pcrsoas as have taken
up aims against the government, or who
have in any manner encouraged lie reb
'Be it enacted by the Senate and House
of Representatives of the United 8tates of
Ainetica 1.9 Congress assembled, xnatue
Secretary of the Interior be, and is hereby
authorised and directed to- strike from she
pension rolls the names of til such persona
as have or may hereafter take up arrua
against the government of the (Joked
States, or who have in any manner eneonr
geu toe rebels, or manifested a sympainy
rith their cause. .
Approved, February 4, 1062."
In accordance with the provisions of this
act, the names of all pensioner who have
resided within the insurrectionary State
during the rebellion, and whose pensions
were payable at any on 01 me lonowiog
places, vix : Richmond and Norfolk Ve, j
ayetteville and Morganton, It. U.;Unsrtess
ton. S. C; Nasuv ills, a.nox villa, loneaboro'
and Jackson, Ten n.; Jackson, Misa4 New
Orleans. La. ; Savannah, GaJ Jacksonville,
Tallaliasse and Pensacola, Fla.; llunUville,
Tuscaloosa and Mobile, Ala, ' and Little
Rock and Port Gibson, Ark. are hereby
dropped from the pension rolls. Person!
heretofore receiving pensions at the above
named agencies, who still claim the bene
fits of the pension laws, must make applica
tion for restoration to the rolls, with tne
requisite evidence, ia accordance witb the
forms and instructions published herewith.
Josxi m IK BARAKr?,
Cotnuiiiaiooer of Pensions. .
June 10, 1865.
Form of appljcation for restoration to the
fenBion roll by persona whose names
ave been dropped under the act of Feb.
. A. D.. one
thousand eight hundred aad : , personal
ly appeared lefore me, judge, clerk, or dep
uty clerk of the court in said State
and county, the same being a court of rec
ord, A. B.'' v aged years, a
resident of r- , in the State of -.
who, being duly sworn according to law,
declares that be or she is the identical
A. B. who wss a pensioner on the
roll of the agency at '--.and whose
pension certificates is berewith returned
that ho or shejhaa resided since first day of
January, A. V.f leoi, as follows : her name
the place or places at which the applicant
fias resiaea ;j inai aunng wis oerioa, nis
or her means of subsistence nave been
(here name the employment or other means
by wbicb a livelihood baa been gained ;)
and that be has not borne arms against the
government of the United States, or or she
has cot in any manner encouraged the reb
els; oi manifested sympathy witb their
cause ; and that be (or she) was last paid
nis (or nerj pension on tne day 01,
A. 1 . 18,
This application ia made for the purpose
of securing a restoration of his (or her)
name to the pension rolls, and of" obtaining
a pension certificate, such as be of hej
may be entitled to inder exiatinff lawa, re
ference being made to the evidence hereto
fore filled In tne 1 eoaion utnee to suostan-
ti ate lis for bar) icinal claim.
Also personally appeared and
, residents of (county, city or
town,) persons whom 1 certify be re
spectable and entitled to credit, and who, bas
ing by me duly sworn, says tnat they were
present and aign hia or her Dame or
t ! LI . .L - I - - li-l.TiJ'
maxe nis maiaj w uie foregoing iKiarr
tion ; and they further (wear that they Bare
ereryealon to believe, from the appearance
of the applicnsr and their ajoainunce witb
him, lor her I tnat be lor sbe I is the wenu
cal person be or ahe represent a himself for
herself I to be : and they further a wear tnat
they havo no interest in the prosecutiop of
fSicmatnres of witnesses.)
Sworn to and subacribed before me, this
- u dv of , A. V, 186: aad I
hereby certify that I have no interest, direct
or inuireci, id me proeecuuon. w una aim.
istgnauire 01 ;uoge or ouier owcerj
If the declarant, or any witness signs by
mark, tbe officer must certify that the coo-
tents of the paper were known to tbe affiant,
neiore signing. .
Ia every case the declaration or affidavit
must either be signed ,by the affiant's own
hand or elsebv mark (XI .Simla? bv ans
other hand, when the nattT is able to write.
or without a mark when" the party k unable
te write is wholly inadmissible.
u.'!l 4iiUniiw ut,
in h a ce a note
I t 1.. ( 111,1 ij 111 llid M Si.'llU
dei.U. .-J,.ii i.ut l a (iUata.nci t y tho tes
tiniory of two creJills and diiut4jretcJ
win es, to be certified as such by thoofii
cer U.are whom the teatiiuony is taken.
Tbeapplicaat mast also take and sub
ecrioe we oem prescribed la the recooi arm
aeUy procJsmstion of the Prcaidsnt of the
United Sutea, filling toch aa oath with the
application for a new pension certificate, ia
the follqwiew terms : r .1 ,-. W.: 1.1 A ,M
' " i do solemnjr awear (oraf-
Bra) la tie rresenoe of Almighty Uod, that
I will henceforth faithfully support, protect
and defend the Comtitetjob, of the United
BtatM and the anion of the Stales thereun
der; thatl wUL in like meaner, abide fcy
and faithfully all lawa and proclamations
which have beea made during the existing
rebellion with reference to the eemancipa-
tioa pnjavea : y 80 help me Cod."
' If the applicant he aa Invalid .pensioner
be mqabftexaipined by. an army : surgeon,
or by a surgeon duly appointed by this office,
as to the continuance of his disability. If
a widow aha must prove, by two credible
witnesaea, bet continued' widowhood.' If
the guardian of a minor child, newly aps
pc '.nted, be rausi nie evidence 01 his ap
pointment aa such.
Atttention is especially directed to the
following particulars in which previous leg
islation and official practice have been mod
ified under the provisiona of the foregoing
1. TiiEKUL Exmi5ATioit8. The liens
nial examinations of invalid pensioners, res
quired by the act of March S, 1859, will
hereafter be made by one surgeon ouly, if
be is regularly appointed, or hold a sur
geon's commission in the army. In no case
ill an examination by unappointed civil
surgeons be accepted, nnlesg it is satisfacto
rily shown by the affidavit of one or more
disinterested and credible witnesses, giving
the reasons for such as erv ilion, that at an
examination by a commissioned or duly ap
pointed surgeon b impracticable. On such
iroof, the certificate of two unappointed civ
1 Burgeons will be accepted in tho same
manner as heretofore Fees paid to unap
pointed examining surgeons will be paid di
rectly by Pension Agents, under prescribed
regulations, and not by the pensioner, (to be
afterwards refunded,) aa under the act of
S. Declarations. All declarations of
declaimanU residing within twenty-five
miles of any court of record must, witnout
exception, be made before such court, or be
fore some officer thereof having custody of
its seal. For the convenience of jicrsons
residing more than twenty-five miles distant
from any court of record, oniceis qualified
Df 'lte 10 administer oaths may be designs'
ted by the Commissioner of Pensions, before
whom inch declarations shall be executed.
S. Incbkaseo Pensions in Certain Ca
ses. A pension of twenty-live dollars per
momn is granted to those baving net both
bands, or both eyes in the inilitsry service
of the United States, in the line of duty, and
twenty dollars per month to those who, un
der the same conditions, shall have lost both
feet, if such parties were entitled to a lower
rate or Tension under ihe act of 1 862. This
higher pension will date only from the 4th
of July, 1861, in the case of pensioners al
ready enrolled, or of applicants of discbargs
ed prior to lust date.
4. Commencement or Piksions when
Applicants are Delated More than
Three Years In all cases in which the
application is filed more than three years af
ter the discharge or the decease of tne per
son on whose account the claim is made, the
pension, if allowed, will commence st the
date of filing tbe last paper in support of such
claim. Claims filed before July 4. 1864,
must be prosecuted to a Goal iisue within
three years from thst date, and those filed
subsequently to July 4, 1S64, must be pros
ecuted to a final issue within five years from
tbe dste of filing, or tbey will thereafter be
rejected, in tbe absence of satisfactory evi
dence from the War Department to support
. 5. Widow's Pension not Benswabl-b
After Remarriage. The remarriage of a
widow, terminates all 'claims to a pension
from the date of such remarriage, although
she msy again become a widow.
0. Special Examination or Pension
ers. Special examina'tion of pensioners
will be ordered at such times as the inter
ests of the Government may seem to res
quire ; snd such examinations, subject to an
appeal to a board of three appointed sur
geons, wiH take precedence ot all previous
4 7. Pensions to UnenLIsted Men, ob
to their Dependents, ln Certain Cases.
Persons disabled by wounds in bsttle
while temrjorarilv aervins with anv regular-
, ' J 7 ' O " 4 -9
y organised military or naval force of tbe
lnited Btate,ince March 14, 1862, but not
regularly nlatted, and the widows, depen
dent mothers or sisters, or minor children
under sixteen years of age, of those who,
serving in like manner, have been, or may
be killed, are entitled, op, satisfactory proof,
to tbe benefits of tbe act of July 14, 1862,
on tbe condition! 1 therein treMrube4. ?
Proof of service, in eases arising under
A.L !-lL .1 a t A f
-.( k. f. : i. - J I . . I rr-
l ne furnished fcv a commissioned offi
cer onderor with whom such nnenlisted
person served, showing the nature, period
and circumstances of such service. Proof
as to lit disability or death of a person so
serving tnnst be shown in tha same manner,
wnen practicable, or by the affidavits of two
non-oomm kMoned omcrrsor privates in the
ume service, with evidence that proof by a
commissioned officer i impracticable. If
thi officer furnishing; such evidence U nofat
ana Mun hi uie service, nia oeruncaie mnai
be duly sworn "to and his signsture aulaee
8. CoioiEicBifXTT of Wmow'a Pbw-
sioxs ta Cebtaim CASii. When aa applr.
leant entitled to an invalid pension dies du
ring ue pendency of bis claim Icavrnf a wid
ow or dependent relative enUUed to receive
a pension by reason of ais service and death,
such pension will commence from the date
at which tha inva.ti.1 nnaLna won Id have
commenced if admitud while the claimant
act of Julv 4. 1 su4. evideucoof the mus
tarsia of tie soldier will not be required in
sny.case, but there most be positive record
evidence, of service except in such pases as
are embraced within the proviaioos,of the
ninth section applies only to enlisted sold
iers. Evidence of muster la the ease of
commissioned officers la still required. "
10. Fee 01 Claim Aoeiits dalnj
agents are prohibited, under severe penalty
from receiving more than tea dollars la al
for their services in proseeutiog any pension
claim, or from receiving any part of such fee
ia advance, 01 any , per eentago or any
claim, or of any portion thereof, lor pennon
or bounty. T .
J 1. Paoor of MaebiaoB of Coloked
Souhw's Widows. To establish the mars
riare of the alleged widow of any colored
soldier, evidence of-habitual recognition 0
thg marriage relation between lk parties for
two years next preceding the soldier's ens
listment, must be Inrniabed by tne emuavtis
of at least two credible witnesses ; provided,
however, if such parties resided in any state
in which their marriage may have been le
gally- solemnised, the usual evidence snail
bo required. ' The widow or children, how.
ever, claiming tbe benefits of this provision,
roust be free persons.
12. Fohms. The forms heretofore pubi
liihed for applications under the act of July
12, 1862, may be used, with alight and ebvi
ous mortifjcatioas, by spplicants for the spe
cial benefits of this supplementary act.
JOSEPU 11. liARRETT,
Commissioner of Pensions.
August 1, 18C6.
or THB f
Vtabiiincton, d. c.
THIS JOURNAL, IistIi h'rn wc olTr1, If tat
f belarirrat ptn In U chantry. It b prtaitcd
on An vhiu udhcT pawr,u4 toiulu, In large and
clear 'TP orc r.illot Bitter, In the form of tli llHI
new,. nerl nS P'C l, tneber with edlwtlal, rcport
oriaJ and elrctd ratter of Inter tat and Importance, loan
any paper pnbltahed nth of New Tdrk.
Tk NiTiostL lata lioiicm UdrTn'ed la News, liter.
lure, the Iptereat of Rel g on, and Political affair,. It
virra, durlni the MloDnf Conprrcaa, corrnt report, of
the Senate and pmcfdtaf ol tbe two H' , well a
tlie law, and public document of each ar talon, and at
all tinea and evore 4y t wleiraphle drapa'cbe, an
nronelnithe la'eat lnlIllfnee fnm ereryxuarter of our
own and othir couoflrt. The paper ka Seen o lonit e
lablUhed. and I an widely known aa hardly it r. quire
any fo awl cxr-ealtio if lu pollUeal charwrler and prin
ciple. Aa heretofore. It lm 'o kw lu " 'i porta,
a National paper. aalntMnlnf Ihe jut Con.tltuilona'
power of the Oeaeral OornBMmt oa on hand, and the"
rearreed rlfhw wf U Stau on the other nSdent that
Ihe Union can only be malmaloed hi' the ri(tU of each
ahail b at4 by both and not fanaemded hy either.
W lie the late llfeoner aaeocate wnat in aunnr, coo
iclentloaaly believe I, be ii(ht and wlac la the admlnlatra
tloa of pubn aSal a, It alway Mrlve te rl a fair aad
Hberai aupport to Uioa to whuae hand I eotnia tied that
adralnlauation ; aud aa tacy ald at ladpiidat are
to be one f ike treat aaFrrwartl' of rlbevy, and thrre
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SNOW, COLVE A CO.,
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ranher NaUonal Int Ugencer, Waihlngton, D. C.
To tbs Public :
The unuVreiuned ha now ready for the prem avol-
nme, the result of the lucubrations of many years,
entitled a "Short Treatise on Chronology ia (rt-neral,
awl el)etally oa ,'laaieal t'hronnlnfiy. ,Tkwork
is not intended to be a chronoliieal cliart, uor vet
culleetioa of date and jivnctirunisttc tanif. ine
author' aim lis tieen to preintre a " Horn Hook or
Chronology, eontaining the leading principles, laws
aud facta ufAhat science.
The fikt pakt tntitu or mcSHiirintr. Ume and aa
JiiHtiiig its various divisions; the pkcond of Uxing
date of historical evenu anu arranKing mem ta ur.
der; and the thud, of mttcellaneou matters im
portanl to the ehronologist. i
L'kuui thb ,Kib invisinn are discussed the
day, the week, tlie month, tlie year and certain cy
cles awd in computing the civil calendar and pre
paring the Aluianae; the origin, hiKtory. nature,
character, and various rab-di'viaivas of each, espe
cially among the ancienta.
I'xl'Ka THB KRCOMD PITUtlON the methods of A-
ce rtaining tlie dates or the ttme when they occurred;
the actual dates of soiite important era whose epochs
are disputed; tlie most important epochs aad era
which have bnil miloved at different times and by
different aationa, Including those which are still in
use; and the actual dates in the' most prominent
events in clarSloaJa4ronology.
UNDCB TBI THIKB AHV IjAST
LAST nmnox are oonsid-
red Uie epochs and era of leal imporl
of tbe chronology of India and Chii
pies of the art of mnerootechyny'aa f
rtance; a akeU h
iina; tbe dtidcI-
wpulied to date.
aad the different interns of that art which have been
id tne aine
The author believe that a work sncoeamfullr exe-
ebked npon thia plan, though It nay BwatainTery
muca tnat ataaw, eaaaoaoavo uauui aoupruuuiais
not only to the reading public, but also to the youth
of our eanntrr. in tbe acquisition of classical and
historical learninc: aad historv will be the study of
this age; it most always be. tbe study of thoughtful
mea in times or revolution ana great political chan
ges, such as our country is at present undergoing.
' The ewBtribotiona of North Carolina, and ot the
Southern States of the Union generally, to American
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part, r orthUiai, A few works of fiction and some
fugitive Mema htclnde our past efforts: and with the
excellent Latin Grammar, and the edition of Caw's
Commentaries, tire oared for tbs Cress br Col. Bing-
Eiin ttirllii tlm ert hunt thee tihaiactee whirh
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