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Mar.sh ill's circuit would consist ot
Iar 1 111 1, Virginia and North
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Georgia wo.iM constitute one cir
cuit as here to lore, (to he tlit: fifth.)
Alalmni, I Louisiana and Missis
sippi wouM (Miistittile the sixth;
Ohio, Tennesee and Kentucky,
the seventh; and Indian i, Illinois
and .Missouri, tiie eighth circuit.
The bill passed by a vote of .3 1
yeas to f nays. .Vat. I. it.
The PrcxhL-ncu. The follow In.
Js the n ply of the Hon. Huli Whin-', I
to a lette r auuresi-a to lunt )v Sc.v I
eral of the iiu'inhcrs in Congress I'rmn
Tennfseo, requesting to know what I
would likely he his coarse shrmhl
public opinion seem to require tin
use o!hi ikuih as a candidate for
the Presidency :
Washington. Dec. 30, 183 1.
Gentlemen Your note dated
on yesterday was handed me a
few minutes since.
I am aware th;it for Mime time
pist, my name h is been oee ion
ally m-Miiioned, in toy own Sl;itc,
and eUevvlu're, for the ofliee yon
mention. I h id never nppued
it tvouM be so fir acespi.ihle to
the public as to render an uppli
calion to me necessary to ascertain
my wishes or determination.
Not having taken any pains to
ascertain public opinion upon that
subject, I am perhaps less acquain
ted with the sentiments ol even
our own State than any of my
colleagues. As to my own wish
es and determinations, lean have
no difficulty in giving you an an
swer. I am not conscious that at anv
moment ot my life I have ever
ished to be President ot the j
United States; I have never kuow-i
jngly uttered a sentence, or done ;
an act, lor the purpose of induc
ing any person to think of me for
that distinguished station. When
the duties and responsibilities of
the Oi'iice are considered, in mv
opinion, it is an object more to
U ..r;.l,wl (1,.. I 1 .L.,'1
UC 4IUIUIU HI til I UC'IILli. 1 Ml JO
it while I '
have so l.tlle confnlenee in mv I
:. . i- . .i
own capacity oiscnarge ine ;u-
lies of it, as" I now have. Those
for whose L'-nelit it was created
have a right to fill it with any
citizen they may prefer, provided
he is eligible by the Constitution;
and the person who would refuse
to accept such an office, if offered
by tiie people of the United
States, ouhi to have a much
sJrongr hu!d upon public opin
ion tiun I can ever hope lo pos
sess. My most anxious wish is, that
in any use you may think proper
to make of my name, you may
lose sight of every cjnsideralion
except the public interest. 1 have
not h id any agency in causing it
to be used and d . not feel that I
woull he justified in directing th"
use of it to he discontinued. I
can, however, with truth say that
if those political friends who have
used it thus fir shall have reason
to believe, a further U'-e of it will
be an injury, instead of a benefit,
to tiie country, and may choose
to w:thdraw it, they have my
bea r ly co n c u r re n c e.
I am, respectfully,
Your obedient servant,
HUGH L. WHITE.
The Honorable Wm. M. Inge,
Balie Peyton, James Standefer,
John Blair, W. C. Dunlap, Saml.
Bunch, John Bell, David Crock
ett, John B. Forester, Luke
Lea, and David W. Dickinson,
JIv. Clay nat a candidate.
The Washington correspondent of
the Boston Atlas says be has it
..,..v.,it u ups, nidi ucias an excnse jjy trance lor the
will not bea candidate for the!
The Vice J'residrncy. The Hon.
JatTit -. Much man having heen nomi
nated hy the citizens of Lancaster
county, i'um. as a candidate for the
Vice Presidency, he addressed the
following note to the Lancaster Jour
nal, in which it will be seen he de
clines th.tt honor:
Sir I have observed with pro
found gratitude lhat my democrat
ie fellow-citizens of the county of
Lancaster, have brought my
name before the public lor the
office of Vice President. Permit
roe, lutougii your paper, to ex-
Uowledirments lor this new tes
timony ol their rvml.
Under existing circumstances,
I believe 1 should be-a promote
he harmony and success of the
'bunocratie party throughout the
Union, by declining to become a
candidate for this distinguished
honor. My determination thus
o act has heen freely communi
cated to all my friends, whthave
consulted me on the subject and
1 am glad that the nomination
m LuieeMer county alfords me
an opportunity of making that de
Yours, very respectful I v,
.IA.MKS HUC I IAN AN.
Wahington Cily,5 Feb. ltJ5.
Nat lo mil ( o nvention. T 1 1 e
Republican members of the Le
gislature of AVtu York have made
arrangements for appointing Del
egates to the Convention, to meet
at laltimore on the 20th of May.
The State Committee of Ver
mont have also invited the Demo-
cratic Republicans of that Slate,
to hold meetings in their respec
tive towns, to appoint one or more
Delegates to attend a State Con- J
vention at Montpelier, on the 4th
of March, for the purpose of
appointing seven Delegates to
attend the National Convention.
The great Republican Party of
Pennsylvania will meet in Con
vention at Uarrisburg, on the dth
of March, for this and for other
purposes. U ich rn u n d En q .
Our relations with France
The Ship Sully arrived at New !
lorli on Saturday, bringing Paris
dates to the 17th January. The
intelligence bv this arrival, furn
ihes gooil grounds for the belief'
that the difficulties between our
Government and Franc- will be
amicabiy adjusted. Tin; indem
nity bill was brought forward in
the Chamber of Deputies on the
f:h ultimo, and il would appear
from the Sp--rh of the Minister
i I V I 1 ' i f
i oi j mance in.u ine l rencu .Min
isters are dejermined, notwith-
landing the objectionable light in
twbic.il tbev iev the Messafe of t
(,e-Jackson, to tm in ijood faith,
and to endeavor to fulfil the slip- j
uiatious ol the lieatv. c trust
that this expectation may be rea
lized. WbiLt we have admitted
the patriotic tone of tin; Presi
dent's Message, we have alvavsi
regarded the implied threat which
il held forth, as not only unwise,
but as calculated to retard, if not
entirely prevent the settlement of
the controversy between the two
countries. The Kxecutive should
have carefully abstained from
placing France in ihe altitude of
ful filing its engagements to us un
der a threat of war or reprisals.
We are however pleased to find
that the French Cabinet, regard
ing the message "as an act of the
Government as yet incomplete,"
have resolved, without waiting
for the aclion of the American
Congress, lo urge upon the
Chambers the necessity of main
taining the "good faith'' of ihe
nation by the immediate passage
of ihe bill. If the Ministry are
sincere (as we believe) in their
efforts to fulfil the stipulations of
the treaty, there is every ground
to believe that they wiil succeed.
But should they not be acting in
good faith, or should their efforts
fail of success, there w ill be but
one opinion among the people of
this country as to the stand to be
taken by our Government. How
ever much we may regret and
condemn the hasty and ill judged
action of our Chief Magistrate,
wj,;r, m;iv have been seized unnn
non-fulfilment of the treaty, no
one will be found to recognise the
validity of that excuse, or to with
hold his aid from any judicious
plan for obtaining redress for the
wrongs inflicted upon our citizens.
We have, however, no reason to
doubt ihe sincerity of the French
Ministry, and, from the fact that
Mr. Livingston had not applied
for his passports but had deter
mined to await the action ofth
Chambers in reference to the in
demnity bill, there is every proba
bility that our relations with on
ancient ally will be restored anti
iced on their former amicable
footing. eL inL
Shameful. The New York
Commercial Advertiser say.s.-
VVe cannot forbear mentioning,
though with very deep mortifica
tion, an incident of Saturday,
which reflects great discredit up
on a portion of our population
the constituency, par excellence,
of our present representatives in
the National and State Legisla
tures, h was this: On the laud
ing of the French officers from
ihe ship, at Castle Garden, be
tween one and two o'clock, a
mob assembled at the gate of the
bridge, to oppose their coming
shore. It was a base ragamuffin
crew of boys and universal suffrage
voters, who threw themselves in
the way of the officers, and assail
ed them with insulting exclama
tionscrying "Down with the
Frenchmen!" "Don't let them
come! "Drown them!" &c. &c.
The officers were on their way to
the hou.se of the Consul-General,
who resides at the Battery, and
tiV mob accompanied them thith
er, to the number of seven or
eight hundred. M. Le Forest
was at the office of the Consulate
at the time, tu which place a par'
of the mob continued their course
Their rude and ruffian cries were
continued at his house lor a time,
and M. Le Forest represented llu
cise to the Mayor, whose depot I
menf on the occasion was such as
might have been expected from
that officer, who is alike a gentle
man in his feelings and conduct.
The feelings of these Mranis
gentlemen themselves, ami at
tached to a most honorable service
were of course deeply injured
at snob a reception from the old
friends and ..Hies of their own
country. They knew not what
to make of Mich a popular out
breaking in a time of peace and in
a country boasting so much of its
intelligence and orderly character.
But the most Mili-ltieiory repre
sentations have been made to
them, and the Mibj'-ct is now, as
we h ive reason to believe, uuder
slood in its true linht.
liattle bttwern the Indians and
Poles. It appears from a letter
received this week from a respect
able Polish emigrant, at New
Orleans, that about 20 of bis
countrymen, not meeting with
any means of support, and lotallv
w ithout funds, departed from New
Orleans for Mexico, by land,
through the Texas cotmtrv.
Having no guide, nor knowledge
of the w ilderness route, they be
came utterly lost, when they were
fiercely attacked by a numerous
body of Indians. The Poles had
but few guns, but maintained a
long and bloody conflict, until
they had killed a large number of
their enemy. They, however,
suffered severely, having bail two
of their number slain, and the re
mainder wounded. Only one
Pole w as able to reach New Or
leans. Louisville Journal.
Xeiv York Market, Feb. 21.
Colon - The sales of ihe week
extend to about 2500 bales, ot
which 1250 were Upland, at 15-5
to 500 New Orleans yi 10
to 181; 450 Florida al HI to 17j;
and 200 Mobile at 17 to IS ets.
The last advices from Knland
ami France have had the effect to
unsettle our market, and generally
holders are unwilling to name
lower prices and purchasers lo
come forward with offers at ihe
present prices. Since Ihe ac
counts were received very liitle
has been done, part of which was
at a reduction from previous
Naval Stores Tuipenline is
dull and can ire obtained at less
than our quotations. In Tar there
is not much doing. Star.
(I?"The Hon. William Gaston,
of North Carolina, will deliver
the annual oration before the
Whig and Cleosophic Societies of
' nnceton College, at the next
commencement, and Nicholas
Middle, h -sq. will address the
klunini. Halt. Pat.
Frost-bitten Vegetables. We
.bserve from the Favetleville na-
ers, lhat a physician of that tow n
recommends the citizens to be
cautious in making use of frost
bitten vegetables, particularly
Cabbage, which was nearly ail
frozen during the late extremely
cold weather, and is now, in its
decayed state, very detrimental to
health. It is recommended to
gather all the old cabbage, and
bury it. Raleigh Standard.
OCr'The ship Hark Away,
which lately arrived at Peters
burg, brought from Liverpool the
celebrated English horse Tranby
and Wheale, inported by Messrs.
Avery Co. of Greensville coun
ty, Va. Ral. Star.
The Chesvpeuke Bay. One of
the Pilots, who had come up from
below says the Baltimore
Chronicle states, that on Mon
day last, the whole Bay was frozen
over to Capes Henry and Charles,
and that the Pilot boats had great
difficulty in getting in from sea
ice two and a half inches thick.
This may be regarded as a most
remarkable circumstance,' not
happening perhaps once in fifty
years. The distance from Balti
more to the Capes, is estimated at
about 200 miles.
Distressing Casualty. D r.
Samuel S. Pool, a physician of
our town, while skating on Little
River on Tuesday last, was sud
denly precipitated into a hole
through the ice and before assis
tance could be rendered him, sunk
to rise no more. His body was
recovered the next day and inter
red. Dr. P. was quite a younj
man, amiable and affable in his
manners, and for several years a
member of ihe Methodist Church.
His sudden and untimely death
is a severe blow to his fond pa
rents and other relatives. Herald
of the Times.
Foreign. A vessel arrived at
Philadelphia, bringing Liverpool
('ales of Jan'y 20. The Paris
dates are of the 1 7th. It was
considered ur.n rtain w hether the
Ministry would carry the Indem
nity Bill through the Chambers.
The account of" Mr. Livingston's
d termination to retain his place
at Paris, until his passports were
forced upon him, is confirmed.
The Cotton Market at Liver
pool, Jan. 20, was more firm, and
spinners were expected soon to
resume operations, which had
been suspended by the elections.
The ireneral result of the elec
tions in England is not yet ascer
On Sunday last, aged about 5 years,
Ca.'rin, son of Mr. John Sherrod. of
Martin countv. He was burnt se-
crely about three weeks previous,
and lingered until mortification took
sit Tarboro and New York.
M.X ll. '2. p-r Turburo'. Aew Yurk.
Bacon, li. i 8 IO Sj 9
BeesvMix, II,. j H i!0 l 20
BraiMlv,HIe .ll n' 00 70 Ij. 38
C'oiT.-.-', i;j lt io l.i
t'orn, ImisIi.I oO 5." 64 70
Cotton, II). j 13 14 15 17
lotion Na'g. vaid.j 20 25 IS 22
rinnr, sujif. il)ll. . 600 62.3 500 537
lion. M. 4$ 5 3 4
L:imI, !!. 8 9 IV
Molasses, gall'n 33 40 21 30
Mi:;iii . brown, lb. 10 12 U l
tnU, T 1. l.uli 60 6.3 3"" 37
'I in pmtine, hb!. 175 18U 275 312
(Vheat, 'bush. I 70 iiO 80 8S
Whiskey, I I. ti ' 3S 40 27 28
WILL ST AM) the cnsiiiiiT season.
(wliicli will commence on t tie lot
Marcli,) fnir ilays at my Malile, f.mr at
llonry Shirley's, ami three at Win. .Moor
ing's. ft Mr. Haywood's plantation, so as
to be at his stands every Iw. Ilih day.
Persons putting mares to Jim Crow, are
rrqucstril to le pat lioul.tr in sending' on
evfty twelfth day from the lime thev are
put, and they w ill nol be disappointed in
finding the Jack at liis stands. He will be
at to v stable until Wednesday evening,
4th March then ?ro to Mr." fhiiley's
where he will remain until Sunday eve
ning, 8di March then to Mr. Mooring',
where tie wiil remain until Wednesday
evening, lilh Alan h then to his foime'r
tand. He will be let to mares at Three
Do'.liirs Ibe single leap Five Dollars the
season, and Kight Dollars to insure a
ur.ue to be iu f al with 23 cents t the
(iroom in every instance. A transfer of
property forfeits lie insurant e. Mares
wiil i.e entered by the season, unless I tttn
ollu r.vie inform, d w hen they nte lirsl
put to the Jack, and when charged no al
teration will be made. Great caie will be
taken to avoid accidents, but no liability
IV AL S. BAKER.
Febraarv 28ih, 1835. 10 3
Mule uml Female
Northampton County, JV. C.
MR. ROBERT A. EZELL,
TA5 ilplprmiiieil 1(1 make lllis his iiri'ini.
ii herit place of residence, and will take
charge of the Academy at this place, the
Exercises of which will commence on the
second day of March next Mr. Ezell's
superior qualifications as a teacher in all
the various branches, preparatory lo Col.
lege, are too well known in this section of
lhe country, to require comment.
The female Department
Will be under the charge of a competent
Lady, under the immediate superinten
dence of Mr. Ezell.
BOA III) ran be had with the Principal,
or in respectable families in the vicinity
or neighborhood, at $60 far the scholas
TERMS OF TUITION.
For the lower branches iu English,
per session, - . 8 00
Higher brauches in English, 10 On
Lauaunses, - 12 50
Music, (in addition,) - 15 00
From the commencement to 1st June
counted only as half session.
R1CIFD II. WEAVER.
.Tick-on, 22d Feb. 1835 9-3
XnilE Subscriber commenced teaching
L School Ihe present year on the Smith
fi 1.1 road, in the neighboi hood of Mr.
Willie Atkinson's, James Barron's, and Jo.
V. Pitt's The Students will be taught
Spelling, Reading, U riling, and Arithme
tic, at 6 per s-ssion. The situation is
hii;li and healthy board convenient at
10 cents per d;:y for children 5 cents for
tuition. The experience of 28 years' tea
cui'ig, and known attention always paid lo
ihihlren committed to my care, induce
me to hope I may receive a liberal share
of public patronage.
Febrmry i!7rh, 1835. 2
Vine 1 1 it I J cade my.
'J1! IF. Male Department of tins School is
now open, under Ihe direction of Mr. j
James S. Letch, of Uarrisburg, Penusyl- i
Board can be had at the Academy, and
w'uh other families in the vicinity, at Six
Dollars a month.
Scotland iNeck. 9di Feb. 135. 7.3
yf BALL will be tiveii at the residence
dTtLnfCiM. B. 1J. BELL, on Thursday
evening, the 19th of Match next.
Fern nary 27th, 1835. 9-2
Htm uants, Htmnanls!
CHEAT VARIETY of Henmants of
&c every description of Goods, w id be
Sold (it half I heir value.
J. IV ED DELL.
2 te Feb. 1835.
NEW SUPPLY of Turks Island Salt.
Sugar, CotlVe, Molasses, Ruin, uud
Whiskey. ALSO, some best stone Lime,
Freeborn's No. 12 and II Ploughs, with
and without stocks extra points. And, a
fi-w fresh Harden Seeds all of which are
offered at mv usual low prices.
N. II. ROUNTREE.
19'h Feb 1S35
Lianil for Sale.
pHF. Subscriber rflers for sale her Trat
of Land lying in Edgecoinbe county,
cominunly called the
I lunge Orchard Plantation,
Containing 329 acres, with an apple or
chard on it capable of making 25 or 30
barrels of Brandy. This land lies one mile
below the Gieat FaVs Tar RivT, and ad
joins the lands of Charles Harrison, Rob
ert Sorey and others, and has on it the ne
cessary negro houses, barns, kc- A part
of this Laud is of an excellent qiwilily,and
if application ig soon made, possession will
be given immediately and long credit giv
en if preferred. A further desciiption is
deemed unnecessary, ft no person will buy
without first viewing the Land. Terms
made know 11 onapplication to Jno.J. Bunn.
Dec. 19th, 1834. f5
Land for Sale.
J?., THE Suhscriher is anxious
' M to 80,1 l,is l ri'Ct f LnnU a1'
! i'Svd joining the one on which he
.ii&K'Al. now' lives. It contains 530
acres, some of which is low
grounds, the balance piney woods. This
Tract has a good dwelling house on it,
nearly new, with 4 rooms below and 2 up
stairs, and other out houses.
Persons desiious of buying Land low,
are requested to call am! examine for
themselves, as the Subscriber may at all
times be found al h iirwe, and is determined
to sell it he can get any thing over hull" the
Oct. 2Sth, 1834.
ft il fill 1 WW 5?f I
QJ Cloaks and lionnru.pj
NOW OPENING AT THE
Cheap Cash Store.
((T LADIES and Girls merino,
4j$JJ silk, camblet. and Cii Caspian
Cloaks, from I 50 to 9.
120 ineii'g CloHks. with and without sleeves
frotu C-t, and upwards,
ALSO, 200 women's Leghorns, from 50
ce..ts to the finest made,
250 Straw and Tuscan Bonnets, from 50
Nov. Hi:h, 153E
Slate of North Caroling
Court of I'leu-t nn.d Quarter Sessions,
Jam. s B. Slade ) Atlndimtn'kvU
vs. pan tli fee A'groe
John H. Purrington, ) Dawson. Andrew if
H. W. Bagley, AUaclimtntltrUd
v. 71 three Xfrots
1 he Same. j DaiTMn. Andrew $,
j Atlni fimcnt hvied.
.'On three AVgro-a -j
Di.wson. Andrew fy'
Bagley U Hyman,
1 he Same.
TI appearing to the satisfaction of the
Conn, that the defendant, John H.
Purrington, hath removed himself out of
this County: It is ord. ted, that p .bli. atit.n
be made in the I arboro' l'tes, fur six
weeks. iMvinz notice to tile d tVmtant that
unless he appear at the next teim of thi
Court and plead or replevy, judgment fond
will be en'ered against him lor the auunnt
of the plaintiff' demand, and thi negioea
levied on condemned subject to pav the
plaintiff' debt and cost, and ordered lo be
sold. 'le t.
JOS. D. BIGGS, Clk.
Pi ice adv $3: '0 5-6
State of JS'orth Carolinu
SCPL1UUP, COURT OF LAW.
Sarah Swauuer, )
X:" Petition for Divorce.
John Swanner, S
aN this case subpoena having been issu
ed a cot ding to law, and returned not
to lie found, and proclamation having bieii
made for said defendant, and hi default
recorded: Oideied bv the Court, that pub
lic ation tie made in the Rait ih Star and
Tut borough Free Press, two public jour
nals of this State, for three months, for the
said John Swanner to appear at our next
Superior Court, to be held at the Court
House in VVi!iiaiTiton, the last MnJ.iy in
February next, then and thre to answer,
plead, or demur to the petition of said Sa
rah, and cause shew if any he hath, why
the prayer of said petition shall not be
granted otherw ie the cause will betaken
up and cx.ua ned ex parte, and judgment
rendered as to John Swanner pro coidesso.
IV. MARTIN Clk.
Price a lv sf.5 'J5 63
rO t ea! U I'esHjx
VERY man or woman iudebttd to the
su!-scriber by open ticcotinf, ate re
quested to call and serie the same as ear
Iv as conve tii-r.t, either bv osh or note.
The cash would be preferr tl, but if thai,
cannot be had, w ill take a note.
i IV. COTTEN.
Tarboro', No. Ca. 17th Feb. 1835.
At the Cheap Cash More,
'"ILL be shown an extensive assort.
t menl of seasonable Dvy Goods.-
Those that wish to see a hauuouie Stock
of Merchandize, with exceedingly Low
Prices attached, will do well t call and ex
a.mwe, as I am determined to srll oul iiv
Winter stock to make room for
Spring and Summer Suppli.
Feb. 19th, 1S35.
ILL STAND the enduing season Bt
the stable of G. M. Mom in?, ten
miles from Tarbornugh, near the 'licen
v lie road and at Ezekiel Sinton's, ight
miles from Tarborough, n-ar the Cross
Roads meeting house and will be let ti
marcs at Three Dollars the single leap,
Five Dollars the season, and Eight Dollar
to insure a mare lo be iu foal with twenty
five cents to the Groom in every instance.
A transfer of t lie prop.-rty forfeits trie in
suiance- The season w ill commence at .
M Moorings stable on the 1st f March,
ween: In will continue "ne week IhCnce
to E. Staton's one week, ami so on until
the 1st of July, when the season will end.
CON'EIOE JACK is five years old this
spring ol" large size and good form, and
has proved himself to be a sure foal jretter.
G. M. MOORING.
E. STAT ON.
Feb. 19th, lt35. 8-3
WILL STAND ihe
present season at my
Stable, (Marion's oiti
siaud,) two miles fronis
the town of Halifax, N.
C. and w ill render service at Ten Dollar
the Leap, Fifteen Dollars the Sea;un, pay
able at its expiration, ami Twenty five
Dollars to lihine, payable when 'he fact is
ascertained, or Ihe mate parted with. Fif
ty Cents cash to the Groom in every in
stance. Any gentleman making ip a class
of five, shall have the sixth gratis. Ihe
senpon will commence the ) t of March
and end the 15th of Jn!y. Mares sent 10
remain wiiti the hoist; will be grain fed at
tweuiv five cents per day when required.
Every attention will be paid to prevent ar
cideuts or escapes, but no responsibility
GLAFCUS is a b-a:uiftil hermit sorrel,
full five feet one and a half inches high.
For beauty, leganre, symmetry ot lorm,
and purity of Mood, he is surpassed by
none and equalled by but few, being des
cended Loin the very best sti ckof horses
for the Turf, both if this country and Eng
land, as his Pedigree will show.
GLAUCUS, five years oid ti'i prin,
was sired by the celebrated r.ice Horse ami
geiter of race Horses, old Sii Archie; his
dam by the renowned old inipoifed Citizen,
his g. dam by imported Seagull, his g. g.
dam by old imported Janus. Seaeull wa
sired by Woodpecker, l is dam by Snap.
Woodpecker was sired by King Iterod, hi
dam, Miss Kamsdeii. by old Cad.-, Lons
dale' Bay Arnhian, Bay Botioo. Darlii 5
Arabian, Place's U h'tteTuik.'J atlolet Barb.
Natuial Barb Mar. (See T. R. vol. 2d,
No. 8, P. H'l, l"r Wm dpt cker'- pedigree.)
Soap by Snip, Marlboreogn sire of Vi a
gr, and ol the dams of Florizel. 'J op Gal
lant, Maid of the Oak, ami Hamilloniati,
(See T. R. vtd. 2d, No. 1. t. 19 )
John IVi IlepL nst all.
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