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Satl aliens wh ,F' 8 ; ! "7. - u AVnd he fired upon froto F.restt, and nfteriialshot; -t J6tf if Q w f :
ftmVatm bm.rPlVf Andshell were, tirowniheUag, the d&tntfrtid SmfTi cAenlott
V&S&St Dresden babeen itatedand toibM l sJe -fg? , va,ry Mt thmageor the i bt-;.
milv have rtmaineu a'X "
ACCOUNTS 'WWlp BnAA
, 7 ,.- ,4. ,i-, StbasUdfts,Qtyt, 7. .
Since 'bftUieAvhich .'lopliwir
redTt the ar.Tiy (ioise of St. bicbasuans go
inVon but sllyU'ft ls,aSwlicii
Ine "French attemptsID ' relieve it ; awl for
, 4 hit nurpsse 6roTt matka rapid mnjfch worn
- Biyosnev itVdltoHoioo .men. a'?.-- '
- fiord filKiottireafrom'HMliead
mrarters at L,esaca, waiter ia uespewvi ws
Jive Soutt another vconmlcle drubbing ; the
gnaiiiaTds beh's Wnfe' the mostjnoble and
dsteVruiiicil bWvfef ami had threes generals
killed. ', Inl the anUaio fifty, three 48
cmtfF&tiKte in sr Sebastian,
"" aad a gtneralsVaaU vvTas given v in. wich we
(pMS? Zllt Sftball paS tiSrougli the 'court- liou-e, a ? ,d, ;,: t J
babita.of. East Florida.- ' . i i ". ' ,rf - ' ' - -'''. ' J' -X '.C-Ai' -'::,: . a . .' " N
botk. i3s. J' IfvW xdid British soldiers v aet
wiWmofenirii; and erallantry, ovarcofhing; ob-
tac!, which ' perhaps to any other, troopi
. itoiM$aV0n'&rd 4nRarmpu.ntablcr ,
' That part of the garnson which escaped
frobi the' iovra reachedrthyastlevvheii the
Aaitordly rasab, immediately on Ending. ...our
tfoops in "ui! possession, of the towu, shelled
Itfrpin trt$i$&ttixk&'UV moments tlm
beautiful city was inflames; :?,-. '- : '
.A few hou rs after iftUvas a heap of rnrnsfaml
iher - s nothing reraaiuin5 of one of the haud
Wieit towhijn fo.iark the spat wheiv
alone itwai'thouhr .--0Htld W e, escaped, but
'ty aA iiVs wjifch sliSl 'enHiie, are fast ap
" proachLug it. Tie, pastil still liolds out and is
'v.fi 5ch(xJi)fr inca, Craig, l. -m Fance. ynh full cargo of
wbi brainy iijks; ,ve 4gri, ipeam of tarrv &t. has been
Captured cffCaony iw.BritWtjri. ,
at a'-cfockln rhe evernngi lor 4 he purpoe oi (ormma Bllli.laV'' .-J
SbCiETy-a' society ir e:jiaiuii us .''distvibut ol' ih
FBftM UimLINGTOKr 0CT 29 1 V
rLatest ftieoantatfroialiie Jjtheijtlrtey arc yTf &irftiVtf. iL;'ctngti wion wiu--b pteba,-i ant ,iho it
4 down' to Monday, and Tuesday ?lat?: Gen. Iail
- Hampton had CHcainped ith hisrmy i the . f
d before Uie mectir.g lor ihcti adoption and organixauua.
ses of the leifislature of VwaeTWnv-Sr south side of ihe. St. liawrenee, at the Calow , - . - . r 1 .
Penniujrtou was elected governor, having 30 i.Jlapid.Vi miltniie-ntM-i, aud 4 , . &ttlte BUtfk 0 N.OrtU-CaroUlia,;
'votes,' Aaron Ogden. jrederal,20. ' . ' miles this side of the:Britii aruyr, encamped ; , f ? , ralexgh, nov. 2, lSidl ' t -. ,
V mv V VV : ;; '.rt- La opiti5 of regulars and iuiJj- -1 GREEABLY io thfe d fieetion of'thl Ael '
Gen: Harrison having dischar A
has arrived at BuRald, on the Niaeara, With vernor Prcyest.iu person. Uen.'.Jlampton ; was ;.- v. v., . , , ,, ... . f
,lls,M,I5u . ' , ' . , ,.3 7 , -4. 4l - S WiiV itiUAii' whrt ft 19 Dirctor-ofihePnnciuatfianksul-akt uace 'i'J
the regular .troops (iooo) under him.. . waiting the arrival ot ccn. Ukinson, wjw. . t f . . J
1 On SundaV last; the. prisoners taken by qoniiust. withu8 rmy'and f boat 500 batteauxV Stockier. o .he .. Ba,,k; JW .herf called up.
IIIVUUI Cil. I " . " ' ' "J v - ; - . ,..::
Gen. Wilkinson lcftGranadicrJslaud pn the
22d of Oct. supposed to descend the St. Law
rrv- arrueu ucrc nu u Jicn-'nanw-. ii 11 ,aiu uiu i..uutiiu. ..? , i . ... (
v . .. . . r . . v 'r 1 il . 1 1 J r. .1 maA&o . T ' Mr.
I fi m!m id .iiiart aiu Kitsset nave maue meir ; ..v. .7f v.,
standt, Odelt'own ; their force is about 100.
here until echf,ngcd.--C.'aWcfje Fredonkn. .
"It issuppiieu wuhwitec hy only one wen ,
yesterday our batteries' directed their shot when
Fij -FVpnefc OSi-er sommandins resorted to a
methai of sloppiiigur fire, he placed our pri
soners roindAthe ivell of course onr firing
ceased. O.ilfcftnivc the cruelty of such a
nmr-ppdinir iTheT)Iunder taken at St. Se
iastiaus iVald't he .great. '
FttlDAY,, kOVEJIDER 12, 181?.
' Raleigh .4c.fr;si?. Te exam na.Wm 6 the jiuderiis 61 ihi
nstitii'ion fifed .;i.Vedtieil'ay e-euin& -last ''Much satisfac
tion was :givm oit in the male and lemale dtpartmcnis. anc
"Rltclai ly by lb, 'iighw eta"frot' each- After Ihe TeporT it
theffxaminaii'inhad been rcad.':h H-'Q. Judge Potter, on be-
Jmlf of the friiees, andit-ssed iheS:ndent, in a very handoTi
and approp iate mfiner Ths ensuing' session will commci.vc
under 1 he same.ablc Principal, and well qualified Subwrdinau
: Teachers ; and there is eery reason to believe mat the lnsiitii
l':on will incit-aneiri tepiita:ion a- d uwfuiness
Lfiflittu't of North Cawlwp -Thjbody will commence
its scsicn -i; Monday next. Some of ibe members have airea
i)y arrived in town. ' r "-
Jnttrtstim triaf.Q Thars.iisy .the 24:h ult. before the su
"perior G'urt ( f..V, Hanover, '('i mington)' came on tbe trial o
SaiHAg Ma ter Evan a id midshipman M'Chcsncy, fo. ihe ai-
Jeed murder, oi" Capt." Jno. S. OIver. J. D. Toomer and
The London Star, of the 17th ult. gives a
particular statement of theJFjeuch and Allied
. . armits, m vv Inch the lollo wing rounti numoers
' -Wc imderstand that on' Sunday. he.2l,ttinlt. appearc k'. '
17 prisoners, including an omccr, tl ot wiiom j'ambar oj men unaer nonapane ana nisayer-
a. . . . - Twl f. 1 1 . -
s rmJina 01 ew-iniei
were I'atrki, taken hv th
in C'irrituck County? and not aLJNew-. lopsau.
Inlet us at fi rst reported, were hrouirht to EMza-
uetfi-citv. 1 ney were ine cr; s qi. 1 uuius
fifvhjeii iipsef bn the bar,' that had been des
patched bv the, Mars, a X. Providence pi ivateer
of 11 g'ins, to cutout two smnH vessels f hat w ere
ivinsrat the Jnletjoatleu wtih sljmgles, uutlaii-
o i in trie auemp, owing to meir naving jji.iih
ed. which 'crave the nilitia lime to assemble, to
(he n-imber of 4Jiut 30, when (hey retook thei
vo vessels and .succeeded in getting possession 1
of the above mentioned boats and all their anus
At Dresden, -In
Jn Lusatia, -In
Prussia, . -About
In llaly, - -Bavarian
il Inteiest'bil'jhe -lii. iiJu.ion, as may bff. --
j?fonu!h'a)- of-Oecembt.'ihexjJ, i
at nine o'clock in ho naaming, the Acac'etny bulldftflgs, ?ft - !
the Ciiy of Raleigh, ; 4 ., ? ' ' , "I
Wm. H. JJAYWOOD. '1 .
' ., Such Stockholders as do not alte.id ihe Election of Di
rectors personally, will authorise pjoxiena the form hereipfyra
, .... ;.
1 .Ci: .A
"O y virtue of a Deetl of Trust, exeente.d to thti '1
JLP ubtifce'r by Benii Ca o, ot ih c(ty (fpalnghMriilb i'
exposed t public Safe, at fhe premici, one hail ..f th'. right
to the HOOsE whenin tlx said Caid nw reMdet and wirich . ,.
is situated on ihe lot known ?n the plan of said City by No, ,
38', together with all ihd improvement (hereon erected, Like- ,
wise, one four. wheel wagon, gear and four horse.. T. e tejtSS r"
of sale will be cash. ' , '; -i " y:- :'. v. ..;"
' ... , . BEVERLy DkmEU'Truiiee. '
November 12, 1813.
The mam Allied Army, commanded by me . . : v" y. 1
rhey state that they saw the Emperors o f Russia and Austria, and the King jTi HOMMEL1N & S AYRE, thankful for tho 1
ICj liberaTfRCouiagi'meiti. received since commencing .busi v .;
privateer capture and take in tow a large black 0f Prussia, consisted, at t)e date of their attacl
sloop, sanding to the Southv.arcL upon Dresden, of 200,000 men, viz.
On Friday evening arrived i i this place, on Austrian under Prince , '
their way to Nott VIslund, near .Currituck In- Swhwartzenburir. : 90,00d
let, whither they have been ordered to repair for Russians and Prussians who .
tbe protecton ot the coast, tlielicrtie u.'ti'Cii- joined tlieni at Crague, 80,000 T
meat of militia, "uuder the command of Capt. '.' Gen. Klenau's corps, 30,000
Pugh; and on the morning following th.y took ' -200,000
up their line of march escorted ahoat a mile oat Allied Army in Silesia, 100,000 1
of" town by Major M'Collor and a small part Allied Army in Prussia, --420,000 '
of the Eilenlon Volunteer Company, under the Allied troops besieging or blockading
command ofLieutenant Strong. ! Damzie, Sfeltiu, Custrin, &,e. ' ' ., 6X),0qa;
On-.-Friday thelaih inst.-will be executed in Reserve of Russians advancing under "
Bertie County, pursuant to the soiitcnce of the Gtn. Benniugsen, ; 60,000
HonorableTSu perior1 Court of that County, 51 r. " 4 - .,...,.."' ' , :
Moore, for the wiiful murder of Mr. Jo nr. Km Gran.'l total of the Allied Array, 010,000
AV, Morgan a Constable oi the County (il lici t-1 Numerical superiority on the side of the
ford. Mdenton GaxeUe, Ycu,v2. ( French, 30, 000 men. '
neis in this place, intoim tneir irrnds and the public mat they '
liave just received,' from New-Yoi k and Philadelphia, 4 hand .
some assortment of WOOLLEN and FANCY GOODS, well .
adapted to the present season and laid in f r cash, which WilT'
enable them to itll as chap as any in this place. . 4 1
Flannels, - '
AMONG THEM All
' Bombazetts, ?
White and Colored Lustring's
Levantirisi Silks, , .
; ' ' Silk Hose, .f!4??
' " v-i.f . Cotton an4 wonted do. -: x
B- cking Bakes,
Cambric tfu. '."."''
James " Barron
on Ciiuningliam, ea.
Swedish MaTest?s" i
appointed-Ins sweetish Maj
for Elizabeth city, . C.
The (jottenbiirg mail k is said has, brought
By the Pilot set on shore from the blocka
ding squadron off Oeracaek, we "are enabled
to ascertain the exact force, which consists of
tbe brig Conflict of 1 Wans. 2 men and bovs ;
the sch'r. Paris .16 guus, aiid 30 men ; tender
' ;- ; Long and short Silk GtoveV
Kid - .;' T 'da.
-' MAt 8eavtr 'dt '
Lfn'ens, ' Snk Cord, ' . 1
Cotton Shirtings, ;Saiseneus, . f
L mgtirri ! , Pasttboaid and Wire, i,
Calicoes, -L . "' .. Bonnets- .' ; ,
Oimitie, ' , ' Shoes, &C&C , 1
Cotton and Silk Bandaioes, -
WITH A VARIETY OF OTHER'AHTiettfS. ' ,
Raleigii, Nov. 1 l,.J8'3
" John JL London, e quires, witGep. W. w Jones, "deTem!. Two Brothers, 7,men with small arms.
" the'accuef"; acdihe prosecution was conduced by Mr Troy,
the U. S. attorney. His'4rTwrJudge . Seawcll charged the ju
ry, who retiied only for a few minutes and rem ed wi th a ver
dict rf acquit wThe ctrcHlUstances amending iheunlb.tuiiate
transaction of Capt. Oliver's death, were relied in the Minerva
, ihoftly 'afier the event j and the evidence obtained on trial
-jrovef that ihe.p&ceis involved were completely justified ii.
' .fmy' view.ot'thecas&:' 'v ; .
btrmviniy-On the .Wih ult, Geo. Chitten-Jen, Goveinor'ol
i . Vermont, wa 4 inducted tj office in presence of bo'h Houses of
iuk ixrguiaiuru, io wgom ne oenverco a rana ano sensinie ao
, drtsi. In this he pointedly expi esses his disapprebanon ot the
war, anani. conviai ft tntilieji oaand treasure wasted i n
pursuing the Co quest iTjCa;.ada, twill be po.ly compeniated
oj a:iyot .be advantages to be derived from its possession .
'jj, iv'.- The Philadelphia De liocraUc Tress -has aUern;t!
i . top'ace in a ludicrous: point ot view tre reputa'ion of te la;'
Loid Nelson, by contrasting .thicommand':rrs con uc', afte
' having ieceived a tnjrul wound with that 'of the galan
. jettt. 'tlin,cujghr:ander like citcumstancs. . N w this -is
'ymsens'prjiomethinl; wois. Surrotith was Qnqqcationah.-.
a letier to MatUme Moiieak from the General,"
her tiiifoi tunate husband, it is dated the 1st or
2d instant 1 or 5 days after his melancholy
acciweut. lie makes light, of the Wound,, audi
let's his wife that he is not without hopes of a'
speedy recovery. Although writing no doubt 1111-,
der the smart oi'acute pain nothing escapes him
that is merely personal to himself. His mind on nTMIE handsome little FARMy of one hirfl
thexoatrary, seemed to be' wholly absorbed in J dad acrt7, about 4 roiUsio the East cCKale:gh.f Apply
ihe issae-of Hie eat contest, in which he had . ' '.''? DANIEL DU PREii
r. Fed. Rep,
( The Federal Republicans of Lancaster coun
ty, P'a. have gained, the election by a respect
able majority, notwithstanding but little exer
tion was made on their part. William. Wal
lace, fed. candidate for congress, has a ma
jority of lO votes over Crouch the demo.
RUSSIAN MEDIATION. ' letter, he makes, sonie allusiou to the. long'
Lxtract ojm mier jrom a very respectable and unrelenting enmity winch he had met with
house in London
I rt7i dated September 25, 1813
so anxiously wished to bear an useful and honor-
able part. He earnestly-entreats her not to cre
dit tiie reports which would not fail to be pro-!
pagated, of defeats and disasters sustained liy j
the allies.. IJe assures her that there is no foun-1
dation for such reports', but quite otherwise: for '
.every thing had hitherto gbiie on well on the
side of the allies Near the conclusion of this
JUleiftb. 12 h Nov 1813.
WT- 'BOYLAN has removed his Bookstoie
. the new hotise ' next -lyor io the State Bank. ; -
Nov nib t 13.-.
" A'our special ministers have not been sent
TTT is required of all 6ffieers, called into sef-
ilwi I AtVi i4a.ir IntuJa.i in fn ward la this On.
crossed- him in all his pursuits. The beginning fice immcdiatl ,y a Muster Rl)H of Offiee.VandsJli'wuh.
ot his letter fs written 111 his own hand : but the ....u.: .i.;- y;nin. t;mf c
1, 7 i:itiuM:.1cw .... vw....r. v, .....v... i v iiiictcuw 'Mng H 1 vice since tbe 16th daV of Tu vtavt. W Jo ward la tWS U.
from Russia, (a report of w hich nobody of any concluding part is written by.3nji.d;.d.e--CAmpWivjc.et;)h
iniormation creditiiTfo'rLinoinent) yet, to ."the a circumstance from which it is natural to infer,- j . reduested of all
21st of August, they had done nothing. 'They' either that his strength was unequal to a farther v r -
i.ii . ,i J. ... i . -P. r..,.L;.a-....k il:. i 3- 1 i .... furnished any of the Tr
cuori, ur mat 111s leei
Oracer and other petsoos,
a hero, who should log Hve insou.ff.ciio:iate remcmbrantv
f Bu; none ol h s riendg would desiie t get him Uce .'.n iifi
- f position with )st& . Neison.'rXhe o"Cvwa! aii rxcillent ytung
pfficst, devoted to nls country's se;yice,.'fond of he proleasi -t,
. he had chosen, and inspired by aition for leiiown Burthen
i4 be was not a chieftian., the, vanquisher of iucce6;ve fleet.',
aiidvictorioiif in thirty baulcs. ' :.
. ' J An Augusta paper 'me.li;oiH'tiat on Thursday, the 28th nit
' me or tbec'tii.uf thjt pUct"t burnt ai efBgy ol the Bi-
, iisn.iienerarrroqiorj alter mume nad it caneo tnnuen in
pincipa) tief!s of the'fity. It i not' understood, how"Vfr,
- 'That the general has died. if gt'tif lor Vhh disgtace, tior that r
presi.,ent has rewarded either by civil o military pim ition a
" ' ', "y oi :'le brave and pat-TotxcV'iem wh-. were its authors f
, 'tfign! Gs'vtr, Ctipii.Pnrfr. The following article has been
extracted fiu.ti a late i Royal .aJctie, printed in the Inland Ot
Jamaica,' aW cotsms tbeint satisfactory account which' has
Jer c-.me "t. ha'tc! of the foregoing vesset ' The Essex has bt en
'itcrc than a y?af putof port. ':' t r " -.
H AiL'iigthvre hare. received accounts of thelJI 5i Ffiga t
'Jssji,' Cipt. Porterj '.whitj'i has foi solongAa Yirde Seen mtM-v-
ing ' She anchored at . thrta 0:i the 5 h of April; having ir
ta.-ge twa 5'uthsrarsien, her priae7aiS4 shortly afteVpioceed
ej wv tcHif-e i.ffthe Giilipagj I viands. O.i the i8tb-t' A
pii VjVau!ed the" trit sh ih'ipl Oeorgiana1, Pests j'Voric;,
t nvn'ft ; an t ;jjin-eeiirAftB,ixte Ori theSthof Kljy t'j.V
.Abo niie pr f the s.tijs Aibuiic, Myer, and G;eeawicb,
-' '.,w.--c '' '--'" y ' V
bad been desired not to proceed to the Empe
ror in Crerman; , as there he could not nfgoci
a.le with them. 'As England had" refused . the
mediation of Russia nothing vras" expected by
wriohavo r. . J
ontr j.ft' Ihe I Vvii.. rvl tln NlalA. rllpfl miOSCTVICB i
mgs had overpowered him.----..r .-, w;i anV k!n(f of Drovisioos otber J
I t -j-v . , -- y ,. , x t
.1 .1 . . .1.1 i'. . , ... A , f:
tnem, in tins Jespeet, -irom meir mission : toiine sin nent. to the jJntish lorces under uen. i
of a speedy adjustment of ur difJTerer.ces, there shad lost during the siege two thirds of its num
is not the least probability ofa peace jvith ' beT. Vi'r ' . : ' , !
J supplies, to forward to this office1 frhmediaiely an account thereof
The Castle of St. Sebaians surrendered on ".T-AvTrr.i ,t t s a ue
IVVOdXVl V AVl-T.rmf jjs ssrsi wvsw i
: t h M i Rt i a of N- Ca roli a. -
your countr.yT) uch-is our iuformation, and
such are our opinions."
The following letter appears in the riewspa
pers, but has noith'ername, flate nor direc-!Rice, old, 3 dolls. 50
- . MUSIC. ';,: A
X F. GGNEKE, Professor of Music, reu
itt-i 4. ' v u i, , c. mme;f in Raleigh, and putrwsesdevoTingHns-timeijQo.
Jf.ilnungton, J ov. 9. 8alt, 2; Sugar per . . , , j- piAftpriRTf"
-Bi n . waid the instruction of young ladies oo-h PIAUQ tOK.l-f
10Q, 22; Flour, super. 9 : fine 8: Corn 70 cts : , , ' - s .
tion. Ave give it, however as we hhd it;
'" Dear Sin Have the goodness to obtain
tlu?!" insertion of ,, the 'following in some of. our
pahlifi print, in the form of an extract of a let
ter directed to yourslf.rrom,; me. r ours, (xe. '
' " Unless some' measures', are taken to liber-.
ate our unfortunate countrymen,I (ha!Te little
hopes or their surviving during Ihe approach
ing vinter-They have' rising fifteen hundred
S earn en aB d o Hi r s at Me 1 1 y i i I e i s i and i ; c eon-
ed up in one prison, two stoi'ies in 'height. Th
deamen are tine fellows, aud the' soldiers,
though greatly ' ejiihjiusted from theit-fatigue,
are iu good spirits. 'Would to God, could say
the same. of their health ; owing to their fas
tigue, aad'lhe hardships they have 'undergone,
they are extremely' sickly and deaths among
them are frequenl. I trust government w ill take
some measures to obtain their ..libcrationr-Thiers
are tweqty four army5 oificers, and about Jhe:
same number of navaj. on parole at this place,
Dartmouth.': , : :; ' '-,': r.
His terms will be as fo lww :
session.........!. ......1... 28.
. ,u. year.-
An additional dollar per quarter will bearged where scno-
The teacher will
JYttwberth JYlt3. -Butter, 25 in 30 eents :'
Apple Brandy l dollar 20 cents 5 Peach 1 40 5
Corn 75 to .80 cents j coffee 23 Id 30 j flour 9 to
Q 50 : Jtlliim sail. 4 iln.. in 4 fl 1 innr Irt
. . s . 0 ' - lari are waited 00 at iheir resoective hiuses
Fayettevilleov. 0.ButterJOa 25? an kT their ,PianoS in go, order, free of expense. Bm,
pie brandy 35 to 63 peach 63 to 76 j corn 65 ha; hower' Snvemetl f 'imple msuument whereby all
to 70 feoffee 25td 30 ; . flour 750 to Stoats oung Wies.of attention and tolerably god. ear, can learn to
10 to 50 j salt, Turk's Island -1 75 to 2 j"Liver- W t? instwmew, ' good wet Tb.sk.
pool 1 30, scarce J sugar 22 to 25 $ tobacco 2 50 conceives to be a great advantage offered to hose who resido
to 3 50 .tallOW, 10 ; wheat 1 20 whiskey 60 , where it Is difficult to fid masters capable ot tuning; Tbo
to 05 1 . j: :,. ' ' . V . r . ' (newest tausic, good strings, ice. wiil be constantly kept foj
liichmondi firg.'jtyv. 9. Cotton 1 ta 16 ; sale, wherebpcWlars can without difficutty be supplied. f At
floufr 4 50 to 9 wheat 5; corn per bbl. 3 to 3 the end of each quarter a Concert will be given, injsdiichchr.
50 glass 10 by 12, 18 dolls ; Whiskey ?0 ; SO- Mr will iiveHnwbTic exhibition of 4heiir pntress. .'Having -gars',
N. O. 21 to 27 cents; loaf 36 tr 38 ; lamp Wgiit tom f ea t'at" ewbeiaoj -Washihgtosyn thi swte,
3 1 tri 35 j tobacco- 2 50;t 7 50 ' : . , and feeKng confidence i his ko fledge 'of the'science, the
VtiavUstohj S CVltV ti'l- Btttt' good 2J'fjachrdubt$'ttpt ,.f gitringatiffajon'lus e',r:a,u
to iicuiion; so.g Siapie, i3 io zu ;e snon a il beang jouixi deserving o a peuiwo 01 pwHi-ruw
i? 11 ( corn 80 to 83 : flour 4 to 5 dolls t home
1'p.iUi yd.i4e 35 U 40 jtallow 1A toils j . whis
key. .j5vivVjii iii:iC
: P.. Youn Eentterocn will be taught, en thejoiegoins
ierms, anyofthe variety or iast rumen's chit fly used in private
cr caieert, - -. ' - Kov.-lvC j
. ,, . - v. I
'.- -'-, .; '
; " ,