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HAMHUUJtY. JST. C.....TUK)AYt MAY 8, I&25.
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f 3 ill. UUry, ffoMitf. Yfm, II.
J HUirh'er howe f enrtruUmrtit, la
3uir lnwe ma fcrvaJs Mtf im tu
In tha Lsr Ktt. twtti aaievi
house U Ur(t and eoVt. "Hi fc'rhew,
moke., tmw, stM?,, M
osctBVhrrardeB and back UtwH iaauoii.
psh I will dispose of IM aa m lafl mom
aTOotMModalSnf tens to the psjthatf, M I aw
eWttrwiitfd In renota U tax twntrj Mil bJt
On hand, which I am ilrtemlned to aril for rook.
at reoWd prees 1 IM rones to-u of sow
Jht &Wa aWaj, MM Luna, t'm'i, Iklfwar,
a d Cud M'W-and v iim by the pllon 1 and
triimWr of W initio, not Mnr la be
mimcnl4. (irVQKGB MILLtH.
' N. II. I ah request tit jtrttm who have eny
IciMiid against to call ami reorivt tit
tmy 1 Um who owe i"t by bonk account
f ' -.11 a - e . .. ni I
yr eiiirrww, w 111 uo m ivt vj mnnj mi
Settling thrir accounts f. M.
TO be drw the ISifc day of May, sad by
an fW wfc VWar, crJ bjr
kitm ptunt nkr, tM Of VmiXtd
V ! 1M p!eair 1 prtKirt to tb pW
C tM VrM oT th
fttute jfUfTj of MntimA.
(if fltitf, hI bfuugil out umlcr iucil Act of
llizhctt-Friee. 20,0Q0 I)ollari.
1 Frii of 10.000 w 10.00(7 IMImm. -
5 Prur of 1,000 U 3.000 Dolbf.
4Pmnof ' 500 U 2,00m Ikillirt.
tOPfixrtof 100 m 2.WJ X)llr.
'30 frim of 0 i 1 JUO iKilUf
50 Pritw of 2 1MW lilr.
SOOPrtirtof 10 U 2 TV lUr-.
SUOPnuiof ii 1,500 ll!ar'.
10,000 VtUi of
3 is CO XX) DolUn.
20,000 llckeli ' ff'-tik ! Fritrf
'Mfc'li:i'S,l,BCwrrir"tnd comma!, iwatead of being
tt Jf.' r Drevitir -TV Nnwb win be
rnit intooiie htcl M uwial mwl in tft othrr
wbrel H be put tha pnf iw the denom
nation f To D1!rt, and the drawing to pro
mn in the aul manner. . 1 he 10,000 priiei
of g2 bu awanUd to the odd or even
hiimticri .of the ltte-v ( the ease may be)
l. nMwli iif-on the drawina- of the Capital Priie
of 7Vfl; 7wurf 7ar that ia toaay, if
h 'AjJJM iot!ar pnac hIk'hUI ciwne nut lo an
Ctkl Vim. Her, thto tn M ."ma ia the
XcM ill be ftititel to a prixc. If the
W.UW lo!Jr priae ahmilJ eon out to an 7vca
.. JiVm.Y "I w eacli eMiiua to prarT -a
CO" ilMfi'mmlmi uri lAaaa tiULug lri !, 3, S,
7, .r 5 ' "
Gj F.n XtimbtH4irt lha$e .nn,lT-". 2
1 liia mode of drawing not only enable the
Commiasioncri n compete the uliule lottery
In ONK DHAVMNO, but has the great" advan.
tige of di netting tha mH pr'uca regularly to
Mry (UtrrniUf nwntr in the tcheme. w that the
.holder of two nhareanf ticki-t (one odd and
, one'even nirmber)! be-oatiB.tttobtajungJ
at leatt one priie, and in tne aame ratio lor any
ffj" A I ickei drawing a superior prize in thit
tthrmr, ia bt aisTaitTao from drawing an in
ferior one al'O.
1 he drawing will take placf in the City of
Baltimore on Wednesday tne lmnoi ma,iiu
will finish on the aame ilav. A Terv ahort pe-
riod, therefore, Iritcrvcfting before the lime of I
drawing will- arne adventurers at a distance
should avail themaelvea of the very superior ad
vantages offered bv this scheme, and 'send on
their orders withoirt delay they, will .remark,
the low rate of tickets the very trifling risk to
, pin. f tlmt not btinj tne Blank to a Priz'J and
that the capita! prize of "TWatftf ' Tmocsssb
Doi.uas, is of a magnitude hitherto unprece
dented for so small a sum Invested ahoe all,
however, ir the- aTiKTr or oa-mama at
hast oaa-ran by th purchase of two tickets
. or twa shareii :one odd and one even number)
and in the same ratio of certainty In the pur-
ate of a great wiwibcr of licketn or share.
The limita ot an advertisement do not permit
f a detail of the various and many advantages
in fhi. improved mode of Lottery they will
fiaturallv present themselves to the adventurer
on examination of the scheme, to a scrutiny of
which we Invite their attention,
to be had in the greatett variety of Num
bers, (Odd and Even) at
" " COHEN'S
Wlier ;u the four last State Lotteries, were
told the ter!fBe(Mta-wr'
000 dbriafi-2 of 20,000-2 oX 10.000, ..VsidWi
no less than Tsir CariTaia of 5,000 dollars, &c.
tc. And vim moat e'riTw nm im
aota thi at st oTx mci n Asisaiw.
TiOiinr.s from' an V rart of tlie United
States or Territories, enclosing the ca-ih, or
prizfs in any of the' lotteries, (poft paid) will
mret-aiir accustomed nromnt attention. Ad-
dress to J. I, COII KN, a. Mtimr.
Baltitnnrr, April 7, 1825. 2tJ6
t04 Kilalt'l ilTMIIC4t WKWlH
. Vh4 khill mI n limit lo tht 4)a?
iUi cf fumrc atil Wk cti prtKrib
e m.Uc tuuikfaiU, of rtitr.lfl be
nlif ar4 lnaaiUUa earUiif of roan
libln Iht clrtla of t! prttanl aroulrt
wenti f "Vr tntf wa itKfUMbitlf
d(Mt. lb of mi yti m tetvui
h our Inairuntciiti of wMrHko thai
ma aKciUin ailJ more dccitlva potnii
of rrcnibunce TNjr mjr reolrf the
lam qui(ion br lha etMenc of mum
wDKtt it niw ao luunaantjr conviNuiiir
bf tb evidence til anilor k 7er mat
Ur open to ut lha tjoquelMnbl !
K't of an, and lnHutff and lntellirnce
We mv ate aummar ikroolnfr lit man
tie over In mighty tracts, and we mf
ace them left naked and colourlcaa after
the flush of vegetation liat ditppercU
In the proerttt of veart, or ofcen:urif
mav trace the band of cultivation
preMlinr new apect over tome por
km of the planetary auruce. rcrbapa
aome Urje city, the metropoJU of 1
mlrbtr empire, may expand Into vUi
bl a rot by the poerof tome future tel
CK0P. Perhapt the tlaat of tome ob
Urrvert bta) Otainrt -y iuU. him
to conttrucr the map 01 another world ;
and ut lay doo the lurface of it In ail
a ft a
Hi minute and topical vanenci. t)ut
here ia ho ettd of conjecture, and o the
men of other timet e leave the full a
m l . .a
auranre ot wmi we can aiteri witn u.e
higheat probabilirr, that yon planetary
orl are to many worlJa, that they term
ith life, and that the Mighty Being who
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preside In hlh authority over thia acene
of gratidcur and aMoniibment, hat (here
planted the woishlppm of hit glory. -The
dirovrrtaf.a.lence widen the
empiie of creaiiofi far beyor! the rimit
whkft were formerly assigned to n-
i hev give ut lo ace that yon lun, thro
ned in his planetary srstem, givet lifrht,
and warmth, and the ticiitude of teaaoo,
to an eslent of turface, teveral hundreds
of timet greater than that of the earth
which we inhabit. I hey lay open to us
a number of worlds, tolling in their re
spective circlet around this vat lumi
naryand prove, thai ibe ball which we
tread upon, with all ut mighty burden ol
leatt of tbem ; and from aome of the moat
distant planeta, weuld not occupr a visi
ble point in the concave of their firma
ment. They let ui know, that though
this mighly eanh, with all ita myiiadt
of aeopie, were to link into annihilation,
there are tome worldt, where an event
to awful to ut, would be unnoticed and
unknown, and others, where It would be
iHifhing more than the diiappearjnce of
a little atar which had ceased fioro ita
iwinklirr...We thould feel a aentmani
rcDresentation. We ahouW learn not to
look on our earth at the tmiverteof God,
but nne paltry and lnwlgnificant portion
of it, that it ft only one of the maOf
maiisiom which the Supreme Being hat
created for the accommodation of bia
worahippera, and only one o the many
worldt rolling in that flood of light which
irjjgjqn poura around him to the outer
limits of tBelplinelar ijrtteTnr - '
rE y siox list ise u.vrrF.n STATES.
An official report made to Congress
from the War Department, at the lasiaes
tion'of Congreta, exKTbita the following
Of Half-pay Pensioner!, the total num
ber is 2.918, and the annual amount of
th, money paid to them, ia 206,664 dol
lar. Of Revolutionary ' Pensioners, the total
number i '3,127, and the total amount
annually paid on that list II 1,242,84?
Of Invalid pensioners, the number it
3,743, and the amount -paid to them is
Of Pensionerabn half pay for fire yean
202, and the amount annually paid to
them ,876 dolUrt.
So that the total number of pensioners
of the United Slates is 19,990, and the
amount annually paid for Pensions is
3,556,388 dollars.,:-.. ...
" There has recently been poblished in
London, in two' thick' volumes, octavo,
price 21 shillings, boards, a new Bio
sraobical Dictionary of Musicians. It
includes the lives of the most emineut
One hundred pounds or wine pints
nf rich milk- will make fire pounds of
butter. A pint of milk, wine measure,
weighs a pound", and five pints Wr
measure, is equal to six pints wine
4t Act antSwrUing aw leeary a the Tr.
eurr so omw a aum rt tsr(,t t tr
Wiima i dolWs. or.l4 tVksngr a stock
v fo.it a one half par Urrt. rW a eerUia)
atock kesr.nj an imarvt tint per eaat.
Tl tnattrd if I At 3tke tnJ Ihmt
L'fM'"tili tftktU-'ttd State,
V Amenta, f .onrrrtt mrmhltd. l hal
and he is hertSyaothorlxet to borrow
en tirNfort the first day of lanuart
, tm (be crtdU of th fJtlied Ktaiet.
a sum not esceedlnr twelve millions ftf
dollars, at fs'e of intlrest, oavable
quaneriy, not eaceeding ur and one
.-S, a ft
ftau per c en torn per annum,,!, millions
wh.of rslmburtable at the plesture of
the Government, at any fimi alter the
iMrty-firtl die of Ilacember. Ik tk ...
"H"" "' anq iwemy ei(tit j and
an minions ai any time after the thirty
first day f December, in the
teen hundred and twenty-nine, to be ip
plica, in fddiiwn to the monert wl.rh
may b is the Treaaury at the tim of
borrowing the same, to nas- off nt .i;.
hirgt sue put of the sis ner ni.
stock of the t'lited Slates, of the .r
one thousand alkin hundred and thirteen.
as may oe reoceaauie elcr the first day
Ser. Ani trf urt
! shall be lawful for fn Ink of the
United States lo lend th said iur, or
e7 part thereof; and itla hereby lur
Iher declared that it ahal be deemed a
good execution of the salt poer to bor
row, for the Secretary of the Treasury,
with the approbation of lie President vl
the United States, lo civs to be ront
tuted certificates of sto-k, tlgned by the
egu'er of the TteaiWry, or by a 1onv
misstoner of Loans, for the whole or any
part thereof, ocarina. inure-
fwur onS" one Ir terUt"n
pr annum, transierraDJe ana mm-1
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bie ataroressKt, and to cause tne sii j cer-
tiacatet to be told t Provided, that no
stork he aold under par.
Sec. 3. And be UfttHhtr tnacttd That
a subscription to the amount of twelve
millions of dollars of the six per cent,
stock of the yesr eighteen hundred and
thirteen, be, and the same is hereby, pro
posed ; for which purpose books shall be
opened at the Treasury of the United
States, and at the several loan offices, on
open until tbe urtLday Pt uetooer tnere
after, for. Such .parts of-the aboveinen
tioned description of stock aa shall, on
the day of . subscription, ttand on the
booka of the Treatury, and on thote ol
the several loan office t, respectively;
which aubtcription shall be effected by a
transfer to the United States, in the man
ner provided by law for such trantfera, of
the credit or credits standing on said
books, and by a surrender of the certifi
catcB of the stock so subscribed i Probi
ddV-ThaLaJl subscription,, hyjransfr r of
said twelve millions of dollars authoriieu
lit be borrowed by the first section of this
act..lv.:i :.':..-..... .'.... -...v..; -
Sec. 4. Jnd be it further enacted. That,
for the whole pr any part of sny sum,
which Shall be thus subscribed, credits
shall be entered to the respective subscn
bers,'who shall be entitled to a certificate
or "certificates, purporting that the Uni
ted State' 'owe to the holderor tioroera
thereof, his, her,' or their assigns, a sum
to be expressed therein, eqiul to the
amount of the principal stock thus sub
scribed, besring an interest not exceeding
four and one half ner centum, per annum
fvnaakl nllirtr rlw. from 'the thirty -first
day of December, one thousand eight I
the same manner aa is provided by law
for the transfer or the atock subscribed,
aiul nhiect to ' redemntloh, at the pleasure
of the United StatS.axfollows .one-half
at any time after the thirty first day of
December, one thousand etgnt nunureu
and twenty-eight, and the remainder at
any ume after the thirty first day of De
cember.in the year one" thousamr eight
hundred and twenty-nine t Provided 1 hit
lor the whole amount of such new certifi--t.
nor until after at least six months'
public notice of such intended reimburse
ment. And it shall be the duty bf the
Secretary of the .Treasury to cause to
be fe-rransferred to the respective sub-
i . . u
irinfn nrinnn in amount ui 1110 m" i
cates of four and one-half per cent, stock
issued to them respectively.
-iJCV" -9 wi.nu as jij' - -, --
Sec.-5.wfti be H further enacted, l nat
.4assS.siKl.''Vf.', I'-?-' t"j.Li.i.-.-..ii.ijr.
been, and now are pledged by law for the
payment of the 4nteresf,3nd:.br the re
demption and reimbursement of th? stock
which may be redeemed or reimbursed
by virtue of the provisions of this act,
shall remain pledged in like manner for
the-ptyment 0f the interest accruing on
the" stock created by reason of such sub
scription, and for the redemption or re-
Imliursem'enlef the prifir Ipalof the same
And it shall be the duiv of ika. t
sloners of the Sinking Fund, to csuse l J
tf applied and p.ld, out of Use said fund
jaarif, arm every, ytir, men sum and
sumt as may be annually required lo dit
esrg the inlcrcsl accruing on (he stoc k
kick May be r.i4 y alt toe T (M
act, ; The isid, Commissiootrs are alto
hereby Mtboriced to Bpily, front lime te
umc, tucn sum and sums out of tK .l.i
fund, as they may think proper, towards
reoryming.Df pgrthasf.orfey rtlfiltHjrM
mcnt, in conformity with tha i,raiJ..
- .i.i. . - r--
u, inn aci, me princ ip.i or the said stock
and such part of the annual sum l i...
million of dollar., tested by law In the
saw iimmitsUmert, as may be necessa
ry and required lor the al'..
.k.n i.. -, , . 7 r-r .
"nu onunue appropriated to the
parrnen ol interest and re.tr million i.f
tiim h..lili J-l.. . . I
. j.i. ucwT, until ma whole ol the
atock ich m.v be crralrd uml.r ih.
provisions of this act. shall hi. ...
deemed or reimbursed.
Sec. . And be it further enacted. Thai
nothing in this act shall be construed in
nv wise lo alter, abiidge.or impair the
right of those crtdTiora (if lha I'n'if
States who ahatl not subscribe to the
loan opied by virtue of tfut act.
n .BMjfn, Almnh 34, tilt.
An Art td su'hvnat the KrjptrrT crpiwiR",
and l.lrene to he t'l in lha wnn of Uie
President or aecetary of an Incorporated
Company, ooning i Ut sm b-t or vtael.
11 A' it enarted v the Senate and tUuo
II Hrfirttmtti'tvri of the United Statei
of America in Conrr,,, atiembled, 1 hat
.nmlmrA'.l and license! for steam boats
or vetselt, owned by any incorporated
company, may be issued in. the name of
the President or SecreUrjr ol tUCh lorn-
Darry? and lhat teth enrol menu and li
r ' ' . .. ... .- a-.-., a
crnses ahail aao., vaicu v
by a tale wy snare ocanarct oi any
stockholder or stock hiddcis, in audi Lorn-
Pnr- . .
Sec. 2. .in J he it further etiactrd, 1 nat
registers lor steam boats or vessels, ow
ned by any iocorporsted company, nuyj
be issued in the name of the Piesidetitor
Secretary of such Company; and that
such retistera shall not be vacated or at
fee ted by a tale of any share or shares of
sny stockholder or stockholders, in such
' 3tC3rjfwt brit further enorted. That,
of the President of Secretary of any tn'
corporated company, owning any steam
boat or vessel, a new register, or enrol
ment and license, as the case may be,
shall be taken out for such steam boat or
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted. That,
previously to granting a register, or en
rolment and license, for any steam boat
or vessel, owned by any Company, the
President or Secretary of such Company
shall swear or affirm as to the ownership
of" sdeh ' stesm-bosror yesselr by-such
Company, wTnTiiUrofflgmfmythe Tramt
of the persons composing such Compa
ny; which oath or affirmation, Shall be
deemed sufficient, without redulrtng'the
oath or affirmation of any other person
interested or concerned in such steam
boat or vessel.
Sec. I. An4 be ft further enacted, That,
before granting a register for any steam
1oat ofTeaswl to w ne4.br, any; itworppi
rsted company, the President or Secreta
ry thereof, ahall .
the best of his knowledge and belief, no
part of such steam boat or vessel has
been, or is then, owned by any foreigner
Approved. March 3, 18C5.
raon rat' KEWr xTroiswV raaMtn'a ateawac
February. Keep on sledding wood
till y6i have got a pile just 99 times
as big as the Sea-Serpcnt. There are
but few things more vexatious than
to be obliged to tackle your team in
the hurry of haying, or harvesting, in
order to "sneak home a grren tree top
for fuel, which wonV after all. burn
much better thnt an ice island. The
cultivator who euffcTOammtTtotome
'about not having n good store of dry
wood under cover, may rank with him
whose pork barrel is as empty as the
head of a dandy- If you do not intend
that your wife, daughters, ,C7tx
be .aMt, litirj,,,oLc
mounts, and snap at you like a hemlock
back-loffvou will split and pile away
tome elegant biUess (not- billetdoux)
i . , ,.
lamb a few rcs; 16Tr:cjt
heart "! turnips at this season, it is said,
will Uj urel iheam;: Either keep
your ptock well, or K'ofaUhem
head, sell their hides, and tike a cruise
to the Ohio country, for the purpose,
of peddling wr. Jcil nutmegs, and oth
f r vankce notions. , '
ffATtwAt. TM.tcr Mocitrr.
Aranc mcnts art nosy mAhg It
Me w.York for th f .rmaiino of a Na
tional Iran Sw;ict), to h located in
that city anJ the oianigrrs r jpect to
obtaia hou f-ir the Society, en the
plan nf thcho iC of lie Amrrirsn Hi.
WeJSocieiv, .itTU Com m ttee' w
pwinutlja ibjuiff lAtotU euljetL, re
IMrted, that six printini nrcssM. at
least, are now krpt in consunt r anploy
bv the Tratr Sodrtlfl bf the country
that thrir operations in general are
eitcndiogj and that if they were all
united in a National JostituJan, enjoy
inr the local advantages' that citv. free
of rent, a'nd of course able to furnish
supplies of Tracts at a very cheap rate,
a muih larger number of printing
presses, and a number little If any lest
than the number now employed hv
the American Bible Society. wilL
doubtless, with the Divine blessing, be
brought into constant anion. The
American Tract Society, at Botton,
at already cridutly contemplated
reeling a house in that city, for a
supply ef the country with Traeti.
ul Ke vm doubt, that New
v -a - it ..,..
civc the National Society Convenient .
j . .1.- : tt -
accommcKiaiionst me iwviciy
ton will relinquish her design, and
receive her supplies of Tracts from the
Society in New-York." 1 if cost oi a
ot and house is estimated at JS20,0OO.
Of thit sum, upwards ol 12,OOU
have been subscribed, snd a commitieer
has' Wen appointrd tn aoltcit further
aubacripnooa. I'ttvtJtnct uaz
. , It is. proved by many observations,
that the Uvtlof theVa m"ut have been
at aome ancient prriod, higher than it
is at preset t. This can be easily ac
counted for, if we consider that water
heated must be more expanded than
the aflid earth. If we suppose, with
Moot, de la Plait, that the averag
depth of the aea is 96,000 feet, ami
assume the dilation of the earth to bo
equal to that of glass, we find that at at
temperature of aOfl.niigTs- ,J?e
present, that it vroufd Vovef-ISoIt of
tne secondarr mountains. ThemelteJ
masses shrink during their cooling.
If this happens in large masses, cavw
ties garnished with crystals mult re-
Partley If after having bruised
some sprigs of Parsley in your hands,
you attempt to rinse glasses, they will
snap or auddenly brek.
Tondon saner of March-14, says,;
General !. Fayette has sent from Ameri
ca to the Committee in London, appointt .
ed to manage the sub?criptiohs for tho
Foreign Refugees, the following sum j
200 dollars for nalives of France, 200
dollars for Spaniards, and 200 dollars for
An Act to establish the city of lludon and. the
city ol I roy, in tue rate or new Tort, now
doinham, In the state of Maine, and l ai'port,
in the state of Ohio, ports of delivery, Slid to
abolish Ti paham as a port of delivery.
BR tt enacted bu the Senate and lloutr of
Kefiretrntotivrt of the United Statet
r,f America in Congreu attemblrd. That
the city of Hudson, and the city of Troy,
iri the state of New-Yorkflfewdoinbam,
in the district of, Bath, in the state of
Maine, and Fairport, In the district of
Cuyahoga, in the state of Ohio, be, and
the sarna are hereby, severally, made a
port of delivery.-
Sec. 2. And be itfurthtt enacted, That
the port of delivery established at Top
sham, in ibe state of Maine, be, and, the.
tame is hereby, abolished.
An Act authorizing the establishment of a Navy
Yard nd Depot, on1 the cosrt of Florida, in
the Gulf of Mexico.
BE it enacted by the Senate and Houte of
Betiretentativtt of the United Statet:
jerJca j CongretieMtrdyhtt
iha President of the United Statoa be, ana
h ia hereby, authorued loeiecr-jnor
purchase a aite for a Navy Yard and De
pot, on tbe coast ef Florida', in the Gulf
of Mexico, and to erext-uch buildings,
he may judge necessary for the accortf-
modatTon and Supply of V' s,,,e'
mseJs,of. wr jn that quarter; and that
the sum of one hundred "Thousand dollar
be appropriated for effecting that object,
out of any moneys in. the Treasury, not
.Approved, March i,