jfm. .r f tl l r CtnjHHti , J
rr ' ' " ri'-t ' ? f ,nM, w4
. YVnif'iTr ,"" f T "f WtyfW kM
1. lai". S frPr WI Ik li.r.itltftai4, n t U 4Uar
'" mu rmtk '! iV kiIuH'4 l'fjritf. r matt
- A U KWn a44Hw4 W (M S4.l.r, Uf Wf , M
rtJ' l". t
Lavi lA United' Sditej. filtitil tit tKe 'ie'eowt
,.- . . .. , i . .
iirMiiH.J .- -.
4n Act o utfior. the Citizcin of the Territo.
Hr of Arkansas and Florida . elect their of.
r fleer, nd f jr other pnrpfwei, .
. fl rnartfd Aij Jhe Senate and Iluune
p'Refirttrntativei cf tit Vni'rd Statet o
Jutrica, in Longrru auembled J h a the
citizen of the ' Ten Lory of Ark4n.i,
qtiliSed to vote, shall unifer $urh rrjjulj
rton ih LfRtsltturtf of sjiil Trriov
inav prfwiibc'f. elect their officers, Civil
and Miliary, exrept u:h b the law
of lonjjfcn, now in iorce;are to tc ip j
poitiied by the rrendcn: tjl the Untcd
Sta'e ; and except, nlno, Jutice of tlw
Peace, Ati-Jiior and Trcsitrrtr for itl
enitory, who khatl be -tltonen Ujr joiri
Tote of both HoiMrs of the t-eisLlure, it
inch time, and f.- such term of servicet
M 'he kjid LeikUture, at hueit iimr,viid
for tuch .term of service, a taid Lejf-
.liuurt, shall .prescibev
t 2. Itilf ft her.t m! riXi at.:
'the 'crm of ertc, ,thc duties and
jxwers fres,-nd rftilt)(rent, of tb Of. j
fieer, Gitil and " MilJUrf ii crmicH fcy ;
--tbt. .citizens, ibill.. .be. 4rscribciL..bV-UicX.
Legislature, -aod the? shall be rorrirnis-
sioped b? the Governor of the TcrritTy
and subject to on removed frcvm fTiJC Trri
ture shall decUrc by '' All Ijwi now
in force, inconitiitc:): with the piovNioiit
cf this act, arc hereby receded. Thii
act shall tke (T ci(iCni and after the
firs' day of December, one thousjiid
ci?h hundred sd i wenty-ni.ie.
Sic. 3- .did be it further rr.actrr!. That
cverv bill thit shall huv pjssed 'thc J louse
of Ufpresentatives and the Lrjrisl ttive
Coun il of the Lei;tsa'ure of the Terri
torjr, shall before it become a law, be pre
sented to the Governor of said Territorv :
if he approve, hehall bin it, but if not, he'
anau uiurn it, wun rns oojecuone, to mat
House in whicb.it fhall have originated,'
--wbrhidl fnlr the otjjciiun fft.i?fce on
.-4beir. iuarnU. and pioceed.to . icxoaiklex
--TTTIrriheir itith eftMl;l?fafro"n,"tWov
IhlrJs "of that Houie shallree.Cto pjss
.iom to the iiibcr House i bv which It shll i
uc uuii.li: mill ws mm iin itic ui;ct-t
rtfew e he tttf fer,'rl. nnrtrif nnnrnvM I
come a law
n... ..n u..
ami an ilia iiii ii i i . i nr
; votev pf . both flousps.of ih-l,cgisliturV j
anan oe. (letcrmiivo cy.y?-is.tntl na s, an i
the names of the pt i mm voiiii for and j
again "tiie bTn'noan'Sc'cmcrcif oil "titi 1
ournal of each House ie-.pr rfivcly : ' A:ul ,
if any ui 1 shall not b.- rf-mrned liv the
Governor within three d.i? (Sunday cx
ccpted) after it shall huvc bren presented,
the same shall he a law, in like manner as
Jfhf had signed it, unless the Legislature,
by theif"adjournm:nt, prevrrtt its return,
in h d:b case it. shuliiutf Ja4i.
Sec. 4. -tnd be it furtkr enuctrdiTbdl
it r-iaM he iawfulfor the rjtnlificc toten
of the Territory of Florida to elect their
.Officer's, Civil and Mili'.ary. itusuch uuu
Der, and under such rules, regulations,
restrinions, and conditions ,(s are prescri
bed in the foregoing provisions in the two
first so:i.ins of "his .:!.
:ec. 5. 4nd be UJurihtr enacted. That
the members of the Legislative Council,
m the Territory of Florida, bull be dec- i
i ie qualified voters in the respective
S herein ifier design,!, ' V ,1.-
.s neieii alter UesignaU.., a. tl.c
tlrne provided b
camhii, t6 membtrs ; from the counties
oFWiiton and Wjshinir'on, one merhtx
from he county of Jackson, tvo members;
iroai the .
comny of fidi.leiti two mem
bers ; from the coutdv of Leon, iwomtti)'
hers j from, the . jpu.ii'ie ofJtfJeron..!
aoison, and IJamiHon, one incmbci ;
.?oni. the couniy. of Aadma.faae mem
!icri from the county- of Uuyal, one i
ffoth the county of Xassiu, one s from the
rann fWnmeoJfftTir'er iVlortrftetwie-f
irmbe: And 1 any nctiof Congress, or j
Wry, defining the limits of election dis
um. in the same, inconsistent with thej
roreoing provision, be, and they are
aerrbv, repealed ;
Sec. 6., Jlnd be it further enacted, That
.-ft shall be lawful for the Governor and
Msative Council, at any time hereaf
,er, 0 alter or arrange tKe rlistricta in
ach tnannei1 as toseeurt , asnear as may
De n equalitv f)f rnririulin fn aarh
hat the act of the Governor and Legis
Jjllve Cflncil, at any time hereafter, 'to
aitcr of arranee the Hl-sirieufn mrh nsn
er as'tp secure, as nar as may be, an
i rre; afouop in cttft district
f C . . AndM.il fa nirr enacted. That
ine utt ol the (. verno- nd hfjhlative
Councir of tbb TcfrjiorV of Florida,"- fix
111 Slid. Tan itnrV."!. nrt "h .m.' i.
ftclii, milMi iriii,.i,4i,iaSj
In Kriuliii.fJf T LlTail...M ... , . I" . I . 1 . .
hare been autriori?c! to do,' Under the
M;f iirf IVrrlrTTjr:
Approved i 21st Jan. 18-9.
."the TiiuuouuTnjifKi h ions
II-I. itunj th i sen
on in the cjiuitr
if Ijwmh i it Slihury,
n M'Hiiluyi, I'lieJajs,
and Wcinc.liy( at the
iantulion the late Dr.
;iit. MiMire, on Thur.
lill Trotafa . .. .1 u
N-riU.ftV',r !.,.. The acaton will
commence i . March, mid end tat An
l'iiM. Twelve D ilUr, ,e chi"ife! f.ir ilie
Meaarm, payable bv tuti dolUn before theaeaitin
fXirei J.ipht Dylan the leap; and Twenty
to!!;s to iiure. -'ofr I'.-digree and djicripticn
uf Aeronaut, ice handbill.
srmir.N l. fihiuand, .
nnru.rs i.. uf)vtus.
Feb. MlLAM- ..... lHr..tUt Auf.ly -. '
N. U. Great care will be taken XT, r fccr.
al satisftcrion , bat we citiMot b.ble fur nrci:
price, to.marci acnl fnim a tliatancc.
iN n)dcJ:att tcims.for
ruth ; or in credit.
A, ?y o' ajiprov. a paper, a ne,
'U'Tf f 'H "''!- Atr. Thine
CitoSSa ' do well ,o apply
- - - - -- k.,on, , it i, believed -o
favorable aT uppmtunity to procure one, i!f
Pot noon oiler again. KUl Hl) CltKSS.
IjlXrVsttgCft VUU l;UftCC!,
mudc bj S'timirl Lun Ur.
uiu! proc irt-d muic
rialaf.ir the purpose of Mr.
(andt'ra' earrviuw on the
hnir liite'inia. .1 t li
'Ki?t!$ ' .wines, I can inform the
" "v"": piibTic that VieV can be
iWJi.c4nhc"ibOJ'ij ctr.jbtishtDetit.io Unsotn?
perhnps is ndt' mrrptraed try nr in the rtate,
the publick i liiimHy auiiiiteil, will think,
fullv reciiy? I, and 1 'hink 1 can with safety say
theT work will he made aitTijfully'ilnjt limettfy ;
a be sold upon reasonable terms
- - r.i - .v.i. - , Tit
- ' o i
! Jl'diCr'i itti Clxk Mtikeri in,i Jan tlkrity
- fff A H LOT I F, N ilr -
rt3 T sVK j-tit rretivel an
i 11 aiticlis in their hue;
ijfi" Y"VJ ''ur'1 '''cy vk ill sell very
1 -w lor rash, or to punc
(Sv,'v r.' ' i'PsA 'td customers on a crt'd-
XT' A I! 1 A'a'chcs repaired, :nd war
ranted to perform well.
Jufi, 3A 18J3. 2.1
rjn'IF. subscriber has just
JaL rettirncd 'roin the
x 'i-tlt, with as geed an a
J '"iv e try;
'ii oiivcr'Hf arc,
as was ever otl'ered for ale in this places his
Jewelry is of tlw Ktet importations, and the
most fashionable and elegant kind to be had in
any ot the Northern Ctiea.: cieii'it (old and
Silver U'atchet,- plain Do
6tc. uc. And in a
;fow ,liivs "' tt'" rm:,ve a c,tPn!
men .Wii.iry GW. Also, all kinds of
1 ,r,r k epl C01ist:in,v on hand, or made to
hrti4 uoUcfi.,-.AUaf whidiwiUaold
before in "t'l'ii plac
The public arc re spectfuliy invited to call and
examine these rood; their richness elegance,
and cheapness cannot fail of pleasing thoie who
wish to Iniv
All kinds uf U'atcbe$ lieftwred, and warranted
to keen time : the shop is two doors below the
cmrrtou2cn"mTiirlree'fr RO BT: WTFT1
- Safoburu. .101 26. 1E28. 20
,00 tveves of iANl
FOR S.1LEI .....
Kiibtcriber vt ill sell two
fiiinifred i'nil twenfv fi've1tioti"
' -simd Acres of 1. AWv lvintrk-fJiei
wood in the tte or North Carolina, on the wa
ters of. Swannano, I'reacb . Board. Tuckas ge
ttulOctmaluftv Rivers. The healthiness of this
seotion of North Carolina is well known. The
Land is of a good oiality, and for grazing, sur
passed by none, even in the more western statea.
It lies generally in large bodies ; but will be sold
in quantities to suite the convenience of pur.
chasers, except one Tract Of fifty thousand
acres, lying on bj)thiidea of the French
Broad River,' parity in Buncombe and partly in
I lay wood countiti, on which large and rich
Batik .of ran fre have recently been discov
eyed. Terms will lie made accommodating, by
the airent, who mav ireucrally be found in Ash
villeW ' JAS. COOK, H.fent'
Vot.. I4A. 13)8. '-'fimtSfi
A nod Iroiix a man of fasWosr h 'a
;nort th.j.;-, mi, r
by the (J?nrul AnembW of North
Ifi-feeVtlf esfffih, da so'muSh ofihe Govehtor'
Mcriit rUtei to h BiU ilembert of
M'rVUntJ. II, int. Lminar.L M'npm'i,t .n.i
j. TU.. Joint' lect 'Committee, to bnm via
-ixlated tu the Uanki within t!ie Bute,
'- REPORT t
That In conaequence of various rumors
circulated, hA charges nude ajrainit the
I? L A .
aun, your commiiiee nave been In
dured to drrect their atiention and in
qulnci to severval points touchinj tho
conduct and situation ofihoie iifstitutlons
at .vartoui periods, and more particularly
hve endeavored lo ascertain, whether the
s'ock ofiheBnka his been paid for in
the manner, and at the lima prescribed
by their Charters; whethc U)cy have at
any time issued more piper, or contrac
ted larger debts than fiieir charters iii
thurizrd ; whether they have paid specie
on di-mand; whether they have dealt or
traded in any articres unauthorized by
charter ; whether they have exacted usu
rious interest j whether they hive pur-
f oased vp, ; or speculated In thcirown pa
' fssarily connected with these inquiries
lour committee .have bceri wisfied
from the evide nre adduced to them, that
the J i arwl 2d ntlmeofsf h stock or
tjjiiidlly bub'cribed forinibe State Bank
of Norio Cjrolini, were paid for in ipe
rie, and some smjll proportion of the 3rd
current ll.nk no-e, of the State. Thatfi.v? volumarTlvw tiy
.hi, fiPf lim.in .,.,,. fiPk, !.n i P4,f 8,1 '
his circumstance arose, Grit, (so far as
cgjrds the 4'ii instalment,) from the
impracticability of proctfringthe old pa
per currency of toe State, which, at that
time, was monopolised by the other two
Banks; and secondly, from 'he circum
stance that the Bank, hiving gone into
ope ra'ion, as required by its charter, after
a second instalment vn paid, and before
'lie thitd was due, and having issued its
own notes .to a lare amount, redeemable
on demand in specie, ms necessarily
compelled to consider those notes equiva
JeWjptaeAD as ucoccciTe.tbxnj
in jy mcnt..
Yotir- -r.ommiuee- - liowvr, - further
stale that at the same Xm When the
third instalment was due, there was io the
principal Bank at Raleigh a larger amount
in sp cie, than three fourths of the stock
siibscubed Tor a't that place by individuals
And I'm. .pttv-iojiiL Jsl i!l.etjm5.J hen t ficj
lourih instalment became hie, there ha I
been in "us vjults g 150,45 in specie,
whir!rMj()se(tlentlyr and be Tore- the 4ti
instulmcni was due. n reduced, by runs
upoh""t he BVok, -'ti Ti.itt) in specie, b?
sides SI 1,153 ir. pper currency of the
Stdtf. Tiia' had the whole capital sub
scribed bv individuals at the princi
pal Tanl; in luleigh oeen paia in specie
and paper currency, there ought then to
have been paid into the Hank 2814,000
in specie and paper currency.
'As to the manner ttt which subscrip
ti ns were paid for at the various branch
cs of this institution, yourvommittee have
h .id no direct evidence.
Your committee have no evidence ol
any time being prescribed for the pay
mcnt for stock different from that prescri
bed bv the charter.
It is further in evidedce before your
committee, that the whole stock of this
Bank was not subscribed for when the
books were originally opened : and that
by an act of Assembly, passed in the year
1811, the corporation was retired aga'n
1 0 open its. book foe bscptfori -to - fi Ir
up Ahc ynsu (
4240 shares, which ; it did in November,
1818 i and that these shares were paid
for in such notes as 7ere then currently
ihe Banks of the State were then consid
ered specie paying Banks, yc it appears
t haat the prlncif ''JrroTancTi"-brthg'"Staie-Eattk
tbre was at that lime 822,975,02
IQQ : in specie, ' while. the notes of that
Branch, in cirrulatlbh amuijt.d to the
sum of g 1. 1 83,677. ri -
As to the Bank of Newbern and Cape
roi nn ihia nni nt nf 1 nflll ITVa VOUT fOlTi
them. mat wnen moao mauiunuwa ni
wtent into operation, by virtue of. the cl
of 1804, the whole capital was paid in
specie. That when their capital was en
larged by the new charter granted in the
year 1814, the new stock was paid for in
the Bank notes of the State and other cur
which your committee haye directed
their attention whether any of the Banks
of this State have at any time issued mot e
notes, or contracted larger debts than
hev were'authorUed to do bv their char-
.ers? they report, it does not appear to
.our commjttee that either ot the nanKs
of this Slate have issued rnoTc ttrar. three
dcltari for ono of their chartered VaVitai
but that all the IWki bsv issued more
than three lu cme for eirery dollar itj spe
cie dually pa! jn for 'stock'.-.-- .
As to the next honirr. whebep h.
anki lJ4v pidaDecia.flO, demand. fo
rthetrnoteif yoor r.oramWee report, tut
oout ncrn states were drained of their p
cle In cormn4enceTf The hrtre TXtteAdl
ture of mohe at the Nurih, the Bmks of
.onit Viroiina, together with all the
Banks in the United States Sauth of the
Potomac, suspended specie payments, as
a necessary protection oHheir specie cap
ital i and that soon kfte'r the war, viz in
1115, 1816, or 1817, the Ranks of this
atate resumed the payment of specie, and
from that time did pay specie on demand
Tor their notes Until June 1813, when by
a joint resolution of the tlyee Banks il
was reiolved 0 rests the hesvy drafts
made upon their funds by brokers , and
they derlared, they would not Ihcnccfor
ward pay specie to -brokers or. their
agents That since it has been found
that brokers fompcl them to pay specie,
the Banks have in general paid brher
tjieir dealaausr sod have as generally re
fused p.yment of their notes to ciiU'ni
of ibe $laie not owiukt however, a is he !
lieved, to any. prefctenc wbicbibe Bihkl
enTeriilaTTdr BrbiTrs over citirm ; but
because the former, brine rapttdiM.
have it la their pof t cxrr them;
while, the latter, rat bet. ibii endure Jlir
law's delay, content bemselves with their
nwes, and forego their claim to specie.
That since thut pciiod, (June 1819)
though, in elLct, the Banks of the S:a c
' ' T T
were pefsisted in, specie, or funds deemed
equivalent to s;icric ; yet frequently those
demands have nn ecn met promptly;
and, in some ins'anccs, payments have
been made only through the coercion of
tjje law. It is, however, due from votir
commi'tee to at ate, as regards the Bank
ofCipe Tear, tlut that Bank, since the
early part of J muat y last, has promptly
paid, in specie or S;cie funds, nil dc
mands upon it ; and has bf en in letter
and in prjefice; 3 bona fide specie paying
dealt or traded in any articles unauthori
e1 oy r hartersr your conniimc re
port, no evidence his been brought before
them to sho'v thaf the Bank ot Newbern
has rvcf (Tcalt in any arti.le.'no' literally
mil sirioly iakhwc bended. in. its c bai ter
That both hi R,ik tf dpe Fear and the
Sntc rritrof PfwTT Ctrolrrra hare- pu
chase.l stock of (he Bai:k of the United
States l anlihc f irmer Bank js now owner
of a considerable atnou'tt of that stock-
That Said bank, were i.idtieetf to 'purchase'
tint stock, Met as a ready means of ac
quiring a fund at all timet eqUd to specie
and when, in fai t, specie ws not attaina
ble ; and secondly, because, in const
quence of the immense capital of the I'm-
ted States Hank, i' w4s.dremce' prud: nr I,Cll(,erstocki.ig, and jtistiTy all the prais
n I proper to afford facility in paying of,es ,ha( have becn so abundantfy bestowed
interest, without a profitable investment ! upon the graphic powers of our great
of their specie TunlTs, wouTd"pro3uc"e1iea; j rc Jn novcTiit .' ' " "
vv losses to those Ranks. The slock of
the United ?tatcs, on which regular divi
dends were itccived, sfforded not only a
specie fund, but one yielding a regular
profit Your committee aro satisfied,
these investments were contrary to char
ter, out wcr the result of tlw; situation
of the Banks, and the peculiar situation
of the country and the limes; and froui
rhrm, nvirh gool has resulted to the
Banks, and no harm to the country. v)o
this , head, it is further shown, that the
5uic Bank of..Nih- Caroliiu. ptirclHSi-dtt.r . j,,,, wJuch,e..Jcx.tLaimcdJ,,
cotton to a considerable Amount in Geor . h ,,.nre(U xul:a'io.nv DitPnt
gu. 1 n jt mese pure n-ases- were- buw
at a time when the Bank was, greatly, in
need of specie to meet the constant and
heavv demands made upon it, and when
... . . 1 1 .
Hiierip wa not attainable : and were made
for the purpose of placing funds in New
York which would be at all times equal to
On ihe inquiry, whether the Banks
haveexacted usurious interest your
committee report, they have evidence,
that the State Bank and Bank of Newbern
win to ' e
amount' of'ortberrV Funds for tfirir ow-f
notes, when their own notes were 6 pur
cent, below par ; 'and that the State Bank
has taken interest for 93 days on note
psyable 88 days afterdate. There is not
any evidence that the Bank of Cape fear
has ever taken more than legal interest.
Y.ir Committee further report, they
s uui r
irve--W- had any evidencelhit theJbaok-
of Kewbero has ever bougnt up, or spec
ulated in its own notes. , It has been prov
en to your committee, that the State Bank
of North Carolina ond the Bank of Ca;V
,Fear have, at difrercnt periods, purchased
their notes in the urtnern marsets 10
some extent. The State Ink to the
amtrtri! of $ , tri the
" '' " ' " i '
Bank ofCape Fear jojhe amount ofthit. ,.
these purchases w;re rpade at I jirount .
on their notei," .but alwayi 'at a higher "
price thin others would Rtve foftheml.V'"':r'
p6rpos nppi eclsilng th'tir "
t4 Uiviojj lhem ;reur txrrcbcy
r roro the whole lnresti?tion. inir
i.?.::'xv.9rji. aausueov tr-at Jurm;-MK
rears 1817, f8l8,and 1119, all th Bank
in North Carolina, ri common with almost
all the Banks in the United States, Issu
ed their paper' to an amount excecdinc
the limits of prudence That since their
euor has becoma manifest, from a ereic
anxiety to avoid oppressing their ?ebton,
they have not called in their dehta to the
extent they might hive dene ; but that
the ehY'tof that indulgence has been to
add greater security to the debis of tha
institutions, and to avoid much Individual
ruin and distress.
Your committee are further . eatisfied
that the condition of all the Bnk is now
Turh improved, and' that tha Bank nf '
Cape Fear has already become a bO04
1. I .--!- . n .
oay ipecic paying Ins.
Vour rommit'ee recomnifnd to tba
egialature 10 piss a law imnoiinr'a nen-
il'v 0 per cent; on all the Banks of this
Staterwhlchm y after" of : : "'r ::
or iucir noies.
. una, u- uutuM.li, Tlx, f , ,
Internal Improvement! ... .. The newly
elerted Hoard for Imemat Improvement
met at Fayetteville on Thursday Jat, and
closed their business on Saturday.
ing the works below Wilmington, and for
repairing the Ltnbsnkrdeni and Jettio
and also for opening the. River lo Jlay
wood- For wbiih purpose three lock
will be immediately erected at Burkhorr
Falls Chatham county.
Satisfactory evidence wis olio procur
ed, as directed by the Legislature, of the
sinking of certain Vesaels during the Ke
voluilot.aiy W.ir, in the shl channel be
low Wilmington, in order to prevent the
llnetm from deitruying the town, which.
it is or lie ved was ihe principal eatise of he
preenL.Vu; ructions in ti5..nivigiionji .
the Rivflr-This ''tetitofir wlfl ;bW;Tt;-r-mcdia'cly
trnnsmit:cd to our Sena'ors ira
tr,TrfTCT,;BTiri srrtt oe tm mt-nnsi ttis cnn;
Gdcmly expected, of obtainiug-ou appro
pcit ion from that Iwxlk- infvoraif ibesu
lVorks. Itateigh ll'fitter, 0th intt.
TFrm the Savannah Qrorgiatui
ThrtTE is rrr f;vonTcsrrTrrn Termcsseej
a membir yclept David Crocket, wlu...i.
one afihe."diiisof the day." and- con--tributes
much to the amuseen.t....p(jl,h.o.
rashionahie worlJ. In a word, be was
bred a Hunter ; and though transferred
by the voice of his fellow citizens from
his cabin in the 44 wild wood" to a scat in
the Federal Capitol, yet does erry ac
tion even there betray bis relationship to
. We understand, thai upon bis first visit:
to the MeiMgeric, (caravan of wil l beiits)
his attention was so much struck bv tho
appearance of the noble Monarch of the
Foret as to cause him to express a des
ire for a single combat with the animal
To the keeper's remonstrance, the Ten
nessean replied that he could '"kill either
of ihe varments in the room with one cut
of hi eye;" aid, whilst the qonvoran'ioni
was pending, a female Panther that hail
fnr some time actually breathcJ
Iictl urju tow !.' b and ij It um't to.
Ihofie Inwj ted-r ! ! !
At another time, Crocket was asked by
in io'imair' if he did not think that Dan-
UyJjcK tun noi loo iikc a piruiuia.r
friend to whom he was very much attach
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fiut q pair of 'tjiectactes onjiim, he vritt thcrt
be for all the world the 1 ernctTmae of That"
talking man from Ou' (John C Wright,
whouu upni durning around, lie wa at .
his elbow. Tiiis intticerl him tor.ontin.
ue rI,.didn( Jcnw ihe qenUcmai vtat
HeaKMttfh' orHt Manicv.ipttnti iati-
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faetiW IM gtvr tt creitheri'-pr J-ftV
them bull; on a footing.
Prom an 1 aglish Taper.
Remirkable Occur renfe. ...... About
mid lay- on Satu'd-iy week, as William
Ilntjinsjn, he manager of fie gas
wrki. at-Mestrs. Wilkinson a fac
tory, near Chorley, was bnit to fitoti
a gis cotk iis one of the apartments,
he was suldetilv struck d.wn by the
'powerful efflivium emitted from ths
(pipe, and died almost immediately.
JTue drceaied was perfectly well sx
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