r . .
f t1U -.'i
Mouthy Y tinted.
TOTICF, it herrl.y plven, that the Note Hi!
INl 0xk Aecwi.it 1i f.trt AUtojon, previ
Oat to the 18th May !, tuve been irwd (0
me, et Truite, (ur collection, He. AB penoni
- iUell4 la biin ire hereby requeued to tl
4 pX the Same before the lt of Jul next,
t lb unpaid on that day will be Injitcrimi.
plaeJ in ilia hand of an officer for col.
Action. Tbe equation of bis butine will admit
rtf no further toduVcace.' -
- 5 AM U REEVES, I'm,
milE subscriber hu just
fiorifi, V3h if f4 M a
eswaicer offered for talc in this place i hit
Jewelry W of the latest imperUl'ions, and the
rnoet fashionable end elegant kind to be hid in
any of the Northern Cilice i clennt piU end
Filver lTatke$t plain Uo.$ lie lie. And in t
few dart, he will receive a very elersnt awort.
went of M&tarf Cd. Abo, all kindt of &U
txr-florr, kept constantly on hind, or made to
order on abort notice. All of which will be Mid
' lower than euch goodi vere ever disposed of j
before In thie place. . j
' The public are respectful! invited to call end '
Diamine then gondii their richness, define, '
and ehespnete, cannot fail of pleasing thote who '
with to buy.
AO kinds of rror et Repatrtd. end warranted
io Keep time i
MaiiMtreet ROIT .WYNNE,
E-i:7me?rVSlWed an JJceHent
, who will in future be eonetanlly In my
-?!rr--Shopr thwt tW to ptwniimB;
V my fine Of boti neat, need "be under no pprw -
, heiUia conttquerxe of my oecionJl ib.
tence. R. WYNNE.
T9 ttiU in operation, from
Lineolnton, N. C. to
Bean'i Station, Tenneeieet
wbjcd U the atwrtett roete from UalHrh tr
Knoiville, as will felly appear a eaamination
of the foflowinr detancea, mi
TrddnuWfh Mmvr- - in mRea."
Trom thence to Morranton,
Trom thence to AahviHe,
From rbence to Wirm Sprinp,
Krmn thence to Newport,
Io all, to Newport, where thie
linw interarcti the other.
Trivellera from the aAUth of Kaleirh. and in
ike f.cir.hborhood of Fayettevilie, will find it
Tnoch the preferable and ihortett route for them
to travel to Knoivitle, or that lection of coon
try. That part of thia line front Aihville to
Wana Sprinp, piwea over a new and elegant
Tempiee Road, t untune; the whole diatance on
- the bluff of the rivevanimlinj; to the traveller
the moot romantie, picturtujue end pleaainf
iew imarinabW ' - '.
rr:fnThe fjjje Knee from Columbia, 8. C. and Tay
IT'letlevin, l, C; intersect this line et Lineolnton -
t&e line from Auruata, Geo. intenecta it at Ah-
tillet and the line from Lexing-lon, Kentucky,
iateriecti h at Newport. Thut it will be. a- en
that IkoiUliea are aOorded for trarelfcrt to reach-f-
. any lection of the United Stateit end the aub.
acrtber hopei luch manifeet advantaeei, will I
ciurs uia um uiiuvri ui uiacriiiunaiinir
Aftrfonfm, Jf. C. Martk 35. 1829. 3mt75
" TV11, Ad to theif advaotace, to itop at
If - the jrjtw.rr4 where. every eon
venience le provided for Man and florae, to make
them comfortable, at the moderate charge of 25
eenti a day and night, for the privilege of the
Yard, the uee of 'a good house, fire, water, and
hclter. Attached to the Yard, are a Grocery
and Provision Store, Bread Shop and Confec
tionary, and a Home for Boarders and Lodgen,
in a plain, cheap, wholeiome and comfort
able Hyle AftyettmVk, f ti Jpnl, 1828. 09
THE THOROUGH BRED HORSE
WILL etand thia era.
on in the eountiei
of Rowan and- Cabarrue t
commencing the week in
Saliaburv. on " Mondavi.
Tueadiy," and Wednea. -day
1 1 in the town of Con j
cord on Thuradiva. Pri.
-Mtv.oAV dtya, and Stturdtyt. The
aetton will commence ibe lit of March, and end
lit Arige. TweUt Dollari will bo charged for
- the Kaaoo, payable by ten dullan before the tea
i eon expire! i Eight DoKare the leap j andTwen
tioa of Aeronaut, lee handbilli.
: ' "STEP HEN" XT TERR AND" "
Fttt. 12AV1829t 544lif .J
N. 3. Qreatcare will be taken togive geiier.
1 al litisftcrton but we cannot be liable forsrrrV
.4tmlfcCmi.o wjll be furnished, at the market
pice, to marci if nt from a giitanccT
Stoti tf JV trth-CartUna, Mttkltnburg count :
St'FERIOR -Court of Law, May term; ;829 1
Berry Steward tw. Hariett Steward i peti.
tion. for 4iyoJCCv tKU cfi.,Qr(lerejd hvabe,
.- court, that publication be made for. three months
in the weatern v-troiiman and Tagkin and C.
r tawba Journal surceuively, that the defendant
-,mtT.. be and appefSA to be
7 Zr1 beMvfpTHjhenty-Me
Court-Itouie in CharldUe, oa' the J6th Monday
.w, . . ier the fourth Mwday In September next, and
plead or aniwer to the plantifTi petition, or the
Same will be heard exparte. - Witnen Rami.
Ilenderaon, Clerk of our aaid Court, at office, the
. f th Monday after the 4tb in March, 1829.
3mtS3 .BAMIn HENDERSON, e. m. t. c. t
. State f Xorih'Cwiliita,Jf fckUnburf ctuntp t
St PERIOR Court of Law, May term, if t
: Robert Bigham tw. Miry Bigham j petition
for divorce. :; Ordered by court, that publication
be made for three montbi lucceajvely in the
- Werern Carolinian and Raleigh Star, that the
; defendentbo and appear it the nest euperior
court of law to be held for the county of Meek.
, lenburg, at the court boute in Charlotte, on the -
6th Monday afterthe 4th Monday in September
. : next, and plead or aniwer to Ibe plantifTi peti.
turn, or the tame wilt be heard expirte. Wit
7 Saml Ilendereon, Clerk of laid Court, at
i . i ofl5 the 7th Monday after the 4th in March
-ZWpr'MxU 6AM. UENDEJlSOrfem, t, ,
trtaii doaiAs, Cka tioota
rniHK luWiber is now receivirr iod open
iL Injj at hi Sitn in Salitturf, l'g nwrt
Spring and Sammrr GOOUh,
ConTamii almort etery erticte utually to b
found In Morel bwrdl f-e end aeWrted
by hiouelf, with cere, id b:ladlphU ind New
I1ie PubKe era enured they will fift'j
ifpli, end e fc ftr ttuk m any in the piec,
or otbervmei wweecowtodaiing UnMTbfJ
areJnVited to calt, eiamwe and Kldre Mihtn
iJelrei . JOIW wiKrui,
VTA9 jnM recciicu, aiiJ uened tt hit Store
in Saliibury, a larre and bandeome aeturt'
. Spring and Summer GOODS;
Abo, Groceries, Herd ware, Cutlery, fitted Were,
lUta. and Hitter' Triaminrt, Crock
, 5 -
ery, a good afcrtment v 0,Unf
;i.Mb, ahoee, Bonneta,rwV
ed every article tuuaJ!; U--
a4i joetoree. '
j at can be bad In the place, for rA, or
T r (1 nri a- eVFiSii f ritT?
' . XUCUOn
m aapa to Aoctton, the baknee e
I WILL eipoae to Auction, the baknee of .he
&tk CMdt of E. Allemonr. on the 13th
y of the Elec-
I met - . R J I Ai 1.1 A Kill. II l.t
W w Bp ntm r wv ivii
i Se&tbwrm,Jmu liiK wir9.
A. TnttRF.NPP. A. Pn.
ipr AVE now the utiafaction of informinr the
M ,.t k. ,Kf k.i.
-f .uOOOTJS vrrw et,n.umtw
. : . .
en mat a wetter lelecteU aaaortment of Uooda,
aa it regard etyle, faahion, or pricea, hai never
been ofi'cred ia thia market t conaitting of,
' Btk. BluS and Olive Clothe
Do." m Cawiimerea
Laeiingi and Circaniana
5"i French BombuiaeS '
Bombtietta Cotton Caatimerei
Union Drill Urown French Drilling
Eniih mi I'd Do.
Blk. etriped latteen
, 4-4 mii'd camblet (a taperior article)
i. a.lc.tnd 64. Uomettic. Brown
- -tt tt - Do. Bleached
"iSopertor Cotton Shirtinga.
;7-8, end 44, Bed Tick ;
"UJ 44 Apron chetkt ZZ:
Puttie Sheeting! and Drillings .
Oineburghi and Ticklenburgba
"-Yerf fine Iriih Ltnena
'JCptiX- vtriety of Calicoea
Linen Cambrica Long Lawm
- riaio and Tamb'd Book Mutlin
4-4, and 6-4 Fijrd. Leno
Jaconet and Mull UiuHa
-ijW'hitt bordered . Cravati
. Swwe lo.
- lta&an." Do. (a superior article)
Centoa and Nankin Crapes
Oroa Do. - F.te. Robea - " -
Cord. roa De Nap r -
Batiase Drenei t
Italian and China Silks
Silk Shawli and Ilkfa.
Wite and blk. Silk Stocking
itoy and mil a socks.
And all other article of Dry Goods that are usu-
ally in demand in this community
A complete assortment of ( ,
; : Nardmart, Pfofrd-were, and Saddlery
Boots, 8hoes,'and Leg
horns t Whips, Canes,
and Umbrella i Muff
and. Spaniah-SegaA 1
China, Glau, and Earthen H 'art
"".l J An extensive aswrt
.Ui I Went of Crveerie. at
t f I every detcription i al
, li' an anortment of
All of which tbev offer very low for coA, at
wholesale or retail ' )
f.. otj tooo n I
- .f, . V. - . ... .. u
hut have nlentv tn aimnlv all who mav nl-asct .
tooaUoo u.- A. TORRENCE St Co. t
Live Rattle Snaleal "of CtC"'"f'
Will be taken in exchange for
Sugar, Coffee, "'
Shot. Powder. '
Moliuscsj '- Nails, - --
Roap, Paper, -v-
Indigo, or caih.
1.WAV1N0 removed bis Medical
MM. ilttabliihment to the retidence
ii 'i.Lamb To & r. Sen. seven and
a Half miles from Mocksville, oa the
main road leadintr from that town to
lluh.eilei and having hud in a new supply of
urniriHro t .1. "if. r
gvnumn vtvmbO, will SllCOU 10 IBO CS"l 01,
rstienu ss heretofore.
. He hereby inform his friends, and employers,
that owing to his um and protracted illness, it
his been impotmble for bim to eall on them,
pemnatty, w:th a view of making collections,
or settlements. Such will now be immediately
necesssry i and all those indebted to him by
bonds, judgments, or book accounts, VtU please
avail themselves of. this notification, with the
tout potdble delay j otherwise they will find
their respective account! in the bands of officers
for collection.. , f t72 .
I, im, ka rt lk ' Mr
WHO LOVilS ME It&tt
-. Frm iltptnUnttt if Mitt Brrwnt.
Who lorn me bed f my mother iweet,
Whote erery look with lore recite,
Who bcU me en Inftnt on her knee, '
Who bih eve witciitd me tciulcrly
And yt I tit ttird 0f mother ley,
11at aU ome time muU cite eway i
Who then lhall ehleld no from earthly ill i
Rome erne, murt lory me better Jl I
tVho Ijvci me beat my lathe deaf,
Who tovethto have me alwayi tu.
If tlflnj Iff wetti y towrVr'w
tVben piJied eway fe the noontide beat, ,
tVko freni thabank where the an beam Dei
Orinpy me the wild wood Uiwberriee' i
Oh he W deer ee my mother to me,
Cut be will perlih eve ai ebe.
-. j .' -
Who loe me bett my aitter fur.
With her Uuehlnr eyei and dutterinr hair,
Who flewere around my head ioth twine.
Who prcitetb ber roeylipe to mine,
Who ainretb me eonra in ber artlm rice,
Can any me better than' ibr 1 ;
Yet when atked. that aleter eonfevt
Of ell ehe did aot love me the beet f
i nu ioca wis wi. bit , . . , ,
J vviih hit healthy cheek and hli fiipinf tonpi
Who nrheth to lead me la merry play
Tar down the rreea woed'e bwty ey. :
Who oee me bett, my brother younr t
! Who ihoweth me where the haael mite fw,
And wherw the faireet field flowers blow r :
me no more maa tne res
to n..h.Ji 1 who lovee me bett t
My mother lovre me, but the may. die i
My white dove lovei me, but it may fly i
afv r.tKfr IntM nu ha may be chanred.
I have beard of br ithere and eUura eranfed,
If they ahotttd lbrttkf )bo whit ahooU I do,
Where should I btir my tJ heart W -:
Some one eurely would bo my etay- . -Some
oca mutt love me bet ter than they.
Yet, fair ehifd, thrre W one above,-
Who level thee with an unchangeable love;
He who formed thoee frail dear tnirjr,.
To which tby younr heart fondly diora
Even tbourh allibould fonake thee. Mill
. . .1 .1 a. fll
JV JS? JJ ttJ iU'
U not such love worth aU the reel,
Child it is COD who lovee thee beet.
" " From the Fannere Mueum.)
. Scene at fFiwAiij, Mvxh 4, 1829.
taa rami or e. a w.
" When i ebafl we 3 rule aain,
Wheo ahall we 3 ru'e again I
" Long I fear will aeaioni roll,
Long will Jackaoa bere controul
Long the Democrata mutt reign.
Ere we three can rule again,"
Calmly to thy fate reiirn
Double damninr. 0 1 .It rn'm
- Long I've cater'd with the great
T raiie me to the chair of State ;
But the alruggle'e all in vain,
If we three ne'er rule agwiw"-
Wv Diyg will pais and yean roll on
Youtha rro old turo gray be one
rT. "attona rw and nationa falL" -
lungi ana eceptree, uironra ana au. :
LongtiintMie, wul barelaia..
Ere ve three eta rule again t
A. Then farewell my truify frend
"Our eiertTonaViimi andVndaT
- --AH mutt bere, among our eoea,
Come toan eternal cloae ..,.. .
For if Freemen firm remain,
Ne'er ahall we three rule again!
Adama, Clay and WeUter.J
' TAUGHT AND FED.
Upon noma hasty errand Tom was tent.
And met bit pamh curate as he went i
But, jutt like what he waa. a torn clown,
It eeemed he pined him with a corrr'd crown
The gown maa atopp'd, and turning, sternly
1 til jlmiKt trim lot vnnM fca INIHII taiivht thin
fed!" ' ' t "
Why, ay !? nyi Tom, still jogging on, " that1
Thank God f A feeds me but ! am taught by
" Tv read yOurrtf poetic scroll,
And on its merit judgment paat'd
WJiat is that judgment " On my soul !
I think it ought to be your latl .
taow m eaass.
Of all bad things with which our race is curs d,
bedeem'd the wontl
my;ismuisj . . . ,
PATRICK HENRYS OPINION OF DES1M
j- Pitrtci; ffcnryofVirginiat was one
of the most decisive and bold patriots
of the Tevolutiom In-bis life written
by Mr. Wirt is the following letter to
ms aaugmer ., ....... ,
The view which the nstog great
oess of Our country presents to my
eJe9 is-creatly tarnished by a genera
prevalence of deism i wnicn, with me,
praviiy.-; ; I. am.' however, mucb con.
soled by reflecting, that the religon of
Christ has, from its first appearance in
the world, been attacked m vain, by
all the wits, philosophers, and wise
ones, aided by every power of man,
and its triumph has been complete.
What is there ia the wit. , or wisdom
of the present deistical writers or pro
fessors, that can compare them with
Hume, Shaftesbury, fiolingbroke and
others I and yet these have been con
futed, and their fame is decaying t in
so much, that the puny efforts of Paine
are thrown in to prop their tottering
fabric, whose foundation cannot stand
l!.e (est cf time. Atnc&gnt ctlier
ttraogc thiot laid cf me, I hear it !
aid by the deista that I am pne cf the
number and, indeed some good peo-
pie think that I am no Chriitiaa. This
thought fives me much more pain thea
the sppeltatioo of tombecsuse I think
religion of infinitely higher importance
than politics and I find much cauie
to reproach myself, that I bare lived
so lour, and have glvea no . decided
proofs f my being a christian. But,
Indeed, my dear child, this is t char-
acter which, I prize faraWe all ths
world hat or can boast, ' And amongst
li.th&hindymCJJWm I pear said
you, what gives me the greatest plea- arrive at loe wum, aa ignoriacer
anre it.. ta K mid nf voiir nietv enrll ' ' i.
r - j-- ,
stesdy irtue. lie assured , there
hear you spoken of as vou are. ,
"Prrhapa Mr. Ilnane and Anne
may have" heard the reports you men.
turn. , If it will be any object with
them to see what I write vou. show
l .t.t. . t... !.U 1. .
kicui uii. itv mj wiiu ii w
the rest tt my days, as much as may
be. unobserved br the critics of the
world,"who would ahew butlittle sym-
pathy far the deficiencies to which old
aire fa ao liable.' Maw God bless wou.
ray dear Betsey,' and your children.
Give my lore to Mr.'Aytett.'vand be
liev me ever your afectionateatber,
.... ' "V ut. HENKT."
Dar Ionian JVajmcencr. In
account of the funeral of the late King
of Madagascar, we hod the following
w - ...... .
passages ,'.... .
aoe time, at to diaposjtton or char, i-aays, nooooy is coui every lace is
in which mr parental affection " req is a occi, anu every man s oiooa
yoa would suffers wish lor vou hot enough to boil an egg. Whsf
10-inf and it flattera mw nrtde to W be done f Wnrlmit keep Yocr
"The tomb was constructed atilhrtbrand, ; A utile bread, (nd, if you
small diitaoce from the caufalque,
and according to the usual custom
as gold and silver vases, crystals, and
porcelains, valuable fowling guns, pow
der flask, magoificrnt arms, trinkets,
watches, clocks, cloths, and linens i
and the portraits of L uts XVI.. Louis
XVII.. of George IV., of Bonaparte,
01 f reueriCK me ureal, 10 oit tuiure,
were enclosed therein, as well as sev-
eral engravings of Nap"leoo, Klcber,
dotte, Eugene,. Beauharnois, Ponia -
towski. tt c and other. engravings,
several of which were colored repre
ienting' vie w i Id Europe, and land and
sea baides irainedbv France, and from
the beginning ofTQie'lltvolatiou to thel
fall of the Eraoeirof Napoleon." " Td I
these were added" B 1 50,000 in -gold
and silver coins and Rgjo' olore mix a little brandy for a good
the fine hweYecTlnTataWe
000 oxen, wrre tnen sacrincea iodine
mines of the 'XioKr:i1)eMrotTerJ
iogs were -estimated at a um-4otal
r-irv--- . - ...i. j.I
fcJ5U,tAA, inciuamg we cornuf maaci
ol 14,000 ispanisn trouarsr- 1 nis con
. . . L Ml
fin was eight feet long and four and a
half feet high and broad, and about
nearly a line in thickness.
- . .
A writer in the Richmond Enqvi-
rer. with the signature Agricola, says :
"I now. from a small spot of poor
ground. raise the greatest profusion
otmclons,.whereas, unliL lately,. I
could n..t raise enough on four or Sve
time the tame -oace of r ch and. I
die souaTe-hnlea ten feet apart, each
.v fnr rr mrlnm. nr about f?iiTenTlasTbefoTrthetableis set. The
feet for musk-melons i for the first,
two feet deep, for the last, eighteen
Inches deep and eighteen inches wide,
Th rnnr run hiir a hnrt Hiatance in
horizontal direction, but striking
- - - - - - - i
from the effects f drought i and .by
filline the-holea Jialf full of manure,
and by finishing them to a few inches
tararaTfFfarit ii.l. m ' mittWfl'
manure and soil, orwhich is better, a
composition of vegetables, and other
substances,' commonly to be met with, oea eariy leave your , wjaoys yji
rminrl rir hoMii anrl niv nen ' a the free, pure air oever harms any
depth of soil, of fine and light tilth is
formed. I have not attempted to raise
nmtint-in. in thi v ' hnt ktv nn
au i .
(observes the Compiler) that the Cian
herriea are (fathered in the1 Eastern
HratM frrirn marshes and awamna.
But an experiment has been tried in
Rochester, N Y. -which , shows how
Ms'.lw it mar thrive unon traasolanta-
tion. tsome ot the shrubs trom Sara
M r . . a a
toga county were removed to a garden,
wnere tney tooit root, grew vigorous
' a ' a
y, and some ot tnem pore tine ouncn
and spme ot them borebne bunch-
of fruit the first year. Twigs were
taken off, and the cuttings also took
root. Cannot they be transplanted
into Virginia, (or N. CL.) to furnish an
excellent fruit for, tarts and tellies r .
r.xtr&tt. i alau as di.Tfcult
to nule a man unlearn lit errors as
his knowledge. Mit-mfornutica i
more hopclesi thaa Don-ioformatioa
for error is always more busy thia g.
norancc. Ignorance is a blaok sheet,
oo which we may write j but error is a
scribbled one, oo which we must first
erase. Ignorance Is contented to ;tau2
tliU, with her back to the truth i but
error is more prfiumptuounand prQ.-
CCtdi In the tame direction. Ignor.
tnce has no light j but error follows
i false one, - The eonsequence . it
that error, when she retraces her foot-"
ofi'tcpi, has luer logo, uelore she tan
-i --t. ... . tt-t n tl:-L . i
U wrwiwuw im nie io.
temrjer it will never do to get fn(o
P""n "' season reserve your
U the first frosr, you may then
wazeawayas mucn as you piease.
Secondly, rise early, even before the
Iun. and entov hie aatoniahmeni ar '
bjmself beat. Wash your whole
body, put on clean linen, and take a
w1 of twenty minute and fif.
lecoods. Don't jump4)ut of (he
way t 7 udderi alarm tt is much
to be quietly run over by a cart
or two,"han to jump into fever. Sit
aoo w oreauast moaeraieiy uon t
J boll into youIClutoaHirow' -werw
.1 - f . L t ...- L " - .
i inrown oui. ui . m lairu. aiurv winnnur .
DrlnVs)6 wffeej Itia'tooTieaUng tea
or. milk you may tale in any quantity
but eat no meat as you eschew calor.
Isa ' .ce.-i ,s-..
v vcry -mouimui. is., an' incipient
are in love, a'coldpotatoe,) degeunez.
Eat slowly, snd. Sczuite the time bv
will always put you in a good humor,
- 1 ana your smueaaro .very., pccpoaim:.
Put on a white hat, and away to yon.r
place-of business,'-- If any thine hai
gone wrong don't scold scokhog is
allowed" only in winterv-If ycu meet
our unnui u iuc ny, m grnuc
look of recognition, but do npt bow cr
say "good morning tailing is ver
exciting. If you can,' Conveniently,
jmect with a Iitae misfOTtone,-do so
I melancholyjs.very coding, and( what
it more, it makes other cool towards
f you. You thus gnw ttvostderaUp con
I fort from their icy reflection. ..
- As the day becomes vfarm and
hicb,w "6u Become thirsty," Yd;are
afraid to drink cold water ypu there
ccs you. put m a lump ei ice, auu
C jaff. it,off , without ceremony. You
goose? cold brandy-and-water, takea
ij i z.i:r; .v c- ..
lUMucmy miu yuur. siuiuiitu, is ju a
I -1 . 11 . , ,
j uangeroua aa- coio -watcr ao. ia com
punch cold any thing else so would
a parcel of cold live coals be, if you
a P a a a
could ireeze tnem, I our best oever-
aee is ciaret ana water you may coo:
lit. it you please, but you must up it
gradually. We mean real bona fide
ciarei none oi your poice-oerry juice,
wnicn is aosotute potson
Do not. eat much dinner animal
will it serve man. It you find that
7ou vt mucn appetite, eai a lump
s ... a
of sugar, or take . walk into the kitrli-
best thing for you is a little hash and
mashed potatoes it saves a great deal
of labor forthe jaws.You may smoke
two segars - afterwards the smoke
warms your mouth, and causes a rusn
artificial heat. In the evening you
mmt btrlovrmtisterhowever the
Dearl march. in Saul." or somtthipg
"c it. Yankee Doodle", would put
o "ver nve mtnuws.- iTU"
bodjr that .is used to itf and if you arc
not, it is high timethat you were,
Take as many airs upon you as yo,J
lean the. hen sits alrthe sumtnef BtJ
unon the fence and takes no cold. Arc
Mr. Uav is DUJllv eneaeed on MS un
We observe ari advertisement r bis i
the Kentucky Reporter for cattle to stou
one 01 "s. Lver7 wen
Enormout Church. A church i no
building in Montreal of ibe following di
mensions i Length. S60 leet, Dreani"
,50, height to theeves, 100, aurroundeJ
21 lK(t frftnt beinjt
310 feet Uh 1, tha nuloit window iv &
feet by 34. The , probabla expense of j
this Immense structure iv estimated st ,
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