HOW TltS inril (VilWKtCUL BrtTTK.
- T'f Fill of 'the Mivt, wU.'i
ot W V m, tgtxc Jlf Won, yr."
is t-.f tide of a araily printed volume,
of 10') pa 5? s from the press of Carter
and. Ucnicr. It contains about thir-y
pi-reei, an ! in dedicated M the author's
friend, Charles Bprajjue, Et!. T"c
' principal poem in the volume occupie
. ten twelve pages : there is one other
' ' piece, entitled M isiti ji," which nc
' cupieeighf pages Mr fLella has
" . written much coo-1 poetry,' and the
-volume before us is crediiafuVto his
. ceniiis aoi : InJuitrv. VV! have ro'm
af ib?"' tnViifi?;-: . ',7"-. .T '.
Turglory of the Iriiijun is no 'morel;
fcolonjer ? th nt'.rt,.., i '
" To th? Eternal Spirit, when the Sn ...... J.
n'iji out bii er4t'ji banner in th East t
hn more they fellow in the su'uhin Atv
Their gam along the vaTles, with the spear,
nd the fifhe arrows and no longer light
Their Gre upon (tie clUI", when come the Ee
Te weep around Day'a melancholy urn.
The innumerable 'riVt have pasted twiv !
- P.ven th silver' aofr that it hung brow,
tiki bright rrorn. oi Morning's blushing
Or faded leaves in bleak "fovem'ttf s wmnl.
Ko owe their ste is heard along the val,
Sor shout upon the mountains, nr the songs
Pf tbfir .triu bow,.
And the tang, festbered-arrows, have been
The tttf plume into the dust U cist
The sharp canoe that rocked upon rte stream
r 1 rotti if at tbe river's lonely ma-Pe i
And the rude ha i of their forefathers lit
A ruin in the viljry j and the graves
Of their dead ancestors bare bfsn profaned j
... lor they were weeds coat forth on life's
- .rough fa I . :.. : '..
Reform. -It i understood that the
" ieadraprnts t)f-rrtrrtrt - whtch the
new admimsiration of England will
-piTpue and -advocate," arej - firar : -
bill to establish a general register, fr
all dV'la and instruments ffrcting
rejil property in IngUnd and W ales.
, T;- amend the law respecting inherit-
Hill a MJ II llrHLrill. alllll l.fj asiSJISV iijsji r 1 1 I i
j j i . .tt.
totucieed as heira to their children,!
and rc'jlU'eral relations to succeed as
-fcliftiochjjr, though of the hall
Mood. I o ameud 4he law respecttng
tl.rrer anil etruneayrTo'liab- the'
" law TMpectiog tnea nd Tecoverics,
zmz-z. und uhstitte otoer aaaurarrcrs -m lieu
thereof. To amend the law regarding
prescription and dimiation f -t.cttoH
' - respecting real property. The davs
"T'-Brwhicbr-lnlU f r these pu rpse w'vll
rrearly-beeri.-agreed to. 6brold they
became-- laws, and th'iuld llicjcprc
aeofs'ion in Parliament be revised and
equatiled, it will then trulv look like
ttformatt in. Providence Journal.
Social Intercourse -We should
make it a principle to extend the hand
pf fellowship to every mv who dis.
aiarget faithfully his dutiesmain
tains g.Md orderwho manifests a
"deep interest to the welfare of general
aocietv whole depomnent ia up
,right and whose mmd is iotclligent,
sithout stopping to ascertain whether
' he tVtng a hammer or draws a
thre a i: .There ta n nothing ao diataot
- p m alt natural rule and natrual claim
as the rtlucunt the backward aym.
Duthv the forced amilei the checked
Conversation the hesitating compli
. tcetn.e well'tT are too apt to man.
ifeit to those a-If tile lower down i
with whom in comparison of intellect
queotly atnk into iusigaiucaoce;
.'. Rova! Hon Mot. A heavy.heefed
. avairy ifScer at one pf the Brighton
hlla astoiT.ded the.room bv the Be.
niliar t mprcssireness of his dancing,
A circle f affrighted ladiei fluttered
r"" 'over .to the Priocef and inquired by
what possibility they could escape be
: , jna trampled o,ut of the world by this
formidable performer. " Nothing dan
' )e done,! Mid the Prince, 41 since the
a. .1 ft i ft at
.' war is over : tnen, ne micnt nave oeto
f ! pent bark to America, as a republica
pf the stamp act." . . v
F.mtal Righto. A highwayman and
sj cnitnnrv ic ln- nrgcu
at the name time t when they came to
I . . . v. . mm. L. I. . 1
the pre execuiion,ane nignwsy.
mn pusb' d poor aooterkin out of the
wav. and bid hi on keep hi distaree.
1 - wrterkin, with propeipirit, replied,
d n me if I do I baa at god right
bo hxn oa-" v
There is a world whers c a storms
intrude, a heaven f s.fcty a;inst te
tcnprsls of life. A 1' tile world of joy
and love, of ioaor.eace and tranquility.
Suspicioas are not there, nor jealous
ies,- our falaehoaa with her double
t,ongie, nor the venom of aUnder.l J-4
Teace embraceth u with out spread
wirtf: Plenty hrrodeth there. When
a man entereth t, he forgetteth his
sorrows, and care ajji d.sapoint.
ments j he openeth his heart to confj
denceV aftl to pleasure not mingled
w'lth remorse. This world is the well
Vrdered home of a viriiious and amia
distinguished,, ao-u was a remarkble
in lidia, a youn and forward 6f5cer,
whether of the company civil or.mu
ttary ncrvice the chronicle iayetb not,
waa r.ther freely and pertly crss-ex-amitinjj
the general as to fm early
career and Ypil promoti n, lie in
eisted on knoi .g the date of every
grade, and the historv of -every dis.
tinction. Things went on very quiet,
ly for some time j .atler.gth tie gen
eral fired the following ahot, en ri
codict, and the curtain fell. ' I hare
now, young gentlemen, had the plea
a ire of sa isfying your curiosity, will
yo.u "TikcTse" pe f inTt "me" to Inddtge
mine !n " Amuredly, General I shall
willingly answer anv question you
may put W me", " Well, now, I told
yon how I came to the country, and
when j rny 1 lt In w.hwjrPac,,7 y011
arrived in it V Doubtless, General.
1 left England fin the Kmt, as a"
guinea-pig, (an inlerior grade to
midshipman.) It was two or three
veara ag." "Really! .Well, upon
roy cnsciencet .... I thought so. Are
yo'i sure,. lth':?u'siK, '.it .was orilv two or
three yers a?o i ou have grown up
such a great !frf since. " '
1 The ...following instance of re fine cl
sentiment, written by Anthony
a iin. Eq. in conscouence of the au-
. , i - i ii .
irioa heinrr renrnarhed tor not ween.
inr over the dead body of
o i i
iricno, nas ocen trnnsiiuru
man by Kl"pstnck ; into Itali.n by
Ltitint bavelli of Corstc ; and into
Vench bv Coont J stph Augustus de
Cotd ""drthe tear that blatons "eommrm vo i
What rallous rook retains it chrystal rill f
Ne'er wiR. the .softened mould., ita liquid .show !
tVenaink the waters that are anwotn and still j
.1.1 .ta. ...i.lim..l, .L.nn!..ul f A I wwl
W hile feeling triumphed in my heart's warm
blond, j levc.
Grief diuk the offering ere it reached ihc
Mar4rti of Nonrntr. In the
great church at Roskil'd, there is snewn
a Urge whetstone, whveh they say was
sent to the celebrated Queen Margar
et, bv Albert, King of S eden, in de
rision intimating that women should
sharpen their needles, instead of aim.
ing at war. Toe wit w hich is poor,
waa better anawered by the Queen,
who replied, that she would apply it
to the edges f her soldier's swords.
She was good as her word : she fought
Albert in a pitched battle, gave him
an entire overthrow, an m;e him pris
oner. In this situation she kept hurt
.a a ia.
seveu years, and tnen released him on
very hard conditions.
The Tyrokse Girl. During a con-
fiict at the farm of Raincshol, in. the
Tyrolese war, in 1809, . young wo
man who rrsided at the h use, brought
out a small cusk of wmc to encourage
and refresh the pedants, and had ail.
L aacedlQ lhe. scene cf act'utn, xcgardi
less of tne tremendous fire of the Bav-
4rlan. with tb caaksipon- her-head ;
when a bullet struck it, and compelled
her to let it go. Undaunted by this
accident; he hastened to rrpair-thyi
mischief, by placeing her thum to tnc
urfice caused by the b!l, encouraged
those nearest her to refresh themselves
goicklv that she might not remain in
her dangerous lituation, and suffer
for her generosity.
y Pvff Direct. A pedlar wishing to
recommeod his raEors to the gaping
crowd, thus addressed them Gen
tlemen the razors I hold in my hand
w ere made in a cave.by the lithtof a
diamond, in the province of Andalu
sia, in Spain. ' Tbry cut at quick as
th ught, and are as bright as the'mor
ning star. A word or too more, and
I inn certain you will buy them.4 L-y
them under your pillow at night, nd
you will find vourseif clean shaved ia
tbe moraiDg. i ,
ESPECTFULLT inform the public tnat
they ire n W opening their fall aupply of
wbieh will fuund, as usual, large, faihionabte
and wpt ' ' ' . ..
SuUitntry, .Vv. nrf, 1&".0;.
TI.V tViAt'VV Workman
will be given to a fint rate
pf steady and induitrioui habits, ons who
accuitomed to work on Tinn n Macliinei.
DANIEL H CRKSS.
Saliibnrii, Ocioher, 30. 4ltf
PH I! 1 ' -i
"PTr . v. .
STAG K.F-I UK, S5.
"TTNDER thin arrangement, the wage nin
lJ. twjce a week, aijd goea through in two
day, tieh .'aLTui6 accom.Mt(dtion is jrood.
Pawnngera who are trarrlling from Raleigh to
Salinbury. or TenneMe, or South of Sahbury,
will find thia to be the nearest, rlieipet and
mnat rxpe'litiona route Wert" of Raleigh. Pa.
engers who are travelling from Salisbury North,
will find this route, by the way of Rulcigh and
IV ter-burg. to he he neare'( ehenpeit., and
most exp-iitiou rwe that can he t avelled to
the North. -bv two dav. A . nafeniror who
traveli this rout from Salisbury, by the way of
Kuleirh and Petersburg, to Wainingtoo City.
will go it in five dav,a4.1 will aleep three nighia
out of five all nieht.
The Ctmtrartor will pledge himelf to keep
fint rate Mail Coaclici and good gentle horses
(and driwrs of the best-kind andbe wiH pr-
1:0 pains in trying to render tljone who pHtronise
him, comfortable, knd ule through hit route.
Pa nirera who arcunafiauamted with t4UhU aAW nthr aW m it. mithern4
route, will secure sea's bv application at Mr. E.
...... t .. . .....
P. Guinn's Hotel, in Raleigh and at Mr. William
H. Slaughter's) Hotel, in Sat'mbury. -
The stages will leave Salisbury every Wed
nesday and Sturr!av, at H, A. M. and srrive in
. naieirn every i nursoav ami ii inny, uw, r. m.
. h .. '. . . . . ...
n i ... J... 1 t- l.. V f. fcf
BuH will leav Ualeiirh everv Wciinei.lnv and
I Saturday at 6. A. M. and arrive at Salisbury
everv Thursday and Sundav at 7, P. M.
GEORGE WILLIAMS, tWrorfw.
Jun U(A, 1830. 2Si
Vc V?t iuu, Vor Aale.
PMHE subscriber being abmit to
ly H -Temwvero the West is ftn.
-us to ell the plantation on which
TJ now hvet lying in the Forks of
in-. Vadfc uejir Dulchnuui'a Creekv. fifteen,
miles from Salisbury, on the road leading from
1Kb r,l.fA In l.pttta' Krwli Thu. UK....,
acref i.nhe shove plantation, all of wTiTcli'
ii first mte red land. There is a good dwelling
house, out hous-a, orchard, &c. on the premises,
"tw person -wtwhrrtg toptrrrhasr the above land
can have an opportunity of viewing the premise
"by citlinf nn rhr imbrrbt,who may ;ar all
times be found on the preruis'-s
. AWaaer 20th, T334 45'.f
THOMAS DICKSOX, Tailor,
RESPECTFULLY informs his customer, and
the public generally, that he has removed
his SHOT, to the building formerly occupied by
Lowry and Tcmplcton, and more recently by
Wade W.( Hampton, as a Tailor's Sh'-ps on
Min street, the west side, atew doors from the
Court Itouae, in the town of Salinbury ; where
he is prepared to execute all descriptions of
after the neatest fashions, and on the altortest
notice ; and ia prepared to make all kinda of
Clothing in first rate ayle, 'having in his
employ six or seven first tate Workmen, whtcli
enables him to do work on the shortest notice
All kinda of Vuttinf Out nf Garments will be
done on very moderate terms.
All orders from a dWtance for work, will he
most fuitlif illy executed, according to direction!,
and within the shortest possible time.
P. S, II has just received the latrst Uahions
front Philadelphia and New York i which will
enable him to make fine Coata, tic. after the
mosl "appro v eit 'Style;
VruVtW-y. .'! 134. 18.10.
N the 10th of Sentember
I . r ....
Jones emsntr. two m wrw. one
ast, irom my plantation in
named WASHINGTON. abmit
27 years of age, a very bright
mulatto, on one of bis hands
there is a scar occasioned by a
gin i he will chancre his name
and endeavor to pass for a free man. The other
named JOHN, a common mulatto, about 30
years of age, very intelligent i he will probably
pass la the servant of Washington, and change
his name. , A. reward of 2-" Dollars will be given
for the delivery of either in anv fail, so that I
can get the. . JAMES LAMAR. .
OetsAer 16ii. 42if
. JCjr The Georgian, .Savannah the Tele
enpe, Columbia, S. C i and Richmond EnquW
rcr, are requested to puUli.h the above weekly
until forbtoVaud then firwanl their aecwins to
,--"'' ev J. LAMAR.
H di 1 1 lb'- of fnoA' Corn-fed fur
.1 if ww hich the highest market price
will bt given. npl at this office,
fan. nb, iM. ' jfffr
A RE now receiving and opening at their
A Store in Salisbury, a d-sirable stock of
Sao Style, Fancy and Staple
. GOODS, :
suited to the fall and Winter leanon. MithaJ
inthiUdelphia and Ne-York.of the latest I all
importation!, which thev will aril t low M an.
G00D3 can be had in thli part the country
They respectfully invite their custom'! an the
nh nr.l1i. in call and examin s their ai-
i.rtaM-pt, hear prices, and judge ' for them-
selrea. ... .
All kinds of Mercantile -produce win be
imn'f ass "a,v r . . - ,
N. B H U L. haves lot bark of their
sons riding to Ton; with Racks km Tnngn
convenient tor hitching amtteeamg no.,
THE subscribers having qualified as RitecU
ton of the last Will and leftameht of Jt
Hargrave, deceased, at the August Term or Da
ridmn county court 1830, hereby give notice to
all perans having claims debts, dues, or de
maiuk against said ratate, to present them fr
payment, duly authenticated within the time
prescribed by Uw, or this notice will be plt-aO
in bar of their recoverv . .
'JAMES WISEMAN. ) F ,
SA 1.. IUIIGRAVE, S
.?a? 3(1, IB30. Wtf
All persons ind bted to said. Estate re rt'
quefed to come forward anil make payment, ss
no indulgence ran be giv. n.
fflUE Noti-s and accounts of A. Torrence, anl ,
A. Torrence Co. are placed in :ne nanus
of C. U Torrence, for collection i and I would
advise thoae intereied,to call on him eore ten
daw hefure Mat Court.
riTJE rubscriber repectfuliy informs the citl
I aena'of liav'ulson, and the adjacent eoun
ii,. ih.i k routining in mrrv on. at his Shoo
in Lexington, the buaine-rt ot Making COTTON
i;NS, ..(loal to ajiv manufactured in the I n.teu
LI. L fUn. are nreferred to a;L
nthers'tv thoae -who hve-rried-tem
have found a reaily sale throughout a laige ex.
ter.t of country. His prices shall be as rrason-
i ' " r - I
All orders will he promptly attended to, and
Gin? finished in the shnrtrs -pnrtble time.
Hfpnirini of (iius will be done on the short
est notice, and in the mt kuhxtanlial manner,
by the public's humble servant,
IIKNIIV A. CI.INGAMON
Islington, .f.iy n." '8V1
V quantity of gnol Walmil, theTy and furl
id Maple, plank, for which a liberal puce,
in cash, will be given. AnrU to
:.: ". :. . ai.ex t is r;-..::-:.:v..
S, B, Two or three Journeymen a the Csh
inel-mukiog bu-4rici..o S'.tiay.hshiij, re,l..fkj!i
in the huainesa, ran obtain good wages and con
stant employment by. application to,
A. Rl 13
Sefftbtni, Jan. "iSt UZU -. .5(f. . .
k LI, nelsons indebted to the aobar.riber, fiir
iv betf. arr. .requested to., make immediate
noment. a he is vompelled to have the cash.
Those who fail to comply with this request wilt
find their accounts in 'he hands of ao ( ffi.-er, fur
ooller.tion CHARLES L. LOWERS.
Jan. 7 th. 1SH. 3v H
rCfl'lE ubscriber'a nam aoam8 a-Moia.
JL (within one mi'e of UilKooro'.) is opened
this dax lor 'he recep'iun ot Scholars. Terms
fir boarl. tui'iun, books and aiatiorary forays-
iwsot Ove-tnrmtha, f i rtotlara. - Srbolarr-wiH
k. : J -1 :. .1 r , I
i;c mrifru ii anv ieriiu m ine srlsiliO, ar.O
a cnrreponderit deduction made in the rhnrge
The eoure of itiidien will be s compn l.ensive
w. in. consistent w '.'b a 'liorih'h inatrua.un iu
the moat essential braorlu s.
Instruction will be provided fir mic'i as de
sire it. in Music, Painting and the I renrh l.ao
guage at the usual extra tlmrije 8 M
Jatir "rf. 18U - -
I)rinn In Ftujetleril'.r.
TriLL find i) ti their advantage, lo stop at
. V "."y" "'.re every...ron. I
'tMlt" rometi ior un aim Uorse,t0 make
them comfortable, at the moderate charge of 21
cents a day and night, for Hie privilege of the
Yard, the use of h good l.oiHe, fire, water, anrl
shelter. Attachrd to the Yard. ar a Crnri.,.
' P'oviaion Store, Bread Mion and I'-rnifw
iionary, ami a Mous tor Hoarders and Lodgers,
in a plain, cheap, wholesome and comfortable
stvle. FayrttfiHllf .Ifiril, I,; ' 1 1
IN Concord, N. C. on N'os. -he 17th, a
negro boy by the name of DILL, shout
24 years nf sge, dark Complexion anJ i
feet 6 inches high ; said boy sirs he be
longs to M.-. John Bolanof Richmond
county h Georgia. Jh, QeT U re
quested; to come forward, prove proper
ty, piy chides and fake him ftwsv
' ' WM O MAHAN, Jailor.
JTovrmhrr V)th, 1830. 4jr,f
8 and a rear reams of slanin .. ik- .
For building a JAIL in Clwh',
THE subscriber will receive Healed
Mil fur building a .MIL in this nt.
the 3.ri lay ot Februay next, t
they will ciiwe the rontricU I her, bui,,'
to be of brick, on a stone loundaiion, j ln
long, 3r, broad, ..ahd three stories hi'ph
, hi, .'.-.
walla to be put up and the-buildin
by the 16th Noveniber next, ami ih, ,..
completed b the U'h nf November, 183J,
toe unm.i un rrcnve ine proceed,
(lie Tax for ltf30, soon aficr the contract d?
sed. which amounts ' to ab juI Jjv.OOO. and
timilar,amount annually, until the" whole sum -P"'l-'
, . ' : ,
Hond with approved security,' will be n.'"
quired nf the Contractor. -
TlHiaT-.isbing to offer propnaala can see tk
plar and spi fiflCat ions i the building, by al
plying to William Smith or John Irwfn U
I am 1 it art I i
J0H.-V1-C0NN Al (U1EY. l I I
TO the jail ot Lincoln, cutuy, on the Jii
day of I)eember Inat, ai a runaway, a as
gm man, alio calls himself Ciet. and j,,
belot. to Thonias Tiirner t Cranvillei mj
that he l ft the goK! mines in turkf, wtiere hi
was working u ider a V1r. H-t- Gin rMt
built negio. about 40 '" i'd and ofa commo,
colour. Th- owner ij rtqu -sed to comsnd
prove property, pay rlgn r,,1 t.
awav. JACOB UEINHRDf
..in'y. 22ft 1831 3,J8 -
Patca for aov. jl.OO. , I
1. .l ..S . V
rmlu; n , u ., rnJ . n
.. ,, nilIif, ft
(: Wm j)ilV1.
.....r. Ii.ll 'lit. lie OelOBjJ, (,
of Cht-a'er :iirict. s.mik
l' Afimsnht in h 3 or 43 vest old,
t five f-et 8 V,r '9 -inches hlsh. .,, a f,.n f...
and amsll forehead Tlie o . -ler urrouuU
come lorwaal, pro. , prop r- charges kA
take him awav. or he wilt he it,
iw fw-ern. d'Jti'S it-tMA1 tietf
Lexington, .V CJan. 11, I H.J I. 36 f '
JSlOTtS S ilVOtd WlVntA
. , ,
rB1!,h to purchaa duri,
: r" 'f 1!L -'fe'fnw.,
JL the fall aitil winter
for wnkh'the" rniir libra rHi . fee"
in casn. iiewiu oe norm Salishiirv at 1
' ! .-w. !?. ."'Ui!!'. nt ff hisj,
Unci Ov tll.Hh- w'10 uish to rill and a
Ml It pi
ers addreaned tisru'rn'ii1r'6madtoaii'f
be promptU aiter.JeJ to.
Saht'iu, Oct. 2"), IslO. 43f
IB t NWAY in Way lasi, a neK'r-i rpa.. namsi
a? tV Jarob, abinii .1.1 years old, fiv- feet In
incite high, very Ul.vk, jiiicst spuken and ft
walk, has a afar on bin Uhleg. Any perm
delivering 1iim to ine near Salisbury, aliall bs
paid RIO, or gJS if Cm fried in nv jiil o thai
I got hi ii agon AIlUl'l. 0. 't ARTER.
:: iiauurftiaxV IMi'lr"-"-"--' SM"---N.
H. The Editor of the Netvhem Fentel
will iilease insert the ahove lour times aid
forward hi tctjusf to this tyJire.:
will Sell, to the highest bidder, at ti
Cotrr- lljuae in Salisbury, ot Tucaif
the V?d, rVrrruarr; the rVrllovf fp. - U.
lowprng to s HeMoatftt.t. Uftot... yinnl.dt.'y. .
live liaitd-nm-. Carriage, and bar es. Atw
same io)e and iilad , will te lort'i! un'il :h I
if January nj xJieKVl Neffo Wnmeri; TfllB
niaJe known on tlie Jjy i f 'li . -
.February, U 18:11 3:59
lale of .VorUi-VartiWufti
sroii t ("ii.'.it.
Sit .trior Co ml of ha't.
oi rot tit ri.KM. 13i).
EANOK l.tM'.KIM S v. vi!li.tm R.A'fJ:
rtition to lii.orce aed ltnion. I'f
id. r. J bv !e rourt io4li s o li st rmblw
tioo lwu ma,lu fur ; lUrec tnuiukt iu -ibfi.J'eir'S
Carolioiio sin I Yj Ikin and I'n'isrbs
htit the d-len Ian) appear at the nexr Su"
C our) of l aw, to b: held for rhe coints at
Stoke-, at thj..t'Ourt.lIous. jii J;rms.i!,s.
he t'litil Monday at'irr the ionii:i "viomliif rr
March in-xt, ti.en and theie to iL-sd sn'
demur lo the s-iul p. itiou, nr tiie same '"'J
laken pvo confeaan and hei-d expar'r 3 "
Tern: TIMS T. All W'l'Rf,N0, rt
AtU of XorUt-Vruliua,
tifToiiKB. TNns(. 1 lS.ii.
aSUMXi.Uil VH.D r. Ja nes AmoMi
. rtW fur- AUm.oy'." tt ia ord-eed JO
conn in this case, that publication be waot
the Werrrn Carolinian and Yadkin and fa's
ha .Trmrnat frr three mrj.itns, tbsn il drffB
appear at tne neri nupr'inr i min m
be held for the county of Stokes. h CtfJ
House in Germanton on the third MomUv ft
'he 4 h Monday of Mareh s.eit, then and'
to plKad answer or demur lo the said P'!j
or the aanxe will be taken pro confess s
beard expahe. 3nt&
lest: TltoS. T. ARMSTONM
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JO II PIiI.T!.G,
or KvKfti DBScftirtor,
BXtcvrtD w.rn vitrntisU Dfii x
AT THIS OFFICE.
FOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE
OF every descrtption, neatry fr' "
kept eonatantlv for sale at this
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