plUhed everylTtrKBBAT . ami Fhtiat; by
JOSEPH GAKS & SONi if J
k Pi. Dollar per annum half in advance
J ' T AD VERTISEMETS 'A:M
exceeding tixie en ftsrneatly inserted three
t?me fof & Dollar; and twenty-five cents for
everV; succeeding publication : tlioise ot greaty
er length in tue.1arhe'propbrtion..iCott
m'cAtios thankfully received... .Lkttkrs to
- the Editors must b't jHtpaid. . j,j .
' i . ...V-.t ..vv'-r"vr -iv'
f Katinganu uiiu
pesvs of the Nor we
tion of many, and
iih owihe tothis-.that: tHe condition
; the Norwegian females is so much low
than it is irt l aoT. other rof';iHe;ui;opeati
countries; ' "VVomeii even in the highest
rank in Norway 'are. slaves jr the greater,
indeed, the establisHmeht, ihe greater. the
VavervVF which is precsely'j;the reyerseief
. condition of femafes in England. ; What
ever number of servants rnky be in. the
different departments of a Norwegian es
tablishment, they re not entirely- trust
ed to in.' anything ; the p mistress of the
house is still principal housekeeper,' chief
, hundry-maid, and head cook. The cook
raaid in Norway is not entrusted with" a
hy . of the great operati on s I in - the'art j-r-her
duties are preciseW : those of the me
nial, who, J n Englanu,; is designated a
jcullion.. If a Frou (a name of distinc
tion) be so fortunate as to have grown up
daughters,' her duties, are in some degree
ps$encd In a family with which I had
constant' intercourse the 'two young la
dies, Froktnss as young ladies of quality
are caTled in Norwayj had, their alternate
weeks in the cooking department ; at
least half ;6f every day was spent the
kitchen : and she whose turn it was to do
this duty,'' did not take her seat at the
dinner table with the rest of the conpany,
but 'appeared when din n e r was n early
concluded 5 and then with cheeks that
would have made rouse be superfluous- -
mave mentioned eisewnere, -tnat the du
ties of the ladies do not end with the cook
ing of a dinner : the young ladies (if there
be any) carry .in the dishes, - and if there
be none,, the mistress of the house l hey
also change the plates, wipe the knives,
and perform every other office that is per-
lurmed elsewhere by servants ; but in
Norway a servant -is seldom or ever Seen
jaadming room 1. he Norwegians would,
indeed,' consider it disrespectful treat
ment, were they to employ, servants to
wait upon their guests. . In one house
where ;we: occasionally i visited, and in
which there were ho youriff ladies, two
farmer's daugh ters neatl y : dressed, al
ways assisted the lady, of the mansion to
wait upon "I the. company '1 A v Norwe
gian lady might, indeed, be cited as a
patterii to'any English: servant in the
waiting department WShe is constantly
rouna ine laDiekfooservinfi: tne
wants of the gu ests, and supplying them .
Nor does she, in general, pattake of din-
mcj wuii gine party-, 3 du nines' ei tner, pe
fore dinner is" served, ofcafter it is taken
away. jBut; the duties of the Norwegian
lady are not confi n ed : to p re pa ri ng the
dinner and serving ihe guest. Tliey have
other domestic duties of a i stillrraore un
feminine; chrracterly "VYheri inNprjvay
. upon a' subsequent 03casion, and at a dif-
lerent season, I heard a young lady de
cline an invitation rXd pass aweek with" a
mend, becouse it was slaughter time.
vVhat should we think irit Enkland of a
?ou tig lady who should make such an apo
logy ? But the apology requires explana
tion. iLate in .the autumn,, iUst before
winter is expected to set in the establish
ment of a Norwegian family (especially if
ye prjovd ed 5 and ? jthis iimplies, in I the
Urst p acfe, the slaughterTof a great mariy
animal, TH Jr t . 1 ' P - J
nimaU. ! Then follow the various- culina
y operations : the siiltin I th
vins ofdifferpnf lcinU nl
1 1 11 tit iiiiiupanr irmrl 1
JtAalfi for soupV aiid black puddings
tor S J" V fthe chiSf ;ac
at thJrtu aVl ? scarcelye wondered
ft tfMt the Froken refused an invl&tinn
- imiii,iii. ivi iiij n in h:inv:i
because it was sjaughtertime. . But these I
uu ties are nnt iL r- i 1 t : , t. 1
nf ii j. 1 " J periurmeu ,oy taaies
d 1 1 h nks;nLNorway, but are consider
y them to be agreeable : and this sea
for J 1 iUghter and Preparation is looked
war0 to as a time of more than common
S!8cP?Ptv The more 1 saw of Norwe-
fnw ; r1" tl!e less I (bund to admire;
fhV ",enta-tracti6ns of the females:
. "Pre, IS On, amtmnlickinAnl UV.
of k S !Wllling!y admit the proficiency
4,1 th Norwegian
am 1--" ladips--they all dance
i lur reders probably know wbai
,' ,i;illan ltifnomo,hiu
witk 'ii . .1. w v,,,s wuniiMu is universal
-' tilt : iV I. is .1 .i-.." i A. m r -
. "fef r, evyfcci";:-!mit wMe
uiut 1IIMI1 dllV irrH'l I inii r ir tr . ta r a n rm
ot extraordinary -activity a
ior it w at this time thatlthe winter stores
vision, of the Cherbkees formed the crand
wpric oy wnicn marriages were regulated,
and murder punished..; J A Cherokee could
inarr into any of the clans except two,that
to which his father belongs, for all that clan
are his fathers arid aunts, arid that to which
his mother belongs, for all of that clan are
his mothers and sisters,ja child invariably
inheriting the clan of its mother. This
custom .which originated from time: imme-
monal was observed with tthe greatest
srrictness. imo law could be guarded and
enmrceu wnn equal caution. In times
past, the.penalty annexed. t to Vitwas not
less than death. liut it has scarcelv. Der
. But it was the mutual law 6f clans as
connectedi with murder ' which rendered
the custom savage arid! birbarous.. We
speak of what if was once, not as it is now,
for the Cherokees, after) experiencing sad
effects from it, determined to, - and did a
boiit twenty years ag'inj a solemn council
abolish it 'Frdinjthat time murder has
4een. considered a govern mental crime
Previous to that, the
palpably; tru e, v iz.
m - i t 1
The Cherokees as nation,
to cl n vt'vh m u nl e r. ! I
Murder was punished upon theprinci
pie of retaliation j j t v f ; 'i
1 1 belonged to the clan of .the murdered
to revenge his death. ! 1 l -
" If the'inurderer fled, his brother oi? near
est relative was liable to sutTer in his stead.
If a man kil led his hrpther, he was a
menabje to no-laiv or fclaiu ' -A
If the murderer (this however is known
only by tradition,) was not as respectable
as the murdered, his relative, or a man of
his clan .t a more respectable standing was
liable to surfer. : . jlj ;'v.-. --
To kill, uncler, any circumstance what-;
ever, was considered murder, and punish
ed accordingly, ; I : l I
Our readers will say, those were sav-l
age laws indeed.? They were, and the
Cherokees were then to be pitied for the
above were 'not mere inoperative laws, but
mosr ngiuiy executed. JBut we ! can now
say with pleasure, that they are all repeal
ed, and are remembered only as Vestiges
of ignorance and barbarism; i ;l
; v ! Phoenix Gazette, j
- I.-'-ea-k-;. ''":;-!t ( -1
1 From the Bennington Journal of the Times, i
. A HARD CASE. i
'There was an old woman she lived in a shoe,
t ' She had so many children she'did'nt know
what to do ; j . f
Some she gave potatoes and some she gave
bread, : ; -. ;. r . ; ; j ,. v.; ; v- ; r-j
Some she gave a whipping and sent them
- to bed," : .-j .-.-j:-
j We can never think of the above pathet
ic lines without being forcibly struck with
the similarity of condition1 existing between
ine uiu iatij ami ine new iresiuent ot the
uniieu oates. so many
much!: struggling for the
calls for office, so
crumbs that fall
from the Treasury table, so many open'
mourns 10 oe stopped, and so many hungry
maws to be filled, that General Jackson's
condition, though in the Presidential palace
musi oe quite as u ncomlortaol e as that ot
the poor needy tenant of he shoe. Indeed
it is, in some respects much worse. The
old woman had the extent of her difficul
ties before" her, and knew: what she had t
do 5 : h o w, fa r. she . cou 1 d go , in relieving!
the wantsMjof her children, and when the
eatables were spent, hovy mariy of the yon-
kers she must satisfy with birch instead of
Dread. Kut th resident can see no end
to calls and importunities for office. If he
gives potatoes to some arid bread to others
the crowds who remain are too numero is
and too turbulent to be silenced bv wh o-
ping. Foreign embassies will go but a lit
tle way among so many hungry expectants;
seats tn . the Cabinet lare verv limited :
Judgeships arid Attorneys will satisfy but
a few mouths : Comptrollers' arid Auditors'.!
uiuces . are, soon uiposeu 01; ine , larger
Collectorships a ndPikt , Offices stand no
chan ce a raong so many : in short all the
richer offices in the gift ot the Government
are but as a ,inere tnumb of bread in the
ands of the old woman of the shoe, to satj-
isfy the-cries of her -numerous f aini ly- -The
mfnor offices are more, plentiful, but
w;hat are theyuwnong so many f . The pota
toes -of the 1 reasury they may be called ;
nut uch food as they iare,, they iire soon
wallowed, and bu t,: a small part of tho&e
who' were 1 cri' i?g lustily? tor food . have
had a morsel. What is 1 to be done with
thfse? Are they fobe treated in a summary
manner of the ,od woman of the shoe, who
whipped those he; was,, unable to feed ? -
Bui where a ith could the nation supply birch
for so ex ensi ve a nagel latton r The for
ests wou fd fail, before half of it was acconi-
p!Tshed3VVould tit"riot be beHer tbjerei
a i e a fe w thou sand offi ces ;f oVlthe sped i
u mppin is out 01 ine question, anu as lor
h a gi ng th e m under ; the "2d section I tha t
o Id be pi a'cirig 1 hp inori ; the sairie footing
as;inose xwJCKeu traitors, jine; nempers?oi
I tit w- ortice s, t h u t wou lifc b e i ucons'tst e rit
f e fv r, be l esorteU v1 y b y so econ o tn 1 cal
and, the, trying Case 'of tne1. old woman in
the shoe sinks into nothing in point of oa-
iiua, wiierj comparea witn tnat ot our be
loved Uniet Magistrate.
Marriage in , JVorway.-Ll arriages, in
f he interior of Norwav. are' nut rnntmrfpri
an in tenor d istrict i n, Norway seld om tr.i v-
cis twenty mues trom home, unless it be
once in' the year,v tq the winter fair at
Christianiaor - DrbntJieim r iarid y nrinspv
qu en tly there is but a narrow sphere for
the contraction tf alliances. If two neigh
bors (which in Norway means ' person ti;, re
siding withinhten miles of each other) have.
one a son, and the other a daughter; it is
understood that they shall marry 5 arid in
no country have I seen so few members of
the republic of celibacy. ,
Conway s Norway.
j To School Teacher s9 and Parents.
Never deceive vour scholars, nor suffer
.1 1 ' ! . ; .. -- -----
uirm 10 oractice ilpcention.
Never promise what you do not5 intend
6tnctly and literally, to perfbrm,
; Never. threaten what you do not mean
or what it would be improper to execute.-1
XNeyer tell your scholars tou will cut
off their ears,-or do any thing else, you do
noi irtiena to do. s v -
Never shut up a child in a dark closet.
or say any thing that will make him afraid
of darkness!' j
Never allude to mysterious evils, or
threaten punishments from causes - that
children cannot comprehend.
j , Never speak to them about the old Man.
or the old lVoman or the old Harrv.
The above maxims are worthv the con.
sid -ration of every well disposed; person
m iincituuiac wilij ciiii.irpni ! -nnfi
he utility of abiding by them in u st be ob
vious to those who Dossesa anv share nf
i j State of North-Carolina.
. . ' . Wayne County. - -
Superior Court of Law Spring Term 1829.
r I Jesse Barden tw. Ann Maria Burden.
, I Petition for Divorce. t
IN this ease a subpoena and alias having been
issued,; and the Sheriff of Wavne county
making return thereon.that the defendant was
nqt to.be found, proclamation waa'dulv marlat
the Courthouse door aforesaid by the SherirT of
KA,;uu.iiy, requiring tne said Ann Mna Bar
den to appear and answer as she was required to
do in said subpeena and she failing to appear, it
was ordered by the Court .that , publication for
three months be, made in the Raleigh LStar, and
the Raleigh Register, grving notice to the said
defendant, that unless she appear at the next
Superior Court oflaw to beheld for the ennntv
j of Wayne, at the Courthouse in.Waynesborouirh.
mic urv xuunuay aner me Tourtn Monday of Sep
tember next, and thee 'and there to answer or
demur j to said petition, judgment will be taken
pro confesso and heard ex parte. M
. ! N. WASHINGTON, Clk.
Price adv; $5 25. . , i ? 69
III SIR ARC HIE ;
FWill Stand th e ensuing;
season at my Stable, in North-1
ampton coHnty, N.' Carolina.
about 3 miles from the
nouse, o miles from the town of Halifax anrl 01
trom Belfield, Va. He will cover mares at 75
me season, parable on the tirst of January next,
with one dollar to the groom in a!l cases. Such
of Sir Archie's friends as live at a distance will
send tlieir notes with the mares, payable on the
first of January-Also, the feeding of the mares
to be paid for when taken away. -The season
commenced on the 1st February' and will termi
nate or. the nrst of August . next. - Extensive
field s of small grain and clover are sowed for the
benefit of mares that may be left with the hors:
I wi!h the addition of grain feeding at 2s per day.
; 1 r - xv-va iui uiaixa Willi
Colts. - No pains will be spared in taking the
best possible care ot mares, &c. that may be left,
but no responsibilityjor escapes or accidents. ;
I Sir Archie's blood, great size, performance on
the turf, and celebrity as a foal getter, are suffi
cient recommendations. JOHN D. AMIS.'
March 4. . - -i-v ' " 58 eo8
' Sale of Land and Negroes.
URSUANT to an Order of the Court of &
quity for, Franklin County, i shall ex Dose to
Public Saleat the door of the Courthouse in
Louisburg, on Tuesday the QiK day of June next,
that .Valuable TRACT of LAND, on which Na-
thaniel .liunt now Jives, lying on the. waters of
sycamore ana tox Swamp, adjoining the lands
of G. W, Freeman, Russel and.others ; contain,
i ng about 1-3 100 i acres, j The. improvements on
ttws land ire, a large and commodious Dwelling-HouseV-with
ail convenient Out-Houses, an ex
c llent Gin House, arid cleared land enough to
work twenty or thirty bands to advantage. !
Also, one other TRACT, lying on Crooked
Creek; adjoining J. Gray;' Jeffreys and others ;
containing about 500 acres. And ! ;
AnothervTRACT of 44 acres, lying on Fox
Swamp,; adjoining-N-Patterson and others. '
' At the-same time and place, arid under the
same order, I shall i offer for sale, three likelv
young Negro SLAVES. , , . i :v
"The above Property will be so!d oi a credit
of six and twelve months, the purchaser giving
bond with approved security, to bear interest
from the date j ' c - l, j v. ;c ! . -
, f v WILL, IL BAITLF Trustee,
tjf AprUllr:.'-;. r.: wts66 .i'
f pH AlJfValuable stand bri i'ayetteville Street;
rX;;. recently' occupied as a Grocery; by Allen
Sims, and formerly by John F. Goneke, as a Con
fectionary Stored Apply- to - I H: 'r :-
Raleigh gQth May.' " v ?n'42.:l -
,T N an Apothecary S tore, a Toung Atariwho has
flt liberal education and writes a good haad. 0
convenience, as thpv rp n Wr.,.
norrom attection; as they usually are; in
England- but frnrri npreecit w" -'-u A i.. ..r
"CROM the subscriber
rf,t"!ld white by by the name of GEORGlj
Vnirn? aooutntteen yeafs ot age, of smal
size, and bold spoken. When he. went off, he
wore pantaloons of cotton c.lmh
jacjeet ot woollen cloth- He also took with him
4. . . I' . w-.-j mm tUUIIU
1 ?xT ' - V . ?oth 1 1 ?m Of the opinion
that his clotli!nr hai Kn hnA u
persuaded ofT bv his friends. I will f-.
warq 01 1 en Cents tor said Boy's delivery to me.
I hereby. forwarn all 'persons f rom liarporfn'fr the
said Georere Griffis. as I intVnrt 1
gainst uiem. , ' i - , ' I V
' ( ;.JAMKS NANCES
ake county May 18. --: '74 3t c
SfLENDID :t ASSOR PMENT
0 Seasonable ;Dry Gobtte,. Hardware,
uturyf Staffordshire Cliina, Ttain
fltid Cat Glassware. Hats. Hants
Shoes, Groceries, Foreign tind Jirhc-
THE SUBSCRIBERS; beg lrave announce
to the Public, that by the late arrivals, their
ssoriment 01 Goods m the above tin
complete; ;.": ".'r--'.-:'S i;,v : ,
Am the grerter part.of these Goods were bought
Casn sales m New-York. Phila1,Kl o4
Baltimore, they are enabled, in many instance's,
to sell them below.tlie original primfe cost ; and
purchasers would do well to give them a caliy as
they flatter themselves, from their Extensive
purchases bn the above terms, they 'cannot be
undersold by any House in the State. ! ,'
The subjoined h&i constitutes a part of the
leading Articles j i !
-' '! -' ' - , 1 s. . .' ( ' i
Superfine Blue an4 Black Cloths and Cassimeres
do Medley colors vdo ; . - do, .
Silk, Valentia atd Marseilles VestingsV'l
Prime; Black Castings and Circassians ! -Angola
and French Merino Cassimeres
Russia, French arid Irish Drillings - i
Black and colored Bombazeens, very tov
.4? ' do .Bombazetts assorted
Plain andi triped Cotton Cassimeres arid Gran
.. . durells ' . -.Q q
Mixed Linen Drillings and Wilmington Stripes
Russia and Imitation Sheetings I
Ticklenburg; Oznabur and Scotch Dowlas
4-4 & 7-8 Irish Lirieris and Lawns, ofi superior
. Grass BleSch' . 1 ' . ,.:-:f -4 .v
Irish Sheetings and Diapers of all widths and
- qualities- "I- ;. ' . . J t .
3- 4 4-4 & 6-4 Cambric Dimityia; very low prices
Furniture Dimity of all widths -f. 1
Long and Short India Nankeens - . f '
Calicoes in great variety, (much loioer than any
ever offered in this market,) ' t
Cambric and Seersucker Ginghams,of all descrip
tions '- ' ' '. v j 1 ; - -
Plain and Striped Batiste and Barege i -Long
and Short Fancy Gauze Scarfs and Hkts
4- 4 and 6 4 Bobinett f ; ,
Bobinett Lace and Edgings
Thread Lace and Edgings
White and Black Bobinett Veils
'.do and Green Gauze " do
Black and Fancy Colored Italian Crape, & Ha
Crape ... ' I - . . ;. :
Nankin, Canton and Mandarin Crape Robes and
1 - presses - ' 1 . . .:
Black and Fancy coloured Crape Shawls ;
Prime Black Italian Lustring and Sinchews
Jo ao na fancy Gros de Naples
ancy Colored bat 1113 and Florences
Gentlemen's Black Italian Cravats
Fancy Silk, Bahdano land Flag Hkfs
do -Cotton and Madrass . do
Imitation and Thread Cambric do
Linen Cambric, and Book .Muslin Hkfs.
Bordered Swiss Muslin Cravats -.'
4 4 & 6 4 .Cambric Muslin
4-4 & 6-4 Jaconet Muslin, plain arid figured
4-4 & 6-4 Book do do : ! do
4 4 & 6-4 Swiss do " .do do nms inm
h4-4.8t 6-4 Mull Muslins V - H i
Clarke's Spool Cottori, .Thread & Cotton Floss
Thread and Cotton Tapes and Bobbins ' f v .
Black, Blue arid W. B. Flax Thread ( v.
Prime Black, Blue arid assorted Sewing Silks ;
Ladies' and Gentlemen's White .& BUck Cotton
Gentlemen's White, Brown and Mixed half Hose
Ladies' and Gentlemens' French and English
5 Silk Hose and Gloves ; ' ' r I - .
Gentlemen's Black and White Silk half Hose
do Woodstock, Buckskin, Beaver; Dogskin
and Horseskin Glovfs. i : j
Ladies' Kid, Beaver and Horseskin Gloves, fan.
cy colored , . I . i. v '
Children's Horseskin Gloves ' T i '
Black and colored Silk Braids j V H 1 V
Satin and Lustriner Ribbons, of all numbers ; r "
Fancy, Gause and Garniture Riboons
'ancv. Gause and Garniture Rihon V 4 i
Waist Ribbons, very handsome style
Ladies' Travelling Baskets -Leghorn
and Straw Bonnets '
Ladies' Umbrellas and Parasols ' '
Gentlemen's Silk and' Cot ton Umbrellas i --j-'
do .Black. Brown & Drab Beaver Hati
do & Seal Caps I .
Black, and White
WOol Hats, iaree and Ismail
Ladies Prunella, Seal
. , and Boots . x'
- :.-v- w- . -7
Morocco Sc Leather Shoes
and Shoes, Seal and M6-
1 jocco Pumps, , . - . -. ; : ... -.. .1- .
Boy's Shoes and; Bootees, Children's Morocco
I - and Prunella Shoes ', .
Misses'. Leather, " Seal, Morocco and Prunella
Shoes ; '4 - y t :r ; f -r;..;
Coarse Shoes arid Brogaris, for Servants i f -' - -'
A general. assortment of Queensware; Hard-
.' warded ;:(totjery. .
Weeding Hoes, Trace . Chains,6cythe Blades I
Cutting Knives,: Hair and Wire Sifters t,
Lnghsh and Swedish Iron, assorted
English, American anil. Cerman Steel
Castings, of eveiy.descnptjon?" . ; -.J ,
Brown and Loaf Sugar. Prime Green Coffee s V
Gunpowder, Shotof all sizes. Bar. Lead I. - .
Young-Hyson, Imperial and Gunpowder Tea
Chocolate, London. Mustard, Inthtro ' r !i V
Alum, Copperas, , Brimstone, Maddev Spanish
miprown -v- :r:'-. " ' :r:. n;;
Cut'Na Is, of-all sizesrl Wrought do j i;v;.-;v'
French Brandy, Madeira Lisborir and Malaga
: Wines- -'? ; J;---t;;' .' ;t; '? -
Holland Gin Jamaica and N.. F Rum --:
Apple Brandy, OldJtyc and Country AVhlskey.
: With many other articles too numerous to le
inserted in ao adveiernent? U ' : -'"They
will also continue -to receive such art r
cles a may. be wanted dutingthe Summer, from
them Partner residing inrNewYork. ' k i:- 1
H AZLETT.& JtpBT. KYLE.
i I iietirn. i.4t!i Mav.,i8 - LMim' r rv.i. -v;-:-:. ... -. .i 7- -.-r
Ji UAIiES & SON have
the following New arid Popular Music
"( K) i'i beeh Roaming ! V';-;V :l
fv ;'tAVben you are Roamlnm f - v ;
Let ws hast 1o KelVih Grove . ;',
" ,w: mect too sprn to part.
V:.V.K ine IhittferQy. the Muthand the Bee
, ;.-iHey. thebonnie breast k'riot - :
V A Tire'? ing true but Heaven
. D'tm the stilly nigltt v , k .
:' j " Iut nre ali the S 6re
- . Take tht! Rose , - ' ; u
-i ; . ; Though ti all bin a!dream . : ' :
"- . ? OreweJl to thVe ArabVs daughter "
- And ye sha)l walk iri silk attire " V
- - To Ladies eyes' : 1 .- .. ;
- ,ast Kse 'f Summer l
- Ohrc.me 6 me when chht sets V'"
Smile ag.in mr bOnnieL-ie 1 - 1
v Swiftly glides'the" Boat , J X
H - The bonnie wee wifeV' ' '--'"v-i
' ; v ' The beautiful maid Jt . ' "
' . Fhcy clipped her pen in dci-.'.
Raleigh, May 16,. 1829. - V m' ;
The Souiliertf -MVr ; ;
7o. F. or; - ,
Is jiist received by J. Gales & Son. ' :
X. ' , CONTENTS.
Art. 1. Franklin's Narrative.
Sea, in the years 185, 1826 arid 1827, by John '
Franklin. Captain.R; N. F. K R Zr
an Aunt of4the Progress of. bchrniTt t
it r K,:.r ;. "r 1 jo xne expedition.
-.II. Cambridge. Course of Mathematics.--!;: An
Elementary Treatise on Plain .ndhpnUi
gonometry. and on the application of Algebra to'
Geometry ; from the Mathematics of Lacroix
and Bezourt-V-Translated . ' S?1'
the use of the Student. f .
metne.Analytique aDnliduceairr -J.TTt4-
3CLUIIU OllPJ t r 1 1 .
M. Bourdon, Chevalier, &c. " ; r.
. III. Stuart s Commentary on the' Hebrews "
A Commentary on lire Epistle to the Hebrewr '
r .ur ui aacrea literature in the TlieoloH
cal Seminary t Andover. n . ; - c"
-'-.IV l. r -.J' - . .
IV. On the ManufaeVnr c.::
Goethe's Wilhelm MeistervUbelm
Apprenticeship.- A Novel, ..om the
n Goethe. 4 vols. 12mn. :
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Vegetable Sirup and Powder.
FOR DISEASES OF THE LUNGS: V-
TH? Proprietor of this Medicine, after repeat'
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with the most signal success how offers
it to those who are afflicted with the wasrine
diseases which ft is desigriedrto relieve, 1n fuH
confidence that it will be found efficacious, par
ticularly if .taken m the incipient stages cf- these'
diseases.' A '-'y'i '.'vf;-. ; r'rX.:. ; . . . .
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titled, to particular consideration, n rnt..
that gentle perspiration wnich is deer: healthy
and checks thassweais which are ir.crbidand . '
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congestions of the lungs by giving force to the '
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diihcult respiration. - It. convcU 5 obstinate cos
tiveness, and thus leaves the bowels in a refmlMf
and healthy state. . Thus, it is found,-that titese
painful symptoms which indicate di
readily yield to this powerful remedy, when ssa!
sonably resorted. to v and that it restores the-rm- .'.'
tient to that bodily Vigouv which that cruel V
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