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LIBERTY... .THE CONSTITUTION... UNION.
NEWBEM, WEDNESDAY, APRff. 25, 1832.
BY THOMAS WATSON.
... ; TJRR '
rfchree dollars per annum payable in advance.
No paper will he discontinued (but at the discretion-of
the Editor) until all arrearages have been
Remittances by -mail will be .guarantied by
ihe Editor. - ' ' "
'.VS OP THE UNITED STATES PASSED AT THE FIRST
ifEPSiCN OF THE TWENTY-SECOND CONGRESS.
N ACT making appropriations fur the sup
joit of the army for year one thousand eight
hundred and tbirtv-two.
;.- it rn acted by the Serrate and House of
Jlrprrsrntatices of the United States of Arneri
, : in Congress assembled, That the following
Minis l)C, and the same are hereby, appropria
ted lor the support .of th canny for the year one
j'jocsnnd eight hundred and ihir'y-two, viz:
For pay of the army and subsistence of of
f.ccrs. one million one liundrod and twenty
mo thousand one hundred and forty-six dollars.
Fur arrearages in the Pay Department, fif
frrn thousand dollars, i
. For ! rnce of officers, forty-eight .thousand
v.r himdrcd and twenty-seven' dollars.
For clching for servants of officers, twenty
';'::: thousand cightj Jiundred and sixty dollars.
For subsistence, exclusive of that of officers,
in ;;'!-:lnion n, an unexpended balance oi one
hundred thousand (dollars, two! hundred and
.forty-five tliousarid diollars. ' ;
For cl;thing of the 'army, camp equipage,
nicking utensils, and hv piial furniture in ad.
r ! A i ; 1 1 1 ti material and clothing on hand, amoun
ting to thirty-five thousand dollars, one hun
lin .. and seventy-nine thousand- six hundred
mid thirty-two dollars. '
Forrociiical and hospital department, twenty
d: (;:-;:!'.'.! dollars,, in addition to an; unexpei ded
U.hnec.of eight thousand dollars.!
For vr.rious expenses !' Quariermaster-'s
Department, viz: For fuel, forav:C straw, sta
tibnarv. Id an!- :, repairing officers quarters,
liarriu ks, storehouses and hospitals ; for erect
ing temporary cantonments and; gun-liouscs,
inr n ut f quarters, store-houses, and land ;
i'or iio'.age of letters on public service: for
expenses ot courts martial, including eompetrf
satiun of judge advocates, members and wit-ivrs-cs
: for extra pay to soldiers jcmployed on
' rrctra labor, under the acts of Mreh second,
e".r thousand eight hundred and nineteen ;-and
; uses of expresses, escorts to paymas
: .;. and other , contingencies touQuarternias-
Vs Department, two hundred and fifty-five
'!k usand dollars. '
For transportation of officers .baggage, and
allowance for travel in lieu of transportation,
mid fur per diem allowance to officers on topo
.rru;hieal duty, fifty-five thousand dollars.
for transportation of clothing, subsistancc,
:iUnanee. and Of load from the mines, and for
iran-pnrtation of the army, and funds for pay
. of the arm v, includinjp.the several contingen
us and items of expenditure at the several
stations- and garrisons, (usually estimated un
l' r the head of transportation, of the army,
hundred and fourteen thousand dollars.
r -defraying the expenses of the Board of
MMtcrsat west 1'oint, (and Uieir travelling
expenses, two thousand dollars.
For fuel, borage, stationary, printing, trans
j ortation, and postage for the military acade
my, eight thousand seven hundred and sixty-iu-o
dollars. " ' '
I ot r; Jisiruting the out-buildings attached to
"West Point academy, and for improvements
onmcted therewith, one thousand five hun-f-rc!
l or iTcneral renniri? nf "Rnrrftplcp.. rndniidps.
one thousand eight hundred and fifteen, paya
ble through the Third Auditor's office, five
thousand dollars. '
To enable the Second Auditor to close the
accounts, under the act of third March, one
thousand eight hundred and twenty-one, allaw
ing three months' gratuitous Pay to disbanded
officers and soldiers, five 'hundred dollars.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That the
Secretary of War be authorized and required
to settle, adjust, and pay the claifns of the mili
tia called out by competent authority, or recei
ved into the service of the United States, by a
General Officer of the United States' Army, in
the year one thousand eight hundred and thir
ty one and all charges and expenses incident
to the service of said troops, agreeably to the
provisions of the third section of an act making
appropriations for the military service of the
United States, approved twenty-first of March,
one thousand "eight hundred and twenty-eight,
which provides for the payment of like expen
ses, and troops called out in one thousand eight
hundred and twenty seven; find that the sum of
fifty-five thousand two hundred and thirty-two
dollars, be appropriated for the said object, to
be paid out of any money in the Treasury.
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
J. C. CALHOUN,
Vice- President of the United States,
and President of the Senate.
Approved, March 22, 1832.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
COURT OF PLEAS AND QUARTER SES
February Term, A. D. 1832.
George Bryan, John M. Bryan,
Johnson Bvyan, Elizabeth Clifton,
Jesse Nobles and Rachel his wife,
John Hollo way, Bryan Hollo way,
Samuel Smith a,nd Mary his wife &
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
tnat the defendants reside hevondthe limits
of the State of North Carolina, It is ordered, scneme.
S Y LVESTER 130, Broadway, N. York.
THE "Ever and all Lucky Sylvester" con
tinues weekly to dispose of most of the
capital Favours of Fortune in the New York
Lotteries : and his success this year has hither
to been unprecedented. He begs to call the
attention of his friends and the public at large.
Petition for t0 the brilliant schemes which are drawn everr
division of Wednesday in the Citv of New York. The
following are the next Lotteries to be drawn,
Wednesday 2d May,
Class, 7o !..'.
A Real Ms.ini?
nd a favourite
That publication be made in tji North Caro
lina Sentinel, for five weeks, successively, that
the said John Holloway, Bryan Holloway,
Samuel Smith and Mary his wife, and Winni
fred Holoway, appear before the. Court of
Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Craven County,
at the Court-house in Newbern, on the second
Monday in May next, and plead, answer or
demur to said petition, otherwise., the same
M - - - . '
- Capitals 4G.000. ftlO.000 &.c.
10 of 81000. 10 of 800, 10 of (-00, 10 of 500,
&c. &c. &c.
Tickets only $10 and the Lowest Prize $12 ! ! !
This is the sort of scheme that the Patrons
of Sylvester like, and well they may, as he
lias invariably been the happy vender of the
highest prizes. He has a large apartment of
tickets,- and early application is necessarv ni
will be taken pro covfesso, !as to them, and j they are likely to be scarce lonbcfure the day
heard accordingly. ' of drawing.
Attest, J. G. STANLY, Clcrh I Wednesday 9th May,
$5 Class. No. 14 3 oi 6U 0,000 Scc. 5ic. 6ct
m Important Intelligence.
To my Friends and Patrons.
In eccordance with the laws of the Staii
New-York, our Lotteries will soon cease, ahi
in a very short time the chances for obtaining
a 41 comfortable" will pass away. In tlie course
of a few months pat the Fickle Goddess has
been unusually lavish Trith her favours to the
patrons of the Court of Fortune, and a great
many have "touched the leaders,'! and ppssf-'
sed themselves of the Splendid Caoital rmcV.
Was it not rn invariable practice with mc to
pay strict attention to secrcsy in the LotteVv
department of my business, I "could furnish the.
names of many of the favoured ones since I ha'd.
the pleasure of selling the Capital of 820,000 to
two Southern gentlemen. Over ONE MI7''
LION of DOLLARS have been scattered tt
various parts of the World from t my establish
men is within the past two years; and I intend
to keep open doors at the Palace of Fortune.- -thus
rendering the Road to Wealth easy cf ac
cess to all" who are disposed to partake of ifie
The following truly handsoxne Lotteries will
be drawn in the course of a few weeks.
ACT supplementary to the several laws
for the sale of Public Lands.
Be it enacted by the Senate end House of
Representatives of the United States of America
in Congress assembled. That from and after
the first day. of May next, all the public lands
of tlie United States", when .offered at pri
vate sale, may be purchased at the option of
the purchaser, cither in entire sections, half
sections, or quarter sections, or half quarter
sections, or quarter quarter sections; nut! m ;
every case cf a division of a half quarter sec-j
tion. the line for the division thereof shall run !
east and n-rs't. nnrl i)io rnrnori nrwl nrt .; f i nn Uash,ns
the Newbern Post Office, April i
1st, is. j
Efishn Arno'd, Lemuel Andrews. Cant. Asa An-1
ihony, J. Aykrojd.
B Christopher Brock, Rev'd. R. S. Baker (2). .Tofm
son Bryan, Theophiuis Brown, U rn C. Bradlry Dr!.
Koim), J i os Birminfjiiam, li Berry . ; PS fi. l .m t.
favorit's and is generally called
Mrs Mar Aon -Burrow, .John V Bac!vhou-e (2), 'Mrs,
Polly Biggins, B. A- Burhatn, Lieut. N. B. Buford, J. IV.
From his always seiiing the $10,000 Prizes.
sCp Orders by letter always niect tlie same
attention as personal application, when addres
sed to S. J. SYLVESTER, L10 Broadway New
N. Y ork Consolidated LotteiTi
Class, No. 13, for 1S32,
To be drawn the 2d of May, 1832,'
latcs $ Zrintyre, Managfrsn
CG ""fniber Lottery 10 drawn Ballot.
C. T (J. Carman, S. W. Cook, E. Clark, B C'ir:.- .imperial size it contains the latest foreign and j
domestic news much interesting original audi
selected readinrmatter, its counterfeit lists nave
saved thousands of dollars to his subscribers,
and Patrons it is given gratis to those who
deal with Sylvester.
' A . ,. , i Su?an fnf-en, Ran-'fold Green Mis- Jlnr
quarter quarter sections, which may therc;.tter u d,-. J H,,gh. s, jamf- Howard, p.
be sold, shall be ascertained as nearly as mav ev (2), Josephus Hail. Dr. W. J. Hurris.
-e-S ilonse.t Ifhrorc' '4nt Trkcc-.rc, Onarfpri
i re House, wharfs, carts, boats, fences,
'2(is. paints, and other objects,- four thousand
rigM hundred and twenty-live dollars.
1 or renewal and repairs of fife-grates, one
undred and fifty dollars. ! f
pay of Adjutants' and Quartermaster's
be, iu the manner, and on the principles, direc
ted and prescribed by the second section of an
at L entitled "An act concerning the mode of
surveying the public lands of theUnited "States,"
passed on the eleventh day of February, eigh
teen hundred and five; and fractional sections,
containing fewer or more than one hundred and
sixty acres, shall, in like manner, as nearly as
may be practicable, be subdivided into quarter
quarter sections, under such rules and regula
tions as may be. prescribed by the Secretary of
the Treasury: Provided That this act shall
not be construed to alter tiny special provision
made by law for the sale of land in town lots:
And, Provided also, That no person shall be
permitted to enter mere than one half quarter
section of land under this act, in quarter quar
ter sections, in his own name, or in the name of
any other person, and in no case, unless he in
tends it for cultivation, or for the use of his im
provement: And the person making application
to make an entry under this act. shall file his
and her affidavit, under such regulations as the
Secretary of the Treasury may prescribe, that
he or she makes the entry in his or her own
name, for his or her own benefit : and not in
trust for another: Provided, further, Tljat all
actual sellers, being house-keepers, upon the
public lands, shall iiavc the right of prc-emptm?)
to enter, within six months after the passage
of this act, not exceeding the quantity of one
half quarter section, under the provisions of
'.Lis act to include his or their improvements
under such regulations as have been, or may
be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury:
and in cases where two persons shall live upon
the same quarter section subject to be entered
under the provisions of this act each shall have
the right to enter that quarter quarter section
which includes his improvement.
Approved. 5th April, 1832.
1 fork,. nine hundred dollar
1 or increase and expenses oft the Library,
''urtcen hundred dollars. j
J (,r Philosophical apparatus, seven hundred
: i-inetv dollars. : !
t or models for department of engineering,
hundred dollars. . ,
or models for the drawing department, re
j "irs of instruments ifor the mathematical de
partment, anaratus and continp-encies for the
Vpanment of cheniistrv, eight hundred and
'Hy-yen deliais. j .. j
Miscellaneous items and incidental expenses
f i;ie academy, one thousand six hundred and
hvonty-five -dollars. j
i For contingencies of the Army, ten thousand
' '-''liars. ' '
For the National Armories, three hundred
"iid sixtv thousand dollars. ; ' -
, 'or the armament ot tortihcations, one hun
Cred thousand dollars.
t or the current expenses of the ordnance Dester BuTM
sllCO. sprnntv lluiunmt (nlira I
CHEAP DRY GOODS.
PjlHE subscriber has just opened anew and
H handsome assortment of fresh imported
mmn & (d (D m a 9
Which he offers to the Ladies of Newbern, and
the public in general, at very reduced prices,
at the Store formerly occupied by Willaim J.
Handcock, on Pollock-street, one door from the
corner of Craven-street.
J. VAN SICKLE.
Newbern, 27th March, 1832.
RAISINS, SEGARS, etc
half boxes box Raisins,
Spanish Segars of best quality, in
half and quarter boxes,
Loaf Sugar of superior quality,
1 hhd. superior Old Antgua Rum,
"Received this day, per schooner Perseve
rence, and for sale by
JOSEPH M. GRANADE, feCo.
Newbern, 2Sth March, 1832.
Mai lin Cook, Thos. Colbarn. J. M Collins. Miss Swsaa1
Aiv Carrawjiy, W. D. ChadwicW, J. C. Cole .Janss
B. Carrey . Church Oilman.
.U m Onugall Mrs. Klsz. C. Dixon (2).
F. Mr. A Edm. nson (-2). M ss W. W. Ernul, John
rias'ou, I'rcf-mati Elli.
F. Be.jamin Fiarn r, J.,hn V Fa yres, IVTiss F.lirRbt-th
Forhes, Thos- J Fonviplle. David D Fratur. Wn, Frfsh
waterC.npt. Zchulon Fa rep Mis Elizabeth F"sctie
G Amos GasUins: Ozia; Gilbert, K. Griffllh, M'S.
Mrs. San!. Goldston Mrs & dill- Miss
nrriet A. Gren
J. James Jones, Henry Jacobson,. John Ives, Roger
Jones, A Jacobson.
K. Charl-s JCelly, Georgo Kinney, Sfrphen Jxincev.
S. Lemuel Low-en l- A, '
M. Jntnes McKa , F Morris, Dr. Mares Mips Maria
Millei, Richard Meilwain J. B M-a-s. Rev. Th s. Meri-
:ids, Georpe Me'-vLk. Giiillord Mnvphy. Vi. i.cCuv.
IV It. Newfon, J. N. Nelson, W. M. Nehon, Rev. A
P. Austin Frescoit. Miss II. P- Ik Mrs. L. Polk, Wm.
Palmer, Moses Payne, Michael Powers. Mrs. Ann Paul.
R J. H. Richardson. Saml. Itean, John G. Roe. Mrs.
Mary Rhem, George Roe, Mrs Sidney Rice.
S. George Sinclair, Israel Sheldon. J. Sarnps- n, Mrs.
Aneta Sparrow, Samuel Stewart, Arthur -pock. Clifford
F Simpson, r'p. G Smith, D. hine, P. P. killmon,
John 1). Smith, S crr-rm v of St John's Lodge,
T Jonas B. Flu mf-s, Elijah Taylor, R. K.Torrans.
V. Edward Vail, John W . Vail
W. Eld-r David Whitford, Becton TVatkins, .Tordon
. Wright. A. J. Warrick, Mrs Margaret W Williamson.
THOMAS WATSON, Ij, M
BACOX, PORK, LARD, &c.
rlbs. new Bacon, assor
tk WGJr ted, of prime quality,
0 bbls. prime Pork,
50 kegs (30 to 40 lbs. each) prime leaf Lard,
fi firkins good Goshen Butter.
Fresh Hyson, Gunpowder and Imperial Teas,
5 bbls. Lurap and Loaf Sugars,
2 hhds. good ew Orleans do.
12 " prime retailing iMolasses,
1 lierce superior Neuvilas Honey,
12 bae;s prime green St. Domingo Coffee,
1 2 pieces 43 inch heavy Dundee Hemp Bagging j
10 coils Bale Rope,
10 doz. " Beer's" long bright bitted Axes,
For sale by
JOSEPH M. GRANADE, & Co.
Newbern, March 7, 1832.
acr t u i t i o n. .en
"MAV1NG located myself as a Teacher on ;
Ll Brown's Sound, near the residence of
David Ward, Esq. 1 take this method of solicit-
ing the patronage of those who may have a- de
sire to place theirchildren or wardl under my j
tuition. Strict attention shall be paid to stu-!
dents in their respective studies.. Board may
be had proximate to the institution, on moderate
terms and in respectable families. The School
being permanent and the situation healthy,
will, I flatter myself, be inducements to parents
and guardians to favour me with their patron
age. Terins of tuition, 1 per session of 60
days, for spelling, reading, writing and arith
metre ; and $0 do. for bookkeeping and sur
veying. C. C. PpWERS.
Onslow, 20th March, 1832. 1
LOTTERY INFORMATION ! ! !
ioroo, Market-street, iiailimorc. s j
3" Letters receive the same attention as on personal f
J. SYLVESTER respectfully invites the j
WZj'O attention ot his friends and patrons in
Newbern and the adjoining counties, to the
following list of Lotteries that are soon to be
MARYLAND STATE LOTTERY,
Class No. 3, for 1832 to be dra wn in Baltimore
on Saturday the April, 1832.
Sixty Number Lottery Nine drawn ballots.
Yates & McIntyre, Managers.
- - - 10,000
- - - 6,000
- - - 4,104
- - - 3,000
- t - 2,000
- - - 1,000
- - - 800
- - - GOO
- - - 500
- - - 400
- - - 200
- - 150
- - - 100
- - - 70 ,
- - - GO
- - - 50
- - - 40
- - - 24
- - - 12
- - 10,000
- - 6,000
- - 4,104
- - 3,000'
- - 2,000
- - 10,000
- - 8,000
- - 6,000
- - 5,000
- - 4,000
- - 4,000
- - 6,GtfO
- - 5,600
- - 3,920
- - .3,360
- - 2,8db
- - 4.4S0
- - 52,410
- - 184.S0O
I 1 prize of 812,000 is 612,000
1 5000 5000
! 1 12,70 12,70
j 5 1000 5,000
5 200 2,500
18 300 3000
20 200 4000
41 100 4,1000
51 50 2,520
51 30 1,530
102 20 2,040
102 15 1,530
1530 8 12,240
11475 4 45,000
18,040 prizes, amounting
Tickets 610, Shares in proportion.
New York Consolidated Lottery,
Class, No. 14, for 1832,
To be drawn Wednesday, May 9, 1S32
Yates 6c M'Iniyre Managers.
GO Number Lottery 9 drawn Ballots;
13,395 prizes amount to
Tickets only 8 4 shares in proportion 20 1
Tickets in each Package. j
Tickets $ 10, and no Prize less than $ 12.
New York Consolidated Lottery
Class No. 13, for 1832, to be drawn in the City
of NewYrorkon Wednesday 2d May, 1832.
66 No. Lottery 10 Drawn Ballots.
Prize of $40,000
I of 10,000 is
I - - 10,000 - -
I - - - 10,000 - - ,
1 - - 4,270 - -
5 - - - 1,000 -
10 - - - 500 - -
10 - - - - 300 -
20 - - - - 200 - - -
35 -;' - - 100 - -
51 - - - 50 - - -
-61 - - - 40 - .
51 - - - . 30 - - -
51 - - - - 25 - -
102 - - - - 20 - - ,
1,530 - - - - 10 - -.
11,475 - - - - f - -
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
rebruary Term, A. U. 15d4.
- 1 A I. A
v t. , . .i ' i i " . . - if. unjriuai Aiiaeiimein..
, 1 r .rsenais, sixty mousanuj seven nundred ! Jacob J. Doty . S
. an Arsenal in Florida, twenty thousand
Of tlin nnrtiMn.r rnnriixl H'OntT'.fllllr t Jl nil. o : 1 - . , tt ', i-- v d
, . . ' filing scHit., mauc iui ma. wt-eKsin ihc iNortn Carolina oen-
anunine hundred lollars. in! addition to an tinel. that said 1
' 7 v.iv-nuajii atUCul UL J Vl
'"pendctl balance of fifteen thousand dollars. Court of Pleas and Quarts Sieirm nf Onslnw
! Tf T appearing to the satisfaction of the Court,
1VT T A 1 I i
li rursuance oi uie itjruiss ui u uruu ui
Trust, executed unto the subscribers, bv
Alfred Stanly, to secure the payment of a debt j
to the Bank of Newbern, will be sold, at the I
Court-House in Newbern, on the. 27th day of
UPWARDS OF TWENTY SLAVES,
prizes, amount to $136,850
Tickets $5 Shares in proportion,
For the Capitals in" any of the above
first-rate Lotteries, please be particular to ad'-;
dress all orders, by mail or othermse, directed
to ANTHONY H. SCHUYLER, New-York,
who has the privilege of referring to the firs)
housed in the United States, aid among them
the Managers, Pilessrs. Yates & M'lntyre.
18040 I i zes amounting to
that the Defendant is not an inhabitant of i oriwinal" sum. tintil the debt is brought down
mis state: it is ordered, That, publication be . to 8100.
Ticket S10-hair5-quar ter $2 50,eighth 81 35.
rr3 Certificates of Packages of 22 tickets in
this Lottery containing all the numbers (from
i 1 4-. fiti inrl,,r.4.T 1 .111" .1 I IT
cii.. i ut 1 A.M.tw T)ip J LU w-iuuusnc tinu euuuin? ine noiaers, to
wi unusually vuin iiuaiiiv uim uimuvi. ! , -
terms of .salAill L foaDDroved notes withall,lh av draw over the small prizes of 812 ,
. fi,., riant at" pu-liprn. i ana, may be ..
ki1 . J?: a .l.owM.r innrPst A Certiticate lor -2 wlioK
trom the date. The purchasers win oe permu
ted by the Bank to renew their notes every
ninety days, so long as the renewal notes shall
be approved of by the Directors, on paying
regularly on each renewal. one tenth ol the
i t l.i
or the contingent expenses of the recruit- County, at the Court House in Onslow, on the!
service, thirteen thousand eight hundred first Monday of May next, and replevy or plead '
JOHN W. GUION, )
JOHN CO ART. S
Newbern, April 16th, 1832.
' 1 .4 kT rr
in addition to an unexpended" balance to issue, or Judgment final will be rendered fYTY7ILL be paid for a young Negro Man
0 nine thousand dollars.
i V V Inquire at the Office of the Sentinel.
'ov arrearages prior t0 the first day of Joly. Attest, DAVID W. SANDERS, Clerk I Newbern, 18th April. 1832,
:c following rates:
ckets f $118
ban do. 59
22 Quarter do. 29 50
do. 22 eighth do. 14 75
Tickets and Shares and Packages, in the a
bove Lotteries, may be had in the greatest va
riety of numbers, at SYLVESTR'S Offices.
3- Orders from the country by mail, or by
private hand, will receive the most prompt at
! tention , and the " Bulletin" containing the
! official account of the drawing of each, will be
forwarded immediately on its event.
S. J. SYLVESTER,
Baltimore, April 10. 1832.
C. S. PLEASANTS, Dentist
PFHENDERS his acknowledgments for the cfr-
U- couragement lie has received sincehisar
rival in Newbern, and wishes to inforn thepubiic:
that he intends staying here but for a very short
time; he therefore hopes that all those wishing
his services will call on him as soon as possibles
Gangreene removed, and the decaying teeth
rendered artificially sound by stopping with
gold, foil, &c. Teeth extracted-when neces
sary, with safety, and old fangs, stumps Or
roots, remaining in the sockets causing ulcers,
gumbiles, alveolar abcesses, and consequently "
in many cases, reducing the health, removed .
with care. r
He has lately received from New lork a'
further supply of beautiful artificial ana
natural Teeth, Gold, &c His charges
are reasonable. He can be found at the
Ladies waited on at their, residences, if- re
Newbern, April 18th 1832.
Tico Sets Stage Harness,
JIRST quality, PhiladelphiaWde, for sale
J by JOHN TEMPtETON" -
April 18th, 1832.
WHISKEY & APPLE BRANNY
K bbls. old Monongahela Whisker..
OAS 1 bbl. Very Superior old ditto
4 bbls. Apple Brandy,
Received this day by schooner Lima fk'plp
Baltimore, and for sale by - f
JOS. M. GRAKADK Q$