; '.- u 'Aa;
-y '' ' '1.1- -
Oartare the Bani of alT.dillfihtfn
Uwwarp'd by prtr ragr Hk Brtkr.
Pithlifihed fry requrxt. ,
jar.PTC AL COMMUNTOATIOK.
f,0!t THE VaTIOVAL IKTELLIGFFP.;
T hae n1wjvs toiJhf it a reep
. aprirfec tn Hrrvf r a rrain method rf
cnrn, evr n the UrMet diasf f fMn to
sccumnlate th !art Tnrt.unend who
ever compass tbe f rmer. J ftprr. not
crv happier, but wiser and Setter too."
' ' ' .
There a iR- T,ib'. tf
s;xtf, ii;tinn or Mdirai
Corr"'on cr varni!v PHyicin,?
treating, in a. rlear ami Vconeise man
ner, of the iipa?p of- the- Trnifed
phtes, ivith thir names, svmptnm,
causes, cure,, regimen and mean of
T-rpventinn : comrrnn caesMrt ur?-
rr, 88 fractures, dioratinns, :c.' the
tranajrrmpnt and diseases of women
ami children, with a 'Jirpnator. for
preparing family medifine jind a glos
sary explai"njr technical terms. To
vhich are added n !rir Anatmv and
"p!iT!o!o?v 'of the humnn bodv.'lisplav
jrc its mechanism, and the laws thaf
joTrp itt economy, and clearly point
in"' out, on rational principles, the
c!oe!and cure of dieaes:An Ks
faT on Hvciene, orthe art of preserv
ing 1 ealh, shewing: that. bv the non
ujtural?. air, foml, exercise, sleep, e
T3coation, and paions, the most
feeMe frames, ivithout the aid of me
dicine, may attain both pleasurable
. lif an great aje : , v
An American , Materia Medic.a, "point
Inpout thrse precious simples wherewith
God has graciously stored our meadows,
fit'h's and wrods, for the heainfi; of our
diseases, and rendering us happily inde
pendent of foreign incdif'nes, which,
thor.ch sometimes hard to be phrained,
are frequently adulterated and always
cpsth : AUo;-the; Kures Guide, des
cri' ir'tr the qualif cations and detallinc the
duties of a nurse, and teaching the mode
cf preparing the various articles of diet,
suita le-for the sick. The whole forming
a crnplete guide to health, both of mihd
The Medical Companion; in i's corhpa
ratively unfinished form, ws ponored
with the cmn,enJati' i s " niunv med; ,
characters, placed hv univerial snfrape
at the tirad of the healinc art in the Unit
ed States ; and also bv th sale tf fv
larr.e editir-ns, with a. rapidly increasing
dcirand for the sixth ; yet the author,'
sensible that it mi?;ht be rendered still j
jrote complete, and bett r calculated for j
geneial utility, has devoted much of his
un-e ana aneniion .in maK'n niuirnvf-
. . , ,". . . .- 1
ir.cr.ts : and has' in tlvs txth edition in- ;
j ..... ? .
trodnred near thrre. hundred pages of
new nd intereting matter, which cannot
fail greatly to enhance its value. - '
Ir. the present, state of "the science of
medicine, daily improving by experience,
and adding rapidly to thenumher ofvalu
.aMe remedies, he felt it incumbent on him
toerlaree considerably 'on the disease'
prtraiiv, as well as to make oth.er-ad.ui-tirns,
which a work of tl is nature requir
ed, in crder to its increased usefulness.
In a familiar style he ha pointed out
s ti e modiit operandi of the different reme
dies; given the prognostics of diseases ;
rrt ccd more particubtrly the circumstan
ces whence the disorders originate, for.
the purpose of guarding against their oc
currence; distinguished those cases which. I
. jtMr" reacily to simple means, from those,
lich require the regular 'atteriuaixe of a
nrrdira practitioner"; and detailed the
trrar.s of checking or retarding the pi.o-
gu :srf such cases. .. . .
On the management and. diseases of
"women he has, with the aid of the,-most
popular authors, on the subject, given a
ccacription of the complaints to which
Uiey are liable, with instructions for their
treatment, plain enough to be understood
r tK j i. . z. ; ,i
..cuufA5, or cne patienu., inem-1
:eive9; and hich hesmcerely hopes will,
IB a measure. Prevent a fnrther sarnfire
f precious lives,' by- the .misconduct of
unskilled mid-wives. CTo' all whicli has
been added a general sketch of thedisea
f infants and childhood. '
V ith a view of correcting the gross er
roTsof the attendants op the sick, which
is certainly of va t importance to. roan ,
kiid, there is introduced the Nuiaes
J'J'cle ; and by this treatise it i& to be
ped one. unitorm method will be attain
ctJ. and that ignorance will no longer be a
Desirous that nothing .hou!d be omit
"o, which in the least would add to the
erf'"? f thc Wblt beliaa greatly improv
a the Dispensatory, which is now ar-
'-"Sea m a manner that will not in the.
3. perplex the reader ; , ha
yred to render each formula
wn as concise and clear.
talremarL-B .,...,u -i. . . ?
He .::: " " f ttMi vCbmpiredithn Eufopean Booksbf
so tha Tin w,se a detailed Indexj J ' the same nature; it'has, especially iu re-"
maJ tl ? hl,c"fc0A diiease lhe readerlativm to the ti-eatment of the tliseaiei of
the bulk'of thevclme might,
of the Ujnstration tinder-the Head of Hy
cienr; bei: O'tfte irnporta'rice compared
to tf. matter now introduced. . .
'It is not to one' description of persons
alonev that; te- Medjcat rrmn'anion-wiU
prove beneficisTJhut to every class of so
ciety.. ToJthe student whose theoretical
lcnowled ha9 pnly pre pa, rid him to corri '
nienre the nrr'uQus duties of his profes
son, it, cannot he otherwise than exceed-
1 iojly useful ; for it will not . he, denied,
ithat the rposi Experienced practitioner
-'occasionally feels the want of a en id ? in
' Ids practire. it 5s worthy to be noticed,
when the first edition of, this worfc was
presented tothe:ubljc..Prvfessbr Barton
with his usual liberality and philanthroi
PV, enjoined upon Ti:s pupils to prnhuref a
-copy ot it otore they entered , upon Mhe
dnties of their profession, obserfine at the
.same time that'.he himself had profiVed ;j
hv it in pi.iCtic.e, refreshing his memory
of what he had read in more voluminous i
works.. - j I - ' ii
To every family, more esnecially thse
i inremote situations, t?e pocie-son of this
book must be of tncateulab'e value ; for,
.Conducted by such a! guide, it will not be
presumpuicius to,sav, that nv person of
j tolerable capacity -trd reasonable atten
; tion, mav be oa'ified. to practice wirh
safety and advantaere ;n the rases of -rlisf
ease most incidental .to on cl'rrate. Vfa-
ov famiTes are,?:ioratn ever, of the mode
to prepare the various articles of diet
suitah'e for the s;rk. and with such the 1 !
i Nurse's Guide, as a family assistant, must I j
be a va'u hi- acquisttHn . . i
fo difBise medical 'knowledge, is the 1
I mwji ui uu-ti mime oi cuccKing xtne ca- ;
'i in t mi'ii iim ; u-,'eing evKient, f
quacks are nitrttircd and .sustained exclu- j
stvely by the-prejudice of mankind in!
U thrir favor, arming from thir inabdi'v to i
jjurle rightlv of their mrrrt." A popular 1
j medical education is aNo. highly impor J
tant; on the on; h n 1 preventmr nnne- i
cessarv apprehensions, resnectinr svmn-
toms no means dangerous ; and on the
other hand, giving the alarm, where de
lav might prove fatal. And Aaiir, there
are sigHtions in whirh a Ihrle meiical
knowltdre may be of emeriti,! service to
... . , j .. f ,
i the coirtfoi t, of even lffe- of the patient,
f Kr .1 ' . . '
. "tmrt irmar assistance, could oe pro-
! Cured. ; .
The well established cl a racier of the
Medical .Companion ridrntly proves,
that, h.td proposals been issued for phb-
edition of he- work as' f as nreUl K;t
uviune, uy. : juvscnptioiu sus improved
spring by manv inPuential friends' parti
cularly 'MrTtibers of Cor.gr ess, who pro
mised their cofdjal support in the differ
ent sections of our country, innumerable i
subscribers would have been obtained bv
this time. But in coneience of the fre
qnent;impositions practised utwn the' 15!e-
J ral part of . the . community, in oKta;ning
),.,. ,if ... f , .
snlscr!itionsiX'ftre pnblica".,n. for hots
, ... i - ' . .
of little r no value, and Neivg fnJy con
I vmced of the importa: e of ie additional
matter now ititrod-ce w'odd, n,,on 'he
slightest exanvnktTC v. m oi'vioua as to
induce thrse who i;r rri r,f.th
I former editions, also.' o bee me'purriia- I oal do an of humanity in giving the vfrfm, nca.JCJFc&'akscmblcdM?
r si rs.i it 'was-thought mo t -ad Sable not to j ja'oye an insertion in t!u:(r respective na-3,e:$ttftj 0f two iimdred and sixty-ifive
icsll t.;e attention ;-f the public to the im- irsV 'Wr'- ... ' ' ' . .' . tJipusind .one.hundred and fo
ptwementsnntil'thc wo U was po.hli lud.
-And tow, with eirire co "fd-er.ce in its
, merits, w ich is c'crrobra'd by nume.
rous tesfimonialsf piefi ed to theVwork,
from some of the most istiueuijhed phy-
MC'ans in tne United ht-te i ts rcsrject-
: r.'iiladelfih a. Dec. 51, 1 SO?. '
Dear Sir : T have crefnllv: infused
your work," 7V Medical Coyhtianion"
j and take' much pleasure in expi essinX my
entire apprbba'ion of jherdan, and of the j
utility ' with whiclv you have conducted j
i your inbuiries. Your book cannot Tail to
.'be a vu y aceeptablevYeseut to tlie public
" F-"i "u epcciaiiKiu uuruwii coun- T
. 1 j n.- . - J
trymen. I really am of opinion, that vou
are e -titled to owch praise for, the pains
j which you have taken in ffurntshing qs
with a work, 'the want af ,which has -long
j been extieTiencedamong osivr
B. S. BARTON, M. D.. ;
Prnfptcnr rf X u tori'j VI oAr
' . Natural History, and Botany. '
. Dr. James Ew;ell. ' . -
V ! t 1 PMaJeffihiaiJfug 13. 1816-
' Dear Sir J -1 have looked? over,'' with'
some care, the copy of the- 'Flurd Edition
. of the Medical C'owflTHow.'whTCli .-ypii
j did me thf ivour to present tor me.
j . v By tlie additions and revisions given to
f thin new impression of the work, lt'is not
i only enlarged, but exceedingly improved.
quninted. v;,. '
,Q C01 decided superi.
.fullv submitted to the p'I)1t for their ge- 1 ' nc tue.suo.jecr or iiye. . Approved Jan.
.ni-oiis-i.atrnnfl. .. ; . ! i Stock, respectfully report to this Society, . , , - irU''-
I How far the wife's f t'.e auihor iive :h-at on f hursdaythe ?4th-ult. they at- U An act to repeal iart 'of an
been accomplished, i-. ro tribofine, his : n,,5u o...f...Mn v i.,rxo,um,c.n oi v , the f State- ot -Maryland,.:-.
;mi-e to the cause of h'tt-namtv. the reader ,Slock; r-es , themselves higiily i784. and rKiwti force in
- islef n ;, !.m fr;...' .r,.iin'w;nn. i-.(i;,U'!f .herl with the size and. good appear- 1,"- s ,r ,WP ntHtrir't- of KC;
: that the success of this literary lritliiclL i.,,v thiiinmantfei-'Bviihe Heri ComIv; H trar the second geueratiou ot Uaited4;
generous and Benevolent disposition. With
crreat respect, I am, dear sir; yours. Sec.
N. CfJAPMAK M.-D.
Professor of the Institutes 8c Practice
bf Medicine and'Clinical Practic
i in thetJni-ersity nf iMuisylvania;:!
- '--v tidltintoreNov. s 1822
'Dear Sir: I have been truly gratified
in the perusal of theSix'h Edition of your
'Medical Companion, 'or. Family PhysU
The -improvements made in ' this hew
impression of your, wrrk, compared with
the former editions, are indeed extensive
and important. ; Independent of your ha v
ine enlarged ronsiderab'.y on diseases gen
erally, you have introduced additional
matter, which greatly enhances its value;
. The introduction of t-e Nursv's Gu dt , as
also the- treatise you have given on the
management of fetnale complamts, will
i hiive the most happy efvets ;n correctmg
th"? pross trfors daily committed by igoo-
raot persons and thereby save many va
i lilable livs. :' :'A :. -. '.''
i T do not hesitat to say; that this , new
i edition of your vMe '?c d Companion is de-
fjdedly the best popular treatise on Me
dicine thaC.hts'e.ve.r been published ; and
useil gukie for heads of families, as. well
a for voung practitioners of medicine, I
take much pleasure in recommending it
to the attention of our fellow citizensi
both in town and country
I WH orlv add, if your book meets with
that encfMiragemenf to which it is justly
.'entitled, you will very soon be called up-
on, by the public, fir another edition,
I nm", dear sir, with much icspect, your
friend and eervHnt . ,
CGIJN MACKENZIE, M. D.
Dr. James Ewell. . 'i
Baltimore, 1 8 th'.Yo v. 1822.
Dffar Sirr.'Vhcn the Medical Comia- '
'anion was first published, 1 ..considered it ,
ered it ,
greatly superior to every work ot that
character I had read. I have noV read
j the sixth edition, and am much gratified
in having it in my power to s:iy, that in N
this edit top you have so enhanced the.va- -
.hie -of the iwork as to claim my uriijuali-:
ficd approbatl-m. '
Dr. Kosh, d-tnng mv vesider.te in .j tus
, honsei often )kc of his toteutioji-to pub- ' i
' lish a Medical Wcs k. frr tiiC live of fHiui-
lies, adapt cd to th climate of t hr United
Siates.v. As he reserved it' for the last ct
Hof his labors, for the benefit '.of : inankind,
(unhappily he did: not live to accomplish
I his design. I.) the work now --presented
to the public, yo'.i have tulhiled the patri
joticntentic.ns of the great and good Rush,
j to the u'most extent, ar.d I Sincert ly hope
.your re ward may be as it deserves, ample.
I am. dear sir, very truly, yours',:.
I ASHTOV ALEXANDER. M D. -
Dr. Jajiks Evtell.
As. the -lisj-rmir.atiou of the . -'Medical
!omPnion " '
with a publi,
in uuauestionaoiv ne nitenfi-:
i " ) 9 m "' .-2 f
c benefit, t!ie Editors pf
rotigho.it tlie United States t
IVashirigion, Jan. 3, J823.
, From the JVeateni CaroKniiin.
Raw AN AGRICULTURAL' .SOCIETY.
tance generally of the. animals brought
forward. I rv.s exhibitionj although but
the effort- of an infant society, plainly
stvjys the great utility atid importance of
SxicH institutions, and does much credit
(to the zeal of its membersT -'This com -
mittee rrport, that pf the stock'produced
Samuel Jones had the best bull calf, Win,
llf Wiid the best heifer calf, John Baird,
jr.Hhe best boar pig anU Samuel Jopes
the best sow pig ; and that they, a ward
to the owners of tliese animala the premi
ums established thereupon by this socie
ty; -Tue committee further report . that
Mrs. Kelly-exhibited a very fine and large
yoke of oxen ;'.Michael Brawn an elegant,
high blooded i horse colt ; : Dr. Ferrand
tne best mare colt (by the imported horse
Eagle) ; this is an anim d of great pro-
mise ; and John Beard jr. the best breed
ing sow. The committee recommend to
tliis society ,v to awardtci the owneiS of
these, last .mentioned ahimalshmibrary
preniiums doe toTilfeir spirit . and enter
prise. :- -'--' ";fc :
. - , i J CWlLLlA.HvJvV AHD
. ':'.. ' OH3ATlDJn1;;
A -The committee1 on the subject of Do
mestic Mknufactures,' beg leave to report
Ho .this SHCtetv; ti at. thev attended the
exhibit ion ot Domest tci - Manttft ctures on,'
Uie day and at the. plat e fixed upon-, by
t hi! Society, Thei Aecttti hiittee areat "" a
lossvfdr language; to express: thegriiiin
cation f they felt f at tbir, eXhiDitiorir I We
vvu iiui out ua iiiuuil lutikLk i lui - mv
ittee; stab(?that Krs:,Kell exhihjrelf
the . besrbiece of! fineimixed kh.omesptl.
and the best'' homemade gTOghallsvM
Kelly.also. produced three . eiegant coun
terpanes,' of beaQtifol texthrgj and very
ingenious workjm4nht vThis l-jdy jitgfv
1 deserves tlie thanks of this society fo?
the-other numercjuV arid excellent speci
mens she producefd . , - v; : s ;
Mr. Steele showed us the bet piiecc:
of home made flannel ; aiso two of -th
best-pieces of dimiiy -: v ,.;
jVfss. Roger b'rpught2-foy'ifine
cured counterbaae, :wpoug!u itKvmdcH
I taste and ingenuU'f; alsp acoveriid which
comasittee. v A',Z i ,l "
Mrs.1 Ferrahd exhibited the bst. pjec
of home made carpeting ; that has yer
been seerrb y a rtyj jbf t he f m c m be rs of , t h is
committee.' ft' :.' "l J :t': ".''V- C:w'.
Mrs; Wmi Howard produced the best
piece-of woollen icloth. Thtpecimen
does much credit o the : taste xf this lady.
M iss Curininghlara." the ; best specimen
of pun cotton. ; .: -1- "':-- - - 'Wi
; Mvs. Locke the finest and best pair of
stockinets. Tne committee. besfdesvre-
commending, to te society to award to j
those ladies such premiums as tne society :rralue and 'imponce, to themselveCand
fully suggest ; a'-'yote of thanks fronorrthja : i.
- society, "'to the ladies' who attencfed, the-;-
.exhibition, and "ttio; deemed! otae, so f I
deep au interest, in the prosperity of the j
:'. ; I' j SAML. JONES; V ,
r VV Ad. MOOUE t-
Laws of the United States.
An aCt concerning the apportionment" of
i Kepreseiuauvesin tltic oiae .ox vxiaoa-
Uia. . - r. ., p j
Bel?? enacted by tne
of Rcfircuentativw of jhe United ' States J
of America in Loiig'ii.nassemblca,, I hat j
from i and ufter tjie third day of jVlarcH,
oae thousand eight hundred and iwenty-
three, the State of .Alabama yiuall, h.iyt
three members i the" House of Rpre
st ntatives, in theCogress of the 4-Tnited
States, it appearfag, ! from the returns otJ
the Marsiiaj orAtaDama, aepqsuea in tne
office of the Secretary of State of tOvU
nittd Sfates, that; he paid State of Alaba
ma. at the parage pfi the' act,r enmle3
44 An act for the apportion ment of ReorV;-.
seuatives among jthe several Spates, at-
cording o the .fourth CiensU!r,', apr.ye":i.H
March seventh, oke thousand eight hui
dred and twenty-wo; was euti led to. the
number of threej Hepresehtatives, ac
cording to the population of the said Statty
and the ratio established by the eaid actf
' . Aprovtd Jii 14, 1823. ;
Ad act making 4 panial appropHati'n
tor the Support of Government for the
year one thousand;, eight .--hundred and
v twentythree. ': -. j - ' :; '. ; '--);
Be it enacted by the Senate and Mouse
pf jie.reserttativtis'bf -the Uvi'ed States
KeV fttid the same Jierebv is; aobroDriated
for t he compensation granted by law' to
the Senate and HI- use; of Representatives
-and that the sahie j be paid out of any
movie v In thc.Trekiurv not Othervrise &a-
Diopriated. .1 -:! 'A.', :AA .A, .
: - - s- - . : - A
Approved Jar 14; io.
act passed Dy
in the- year
luinbia, , enlit led
. 44 Aphca for an-'dditioii tj, Georgetown
cf Refire&entatipe'f the United States
of America, in Cokertss assembledAThki
! hq much of the, .tliird ''.seciionTof an accVbf
the General Assaioiy .otyyie atate;of
Maryland, entitled; An act for avaddir
tion to Georgetown in Moni'gomery cpon-
ty, as prohibits, the proprietors pt. the;
lots fiontingj cv the j north Vsidotwatejr
reet from ; sell ing or . erecting '.? buildog
oft) the south . side I of said ialreetrj.on
wharves ;made'brthe south side: of the
afoyesaid streubej anti the saoie is;herf
prietofs afpresatq Vshait-'bt'b'AW.pbwer'
j to erect any'builfng.orf buildiu : tae
south side . of. ato street, not 'authorized
by an -ordinance; fofthe;; corporationof
a6ec bejn thus iuU
may seli ajiafdwpp
eit her side: b the sajd$te tl wjt hptttraf !
f. cUosfcuie title tbitiiait pniihet oihervide
asyjSydtiially Mfeyucpjuld havp done ;be.
?firt.thV hamp Qti-ther kfote.sa.iLl-' aCL of
KviV2-:h: csV-V -ikr ::Tu 1 ' i r ?
of Apur llordf lllbSf
1Aih rti t rl frn m a rl t h 0 f 1 1 i e I ma n e
stahf 'It 'MdiMfirj iwal or?z j ?! tfV v
ituejrrity or ine? ffeniiemaT wiir. ai.t
tfic dieail of affairs of that ?tite;:.' We
ample, lexbibitinc; the iadvaajen-;
! Jamm 1 .-4 h tv i-v . aWt uiAikol'vKAlf if liillil ,.'
hf .itVi tnrv. ;ri ahT ;thm in t flsf Ahlishi 7
ticu (ait rtotlcet!teilloWy;hi f;ft.;viU5lv
tia: .main taui; -- ;
' -To secure to the-people the; enjoyinefnj- :
' civil and religious liberty -and tSir js1 -vv
;-rights,;a: lcdvleab'f those '''rigbta, iOtheit:
- Norhpuld this know.lpae be confined to at
few jthe r more- univer&al -its tiifiusiou,. the,'V' f. '',u
greater he security. .-It mayjustly he '""coti ,fAA
sidered tfurjmde oftr texhiere;
iountain oi rorrannsmiciion, ,ior raiciiiSuu,.
rriiv obtain such ' an '.'iedticatifin
! will ehahfe inni to" transact the. usital biismesi ' i
tra i f of th e bfs theaa art tl jici tfi f s; tb! vn - 5"
People : 6(Alaine vvhoVe nc Jpi iilfy it ;
icai ii -i
. It is, however, 00 ths general govern :
meirt;that we ire jfHamlyldepen?fprpM5 v -r '
tectiorf aqd encouragement to corocnece audi .' -v-
manu(ures.T.he;rekti $rmet A" .
beingT particularly VconMpd to; CoigrV 4
jectpf State legisTationV'Our eTteiJsic;oh-, ( ;
nection iii navigution witl render every rnca :;
fecf ihe -.poaimeraalrelatiopf the country A,
inteTesting: to oiurtzeifa'ajfie vh'aa. al . f,'.."
ready become the tWfdstat.e in the ijhi&'ihAt'A'A'' "
show its annual increase ttv be- far jgreatef!
than in f either of the pthet States; ' Our in- .
! dustrioua ( shipbuildcrs find cpnsUnt ernploy ' ,
raent, and bur .forests ensures us "n, abundant
; supply of, nvttnalsforthcfr jtiae; as well )tf -an
impo'rtinf arid staple Article of - elp4jrta
tion ; and our hardy,- entetprislng 6sbe(rrilen,'
how TA tha Iiieln9nrb ; tha innhpl.' unH tm - i .:
i wealUi'j of thecountryC ' kn ajr roeasurs; ..'J r i'.jV.f'j)
r therefore, hich tioay relalej to the ;int-i;resta. ;, ' ' J
pf commerce and : ispreaumed v ; : 4 ;!
this stateiwIiaveitadtte uctii.AflVf'y- Ar' A
IiefLcgfs lat a- e 0icdn..d nei
i dayi the; 1st ihst;i ntIAs tffiA '
. .The Messajre of the 0averrior. to" th
iLegisI at ufey which' is'i so hia "i va 1 ed i c-
forv-ta5 transmit t ed to" hfiVfif If jni' f
of thJgislature bDthesVne dar , $
t c wish we, uati yutii. ur , tuq yfiiuio , -
of thik riTonmAnt. tshtr.h is diti titrniefh. ':
W. -b.J . & '. M " fa. ,w . -
... .- . i . . - . O . , ' . . . . n.
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this iTfmllenf Mpsiaire f . .
f ln cnclasiOflIbuldfen ; i
r. 11 :'. .. .'ri:i?L-, - :i.ir.'I- 'L.- '
ieuw.iwcnpxerauy,; weT?1.xoQmllexy.., . , i
pressing on' thisea$ion;;; heajrIt ax .j
tisfadjon that ha been . deyedb! roe from ' 1 r
fthe rekemt :
t'To one 'who had devoted'thfe fikt mornAt . ;' ' t
of manlibbd. to tire; aejrycc. pfi Jiisouhtryi; I A.
antf the causebf freedom." such tokens' 'of re : '
membrane and regard' areApuJiajly grate-; -':-' ,
f'ul : and tiiey r3iV7e.beenS mbrebrecioua to' '
me.'not hly'as tbev; Jndicate4 'f'gttyiip-- A':A
probatioiir of humbly effort's to be tsefuL but''. . " ' '
have-sanctioned - the bbrbdHpttnipleg' ' ;
; which originated tand: perfected'the .irevola- . " A
tion,,--But 'cpnsqousftbat';- the Haims of na-' - ?
tui-e i6 exembtioh 'WtDeWi'UnTjLin?' 1 X''
tiesbf bftjsial responsibility' dahtibtbVresiab
ed -with impimiry, 1 deem 1 iudxi j'nipe'raUve
duty to . announce niy determi nation' to de,
clirie; being cnsidered ; av -.candidate for re
election tptbe bfTice of Cbae'f i Magistrate t,
devoutly -inipiorlnEr the benediction of a Al- T
migbtV'God onfall the interests' of the -Com-
i vFrftQr thiaitiappetAr&,5that Gufernpr v
v. 1 . . r .k..a a--- u ..7. .. ? t 1
.a m v jui e . i i u t 1 11 us c ivc oj u 1 1 h 4 r v-
t' frb'in litib'
I thorn ' ttlUf J kM'3Caifu'- 4ll1 Kb ali.lnl '
citizens,! my aincer wishes for your personal, ' - ' ' i J
t f M w r.w u are-t vt ji t usy , t n i:w ? . ' ,
fcetledrtiics 1 hia riifmeiit''frbui'iiub-V:.: VWv '
I v.r.-'-I T - T-.T'TV ' " ' 'w. w. . .... j .-. . -i
-v wu tdrge, ne rua expungea maoy ,
enterrks may be w . ' !
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