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Delaware Patriot And American Watchman (Newspaper) - July 1, 1828, Wilmington, Delaware WH safety of Number 48. Del. JULY 1, 1828. Volume f. DM TUESDAY AND Bt J. F. 1O4, FOR THE COUGH Oft For the cure of asthmas and approaching con Lancaster Personalty appeared before me Esq. Mayor of the city of and being duly sworn or affirmed and that they bad made use of Cough tor Indian open themselves greatest for the curing of spitting of blood and Diseases of the breast that in every were complete and will fully by tbe following testimony of those who have used MARTIX of 50 time grievously afflicted with a violent pain akd stitches in his sides and spitting of matter from his sweats and hectic and much emaciated and life despaired was completely cured by using 3 now better than 6 years and remains well to the disease of his breast and affirmed and subscribed to April 1826. Samuel Dennis aged 36, of Strasburg Martin aged 41 of ConestOga a long time exceeding Isaac aged 27 of the City of cured by using three Charles aged 55 Donegal cured by using 2 Christian aged 42 of Bor by using 5 Richard aged 38 of Donegal Jacob aged 44 years of the City of G. D. of the City of Joseph aged 40jears, of Strasburg Elizabeth aged 16yeais, of Mannor Each of the above named persons laboured under violent pains and stitches in the sides and for a long time and expectoration of slime and the Hectic night and were cured in a short lime by using a few bottles of his Indian Severally sworn or firmed and subscribed to in In testimony have I hereunto affixed my hand seal this 26th day of 1827, in the city of NATHANIEL C. of the city of informs the that since the introduction of his cine to the Citizens of tbe United within the lart IS years 287 have been taken before the proper authorities in the city of avey proportion before the lale John Esq. and fore Samuel Esq. for many years of tile City of a great number before Samuel Esq. an alderman for the city of and now a judge the Court of common Pleas of the county of afco a number has been taken before ta late 182S. and now of the city of that his Specific has proved eminently those who have used it and followed his of by giving it a fair is made abundantly manifest by the numerous Depositions taken of cures really in desperate cises where the patients been despaired together with the increasing de- mand for having by his agents and himself sold from to and 6000 bottles in one are the best criterion for the public to judge of its extraordinary efficacy and above medicine can always be had of Or of tbe at his medicinal South Queen in the city of He begs to tbe that none are genuine without bis signature abase bas been attempted to be impose 1 in the by a imitation of his valuable medicine Cough are for sale by JOHN No. 110, Market where may be found a general assortment of and Queen's Looking feb GIBSON Sj inform their friends and the citizens of Wilmington that they carry on e in all its at No. 13. north side of the JLower they ke distantly on band Of all of the together with LEAH End calculated for conveying water into private bouses all of which they offer on the most reasonable CG M. flatter that from their and in- acquaintance the Plumbing in they ill be able to give general Who wish the Brandy wine water conveyed into trill please apply If a more It please call on Mr. Joseph June 17. FOR And given immediately that well known Store Tailo Shop and with the necessary out lat occupied by at Summit is ic of the best stands for business in that section of tle and offers flattering to a man e1 of moderate amount of The store house is n and its internal arrangement is as convenient and compl as the external is spacious and for furt particulars enquire of A. 9, Wilmington June 2. on the premises A. H. No. 5, West High hare just a larpe lot of Parchment of a very superior of It sold and a ial discount made to JOSEPH Silversmith and 77, MARKET RESPECTFULLY inf his friends and tte that be has constantly on a general of which are the following Silver Salt Mustard Butter and Fruit Purse Gold and Silver Silver Ever Pointed Sugar and Watch Seals and Diamond and Pearl Pins Pearl and Garnet Filagree English Fine Common Paste do Fine Jet and Paste Sec. Brittania and Tin and Tea Sugar and Cream Jugs Silver Plated of various qualities Steel The above will be wholesale or on the most reasonable terms for Umbrellas and all other jobs in his line neatly executed Persons at a distance ordering are requested to send a or a piece nf the from the Spectacles they wore as the age does not afford a rule for ing of the Their Spectacles are always furnished with glasses of the and care is taken in advising to tbe focus best adapted to the June 12 9t and TBE Subscriber begs leave hjg friends and the that he still 10 connexion with large and elegant assortment of BOOKS and S a splendid assortment of Plain and Fashionable from T. ed -o be eq lal in every respect to any huts manufactured in various colors and from 25 to Persons wishing to chase would do well as they will be sold either by wholesale or at J. No. 93, June 9, 1828. N. B J. S. can have hats made to order at the shortest Sec. 2. be it further any of said officers has received money of the United as a since the third dav of one thousand eight hundred and twenty the sum so received shall be deduct ed from what said officer would 6e en- titted under the first section of this and pension to which said officer is now shafl cease after the passage of this act. Sec. 3. Jind be it further That every or private in said who enlisted therein for and the and continued in service until its tei and thereby became entitled to re- a reward of eighty under a resolve of passed seventeen shall be entitled to receive Ilis full monthly ont meney in Treasury not otherwise to begin on the third day of one thousand eight hundred and and to continue natural That no missioned or in said ar- who is now on the pension list of the United shall be entitled to the benefits this act. Sec. 4. Jind be it further That the pay allowed by this act under the direction of the Secretary of the be paid to Officer or Soldier entitled or to at such places and days as the Secretary may and that no foreign Officer shall be said pay nor shall any Officer or dier receive the until he furnish to said satisfactory evidence that he is entitled to conformity to the provisions of this aid the paj allowed by this act shall not in any vay be or liable to by any legal process but spall enure wholly to the personal benefit of the or Soldier entitled to tbe Same by this act. Seu 5. And be it further That So much of sai 1 pay as accrued by the provisions of this befor the third day of eighteen and shall be paid to the Officers and Soldiers entitled to the as soon as may iu and under the provisions before and the pay which shall accrue after paid in like and tinder the same A 11 Speaker of the House ol S. President of pro and served as there to the end of the the cae may to the time when the ar- rangement of provided by the resolves of Con- gress of 3.d and of 1780, was carried into under at which period 1 was a the the And that I afterwards certificate commutation for a sum equal to of five payi which sum was offered of of the 22d of tit tls half pay for which t was under the of the 21st of 1780. do hare received of the United is the 3d day of or the that I aja of the United Stares the day of the Bum of paid J by the For pensions in the State to ofthe in tho State of personally and of the said who tie county of this make that by whom the ing declaration was is generally reputed and believed 10 have been an officer in the Army of in mariner as i herein Witness my this day the year of the Court of the County in the State of do hereby rhat before whom the foregoing affidavits at the 9 Justice of the or other empowered to administer and duly empowered to administer In testimony I have hereunto set my affixed the seal of the said this of in the year day Form of a declaration to ts made by the and For the purpose of obtaining the benefit of An act for the relief of certain surviving officers and soldiers oF the Army of the approved on the 15th of 1828, I in the County in the State do hereby declare that I enlisted in the tal Line of the Army of the for and during tbe and continued in its service until its termination t at which period 1 was a or as the case may Captain to of the line; And 1 also declare hat I afterwards received a certificate for the reward of eighty to which I under a resolve of passed the 15th of 1778. And I further declare that 1 was on the fifteenth day of 1828, on the Pension List of the Before insert either a Justice of the Peace or other duly empowered to administer in She in the State ally this of the said make oath by whom the fore nent and expeditious running hand will be J.M. at the upon a system which cannot tail to produce in a few a roost astonishing j ment of The course will consist of 12 lessons or as as each pupil may please to attend until the 4'h two lessons ner A M. and 5 P. M. Every scholar bf to make a good pen. Ternis in advance the pupil viding or her own June 17. 44- A. NKW Market Del. ROBERT EAKIN Respectfully informs friends and the in he has taken the above by Gen he fitted up ill comfort Hotel in 8 Of the and an- W. in o. not bv the Ihc tnd of such who to be retired from she nnd of be JUST and f- at J. SCOTT'S Buck and 93, Market 1 ravels in 2 8 li vine's Life of us by a St. Valentine's by the author of Etc. June 13, 1828 BOOKS at 93, and Grocery J SCOTT leave to state to Ins friends that he sucb J and other cheap Booksellers in as to enable to dipose of other together of STATIONERY at the cither at wholesale or Inconsequence of such arrangement from a-d would find it to advantage call and as b s reduced will com- preclude the necessity erf their going to the city for any article in hii line of business on the score of EAST THR tnd for of the firet North ment the flf competent The from the of the be taken he be to his and render his of the to tike m any of the Steam from the and of their depend paid to until their V. 8. Gigs tnd to Horses taken it li H. June 7 REVOLUTIONARY AN ACT for the relief of certain ing Officers snd c-f of the Bf it by the and of of the United nf in Con- That each of the funning cers of fir Army ot the Revolution in the entitled to half pay by the of October seventeen red and be to out of snv money in the not ot the of his in said according to his rank in tho to the third day of one thousand hundred and and to continue during his natural under this act. no officer shall be entitled to receive a larger stun than the full pay of a Captain in TREASURY May 28 1828-5 The Act for the relief of certain surviving ers and Soldiers of the approved on he 15th day of 1828. which tbe is a will be carried into under the following i Each Officer claiming under the will trans- hit to the Secretary of the Treasury a to the form hereunto marked 1, and each according to the form marked nied by the oath of two respectable ai to his which oath is to be taken before of the or other duly empowered to administer oaths in the State or Territory in which he and authenticated under the seal of the Court of the County in which tie oath was as shown in the said Each Officer will also transmit his il HI existence and and each and his dia- which after being will be If the commission or discharge his been lost or he will transmit such evidence as he may possess or can of the set forth in his If the evidence taken in connexion with that afforded by the public records at Wash be found the amount of two full at the rate to which the Officer or Soldier was according to his rank in the at the close of the or at the time of his the but in no instance exceeding the of a Captain df the transmitted to at the place of his after deducting therefrom the amount of any pension which he maj have re from the States the 3d day of 16-26. He authorize other person to receive it for him iu which he will execute a power of according to the annex ed marked which be ac knowledged before a Justice of the rr other and authenticated under the seal of the Court of the in the manner as is already prescribed in to But no payment will be made to any such until has made according to the annexed form that the pay which he is authorized to re- ceite is intended to enure wholly to the personal benefit of the Officer or Soldier he U. It is requested that all letters to the Secretary of the on the be endorsed on the RICHARD declaration was an in tbe of the in as therein Witness my day in the year tbe Court of the County in tbe State o before whom the fore- going affidavits at the lice of the or as the case may and duly em- powered to oaths In I have hereunto set my and seal of the said day of in the year of a of Knoft men these that in tbe county of the State of do hereby tute and appoint my true and lawful with a power of tor and in my to receive from the United States the amount of pay now due to under the act for tie relief of certain surviving officers and soldiers of the approved 15th 1826, as a of the the Witness my hand and this year Sealed and delivered in the pretend a Justice of the Peace in the county of in the State personally this whose name is subscribed to the power of and acknowledged the same to be his act and Witness my tiis day in tbe Clerk of tbe Court of the County of in tbe ate do hereby before the power of attorney was is ft line of the army of day in thd of a ti kt made by thr For tbe purpose of the of sn en- An for the relief of certain officers and of the Army of the approved on 182S, of the county of in the State of hereby declare that I was en in tbe Line of tbe Army of tbe Justice of the In testimony 1 have hereunto set my 8.] anj affixed the seal of the said day in the j sf to lie taken Before a Justice of the Peace in the of jn personalty appeared this cv named in the g power of that same was Bot given to him by reason rf or of or bv EOT of the pay zed to but that the said ii intended to enure to the benefit of tbe person by whom the end t in fisher a Justice of the or duly empowered to m County in the n 1) of the said who that by whom f was is reputed and to been Officer in the of tbe in manner therein in the year ol the C- urt County in forf P v -A cf he or Majt sicr cd to I hereunto ry tbe seal of the in tbe be published once ft week for lij Stated June 6. 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