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Delaware Patriot And American Watchman (Newspaper) - October 31, 1828, Wilmington, Delaware safety Dumber 82 ON TUESDAY AND BY J. F. FOU THE AS taken the a1 of anil the Where be wHl other and to provide for then CD to their in tlie most ample ani best 11Pr Stages for if leave except tbe lIcAer which and CARRIAGES of the best as he kept for travel in any direction at mo March 28, 1S2S Canal Packet THE Subscribers tender their respects lathe and inform them that have procured and fitted up in handsome a Canal Packet which they seas to add Irom Delaware St. and Summit or Deep on the Chesapeake and Canal the of and others This boat will run in with the Steam Leaving Summit and Si on Wednesday and and and arrive at at 9 where passengers can take the Steam Boat in fur on after- upon arrival of the Steam fmm I hiU will leave Delaware for St and Bridge ft own Delaware to Genres from to same pi ice. b H. w. T. MUU Si April 16, 1828. s N B The oe in readiness to ac date from 9 on Monday Wednesday and to two on Saturday and on Sundays will meet B at mav Delia are Real Estate in cts lf fa TWO DOLLARS PEK rtf and Diseases anting ii oi from an impure oj the 1 F Subscriber Uane inform Ins friends and the he still continues m L on with his and of and a splendid assortment of V lam T AT PUBLIC IB subscriber ft a z Heal No. 1. A Plantation on the Main Post P1 L A 2 1 t easi of anv wholesale or at T O 1 hats made to order at the and Bellows x ME I has commented the above busi all i No. 90, South Tiro ihe C fee July lo. t rd at their k 97. A assortment of TO INT consequence ot the and practised in reference my I am again in- r. my In HAN will be put in round with s as ed above than those used and but one the jtn my on so that the c- rk c bf ng the none is I he -o when my to counterfeit will punishable as forgery I inching tins enabled my the ice 1'U O IS i 1. l Jl f- 11 If I 111 Q 9 vnls 8vo. in I. o Ses Psalms and P calf and morocco So. ts Lemons Ora or s apl ies f all Kinds Antl arh House w other and s The above farm of 3 wTS having ample improvements for and hat w. No. 2. A tract of Land about six miles Ir- b dm and 29 21 acres 60 pe cues whereof in the residue cleaned No. 3. A lot of called Sand Ron o in and the aining No. 4 5. A lot of Meadow m Cherry Island mm o. bv marsh of John Delaware one C 7 and the 3 6. A lot of Meadow in e 1 t It Icy and Island c -n 6 In of No. 7. A lot corner of High and dr. 113i--> a tf 8 n cheson Walnut divided 6 bn Wing one of 18 feet t vo inches t street and c of ut and a d re- will be s .Id sepera in ho removed oft the OP- week after 25t M c v No. 8. A lot on French between u i c 8 J I j bo it within the ot nt Mv Pai acta u quires no m ami have from Pa rs Medical Practitioners of the most and f For cure and approaching appeared before me of the being fr severally anil d la thai made wse of man's Cough upon themselves with the the curing of spitting nf Wood and diseases ot t- t and that in instance their f db w ou complete will folly appear jhe who have MAHTIS 50 iVre a u sides and and hectic emaciated and cured by using awl a. to his breast r April 7th, Samuel Martin 41 of Conestoga a long ume exceeding aged oi the CUV of by using three 50 Donegal using 2 aged 42 nor using 5 aged 38 aired 44 years ot of G D tf the of ageo 40 of aged oi Each of the above named under violent pains and the for a time and oi ehme and from Hectic night a- fcc Ln. and were cured in a short by a Indian Specific Severally sworn or and subscribed to in 1826 have I hereunto affixed my hand and beai the city he most chancier which though dipped m this valuable medicine been so by certain 1 the he 1MI1 AI IONS Tue to the and gives them solemn assurances that con- n i anj bhc are cautioned not to my Panacea my or and all will co. subtly shall 115 1828 Lll 11 W T j it had been FROM WILLIAM ESQ One of the of the City of Philadelphia ot a mecl cal called 3emg President of Mi j ear 1820, of the a R A i C. of the city ot the the ot his cine to the Citizens of the the last 287 have been taken before proper m the city of Lancaster before the late John and be- fore Samuel Esq. for many the of I a great number before for the city of and now a judge of the Court of common Pleas of the of also a number been taken before as late as 1826, and Mayor of the ciU of hat his has t. who used n and followed his of directions by a fair is made abundantly bv tUe nume taken ot cures really m desperate cases where the lives of the have been despaired together with tbe de- mand for having bv his agents and himself sold from Z xo and 60JO bottles in one are for public tw judge of its extraordinary and The above always be had of or of the at his medicinal South Queen s in Hie city of He begs to that genuine withom his signature abase lias attempted to be imposed m. the lie bv a imitation of his valuable by JOHN 11U, Market where may S fe b I A KC1 264 feet H saw iu 3o-trs and did j but i K lot on half c m v t. that as they were aua u f hi lot 8 20 1827 J. BI V K bi t' ch were SCOTT lias just r. ct -is Hook Bat No. 93. an Violins and with an assortment of MUSIC adapted to the he will dispose terms July 29 lH N B kind of Musical Instruments plied three days ul Have led fp E works Arable 22 feet an Half t on Market heaven on 25. h of March of ad rented thai i hoap and Candle lakes this to the t I understood that they Wic he the ah ve in -n L' ihe and a a did thai of a and was wished i 30 iH e cn at the corner of war the Meeting where Manufacture P i S- H. The price piven for 1'allow, and of every July 11. 1823. i T Sure K u he mack h tu I O c' Co lit EO their No 21. S1 T r r s New 1828 IE receive the lOtti of for g mud m of to he T. of in full u on M 75- I bj the he to Mr but Al on not lost nor ore TV of the n arpi ca hr him in 1 rm. w mi No 21. I I j fM a- half to the poor fa 7 A M a 11 of m r M cn the j 8 to u with She V I he ut r. of I A HA I 'K anon of me Kfl Oct. 23 f upon ii C ro of to other j W GI R 111 of rr a m tht f i1 a cured by P er I- f ST t r t-o be r si d r. nh li i ui i. r p Ri C. D April 10, 1326. Rt P: in A V. D 3f M. JOHN T M nt 01 her r A M I i Mt 43 October 6, 1328. V of
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