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Peoples Press, The (Newspaper) - August 21, 1835, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania 4 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED FOB BORDER COOPER Co NOT OBLIGED TO SWEAR IN THE WORDS OF ANY Vol Terms of Publication THE PEOPLE'S PRESS be issued Friday from the office east of the liouse and directly opposite the size on fine paper at TWO LARS per annum payable in advance or TWO DOLLARS AND CENTS if not paid within the year No subscription will be taken for leas than months and no paper discontinued until all ar- are paid except at the option of the Advertising and lob Printing done at the al rates All letters addressed to the editors on business must be or they will not be attended to Gettysburg Friday August 31 PEWITS Magazine of the American People's Ma with the Penny Magazine of London Society for of Useful Knowledge ine intervals as to complete the volume by the first of January next The first number of the Penny com- mencing with a late number of the don edition and with a regular was issued in connexion with commencing with No I on the 1st of May last and the succeeding numbers to appear at intervals so as to complete the volume of twelve numbers by the 1st of January next The Penny Magazine may be obtained Irom the A specimen of the MAGAZINE is given with No 26 of the People's Either or all the previous numbers cf both works supplied at subscription price Subscribers to the PEOPLE'S MAGAZINE who have paid the publishers and have not received all the numbers due can be supplied Ott application to them post paid Also all those persons who subscribed and paid the agents in for the first volume or any agent for either volume shall be supplied with all the deficient numbers on application to the publishers enclosing a remittance for third paid the People's and Penny Magazines together two and fifty cf nit for twelve monthly numbers put tip in beautiful style For the only as described above one dollar For the Penny only as described above one dollar and fifty centt in alt cases in advance atai ft SAMUEL COLMAN to Lilly Wait Co The THE present publishers af the People's desirous of ing its character and rendering it more deserving of the extensive patronage which it has received have resolved on enlarging its size by uniting it with the London Penny Magazine which they propose to entire and without alteration The general excellence and high reputation of the Penny which is published under the patronage i of the British Society for the Diffusion of moit undoubted reference Useful Knowledge and of which copies are sold in Great Britain Have in- the publishers of the People's seine to adopt this course as that in which they can best promote the interest and meet the wishes of their numerous ers The articles contained in that work are not all equally adapted to the wants the taste of reader yet few of them can be rejected as ing attention even on this side ofthe At- Few of them are on subjects of saere local are excluded and discussions of doubtful and disputed questions are rarely introduced The prominent subjects are ol Natural works of Art in Sculpture and descriptions of such Antiquities as possess historical Narratives of men who have had a permanent influence on the condition of the facts in Statistics and Political other subjects of a like general interest accompanied with a great number of En- gravings to illustrate almost every ty of subjects These subjects however are of course selected with reference to the condition aad taste of the English reader As a work to be presented to an American M IN THE UNITED STATES IIS is not said in the spirit of vain L boasting but because it can with strict justice be declared of the phia Saturday Courier which contains each week upwards of 250 distinct articles in prose and poetry test Foreign and Domestic mm v reader as a general repository of mation and entertainment in the most im- portant and useful branches of knowledge it may be rendered more complete on ny of the subjects of the highest interest by the addition proposed Facts and e- relating to this ries and improvements of the American origin and subjects arising ont of our culiar institutions and state of Society must necessarily be in a great measure excluded from a Magazine particularly a- to the use ofthe people of Great Britain These deficiencies it is the in- tention of the publishers to supply in the Magazine and this department of the work consisting chiefly of original articles will be specially designed as a companion to the Penny Magazine with a view of adapting it more fully to the situation and wants ofthe American er It will take cognisance of subjects of Natural History originating on this con- and particularly in our own in American History A- merican Biography descriptions of our treat works of Public Improvement king specimens of American ture and useful discoveries of domestic origin This portion of the work will be prepared with care that it may be worthy of being received as a companion to the popular work with which it is now united The and the Penny Magazine will be illustrated with highly finished wood engravings and issued ia monthly of New an Immense fund of Miscellaneous of duce merchandise stocks Agriculture fcc embracing every variety of topics that can possibly be introduced into a public The Philadelphia Saturday Conner now established for nearly five years is we believe university acknowledged to have the largest number of subscribers TWENTY The largest variety of Literature and News as welt as being the Largest and Cheapest Newspaper in the United States standing its enormous dimensions it is printed upon a splendid Napier Press with unexampled rapidity thus ving the account ol Sales Markets and News to the latest dates The Philadelphia Saturday Courier is published at the low price of 82 For small sum subscribers get valuable fc entertaining matter each week enough to fill a common book of 200 pages and equal to 52 volumes a year and which is estimated to bo read weekly by people in all parts of the country from Maine to Florida and from the seaboard to the lakes TWO THOUSAND DOLLARS and upwards have already been expended kj the Saturday Courier in Literary prizes acd in payments to American writers FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS i will shortly be offered in for Us columns the promotion of Knowledge and the encouragement of American Literature evincing a degree of liberality believed to be as ed as their success has already been un- exampled The Philadelphia Saturday Courier is strictly neutral in party politics aad re- controversies Orders or Clubbing AND MUSEUM AS the publications now issued from the office of the SELKOT TING LIBRARY are of a highly popular cast and of a character to be appreciated educated portions of the community and to circulate every where by concert with the proprietor ofthe Museum that work the Port Folio and Library are offered to those who take the three ou the following conditions The Port Folio and Library if paid for in advance and addressed to the same individual whether in town or country will be supplied for OO thus enabling every individual to benefit by the clubbing system without the ty of applying to others Those who have made a payment for the current year to either of the whatever amount will be privileged to avail themselves of this by paying the thus 1 Those who have paid or now pay 85 for the Library shall receive the um and Port Folio the price of which seperate is on the payment of 2 Those who have paid or now for the Museum shall receive the ry and Port Folio the price of which is separately on the payment of 3 Those who have paid now pay for the Folio shall receive Library and Museum on paying such a sum as will be equal to g 12 on the whole 4 The Circulating Library and um will be sent to the same address on the payment of 810 words thus issued together comprise a greater amount of current literature ofthe age than is ed in a periodical form other office in the United States and will the proprietor believes with the addition of a good newspaper supply to families all the advantages which could be furnished in a most extensive reading room in one of our Atlantic In the Library newest and best books are regularly in the Museum it been experience thai every could wish from tire British literary periodicals omitting mostly the political articles can be ly issued publications embrace so much that is desirable to be known and are so generally perused in the best cles in America to be without er is to drop a link in the literary chain They are all under the control of one mind and therefore the reader will very rarely indeed be compelled to pay for the same matter twice as they are ent of each other complete in themselves and free in general from any repetitions of the same articles These views the proprietor ly throws out for the consideration ofthe friends of sound and wholesome ture ADAM WALDIE 207 Chesnut street Philadelphia May 29 1835 ly one fourth as much matter as the brary itself thus forming the cheapest publication of even this cheap era of be- Select Circulating Library having been long established in the good opinion of the public and sustained as it is by an unprecedented amount of tronage no fear on the part of subscribers can now be entertained that the publisher will not comply with his part of the en- gagement Subscriptions to the Library gs 00 in advance or in clubs of five 00 each Port Folio and Companion to the Select Circulating Library ced on first of January 1835 being a reprint of the best articles in the English magazines combined original ler is supplied to clubs of five at 00 each or to individual subscribers who take the Library at 50 The Museum of Foreign Literature Science and Art at OO or in clubs at 25 00 is published at the same office ADAM WALDIE 207 Chesnut street Philadelphia April 1 Quite Correct R P Smith Beggar of Green J S Ki Husbands sod Wives Mao of Ten Thousand Thomas croft The Mam William E Bu I'll Tell You What Mrs The Golden Farmer Benjamin ster Speculation p M Olympic Devils k Englishman in Back Volumes of the MUSEUM proprietor of Museum of Foreign Literature Science and Art has determined to dispose of the ing sets of the back volumes at a very re- price one half only of the original subscription He thus offers to Library Companies Reading Rooms and to tlemen forming collections of books an opportunity of purchasing twenty large and extremely valuable miscellaneous lumes at a price far below their cost or value an opportunity which must sarily be of short duration cannot occur again The will not be deviated from jf orders are re- within the present year 1835 be- yond which period the proprietor will not be bound by the present notice 1 Sets of twenty complete volumes will oe supplied in numbers for cash 2 Sets of twenty complete volumes red morocco cash The purchaser who orders bound sets may have his or her name printed in gold on the back without any additional charge The Museum contents of the best selections from the entire range of British periodical literature Reviews Essays Tares Poetry fcc and it may emphatically be asserted that no cal ever published retains its interest or that the back volumes bear the same aiire value as the Museum The back sets of twenty volumes re- maining hand are not numerous and are rapidly going off Address ADAM WALDIE Shakspeare Festival W T The Indian M G Lewis My Friend the R PI Victorine H M Miller The Omnibus The Child of Nature Mrs Rencontre The Duel R B Peake The Sisters W Barrymore Vidocq James Kenney MSS copy of the IRI favourite and hi ly interesting Dramain which POWER so successfully amused the as SIR PATRICK been obtained by the publishers be published forthwith SPORTING home and abroad occupies a comic bfe portion of eur columns and is col ted from the most authentic Among the Portraits of celebrated ning Horses which have been given i The American Trotting Horse WIN FORREST The Important Racing Horse SENGER The favourite Racing Mare and her FOAL by ECLIPSE Bond's celebrated Trotting tit NORFOLK PHENOMENON he wett known English Race TOUCHSTONE A correct PICTURE OP A RA COURSE occupying the width of se columns A VARIETY OTHER subjects of interests wit hare been published are the A complete treatise on RIDING i FOURTEEN the improvement of Ladies in that m healthy of all exercises Explanation of the AUTOMATA CHESS illustrated by EL VEN ENGRAVINGS SUBJECTS ARE larly embraced in the VADE MECU wall be more distinctly understood fa the following summary of 1 The Turf and all matters connect therewith On the Structure and Character Horse On the Improvement of Call 1 containing 64 pages twelve numbers equal common octavo Each number will be simultaneously nt Boston N York Philadelphia and Baltimore The Magazine will also be ed separately from the Penny ia monthly numbers of double the number of contained in the present ed and improved and each number neat put up in a strong cover Toe frst number ofthe was the frst of April last and it is in- Itt the address and amount of subscription and post paid in all cases will he fully attended to if addressed to WOODWARD CLARKE Place May NOTICE Journals and Laws of the Session the Legislature for are now here nnd ready lor delivery to all those who are entitled to receive conks same ZEIGLER Pml BOOKS FOR E thirteen numbers of lect Circulating Library now issued for the year 1835 contain the following valuable and entertaining books for the very small sum of gl 25 with the tional advantage of being received in all parts ofthe Union by mail at newspaper postage r The Adventures of Japhet in Search of a Father by the author of ter Simple fcc 2 Jennings Landscape Annual for 1835 the Fall of Granada bv Thomas Esq 3 Letters and Essays in prose and verac by Richard Sharp 4 Barring Out from the Life oi a 5 Antonio the Student of Padua 6 The Fashionable Wife nnd Un- fashionable Husband by Mrs Opie 7 Traditions of the American War Independence Travels into Bokhara and a bT The Siege ol Vienna an historical romance by Madame Pichler 10 Traveling Troubles 1 My Cousin Nicholas a humorous KA THE VADE Or the Sporting and Dramatic Companion with a multitude of including of celebrated winning philosophical and natural phenomena legerdemain tale from Blackwood's Magazine Ofthe above works there is preparing prepared for publication by the sellers Letters and says Travels the Siege na and My Cousin Nicholas these alone will cost purchasers more than a whole year's subscription to the Circulating brary to consist of 54 numbers including two and in addition to this the of Belles on covur of UK Library VT is now six months since this was commenced in although publishers have used no extraneous means to circulate n knowledge of its merits yet such is the satisfaction manifested by that portion of the public who have been made ted with its character and contents that its list of patrons continues constantly and rapidly to increase This paper is now distributed regularly every week over a wide portion of the Union and the most satisfactory are received that it will eventually become one of the most popular among the numerous excellent periodicals which issue from the can press No exertions will be spared to establish its permanent reputation mo re and if the liberal sanction of those for whom it in especially designed shall warrant its future both as regards typographical neatness and be materially PLATS CES THAT will appear ia the course of a year of themselves will be worth more than rooa times the amount of tion The following is a Ibt of those which have already Charles the First Miss Mitford Is She a Brigand K P Smith The Hunchback J S Knowles The Deep Deep R Cheap Living F Reynolds Early Days C A Henri quire T Rules for Novices in Shooting Methods for Feeding and training d Biographies of celebrated Horses their Portraits Approved Games front Hoyte others Criticisms on Plays and Actors The most popular Songs tet to The Art of Legerdemain 11 lustra A variety of Recipes adapted to Economy An Epitome of important passing vents VADE Urge imperial paper of a beautiful w texture and is published Satui at Three Dollars per annum in act Orders from abroad postage paid L promptly attended to and the paper folly packed to prevent it from ru by mail volume of about SOO pages the PLAYS FARCES fcc which pear in the Vade Mecum neatly and bound in elastic covert for t published every ait wee Eight columns will constitute a one year's subscription the which is three dollars pay able in nd to the Vade are entitled to a deduction An order for four sets will be received nnd the work forwarded to an direction by a tea dollar postage paid sett m volumes SOO pages each ofthe Magazine containing eight different Nov els by the most popular authors will presented to the Agent who shall cure four to the Modern Acting Drama or the Vade Mecum and remit the amount of one year's sub scription for each wishing to subscribe to either of the above will address CHARLES ALEXANDER No 3 Place delphia
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