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   Washington Globe (Newspaper) - August 17, 1825, Washington, District Of Columbia                                 I'"'. 1  |lMmtl«Mtü ìé Ili! fttroiu^  cindncM,  mi ^ Pf^M  [«il» iiááe  IUMÍ fi« Äc-' imeqtiatMÌÌWi)-^ , , , tN «iiêit PkÉeQltÉ«.  ofdSÊmêêm «htekWiM and it te^  liçvoa tflHeWWUlrf i«ii làitl«  he «iMiitf^t thein thát ^ dii0|^n0tliinf «f^rcd .mi h» part; U» |;iire iMÉotïon.  _ Be iht^l, to be jielt«ra^Ie>,«t!ffd to th^ pre-  close tai •ubtçriptim book, A»r  ■ V.  A*lM»tti3iÍ0a« t»pléiifeé, t than hiewiijfté* kcf p èamtaàthr on iurnd, m few Titk»^ ÍMttH*  U |ht Iffiiih fS^'îg iia»^^  Jtiysi^r ^  -M • -Tf^...... v;!"«"'^'  WASIUNUTON GI.ASS Yfcms^  f tlI8 '«ttibfittiincnt, ^votfd fioìuKvtely to p ■ the ràinttfactufé of wifido«ir Gl»^ hAvtng pBuMfl into the iifrnd* of the Imbsenbert, will' W put in típéfktiim the ñHt ôfàepÇemtter nef t. ;riM!l»««t|»ftieríáb and »-brknien wiU hé fciïïi  prcvidrd.wd«ipfC.ia««*#itt b« «»lieft 4o m- E^KSi^.W, íliwe U e qui^ty of pi^!« rlWt S^^^hlh S^  (wgr ! Vifw wwv «  ULf, b* «ouiiv  fúm^  •ttMnfi^-elsn iiè«x*!t»-eitica, iVtftltfa^ . iliá ' ifi th« lue  of » tsptÜBi umau» M« hihshetá to the cab scrib«M, or tiiefe. Ibr i|kftiliiét»¡ of the ]  lA'WMi cure «nd «ttention, d fiatai.  attbemiMo of WMhin(^«m «oiinty|>Di«tri^ qf. Opiumbii^ Tar »> . Uib w a Negro Ufui, com-  itted «•> k riitiaW)^. Wfio calls hiinietf R0BER1" «t..at 7. rcifOilPiONi Heb of á ii^ black complexión,  I »JKWt J fonAj im^es hig^. He he w ab(.üt 4P /e^rt eC^cml'bMi cii wb*t> cooMmtted a b)ack clo^ cmtt grfv .CMOfMt pantftluona, and black Mr hiili{ he a«ys he ia free and belongs to Peters-horfi V«, Ke refera to Mr. Bei^amin St»nd-(iii<rrehant> aint Wr. John Wilo*, of Peters-borgi he has a scar over »he rirlit nipple, extending dowJHiianlsí ftfriliiillpi half ciroie turning to th<? i^ght; a Ui g< siu|K on the left ankle, ap|>riu8 to huye been occasioned by a burn, and seytr&l small icars c.n the r^ht le^« liis bftck is potnewhat iMHTked firow «vtitppirig; fort head} inctihed to be bald heodedrhroad noiwrt^iid Urge nostrils.  The owner or owners of ^ above detci ibed negro man» »re het^tbJf r«<|\«ested to come forward,  i>rove him and tike hiro *way,,er he will bu so'd iorh^imon and Óther expenses as the law directo. ROBT. BALL, Ketper oftli4 Priioi» of Washington County, 1> C. For A. HUNTER, M.D . C. July li~lair4ir  The ab<tve i^iHe i» postponed until Monday, 31»t August, at 10 o'clock.  For A. HUN rEB, Marthal,  Aiig.^n, 1831. «ótíir. Ball, Jüiior.  sfjrsten  Ori^n fr«n deáÉ»^ in tfie artièle sludf rt^ve proinpt bcowninf «tteAiloH^ Detailed Ubiés qf ptj^ fftpy |>e obtained on appKeation- Toe terns will be as liberal as at «ly other mnilar mamifáctoi y in the United States Aditi^sii, LteWfS JOr^NSON k CO , July 9->3tawtf • Washington tTity.  p«t of tkc VnNsd  Pwtaà 'Wf Ihgjyjigi,,, wwttáinriKótsmv,  HoimAAaMMMï--^ VMdenci.  mé^fimmmm wimnmi^^N. n. c. > ' ' ' ivêv ii«v«t£ Con».  1. idilli. WA«»,  F^nuu  MtimvcOwn, linen, Sjpiewii Vmtsm, tiiü day opcN«>  Got  WÊmmM j^/^mmM^MÌ'^ Ir^Hf MP WflFFWWP 1  I^HlK f^^MMfiTkiMiit*«»  BUARSHAVi« SALE.  » virttue of a writ«f fieri iaciis, issued from the Oork'aofSeaof iiieCIIrcuit Coótt ofthe uis  and tome cakh, on clock A. M., befeire theCotirt hou«é door of said county, the r^flM, aad interest of Samuel El^iot,' Jr d^ cci«^ pn thelBth dày of Aoril. 18Ì1. ai weU as the right, title, ^ intere^ Of J*H>es 6»«enlear, John G. McDonald« Pri^rrick an^ Winùmi Brent, téi^ t«iMtà,of the said ,9aaiud Elio», deeeaàfd^ «té (0 the fbtk>Mng Li^of «tKind, «H ^infanl betaf hi^ City ^ Watm.igtoiv tastile cpun^ afui^tMi, iiriti  tot U» w»arer4W—tot V »•»etltiare463~lot» 2d. Si, ^ 35,36. OJ^ 37,38.40.41, in squ^ 545—«quare 54{S, exoept lots -tquare o^K of .aqujare 546;  Í ÍSSÍS^L^Ü'ÍÜÍiíüI 18, 19,' ÎKV W1Ü 31—squape e-wt of ssiuj^ 546 ^  flifiti. Air feel- tM üelMíi . about, «bÀsc» orievef^n  iysilw- iMhiètvané ' . Mulinhc, of Balúñiof« who .jMreet  aad 90, in equ«« 5e9—e<<n.re 542—lots 5 and 6,  KENHAWA LANU3.  jjjj^f virtue of a, derd of 'rust from the late.J«^  troatee, heanng 1820, and recorded to the Clerk's office of Maiii.n coiinty, V^iiiia, he offt^r« fur tale, uvo tracts of L/iKO, c^veyid to him by the d<;ed afijteiiaidi lying in tlia<^couMv and'conti|fuous to each other, on the great ReMtawa river, and conta iiing tp-g«:ither something ni^retkan Twelve Hundred Acres,  As the subscriber is informeti, these lan<lB border on the east side of the riv- r for more than s mie, »bout twenty milts above it< mouUt; thirty-five mtloa below Charleston, and about forty nulM below the extensive Sdt Work« on th;it rner.— Ilie pub!io roadT from ChariMton to Point Piea-sant psJKes through these lands, and the ttu^pSke roud to Kentucky, about 10 milt * to the sou'h.  They »re believed to be uf the beat quaUfy o^ the wen knowt^ rich laftds on that rivtr, liaving: been granted ori^mlly by tite Crown of Gre»t Britain to tlie late Ccd. William Bronaugh, fur mililary services in tlie w»r of 1756, selecied by iSen. W>«sbiiwton in conjunction with lands grant-(d to himi'eir in like manner, an t taken adjoining these, hid offand surveyed under his pcj:-«(^l inspection, at a time wh^n he haSthe »hole country to choose from: they are said to be h avily iHn-bered, well wsiteiM, and to. contain a good portion o> rich river bouom.  Tlie connexion between the eastern and wetter» watera, t^e W the Jame* and KenhaWa rivers, now in progress of exteirt»on, under the HUSfnce« of the St»te ot Virginia, oust add greatly to the value of these lands, and tnake them an jeet worthy of attention.  Onie-foM:^'«f the puri^aae tnoney Will W'M quire« I in hand, and th^ rendne in th^e equal ati> nuiil paym^At^to be seeurt d by bond with secuti^, and a deed of inist UftOn the property. ' Sii^ title Win be conveyed as is vested ip. t^  it is believe4 to be perfect, aar the iqj&r ot the trust derived his title immediately from tli^ ot^iital grantee from the Crown, an before s ated^  The laiKU wiU be showii to aay applicant by C»pt. William Broiiaugh, who rewdea on them» and fur fuKher information apply peieonalfy or by letter, post pidd, the subscriber at tliis place, new Alexandria, in'tlie District Coluisib^  J. MA86N, Clwmont, Fairfax County, Virginia. July 24—eo6w  b  éir -albove  ^^MflMIÉ-ÍÉA divMta.  fhB.Kaéá liair Wcell||r«oi«ar ài« uidtrtii»  thé ebplés are ordere^. vfttt^'Oie  «udl i^ceive them it tfie rMo of 4iitlNÍ' vhdtker he be a subsi^bet^Wjhf Ühtiinr^ áoi ^üe aeriM wHI émbrac^ dt «Ike W^m ^iAt if«d in «e ám  «)d tt^kable iCi»aei ol^^iiMiiMl JtiHi* - - - "p^WIrtifA  .«An tlir »ecei^tMW valúe or intercflt to the American pkUnc, wilt oe wided, and fbr the fllM tisné will be oMleóteá^ 1á cheat', cpnveiiieat, and handi>ome forai,'^ dm IW^ imponant and interestiog|- of those wliieh ^avi takert t^ace in our o«n countir. AfraHgemeiile have alwbeen flbade for the early proQuremtmt iff all the celebrated French, German, í'^nÜh,* aM ItafuM trials, attd for their speedy and careáil translsitiim for this seriei. Tliey nm be pubMrfi-e d periodicaUif fuK the, i^mtHience of limmunmiim; W. Bronaiith áhd wife to the iwbsori'btf I P'P®''^'" ^ÍÍV  dW Ott the 8th of November,  - ^ eenrt*, and for uny greater di&tancé 22| cents.  Owing to the gre*t amount of valuable mMter to be embraced within tlio aeriea^ several, jieswa wiK be required for ita oOltfpletion. NO' iubsert-ber"however will bere^uifed to receive the'vtork fqr more than one year, and m aabscripjtion.will b« ncr ccived for fc shorter A failure VajgiftSñ^^  tice of a wish to discoitfmie a subscrlptioi^ piW'^ vioiialy to the commencement of a new yéár, will etiiitle the publisher to payment An* thM year.-— The low price at which this publication will be issued, will render it,n<^ssary that all orders «hottid he accompanied by a year's subwription, and ihfift all communications relating to the work stioukl be postpaid. The first number wiQ be Issued as early as the arrangementa for its regsiar appearance shall be completed. The subscriber requ sts the attention ol the public, ¡to the fact that thi« series of Trials will be the gAayetl, moti perfiet, mud eamprehenaive that ha» wr Oj/^ptartd m atijf eatifarjf. It will of course, contain aU that are valuable in the Ca»«et ^Jeieiret of th^ ICreáehi referred to by Mr. Burke, in the fbllowfog paragraph;  *'The annals of Crimtmd Jurisprudence exhibH httman mture in a vamty nt positions, at once the most staking, interáitiiig and. affcctir^. tliey " life, often heightened  tMÉKAMn  íA^m^ »fííM fém^ uiâtnmm npQp M» mm «11« H ekiiio îMto Xhk tUada «f tho  ^ ' Hipnr>mwi%m fc»^ ëoB»» ... - ■Ußdarnrnti^mm  Boutlíirett,  '^îltd^m  üiglM'i I«« Im  Ott exntneneé, RÍDMÍOMI^ thè^iiQhrthrt étirnmnêim t BIm Wáflntelfiíitbi^^f Aâl«er wm deétmatioii» STFor Seatr, apf^it Un Cknuiralttsfe •dioininr BrownV andj^Aliler'a H^^  jŒit. TI. CUIlMINO»,A«tfnlL  present trageaies of real th<^r . (feet by the grua«iea»of the injisiUtM^ swA the malignity of t^^prt^diCea wMch tibl^pi^ nied them. At the same ;tiai0.realcttlpfft\ as cri final characters, sU.|d forward on the cvmm of humanity as prominent objects of our s|Mg|pta|itudy^ lhwoo#ten Wondered ttut the EivJldi I^gua^ cootaioano book like the Utuuei C^frjret of Frei-ch, particularly aa the openness of our pro ceeclings renders the records mcaw certi^ imd ae-ceiMible, while our public bntory and dmieatic «>iifl!cta,have oft'ered so man;  „ |BilTjPAi4^ ür A^aimim It- n^t.  k tl^ ailaiitkiii^liii préêm)^  mmam ' "  rcaiM ^tb^mm-mmi^  fdusre  ------ -......t, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66,  lots 4, 5. and 6, in 503—aqtiare 547—.square 596—square 5^—square east of aquare 596, whereof the said 4a^ Giçealeaf ill tefwi tenaiifr—lota 12 and 13, in iqûar^504—lota Í6 an417* ii^ square 878-lol 40, tftt^ 403-^lòt 89, in tquare 50â—lot >14, ii square 488—lots 3, 3, 4. 5, 9, 10. ami 1), m I «iittüw 268' ■ o^re 384~4»ts 19 and 30. in square h 3| 3, A 5, 6, 7t 8,9. 10, It, 12,19, »» ài 32, 33, and 24, in square 435- lots 5, 6, 7, 8, 27, 28^^, 30, 33,^33, apd 34, i«* «q«»*« 9, and 1% In iq^jare 503-lots 14, f^ «b 17,18, 19, 20, Í1, 33, and 33, in square 5llé<JHlM|èai% east of square 549-^)d ons undiv.-ded nof«ty «tf'tota 4^nd 5, in sqtiare east of ^ ihelMW»* 708, atiaed and taken aa the property of 1m J tn^id aamurl ElUpt. Jr, deceaard, and Jamea Skl Gi^nleM; John G. IffUpnald, Frederick May,  w  WWiam Brent, terw teminta pf Samuel EBi<rt,  ldt»ne. Hit work will \nm\ir.» deceised. aiid sotó to ÄtUfy an ««cutiort ^ ^ .L ^ l^J-. «imI ÌÉM>KBnii;s' Bank  in the  tliC lidest  ^mOmHaker^ to tlie <&itt«ft the M I  in  lisbr tho Farme»' and «¿fchanics' Bank of  ALEXANDER HUNTER. June Marslial U. C.  N. B. The above sale ia postponed to Thurs-¿t Nsr, ^ 10th day of-September next, same hour I and place. ALEXANDER HUNTER.  Marshal D. C.  Mid pisce. Jttlydl.«^  ^pew^thon. An* J^verite« C»sar. pf Allthon's iiV». Gouldli  i^eomet^. , Fot. ttíi. Sto.  «r CokmMá and àiBbin^f adwrtiaMtlKttii^'lowést  iMde to heaÀ of iiMi^  NKW BOOKS. fT^ISCOURfE- ON NA'rURAL THBOLOGY, JfP showing the nataice «f the evidence and the advìiitsjfe of swidj. .fty ^nnpLord Brougham,  ------ nd Menibei^ or thç National InsUtute of  Price eéiit*.  A$S .90(0X8. M «or Olm-  4 itvm e^-i 9-  Clamìea* arl F»*nèe. Pri^ -----— , ,  " ' I ^ Soni Edited by the Countess of  Morley. In 3 volumea. Price $1 25. The Law Lihraiy (v? conUiiwg the  eonclustcw of Äaif» oh Lekal Judgment, and Dww-utdi «nd their rdlea of  con-  i«s*a Trealwe on SUtüt^ ftrueti<m.  Phrenological Coróro#«f«y, answer to Vindeat; b* O, S, Foièleri! with oll»ei l*-hr«nolog'ieal mat-CdUJ*««"* price 25 cent». For ante bir  Aug 7 p.THQMPtON.  RAM ON l«GÂÏ.Mjû0OÏWETiT. WARIUS'I TtreMMc^on Sttttutita and their Rules of Conrtraetkm. Both of thë im^é w«rks are !«oi4iined» • eoinple«B imd t fi^ with Ä^e (M|^ tlfíÍex, appeiiíHx  ^ '«■alar ««««Jt A «aaaemWAakA ««J ^tki  p teparite and perfeet volume, (to loKaeribera of the Library) b^ng about i ' ^Âènts «lyi^li, trhUé thetr cost in the usy^ law book forai hlfim S lo 4'dHllátv each. Subset,btiQoa to the l4uir|ihi«ry will btt received at the Waveriy CmtM^^ihrbyti-fahmedkitely east of  «"<1 European pei i-•dSc^ vtvongly eavalopcd to all  pg^ ihe Çgted Stiitej^ » 'Aug 7^  PROSPECTUS OP THE SUMTER GAZETTE.  Br Jams« M. Rosntiro. ILL appear in the town of Uvingston, Sumpter county, Alabama, on the 1st week ip Sefi^ber, 1835, and once a week for ach succ ed««g tireeit, a public newspwer, entitled the S«ifTBB GaSKTta,to be devott d to Politics^ Literature, Sciençe, and Agricultm^ upon a er-royal sheet.  rhfe Etfitor dtiems it but necessary to mw, that a town ofthe popul^on and wealth of Livingstoi^ sit^ted in a county containing near two ttiousand freemen, possessed of all the advantages necessary to ren ier them a happy and enlightened peo-ile, demands the nublication of a ncws|Miper, to >e devoted to the developement of their early and rupidly mereaasRf prosperity.  We sh'.iuldiike to avwd politicft, but al' publpo expectation seem to require an expression of tite principles by which we »hall be governed—hjnring entered the s#ena—we wHl not shrink from the resp>n8ibiliqr of avowing them.  The Gazette will support the measures oí ih¿ >reaent Adsùnirtratton, si> lunjç as it con^iiuiú tO> "uraisb evidences of its ñüthful st'aeliment t^ the Cmstitutioa and ÍAisiótr viewing, as we do, its; fc«^ m r great anddíltinguishir^ acts as the oiily per manent safeguanbi of the same.  In the cuntcat lbr tJie next Presidency, pji^incf pies, and not men, shall govern us. Be#eet) the two most prominent candidates preaentedl to the consideration of the American public, ipvoly^g, t would seem, a choice between men oul^ito »«iti Mr. Buren, of New Torlr, and Judge White, of Teniitssee, we wwd.l feel sume heiiitancy Tn pronouncii^.upon the most suitable one: biit Ibr the safety of the principles whkh oo ^^atfy tri-tiunphed m 1839, we shall point to the candidate tA' the great Deipocratic party, howevejr strtmgour preddectlons, under other circumstance be for a western man. When principes aré at stake, the c'aims bS individuals are dust in the 1baI-> ance.  For illustration, we skall at all tiiiMfl maintain and defènd the Rsasavxn át^ legitii^te bo iff» of th» States against any encroachment of* aad al»o o^ose any usumptio^ on thé pi^ of Stuks over the SIlPREMACY of thé láwf of the^ pi^renf GOVERNMI^NT. ^^We. are opposed to a NjaTidiias, Ballsc, ifkngr kmd whatever, upoi) eotvdif^fhftai grounds, and ita Jm'rnétíse'poWeh also a T^airv for Paofweswk and iRTKaKAL iMraovsxsvT, by theGsRERAt. ûo-v KH loa it»^ purposes.  Aeaii'DLTO  A due shall II  ^^s be opra to all partiest but ^e pwds^ oúr-•elVt 8 to preserve the dignity of tl#  T^RMS.—Four Dollars» if pwd withm ë^t Wèeks from the iasuanee of the firatifiumberv ot^r-wise Five Dolíais wil) be invariabl/ (^vg^ Advertisements at Üie bsual rate. July 15  IS^OHAB,. I l iotliis V, ] çrirod attne  pASêlON PLOWÄR.—Subscriptions beaiitifull littl« Periodic .1 will be rc^  •t^the unfiMiunate and the guiltyr 3ueh a cOÎIêc> lion, drawn £^om «ur own nath^d scUrccs, and varied by references to caaes of the c(mdMirtal niMiuu«, would exhibit man as tìe is in action and in principle, and not as lie is usually drawn by poeta and Specubiivr philosophers."  The wtbscribersto the "IAW Library" arjste-speetfully requestfd tft mi&e'th\s ente^iseknown to tJicir brethren uf the Bar, arid to fothers, and to forward early, Subscriptions to tlw publier.  JOHN S. LITTELL.FbUadelph;a. The undersigned sti ongly reowmmaud the pi«-potcd seri.» ofthe celebrated Trials tatlte pftfO-nage ofthe Bar of the United States,, and bcGeve that the work wdlbe both useful luid instruètîve to the members of the prafea^n, and a vahii^la adtlitioii to every well aeleetedLtw f Jbrary.  HORACE BttiNBY, CHARLES .CUAUNCEY, JOSEPH A. INGESSOLI^ JOHN SERGEANT. , CHARLES J. INGEBSOLL, JOHN Pt»tDON.  • tv»,«V llj twmimm St pUF|#i  The LiTxaAHT, SçtiuiTir^c, rpi^ Aeaieo iL Depariment tit our pHptr portion of our attentiài Ita coluMm ahaì^ i  PoBusaxt) ar rai sonacniaan,  ** The Law Library," edited by John PurdoiH Esq. ofthe Philadelphia Bar. Subscriptions may commence with Janttar}- or July^ 1834^ January or July, 1835, or with January, 1836.  It I» tlie (ri>ject ol this publ.cation to furnish ^ntltmen of the Bar with the moat important Bri ti«h elementary treatises upon Law, in a fonh whtdk will render them ftr less expensive than wmka of this description have hith«rto been. The pUti ot fh^ pubhcation is believed to be auch as to re-coirnwnd it to the support of the Profi^oagen emily in the United States. Mimy valuable »'«»■ks are thns circulated, ^at would itot other* wise be reprinted in this eouni^,—works calcu lattd to eruarge the science of JurinHudenee, and to elevate the chan^ter of the Profirssion, itnd at an expense very much less than tli« uft»a l coat of law bo^s. Thè Law Library is publié ed in munlhfy nom large octavo, o« sbout 300 pages eaob, upon fine paper and with a hand smne^pe, at $10 ptr umumt and for this aum, books are furnisheid .to aubsot^ibers, titat wòuAd oat them in obiter, fimo» about $75,  JOHN S. LirU'ELL. Hoi 11, Aug. 7—dim .Ge^ga itf^t, PhiMeH^ia.  Bite Coi. Anth^  li^iSSi*"''*'  T. 8.;>iAi'«Ml ÈÊ AtÉéla ^ititeMMrthM  ChfkLt Otliillit*^ áMftib  Gapiir '^hWe" i^e^ Jan^ 1S35. nea Coiìsòfidated.  PECK, WELLFOMDb « CO, ndw èWlìii« the intertcctiiig linei, whieh ib^rto rendèredan unsnterrupted pasai^re throiith Uus rotfte, liÀcetliun, ]>»mtse traivoUart i through the #ht4ie roàté. ** aecure fijwn ruptiòn from eonflietlng Intèresta." '  TWO BTEAM^SOaTS 'da&y Irate Waahiiqr. too for Fedei^sbi^, Vftginiat whére, èh Tism-day<^ Thund^s, aod SiMffiU^ coachca are in vaitin|^ to take paasei^(crs oi to CwterftyiH^ Farmvdle, Prince Edward CoortJioas^ I^ÌAur Court héuaek Virginia; Miltoit* Or«cn*w^* Lex* lii|;ton, Batisbtìry, ChaHotte, Scc., NotW CaMi^ Yorkville, Unionville, Abbeville, fcc., S.Caiwlina Wa^gton, Greenaborq^? Batontìn. tb MU* ledfaville, Gtoi|^ w^ere thia Jine uitte« with the Metropolitan Uae to New Orleanf, <Ust«nt frmn Washington City,hy tkif rpute, 1^17 Wki €mìy4ì Interseetliw linea to Còlun^ia» Attlritsfta, Knuxv'Ole, Talhhafee, ite. ^ ^  The Soothf^«m &ic^lÀt*BMine4gevU)eJbr Washmgton Citv, Toftdi^ Fridsyii, ami days(drtancc658milm t«r<Vgh in eigbt haJfday% altowUi^ylw time fUateep andr mei^i Speed aa g^ aa ia cmumtent with and csfety. A Hfperior . naturai road, ncithèr mountiiinous iKta> saiaily^ ÉaMi^T thrcughi the famtd gold reg^ .ofNorth Carolina.  Good watei>^ahli^ 9<Mmtry, esoelleitt tav^f^ with lo# élivg*^ tempènde drivers, and supeiior hoNea'Mid eo»^''^,, ' ^ 'I ' '  The pM^i^tbrs to  «l*an,hy«ivmg ihls line feeUiiff  dentthatmey tfUltra«^ iC afterw^ thfffwdves. It ia their ait^Otts wiA to iMdli^^ a p^uiar fine, ai.d wor^ of paÉtenag* théftfoK. bef to be inìbS-iHed oTany mfe«nii«t or fmriiomi in thelr service.  (i;>We are now arriving ai FrtdefidKiri^lu«', VaTnimi the goii^, the niglit preViot^a to jtna  IbledelayifMiMilwNitnÉwftii ^  tf 9f (éMt^  f  ^additioiiatoll. y - . ^ ^ :  to 33 liniftinciK weliilìng atari^lirOriiaiaen^  Tbw^itffr.fñr «It, Om, maMoHneat ^ti^ Ilasb«v BMP «MtMherwii^wfl^l ^ «hÍch aoed¿eiM b^ füM^oAterfiiitM :ai4boh'afiiiáriBiii^ BrèiMftBd.. ^ _.. • ; ; ;  ammgement wtU contìnue from Ist A|»r4 Décember. Iiay3f,lf  Caotios —Travelers south oit jfil^' going iMMth, should ärear^/e «ilér tí viOc oni^.  FECK. WELLFORI»« ft CO. FredeJ^kabuntand Dawrifiéj V«.  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