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Herald Of The Times (Newspaper) - January 3, 1809, Syracuse, New York HERALD fits I1EAD SUSLIME, jinn DAKES fue roxxtDJBtg ksf of TIMK." VOL 1) POINTED BY LE.OXARD KELLOGG, MAN US VILLAGE, ONONDAGA COUNTY. TUESDAY EVENINC OF THE'TIMES. 'NEW GOODS. subscribers in the village at Two Dollars per annum, payable quar- terly. Persons furnished by mail at the vil- lage price. Subscribers, by paying m advance, will be supplied for one Dollar and.50 Cents. Subscribers, in companies, where- the number amounts to thirteen, will be'furiiibhed Jt the rate of one Dol- lar and 25 cents per ann. by pay- ing for them when delivered. A- liberal deduction made from the 1 last mentioned price to Post-riders. Advertisements" inserted upon rcason- able terms. '______________ CABINET MAKER. THE Subscriber returns his thanks to his former customers, and so'icits a contin- uance of iheir favors. He imoiv ca'rryinipm thtfCAsrref MAKIKC BUSINESS near the Court Hou-is in He has engaged excellent workmen, and on Jiand a Urge stock of Cagxitr and tim- bsr, suitable for any kind of xvork. He pled- ges himself to sell as cheap as any workman ju tlie either upon credit or for .duce; a- d a deduction will be made of (tacitly percent, for Cash in hand. PAlfJtlltG MILLS, Mads and warranted, at dtJlari, paya- ble in Produce; or nxteen djflart, Cosh. [19tfl DAVID ADAMS. t Cvu't ffoute, 13. 1808. BRISTOL V OiVMSBEE, tivtd arr tffimtj; ____fxlrtfivt tnural gjfartmtiti cf HARD WARE, -abut THE TIMES: JANUARY 3, 1809. JOHN POST, IX GOODS 6? GROCERIES, ch he will sell low for Gyfik and moit Is of country Produce partuash will be 1 for good Wheat, Pot and Pearl fanlmi, A'tfo. 22, 1808. 27 N CONTINUED.) and tfti Iten Mr. I'nti- ffiey to Jfzition, vttlt ih Mr. 1'intnni to t1fr Mui LAND OFFICE. SIR, Mr. Canning has just sent me a note, of "hicli a copy lit enclosed, relative to an iaten- ded alteration, upon the subject of'cotton, in in their i.ito execution the lite oi-dcii in.council. You will perctiir, upon the accidental OFFICE kenthVtlu: the accidental IS M-pt DJtlii. (as already csplainri! to 'sjBscnber, in binai Vidagc, jou uvmy letter of. the 26th of Ut month) Rrmait _ __ NO. XoCrcitgiven forany of theabo.e Goods. Jto Butlicts Hemp Seed, 20 do. Herd's Crass do. 2000 IDS. CUiVer do., A BRIflOL treifl if iialuu, REMOVAL. Hfjrfy efjHutt Ibe uvtcfMeun. Kar S RrnutUtr, aria, k n mir ttmtr ant.. 4 b'Sf afJvalMaUfftlleu. BOOKS, istti varhat eftaffmtartJ. 4 yttt English Stationary, MUSK. Printing and ga Countv. BENJ.'SANFORD. 1808. 2 were draun from'mc, ionic time since, upon fit; singularly oftnMie project ofimposmga transit dirty upon our couon I mer.Honu! tVr >ou fit mf litter of the 3d instant, that he ap- peared to have misapprehended the tendency" lean linen and cotton RAGS, Delivered at this office. une 7. Jlf virtue of an execution to me taken the real and personal property ot com Livingston; the said real propcity 39 acres of land on lot No. 98, of Manlius, by ion to re- move thts obnoxious feature from their plan, for the purpose of subituuting and alsolutc ititerJict of the export of that article, under an idea that we cease to object to it_r biitthat I thought. It my duty to decline to Rive him any encouragement to do 1 agreed as he-seemed to it, to his to you. A few days scat for nV-'ajjtin and renewed his of an immediate change, ivitli from a prohibitory to a direct p'rohi- t 12U- day of January next, at 1 o'clock r. a. For RosfcRT EAKU Sheriff. bv.25, 1 J. t, Jr. alternative arrangement, which )oa will see stated in u-jte; but adhering to Uic deter- ntinatioiul lia'J formed, upon the first sppcar- ance of the orders, in council, to make no Comprom.se (without p-. cise directions from ;lie which occupied bv Sub- virtue of an cve-cution to me ave levied on all the real anJ personal prop- ofJDatuel rial property con- ng of part of !ou N'o. Ifi, 2o, audJS, in announce, by IrcominJ a party toils details, town of Fabius, .which 1 shall W1 I received tin as I had done the wh- at public auction on the 17th of Janu try cr. _ -_ _ _____ A. u. at tiiu now Tlie_ British govemaient, had rc- t gjff'ti.jjy'' the said Dante, Kabia-. to adopt this last mentioned plan, For RoESKTEiati, Sheriff. it ray concurrence or not, 'ec. 5, 1808'. v L.MAHSrf.' I'uaOn a presumption, that it would be more i' under the contaihrar 10Oacres.' On the premises are are more oeiuisiuie, than 30itrei a by the first day mr. .unacr 'f a couitoriauie nf imv, note, is to Inch of the; bout half a mile west of James Wisnare. is an excellent stand foca tavern, or 'mechan- ic. On said premises U a brce grove of a mile of a Saw and Grist Mills be received in part payment, and a reasonable credit given for the Apply to the subscriber. LEVI CLARK. November 3, 1803. [25lf) LJ tttln.fr if .1809, NO riCE is hereby given to all persons Foc al ,he jUnlilis Boo'kstori, by the in the estate ofJau Mungcr, nr m.mbcr. _ interested in the estate oWetie Alunger, late of the town of Camillus, in the count) of Onondaga, deceased, that they appear before' George Hill, Surrogate of said county, at his office in the town of Onondafp, in the county aforesaid, on the 17th day of January next, at one o'clock in the afternoon of that dsy, to shew cause if any they why so'rauch of tb.5 real estate, whereof tile Jesse died seized, should not be sold as will be sufficient to ply his debts. Dated Nov. 23, 1808. GEORGE HALL, Surrogate- THE Subscriber respcctfully-Tn- forms the public that he has erected a FURN AC E, one roils north of the village of Auburn, iu the county of Cayuga, where he can cast common IRON WARE, under three hundred pounds weight. A supply will be constantly on hand, for which eld Metal, Cash, or most kinds of Produce, will be re- ceived in payment, by the public's bumble osrrant. ADAM TRASK. Jfm. 15, 1803. 6tf. NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to R. S. TOVSLET, are informed that payment will be delayed no longer than' until the first day of January Persons indebted as alxnc, who may pay no attention to this friendly call, be prosecuted without discrimin- ation. Dec. 13, OGS' BRISTLES. "acs a pound be riven, in >od HOGS' BRISTLES, led from 61th, if deliv- riber in Mantras. SS JACKSON. hundred or less number. roil s HE .is ASOVK. Report of tlie Triati of the eiaiiti tf Elisha Jenkins -at. Solomon Van Solomon Van Rcr.sselaer vt. John Taylcr, The tame ft. Charles D Cooper, and The tame vi. Francis Dloodgood, The i'.itia Act; being to organize the M.Iitia of the State of New York, HORSES .WANTED. rryiE Subscriber will attend at the Village X of Manlius, on the first day of February next, for the purpose of purchasing HORSES of from 4 to 7 years old; amongst which 10 pacing and tacking horses wood preferred. Persons baring to dls; of, win do well to call at that time, as satUfai torr payment will be made. THOS. M'KCfSTRY. Mm. 22. 1808. _ 2 N. B. No hairs pulled or Wanted immediately, SOOlbs. j fftt jrfcny. XEELKS. SAMUEL CURKr. cvfflnr tf n IM Kt'.U. f'.ltf. W LutJ, tidauitrrn a tif JV KCBSKT EAP.LL. SUriH ALLEN mitDEff. Kf ROSEKT EMU. J. FMLL T- "aV" to'ffcc their sj stem, aj fir they from the disadvantage of one of the for- raiiiolc reprojches which their opponets cast upon it. Kut the wise and magnanimous course would be, at once to tread back their steps upon the whole of thitf ill judged meas: urc instead of rel> upon small and unsub- stantial modifications, nhich 'neither produce an effect upon its character and principle, nor mitigate the seventy of its practical conse- I might if I thought it advisable, take the occasion, which mr Canning's note undoubtedly fimishcs. to press. upon him once more, the policj-, as well as tlie justice of Mich a course; bnt I belike it, under all cir- cumstances, to be more prudent' to wait for instructions, which must I think be ve- ry Monrecched I have already had the honor to send you two copies of the resolutions, moved in the house of commras, by the chancellor of tne exchequer, as tables of export duties, to which theirbillshonld refit. I haveenclosed in anoth- er letter, which this will b: accompanied a of the bill itself, which will, however, undergo several alterations. These will U- ttd them) in the letter above mentioned. I have the honor to be. Sec. WILLIAM PIA'KA'EY. Mr. Ccmani; to foreign Office, February 22, JSOS. have already had the honor of you in conve'rsation, of tht disposition which is felt by the government. :o Rtvc due weight to the obsenations which you have made to me respecting the unfavorcblc Pffer, afeo Feathers For which good pay will be made Apply at the Store of JAMES 6? CCJIMIVCS. A'ov S9. [28 JtMfeeriredet the StenSto Rontaerr, HIK bALfc CLOVER te, HERDS GRASS SEE! -Vet-, is. CKS. B. BSWTOI bnt broajb: into the ,0 pons this country, cojiformably to the ten- or of the orders of council of she 1 :th of Xo- already appnied, that the princi of this measure fir ROBUST j to this country. D- irrmfc. simple method ofcnforcracthissystcjn f at -Jx Manem BKtrore, 4> wouM have to follow tic A.Varittvof hy prahibiani; alto- Eqois. Jouroals, all coramrrctal between aMs fertrrtinj; Music; rith a Gamut afjc ici Os.5a.
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