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Adams Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1827, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania F9BZJ8HSD BY ROBERT L XII. OOOTttTIONS v ADAMS SBNTJKEL" is published Wednesday, at TW per .Dottors and d within the satne be CMfered at on Saturday the 1st of December A a c tip a r. --.-V sf- c WM.B.CAMP, Motion G that he has ever; brought to this ptece, Tie jjurchaood thorn entirely for withamost Assortment and character and the peo pie become ao to jsee the the plainest precepts of morttlityf dis- torted anid perverted, that can at !lMtheai( al of 'the politieB r fair In of the greatocean of mankin i, d> ht-r around the scum and IV......f stdriii; while the au aad thoughtful wh9 consult uv left to be sold at Auctipii prices for the; same His Stock now conr 0 A5JH, at reduced p on the premises n Liberty Ada.ms county, adjoining lands; of Abraham which: are a Stone Dwelling-house, Log iiarn, andLbthjr Out an 'excellent IJ.T- of fruit -f a _jje. if gddd water near the a it. Any person wishing to view the shewn "them by George Sheets iTesiatiiig1 there- wiH coro-rtiMirft at and determined to sell them is low or Iow6r than they have ever been sold in, Gettysburg, for Cash or try y j.' Bang-up Gords, Velvets, :v rh Md Taran Plaidfr snce Uonored i1 the r dared be 'an" le, in the Circassian do v and and Bonitbazetts, LOOKING GLASSES, fee. is Stock is tensive, and lower old tehis ers'wduW do aridexam triing his Stock of With almost every other article iti his Jine His Goods are all- of -n'.iHwil f- ted. He invites the Public generally to -calLand Goods. He also returns his, thanks to those who have favored him with their solicits a eontinuahce of the same. Gettysburg, Nov. 13. tf 0; Queenswarej Stoneware, _ -1, "ib the latest importations, witt be .warran- ted good, and sold -at 'Very 'l of thjfai to declare that Had" arrived when the -south'must decide whether to sub? mit to oppression or to In this audacity, seethe sage coun- hiscountryiset nougbj. Jft warhed us ajgaiiwt tlfe'lJo- >nung-QJT who would schemes djsuiiion of the Will you ad- vice of yoii follow the disorganizing rf'sectional rather are. inevitable, and the- alarmmK try in heard tbrongh the man J.-._.'_- J Jut i si hiof. t.he t ing yuUl tttkm u> wain iemisfortune it the more ne- lliL.valt] here.tofori i to the'enietrty. fol- him, lilllr of U id violent in er. his raeasWfts too, much inclined Ifcjitai.'yn- J .1 r TI iit to oiir oWi iand. faithful ijervantj that we should: seek Mm Quyrfe and examine, may wst assu- of having Goods ofiered them as and with some reason, for Our and ingrttfitude. They tell us that when Jeffersdn and'Madison were tier ilidt whlcK v-ij _ JJaJotiai that all ill be ii uy of Ad thatupon flee 12 o'clock, attendance will be tiven, arid the terms made by cheap as they can possibly be had any where. GeTtysburg, tf" set the above Property is not sold on said day jit will be Rented, by Uc one the 1st "of April next. FOB. RENT. WILL dU( be Rented, by Public Ven- due, at Daniel Hossler's Tav- fronT on the who are indebted to him either by or Book Accouut, will please to call and settle the same: Wtilet C. York Turnpike, on Saturday the 1st of December.next, The one containing 200 Acres, more or less, situate in Straban township, A- dams county, about 6 miles from Get- tysburg, on rthe Turnpike Road to York the improvements on which are Ma two-story House, a good Barn, a Well of Water near, the door, The is situated in the same (Jettysbu rg, on the road to Hunters-Town, containing 320 Acres, more or improve- ments on which are a at _-S opened an Office ia-the-room one door north of the Register's indebted to the Subscri- ber, will' confer a particular favor by discharging their accounts soon, as hg no to obstruct the salutary mei Wrel of ;their when some of the more desperate malcbntents now, threatened disunion rather than submit to their goYernments, they cordially supported our 'Virginia Pres- is mucfi in want of imoney. It is hoped that this request will not be ver with inattention. GEORGE ARNOLD. Office. Getty sbu rg, Sept. 18. tf WM. N. IRVINE, 8NTENDS practising in tbe several Courts of Adams County. His re- sidence and Office are in the thind house below the Indian King Inn, West York street. 7. __________tf From the Richmond Whig. OF Log Mouse, Log ft Subscriber informs his friends and the public, that he will attend to tho business of. CONVEYANCING TO THE No. VT The question has been often asked really I have_never seen it fair- ly We seek.to eject Mr. Adams from office at the end of one term contrary to the usage established by Washington, Jefferson, Madison and Monroe, each of whom for two terms. The inference too plainly to be drawn from our violent opposition to his'administration has been-conductedin the true spirit of his he is not one of us-_not a but a YANKEE. I If this be really the only ground'of our opposition, it is far more dishonorable to us than to him. There is no part of the Constitution ty and zeal; alnd we passed the perilous crisis in safety. They suy to us, and they say truly after indulging: you for thirty two years out of the thir- ty six, since, the adoption of the consti- tutron, have placed one of our own cit- orftission, w ho the izens in the post of honor, and how you treated him What return have made to us-for of the citizens of your choice? We speak not of those reckless disorgani- zers who foretel disunion and rejoke at its approach, publicly declaring that they prefer George the IV. tola Yankee President; those who proclaim that they will not pay tribute it is a matter of indifference to them whether OWor New England shall be our car- riers But we speak of the unkindness and hostility of Uie great body__of your citizens, who-though stopping far short of these extravagancies, still so far u- nite'with their authors as to give them I countenance and support. we so we too had our demagogues the days of Jefterson and Madison, what would have been your fate''" ciate of Ij Lev them gent fello w-citu'ensi, an O and summonnig -opposed whether few or tive counties, egates tom'ee of January riexty great support for President.' Thei advantages of are obvious.- First, members of the legislature froto a vice which doesnot comport the: ser- the memberi, most, uri- favorable to a" wise aftd sec- ondly, because the representation is so unequal, that the voice of the may be "controlled. Is it-np that the majority epntroi in the ture of the staw Willfhe w well M CTI a we near the door, and an Orchard. Sale to commence at 12 o'clock, M. due attendance will be given, and conditions made CORNELIUS LOTT, Executor of George Bercaw, dec'd. Nov. 13. tv ia To the Heirs and Legal Representatives of Margaret Williamson, LATE of the State of Ohio, dec'd, (formerly of Adams county, I'enn- viz.': The children of Fran- cis Cassat, deceased David, Peter, Francis, Dennis, Bernard, Sarah, Ma- and Elizabeth The children of H at his Office in South Baltimore'Street, next door to B. (iilbert's Tavern, where Deeds, Mortgages, Releases, -Bonds, more fully vindicates the wisdom of its authors, than the arrange- ment of this delicate and difficult sub- U.wJJVf v. lltWLlk vl tliA.i? will be drawn with neatness despatch, j Ject. It ISAIAH DILL, j the election of the President, whojby his What reply, my fellow citizens, can you make to this severe but deserved reproach? I know of none. The ex- isience of tliis b'ttioft, let me assure-yea Gettysburg1, July 31. tf ra, ay icd ith Pe- termarried wilh Thomas B. David, Sarah, and Isabella The chil- ciren of PrtL-r Cassut, dt-ceased Susan- na, Peter, and Alexander, '1'ho Ciiildren of Dennis dee cased Robert, and Mary Jacob C-svat Ida Brinker- holT; and iuU-. :n ter Hulirk or the Ui of them as arc :.hat. QUivS'l 2d djy of Dfcembrr jif..it< the premi- eeSj viz. the ur.di- i.lod Tract, of Land. si sTi p T aTrnrrn-r-rrv, artp i 1 1 i i Jacob Cass.it and othrrs, containing OTTT hundrrrl more the sub- scrrbrr tn smy prrstm to A title will be g-ncn, clear of all in- JOHN HERSH, SET. Gettysburg. Aug. 14. tf --di.i ,s of such IN- tin par o! c in Strain town- i i d vof less, to the ssjd land to and anvMV- the Heirs and Legal He- presentativcs of or as m an v of them as the sairiP will modafe. if the
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