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   Adams Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - December 5, 1827, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                               BY ROBERT OOODXiOB WITH CAttlt TH1 OF TOOB TttB V o. 5 00VDITXON8. ADAMS is published, .Wednesday, at Twc> Bolters far Two and fifty CSsnfrj if hot paid within the year. not exceeding a square, are published three titnes rt PRIZE III of aft ter, Tuwttyrjiui Gttits, r Those exceed- ing a in the same Auction Bargains! -v, AS jiist retiinjed ftom Phiiadel- iat and Baltimore, with the most that hp. lias ever brought frthlft tnai ne nas ever yvttiia He has purchased them; CASH, at reduced is enabled and determined sell them as ETAH1.DRS BY the fifth sectiont of -a supplement to an entitled an Act laying i duty on foreign Merch- andise, it is'macie, the the ;resj ountry to WVerahfer .a sons retuirneid to theni -as ;Re- Foreign Merchan oregn ercanse, nating those that and those that havo noti taken out Licttasea within fm j FOLITICAXt Froiti the New York Dully Advertiter GEN. JACKSON cbn4u.ct towards Mr. member of the legislature of Louisiana, some time bat returned New d i ter the British army had-.left Loi, "in, 23-idiay? after the act of h v British if received intellie- M- _. .-f of many and much both among his partisans and his pppo- opposers havecalled jit ille- gal arid had, beeh in D. n Between the TfoJted States am' ,1 from th- i .tt news of had beeii receive! I j' i -1 above n. J. Drafting of the Class Union Canal Cities and Counties, 10 VvisVtliollArl Itt The following is published in ance of said section tyrannical and oppressive. His friends than they hayee sold in tryrPrpdttefei Was sold by J fa Subscriber, next. SC1JKME CONTAINS 600! Cliina, Glass, andQueens-W ate, JACOBWFLEIGff, GEORGE MEYERS, JAMES THOMPSON, justified it on the ground of State LouaiUier with mutiny and exciting mutiny, has published a transac- the ifollow- ing .v It seem of War be considered jrted from her eriemiet m! ejLcuM1 for J., 7an4; all and alt constitutional All ELEGANT ASSORTMENT OF, Gilt, Mahogany, and Piue LOOSING GLASSES, His Stock of GROCERIES is ex- than.thcyhave THOMPSON JOSEPH CARL, CHRISTIAN HEMLER, HENRY SANDERSy- JOHN an article inn newspaper on March; complainingof of Gen. Jackson's, commanding the French, leave that place in three And to keep themselyes at the distaQce of one hundred and city. 'For this he was arrested and im- artaH  arrested, he applied" to ?ud.ofe HalHjf "the JACOB BEXLER For sale in the greatest variety of Lucky Numbers, at South B'altimOre-street, next door to __.....___B, .Gilbert's. Tavern. Prize Tickets in all authorised Lot- teries taken in payment for ahd all Lottery information given gra- tis. Clubs liberally dealt with. Gettysburg, Nov. 20. td Gettysburg, Nov. 13. ICPThose who are indebted to him either by Note or Book Account, will please to call and settle, the same. Corpus, wftich was granted. Instead -w ALL persons indebted to the Estate of JAMES HUNTER, late of Mountjoy township, Adams county, de- ceased, are requested to make payment: And all persons having claims against said Estate, are requested to present theni for settlement, to the subscriber, at the house of James Gourley, Inn- keeper, in Gettysburg, on Saturday the 15th of December next, at 11 o'clock, A.M. JOHN ADAIR, Mntr. Nov. -4t 1 OB. 2 Boot and WILL receive constant -mentand liberal wages, kiag immediate application to JOHN AGNEW. Gettysburg, 20. 34 JESSE .CONNELL, BJ1VID MIWLEKAWF, JOHN GORLEY, THOMAS MKNIGHT, GEORGE BASSE, JVfLL, u GEORGE SWOPE, GEORGE ARNOLD? WILLIAM E. CAMP, v Auction Bargains! GBORGE'ARNOLD HAS just returned from the City, with a most Splendid Assortment of SEASONABLE a large portion of which have been pur chased at Aucfibn InThiriMelpTna aricT Baltimore, r ''irely for CASH, and will be sold at Auction prices for the same or Produce only. His Stock now con- sists, in part, of Superfine Cloths, Cassimeres, Cassinetts, Bang-up Cords, Velvets, Toilinetts, and other Vestings, Consumptions, Coughs, BUTLER's Vegetable Indian Specific, flpOR the Cure of Colds, Coughs, Consump- 43? tions, spitting of Blood, Asthmas, and all diseases of the breast and lungs, There is perhaps no medical observation better established, none more generally con- firmed by the experience of, the physi- "clansTSfall" ages ancl'courftrie's, ancPnbne of more importance to the human family, than WILLIAM GILLESPIE, GEORGE C. STRICKIIOUSER, FOX HENRY, MICHAEL C. CLARKSQN, ROBERT SMITH, CHARLES J. SHOWER, SAMUEL H. BUEHLEH, JOHN MCKNIGHT. Persons returned as Retailers wilhin said County, who have not taken out Licen- ses: SIMON BECKER, WM. DUBBOROW, JOSEPH MILLER, of paying bbedience to the writ, "Gen. J. the District Judge himself to be arrested for issuing had hinr imjmsoried. The District Judge' em- the U. S. District Attorney to WocuTera own case, from Judge Judge under the procuring which the Attorney was arrested, audjan- or- der was issued Gen. J. fpr arresting the habeas the fact, that many of the most difficult and incurable consumptions originate in neglect- ed colds. In a climate so variable as ours, where the changes of the weather are fre- quently sudden and unexpected, it requires more care and attention to guard against this dangerous enemy of life, than most people imagine, or are able and willing to The bills of mortality exhibit the melancholy fact that the proportion of deaths by this dis- ease may be considered as about five to one. In as much then as this fatal disease bids defi- ance to the skill of the most learned physi- cians, it is a gratification to the proprietor that he 5s enabled to offer to these afftieted- with it, a goodly prospect of relief, (if taktn in time) in that highly valuable remedy, tlic Vegetable ISDIAN Indians are happy in their knowledge of medical governed wholly by experience, they aie certain as to their effect, and it is said by an author nf great character, that a true con. TREAT, corpw in iavo.r of Judge Hall. Here then were three arrests, and an order for; a fourth, under the authority of Gen. J.j in the proceedings relating to which, the rights and security of the 'Eii'vcritl'Individuals were totally disre- garded, and the authority and sanctity of the civil laws utterly despised, and trampled under foot. It must be ac- knowledged a strong necessity must have existed to justify such outrageous" proceedings! We will endeavor to as- ccrfain the facts respecting it. of New Orleans, it will be on the 8th-Jan. 5. On the 21st of Jan. Gen. Jackson sbWferly conduct, and lation a dharges are, "proper a court "state the circanili to theprocliniationpf-i of which was the on New Orleans by the tial he says, -Hensive aiid eflfec by him. "The is martial once the very existence of mcnt, and the liberty, lives of citizens." "Martial applies, as the Commanding 0 to all persons within the sphere of its ami claim's exclusive jurisdiction of .all of-. fences which aim at the disorganiza- tion and ruin of the army over which it extends. To a certain extent iieved to make every -man a defend-the. spot where chance or WILLIAM PHILIP MILLER, SAMITEL KNISELY, H. 4- C'. BARNITZ. ICyRetailers that have not taken their Licenses, are requested to lift them within the present month. John B, M'Pherson, COUNTY TREASURER. Gettysburg, Nov. 20, 1827. Scotch and Tartan Plaids, Circassian do. and Stripes, Ratinctts and Bombazetts, Coach Trimmings, Sadlery, Cutlery, cerics, Hardware, Stoneware, Leghorn and Gimp Bonnets, Anil the, best of Liqrjous; almost cvcrv other article in his line- of B-u-smesT! His Goods are S'll oi the. st importations, will be warran- ted and sold at very mode.ratr profits. The Public are invited to call and examine, xvhrn-ihry may assu- red of having Goods offered thrm as cheap as they can possibly be had anv inhere. Gettysburg, Oct. 9. tf a disease wver This specific is obtained by extraction from herbs, roots, flowers, plants, when in perfection. In consequence' of a happy cotn- bination of the most valuable herbs, Sec. it becomes a bafsam of superior value. It heals the injured parts, opens the pores, and com- poses the disturbed nerves after the manner of an anodv nc consequently the obstruction of the chest and the lungs which constitute this disease, particularly need its use. It promotes expectoration, which is constantly called for, and whilst it cleanses and heala, ft "ateogives strength to the la H Wittet a. Oeilbv, 4? v 7 Attorney at opt-ned an Office in the. room Oftic one door north of the Register's e. and the army left the field of battle, to return.to .New Orleans. '_ _ Two regiments received orders to encamp at a place-called Villere's plan- tation. will easiFy "be says painful such an order must have been for these two regiments, which, as a part of the levy en masse, were composed of the greater part of the citizens of New Orleans, be- tween the ages of 18 and 45 These militia-men were deeply wound- ed at being thus deprived of the happi- ness of rcturnitfji to the bosom of their families, afihe samcTirnelJthrrThis fa- -vor was granted to the battalion of vol- unteers under the command of Major Plachc, and the colored men under Ma- has placed hiHi, to mace ble for aty misconduct calculafeid to After stgood d more of this military logic, son come s to the case in and at- .tempts to apply it. lie the adjournment of that Legisfature: of which, the defendant claims to be a rittttt" he remains within the camp of the; American army, and within those lha its which are declared to be embrafceif, by martial law. HoAiuloes he there "tifr- port himself Instead of contributing. to the defence of his country, instead of seeking to promote that unanimity which a love of country, and theimpor- tant trust which" Ti ad been rcpo F-t zt'. indebted   i. tf .jor "Why did he these militiamen without the ciu, while the others, and even the. corps of regulars, were allowed to enter it In this state of things, it Mould seem, and in consequence, of the uneasiness felt expressed, Gen. J. issued his pe- remptory order for the removal of the Frenchmen in the citj- to the distant r of 110 miles in the country. That they should have bff'n uneasy, is not strange; uot merely because they were unnecessa- rily and krpt fn.i-n fam- might have led us to we behold him endeavoring to atir rdv mutiny, laboring to ortcanizo and destroy an army which had sojately defended his country, and might so soon necefssary for its ded'Tire not only invit my IP reirt-w his attempt, but c ting h's utmost to enable thenT to sue- C.eee.d.' This -rerlainly sounds well. The. oijjection to tliis bomb-proof rea- soning ts, thai it Ktteriy unfounded in point of fact. The publication "Tiad" FOR SALE, A. Story Brick House Lot, York-street, Gettysburg, between the Vfiir Plitelic Office! tml the Rank ALSO, A PLANTATION, Adjoining the Toirn of Oxfo-.l, Adams doun- fy, containing 34O ACRF..S, on which are Two good HfttiMS, an elegant IBB Brick Bom, anrl an Orchard: the in fine order. A- _ bout 60 acres cf Farm arc good Timber large quantir rate he he hy of i lies and their homes: but. they were probubly apprehensive of ttie eflrcts of their exposure to the most destrflc.tive It is stated in one of the dor- umrnts arrompanying Mr.'Louailticr's account, that the troops from KcntiK ky aifd I ennessee w ere upo.n and that in one month no less than five huhdred of them fell lims to diseases which originated a- them. hat makrq Ge.n. J.'s fnndurt tn- Mr. Louaillie.r the mhrr rrmar- 'he rif it it i (.'f--i. harj icfr the 6cld of battle, anf5 -cr wasanl.iin manly remonstrance against, an act of oppression towards a merito- rious sci of men, who had been arbitra- rily treated with rigorous and unjust That there was no New Orleans from the itish forces-is abundintlj manifestfroni the facts al- ready stated. They had retreatcdfrom Loni.suna, no show of hostilities had bern madiffor three weeks prcviausly, and news of pf-iicf had been knoVn for the period of time. That of ;K? Jronp.e. who were ofthr i is prof r-rf Hy titry vc.tr dirrf :rd ftot to 'i -.01   

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