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   Adams Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - December 19, 1827, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania                               OTBUSKBD BY ROBERT OOOPLOB H To. 1. OQUDmOHS. published Wednesday, at Wwo DoVJars per advarice-rqr TwoSoilaraam Fifty Cents, if.ajjt paid within the not exceeding a are piiblished three times for i and f liea Those ;P: ing a the .same proportion. JHOSEiepersons, indebted to Jama for FEES in the several Offices held by him in this Countyj 'are requested to. pay the same over f fWsA, and sent occupants) who by law rised to receive the Fees; for.his use. Ifr the many Deeds remaifr m it may be. well wherqin the Defendants have been iina- jle tfr foF 'V'VV ._ ;i. Of Patented Land, on ___ part atone, a new stone _ f _ i fiiieiit 7 t Bam, 'good Spritigiwith a su-f- and Tim- quantity farther descHi Froti the York Recorder. t This is a subjectrtnOsfhich ft very iITUAfE.m Hamdtonbain town, large portionof..our fellow Citizens in H Adams forji and counties a _4ds of personal interest; 'The existing andothers, lawsj in inferencetoit, with great ii78 and 63 Perches severity onrthe to the cdmirnon wealth.' re-surveys. 'Qi'derbd: to be made at the 'ey d been justly considered one of hi, i. i, i eialted in i i to the abilities necessary to h: tion, and severely responsible c rious. ;t Its tjonqris to be meu? i no'ordmary stsindard valu i iin MI 'his chair to his own a M -1 u a c I '-'iri-'' yaptage of {he must l.. and dlfigeilce j? he pos.-.. conii'i' jespeci 1 in a ffd: affifoiUty that d Frjomrhis.general CM cost an For Sale Inquire at this Omce. the Costs. Further indulgence cannot be exten- ded beyond the 1st of Aprilliext. thought tirinecessary, as it is presumed no otie "will purchase-without viewing the Farm? which will be shewn by DAVID WILSONj __ One mite from DecV U charges of the occupant the H....I-I B.II... ii i-ji Adams County, Dec. 7; of compbund interest; and she rigid de- mand and: unrelenting enforcement of payment, impose burdens" on the pieo- ple of this county, w hich are oppressive r T yi.TJT rr JL u-r TTI j rr y P >T t- Ms his f 111 r esteem of the justice and mercy united'dffmand that .1 ___be Exp'osed to Public Sale, on Thursday-the at.the late residence of T. dec'd, lowing Property, viz.: A variety of Kitchen Fw- jniture, all nesvj and of the best quality; a handsome LIBRARY, containing Books on Law, Physic, History, Math- ematics, a complete set tfDentical Instruments a case of Geometrical In- Mtruments; a goal Milch Cow S a superior a variety of other a afetit, active BIiAOK used to" all kinds of work, aged sixteen years, to serve till he is JO. gCpSale at 1.0 o'clock, A. M. w'lien and where ternis known, and credit given by WM. F. BONNER, Mnfr. Dec; 11. tv The rooms occupied by said de- ceased, will be Rented from the 1st of until the of April, 1828. 4 Discourse on 1st Cor. vi. Pastorof PresbyteriaarGongregation, Getty burg. Oct. 9. anorderot pnans' Court of A4ains County, be soid Jby PubHc the" day of December ;at 12 o'clock, M. TRACT' OF the es- tate of Hamiltonban township, Adams cpuiity, adjoining lands of Andrew Marshalii, James Smith, Walter Smith and oth- ers, containing N .pursuance of a Warrant issued by; MIDDLESWAUTH, Speaker of of of Pennsylvania, to me directed, NOTItpE is hereby to the Electors of Adams an and allowance, more or less; about fif- teen acres thereof are cleared, and the covered with good thriving timber, of locust, chesnut. and walnut; and the soil is land is pat- ented: it is expected j wiU be made during session-of latui'c some favorable'iniodiuV cation of the modification as the oppressed and the harshly-tirepitr always which they, with Others, are the con- Adams is to be particularly re- on this account; subject had claimed and special at- tention arid, had ne lived, he would have taken his seat in the House of Re- presentatives, prepared to advocate a- bly and promptly the cause of those who, in -this. communiQation, :come within the legislative enactments.Wev- erth.elesst let us that his lamented dehiise will not affect deleteriously the interest iii which so large a part of our population participates ,and that it leading qualifications casions, you? candor "vanjd' (ian :be time to your ent and manly way.' -v distinction s -to s FOR One Representative in the State O supply tfrp occasioned by the death of T. T. will be held on The terms of sale are, the one-third of the purchase money to be paid in hand at the confirmation of the and the residue in three equal anoual payments. will given by ISAAC ARMSTRONG, JUdrninist-rator-r- will receive from the Legislature all the consideration to 'whichj from its magnitude and importance, it. is enti- tled. Leniency and forbearance should characterize the dealings of the cdnv- momvealth witttits eitizeHST In this particular, the state authorities should .plication, and ability; andi other i to entitle myself to the soil impartiality I need not admonish you. eentkmen, of the magnitude of your VENVUE. '_be spld, Vendue, on of January text, at the late Dwening-h'buse of CHRISTIAN BENNER, deceased, in Stra- ban township, the PetsonaV Nov. 27. ts at the st-rerdl Districts composed of the following Townships, imitate the policy and practice of the United States Government. Those who bought landsrfrom the U. States, on been liberally dealt with. any i caught tp be be .sensible, that, in the deUberatipns Of said deceased, Three good Stills and Vessels, Horses, Horned Cattle, Sheep and Hogs, Horse Gears, Ploughs, 3 Waggons, Wheat, Rye, Corn and by the bushel, a Carriage-body and Harness, an eight- day Clock and Case, one pair of Apple- nuts and. Fixtures, one set of old Saw- irons, and a great variety of Household Sf Kitchen Furniture. Sale to commence at 10 trctock, AT M. when attendance and a_ credit will be given by the Executors. Will he Offered for on the following day, the Id Jan. in Gettysburg, On Middle-street, in said Borough, and AN OUT-LOT, near the Town, containing1 about Eight Sale to commence at 1 o'clock, P. M when attendance U- given, anJdTht terms made known by A. LI CUT EN" WALTER, GEORGE WELSH, Executors. Dec. 11. tv In the First District, composed of the borough of Gettysburg, and the township of Cumberland, at the Court house in Gettysburg. In the Second District, composed of the township of Germany, at the house now occupied by Mr. Renshaw, in the town of Petersburg, in the township of Germany. Third District, composed of the townships of Berwick and Mount- pleasant, at the house formerly occupi- ed by Win. Sturgeon, in the town of _ _____.___'._________ In the Fourth District, composed of thtr-towtrehtpa of and Lati- more, at the house of Gen. Samuel White, in the town of Petersburg, in the township of Iluntington. In the Fifth District, composed of the townships of Hamiltonban and Lib- erty, at the house now occupied by Col. James Reed, in In the Sixth District, composed of the townships of Hamilton and, Ueaxi- Ing, at "the honsc formerly occupied by Adanj the tow_n_of Berlin. In the composed of TUATE in-Motrrttp-1'pt township. the.township the house of John Gilbert, in said township. In the Eighth District, composed of the township of Struban, at the house formerly occupied by John Thomas, in cities ia fcVvjj g eu To the Creditors of ATE of Hamiltonban township, Adams county, deceased, that the Subscribers have been appointed AU DITORS to settle and adjust the. rates and proportions due the respective Cre ditors of said deceased. They wil meet, for this purpose, at the house o Zcphaniah in Gettysburg, on jWoriday the next, a JJ M. :SSELL; Nov. 17. Hunters-Town. In the Ninth District, composed of the towns-lip of 1'ranklin, at the house of John Marks, in said township. In the- Tenth District, composed of the township of j, at the. house Adam Oastcr, in M'Shcrrystown. In tiu: Eleventh District, composed of thr township of at the house of Michael Bower, in Hcidlersburg, in said township. In thr. Twelfth District, composed ol thetowrtship ofMountjoy. at the house of Thomas Larimer, in said township Adams countyy-adjoining lands of the heirs of Joseph RobertGalbreath and others, containing 191 ACRES, more or less, "on which arc erected a large, two-story Brick Dwelling-house, with a brick Back Building-, log Barn, log Stable, Blacksmith shop and Wag-' gon-shed, with an Orchard, Sec.; a good Spring. There are about 16 acres of Meadow, and 70 of good Timber. The terms, which will be moderate, can be ascertained on application to John or Dan'I Longcnecker, Straban township. The property will be shewn by Frederick Hoffman, on the'premises. MARTIN KELLER. _ July Drawing of the 54 th Class Union Canal Loitery, 41 20 24 'i3 10 29 27 7 "3 1O. 2T S8, a pv IVas sol'l by Llit SuUscrihe.r. 35th Class the 26th of Deconber nex't. _ TUB SCHKMK'-'CONTAIKS 1 prize of When, -in consequence of! times, the contracts became toe-jbar- and proceedings of this character and permanent densoriie to the purchasers, Congress came to their relief, and remedied the evil with ultimate benefit to the nation- al treasury. In March, 1821, debts of this description had accumulated to the amount of twehty-two millions of dollars, whiclv the purchasers were un- able to pay. Acts of Congress, con- taining indulgent provisions, relieved them from their and the debt is now reduced tcKaboinrtour mil- lions, while thousands of the debtors were saved from ruin. Something similar should be done in Pennsylvania. It would be to the lasting discredit and li the our common .country are deeply ved. It w as in the organization and pu- rity of this branch of the NadonaJ (endeared to their warmest affections) that our fathers believed they had providedTKe ]iest secliriity principles of free government, and liberty and happiness of the" Virtuous, enlightened, and "patriotic, -this House may justly be as _the citadel of America Animated, a virtuous and enlightened zeal, let us endeavor to alize the just expectations of our con- stituents and Jet our proceedings be characterized by a cool and deliberate merciless in the very spirit of not aban- doned for rigor and oppression ought never to form a feature in her laws or in their administration. In his late message to Congress, President Ad- ams, when recommending further in- dulgence to the landholders in State of are to the Union what the holders of unpatented lands in ork'coiinty are to remarked that never bt: Ihe. interest or policy of the nntwn to wring from its onm citizens the reasonable iiti of tlicir enterprises by them to the rigorous import of dis- astrous engagements.'' This is a sound exertion of the talents, fortitude, and patriotism, of the House, as the sureatt and best means of sustaining the honor, and promoting tlie welfare and happi- ness of our beloved country." 'from tbe-Tuscufbbift Patriot. Forgiveness of Thi tures 1 1 1 5 5 5 39 39 39 39 78 3i2 4446 600 400 KK) 60 50 40 30 20 10 sentiment-a sentiment which does hon- OT to the rnHg-hteneri Tnrd librral mrnd of our excelicnt President. Itisason- timeiit u hii h cordially res- by our Legislature and, in ac- cordance with it, relief should be gran- ted to those who are -suffering under the oppression of our impolitic land laus. Politicians Tnuy talk as they please about Mr. Adams, and abuse him as mum as suits their purposes yrl. for tin ir comfort, here is another that hr uiuU-rstands the true spi- rit of government, and knows w hat the _ of injuries, .but how "few are there of the ungodly posterity o f A d ;i n who i i rjid 1 y conform to .this precept Indeed it seems to unregen- humanity, that some few ofi'fticcs> which ought never to be but held in eternal and M. C. CLARKSON, JOHN HERSH, .Jft. 4-t Tract DepositDT-J. THE pnMir is respectfully inform cd, that ihr Trar i Sr.rirty of Phi laclolphia at irf ibr thrir i ti'ttlr ran V a? thr 1) Individuals of In this Commonwealth, it is made the duiv of the jfrdges. Inspectors, and Clrrks, who officiated at the Genera! Election in October, to attend and prr- form 'hrdutirs required of them at this Election. They will therefore attend at thr pikers of their Districts, on said day. a: ninr o'clock in the forenoon, to do and porforrn the. several duties P. itird on thrm by said Art, Given under my hand at this rth day of IVr.cmlvr. in thr of Lord, amounting to gl I Whole Ticket, I Quarter, 50 do. 5 J Eighth, I 25 For sale in ihe greatest variety of Lucky Numbers, at diciive 1'Piiu'inbranr.e, as murder; and the The doctrine of forgiveness, after if full recompense for the injuries, com- mitted, appears far more equitable and proper to the sinfu! mind, than that of pardon without any previous atonement. But the Almighty mands us absolutely and uncondition- ally to forgive our enemies, and pressly reserves the exercise of vtn- qeance to himself. We have thislno- ment read an account of the last ments of Chief Justice Tilghman "of prnfound next dfvrrr to B. Gilbert'sTavrrn. in all aniboTwd Lrtf- takr.tv in pavmrnt for draTi PHILIP The following are the remarks made by Mr. on being elected Speaker of the House of of the U. States accepting- thr dis- tinguished honor which yot have boni m-ronfrr upon me, 1 anrpeno with fffling-s of profound res- T, and thf1 and 1 s fiattfring trsti- of your of deep Philosopher, thr pious Christian. The srntimi-nt.s to whych his dying Irps arc said to have'given lieatitifiil wish injunction of scripture. "I am in poace tvith kll ;hc ".'-orld. 1 no ill-wifl to any hti- man and thrrr b no person in (-TcistcTKC. to u-hotn 1 would trot j-o'Mi. ar.f' r.-.r.rlor sr.rvirc if it were' in ]iowrr man can be happy, who rWs th-r injuries which he n-.sf rf-tvr retired from KiJi fellow   

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