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Adams Sentinel, The (Newspaper) - December 26, 1827, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania _ I. i i i .1 i ii.......L "i i u' nil I il ii i.....i ii i i i t' ..._ ABAMB SENTINEL" is published every- 'Wednesday, at i hot" .a three t offered for Rentjby Pub Vl Uc VendueVon Me _. PROCLAMATION. Tjke also to be 'introduced by our cab. vantages in Corinth. In France, according to the state- ments 6f the Prefects, only do opposi- tion members will be .returned to the v .chamber of Deputies. ,Th6 electoral colleges for the Arrondiasements were totoave meton'the Ifth of TJie censorship of thfrpress will be newed after the election, until which jy.ilUojay rn'e-'Kussianaccofitnts niadejjt) of nothing im- portant, details Bee foreign news. Paragraphs like tfyese, i as to; the ulterior Views, t, i partyv We know that been tnade to stilj publii s on'this pojint, but we i tltese attempts We apprehension w justly r i all-important subject, and UK not tHe public anxiety of Peimgyivama, to me adirectedi 3STQTICE ii hereby given, to of Adams County, that an Subscriberoffers vat Private OF ;JLANDy si- Mpuntpy county, adjpintng lands of Thomas La- riftier and containing about T lilt day iiexti at the "late DwelKng-hoiwe i CHRISTIAN BECKER, deceased; in Stra ban .tdinnishipithe J iarid.is'injlhe high- state of cultivation, and a large por- tion of itvin meadows ;a comfortable two-story wetither-bioarded, and log Kitchen -r log Barn, and Stabfes Corn-house and Cave an exGellent, Apple .Orchard, With i variety of other Fr-ulf Tfees; springs of water, two wells pump at the door, This fronts g-reat-Turnpike koadleidingfrom Baltipioreto Pitts- bure "between Gettysburg and Littles- Town, 5 miles from each. The terms >yill be reasonable, and a large portion of the pure fty at easy payirientg._ Persons wishing to purchase will be shewa the property by the Subscriber on theplace. Subscyber takes this op- portunity of Itis friends, for the patronage tve has receiv.- -I----- W ml r-prsaicl A id Stills arid Vessels, Horses, Ryef by the and iiarness, an _ nuts, and, set of old mill irons, and a great of ffousefyfld, Kitchen Furniture. Sale to commence at 10 p'clpck, ,-A.- M. Viien. attendance and :a credit. will be iriven by the Execwtow; b State Legislature, isiy the vacancy occasioned by the deSb-of T. T. BONNER, Esq.' Will fbe held on the Bee. iivati at Districts composed p fend disa j i In speaking on this sub 11, i editor of thejRichinohd ff i S, Kentucky learn, says to questions, ____ VIA the First District, composed "of the'fcorough of the" the Cpurt in Gettysburg. District, composed'of %_ _ iu d we saw many mouths the National Aajt MesirsT] under Gen> Jackson's own h.m.l, Calhonn Chiltdn have Vtiwkr fa' fa used, that-tu- ed theW claims tP the contested in astonished and Startled by the
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