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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'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 those first named, has also rendered al- most abortive the-provisions of the riff in their favor.' It belongs to the jnirposc of this report, which looks, to tlic encouragement of the national dustry in preference to any that isTbiV here to state, that, n 'administration of the general govern- ment, art ft interests, and dangerous to the liberties of the. countsy" In New York too, yet more recently, advocates of Jackson openly denouncing the American i Flushed withtriumnh.they havenotonly drawn the sword, but have thrown away i the scabbard. uThe people." says th? N. Y. Evrn- inffPoAty-'Arp with SURKS of tht present administration. aff.ucm in are which ihr "AMERICAN of rnonopok and j the value of woollen and Cotton goods, imported into the United from the country just .named, one hundred millions of dollars; asd the value of iron, arwl of articles manH- factured from iron, seventeen During one of lens from that country to this, e-xrofded the amn'ifif of erpotlcd to thr Ti-hcle. of Europe For thfl of wi> amnnnf of foreign grrat. States thtWB titir.ftryu] 'ttiplfft cAttAfti t n% V ;