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Alexandria Daily Gazette Commercial And Political (Newspaper) - September 12, 1812, Alexandria, Virginia Proposals or publishing by subscription a religious periodical work stir titled the Christian observer in which Many additional articles peculiarly in cresting to the american Reader will be inserted and such As Are merely local and apply exclusively to great Britain omitted. This work was begun in London in Janu Ary 1801, and has been continued monthly to the present time. Its circulation has been very extensive and from christians of every denomination it has met with Gene ral approbation and applause. No other religious Magazine it is confidently believe � has Ever afforded such ample and unexceptionable information on subjects of piety and religion to every class of devout and Intelli gent believers in revelation. It is perhaps the Only publication of the kind which has entirely discarded the sectarian spirit so Ong at variance with that spirit of Unity and that Bond of Purdee which ought to constitute the distinguishing Mark of All Christian societies. A work of this nature appears to he eminently calculated for the edification and Bene fit of the Church of Christ in America the jealousy which is sometimes attached to the Best exclusive ecclesiastical cst.,, h s no pretext for guarding against any encroachments upon their privileges in this country no inducement to enforce opinions which some powerful dispensers of Chuich j livings else Erc might wish to uphold Here religious truth unshackled by human institutions enjoys the first and fairest Prospect of establishing her Empire and reigning in ill her native Sim a icily and splendor on nutty subordinate subjects there will indeed an t Mutt be a difference of opinion among christians but so Many and so important Are. The Points of coincidence among them that whoever lends his Aid to support and enforce them must us Ely be engaged in a godlike employment in nothing less than in pro Jii King the endearing charities of site in strengthening the Bonds of society and sex j tending the kingdom of lore and Harmony which is the kingdom of the redeemer. It is principally with a View to this great object that the present work is undertaken and among the numerous publications which appear every month the Christian observer is Sweete 1 and preferred As Best calculated to attain so glorious an end. And that this May bed be with greater effect original matter will occasionally be inserted in the wont which May supersede such Arti cles As apply immediately or exclusively to great Britain and Bear a special reference to the state of religion in America. Where fore the principal religious publications of our own citizens will be noticed and examined without partiality or prejudice with the by e of criticism but under the sanctions of Reli Gion. But the English editors of the Christian out Irver will in the following paragraphs Best explain the nature of this work. 4 the 1 Superior advantages of a periodical publication for rendering the various depart ments of useful knowledge easy and accessible and giving a More ready currency and a wider circulation to topics of general con Cern Are sufficiently known and have been confirmed by the testimony of Long and general experience. By this Mode of convey ing information subjects the most inner Cost .1. To not Elma Illel. I hip v connected with the real welfare Andtius Hap piness of i kind Navy be discussed with a plainness and Brevity which Wou a be unsuitable in works of a different Consul Chi n prejudices and misapprehensions of a local and temporary native springing a wrong education or origin King in ii fashion and temp r of the limes May be conveniently exposed and Coris Ccu d amt he most Prev i ing and malignant errors of the Day Ibay be combated As they arise. It these and various other conveniences Pec in or to undertakings of this kind Are so generally in Verv Ood and Uckno Lei Geo that few p Rio i Al Wyks have id cd of Concilia ing the p con age of the Public when the sin Jelfs have been selected with tolerable i b. Yuent an the plan has been executed with care an regularity. N 44 i n period Ike i is when dramatic compositions t Les \0vei9, newspapers. Magazine and reviews Are disseminating Doc Trines us Kea Sivo Otil morality and propagating the most to the to piety order and d Tive led religion have sch to u Tii Poe to on the openly o oppose the pro Ossot la Vries opinions to strip Skepi cism Aid Sirp is ire of their artful disguise a a by disc in my the True features of Liber Taoism and impiety expose them to deserved contempt and a Horren e. 4 Bui t in conductors of the Christian 0h� server Nave no d sign of confining their la Bors to a defence of what Rray be called the out works of christianity. They will indeed z tons v co operate with those who Are Empire de i i that important warfare yet their chief abject is 10 promote the increase of sound theological knowledge and to delineate the characters of genuine and unadulterated tvs Unity. But in these and in All other discussions they will Endeavor e artfully to i avoid whatever May tend to Les in that Chris Ian love which ought to unite the members of Christ of every denomination s and it will be their constant object through the medium of their publication to a Cue j and cherish the affections of Charity piety and fervent Devotion and to direct then Tel Low christians in the i the of True i afro Rig t you Ness. The publisher fire sent 8 the Fiu Blic with the Fol lowing recommendation of the work the Christian observer is a judicious and pious periodical work which has attracted the attention and commanded the approbation of the serious part of the Community in eng land to an unusual degree. It is Yob plea sure we see that it is undertake in to be republished in Burlington n j under the super in ten dance of the Rev. Or. Wharton whose religious and literary character Are calculated to give the publication the highest recommendation both for its accuracy and its ele Gant execution. Samuel s. Smith d d. L l a president of Nassau mall Princeton. John Andrews d. D. Provo 8t of the University of Pennsylvania conditions. The publication of the work will begin with the number for january 1812, and be continued monthly. Each number will contain on an average about 72 a Ges with a handsome new Type. A in nil Man tar Nti Mner to be added it thei l close of each year. The whole 13 numbers containing about 900 pages will be delivered to subscribers at j $ 4 50, payable on delivery of the first number the Cost of the English copy is 8 7 50. Go subscriptions Are received by j a m is Kennedy Benr. Look Sclar King Street Alexandria. Aug 29. Le8t. ? original family medicines prepared with the greatest care & attention by Michael Lee so co. Lee s worm Destro ing lozenges. This Medicine is Superior to any Ever offered to the Public being inn cent and mild certain and efficacious in its operations. Lees elixir a certain remedy for colds coughs or asthma and particularly the whooping cough so destructive to children let s essence of Mustard. So Well known for the cure of rheumatism gout palsy sprains Etc. Lee s grand restorative proved by Long experience to be unequal led m the cure of nervous disorders consumptions lowness of spirits inward weak Ness Etc Lee s anti bilious Pille for the prevention and cure of bilious and malignant fevers. Lee s Sovereign ointment for the itchy which is warranted an an fallible remedy at one application. Lee s infallible ague 17 fever Drc fist for the cure of Agues remit tent and intermittent fevers. Lee s genuine Pei Sian lotion celebrated for the cure of ringworm Tel ters Etc Lee s genuine Eye water an effectual remedy for All diseases in the eyes. Which give immediate Relief Lee s tooth ache Drof Isy Lee s Corn plaister Lute s damask lip save Leeds restorative powder for the Teeth and Gums. Leeds Anodyne elixir for the cure of every kind of head ache the Indian vegetable specific y for the cure of venereal complaints sold wholesale and retail by the proprietor no. 29, Pilot Street Baltimore. 11, Gray bookseller King Sheet and n. H1ngston, Fairfax Street Alexan Dria to country merchants and others who Purchase to sell again a Libe Ivi discount will be Given by the proprietors. To detect counterfeits observe each Arti Cle has. On the outside wrapper the Signa Ture of Michael Leland co. No b of Sale May he had grads pamphlets containing recent and cd Tia Ordinary cases of cures whose length pie vents their being herewith inserted. June 20 Amr Public notice. A meeting of the freeholders of this county at the court House thereof on saturday the 12th . Is requested for the purpose of appointing deputies to meet deputies from other counties in this state at Staunton in Augusta county on monday the 2 1st inst. To form a ticket of electors for president and vice president and for such i ther purposes As shall he deemed constitutional and proper respecting the premises. Many freeholders. Fairfax county a sept 5i8_ printing neatly executed at this office. I grand. Double a umber lottery. Susquehann a. Canal a cond class. Positively commences drawing in Balti More 28th of september 1812, to draw three Days in every week the scheme consists of 26.000 1 tickets but Only 13,000 numbers have a two tick ets of one number so that n person buying two tickets of the same number May draw the Lour High St prizes Viz. So 000 dollars 30.000 dollars in All 20 00 dollars 100 000 dollars 20.000 dollars a which is thu is the first drawn number after the Lott by is half done drawing will be to the two capital prizes of 8 -"0, 000, which number May Aho come up the two 8 20 000 prizes but As above stated to draw two Ponz a of equal will re quire two tic. Cts of the same number be sides the above capital prizes the scheme also exhibits. 2 prizes of 10,000 dollars 2 do of 5,000 dollars 2 do. Of 3,000 do Lars 4 do. Of 2,Coo Dollar 10 do. Of 1,000 dollars besides a great Many of 500, i050, 20, and 8,000 of 22 dollars each the scheme of this lottery differs very materially from that of Theis it not Only contains by far the greatest Rumber of Ca Pital prizes bid Are Alt floating with a sin Gie Ami Uia Vum wheel at any period of the drawing there fore those who buy tickets immediately will have a Chance of All the prizes. The tick ets Are nearly All sold and contracted for they May be procured at any of the lottery offices in Baltimore new York Philadel phia and Savannah Charleston Richmond Georgc town Boston Providence Newport Hartford new Haven new London acc. The managers have Given Bonds to the state for the faithful drawing and payment of prizes Robert Gilmor Hugh Thompson we. Smith Jonn Swan Mark Prinic David Wil Munson j Jug Samuel Smith wigwam Pat Corsun � we. Cooke Robert Oliver j 3 Stewart Broun John she lot a j j Johns. Hollin Arch m Carlister j s Muci Syerett j a & k. Waite having made Large contract with the managers for tickets in the Hove lottery assure Timeir friends and lottery a i ventures generally that this lottery will be punctually Diawn and prizes punctually p id ski that they will promote Ai d Aid and it in the Sale of tickets in it n preference to any c ther in the u states for this o sect they have forwarded tickets to most l their c Gen sin the Union and whilst the lottery is drawing tiny will also Forward once a week the whole of the numbers drawn both Blanks and Prezis contained in a Small news paper Thuv publish weekly at two Dol Lars per annul entitled the by Cockly Messen Ger. After the above lottery is Over g & r. Waite will turn their whole attention to the next new York Union College lottery. Their offices arc in new York at no. 64 and at no. 38. Mai urn Lane in Baltimore at the Corner of Market 5c Charles Street. In Albany at no. 28, state Street. At each of which places win promptly execute All orders in the Rook Selling so Stati onary line and of All genuine and a ranted Patent medicines letters Post Paic duly attended to Price of tickets 11 dollars but will and Vance on the Day of drawing the 28th sep temper september l.__2awiqt,�_ just received and for Sale or James Kennedy sen. 1 he spirit of the Book of memoirs of Caroline pr1hoess of Hamburgh. Edited by Thomas Ashe Esquire. First american from the third London edition. June 29 hat manufactory. Aaron Hewes having removed his hat Manu factory to King second Square above Washington Street nearly opposite to or. To w. Pet ones store a spec fully returns his thanks to his friends and the pub Lic for past favors and a solicits a continuance of their patronage and Hopes from Long experience and Assiduity and attention to give general satisfaction. Is has on nand a general assortment of fur hats of the Best kind , Wool hats of a very Superior Quality. June s by authority of the state 0 Maryland scheme of the medical College lottery. 2 prizes of 8 50,000 Are of 1 prize of 20,000 is 20x00 1 do. Of 10,000 is 10, of 3 prizes of 5,Coo Are 15x00 10 do. Of 100 l tickets each 10, 20 81000 20,000 55 500 12,500 25 2l 0 -5 000 75 100 7,500 100 50 5 Coo 500 20 10,000 1000 15 ? 15 Coo 10000 12 120.000 1 762 prizes f not two Blanks 23238 Blanks l to a prize 3 35000 tickets. Cash prizes. Subject to a deduction of fifteen per cent. Stationary prize As follow first drawn ticket entitled to 85000 50u0 Blanks 812 each the next 1000 do 15 do. Ticket after the 6000 Blanks 25000 first drawn ticket on the 5lh and until the 25th Day 800 each do. 25th to 35th except ing the tickets constituting l 100 tickets prizes j i he said ten prize to consist of the Nim. Bars from 1 to 1000 inclusive each Hun dred of the Sid 1000 to he one prize the first drawn Hundred or lowest number for the 25tk Day and so regularly ascending to the 35ih first drawn ticket on the 35th 85000 do. 36th to 41st 500 do. 4lst to 50tl inclusive 1000 do. 5 5th Day 50 000 the prize books to Cova at of Aoa la 1000 the object contempt Ted to be accomplished by the in voc scheme is eminently entitled to the Lavor and patronage of the Citi i Zens of Baltimore. The establishment of a j medical College will unquestionably have a j beneficial influence on the general literary character of our City on it perhaps maybe hereafter engrafted the other colleges and thus an University be constr Tecl. It will however give us other important i advantages it will promote a spirit of in vesti gation in the faculty it wiil induce 1 Young men of talents to establish themselves in our City and thereby permanently secure to this Community the bust lid that can be afforded by the medical profession it May also be proper to remark. That if thiss in of should Prosper As is anticipated it will cause Large sums to be expended a tally in this City which would otherwise be disbursed in other places we presume that those gentlemen to rate Are anxious for the advancement of tic interests of Baltimore will give us their sup port on the above considerations. To those w to the inclined to profit them 1 selves at the s me time that they encourage 1 is we confidently by. That no scheme of a lottery of splendid or promising As i1 i a Bove has Ever been offered in this county. The medical College lottery is now drawing in the Chy of Baltimore. All the High prizes still in t in j wheel. In a

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