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Allentown Lehigh Register (Newspaper) - January 18, 1849, Allentown, PennsylvaniaMy amp a i. A c a cd igl by Gistjr. Allentown a. Thursday january 18, 184d. Csc we Are again under sincere obligations to on Riendau Boas of Llie Senate and Laubach of the House for valuable legislative favors. New mail routes. We notice that proposal will be received by the postmaster general for carrying the mails from the 1st of july 1849. To the 30th of june j 852�?Between now and the 4th of april next decided upon the 24th of april by the department. We find the following routes in Lehigh county in the list advertised. No. 1708. A from per Kimen Bridge via sch Vrenko a store Frederick Colebrookdale and in mails to Allentown. 43 Miles twice a week. Proposals to commence to Luis route at Norristown three times a week Wili also be received. No. 1713.�?from Trexlertown by Middletown to Hereford 10 Miles and Back again the a ame Day saturday. No. 1720.�?from sunny town by spinners town to Kinas 18 Miles and Back again the same Day monday. No. 1724.�?from Allentown by Schnees Ville to Kern a Mills 10 Miles and Back again the same Day saturday. Pacillo Railroad new pc Jet. A new project for a Railroad to the Pacific has been brought before Congress in the shape of a memorial from wm.bayard.,of new York who propose to construct a Railroad from st. Louis to California via the valleys of the Rio Grande and the Gila River. The Memoria lists ask for a Survey of the route by United states engineers and the Grant of a Atrip of land of Twenty five Miles on each Side of the Road they covenanting on their part to Deposit in the Treasury 85,000,000 in government Security As a guaranty for the work which they Are to Complete within eight years. They propose to sell the lands in Small proportions to actual settlers at government prices a to build the Road of heavy Iron a to carry army and Navy stores free and troops and sailors at one fourth the regular fare which they propose shall not exceed one half the rates now charged on the Panama mail steamers. Senator Cooper the election of the Mon. James Cooper seems to meet with general favor among the whigs in thib a late and among the democrats he appears to be the least objectionable of their opponents for the senator hip. I. Cooper is a Man of splendid talents Aiastan Able and experienced legislator who will on All occasions urge the True interest of the Keystone state in the Senate Branch of the National government. The governor s message. We published to Day the admirable message of gov. Johnston delivered to both houses on the 6lh instant. Although of great length it ought to be read by All As it contains information to the citizens of Pennsylvania that could hardly have been compressed in a smaller Compass. He passes a Well merited tribute to. The life character and Public services of the late governor Shunk. Upon the Tariff he takas Strong grounds in favor of Tho protective policy and fortifies his position by citing extracts from Tho messages of Washington Jefferson Madison Monroe anti former governors of the Keystone state. The Public debt of the stale is 840,124,730. The Revenue of the current year is estimated at 83.857-Jaoo, to nil the expenses at 83.716,600. A. On the subject of banking the governor takes a very Correct View. He is opposed to an unnecessary increase of banking and recommends a the refusal of a re charter to any Bank not so located As to be useful to the commercial com a inanity and urges that in no Netane should a charter be renewed without a thorough examination of the affairs of the institution by a committee of la legislature. A the governor is opposed to the circulation of note under hip denomination of five dollars should they be deemed practicable however that Pur own institutions be authorized to Issue them. the subject of slavery the governor is a opposed to its Luither Extension in newly acquired territory. In this respect the citizens of Pennsylvania Are nearly unanimous. A Mammoth Sleigh on enterprising townsman major William i m. Who is determined not to be outdone has in the extraordinary Short space of five and a Hull Days finished a splendid six horse Sleigh a out of the the major introduced the Satim through town. It is a Beautiful piece of workmanship considering the Short time the workmen Ltd to do it in. Twenty one grown persons besides the Driver can be conveniently be seated. Who can go ahead of the major heavy damages. On Friday last a verdict a or rendered in the supreme court of new York against Moses y. Beach publisher of the new York Sun for a libel published in his journal upon or. John Thompson a Bank note reporter. The Case was As follows Thompson Alum la year and a half ago at the time the Samotis Plainfield Bank was fleecing the people denounced the institution As a fraud upon the Public and Beach retaliated by insinuating that Thompson had been indicted Lor a criminal offence and might probably be consigned to the stale prison. For this alleged libel the plaintiff has obtained a verdict for ten thousand dollars. Ohio legislature. The difficulties in the legislature of this state seem to have no end. The 8th instant was the Day appointed for the. Two houses to meet in joint convention to open and read the returns for the election of governor. The speaker of the Senate being the Superior a officer proceeded according to custom to open pud announce the returns of Tho counties respectively. All passed Oft quietly until the returns a of Loraine county were announced which gave 610 majority for Ford the whig candidate but the proper Seal of the county not having to the same gave Rise to an animated debate Between the democratic and whig members of the convention. The democrats protesting against receiving the vote of Loraine of the ground of informality in truism Atli Guthe returns a and contending that Weller the democratic candidate was elected by 289 majority. A tumult arose and the convention broke up in a the next morning however the convention again assembled the speaker of the Senate proceeded to Call of the returns of the balance of the counties and upon footing up the Appie pronounced the election of Scabury Ford ask gov Crno Rof Ohio by the following vote Viz Ford 148,191 wellor 147,320. A Ord a maj. 871. Upon the footing of. The returns it appeared clearly that Ford had a majority of 871, and that if the county of Loraine would be excluded it would not change the result so Ford was declared elected. Thus the matter rests fur the present. Difficult task. A a in the Ohio House of representatives on the 6th instant a committee of 3, consisting of a whig Demoe Raynond free boiler was appointed to prep re and report a a suitable record of the first Twenty Days of the we think the anarchy which marked that period defies record. Fearful the 7th instant while a Sleigh ing party were descending the Broad Mountain above Pottsville Schuylkill county a. The Sleigh upset and the horse which was a full blooded racer started olt Down the Declivity at break neck Speed until coming in Contact with a drove of cattle he ran with such violence against them that both horns of a Stout Bull entered his breast and shoulders. One of the horns was broken off in the body and the horse dropped dead instantly in his death struggle knocking another of insensible upon the ground where he Laid for some minutes As if killed by the violence of the Shock. The poor horse was a harnessed As he Lay and his mangled carcass rolled Over the Steep Mountain Side food for the wind beasts and Birds of prey. What s the cause a although advertised to sail a fortnight since the ship Apollo understood to be owned by or. Beach sen. Late of the new York Sun does not meet with despatch for California. Report says that her passengers refuse to sail in her that shippers have withdrawn their freight and that the Marine insurance offices fight shy. Suicide. On thursday evening the Lith instant or. Jacpb Mohry a highly respectable citizen of Faucon township Lehigh county made away with himself in the following manner during the temporary absence of the his a House he took his gun loaded and discharged the tame in order no doubt to be sure in his efforts to take i life. He again leaded his a Una and with a Strong string one end of a which he held in his hand and the other he hid attached to the trigger and placed it in such a position As to level it to the head above the ear and with the use of one of his feet a placed against the string Drew the trigger and discharged the lord through ids head instantly Kilt to Duma ill he was in Good circumstances and leaves a wife and two children a son a and a daughter Bolh grown up to mourn his Jos. His health had been impaired for some time and he Laboured much in of a depressed Siete of mind. In Isipra of Texas. A it is the opinion of to by hat within a very few Yeap it flew. Sat must be the West Qaq part of Texas a a it of hat portion mostly settled by germans in which slavery will not be tolerated a items of fast and Fanoy. By or. Webster is said to be engaged in writing a history of Washington a administration at least his friends say so. A Gfall widows of revolutionary soldiers married previous to the year 1800, Are hereafter to draw pensions. It or. Henry jacket Man died at his residence in Bergen county n.j., on the 5th instant at the advanced age of 100 years. 17 resolutions highly complimentary to Gen. William o. Butler have passed the Senate of Kentucky and inviting him to visit the capital of the state and meet his late companion in arms Gen. Zachary Taylor on his expected visit. Of miss m. Mcclelland of Bedford pa., lately damage to the amount of $3000 fora tire Aeh of Promise of marriage from John Vari do no i i. I a company is about to be organized at Nirav Liimol a. With a capital of20,000 to �25,000, to in to California. I the Money stolen from the Augusta Bank Maine a Vas ingeniously concealed in the Hall of the lit. Use of representatives anti was discovered by the information of Wingate. Of Juo a Dickey of Chicago has decided that the master of a slave escaping into Illinois has a right to remove said slave regardless of Illinois statutes to the contrary which Are declared to be unconstitutional. A it the death of Gol. Ambrose h. Sevier late senator from Arkansas is announced As having occurred on the 1st of january. By or. Atchison of Missouri has been reelected by the legislature to represent that state in the Senate of the United 8tatcs, for six years from the 4th of March next. A a a a it it is supposed that the census of 4850 will show a population in Tho United states exceeding Twenty two millions including slaves a it the Golden a Calli Fornitt 4s five Hondred Miles Long and fifty Miles broads about a 1nnk All l the Gold fever. As Lars jts a tel Vela a x the Gold fever says the Philadelphia inquirer seems to have a new impulse. The recent rumours Are of a character so astounding that we cannot be surprised at the rekindled excitement. Our exchanges teem with letters speculations and accounts of expeditions. If Only one half that is told be True California is indeed the modern al Dorado. We proceed to glean a few of the facts and. Fancies but think it right at the same time to utter a word of caution. The new York Tribune says a a one House in Broad Street on a vedness Day insured 950,000 in Gold dust now on its Way to this City and it is said that a new York officer lately arrived brings the same one letter gives the Price of pork at $200 per barrel and other provisions in proportion. The same statement proceeds a the people were in Hopes of getting a speedy Supply of food from Mexico. Vessels at san Francisco which had been abandoned or neglected were once More in request to proceed along the coast for food the latter having become More valuable than Gold. Whale ships were Selling off their outfits at immense the commercial publishes the following extract from a letter dated oct. 25, which it declares to be from a perfectly reliable source a i cannot get men at even $15 a Day to put up the buildings i want. At this rate they will not work Over six or seven hours. This is not so surprising when i assure you that several persons of my acquaintance who have returned averaged $1000 per diem in Gold digging. Gold is now so much More abundant than Money that it is Only Worth eight dollars per ounce payable in at Lima the reports of the wonderful a Gold findings a had on the 13th of oven Ber been for a month almost the sole topic of Converse and several expeditions were on foot for that Quarter. Four vessels had sailed from Chili two from Guayaquil one from Buenaventura two from paita and one from Lima and others would no doubt follow. We learn from the Boston Post that the astounding news which the government dare not publish is that a Man name unknown has found one Lump of Gold weighing 250 lbs., and valued at $75.00011 letters says the Boston traveller have been received by one of our most respectable houses stating that a their agent in California had shipped $200,000 in Gold to eng inn and that there was upwards of two millions of dollars ready to be shipped n. York As soon As vessels could be found to bring it. This amount is Independent of the Stock held and Consig tip a let other another letter my the Gold r a a bread is getting to be scarcer than the writer says that those who coast with Money in their pockets do very Well but advises no one to come unless he can calculate upon a surplus after paying for his passage Quot and now a word As to the expeditions. They Are fitting out in All parts of the Union. Philadelphia has already sent out several nand others Are in preparation. The Schooner a Anthem a Captain Elridge left new York on thursday afternoon for san Francisco t tale Straits of Magellan. Capt. Elridge intends sailing up the sacrum it River As far As sutters fort. This Compart to t his Compa go out under favourable ing letters of introduction Fiji tour official dignitaries to those in command in California. They Are provided with one years provisions a life boat wagons and the most approved machinery for mining and last though not least major general Winfield Scott has presented them with the tent which lie used through the late mexican Campaign. The Brig orbit attain Best was to sail on saturday. She Lias been purchased by a company of thirty five Young men belonging to Hudson co Lunedda co., who have put into the fund $500 each making a total of $15,000 of which $7200 was paid for the vessel and the residue Laid out in stores for a two years voyage. The ship to Rosinta also sailed on saturday with about eighty five Cabin and forty Steerage Pussy angers. Boston is sending out even larger numbers. Seven vessels have sailed with full Cabins and Nineteen More Are advertised. Salem new London Newport new Bedford Hartford new Haven &c., Are severally fitting out parties As Are Buffalo Utica Albany and other new York towns. Bullimore Charleston and the Southern cities Are All preparing for the Campaign and the Western papers show that the epidemic is prevailing throughout the Interior. A the a new England pioneers a a respectable voting gentlemen left Boston by Railroad on monday afternoon for California by Way of Vera Cruz and the City of Mexico. The company go armed with proper defensive weapons a take with them a tent and tacit Man has a trunk of clothing the contents of which May be simplified and packed Ole noise if necessary. Many of them have sent invoices of merchandise by sea. The company is commanded by capt. Paul late of the Massachusetts volunteers. _ at Utica one of the mos extensive organizations has been formed under the title of a the Utica mining company a the capital Stock $30,000 in shares of $100 each. A. Constitution and by Laws have been drafted for the government of the association Many of he provisions of which Are excellent. Prominent among the by Laws Are those declaring that no ardent spirits no gambling and no i Boron the Sabbath shall by allowed on penalty of forfeiture of All the earnings of the Indi Vadnai convicted mid of a liability to expulsion from the association by a majority vote of the miners. At Buffalo the a California Overland association a sets out on the 20th instant to embark at new York for Vera Cruz and proceed thence by Way of the City of Mexico to san Bias or Mazatlan. The total Cost for the three Hundred composing the party is estimated at $27,075�?or sin Irdi video but we pause for want of the excitement upon the subject is indeed very Rush for Gold is overwhelming. Married. On the 24th of december by the Rev. Or. Becker or. John h. Laubach to miss c. Sluch both of lower Faucon. On the 29th of december by the Rev. S. C. Herman or. Zacharias Vagner of upper Milford Lehigh county to miss Anna Smith of Washington Berks county. Died. On the 10th instant at Easton of old age col. Christian Jacob Fuller for Many years a resident of that place and formerly editor and proprietor of the a Easton Sentinel a and a Northampton correspondent a aged seventy nine years. A on the 12th instant in Bethlehem township Elizabeth Freeman wife of or. John Freeman aged 58. On the 14th instant in this Borough Madison Breinig infant son of Benjamin and Eliza Stettler. Aged 9 months. On saturday morning last in upper a Bungy township of info Nalion of the brain James Ewing son of William and Deborah Quintz aged 4 years. On monday last in East Allentown of dropsy in the Chest Benjamim Halbych a Quot a Priche a highly respectable Young Man in the Prii of his life aged 20 years. Great National exhibition at Franklin Hall no. 50 North sixth Street Philadelphia. For a Short time Only a Shermam amp Tousey a Panorama of Mexico a the greatest painting in the world covering 19,u00 feet of canvass it shows in the most perfect manner the towns cities mountains Rivers ran indemnity. The Franklin fire insurance _c0mpanf Philadelphia. Not >63j Chesnut Street near. Fifth Street. A a directors Chatley n. Bancker Geo. , thong is Hart Mord. D. Lewis Tobias Wagner a Dolp. E Borie Samuel Grant David s. Brown. Jacob r. Smith Morris Patterson continue to make insurance permanent and limited on every description of property in town and country at rates As Low As Are consistent with Security a in the company have reserved a Large coptic gent fund which with their capital and premi. Urns safely invested afford ample Protection to the assured. The assets of Ilie company on january 1st, ir48, As published agreeably to an act of As Sembly were As Folio mortgages real estate temporary Loans stocks Cash ofcc., �890.558 65 108,358 90 125,459 00 61.663 25 46,158 87 ,220,097 67a fat period of eighteen upwards one million since their inc. Years they have paid ,. Two Hundred thousand dollars losses by fire thereby affording evidence of the advantages of insurance As Well As the ability and disposition to meet with promptness All liabilities. Charles n. Bancker president. Charles g. Banckert Sec a. The subscribers Are the appointed agents of the above mentioned institution and Are now prepared to make insurances on every description of property at the lowest rates. Augustus i. Ruhe Allentown. C. F. Bleck Bethlehem. Jaile town june 13, 1848. A by new Millence amp dressmaker in Coopersburg a miss Susan Schaffer lakes pleasure to inform Zierold customers and the Public in general that she still continues the Milliner and Malutt nicking. Business in All its various branches in the Village of Coopersburg Lehigh county. She Ches plantations Domestic Unin mls Grain 1r,s Alt by return a d from Philadelphia with a a Beautiful assortment of the pacy a torrent articles. Per agent Jaston i Kilup. Flour. 1. Barrel 5 50 6 501 6 cd 1 00 1 05 1 20 Rye. 05 65 70 com. A 50 65 60 Oats. A 25 30 2� buckwheat. A 40 40 00 flaxseed. A 1 25 1 30 1 40 clovers Eod. A 3 25 4 00 4 00 Timothy seed a a 2 00 2 76 2 60. Potatoes. 30 35 a 66 a v Salt. A 60 45 40 butter. Pound 16 12 18 lard. 9 10 9 tallow. A 9 9 8 beeswax a 25 25 27 Hunt 6 8 10 flitch. .1. 7. A 0 Tow-yam.\. 8 8 8 eggs. Is. 18 10 15 Rye whiskey Gall. N.25 26 28 Apple whiskey. A 25 28 linseed cil. A 05 05 66 Hickory Wood Cord 4 60 4 50 6 00 Oak Wood. 3 50 8 60 6 00 Quot egg Coal. Ton 3 75 4 00 4 60 nut Coal. A 2 50 3 00 3 60 Lump Coal. A 3 50 2 50 2 66 plaster. A4 50 4 50 60 Fields of Mexico habits of the mexicans character and scenery of the country together with the movements of the army under Taylor with their i Arches encampments Battles fording of Rivers trains of pack mules and All the interesting scenery and incidents of the Campaign from Corpus Christi to Buena Vista the whole forming the most amusing and instructive exhibition Ever in the City. The sketches were taken from nature by one of Gen. Taylor a officers and Are Correct As life. It was visited by Over 100,Ubl persons in new York having been exhibited there for several months in succession among whom were the clergy judges and the most fashionable people of the City. Tickets 25 cents children half Price. Doors open every night until further notice at 6 of clock. Panorama commences moving at 7j precisely. An explanatory lecture is Given at each exhibition. Afternoon exhibitions at 3 o clock. Cut this advertisement out and put it in your pocket. Remember the place Franklin Hall no. 50 North sixth Street near Ulrch. Jan. 18. Qj�?5w is hereby Given that the undersigned has appointed executor of the estate of George Brick do cd a. Late of upper Milford township Lehigh county. Therefore All persons who Are indebted to said estate will please to make settlement Between no Wand the first Day of March next and also All persons having claims against said estate will please to present them within said specified time Frederick Sigmund executor. Residing at Sally Ann Furnace Berks county. Jan. 18. N qj_4w. Newest and most fashionable style of ladies bonnets such As silk silk velvet Satin Plush &c., of All colors styles and prices a Large. Variety of ribbons French and american artificials7c�p��f al Linds comprising mourning and others made in the neatest style allot which will be disposed of at the very lowest terms. Cloaks dresses and Mantilla will be made in the latest fashionable styles and in the neatest and most expeditious Man Mer. She has also made arrangements to receive the monthly fashions from Philadelphia both in the dress making As Well As millinery Branch of the business. Rep Irrig and shaping of old bonnets and dresses will be done at the shortest notice and in the most fashionable style. Miss Schaffer returns her sincere thanks for the Liberal patronage heretofore extended to her and trusts her moderate charges will gain her Many new customers and a continuance of the old ones. Dec. 21. F�?2m proclamation. Whereas the Hon. J. Pimple Jones president of the several courts of up Nimoh pleas of the third judicial District composed of the counties of Berks Northampton and Lehigh in Pennsylvania and justices of the several courts of Oyer and ter Miner and general jail Dolit very and Peter Haas and Jacob Dillinger esqrs., judges of Tho courts of Oyer and ter Miner and general jail delivery for the trial of All capital offenders in the said county of Lehigh. By their precepts to me directed have ordered the court of Oyer and ter Miner and Gene ral jail delivery to be Holden at Allentown county of Lehigh on the fifth monday in Jannary 1849, which is the Twenty ninth Day of said month and continue one week. Blacksmith wanted a sober and industrious Black Smith married or single can find a Good situation by applying to the undersigned at the a Lehigh Furnace in Washington township Lehigh county. The situation is a permanent one. Benjamin s. Levan. Jan. 18. 4�v. In a a us a a al the partnership of the late firm of Seigt fridge amp Wilson having been dissolved notice is hereby Given to All persons indebted to said firm either by note Book account or otherwise to make fent to the undersigned surviving partner of said firm who is the Only person authorized to Settle the accounts Between now and the first of March next As All notes accounts amp a. Remaining unpaid after that time will be placed in the hands of a magistrate for collection. All persons having claims against said firm will present them to the undersigned for settlement in the above specified Lime. The subscriber is always to be found at his residence a few doors below Stettler and Georges confectionary establishment. Thomas b. Wilson. January 11. A a go Henry a Longnecker attorney and counsellor at Law has resumed the practice of his profession in Lehigh and the adjoining counties. His office is in the residence of the late Hon. Jon w. Hornbeck in Hamilton Street a Borough of Allentown. I january 1,1. Surveyors Compass. A perfectly new and Complete six Inch Needie Compass and Chain made by e. Dra per in Philadelphia will be sold cheap by the undersigned. Quot a a u the Compass is warranted to be perfect. A apply at Lochman and Brothers cheap variety store. C. L. Bijoc an now is tour time to buy cheap Iron and hardware Barber so Young respectfully inform their friends and the Public in general that they Are determined to sell their Large Stock of Iron just receive to others 50 a Jons English Iron such As Square and sizes of Waggon tire which will be sold at 2j cents a Pound and. For Cash at 21 cents. Hammered at 4 cents and All sizes american us ill de very cheap. 25 Blacksmith anvils of the Best kind and warranted al ii cents a lot of horse Nail rods the to a skin the United slates warranted. Also cast Shear Blister and set Fig steel will be sold at extraordinary loft Pri Ces together with a very extensive Assort tent of h a r d w a saddlery coach trim Nvvf mechanics tools such As planes saws and All other kinds of tools which will be sold at Lover rates than any other House in the United states. Thankful for past favors they have received from a generous Public they Trust that through punctual attendance to business and Smalt profits they a a ill be Able to gain a still More extensive patronage. January 4. �?4w Frederick Boileu Bell Iii Ger Brand Cutter and lock Smith in Omle town. Respectfully informs his friends and the Public in general that he still continues the above business in All its various branches it his stand one door South of Dillinger amp Craig a dry goods store in Allen Street in the Borough of Allentown where he will also manufacture to order All kinds of Sames for druggists grocers. Arid other branches War ranted to be strictly acc ois Ned in the notice is therefore hereby Given to the justices of the peace and constables of the county of Lehigh that they Are by the said precepts commanded Tobe there at look Dock in the Forenoon of said Day with their Rolls records inquisitions examinations and All other remembrances to do these things which to their offices Appertain to he done and All those who Are bound by recognizance to prosecute against the prisoners that Are or then shall be in the jail of said county of Lehigh Are to be then and there to prosecute them As shall be just. Given under my hand in Allentown the 11 the Day of january in the year of our lord one thousand eight Hundred and forty Nino. God save the commom health. Ltd Charles Ihrie sheriff. Sheriffs office Allentown it _ Jan. 11, 1849. $ 1,-10 n. B. Magistrates Are desired to Forward their returns in criminal cases to the Deputy attorney general at once and to request prosecutors to Call at his office before court and thus afford sufficient time to prepare Tho indictments and other matters necessary for trial. The amount of unsettled business renders this at present absolutely necessary. Jan. 11,1849. U-4w gum shoes Guthi shoes. Just received a very Large assortment of ladies gentlemen and childrens gum a Ftp of at prices from 50 cents to $1,37, for Sale at the store of ,. A. Loci tan amp brother. January �1. F-4w lamps lamps lamps. Just received a splendid lot of Cand Lebra lard Carphine and fluid lamps which will be sold cheap by. A a Lochman amp brother. January ii. M�?4w rate fim tied to the most splendid i manner. He al a manufactures All kinds of locks door plateau door Knock ers and every other article in his line. A locks lamps in Short every thirty in steel Iron brass or Copper can be repaired at the shortest notice and on the most reasonable terms. Or. Boil Len trusts through punctual at ten it �nc0 to business and moderate charges be will by Able to a Liq a Large Bhare of pub us. Path Page for which a will Ever of thankful a a. 4m iteni9ffjl december 01. It a trial list _ or Nuary term 1849. Benjamin Jarry to is. George a Cist a. Paul Miller is John g. Goundie. George Wenner is. Asahel Beach. Roth is. George s. Xander. Reuben Faust and wife is. Jacob Seifert and wife. Quot Daniel Ludwig is. Frederick Kline. Peter Kline is. Michael Kline. Moses y. Beach is. Daniel and Edwia Helper Peter Hoffman is. Jacob Zimmerman. Christian Pretz it al is. Yardley so inc Etnan. 8. And Yvo Fogel is. Mandes Fogl. Same is. Same. Christian Orit is. Thomas Huler. A Henry meat is. Daniel and Henry Yeager. Aaron Guth is Nathan Schaffer Quot. Jacob Bitz is. Joseph h. Weidner. I Catharine Grimes use is Peter Schneider i be office s an d Terre tenants Quot. A Catharine Grimes use is. The administrator of John Schneider deceased. Jessup is. More is. Jonas Yerger. Stewart in Hopkins is. Thomas Vickert r eve licht administrators amp a. Is. Henry set. Lers. A 1 Quot a a Thomas Craig is. The Lehigh Crane Iron cons Pany. Philip Mauk is. John Bloss. Stephen Ritter is. Charles 8lnpp. Charles Stopp is. William ringer and Stephen Ritter. A Eliza Stein is. Hiram Brobst. James White is. Steckel so Winch is Ephraim Keck. A a a Taylor amp Brock is. George Wen Nersund Thomas is. Same. / a a a \ Nathan fresher is. The Lehigh Crane Iron company. A a v George Wenner for the use of a augat is. David Stem it al Thomas Wickert is. George Wenner. Benjamin grim is. Elijah j. Owen. George s. Eil in he Rdv a sex Coutur is. John h. Helfricht a executors Ftp Salomon buyer is. Solomon Gangwere Seal. Peter maos it al is. H. To b. Rupp a Joseph Unangst is. Thomas Wickert. Daniel and Benjamin Oswald is. Adam Mita. Abraham Handwerk Speter Wert. Sammy. A a it a hand Wilt. A. From the records to Safe Nathan Miller Protho Tatary. January 11. A a al Quot a Quot a

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