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Boston Post (Newspaper) - September 1, 1851, Boston, Massachusetts Boston Tost. Terms in it farm of Compromise Hart now become a of he a atutes i the land and every eat Aldalati a of god Gaith and sound policy requires that they should to Tua Foland /3a� Rwy monday. September 1. 1851, democratic nominations. For governor. George s. Boutwell of Grotov. For lieutenant governor Henry w. Cushman of by Okma amp Aston. Beals amp Greene Charles Gordon Greene editor published daily at no. 21 water Street by Commerce abroad great Britain and America. The British manufacturer like his american rival has had to go through a Long period of hard times though protectionists Over the water had no pretence to ascribe this depression to a Low Tariff. Lately the accounts from the manufacturing districts Are uncommonly cheering. The great barometer of manufacturing is the Cotton business and the month opened with a brisk demand at improving prices at Manchester for nearly every description of goods. The orders were for the Mediterranean Trade Germany and India. The prices now obtained for goods Are admitted to be remunerative. The rivalry of other countries makes John Bull occasionally give a groan. The journal of Commerce British has just taken a View of things ahead and comes to the conclusion that America will not Long leave him the Cotton Trade. It says a a our manufacturing Industry is doubtless great but look where we will we find other countries treading upon our heels and above All it is not to be expected that american which in every thing seeks to rival great Britain will Long leave us the Cotton Trade Over which it has so great an Ascendancy from the production of the raw material. In fact so Long As America has this in her Power so Long As our manufacturers Are dependent upon the United states for the raw material so Long the Trade Inay be considered to be carried on by this country on Mere Sufferance. But we have frequently said t at great Britain might through the medium of its colonies become Independent of America for raw Cotton and so we think it might. Yet whenever this occurs and we think it will occur the americans will set earnestly to work and we think with every Prospect of Success to rival our country in this Branch of business in which so Many vainly think it never can be excelled and upon which to Many rely As the never failing source of its such language As this is poor stuff for american protectionists to get up panics with. Yet there is much truth in it. No business has been More profitable manufacturing and Jonathan has hardly begun to show w hat he can do at it. When he sets a a earnestly at work a As it is intimated he will do by and by it cannot be expected that he will allow a successful rival. Again America will gradually occupy the commercial and manufacturing Field with limbs unfettered by restriction and unburdened with debt and consequent taxation and also unchecked by the exaction on production that operate so of nervously on the people of the old world. In All this she w ill stand on an immense Vantage ground. Great Britain has got them All and with but a dreary Prospect of abatement. Her National debt is so enormous that hardly can be found a definite statement of it and those who would have an idea of it must Content themselves with the remark that it is about four thousand millions of dollars and can never be repaid. Along with this clog which year after year will be Likely to become greater there is the astounding Prospect ahead of a stationary if not a decreasing population. For the last ten years a Mere trifle has been added to the population of great Britain while the Superior advantages of her greatest manufacturing rival have attracted to her sixteen Hundred thousand members of that class the London times forcibly remarks a a which after All is the Staple of a nation and the sinew and Bone of its nor is this All. This Transfer of the locality of the producing class is much More Active than Ever. Oppression is still doing its mighty work of driving men from its tyrannical influence and enlarging Western Empire. It is in allusion to the state that great Britain is silently but surely tending to that the London times remarks a a there is no appearance whatever of flagging in that great human tide which flows in so dense a Stream across the Atlantic and diffuses itself Over so Large a surface on the opposite shores. Who can say when and where this secession of the people w ill cease what numbers or what classes will stay behind what portion will go with the crowd what portion will Cleave to the soil r there certainly is a Point beyond which it would be ruinous for the present deportation to continue. What is land what is wealth what Are cities and the vast material apparatus of this Empire without the human labourer ? with a greatly diminished population a result now brought within the Bounds of moral possibility there will be less production and less expenditure while the National burdens will press with greater because less divided weight. There Are of course Many whose personal stake in the country is so great that nothing would induce them to sacrifice it. But that is not the Case with the vast majority of the people they Are thrown on the world and it matters Little on which a he of Tae Atlantic they have to follow their Star. We say it then with Confidence and earnestness that the Only Way to set this House in order is to reduce taxation and diminish the Public debt doing both if possible but by no Means omitting the latter. The great race of nations has scarcely yet begun for no Competition we have yet experienced is equal to that which is to come. The people at Large will Range themselves under the More promising competitor and if we Are resolved that England shall Challenge the whole world should she persist in entering the lists with her huge debt on her shoulders she will too soon find that her sinew and Bone have deserted her Tor less encumbered Here a question is asked that is most significant. What is the increase of England a cities her manufacturing towns her commercial ports compared with the loss of her labor ? what is All her machinery without the labourer ? what matter it that she for the present grows in wealth if she is also diminishing in population ? it is men that constitute the state and the policy that drives the a from its Borders is a ruinous suicidal policy. It any one thing is enough to make an american feel proud of his country it is the great fact that the institutions he lives under Are so mild j ust and Beneficent in their action that under them the honest labourer finds his situation More beneficial than it can tie under those of any country in the j world. It is not surprising that the Atlas should endorse the Albany journal s denial that cuban liberators Are a a pirates for we notice that the Philadelphia Gazette and other Scott presses take a Liberal View of cuban matters. But it is rather singular that the Commonwealth should differ entirely on the subject from the n. Y. Post the stiffest free soil paper in the Union. The Post favors the Independence of Cuba but the Commonwealth sides with the National intelligencer daily advertiser and such hide bound As to piracy we take it nobody can pretend that those who go to assist the cubans to throw off the Yoke Are any More pirates than i those who went to the canadians in the j Quot Patriot War. The British government called them pirates to be sure just As Concha Calla Lope and his Follower a but or Webster who is supposed to understand the Law of nations replied to the British minister in this Wise a Quot if citizens of the United states fitted out. Or were engaged in fitting out a military expedition from the United states intended to act against the British government in Canada they were clearly violating the taws of their own country and exposing themselves to the just consequences which might be inflicted on them if taken ten he the British dominions. But notwithstanding this they were certainly not a pirates a nor Doe the undersigned think it can Advance the purpose of fair and Friendly discussion to to denominate them. Their offence whatever it waa had no analogy to Case of piracy a a a a t a Well know n to or Fox that authorities of the highest Eminence in great Britain living and dead have maintained that the Oexle amp Ai Law of nations does not forbid the citizen or subjects of one government from taking part in the civil commotion of an her. There is some reason indeed to Tomk i that such May be the opinion of her majesty s government at the present gov. Johnston s abolitionism at a meeting in Mercer county pa., which was addressed by governor Johnston he was followed by John w. Howe Quot soil member of Congress elect from the Alleghany District who took occasion to express fully his abolition sentiments his hostility to the fugitive a Lave Law the sixth Resolution of the Lancaster convention and the repeal of the act of 137. He pledged himself never to sustain any Man who was in favor of those measures and assured the audience that am worthy Friend he goo. Error was with him heart and soul in this meatier to All which the governor yielded a silent As it but. Steam Fleet of the san Francisco Herald states that the Pioneer Steamer of the Pacific the California first entered the Gogueu give on the 23th of february 138. Since that time but Little More Thau two years and a third have elapsed and there Are Twenty nine Ocean steamers now running from ban Francisco and various Porta number 53 september 1, 1851 monday morning volume xxxix Boston the world want wide enough for him round Here so off he goes to Alforna. Upon Landing at san Frisco a smart Chap with gloves on was looking for a Man to unload Hia Burley. What �?T11 be give r asks Tom. Hundred dollars a says he. In a your boy a says Tom and at it he goes. For a few months he turned his hand to a Letle of anything to be done driving a team building houses cooking washing clothes doctoring preaching expounding Law and so on. Tom is a big Bug now at san Frisco. He s got Gold enough for him Elt and All his relatives. Now mister Tell us what your Englisher Man with one idea would have done under the same circumstances a poetry books. Amp a Public houses Florence hotel the commissioners appointed to visit the different counties in the state and hear arguments in relation to the location of the new Hospital for the insane met at Taunton on wednesday last and were addressed by several citizens there among them sex gov. Morton who the Democrat says a a entered into an examination of the manner in which existing institutions of a Public character Are distributed through the state. Berkshire had Williams College and the medical College Hampshire Amherst College Hampden the u. S. Armory Worcester the state Lunatic Hospital Catholic College state Reform school amp. Middlesex had Harvard University and insane Asylum the state prison Navy Yard amp. Essex a theological Seminary Suffolk the Massachusetts Hospital torts and arsenals and lastly a custom House which distributed More patronage than the whole state government and of which he might say Haud inexpert loquor�?1 know something about that a the old Colony had received literally nothing. The West had had the Western Railroad with a state subscription of $1,000,-000, and endorsements for Many More. The distribution of state of files had been in much the same proportion against the old Colony. She had the governor two years out of Twenty Lieut. Governor six or seven attorney general three or four year Only less than one third of her proportion of justices of the supreme court and of United states senators none at All. These things were not referred to for the purpose of eat Ting imputations any where and were not adduced As the main arguments but merely As having some weight in the the decision of the commissioners to locate the new Lunatic Hospital will soon be announced. The commissioners proceed immediately to visit the Hospital at Harrisburg pa., for the purpose of an inspection of the plan and arrangements of that institution. Pro Crit tufa77 Joy. In consequence of the Piti posed demolition of the building which they now occupy end a contemplated change in their business relations messes Burn Siam 58 a 0 Cornhill will sell their immense collection of Moks at greatly reduced Prinea they being Deal Roudol closing up their present Stock in order to avoid the expense attendant upon the removal of it. This collection a composed of nearly two Hundred thousand volumes in All the various branches of literature and in All languages divided into classes and arranged in such manner As to allow of Auy particular class of books being co shed at will. I a medical theological agricultural school. Classical. Foreign biography history novels poetry Cieni Ifica architecture engineering Etc. Are some of the classes. If Fortune with a smiling face brew roses on our Way when shall we atop to pick them up to Day Ziy love to Day but if she frown with face of care and talk of coming sorrow when Ahall Grieve if Grieye we must to Morrow love to Morrow. If those who be wronged a own their fault and kindly pity Pray when shall we listen and forgive to Day my love to Dav. But if Alern Smitie urge rebuke and warmth from Money borrow when shall we chide it chide we dare to Morrow love to Morrow. It those to w Hom we owe a debt and harmed unless we when shall we struggle to be just ? to Day my love to Day. But if our debtor Tail our Hope and plead Ilia ruin thorough. When shall we weigh his breach of Faith to Morrow love to Morrow. If love eat rang d should once again her Geni <1 smile display when a Hall we kiss the proffered lips to Day my love to Day. But it she would indulge regret. Or dwell with by gone sorrow when Ahall we weep if weep a must to Morrow love to Morrow. For virtuous acts and harmless Joya the minutes Wilt not stay we be always time to Welcome them to Day. My love to Day. But care Roseni Yuent angry words and unavailing sorrow come far to it o soon if they appear to Morrow love to Morrow. Lov Jov so Ward proprietor. The sul scribers having Lak n the above Well known fuated on the Corner of Broadway auction sales a Quot a establishment situated on the Corner of Broadway a a Quot and Walker streets Are now prepared to accommodate the travelling Community in the Best style and on the most Favori ate terms. The House is kept on the in Penn plan. A restaurant is attached to the How where meals can be had at All hours. The Larder w ill lie supplied with the Best the Market affords. The House is centrally located and within fifty Yards of the n. Y. And n. H. Railroad passenger depot in Biond Way w Here port re Are always in attendance to convey baggage to and from the hotel flee of expense. Kit bin Lovejoy Thomas we Ard late of Boston. New York. New York Jnue 18, 1851. Even j�?T-1 at private Bale. C y11 it i i oks carriages. 2 Haverhill Street opt it Boston and Maine Railroad i Lepot a Rone assortment of carnage of the latest and met Xet a it a Herns and of Superior workmanship of my own itar liquor together with others Iron the Best makers in a entry constitute the Best assortment Ever offered Lor c inspection. To be a old on the Moet Tav Turbie terms i-,.�?particular Aue Aumi paid to manufacturing i liaises be Boston trader Taloe keep it ers and others in want of a chaise at a Low Price will and it i their advantage and examine Quality prior a. Oti lot of Lance Wood just received. Epif to the editor of 7 of. Bostoff Post. I wish you to be Good enough to afford me room in your paper make a few remarks about two letters which i have seen published in the Boston a advertiser a in regard to the Landing of general Lopez at Cabanas Cuba and the present state of affairs in that Island. Said letters appear dated at Havana on the 16th and 17th inst., and the slanders which they report and chiefly the flattering Stylo which they breathe towards Gen. Concha have made me become conscious that these letters have been manufactured in Boston by a spaniard whom i know very Well As a forger of such statements to put Down every feeling of sympathy which arises amongst the great american people in behalf of cuban Freedom whenever startling news from the Island reaches the United states reporting the Progress of our revolution. I will not refer to any Point whatever of the before cited letters for it is not my mind to answer nonsense but to expose the forgery to prevent the people from being cheated. Now by the Way i must assure you resting upon the most reliable authorities in Havana that Lopez and his party far from being Defeated As those letters and the Spanish hirelings slate have had a great advantage Over the Spanish troops both by the joining of an entire regiment and by the Brave Lazo de la Vega who with five Hundred Quot Gua Giros a country people Rose upon hearing Lopez a Landing and prevented the government from communicating with Gen. Enna whom Lopez routed on the 13th and when the a a cherokees left Havana nobody there knew any thing about Enna no doubt because Lazo de la Vega had Cut off All communication Between the seat of War and the government on account of which the Sterling Concha was very uneasy. On the other hand five Hundred cubans left Havana to join Gen. Lopez and fifty of them were prisoners by the Spanish troops. The Fate of these prisoners is to be easily reckoned and we perhaps before Long Are to hear of another massacre in Havana after the Savage Spanish fashion. But will it Check the Progress of the revolution no and a thousand times no because the High spirited men who have attempted to rid Cuba of the old imbecile and disgraceful government which controls that Beautiful Island Are not to be frightened with the Spanish savagery. A cuban. Hays House Dalhoe Sik Square a Montreal. Luew York. Andrew mount auctioneer v w1lnerdings a mount. 8x01 no 51 Ali text Straat. Fink Kris ii teas. Al nf8l> a Bept a at in of it its a at the Walt Street sales room Corner of Walt and front streets e halal Cerf the car a a of the ship Bea Troin Canton con 1� Olbon j u a Jha son i , j s i ova Aba y in the usual v variety of package. Al rial. I j no Cuoni j i and ? the Day previous to Sale. Uck8d a Scot 4, Al 10 of clock at the auction room pm and dmm Toty to it ale of . Particular empty a Sale of iu1m1 pieces of carpet-in., of the. I How sow company s m am f at it re a Ltd a a. Sept 3, at j04oaeock, at the auction room. N Mcmeem carpet Nch Ottrie Thompsonville company a facture 1� Boeh. Extra thie Elv. Imperial do. My Nee Nice rated a eni lians. Willed do a do into extra a rated Chenille Hub Lar a and medium Exira rut do tailed do and tufted mat. Ltd Ltd a and Sample on the a Orrun old ate the Savannah Republican a leading whig paper at the South does not like the action of a a the whigs of new thank the editors of the Baltimore american for saving us the trouble of expressing our views on the late so called Compromise dictated by or Seward to the whigs of new York. We had their platform preserved for future Rel Erenee and Only deferred it on account of the pressure on our columns of local politics. The platform in question May suit the whigs of new York but it will never suit the whigs of the South. For our own part we confess our profound amazement that men can for the transitory plea sure of having Power and for the Small profits which Public offices bring with them be guilty of putting Forth sentiments not Only wrong and treasonable in themselves but which if persisted in must cause the disruption of this Republic. So far As this paper is concerned we shall take care to steer Clear of All such disgraceful associations. We shall adhere immovable to the Georgia platform. It is one of the few things that stand firm amid the shifting scenes and strange emergencies which Are presented by each Days history. It will be Well for office holders and office seekers of every Shade and description in the North to remember that our platform is to the people of Georgia like a second declaration of Independence. They have ordained it by a majority without a a precedent and they Are prepared to stand by it come what 15\ pm ii it by a b4nukoft. A Oval Thi i axiom it it ay.�, Ril old a to to a or but h a in Linc a a a att. Orl mtg the t �10 a Tats hotel Emi ant Al. Mar Ltd fashion Able Elu n r re. On 1 thursday my t 4, at Fri o clock. At a act. By catalogue. I �1 we shall off an imm a Stork of Fullio Alli t More in film my Walnut and no i won it of j Al tit it in suitable m us or i me room Park de j i in every Van y of at Aud a great proportion of a i k in the Nio thorough manner and by exp i a , Ami a Ril adapted of Cunagin and retail Esaff of diff Art Opp Waity let it a dealer and others to re in St it a a a All a my a embraced m the catalogue e a i Thor to e least Reserve a sting la pen of Sumph dressing Bureau with Large my and Marble to a Plain and Hall d a a mahogany j int a Fretard Ltd a if Glass and pen Nelll dts a a. I ended Tasias and whatnot Wilt writing a Para j i to a i Mode boil Tiamu de a and Bureau a very convenient. It a a Iila did Cote tat la of every variety m style in Walnut and a Ltd Ewe of wild egyptian and italian on. Mol Ihan two thou land Centre card Side occasion Tut Aat Taue Tam campy inn every desirable pattern. Or it Tan and Plain ate to dining table of Ina How it and Walnut of super t Workman hip. I no Macho can a a Walnut Sika Oug serpentine and a line lined of a Penof Quality. To Aswan net k. Gothic it or troll and Atoru pattern hat in Walnut and nits Italy trek a d. A in matk Virany and Walnut. To ii Tali re pc relate i a Logany and w Alnut. Ii per Library mahogany and a ainu Man or manufacture. Ltd a Lutow Miala i a Ahoran Walnut and Rosewood tired in Plain and figured Plush and hair eating too Lea pm Ait fancy table. In Greal variety. U re than 5lu a Quot a Las of every Dir Ibie pattern and 1 adapted to retail Rade. Of Tull French Tan Arm. Carved top and drop Arm Rock hairs in mahogany and a Alum. Of full French Nure and Plain chairs of different styles i ii times. A parlor chairs in great variety Phoi szered in Plush task and hair eat no. I. Divans wind w seats. To Ltd rets and ottomans. Iso�?25 i bather sets neatly painted in Lanteca get scroll Kenul a ail it in style with Myrhle h is. A urge Stock of Staple Glt so is Urh a common Maho Ecret Arie and bureaus Cherry Bir baud Pine tables and a sink. A. A i ii French and wind lass Bedstead. Mvi Ltd Pine sinks panted in i it a Walnut and Mabonga in. I a an invoice of mahogany and Gilt Frame looking a sea. A firn w iad Laas cottage antique anti bedbug and Timoti bedsteads. In it a weted Bair Cotton Husk and Palm Leaf int Tralee r Tun hat particulars be catalogue a Inch will be ready a it Revus to me Sale when the furniture can be sex removal or Jefferson and s Syracuse Star whose editor has known As Many men and seen As Many places As the wandering Ulysses gives the following anecdote a a the late Commodore Ridgley of the u. S. Navy informed us in the year 1837, that having on one occasion passed the night at the House of Samuel Gouverneur in n. A a a the son in Law of or Monroe he observed the next morning a Box of papers in his room which proved on Examina to be letters from or Jefferson to or Monroe. A portion of those letters by or Gouverneur a permission he examined and found them to contain a plan drawn up by or Jefferson to obtain Possession of Cuba when an occasion should arrive by transporting an army to her shores in a Fleet of gun boats which should take their departure from new York Charleston and other Southern Pray do Tell us or e lit or is the Boston Atlas really in favor of supporting the compromises and of preventing any further disturbance of the slave question ? from its bluster about the Union whigs of the South and its attempt to prove that Southern democrats Are opposed to the compromises one would really suppose that the Atlas regarded it As a reproach that any body opposed the compromises and that it wished to make up an Issue on the ground that the whigs Are to support the compromises in Good Faith while the democrats Are to pretend to support but really mean to oppose them do ask the Atlas to speak right out on this Point and Tell us if it Means even to pretend a to go for a faithful execution of and acquiescence in All the Compromise measures settled by the last Congress a and whether the Atlas whigs can be brought up to that sticking Point in the 10th of september convention ? we doubt it. Winthrop will get the nomination but he will double shuffle As he did in the Senate when he walked out of the footsteps of Daniel Webster which were too big for his Little patrician feet full of the blood of the Temple tons and the Atlas and its retainers will Dodge All round the Haystack. Anxious inquirer. Mutual life insurance Lompey re this institution has been in operation nearly five years a am within that it Riihl he a is Uejo 15,000 policies it Haa an accumulated capital of Over �1,000,000 dissolution of Copartnership. The Copartnership heretofore existing Between the thee Nheru under the finn of bears amp Fitch having expires by it Ltd a n limitation a this Day by Mutual of the co partners d a a lived. The outa Taudino affair of the firm will be settled by or firk. W to a to use uie firm name in Liquida Quot us a Willard bears. Jonas Fitch. August 31, fr51. Pm i3t__u25 Copartnership notice. The a us Scriber have Thi Dav formed a Copartnership under the firm of i Ccker i.e8 per and will continue the auction and Comuni Aaion Root by get and leather business at the old a land of Nathaniel tuck a. No. 45 Fulton ree. Natick Tucker. Boston july 1,1851. J h. Lester. Watt a maker a Stock and stand for Sale. The Aube crier living about to retire from business offer for ale at wholesale Prie. Ins e tilt a a lock of. No Gol an Quot watches old tto a . Tother by preen tag a very rare oppor Unity to Ite sous in want of valuable watches to Forish themselves at the co i of importation a Good watchmaker Diahl g to in Menre Hunnas for j himself in a a land already a Stahlin hed and having a very 1 respectable Anil profitable run of custom will find the pre ent a Good Opportunity. To such a person the sub Cariher would be glad to sell his Stock fixture. Ate., and lease the store Lor any Lerm required. My com k o Connell watchmaker atlg9fi e>3m no 5 North Bennett at. To the Railroad companies and car i ii Oaks in the United states. Ii tip Rob Patent safety and beef acting car coupling which Haa keen in use on several Railroad in new England for i tie year past giving the most unequal shed satisfaction Lor its simplicity an i per acct Aldapia non to All Pierpo not car coupling affording entire a Aleiylu u operator and conductor in shark Ling Cara together i recommended to the notice of All concerned in the building or management of Railroad machinery. Order received it for Ibe above at i Bute Streel where male May be Een. By i os3m j. B. Hill machine broker. I m Hinsky a anti Cort birr Mach Terry of a in the Sliwi Hwy to and Bent a mule Ever invented Tor Railroad and All kinds. Machinery. Metal wearing cleaner an i brighter than with Auy other Oil. The Best of testimonials ran be Given of its superiority. Warranted to j give satisfaction. Manufactured and Tor Sale by j. Baxter no ii state St. Je2 notice. Pamk8 Maguire. Gardener respectfully informs the gentlemen of Boston and Vicinity that he will attend to order led Al hts re Aidene. No 7 East Dedham Street two door irom Washington a feet or at 747 Washington Street armr j. B. Flaggs store. Order from it Ait of town for Lay a my out new Garden or plea or ground i richly attended to. I al5 onto James Maguire Gardener. A new article in the ai4ts, Hen 7a a let Tina am. Be is the my i perfect solvent of India rubber Gutta Perch and the Gums generally yet. Known in the arts we invite the attention of dealers and Consumers of the above to Thia new article. Manufactured and a of Sale in any Quantity by Piil bad h. Carpenter a co., chemist hit Washington Street Boston. Epif a Vlf Jami. Blind and door stiff constantly on hand of i prior Quality also curtain Bucks. Blair Bali Isles Fence paling for Sale by we. Hawes 230 commercial Corner Clark St. <1 auth rom it Are invited to Call on a uie sub Riber who is prepared a it exhibit samples of All the most styles of Domesio a suitable Lor foreign markets. He has on Sale a great variety on Uvora de terms. I d7 Josiah fi8ke, no 4 Liberty Squar. I in Lonjin boiled i Good so Ort it Mej of be to double worked English boiler Iron lust received Kifowi liverpool�?fug81 by Curtis to ilk a co 106 state St if Blip Ali a nine 4 l t Andersons mrs Mil i Irry a staid win a Hogert a and Kidder s Fine Cut chewing and Hon King tobacco Tor Sale at factory Price by known a Whitney 43 Chatham at., Currier Mer it hauls Row. By to of Alt anal not Moths. A crude camphor a pickled amongst woolens furs a. Effectually prevents and Detroya Moths it is As i factual and Law Tepen Ivr than Reich de camphor Lor Sale by Johel a Bur. Nett j3 to Reimut Row. Of or Smyrna heart gum try Gaca Iii. White a a and Boris gum arabic Whit Ami Bartsh nuts Allan beam Monys Ottn a it was fur Sale by Edwiu Lamb a brother. Old custom House by 4 boiler Large Assort it or Vittit English boiler rivet s Superior article now on the a aage from in let .<�>1�?for ale by our Tiff i Houvk a co ii state St. Law Mill wine assorted packages in mile at 19 Central wharf by j4>hn b. Ozark. Aud a Quot no 1 dirt Mesa. Ipin Rance Stone a co. A a Beehrle a co. 18

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