Lorain Gazette in Elyria, Ohio
24 Jul 1829

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24 Jul 1829

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Lorain Gazette (Newspaper) - July 24, 1829, Elyria, OhioMorning july 24. The first is presen Ted to the Public with a Hope than any founded expectations that the wish of its patrons May be satisfied and that its or May be such As to ensure a favor reception throughout Tho Range of its action. The editor can pledge his sex in its behalf and this done the re must be Lei too Public opinion the sur est criterion among an intelligent people by which to judge of the Worth of any Publica Tion. Though this Standard has been raised within a few As Well by the increased Tern. System of espionage introduced in connection with the pro scrip the system into the Post office department cannot but be odious in the eyes of the people f we see that the department Hus even condescended to require Deputy postmasters in Che country towns to advertise the uses of dead letters Iri party though completely insignificant in character in comparison with the bus iness papers heretofore advertised in. This is carrying the proscription too far even friends of the administration those who Are with the delightful writings of Addi son will remember How ridiculous this sort of party distinction is represented As making even so amiable a Man As Good sir Roger dec Overly. We will refresh their memory by a quotation in All our journey from says the no. 126 we did not so much As bait at a whig inn or if by Chance tie Coachman stopped at a wrong one of sir Rogers servants would up to. His master full and to him that the master of House was against such an one _ v Tion nine or ten of cleric it is stated were dismissed for and against would evry other have whom any cause Odif Wissal been found to exist. But this put fora i d As a claim for the simple have men done otherwise Merit attempted with the object in alow in explanation Puthe we intend to pursue regard to to subject of Public mind is i Yidel May not at the present moment to ill timed. The friends of the system Are so numerous in this As to rentier opposition a politic but that Here our feelings consequently our mite be contributed to the support of this Jet with Hearty Good will. It were that a similar coincidence should cheerful support of the present m the last election. Us into hard that coincidence How cd does not exist. Were its measures a prejudice against the individual who compose i though Ever so deep rooted would of course and in time approx libation of their measures must be mingled with a of personal esteem. On Tho other hand a contrary feeling Gaines strength with every new do elopement of a policy thai is detested for odious measures pursued by unpopular men create an enduring hatred. Far be it from us however to Widen the breach bet Meixus and those of our neigh Bors from Horn we differ in political Opin Ion. The difference after All is rather imaginary than real. The a Prosperity of our country is alike desired by All and the peo ple of Ohio Are of one mind a to the Meas this often be Beds and bad cheer for we were not so Induisi hive about the inn As the innkeeper and our landlord s Princi Ples were sound did not take any notice of of his Provis ions. This i still the More in convenient because the better the Host was the worse generally were his accommodations the fellow knowing very Well that those who were his friends would take up with coarse diet and hard lodging. For these reasons All the while i was up on the Road i dreaded entering into a House of any one that sir Roger had applauded for an honest National. Intelligencer from the n. Y. Mercantile adv. Is a Rumor we know not on what that Are making for an arrangement with great Britain on a Oasis of extended commercial reciprocity and that a Tariff on imports Orleans june 32. Con Isodore capt. Miner of the rep Sythat an at tempt had been made to assassinate com. Porter. He had been ordered to the City of Mexico ii his Way in company with a gentleman from new York and attended by two servants when about 40 leagues from Vera Crux he was attacked by a com Pany of 9 horsemen two of whom advanced within a Short distance of him when he turned and their he instantly wheeled and shot one of the Leader off the head of the of aged him the re Leader fall fled. The chief of the band it is said is the Tery Man from whom the Commodore procured Hor ses for the journey wonderful correspondent from Hartford Washington 80th Ake of Constance she is said to Lead a Lite worthy of the daughter of Josephune. I he Prince of As for some time dwelt at Home and in the principality of which he bears his time. In he Resi led with a Numo Rolis Fahily at sit Rigaglia a Little town Homo Ini Luky speculations having diminish lied his Fortune by sold Kib Palace at Rome to tile Price tie Montfort his brother one of his is married to Tho Price Gabrieli others to of Thorn Stuart. The Prince de the Loo i ii nuts connection with Tho a of the King of , still Mainu Uius some be state and continues to be courted by i ambassador h representatives of Tho Northern Powers. The coi Towse do Princess has not yet obtained permission to join family in Italy. She is in Asia. Her eldest daughter is married to the count Fino is ii bolognese Nobleman Achilles the _ do younger w Pec Batons were even three on them some melted and finally remaining whole clothes on that Side presented the appearance of rags shot loaded Cannom f the Shock As the will be prompt a soon 1329 a of tet my in the will Jigme of Elyria run of Fust rate Feo Lutsi Eteva leis and All the machinery requisite in a merchant Miil Riccio moated also to work Vav Iube sold on reasonable terms i Ely. Elyria Biily Attray Marer by Virtu e of an order to is directed b y. Joseph b. Is son a Justice of the peace tic undersigned have viewed and apprised a certain St Liay Mare taken up by John Williams of Avon township la Iran county arid find her to be of a Bay i 1 1 to t eldest son has purchased considerable Mains in the f Loridas. Inc leu Iii dui brother is i South America. cd mint from the cd ten a Ptah. Yani Tanner will last for nine the in Hamlet and it we Are to put Trust in Tuo theory re ported in the his occupation is Asfa Var Blu to the body of the Tunnac before win. At to Marks upon the strange Rumor which has just floated to the surface of the tide of Public gossip that the ministers of his majesty George the in. With the Aid of our minister to England Are about to make a Tariff of duties on imports for the United states such is the Plain Engliski of he the thing is absolutely incredible exceeding any Absurdity that has Ever been conceived of under the wildest notions of ure we Hope that the Story is Al together a hoax though it is Given to the world from a very respectable source it is added to the Rumor that the British minister at Washington approves of the no doubt of it How could the British commercial and manufacturing and i Scali interests be better promoted than by a Tariff to be made by treaty such As the government of great Britain will approve of if or Vau Ghan has persuaded the administration into any such measure his coun try will build him statues of Gold and Crown him with unfading laurels for achieving a greater Victory than the fluid Reathe the ground in three different places and on different which was considerably injured the whole four were prostrated by the Shock yet strange As it May appear no one seas Materi ally injured except by the Burn Al though the skin was taken often spots from Kiney and one of the others had his clothes torn the whole Are now Able to walk about and a a fair Way to be entirely Well in the course of a few Washington county Post. Duke of Wellington Ever dreamt of. Is no uncommon thing t6 find the disingenuous advocate of the that i elusive Tii enit and Pun Ishing Public defaulters and it is even broadly intimated by them Liat Deal cations and dishonesty Lii now n Elah Park 7 Albin Stickl Sayij Sers that the to Cofie turn As made to me. Joseph b. Jameson j. Avo ii july 17, Cli Aii painting. Lemoins respectfully informs the Public Liat he Carrys on the above business in All its various branches in the Village of Elyria wh6fe he will keep on hand a general Assort ment of made of the Best materials and after the latest and most improved fashions which will be sold As Low As at any other establishment in this Western he will be ready at All times to i cute House Carriage sign gilding 4 on the shortest notice and and on reasonable terms. All kinds of work in his line brought to be re paired will be speedily attended to. In the above he floaters him from his experience branches of self that he will be Able to give Gener Al satisfaction to All that favour him with their custom. Putty kept constantly on hand for Sale. All or Ders in his line of business will punctually attended to. Most kinds of produce received in payment. A share of Public patronage respectfully solicited. I july 24, 1829. Same. State of Ohio Lorain county As. J order of tie court of com Mon pleas of Lorain county i West line of the to the South Lino i shall expose for Sale at Public venue thereof thence East Wardly on said South line to land owned e. L. Goodrich thence North Wardly on said West line to the Lake Shore thence along the Lake Shore thirty six and a half rods to the place of begin ing belonging to the estate of Timo thy Babcock land to be sold with the encumbrance of the Dower. Nathan h. Manter Elyria july 20, 1829, land m m at the hotel in the vilage of Elyria in said on the 5th Day of tember next Between the hours of i o clock p. M. And 4 p. M. Of said Day the following piece or tract of lying and being situate in the in said coun 2, including 160 made known at and forty Al fifty 17 of

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