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Mercantile Daily Advertiser (Newspaper) - September 11, 1826, Cincinnati, OhioOxtot Nhatt monday september a us Ftp a pub thud by Browne k Warren no. 91, main Street. The mbrca�itiix\pa11.y Anvi see will 1� published every morning sundays excepted on super Royal Sheet As Large a any in ims City and delivered immediately to sub a crib Ere Price eight dollars per annul Paya Feie quarterly in Advance or at the rate of ten dollars per annul if not paid in Advance. Advertisements which Are respectfully a Buci Ted will he inserted on reasonable term a. Mouthy Cope. We Kopeij Robt ctr dining Joseph Cumbo a cubby Ray we Collins 2 Cyrus co i Well James Chute Moses Colin or Carr Abel Coe 0. Capt John w Cox or Crawford Rebecca Cummings e Ixo Nant Matilda coma d capt John Duncan a list of letters a Lemal Nung in the Post office at Cincin k Noti Ohio on the 4th of september ism which n not taken out by the 1st january 1087. Will be sent to the general Post office As dead letters.4persons calling for these letters Are requested to say they Are advertised. I doctor Edwin. Adams Julia Graham Calvin Austin 3 Richard Ayres John Alsap Daniel Ames Benjamin Ashcroft fam is. D Anderson 2 Isaac Alison Thomas Auten John Aronds 2 Thorn i older Din fames Armstrong a Quot Isaac Adkins Fame airs Sally Anderson my. Wikoff to Luther Divot Christian Oon Hammer we Dye Daniel James Dyer Esq Absolem Bautts Benjamin Docker a s Rev John p Durbin 2 we Devor Margaret Dou a. A Quot a Mil Jane. I Edward dais a vis Lott. Edwards Thomas Ellis Sarah Over san John Earehart the Wilber Earle 2 care of a g. 6 Edmonds Derton George c. Arens c. W. Amos John Anderson Samad Ayres John r. Arlund Willard Arlond b George baht 3 Patrick bleary George Bucl Annan we. G Berry John t. Osbaum Jacob Beisher Amos h. Brown Josiah Bisbee Garter h. Bentley James u Burton Joshua Bernard or. C. Brener George Byrn 2 James buckle we. Bernard win. R. Bring burst Nathan Baker col. Samuel Borden Stephen Barmore m iss Suton Brown we. Bottler we. Baird John Blakejr. Fred beam Gerbner or. I. Brower John ret Oman j. Ben bum Esq. 2 racha1 Blandchard m. Bren an Samuel Biles John m. Bratton miss Sarah Ebrown Ishlon r. Barnes capt. Flauy Bess David Baltzley Samuel Beach 2 Mathi s Brigham Stephens Brick doll j. M Bivins Archil a Aid. Brown we. Ball Abraham Brewer a Raul Bush a Justice seamen Tho i o a Britton 3 Davi l Barmore Amy Bic Gim Robert Brozer John Bodman we. Baldwin i rates a. Cornelia m. Bedford Hannah Brooks Levi j. Bren Tott David Brant Isaac Bryant John Bartlett Orrin Bangs Edward Bradbury Samuel Bennela v Jonathan sea. Norman Bird Philip Bra Day t we. Bell David Bradford. A David Blackburn Frederick Batchellor James r. Baldridge i b. Burton James the. Balter a. Babiner Oliver Crain Mem son Samuel Brick we Evans we Edwards Samuel Everist f maj John Farri Aaron fits Erland James fir Kenson we Forsyth James Foster an Stephen flin i i Joshua Davis Benjamin Davis it f Davis a Ancy Dauherty David Davis Thomas Dowler George Dovenor Mien Dart Samuel Daniel pm d lug Las John r Dick Catherine doting Edward Dodson Nancy Long 2 Adam ii Lemmon Thomas Lawson 2 Harmon Long Joz Abad Lodge Isaac Landis Mary Ann Latham we t Littell Geo. Or Abr. Lee Ralph. Letton Watson Lewis 2 Lewis Lewis Clarissa Lovell Enoch loner m Dei Ter Mellen Michael Flowers John Fry Uncle Ichabod Fuller pm toes Freeman Jacob Field pleasant Ferguson Lyman Fuller Samuel Farrar Seth Folger John Fawcett j p Foster James Fletcher John Fasemire g Nancy Gimble Benj 1 Gilman 4 Joseph Garrison Bryan Gormly w m g a illicit of tear Gid Tou Goodrich John if Graham. Gang Duff Green Joseph Root Stein we Graham Jeremiah Guild Jane Greer Charles Green. Robert c Graham Victor Gate 2r Samuel Greenl Eaf Solomos Gross Ezra Garard David Grant h John Helder Mati 2 Susan Manley miss Muntich Hall a Nimrod How Ven Roswell Hea Sekine we. Hildreth Thomas Hubble Adam Hill 2 David Robbs Nathan hand Joseph f Hall Isaac j Horner Samuel Phebe and can shy John Seth Mayhew Thomas Mathew Mary l Miller George Mathen a Mitchel mrs m Apple Beck 2 Samuel Morse Jonathan Murria h k Magoon Elizabeth Miner we mom Francis Murdock 2 a Michael Miller Sarah More Flemming Mayhard Phillip Miller or w my a Ford Elizabeth Macy Jno Morris Henry Mosley John Morgan John Martineau David a m itchy Samuel Mullen Esq Richard Morecraft Amos Moor Jame Montgomery George 11 Marcher Joseph Manly Samuel Moorhead Richard magic r h Mills we moot�1 Ruth Mills we Murry a Robert Moorhead miss Rachel b minor Isaac h Jackson. K Daniel Ravanagh George emitting m Kiister care of Horn Loftis Keating Caleb Kemper Joseph keen James Kenneda Philander Keller Louisa Krafft l american Lukens James Loder Mary Latham John Lynch John Latta Alfred m Lintel Henry f Lander a Henry Lovett Anna a Lewis p Lappen we Luther Abraham Luck Jacob Lees Caspe Stininger or Lin Ginger John Latte so As c Looker Stephen Lacy Rev Samuel Robinson Robert Riley r n Riddle John reign for Jonas Robbins Absolam Robinson. 3 Rev d Root Nathaniel ropes Fleming Robinson Adam. Rice Esq Charles Robins James Rankin James Riddle s Rodney r Scott professor Slack 1 Ruth Shinn we Smehil lager Orson Shaw Daniel Sowder Sami Sparks John Sloan or Ira Smith 2 Elizabeth Smith James Rit Teaf Joba Wise president or secretan Francis Tough it 1st did. Med. Society Henry Teton an Samuel Rogers miss Ann m Young Jesse Reeder or Yates. We. Burke p. M. Cin. Sept. 4. Cotton Bales prime Tenor sew Cotton just received per a team boats Geo. Marion and Cincinnati and Tor Sals by w. B. Wilson a a co. July 27, Tail. 129 Noble Row. Fancy so Windsor chair factory. Skinner. Isle of Thi Fimi of pc Skimmer now dissolved take this of former Arnn port Unity of returning thanks for age shown to the late firm and of informing the Public that he has taken into partnership his brother Corson c. Skinner and have opened their shop on Columbia Street just above the theatre1, in the name of a it a Quot. C. Skinner notice. All a a distance thankfully received and punctually attended to. Those wanting to furnish themselves will do Well to Call. Cincinnat i j uly 6th, 1626. _126-tf. A in Jah Medlock Robert Moore g h Marcher George Mason m iss Cal Ala Moores lies John Highway Robert Hervey / Thomas c of Jowett we h Howard Lucy Hosea Thomas p hoops 2 James Hicks Junr George Hull 2 Joshua holding John Hud Lou Squire Hodgkins we Hayden Dull Horn Robert. Huston Garret Hopper Guy Hamilton Elijah Hayward Esq 3 we Huck George h allow b Amuel Campbell Haprian Hachen a c Joshua. Z costeas Mica Jablonn James Carman. Hugh. Carson Michael Clark we Crane capt s Conner Jane Campbell Roswell Carter Robert r Campbell p Collins John. M Clark mra Campa Chari a crewman Henry b Capp John Carr Deborah Clifton. Jaynees Comstock Deanes Clark 2 Lewis r Carter John Cook 3 John Clark it cd Daniel hover Jane Hutchison Amos a Holabird John Hinds James d Hamilton we j Huderson John Howard Henry Haarke Henry How ver Susan Humphreys Aldrew Merideth Gabriel Hubble Hiram Hunt John Hyatte Fanny i 1�. A m Smith k co j Summers John Shook w Scudder Irish Stiles miss Mary Scudder David Smith Milley Smith a we Smith. John ii Smith Aaron Smith miss Pandia Stine Back John Stilwell a d Samuel Samuel Stone Nathan be Watt Joseph c 8 Rockton f a Sayre Henry h Siller Robert steel 2 Ezra Stout John Swain we l Stinson David Stoddard Stephen Shank Cornelius Sheeham John Stickney .2 Marv Sutton Toto As so Ellenbarger James sever ale Stewart Reynolds Stebbins Swaaley is Wilkins i James skat it j r where they intend to keep on hand a general if j assortment of fancy mme real1 and Windsor chairs y of the latest and most improved Fash Ion. For neatness and durability they will babe lob Wick edit Tabue the wholesale grocery and Iron Zusinas at no. 16, lower Market Street and have now on hand #6 hid. Superior n. O. Sugar 219 bags prime Green Coffee 64 a a Ali it do. 47 chests fresh Yii Tea. 114 Ralfph Cost and catty Bones do. 25 a a a a Imperial Tea 200 kegs Junietta nails assorted 84 to Eastern do. Do. 15 tons Juniet Tabar Iron. August 3,1826. 130 100 bags lotto he 51 bag Coffee �3000 la. Spanish Soal leather 50 Side upper do. 30,000 la pig Lead �600 bbl. Flour .100 u whiskey., for Sale by Irwin amp Whiteman. August 24,1826.__13d not be surpassed by any in the Western country. Steam boats will be Rani ahead. On the shortest removed to third Street. Bate taken the Central and convenient dwelling for the better accommodation o the Community Between the residence of or Lawrence Ami Henry ragout Esq. Opposite the Post office. C. Munroe solider t dentist. July 13,1826._127-Ly fancy goods. The subscribers have just received at their retail store arts. To fian Street an assortment of fancy goods a Moho which arc j super1 Black Nan keen Crape 1,4 Black and assorted color. Canton crapes u Black and White italian crapes u Black ass a. Coif�?Ts., Fig a. Crape Robes Crape Lis a fed. Colors m Fig a. Striped1 and shaded Gros de Naples Rich colors a a Fig a. And Plai n Black do. Black sen Shaws u Black and Ais a. Color Sarc Netts a 1 1,1 Black levantine a a do. Mode44 Fig a. And striped. Florentine a a White and ass a colors Florences a a Thule lace White and ass a. Colors m silk velvets ass a. Colora Black and White satins a a Bobinet Lacy and Gauze veil to Long kid gloves a a Black and White silk Hose and gloves kid Castor York Tan amp Beaver gloves 11 fancy silk he Keih ass a. Qualities. A Large Assort edit of Rich and Fine ribbons Einbrod Dering canvass White and Orange sic. With addition of the above their Assort men t if now very general and the goods Are offered at Low Price j. Is a. C. Brown. August 31, 1826. 134 tier a team boat it wine do. Y. Ii. To a bus. I Rice logwood madder Copperas Obi baskets Oil boxy codfish i a a a a. In Sto Jyo 756 Reama printing waiting and wrap Ping paper \5 ton j Uneatta Iron _ 100 Keg do nails and i 50 Bales prime Tennessee a Cotton boat glassware i and Hray do Newee c i a Mortez 20 bags prime Green Coffee \ 200 bbl superfine flour for it Unity 10 a country sugar \ use country Sugai 12 new Orleans sugar 2000 lbs. Cotton yarn. 50 bbl Ken Hawa Salt a 10 kegs sad Irons .50 bbl. Molasses. Also a tobacco allspice Pepper ii Bonnet boards sieves shovel and up gun powder a. A. For Sale at the lowest Ket prices by we. B. Wilson a co. August 10,1826. 131 Fra 4, i Bov. Winks at cordials. Twenty dozen old Madeira wimp amp a this wine hat had the Benefit of a voyage to the East indies and has been highly approved by connoisseur who recommend it As a Vega Superior wine. 401 dozen Madeira of different grades 80 line old port wine 20 a a fort of different qualities Fine Coj dials of different kinds in. Bottles and on draught. Madeira of various qualities Sicily port an Teneriffe mines on drag of for Sale by Lawrence amp Butler no. 2, Nobles Row. Angusto 1826. 132 torn Holland a t then suck store no. 9, main Street Al Al has a full assortment of pure foreign and Domestic liquors. Merchante of the country tavern keepers and retailers Are invited to Call and examine them. On hand a t this time old jaw sic a real Holla in Gin a Etc it or a any st Groin Russ or. Brandt a West India rum old if e. Do. Common do. Cheery do. American Gin common do. Rosr. Cordial cinnamon do. Aniseed do. Old Loi imm particular Wirtz Madeira do. Port do. A Tenneriff do. Is Laos. Do. Claret do. Mountain do. Currant do peach Brandy american do. cordial k Gen Duncan me Arthur David Statzer Joseph. Mcclain Squire w Mccluer we Mclau Trhlin j Mccormick Nicholas Mccarty a meccas me masters Robert Mclane a John Mcque can John Mcquiston col Samuel Mckee Francis Mccormick John Mcmunus James Mcmahan James Mccord Uriah Mcqueen Thomas Mccammon Enos Mehraj Louis or ewer Spicer. Martha. Sweeny t i we thorns miss Ann Todd John Taylor 2 Jos Taylor Quot Sarah Tomlinson or reason Thompson. 2 mom Townsend George Turner Henry Towi Send. Henry Tice Thomas Thornberry Ellen Thompson we Tiaa Hemke Luther Taylor 21&Quot miss Elizabeth Mclean May Thornton w we us Ogden Yaty John Highee Ewh Andrew Haselwood Robt Hinton. J Ames h a y Jonah Hopkins pentiums j Holcomb i a Lewis fag is Josiah Ingham Ory Cortright miss Mary Mcnno Al Colvin John Curry \ Henry Campbell 2 i Carlisle James it John a of John Carpenter r it i cob Roswell Coleman Dari rid Cummings 2 w m Collins a Oliver i hey Alfred Jackson Martha Jones we John miss Aon Justice Nelson Jones Henry h Jonas j h Johnson Campbell Johnston w m d j ones Jmc Mard Jacob James Jackson John Jones Ai _ James Jackson c a j Johnston Quot we Jone n m Neville Esq James Nickle James Neighbour Isaac Newton Jacob Newman Clark futo Kieara o John Owens David John of p Edwin f Phelps Samuel Pearce j Pearce a Allen m Poff Mary Parsons Missouri Porter Elisabeth Powell maj Asher Philips 2 Sally Parrott or Phelps. J k a. W Patterson or e h Pierson lot Pugh 3 Joseph Phinney we Parsons David Trimble Henry Teaters John Thompson Sami Talbott miss Julianna Taft Thomas Thompson pleasant Thomas David Thompson Lucius j Taylor Artemas to or John Thomas Joseph Talbert John tier v capt Vance m1 m h Vandyke John Van i veto 1 \ w d Wade Esq John Woods David Wilkinson Jacob Weaver Isaiah Wing John Williams Mia Marv win ship he pase Peters John raise w Phillip 2 John Parris John Patterson miss Mary Wium Charles g Wilks we Wood 2 Jose of w tight Jas h Wood John Wozencraft Absolam Woole Craft 2 Lark ii Pugh Bear Park co Joseph Woodward i Lucy fee Joseph Phares e be Page r. Joseph Rose miss Mary a Nettief John Richards James Ross Sam my Rowley j Ane toss 2 we run Hanl amp co v Rinehart Nancy b 8 Robinson John Roberta Charless Rhoads 2 we Ramsden Joseph r eed Samuel a Mary Samuel h Row Williams Wood Jam h Williams Andrew wait John Walls 1 1 n a Ware Esq 3 Alex Walworth Thomas Wakefield Susan v Waters Lewis Williams r a Riekele care of Jib Ward j e Watson John Wells Solomon Wilcox Ruber s Whit g in Delia Josh Williams earn re Wiliam Esq Thomas Wood apply of tobacco Mackerel groceries. Sui cd err. Bounce. Also and other produce of the country always received As Cash at the highest Market prices. Cin. July 6,1826. 127-Ly Otton yarns assorted Seibert for Sal it by b. Hayden k co. Met Al 1026 c o oem i us of Universal emancipation. Fawn. Be year has nearly elapsed since the weekly publication of this work commenced and though the list of was Small at first it has now become very respectable and Cun Tiaa a to increase. The editor is therefore encouraged to up Serekis labors. He is convinced that the course he has marked out and pursued approved by a great majority of the respectable part of his fellow citizens who Are averse to the perpetuation of the a a supreme curse a of slavery in this land. The work a now an extensive circulation in Many part of the United. States especially Quot Servial a a a South of it. The manner and spirit in which in Maryland and some of the states to the d spirit in it is conducted is Well known. It is therefore unnecessary at this time to Ray much on that Bead. It will hear the same1 character in future that it has heretofore done. The editor however indulge toe Hope that with the increase of its circulation the Means will be aug sealed to Giro if additional value1. It is his unwavering and unalterable determination to expose toe abominations of the slave holding system that it May be viewed in All its a Lor mity add neither the smiles nor the frowns of friends or enemies shall deter or dissuade him from pursuing what he believes to Quot to the Liae of duty in this respect. At the same time every plan with which he May become acquainted that is seriously proposed for tin abolition of that system and. Toe Mel duration of the suffering condition of slaves will be duly attended to and promptly Laid before his readers. The second volume will commence about the first of september next. The editor intend to enlarge the paper As Toon at the patronage will justify it. To the friends of tie which it advocates he looks for the Means of effecting this object and also of securing the1 permanency of the Ettal it terms of publication the Price of subscription to this work is three Dollar per annul payable Neishin air months of the time of subtending a but full receipt will be Given if two Dollar and fifty cents be paid m Advance. I subscriptions will Mih received for Lew Tiara than a year out of the City of Baltimore and the Money must always be paid in Advance by Distant subscriber unless they can Maui Cate their names through the medium of an authorized agent. Tike difficulty to collecting Emai sums at a distance renders a strict adherence to this Rale indispensably necessary. Subscriber will not be at Liberty to withdraw names if they m m in Amara the postage must be paid on Alt letters and received by the editor Trotti the Post office. B. Lundy editor and proprietor. Baltimore August 1826. Improved self sharpening Patent Eagle ploughs. The proprietor of the improved self sharpening Patent ploughs brings them before the Public with an Assurance m their being Rush Rex jobs. T y7m. 0. Jones a this Day received an v v assortment of Rush blinds Green and Plain for Sale at no. 3, Nobles. Row. August 10, 1836. 131 j. Amp a. 0. Brown no. 12, main Street. Have just received and offer for Sale Loob Bla Quot a Public with an Assurance of their being what he represents then to be. On a late occasion when a Bird of Gaudy plumage issued his Handbill stating that his Patent ploughs had not the1 ague led the subscriber to be very particular in the Anatomy of his Eagle ploughs and therefore adopted a plan to keep Clear of the various fevers and palsies which other ploughs May be subject Toas Well a As that his ploughs in going ground should be More firm and straight Forward neither Jar ring to the right or left. He believes the new improved self sharpening Eagle plough to be the most easy economical and. A Hiack Dimaid Era Tam yet Bro to into use among the cultivator of the roil. This valuable discovery is particularly to All practical Farmers who Are invited to examine for themselves. The evidence of the advantage of those ploughs Are conclusive of themselves. In addition to the above the subscriber has a apr defy of other ploughs Viz. Hackney a Patent Bull plough Welsh or Bull plough prac of k�?T9 ploughs and Bur Shear do. He will furnish any other kind of ploughs which Muy be wanted All. Which shall be made of Tite very Best materials and sold wholesale and retail on fourth Street at the Eagle foundry Cincinnati. Josiah Hawkins. August 31st, 1.826. 1.34 family physician. The Public Are respectfully informed that the a family physician will by Wail for subscribers in a few Days. As this Wor a audition will be ready for k has been enlarged by of fifty pages of valuable matter and consequently the expense of printing very considerably increased the Price to non subscribers will be ,$3 50 cute. Subscriptions will be received until the i5t.h of september at three dollars. If. B. An erroneous idea has been entertained that the a family physician we will he sold at auction this will toot be the care. One half the edition is engaged by subscription and 1 have pledged myself not to sell or to have them sold at auction. A Hill Woodward. Aug. 31,1826. 134-31 snuff. A Fri he subscribe has just received an Assort i men of snuff from the fact Oil of messes. J. May i and so co. Philadelphia con listing of Mac Couba Rappee Natchitoches course1 French and so Tab. Which is offered for Sale at factory prices with the addition of Carriage the reputation of the manufacturers is such that comment is. Unnecessary. Lawrence amp Butler. July 20,1836. J28.j_no. 2, n. 20,000 lbs. Fig leap 10o Isles prime Alabama Cotton 42 half bbl. And. 2 mackeral just received per steam boats Gen. Marion pc Cincinnati Tor Sale by in win amp Whiteman ? Cin. July 27, 1826. 129 main st. A Barf. Administrator s notice. Perrons a Vine claims on the estate of a Bra a m Hefley deceased Are Here by notified to present the same legally proven within one year from this Date for settlement. %11 persons indebted to said1 estate Are required to make immediate payment. John Hefley administrator 1. A of Ike estate of Abraham it Joey died Cincinnati. Zust 15, 1826 �?47-41_ William Webber mattea8s maker on the North Side of lower Market Street year Broad Way a now on hand and continues to make mattresses of every size to of Tiefu of toe Best material Ami will he Happy Toree Eive order from Gerchar to Steamboat own Era or others for Artielee in his line which shall be Pune tally delivered agreeable to order. Feb. 16, 1826. ,. 106 3 nos. 1,2 and 3 Mackerel 20 a a to liners 0& re bags Coffee 100 kegs Juniatta nails 120 Pittsburgh and Lexington White Lead 2 tons bar and pig Lead to bags shot 20 bids. Copperas 20 new Orlean sugar 100 bbl. Mess and prime. Pork inf ocl Salt 300 bbl. Ken Hawa Salt i ton Salt Peter 25 bbl. Rosin 2000 la Spanish. Sote leather �?T20 do Tipper leather cast English Blister Shear and american steel Spencer Cooper amp cons and roman powder madder rustic logwood Etc. Amp a. Cin. Aug. In 1826. 131 tin plate. 160 boxes Tzyy plate Pont Pool fit co a find 1-3 x just received and for Rale by Lawrence amp Butler no. 2, Nobles Row. Cin. July 20, 1820. �28 just published and for Sale at the subscriber office in Columbus thu Ohio g eighth edition considerably enlarged and corrected Down to the present time it contain. About 230 pages and will he furnished put up in Blue or Marble paper and neatly tried at 5�o cents per copy and. Welt bound and lettered with a. Small map of the state a one Dollar. This edition contains a general description of the1 Ohio canal together with a statistical Toble of the various kinds of property and toe valuation thereof in. Quot the several counties Rew pet vely beside much other new and useful matter. A Complete table of All the Post offices in the state and. Aim of the newspapers published is also added in the appendix which will a a peculiarly convenient to postmasters and. He others interested to these objects. . Columbus june 7, 1826. L32-6t Cincinnati Steak kill. F i Falls. Establishment being now completely 1 repaired and in operation Farmers Are informed that the highest Price be paid them in Cash for Good Merchantable wheat weighing 0� lbs. To the Bushel on. Delivery at said Mill. The Mill is also read Rod to on rec Eirp any Quantity of wheat to be grou shares on toe most favourable terms. Corn and Rye wanted for which Cash will be Given. Abo a few Hundred Well seasoned flour barrels wanted. The citizens in general Are respectfully acquainted that they can now be supplied b Tail with superfine flour Corn meal jilt shorts and bran at any boor of the Day it calling at toe retail room where a. Person i be in regular attendance. R. Mcculloch Jet a. Cin. August 24� 1826. 133�?tl hardware cutlery a. The subscribers have just received an addition. To their former Stock of hardware which they Quot offer for Sale on. Reasonable terms among which Are a vices butt. Hinge hand pc pannel. Saw Mill Cut amp pit saws Wilson a shoe and Butcher knives cams cart. Steal fir. Mer chattels of a a millwright do. American Blister cast Shear is Crowley steel parliament hinges h. K he. Do. Brass plated squares bras. Plated spoke1 shares double refined Spring steel saw him flings st sons Sil of ver Eye Needles avow thousand first Gars and a lot a Abby Spanish cd Wemm. A fruit 24, 1 st Quaty l of mahogany i cow Al 120, he k up. A ii by Straw bonnets. Cases Straw bonnets very a Quality for Sale by the Caw of John by inbox pc Ca in Eric dozen. August 10, 1826. No. 6, Row. 50 Grove Bonnet to a Jeus a nil a few Hundred to Uius of Book Fra boards ail received from Mill grew a Wilson pc cd. �31,18 August 31, 1826, 3 pm Irma

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