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Western Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - March 3, 1837, Cincinnati, OhioMarch 3, 1837. Western Christian advocate. Persons were disposed had the Power to compel. Yet we acknowledge we spoke with Confidence and firm Assurance in our own mind. We knew there were Many thousand loved god and because they did they loved All Mankind also and among the rest the human family the poor ignorant Sioux. It was morally Impo Nible that such a Good spirit within reach too ample Means would permit such a blessed project As the redemption the missionary to go unheeded. In tins paper we use the prophetic style and say Thompson will be redeemed. This is a certain result the Means in operation. Those whose heart god has to inched ought to do something immediately because unless they come Forward at once they will have no Opportunity As the work we Are confident will soon be done. We publish Kome communications which we have received this week 011 this topic. The news they contain will Gladden the hearts our readers As they have already rejoiced our spirits. Rev. Allen Wiley writes As follows a but to do Good. And to communicate forget not for with such sacrifices god is Well pleased a a hebrews Xiii 1c. Last Sabbath evening at the close Public service the Case James Thompson the intended missionary Aid and interpreter to the indians our Western Borders was brought before the congregation in the methodist meeting House in new Albany without any previous notice. A few remarks were made and the several items 111 the Western Christian advocate february 17th, concerning him were read. Or. S. E. Leonard then proposed to be one Twenty would give five dollars each whereupon the following masons came Forward and paid that amount see contributions i be length the meeting caused some restlessness towards the last in the congregation a Public collection would have been taken up and it is believed that fifty dollars would have been raised in that Way. When however it is considered that this town did not exist a very few years ago it is believed it has contributed ail ample share the twelve Hundred dollars demanded for the Liberty James Thompson. Allen Wilky new Albany iii., feb. 22, 1837. Rev z. Connell says a the work can be 4one a it must be done it will be True brother Connell and we will gladly publish the foil. My from your encouraging pen a work while it is messes. Wrig Jit and Swormstedt a this d l v,.after brother Cheney had preached and read tie general rules at Union Chapel our circuit i presented in behalf the missionary cause among the Sioux indians the Case James Thompson to the society. After stating the Case at some length 1 read from the last number Nothe Western Christian advocate brother j. F. Wright s communication with the extracts from Rev. A. Brunson a letter and As the result this one Elbrt from one society i herewith Send you $28 for Tho Purchase James Thompson to be a missionary to the perishing red men the a far West. Suva by this work can be done it must be done it will be done. Let each circuit and station in the Ohio conference do what new Richmond circuit has done and will do and ten such objects can he effected. You will soon hear from us again. Yours &e., z. Connell. February 23, 1837. I believe Stroud. Sary sum to liberate James Thompson it will be done. Tours in love a. B. New Haven o., feb. 22,1837. Another yet must be heard. It is brother Simmons. And some one whose heart god has warmed with his love wishes to say a few words. Hear both. Bar Brethren a last evening part my family being present the conversation turned the Purchase James Thompson. I took up the advocate the l�?~17th number and read your remarks with an extract from a. Brunson and it was moved by some the family that we should immediately cast in our mite. We however deferred the matter till after family Pra by when we again resumed the subject with increased in to inmates the family joining As heartily As the rest and the result is the enclosed $20. Tours affectionately j. Simmons sen. February 22, 1887. 179 let our Brethren read the following from brother Thompson and then say whether our confident language May be deemed presumptive while there Are such families As his in our land and in the Church a a whatsoever thy hand find eth to do do it with thy might so Solomon. Rev. And dear Brethren a while i read the Strong and eloquent language brother a. Brunson in regard to the situation James Thompson and the Sioux indians i feel As if the words Solomon ought to be and shall be the Rule my conduct. �?o1 stand Here says . Brunson Between the living and the dead thousands perishing one Side in the a Valley and Shadow death a and tin other abundant Means Relief. I have raised my hand to grasp the instrument Relief but it is stayed by circumstances 1 cannot control the want Moneyp enclosed i Send through you to the treasurer the missionary society the methodist episcopal Church $120, to assist in securing the Freedom James Thompson that lie May space div go and May the Blessing heaven a com my him to preacly the Gosiel to Sioux ind ans elsewhere. The above sum $120, will constitute myself and family life members the missionary society the methodist Epis ocal Church and we desire that it he so understood. The names at a Jesse Thompson and mrs. Ann Thompson our children Viz Cuthbert Landreth Thompson John Wesley Thompson Martha Ann Thompson and Enoch George Thompson. Miss Martha Lan Dreth also mrs. Thompsons sister sends $20 a for the same purpose As above and to constitute herself t life member the missionary society the methodist episcopal Church. Jesse Thompson. Olive Branch Clermont co., o., feb. 21,1837. Let brother Stroud confirm the whole so that there Mav be no room to dispute the declaration Thompson will be redeemed. Messes. Tircht and Swormstedt a to the Call brother Brunson new Hayen circuit has responded not in word Only but in deed. When a read the last Appeal brother Brunson i resolved to make an Effort. Accordingly Sabbath last after preaching in new Haven i requested the congregation to Tarry a few minutes longer when All quietly resumed their seats not knowing what was to follow. I made h few remarks and read the extract from brother brunson�?T8 letter prefaced and closed by brother Wright. It Only remained for me to conduct the missionary fire thus kindled from the heart to the purse which was done by calling Ujj the Man to announce Rev. Sirs a being present the occasion above mentioned permit me to add that the missionary cause is one intense interest and lies near the hearts multiplied thousands. And perhaps none Are More willing to Render assistance than the female part Community they can and do exert a powerful influence. Just let them get hold such an Appeal As the one above referred to and their eyes will begin to sparkle manifesting a Zeal highly worthy imitation. Yes sirs if we mistake not there is missionary fire enough burning in the bosoms the fair sex even in your City to prompt them to Means that would at once break the Fetters Thompson open the door his prison House Send him the embraces his bosom companion and elevate him to a missionary the Cross Christ. But sirs it is not necessary that such an act it enc Volence should be confined to one City much Ess to one sex when there Are thousands in other cities and in the country and country villages that Are willing to Bear their part and the Only matter astonishment is that they have so Long delayed to Send in their contributions. However j fancy it is forthcoming and will be rapidly Amie the wings each returning mail and other Means till it is emphatically say a Thompson is red remd. And while the Lee s the other Side the Rocky mountains Are most Rumen i Al in the hand god righting up the head and heart the Flathead indians Thompson will interpret the glorious plan salvation to the Sioux tribe and every soul converted will raise a shout in heaven and Wreath a Laurel that will add to the Beauty the Crown that will he placed upon the head each instrument that proves faithful in the great Day rejoicing. Respectfully r. $10 00 5 00 5 1 00 00 500 00 i 00 23 85 friends Jesus and the red to Weir names and the sum they were willing to give toward libera Tibig via tires Thompson that he May accompany the missionary As a second Channel through which the water life might find its Way to the hearts Aud consciences those Are a perishing for Lack and Here let me say i saw a practical illustration the doctrine contained in the words St. James a show me thy Faith without thy works and 1 will show you my Faith by my i was truly gratified at the result. New Haven is a Small Village containing probably thirty families f rom these and others worship in the Church in this place i obtained $70. Some contributed were not members the Church. 1 Harrison at night endeavoured to preach , i pursued the Saine course and though our society Here is much smaller than at new Haven yet die Brethren came up to our help with True Zeal alter this a visited several were not in attendance Sabbath and the whole amount collected is $91,50, which you will find enclosed. 1 cannot indulge the idea letting this opening door Providence close for want the Neces 23 18 1 10 2 1 65 93 00 00 00 00 80 73 00 4 90 5 20 00 00 2 50 13 5 from the chri8tian advocate and journal. The treasurer the missionary society the methodist episcopal Church acknowledges it receipt the following sums from dec. 20th to feb. 11/a. A a a liquid a for s. American miss. Allen Street s. S. Association n. Y., by d. Boughton from a a brother a by John w. Hancock Levi Olmsteed by d. Starks Young menus foreign missionary society new England by b. H. Barnes for South american Mission Jane j. Roumer the result . Her Penny and six Penny earnings for sometime past to be appropriated to the Liberia Mission by Rev. G. D. Sutton collection at a missionary meeting at West farms 18th inst., 20 which to make Rev. E. Oldrin a life member the society dutchess ct., by Rev. Foss 20 which to constitute Rev. John Reynolds a life member from l. S. Burling acc. Secretary . Berger by j. M. Howe from t. Greathead e. Morgan by Rev. D. Dorchester Rev. A. Lea n. Georgia con. Miss. Society by w. J. Parks to. 1775 Jonesville Young men a miss. Society auxiliary to Troy con. Miss. Society by r. Kennedy Sec. Avails a missionary Box Halfmoon circuit by do. Children in Marshfield mass for Flathead indians by Rev. W. Ragsdale through . Brown Boston Rev. G. Coles s. P. Chappel Williamson n. Y., by Rev. R. Harrington a new years offering from a female school Brooklyn l. I., by s. Ii. Mrs. Young by Rev. S. Stiles a Friend by do. T. Wilson by Rev. F. Reed juvenile missionary society Bedford Street Church n. Y., to redeem their pledge Given at the sing sing Camp meeting in behalf the Liberia Mission female missionary society the mid Berry Street Chapel by miss Mary e. Bangs Rev. N. Nelson d. Lee c. Lee s. Mills j. Potter s. Pulley Sophia Edgarton r. Odbert each 1, m. Pets Luna Doty each 50 ., a. 10 ., by Rev. P. P. Harrower a a Friend to the Church a 25, Sylvia Whitney to constitute her a life member 20, j. Adams for s. America 5, by Rev. N. Salsbury j. Vanderveen for Liberia Oregon s. America and Green Bay missions 5 each by Rev. A. Champlin a new year a for african Mission Rev. J. Monroe annual family offering contribution at the monthly missionary prayer meeting Cazenovia by Rev. 2 paddock j. Thayman by Wright amp Swormstedt mrs. M. Maharry do do from Columbus ga., for Liberia Mission to to applied for the education a boy named by Rev. Or. Barton from a few friends in Wheeling va., to constitute Rev. W. Browning and his lady mrs. Phebe Browning life members by j. List j. List to constitute his Eugeni us list a life member t. H. Harvey _ m. Hunt deceased by Rev. P. R. Brown sundry individuals Flushing l. Uto constitute to Weir pastor rct.4. L. Gilder a life member a family Christmas offering to the lord by r. S. Reynolds j. Wright to furnish bibles for South America cat Ionatana missionary station where it is needed by Rev. T. K. Catlett Alabama conference miss. Society by e. Hoarn tr., Cash per draft 600, in drafts miss. Society 165 mrs. Ann Lyon Oswego for the Oregon Mission by w. W. Nind Cumberland station balt con., by Rev. P. D. Lipscomb Public collection 6.37, Mary Hoye Foi missions to the coloured people at the South 3 a a Wye Ohio con. Miss. Society through Reeves amp my lean 2,400 interest do. 12 Days 3.26 from recording Secretary new York Jan. 31, for Mission to China from a few neighbouring friends do. From Little girls in a class in Sabbath school for Oregon Mission a Friend to the missionary cause by j. M. Smith an old Goshen methodist Effingham Geo., by Rev. L. Myers the following by c. Hardy . And miss Swift 3, mrs. Snead 1, mrs. Groves 1, miss m. Alston 2, Rev. N. Ousley 1, mrs. E. Hardy 10, c. Hardy 2 Charles West Rev. N. Bangs foundry station Aux. Society Washington d. C., by c. W. Bottor to. Franklin circuit Ohio conference Siew ears gift for foreign missions by Rev. J. Hill / g. S. Binkley to make himself a life member by Rev. B. Ellis per Wright and Swormstedt. Northville congregation in behalf the Plymouth circuit missionary society Ohio conference by Rev. Win. Herr per do. Rev. G. W. Fagg for Liberia Mission per do. Win. V. Burney Alfred Stevens for s. American Mission by Rev. R. Ii Argrave a a sincere Friend the benevolent institutions the m. E. Church a by Rev. M. Seager h. Hughes by Rev. R. Clark e. N. Hyde widows mite by Rev. K. True a win. Steward and wife 5, j. Welsh and wife 5, judge Breden 2, win. Hamilton 2, John Tiow 2, g. Vav. Smith Esq. 1, Charles c. Sullivan Esq. A g. Potts Esq. .50, Deborah t. Morgan .25, m. Llain Bee .25, Mary Ann Hamilton .25, Betty allow .25, mrs. Sullivan .25, Eliza Morgan .25�?rto constitute Rev. W. Henderson a life member win. Savage Ohio conference missionary society by Rev. Z. Connell tr., through Wright amp Swormstedt Bedford ct., n. York con., by Rev. A. F. Silleck a a Friend to the cause missions a Halfmoon ct., Troy con. South Carolina con. Njo a a a it Afy society by Joseph Imenes treasurer Viz Cash 86 75 drafts the "treas., for missions in the Bounds the conference 3,575 00 10 00 705 00 10 00 9 37 50 00 2,403 26 20 93 10 00 2 00 5 00 10 00 20 00 6 00 25 00 500 00 20 00 20 00 15 00 10 00 20 00 5 00 50 00 5 00 2 00 20 00 1 00 300 00 17 97 100 00 3,661 75 Rev. We. Hunter Forsyth Street Sabbath school association by w. H. Halstead to constitute mrs. Smith wife the Rev. D. Smith their pastor a life member 44 20 00 be examined and trim out any branches that appear As though if left in might Cross crowd the main branches the head the tree and looking at it a judgment must not Only be formed from present appearance but How it would appear three four years to come for if a limb should be left for that length time and afterwards have to be Cut out would be a great loss Nutriment that would otherwise have gone into the main branches and would have made the tree that much larger also trim off All the branches that hang too Low aught to be Cut to make the tree balance Arif much the Nutriment the tree will be saved by trimming off All the superfluous sprouts Spring growth Early in june with the additional advantage preventing a recurrence them As the wounds would immediately heal Over and would very much diminish the Winter Spring trimming. A Young Orchard May safely be trimmed any time during the Winter when the proprietor can attend to it Best especially if done at least annually thereby rendering the amputation Large limbs unnecessary. A flesh soil aspect Sec., lands that will produce Good crops Indian Corn will produce Good crops apples whilst Sandy land stiff Clay and wet land is unfavourable As the Apple blooms late in the Spring. The aspect is less account than for most other fruits a however if protracted by native Woods plantations the North and West would be the Means ripening the fruit with a higher flavor and being protected from High winds would net be so subject to have the fruit blown Down. To make an Orchard productive it must be kept Rich especially after it commences bearing. Pear Trees whilst Young require nearly the same treatment and same soil As recommended for the apples but As our climate is rather warm for this valuable fruit which in Rich ground and under Good culture frequently grows too rapidly producing soft spongy Wood and in my opinion renders the tree less capable withstanding the various changes our warmest months and hence impart the cause the disease called the fire blight. To counteract the effects our climate 1 would recommend planting in a cold northeastern aspect defended by lofty Trees the Southwest at a sufficient distance to prevent the roots Roin Corning into collision with the Pear. And after the tree has put out buds head it Down to the lowest eyes buds and once a year shorten the main branches in March Early in june in order to prevent the tree from towering High in other respects trim sparingly leaving limbs sufficient to absorb the superfluous sap that would be sent up by tie roots the tree which Lias not been docked like the top by which Means the tree becomes Strong the Wood firm Short jointed and Hardy and before the tree Inay be expected to commence bearing fruit set the land in grass under them not to he mowed but he left the ground during the hot months to keep it it should it happen that after All the Ahr it care has been taken a limb should he attacked by fire blight which May a a Tofily be perceived by the leaves ch�"6m8 color immediately such a a Tovery proceed to amputate the diseased limb cutting a few inches below the diseased part As the Only Way to prevent a further spread the Case pare off the Edge and cover the wound with soft cow dung Brown paint if nothing better is Handy. Robert Sinclair. To be continued Public land which together with what he now buys would exceed two sections. He must then pay the Money whereupon he gets a receipt for it from the receiver with the consent the Regis Ter endorsed it. 2. Within five years from the a e his receipt he must prove to the satisfaction the Register and receiver by the oaths two competent and disinterested witnesses that he has erected a dwelling House the land and cleared and cultivated at least one tenth it that to has resided it one year the five. He May then get his Patent. If he fails in this proof he forfeits the Purchase Money. If he Dies within the five years and his death shall be proved within six years from the Date the receipt the Patent is still to Issue. Any Sale lease mortgage contract for Sale ate., before the Patent is void. 3. Preemption is allowed proof As above that the applicant has actually occupied and resided any tract the Public land before the 1st cd december 1836, and has cultivated any part it within the year 1836. There Are several guards to this Section the Bill to cover reserved tract Lead mines ate., lands to which the Indian title has not been extinguished and lands beyond the Bounds the states and owner a farm May enter any adjoining land subject to private entry not exceeding one Section. An affidavit is required that the land is sought to enlarge his farm and not for speculation ate., and the whole must not exceed two sections. 5. A Parent being a citizen the United states May enter land for his children but not Over two sections in aft and no Patent to come till the child becomes age. 6. Purchases May be made in Quarter Quarter sections but no one shall enter More than four Quarter Quarter sections not contiguous. All land to be taxable by state authority from the Day Purchase. 7. The Law to continue to the 30th june 1840.�?lb. Foreign . Clay from the select committee to whom were referred the address and memorial certain foreign authors praying the Security copy right in this country to to Weir productions made a report which was read and motion . Preston 1,000 extra copies the report were ordered to he printed. Or. Clay Iron the same committee also reported a Bill extending to foreign authors the benefits the copy right Law 1831. Read and ordered to a second . Int. New Power printing . A. 8. Grenville Cambridge mass., has invented a new Power press which is highly spoken by the Craft in Boston. The evening Gazette says the impression is Given by a multiplied Carn Nowery two forms giving an impression at once. Moth sides a Sheet Are printed before it a Unes out the press and the machine in exceedingly compact and elegantly built and requires the application less Power than any other we have seen. The motion the wheel is vary even the labourer turns it. Scarcely noticing a difference Between the impression a a Maine Wes. Jour. . William Johnson the conductor the White water Cotton factory was drowned Friday evening feb. 10, in the West Fork Hite water about one mile above this place. He left town Between 5 and 6 clock in the evening and was not found until sunday morning. It is supposed he either Rode into the River to Wash the mud off his horse Aud to water him and got in where it was too deep that his horse fell off the Steep Bank which skirts the River in the neighbourhood we re lie was Indiana american. Died thursday the 23d february at his residence in Delhi township near this City . Peter Williams in the 68th year his age. Brother Williams was Long an acceptable and useful member the methodist episcopal Chorch. J. F. Wright 4 i. Swormstedt acknowledge the receipt the following contributions to the missionary society in answer to the Call Rev. 4. Brunson to procure the Freedom James Thompson a coloured Man designed to Aid in a Misti a to the Sioux indians for the week ending feb. 27 . Shinn $3. From a lady in Newport Ivy. 3. Mrs. Joseph Jones 1. Ann Wallace 1. Mrs. G. H. Handers 1. M. L. Mcelfresh .50. Mrs. John Jones 1. Friend .50. Mary Warren .50. Jarutha Perrin 1, mrs. Irvin .50. A Friend .25. Do. .50. Do. .50. Do. .25. Do. .25. Do. .50. Do. .25. A Jane Winters 1. Hannah Stewart 1. D. H. Shaffer .50. Jane Shaffer .50. Ellen Robinson .50. Martha Gibson 1. Mrs. Moses Burt 1. Richard Ashcroft 3. A Friend 2. A Friend 1. A Friend 1. Wilson Giffin 1, j. D. My Kee i Evan James 1, Mary Lorain 1, Ellen r. Lorain .50, Louisa a. Lorain .50, n. S. Armstrong 1, Elizabeth Suttres 1, j. B. Price i Samuel Earhart 1, Joseph Day .50, Priscilla Capheart .50, win., Flinn 1, lot Losh 1, Jacob Parker 1, Charles Langdon 1, Henry c. Fisk 1, r. Magness 1, Catharine Magness .50, Samuel Kitchel .50, Judith Kitchel .50, j. W. Langdon i Eliza Langdon .50, David 8. Nash 1, John Muchmore 1, Peter Conover .50, we. Guard 1, two friends 1�?by Wilson git Fin. T. J. Morris 1, e. 8inks 1�?by 4�?T. J. Morris. E. Holmes 2. Rev. Jesse Thompson 20, mrs. Ann Thompson 20, Cuthbert Landreth Thompson 20, Enoch George Thompson 20, John Wesley Thompson 20, Martha Alin Thompson 20, miss Martha Landreth 20, James . Gudgeon 5, Joseph my con Nell 1, Eli 8tratten 1, Daniel c. Bryan 1�?by Rev. Jesse Thompson. Collection at Union Chapel new Richmond ct., Con. 28�?by Rev. Z. Connell. Or. 8. E. Leonard it Robert Downey 5, Peter Story 5, Jefferson Conner 5, Rev e. R. Ames 5, Peyton a. Key 5, Horace h. Barnes 5, win. Justice 5, Thomas Senia 5, a Friend 5, Madison 8wifi 5, Edward Brown sen. 5, . H. L. Ross 5, mrs. Margaret Wiley 5. Amos Rhodes 5, Jshii Evans 5, Rev. Z. Games 5, Joseph a. Moffet 5, Samuel Beeler a 5, Matthew Robinson c. Shivelyjr. 2.50, 25 00 55 10 00 10 00 96 50 9 10 50 00 20 5 6 00 00 00 6 47 5 00 5 00 10 00 40 00 20 00 9 00 2 00 20 00 5 00 3 00 i a. J. Wright to Supply bibles for Afri. Can Mission from w. Chew by Rev. W. Hank mrs. M. J. Chew by do. Mrs. Sarah Hoff by Rev. Jos. A Halle r. Bib sen. 4 a a Mother in Israel a White Plains District by Rev. W. Jewett Darlington female missionary society to be appropriated to the cause de 00 00 00 50 20 00 50 00 contributions to the publishing fund the Bible tract and sunday school societies the m. E. Church from nov. 21 St to Jan. 26th. James w. Finch n. $5 00 a. F. Waller1 20 miss Maria Hitt Vincennes Indiana by the Book committee 10 00 Cokesbury circuit South Carolina con. Bible tract and sunday school society by t. W. Williams 62 50 Cypress circuit s. Con., by w. Mel lard tr., through Rev. J. 11. Massey 8 50 w. Williams 98 Santee circuit s. Con., by Rev. J. H. Wheeler by Book committee 40.62, Montgomery by Rev. D. Derrick 2, Black swamp by Rev. M. Tui routine 99.50, Cypress by Rev. T. L. Young 8.50 150 62 a 50 00 general intelligence. Foreign. proclamation has been issued by president Houston dated Columbia january 9, 1837, in which he states that in consequence various persons having received Money in the United states under pretext being agents thereof in order to prevent such impositions upon the friends Texas in the United states he does therefore revoke All Power authority claimed by such persons under the late government and interim unless the same has been recognized in writing and nonesuch whatever shall receive goods Money arc., in the. Name Texas unless authorized by the present . Int. A letter from Buenos Ayres nov. Lluli. Received in Boston states that an armistice four months in Jespen hence i 1 a a crease the population to had been agreed Between Chih and Peru to 50. Exclusive a the army Settle their difficulties. Intemperance parricide Phoebe. Howell an aged woman residing near Wilmington n. C., was murdered in tie most brutal manner the 3d inst., by her own son. The deed was perpetrated by beating the deceased with a Brick. After the consummation his fiendish purpose Howell was found standing the breast the mangled Corpse with a pipe in his Mouth and kicking her face with the Heel his Boot. Liquor is said to have been the inciting cause. 1�?The murderer escaped and has not since been heard . Summary. Population population Texas As Given by . H. Moffit in his correspondence with the Secretary state is 59,000, which 30,000 Are Anglo americans from the United states 3500 native mexicans Spanish descent 12,000 indians and 5000 negroes. The additional territory claimed since the declaration a professorship the Irish language is to be established in Trinity College Dublin for the Benefit Young clergymen the established Church. Farmers the Farmer and Gardener. A observations. Relating to the culture fruit Trees. Continued. To promote the will be proper Early in the Spring to examine such Trees As have been planted the preceding fall to ascertain whether the High winds which prevail about the Lime the breaking up the Frost May have shaken them Loose if Titis should be the Case it will be Best to have the ground trod firmly around the tree again As the shaking will be Likely to destroy the tender roots As fast As they Are put Forth and course the tree must perish. In order to make fruit Trees Thrifty and come Early into a bearing state the ground about the Trees ought to be constantly kept Mellow and neither weeds grass crops permitted to grow Over the Trees roots and a very great improvement in the growth and appearance the Trees would be made if a Small dressing manure was annually in the fall spread a around where the ends the roots May have arrived at and have it immediately dug in and tire Young Trees always thrive beat when the land amongst them is constantly kept under tillage. The following crops May be raised very suitably among them provided every every other crop is manured potatoes pumpkins Beans and others vegetables wheat Rye Oats exclusive the army 2200, there Are �5000 Able bodied Farmers which in an emergency would furnish 3000 their number. Relative duration brass and a late London paper states that the Cannon now lying at the Tower which were formerly sunk died the 12th inst., at Birmingham the Rev. With the Royal George in 1762, those made Cait Thomas Kulk Wesleyan methodist preacher j Iron Are so entirely changed that they pay be for several years he had been deprived sight easily Cut with a knife and Bear a great reset and latterly his bodily and mental vigor had in t Blanco to plumbago while the other hand Dorgone a very painful prostration. He died a the brass guns Are hardly deteriorated in tiie least patently without a struggle in the 69th year degree by their Long exposure to the Saltwater. His age and the 48th his ministry. It will form an useful inquiry for Chiu lists to de t 4. D at Ermine How this singular change in the Iron i the 13th inst., the Rev. Him Eon. During i j a the last week More his removal had been daily expected but he continued sensible with Only occasional suffering till within a Day his death. I he was in his 78th year and had been minister Trinity Church Cambridge fifty four record. Another attempt has been made to assassinate the King the French dec. 26, while his Way to the French parliament. The Assassin s name is Meunier. He is the son a Carriage maker residing at la Villette a suburb Paris the St. Denis Road. The pistol which he made use contained either two balls which one was divided into two else one Ball Cut into three. After entering the Side window the Carriage a fragment the Ball went through the front window immediately behind the Coachman. Another frag ment entered the Cushion and was found there not two inches from where the due de Joinville was sitting. The lantern to the left the Coachman was also broken whether by a third Ball a fragment whether by the one that traversed the front window is not certain. Produced. We regret to learn that the dwelling House . Wise representative in Congress from Virginia was destroyed by fire a few Days ago. His lady was from Home Vonen the fire broke out. And returning found her House in flames. Home the furniture was saved but every paper every description with his Library was destroyed. Nothing . Int. The extensive destruction flour by the mob in new York Lias had the natural effect raising the Price All that remains in Market for Sale. It is stated that the Price has advanced half a Dollar a barrel since the . Int. Have your Coal philadelphian has been observing the subject has remarked in relation to the very common neglect j to sift the unconsumed Coal from the ashes that .33 per cent the Cual purchased in that City was thrown away. The commercial Herald Esti a mates this waste in that City at $200,000 per annul if even twelve and a half per cent the Coal is thrown away. What a pleasant thing it is to sit Down by a nue Good fire a Winters evening and read a Redig dome cd u a. N r. Mus newspaper say it you please Zion s Herald from the Creek country. Copy a letter Juliis keen paid for in Advance. A a word a from a Volunteer against the Creek indians to ins amp a Lions Herald. Brother in Columbus Geo., dated 1 Tuskegee t be. 8 185j7. Amp a Channing says that a the office editor is a a dear brother a we Are now at this place one solemn responsibility and the Community near i with about 140 men joined us not far should encourage the most gifted and virtuous below Here. Major Jernigan first joined before men to assume it by liberally recompense no their and Clover Are considered injurious to the newly we arrived Here and with our companies we i labor and by according to them that Freedom planted Orchard. In order to destroy insects and took 87 indians and 73 stands arms but by the increase the Thrift Ness the Trees prepare a j death one mrs. Elizabeth Garretson 2, Joseph r. Ross 3, Geo Southwick 1, sundry persons 1.19, Geo. Cheatie 1, we Loyd .50, m re. Margaret Spaulding 1�?-bv Rev. Allen Wiley. James 8iinmon> sen.�5, Hagali Simmone 1, Hubert h. A Mary Nichols 1, Leonard c. 8m,Nons 5, Eleanor Simmone 1, Philip Davis 1, Jemima Happ 1�?by James Simmons Sery. J. Robertson 1, h. Robertson 1, j. D. Robertson 1, Rev. B. Willey 1, p. Smith i mrs. E. Hawk i win. Riddle .�50, p. Buttorff 50, s. Prather .25, Rev. Win. V. Danieljr by Rev. We. V. Daniel. A where away 1. Sundry persons 8�? by Rev. L. W. Berry. Rev. Adam hellers 5, Joseph Sprague 3, Lewis w. Smallwood 3, a Friend 1, a Friend 1�?by Rev. A. Sellers. Ann e. Russell 1. Mrs. E. B. Smith 3.1 Robert Blackburn 3, Isaac Ball 2, w Esley Thompson 1, Joseph my grow 1, John Cummins 1, Lathan s. Bartlett 5, Tull 1, John Linegar 1, we. Hand 2, Urius d. Clarice 1, Josiah 1�?T. Smith 1, John w. Hardy 1, Alexander p. Cavender 1, Peter f. Crisman 1, John Carter 3, Peter Raney 1, Lavina Hudson 1, Elizabeth Crisman 1, Belvey line Jar .50, Harriet chaise 1, Catharine Crisman 1, Nancy Bartlett 1, Mary Jane Vanausdale 1, Eliza hand 1, Adam Cummin 1, Badiali Ellis 1, Joseph Tii Ospon a Shumel r. Pierce 5, we. Sim Erson 1.50, Rev. James Comstock 5, Mary Comstock 1, Nancy Smith 1, James Cummins 1, Eliza Hayden 1, John d. Hayden 4, Sarah Hayden 1, Thomas Makin 5, Rev. Joab Comstock 5,. John Hamer 5, Benjamin Green 5, George a Bowlsby 3, we. Keen 2, John h. Bowlsby 1, Rev. Henry Liu Colu 1, Harrison left 1, Cash 1, a. B. Stroud 3, Abner toph .50, James toph .25, Robert Gibbs .25, Elizabeth Wright .25, Rosana Baughman .25, Elizabeth toph .25, Charlotte Lacey .25, Elizabeth Patterson .50�?by Rev. A. B. Stroud. Chapman 1, win. Boyce 1, we. Tingley 5, a. F. Hanna 3, it. Hanna 3, . M. W in suit 3, g. Craig 3, win. Sharp 2, j. Mahood i j. Scott Esq. 1, James Miller .50, w. Tipton .25, r. Lyons .53, Cash .50, r. Be w. Welsh 1, to. W. Ben net .50, s. Slim Mous .50, j. Scote .50, j. S. Hull .50, my Reynolds Brotherson 1, j. S. Lacey i c. Dewey Esq. 1, j. Olmsted 5, j. Meek .25, Hon. T. Bingham 5, . We. Johnson 1, Cash 1, Rev. J. Taylor 5, Rev. J. Drummond 5�?by Rev. Messes. Taylor a Drummond. J. W. Godeeu a we. Leman 5. A a by 2. Rev. E. Ii. Field 1. Collection at Manchester 20, do. At Elizabeth 10.86, do. At Linington 2.121, Thomas m. Williams 4, Samuel Price 1, Joanna Price 1, Joseph Price i David Siliane .50�?from Lawrenceburg ct., la. Con., by Rev. W. B. Ross. M. Ryan 2, j. W. Weekly 1, a. Argo .50, j. Williams 1, j. Moorin 1, t. Williamson 1, w. J. Lacock .93 we. Calhoun. 50, Rev. J. Cal noun 1, j. B. Kelly 1, we. Danson i Rev. W in. Price .50, Levi Moss .50, Samuel Williams .25, f. Herbert 1, Elizabeth w Illiamson 1, John Teakert .50, w in. Wood 1�?by Rev. R. Cheney. Total contributed to this Date $916 12. Cincinnati Hook concern. J. F. Wright l. Swormstedt acknowledge the receipt the following sum for the use the Cincinnati Book concern for the week ending february 27. A James Miller $3. Letters received during the week ending feb. 27. S. Casper a. H. Patterson s. A. Williams thought and speech without which no mind puts Indian Only. We expected a very i Forth All its vigor and which the highest iinds Wash for them As. Follows to 10 Gallons it Rong severe Battle but taking them so unexpectedly rank among their Dearest rights and suds add l-8th a Bushel Stone Lime and surrounding the big swamp near which they education . J. P. Campbell i be Miami Mil pow Dii Iii As will make the Ere encamped in such a Complete manner that >figjg8�ppi subscript one thousand dollars to l r a nip to work with ii the consequence was not worse than above stated. Education society tie Cumberland Preby Wash a proper consistence to work a he Genera Wellborn had left two Days before Wear Toenail a lurch. Who a Cal Ltd cum. Pre. Common White Wash Brush put it the bodies Rev eco Here fora scout Down the co wagged. The. And As High Oil the limbs As the Brush will work. In ians which we took were those fought census population Early in october Pritis the Best seasons to Wellborn and Are now All in jail Here. All will proves to be 7,581 increase during the past year Wash the Tress a White Wash composed Lime i be settled in two weeks but nut without severe j 543�?eagle. And water is Teri used to Good advantage but times. We intend to take All the indians prick calculating Cotenie Horary �6 not in Safe useful to the times As the above j pretend to be Friendly and place then under guard 8a�?z8 race a a a ways Oue the cheapest Artilo Llyl a i i Jan a u will if i 11 9u Uto anti t he m. Ltd c 1 v 1 a. A. 1 i a la tlia.1 it time especially where the Trees Are covered with a and the balance Nat int. To Cir a food and now it is no higher than usual i Iio withstanding flour is nearly double its common land Bill the Bill provides in substance Price. Nothing is so cheap in the present state 1. That no person shall be entitled to enter by prices As Rice and nothing is More lie Zitny entry at auction More than two sections More palatable. Rough bark and consequently receives too Large a share. Soft soap Potash prepared so As to he put with a Brush is better than either the above. Persons becoming washes the Public land and previous to entry to Pur the Beautiful Thrifty appearance. Chase must make and file with the Register and will cause the Trees to have As an i receiver the land District an affidavit that the j �ri1iir8ija� last by the Rev. James con touches will Seldom neglect having it one land8 Are bought to be purchased for his own use1 we Hev John w. Sullivan Connersville least once a year while the Trees Are Young de in tru8t for another nor for Sale specs. To juj8s amp Faey Ann Messic Rush stroking a Large Quantity insects eggs Andu Atlon. A cd that he ha8 Maie no contract written u. Makes the bark so smooth As but to afford a we Vertel to sell lease mortgage otherwise hiding places for them and at the same time in encumber the land any part it that he is at married by the Rev. Creases the growth the Trees Spring the Trees ought to least Twenty one years age and has not previously purchased entered under this act any the 29th september by w. Clerk . Gbo Boe Stephens to miss Elizabeth hate both Tuscarawas county D. Adams j. B. Bryan b. Roch b. Lehman s. We scr j. Laws 2subs.t. J. Morris s. Parker j. Andrews j. Hasty j. Vav. Young 10 subs. My Reynold he j. D. Holding 3 subs. County j. A. Brown j. G. Bruce j. Thompson it e. Pitts b. Laughton t. Becks r. Hargrave b. R. Johnson g. Fate at l. Verde a the concern loses it. R. Baldwin w. P. Jones 1 Subj. Hogan and others j. Hill w. Holman e. Whitten m. E. Rattan h. Vav. Reed 5subs.j. B. Wollard if you can procure u. S. Or new York paper Send direct to a the agents at n. If not Send to us. Wilson e. My Lver w. A. Davis l. W. Berry l. A. Spencer j. Armstrong 6 subs. Bartoio iome a. Dewitt i Subb. Phelps t. J. Brown 1 sub. The concern risks the books when the amount is Over $50, but not Money in payment for them. Connell . Carpenter i. My Jiroy j sub. Nothing received yet. Smith 1 sub. Your former letter receive cd the Coo units were sent to your predecessor has be made no books. Wiley k. Carr 1 sub. Books shipped last week. M. Dailey a. Robinson 2 subs. Simmons sen., j. Smith j. Johnson d. Vainwright w. Rowe c. Newsom 5 subs. Goodin h. B. Price g. G. Brooke 2 subs. D. Rice 2 subs. Thatcher 2 subs. Campbell 1 Subi. Owen 4 subs . Simmons 4 subs. Thy cannot be put up in one packet to go safely a l . Clart u us j. T. Bartlett 3 subs. N. Gluey in. T heat j do the Best you can in the Casem. Riel Jardack h. Howard . Hunt s. Crawford j. Ono dam h. Bens it a j. W. Goheen at . Leman w. V. Daniel 4 subs. J. 2d ended with no. 137taylor at Drummond j. Edwards 1 Subh. Baker . B. Luckey. To Tal 64 subscribers. Books forwarded during the week ending feb. 27. W. Rowe at d. T. Wainwright 1 boxy care . K. Church. W. Hibbing 1 Box care Terrell at Brothers Columbus la., and w. Dutton Madison s. B. Gen. Pike. F. E. Pitts 2 boxes pare Moore at Gillans Nashville j. J. Harrison 1 Box Lafayette ky., care Atkinson at clip Nowerth tobacco port by above 3 boxes per s. B. Shoal water. J. Hogan 7 boxes Alton 111.�?per s. B. Cavalier. E. H. Field i boxy per p. Lallance grahams station u. J. Edwards 1 Box Indianapolis per . Patterson \

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