The New-London gazette, and general advertiser
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Title: The New-London gazette, and general advertiser
Alternate title: New London gazette and general advertiser
New-London gazette & general advertiser
New London gazette
Portion of title: General advertiser
Alternate Title: New-London gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: S. Green
Place of Publication: New-London Conn
Creation Date: March 23, 1836
Publication Date: 1823-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- New London (Conn.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- New London County (Conn.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Connecticut -- New London -- New London
Coordinates: 41.354069 x -72.10104 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Available on microfilm from Connecticut Historical Society and Connecticut State Library.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 60, no. 3106 (May 21, 1823)-
Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1840.
General Note: Publisher: Samuel Green, <1824-1838>; John Jay Hyde, <1838>-1840.
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Preceded by: Connecticut gazette (New London, Conn. : 1805)
Succeeded by: New-London gazette & advertiser

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Te,evrndon Gazette &ren'lAderisA LIGHT & HORTON. of Boston, have ,LL persons indebtl to Edwin N. Bar- A SMAL. far c .faimc about 40 acre ls, P O Fresh B e PO
T !deery esmsd in press w and will shortly publish, lTh -;la her. or to his tassignees or for goods, yin hee abot aen OPOLst and endorsd wil TRUST IN GOD.
"rp- A ,ished every-W ednesday mori nng., a press a i h rey p b s Tnber. or to his dss needs, or forgoods, .yin in the town ofMontvile abo t oe and be received by the Assistant Commissa. ti RUnG IN d p OI.
Two Dollars a year, to single subscribers .ow Semaphoric Signal Book, i three ,old at auction by Thoinas P. Trott, eq. a half mile bs ofGales Ferry and Unas- V of Subsistence, at Fort Trumbull, Con- rust in God nd h will guard thee !
ad deduction is made where a number parts, coniuinmm the Marine Telegrapi tt the store recently occupied by said Bar- ville Cotton Factory. Sad Farm is suit- 'ntl 10 olc A or he 25th day o' hen the teandpest threaenwill g ward thee !
delivered togetLer. Those-ent by mail, t< Syste with its appendix; The United er, are requested to call at said stored in N. bly divide into plowland, rwin, pasu t. lt pply e 2th garrison wihl n t he tempest threaten, ward theess hour
hepaid forin advance. Incaseso'delihquen States' Telegraph vocabulary, and em rac Lon:on, and pay the same to the subscriber, and wood land, enced in small lots, %t -1_.priEF fror on,rr omnmencinig -I ewilllight thy lonely bowehor
subscribers, the paper will be continued a. mg the Holyhead Signals ; to iich is at ,ho is authoriz-d to collect.. The accounts stone' wil'and never failing water in r..t '... I o ay it-I,.-. beef to be of; .nd wl earight isrk and dreary,
the pleasure oft!he publisher. d .9xed The Harbor Signal Book. The uod notes ofthose who do not attend to this ofth lts. The house finished and corn, 'i il olesom i id when earte is dark and dgr-eary
Where the number of insertions desired, i whole adapted to the use of the Semnaphron :al,, wil in a few days be lodged with an nieit for ivie families,-ro;ther buildin ."i t. 1lpr.'. "' 'h c, arcte measuree pills, and life grows weary,
not nrted upon the copy ofbi andverti cre, .c Telegraph, and embodyin, 30.000 words. torney for collective. .. good repr being convenient for a iuer, 'anks to be excluded,) in sur quaniiie trength of more than oal might.
they will be continued till forid,and chareophrases and sentences, for conversation be- N. C. BARBER. Career or l right, bin. in the vicir s may be required for the Troops, not ex-treng more tan mortal ght.
acct rdiofy a nt .. -f m -, whr c vnta n te,,'eding twice ineach week, on such days t .
aym nt fohe le vets te-oen or comttnnicaityt nberof Is, where constant emhall be ditraed by the Assistant o. Prust in God The bleakest mountalta
peated; and interest will be charged whern tans to the shore ; together with the de I N J *E. ploy may hi heal. Said farm contains good misaary ofsubsistence-cood sureties will b ,B-ars within its breast a fountain,
e items of subscription are not complied signatinig numbers of the Holyheaid andt LL persons indetiii l to the subscriber by frlit trees in plenty. Terms f payment riir d to secur the fullci ofthe Con- lhere te worn and weary rover
the te m f s b coart T el rap System ;l, y John R b nrk or notet, a ntr orlupted to call and m ade easy. E n uiru ed to secure the fulfihnrnttof'the Co ,a ere the w orn ans t w early rover
with. Parker, Conductor of Teleariph, Boston tle the saime hy the it of March next (sp CALE LYN trct ay his failing strength recover.
Fe. 16. 70 a contracts exceed ) All having ca is W. W. MORRIS, very heart that -looks above,
S 100. pounds Live Geese feathers for ti ara rueste to piesehit il info [ r Aiss't. om. of Subsistence. Prus:s in God and sha-es his love,
S RevADAU &. 00() pounds Live Geese feathers for Payment. .' : A 7w7 is a fiiuntofhferhwever
17 HAva removed to the old Hllardware store which the highest price will be paid, by. JOSEPH LAWRENF. -- f Rough the channelof i ts river.
.b4ilt and occupied by Mr. Increase Wilson, CADY & BEN:wMIN. Feb. 2. 6) PROPOSALS will be received, until the am for ae. the h
and lately occupied by I."Learned, j"*..esq.15th ofFebruary next for the delivery at vaiH-tiber ofers thei
;whereathey offer tereestar bfew FOR OOD OR COAL. NOTICE. ith ofIbrr te dliry at aie a t r st n e thing
lory, Fan Gu pe e astd eHardStangic s Patent rotary Cooki tave. I rtn uea n 900 perecs of Gri 'e. --e.f 75 ncres.' Hopes, the br gfo test, oqetickli
lery, Fancy Goods, per.fumery a,. Hard Staeta's Patent rotary Cooig ', .. n honortnstesat d Jonasei'Hornn, -n_ 1 liCc o "ilive. e' ,. r o het tq
wi.re ,together withn e l- "tn. assortment of1 1 u1. ,ute sto v, e h o Horo i a s di olved Tle- -,,,i... mutbe split out with good i ,,i'. ., i ...,p...i ,o i 0r m ake it value Friends the trust early die .
ombst, brushes, ald ioue t- i hrn shir'h. .,"r'-1 .,-is, .iei"all.-jL.inustu-s e-s.t ym..- bythe di eas-,p of aiid Jons Horn T''he se d 'rtile d and sides ; they must be R'le, on .1 s-",* fL" ii irii bllrs Fii n d But when hopes and joys decay;
-.-Matrch 7.el i gret ieiestii undersized is prepared to discharge frable stones without sap, andti generally he, it i mder style h god re Friendand knded passawy
uaIeitstofIlroqui.esl is greatlylesse d.e hc rlly ,on, erriag- and ".ood houses, all n'e.w. with 'Trust in God I and he will be
(} 9EJW ^o is lsreatei excellece, huwe r is us tevRlv.c- existing ,clai:s against said tirm. and re- o a hirge size. A sample, which will b o c e-' t "ic' ni foil toll w*.Worh rt od bedhe w e
Itsgreatess am wai an qtuhtuct winich never fails to hb i,,c w nte ,, W north th e w world beside to thee.

STRTLAND & G RR E'PT, in top plate, byi meaus ol whirh any bnilenests all who ate indebted to said firm to referred to, in all inspections, may be seen to the door ani barn varri-all located wit
ag ju at returned from Ne'v, Yoet ymay be brought directly over thii fire, or reinu make payment to her as-.urvivinn, partner, at the l rit. lnhey are to oe eGehlvred onli one mile ofte U. easville, F'tory, and i Trust in God ,nd when to death
gavh a usticire.... seet of ovet i' fr"n t at plea."ure e .I, ti r labor and IJ)NOR STATES. one of the whafs at the Fort between the the immediate neigohorinhd of an oil mill. trt. st t anl a th be
wih a t. el t o ODf iauconvenience e lifting i,..- ... and on. Stonington, Feb. 22 72. est day of March, and he 31st (lay of De s,:v and g,ist mils, paint mills, Foundry. Yielest thou at last thy breath,
SALL~ ;tin .Rt GOO hese stoves arte as awel ainapted to coal as ember 1S3G. Fallinge mills, c tc. In fact it possess ., Angel-pinioned, thou wilt fly
a l a i Btass tient of Broad cloth.l, casi 0 w"'o he oily change ec"ssary to be 'i P op' Proposals will be received for any part oflerV sa v,.'itat. that in real estate can tiss lToHis mnansons in thesky;
res, aietts, Goat' al' ae s, to remove t e icks frothe OR RENT ON SARESth above quantity, not less than 50 perchs stat eig t ch er the lved and lst wll mee the !
am les, aFren en.., list ai.t,., r ,, i m- oal sl've, a.dyou have a perfect 'oo'l -"land meeting either C l e national, Ba)tist. There thy friend and God will greet, the !
1 an n etls t r aue l E ng l is h, a, t i .' lRr ,lto .. So a te of t h e s e s o f a b o u t t h ll Cite r ly i iu a b o u t e ..... ta olr. e tth d i t A lsit w o w odtl ,o t s lo ts-y t s i t F r e .e d f r omm s in f r o i s o r r o w f r e e d ,
J.i On es. Circa'sialis, Rose blankets ", "German it bio e.is c eit ihey t siv(bes are n ,oitw l lg re U ci l e o l rle _l 1, 'nerly f t th e ern < A ll comm unications, touchiner this m hjeer t iu o .. Aleo t .... -o in "i,0 're ,oui n, ,rb o ro in eed,
1is ar nd Ameri ca, flat e.Als,9Co-il "tailriund in every part of i the c r min bil l G te year, r ilia Ait'ru,, teiit. ,, to Iue addressed to Bievet Col. Joseph G. o, if oirl o ted, W ic h i i ne iel 'lou wilt tlet be hblet indeed.
a grat vaney of hicoes. Aso.-i i l ai.tosupercee every oti r kind tfc kin 1" ue I LLIsIA h as. Totten, U. S. Engineers. Newport, R. I. ti, to 0 cords per acre. All which the .ubscri-
--a asserimpntof irnoho, Sl by the sibtsribir the auihoiet G tu, Fe 1 9 J.GN G TUTTEN, Lt. Col. IInlrs. her will sell cheap, separate or together.- From the Portland Advertiser.,
raw silk,r d t, ribbons ngioves, edging," qutihiuiiga I Ve, So ld l. y tileIsr .b theautholize ,revet. i i ru,. terms naiie" e asy.
-tlkubat, bak an veitediu get of W. N. Staiity & Co. ,"-A THE 2 lower stories of the brick Brevi Col. Terms ma e asy. BROOKS'S LETTERS.
opin, 0 s 56 ".-b7, l. RlsinTCiolT. :. ': building corner of Mala & Court at Fort Aams, Newport tInrbor, R. I. JARED TURNER.
B.5 ) ?titl--iblacreif"mgo.& I .,, f .-N- ........ XLI. ,-.t .
3*1 'e B'. 5' ,' wit alar ietdry floored cellar under the same 71 January 15, 1836. M onlvIlle. Feti. *'. A ug.O LL
Farai jOi sal. ; H stub.cri els rerrfo?4s 'ie j arLe ofeforcd for sale. The building is built in THE tvtoryvdwelling house and larga BADEN, Aug. 2 15.
Tp farm'called the Taber farlm on the i 300 p,. men's thic r ppe. t.s,,ots the best maneri, .in conplte repair and an arlena, situated in Groton, on the eastern Now I will promise not to stray away
Taxtfaroalled the Taber fatrm onthea30oItitet'sthcit lien tsss.D eontadvertisementn ,.q e
great aeck in Waterford, containing about 150 do do sewed 'd excellent stand for business. Apply ont t !CfANN advertisement, in 1 79,.nppeared point f N. London harbor, opposite the -very far-pnd this commit such asin
180 acres, with a 'good house barn, corn 200 do do pegged shoes premise to E.CHESEBROUG. ntao n tonewspaper, request t e Lht Hose. The situation for h h and s Idid in my last See how well I
us &, on thto t day saile out of N. York ad New pleasannes is not surpassed in Conect- keep my promise I left my travelling
'mde easy. ther formation, apply to 1sn do boy's do pege.d boots .'Sil' London, to present themselves. The heir ofc Apply to. AVERY. tieds m Frankfort. One was not yet
SFor further formation, apply to Isaan 200 do do brogna discovered and
Thopsen, J.B. Guley.Esq. or A. Thatch 175 do do shoes UST rec, a l,e assortment of Fancry Leonard Vollu has been discovered ; and Groton, Marh 74 well, hther I like the better to tra
er. If not sold by the first of March next 150 do men's water proof bootf cane bottom.' asiflou, pti l, wooid so, wticmiAoninogd wihe said Leonard r el alone, r in company, is a question I
ht will be to let. Also my farm on Town 3,50 fine calf boots Io. igildresci lla, ; s, i, .iu-,' Any one w'h can gi information, ofthis NOTICE. am yet debating in my own mind. A-
lli. to be let from the first of April next, 156 do *do stands &e. for sale by S. ilNIR S .property, is requteteld to do so to David Min AT a court of Probate, holden at N. Lon lone, I see every thing, and chat with
Apply a#rabove Isac TuoPsoi. 200 do b.rog~p~n Fb I. 9 iro,'21S, Wlliam street, New York, aud don, for the district of Stunington, on the every body who speaks English, or will
J.*12. 100 do rubber'oser shoes 2 THE .ubscribcrs appointed by the crt w ill be suitably rewarded, pon recovery 2d Monday in February I3d. The sub- endure my. French. As for German, I
O'SALE 01 TO LE"T.. 147 do do cloth do do, a.now article ,f Piobate tor the direct of N. London, pos,ed to have come to ths cou ntry fro have learned just.enough to save m
LyTHE house on .Bradley street, occupied 295 pr women's morocco boots Cornmissioners on the estate oif Wilhiam Illnl. i slne ate Groe Hle sd Stomnt-n,l fribn starvation-p-- ater, bread, beer,
the subscriber-- ossessiun given the st do do knleather s Belcher, late of New London, deceased rep- N. Yor,Ft Feb. 9 deceased epresente ov, to re butter, &c. &c.-and Gallaudet b
f April. R.HOLT. 180 do kid do o do resentedainsolvent re, het ey ntify the credi- A CA ., examine, and adjust the claims of the credit of pupils was never more adroit in
6 oMarch 15. 5 200 do kid do do tors o said esta ,that they will iet O S sn t tos to said estate-and said court hath al making signs. But travelling alone
60o do hid slippers ve and adjustt eirclaimsaajdere tnel ca nns t ieolerr o nTO Ttef S BSCRIBhRS AIID rRsENDS O Ty sE .. .. "s
ITO IT .250do thick solo do Wm. F. Brainard, in the town of N. Lon- RAILROAD JOURNAL, MECHANIC'S publcti f tht s notice, allowed an asvey o and mant an hour
"O c t h ic r n 'so le ath e r d o p u b lio no ileo feth u ssno toymy0n opu rhtin d a u d i
-The southern part of the Parsonace House 503 do children's. leather boots don, on tle first Mondays ofApril and Aug. MAGAZINE, NEW YO.RK FARM- Lmited 4or the creditors of said e-tate to ext utn foy le .
on Main Street, with a garden t goot size. The subscribers off. the above, wth imia caX ; and tha six ino lha te m te lit ER, AND APP '.NTICE'S ,iit the several claist a du. y attested to' h s gs al ahve. l glliegj ea.a-
S ABELMc. EWEN. other kinds too numerous to mention as;publication of this notic,.are hereeby l slbsbs or be debarred a recovery IS ate 4a'a I have log explode.-,
.. 'Ma 15, 136, ow as can be bought in Boston or N. York, and allowed by said Court wnhin which COMPANION: .. thereof atcordin to law. And pure ,n The best o pleasure is with one's wn
S: save the transportation, said creditors mIust prove their claims or be All of which publication have een de- an of our apptmet, we herey e n hme, where one has all the comforts of
saste tenport aofnoureppotutment, we herersy give in home, where otua nil te oo rts of
S"' O SL.E' *PR \ M. DELL CO. debarred a ri'overv. layed nearly a trnnth, in conseq lence of the tat we will meet for the purpose o ie. .i trise plains, Madame de
THE dwelling house n~ow -improved by Will. F. oAINARD, d0 n destruction by the late cthiagration of tu e receiving and examining the claims of the Stael well called it, it is indeed at best.

..Feb. 11 'O 70 1 ,lali e ,do. Foi 10, 'ow A.M p In conssqYnce o the heavy losqt stainn tat w w. AeoOt ters e things. They show you cathedral t,
M, .TH Ei dwelin g house n .oWS -im proved IC y Jh cthL re e ii' ed. sg A I LE D p' r es s atld m ate alsa -vtl wl Pr pi they e 'rd creditors to s oaidt esta i t the h ouse of N a Fr we altk orll t you m ay please to

s.a O r LE'h o .as f. ios e h day of March 1836, for supplying d by th fire incd.ding not only nearly a l churches, museums, libraries, acade-

tohe Horse mr-- ^ occup-ied b m n iemr mte r anit aropnretry all r J uie^ &c. tNAI you a e ve
o l l 4 t1td 0n tooumto raisins. at ch 1 7 01 oc l goiitg aThins h see

le y. o. a be agreed upon--the cxpensc of piling, mea-- Mecan e's Ma.az z.ie, lan commp lied to and remember 1 mean what I say when
eu-. .'' .. 1 0 Foolap do.urintg, anls ina p;cng to be 'or i c tuarlssued i'ncfew of aysr patrons orwad- few, CHR' METERS, I say this, for I am no enthusiast in such

ForMITH rappl WIT p. e a post secure the fulfilment of the contract. Fo so asto present he works them imprv- i, AtL hEiTE hker the moet wonder iec
0 w r n. wtn t d o'urther particulars, encuo of the A. A. Qared both appearance and matter- acd Bank treeI. ,
E'- l d loo JaPPes'Lan- Iien d b u nc Master at Fort Trmbull. a hee, w i a redllc nqan shed themana m ntof He to inform the Me Cch n ,uno- hereabouts t itloip s l nave tou i aneen,
ale.- o 11 ust70i15altsimsn u fdu, d..Ioth hado .W areVo. MORRIS, A. A. "r.Ma .ster, In cois.q.re of the heavy loss NisTan- K AsT ANI P oio.Oi thiee ouTet i l y as what ray fee
ha.+i rs fA hitn dsl Fort Truimbul.l, until 10 o'clock A A .N 0.o iC m tohyrvtu Tite. incl v udninga erenthtingI. e s you c

a' 20 6ookibg or 1 st agscn cap d, ilFb.d.ny 0lAmc o te f e-aev t of
J.n.9 -7 ( h e to Vre5 athem more t .nga d mad y >he 'elerh Su8,f 1 snon, au English in Germany; and acn de-

*guWATER P F E S nliaH lairoil more uselul than 1 have hereootor been a-cpdb ymua 4 p ocuce, a te is confs.ei e 11.1. iof Mrrany, were at our hable i r'ioie every
FRtSALeB.- HE sbbs4ber hia e jnust rec'b. Mhe Garrison with Fir wrranteL pare, ble. wy prall be ile ro give Gebaortl atiactil to alll ,yso eiy l any, that if the Fry enhof
Al Culver, situated ion Truman 21-2 Co d MB 's Ini BlheKWIr c Toth ovir Btortd ofil am also nduced by my losses, which to i stred and for sale byad s eran had nohts. B one th the now
iler of JaystNe w Londonq fire rry, wiof. 1- esc of i first quality of to prep ed eyLre& amount t to o it .thousand dollars, to Feb. 23. a eI. s h sh, ot havone known but
n ref lad attached to. empte h quantities ad at such ties as may requey str each rplatend of my piveulicationes theo an Marchen no

leaslysituated.onthe i..er, win (Ul Fi,.2. _9 n h PEe-a eanr1 article lor Mr extending their circul-tion, and of TO E Ta that 1tn was at an english or an Amen-
r. .Apply to Paper.e agreed uon--the exp -sc of iling, mea- ci s az z.ie, e, and in ad-ton tret-tprent occupied by Mr. C.nng at 8 o'clock Darmstadt I passed
FolcapJO surin anJ. LEY, or ctig to be borne ayte thaskthe yeadug r thnt ce rpatro oray be able Shepaid aid Capt. ETERS, Isay this, fore Iam no enthusiast in such
cooi igforc. Ito 2,di, ontract&r good3 sureties wtil lbe require( to says, uniil 1 cat llgrt a new office earrangod,,s, ATE, .ble U Stl' d oeu ul bu otile uy things -arid this is a statue of Ariadne
SSMITH & BcE BAII,C, u p' ttu rto pos t secure the fulfilmett of ticontract. Fo so aktt present e worts o p themmp DAi L B. E. wiser motwondrr ucha v iit. Onee
.. btit i. near the preer particuars, en uie of the A. A. Qred bothH itl appearance ce and iroommu itteor--ad c l l. Bank bthe oddest se ato a n a -c

-o rul ue d d oi0bW ,W V M O R R IS A A .r. M aster. 't le busin ess dep artm e n t of th e N ew Y nrt :St hll ) M tteis `-'uIl 'ut i lp ce, a nit s ti t igh I d o a nt k n ow w h at Io m a y .sea e
-"phoe a2er0 c loin o .o,36,hey t o stou beketr l i,,lnrkeng>call do.r o Feb. 9. e7wr 0e Ameruca ,,f o"r the purpose of devotion l aserected alOb a th get into taly. arly when th
proved ptternsHAV cnac only 6 small c oal stoves r IMMEDIATELY, Twole at to ork a e prices by

a.hiehey wi sel at Fa M. CO.GTr o 1 i MKORE H ,-UTCHINSON M Ri" self exclusively, hpublicateto my publications by trinhat s. To those who will mFrcoac kit is the rendezvous of the

hth Deyw28 is ethisatFdiacor pd briesual. 67 coATet.-Ihe F Scrterut N 13 Nassau I uLN.t ati d
h"'U, i P_ 6 1him ole to r to y wse nderth ei te em rebaltd Su i t L nraud 't,. English in Germ any; mind many, very

.a-hn. 19. ",A R.tPROlHlbt.ii AILROAi JOURNAL chICJALLE compey- o Ge.,mans being ".

IUIVA T Ecei ^ r .le b s{ a 8 c hts. Devoted to maternal Improvement, and- knowing one word what they say, if hue
SSAL?.-: l be sr1, ncao j er l. tc MOORE, the rva- wtr uent n hacranry-i wky Te, be is confident. es not doubt thatourhe himself is hio elfver

SAL.-: ., Ip-ruce sTispribera hilejst Jorec'.a AH R. HUTa NSON, number of quarto pages be alch-e ptoiyegeerllatite An to aid question whether he belongs tc himrn
A Stage tillleavted in G oton, otel, S Me' s India rubber cloth over JOHN T. MORE. FIV dollar a eso induced by my losses. which may e eit uey l f ethe

Aew London every Tuesday. Thursday and Mer. Bne B^Kis New York, Jan. 1. am 6aUlsndANIuc' mlAGAZINE, AD REG- -chntw1 ini1t1 72 acrs arGetma land, nquii. constittion different: from mine. I
latu northofiNew ondon half perry, wat6-hclock, e-175 pr. ries and pak Chuncey W. Mth woosh, prered & Jo byhn T. MLe &re amount to over eight thousand toars, Geto Mt, e oon, r Gent thFouh the process many tims,
an forew fanven, tahed to into aicttheSiam Lad.h pickt haveRA D this day formed ELLa co artnReeer.p un request each field of my, publicationPs to ad then I should not have known but
is pleasuwtlyaituated oa.t l,e rw ymh ut1Fell. 2. 69 Ruse troth pste- ib heautifiul article for aid il extending their circulmtton, aud of 'O O ENIT. that I was at an English or an Ameri-
Poeses it a good well of water.near thus .O O Tvlausi'idid.saiileles rvitibi thi teeth each plresent subscriber theifavor to remit -THE two Houses attheu foeooflaunting- can table. : I left Frankfurtt in the eve-
dor. Apply to LL IT CON Receivedn sl ai ce due, v there be, and in ad- ton stroet-at present occupiedar y Mr. ang, at 8 ohoe Darmstadts g myse
Appy. JOEL A t or C l B. CG BAXTER, Agent.oo e attave amld lli h D r t Im r
JO ELR1.BM l,'\',:' E It N0"r. is.heb giv to all personsin- ....vuiwfurth, year 1836, that I may be able Shepaid atd Capt. Reed. Paseasion given therefore in the night, and- am not, of
e F r A:r the preH mise 0 CE i ert- steu tio m uteris--rto alike tile vo'rks wart i abyao' imoers stt. t1 sot of April. Apply 'o
Yo erork l$cb. m"- .9a eth le fuIndTC ones ah otes i' du.t Sil. o'e od se u to c uny. G. TROTT. course, the wiser for such a visit. One

Fb 2 MATTHEW BACO p e S N. York, Jan. toi.C tcadd'hiAn stesiRc- roitaeandMac1 73toed up couth d e ougoe s to make thc
c2.and sevFeb. 26veare mcet paid before the 15th iay ofJalu-- uav HE Co bop arterph at of e s l o stillion unhhodderstsed nsat itonwas a Gman -
h wf N SEid lar ta is one of the besta F or nale. Devoted to Agr, ul.uure, Horticultur., anu: tttn inc .and 15 said district deceasedcpre hve, is to be passing through walled
SISS n tracts o nly except d amo other Aod diry Frm stated in the mid. lofcule-plh ly ed iMMlvent, hereby give notieo work a cities in theat nigh wanted. Actually I a
ntacrofthri die parrsh Granvlle Hampden counMas 3 o 4qrt pes ions issued by tin i meet f or the purpose alorad at tuna i a of mind

thlNeG fr the h of thT subs'rb r, ty ges a lying n at 4,o 1 I -l m il s from tCHe m eetinSON se co t d i T p Oous on lew ittr r. i Sto.ing M O. E d su h a tcw ,l ubhc ilns ar io. ued
Decmblet cloa linedth yellow cambric oent atun wcrr, at NooodNassautree supply, N. asty businesI AND s,lk. A.M. good waatcs anthe constant the arrow gaFrench vry well, whe ca
rgecapyme wood land issonveniey situated u well cs en v.z employ wll be gini.tort half awake fro oria slumber, and. h haruse

t blak silk velt cllar. Attached O d R brs c ed and watered, with tireo dwelling hoses INTERNAL IMPROVE- ember 1836 t o'co P. M a s heseed to be rater desirou
cloak, wa alargebrown ca cpULt do mn For further par. R A ENS. sl.m ad c to- k own b r jabbering/ nd-
ot h i e r i or t receive i I ses y the bscicrnsOF said firm will be liquidated by the U ims duly attested to the ubcriber or h n carrying his own luggage, (a
Sbess, aacaigui rf Eairne tber, rlin Granville "d. s n Devoted7 i n to lisernal hCprovents, an- Tkwg one word wvhat the say, if htei
........lb vno non oC..'W. MOORE, tile inipruveuiWeAtsdits olacniniery--ii weekly T LE does not dbt thate I es

A isclot f t han B loat puo d ammithsJ B.endbh e a hi_ APPRENTICE'S COMPANION' Marci i. WselA, ion-. 7 a o c is:dn ugag ^
uldpructrned no qetok- e T r and Jt JOSIAH R. UTbes liINSON, nue of THquarto ageshoue, now ne situate to Se, and questlemonU whether he belongs to i
A-VJStage lvt ol tovarit hN h O oRE. n FIVE dollars a year i adevauce. i e f property f e ecese selfor to-somebody elsetothen he is.ofa

ew :CL OTHIER WANTED. aud e. P; dApril next. Yr, Apply t. ECH AN' AZE A E- A DWuLLI r se u ituted at th cotan e r in.
A turday anderins at half past 6-o'clock-, OHeiiirk boards Dand pink Chauncey WV Moore & John T DAVID MooreI. 1 R O F INVENTONo AND IM- ., Geouge M tineh, New Iaicilt, onr bnt through the proeto many imes* ,
ouainted wiHaveth clot dren will find a pr ANDthpikets to be gvenA have thifrsof s day former v coarmes tnesh, ove underaPRO VEo ENTS. lesion iven on the Pfirst of A-tatouw ruin thaeite ruin of an s

manent situation aiys exceptei tt, at 7 o'clock, Dec. IS. ne- tCl-oi naot tys llt n l t ar mogt s a1 excellent garden will, G erman castle, one of the fiat of
oths tibrl wages by applying e- cnme, tyl, al fDevotcd to tie lutner ts otf Mechanic.s e. 2of. 9 Rebcc-aud then of satis w ing myselpa how
r iate.ly to th ,, W ednesday, ad Frid hoeay_ or t of' and wr b rr on B n st e retNo.oc resd the ATi post paidnm to Brown, or of c ble. The po where ition c was. en for thieving a
,ei:aEvbc r fora, 6ea4 t 'e6 a 72 frgws eauinut ,:I NOTICE. eidelberg by daylight in the
"en n1 t Fare- efromu New, Havemi to N ew HTa--C. W Mf O RE, price 'ilatErli dollars in advance, ur lou, TTF1 suEtsbscribers. having been appointed l. did lt kuow .where on health Iv a f
L..asale, hi. far ,situated .lotS& -For urth K. NOR ourt of Proatn C the pecttor on rc ofof
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spreads all around, Life, they remetn- to say what i not truet fori man i'i t'ih join tle forces .from her6 on their march t[P""- '- Irom tle Newark Dai, Advertiser.]
grandest views iti the'orld, built as i ber, was given to improve and to enjoy : least skill i reading the l ncounnance, to the Ouithlachoocdee, Elmore's corn Rescue from the Indians. Shipwreck,
Sin the value of the Necker just whre --and tothis enjoyment here, they unite am as 'nd chagrin at its pany is an honor io S. Carolina : it is IN SENATE. e received by the late Southern mail
the river breaks between two mountains, as much of instruction as possible.- loss. A man may conceal his feeling, and composed of young gentlfemen of the Friday March 11. the Jackson L u:mana R publican of Satiur
,n the side of the mountain on the left Rational pleasure it is-how much bet- a woman often thinks she can, but sbThe sel- greatest respectability from Columbia. The Senate have had an iteny in oi account oh, fn ro g hich e take the fol-
aink with the opposite mountain and ter than the beer houses of England, or dom or never right in her belief. Thus the There are strangling parties of the enemy' forestiiu discussion h n hin 0 Fl antnent sith the
river in.front, and the long .vale of the many of the evening resorts, of 'oursI- man gamer here would see his oney all over the tco-ntry.a A partyie of l e re t i p t qsti Flot n the .ubscquent ship-
wtw with ana re inbl o m r trof abolition. 'iThe first part of the day wteckt ard oss ofilhe Americans. Jack-
Yeck-r, as the river bonds, to.theleft, Some day or other, I hope we shallloso but not a sweep would be made wh-n ayou ener e by some negroets 5 miles above was occupied in an interesting discuss- son is about 12miles from St Francisv.e
opwere seen by soncnegros 25 miles above on t from St Francisv!il,
throwing opento the eye as far as Man this part of the English character, -this could not mark its effects, if not in the wo- two days ago. Fresh acks were also on upon the Cumbrand oad i the Mississippi, and much nearer the
beim on the Rhine, a prospect orna- exclusive anti-social part.-this love of man:s face, in the twinkle of the eye, or t th is, two days ago. In the oad bewee n this which was finale y Cu riand ra ii a bay of Cole Blatnche where the shipwreck
meed with every thing that can mak wealth to show it, not to enjoy it moment o the ip, at least e and St. Augustine. It is e load between ths her ch was finally passed, granting S 0 said to ve occurred than N. Orleans.
tureaor newfposition that leaked ont a Aody tiosralneI also supposed t3lessouth- 090 of the $00,0C0 reported in the The Republican says,
a landscape charming- hil and vale, The love of-nature even, that the Eng- of hat was wildly working within. Oh, isa bodyofvr unoriginal Bill. The mnevyo are pob The schrEl Teas, went to pie
'river and field, church and city, all in as lish have, we have not vet. They only, what profanation this of that delicate mechan- east of Tanpa, oun Pese Cick. aly aware oe in ney you are p iob es flir. El ro exas, vent to pie
flourishing, an agricultural country as however, use-their gardens and their ism of hers- that tremulous fabric that quiv- Thus far our information extends ably aware goes f rincipall to Ohio, In- ces off tie Cote Blanche, in tie storm of
there is, perhaps, in the world. The walks, to keep them out of sight,fenc- ers thus whenever it is rudely touched! And T e apprehecodut-of Gen. Gaines in ts at- iana ad I lii. last rendey ; all perished except our
Lord of. the castle thus overlooked his ing them within lofty walls, as ifto make as man, and indul-inhisother viceso heavy responsibility. l going to Florida at ile bo'~ tion question distressing is, that the Ellen had on board
vassals for leagues around. High Oi others miserable, who have not as much faults-whichsoever you choose-to call them all; he violated whis duty, fie was in t rduced tn the sn as agi intio. some noble spirited young officers belong.
the table-land of the mountain, he had. as they,-to tantalize them, as it- were, -is a conclusion to which.Lhave not tome. fantry from J-ffrso barracks to thefrontiers final action. : a M Aa Kio. ing to the elian army, who were on their
throw.-n up his costly structure, with its with an imaginary pleasure, giving the The strangeness of the sight, however, rMrexio. When in Floaida, he became endmen -proose an way from BaIize to Mobile and N. York, to
turets and itswalls, embellishing every ld a single peep just t inflame the made me marvel much at first. It cost fme xc o h e it Fl.. e ott .a wh a .t o C ta m mtasrrecruits, I e ard
te.nents, attest that an effort to believe these women, were reputa eci l f directed tro hae h e of the wa, r un t lge s to grant the retadful slaton of the mi ies near vCape
tenhe upon theme, while allptured king art dvwish to have anher. The lesson we bl; but needed n proof of that eery ereand shold not have moed one otw y of th t ner. This amen- e Florida ; they imncdiate saild

ages hs race would w hen they them- ac not afraid to ingle together,-dwho time, however, athenoveltywore ofat l-andlhena vd there o ta t Co mande a nta t to i th in- of e A Buc evea pary ofdians, they gallantlyres-
selves must mi with the common ppe pirit by an American eye The all has enliened it. ut you ciaine pla. d iotiov But G sco amec ne as then on two officers, Vai

mortar and stoner he seems -to re beauty of travel s. that it makes yo all for society her s as society wt us ptely solating and suroundinhe Inian Fredonia, and Win H. Atree of
nonth, Ishu h no more ofeseeinonew%-ouinesnanxious, we-cannotu ot -apprehend,

joice, in showing howphe can work a think-and thinking enoughto do, thein ... e and thus compellingthem to an unconditional Mr.Calhoin then rose in his pace, la, being the only survivors after the cn-
slow but certaintruin. There is,I fan- traveller will find here especially one en m ~ surrender,)-Gon. Gaines ca ed upon the erem ae hdad a t b, enaor so s traction after their ather ha been cruellyt-
ey, now and then muh of mlisch -omour new world, where all so dso- and etiquette, while in the waltz or dance t is known an d grue exist before I have never seen lim so much lad p iey placed te yotg
his triumphs-as when he comes with fervent from this world here. But .you they are as boisterously happy as the liveli- .ena km ... .a.. p -tion ...r s agitP d or so (u 1 of f,. li. Hi keen wab e... a. o. ed themselves to the
golden beams of morning, and throws will be instructed also. If my eves do est rclethat anbe found i Amrnicao 1 wha.t he called for could be given, and this eyes flashed ac..ss .he room like light- sea breaki. over thra the shoretah o ay
them upon sch a reli f ma n's.amnt- not deceive me, this chateau hereis one laveI learned, do such impco out o stores.provided in vance y Tampn.- egisla aupros the ho perty in the I thrtie coast of lorda. the

tion-burnishg up the gray facade of the finest monuments of art. Iflnnt, I suspect!, Uglier people in fact. can- c0't,Ffor a ut s wasc .hcond mrie have had my fieeings for less exciid in ,st ,,ter but both unfortunately sunk to
and the ivy-peeping pillar in robes of .some Walter Scott would people it with not be found in the world than the women on fault, fori effect might, and we fear the wildest.ato-m, than while listening rise no n ore, wing to the weak state in
freshest ht, as if to contrast hais ownf- But store come to thh e onclusion here, I a who labor in the fields here, and who arches fromportat mad by \ Capt H wound d left h ;-

gay youth with the sombre prospect al pigra to its walls. The palace of, ,ai ...... lb t k .... ... the -commandig General as to caue fatal the Senator fr. m S. Ca o'i a. t he feel l v wou.ded m several places
about him ,; or as i bis..,.to eu Otho tIeney, as it is called, with its see but httle ofthemen at harvesting" Prob- thy e campwie n eeal scantily spo in wai general throughout the room. ltershe had sunka young r dta .
over the ruma e ishever wotog, an, o beautiful facade, is the study of hours..ably, as it is necessary to make all the men tk th I, on or .... h o b..., No one moved, or wlquered or read, o. ed the 1:-o0 in sf, w.,, -. .e seac
ten trow death. it were, while s ptue- dz- [know no how many sculpt ur es adorn n odoersn tis ecesary tomakeh an course, therefore, known rote a they e wol to d, but each o teahed the shore on a spar
lling garbs f th rosiest he,, I e.r- it. Statues are numerous,-and the associatin his !adin, rdy tat the river wa. unfordable. Yet hI eve was directed t, the weaker, He al! Mis.n oescott siil renmaint s very iln ,
think of a corpse at such an hourn over vth chisel withits mardelb ellous delicacy, ihas de n.ed n, bush_ l tu o U marched on, without po ats or pontons, and lu id.to the injus tic. c .h b d bt n am At"ee is fast recovery, ; the latter we
sueh avw, as seen t ag traced around them arlnds, foliage, or here, I m ifay not fid a post for miles to c asm hr n t ans oe the Southo th ortrss ich l ehevehas a mother N. York.
rob es. 1 ....ttin.. ii- ts .e trophies too n a drapery n at seems w his crossing, and was himsu.lf reduced, after had b en thrown ar.d he u e jolly boat, wlich was swai ped under

1 te moon, agree far.better with such a plaj'about the modallions of the Ro- FO E'IGi, ',. and act on the defensive, until he cnuld re- .ed forth j, u. he. ',: "nd pnl, dut^y to record one of the dark-
scene, for .then the lengthened shadow man Emperors Love blows with trum- ceie remriorcdt events and supply es, or unti d s. to sport Ie ... .n to uC.. th iees ve the annals o cr me. On
and the misty sky, as if i mournful dra- i s ,.of time, if g viewetars Hars From the New York American. amue and te enemy shold n Sc t hn .r jnthe pae aturay the 27th Feb. in the neigh-
pery-the lomuer murmur o thedstant arein thehaspirinds ofotby an Amers. Above them Late and important d fom .ie Seat of retreat. Twelve hundred troops, o which hear her pein rs and bv o dono id in l o Liberty, Unon co. Ind.
clock-th e sweet repose ornature -tha rbe a sutyotrav l i s. that it makes too it savages to act on the defensive and per- i .of Feli s ot Isaac Hel Ar, murdered hias
eoothin g quiet for the eye and. eark,-all t -a the nd eoIsriel add eamp" ny letters received thisat oe would nig fom tht i ala t sen ndfe irn lgt n t ee pron n to y he bttkr whole family-,his wia and hee chil-
are hsarrnonizin witth thil'sii and hom-er es' p ca lly die" Picolata of2d instant, we are pained to ta fearful responsibility edocs not this entaiil est opposers, Thero are but few sueb oen.- The cii-vcmsta a.f.
bre nrean-an art learn hat thte mUnte s' tateo p o odrcesd s e offser who lGaiesd them inton the wdi- here hid .t ol- "or "nrthe to be ng thet mostlggravevos nastr te
.... forced '. :..-** | "u te B-an. d11' ,in by en. Games, nave bhehn un ces- ,nong spie ea the oblq h t a as tha ne

s low but" s' a.i :r.a.aThere is, 1 f datntnentrav :, n,'erwl d r ety,, -nar- i,'spe ..... atte .. ... the me nboday t or Our froyoesirgr to the ifat of the whole has been heaped h'-ee: .i.gt man a ,, .o ats o othe r neighbouru
cyi, sanow and thesun rise aihof m ruins i -frm Hoe, and Justieew world, where allch i is it ap-nd etiquett, while in the waltz or corps mandant of Fort Kiness, mo f or rations to n- efor. I hav e neverseenr. ,inmchla dn whd ctm residence .of Heletot
goHeidenbergi a of mornin, and throws will be instructed also. If my ey cheso t circle that can be found in- Te conduct f e Georgia monntedh e d access the roo like light 'sea breahimg or that he woure all swept

ing 'beam. Sure l am, such a view w above and over these re Saturn echee, and after the loss of valuable li- refusing to b e mustered, will, if imitated, de-h. urvny on his eedet. an pr ,ve a t!.ess work and m.m.ain his famil. th. rot
is an era-in the life of a man who h os e c m., tch ,am Di ves wiere reduscd to entrench temsel- priv the army of an essentl forced The ing to the nation g a.to lss tse iods i er officers would aoten rto uty ans h
ever welt rnihia rld uptheraye, f antiq ad hers indeedst a prousion of sculp- -- t a ; and.posi- uc, hat e oudn p ct r rhovi ad t lo u nthiy wou then become a county
ties exist, time has hardlyhevyelnt a ru of ture al ateround, so exceltt woletl done that ins -unt td couldb sent tthe sions or reinfo, cements to Gen. Gaines-and ,ethe the ot rtan hi e hou'di charge. This appeared somewhat t
the,st ligwhere no t, ruasiftocontrstd n n story, is th e finwhole world wold make a who labor in the fields are, and acertaned, such is undlesood to be the want of means w ofe o ie motion tore he petition. iense him. H is represented as be-
the mountain and the hill, bnd eachh .an pof atcalif there be now existing. any ay be thus tsummhiy stated of transportation for supplies, that it may be la conc usinr Mr S. i t.o ga. usi ing a hale, robust man, not given to dis
awfbl hiory,-andsu r i to ethn an, whre sofine. n. Gaines left TampaBayvein e Gen. ies. in e paon, t extreelydeta and
Shall never target the sad but see re i I litHeidelberg the morning after 40 men, ad reached fort Kmakeg on the son is advancin,l wlech more tthan thousands t or o indolent. After thee persons left the
lecton ofdeath, an e re with tng passed, ukn not ho many sculptures adorn intohe sold Febrsar, takinecessary with him only e- t of troops, will n eight on the Iendian side-aning wrote avs they Mass usetts, made au house he rose ad lifted th-e n a spar.-
ing and ukno n, about those ruin.,- it., Statues aleep of two n hts-one in enough subsistance to last to that place. w the river Ice can fordable. Yet he eVe' t poweruspeech upon the qnestli, 1r beneath the bed-telling hiswife that h'r.
thin e garenere, amidt such a crowd of th stael witoachits and the ther disturbcacy, d There he called upon is Gen Clinch forl hd oni sacrced, withnoto oats or potonho, and or I was going out reto chov nd pssI be-
people, within it.os on its walks, by the German yells of ovethe collegians 14,000 rations but only 10,000 could be Itisprobae thattsacotsadreach enatoe on scat ad too a hind where sh. was sin. with
th The music sounding from the 'ruined ophre who seemed to be celebration furnished, and those.had been just pla- cd ashington, and inducedas its rumored seatesr-e 1 Davis, child in her armst.rstruck hear to rhr floor
tower,--the mingled .mu rmur -of many -,,mo ct t. td. o i J, I o ,-,.,. 0, l > ai. b Iiy ,\' -" "...-*..* oro ....... -.1" ( _1 r-'- .( h .,or-- [, I{ .t e"o -t-tin aknlier'ii vas liltvilly spbi r httr t ,own A -"
uid9b r thetlgt in, t left me tiGrupes of infant insam w thatI w support of a battalion of Georgian ft a, ro and m ef ee decided by o vas t majority that the re sister to the ife b comes our
-er rippling on it rocky bed-the little -nohing from Heidelberg to Baden Ba- then on the march to Fort King. Thuste n, r hbty remaimsh gtob seen 1 e elved pettos be now rejected 1 have seeing the stroke thustnmarde at nher --
foresti heagre, the arbor tterWeith such a agta, I was regularly smo sufficiently provisioned, he made a The Charlstion Patriot of he 8th, giveslan d e n assured upon Van u n authority ter, flew to give thealar of the da -

thickly growing fir, ad anon the lofty d and smoked. drne sh for the Ouithtachoochede, near Gph. count of te iht, and the slate of affairs (can there bto dboler) lvat Gov Chss ,has relief could reach the ur be tohre

eak,-here. the cliff there the flower onl time ou can enterinto Gr- Clinchs forer battleground, wher it r on however, we have reason to think been nomin ed iuor to Frne- was done ls of c e or
and the misty sky, as if in mournful dra e o ly u itars. Hat-p Fromthe Newv York American. famine andtmetieney shoitdcrrpel hur to t h w t r Saturday the 27th Feb. in the neighl-

berd,-the moutaer muin over head, an te an or olland lof others.:, i mAbove the night, was truly believed the main body of the emoI ir t hat Polk is to take his pace- that Ma. The r ife, after receiving p
inl-e thunder foot,here the gallant beau then sleep getst t.:n,:r of the propensity in my were. He arrived on the west t o sovl ofVa.r wi 1 be mande speaker-and dicular st romke, was head a m

with the lively belle; oandthere tt smoke for every German takes hs p e, bank of thers receiver on Saturday evenin s Lisa By t rlo seek safety inli, from had been pronunerad to e by her b d in I fl to ie ybiswie and thretreat-
are harmonizing with thi ls and win-J tobacco a pouce th e and fin Iseran i ih ao-s it T 2d instant, we eareP ited to a ieta ve intmlligynce fromo Limt to ppnt ar. i derel, T e h a but few s 1is The cil -e sceam. He then
a ar t et i e muc h surety as he takes his coat. With the ar n t hat the United States f rces ld upon the officer oe t ed them into the di- atnd estoy Old Hin y the threw the chdren on the floor, raand na
all the- open air. eautiul picture r the o commences, dit bak immediately opened a fre on him, on to Lima with a force so superior s to aician and the whole party for beiny ered their heads from their bod- s-
forcindeed it was l ove these people, be- ends only with the latend.raih, Piety, C then, which was continued all Suday from intimidate laverry, whsto had in conso- thus egected. such violce that the e r

cause they know so well how ete hve.- one's misiry-under a -now burning sun, each side, neither party croin At quence proceeded wh his army to the c the floor led atth residence of Hlr
They have not he suffered this rain to be ta th dustr flying yin efds, the dust aruMcAd- t n o'clock on Sunday evening, Gen. Gai qst of tlwe province of esOl ,vinO left undo- MondaS March f s r ,.,pted by hmtselfe
ghoilaong then, I d left it to the amsed ra to h seen ar eitpuffer Indians, situated on the Ouihlacho- en.'ed by the absence of Santa Crus. Ob Mr. Rives appeared in the Senate h tofl inh tha Ile hee mvurde

rook-and owal-but they have surround- u ndtckeningtve -' ^ ting his ituatn and cing formre r w a Arequipa-though the legitito-day, and his credentials having been alsistance Bata tod hiany
edit with charming walks, and bade all am I shall e a m my soon uner such ammunition and provisions His loss ate Presd he ithon t st presented by Mr. Leigh and read, he d h une e u-
the world come in. When twilight is avn operate, and neverarlye n c heeandafte the loss of' valubuplei- refuse that timen to be mustrdvunteeill, if imitated, d.um rientener for te e h wa sworn and took his seat. s ean d mut heas overtaken sp orop-

sends forth a sad aand plaintive tone, with a palace in it having a commanding Lt.Izard, of the dragoons dan.gerousl.. .perfect stand The U S. friate Brand Resolved by the Senate and House w-ere ikel 0 y
S and then' he liveliest notes ;-as if the view. The ride from Heidelberg to Baden- On Mondayu mor oentrenc h thse i'wine is in prtt. of Representatives of America, in mori- o.nthr w o sa county charge,
Aea--shortuf:a unto andpronai-,-,conditioin of inClinch'sacommand was r snatthend b etomeand

every walld were happy that the world Baden was nearly ten hours the diligence, o'clock while Gen Ga s s gress assembled, that the President of, wou d rather ee them in
as happy too. To tempt the people w add twmS ytns a : out at ing meanstoeross threrte h, Teiaut c Crnso, ot Friday, con- tl e Senate, and Speaker of the House ht Prese s at on." He is ait to
to study nature, they have made nature hu l passll g it, so thct et s about as eafe tacked on three sdss of hs camp byte Valley Flls bdge carried away-On present ves close the present sesshis posedlyandedatet to
Sthe-lovely s possible. Every part of to reckn by s aprsris by miles here, particu- Indians, who kept up a vigorous assale t Thursday night last, .ned of rents on of Congress by an aodjournment o aned said. h i y n as b-
the world has been searched toc pocure larly Five Enih mes lo about two hu s summaenily stated of tra spoerth isen several t. T Val theia repective houses on. the day of II ccnai and hl et ri huet i
sha' thickly crowded walk in bt a itzerand-not much,eidelberg but onlyn a little.- n kill, anrid cnn on the son is advancing have been swpt away. A ate (according to motion) indolent. rd After thestern Penn. and onefvct-

mlomen, to a solitfnl e if you choose.- 122d oF 1 GI stating w"siani-all ee we de es h mrad 20 l a e- of t 10ut% opl figh ty .o been etroy bill to appropriate for a limited lime the by a ry, but rprieved by-the exec-
fr tmnay strand here, ni listen to the a te d oeanm oa.The-,amTh fid-na M proceed. D isof public landofs made a house he rose and l sanity. Somefroth

..oces om lhe to... below, and watch go there to get well, and the well to gerill. as was estimated at 1500 men" G aine-AWhig State Convention. A. er a short exchange of ideas, the ,d o .artculars othiscase are report-
Slghts a hey shne o u t one after It is in a little nook of a valley, a-on in nou ub tnce to lst to that place ensure h non the esot r beneath the bed--tell had two there

o.;aa an aq itn o V .,s I r is oacthe timde the o ht er witBa- str ed ron sedeae havi, g ma Bnran t.tag nae efu Eopp l a p neg ii d
. e opm le, the sta, ge.coachan the teh thn ery disturb. -He calledtupon ..Gen C ln for latil b...tuinntimeoh. hh-tat. tee tn haet eh ai.. t eardi_ s t ootioscat ta toeo a hidwee sI w as nenn. ih o th

stoy and the song, Go, if you wish, enough, generally speaking, aGnd so ovea ammunition aki d provisions. egis sitania0ed Presidential fp lecrp rty pledge Yetr-Cy oan"" Clay, Clayton, Chit- P ed b u rg, b re r mily rose, to
ad.gazeaith in it -rsui of s armor,-,on crowded now that ven a pig-pen of a room e ion is a ver critical onl y d 1lc u l s,t Ewing, of Odiob Hen- de wg ts e arraYngements in the-
.theo music sounding fEmperor, and K-ruinedgs, of a Godsed, an tbe cishere clti furnished, ane d those tad bee just p d Washigton, an e itis drick, Leigh Kean Manum au hatbeid Davis. child in tat ,ared them he
tformet agesminged rmurons too, and wine ole h nd or, a la t ; ta c lte nson_ i P

l*ce, itof lhetoi. ow the atce g the firestoewel, and oithe weldtou it ll m-,', t., H tchoc-i wt i .Th Alxandtia Gaztte o Mo..d.y 0. rpaaa ae c.i hv.1g .ith theman reprt-
-wal; or fhangot.viewand see t e too here.i This only is tto be said of Basden o.h f Adtin Ger in Mr cuhnan e wil oe he in i n a bed. Af to the teaching th i place of
Ve lingf as it speaks had acts in the gay-t Bade I aI town ou of the tow over a e n o t t l, sticions f the Pi nnsylv, a e I tceived p-Benti on, Blackt Brown. Bucha retreat, the woman thinking of the
I;emh n fm d to as ,remnairns tohseem

to,-he real embles of a Christian day, t o dwellin there you candy I would be h a r- Clinch's former battle ground where it ownnn, Mooreever, s, Nicholas, Niles, The two brothers however returned France- as done
bdmucth e of Poeuntainy ovand Music theoo, in or tha n a t e is in the ie.ght, was truly believed the main body of the orrwing.-M aPol wns tos to take hibins gles Shepley, the d eserted housfter reiingand found that erhe
ime upon hewalls of this majestic company for pleasure-the fs of the fash- bt they refused, with the excetion of m s t our I6 Afte being taken, stand a trial, and

ruin.. No bars, nor bolts, stop your ions of the place. There is a theatre there nm about twenty. to be muartered ftoe (w t Lth e" tm, certainJl-a n when you Dr.m,,,f'-,ld ofP ,-isi finally being reprieved, he came te Indi-
progresh.to see the all. In England, they datce as they c se, or have a con- service and of ourse cl nt i go home justaskgyour mther ifsh'll A young married women, named Gaet na ad at he ggestion of oie
all in the- open air.- Beautiful picture,DmuchssuretyJaastinhetakes.his.coat.gWithI onettmeeeloor

orninee smoiecommencesnd would have been at every o .mpedtddhad goneroea Fo relm bh ndeowh o a keg of that reidn at Guerns, dids en, ends, dropped his true name, which
indpost, or ee a wall as ovethick as dungeon They talk, ch at, w eal, or flight in thc, theai, companies had just arrived wal er onv frin, b uttel she bourhc toay thatr a et ami te wol pr oy rein was Yotuhng ilnd assumed that of nr,

walls, so igh that th trees could scar- in the private or-public walk, as they wi better intention than the oth ice ittle an and who had in cons- thus alete ubad, w is in that being a thiddle name from hi
cause vethelno.k t woeull hoe w toslive one's misry ;-hounder satoo Teurning sun, each sideo neither pary crossing lAt quenceprae P edw a el thhiar wo, ftheo cs, ... .. a h n
casethey'knotsutffe sorwedlthoruwn-tolie. the dust flying in etd the dustfaMAd oest e tt an o hont ondayMarch14 the floor, and, as reported by himself,
T y he nt s e t" r into-e a ,Sunday ppoaeGer.ouhquest of timetprovince;of Bolivia., left u yde- they made no noise. The murderer

g t among them, ano d veft it ts o the amisthed road too, withe seven or eiaidit puffers .V.
alt abont him, heating even tl r'am;of ih- tes sentyn express to Gen. Clinch oat- ten-e'ad by thi absence of Santa Cruz. Oh Mr. Rives appeared instle Senate had fled, when the alarm-had called any
led it with charming walks, and bade all- I am I shalt le a mumtimy soon under sus m ammunition arid provisions. His loss ,ate Pridant oftPtmes vithortt ttIfpresented by M,-I. Leigh and read, hen uga despathedrhee apaet rstatensixdt
the world ccmrl e in. When twilight is day n operation and neverfaira y die, only cease up to- that tinie was demetwov sxrda lntergso riouse-i s 'e g, w ort, and tookghis, seoat. i lg despntche,' heosevert rketunsd o
approaching Pthey conceal within the tohbreathe.t e "woploMrKiin s of Alalarna, offered a join eigt mes onte oo kie road and

'Beautiul, inded, al towehabandidofut'inc, WP"l mou'an
capital ofBaden, Ta beautiful and neat city voluntedersnaoumied; among tit e latter, ofa onmiitary despotism. Co erce isath aigr Thre ae o tionoteac fe
sends'forth a sad and plaintive tone, with a palace in it, having a commandingLIzad, 'of the dragoons dangerous pIfect stand. Ie U S. frigtu Brandy Resolved by the Senate and House ing tan t at
ruand then baerliveliest notes ;-as if the view. 'The ride from Heidelberg te Baden- OnuA Monday morning, 29th, about 10 wine isto paort, of Represeimatives of America,eintCon andethdat the w ul d erset hem iso
S tn o o To taemp ten pteopler to whic a dd tt ospentitheiirepoeasurt he:r.efseethemisns-a
'very w well hp adBadn a was nearly ten hours in the diligence, o'clockgr while eninss wasbprepare Tutm Patrcshet Cbohou h t day, th -tea ente,, ad e e aker of thed os hae. aa wetdthpu ruer ver i o
t hrap whap teoawaltappy theat t eorldey to al choa mly, t oresrt an tognopenr .cmeanies to jrsste river whe was iat- tie atile moaihn ing, andjus aayceon g s oer Senatess asse Sbed e that f ther Prsien t ofhaveinsweredle namer om -
lstudy nature, they havo made nature hour in passing it, seo-that it is about as safe tacked on three sidss of his camp byatnle Valley Falls bride carriedof'representatives close the sresent seas posedly-and edate b
-the world has been searched toprocure larhyin a r day. Five English miles for- about two hours, ft'equentlyervet.Istheirrespctive houses on', the day of h donend-
olov rl omtwohaen suecome..- ar e sultithe only idea you can have of distanGe tvere.finally repulsed, with as is sutop4 I quence of the flood, all of te mills above

ed ll. But these peoplehere know go licha Ioam spelkming,Fr th i s the general opinion, it would ot be exSomefiv
thmiww Bit.no lesead happya I e nof-' p r t caug itht theis afteoon, my dea & Ielpia Co erl er atld or six ni sine, said He, was isave
how toenjoy.life., and b happy, as I first time in y f-I am surp d that n pedent to take thep e, mylif- am surpa & The Pised tt in hi oient to rld or ix mthefie. Major Gate since, said be was insane
have said before. Te work of the day importing fashions we hav not imported and his command hd not certainly give you the first bright cent contains an advertisement signed hy a nnm and frequently told persons that he had
work of the day importing fashions ie hav not import-d and his command had not arrived nor hid n tl, a. I guess,..n.the berOf sMerchants, offer-ncg soet ousand dol- an inclination to kill his wife and family,
over, and they come in crowds here.- this-for the first, I saw the delicate fingers Cat Warton Cat Eli ve r ind in the ashes." I guass, on the r rhant, fearing one thousand dol an inclination to kill his wife and family
They aor toliv, ot live to labor as of woman twirling the dollar and the golden pt Waton. Capt. El s eompa co whole," said tho boy,"wo shanut want lars reward for the detection of the person He is now safely lodged in Liberty
is the sder and hazarding itat the gaming tale. neyofS. C. volunteers fronm Columtb;a tf h imposed upon h editors of that paper, jail.
-- and.tg'ttttteg.. gt.that i" axe of yurn"' by furnishin the citot thetter
as muh Wealth they love If I had noi made up my mind, weeks ago, and Saunder's company, were at Vol- yurn by furnishing them with the forged letter
as uch a we- ot to hard and to topractice the nil admirar in the strange sia for the purpose of establish ;tn from Nashville, allde to in our paper of -----
gaz3 upon it, bt to use it, and to enjoy scenes here, I should have been shocked by large dopot, in which they succeeded The Bishop of Norwich is married to a yesterday. The Phladelphia correspon- Dm CALMRS has undertaken to revise
,w, nl ,.o enjo yarge o pin leP one ssu d ISO
iere tndNffoatnmosphthe fof1roatVouih l in a fewday-,Na tnlhO y, full there fourths is said
sTe ib r n res dent in tI Bish ouse. have ofr atu additiotnul $100 rear o at Tb e n owlniatter.

..A.... Music. Billn~s, the celebrated cofmpl- In Middletown, by the Rev. Mr. Crane Cmpeol '
"T E GA.ZET'f* ser of music, boasted that there was no Rev. Dwight M. Seward, past of the UST receb & BENJAte
poirtindi A0h0 Boston wag notwing Con r pea r SAoLtE. T o L et.
NW LONDON, point in the sence, that he did nont ifully Cogregational Church in New Eritain. to AMIN, 30 ps. English Ingrain and Vene- FORn BSALt TO .,
WEDNESDAY, MARCH, 23, 18 bounded vanity, addressed a note to him Simeon North. youngest daughter of Col tiacarpeting 15 p.4 and 6.4 straw ma This valuable property is situated in the THE Store on the corner of State, and
requesting an interview with him at the At Walnut Hills, Ohio. Rev. Calvin E. Ruggs oil carpets wide. Also, 1000 ps. Fr. street and onti on Bank and Goldat wha Green srees posse. SAL on STAL.he
Whig Nominations. Laimb Tavern on a particular day, stating Stowe, Professor in Lane Seminary to Miss paper hangings, from one shilling to one dol- from whichalltheSteam Boat wharf of April. N. SALTONSTALL.
FoRx ovEnon that he had a question in music to propose Harriet Beechcr, daughter of Lyman Beech lar. ALSO rom which all the Steam oats arrive and March 8 74
o to him, which no other man in Boston could er, D. D. Mahany aud guilt and plain Mahogany depart.-The Hotel is 107 feet from front
GIDEON TOMLINSON. answer. DIED framed looking glasses of all sizes and of the to rear, a dining room 40 feet long, two Ieasofed BeIards
For LicUT. GOVERNOR, Billings met the gentleman promptly, DIED' latest style, dressing glasses and looking front parlours bar noom, lodgmg chambers 90O00 f, clear seasoned boards
and with much self-complacency remarked In New York on the 15th inst. Mrs. E glass plates. 1 79 ball room in the third story-a good dry 150000 t.t ercht do
.EBENEZER YOUNG. that ,e had devoted his life to mus:c, anl lizabeth H. Caverly aged 44fcrmerly of Say 1%EW ~ GO $S cellar also stables, from whence the daily 20 000 do clear plank
For Treasurer, believed that there was no question on the brook. his day received by. line of stages run to Bacon's landing, &c. 30,000 mercht. do
There is no situation in the city more 15.000 Albany pure boards
N NIeEL GOODWIN. ience which hecould not at once answer In Montville March 20th Mrs. Hannah March 18thKIRTLAND & GARRET. derable for a Hotel, being in the centre of 10009 plardk
_A1.TF L NIEL- GOODVIN. and asked what the difficulty was. Watrous, aged 62. March 18th. 7i'. business, an trel, tbeio is 17-1-2t rods 20,000 white wo6d hoards
For Secretairy, The question,' said the inquirer, is business, and travel, the lot is 17-I-2 "rods 20,000 white wobd boards
JONATHAN EDWARDS. one whiclieftects the whole world, and has LATE IMPORTATIONS. from (rnt to rear, and valuable house lots 10,000 yellow pine flooring
JOATmbe ED AR DS, never been settled.' L KIRTLAND & GARRETT, are now o- on Golden street. 20,000 no. 1 clapboards
For Member of Congress, Let's hear it,' exclaimed Billings.' -.-- opening a very choice selection of seasonable If this property is not sold at private 'sale 25,000 no. 2 do.
REUBEN BOOTH. Well, it is this-When a man snores PORT OF NEW-LONDON Dry Goods, both stapleand fancy which they will be sol at auction oR the 12th April 150,000 timber and joist
in his sleep, through at least two octaves, will sell ot ve4y low prices. next. For particulars enquire of. 35 m, no. I shingles
in his sleep, through at least two octaves, A T ." ri "v e s F1 0 Do. 2. do.
SENATORIAL NOMINATION. and so louc as to be heard through the Olac SAMULH P LEE 120 m..2. do.
1st District, WILLIAM W. ELLSWORTH. whole houso, do you consider those sounds o, 10 tonicolfto sced-oilcake for sale b March, 2-2. 8'.v76. For sale by
1 do. SOLOMON OLcSTED. r vocal or ss.rumental music. o arch 17. Sf Socratef, Nrckerson, from M C. STARR & Co.
MScAl. M. COMSTOCK. NOTICE Feb. 2.9. -
21 do. H Y SILL. T ol or t music. Boston, for N. York ; Pranklin, do. do. Mar 22. 6 The Annual Meeing of he Sock h. 7
dth do. A JAH ASIL.NGTON. st. alaz, do.; uth, mnith, de.; Comet, Baker, for 22. 76 The Annual meeting of the Stock ho]
d4th r o t heABIJA HH rARfoNdGT O& Ne LondonfTure Hart.ord & N w London
6th do. JOHN ANDRE WS. N. Haven. Sips. Moses Eddy, fr. Provi- At a court of Probate, held in Lyme, on ders of the Hartford & New London Turn .)SS aS't CoI OailODt
6th do. CHA'S P. HUNTINGTON. [From the Nat. lnt. ot Thursday.] dnce, for New York; Caroline, Ash, front the 14th day March, l180, on the estate of pike Company, will be held at Newcomb's FOUi .
9th do. WM. T. WILLIAMS. rne launch ot the New Frigate CoL vt- New port, forN. Y.; La Fayette, fr. N. P. Richard-P. Beckwith, latc of Lymedeccas- Hotel in the city ofNew London, on Wed THEo subscribers having connected then
l2thl do. BENJAMIN ISAACS. BIA. trom the stocks at the Navy Yard or New York; Brig Licy, assady, Ham ed-Ordered that the Executor, exhibit y the 6th day of April next, at 11 o'- selves in business, take this method to in-
13th do. JOSEPII EATON. in this city, took place yesterday, uder the bg, viia Newor r N n Y. o Administratioi account to this court for ad- clk. A M.for the choice of officers for said fortn their friends and the public that they
14th do THO ASBAKUS. most favorable circumstances. It was a fo17. The rigSub Kinni and justment, at the probate office Lyme, o company the year ensuing and any other re prepared to furnih brass and copo
i5th 'do. JAMES BEEBE. bright,.cool, Spring day; the vessel went the ortatend of Filteer's I uatd,-partof her the 14th daylofoApril, 186o at 2 o'clock-
Sdo0~A~~ PERRY. b^ 1 hcooly the vess went the etnd oa f Flsrs l : -atud-part oo her. th 14th day" of April, 18;JiU at 2 o'clock business proper to be done at said meethig. orn castings at short noice, Machinis n
16th do. NATHANIEL PERRY. o ff lie style; and every thing concurred caro, consisting of Iron and Naval stores, P. ai. and that all persons interested in ,J. 1 ,HAM, 1k. Cloter w are n an orass or
h -"ETEte'MRrBhE1C.. tO'eri w arcnceurnrednt hadb gs
170th do. EBENEZETER BIECLARK. to male the spectacle interesting and grati has bee n landed ai N. London, by the sch. id estate may be notified the executor Colchester, March 14. 76 sition castngs, may depend on having their
ls0 do. OLIVER IH. KING. lyi tombiy ehousnds o persons, amon titt fr t this order to be ublihed in a T work done with neatnips and dispatch.
hiom, boides the ladies, were the Ireai- 10. Schi. Cr.nstitulion and Cutter. newspaper printed in N. London, and post, N. London, hath assigned the 2d Monday of Rudder braces and pilltles, spikes and
--Democraic oiinato. dent of the United States, the Vice Presi- At Mystic, Sthip Eroiaut, Mallory, fr. a copy thereof on the first society in said April next at 10 o'clock A. M. at the Pro sheathig nas fall the fferent sizes and
Democdet, Heads ofdepartmentS, ad tie Mei- So. At, `Ocem,n, with 2,00 bls. w. and 180,s Lyme. bate office in N. London, for the Eappoint all other ship work, at their foundry, water
FoR GOVERNoa, bhers generally of both Houses of Con- and 20,000 lbs. bone. spoke, Jan. 1, ,the Attest, J. R. WVARREN, Clk. 76 men of Comnmissioners on the estate of t. N & SHEET IRON. wate
HENRY OW. EDWARDS. ress. Parachute of N. B. 1300 ns. ,George Destin aie of N. London deceased The subscribers also carry on the tin and
or rasWerp. Ellen News Roo, an aofn,ltB Fa In anled e rI iedi t Y wheln and where all persons interested in sheet iredon business at their stop, main t.
OR LIU'r. VERNOR, F a Cs TV.-About half" past 4 20d New London, all fsinm N.gY. kli Nappren.ice to the Tin. lieest Iron said estate, may appear of they see cause e near state st, where may be had all articles

EB EMAE R STODD RDOWN, 'clock yesterday a erno as sot labor- Fishers Island, hereby tenders hi would be preferred. foundry and plum- and e eard reative the Cash Store in Mn ually to be und in a tin and sheet iron
eoR STODDAR D. ora were engaged n taking downu a high 20. The whole llhet, for N.Y. ining business. A boy corning well recom- NATHtAN RonEas, Adni'r. manutlctory.
o erlneetvall in t abu nt distic, hnghemended as to correct morals and character March 14. 75 James T. Williams,
Sbrik wallwh7 the burnt ditrtet, Oi the prop vill ,be received, to whom good and sufli- George H. Henfleld.
ROYAL R. HINMAN. erty of.Mr. P. Lorillard, opposite hudiun'w Ammi Kining Master of the Brig dicnt encouragement will be offered, Nwao IeorgeOD. arnhie'd.
News Room, a accident occurred by Sublime, of Portland, lately ashore on Other eed apply. n e ftol the country GOODS arch 2. 74
For Treasturer, whwichr three persons were almost instantly Fishers Island, hereby tenders hi would be preferred. UST rec'd at the Cash Store in Maiu AT a Court of Probate holden atN. Lon-
JEREMIA BRO N. killed, and others seriously injured. Whime hearty thanks to the Commander and JONATHAN SIZER, Agent. Street, for sale by. don, within and for the district ofNew Lon-
For member of Congress, several of the laborers were engaged at the Officers of the Revenue Cutter Wol March 22, 70 Ws. SISTARE. don on thel4t day of Martch, A D. 1033.
'fHOMAS T. WHITTLESEY, warpewere e i cotfor their unwearied exertion and e l c March 15th, 7. On thepetition of Nathaiel Partish, of
of Danbury.' warning, it was pulled dow, and six per- ind attention, in rescuing the brig from CY. N TIC guardian to Joshua II. Powers, o Salem, i
S. ,. .-, sons buried ii The ruins.-The names of her perilous situation which must have Csa y en said district, a minor under the age ofTwen-
c-The Amerlcan Rail Road Journal the persons killed, were Wml. Fletcher, been lost without their exertions. -THE academic year Includes three terms Have removed to the oppose side o the t one Yownerpart
locate of eternal Iproveent, or ichael Feurey, resided at 142 Orange AMMI KINING. offifteen weeks each : te first commun- street and have re'd an addition to their ofthe andivided sixth part of a certain part
lnd Advocate of Internal Iprovement, steet ; Benjamin Van Waggener, aged 17, March 22. ing on the first Wednesday in January,- stock of goods which willenable them to ded as follow s Viz. no'-therly on land of Jon.
the last Mhlnth, is received. This we con- and another name unknown ; Woos- ,----- thr second on the first Weanesdav ivn MUay, give satisfaction tll of their cust m ers by Manwarrin lo and others, southerly & caster-
Hider the most valuable monthly periodical,, er, corner Orange ald Leonard-streets, bad vYelr disli ''obac o. and the third on the second Wednesday i selling as cletap as the cheapest. ly by land of Ch'r. A. Minard, the heirs cf
published in this country, and again uig, ed ss dangerously u A superior artele for sale by. Septeh-er. March 15th. 75 Latham Ferry the deceased and Thos. Fitch
T.tITC, 2d, il hes regularlytaug ht; a ed alo ....... e t, .a and westerly by land of Ebenezer Rogers,
it upon the attention of our, enlightened ware, 19. T.eTCH,. t e cgula ly ta g.Wanted .u.edia.el. .do nani n acres more or Rlessn S
readers, for their temporary amusement, and LAilENTABLE CASUALTY. Destruction the French,. Lat.n, and Greek Languages, ONE or two boys from 14 to 16 years of the same farm formerly owned by Mr. Jo-
if tley please, there patronage. of a while family bythe cold. We have FOR SALE.- and Instrumental music, when desired.- age as apprentices at the tailoring busi- seph Powers deceasedand praying that this
.. just learned the particulars of one of the i Sacred Musi6 makes a part of the daily de. ness. H. G- DENNIts. Court would authorize the sale thereof, as per
SA F regret to arn that melancholy circumstances .t has ver TE schooner Rob Roy, tack- votienal exercises, and then tructio re- March 15. 7 petition on file, dated the 14th day ofTvarch,
Ath He I EtN'orwa, tHu ori coun th tfalleu to our lot to record. During te pro- and appae, eighty ie tons qute to it proper performance is satedly ICE Ordered by 1836t tat t last
e inry orwalk fiuron coun traced ilemant eater, muc ear has te, turyears old, copper gven. Ordered y this C t, that th last Mon
Sf eIauT eher wi valnablep been entrt named for the safety o the more fastened, built o1 the best mate-. A library included in'the establishment, THE subscriber intending to engage in day of May next, at 10 o'clk. A.M. be as-
astronmical, poor and destitute inhabits that ride r under the insectinn of the late Capt. oinr wh the pupils are turshed with other business than what he is at present, gned for the hearing of said petition at the
ats, a'cabinet f curiosities, and a library tar up in the mountains, and to approach E W. Ainer, arid well found in sails rig whatever books tley need ir their respect- offers at cost his stock o Goods; ad like- Probate office, in N. London, and that this
is institution was under the patronage of whom -has been impossible from the vast going &c.well known as a regular trader t ie studies, at tile rate of e cent e would lo ren t ale or e he now occupies. He order be advertisedin on a pblic three weekspa, suer
lhe N ,ethods: Er.icopal Church, and was in body of snow upon the ground. The few I'ampico. will be sold at a bargain if ppl- week, or eah volume. Stationary, also, wod also request all persons indebred to printed in New London, three weeks, suc-i y
Sflourhr,g tate. The loss is estimated at warms days have, in a measure, dissipated ctio is made to the bsriber previous to i supplied at the mostmoderate prices meant as soonas the inter's panic (without of heke aringvely, at all persons concerned said day
about 5ju.-Ol., State Journal. the immense snow-drifts, and persons have te 10th of April next. THE REGUA CHARGES AE det s sooas tha e esUbsided pac appearr at said. Court, ifathey see cause,rned mayto
S ventured into the mntains in quest of tin A L. LATHA Fo t oiary brancessuch 11tress. STARK. show reasons if ary they have wy the pray-
.o nIv~ aOSFROMVINES.-lThe ravages be arnd wood, or in pursuit of game. Ma- Preston (Poquctanoctk) March, 19. 76 Reading, Writing, Enughsn iG-ramntar, A. North Lyme, Marchch 75 of said petition should not be grarited.
of thc -..ow -tripd bugs on cucumbers and ny are the objects 0of suffering and. distress COTTON SEED OIL CAK iritnietc, and Geography, 6,00 Certified from record by
n, tridbog evonteudubynift re theet ofuffingcabins, an COTON EED OIL CAEesameftr
mlon,-,'sruas.be ,:t-.il.uaily prevented by sift- tiat bsue from the mountain cabins, orne quantity of Cotton Seed oil cake has The s e rt pursued, wto ilh te Bruces ew .York Tpe FoATHAndry. J. ISHAM, Clerk.March 15.
ing charcoal dut otr tht- plants. Ifrepet- with frozen feet some with frozen hands, been reeved aid is for sale. Waited elements o istoiy, Astronomy and No. 13 CHAMBERS-ST. NEAR CHATHAM March 15. 75
d' t ,oo.-thre ,m.s, Nl,>te plih-. "Ili be en- and some brought in the verge of the grave bushels ogers' potatoes. Euquire of and Rhet 7,00 THE price of Five line Pica. plain and Court Probate or he
l,. It. from no nra. Tl,.:.E is in by absolute hunger. Last Saturday a per- Sinmeon, or HIENIRY S MITIH rThe above continued, with the dead antique, is reducedto 25 cent. r. Ib. and TH CLondon f Prath appointed the 2d M ofn
Shctrcoal. some pr.pern. a6 r ot-.ri.,r,,r. no these son was passing through the mountain, I March 2-2. "' w7 latiguages, the higher branches of Six line Pica arid larger to 20 cents, therel.y London hath appointed the 2d Mon
tr.bubl .m-ut: ..c', ltiit i the11, il o .1it itae when, beyond the Orange county line, he .Mathematics, Intellectual bratch- making these perfect metal types cheaper ty of April next, at 10 o'clock A. M. at
I' stanlt that lt is aph.:d.-irJana Aurora. saw a man, near a cabin, in a setting pos- ALL persons iundbted to the subscriber es o Matiematics, Intellectual and than ary other. te Probate office in New-Lon ondon, for
S .---"- ture and partly covered with snow. en ap are hereby notified, that if tlhy iishl to save the experimental Sciences, $8,00 This Foundry has a most extensive and hearing he Administration account on the
S 'r DiARTMii .-The U. S. ship Vin- proachiig, he discovered that he was frozen expe they must settl bfor th 1st o ADDITIONAL CAGE 00 unparallel assortment of Plain, handed, Con esat of.
cfnnes, commanded by master commandant to death, and that he held in his hand a Ap. arnext. COIT. For the French language, 6, denied and Ornamented Types, by which a EWnARD DESHON,
John H.Aulick,was atOtaheite Sept.19, wooden shovel with which lie had evidently Instruental Music 5 Priters at the letter-press are enabled to ate of Mobile in the state of Alabama, de
18335, where she arrived the 5th of that month been laboring to open a passage from his -~ S or $10, according to the age or attain- rival the impressions from copper pate ed in ceased, whe and where all persons ineres-
from Nooahevah,; one of the WV,asintorn snow-bound habitation., atistying himself' J Jt Reeivcd. ments of the pupil, beauty, fancy, and tasteful display. ted in sar d estate may appear aod be heard
group of islands i. the Pacific c.:.. :" that.the man had been some timo'dead 1 hlris. good retailing molasses 'itty cents per teim is charged as rent- The assortment embraces 2)0sizes or va thDreond
tiing worthy-oT note had occurred since they he entered the cabin, upon the floor of 10 btxes brown llav. sugar There is aho a charge of fuel proportion rieties, from twelve line pica to pearl, ef DANIEL DESHOr4 Adm'r.
parted from- the Lsrandywinc, Cor. V -takn iih, to his infinite horror, he found the 1 do whit Hay. do, ae to the quantity consumed. Board in Roman, Italic, Black, Antigue, Italian Ti- New London March 14th, 75.
worlthin July last, at Caln o.oard at Oten frozen bodies of a middle aged woman and 1 do loaf sugar respectable families may be had at reason- tle, Shaded, Script, Backslope, German,
heita, merin ay ef there by bowhalers and two children, He immediately raised the 2 hhds. St. Croix do able prices say from $2 to $3 per week. T LE
ept ed oe p mr-ince b-:tre aralng. Intended neighbors, the nearest of whom resided 13 bags Rio, Java, St. Domingo, and It is important that all who purpose to at THE- bJohn A
S.t f t rly and Feee attedistance ofa mile and a halt, and on Lagutra coffee tend should be present at the commere- Text, Ornamentedi Music, &c. and also THE house now occupy by J
to' pst, ioeng at sorme of ,intermediate further examination, it was ascertained 35 chests Hyson, young Hyson, sou- ment of the term. The second comment Piece Fractions. Superior, Space Rules, Smith, it the sooth part of the town-it is
d, n-xit tni Pclow aiand and froth from appearances, that they had consumed, chong, Pouchong and Bohea fresh ces on the 4th of May next. Astronomical, and other Signs Ornamented, very convenient for on large or two mall
thence to China, where they expected to ar- every particle of food and fuel, and pereevd teas D. .IUNTINGTON, Principal Dashes, Long Braces, Brass Rules, and families. Possession given the first of A-
rive by th@ 1st of Jan. 1836. All on board ingno likehhood of the storm abating, it is 10 boxes chocolate: March 22, S8w nearly 300 Borders, and more than 100t pri next. Apply to
were in good health, supposed that the father was attempting to 50 mats cassia, 20 lbs nutmegs w A Cuts, or Ornaments, for newspapers, School Tarch HOMA IloaR.
cl'ar a path to some woods, which lay a 25 lbs. cloves, 2 sacks pimento FOR rA E. Books, and.Scientific works. March 8. 74
SINCREASE OF THE ARMY. hon.t distance from the cabin, when he ex 2 sacks pepper 3 j.BLS flour, 25 bis. beef and pork, The subscribers firnish Composing-Sticks
m ,, t pired ; and the mother and children, being n0 boxes Fresh laisins 2 tierees huney Cases, Chases, Galley, Furniture. Paper, NOTICE.
The impression.. seems genray destit'ue offood and fire and poorly clad, 6 casks Smyrna do. hhds ad 8 Ink, allnds of Printing Presses, and every ALL persons ha g unsettled accounts
pevail, and wethink very justly- that could ot have long survived him. It is- 30 drums figs d beroaand p suga article required in a printing office. They with the subscribers previous to the 1st of
I ciulan l l fotceaveaoong ,uu mendhim 8 do. brown Hay, do. tilso execute orders for Stereotyping. 'January, will center a tfavor by calling and
the small force of about 6000 men, d,ili'.,,t to imagine a situation more replete 10 boxes oranges, 5 do lemons 16 bags coffeelso eecute orders for Ster who publih thi January, will coner a aor by calling and
which we dignify by the name of The with horror and distress than was that 'of 5 sacks filberts, 2 do almonds 4 do. pepper aud pimento Printerrs who publish this settling h same.
Army, ought to be increased in a ratio' this liaiortunieat, family, when they left all 10 blis crackers 15 boxes Shocolato advertisetent (with tins note) three times S.R. ADAMS & CO.
corresponding with the increase of pop.- the tur,,nuis ..1- cold, hunger and approach 8 do. pilot bread 50 mats cassia before the first of July, IS36, and send a March 8. 74
ulation. In obedience to a resolution of tg death. Noilh River Times. 10 firkins butter 25 bis. crackers paper containing it to the foundry, shall re
the a o e ab has e t..._ 12 casks cheese, 5 bis mess pork 45 chests Hyson, Y. hyson, Imperial, ceive payment when they make a purchase hOTeICE.
the Senate, Major Genera lMacomb a 10 boxes candles H. skin, Poucnhong & Souchong teas, from the Foundry of four times the amount ,' HE partnership heretofore existing be-
submitted to that body a plan of organi- We understand, says the Alexandria Ga- 15 boxes soap 15 boxes arid kegs tobacco of their bill, The publication of our former teen the subscribers, under the nama
zationfor the Army, increased to 10,000, zete tat th subject of the purchase of T 25 kogsand boxes tobacco 100 ddz. Mrs, Miller & Co, cut tobac- advertisement is hereby forbidden. and firm of
en, without adding to the number of as from the Mexican Government, is under 10,000 Ha. ars, co, 2 bls and 5 Jars snuff GEO. BRUCE CO. OW & TNER
ff He proposes that there, consideration with te Executive. t s 15,0b00 A00. do. 500 segars,15 boxes oranges and New-York, Jan. 23, 75,
should regents of artilleryr ea confidently believed by many, that the Presi 3 bIs.snuff, 8 dHz. brooms lemons, 20 boxes raisins The acs ths day b limitat firm of Darron.
h l .e 8 regiments of- i^ erent and Ue Cabinet are In favor of toe do p obox str 4hbis. do, 15 drums figs The accounts of the late firm of Darrow
copof 100 m ensure, and tie Cabinet all recommend it to Con 2 do. pails, boxes starch 10 sacks almons and Madeira nuts & Turner, will he settled by S. R. Turner,
making iveth 0 non-ecommissioned assure, a 8 kegs ginger, 14 sacks salt Brazil nuts and fibes tNOICE. who will continue the business at the old
m making, rth 20 nn-commssione r 10 rmnu w n papers ad filb erts PURSUANT to an order of the lion. the stand. A. C. DARROW,
st.a lor m, THE CEEK NDA. e 0 do. wrapping papdo.er 10 box cades, 5 do soap Court of Probate, for the district of N. Lon- Mar. 1, 1836. S. R. TURNER.
ginients of inlrirry. e ch comprising (Al.) Intalligencer, of the 20th ult, says :- 10 Jars Macaboy suiff 8 doz. brooms, 6 bxes pipes do, directing and authorizing the Adm'r- of _L __
eight coinpinies of 72 mien each, inak- l" We understand that recent information 70 sides sole leather 2 tierces Saleratus 8 do elover seed th estate of Edward Deshon, late of Mobile,
ing, with 36 non-comnissioned staff, received by the Executive of this State, in- 2 doz calf skins, 25 lbs. Irish shoe do Tiothy do. 2 do furce top do. t ise tlite ol Ahbabama d-ccased, recpresen- R. TutNE, has just recei-ed froni
5220 : On regiment of dragoons, com-! duces the belief that these Indians are ma thread, 15 boxes 6 by 8, 7 by 9 and 15 hhds N. E: rum, 20 bis. Ellsworth's tdminisut t, be soldtby t e m Nee Yor, i, adceensc r
rising 715 men. Aggregate 9955 pepati n ho ites 8 by 10 gass, 25 buags shot gn, 8 oanitn do. A dst'ed estate of said lecasd-o fift met of Dry Goods, Carpeting, Ru

,orde ed ou t l poitra ls, 5 Imo. S ro "tRuin. ii du. ido~amaieido. ceased, one fifth of the Yellow house and &c. which he vil sell at the very lowest
SBarbaro wit. The b is not be stationed at the d foerente points an act 3 do, old Jamaica do. 3 do. N. Orleans do lot near the residence of Capt. A. Mather, prices. Customers are invited to call an.
ets wi,t; hut it is not always that the best as a corps of observation for the progecion l do, old Jamaica do. 4 esH 6 half pies F. Brandy one fifth of one half the red house nearly op. examine his stock, before purchasing else
thingware said before the bar. A poor fel-1 of the inhabitants near the Indian location 2 pipes Holland gin 4 Amies ca do 8 ps a posite the same, one fifth ofa lot of land near where purcain else
low, in.his examination the other day, was in the Eastern part of this State. 6 half pipes Fr. Brandy 40 c asks Madeiran Merado, les Muscat i to te me-all subject to certain incmn- nr arch 7 74
.asked if he had pt been in the court before 5 qr. casks do Manisa, Lisbon, Teneriffe, St. Lucas, anrid' berances-all fornlery part of the estate of the
S-and what for. (He bad been up for body Loco Foco AND LUCIFER MATOIIES. 10 bls. Spanish brandy Malaga wines, Also, An ass rtment of above named Danmel Deshou, Esq late doc'd NOTICE
'stealing.) It was for nothing at all, said A gentleman residing in one of tbo most 25 casks port, old Madeira, Sicily Ma- Iron and steel by tocm o the 1th y fAp,
thI humorist, bhonly rescuing a fellow exposed parts of Chapel st, exhibited to us deira, Canary, Tener.ffe, St. Lucas, sweet SMITH & BECKWITH. 1835 at the above mentioned house on Baik AT a court of Probate, holden at N. Lori
.crittr from the grave." this norning a box ofLucifer matches, Mala and Marseies wines March 22. 76 st. at 10 o'elk. A. M.--also, on fifth of2 do, tfobr the district of Stonington, on th
grae. -aa- a shares in the New LOndon Bankl at the same 2d Monday in Februaly 1836. The sub.
"A housein West Springfield, occupied by and ihad evidently become the subject of 2UO bush, coarse Ant. salt. m. seasoned eastern boards, 7t D.ANIEL DES ION, Adm'r. iseioer were anointed bysaid Court comH.,,
JobBryant and his family, eight in number, spontaneous combustion, the whole mass 1 cask superior honey at rlaite, 1 19 m.clear do (lt George H" j of san oi
-was burntn on the night ofthe,3d inst. The being charred, but fortunately not inflamed Hats, boots and shoes, and the best as 10 m. refuse do \ late corge laley jr.) of said Stnington,
-4famiiy -were all asleep when the house was min consequence of the exclusion of air. The. sortment of ready made clothing in this 20 m. Albany do Office of the New York, Providence and deceasea represented insolvent, to receive,
dscovered by a neighbour tobe in flames, and fact presents a Caution to those who use city, for sale at as low prices as canbe 50 m. spruce joist timber Boston Rail Road Company. examine, and adjust the claims of the credit
"they were awakeried only in season to es. the article, which should be kept in a place bought elsewhere by 50 m. shingles NEW YORK, Feb. 29, 1836. Itors to said estate-and said court hath al
capeintb.irnihto s ae ld be insured under any THOS. FITCH, 2d 30 cass Provideace ime.-for sale by At a meeting of the Board of Directors, s decreed, tat six months from the first
-- circumstances. Wanted, for which cash will be paid, ROBERT COIT. he this day, an assessment of Five dollars pulitiontol tchisnotrce, be. allowed and
Capt -Goodrich of the barque Galaxy, -" ^-" _'.--- white beans, oats, furze and red.top seed. Ma March 2. 76 as laid upon each share of the Capital limi oh redltors of aid estate to ex
writer that the caus of his getting ashore MARRIED, March 22. 76 Just etleiVed. stock of this Company payable at their of- bt several clai y attedto
rlte. thate a's i atng tsere 10 tubs and kegs butter, fiee, no. 177 Pearl street, on the 28th Mar. the subscribers ob s debarred a recovery
at Barnegatwaw mistaking the light at In this city by the Rev. Mr. Mefwen on FOR SALE, 7 casks cheese, 20 boxes oranges and next. Five dollars on each share payable thereof according to law. And in pursu
that place for the Light atbthe Highland Thursady evening last Mr. Thomas McKin ITHE subsciber having made up his mind lemons, 10 boxes raisins, April i9th ext ; and fie dollars on each ance orf our appaomtmnent,, we hereby give no

being totally unaware that there was any strey to Miss. Cornelia C. daughter of Hen o leave tins place, win sell hla house, shop 25 drums figs, share payable 20th April next following-I ce, eet ton t I purpose ot
Jightl at the former place. The Bsrne-. ry Douglass, Esqr. and barn with 3-4 of an acre of land situated' 50 bis. Flour., Thbe transfer books will be closed firomnthe receiving and examining the claims of'the
at Light was erected within the last In this city on Monday morning 21st inst. on the turnpike road at the south end of 10 do. pork 25th to the 29th March inclu ive; and for cleditors to said estate at the house of Na
da t -n the absentee of- by the Rev. Robert A. Hallam, John Brande- New London. Posession given immediate 10 do. mess beef, tthe wo preceding and following 'days of thamniel Cliff, in Stonington, on the 12thl
year it(ding the absence of Capt. G. ee Esq.toMiss SarahCaufield, eldest daugh ly. 15 sacks salt. For sale by each of the two other assessnae ys o day of March and on the 12th July 1836.
and is said, that no notice of sestab- ter of Dr. S, G. J. doCamp of the U. S. JARbD S. SMITH. SMITH & BECKWITH. JOHN S. CRARY, Pres' & Tr at 10 o'clock, A. Al, on each of said davy.
Sjl.hment has ever been published. Army. March, 22. 70. March t5. 75 N. York, Feb. 29. 74' NATHAN DAIorLc, .( Commission-

--.- --^ ":^ '~' **"'" w toVcs. LADiu.SGATc.Er R. sA13-. f 1 iE~L 2 WiiE G STk 'lJi TO RHUA.A'fC INVALIDS Neclk tock & brelast
tioXKES brown itva ngar S MlTH BECKWI7 fil have just received THE subscriber is manufacturing beaoti- IIAS just received a new Ek.SONi suffering under i-hon,ani a!. f ,, LARGE assortment or the above arti
do 0."0sofGo at-factorynpriessCpply of (-,a0arSiifhthiiP ciiu,,siiretoespctllly sfuredtatt clet, ofr every variety and of the bat
I ein ,d 0.Gr do 50 of Gouldr Tholrp's fcrimprovedlcookin de tieo "easure, or supplied ready made. als y liue of huslnes--cousis a t of "h1 ro, ,or adls a t "quality, mav be found at tile store of
thhlsPPorto Rico Mblalse toaeS, comprising an assortment of differci i" iid osDt b.e urchosied ri e th y as le o h -Oi .'ct .LVEIt 0ae S e Ni.l or ai is BELDEN itS(0.
4 .Yei db n .gof Hs yt's pattern, James patterns (madl, re requested tu sall and examine his assort latches, Engi Plit" pl"it d" eIlSM. however 'bnIIte the disorder ma S ept. 1 47
b-oe Cuba do l ags) do improved saddlebags with rounI. ,et C .BUTLER. I reach lvpi do. be, tind i1 all its rlifferi-n sai7es.
12 sacks Laguira & St DonmagoCoffoe oil-ersAlso-n assortment of Frankli *July tl. 41 iWatch chains, eals fai T)R. JEBB'S
Stiercesric,5 1O matls eassia & 100O feet stove pipe keys, Eac riifgs, breast RHU.1. 2TIC LIIMENT! DR. SI.E I ,
A0 bats shot t.... ,.t it,.i ....D *LL persons are hereby foribid tn enernacl, pis '-ud iW fider ritil. imueiaeon Deotist,
er' superior powder in canisters r a'. a ,,pon my land at the corner of Main and SILVER A \VAREl. ill aff.,rd ieniftediate relie'i ta)e wdi ti and OULD teke thls method ofinforming
i clstl. hyson, young hlyssn, hysonaskin HAIS Richards streets, or use it for any purpose fI a sonse t e1 e ;,o rea ,i, cah es. 'rin- homiafy ucet s as ,, to cle, ift ostch e the inhabitants of Nevw London, and
Cad ooeeel) ca teas, 1l0 bl. crackers arddoFel toegs, ever te i casesraordinay UCCeS as t)Ceth.ot
10 h;I. e tekers ,1rs LZsW- SubScriber as r s.e Farb .,'thout s agree n B ECKst with me,
f)no N"Yoikpilot bread cyfand irr inthr Chairs of th lfNov. 17. 69 hi fbles, Uutter knfiv,.s, pi,,knives, scissrsfr` ihes 11ifffyearssta noting. general assortment o intcorruptible or Parrce-
Sbo l cy and in r Char Wait f t o.7. les of various pattern., pfy .ls This highly valuable linfiment is rccom lain teeth ; and every convenience fonall
1 do seap, 14 sucks fine selt newest fashions, and a variety of pat- Razors ad str.ps. Steel spetacles, i-llildo. mf.. ded witi a cunfidence fided un the ex knt!s of operations upon the teeth and gums.
10 h *h StL Ubes doa rr03s, which he will sell cheap for cash. 2iry grou~Ili White lead. es, Beads. Silver c uro and a ice,Stel pens tf pference of many years, not oirly as a cur fiis work hle will warrant to be as well
120 r eanis wrapphig paper W'). HALL, Englisa Vene:ia'h red different kinds.Cii. and Coial hads. for that excructaf.ig disease, but 5s an ex done, and as cheap as can be obtained i
2do writid l t N.London, Julvy, 1823. &1 French Yellow PLATED WVARE. c lleit apict i,,,t .fess te jofnt this, city. He respectfully solicits a share
25 boXer antd kegs tobacco e Chirome Green Castors of various patterns, Table and tea Nu, es. a hilb s, c. ofthe pu'lic eptronae.
f5 dihvelirt o nstarcn, de lfpe do Yellow spoons, jorp l~lles, Cream spoons, salt d. This article is considered so superior to e^ of the pu' li patronage.
2f ks pepper, doalspi O'' E odleafrand Brewnye Tea ngs, Canrdle sticks of various patterns, cry tlig else, and to possess suclunon:- lSpt. .
lithds New Run o T. WIL ILIAMS offers his servi- o00 gal's Cupal Varnish Chamber do, Snuffers and trays, Butter knives, I' viflues, hit it is urnered from distant-
SdoSt Croix' e ces to the public, as a Spts. Turpenftine Pearl saft spoons, Bri'tania tea pots, Coffee 1,, parts of tlie country. ris-r. r ederiea c C locker,
S1o N 0 i, 1 Io old spirits Wit 111, gnr c with o geferhl assirterit of psiits, brushes Pocket bonks, bead purses, 'eruvin capls, [L- AI aIenit recently r nriles-"'- Please SURGEON DENTIST,
4iNes Hol'in Tin Va'C &ip S ic'ct gi'On grading eoeli &c for sale by Bacon's patent lamps, fof halls ad scores. *send ,e a l"riher shpily ( Jebb's Lihfifent (Pupil of the celebrated Mr. Fox, of
2 pipes French Brandy, 4 eir casks do fl danuH acturer B. C. BAXTER. Aaent Wooden clocks of the first quality ; ud mia- the first ,ppornlfity-I shall probably ell a Bi:idge Street, Blackfriars,London.)
1) bis Spanishb Brandy iin street N. London -all orders in ny other articles too amnnerous ti melion., considerable (quaitity, as it ia recoiinnided l E G, leiav' to in.urm fl lit inhabitants of
20o bit Eilsworth and N York tin s- line thankfully received and p etu- 30 CA'.KS fre.ih Provideize Lime, N. B. Watches ul every descripfici repair hby some of our physiyials very highly. al- New-Lontipn, aid its vicinity, that he
10 bis whale ojl Peachl'Orchard coil from Sphin's veist ed. Silvsr spectacles and Thimbles made tSi thluigh contrary uto their rules alld t seula- has taken an office over the store of Cady &
5 do sperm, 25 asks wine lly attended to." sad Lackawania Coal, delivered in lean order anil also repaired tions to tive eecollrAemelCUt to such (or pat- BeIj,iIini, where he intends pin ling his pre.
12 d,.iCordial,-for sale by Dec 26. 81 limps or broken and sreiened, for 75 cts April 21. 22t eit) imedi. inies.u'-tiLut is a most decided essioni in a:l ts various bra inches; and tru-t,
Ot T TRO'S"FITCHI2, 3d a.ditional pier t6n proIof t their confidence in its invaluable ,,g ,tat his.iodern method of treating all ca.
Cotton Bi.tiln Maihlte raises, Snap, stone grates. O. P. RAM SD ELL & CO properties, es relation to
l. t batting, e Cook ing stoves a variety of iattera rev l Another agent writes--t I wih you to for- DENTAL SURGERY,
N T 2300 lbs. cotton batting, ofa superior INtt's stoves for hurting Coal TAVLjust received a lage. ad complete ward me son,,i ui, e ofJebb's Li,,init, whicn ns well as the ext'ience le has artluired at
NOTICE. quality done up in half pound bun- Slfnor's do, For sale b 4 irtt a lesotnient of BOOTS & SHOES which ,has ricu nendel itself very lighly.", te v s ls t s i gla wil 1 tit
HE suhsriber,will let the honse and store dles-for sale-by F: B.-LOOMIS. ROBERT tOIT. wnf be sll,. at low prices, by t ae,de, rice 0 cents a bott o hi t tirconfidece, he respectfully solicits
n. d stables which he now occfiples at the Sept. 50 Set. 9 48 or'single pair. their tronence, he respecully olic
west part of the cfit, dear Truman's brook.- St. 9 LrKEWISE, thMr l d ,t h t e
P'sesiion gtn "or beforethe I.t day o PAINTS OIL, & LASS. o in 00 thick pr. thick ools of tlia best qa 1 The Painful d debilitating Complaint C. uldadd, tt he sertse or
April next 18"38. 'Re will also sell 2 horsesheGdO CS&iel pr boy's boots. bout'O. .I*K.1 "ptif P E P fble ir Porcelauin teeth, fromnqne te a cot-
2gig 3 caresses. 1 wa.on, t sleigh, &c. 5U ron Is. gr Wtd verdigris, ,tl.t ,Is'fllk.ceo 9 receives Imiediate relief, andl in numerous tote set ut the latest imprw'd style-of Deu
CHAMPLIN GARDNFR. 5p i Cannisters, 50 boxes 8i by 10, 7 by 9 NEW AND GENERAL assolm"" instances has been thoroughly cured, by tbe st Mechanism..
ans4 n by 8 glass-for sale low saby GoLonas and Crokcry-'_:esh groceries riceladministratio of H fendance from 9 until .
I T.COMSTOdCT. Lyime. Oct. St& Paten$Prin en n l ooe April 15. d
S7.ept. 4 O .VE. THIS approved compound also mitigates
For Sal-e. t..o d '3' ,L EUINE .Er'PET C iides sole leather together With P. LOW & CO, andt removes the svmptonfs which frequently GGId's Inioii Ovea.
r nLOT otlirnd in Stonington, on thloe r -RIGINAL & ENUINE RPETIC ood asortmnt ofupper leather, ralfad accompany y that disorder, and increase tile .IG.HLY recoinm.,eided by Praofesso
.-rmtonSn-tniontt nnBough, to 'Palcaite one ose Liainea t. oroccoskins-this lay received and fr sale OUIDc all the attention of thepublie tol danger of thepatient, viz; pains in the loins, G odrich and Pr,,testr Sillim an
tmrilfroin P>ti-a ca an bout'halfa mile from f fi F.B. LOOAIIS Id their new Pateut Cookiig Slove, got tBp the -Heada.he--loss of appetite-ludigestion, e; prsns of high authority, for dnritbiliti,
he Rnil rad. It cofisists of about 30'ft acres of A S Remedy is recommended as Specific 7fy last winter. It is nit oeemedl necessary to and other mar'kssff debility. on e and economy,
good lad, house, crib, and some other build. for allditeiases of'he Skint. Pice 1 dollar. say more, than that great pains have been A relived Patient writes fro;n a distance -ALO-
ings--it ia well watered, and under good igm- nCERTIFICATE. ALT-500 bushels Coarse Anierican stilt, taken to render this stove as perfect as p .I'i ilt is butju. tice to you to inform you, that
improvement, over 400 fruit trees of the best va- Having applied the above preparation to a j,,st rec'd and for sale bky. bli and to ,, ,.: it in such maner as to I have usd your D ies remedy for the .l e v
riety i the State. For further information, scro'fulous affection on my face, I have vfoeund T. FITCH, 2d 61 combine 3..",.-.y ...I co,venienee .Piiles for somtniatc past, and have found it An article highly recooieinded-n gonod.iub-
apply to LOU1S PLMER. perfect relief, auo feel happy to ;ve.testimo- Three boilers are placed firecily over the enmiuently successful stituie for a brick oven, sn.vig lii its opra-
now on the Pretiies. ny of itsutility. A. S. MITCrELL. CORDAGE. fire. so that a very small quantity f fuel only Timh remedy is quite innocent, and may be tions both time ad uiel. Both the ovens far
Stonitt-ats, Dec. 12. 65 Yale Colege, Feb. 21, 1I3.- WHALE Litnes, tarred and Manilla cro. a required to +,w thie cuokiing, Iboiliig, &c.- administered to all act's an both sex'.sn- bkiin. ialeafs, pnrtry &,:. surpass any things ti
The above mentioned Medicine was taken dage of all sizes and best quality constantly The construction el tli front is such, as tit Plai and ample Directions, with a descrip- lthe ki.d now kinii. I hbyare iannufattured d.-
-Flour B-tter by .my Sreefemy endatiun. N. -or sale by :t adm t a large tin reflecting uven for roasting tion of the, conti)laaint,acom-n any each prack for sale by the subscriber at his Tin ware aurd
r I tor B SILLIMAN. lyr W L WILLIAt & A. BARNS. r baki, ae hicl .. swes a .,t exel' aige, wtich ouusistss of two boxes, )ne cu- Shet ir Manfaclty on mai heea few
F' 'orsn lle, y & T "e.2 leit purpsee for t i.o.Ae uss. Ov einIA'I tai f tig i t ni O inlmei.i. a d thf other aR' Elect- reds front S tate street where the public areo
0 BL['S. western flour, best brands "SISTTARE & STODDARD. 31 Feb. 22. y72 also be pla'cetd, uiner the Stove inl the sI;iaie uary, Price $1 for lioth articles, or 50 cents retuliested to call and exanins, and to test
24 firkins butter,-for sale by t anier as those under the rotary, tjil Irto, where but one is wanted. their utility by ti al
F, E.CfHXPPELL. JOHN P. TROTT, Itiitaaortailt fli.forinS ation. getlher with an oven in the stove, maiki's it JAMES T. ILLIAMS.
De1. 15 6 Continuesbtisinessat the To pe sons afflicted with rite I allowing couin ore complete than any heretofore offle'red f'o UlIb U3.J tfFO
Soll stand, a few doors p saints, viz Scrlfifla, Lepresy, Salt hi iir'., sale in this city or c tuntiy. Boi., RelatiDi BU'iFR
PATIDIE'oS ORIGINAL LEATHER west of the Gazette Of- St. Anthony's l'ire, Fever sores, even slien ing and Baking are all done at the bailne tin r
PRESERVATIVE OR O1L BLACK. ice, and offers for sale the bones are affected, White swelings, vio- aund i th'ticss manner. .... i- .IT
an aiortmeitt of(War- lent xitiliIns after nie.,zles, Scrvy. Foul Fes This Sove i, ,made from best No. pii itoi, HF extensive sale an'l esiblishei rept- H ATIING Copper of the firr
ING. rauter and other Waich tearing Eruptionis, Pij)(eted asnid catbuncled aI' has a double oven plate throghli which the ,im tatioti of DUMFBRIES' .I 'Cil OINTMENT, quality, both Ar.eriepan and Frg-
A PATENT COMPOsITION for cleansing, .es. Watch chains,Seals ees, Sore Eyes, Sore Legs, S aid Head, Ul circula:e, preveitig th e pt-sibiitf of I'uaIn e rcourages fhe Proprietor to recommend it h 'manitfcture, for cl at NewT trk
Iourishing, preserving and -endl-in til e and keys-Silver T'able, Icets, Vsneitial "lTaints when Mercury has fail in Sin the oven during ithe ior es ol ntakiog. with ieneted contfildece to the pt-blic, as a
olor of leather, rendering it soft ind elastic Desert, and fle, spoons. Milk ladels, and Su ed; and all "diorder arising from an iinlre For sale by ROBERT COlT. most innocent as well ,as powerfull appliea- pit'es by N. S W. WV BILLINGS,
-.ind when completely filled, impenetrable gar bolds. of the besf qunaliv, Silver and sieel l ate ol the Blood anit Humors-are assured to ,nn for this aunnyinu disease. Ti most in- -I
yor Aterproof-for Boots & Shoes Har nountid Spectacle's 'ad Goggles, Silver anud that NlOTt veieate cs-. have been c.ed in one ou. s O, P. lAMSDELL & CO
Trs s steel top'd thimbles, Silver Iencil cases, ever DR. RELFE' THE Icturrs, on Na al Philosophy, y this much esteemed oiurnt. i contains .
sses and travelling Trunks. It is invalua- pointed, Jewelry, Plaed, Britania and Jap. BOTANICAL DROPS, Astronomy and Chemistry, at the N. Lofi- to Mercury, or other nox ons itstredient, amid AVE just returned fumaBoston with a
Is. Fortale by the dozen orsingle box by pan'd ware, ani a great many olher things continue unrivalled, don Fenae Acadn.m widl b. continued eay hb confidently applied vven ti the yont. large and frehh bsosrmert rf flois, and nhee.
P. RAMSDELL & CO. Lot enumerated, usually kept in connection for the P evention, Relil, a.,d Cure of these children, or to pregnant feiles. Price hch will be sold at low prices, by the case
san, 19. 67 with the ai. suve comfplainits, Di proof of which, read the follow weel(ly on Tuesdaly, eveninsrs, to ccmrnl.nce 37 1-2 cents. or sitv'le pair.
.-- 'r --a- g at t7. o'cl'k. precisely. Tickets (at 1 *1-2 ,Non ne genuine tiles signed on the out Nor.24. 57
TO L-t. Et'na Insurance Co'nniany' Remarkable cure of a case 12 years stand crnils) to be had at the Book stores. side printed wrapper by thesole proprietor. T.
A FARI situated in Stonington, 1 mile HARTI'1UORD, dirg. Kidder, immediate successor it the late Dr W NE'W--LONDON MARINE AND
f'romPatic"tuc bridge, wuildi vill keep Ag p it hs air na Extract of a letter. Sir- 'nMy Ie, whichsIN0 TI 'C E, 'I. f fowi'ay. For sale, with all tile other
IG afrom Paucet bride, whh i e appiated the subscriber' a -heR dd 5t ok hke na tuman hmb, sN R.now ,
12 .cows and other sto'k isn ropirtion2,s make lhrae lit ealo befre(lid notlooklike a tiolimb, is no y Meis" at oCtutigRom, E.LC
'h nd un op, after re sisglig e vey other appliea A LL pron owing the l]ae firm of C. N,,. 9, next do,,rto .1 Kidder's D,'nig Store. a "
suitably divided idto mowing, ppserturing, ofeahi Coupany against dlnaice tiy flteon Nil.9,nnr 12 veards r Previmmnsto takng,. yoKrdI Chew & Co. are armn in.orned sni tor 'h'mrorfer rof Cultt .tn'.lI iuovder streets, agiI
nil plonughlan, with ood orcharding. buhlings tr property tt miri i asu r'iceI
ton Jan. 10. 67 large aund t lit ad ts Ah e e An Aent wri es There less paid in twenty O A f Isurig against los by Fire an
are et, td it s a ern tkig Botannic Drops, evi be lolt with Ian attorney r s ttleent. s. we by sea aai ntl s Fr250,000

A l l e sa b 'lh. VEGITABL FE IALE PunLS hemostreasonabl eter ms, TOh e- O TO Ly I-* HE-c which His ,,ilrmly attended ote a a b lsofc
IrstofJanuay anext.. a N slibeTIts ^ ied ,ft ersoso Tt'is 0 of t.lhe cois ampany ito tpec i a keptot
.' SAVaLIAN HALEY, Oaondc Fti ele Obstrtuctins t wd it- Pcre, t, itey ,i or i, nw Custom House, now nmctited by Mrs. s,,quent a, a,,d tb're aFii demands fard it, i- Bank at t,direme op p ri
AV RY OY tS .T.e.hgulariies*. te,'ae ihol, "th e Brown. Also. th. house aw"iyin". g.Occr- h cansed the rpri r ti appoint Agents in B t.t y oppO 0
The h hereaftr,rill c continued at HESE diseases which are unerrgly fa- They are also tho best Spfiug and Autum- pied by Mr. Eph'm. Chesebrongh. Also, .hffrenthpart" the State fr c Tneclt.Ct,tor eerc t' otel.
the old stod by timely relieved, arc ter l sic. Brack house, where the subscriber now the ccm dan of the ph Director of the company are,
1 SAV1L1AN" iALEY. ized by the fbllowhng train of symptoms ; Pale- Pine $1, or 6 bottles for S5. resides. Fur further particulars, e; qure of The eff'es t f this alavn ar tse e!] knowue Ric aR n LA..V, AwNBR BasprTT,
th c.12 63 uness nf the countenance ; sortist oftbreah Jo.Nt DEeHON. d ostofaesoe&'yspei thatel i' T JofpH LAWRnIiCB
TO andtremlinnat the st,,uacha palpitation of DUM FRIES' REMEDY FOR Jan..11 c6 ,a r cle,b or i rfc .n w .oa kesk
t r a la i the heart; aNeW ity; costivenestrFlatulency I- nte uint- r. t erelit asaya, i seralrir i A' FrlhtK, IpD'H I ,pfffTioGTOr
THLE Store formerly occupied by thesub- cold eniremiies; swellings s tct s ad ra- .tligt THE PILES. I stahn eut m'nre on ihtu ConplaintF or Dis- ofY; n nbi "he9 ASA F sn,
serber-cornertof John & Water street l- kles,t anie eventually flt trie fsyn.,i:untis ofa l.ladNE of teB br st a Alsmost thorouh.it rem. seCa t ai i oc'i cs ees id tI e I consilr this Salve eticacious in A sA OTS, Gdirety opposite Frin
Possession given immediately, or the D st.f co f iid dr isy, or an incurable Cousum t- dies known for this troublesome rom Collector's Oice. N. London, re, mvi-H-LMao -ide, brst, shruh!,ltr, crick RiotA LW, Presidtnt.
TheApril next. i t.'reaftrvil It h es more perfectly rts- uuerd ptie .Tan. 25, 1836. l no th'e back, teak jou.ts, thosi e that have heei CitLV'hf C'EW .rretary.
JOSEH IT persons thus afflicted, are respectfiy invi- pros for which it was intended th, any A VESSEL of about Forty one tons bur- ibelno.ated. broken or otherwise ,jured, pain in .aThe D ore fnv will take risks, t

n* decided superiority over every o)her prepare atnd permanent ielief, both froa,'the disorder, dried pounds weight, and a lantern conta.nin.;- b ..renh. ,.xterna! ,v,,,n{ds. c".s hrbises,. k.., the am-tut i *5000 each on Ma'nu
Sions of the follind, csists in he oyllowin par- I self, and s acc lempaning symptoms in. eids. Fur furthlve w icks.dein for af rheuae c lats sne ic,wellin ol faci e of al kinds. al thsit i rae
iculars; They were invented by a person oi:s, vertigo, head achei, loss uf appetite. ING IG[rT, has been moored near Birtlet's h eeend. sore tnr~oalt. This articl-.. to b. Newv-Lrtidon, Feb. 1 1,th, 1834. ihli
O"KERtS Sprin2ild CREAM ALE ihl well acquainted with both diseases and medi- nigestin, aud ir mark, of debility. ref in L, Islaiod sound. New London a m entof this State, o require A RANC T. Jos LAwEc
SBars aud halt b::rre-for ale by ncie, a lid used withe n the fr h a e -im a t onse ars from tho veaseO N. E. the prar tion-o, i a t e a P ho's1 ".Atcntan- rS BARNS,
S.. THO'S.. AVE practice. They are purly vegetabss atle, co Eletary-r 5 ent when but oe ny t o r a es E. icit a r r as0 CASKS fo n
S Store formerly oup by esb- cold ain no heaiteg Drgs, and, i effect are a THE PILES. -te GullIh ouilIar.en S. 3 E-t-nte CornplaitoPlumb oIsl- ,DidE.Nt f'VT.INA3hc ALw ASOt ,
L Deribe'r-cortr of John & Water streeDO iles,n e th r aresor the toe the wtappre b St lb prpriern tiaU ,e point f Fither's (I sland S. I 3 by E. -.2 E-- e leficac s i van a An PichOs oal R
te n oHE origt final b istygetuian vegetable Meditine etoo rth S Ie L ttot r' n 3 r st n te ouse Oi.n oS rs e ofsg O Ie S"reaT, B l- lr, kinds, aRnd sizes A5y "er .
Posseparedsion given immedat, meml'er of th e s fufitiod iepty, or aii curable Cosaunip.0s 74 SISThnIs*o E p rf 'TODD-ireIr iN) ti e soJuan.5,18in6 .ib. 4. t k,',v DenC. C1*. 3

Royal Col.ege ofSnrg ons, Liceuti te of A all circumstances. In fi,,e, as a ge,)eral cur IN ORA O RDr oE n rt eha v e'
clety SFe of he ector ofthe us afflicted, a re,,la tfu ir of he sto is- for i t asuit as A VESSEL of abopentndent. 3o n- 1.,0 oariey of P,,lr.e, h,,.land cok- FOR iALE.
esion. Aiss tioLa.ter Place, Water ti ma ke trial taa e P T bilowelsi, they fronotiv Siuafor imerior diate furnished with b stove, fire frame, souttp woone;lioi top and OT sideuatsd at the hear of oldn str
SBridoe and pereitu, l uilr ofla 's n decided o N nervous and lerlvle p rersous who require niie Tht dr ll m maat o itl* after, tove pipe, fir ita.cks, .riic. in. thi city, sixty feet wide. an h on 'tinu-

lu, o Tridg a d !erpital uilof laxative medicare, and persons sufin.rine rom T Ie|n uattie rns" w occupied by For sale on the most rea..o,,ahle tern,, hy dre nd d..ixeen feet deep ALSO, A oam,.e
Thi valuable mea icine, p l) e result ofLte )y.-plsa, humo.s in tc blood, haitcal cos- Rock Williams south ofur stor.. P, RT col. I t.tej.idnn.forty whept an.io and one h,

tle extensive and highly respected table prac- ,sot "luervou Reedy c, -lushmra FOR THCUDP O Feb. 22. .., LAW.
ice ootheproprieto'r the i, cpatroitsbinthilefo int it andmits iiaii Colds, Asthma iig. Whoopmg oh. spit- la Oi Bushes Corn, ao req. f alinds.attsiI ra

ulte and nobility, is now introduced to the nfa They are elegantly done ,p in blxes.aft tng of blood and Consumptons. .THE court of probate for the district of 50 do ya.loyv corn meal, just roe'd and -.----
tice of the Americau publiuuit tHe earnest so : doz"' w ith icul r d rectlor, ad c ertifi- 1reoand moss gruws Ilentilully in the island ionington. nal.h HmtteoI and aplointed the for sale by T. J. AVERY "?e.?l E] ILE. iculares PTey acrein-rvenred by a perso lnfns, vertigo, heart cle,, o tss of appetite. onGLIGHtT, has been moored near B'rdlt'S 'Nof aieT 8" t T' r i "i't Ih, s Feb.s coIthe12t4 rmo

OZ)Ed, as a, prieiminar CRstep, tc AL 'lk th e e- in unless ithe labels are sillaes by tihe roprli and Asia, where iss medicinal qualities. have ion or notice, for the Creitor to thae so e (hose val from this state, offers for saI the
v als and fatal onsequendca s arisin front tl e etors. Sold by F. Tro('bi..Norwich, heen, long known antd highly appreciated- tate of dwellina house and lot where he noiW,.ive,'
e a tnu rous bltleriousos iy 5'TARE & S'TODDARD. This Yt contains f- larger property in JONAS HORN, pleasantly situated on Shapley atreet-the
.ed utpo the public by tplue aid ofs fabriates- Al' lyeoiv-l VEbETABLE MUCILAGoE, than any other ate ofStonin ton, in said District, dNce-s house is in ood repair and the lot is about
S roofs ol miraculous cures, and- other frauds, i c kn I own substance, and i combination with i. ed, to exhibit their severI clima against 160 feet front with .n excellent well,
AL (y- LE J.t o ercenary upncipefj.ree nler unrritatg-th y Oper-te u Oti is a bitter pegncimale 'unlch acts most benefici,,- saidght e S. '.atp to t .ub scarier, or be debarred)r 'naste.1 I itodit ardch lil the lot on the opposite ide ow, Laid
GaiL O'NV, L ONDO0 N. i'-ri.iriphe", curectintghthinfitregmlairi ties of tileDPE RiIIthewv app))er, so i'-pror ifeIor a iftsImI ,Point oT Fisher's Island 8. E. by E.1.2 E.-- at',eista entlinl.aPiclaords Coal. Riggindgef atI
wholeSystem,ebuthparticularlytinel"npo..at.t.eS to rnddfilWhiteHousoo the East end of -RENO ISW Tr.,kha

Skimn'titeydwillrnost itter feretwith hoitiritot otn ui y itantI rametwhichymy b

ohnrco.tIy.o Thest pthe miktli aat perope f N.York prices, manufactured, and for sale or :he cure of diseases, ha,, been obtains omngton, Feb.23. 130.t converted into a dwelling at a small ex
inear nature, should b e keptin evero fam iy at J. M'DONALD'S Baok un ery, from observing their effect o- brute animals ASSOR, the whole com4igi several pl2-
in cases of sedden illness, for by their prompt earner of Green &W Golden streets, so in the case of this nosi invaluable Muss TO LET D RU S &- MEDI I IN S, ant buildin lots.

admnieistration, cholera, cramps, spasms fe. Loaf bread. Pastry, and Tea cake. Wed- Its virtues were first discovered by their effects PWO rooms in the Brick s!ore on Bank st O tho very oest Ouality. Also. 21 acree excellent land, adjoining
vere and oiher alarming complaints, which din Cakes mof de to order on the shortest t o the h-ary, ong Lved and sagacious Hein- i -ALSO the property ofSZ-bulon Bri'gV, divided in -
C ou rth Se~f ty, SurgeonB R oy al U n ion upe"inFeIdhnt.-w-d i tsAparl varietyy (if Pallor hall and conk- F O R iIIL F 1.

tlo. olen prove fatal, may be speedily cured axatie, Th )teaiaaiis in theut blouoa, hafituc from the s-celand Mcs, and ,tosh milk be- ply to Willim. southofLL ur store, ItoA' adCOi'tl.l w fortee y tew mild and one hi-
Triprvaluableotetl. cinte, tine ,resuiltof tesent) iy aes', ly hiurs disteer -4Po Blicitnit'"

egudheahri s rould never ba wit'tl them.-s "'. .ahh miborhtactoTrs
hu extensive and highly retspeiteFl trgrFeisteh l

silletr, atud veildr of medicine in the Oraited C ARROL'S CELEBRATED tants of all those countries fr te cre o allE ewEv article in the DrSist lie Oeeo ti t .
stic .rthe p apatronize dFounder intentn. bytn e eleo Ald at e CSchoolDe- o ioeos oib. TsHADDES BROK7
t ability fm the following eminent gentle- A ad sure cure for Iooj Disease. an" d extensively used ; and to ts salutory of- o Foator te., Jly 21. 41
neandir A(stley 'Ciopwr, kJ. Abedothy 3eor. n' aHIS.ointment was invented during the ate, Is probably ovin te ery sal ede csler Valle oil te t B at aon'0. Al i'",P t -- ,
I dozen, with par-icu"la"r dinrtetiiinseachrertiff. licelfunuI 1u Prowsplentifuhllylit iclnit I s le.

KEy,il. FramplWB, M. D., and.nunerou noth lnck Tor'gilaand Hoof disease in the yeyr bar of fatal cases of consumption in th lat conn. Bi ,-A- smiafl aook for Sa ,ath behoo.s.- 50 cases boots and holu- comprising 'lt f Marc h 1836. Joh, Packer,
Kind. The original may bte seen in po&tin 2r, and has prove c to bethe only safe and try, compared with Great Brntain and the U Trims bok contains some lpst;ot views c generall .s,6m-, ,,,-jut ee n subscriber conte hating remo-ph .itc
S.the g-, aerni arSent by whoi thPOeto medicine speedy cure fortire Hoof disease ; afd for ev- a a( tis rup otain all the ,neicin. the wisdom and benevolence .f the Create, sale at tne lowest i. nices 2o, le of Grotou in said district defossed

is imported i.lo this country, and to whom all r0 won o srs co, sis al vtus oss concentrated oaoetd in the truce le ow the alh a -0 Cot eeens 1t etat nlve tr
a lipatio r a is mus e made. s ches, windgis, split foof, collaro asrddle fiorm, and is p lepayd B frin, ,i,,t.l re- '" the adaptmion ofcrerated tnines, ,nd i ale 2l doz. Hair seal a,,d cloth caps, this day ht said estate be roceeded with a n insol
JWO. HOLBEIN, 3i; Waverly Place, N.Yorkf. gaALSO "= cat trout Paris, on', e by. E Hutclings & Co structure uf animals, to the i.ses and hat',i, received and for sae by vent estate. Ordered that said Adailinistrator
u"thasygnon oMer lc ien, a s eived a'd forell's I iamntjust re- Baltina ne.J 9 Fo-rBsa. AXTER, Agent. 4. "re)lf nen; wih practical reflectios. t 13 F. D LOOMIS. giA lbie ltic ro nilrs tiestedo i
It hat b on deemed expledient, as far as lou kor con id estte, by adverti itro it ith a *8-largpear
sibl, to plaee Miskin's Genuine Original med. B. r BAXTER, Agent. frslo r cueoA, ". p'ribnedi in N London Coustiy and w also by
.ci utt ea o hands of Druggnists only, and those rone oLawf lle. PiaeR .laal 900 YDS. striped worn o sn flannels, noetinai, tllcusot coftrotnninert tothe

sina ,v,,Witout the sig,,nue ofJohn Holbeln on iiuaOtto l fkDuclk. rPHi-. day,-R ... Co.. iI1"' ,li",alnps.. place he, e lhe decesstd Iast dwelt to appeal
e abe are coutert. Tis notice isbe. TE -hscibers, Agents for the sale f t- itfl cenent, hae dwlved theirCo- TH susciber hasconstantly on hand and CD & RENJAMIN. i see ae, before this court the ua
om aecess ar. as here is till contrary to all l Dck, are liel with best qualities partnership. All persons having accounts' for sale at his Store in Baik st. the ahove Nov. 18. 59 place of holding courtsof Probate ins ad district
ral det ,a legrly evicted inostrus of thil approved canvass a' th nanufactur- unsettled, are requestedtonca i the tof article whih lie offers at wh lesale or re- o the first Tuesday oi April next, et 10 o
.Te a..ve .,r e 'au e pu bic. r e a n ,er w e c .n e a. t"s n le ari e April and settle the^ tallUpon termnsthat cannot fail to suit pur. N ails. ppock iAn M t et o be hear re";at ive t
S10 1 T .....I. & .d .s n 'ts tav.hr, chasers ap 'u eroinrment of Commissiouer s to oece.e ex
Set0. 'a R n & Wf W.iV-ILLtNsgB 'h I 74 DANIEL B3. HEMPSTED, Agent. sale by C. STARa & Co. ofsid estate, Certified from rceold ..
-.ith 1 7' 4 e.b3 o2.2 73 72 .NATHAN DABOLL, Clr(t