Village record, or, Chester and Delaware federalist
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Title: Village record, or, Chester and Delaware federalist
Portion of title: Chester and Delaware Federalist
Alternate title: Village record
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 48-55 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Miner, Charles, 1780-1865
Publisher: Printed by Charles Miner
Place of Publication: West Chester Pa
Creation Date: January 13, 1819
Publication Date: 1818-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- West Chester (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Chester County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Pennsylvania -- Chester -- West Chester
Coordinates: 39.958611 x -75.605 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also issued in microform from Readex Microprint Corp.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, whole no. 418 (Jan. 7, 1818)-v. 10, whole no. 608 (Jan. 3, 1821) = 2nd ser., v. 1, no. 23-2nd ser., v. 4, no. 179 ; v. 4, no. 24 (Jan. 10, 1821)-v. 8, no. 49 (June 29, 1825) = whole no. 180-413 ; v. 8, no. 50 (July 6, 1825)-v. 9, no. 3 (Aug. 10, 1825) = whole no. 414-419 = new ser., v. 1, no. 1-new ser., v. 1, no. 6 ; v. 10, whole no. 420 (Aug. 17, 1825)-v. 12, whole no. 596 (Dec. 31, 1828) = new ser., v. 1, no. 7-new ser., v. 4, no. 27.
General Note: Imprint from Jan. 14, 1818 issue.
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SECOND. I Penn.; JN 1, 9. -OL. .--E HbLE NUIIBER 1i-To


CIIAFLES bMiNRF., Prntsr. I f'r Ii lLi. *T .,, N( I''CE.-1I. hlie.by *.-i en, that a .l4 I'VLLEl' LOT FORI SJLE.
A-. A. ALI.,LLE PLANTATION. s ,irrin,.:,II, i f.:i .iiiorI I: Il.. i,-, t lr: h irid njllf be. trIosc, L I',bize Snale. Jan:u-
7The IflLL.GE RiCORD, on C.i I C 'r.T .r i:, l cU .\A i-es : the greater, o 'rhy -I:aL : sh i T.i h, i,: ..,r.I of Dce:.,' are, ar Ith i.i9, at t.ie piemlies
a DriAWAaE FEDERALIST, is published part of which is ii, \t Niotinghalm Hun- oommarrling inl t i sllnni.l Jesse Waira- A LOT OF I jD
very II .d.~r lray morning, at two dollars'-a dred, Ccilcounty. t e 1 M.i r a..., dc. 1ci c. iily. Ai I i it-,'. l.ite Ann M.k,, LO OF I,
:eai,..t t.7,-rf-5 Cents additionalifselit joining lands of *J.r..-. ,i!k -..-. lt.:.a J'I," Alh.i.dcr, ie A.ll, ider, El.0iethr Situate in the township of Tredyf
byoneof our carriers from the office. If sent Brown, and others. 1..1 i..J l .,I the hand- Allender, Mary Allender, John t..lith. rin, Chester County, bounded by the
Ja y. Mail, the subscriber pays the postage de- somest situated farins, aiid stand for pu.l 1;.: ----- i ;lfii.ll ard "Thomas Monks, Senior, Sweedsford road and land of John G.
wiJl J t the ofice where he reeceives hiis pa- business in in. .. I part of Cowcil county. to be and appnc l ,r herf..f:- te .iL.I.c., ,t Ie Bul l and Samuel Jones-conitainingl
.per. About 43 ;,. ], f this tract is well set court ofq o'iiioll Pl.. to 1 .0 ld 1 :at .'it AREs 2 P-RCHES T
uabscnrers must be always six months in with timber, the remainderdividdi irto cen- ter for the said county, on the third Monday A and 5 P HES. There
a:dvau; with their payments, andno 7msscrip- venient fields with watir in most of them- in Jannuary next, to answer John Monks and is on said lot a stone dwelling house,
ther taIkn for less than six months. 41 wish a good proportions of meadow ground- and Thomas MIuiksin a pi-.a .. i.-t;.rr whereas a log stable, a well of good water near
,o di oni:unr mn,,t be made known at orhe- no doubt id b i.c.i I;.,-bd but thli i.lit of the said John Monkl a;n.l 1 I.,ln,.t Mrnl e s- s e (,r-Ii,(Y grafted apple trees,
fore the erpi,'-artn *.* i tie- i.'I, :,.5 .'.'':. l trhe land on thI; I I..n ill please any person d the afresid Jesse .111 n d .1. h.M and o ihtr l u.it tiV es, and is an excel-
,an l a; arrear,-:e: faid, or the paper rii 'viewing it. 'Ii- ..l;I..- are a large and wife, John Allender, I '-.h .'l',.rr, ent std fora ecanick Thislt
"Is d, ,ciitniiued. convenient two s!orv dwelling house the Marv Allender, John Griflith,- Grilith t stand ra echanik hilot
; v r fid .r. mctw.* i.,r!.r for less tian .rc ,i.. r.. it i f -,. .., i, by 31 & 20, in cm- : & Tl l, 1; .. M s S i i.ltogether and un. is all ',ille land of llte fi1at quality,
,,n d,,:lr. c..-, .s.nt ,.rrne.' ...r... sp are, wil .1.:-. i, I" .. -. I I i ,, '.,,l.i ,..r1 Il.:I,'-e, id'' "Jed .Io llAhl .rei' .. i.raict or pie-e of and in a good:neighbourhood, at coon-
bt c.nrpitc.itinsri t r iS-.t/ t-times fir that 53 by 17 a largeIt 1i .,i cn,.l ...d iier land, situate in the township of Cirming- venierit distances from different places
inum and twety-:/lve cents for every ubse- with goo-l ,i-,b!;,..-. tenant house ands sere-. h 'a", in ihe said county of Delaware, boun' of public wors-ip, schools and mills.
7,..t i., ,r .. ', .- .. i !.. ':-"-in ral other -..,, il.lhi.~... 'lhe post rilad from .ed by lands of Winm. Brinton, Eli H'urvey, & t t begin wi, oclck. erms will
a. n*r* *'.'' -tElktojI to Liuallcaster, the main roadfrom lie:ijah Spnackman; containing 28 acres. ale to begin at clock ens ill
r .-------- Peich Bottoim ferry to Christiana, ;... iI.- W'ith the appurtenances, partition, whereof be made known on day of ale by
PRI VA .K i'- .Ll. new lTurnpike I., i. as lately located from between them to be made, they the id ISRAEL DAVIS,
The subscriber offers at Private sale, Philadi:lpina to Baltimore, Ib the way of 'esse ilulraven & Alon his wife, JIlo.i ill. JOHN ROBERTS.
'he Ilnia',. *":, n. he now resides, sit- New-London cross a ,1A, I llther niI,. C ie. li.l -tlo Ir ,i ., .*. l- t.'. l Allender, 't r- 1. -'.
uiane ,r he -l, ,i, 1 ,ig.st I i the -ut 1Port. I ." ., '-. I isl i., li. t 1 di hy Alr. r n, J- Senior f, ., I-,. l h 'I -
L Sl ti, Cht-i. u.lp ,,* I.,: ..-i[Jo ne cross (.,.:h, h.ll r iinit-dfl.,:l,, berr. ihe and I nI.,s M.,nr, I. ,Senior, ., -,A.:3 & .er o
tlil M Pod.,k p,.II ,, ,10.. I t i J.,I.: -' doe'" -'d ithin afew yards of the dwellilig the same to be done do not'permit, &c. All persons are hereby warned not
lone, dt.c. conrairring about 33 acres, s: r. .....-.-house. This farnmliesat an BE1T1iI f C to.tlrust any person on my account, as
nehicl ar i- a .re i.r' *. iti.. 3 arable IIcI ti.r I ,I. ... 1 : fiom New London and Port. C hiester, Del. co. Nov 91 11,
which a red g .. i.i .. Th rl t being about nie k .m ------ I am determined not to pay any debts
is a good, ,1 'r,,,.- i 1. 1,, "e..t..e.i,' a t1-e ,de m i i.'. BLi. EN.i_'.. but of my own contracting, from the
,rjililg;. i',i,. l-. Ir ..... am. ra .~r--For sale the olnd[i led one WILL be exposed to public sale, on the date hereof.
Clrair house. r..i .lif, s.l- 'iI'i- IJr amechan- half par-, or if mroredesirable to the purcila- 10th day of the 2d.nonth next, at 2 o'clock 11,74 SETH EVENSON.
ic. TI.L I< ,,i,...i ..- I ll: h i.. is I-,', ....1 ser, the whole Lot of Land, i..4r ,;, i, ~ i: r,-in' the afternoon,, on the premises, that well .
...... i 4 46-s ad if, and not ,r. ,,, l i ,L- I%,ii ic, THOM AS H. DAV IS,
rles .i, .c..i,, ... li.,''C aT f- .... .. i> 1-4 icre s ad(loini" and not rn, li, 1'' I t.", I .i' L I
roald Jr:..l,- io '.iol, 'ilEli'ii, .i r'. .- I*.-. yards from the u.,elling house on the first i 'i...\ t 7 I v, Informs the public that he now re-
tfr ih i'0-, a1i' 2u n'ilet Ii .n. Piil-rclnphin inentrioned tract, on which iserected a new theformer residence of Joue- Tow ::-ri,. sides in Pennsbury township, at the
rand I fr.rrn. i.h' I..,'l..lch i: I .,,,. I.r i' ..r, I. -. plant & Grist M;ll1 i i" ll- la r.i.,,l n ...-.. .. ...ir.. 'iir;n g .,!..,t 160acres. it i, house of Mt.-,srs V A n near the road
There i, n, ,ll :,ii,..,iln of atr p-.,-r I ..t li11,,ng h,, ..a.,nl iiu Sr..,,, iaCnot, hr,, I .11. ,, ih e boniUni'l of Westchester--r ,'larlin, from :Kennett mne tinh.i ous e
th rougi tie l.i-.ce, n i-'h .ipj,lieS .11 theI I I,- N ih l SC:n k.a ,r r ,In.., stl..:r, it. '** .. ...-. n l ...... i ... ford o
Ifel..ls it is al.. w ll -.I lphe l .in sl r ;, r, i --; ii,, L this .it..., .i. ,. I0. 1., .. .:.. 1k l ..I.... i ; the to Am S B rnton's l1 tnu
or'friI'i; trees. A\lpl.c:r;iii to e mnil tl: it, iIlI- large and substantial stone dam, for Land is considered by good judges to be from the former and one from the lat-
ti"e sij'Tscr; ber n tine rir.r' r i 'mirp'"'" of '-ppiyn.r thv-e mills 'vir t ct il.- i l. i iI:.. as few firms exceed it ter, and is ready fi atteilli th" "e ',\ ,
.1 I i L P -rvlue. water: 1..- r pic ., I.', P '-.'1 s g. 'h-, f.. the ...' i ,,.i,: .... of Grain and ,Gl is.--It rs i,, .av l f,, medical or ;ili; ,;l l aid.
'Dec. 2 s~ 0lf or separar,. aiiu. ni icl, rp tirclhi-r '1 I- .e 11:i --,' L.y numerous springs arising lig I. He intends ksepinga genc-
title of tii -li I .d ii .l riir.l .: Il. im.,i thereon, and, near to it-the buildings are ping
SLAN D.--For ..tilc, ,I M1.ILL iili (C0 terms of paynenit will be made easy Ap- ancient. r;l assortment of medicines on hand,
acresof land, situated in the township of pl;: .ii,'may be made to the subscriber on I i.1-e Who incline to establish themselves which he will retail at -pOthecaly
Cl,.le.t.ir i rind ,-'.iti of('iL.rt r, -I nil. i the premises. in the Grazing !'.u'met-', he would ini'ite to prices.
-.md Plideilhir, ,,.,l 2 I ,im th,' in.r, James Jannev. examine it eialy and avail ther'sclves ofthe Jai. 6. 75
Schuylkill; boinided by land- I' 1.. .- 1. I. No. 18. 9t66 iresent opportunity-and others who would _
gan, Joseph Pennypacker a-.(d otih-rs, divi- e disposed to improve on. elegant sites, N IEV' s-? [E1 IUF S SA L.EIi.
im.. c.ii.'-..-u- lI fields, will) w ,tri;, t'lliV .\T ': \LE. n -i *i ..:Oniin.. .;10,.1. as it -n-i'r l,, ,
e.,1el. l e. l i i i h. I,..ip. rtI.....i !l" i. l I't l Tie sii' .I litt I I ll.~~; i to i1 sell at pria n im b:r Bri '.- l'! .l Ipl..-..: t I. v ..ij e w I I t a l it to n e d i
v.ordl.iwl narl ieadow-the improvements .va-'.;, It, te trln'a 1f Ild .i on which he cent country, & reed, will be ai at Public Vendue, the
nr-. [ nAi l0i-, z..,rWater wheels; two r111-n re es The terlo-s will he moderate, and conii- 'Uilowingleal "State, to wit
:,. bi n-.il wi: .i, i ater wIels; i tu rn resides, together with about 11 acres io,s e ac known, be mo.;., c-.n- atthe VWill be Soi,,
*ri b tI -. il]c..n .1', ,,-6 1 rc ,.l aan dm
C.-niiitr i'tiork, ,mni r i.i, -0;, ir, n.ii,,,, o1f l u,:l ln, near the M anor mn ee- W eston iih In.lr|,, ir..i.. ( sinl to the On Fridry, the 15r li f J.m'i ry nexT., at
rad) I hi il. ih ,',iil n, i i. ;. i. rirn -! ts... In the 2 lots there are sale; or cr tl .l ., .-.l1 .I 1. premises, one o'clock iin il,, ..1 .. ... ;,t i 1. f,,.:
cIent ,c: ,rr-\',i I .. .... r-- '~- l ,,,i '. I there between 75 and :-i acres, the cleared w 'hen attendance willl '.. : t T ill on the premis. ,-('.' -. M. .--. ,, -.,
countr-a house, .barn, tet n,,-, ,. .... na t t, i h ui tltn' a e 0a'l o L. i "'. fou'm r tracts or' parc-els of land, in the
-,.l' o.',-ht ni,.i a -,r,,',.- ir,"t ,.,' tih ,,i u.. '- 'idi i > know n to .- f, or j i' ii L n. t i r ,. .' '"o,' .'. '
ter. A I;.rtit .I..I ,irI,, in i .'I n,.-.1 imnt, atll' ,i---t li l.'e 1? -Ulli ci, t proportion. 111t h mo. 25, li8-] r-, l I..I,- oh.I. (,' ni. .Dl i i-, 1.,i .Iln H -
ces-sary, as a view of the situation will satisfy of woodland-the property was lon ard, and others-containing 18 acres and
,, ," .-i pur... u .e 1 : c .i-l uby the1a late ev. Natan Ana Orplan's Court held anId 3 quarters, mmoe orn less. One other t Ilen,.n
i.r.ns .nIl i'.i h c I. 8 > .,1. i rei-[ e sub cribere- ne v, kept .,i '1 ,. l-,,:ro e- i, ,' .,.i ,'." bounded by lands of John HuOwell, (..-,,l,.-
en on ithe nirt .il April n ,x.r.r thi, hilI l re- --es' I Gri Thes e subscriberearnestly ir. ll ,, ,. in c, Norrian and otltners, u:..lain-,ii ..l,_., u
q, irci.. I applying to tile. al i,L.:r. in I t' de'.ote Ilimself to his ow, n par- A. D). 1818, before the i ....i. .1 .1.., !.:,. and a half; more i l: .. 0- n.i, r cni,
th -prCeni,. ticuiiar business, will dispose of it on ton and John Davis, Eqrs.judgers present, containing f tr square perches, more or
Daniel M'Curdy. reasonable terms. Uros T,; PEITIIr'~ ,s Ornr c :'. '.--- .rTi-, less. The other, of them, bounded by lands
.. L, I f I' M1 rely r e s ona l ..I tlh eL, .0,0 .u ".... i -.. i :-, o fJoh n II .. l. .ilin I lampton .iptO i ,llr li ,
Oct...,-r 1 .l. 63 JohnT SN'. G '0,r ,,.,. ,,,i ... .. .., of !v, ies t- containii, i-. ,:and 127 perches,
AL .i i P 'S ALE Dec. 7Q07t Wliiteland, in the said county, deceased, more or less-containing together, 38 acre
B VIRTE ofW s tome d- PLdAN rT N wn ied intetr- --- :and 11 perches. On the above property is
BY VIRTUE of WR s to me di- A PLAN TATON.-For Sale a ,,i,,,,, I n,- d ,rs nd other persons a 1...,. .Io .h,..- vl.I.. t,,.nt Mill,
pcte .antation stated about a mile fi oln the i ',,I,,. AtL.I n I,,.- l:.,I E1 state ,f said de-. a 1.1il.1,.,,-, ti,. .1 I ,IlrI,,i, ,l,..snt-.. Tlhe
ct, ii .d at Pbt a ti bulr of Wihinington, 11rl .trf,., be 'i ceased, (to wit, a certain .essurage Planta- mill is turned bv a constant stream of water.
oaing Real Estate, to wit:- ti-. I.,i..n=tnln Laicaste:- i.rini,.ik Ii.,,l.t, tion, or tract of land, situate in thie towi.- Thre premises aire in tlhic Great Valley, and
WILL EE SOLD, and ar'out half a n- le from the Brandywine, ship of West.Whiteland.aeforessid, hounded itis principally lime-slone land.-Seized and
On Thursday thle 14th of January, "containing about 15U acres, more thanI ore ihy land, late of John Newlin ,'..,i:,- I, taken In .,L' ii ,. tin,: pr-. lt Icl l']ilh
nepvf, tt une '"'. l,--k in t In aflrri i mn, third lof wi Lch is gl l ,, -,1 r l4, rl i the si- 1 ,,,, iJ,', i-!ler..., Abiahi ..... ... 1 -,,,dr. -
h_ 1 ple ,i .,i I i IdiI Also near' o iters, i., .rii,,: sixty acres, be the same W ill be Sold,
at the dwelling house on the preniei.e, tii ahole .alsd lirectlcy on the Lancaster more or less, with the app'.rtenr-nces,-tn On Saturday, tIe 36th of January nt, at
a Mien-iurae ntl liact of land in the turnpike road, a lot containing seven acres, cone into this Court, onir. i1.,- .I '. t .. t one o'clock in the afternoon, at the dwell-
tovl)nslltSip of Li-.Iidollrrove, inl Ch-etr ..l- .t As i;' pr. T-" i .. person will purchase regular Session Ii ,irec., to, wit, on the first ing-house o fJohn Taylor senior, on the pre-
county, bounded bylands ohf Tliomas 'thuti fi.st Ii-Se tihe premises, a' fur- iMonday ot F,.i.i ,- iien., and accept or re- mises-A Messuage, Tenant House, Grist
coUnty, hounded by-ladsofT the descriputnll is deemed unnecessary.- fise the same at the valuation thereof, or Mill, Saw .Mill and Plantation, and tract of
Best, '1'arner Haii'.%ortl, and others; For -.:,ucri ,thnh ,ill i v,e very liberal, apply shew cause on the same day, why the said Land in the township of E:ast-Bradiord ;
containing one quarter of an acre, \%'illlhal Robinson real est te should not be sold, :,.:a...,riini .s. hounded by lands late of Abiah Taylor, by
More or less, witththe apprirtenance-; Wliiiigt tlI .I 'nCr.t.lS ,1..I lr ....';I I the Intes, lands tof Abraham Taylor, Josephl Cope aird
There is a --ood sthise liuI e oii the a- John R. Tl.Tiiin,. ':, tt.: l. it % ins t,.nn ....in li,. .il,,,h .-,...,,r.,;,;ii,' 90 acres and 10 perch-
bove lot. Seized and taken in exceu- nearDowningtown-or to i r.nti, Record. es, more or less, with the appurtenances.-
tion as the property of Isaac Wicker- Thomas S. Bj rnes, JouNq G. Wi na i.i n, Clerk. The above property is altogether extrenme-
sl ami. ,'New-York. Dec. 30. 181 :. 4t74 iv valuable--lthe landi is of *lt,,.- i ,-,i q..ii,.
Will be l If n0t sold by the 1st of Second month the buildings good, including a li, n, c I
b be S.ld, next, it will then be rented or leased. PiOL' L.AM. TION. and the Mills finely sit.iated for business,
S-.i.rriir.. oin thursday the 14th October 4 63c'tF and turned by Brandywine Creek.-Seized
of J,iii.r't- n,- t. it onle o'clock in the af- WHEREAS, the Honorable John and taken in e'..ui.i'.r as the property of
ternoon, at tie Gristmil on rtie prein;see-- TO BE SOLD, Ross, Esq. President, anld olJii Ral.ilii,, and John raylor ai.it itr.
S(]ojnrei, Gil-nlibe Sold,
aceit ri Gr;toir,;1. S.ti mill. i 'l ,ni.ri .:.n ai A t i. ri ate S.ilv, a plailt:L tio-rl hand- 'i"n"r D i.. Esiquires, i.'.g.r .. i,,- courtt \\ ill be Sold,
ctraict n. L., ri,i c.1c Intis.l.,p. Cnti,-t..r iomely situated in Pennsbury town- of Oveer and Terminer ,.I rne, al .1; Ln le- On Monday, the 18th of January next, at
cni -hozer s.:' c s'_ln., otes -otiriirlp, Chester county," Pienn.% toin- li-vet:v tor the county of Chester, by their one o'clock in the afternoon, at the tavern
Keelh, Baltzer F-,;cl ,id otiers--couttain- ship, Clester county, Perin. contail- preept, beating date the Seventh day of cf ,..,, \,..,i, in Brand3wine twn
.iit eg-igt t. i, )acres more or less with the ing between 180 andl 90 acres, i\ ii; ?.: i,,,...-., 18, have --.-'. .nl in me that si,,I, \ M.l,, ,n, Grist Mill. Saw Mill,
appurtenln..,:n:. '11 jbo'ie piri-:rir) lieson on both sides of the Kennett road ; 8 I ,iI.i.,1 t c:,.-. to come bi l.i. r lth ..rudges of r'l.t..l.m 'i.n trit l.:t of Land in tIhe town-
Frnch creek, an.. tne mnll- n .:. \I 11 situa- miles from Wilmington, and at the thec said Court, or any two of tlheni, the..ship of West-Nantmel-boundled by Slpring.
.ted for business and have plenty of water.-- head of a turnpike gate road, leading -[.... -.' ... one, at Westicester afore- ton Forge tract, and lauds of Joshua Evans.
The land is velr good-Seizetd and taken Oi thel t e i l s.sm t, ,1 ,i .ie I.i -t Monday of'February next, containing 24 acres, more or less, with tlhe
execution as the property of William Sa to te same; there s sppse to beal the prisonersin the ail of ;1 county, apputenaces. I e Mills other above
ler. about 50 acres of woodland, of a good :..,-,I .i.. n .,Tli all attachments, inquisitiors, premises are in fine order, andi turned by
"To be Sold by quality with a sufficient quantity of .-it .1 .ot,I lr adminicles in asnywise touch. Brandywine Creek, and the property pir-
CROM V ELLL PEARCE, ShfI chesnut-th.e cleared land of a natu- ing or concerning the said prisoners. ticularly .1., nbl_-.
Aneud alro that L should cause pBEclanation U) ILL ALSO BE l S171.).
December, 7, 1818. ts71 ral good quality, and about 90 acres t bd ale tt I srouould ca baseiwick, tcla ation l.LL ALSO BE andl .
N. B. I The Sheriff ill be obliged in a good state f imp ovemebe made troghout y baw tat n same time ad place-A certain
.. g ,le ood state of. improvement, ht- all those who would prosecute against the Tract of Woodlhand in the township of Ho.
to begin the sales at the hours fixed min been lately limed or dungd ; the paid prisoners, be then and there to prose- nieybrook; bounded by lands of James
on; it is tiierelui .. necessary that pur- buildings are a good convenient slone cute against them as shall be just. Lockhart, Jacob Happersett and others-
chalseirs sh-iuil be piinia tuil. C. P. house with 7 rooms, cellared ; barn- ;- '""- Notie is hereby given to containing 36 acres, more or less, with the
F.l ..iLI .. MILL _AR.M. ste t.p rig i.t.l :,e, puurmp n, .Iat. t.Ie kitch- .i d1 p s-i. tie said appurtenainces:--]The above 2 tracts seized
FliL ILL .\T > u FARMe.. s 'e dir Ia'n.i o, pump gattie s 'ktc prisoners, as alsoio :ll. jn.i..c-f .ln". peace, and taken ipr execution, as the property of
To be sold at Public Sale, en door, waggon-house, with garners the coroner and coInstables wit l.in tle said Isaac W. Vanleer.
On the SSd day of the pre-ent Inonth, over it; smoke-house, smith-shop and county, that they be then and there in their Will bi, Sold,
a small Farimand F.Jihng Mail. sitiatc ne. carriage house, anrd two new barracks; r" 'i'r:i -rsons, ; n. 'i their r ie rc. corti.l,, in On Tuesday, the 1 ,ir of .fl iuary next,
Brandywine, in Wesibr.libld, Chister Co. the whole under chestnut fence; there i'l.'trti, e' ainations. a'' d iher th at one o'cck in tree nlirm.ii--.; at the
membrances, to do those things which to dwelling house on the emlses a messu
about four milesfrom Westchester, contain- is also a eood collection of the best eir f ce dwelling oin se on the premises; a mess.-
lng between 40 and 50 ac-es. The build- kinds offrit trees coming on; the a- done.-GVces unatder myal appt Westche ae plantation ad act of h -
ings are a good Stone Hosea, dsofft trees coming on; the a- doe-IVENundermyhandatWeches ship of Pikelandl bondedd3 .i.. fi ,,b-
n StO e a'ulling MI. to .rt eet in leng becve would answer well to divide into' ter; the 28th day of Decentber, Anno Dn- ert Ralston, J ltin Friik ul I i U. i. cil imr
SStone Fulling i. Lrt imn enl,, i1818 "60 acres more or less, t .ir Yh.Frt
With a large dam, where tile business has two convenient farms, being well wa-g 60 aes moe or ess, v. r-
beeancarried on for several years, a good tered by springs; for view and terms. Cromwell Pearce, Shlf. tenuances. There is a good house utid b ri,
bearing orchard, with a good proportion of apply to the subscriber on the premi- 44t and other out h 'nlh,, on tle .-o p.tier
Woodland.o al. o. WilVia m Elniott. NO)T. CE atelred .
This farm, amongst the numerous adver. i t e l water.
tisements that are issued from the press, is ALSO, THE Subscriber offers the hisihest seized and taken in execution "0s the
a desirable situation for a farmer and me. For Sale a farm within half a mile of price for CHERRY BOARD AND PANX property of Isaac W Vanleer.
chanic. Any person desirous of viewing the above; containing about 78 acres, either green or seasoned. WILL BE SOLD
+the property msay be informed of the con. .. .... .. .. g .... ... --_ it th ,!':tla, the aft of nu
ditionsby lcoli thesubsbe ith plen y of good chiefly OBED RUSSELL, "1i tti rr' i''- t2es f : anuart
omg thereon. ELISHA DAVIS. stone, an plenty of timber; .nluire Edgmont township, Del. Co. dv. eling hoille ,.n tie premises, a ess~i age
Jatuarv 6, 181. 76 as above. 65tf Oct. 28. 12th Mo. 0, 1818 75 Plantation and tract of LAND in tihe town-

ship of Ncu.-London, in Chelter county -
L.'l.in.lJd by Jbr l 1i Jrhni ,Lurgu. Akl'.in.
der M'iuA ly,. 11. iImrr Cun.nium s anId oIthi. : ,
containing One Hundred and thirty fobui A-
cres three qii.it.-1-i -and twenty pe' ches-
more or leai, '. i i tIhe appurtenance
Seized and taken in execution as the pro-
perty of Isaac Ashton and Joel Lukcns,
West-Chl~tetr. Shffs. Office
January; i, la:. 75ts,
I1A'i-lt to *!l Uil f Ip'vale s,- the flow.
-si'UAres AS FOLLonws-
Lot No. 1,-In Willistown ,town-
ship, Chester county, containing Forty
Acres. The land i. good-the bqild.
ings are middlihi--pIery ,f w'df-,
and conveniel t ti the door : good or-
chard-good fences, and from fifteen
to twenty ancr, s of be- r timnbe land in
the nreighbuurlhoid. 'lhii property aid-
joins thle lands il Dail. Abralani Eq.
George ihii,, ''loiha, Hliutchinuso and
others., :
No. 2.-Situate in Willi.t~. \ni, :d-
joining lands of Joseph King; the Phi-
ladelphlia and Lancaster road runs
thronil i it; It contains about ten or
twelve acres; the land good--no build-
ings-plenty of wood dti water.
No. 3,--Situate. pIartly in T" edyml'rin
and partly iii E;stou\n townsliips, coli-
t.ainng about tI\cnity iwo n.ris-:tj-
joining thi. Phili.i;t.id Lancaster turn-
pike, anidal Evans, D.iniel B,,uoh, and
tlher ---pai r of tie la1l .11i ood-
some middling--no buildingss,fence.s
good, and about six arrest ot lthrijingr
chesnut and utli tilhber.
No. 4,-Situate in Willistown town
ship, adjoining the Philadelphia and
Lan,, t'er (..rr-p;k, riJ-,, of Vn..Og-
,eiin, Abm. Phillirp, Esq and eiliras,
contaiiiing about twelve acres--build-
ing's, an old barn-land .,ond-lfrn-
ces gnod, arll plenty of wood.
:No. t.-. A r/filriule Jerchani Gri4
and saw.VJIL.',lli in good onr-l ,\1 iili
twenty eight aclct. l limestone land,
water plenty in all seanns--no trru-
ble with ice--dam pei iinairrl.t--Irl,.-
hiildint' goid. This piropev is iit-i-
ite in fr, rI i', itr toto n-liii, 'IChe.-t-
County, adjoining I,,iri f .f. lohn Mil-
ler, J.,'-..eih Ratclif, EDa-id Slheialtcr,
ahd othul: -..
A!li .\ PI:ILT.TPS.
N. B.L if lot No. 5is, lit i-1,1 iby the
first of Mirch next, it will be to let.
December, 23, 1818. T7tf
A Valuallie Plantation, containing
two hi.iih 'd -nre-. ,titat. in llh' ...w'rl
ship of 1lir-' in e,rr,i, .;.,,itv .I ;e1lj-
ware, a.djiili, l:ii- us o' Eui arl Dar-
lington, Gideon Gilpin and oiihers-,
the improvements are a two story
stone house, thirty feet by twenty-five
a well of excellent vo.jttr iit ili. door;
a large and covenient two story stone
barn, fifty feet by forty, with stables
'i l.-i ,i,.':, i'--co.rr crib-. :.a',i i -, Il,-
b!ilg. j"yc. firshetd in tlhe est leni;nner';
also a la'ge and convenient Pothonse
two stories high, seventy by twenty-
eight feet, the greater part, stone fin-
ished iir ti inmst approved 'ftlep, all
,hi<: h ;ti s'e.oeral out buildings are
nearly rne-.--A.bout fort. -five acres of
said l. a iit;lin .tie Uinl' ir ', tinm -
ber, hIIL relmililnder airable land under
good fence, and in a good state ofcul-
Ti\.tinii, tile greaterpart of which has
lately been nnctld-the said plantation
i, ab- it I1 miles from W\\iliiigtill
one from J)ilwl Ihlitown, one and a
half from Braril yiir at Chadd's
ford, and ,invenrilit to several pla-
ces of worship-the situation is high
and delilit hi. arid rolii,,tr: .,l an ex-..
tensive pron'- pct--lfr Iflrtier partict.-
Inr, and trains apply to JAMFI B.-.
NL- T in the rownhlip;i of Peinnri iirt'.
N. B. TI|l te ins will be eas' to

tle pul crhiia; r.
.] h M. 3iith.


I 'iLl. iw Ri nt.d on rea.oni.dle
term., that well lkown MERCHANT'S
Mit, on .-G:.sian':, Creek, twenty
iiiileS from Phliladlelphia. and half a.
ile riin t1,e river DIel.i.'ar'e. The
C'ree is navizable for a1 liallop up to
the mill. For terin;, apply to
Near Old Clkst.r, D)el. County,
.r to
CHUt' PRC -I & TlO.IA.1A
Snoutt i-.Varveg, Phila.
Dec. 30, 1818. 4 74


-tij -.t-ILG

The -,slacrrjbei rfl''s for Sale,
situated in EIarlsittinr'Ihair,, Ch'-,. _i
:,ub,,v, n Pa. No. 1 adjoining i.ld-
with Hugh It tRin- ll ,.I-', tnil Iift,i..,;i,
Sson. and the iub-..' Ib L''; otiitiiiii
ah'sut ninety three acres of patented
laud; Iavin iii.'-, .,iLlli and of a
good Iu'lit'', '..e' ili '.q I for plaster
and clover; about thirty acres cover-
ed with ltr.,wis',r- timber of oak ant
chesnut. 'Tle iInprovemeits are a
new log house 22 by 18 feet, a well of
goiod water at the door, with a pump
thierein-a new frame barn, 45 by 28
feet, with stone -tl !1' under the
same.; an apple orchard of good fruit;
the fields ii'.u-!v All watered by a
st,'..-:i, ruirting tli' .lih the farm- all
under gil.uI I:,i:e--Thli propertylays
high atnd handsome. and in view of
two public -rt 'l, and is offered for
I'-i ,i-- i' i in hand, the resn.tinil-i
in two annual payments, with i.itere't
till paid.
No. 2, containing about 150 acres;
adjoining lands with Doct. William
:T'i,.ipi II, John Mitchel and others ;
ti...r i-. on said farm a ,,il lg Ih iusi ,
a reasonable pi.'p.I olnl ,i d llf ish;it ,:k
and chesnut timber, good fence and
meadow; tihe ar .bl land is well a-
dapted to plaster and (l,-i.r--thli.
property lays within half a mile of
Rainsey's Tavern ; the road leading
from n .. l R.lII'i. y'S to Neuitkihisl, ,
roads, p-isses through tl' t ':1 iim. ,ith
within ten miles of lime quarries; 2
from the Brick meeting house, 2 from
Oxford, within I mile of one merchant
nill, one filling rc !L tl l I.' .l'':r mills,
f'.,n s,'. iiill-, two '-nitl, sh,,, & c.
T hi- 'rinper'%. is ,,l.'r-.-s l at 1 ,1 1-I
; Sir'l in I d, and, and the r.i, liijl. I ill
t-.1 s ; inal paym ents, il, i:,'c.',r
till paid. Both titles indisputable.
Any person wishing to purchase the
above, will call oni the subscriber liv-
inl ii T il he prioperfy.
J-u:l.Ill KIRK.
Jan. 6, 1819. 75

To be s..t t lit P liahi, .,'
(Ont S.,trd,.,y, .hi: .2 :'i1 itr aii vy. I bl ';
coti.:'isin )tOne hundred ald firfy a-
i.L.re, -Iri:.lie in L.onbritaint town.
ship, Chester county; lying in. the
forks of WVlldr-i.i v creek, on the road
leading fi i.I Ni u: ,rd'. ?.rit ;, ,.;
house to Elkton; tiis:--" i,,:'- tfom the
G.I1. andNewport t r.1 ii!i.e road, 12
nl t':- flrom '.1. iin, l in,,. S-4 of a mile
from inexhaustible banks of limestone,
i linrn :; mile of grist and saw mills,
and convenient to places of worship
l I tII's- ii ,'nl.l .ihi l1 ei',-, in an ex-
c-ilL..I-:nr i-ie:.-lIlb., I...... ; adjoining land
-.1I ".' pti I.i E .in il, S ido' ME.ar, ,. F.li
.'t.-ll \\'ilk.v atnd others; the im-
i ..,. i,. i, :]ii .1 log dus r'lliH li house,
v. ,tli ii n-cil .rant an excellent spring
of water at the door, With a stone
house over it ; a lin ze fiame barn cel-
lared undrd t, t, flth u:ses can be taken
fi-om [tii' ,-riir into the barn-yard i-
thi re is lik'\s iet a tenant house on the
fainm ; there is one hundred acres of
cl.na,:Ill 1:'.i. divided into convenient
fields, each field having watrin a n it;
ith, I irnI 1 either calculated for feed-
ii-g i.i I i ir raising grand, as the clear
land all pitches southward, and is itn
a high state of cultivation; there is
forty acres of woodland, all lying-in
I'll, lidys, clhie'V ,ik and hickory.
Any t, I ..*l i-lii.; to view the pro-
pJ in. i ]- )ly. tu t ile l 's b-ciib,.r liv-
irl.' thierciu.
Ji 6 7 75

To be sodi, at Private sale,
l. iTi.' "I F I i l Ib nu u o r.wn

hbi,,,J'..i. b1b aIn ls ,'f NathaI Hi i.
a lI IsI ., ; ,:''i. i.rai,,gti; Ili. d hi ndred
;Ii 1I .lrII t -i a:iIei o[ lln.-.tlle Jand,
.b 1., -L .ty 1 i .-: ".-: .i. under timber, tilhe
r 'iii.iiitil.- .i.,ble, int a lii hl -st.t1 r ,f
C It i'.. .irtli ihe .1':'1 r. l p1, i t 1 Ise.:i
i .-Ie liiiie.-, a:trl lies handsomely to
. i. -_.

TO BE 'i.r I:,
ON Monday the 2Sth of the present
,,both :.J.xruiary) on 1,e it %i!-ises ; ,
,' t ,rte in the toil i .li ipe I ,' lTiverford
Del. co. on the public road leading
from )Darby tlr.IIII said township of
i averford ; eight mi'es from Phila-
dlelphia i; W;lijll l a 1 ..ts of John Lind-
say, Esq(. lPh ^ i.i. -hI..iti'n.l rlihr, c; on-
taining about seventy acres of land of
a go(d quality. There is on said plan-
tation a good proportion of woodland
and naturally good meadow, a young
apple ,icli h nid, of lt.. be-t *". ftre i ft ':
JutS bgii,'iIii2 : 'i h1.0i5, t'l'e remi'ailiO -I
is orjl)1, iiis \ 'elI is inih ri 'i:a I l lIt elL-.
set witlh los') 'T, under L l. a I i'nic prinl-
cipally ci'-.inut rails. T'lhe' builldinfl
are a new stone dwelling house, and-
barn, a tonee iinlk house,- over an ex-
cellent spring of water; there is als-
, ral',,,ble st,,ie quarry 'ther-erin l I ,
I mnd lir- hand odr elye ton die sl.itut, and
is a :1.ir!'wv, kindly soil, agrees re-
mnarkably well with lime and plaster.
which with its being so near the mar-
ket renders it an object worthy the at-
tention of the husbandman.
The above property i t, .-ll watered
pleasantly situated, andin a healthy
and good neighbourhood. For further
particulars apply to the subscriber on
the premises, by whom conditions
which will be easy) will be made
known (n the da Nof sale.
N. B. The sale to commence at 1
o'clock on said day.
Jan 6 751T
PT,-- leave to inform thl,. Public t1la'
he has just received from E..I,-,,,I a
handsome assortment of Hardware,
consisting ofh
Geitrman and cast-steel handsaws,
Do. ilo with ironbacks,
Various. sets of knives and forks
with carvers.
Gold metal tea-kettles w;th stands,
Britannia metal tea pots,
Polish steel true irons,
P,?:tl; i..;, p,,i-k>t do. butcher knives
:t.i,, is:l-,
St -- r-, fl ,-, i,,I,.,l,.~. &.-. &c.
ST ',,, ,i.i,,'\. o l,, .,,. ..I tihe first
quality, and nov. 1:.',II :-i,, -le at his
house in Westcestser, and may be had
upon terms the most adivantpageous to
the purchaser. Good alloauice Inade
to store-keepers.
TWM. HonesoN.
Jan 6 75
On reasonable terms, a new stone
tenant-house and rnsiilli.,-., with all
tl' appal.'l tus neceszirv f.-.:r l,,k-
niiit in-, in a good nriighb-'',rih....l I (,.1
business-a good blacksmith ',itil a
small family who can be well recom-
-deueIc'v will be preferred, especially,
if lie will take an apprentice who has
worked in thle shop since last spring-
.'nlusiii at- le .,sI .. it i'rin Charleston
township. JACOB WERSLER.
Jan. 6. 75
To be sold at PUBLIC SALE.
On Md day the 18th instant, at tihe
dwelling of the subscriber, in Mill-
town, E-: .t.'-ll*n..1ll the store goods
on hand, the property of David Wil-
"ill ai ii M.,--i Hoopes, dec. tradii,'
under ili '.in oflWilson and Hoope:-,
Queens, t'it., tin & eartlhen ':li.,
IlI d h, ii. .il kindsa-
Brushes, Ropes,
D, I:,;. Medicines, Pair is,
(ll, iar.il Oil stands,
Groceries, best Vini,.'r, &c.
Iacon, all kinds i: ,,, .7...;ir-
Empty Barrels, 1-I2 .,. K.:.,
Boxes, &c. An ea ,:'llent s-, ,'ir.irv,
an excellent two H.io -- :. i.gl, l -i
ness, a corner Cupboard, and many
other articles. Sale at 10 o'clock on
said day, and conditions made known
by David Wilson, surviving partner
.if' W ilson & I 1 !11''.p .
F!: it..,bn;in Jan 6' 7'5 i"2t

.Ie southll-east, whichl makes it supe-
rior for grain M id gr.t... It i- .11 i. l N lOTICE.
into small fields, all in view of the If Patrick M'Gee, now, or late a res-
house, v.ill water in most of riii., ident in Chester county, will call on
D," IIl pa:.i:ui ,1 .i ti h a part of two Robert ;1in',Il il ili- Tl.-_i-i.-r' s .,lhce
fhol..l, be;fir. ille ,loor; the bil, lng. ;i WVestchester-, !he .-S 1I be il i ,.,LI of'
a,, L 1 cm iinnt,|li oiti two story -.1.111- rite lii' ..':,. of a relation who has ap-
house, 50 by 30, with piazzaiLa I ,il Ioii.tc,:l II,,- Said Patrick his Executor
of the whole. Also a l.,| ,e .rne- tiri, irll :a principal Legatee.
both lately crver-dtl h %ili cIlar.. A Jan. 6. 75
,-..,d pi;n' f ii|nei..'r filing water, con- ~. "\ \, ESTATE -
'. iicted thIn sig-h pip'es into the kit,> 'll I' PRIa''E .S'Aq LE.
part ol' the .lioi, where is a convenient Thesubscribers offers for sale, all:
milk house, from thence tl iui.0:li thI that message a'ld lot of land situate
barn yard, &c. The above described in the borough of Westchester, now
I.cpII-'liy i handsomely sitiutid, in a occupied by Robert Sproul, and boun-
pg.nl n *,i.;houtitl...l,~ i ns ml etiii. toI pla- ,.1, hb prnl'.p rtfv of Tl.ai.a nD. lington,
ce- ,of pibli, wi,.s.si,, mills, &c. Esq. anid Ch.utle I, n i niton. The
.L, fIurter ldo...riuiii, is deemed .In- i5; ti,,n i. sorv .Ie-sirahl.. Robert
ne-es,:ary, :i t inclining to pi'- Sl-,..,si will hi.w' the irO'ii'-. to any
dhase, are i-1 isedl to view for tip.';i- ,er i.cliniri to ircdlie.1 Aplica-
S..:- .. r t 'rr'".- pa;rticii;ari.s quire tion to be made to Joshua Weaver who
(" the ,.-wt., iher, I; ni thlereon, sho ill treat for the same.
-'i1l sl', (htpr- iii.ea and make .f nn Scott,
known i tI terms Richra'l Scott,
ELLIS DAVIS. N. B3. Charles Barrington, will
Doe-run, i m. 6th. 75 iil:es i-e dispose of his lot. 72,tf

.To be Sold at PvliUc Sate.
On the premises,oUn fifth day tihe
21st of January inst, at two 'li:cl.

situate in the township of %ev.: tnin.
Delaware county, fourteen miles from
Philadelphia, two miles from Bealu-
xmont's tavern,.one and a halt from
Radnor Clhurch-'uppo-ed t'' .l abui.,
ninety si' acie ithi n,,'J pip'.i.-
tion of osridl-ll..d. The land-is of a
good quality, bounded by lands of
le"ei Thomas, Llijhl Brooke.and oill
ers; the improvements are ae stone
i. -iling house, llhi a well of water
near the do:Ir, log barn. It is ..ilemldii
unnecessary io .;r. aIny titi''g tf :l1,
a- ir'e;. i- i-l;'"g to -purchase wil]
' ie[, t.i t.-,:e-lv~\ ps. Payment will be
made easy. For further particulars
apply to John Hunter near the premi-

N. B. Attendance will 1-e ien and
terms made known on tne day of sale,
)I.i :. ;.'c.3 COil;;- r, ;.
Jan 6, 1819. '5
PULP SU,-'i l' to an order of the
Orphans court, for the county (*'
Wlill be exposed to Public sale,.
On Third day tl64 26th of the first
month, 1819, on the premises, a Lot
of laird. 'iin the ri estate of Ai).l-
ham Roman, deceased ; .contiiillili
13 acres and some p,!rches, be the
same more or less; situate in -West-
fallowfield township---bounded by
lands of Benjamin Walton and Isaac
Smith. The iii rnv.*'rl,,:,,' area con-
v ni.-it stone .l i, 'l i.: house, two
t.i d.l.i,, will, I,. i rooms onthe
first floor and four above; a stone kitch-
en and other out-houses; a good well
of water at the door, a. stone spring
house over a never failing spring; con-
ve.lient' to several mills and places of
worship.. Any ,l'.- -, -i '. i I.. I
the premises, i.,\ I 4' -I, '. i, Il ,,..
by applying to I5AAC ROM! \N, liv-
ing thereon.- Sale to commence at
one o'clock on said day, and tme con-
ditions made known by
Dec SO '-:*
All r ., h i- ,- .1.. nands ,c r. .- t he
estate I I i ..i., late 1 I I1arl-
', ,,- .],'. .'* .. .. .,re. requi ;sted to pri'-
.. nI ,I,,I 1,. i t'fI semlleLmIni t-in-il
all persons inldeted tot the sad-estateeither
by Bond, Note or Book acncopt, r: othtir-
wise, are rtequiested to i:iik i rnmedialde pay-
mitent, on or before the 2i il of Janiiuary inst.
otherwise their accompts i'l be bpl:acedI in
the hands of" proper persoLs fi' ciliectioi
without delay or respect to persons.
'!I'n r ,- .'* I- .- ,:', Exrs.
I t I 1 I \ 'luN S
1st Month 6th 1819. 751

Atan Orphan's Court held and kept
at Westchester li'r the county )f Chester,
the 12th day of Novenmber, A. D. 1818, be
fore the hmoorable John Ross, Esq. and his
associates Judges present.
Up,on tlie petition of' Enoch Davis, onie
of tle sons of Doctor John lDavis, late of
ihe township of Tr'edyflrin, in the cointit
of Chesteir, deceased, twho died intestate.
Rule upon all the heirs, aInd other per-
sons interested in the real estate of said de-
ceased, to come into this court on the first
day of' the next 1 ,1 ,rI Session thereof,; t
wit, on the first Monday of F( bruary niext,
i.' ..''pt or refuse Lot No, 2, part of the
.i .'.. estate containingg one hundred &
sixty two acres and three quarters, bounded
by lands of' evi John, land late of Itenja
';im !).'i- -I:. ci.' -. I and others, with thlt
aF].,ir,.:, i.r.. ::, I t the vah .,il ,,.,]....f. or
.. same day, l.; I,. -.aid
..I .- r i d o'.l not be sold, a.:.'.r.'rt "
the provisions of the Acts of .\::..:rTI.I 'I
such case made and provided.
From the Record.
JoHN G. 'WiMStsLEn, Clerk.
Dec. SO. -r 74

IX I N'" lEL\V Ahi).
RAN. away from the subscriber liv-
ing i Honeybrook tuonship, Chestter
county, on the morning of the 21st
instant, December, an indented ser-
vant boy aged IS years, named Abner
Dickson---ad on when he went away
a I .i ni l.,l. .it ,.,t,jacketand trowsers
all striped homemade--whoever se-
cures said servant so that I may get
him again, shall have the above re-
ward, but no charges.
74 BENJA.d10N II, \PLE.

All persons indebted to the estate
of Joseph Vogdos, late of Marple town-
ship, deceased, are desired to make
i i.,',l:.Il : i.:y'mi:'i l t and all those hav-
ing demands against saiid *.l.ifs are
i'e'rt.'il f, bring then forward le-
- ilI .,iit,-t'..l for settlement. The set-
thli:um ,t I tlie accounts to be made at
the house of Thomas Temple, in Mar-
pie township.
S .INO. ,M. MOE, .ddm'rs.
TH.'S.'lEM PLE. j
Jan. 6, 1819, 75 4tfl

Just received from IHopewell Fur-
na:, ,'', rti fir s.le by the subscribers,
I,, .;i.,,,'rti ent iof well fini-l, ,l .';ti..i%\ r~.
WestChester, Oct. 28. 65 tf

TO nRi.T.,
'1 HE ip subll iuclr tte'_, i, let tll;it
v al rabli taiern e soir d in IWe-t .t ri,
the sign oI tle -,j'_.i l': E'.;[e at pi r-
-.nt nioccupl-d b\ Jesse (-i.oJ, a.id tli,
Farm appurtenant theretrp. It is too
well known as a place of extensive
business, to need a word of recom-
mendation. Apply to
Westchester; Jan. 6 75V

A'fx Cents RiSward and no U('f,, .
R\11 -i.iav from the Snbscriber,
WA II 1. lli- I:t., Dec. 28lt, 1818,
leaving tl .-t 'Ir ... l i.I wnship, Chester
county, a N-,, II. i, I.' ears of age, about
5 feet 7 ;i'l'.,- I,1., -'out made, pock
marked, by name .lA-Mr;s CAAHsnr, supposed
he will go to Lancaster, as his father live.
I(ere. Had on when lie went away, home
made sailor-jacket and trousers, a ivool lha
and new pair of shoes.
January 13, 1819. 7651
AL, Persons who, have demands
against the estate .-', i'l,-iri r HOOD,
late of the town nship .i r In, I)cla
ware County, deceased, a're requested
to. Il i,.; til..-i demands legally attest-
ed-and all persons .wh; .lIP ni 1-l .
*.-I to said estate, are IrnLq'1.i,:d I,
come forward ard make payment
i-,e,... RICIlhARiD 11001),

l1:1, i.,, SO. 1818. 75q

Between Second and 'lird streets, Pliila-
delphia, informs his friends and customers
lie lias f'6r sale, a variety -I .-'' -1 and sibc'
P'ATENLT LEVEL WAI' Il.', together
wi i, .i : .. t' 'i I of war' W ia ntt '
pl .. .., -. .h ,,. steel h .t, ,--
seals and keys, (of the latest fhshiol., i..
best workmiainslip ; also jewelry, silver ta-
ble ant ltea spoons, sugar tongs, thimbles,
&e..&c. Clocks and watches F, -.,;c-: :i.
warranted as usual.
Octlbe.r 7. 62 eowlf

A l.-ft, .. ., I., t ,li I.:. l l to .l, .,l
W ilcox, Esq. of ('1 ...... l l owr.-'i
De\. co.,which was sentC b the post
boy. weeks ago is missing. Any per-
son who will i'., ,I 1it t,- M r. W il-
cox or return it i, i'.. Record Oii. -
.'is early ,is possible ivill cotit;r 1.1-
vour on the EDnrotn.

All persons indebted to the estate
of Sanniil Levis, itle of the l *,' I --l;i
of Kennett, ideceased, are r' i re '- l '. rI
imike immediate payment, and il..--
havini't lIigal delm:!dils to present li....
accountss to VWM. 'WAL'TERl. Ex'ir.

FO'l IP1 ~ 1 .1. ,I" N',

J.Y f'ROTP'Rf & Co.
No. 47. N. Front St. PrIiLADELrPHIA.
Septenler 2. 1818. tf57

NIA.M' \, l. NOTES.
City ofNew ,York Notes.
All except Canidei quoted at 1 per cent
Philadelphia notes, Easton, and German-

Farmers Bank of Lancaster,
Lel. County at Chester,
Chester County at West Chester,
Bank of Ionttgomery, at Norristown.
New Hope, :
Farmers' Bank at I]lbri .il. ,
Old Bank of Delaware,
U. S. Branch Bank Notes, 1 pr ct.
-. 1.i.,,_. r,.', Bridge Com. at Columbia 4
i: .. 1 I L L. 4 ]1) 1' Ct.
SNorthumberlaiid, IU ,..., no sales'
l.ancaster trading company 4 pr. ct.
Silver Lake, 4 do.
Little York, Chambersburg 4 pr. ct.
i, 1 ...-.. 4. per ct.
t i ,, I no sales
i. h,, i. i,..i K, 4
-.p d, 5 r ct
Pittsburg notes, 8do.
Marietta. 4 tdo
All the the rest of Pennsylvania Bank
notes o .l .: .I ...1. i 1. 1. t,. 10 to 25
Baltimore, 1 pr. ct
.\iinil.lii and branches, 3
,l k ,~ .5 0
Cumberl. Bank ofAlleg. 5 do.
Ht agerstow ni 4,
Sno'whill, Somerset & Wooster, & Pc.it
Deposit, not taken.
Wil. and Brandywine 40
Farmers .Bank at Dover, 10
Laurel tBank Notes, '
Smvrna 10

PRICES OURiHaNT.-Cosrrected' weekly

for the RECORD.
PIIIA.DELPIAnl Janlary, 13.
Flour, per barrel, -
Barley, per bushel, .
Oats, .do.
Corn, .do. -
Salt, do. .
Plaister of Paris, per ton,
Butter, Fresh, per pound,
Hams, do -
Whiskey, rye, per gallon,
do. apple, do.
Flaxseed per bushel -
Timothy seed do: -

7 50
1 0i
4 (I

nilr i.. 7 .w i m So o
.i], n ,. t I l[ r" l l 'L't I, 'L I .l I ,
illLkr' i J te ,..l .'-1t1r i ,," L ,i, ed'
S'- l., I ,. I I 1. .
\ i l,:i f 1(. .> !? |'.L ] ,l ,' ,. .

Nathaniel White nat ,'iy. 'The day ftl-
iowi g- they were L.. Ji I' -o.' t ,i t '
sentenced to be -Ii ..h l i 1 :I .. i' ;.
montL h.
Laetst from .r'.. :.--l'. ii, ,. ii ,1 'I
L lt. i ... ,

Jil I I '2', i ;,of' EngI1la1d died (on
!.L 1i i November. Sir .. ', .. ,i,
a period to his existence., I :. .r I '
caused by .'. I'- 1.. i : tJOss of blea
wife, hy -', :; i I I i i" h ."tn
it e 2d 1o r ... r' I h, I
. I i.r ,. 1 ., i e 1 .1 i i, ., ',, ,-
object L r .. I from St. Ifelea.
.rd.'. ,. i ',,.L. the giec -
tlem: n ,I l .., I I' ;.. i'' I l M ayor'
fl Ast, g ,, ., I .I L ; .. ,. in
Loindd6, I .. h Ii .
were 1; i :- :
A fte i .. .. i .. .. ,1. i '1 . r,,
dlr'aik I i l I- 'i ,- .l ll. I I LL.. i [i.. '
respect and regard.
Upon proposing the he:dth cf the iu'o-
pean Ambalssadors, the Ambassador of Ba-
dten, as we lunderstooli, relin-ied thanks iil
t neat speecil, delivered in '1 Eug'lisl
'Ihis t i,' s ;' ', ...I hy a toaist propo-
sed by lthu I.oi.1 T .,. .. ,
,-ddress Ilis .. ,i i:.1. ,..I. thIat o)! I ropo-.

I h h ,'I:... L V s ,

separated from ."ngllad -'l 'II .. :,
'nlst feel towards tthe An;.i'riccans d greailt
iegiree fcf affinit', and that tlh is..'i;.
111a 1it. serve tol psodice, bette(:n ..
most cordial h'irnmnyo ni'list be thie wish. c.
1 ..I 1 : ,r;:.. .',.. ,1 ', .;thcer n auii; tl .
.. I i, I" r i h l, '"ill ..1-., l ,'
iim 9ioltld ( i, ;' ii Ile e -. T i .
about to prol.ose, inamel y, tl.... \,..,I,. .'
4!i;ba.-sador, .1 pace between
!'!hi toast l '.- r =, -i ,, ,,!t
L I e sal iiti 1,I I i .' ... .'- I L '. I
l .. rose 1 I I i I ', 1 1 A i, .
.i, i acclamir ', .n ri- : 'i l. .' [t I
tleilauii after expressing his sense of tbe
honor conferred upon his nation and upeon
hiin ti, by the manner in which I toast
1i .I !.. en received, observed, tlhatit wse:
Ii,, interest of Amer-ica ta .;r ,, i. ".
I, h iarm ony with ..', 1. 1 i .. ....
reciprocatingu tlie seitimer.i, I..ii ,
'. 1;.... had heard firom the t.. i .-
was the feeling of America t. 1 ;. ._ IL ,
co rse.' That tlie sale feel .' I'i i ..
in this country I he holpet' l i' .-'. !
'r, unicable connection i i
Ir ,, .. ... .p.. l. ., . .... h i ', : '. .1 u,,
lui'g-lived, ..- i' as ... i I |.. ,, hILL,
umost aixiou I' ', i I .

From the T. ; "17 :,." ".
M aIL 1{ L. ,; I.- I I 11 l .. reCI. .I... I. .[
thamt we giave a fiew days since an account of
the loss ofl tie mail b itweeni this ii ,.-' ai d
iashingtlon. Yesierldaye I. r., 1 ... ,-
c: committed I to. tlie -'. i',l.ri ..
County on thel charge i' '.i ... '.. !
I h- circlnlstantces as related to tIS are :i,
follow: the careless driver it "-...,' lest
the mail bag out of the :' !-. i wlich -saS
fobnd byl tle two negro men abovementio.
,It 1.-i ,I. 11 I' '"I-. I r lh ,; L "
w h at r *. .h, .. ,i ', I ,ii, | l '' I, '
pear, we are told, t.:. .' r:. .. .. I ..
I'hey conlrived, ,,.. .,. '.. r..i '.
way into it by the I .t l.,,,i c, ,,, r,..i.
iig" it contained 1' .]- ....r ., [ ,
open these also, took from them about 2,803
dollars in bank 1i m., I ',ih ,.,, i. .
ters anld he mail lbag ', r ,.r, 1 I.
v .h a I., . .., ,,I ,
yet ,.
Gen. Adair's suit ag'aist Gen. Wilkinson,
for il!se imprisonment during Btirr's con-
slpiracy, has be.- ri .1 I. .I ilI : .atchez
court lL '.. i I h ., ,i ;' ..'y; .i. .'
J'Yevu-London, De,' -F i .. i1 fa letter
i -. ,. l ..... t. I, .. i BB uenos
'..'- '--" heree mrvived here the
last of August, a transport of' 20 S)anisal
troops, which sailed from Ctadiz in a fleet of
17 sail,i under convo" .,- t. 1-,,, ,i
Cape Horn tile soldi.ri ,.,I ,... l ., I i- r II
ship; kill d all the 1 ,. I .' i :. ...,i i i, .
S !,. j ...... them to .. ,.' i .:. .. ,...
rdericd thle captain and crew t :...
her to Buienros Ayres. 'I ,. ._ .. I,.1
by a senior sergeant--They were escorted.
into the town ,il itr i.,,ps, shouting vi-
va !a Patria, ".'a -'. I to the pLiblic
square, where they took tile ...,' I A' allegi-
anice ) t l. i L' -r ,', .i.
'ermont.--An act has passed r 1 .,:.
poor debtors, !I.'-I allows the.-. l. 1.1...
emlt f'.m i,*;i I. ;, leep and one
year's -e,,.. I,. .- I 1 :IL...j-, either of woo.
yarn, or cloth--the best swine, or the mear
of said swine, and one cow, with sufficient
forage fbio both sheep --.i1 c... -.. ano-
thel' law, pensioners are .Il. v-. i- I .i .1 tll
poor mania's oa th te sane as if they had
i.r.li,,,dute. A fine of twenty dollars may
be recovered of persons who retail sp'ritu-
ous liquors without a license ; this law is in-
I-n,l,:... to "destroy the numerous tipphlin
.h,,p- "and of "cotlinelling many who'
. '.,iI.I live by mi"r''lill',I;'-, to refrain from
encouraging ,,iil.-ii. ''
The Piles. A cure for this most painfiu
disorder has been considered, by those ai-,
flicted with it, (eftlhie first importance.
The writer of' this has, for the last fie
years, suffered under this inveterate-disease,.
,1,i, 'l t h i ,,. I ..: could ,i,.i ,' ; ,, i. 'l ,,.L'
I, 'l Ih: I, -.,l:i.h:1,iii r,.L with a person who.
g-ave him a recipe which has effected:; hnhimr
a complete enre; atnd he now from motives
f' humanity makes it known to. tlie public--
viz: take .a lump of .:r.i.,-' British Aillurn
about two inches in I. ,.'. I. wh;ch. smooth.
down with a knife t. the ,ii.i.,1, ,n i ,hle-"
quarters of an iacn l, apphl, ,l ,. ,, r.; *r.!
..;. -li, i fi4 nt Wetting it in r -, 1.! u ,'. 1. l-
ti \ tI 1 1!., days the cure will;be complete.

rGenit Iltnt in Olao--A large number of
inhabitants from the '.;i n-, ,f' N:lhlr, Hiram,
,'ri. N.:., M, il r,,. n, Ilta Cr, Charles-
t, ii, S I ,,1 1 and their vicinity, surrounded
on the 4th'inst. the town of Itootstown, ad-
vanced to a square of about 160 acres, pre-
viously laid out, and killed 20 bears, 26
deer, besides other small game, such as
turkeys, cats, &c.

.'lppoiniment by the Postmaster-general.
I lirrTr.iv IfHts, Esq. to he Posntaster
at U.. II.-li,_' Pa. vice ltu: -Ra T. STEWArrT,
Esq. resigned.
The Governor of this state has signed the
Diil:-.ti,-.iir, ..of JAM~rs MOnKS; wiho was to
be executed at Beltefonte on Saturday, tihe
23d instant, for the murder of RHUBE-N
.GunIL, in 1817.
At a special meeting of the Directors of
th-: Pi. ,ielpin > .,nlk. i, ..1 i he 31st uLit.
J..: ?.::.7, L-. '. i.s or. .r,irr, l.' elected
Pr .i '. l r i' ii(, tj itli r.:,m of Da-)(
viIdLen-o.r, esq. resigned.
Banu Dividends--The Directors of the
Bank of North America, and of the Farmers'
and Mechanics' Bank, have declared a divi-
dend of 5 per cent on the capital stick .I
said Bunks, fbr the last 6 months.
The Directors of the Hulmville Bankhhave
made an arrangement, by which the Notes
of that Institution, to any amount, will be
received, on deposit at the Bank of P'enn-
The IHarrishnrg Chronicle, of Monday last,
says, This is the day to whihl the Legisla-
ture stood adjourned: A quorum of lemn-
!ers appeared in the House of Representa-
'The Smallpox,' says the Lancaster Intel-
igencer, 'has been, for some time past, ii,
this city; arll so many have fallen victims
to it, that several of our citizens have be-
come alarmed.
JE*L~"_"" r u""""L""'""""

WEDNESDAY, ,1 .'. : L'.\iV 13, 1819.

OaCArrangements are in train to enlarge
the RrKcoa in the course of this month.
WiV.stchester Debating Society.
The question, Would it he proper for
the Legislature, by law to authorize the
vesiing in the hands of trustees, the estates
of those who are wasting them, by the in-
temperate use of sp;rituous liquors ?" bhav.
ing been under discussion on T'lhursdav eve-
nirg last, but not filly debated, the arg.u-
ment will be continued on Thursday eve-
ning next, at the Academy. The debate
will be public.
The great Duke of MArnonooritn, was
not, only censured by his government, but
5,l,-.1 ii'.l from his emplo3-ments, for mis-
nc.ni- t' in receiving a present from the
brcait contractor of the army.
.T:.I rF*,:c. of Gen. JTAxsoN, is as much
greater than that of the Duke, as the con-
stitution and laws of a nation are more im-
portant than a palhry bread contract.
-Some papers defend the General, n ilthe
ground, that he has rendered great se, ..'-
to the nation. The greatest state criminals
that were ever arraigned, might in almost
every instance plead former services. But
because a man has rendered service to his
country, does it. authorize him 'it his plea-
sure, to traiple on his country's laws, and
set at nought his government and the con-
stitution ?
The Legislature will not want for busi-
ness this winter, if we judge hoin the num-
ber of petitions flowing in upon them, Oni
the 4th, 5th, and 6:h inlsts. 61 petitions were
presented : Among them, one by Mr. Bor)n,
That the law for taxing dogs may' he re-
pealed, as it applies to Chester County--
referred to the' members of Chester Count
tyv And one by Mr. Pinar,, of Bsu .r'AM
FAI.., of Chester county, an old soldier, for
relief. Referred to Committee on Claims.
The Harrisburg Chronicle of Thursday
sas, The communications of the State
1.. -tir'. i, with. regard to the Farmer's
Bank of Lancasteri which appear under the
legislative head this day, have created great
sensation in both Houses of Assembly. The
general opinion is, that the Bank will
be divested of its charter. This morning a
.bill for that purpose was reported to ile
Senate by the committee on binks."
The comnmuniication referred to, was to
this effect :-The bank had offered to pay
its tax to inr i, partly in notes of banks
which refitse to redeem their bills with
*specie. These the TreaSsurer refused. The
bank declined paying other notes than those
offered, : <:len ii,, that by the act of incor-
poralir.n they had a right to pay in such
, money, but add, "-should they, however,
Be mistaken in this opinion, they are ready
ao coilply with.the law as soon as the true
construction of the same is settled."
Whether this is a matter of suffilient mo-
ment to warrant annulling the charter, is a
*question for the Legislative wisdom, (not
passion,) to decide.
2. ,i :',,:,-.. --. plot is said to have been
.discovered at.St. Ielena, having for' it's ob-
ject the release of BoUNsA'IITrL.
A strangelooking schooner, a surprising-.
b1 fedt ill.:,r. has been chased away from
the island twice, and been seen a third time.

-(en.-GovnuRGn, who left St. Helena in-
dler i.cr- t.::e .-.'*.. ;-.g quarrelled wiili Gen.
lBEITrainr, lhas been compelled tc Iea've
England, under the alien act.

I have shewn Sylva's" epistle to
Mr. Harwood. After i,.,king ii tr-
lul a minute, and shaking his head in
his peculiar way, It is a pit;"' ,5 id
he, It is a pity. I think she hald
better not have him, but I.will cnn-
sider of it." So thrustir, the letter
into his leather breeches pocket, he
we'It .' 'ir .
...L '-" cuts with a most k.ren ,nrJ 1fi..
ished edge. lBut lam afraid Iis picrlk e is
... .. ,,.,. t 'ri- L:, l to hbe a. fan1.. p'i.c
I wish ctiace ', ,.,l ,i c n. nii. (, H ..'.' ', ,n-
ty to converse with the author. fis hint
shall be attended to.

Deaths in Philadelphia tie week-en-
ding January 2-..--- .i time
in ?.r,' -York-- '1.---- Tlr* C,'nan-
daigua Repository of Dec. 22, says-
" l ie Winter, in this quarter, remains
open. 'ili h grillndl is 'frozen, but is
not covered with snow, and the sun
shines with the pleasantness of the
mildest month of autumn. Sodry &
extraordinary has been the weather
during the present month, that while
our ears are suffering with cold, our
eyes are annoyed witll dust."-- This
Slithe more singular, as far south of Ca-
nandaigua there has been 2 weeks of
good sleighing; and on tihe 19th Dec.
the snow fell 4 or 5 iInces deep at Sa-
vannah.- Butter .eaters will be
glad to hear that at Reading it is quo-
ted at only 14 cents per lb.--
United S ales' Bank Stock is down to
104. W~m. Jones, Esq. is re-elected
President; tie dividend the last half
year was 2 1-2 per cent. T'le Legis-
lature of North Carolinia has laxed the
branch in that.stiate S5b00. The Le-
gilatlure of Kentucky has appropria-
ted 9200 to engage additional coun-
sel, to recover from the U.S. Bank the
tax imposed upon it by that state.-
It was stated, that on the 30th Sept.
a balance of 81,745,375 was due from
the State Bak.ks in PlI idell;l.i.., to tl,,_
U. S. Bank. By a statement from the
Cashiers ot'thos Banks, it now apetars
thattlke U.S. Bank was, on that day,
indebted to them collectively $49,827..
i hat alters the case.--'-W IU.LAa
LOGAN, Esq. is elected from KeI'ituck ,
to the Senate of the U. States.--
The Legislature ave resolved by a
vote of 41 to 27, to refer to the peo-
ple the queslitui of a new constitution
or not. In consequence of the death
of the Ion. GEORGE MuMiFORD, a
Representative inCongress from North
Carolina, Congress adjourned from
Thursday Dec. 31-to Mionday fill-

'iThe Secretary of o -rii. in a letter of
seven columns length to our Minis-
ter in Spain, intended as a reply to
the note of M. PIzAatto, the late
prime minister of Spain, on the
subject of the invasion of Florida by
Gen. JACKsoN, has tile following
paragraphs, which seen to justify
the conduct of Gen. JACKSON inl ex-
ecuting ARBUTHNOT antd AmriUs-
Tlhe two Englishmen executed by
order of Gen. JACKSON, were not only
identified with the savages, with whom
th-'y were carrying on the war against
the U. States, but that one of -them
was the mover and ftnmenter of the
war, which, without his interference
and false promises to the Indians of
support fronr the British government,
never would have happened-that the
other was the instrument of war a-
gainst Spain as well as the U. States,
commissioned by M'GRuEGOR, and ex-
pedited by Woodbine, upon their pro-
ject of conquering Florida with these
Indians and negroes; That, as accom-
plices 0of the savages, and shining a-
*a;in .t their better knowledge, worse
than savaged, Gen. JACKsoN, posses-
sed-of their persons and of tie proofs
of their guilt, might, by the ordinary
ald lawful usages of war, have hung
them both without the formality of a
trial; That to allow thlm every possi-
ble opportunity of refuting the proofs
or of showing any circumstance in ex-
tenuation of their crimes, he gave
them the benefit of a trial by a court
martial of higlihly respectable officers:
That the defence of one consisted,
solely and exclusively of technical ca-
vils at the nature of part of the evi-
dence against him, and the other con-
fessed his guilt. Finally, that, in re-
storing Pensacola and St. l.ji!-, toi
Spain, the president gives the most
signal proof of his confidence, that
hereafter her engagement to restrain,
by force, the Indians of Florida from
all hostilities against the U. .States,
will be effectually fulfilled ; that there
will be no more murders, no more
robberies within our borders, by prow-

ling along the Spanish lines and seek-
ing shelter within, i, i. display in
their-villages the s',ealps "i r,,r '-ri.r,-
and chili en, their victims, and to
sell, with shameless- e or'ti ve, v the
plunder from otr citizens- in Spanish
forts and cities; iI,-.t u e shall hear .ii
entire ?pplr.giei fiom Spanish govern;
ors and comma.tdants, of tlei, ina-
bility to perfrirn the duties of their'
'ifiie ald rl ri solcirni coifra-it of ith.r
cirui'triT' lyn--t 'or e -'trr, for co1in-
pli:nce to tIlr savage enemies of the
U. States from the drnadn of their at-
tnrl-.' uporn lmne'le.'--- inCmore 1iar.
bor'iwr of lfiioiirrn impr'ter-, nupn'ii cnmi-
puill;i.nn : that a stre'lti slrR'fi'ient will
be lo.,pt in t,.-, pnir-in, cp tn r. 1tr' r e' il',e
Indi.ins b"y fr,'e, and otflie.rs .rn.v-.
ered and instructed to employ it effec-
tually to maintain the lEri-,, faith of
thl- tiaiini, by the effective fulfilment
of tie treaty.

T'rnr,'mnn n-ctr "nTn T'In nT E^fl'rtn

A.Anr4AHi G nD, ul' the township of
ii .. Ii r.:.: and county ofCh~-teir II ,;nig
made a complete assignment of all his real
estate to tile Subscribers, for ttie benefit (iof
!. iid ir r.: In conformity with the trust
:.-. -'r, I fllm, they offer the following
!' AN I A I I irN Public Vendue, on Mon-
. itir-ts dI,:- it F.1 .rluary next, at one
:k le it'ir. .i': .-l ini the
"' r.!,I r i', r,: i ; -....-; county of Clles-
ter, containing 168 acres, more or less.-
I'l1e ilrpiovements are a new Log House,
a .' 'IL- r'i.I 'n i.1h other useful ...iihl;I.. ,
twelve .:,. t.ttLr, acres of good meadow,
ind r.cdi A rr O.-t her'! his property is
:-\'r.. v i :1] '. .l. .,I. hr.a number (ot
.'i,,. .n..,i]. t ,,li. l prem ises. A
,ire..' prcp..p- iti t1o., in-act is cover-ed
,iil Ciir ., i;i.'.. r The fertility of tie soil
Ili .i11 .i .I of ain li, i ijnferiori to none in
tlie cotuntv. Pe'rsons inclilingi to purchase
land, are invited to view the premises, who
will be shewn the same by either of the
Subscribers, who will make the conditions
fully known on thte day of sale.
DlAVIID JONKS,. i Assigneesi
January 1st 1819. 76







iui teJ Ji i r:r. rcrr.ii. Iv. r LAST NOTICE.
Lines adapted to thie third act of SHAics- ALL Persons indebted to the Sub-
PEAnt's Seven Ages- scriber, are earnestly requested to make
" And then, the lover; payment on or before the 20th of Pebrua-
Sighing like firrnace, with a wofiul ballad ry next. Those complying with this re-
Made to his mistress' eyebrow."' qiesl, will save trouble and costs-as after
Tothat da e, all unsettled accounts will be
----- ---., --- placed. in the hands of all officer for collec-
Can sorrow o'erclolnd tint ",1 ofthine, tion, without respect to persons.
Wherere peace and serenity dwell-. EZEKIEL WHITE.
Can sorrow bedimn thoisti eves divine, Westchester, Jan. 13, 1819. 76
SI...n.:". beams of comptncency fell F-lIIF.[::I' t't IJILLMAN,
0 never gainn let clouds destroy,
That ne i e ..fa ,J,%. l',I o.'l. ;.I.. Fashionable -lair Cutter and Dresser,
N ore r e'e .-e ,..,:,,-Ird 'I.. L I. ,i.- f'i, L.. ( otr -LO s dO i.)
Which fl .i, -I'Ct he Iiin .. 0 til., eve. Tespectfiruy informs the, inhabitants of
Westchester, that he has commenced his
The perisionary DE VITTr's three rules of bus. .b siss inn Gay-street, opposite the Spread
incss. Eagle Tavern, where all those who shall
STo do one thing at a time :- horror hliin vith their custom, will receive
Not to trust another to do that which he every attention from the public's obedient
could do himself :- serv.nrt.
Not to put off till to-morrow what he January.13, 1819. 76 6t
could do to-day. '
INDITA .\ :- P'TE. IN pr'rsua.uce of adjou rnment, a la rge
An Iunianl once. askedd what thee and res)pec;able nurihBer of the iniiabitants
white men meant by cnv'ot'lenPfs IDtl partsof Chester & Lanca:ster counties, as-
He was fold that it was a ie to the lhonse ot'Abnerl aily,(M t
e was fold that it ws a, desire Veruorl,) on thie 2d Jani. 1819, for tnie pt.r-
have nore' than one neeede. hat is pose of adopting resolnutios relative to the
strange replied he. t-r;rmation of a new Couinty, out of. parts of
...... (.Chester and Lancaster counties, and thle fl-
Fnoanr TinE HARRiISSt:R5 ComtonI.cmi. )owiling linlts were unanimously agreed up-
In sen-te, Dec. 2z. In, vi'. Begininig at Mc'Call's ,lerry, on
tile river Susquehiannah, ilnjeilce to thi cor-
The following Resolution was otifer-. ier of Saisuny towu hip, enc..;et. Cl s-
ed by Mr. ,S. Coc4nR.N, seconded by ler cuiont--il, ,.. ...i.. sua: line to the
Mr. BnIzCK i erks county lii,, -i-i.i .... southl-east to tilhe
Resolved, That the Aul;'rllr.,nn-al intersection of Lbnrdo-.Britain and New-
be and he 1..'~ ,.:b is rev.'ll,,, -, '. 1i n 2t. 'c- 10n toto ,.1i --l _.' .. along the circ.n-
ish the Senate with astatemetl of' .t U.!. awarc to tile Ma-
trish the Senate with statement, show^- yvlad line-lthence along said line to the
ing the amount of exempt and militia ri'e '.. ,,.lh .i ,i,-I;, ,,. uip tle same
fines, assessed iir .>c -,I,. i.,I brigades l thle ,.i,.i, ..r ., III.;. -W which bounds
of militia within this C(,tiioinn uini th hii, rppIea& '. 1it Ir. 1,..., .... un ive to.tbie p b-
in each year, sinr,'r le I. 1 -,f I\i.:,i-, ic got d of any heretofore proposed, and is
1814' ; n .r t -n r.- '.:L'_t-I .111t t ll tile public apk probation.
18.14 1 t -l',lii,,,,i'lh i,' bci t l'', Ii,,:- e- I .. i i MANY.
emrp.t arid inlitia tiea s. -Also, t\'nl an J ..anuary 13, 1819. 76"
account of tihe militia fines collected A LOT OF LAND -- N i ,..
and'paid iintl tlre tir ti.l ;-, by the sev-
eral Brigade inspectors since that iHE SubscribeI offers at Public Sale,
time. And alsos, with a statement aLotfoLanda inN ,il.-..in n,iil, Ches-
S i jst a er co ilty, (.i,' ..... A .i,: i'.)re or
_,.it; 2 t,, ,~_l 'l e. ', paid out t i ..... ..i ,i ,' new
tfir' tri i- y n1i' ll l, t.il t*' I ii tita ex- House, withIa mostA excellent spring of wa-'
penses for the past year, illen'liii l the ter at thle door, and a small stable. About
salaries of the Adjutant-general and one hiaif ie and is in good lnul..., the
brigadle inspectors; t,.i;. thl., with the other very rich.
apown atht he Irhe sale to take place on Saturday, the
amount and nature ofthe claims made sixth day of February next, on the 'renmi-
by tlie different brigade inspectors, sis, at one o'clock, P'. M5. where at:e!:dance
which the Department of Accounts ii i.'... -I.eln, ant conditions made known
consider the existing laws do' not au- by the subscriber.
hlor-ise thlcmi to *:rI. "If the pIroperty is not sold, it will be
rise the t .* ______ rented. JAMES KREER.
as~~a- %,3.aSW a -r W ,tE..aIakwM tEa January 1, 1819. 76
D!ED-in Eastwhiteland townsihip, on
Saturday morning, 2d. January, ,JoA.rTu ?.!ri ;iJlC ANT' & GRIST MILL, &c.
R.IitCic.m, aged 75 years. It is worthy of F.-, .-:;t.'irt one mile north of
ibing mentioned. that he died on hii, birth :;,-,i i,,io,, -n ... ilt I a the same distance
dy.- _. of Schunlkill iin,., di.i,--131 miles floom
I i i.h, ... I Ie pli..t n iry c ro npriacs
li'J..' H. )''.. about .lr)'y Acres, of which about JU acres
Farmers who may wish to plant, or are first quality land. The improvements
may have Thorn Itedge in a situation for are a newm complete Merchant and Grist
drcssi.. .-.- l i;n -. .. 1-., accommodated Mill, with three pair of French Burrs, the
by WILLIAM liu \I NI.N an experienced whole ofthe best workanauship-also a Saw
workman, i .-_. fi mm Eugiriuid, who canll and Plaster Mill detached-a Stone Dwell-
produce I .-i.. :i., testimunv of his per- ing House, wi'ih Houses for workmen, Stone
formance. lie is likewise we'll acquainted Ba.rn, &c. Also u new Stone Dam, of sub-
with Planting and Pruning Fruit Trees, and "stanial workmanship, and Pond of about 14
with Gardening in general. Apply to acres of Water. There is an unimproved
TOWNSEND LAMBOIIN,: Mill Seat on the iprenrises, Ihaving eight feet
Near Marshalton. head, in. i .11 ir. i ,..- an Oil and Clo-
EDWARID TEMPLE, ver Mill. The whole forms a very desira-
Near Chaddsford. ble establishment. For particulars, apply to
JAMES SdAiT'II, George Lir.,l..,,
Near Trueman's Mill. On the premises,
Jan. 13, 1819. 76 eow3w Joseph Thomas, Esq,
PUBLIC SALE. Pres't. Bank of blongomnlery Co. or
John Standlridge,
WIL be exposed to Public Sale, No5, Soutll Nit street, Pilad'a.
on 7th day the 30th inst. at 2 o'clock, 1P. 1 Januaryn 15, 1819. 4t76
(if not sooner disposed ,.i- i I'; -.l .., y 18-
a valuable PLANTA Tl,i'N, i-n c ,.l l..111 '' l.)l 1 .'. i 'S R N l .
situate in the township of Birmingham, andi S'rIOLEN from or near the Plantation
county of Delaware, containing of the subscriber, abt the latter ell of
SIXTY-FIVE AC!h'ES, July or begiinning of Augtist last, tell head
(The property of William Chmi berlinn) on :'CA'I'TTLE, vz. seven Steers, two of which
the great road leaidiln from est-Chester are three years old, and fiNe of two, branid--
to tihnullilngton; six miles from tile tbrmer, dr1 oi each hoirI'n inI twi- pla'Tes, with U.
and tenll fom the latter ; adjoining Iands ol LEWlS, and three teifens, of two years
John Painter, Isaac G Gilpin and others. old; two of which are branded in like inan-
'he land is. in a good state of cultivation, ler as the steers, the other without any
being recently limed, and dtiv:ded into sev. maInk.
en .lots conveniently watered, with a rea- T'I'e above reward will be given for the
sonabie proportion of woodland. There discovery of the Cattle, amd apprehension
are erected on the premiscs -,.-'.ni '.m it.i- of' thIe thief or thieves; or a Iit, I c .
Log and Stone Horn'.. u I i 1 .1V II .-t1 m-- f-r aniy inrfiormation wlihicll may lead to a dis-
water ant the door; a fi-ame Barn and Stone covey of te atte only.
bp:;,-, ,Ii-...e r r ,never failing spring; A letter addressed to thle subscriber, at
an ., ,.- ,r .-.urb Applu e L ,: t.tr,i -rt'ie t r ,-, i, i cutty, P i. .i
best firu t, and other choice fruit trees. I r-, ,1I. 6 4. .llrc, ounty. Pb ,lc.:l..
title is good. : I l,- Ilr l will be n..
Any person wishing to view said frii n ,I ar,, Bthes and Tan-
before the day of sale may apply to the I. [ r. ested to the abaover
Subscriber, l iiirll i,.i.r' llr |he liw 111 n, 1 n real ii i\ 1 in'.rested to tile above
lSt Mo. 13th, .1819. 7A : 7 ]t- T l, -t ',
\\., l:'li_. --NOTICE.-
TIep Sib.h.ti;beis uill lake ,-ne or All persons are forbid trusting my
two hundred bushels of Oats, in txcini,aL wife Hannah, as she has eloped from
for Goods, if delivered soon. my bed and board.' .braham Lloyrd.
76 Towise D & IIHOOPES. Thornbury, Jan. 6, 1819. 75'1i

BY VIR TUE of a Writ of fieri fa-
cias to me directed,
Will be Sold,
At PublicVer-.ine, on rni.Jid rhe fifteenth
day of January irnt an .-ne o'clock i11 the iaf
ternoon, at the house of John Thompson,
in the township of F:a.lLr.Jiai ii ile
county of Chester, the Ill .i.. .r'ic ,~.f
personal property, to it ,it ..- II.-.-, ii
Cow, one Hog, W'aggon and Geers, lHouse-
hold and Kitchen Fur nature ; thr'eee sets of
Smith tools, andia q. ci.I;i, ,fi' finished and
unfinished Spades, sl..r-tis, Axes, Hoes,
&c. &c.-Seized and taken in execution as
* ic j.'.].j.I f'the said Jo. hnT i..-rnLju, iil
lo oie sOLD BY
CRO(i WELL PE I lCE, Sfi-.:
West-Chester, Slifls. i'.Al.c
January 13, 1819. 76ts

TO I3E 1il.,--.,v PRIVA'TE Sa F,
A VALUAI lrt FaRM, cnntaininrg
One hundred and Fifty Acres of Land, sit-
uate.in the township of Mkiddletown, in the
city of' Delaware, four milcs from old
Cthester, and twelve miles from Pliiladel-
phil. It is convenient to several places of
public worshi, schools, mills, and factories
of difl'eent kinds: bounded by lands of
Frederick Fairlanml?, Jonathan I'lTomas, laid.
ley Creek, and the FRdgmorit Road.-The
improvements are, a convenient Dwellinng
House, with a Kitchen adjoinling-a well atf
good waler at the door-a frame Barn, with
stabling underneath-a stone Milk House,
liver a never filing spfring-wagnggonr house.
and geer house. 'There are on said premi-
ses eighty'acres of woodland, of a superior
quality. 'The cleared land is divided into
fields of a convenient size, the fences all ,f
cheannt rails. A young Apple O.el-rda .'
grafied fruit, of the best kind.
Also-A Lot of Six Acr.si in Chester
town ship, on the aforesaid road. A further
description is deemed unnecessary. Any
person wislming to purchase, will view for
themselves r further particulars, en.
quirte of RIC!IARD DUTON., in Aston
iownslip, Delaware county, or to either of
i.he Subscribers, living in Westbradtford,
Chester County.
Westbr-adford, Jan. 13, 1818. t76

By virtue of a decree of the Hon--
orable, the Judges of Ccecil Co. Court,
rnl the Equity sides thereof, The sub-
scriber will sell at Public Sale, on
Thursday, the first day of April next,
that VALUA.BLE :,F.r inr hin ;it, rdlbeing
in Cn,:ii county, WN. in,-'tmiLtlnj
hundred, and adjoining lhe lands of
Messrs. James Evans and Nathan Har-
ris, consisting ofpart of two Tracts of
land, the oii-, c.llh-i Lovely lot and
the other Long Reach, late the prop-
erty of Robert Love of said county,
the farm contains 88 acres and arf
half, more or less; on it are a" coin
iii t. dil.-l d%% iii,- Ir.n-e in g'r.jnd ep.iir,
,baLrin .nl ,> .,cr ,iit budiiriir W. Ii nll,
sufficient for the place, amid alsO.i a o.,
orchard of both apples and peailrs,
the l.1.d.l is of a -ri r enn,i l ibl: kind
I'nal;ily, and t el-i adapted to the
growthh of clover, and action of Plaia
ter of Paris,
There is a good rrcr'.'rii;rln of wood.
land, and natural ;n..i .i. \, and the
whole is well watered 1% tfi, springs.
The situation of this property, issuch,
as would make it an agreeable rel-.
denre for any persons. It is distant
about two miles from the Rising Sun
Slhecre there is a'- I'-1l-t. ',, and the
same n -itri,- fiurom two houses of
public worship, ,1te one of Prehbyte-
rians, and tihe other Quaker perstia,
sion-The f.rn,_ ,'f sale will be that
the purchaser or piirnhasers shall give
1Iont with approved security, for tihe
payments ofthe purchase money, thle
bne third in six months, one third in
twelve months, and the lemriinrn
thiid in two years from the daly ofi
sale, with Interest on the whole a..
mount, and upon the pIayment of the
whole of thne purchase money and a
ratification of the proceedings the sub-
scriber as trustee will by a good and
sufficient Dee 1, convey to the pur-
chaser or purchasers, the property to
him or them sold, clerir and discharged
from all, equity, of redenmplion or the
right, tille, interest or claim of Jane
Kidd or Robert Love, or either of them
or any person or persons, claiming
from, by, through or under them, or
either of them since the execution of
the mortgage to satisfy which said
land is decreed to be sold.
CGEIiGl; KIDD, Trustee.
At the same time and place, the sub.
scriber by virtue of another decree of
the Honor'able, lieT J ,l,-- it'fsaid coun-
ty, ;ll h.ll at Public .iale another
adjoining it thI e above tlescrihed prop-
ertyv,consisting of parts of the two
said tracts of land, and containing aI-
so tIe quantity of F tv'-fei;lit and
a half acres, more or less, late the
property of Samtel -andt John Love;
on this lant nir riori-n.l Farm are also
a C(iniihrr','iirit, Dwe lling llfi,,pe, in good
repair, a Barn & other out biiilhJings--
and is in all respects much like the
one above described. These two
Farms are so situated, as would, if
wanted, make one fine Faim of consi-
dernble size. The terms of sale for
the last mentioned farm are the same
as those for the first mentioned.
Jan. 6, lam 3 m.



WHO is there in this wide world
Who does not look forward with hope,
To some particular recurring day
In the annual round of time ?
-The Churchman looks to Christmas;
-The Friend to yearly meeting;
-The Student to vacation;
-Politicians to elections;
And all-all--look to some day
To recompence withjoy, the cait.
Which fate has doomed us all to share.
The little Post-boys bosoms burn
To hail the NEW-YEAR'S glad return,
To sing their sonig in, borrowed verse,,
Or tale in broken rhyme rehearse:
To gather, as their rounds they go,
The tribute generous hearts bestow.
How ev'ry 'lip' each heart elates-
Fays Ned, I'll buy a pair ofskates."
Henry-" I'll save what cents I catch,
And buy a hat, perhaps, or watch.
: **
-But this song is not enough lads;
ollmeitliinr. more may justly be expected:.
Henry, as you are-the oldest,
Tell us what you have to say,
And Edwin shall follow:
HcIiry-Throuali all the varied seasons,
01 Summer, Winter, Spring,
Thirouh hieat, an. cold, and rain, and snow.
-'I'Hjlw wf l I 1 Co sitaiii t brings.
Adverji'lw4 hs lands to sell,
Go ?fu cs, meat choppers, houses,
Clocks, Wdchaes, bricks, and sometimes tell
Ot cattle strayed-or -pouses.
When e'er the Parterre blooms with flowers,
i\\.en 'f Edwin" puts forth all his power
When The Desultory Thinker" writes,
Or Monitor" the page indites
When Indian wrong.s" comnanu the ear,
And from the heart wriig pity's lear,
When the RetlectLor's" midur pel
Is drawn to make us better mien;
Sure to be welcoined by your smile,
I never heed the cjrier's toil;
But wliile those names to view I bring,
SThe Boston Bard I too must siing.
I knew hin i ell, a modest youth-
foe to.i ,t ile, a friend to truth-
His heart is sacred virtue's shrine,
His Renius kindred to disine.
I ,1-rk lst yum II.rp-he strikes the iring
And' tears nl'ity gI t, like spring-.
Listen ngilal out passious move ;
He wakes the soul te tend'rest love.
W ith war's delirious notes he charms,.
The warrior's soul is roused to arms-
Thiusat his ,ill each passion he inspires,
And wakes the s.sul love, or liglits ambitioi's fire
I'e told you p' the Indian w,ars,
Upon our southern border,
Where JACKSON set at nought all laws
'Of justice and of order.
He is a dashing fellow, faith ?
Aiid seems to have a-notioln,
Nothing should stop him in his course,
: But deidth, or else trlhe earn.
irisoiiers he orders off to death,
WVhether condemned or not,
AMBRISTER dies upon a tree,
AinnUsor O he was shot.
These blo.ldy doing-, let me say
Diisrac my couritry's name,
But I can't bring it into rlrime-hear me one monmei
ii prose. These bloody dounzs are a disgrace to ou
character as a people and a nation. Prisoners of wa
ha0ng without trial A prisoner, iot of war-ziot take
in arms--not taken as a spyv, but seiz'd on neutral terr
tory, tried by a court martial and condemned to instant
death A prininer acquitted by a court martial, and ye
oriierd to immediate execution! The orders of super
riors disregarded, and neutral territory seizerl upon-
this by a military chief, in a free county; a country
boasting of' tlle onipotence of its laws; of its justice :-
of its humanity! Let me tell you good people, if vo
gufer alle laws, tiinman and di.in e--your constitu

'A stoie of the Woodsi, a rjn u ii hli a : at i.
The five nations for a long time
hehi the balance of power between the
Enli-h in New-York and the French
in Canada. A more particular ac-
count of this singular people may not
be unacceptable, at tlhe sanie time that
it will illu-trjt,. the subject of "In-
dian wrongs," and explain the causes
which rendered their power more last-
ing than that of any other Inidian na-
tion. The consisted of Moh:r L.s,
the Oneyilie-. the Onondagpes, the
Cnvuta- auid Senekas, joined together
in a confederacy from time immemo-
rial. They appear to have been ori-
ginally an agricultural poeple. The
Adirondacks a powerful and warlike
tribe to the north of the St. Lawrence
subsisted by hunting and despised
their movie peaceable neighbours as
women. Oni some occasion tliev rmlir-
dered some young warriors of the five
nationss, who were,by this insult roused
.to arms. Tlhe Adirondacks drove them
from their territories, andtheir chiefs
to inspirit the people turned their
arms against the Satanas a less war-
like people on the banks ofthe Lakes.
There success against this tribe gave'

them fresh cor
themselves to th
soon able to invi
Adirondacks and
the whole nation
which was thus ,
total ch.Inre in l
five nations. TI
came their, ru
oveiran a great I
ca, carried :n-ir
Cairolina, to the
Enilanil and as
Mississippii, enti
nations of whom
ieMaiitinr ng inong,
of the Five nation
rIeptblic by itWelf
castle (as their
rounded \ilth pal
termed) was iide;
ed by ;ts Sachnmes
ly authority estab
was that ofvwisdon
never executed
force upon their o
shame and ront
ments. There
ministry of the fi
denin his hi-tory
has gained his oil
b" merit : there is
or any sort of pr
office, to tempt ti

sy)- Q S cruelty to their prisoners it the great- avar;ce ar evaded by cu'lluiiun. a pro
?J)AESB.I f a est stain upon their character and is vision in that law however, enev ed
Deservedly held in abhorrence. Bui iwld continued by the law of April
"l'EIC OVb'B, TO TUL R AT 4 S this isa tiait which has miarlned all l01, allows that if slaves are import-
rude and warlike people and cannot ed, they shall be disposed of, a-j.;.,
be chaig'.d upon the indiins a :a pe- hly to such regulations as' 1Ii be
culiar icee. VlI- they had satiated made by the legislatures of the se.e-,
Stheir r-ei..!e Lh some dreadful esarm 'ral states, where the importation takes
pies, they geeieally adopted the rest place, a provision which goe. l.ir to
tion ..-i superior autlior:tie, to beset at noughtby a of their captives and mireaisd their defeat the declti-d object of the law.
military chief-and all without enquiry or censure--you strength by thus incorporating the The policy which ipeiails in the
do in effect, prostrate the chief barriers ofyour liberty- conquered tribes with them. "I.' have slave-hofding states, ;lihu(ll.res their
anddbreakdown those sacred principlesby which your free- always been assured, says COLDEN, sale, and fixes upo n them the se,,. 1o
dom is supported. "that there is not one instance o0 perpetual bondage. '[li e ii. of Con.
-e- ember the warning words of Henry Ev- t;eir offering the le.a-l -i ,letce to tehe g is tIe taloi in its practical opera.,
early, and look to it in time. chastity of any woman that was tion, does in fact cui-.'i';, persons to
+* their captive. The prisoners whom that very slavery, whi h its' ni.ll..-:;L
Well, Edwin, what have you to say ? they spared, were iot made slaves spirit and its sevei e peiiiltie ,ut.l,
Edwin.-To tell the truth, I'm not much of a writer but adopted and treated as their own on the iLtt inpresrii, .tii tlcu.iti-
yet, but I intendto be: So have justgot the Village Mi- children. Their hospitality ;iid the u ted to prevent. 'll..t tlie tIeLiptatn
strel to help mn-A fig for HIarry and old Harwood honesty were equally remarkable, to import are stronger than 'ihe ter-
the Boston Bard and I can beat them easy. Please listen n, grave and solemn in their or which the p .r ,l olIl out, iA lit
to an extract from the letter he has written, and then atli ai edavet and sole in their s o t hht owhf pubtolou,
1 shall add half dozen wishes of my own. ial intercourse. "f-At telins whn so-lic s tI t On tge 20thofJuy
iialintericourse. iAtt iucs when it
A X i ,W XeaYS Ltite is not proper to hunt, says an eye last,-139 negroes were sold by this
ToVo.f A R y. fe Newe ng I naes- boie ,L..[V'
To JOHsN IARnoodf on the Brandywine, from witless of their n.ller-, one f il.lb ti ere r. t-. I
his eer dutiful nephew, the VILLAGE IJNS7'RHL," iL the old mei companies in conversa- bougt there in "l.l :m tie 1;i,
tte DER n*ion ; and ti"he *.1111' hen allit teir ex- oft.tAue united t., .iil w,1 tiie ,iill
n J HN- sercises, shooting at marks, throwing of I'u fll ow. i ia on et cco- i at
Since I cameto this dear, blessed city,. the hatchet, wrestling or running. On E1 l e eIl. in n account
I've grown so genteel, so polite, and so pretty, iiui'*: occasions the state of Laceda- of a iil,"ir tintl d '111i L' er;l 0.t
SThat now should we meet, you would vow and declare, maon, event occurs to n.; minul which en' i''t"an.es.of a like hI :er, it is
That I look like a rabbit, deprived of its hair; thI of the five nations in maiy re. o an es
Butnever mind, John, 'tis the f.-li.i n h js rw aspectss resembles; their laws and;c Lousiana, hl Lhe atti.e ude k t .t-
To pass byafriend with a cold --lowl n i'do1" titoms being in both, looned to render covly prosecuted, i e c: V ,i f
And then with your old rusty boat, t Uncle JOHN"u the ninlds and bodies of the people fit ac the lnd plosit. ow ,
'Twould ruffle my temper to meet you in town. for war." The women performed all Of the disposition which has been
The Ladies would giggle-the Dandies would grin, the menial services ; for the men diQ- "lade of lie proceeds of litl liteitul e
I' such an old -:odge' I asK to "walk in." stained all kinds of labor. They cut aIeadly incurred, your -ielt .- l'lits
Ah! JOHN you must learn how to play on the fiddle, and cfuie.s. lionl tne. iire woodo, ti t .- i o' cet ;tn t ,tellgence; but for
How to cut oulrsP 'f -like a wasp, in the middle; vated maize and l tlci,. vegetables on vie honor of their couuti te icommor-
How to choek, without daring to utter a gro.an- their farms and prepared the s r i a large, portion t ir e con.rni-
How to corset yourself la wood a la bone, from the maple tree. The men built ty lih1ie le linas hlae blen ,i, lligly
Before in my presence you dare to appear, hise. .T cos and ent iu dare to ap tllete circumstanc.., ily
rs, Tho' the lesson should take you, to learn it, a year. chief part of their time in ihuntin ln. 'l'J.I- ""e, t hat no part ,I t,
*. Fil,, the nature of their gvi\, .T P'-rice of human blood and sinews, has
The ladies, dear John! Oh, I cant tell you half they cultivated eloquence u ith tile dt -thet, -a t rt t.i e .
0 the dimipi, you see, v.ien thle dear creatures lagh, greatest care ; and if boldness o l met- Tl1 :tt the Inw ,as it now t'nd :, dop.
And then they're so modest, so chaste, and discreet-1 aphor, wlo'ii.es of sentiment, ni !tg. l o ulr mei, ia|t.it U liii.e I a listS
With such little great Bonnets, so plain and so neat; gracefulness and energy of manner 'is o. hic.- shoul i' lease th pe-,
And then should you marry, and sink in distress, constitute eloquence thl.re are few na. alte, which should increase the pe-
How little it costs for a wle's modern dress!! tons that have surpassed them in thus nl ties, ar declare eveiy plsorn. il-
** respect. 'The propriety and gravity e lly inlly ited as a slavetober ee,
And now, my dear John, I will spur up my muse with which they conducted their de- would t '. i\ lat the root of tie r ,ll.
To canter or trot you ajig of- tie ne' s bates, are worthy of imitation. They bY destoying te motive hi.:li now
exist for rite 'ielii'' of' the law.
Perhaps you have heard o the dreadful sea snake, never interrupted e.r oler and .a- telaw.
WVnhcii the Yankees iwbended their captive to make; voidlcd with the greatest care, the sligh- our memorialist Ag leave alsoto
How the brave Capt. Rich for the monster set sail, test expression of fear and surprise. observe, that under tile act of Con-
Anrid took, 'r his honor, aNantucketwhale!! Such was the character ot these l'zrs, Ltalld Al An Act te.pe.nlli.
Rs, H.,\,at la.f, thro' mistake, he c,".ell oil di-v lanl, "Stoics of the .a..oI "a people, to tI from justice and persons es-
And died, a Horse Mack'rel, on a poor Yankee Island!! adopt the language of an elegant wri.- ''s'" Irio te service f- their Iba,-
There's a queer kind of story I've heard, ":Uncle John," ter, too sagacious to be deceived, & ters," various outrages u;-in i Ib lb,.r-
Of graves at the westward not ten inches long; too powerful to be eradicated-a peo. ties of persons Paln c iuied to heir
And of others so large, and so broad, and so leep, pie whom any one who r ,. .. eeohave been committed. They
That the largest of mammoths within them might sleep; them, will hesitate to call savages. "i"'ur.ui t Co e rah c,.h:un,1itilly into
And then there's a spring, that once set on fire, Were they savages, who nad fixed a consideration of tihee onirige-, or
es. Blazed highup as Etua--perhaps -uniliuh; higher lI.li ..n.; hli. ci.,ii.it,.d rich fields; of the Il i lr means of relief, as the
And trees, Uncle John, (if the papers don't lie 0,) who built c,,l Ic, ; I,, planted maize subject was fully exhibited to tle, v~
I1Iof ,ICInatuss at7itslastsedionIbht
On whose limbs you may swing clear across the Ohio and be :iid: and 0hetd con ,rtleribl.. te ConrLts at its last session, but
With wood altogether the firmer dispenses, ingenuity in constructing an adorn- t spectfull solicit your renewed.
S n and ao attention to this iportntconcern, a
And rails in his land with good Cucumber fencese; ing their canoes, arms, and clothing ? attention to this importantconcern, as
From the shell of a pumtpln a pig sty he fot ms, Ihey who had wise, though unwriwtteInthe evl still continues, and the r-me-
To shield all his pork from the rain and the storms laws, and conducted their war's, tria- ay wn is soley i your power, e-
A corn stock, dissevered, a ladder supplies, ties and alliances withd..-p 11d I mains to be applid.
And the hole of a beet is his grave when lie dies! policy; they whose eloquence was out ,u-,.L.I: l -are hkewie de
So I'll stop where I am, lest, perchance you should roam, 1,-1i, nervous and animated ; whose sious ofcalling your attention to the
And glan.e .al. the paper you write in at home; language waas sonorou:, musical and territory over l which CInr ,-, 1latriote
I am told, my dear sir, that the printer and you expressive; who possessed gelneous xclusiv legislation. Ie patriot,
Mean to dress up the "RECO'aD" in something quite new; and elevated sentiments, heroic fort- the h1il _.'pli.'r anl the state,main look
That you mean to enlarge and make it appear titude and unstained probity wete to thi sl t, where the legislative au-
A thing of sone note, 'bout thefirst of the year; these indeed savages ?--My readers rub a an uncon-
nt If this be the case-and 1 doubt not it will- will anticipate ti,,. in. er ;-They hall li op"ratir. for that perfect sys-
ir My dear Uncle John," you -Ih i l ,11 r I',, mne still;" passed from the .,\ ,,e '. t, ,. em of, laws, which shll at once sve-
1 li. r1 wrisdlom of tile. gu' fim uimii'(t,
ar And now Patrons and friends for my six wishes hastening with slow but certain steps 1n1.d wdspla the justice dli bnve-c-
n which are all heart-felt and. sincere. to one ofarts and peace and letters. a play t tce a beev
i- 1. The firstof blesiings--Haltlh to all. In an evil hour the Europeans oladed. ceof i police
lan ded. Is it not an incingiuous iwdsii:iirfno
it- 29. May Plenty crown,the lab'rour's toil; Their aggressions, their ,:.0:,;.,,,- Is it not-an incongruous xto flreigif
et 35.. Husbands kind-oftemp'rate lives, vices, andabove ail, th,.i, i,,.ict;l, to ,u.elves, as we1t as.to toreigners
Tirifty an d *;nd tnatur'd wives; liquors, enfeebled, debased and de- wh y visit the seat of the govern
-5. Se.et.-ariti fIlihltil, kind, and true, stroyed tie :In,'an. tribes. The breath mentof the nation ; whose distinguishn
"-o edl chat acteristic is its dievotion to
y o you ,lear girls--dear lads to you : of the Si i,,-r, i. n..t mere deadly to. fe c ; act hsti is its devotion to
6. And to my country, iiI t:u,, freedom, peace, the traveller, than the neighbourihood freedorn ;chn:ttn re iprt, -t I'i''l, on
u Till eartlyher annual round shall cease. of christians has been to the power behotd, on ihe one hand, tle rep e-
i- January 1, 1819. and virtues of this-heroic people. ehot:l, on the oneoland, tlie repre-
LOGAN. t--.iCi ul the people ii sntirg.% iih
a impassiloned eloquence, lie u.ilii.-n;-
ble rights of man; and "n Ithe other,
The f 1,loit in1'. mr'.I .'. i at the pre- tosceour fellow men, sehilmen ,' ihie
urage; they applied did; but on the contrary every un- Thsesession, b L enm. ;.I at the pre- r osee our fellow men, children rf ir ilie
e art ofwarand were worthy action is unavoidably attended sentsesson, represent to Congress, same Ali.-htv Father, heir; like ,,or-
ade the country of the with the forfeiture f their commis- by "The American Convention for promo- selves of imnni,,i t.iily, doomed for a
i finally to fvxtirpalc sion ; for their autlhrii y is oyv tile ting the Abolition of Slavery." We earnest- difference of complexion, themselves
i. Thle warlike spirit esteem of the people and ceas-i the lT hope that it may receive the attention and their posterity to lhopeles. bund-
najl.enr.l, c~ ected a moment that authority is lost." Their which its great importance merits; and that age ?
hli charaito r of the chiefs were generally poorer than the the decision:may correspond with tlhe ca- D''eply iiprtnsidl with, thloe con-
lie love of glory be- rest ofthe tribe, among whom they a- racter which a free, a humane, an aa Chris- 'i'nil'' -, our ii'emorialists do ear-
liig passion. They fected to dillm lite their presents and iann nation ought always to maintain. nestly but t.--.p.:'irlly request your
part of North Ameri- plunder. These nations, who do not To the Honorable the Senate and House honorable botly, to take into 'our con-
jarmn as far so'.lm as il deserve to be called the Romans of Representati'es of the United sideration, the situation of slaveryin
northward of New of our country, had subdued all the States of dmerica in Congress, the districtt of Cul:mili., and to de-
far west as the river neighlbouting Indidis anad exacted a Th' Memnori. l of ti A. Con vise a plan for its gradual butt certain
rely subduing many )e. ily tribute Irot,, them. Two old ventio, n for promotion g the aboli- rlui ,i, within the limits of you^r-
thier at'e re no account- men commonly went round to receive ti., of the A+fricai ce excluhisive legislation; by which all
i EiiUj i Each. thUis, nil oI teep u.,raO ah -a;( 'n-,-
the E._litsh. Each this, and on these occasion .as Q ;'ar '1 a children, bort.Qf -1b^,s after a detcr-
ns was "an absolute DEN "an old Mohawk Sachem in a ,Respectfully Rheweth. minute period, shall be free.
and every vilange or poor blanket and a dirty shirt may be That a coincidence of circumsfan- Signedon blehalfondiby order of the Cna.e
wooden houses sur. seen issuing his orders with as arbi- ces materially affecting the interests ve, io nssmble at 't:..'..:.'..' a,'
ilad.cs ,liiglitwell be trary a.11 authority as a Roman Dicta- of htutmanty, in relation to slavery.. e e.E '1, 1--.
pendelit and govern- tor." It was not however for the sake and the slave-trade, having induced S'R \y.
orlld men. Ti. en. of tribute but from their notions of a special meeting of the delegates of Came to the enclosure of the sub-
lilshed among them glory thlit thev made war. "The five the several Societies il t'llt r;,r. parts scriber living in Westgoshen town-
n and integrity; they nation "adds the same high authority, of the United States which compose ship, Chester county, on the 27th of
their resolullons by in their love of liberty and of their this Corvention, they at e induced to NoIn\nber last, a brown mare, abiont
own people, but made country, il their bravery in battle and solicit the attention of Congress to the 15 hands high, the off hind foot and le
;empt their punish- their constancy in enduring torment', llh..ting among other considerations white, a large white strip on her fahc
is not a man in the equal the fortitude of the most re- which hive claimed tleir -ious de- & her nose white, 13 or 14 years old,
ve nations '" saysCol- nowned Romans." Of their political liberation. she is blind of the left eye. The own-
ofthat people'"who sagacity and skill in conducting their By the law of MIa.rch 1807, the in- eris desired to prove property, pay
ice otherwise than wars, the history of Canada contains production of slaves into the United charges and take her away or she will
s not the least salary full evidence that they btti.d-the curi- Stat.'.. wa, f,'ibi'lilen under certain be sold as 'the law ,lirir-t;.
ofit, annexed to any ning and poite"r of time able-i govern- penalties anid ,i' i.ilu.'res, whichit was GIDEON ".'Tl E.R.
he covetous or sor- ors the French ever sent out. Their hoped wvou!ld not .b" enco\itered by Jar. G. -5