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 27, 1819
Publication Date: 1818-1828
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- West Chester (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Chester County (Pa.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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The 1[T..LqGE RECORD, on CesraTE l
ln D11r.Alwinr. FEDFrnALSr. is pubLh:ssie
rrery eIFlnsldaiy morning, at two dolollar a
;year, arid rwaf.ty-',i.e c, it alii'rionalif :. iil
by oaw of our cz ,r'rr frn the 'c''. If H rt
by Alail, the aubsc rie, p.yir, t- f,'tr.'e t.-
nuarl.Adal the office w uAre Ae receive s is ii-
Subscribers rmiatt be uhlwaars sir monthly: in
advaarwe mith therr piaymenat, a'rd nr suibrcrii-
lion t Aik-i ffr les; ian L iia. m'ith. .1 az.:'
to dizcontinae mut b6. made krkin at ,al,-e.
fare Me expiration of the er-m erub:rribed far,
and tll nerrara res puid, or the paper will
*tor be ,C'coniintrted.
JYao a.,ierrc .-nreit pthlirhPtl for leis riani
c7w ;rl.',> lujes not e tXC:ding ,1 aSqi.aii-, wi
be cor piecuriusly ir. rtPed three rtnre fir elau
umi; and trent-ert've cents i'or v.ier Juiarf-
itenrl arertron : larger ofnc in pi,,potsi to.-
Cashi mnpir atcoainfia y ahdvrtisemen.t.t
.ec- _1 I
The subscriber ofers.at Pr irate sale,
the plantation whereon he now reidei sit-
uitae in the township of Westgoslhen, in the
county of Chester, adjoining lan.s ofJi.in.t-
than Matlack, and lands late of James Ma.
lone, lac. containing about 33 acres, aix ofI
which are woodland, anil the able landJ
is in a good stateofcultivation. The build-
rigs are good stone hose and kitchen
adjoining, s':ine aprirg.-liouse, frame barn,
Ch:ir liose,,aild shop saoabie fbr a rpclihn-
ie. The s;tiraiaon of tie house is high ihid
ple.asnt, commanding a tile view of the
road leading from Plialtadelhils to Westchss.
tcr It is abont .u miles tromPhiiladelphia
and 2 tfiom the boroaugh tof Westchester
There is a sm.ll stream of wrter passing
thro.gli the place, which supplies all tle
filcds. It is als well supplied with a variety
oftriilsh rees. Appl;c.,tion t, be made to
the subscrictr unlthe premisss.
Win. Perdie.
Dec. 2 1 70tf
LAND.-For Sale, a MuL. with 60
acres of land, sn.u.ated in the townslrip of
ClharlestQwn and county of Chlster, 24 miles
frium 'lilladelphia, anrd 2 from the rier
Schuylkill ; hour.led by lards ol'Let is Mor-
gjn, Joseph PLnn' pu ker anil otliirsd, diii-
Wd into convenient fie'!., with In water in
each. There i. a prop...rnionaihl prt of
woodland and nmf idow--lihe improvement
arl a mi lli th'a o after r uhrIcl;, to rlun
uo biunr, in c.-.ni.plte toriler tf'r merchant and
countlay work. .nd ,ne runl ofrc'coitry siitoine
ready to li. up p. a iw mill arid water sufil-
Cit tca.tci 'rr Li,&.lsiness'.stenstr'ely. 1 lrerc
are tfe' seats o exceed it, if ayt', in llti
cuunty--a horse, barn, tenant hols ald
cooper-shop, and a a pran of excellent ua-
ter. A f..rther description is deemed uine.-
.-..SeA a'. ie_ ol' tlie situation will sat'tl
on pson wishirng to purchase. Tie pa3y-
mnitts ill Le made easy, & p ;sse-'si-.'i k--
ien on tlie first of April neat,or this fall ifre.
quired, by applying to the sub-criber, oir
the premiits.
Daniel M'Curtly.
Octlhcr 14, 1818. 63rf
A VALUABLE FARM, contairiin-
One Hundred a:id Fifty Acres of L .id. sir-
uate in the township of Middletols i, in tlhe
cornit) of Dclaca.re, four milsa fi;rrn old
Chester, and twelve miles from Philidcl-
phia. It is comenient to1 seicral places of
pirblic worship. schools. mills, and fctonries
o different kinds: bounded by land. of
Frederick Fairlamb, Jonathan Thomas, Rid-
ley Creek, and tihe EJgninnt RIosd. The
improvements are, a convenient Dwelling
Houre, with a Kitchen adjoining-a well of
prou, water at the door-a frame Barn, with
sitaling underneath--. stone Milk Housie,
over a never failing spring-waggon house
and geer house. There are on said pre'mi.
aes eight) acres of wooiland, of a superior
quRality. The cleared land is divided into
fields of a convenient sire, the fences all of
chesintt rails. A youngg Apple Orchard of
grafted fruit, of the best kind.
Also-A Lot of Sir Acans, in Chester
township, on the aftresaid road. A further
description ii deemed unnecessary. Any
person wiihing to purchase, u ill I'iew for
themselves Fir lurthler particulars. en.
quire of RICH ARD DUI'ON, in Aston
township, Delaware count), or to either of
th le Sibscribers, living" i Westbraldford,
Chester Couity.
Westbradford, J.n. 13. IS18. 5176
WILL be exposel to public sale. on the
10dl) day of the 2.1 month iext, at o'clock
in the afternoon, on Cie premniies, that well
knawn, and highly valuable
PL.I.VT.'I' .Y,
theformer resilience of JOHa TowNSERIn,
deceased-containing about lS)acres. It is
situated near the borough of Westchester-
the i'oad from said borough to .lereries' ford
on Brandywine creek passes through it; the
L'tnd is considered by gooi junlges to be
of the tfirt quality, a"s t2w farm exceed it
for the production of Grain and Grass.-It is
,ell watered by numerous uprin.s arising
tllerean, ind near to it-the builings are
Tl'hse who incline to establish themselves
in the Grizing business, he would invite to
exam;me it eirly and aLail themrlves of tihe
present opprtur nilty-and others who would
be disposed to improve on elegant sites,
rmy be accoimnodiated, as it commands a
runber of be:rutifirl pro.ipect of the adja.
cent country, \.c.
rne terms will be morlerate, and conli.
tio..s made knran, b? a gplication at the
Weston b.:ardinrg Sclool, pre iors to tihe
sale ; or or: the dty ,t'i.de on the premises,
when atterndance aill be given by\
lth m.n., .5, I!3 r."?r

CONTAINING 160 Acres : thegreater
[pri, of which is in Weit Nottingilam Hun-
dred, Cccil county, site of Mar- land, ad.
joining lands of Janme- Gillespie, Elisha
Brjwi, rinJ others, and is one of tlie hand-
som -t jitluated farms, and stand for public
business ii. the upper' part of CUail county
About 45 acres nof lhis traCt is well set
with timb,:r, the reimainderdiiided into crn.
Lenient fields tith waler in most of them--
a good proportion f meadow ground--aind
Pno doubt is entertaisiedi but tih quality lf
tie laid oin this Irm will please any per.oti
viewing it. The buildiirn are a large and
consnement tw., story dwelling hoase, tlhe
greater part of stone, I;'J by 31 I 2 in corm-
plete repair-a two story stone store, house,
52 by 17 a large frame barn, collared under
a ithi good stabling, a ten at i house and scve.
ri other out bLuldings. Ibe post road from
Elkion to Lancr.st.:r, the main road from
Peach1 BU.tton, ferry to Chrisutana, and the
nler Trn'l.pike rna., as lately locted fioem
Pliildd,-phii to Baltirrore, by the way ol
Ne A.London cross roail and the newe bridge
.it P.irt Deposit, now nearly cornplcted, all
cross' each eitherr irmrrietdately bf.r'e tlhe
door and within af:.w yards ot the dacelling
house and store louse. This farm lies at an
equal distance from New Lonrlon and I'rt.
Deposit being about nire miles from each
p lace.
JALso-For sale thie rndliide half par, or it' more desirable to the pnrcha-
ser, thie whole Lot of Land, conta;ni.rg 16
1-4 Ecres adjoining arnd not more than 10uo
yards from tire dwell.,ig house on the fint
mentioned tract, on which is erected a new
Merchant 6 Grist Mill & SLw Mill-a good
dwelling house, and new stone tenant house
Tihe North East creek, a never failing stream
passes through this lot, on Awhiich i as lately
built a large awil sulstarntial ,rone dam, fi;r
the ptIrpos: ouf supplnllltg the. t mills with
water. This piruprii) till besol'l together
or sep.irate at may sult tile purlchaser. The
title of ihs la ndl is indlipnisble and the
terms n(i payment ,ill be mails easy Ap-
plication mas be made to tile fiiulcriber on
the premises.
James Jannev.
NoI. 18.9t
At private Sale, a plantation hand-
somely situated in Pennrbury town-
ship, Ciester county, Penin. corntaiin-
ing between 180 and 90 a;crer, lying
on both sides of'the iKeuitt road: 8
miles troin Wilminigton, and at the
head of a turnpike sg.te road, leadliig
to the amine; there is vuipposed to br
about 50 acres ot woodland of a good
quality with a sufficient quantity ll'
chesnut-the cleared land of a natu-
ral good quality, and about o acres
in a Eood state oiproofi Teinent, hav-
ing been lately limed or dunged: the
buildings are a good convenient slone
house with 7 rooms, cellared ; barn-
sitne spring lohue, pump at the kitch-
en duor, %aggon-house, with garners
over it; smoke-house, smith-shop and
carriage house, and two new barrack.;
the whole under chestnut fence ; there
is also a good collection of the be-t
kinds offruit trees coming on; the a-
brv'e would answer well to divide into
two convenient farms, being iell wa-
tered by springs; !or view and terms
apply to the subscriber on the premi-
ses. Willmitm Elliott.
For Sale a frrnn within half amile of
the above; containing about 78 acres,
with plenty of good buildings, chiefly
stone, and plenty of timber: enquire
as above. 65tf Oct. 28.

A PLAN'TA.LON.-For Sale a
plantation situated albout a mile from the
borough of Wilmiington, Delaware,, between
the Kennctt and Lincaser turnpike roads,
and 'rioul halt' A rr 'le from the Brandri\ wines
conltalning about 15U acres, more thin one
thirdof which is good timber lindr-thle si-
tuation is pleasant and healthy. Also near
the above and directly on the LancastIer
turnpike road, a lit containing .si ern acres
.\i It ii; presumed no person will purchase
'itliout fiart viewing the premises, a Iilr-
tire description is deemed unnecesary--
For terms which will be 'try liber.l, apply
William Robinson
John R. Thomas,
near Downingtowrn-or to
Thomas S. Byrnes,
If not sold bh the Ist of Second month
next, it will then be rented or leased
Oct.rber 14. 6.;ltF
.r ( C'nts Ruward and no ('hnrges.
R1N awav from the Subscriber,
WAI'EILr Dil\VIS. Dec. 2Sth, 1.819.
leading E2srallnrlnfi-kl townshilp. Chester
county,a Negro Bos, 19 yeas uf aged. about
5 feet 7 inches hlig'h, stoit made, pock
marked, by name J.%arrs (C.arsir, supposed
he will go to Lancaster. as his tther lives
there. Had on when he went a ay, linme
made sailor-jacket and trowserrs, a nool Iat
and new pair of ahoes.
January L3, 1819. 76
Just received from Hopewelt Fur-
nace,and for sale by the subscribers,
an assortment of well finished Stoves.
WestChester, Oct. 28, 65 tf

."r PRIl'iTE' SiLE.
I The subscribers oftrs. fore all
that message and lot of land situate
in the borough of West(ciester, now
occupied by Robert Sproul, and boun-
tied by property of Isaac Darlington,
Esq. and Clarles BarHrington. The
situation ii very desirable, Robert
Sproul o ill shove' the pri.iiaisef to iany
pierson inclining to purchu-.e. Applica-
tion to be niade ti Juasrlit \\ eact i lho11
mill treat for tie salte.
.4inn .l ott,
ilictardA .cott.
N. B. Clitiles Barrington, 'ill
likewic dilispose of his It. 7,2tf
L..\'U rTOu S.iLL'.
Ilish to sell nt private s;/t: the follow.
ingt I'AL U.dBLE P'RiOP.li I',

-u'l ICE.
ABH.nAM CGooo, ol the township out
Hoiine, uI uol, and Criuit) ol Cheat r, ftidriCti
in.allt: cuiniplit. l a lUUiIU t L UIi all U j I'cd
slate 1) t lte SainlrIbu ls, lor- the bteiichi t
I, cifretUllis, in corilornmity viilh .be trlu s
itpoaeI i n ietmn, thie. oltr llie llluo t'u
PLAN L A 1UN at PLuolic \'.cduic, o.r lu.
da.) lle iilst J r) 01 J-lblUaIu Ic t, .t Ul.1
o'clock In thu alict .itii, SI' autd ill tlI
toui niip ot 0 uiijon ulritli, cciinti of Clitn.
Lui', cona(plinailg 1a cre*., mnort, ur Ie's.--
'1 t I n'll tovrielcitm daeC a new Log llh.ist
a ltunlcWal is, willth other chilnil buLiniiJij*.
t-tlhe o tlteen at'crt or ,Oiud nita.~l .
aniad. g':da.pp. Ocihard. I iisprop)rt. -
I.LcLLina it iell wtMred, b1 a rnuln.l'er 0oI
s .pr lsuiu6rg thLruhli dro- iprU-iiii'a. A
lai'st L prUtl ol ti AIs a -.uI.ic:'
widil g$ool inljter. U'lCie' cruilt ol trllhe w.
lir all Klna o01' grami, n. .iini, tou .iO. ii,
die counlv. it'ct'soiia iuhlii .- o:' jpllcthan.
lanu, a.re n in'itet na i;er thse ',. =:ij ric, IIL
oilrl be anitwri Llnt. a.jmri D -iiiiner u to .
Sou s.brbLi 'Sb, t io a ill ta .i ie I.orntALtii..

--stiudgy S FOLLO'lS-- lul) Rltov,-i at nit y of ule.
Lot No. 1,-In ~Wiilhstowi to ton-' Li,'JASlN I.i UI', .
slhp, Chester coulity, cuntainiing Forty P.'.' JtN-r, ..A*'ic
Acres. Th land Is good--tie built-: Jalu,,r n o. 1 1"
ings are niiddliig-irlentvy uot after,
and cutisenientt ttile doi.ir ; gou.tl or- L.A I .: l .
chard-gotd fences, and tauni lilteen. ALL Petsuli II. !bt.: A. t;n i rb.
to twenty acres of best timber laid inll t "il, .e tli tt., ,.. .
,1 u I ,rr 1 '.1) j.i iL.Itii on i.1 it.l" ." .... .'ili C'. tblrua-
the neighborhood. Thid pla lpejtt ad- t i ." i ,.
joins the lands ol Danll. AbraI.Ihau, Liq. qii.';, u ii s.i : t ir-L ,i. c ti- -a .IIri.
George King, Thomias Hiutchinsoit a-in't ,ia r ani ,iinredt- a..eorutiiL, Will be
others. ; i-ed' t .1 a, lui. -.'1 l Iii i OOruc r Lui couli.c-
No. 2.-Situato in ltl4iitolin, ad. 'rn, laist" ''ias"'",ec a i. tr ..in.
joining land of Joseph killing tlie Phli- l"stchester,.JLn. Il, .
ladclphia and Lancaster load runs ..I .I..i
through it; It (cinain~ about ten orj I PU l a tI l .
to elve acres; the land good--o build- I pursuacol ajou nie a large
r' ". .arid at.pe. ,i --mt iiwnurb,.w u m i .t c t in ,iis ,.s i
ings-plenty of s sud and soater, ,a ,i ,I t.pr ,i, r Ltatci cou,,uisi .
No. .3,-bittuate partly in 'Tied fri-in d.tin.t in.itu.e Au na i a,, .\Lu]t
and par tiv ii, Easit o s n lo iishlips, tnL-1 1 riui.Li,) n, .Ie .:C u o 1.... ia.i, for ui pl.r.-
tainiiit about ttienty tflo acres- ad- 1i 'vo i t -adiI Iti I g rca.-iuItiUa *'.iate tou toiI
joining the Phila. antd Lancaster turn- 1t ."" l ,*r a ."'., Loiti, out CI -r, 111' t
tin 0-.l -ralll t i_.ct-.r ania," u i' Cclr ;, alit1 I.J.l
p:ke, Rantdal ELans, Daiel Roirh, mad i.% n, inla alOate unai,,n,ol,,.id te .,.
otlhri-r-part of tIle land very 'tod--' a it, Lit giirl lll at miC 'c-a1. Ir. lr, uln
osine ni iDlld ling- no buildings, t'ence-,sI. si r rao.uiqtjiue .nal, ,inh..c l u i .o e C,,.r-
oodl, and about ,i\ acres of thriving! rt .o las..i) to si.p, iadjo,.,iag L l i
-,0 r' atij -tl itn 2 I ti_- 'i%-g raild lil L Lti W tr
chentnut aid ohier ti-iber,. it )c. int -t nLce c.u_ i.... ,iasm to the
3 0 1Al { 41. B U L L I 1i 's in~ -l e ,a so h -u t to the
J(illN lU. HUL, IIII Titelri ec. .I-i o L ii.- uonU'in1ian rid New.
No. 4,-Situate in \W illislot n town-, gt;a'lrj-n lo iuslips--i.inuce .loiib inL ctiln-
ship, adjoining tile Phliladeclphlia and! I lt' a line Of tii. taite ot Ll.utarj: to il., Al
Lancaster turnpike, lands of W'n. Og-' '-""ad "nt--tll 1 rice uu111,i I6sad Im re to tl
C r i l SliL jutljtiebatih -tLh- iLcuC up lihe .inKt
dien. Abu Pktllipas Fq and other, to tie place. at egnusi -- eicha bteunds
cuuitaiiing about twe e aclrcs--build- app.ar ito be tni, ,oat coiu.ducit iito Uic pIJ-
ings, an olld barn-land gtoud-fen- i t,. a'- i .y 6 i' lieti..it-h ,i pipi'.-ed, ai.J ii
ces good, ald pleintv of wood. l'X" .1 .td ull mTct le ll aibe i pprlo-uita..
J.OHN G;. BULL, .,
.IOSEP ROWLAND -' i' -119
No. 5.-- Vtiluoble.Ilerhclat Gri'.t A L 1 UOF L.AND--I. N t.w.GABDEN,
and saw ,lVILLS,all in taQud orler,vi ith 1 a. SubaL riler utWers at Public Sale,
t ellnty eight acres ol linh estotne llanl, a L.-I ui L.:,nrid i N'.i b.al,nlto slltu ,l., rihe-
waler plertv in all seasons-n- o tr-ou- itcr Co.ii'i, .uoiiaui.g 1i.. 1 i..I. ,inuOilC o
Die sith Ice- dan pernialnenlt- ,thler I l. ,- eriric ri. Ia .iu.btal nr .
-, t Ian-e, w lor a tnil :.t e .t lo.. pi.rih olU w..t-
buildings good. T his pl ,pe't t iu-'r t I r s. s, t ,,ia. ,,, IL a Le. Ujt
ate in Tredvifrinu to unshil-, 'Cheister our. tiu lt ., 1- ta i.s g1 id '...I.. i t im .1, itt
County, adjoining lands of Jliiin Mil- otinl,,r', ,iii
ler, Joseph RatelilT, Ddaid Sliewalter, 1" 'sa: iltace on .attrdaY, ti.
and others. 6 ih. i. .A i ali) i n i Uhi i v t lit-
JOHN G. BU LL, ,'I i.- ... -k., 1. "lial, en .iiii.L
ABRA\M PHILLIPS. b, itie u- ..tr,u.r.
N. B. If lot No. 5 is not sold by the I"' til- ripe is niiot s-.i, it will be
first of March next, it will be to let. "lted ....l.t, UtHbER.
December, .3, t18l. .,tf J.l'ry 1., la19. 6
S .-MEit .L.ri.'NT c& GK I MILL, &c.
FOR PHIVATR ES.iLE. Foit sale--ituate one nile ni tlt tol
A Valuable Plantation, c obtaining Ni,'II. tsr .n, and \ihlln ttie sn., di.tii .ce
tioo htl ndrel acres, situate in the ti\n n- of .n l" kt" "iisgar.ure-la i,, t r ,,,i
ship of Birinhh.anl county of Dela- .d,,,t Airs, i .,f Ii ai
ware, adjoining ,lands of Edsard D),r- ar,- ,rt lquait) land. 'tr ini ..i i.ii.
lington, Gidleo.in Gilrin and others- r.i- a iev cirjnlltte lErtcl hJtL .,Iad I.,aIt
thie inprovemn ents are a t,\o story Mi', l iii tiIIc p 1.t 1 it h ~ hL t.,l i i1-, tI-
stone house, thirty feet by tMenty-hfie ~s l tue be orkma a .
aons PlatCer tMill det.ach d--a yr.Ln i c i -
a well of excellent water at the door; ,i Iui:,t I, llousrila r Lkn1.L,. tilnt
a large and covenient two story stone u.0ro, a AI:. L ni\, stone Uan., of &ab-
barn, fil'ty feet by forty, with stables at-itial oorknrat alhp,. ad i'unuot j abo..it 14
underneatl--corn crib_', garners, sta- ac"is of %ut r tl e're i. an uh..mnpr -ed
bliing, a-c. finis.ed in thie best manner; ht1 srad iti ni f ti. ,,cIIILS, Ili\a m iallt lt.
also a large allt cornientient Pothoioe ,;r Mbll. Ihle v hulre flormns .a ) de-. ira-
two stories high, seventy by twenty- bie istablh:.linitir. For particui.irs, :ilppil to
eight feet, tihe greater part, stoue finl- Lcorge BruukO.,
iched in tle mni;ot approved style, all ui irt- pihenes,
ashich with several out building, are Joseph ltlhonas, .sq.
nearly newo.--Abnut foi ty ve acres of Pres't. Uank aoi 1.N-s.,m,,tyy t(u.o"
said plantation ate undlet heavv lim- John Staitih dge,
b I I n I 1 INO. n, i.southl i NathL trLl'.-t, r'hl.,d'-.
ber, the remainder abl la ndei d r january 13, ISl. -4,70
good fence, and in a good state of cul-
tivation, the greater part of which has tPBLIC SALE.
lately been limed-the said plantation W'ILL be exposed to Public Sale,
is about 1- miles from W!ilmington, on 7th tl heda)e utih sint. at 2 o'ci.ck, I' .1
one frons Dilotorthstotn. one and a (lfnot isot.eir' diiposl t.fat iriv'nvae Saldc,)
one rom Dilorthon one and a valuable PLANTFATION, .r trractof Laid,.
half from Brandywine at Chadd's situate in the to n.hlip of Birmiigh:am, ami
ford, and convenient to several pla- county of Dcla\i are, coimining
ces of wsorslip-the situation is high SIXI'\.Fi'V .a:IR.l,
and delightful and commands an ex- (The property of Wilhirm Chlmberlain,)on
the great ro,'i leading Itum \% est.ClIt.ei
tensive prospect-for further particu- s \ii\irrgto ea s;x ilg tfroni the fijrer,
lars, and terms apply to JAMES BN- .mnd ten from the ilter adjuiniig lands rif
NETT in tie township ofFennsbury. Ji.hn I'airitter Isaae G. Gilpin anil olhies.
N. B. The terms will be easy to 1ihe land is ;n a good sta-te of cultivation,
the purchlaser. being tecernily limed, and divided intro c.
plu r s eU lots couvenitnily catel d, will tha rea
l'211t Mo. 30th. 71tfl sotnable propontion of mooudl.nd. There
are erected on the premises, a commortious
FREDERICK DIL.LMAN, Log and Stone House, ;t da well .of good
Fashionable Hair Cutter and Dresser, water at the door; a fiamie Barn haid Stone
(FiROPtION ior,) Spring House over a ne\er failing spring,
Respectfilliy inborms the inhabitants of an excelentn bearing Apple Orchard ot ue
Westchester that he has commenced.l his best fruit, another choicefruit trees. The
business in Gay-street, opposite the Spread title is goad.
Eagle Talern, where all those who shall Any pernrn wishing to view said farm
honor him with their custom, uill receive before the day of sale, miay apply to the
every attention from the public's obedient Subsc.iber, living near the premises.
January 131810 76 6t 1st blo. 13th, 1819. 7,5


Further At ice
We, the subscribers, Assignpes of
Thomas Hailan, agreeably i tlio e a-
bove notice, request all li., Creditors
to present their accounts, suffiiently
authenticated, on or before 6th day,
the .th ofthe 2d mo. (Feb.) 1819;
on which day we will attend at James
Colarl's tavern, inm Dntninre too n-
ship, from 10 A. Mr. until 3 P. Mr. All
these indebted to him are alrso rrques-
fed fn httetnd, antd make settlement on
said day.
.1lJMES M'SP. PR \N,
1-rn. cJ.n) 20 77
All per'nni inLd'.iI btedt t he e-atie
ii'.s tiimtelr Leti, late of the tio: nsiip
uof Ki,-:nnett. dei eaisd, are triqi-,srted to
make inmm:eiliate pJayrtiernt, andt ttnse.
h.a ir\ le-al tiemani d, tin, t're nrtt the,;
accirintsifo WM.'. VWAL'! F.. E.'-.
On tlr 2 jd ult. on t-e road fIrom
Jclirn Milli near Laurel Fo.r.e, to
\\ m. Gcltherii's, or fitrun tli-nice to
J.,l.n Fisher'a neSr DouI ningtoit ni.orne
iinibi-r of' Dr. Claik- bible and ciii-
nientare uri the epistle to the He-
brews. "Wl5n't.r t till t-turn the same
tri '1I.imns (O d(re iii Westchtester, It
\n.. Gutherne or to John Fisher, shall
be rie ar idned for tli' ir iicuble. A- it
breakI' the set, it is of considerable
los- to Ihe subscriber.
Jan. ,2i 77.

Tle ab.cilibr beirn about to de-
:line thn: store keepirit buisiniess, wish-
e to disl.ose it hiis share (atrarunitiing
to .rne half) of tle stock o'f Baily and
Valentine. which may be had ol n tea-
sonable terms, b apilvino to
N. B A idwellinmg house attached to
the store house may also be had
J. C. B.
V\estche,.ter. Jan. '0 77
TO Li-S.
Two or three houses .it the All-
phi Cotton wrItrk-, (neanr estiches-
ter,) to those %lho (an lu, iish from il
to 4 or more children, to woik in tihe
factory, where good wages sill be. gi-
veir fomr those itin can tumine well le-
c,,mntended for bedieince and indus-
try,, as well as their parents with sob-
rietv and mooralit',. Apply to the sub-
scriber at the \v.o ils.
Jan'v 20. 77
FOR. SALF.-A general assortment
of Cotton yarn, and domestic muslins
of the first quality, wholesale and re,
tail--low for cash~ A. N.

STOLEN from or near the Plantation
1f the su'icriber, about tle latter nl i f
.Inl\ or begi;iing i t. A.gust last, ten lea.t
fA'F" F i.E, ti s ven steers, t, ol'a th. ch
tie three y\ars old. anJ fid e t tao, brand.
.d on e., h hmrn in tosi pl-'es, a lth C.
.::wl., and tlree Hefller, of tro sear
*L i two ofv. which are bi.i. did in like man-
lr 5s tihe steers, the other without any
II irk
Thie above reward till be g:itn for the
i. scierl' of the Cattle, and apprcherns...ri
*I 'lie thief r thiesei ; or a lilb iral .r' iJd
,''r a int normiati.-.n winerin ma) IIid to a dCs-
l toury ot' the C tllt onhil
A lettlra addlrtsnd to tihe suherinber. lit
W'a, neshurgh, Greere counil, Pter.. cil -
''iri.itg such intellierce. i ill be liraikhiiUy
receded a ad ritecr.dced t.i
rJ Tlie atteiitiun to.f Hlitchrrs ad Tin.
tiers is particul ri requestC e to the abt..o
.ic Jut.l'l It CotNNIs''LL.
It{ eison'q ftatnon, Dec. 'th. le.Il :6
'.11 nersons indebted to the estate
o Joepl ''otsdes, later of l' rpie fiet P
-. d.'ce.r are deiIedl to make
S i.,. l-t, ,yienrit aid all those hav-
,:,g :'. : .ui..l v i m .n at -mid 'state are
,' -i -'ui to -ir. tIhe fol i arJ le-
errill ut(risted! i,.r titlemertr. 'i ho 'et-
tli'ement of tl r accounts to be rr.:i..e at
tN.e house ot T'I'hona Temple, in Mar-
ple tow n.ship.
JNO. M. MORE. jidm'r-.
Jan. 6, 1I19, 75 4tS 9
Tihe subscriber I a ing, by Deed of
trust, an.signed .ll li-, properly. real
personal, ;ind mixed, unto Jaiiies
M'Sparran, Gardner Furnics, and .leise
Gregg, to dispose of lthe samne lur the
use of hlis Creditor s: he reby re-
quest, all tlh-se concerned tb make
settlement %ith the aboae-nanied As-
Littiebritain, 1st mo. (Jan., 4.


c-Ia. -
OUll ULL.110ONS 'I\itil tSPAiN.
The Secr ctry 'if State of i n'rie.ed Sl.ite;,
to tile jicrier I'l. i,;p,. ,li.iar.' ol thi';
United i', c-i tu Sir.,-. -'.. l i.ldi

W'as'..i1,aii., 21' i, Nmaember, la I .
Sr.'l,,,,tied ]
ft hcr -n.m., tli...il"rve. in the opiniior i r
SL..n I.Ls '"' I, rn lispciliSly hI c i c-. .' Ir
like i 'lin t 'I'- I l,-. ot P er-... A!.i the il:.A .
uI .al CiI', m l tIn I urert il llta -C-'ll >l I .
filliia tIe fi)lCIs Iii lr lini com m tnlI, 'the s,.-
vaii tie rmal ut'l hl s ciiiliiir lalSt i.l ipejar-
c'l But liet k:.c. that tli rnuil'-'it ilausc
if audI ic s ilhal ,in 'S-i'r.1 Ia 11it" uitii ii i
ai".i i ,.li het "- n .a i'- ri m 'e L i S lR 'ii l ei I l t. ,
a i r.n- li tlur'r.. it lii. i..in 1 Al .i i :1 i .IT l i-

if '.led at id it il iti r. ..J bL ) i- t iimt. n aJil i. I
p:a'nutl 'ig.i.n .qi.l i .attlin as .i- i.i t. ci-r a
r. .jsil Lu i |ur I 'il m.i hsi'i.ieLI l-it, t1lic,; : u uld

S i:.cap -iA illsJ l ihacl .J i ri C t .l .l l h I lll. I l Itri
". 1 S. v -ie .ta:ie j i IC.) l i* l ii'ItII I i !cet -i J,
tIi, HIi. llll IIIeid Ilt It "l.lai l-h iud t mLulll it
i o i'lld. Ii' Cl i a ,tla ,t i ,.it '. i al'-- n d-

LSil, is,.iL. ai -l n til r. l t-'ie. p t e illi the
bl-ud .-I thi'a r *l i LIl -acl.l) : ll.jel-[ "ia tj r

*it trin tcl itt alieCk 'ie rentitatit i 1 tue
ba= nll ihi; l.li.. le Ouh':.c- o. the si ,'. i l :'
exril.-i,.u,. llli; 0, V A t t n L. n 'i'g.l it,
Jiack n iti a' ilc t to ici il.a le 10 Io ei f n-
-liie: i....i I eir himcs, l ic t -br.tie l% nllii it '
,. "w l'l 1 ta1 h llall ed l S asir.llAi.1, ,>ld M 1.h ll ll

Sp:- n ,l, tolrl,, ia nd A Is dIeriv it ,'J tent. nIi
rcora. .it..i..1 i.-- principle %iti 'ail Ini l:. u-i c

lie c.:old p. i..n E11 [it *,- i -l.', l teal I'ei a
ol.t ila |ti,'.l Ih' u t frl i t'- r t'. I r t'--" 'i iL-'I
i, tl. o 'j i i ticid 51 f, h l >. i ', ,ch.l rit.ct i t ,
voli haccr ctialr Fa cluJir the c idi u r)

rtci.li rti l II '.Ji[".t il, aII Ihr J li i cC.i- ti-
an'J d i |i,.i- >' L ba l..lr, 5lln l. "1 lilit ahi ,,I i
il..,l i r, e ,-i' ih lia k hlie reri'a t .i.'i t!c
bailin u ai l i i. l'I, ie L', ;i' '.'th -d, I- I
oiig th,> ~. hIloulJ be lietIlutC ol OLI.qr
aid an .in d i.lor r Ilt in I.s, !Jilg'-cil,
ctl ...ttsii'lt l l' tlie sh li J J. Is -urli ilr l'
ll. ~illht r .iciiiit i u lnder li.e l rulot-c l.,- I
Sp:in.h t' i irsI, aind io dJeiivIe h':l I iI-In: rI
ftr ri 'it.: I'liiti, Ice ilr iI ii: ll wi ll r 1 il
llet! L il a'J .il d .ulf her bpal.. htil.. ,:im '
IHe l tu k piist 1 -Sii- n, th r.fii r- i.il t Pensit.f
tcol. and. f Il c Fortl- oL lirr -.cA-, -l A I .v l
..aiie ..t" li t. t l.i k-, IhL. 1 I l lit I ti h :.i illt
I., to :.|ir ti, -'J1 I 2'- el.' liit aiu c ril
'tlh d tticl.'l. ; gt l migi l.,t..._" thi t ilhl. } il,.uldt
ble rat u p lii. .IliLr[.cr o ,i.iun s l.uua l i place
ci iii'.l Ii~'l.n l -ri a Itircc lith e abl .-i ami
Willing tl lultl the ern.,,i_..i.a,,:rl t .t i ,, I s a ,h
.,.- llm lcih Iart ,l i-d Ic.it.li. lt. u l'aii.'.liil,.t
I 'll' l lllilt i tir 'l .iUi'l T h-c ;iLll.cit li,
brutinrct I thileit C.J.ti i .''a id ii.i ali.

otii l Si l', Ia liCe, to g e it .i ,-ll ir rieiic.
ialionI ol i clin dl c u i ilt.e ill i- dliius il. iciut
ltie tirg ol pi int to pei' jrino lpil in 'uo.
o.ith til t O dcIt|,n ,i'elert i .,ai Dent,iib... It'
al.ri ..uir-a- l i. it 's .i tl. 1. rit nI i.crti li "
sl.-ecn ufCI I .hqist or hu.I'l ul l. lls3p-in, 1. .l
ii inikle~ iH '.e li ile cule i.lls 1 I aitl L;iiL d
t cn f, liai dinr ,_ltd tne tiunllC i il nii tilr -

trzed ito reeia e ii ent,, If I'.:ns a l.l iii l
tli.d iasn .i.-.a .-lid tI.i t ,1I -lt i k. i., I ai
o i ti lnige itr'i- J,'.d i t r i- iii l.t nc`
an ain dst ll,. Al h k ut i~ I hc .:l, 'j.lii l lie
i'-re id ral a ill iatC t. cr inltci plicl ....i Litr',
rir pa,, 'a cvrii .ne uponl G'iin J it.k ,'l I..
tllil c nJul l, Mi-li e I f-1< l'i,- ulidI w Ifi.
,il ',,. d i i.. i l.r st .i lrl 'l. .i nlt ill t i. -i .
c.,; salr. i. *. 4.=&' Ah I,, r" ", 1 -.11. In.i0A di-
,t l f'1 ]i > .. i- .l n i. r,,.. l l ml i y. :. I i, ,Ji -
|I|[',' f > I L, .i' ii ,i'l ,I I -r. ,i l olii t t '., J' l -
le l,.n1 d hUr ih.t fI ,i' t .l ii.' I .1 r' t-i

%-, il lii l t .l isi. It lag l n 'lu re, cit lc-
frIce. lie t alle, I, L th llll's c nl l l .. li
It tih I j t1ii..Ct' ,- t.:ch Uh. L dia SLd iit,: i it e
i rpimLt 1 l ii l ri rat1 et th e atisl e 1 a.1 l

c n '., -h In ll sllAl triaciT I,,, ,iL S el l ,. i,.
a vi n ling l\ i'tli lcei ed tu1 ul i.ilj i' l11.
.ti, ,i g.. |j, t h'uii lliT at ln ilr' -1l...I il h
inlsti.ut i. t i tO he :' c it. jl La on -.I.:c I MO .
not, tJh h ar li' 'el.-' Ao 'lck id UJ t L i.
ciscol 'it1 c.i.ll a 1. ia .i '1 i i1 'a 1..rki.
and a sit -able punishment inrt li i.O
them for, leaving, in defiance anld vr i, '
ot hde iagagteients.of Sp.iin ih ;thlhlhe Uni-
t ieda sti.i,, ,i.-I. id idJ a.-,ted li.hie inor.il
wot's ,t a if 11 i '' i' \ l*,,il..i hli-a -.e i..... -
the Li n e.1i'111, 1. -i c t i'i it i 'A ii .ic ,l i i i

llt i ii.,titi f L it LS -olt iiil..rI thci enaI it-l-i -
-ic.l I i ll t lie hunir of lhle Spii.' i t i-rn ii

c s, atn w l iiii,.lg T ., t Al.'t .i L l .I '.Il..
rs. r I. L a is Illa' d iiif l .t n l t 1i' l
C ,. o 1',,, :i I..A] k T l. ..it l li,.l1liii,,

r il1 t I l r..:it, O.lt Si -I' ti f u I tu Nn i
I a lhne r fi.- thilter, i a.ni c itAe, .sl ipplhic
n ,J plttidili lln. ill tllhe Iratlce ol .u:h lin .
Flit'i it>L- i titihe s i'nsbt i.rtsmaridpari It.

Ve-.un.auld frf brthi at. I'nA. -t cla n-i 'i -c'
,'i-akl ls te alleged. ih.s I.,- been the ri._i lt
of i.licir wc-:kneiasS, r.mll-r il.i l (,1' ihir a ll
l' tti ',itai, a i.-tcd the I.dA, .ni t e iinst tlli-
t .; ui;:,i st'.u it ,j c ',uirt itS r Chostilitic' fi, lin
i,.-_ ] ..,, ,.'. i l.i h ii -\ I, O N 1 1 n ot seith..ic.i.
1. i L: '.,, i'.-' t J lulat ijiTiTi, m %a tci e. irn
d, t,.; irn -- 'r i, '.Culp iale, i. h ,l i. d uall;,
tliii .: u'. r. au nt It irl c rru s .lemn uni' ir.-
tion irreAu sisgit, ae- o tle S nil ~l.o er5i tiniItl,
that the ri i l. o '. thi. r.T t ii, ra,t cs i in a'h-
lilte Co iilit ii ill b i iit lA- 1ll. ICe IlI
]p, hi-. il. li hit iSpain ii,,-,. inh-iiiK.d.J hli
mrake her clocui:tn, enher itak te t ice o l'
in Florida ail-hlats at once to tile priotec
tm o r toer terr.ory Lii,)t tthei ehfiilmnitnt ol
_1,.r .'nl ;ei- nein -r Ce.le de I .hi [U Si l a
a | l)] ilU, ,. l .Ih lch -s le Ic'C inl l,-,lllln l1ll
lie nomi u:d t posez.iu ,n but \,l.hic f I
fact, a direl4 t: op n tt the ici er Tc n r :'., '
every enetrY, I'l'iliz'ed or s:sai'e, of tiIe U
States,. and serving; n) other earttilh Iur.
S>-,t, ill is j a po it ,o l iiii nce Io SL cm i
ril.t tile r, :posi-,-,i i vell of tile N-l.-,-
In lian h ai.Jm witlli h e' *i "t le h l.c,
c,,n dL i nihig, a f, ,'f the h'llnii iri.dJors ,.
Fi}" ,liia, ulah tireis a-s.-cmbled anl emrplu_>i.lI
ti, rr,. andof lhe Britili intruding anI rre.
teirliiig t Ir'al. r', ,'i ce ili-e piece, lio h i ial
i,"-ititatld andl betri_ uil ll.m to >I ,i nic.
t|,ll, li. \e bi.cn i lot le,< h,',s ile to 0 '". '
thni t, llie liii, ted S t1 ,:s tl, l 'll piuvo c,.,.
taineJ il ihe ducunm iiti hinrev,'itb enclhisen,
"are eori,-lmiie. Mr. rIirarru's note id'f ';til
of August, speaks ot" H'i- Catlolic MijCt', "':
|pr..fnnJ indipgn tlin ot ,he "s si1g..inr.ii
* t- cuti;0ii ,, tlhe 1',;|i.u h ,.,.t, of tihe Mjub-

m-.:aning Albullinut nti Amblrister L.eI
Mr. Pizarro's success r t,>ke tile troublee ofl
%eadingd the c.lesed d,.,cumears, and he.
will discover vn'I Arbuul,,.t ald Arr.,mbiter
werte and h Ih' v.cr- thcih p,, !,,.sv : Tlhe
Arbuthnot was ouly ite sl]'tc'--'or- ofNi-
choffs, and Ambnisiir the 'l. ,:nt of V0ood-
bine, and the sibeahern uf Ml.h-Grgor. Mstr.
l'mo I O n'1ilines lGen. Jackson's nIca s..i$i
i -uilt o.1" ,i-l-crt.e. sayage e cn-em) be ornd
rlie Spain-: l'loiidA line, as r sium.anii in-

M sot ou His MArsjIAE ', T TTirrTTOtRT- t,
that territory' was the trltor Iuri also of the
l',pge citren.v, aiid Spain was bound to te-
i.ai-i, tIt',-,, I.v l ce, romrn hostlin;.it- against
,at L'ii J.-lt' s arid it. % is the I til tlc ot
.-' .iIi ri : Li'tI- Luit. ig )'mi' iT lni., ltich li i
ni-tJ-a Ii lCii i ..I v 1 i ,-.n Jack on tI pu-i '
,ue the iav i;'l ai ci '-. ib e line. i lIs.t .liLen
.. tine ciiir.ictcr of Nicioll.' in. iisa li olf
itli L 'I l'.. ic'~l- j.itor ; and here ai inl
.iii 'A'' |i'i.,t .nd idit;t aL II 1t iunt r i-
>(r Pi -nr~i i. -, In. 11.j v'i fir. anc
,l '- *s ]l e i C ] l .i h la h el~in ,d ,J n "
uit i .latiij-n Jli Ui-Liy i' tJl i ct ii O ct1 l. l
ull, ri ih.uA i.I llie 'principal ut" InI lul.
ieCil b'I t' ii up t N L iaull', dll i a bLrilall
I,'m 'CJii li 3.tlili II ii~~.A li I L L lOi)' 1l i'i
tri.( l]. sj i, Ui.si Lt ir ', ,l L t.i *.i C rli, i '
. i NL.egt tuIr ii l .i...l ice of -jimlil.
.ii.thlllii, after r Lie p Cice 1 \Vl'hi t re n\aI

,ir CIM I ,LII .1 1 o l, rli nd k i Un ll -iul-
I' 0 Mt i, h" 's IpII o l' l unln' iaion) ati '
fi ti H1- ?l', l .k ,l pl i .ul ll ,.Itl lo Ih lliale l all i.e-

i. 1 ill l l t UI .- l. tII A *.t l ],.. 'lUl l Ut li S tel-
.l 5 t ill 1 cSialori t lcl I Sr l cilrm n, i iI.IItIl

i.ir l icn j U.l l of' l a prelXli.t 0 l ss 111 1.1--
clib j'i. liln iul':in warning i t die Miitihli
%;..>' L l l n l. l l [In;-.; 11 11 1c Il .,C I.l'd Ills
il.si ...l.i ill i llb'aI c t i a- A.i"l e l l |laI -i l l
i cs- I,.i.l bi l iihd leJ i'.'l l ic i Ing: t i ['1-
IlLIcnl V !. li. Oful like lI,", CO t ... It-l
c l- ls a.ni i lo i le ile in lthele i n tt. 11 ll
ilI phl le ; LSt tai tlie s tll t'i run Jll I'ii li
lil l- ni'at,.I.i Jl, i j,,n Il i, '- i rl )i C |ial i'n

i Cilii t 1 .l il! s i l .. I I le I i.'- i .

44i cl uI'es I. t t ll s ti\ t l I icc.il : "it,
.,l. l eiri,'i; ..l il i. g c l' .l i .rj in l:,, lie la' -

.Iahl 'l tl l i' I t ii r L i l... I iIs' in hL I rl i I L, 'L
Lisflc iit tc'irgll l AlL ni t lli to abprr.lili

ic;i -l, i 11 ,-nil' he L I crlle aiji-d .iill ilc il'
lcih! ': i.V i l- 0l' ili '.'r,. and pl.in. -.- ag uiialt
L iie L.I.li tillt u l lc Jl'lr'iai'i, tid ulit

Illin .l ti-, .. i ll l' Il 1 ..1 .-lld .l-st ill U*l-
.i h. llii.,, .! rl l 4, 'l,._ r 0., t *'tend .1, u B l il i -. *H
L i i I r : ..l 1 O ii. it", il r il i iC n li1iLu l.,

tll' i -. I :ll 1 l I CI ll.l l w l l.:ii rlItio.l l IIr.l-

inutiii ,t IA.r Lii...r&,i iie t iigh toi rio i l'i-lile
Ut .,ii.d the L l .r thea l rtei hlroin l atir
ilr I i jh rl, ,. I to h lllcl l |1 .i I llb I.r.cll i
Himnl'im .I *t-Ii i.kl t it, (seetile do e
iver co.... 1' .n >i i L:.. h. 'n M ad
ic- ll 1 -lli l .ll l 1,lt l j.IIl t lllf i\ tl.-,
lniilI:, i -L I il..,r cl eiit Ialli t i ii ,n [li

i.u t'l, b., .I,te the acirt martial.tI have
ci' td I iA e -I l.i.L d tI C.. i ilL: lt very extra.i
o I.I.IeI, .ms L ut-,.C ,1. ii, A ri U tiltrader
Id uli, t ie ......ul -c t- I. ,i-I...,11 be I i t Ltd ,
0 i n. L(: <. 7ili 1ll unl. i i ..:'I I IO L (I:. llI. ll
,J thiiT ii.rll Ir i .. .b i .t is',, r, \ ,..tile nili
tsl' l-t.11 U l' ll- r1.1 at lli hit 1.1s' letter toi
Hllnl q 'diu, I..t 'Ac M I.I.-, (se eIIC ed aoc-
tut l tii ulL' 4 ali' l HIit hit't ma Jti.l. 1
ilic1 C i itil tile C I' i tI iJL''li t'h it I t Lri-
'i'.e i,. JL .. iii-.a ai1,.t i ULi s l. ist t, rill

Si t[.L l S iiii D-i th l t e at L .C-I ] IIL;.I
i'rttllik e in. i iime le l, wl'ote I to hint, wl an lii
U1III L I) 41 lll11.11 k- l 1 1. 1milli 0 pl>ll, ." ] l II- >
C.t'rihc, IIe oli.1n il li ald oi d tlie British gdovr
cr iin, t.., '.CiCh lu utilities against the Uni-
1cd li a.i., lie L '| l. i} L .li% ll thl il. .

tlie I'i li' 'd l g 'al te 1r 'il .taiu,.i :i li L tl
li lt c,. aI iv AC i' h I%-, .\k'uLim :% I l iL.
ij iIIn tII, C1 ji rj alt. i I~ l. oll l l ii i. e
trA i ..I a l s L r trm li JI'I .4 11n11 -.1 ,le, 1%,i'
Ne.l t1, Ilril b' I. C.l l, i .nl i, l tlitisl 'o -
j ienl r., i,, I lLilll t lllh llll i ll a 1 il i. 1]h lit l
J J Ul lh,. b, it.'l'lhl ,'lt h ,d ,LLu ,hll. i ,'.l

S Ini ri; .,IetI L' ltr l l. p l IUe I lili.e1n .lril lluc
iii.i ,.c i ri'iii kil bimong tli ing ptouip i
lichlll 1ll- ll .i I l l II, I p l l l I t l .I I- -, d i
tha[..,l .li n Iall i I Illl.. .t' l.lL t. 1,1 i | l l i I
a.l [l. -i ] .'. 1 1, I I .-I'; r l v .rP 1:; .i
I d 1t .I i, I. L. 11 I t i I byo I I L.1 e

i ill. ai i't I il llyl ot'l itk \\_ra lnct L'rly .ifthel
t r."lgitt A .. 1 ia it i t ll th e U ni e.d Sta1e.
to tIle'- list h it', power -d ies instrtef -
l-iii -li, ilntL AIrbu li. the incendiary,
i i .il, lii In I i I2l leitaiTi by s, of'

lic n,. L i-i i lii i'd t .' nlui ...ii. i li t -.
U tl il.t l, i ineibl, .111-t 1 i L- J i I a ll r.
a-'reekit lliT--Ir >c-, wrote: to ;hini, wareiI.r
h'Ill I, to Itl'-ll II ilt lli-llll t 1i'lt .l. l ,1

I1 uI .j U j .-11CCi, llllil 11 lJI L ll- ,1 l A ll i t
iI Li 'thl j lile 7,11 l i.. l 1 l i i cih,] I ci-.

dIling I, I Il I II Wil l ll l h
i.t....ll C itiji l tiig th. t the Ait: eiu ,ii., iitl -
i.liri'aa., pI .is,,. hu ,l id iC i M i le ,t [ I- d-lll
nlor g ti i rI r:l.l it .lrii il l il i t prf ,
uSid t S :.e u Ilil ri'.i b i l.it i tI I' I i 3 i r -.

kih I, t l .i iL .'I l llc lll. I l ii,.ll ,l |ll : l; l,.l
P l l. !.lefl.c ,(.,..l ill ch.,,ll- : I .. I-,hl I. _. l. i r

lit- L iii h. i ilgo rrti. 't a ii t e' the th ei
a)tlll i tj J (' SEa .ll : ia i'l the jl' t.Jei r 1n
tis.ar bttie i Ri, I h I 'ifu llt. mi :.iT i ,Lill r Ih

-Alt MaIrk Li e'rd all of our talks a-nd
c.n ii...i. I .r l-fe [ippril io, t I.e 'ha
s-it i Ll :i li ll te j 1 in iaI .i l i.t' 'ls
Negr. l' r i,.u iJ clijr i.in g the Ilritish gIov-
ci'lllhe ll u Illl ll illn g Ji'.i'l 1 Ill [il l.- lilu.
.i i- u iLlh L'= U iiLed tates i.. l, il. :J H]iI ,
tlemrri later iI,; p:-e ce.
Yii .,il v.iin.Ark among the papers pro-
,bi.i, ,i,. .. .1 ,tA,. power of attorney, da.-
led 17th ,Jiln', ll-, givn him by twelve
li... I-U),v Illy ui I-Irida and partly ofthe
ing-.in 'i Ii i' ron the United Staes.
-r[ l t, t llt tli power, and Ilis istrue.

c .irlli'ii', .il i c .',,.ii ir g-e .ic il ] ui i lC
;T-'% ...a. I nc, pq* pers are not only subt!)-
,lani.u ll\ p.II, id "- of htis hand writing oil
Lthr-' 1i;1l, il in tihe d-il.i newspapers of
Lu ,ri ln i l ii sc 'li .in J jih ,ll .1 L, l ISr,
,1 Il i 1,) i C 1.il llu 16 i',,i ll- ivJ, I '- hl.,
uhat pirtl',l, I ith J ,[,\ lIt il ,illIlh 'l
.iuOicn -lht r'h...m d IclL-r10 Io him, aihl I' r '.cr-
>;n<:c to 0 Is lnJuiai pijwc-r I .ilonlli t- h)
,ihn, al|ri'," c'J lI> tile c',iuliii.i l.i ll i..' s11.
.'ilk ., t' ,'- L ien .'', .\,ii'< ] ,i ih _. p i, .-
l-, ri i- s lh-et ic r ri iel ril iil l.iii ei' ,1l lhe
serne ,.h.li.l-. AI hilblif-iib l, !,) lilt ,e b.- ii in.:.r
-.ic- l l o U .c l II.- all.ll.l, .ibllli "1 ll llll i ."--"
livjsisiun llr ArbuLlinot to LSlt lidih a i\ali.e.
hIuu- oi, the ApF.-jlac!icol -- bin[ll\ .*,i|l
i cll v colilin i.Lnin ig tl; ti.l tli e Amli-ii n.ia tliii
rrimJe nlcicahisi, on l icn lanJs, **itlhi lhee
l'pain hll l.hnes, jiJ c, ll'in uit' l| 11,: (ojv.r"
nor gerlnral 'r i p e ordeli o Jiod planr" llithe i,
'indl 11iid thien-m ba.:l; 10 aI htr uun couhtlry.
Iih hll I le l tle asii gn ajl a I. ,-.on for
ikin thir I'tieh L I',r .Arl.'inlin''i, ih. v,' nt
o1 a p[rs.,_, to pjut in i',ting f." thlrhem thel-
tuiks of g,.;e'i]ices aAInilo the Americans
And thie\ dJJ, "" the ctmnuiii.ier el tl, Fort
.J1 St Malaks his beard all of our talks and
c..implhhitl. lHe approies of what we have
don., ,r.. xi h.a u e ale doing-and it is by
hai rtcm.unciOd.iiion \e.c have tllu presum-

eC to -litress Vouaar xc.- .!i:iM." .:i, t will Frromr. U .'v-,-r.. A .St..ctmnr.
find these papers il the i|rintEt ncus- LATEST' FOREIGN NE\\ S.
papers trncloedl. and in dhe proc'eduilgs vti
the couit rar'Iiii, aid will point tiiem ou Great prepa rti;nonsa er e n-irLini ili
to the i-.imu.;b g.-- i .rir ut, nri on.ly a de- !,nndonr for the i::terrrent r.f tli
ci ue-te Iro'p1r o i'-- 'nr .ii np]-ld c..m n-.lrn Qu Pi, w.ich ,.s to take place oil
ceg of the S cpilllh thETri in Thriti. ra 1,t (he d of December.
,'e:gn ; nrl.ru;\ e agents dn ins;Ug.t-,rs of I he Ino1 e nber ,
Jian liiiut.ial.I a .t-I,.t ilie Uni d S lite, Genoa pr.Do ir slfir, tlltt on tlie
blt as pl'- niiig, L n aid 3 douib,. ti' t r ii-' ci Ilt- Of Septeriii,,r, M r. JODPn tli,
rS l, r, ,t s I n,'lin .[iri t 1 ra ." rii, i Cnn iil GPner.il nt Tripoli,
d ni t ,',f "it .M ".:< \ lhe- i, G rne r, l r ..n ^ *rG.': or ,
-i j;iirlfi ciiati i, irn l i..f .ILch I L ent 'it t.o lillt \ithi hi; Scretary.
lile so e11ll -....rltl. a right to deniand ilic tlie Dan;nah Consul, .lnd a .lariilsary.
punishlment. title is tle comiranhdant of a Pehin,; ''patrrl ed froin liis rin'kllliicinr.
spJn,.i shi 1:.Ct, h-.in byh the s:alcrtd el;a;e. lip : n; attarkeld v e tliice M onrs of
-neit .4 trLE Wbst., l.a liSuti. ll, Iet, tiLL *
hncp ,,r t. ; r1 1,. 1 ,t-4 na.,, t,. 1,,,C-, it ;. Adm iral M inrit-!,i, ., bo strvel
ning- I .tiiic s .,g ii.- le Unci. SLtt. i ll re er.l l 'in i t ltl l t ,a 'tl-el'll- '\ "
eniatltir..4 'itih il,,:e Arme i n lin.i'. an' their tlitisk '. kni,cke.d imn d. v r',
.leliber'd-r l .. I\ an.I i I\t tllnite n ilipiiuLahtiiin nd wo 'do 'i;iv m i-rIler ''l himn, had it
IO fllieli ,,ii l,,t r ,,int. lt i, a fl'u.- in.r, Bri- ,f been I f,-. r.-.t i in l Ili cr iri[an-
riIi **'. ju's l l, i, l :ir I' l ll t t i U. '*It itl .uml- rn eIi ,
i n ,.e ,,,. I l .Pis 0. i ,',,,,* ,I ,. r '.*I nl .I '. '.,,he tl t 1 c ,' i r r1 o -
,dl r.t ilio, I ...... ..... [i i ,, n ,,Ii.-i .i ,. o"'ri, i Ih bl-.., l, to tlt Palace ofl he
Lilnri-nli, ifr c:iiri ii, oni tlnc' asimne hio.f- I):arlc.l lli j i'iliii-i pt rre e -r I 'l l ra.t;'Tri
tilities. tlint -'oub. he ri' lllcrol, :iril then r col-
L,t u s corn: tlio the case o rf .Arbri-,,le- ,t ked af t hl e '.,li, t .l I is t c tnlrv-
lite a,- t.k ..n l, jirit I- liiih 1 .:I ,,.n- -
nh. i,,hi th], e I......... ,'. lie it.u .. 1,i ll ,.. ,1 -se t c.,- ill- t ith itl -..i ir tih e-
A .T. ... ..I i ,.u .. I i ,r. ..I .r n '-,r, r 'i r.t l-T I &' n r'

lirt.lc t, 'Ip li, tahii lt .ii.: L' iilt .i a ,-" the P t-j sh 'u-,llcl ,m1 i 'rlfnt-.
\ C tirm l iiiiat in It.IJ I,,itai.i.i -,.1 miii ...-
-oIl.ect oft.is t. rc, bulll irr- ,t of W .. o. 01.11 fl i

i llu 1... 1,i t .I.,, 1 11 L i c e ot 11 ,( o. ( i, ; 1 ,, i ,l t-
ru s I..1 :l ; .il .,n u ih n ii .. i wa.s exii e one u-i tc i MIa r o ,
l Ceii.. ll i.i ll i tii: i it, l l t 'lrn \ i l i' l l- l i ,un i ohl I t r.
M., Ar i and t, i ,. i ,l .. i i' en.ced t o odea.,. L r l O .
lt Aiii .- i h t l j t 11.i a i r one h cu
tii.-i, i I uril ii. I e A14 ',:ti' 'i ot hIler re. C 'l ,l l i ind iJ
C \ K t 1 i. i 1t.l 11, li ..tnCl :i I i' A n lid' l ., i -l, f ,,;,r [Ji.re.t M .tri r .-
Ilu ti Sp.in, b l .e ut e I .I tl s ,. -i l l infiOlil ti:n Pf thi e :n l'llP r~i-
dii.i nil i N .glOs, Hluri tlle C ih llnl -ii lhil *llr
,.' -t. Faiks a, ,i rp.sl 10 .ua le they,. "Chap l e on l, rt -n1 conl til it "run i,,
could. t i r .gacco p.tiL the cUianr eo... i ,s t h1- Ainit nfl" 'in- rn ire .ir -,il,.l !r,
thi l,,in : pr.. I: tth tl it I rLI-,. l"1 ,, rl't 'i .. a ,ia il't',
f,,:, ,, .:,t in.d ii t',.: do.:,ir,..- ,.-urin.- .-qil:)I r,.;'i *e r,: T ripri (,.dy tM rn ",-l

it Ad Ie i 1,tit l tl i iei i I il, i tnen 1 Fl li fod rn tf Isl-l b e oi f Il e iL iii ,
11t .. .l..... ;.r 1. .. il '.,J, Ih It t I d II II lli C onmil, p. '.? e V '- .%v i-,i ,r! ll inr -
?1... ,.. r >,u th:i. tr io ibl, .* c.-it ':'],:,ii t ;i in | ;i l'T ;r -_ i r il d c ri l i ll l atit ,
N e.. -'i,-,i'Jen,:n i1 L,_ o.net- .. tl *\T r], 1: p A rI i ;I' (n co al aik.1i r .01 it ',T 1t
lo jisn tuno Ii~. lia e h inl.i.ii ;ti it ..s rel lliialt) p e i t rl i ries, ith a re-
!>l..ndjIn t -s M c r,' o,:,r, alandoniiq g the n- r 1" re
Ani| 1H1 0.:.l I i .ermenl. l.re, a r"""f Wat hat happened.
lt ia i..,, l.. i tI l H ..ri- :gieo r, li I i 'LJ1 lie Al.111; ,! r .--.-i.-r o hl-a r.-r
e -.! ..i .IL .ch lli h. embii rk..-,d at Aff :. i, n to I P -r ;, ,. 1 ,t;-1nt.-1
S [-li .l r riltl .il l.... tli ,l l v ...Jln .., I..,,

"l'hl-tt-voudbine had persuaded him they Chapelle On thel 17i1, o ( ,in mbrr,
could yet accomplish thle conquestrof Flori- the-'in ofr Prn-Q;r r-n !",I i 'tl. nril
da, with soldiers L.:. Le r<:c init.. ,i % .IN A.in (i|,. Ern er,'r ofi .th.,i ... A. 2 ,
from the corps .I ( ...n ,,,n, A ,-. ._ ,. I % nrt real. e, .i.. l o t ll,,,
hirl ser .td ,iinl<.r Nih,.11; dal i h e- lt, l ic ,
\,iac wit the L.ke td LLt.i v l.-ch cu ,. L- l. t ,;t ; .I-n'ilrpt *, n r-ts -
ilad been IiIy l di-aMiiLd I ; ..h1a Aul 1tNC .- r.enr Frankfort, to a) .'n ,ili.l h I l"-n-
g'roes to i)UI- lo1iJ at I ,irplI BI jI... l j per-lr Ar,,'XAN i.n. N.i Cifii rrnlt', ii
ilalh-e.,., %d.Ii-.. ) l.j. ..n ..,,,,e t. ...'.-.iic, ,, r i rumou1r had been received ti
,i n 11G. i-tch di llirt tr o.. l, i ,1: -' ,,I A i ,-.it ..
all i,,.n ild ,r l I .' II, I, p p* : .

lLiJ : 1 P iln ri ll l ii gl inmt h l i. il i ac l i .'il i
,JU l.t-j : lillll. Ill ,i ll^ t. ll '. ,,H I il hl M I l fl--r
Iisul uctiiosI th'.r t .l iirig iiirl I..,i I La i.
.I I IIU 1 '.- t1.i thall' i- .. 1 ..: i 1 I' i u
l itt l III- t i l.. ua l ah Ai stl CI Ii L I l '. it .
ll il .. iI i ]t h, i,.I' i ...1- i i L L
-a 1, 1 .-.1 Ali .
I > I :ll 'r.in I ll 1A-lli- Llii-i ..*; .l .ll.lu. ll. 1 I
ai..Il.I Lth.1 i'i.ic ti a arochtamatZi. 'lOlhiciIt asi
t !i:trve L.,.. -. 4- J .- T i. i L L. i-~
-e J.h1 .I 1 ll ta u i 111. t i t l.. a
it edt Li I i .iil. i l.. ,it .i h i li.i lii ., -

fur. the Ilul, ..,l ,1 11i, r-aii LCll. 111 .iiin 1 iI.
despotisIl oif S;aiL, aLnd or feiaaling thtelin
LO lItili it a ti... a l n.iI l" 1. 'iiettisidU ies. lie
iad pers~u .-I ir. :'; ..,ii tv otuli listen t.o
ni ttil her', In1t I' u.l'll.liL 0 ject w'as tIo
,.ll the tl i.t- I, I h11. Ll nilcd Statst.-
i'ilere is sonLle 're'-inn'l to snllpp1seSc lltat ie
itadl made lnilmltll. e a l.it t a, ,l l ,, alnilal
nature, to lii; Llil, i. l I.\ e.,.,'t. 'lins

,, I i'.1 I ti.l 'a 1, lilt', .ti i, i '
.-1 i Ji L t 'i i 'l i l i 1i 111- 1 ,_' 1 ,l l ltI
ilpi.,1u I i n'm lrll .- la l.J lli ;. .l '..^ IIu ) .
\rLiihi L' 'lU :, U rlui'I jlii.i iltn .

I, M.,'.,,I 1. i .i .I Il .! 1 I ,I i I i.'
1. ., n 1. 0 itll, 1| .1 al .' 1 1a1 i"
I.... i. it I l ..1.. -. .
A luA 1ul| l t" ... I ak ..,: it -.. ,, ., ,,
ile llaught l--i rilliti It lr i.s LO is V'. iV.l.'nl.
Ir ln, i l IM l,.\ -P li.,l lt'.l: lt:';, :iC j1 .111, in lllll^

I (, : l. I*I= i ,, ia 1s'nI, did l .,i 11. 1 lil.
lt. i.rjlri: a uuil' iiiati. r.t a ll-t i ta i .i .
i hi lha Ui. .i al''h ,- l liil. iA l.i i L i.
ili Iu It .i ol .' C ...I aLh.' :.l i "u ti t a .. ill, "i '
l l,,l, ic, l l l|, h ll .l il. 1l the c i. ., ,1.
iil. iet i l llll Ill,,il Ic ll i il .t n i i- .Il'
1ir. li-l,' i li I it il i t: 1. 1- e it. i. .11.

'I,. t c li t N b 'l' l l it. ,: -,lh: [L I.i N ,.m l .lll
ltl.l \\ ii. ltLaatl'S jlu iillialt .l ., [.l Iaii' It.
American and English war ; andl the r.ause
'to whi'.hi tl I lunItI, 11 C? the i.ig. st.'-
vile, L't* er. lahiiaiurg r a: isti, til,. i, .i td
States.; L ,.

From the settler "lnisithed .in Brad-
ford county.
Hunting.-On-Friday the 4tlh Jan.
aboltIt t70u ni'ri ul t1ita- ni.i2 hiiLuN. ii ig,
hutlnhilps, formed :I hulihtiii, iiht1.
The signal foi' the procei.diir ;t gic n-
en on Freiichliowni mountain, which
'na e ;ill6 c-i d Uv all the htrli i. t i-f tla-
holiiit'r, .o. I ipi-i a cit cuit m.'t %..i t
viile' in lhe.pace aif 13 minute, h'lie
linilter. tihein pro'iress e'l toward ai
centre in \'vysi lItrnshliip; slooiti r
and diillt the 'n.iile belare tihe.i4t, ui4-
til the circle bec' ie i oo0 ii.iil 1.1 uhi e
1ilit. iitl a.i l'tetyh ite aniiliali were
then attacked with bayonets fixed otn
pfle,.i clubs.pitclh-fl ks. &c. witih s iic
u. l.:--, thlat nearly e0 dteer, 5 lunerI.,
9 e ollei & 11 fi.l'es were killed. It
wai calculated that 5i0ti deer, 1 Lt'.1rsI,
anid 20 wolves, e-caped, together wiltl
a great numniber of smaller aniinal-.
Tlie expePditiion \s attenderll itith cil-
cuintaincs Iidglilv iit:trestin- to iiiin-
ters,&-closed,as uli.al,\l'itli great nirthi.

ANECDOTE -hrlilip of Macedon being
on the Spartan frontier, wrote to .the citi.
2 1, to. know if h' e -h.-ill cume .ias lor
an e-i-4y '-Th' licjriaic aliiswer 1as 5 st-,

ppr,-F2rr ,L,,
.gi,0I at .oi.r-!i'-Clinp 'lr on17t1 I 151,
,'%no1. 1818, b tfhR l'p.',i.oiti oleinrir;'
'-f f!'. C of t.dr- i,, IFran: '
(i',u-itii ',,;4' r, Prt- in it'd J /ts-ia
TheU;ntr ersi of Aiiilrtla, Fiance,
Great iritai:l, Prrs ;, :iitd RLu -ij.i ;
L 1n 0 -,*'lUe i.',. it' IL :O 1,,llr ,. I n .. t .'
: ;, I, ,, ,,I | II ,,, r ,i n \ .,' .r i rlI
If il,, '"t ili i ll I r ,i i t, i (l' I i l- -
evacuation of the F' ei.'ll Itirlitnryv hv
the foreign troops, iand :.!'-r lining
ilhh-id .;eed to 'each othl r t!..: n *te., of
which copies are ut iliinte i. i, tii .--
se'nbled in .11'.-r ,'r' to take i:tt,
cils;ttraieral! til e relations which
om)'ht to be eseailisled, in the exist-
,o.tate of things, be'.*i.- irI nrM
inl lhe co.- il- ';- i ;. '.> is i e
i of I. ..' '. .'il o:" 5 ,".
S- I -- relations which, by seeuo;.ir ti,
i'r..Ice the place l i (i bl. toiil r
*' h v 1"'- t r r i ,,, .. ;'! !J:: ,1 1 i
C. ii- closely T-. til i- i r. ,I i i-

,ul t at l is, d o in t.ll fl i c l. t i -.
a. That whiijte hi iA riutt .-
i.t lr o li it- .ot-er states, ufrom the,
p..i~.icrip o'f !iitiite P un.11i!n- i,., in ..

,' i ,,1" l.I ', i I 41 ,, i n.. .." i'; .
hi ltertn d .cied over alltheir cr.

',i, areltion, s anT. f i nterest-a ;.' ."
1815, thic (',ii Its -ulj.i i ibi:,g I ,. i -
ent acts,(eo, in conseq ilet ite, 1issbi
b.n. tIe backnsowledge and i- -atb-itye-
I. That il..y are 1I, .I-, r,\ ,.,l :.'. '
never to depart, neither instheir mu-
iureal relaios, nor in those which con-
nect them with other states, from the
principles of intimate union which-t h.i-
citherto decided over all their cl Ir.-
motn relations and.interests--a uni..,
rendered morestrong and indissoluble
by the bonds of Christian fraternity
uoth r ol he S, I'ri n iis h it e fri'nt ld
amIiiir, themlselves.-l Con
"id. atIa.it union, wyhich- is ith
more ralnd durable, inass uceli f.d it
d.penei on no> separate iitei-i- t (r
ratip-. rv crni ilationi,- ni n li t.
for its obi.-ict fltT i iinti el,.1> h., r i .l" .Irr-
crail peace, lonrided on a rcligii,,! r]L .
spp"4t for the ena ntterNs cntininl
in the treaties, and i-ir lt, i vltole ofrt
.the ri.-J!its resioncin'u d in tre ftpi e
P. "li Ph r.ne. a- h a,.. ', ith
other powers, 1.v thp rilhi'r.miiin u!"
tihe lgitilniate Mimarcliial aiii Con ii-
.tutional Power,'engages henceforth to
concur in thile maintenance and conso-
lidation of a system which has ji'e:i
peace to Europe, and assuredittldu-
"4 That if, for the better atfniiri
the above declared il.ije-rt, tlie Pwulr-
"hicl. i ave concurred in the pr-estait

net, _l ituld ii l;.e i. n'cii ; 'r'- ri. ..-
I Ih l ,:1 rtit ul:; i, ca l .b-, t.:.., .
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of Lancaster" coutt yl, .an'I Iflil ilbei

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)re''evelhtior ol kiJlrli' iirl bl:l;.l,=s and
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;tf.Ii liel.-t ;ire, on the same. subject--
I-le,'rii-oI to ,he Committee having pe-
titions relative to blacks under consi-
5h. Coxe-To vest ,tt, .(es of habi-
tual di'unkarti's in trustees.
Friday, Jan. 15.
,r. i'n, i,,,,l,- ,,or annulling the
chapters or the banks of .1B-.

.-tF. .i.l ',,--.- rLeciiia ': :''. tr .- ', ,nr:e ;i tl -. t v ih. z.'' e al bar;i. 'i,-, c-jl.e' t'. plr ra-,.,-n-- lh.g .' erI f- t.
-I i ;I:L' C il'e co ,lpensalr iu v t .'fiuA icate bill. '1li jieutpr Jatuni t \i -.l n t 'areed ten.r.g--'.ie;Ih t,i.,i eaC:ti-invicd to call.
.udges. to, and the resilutiun was negated. lhaudsome pictures-Grecian daughter, a
Mr. Dearth-Rachel Stevens, to be Sa-uwJ-dy, Jan. 16. most valuable an.l 9ilhecd specimen ,f art,
divorced from her husband. To Dearth, Mr. Jenks, i;!ir, r;;latli;nr the siz. -- CrmAs lCr.nt h -i.i-rl ch la t the h,
lindimian, Coulter. of the bushel for measuring lime. lel.t--s..n. h;ls 'inte steep, and ir.exhaiis.
Secretary of the Commonwealth. m5da, Jun. 18. ,ly fertile-Lorge nianviu h.ise-trec., I
Mr. Weaver presented two peti- Mr. Purdlon, tJ. 1 oill--To repeal t'-nt for hel.tr.n: .h.le troc."--ove-
t in_, praying that art investigation ot tn i. ac in re- l-ok n el -r c ,g
the olffcial miscrdi.t of the Scrjta- th, :tirn It' act of 17r9, iT re- 1- oks E m e dule -g.rnd cre. itiresf iPn
ry of the Commonwealth, arleeably tr, 1,l, t ipinti .w j.trIrs: To pie- eie- C he er county ,fmuus fur n, i
the second memorial of Jl \-. eri ri ,ier '. tlelales for dlebt. bee------Ari ., e ..-.r"r ---.pietCrf ,I
Olthe setod ,.emrOial of J101 W\\r;4., ti,
mra be gone into ,.lr ti-arth, btll. t' divorce 1 acha- ptsce-larget and landsu. r .c iT l I
After debate, the House decided Lt PennstChanliaii-- celltnt prec.:p.tr-U-l.uCe
that the petitions lie on the table. "r I I ill for the erection of a State 'd g'.,a"a'g si,-'.'- St,, at rie lsignoa
Jr,,!dnry,Tan. 1S. C1.irltj hi.t .. .-t,..! ,l on io fne of aen ,ahihgt o.---.-in-ug rnf,, rt
Mr. Jenki-Fruin Burks county to Represn. ni .:; i rel-.i .-f noiced com'nfrta'bl qr' ers-- stiv d', oAr ti
ilivest tlh- estates of hubiti.dl dliu.k- ,, a :l t:le 'e t ..le; and there C.arpenter, .. Iv.- nu hi- la. itccoeril'
ards in I'rusiiee'. And a pt-tiaii re- r,,seI ,a'l '9-.dents be- -- hat's here?-" On i l., ,li einrib
latfve to the bushel for infeisurnI ,, ,,, |. ial, t t not ra..f (i. the priici- ill he d .iate.l thle qi., ,-,-r.,,,It p r t
lime. pe1 of the bill, nori alteriit tIhe dlnllnil ions in Pernnr It itiia to L peir,,intiu. Id t, I-
Mr. W hite- Four petitionl for a ,-,r tle a i,, ,,t ir inr. in thle thiil p..e f.t IL.e;r uiatcs L. v ..II D .- ii; e tu tb
nlt\V county oiut oi t.lheter and Laa- .., in' th, lI in I.ie Senate-- publi.'--thi,'k il 4.--- .:--...t i,:..un,
c.f4i.er. '.' IV". -Lldies and eratl.:.li-i --prettv wnmen, t
sir. i i.le Bitain trown- ue. 'i it tle Snate elected t.relletto-- li.k mt h utut
ship, L aracistur .io it,,, y. .c ih )~n- I t ;'[ ,g ,- I c Di!r.'hI'li -, ; Z -- .
a -.:. r .' n w court. I t: rcte ,! il- .r t, p- L.: ':.--- A. gaie aini
S- ii- ignifi-edr nlahr '.], P.= r.}, 3 tlI )l e 1. ,ltlI-
S ..'. : -- ,titioo rS Iroim r a. turn, fMaik L i ,rla.i md in. ... la tO h i.: ti,-c. .nto in-
C aie t,, i L ,:,.:. ..I r ', "Plhilade ril- a Batk : D lnie'l H. M il- .- .. 'lu ri t' aii .d to -
cu int At of th.. ... ,.. .- i V ri Ch.arl.l idllse, i r. I"" """' "h'' i -i '', 'i u- ll eJ |
-an addit in ol territ ry l. *...i i .1 -i .-il f, rn it, .( titr I
Ti'fe.dqi. J;a. 19. crq .i. -S y -----'.r1."y .u l l..U-.u1.u ia.
MrI.\V\l,;le'--Fi.uir i;tiiionn forr a new -, i '- ..'* 'iti-- .t -er..'- by a stnder marn in
go0lity out of Chliter and Lancaster. F.--R c.is .in-r .',l~r
IIredi sd iy, dlai. n. g,,lrc i. s .. .--lr -,_ :i, 1 tie I,.l -ll s. 1 tht l
Mr. i. `i.1--C-hFter, Bt k- aot F 1)-ID\AY. JANUA.':\ 1- schools in aidof hl.s'-r. ,n.. ,i--, ''..' n 's
M .iiltnrtifiery couiities, for a inew eu.iii. The Presi'hs ,:f-i.... ut ie h-I e, I- -, I .... --- 'by otler s,. ~'.,. --
tv r nut of part-i of thlt..e. lefe' ed o. icr las prveier the i per mn.,ker .i. I.. .-....,r ic*,-- t i.r) ltug -.... t-, l rtd
D:-i.is, J \11~ ,.on, 1~.ii. rn Gillinoe, e tt;,,g ite p.p,[ r ,lry. Nii trl k. I. ;'ll 'I' ulil, nl I'..l. -' ... -- itl
I.lt wv ter. ,\ P. .er, !v,..at thl. ver, it will be re:-i%, a,,, I 1J r-..l.P'- r ll I,, utr.. i :,.:cr ~d ';:!-' ''1 i 'Iil t
Mr. A i-.lJrJ;i e--A .a :ni ,t ilIe net ,ppai enlarged. e re .. th st,,,, a L.t er iout.l be pe.n;r ld to d ..,-.ri.
COuinty out ul It.,l r anl Ltr. cast, .l, ir r i r, t IC ,5 nt t C e ek ill conm enir I,..-%- '%i- -- kA Pirin.- ely,; ,i... C t1
andl to dv.ide (:Cl.-,re c-inty. t'. ul; ,r c .c c .. ..
Mr. A. lhbil~;~e t-'l ri ecuntationrs -t,.ai.-I:v. d ; h. u ..i tn--u: ,ni i,. conclusive
. cit: ul Clue~ aiail l.aicaiix1e, hat iiciri-ct g ica('letct ha"id e I rk ik LI;til, ".,--llct. rte further view
cof LIiti.e ul Cr.st -, a o eW Ictly ',itt o EtE I tieral and j.-tI, ith confidence, fuir l, f, u E',, rther view
tlluset Cut.ll iei and for a iC / ui lhlty Iv: .,nrrn ,,u,, ,tp ,It,:,l i, iir .....t. .
out ot ChistI .r n .llme. O' ,.iii,.it iih. it th.lilk .,re .rc 'l lin r i_ .- .. nt'.',
M r. Boyd- three Fetitilns fir th. ito O..L p--',..s. ,l % ,,ti ,. (.,I I l llltr ,!, ,I! t pl l-
r"-. o,,l of the law t. ',iig d ab -3, as -. ,ic,- :C l:,' t ,g Ike a d ju-. si,-"uJ t, c ap- lic in 'Cile, l, that he li-i., in,,ment,
lates t-o Cii s .r cojuiity. .pear in hi: fli, ..r. but weafind that, as it tie C
tLt'l l'IS.i co nilS'i.. *ml by m.,rny expieclt .'.: S i, il I. G -L'- s" '
M Thursday, Ja.cn. 14. hAll TOfa. to ll ito tie en.ir:r.nn practice. inl it, rils brac i ; in tie shop
SMr Iti eD n.in, I t tl t,. cntinit. e n Gu,- I C,, ut ck ,.,11 otff .. ':r, n a irv ni l.ll aItcl, octl- lP I [by .I,,,e ph Townsend
rads a, ilIald navi;a i)o, Creportel It se l have not ;,.id Ia.y taim,. to remit in \iet.-l, i -ter, nearly opposite thi
tin .-e- biill-. To clear out o -, ru ue Ltance due. .pea.1 E.i.l- tav,'rurn, ul ere lh iit,-,.n .
tiuhn in tie Olhi0 : Tu clear out ul- .\A .\Jr,;,naItsa are c "r,.l;srcredrl Ca k.-ti.ag on hallnd a bsr.eral l,,e,,i l titl I
strut.iqi e iIn tihe i)D l:twate. ,riicl.s, tl, i. n i. ; Il l i.rthIn ill irtic- of
The bill, di ircing I;au .tt.t and uly u, e s by settling their r.:--:ctlie SADI)i::RY,
PeC..,.y his t ile, c i on a thiiil rc:lin": i i" i i
t as suppoI edl by Mr. GiiiilU.,r, ;inlt nuies. .anld hope:, by purctitall at(leirl:atice, &
Oppuseted b) Mi. lha iis ad,,d J'.. -I., v.-: na M ..To', (Mont.C.C i.J:an.2 l i pI. trc e t a -
anLd decide.l LY jeiss aid nr, ys-'r --rie-ard a good deal.abod Chester court .'; .l,. 1L! L.GTON.
53-Nas 3i. 9--i e ,- -..,_ ;--s---die oaan anr (.:.n.: Jan 78
Tike blihl--For the rcli' i f cr.1C.h- Jan 37 A-
K yder, ol N .,rthanim tun c.,unty, : ,,a i,,iSt a rr .i,,,- i et il(:ti ,,i FO t.. .--
old soldier t >.L:eidi r tBla puc tern I Admiral Warren, an olderher.o-dontlknow A PLANTATION, lying in Enia.ltlrad
e r, i much ao hi--G'ju[) tie Paoli--a "- i- 0 ford, Chester county, aalj'-iiiu ilandss
trnpke rud: Authoring the G much abouthm- utPaolia of Jsse Kersey, Caleb B.ldn and
ernr to appoint commlsiuoncrs to lay 'iend to hlieraty--c-aui. o hinug o hang rup oftess; oKes ane 'a hlf l ih. l Ian
out a state t id, friro the tll>n of .li the great men outside. the taverns, and Downingtowns containit.n 8t acres;
B:iler to the mouth of Anderion's giVe e'm -olling todrink-tavern signsve- about 25 of woodland the cleared
creek : o pI event the. making, Issu- ry acient--three pigeons mentioned by land in a gund s ate if .ultiv tllr. ,
ing:, re-i-stin, and circulating certain adlty-found in Hlerc ,, cttnni.-nricntii.ne,.l divided itt, small fields will I..,.il
decirr;;ti;nti o' n-tesi inl the nature of L St. P.l.---Gru.d road--meet ten fenc', a I.Iri- p p:tili "Iflrut i>-'. .f
bank notrs : were acterally- read a iavy 5 ihorse waggoI& itnat mile-horses tdifler-nit- ki'nld. Tlhe iinprovemenetts
third time awiJd pas-ed. tails all bobb'd up-look neat-sonie wag- are a new stone house, a i.I.-: bu:- in
Mr. June olllrrelI a re-.'thition, ro.i n;mnd I.ke shipis-c-.ne, Steam boat -Iu by 57, feet, i's stabling under-
Tliha thec ciioiiuittee on tie Judiiany a,,. Jkon--Trir,-s r (a olt!"--Smi-ar neath, a ,ojidslprin.g within a small
be instnircted nt eir inti ti e- I eling fnlow t, ,t--arri.int ,e'il pirnp.-. d;stanke ouf the Iouie, citil a g,,,wd milk
pediency ot re\isi.g the las FlIr hiunrt- .-- ,.1:-..st $9, ,. a nlc-m.,-_ house o\er thie iamen. For a view of
lar, pased in 1t.U. :Or the uonUsde- oa.n, Sm.rripsn cry Ipr,.d..o,,s-cp-i..I the pre-nieS, apply to Isaac "W. V1.
Mr.a hackara thought it was a sin- .lair tLutgh---P.sitle Academn--nejt F ..-r teis, t, tho -lub-criber living a
gular subj,.ct for reference to tlil J u- udi.i."i font rnIllg t t be ori ,,.i- ,l l l ,i. an l ,'-', ,' ri- t-' ,r
dic irv crlanrmittre. trees, academic grove', ..aiu.l- so l .-I Il. Jan. 27 "
Tlie resolution was. adopted. -.learned mnn Supcrinteind it- G., n
The bilbl--'o re-aunex. part of MAif- .towards D.oan,.i .vn-hiar mng .i -- N t) I .
flin, cituty to the iriunty ot Dlian[,liit t;ine i,- a db;. 3 p :,. .. lllJier-6. ia-c' a dib i lt he ec-tt e
Fir the relief of Eli-ttbetth iCa mine: -own-run full--t',i s a mill l- a rr.lC-- of Isaac Whelen deceased, for articles
Relative to escheated est.al : U u enii- iw f.,th,,on fe lce prits on the left-made boughtat vendue of his property, or
courage mre elftectu.dly tie killing, 1--, rrr ul.1 of sm ,11- .:.re ai,l lirm.--taunJ, tiltherl is. muitt comilt fi,.r- i; ,-al lipay
voices and parathers; c iLe read a thet o it--C ., I n n orb ued D. L-.
second time and ordered to a third te t- ociiin t bidpng -... b ue D. i .
trde i iglat--oci3agoi1n-l.,tIlnOi,: i CEt-a--,,. "lde sliii t'iier'.
Tribill ft- e recover of money t mxteethere for muital improvement in NOTICE, at lhe sai t;l e ,s onm-
'li'We ill n atur ttie rec -ery of money-.ll
due the Commoncitlcaltn ftoin ceitdln i e*tu ki..ilelg. --- -Jlent can;pl,:-h .- PO ct ,odis-rlia,,i, it thII -Y-pcr-
Batnks, was co-nsidered ini committee rnoira.Lie enmpl r ,ih-- ItAt vIlle h, tielty nwe,, h.,, -,,icc,,. r t,, ,, ,i,.
of the whole, Mr. Musher in the chair, Oilns .irin S,.,liu,=h.,,lul t.l, L:.l chillkll-ui y f;iOns thle i" Federalist," advertise-
andl agreed to. n-:t make a cann.l through it -wiater at ments, or handbills, that pay or be
[Tliii bill proxides--Thatthe State Cnluntia tlgher than n-..., m n-r.gn. ,,, ;,the ali.-ratiii otred them
Treasurer be and he is hereby anurh.- .:as-,int .ighlt ten steam p i'ae h boats run- without re-pect to pl'li..
rized and required, to trinisnit to ,,l ,,thri.,,igli ,t a d t i-- ljl i 0to.iiia. Il Da. W .r
some atentt or att'irne'v, any' bank don't think it i pr.-ic .ie-thv A.ct.IJ ...plen Jan. 27 78
notes, wc;ich may at any tI-ll- rerat ii gauo bytheBrandyvinetoWilming- -
in nte Tre-a.gr, plai t-a- Piass the Var. W\URTHIY OF AT'TENTION
which shall not be redeemir ic, i r. n .- o G rund, ; -, co-prod FOR L O TO .
withll pecie, or in n,,ti oibalr s thic .. f G-t mnd, D[.thul,, o- prad- FOt S\LL oi TO rLt '.
ta plcir, or in ti e Wihre> s. m -od literary waresin market-- Tu,.nt-eizl-t acres of Land, in the
ai'e satpecie, or in ,. 'Cut a ,?re State b'n d al rather Lto much iin politic-l pep- hi;lghst stiatef cultivation--tlie Ihouse
Tiea1-ui r .1fl tihe amount, pa',.: .,, nPr and Jusrd- rurnitffatt ie s wan, and barn large and con\elienit--Milk
-i uon;lIs with interest. odun ctand .1 ine .'mi!"-oad name for house aind \atea at tlie dour-J geood
That if ant such bank shall refuse a strea"'"m **f ater-bear.away to ith right, beatinii uorchard, woudlaid, atid l"fn-
to comply -ilth the pro isioiis of the iy st i i-shalron-botaniic .arden- iry cs in der-ituat in g,,I rder-situateinthe town-
!ir.t sectni r of this act, the State Tre.a- ;'s winler!--grea itaiict) of fou.r;gn a .1, i;,- hiip of stain, ,Villas-e GCi ee, Del.
surer stLoll ordnlr suit to be imrnediate- .gel.tn s trCesarand plants--itsfirnvr oai iir co. tivel miles from 'lPhiladelpliia.
\ coI itir-nced, and uii .ii j.,uimtnit I Ie c-.,crrespailenit of Sir Josara Bi:bia- .ilso-For Rent;
ieieg Ilad in favcr c' the oainiaill- but he sleeps with his fathers; his trees A capacious store house and dwel-
w.-ultai, to collect the same by execu- -iroip; his flowers i,, her; his plants la ing house and garden; water at the
tinln.] glish; a.ad tile wind Jaigh in low rand mcl- dooli--.ituate in the toinship of C'on-
Fr iday, Jan. ar -..-i lmurlinrs lthr,,'he lef~l.tcs branch- cord, Del.Dco. it is a fine reighbour-
rn. Erlen called up his resolution .s, mourning th;r reported maser-- hI"od, arld as a stand for a store,. is not
for the appointment of joint commit- n .unp by i-rdny ieprdn the ountn y-some
teie 'o proceed to M'trierta, and exam- ., i other" Icomioday ions a be had vouty-so
ithe -iitionn a ,.1 t rih ajjl-- roi ,lU qiIati-lopir in. icconnodatians iay be'hid ihth
iine the situationtf the bank at that rg ich.dl--romit;e situation--ppular in. the above property, if required, and
pj.:e, to uncertain thli.ther that insti .-itrictor-pcciuiarn fac;hty of inpart;li p,,session giten oil the first day of A-
ultion is ~(f public injury. knowlcdge-- I'oceed towards Westches p..il nest ensuing. .Apply to thle sub.
Mr. Mifddlestartlh moved to post- tir over manv a pleasanthill and valley-- criber living near the premises.
pone tle consideration of tlhe resolr- [Iouse at tIhe Ieft--comninin.uig itliiil;on-- JAMES M ILLER.
lion, that they might see what v-as lookl'd, right corefrt tLle- deszieen the Jan 27, :' .'t78tF

S Hl'iL T )I S 3 LG DEN, .
C.'r;.ir LMAKER, wilhies to infirmin r
isi friends and the public gencially, t
lhat he lhas enlarged his business, so u
ai to enable liin to keep ready madr c
urniture continually on haiid-and b
liaose that are di)sposed to fluor hiim
iithi their cerstmin, inay depend upon ,
idin;g their w ojl dune to their salis- r
auction and at tiie shortest notice--
lie till sell his nialing.,ny furniture na t
:he Ph'iltldelphla prices,' walnut ainl t
c -1 "'.t :i a !,.: unti pir ici s,r aIind
leiners Inis work to any .part of the
:ouint. )
,tclhiester, .lan. 27. S
A.NtMI'IlI P f.'bI.C sAL:.E.
On Sixth-day, the 29th instant, al ;
tilh due liing ul [ile ;ijI.- : itr iii a .1 -
to'rn,Ea tau-'lcin, all lite store goai- iiI
i.i'l, the property of DaiId \t ilsiJi
&. 31-lse- lli,-pes, deo. t'iz. man.ny Dry
!.iJiod Q Lueei', .Gla', Ti aild 'al tl- '
ei \il e-aShu els, l|.ades, Scyties,
- .,kli', Aug,.,is, t. 0iiI7.c li;:d-crte'ws,
PuAt-, iirippii- p.nii', Bi-ider-. Tea k-it-
jal ll T .Je and e
-ie's, hlij .-la .iinl I',ng K. i'es and
Flen k-, 'T'able Sa il d I,..t l liniri. Shl...i ,
Buttims ;taill Needles, all kinds- l'ein
plate 'r tu\es, and rra.ny other airticli
ii lI.i' ila.in are line --c Or.ice ite, .
ruii'Lhes any kinds, Ropes, Dii 1,I
',i9ln,.ir; .h tai. oil, (I'td,ii r ite
i(',,a boul d l Il str. dli., T lurp nliine
ald 'l in s-ltnds fer u ,irn', B.t-un. l.rd, l
i.id, -en. ty iaurn el-, half l)t.., Ci ,s,
ial f L.., iKe4.;, [uk-l &c.-.A Sc..re-
,ary, -'oia.tTr (.Clpboardr lgin-s frunt-
.\n elh:ia.it toio li o e Sl 'altc and ih[ar-
l,'w i. .'ale ar it., i'elock and condi.
litmus tlatJe kntyo-in Lv'
DLA\ lD VIL .OI. .
:,,tr,,]h,,:,r,, i-t M ,.o. '_,-. 2
n l l ." tl' I_ 't .l" t: ,.I.\L IN II.,OL.
1 ic G-.ri ui!er Ithe supeiinteu- (
I ,.,- .iiiii.r K iuib- ..
citineil on the r.adr leading from
N Arli.i,\,i to he I I li: r pi in.as, in
Chester county, Penna. 27 miles trom n
Phiii lip ia. i
A 3tL.et iS es tabilished by Jamei s LI-
liitr, U.- l>-a)u-..r I .t.. I,t es.' n urt'j tr, t,

aJnl Ir.l'jiit;i. cit'mitinaul, iIallI, between
PI lui .h.l ,ld'il tlhe school. -
i-n' .,-?. -- ate established, wiiclh
Cl'liatli_. at'' i ith Nurn its..t n, Down-.
ntI,''lat in' ait Vestchester, every week.
'Twenty four scholars are nov. i.
the cli-al, and 0.cCluiie t ladutijn- pio-
Sild.iJ 1i a gu, enitr- htlei.aI lIr ith.I leiti'.'-
-. min. IRpil ing; Wrlting, Ar t!h-
nit It. L'., :l Gra:mm;r, Gco2raphy,
th( ti ul .itllps and .Gi,-etrl, a d thei
~' nt. ir- Ih la ... ,,. -ralie a g,
i.i i> !..,r btard and tuition, Fift
Dollars a Quarter, payable in advance,
with Five U'Ollhr, i qi i iater e-:.ia lui
the Fi r:rii h 1.,i '', e 't"
FoI tin: a..' A uiii tin of plitirItsI
and others haviln business .t [l,
schl, there is a house f etCLi tainu-
1111 iI Ot tint? E itr .
'.icatiotilii, t-i II the ,:. r ; te'"
weeks in the 4th aitid two ijn th 10th

This institution hail its orit.n with-
in.the pa-st e.ar, aid is corui qu'titly
lo.i! kli I I r 1 "
For tlr- principles upon hich it i-
ctndiuct-,d and fon tre ic Ili.,actnr ofthe
0 u ., is l ':.ant", are I .:o:. 'i t :ire.-
i.r:.:,! t : 'u: < .l .,ri n .: .,r-n
ton, is.,;;t lJ-, r r, in Plil.leil.
phta-Enochl Lewis, Nc.s -ilrtn, or
to Caleb Iit i .-ur, Jr. uear WVestches-
ter .-- -
V iLUAL. it .atLF l s i %NVt k.il.
(ill .\LL :
Situat in Di lianure (.'.rit1p. Lr: n-
caster county, r thile st :ife i.anal lead-
ing from i'i:il: hi.l ii.i it" '. .ii I' r-
ry, five miles fro in the latter. The im-
proveme uts c 't;i.nt in *i-relrchant and'
t.'u, t ri,1. with two i-u.n 4" tiit.e-,;- d
tirer nllaclineicr, Hemn Mill andil ai
iiill. 'Tl aLibu I mills l1.ai :au cx. I-
lent water power, and counmand a
"great run'of custoin, and nll;, be sup-
,pli;d t lil tl-:,t *:r 1<" t frA, .,i thie riv-
enr Suiq,,iati.in. It is also a .ood
stand tor a Clover mill. This situa-
tion is inferior to few, if any, for a

Conf iiai 128 Acres of 1.and of a
good quality-about 70 Acres well
timbered. The cleared land under
good ferico, and remarkably adapted
to tihe ..1 oiti thfclatter i nitd the utility
i-t" pi-letr ;--the bulititg are a threat.
story 'tuore hiornse, 33 by 28 feet, con-
venieltly conatrittd-a good Barn
ith tables underteatli, and other
i-ilt building. This property will be
sold altogetlier, or the Mill and about
SO acres of land, as would best suit
purchaserr, The terns i ill be made
easy. If the above property is tot sold
soun, the Mills icrll be for rent. For
terms apply to ISAAC. SMITH, on
the premises. a
IstMo 7 sc *78S
II. i .c.- ", ie: Sr''ic
On FrillDA evening, tiae qustlion will
be discussed. "Is the proposition for colo-
nitilng thefrce, hberk, clai countiry,cosiist-
ent bihh '. rnd p lir.,y and jutice, and is it
S1ra ctietble "''
Debate to be public, and beg-in Larzly

A'lter a spirikd debate, and '*l:.. oi
esoiiu uiiul [Prl c nte I,1 t 1i t Itill: jA
he petition tor an trnquiry into the
itticial conduct ol tlb Secretary of tha
oiimonurueairli, have been dsindisIed
vy a majority ot 11--5'to -11.
The Ilouse therefore, lhas solemnly
Iecilel that the Secrietar lof the Cuon-
unwteaittlt, thi e colnstitutuli.il coinau-l
S:ileiser oi (IIt' Governor. ianv n. ake
lie best bari:;ain lie can writli appilicanAr
ur offices.
\\r.. JONES. Prei!,nt of thI R ank
if thle United states has lerigned hiii

U. 8 B nk Stock is belong |lir.
'lhe debate iol the Semuinole uar,
Ind tie cunduict uuf Gen J.ACKSuN litl

IMr. Cc-Be, of Gcoi'-i, opcn.'J the
',. i.it .I .li.;:t Iir 1"-neP-a1. He imas
"eplied o L ;'t ; CL.r. r :..r -
:.us,"ri4. M r. CLAY., ,peakeri *a ..
liit decided) ol~oait i sthe c:.r.duct of
t hei war.
The House is said to be crou ded
%itli fi.lhiun and beatily. The debate
.vill diuibtle,. be loni aiid tile subject
is well as the public p.tience, be ex-
L.i ll't e l.
A CL Irt; 1afe eCfa y-iniinn has beer'
s,.iied at tiie \War Ortice, fur tHenry
F aracic iu ..'f N. Yrk, a;i.d 1J I ,e:l I ..
Hre u% a soldier at (4Qeen Arira cor-
alill tlel.
l.ir.R aiST-Thle ?PReelu ,10;n for a-
nienilii, the I. ite,l t l Staiti- C..-iinlitu-
1,111, -1 tliat tile Sti tlrcs i haIll bie di-
Sri. Ite Ior i i" c l.i.ilu, i of i,-imbe-r- ,.f
C'nii cs.s, and e tciion n of I'r-'idl'- t
rid Vite-Pieidont lhs passed ti e ..
it..te' -e ,'i'e by :ia I.ie mn.ajiim y.
'lrTh report ofthe Ial k comnm.tliee
ic(ifi.-ti, -i lte aill an half lcolli'ni
tof e da ily japer.i. l(i pi entI Thl
conduct o( th.-se iniitriisd fiti the
.na.'twL. iriei.t of the Barik, in a iely
run r't ,,i :l, p]le oi(int r of i.:% ; r'.)l ,-.t f,'q
:lat the ct.arlerr lhas bien riolated in
1u(f ral p..ii ticullr.
A .pripositu..i has be,- n ma.e ii.
Col<.ir,-is by MNi.Ci.AiSonE, to rt-
I 1 Pi l i a l. l:. tin ..a 1 art r.

li rp' l,,, i :,i> ,p t' ,n,.,] -.d ,, ,*"';n 1i t
., i ;,.v 'Ir Br,..,,lh-:d, Mr 1 ... M
L.ri o r to ; I .NNsua3 N CTvs.', both tf
* --t y* W'n N, ,i il,, E -i-i or 71,irs i'
the -1 i i .a i. tr i ti J K i I, t '. i ut-
rlienttl 10 M'S .L ZI BLIrIiMy1.. (l L .t
il 1t llllJ, bt.lh oi i l n o ,ir ttliit .
---On 'Il,,i.,,,, th .-E, ;Pt,, .,W ,.
t *Jethron ,.,-i' ,,. A ", J. ,<,.n l.'.-n.
'" F *..t 'ri,rdl' ieT ',.Orn n i;,1 F..,,jr ,
Sd'.:c~i 1 ) .."..n,nl ,.hui amin. Chi ier ro
-- Iri Pli.ilhlptl' hi thr RI?,I I-,.rf
ir, ..- .ii. M, R .'. i 1 (a ita Dr' ) ,-c44 r. r f
.7 Ei' It1 Mr.. : H c .S'.L i i.r" ..
rr'lhe ;,r njDct Ji.-,ph Sli;alcrons. i .f

S 11 11- l l,,_ 4- ,. -,, 4 r.. ,,,
in Uwchulan township, Cheste' F.ni.wrr. P. t,.
M r. 11;. n ..... i, Ithe ,-'+ Ar ..1 i s
age. He h-rd i.-i been a' ....- .'
utember t rt .. C .,i; n rL.f li !,.'r ft,
B1, I..! .,,l ti,_.I l .h 1 l. ,W..1,, 1.e
Atli ..I 'l1. r i l. i .rr, e '. i.r.ih i u. ,.g'
a tedious nti lintpai tt ilin- s i, ,.,r.n,.
ed about five rr.m.,.,, he ri .r,i.t:ri l Ia I'-
tience ii,, i si, r' r i h '..iid i.v L.
in-,[ii.d li ili.ii. rdc n t u ,.h. ; i ,.m I ,. .
, ti r,,:l,is .ni i .e I .n, ri. .- a heard to re-
I..r. ,-" di-l i. i ,... i i:vine Provi4

d nce,s .. to 1, I, \ i irt'. I i
wh. I r1!C *l rhiV r i, 'i Ill.i- '

iesn fill, thou I,,.d a art .'t i ,

S' i., I.. was he

k i'"ll;u-: no i-. s 'l.-'
'hi -. lct
th. -t,,,,.--k e;,-,c b,+: ; .... !,, )' F,.,
pi, l:.tre i sa te teniire -tiak iciid.
,* i' ", l i l ilt h .- t(,rp, at .t''pi
Si,', i -l, !.aid f. busin .-;: EnLr Fri- 'i
'i."-'tii-. ho. i Ue, in i'uncrii too no ,,in
'_ i: l, e i: l.' ri' i ti i .. i ,ly d. it.
;iCe air, ;.i, Ij a a-i.anrd i'r s I.jr' le-r-
mg bkui ,, is belih '.-d by jiutil, s t.
.)e int .r e J i tl.e 'o i i *r.i a'ty.
F.r tem:in jlhS! be :. l a dirt
.thlnr p.irticiulrs eninulirle of t t'e S '.-
.i;I-er. Pr i~t 15- n CN..
(.'oncrrd, lt M.-, 27. 7,~.
A House and Lot, No. 1, Market
St. \\;tiiiii.,<--.xv-.o-A Marsh Lot
,,-nte:iniiir,; inaily two act c., fr par-
ticiilar- apply tai the Sub'cribr ion the
[preri-i,-. JONA. LAMBORN
The Srubeciitcr also keeps an as
sortment of Dry Goods, and ready
made rluinj, whicl he will sell at
very reduced prices, for casH only.

Wilmington, 1st Mo. 27. 78'
The t.ub-criher nill let hi- tavirn in
the village of (Ixfotd, likr one or more
yeart tlie btuildinir i, a 1'r.'-e hi irk
IlIuIe-, t ih tt,'bles and slhei ad ufi.
ciert ; franm ti 20 a( r'-; of land nrav
be had with the farm.. Pri.,:,iien
rill be given the fIr-t of Aprilnext.
N. B. Asmtith shop may be lad
with the above prnper- if .anted.
Qu0ford, lat; S. .724
















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F -
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E- jof them on board, made great slaugh-
'lhe Parterre. ter of them, when (as they say) they
S .)tlred no injury on their parts." In
r- ---- 16C2 a settlement was formed by one
SBl othag tiwe u wtft! and hle .i:t."' V E3sro at Weymouth. His compa-
Sny were a dissolute crew, and soon
FOR THE ECORD. brought themselves to poverty, and
AUTUMN. thtenrobbed and abused the Indiana.
She moves with melancholy gait; Tle Indians made their complaints to
GC';.i:l'd'ell upon her br.w, the colony at Plymouth, but the abuses
No I oghing graces on hier wait, tll continuing, they laid a plot for
Nor love with ardent tou.
!'he gr-pe with leavei aI gool entwinr'd, the destruction of \ W'sEro's settle-
Vow,-s oe'r hierlforcheadr'ar, ment, which was however detected
lIer maltle courted by the wid, anti prevented by the people at Ply-
Displiys tier boom bare. mnnuth.
greet thee! maid with fearful eye; The English were thus known from
CromnprJ-e a thu'my o" i ty their firstappearance among this rude
From fashion's vain control. people only as robbers and murderers.
l'ho-u show'at how soon the sweets are fled They were intruders upon their lands;
Ofsummer's brightest bloom; they assumed the attitude of masters,
thr glories lie'beneath thy tread, the most galling to a free spirit; they
Thy manaion ti er tomb. diregarded their rights; there was in
It while ter trhanient date I mourn short, on the ground they took, no room
ly nothem blasts thy robes are torn, for peace, but the subjection of one
I'liaIelf stern winter's prey, or the other. Can we wonder at the
'llhn chiil nf dlist--nutis sort thy space, repeatedly wars which occurred-at tlhe
File sickess will intrud.% furious, though impotent attempts ol
'lh'> unpermievd--tinme steals apace
Aad ueathn dEr nds his fo.,pce the Indians to assert their rights ?-
rlhei sirewwi(th wisdom's seeds the suil, 'At which party, let me iak, was tih
And practicelleavenly lore, aggressor ? Which must bear the"
o hi -'est shall repay thy til. weightt ofl the crimes aud miseries that
Whenlife'syoung spring is o.'r? followed ? They who were inhabiting
AN4, the land of their ancestors and qui-
etly pursuing their simple labonrs
VOR THU VlLLA o neconD. or they whom the winds had thrown
INDIAN WRONGS. upon their shores, %tho owed their safe-
ty and their very existence to the peo-
'Azadvoca'e ofthi Indianalabourt p~e whom they invaded and abused, &
under manv disadvatages. He draws towards whom their own misfor-tunes
is information irom prejudiced or im- should have taught justice and for-
erlect testimony, from the men who bearance.
ad been exasperated by their cruel- The Pilgrims" suffered severely
is, or whio sought to defaune that with faminean.l sickness, in the win-
hey mig.,t plausibly oppress them- ter after their landing. "Thus being
it that cen t.e obtained is exrparte but few and very weeak, this was an
evidence. The Indians have no his- opportunity for the savages to have
nrians, no poets to record and blazoi made a n'ev of tllhm, who were wont
birth their achie\ements. W 1hat w to be most treacherous and ctii.l peo-
n-c of their eloquence, is the rude pe in .all these pacts, e'en likeA lims ;
ock in the place of the finished sta- but to them they were as lambs, Gotl
e ; and what fe.w o 'their irtneis and striking a dreadi in their nearts, so th it
heroic deeds are recorded, have been they received no harmin from thein."-
rung from the testimony of reluctant Tlhe truth seems to have been, that the
nd scornful eienuies. My readers first feelings of distrust having worn
ust keep these considerations stead- oAI, this rude and hospitable people
Y in view, in following mte throuli rettlrine. to their natural dispositiorns.
ie annal-.l if New Eni;land. The In- In the following spring Massasoit thep
an war, 'of that section of our conn- inuoQ powerful chiefof the country, is- C
y, were inarked with peculiar fi,- ited the .rgliIsh with a small retinue,
ires. There was on the part if the sold them a portion oftile soil, alnd en- s
inllish, a bi.otry, a selfishness, a tereil ihto a solemn league with them, i
uelty, a spirit of revenge and tyra\- wlikch lie maintained while he lived.-
y, anld a proneness to suspirioin that The coluniiainrrirpod rnr.nidlv in num- t
as truly Sppana.h ; and which is the bets; several tribes made peace with s
ore astoiiishin,;, as they had fled them, and acknowledged the suprema- a
iom per--cution at home, to, seek lib- cy of the English king. The others i
ty and security in the wilderness.- kept up a precarious and doubtful in- g
ow, perverse anld w:ayward is the hu- tercourse with them, which was often p
an mind With one hand they laid interrupted by petty hostilities and
ild ofthe ark of religion and liberty, invasions on each side. About the M
nd preserved it inviolate from the as- year 1636 the Pequod Indians took up r
ults of despotism-with the other arms against the English. The first
ey bran disheil the sa ord at the here- act of hostility was the murder of Cap. "
c and the heatlhen, and by a strange tain STONF. This man, who sustain- a
erversion, bent the authority of the ed a bad character, being upon an et-
ble to sanction the most atrocious petition into the country of the Pe-
presi.cn. quods, surprised two ofthat trib. andl
The New England Indians were di- forced them to become his guides.--
ded into numerous and Ihostile tribes Some of their countrymen, in revenue, a
hey were decidedly inferior in cour- waylaid and murdered him and his
'e and civilization, in eloquence and party, It is probable they had nuine-
'iine's of sentiment. to the Five Na- rous injuries, private as tell as public a
ins. Those about Massachusetts bay, to revenue.; it is certain, that accord-
the account, of their enemi,-: may in-. to the received laws of nations, b
credited, were some of the most tliey had just and ample cause of war.
rated of the North American Whatever was their motive they corn-
bes.* Of these various nations mIitted many outrages, and endeavour-
arcely the names are preserved.- ed to persuade the Nn-l'rahegin-ets to r
ie Pequods, wih Poka okets and the join them. The Englih, iaid they, il
arrahgansets were the most warlike, were strangers and intruder; tevy
d acted the chief part in the histo- were nverspreailiitg the country, and r
of that period, would soon drive them from the seats ti
The "New England Pilgrims" lan- of their ancestors. If the Narrahgan- s'
d at Plymouth in 16,0. The In- sets assisted the English against them, i"
ans were exceedingly shy, and gave they did but make way foor their uon L
auy indications of a hostile dislosi- destruction, and become the surer i
n. We have not far to go) for the prey to the common enemy, who wooul. i
use of this enmity. The English had next attack and destroy them. fi
eviouslv landed on their shores, and The Narrahgansets," following the b
inducted themselves with the great- impulse of an heridltary hatreo.l. join-
Sperfidy. Capt. JoaN SiMIU visi- ed the Englislh, anid moon verified tie
d the coast of New England in 1614 predictions of their ill fated rials. I
d left one of his shillpbehind ; she hal not trace the history of this war; i
s to take in a cargo of fish, and pro- but shall call the attention of my rea- sl
ed to Mabilga W. H. c.ntain decou- ders to one or two of the principal e- ir
twenty-four of th. nati, -s on board, vents. Aftercltminitting many deprte- c
ried them ojland s.,ld .,., to the ,latins, the Pequolsi were drien to l
anish for slaves. [Sis baibarots lake refi-n nto of their fortified il-la
r was the unhappy occasion ,f t' lares. Gided to the spot by a rene- s
,s of manyu a iman's estate ail life, .adlo of tie tribe, the English attack- st
i:h the. barbaria,,s ,d fro.m thenc,. d tile fort during th. time of a fest.
-k to de trov.'' Nor was this the on- They watched til near morning, and f
noancd: of outrage cotmmitteod on o\hen the Indians were all asleep, burst tt
,.iac'nsi:.e n.tives. HunsoN itan- upo the village. I'he barking ofa dog ui
-,, ,n Ihs fir. t voyage, wantonly ,,av. the alarn to its inhabitants, who
.d anJ killed a party of the na- made a desperate and furious resist- in
e. Another instance is related by ance, 'te Enalih and tleir allies "
R rON, t his "Pw Enasinl ottetno- set fire to the wiswams, and shot down P1
i." "The Pnkanokets," says he, o, tomahawked those who attempted do
which live to the west of Plymouth, to escape from the devouring element. T
r an inveterate hate to the English. Before sunrise the whole village was a at
eir desire of revenge was occasioned heap of ashes and dead bodies. Up- vw
an Englishman, who, having mnan wards of four hundred men, women fl
The ecouns which the New Englnd and children perished in this massa-' bi
ers give nfihe degraded state oflthe In- cre. Ten males and eieht females n
Is, may well be doalbted. Avearor two were taken captive; fourofthe former se
)re the Enghlsharriveil. a plague had al- were given to the Indian chiefs, and
t -lepopulated part ofthe country. One the remainder put to the sword Four of
e ir tr settlers tfos.s t nm el of the females were carried to Con- to
waste, villages deserted, and the liones necticut, and the English and Indians fe
ten and battle laying about disagreeing about them, they were sac- ex

rifced--murdered in cold blood to end
the dispute! and this by a free andt
christian people I Abused and insult-
ed names of liberty and religion, when
will you cease to be made a cloak for
the worst of passion' ?
After this fatal uiow, SAssACus, the
Sachem of the Pequods, with a large
part of his tribe fled to the country of
the Mohawks. The final catastrophe
shall be related in the words of an eve
witness. "Upon the 13th of this
month our Twnh lighted upon a great
body, viz. eighty strong men, and two
hundred women and children, in a
small Indian town, fast by a hideous
siNamp, which they all slipped into be-
fore our men could get to them." Or-
ders were given to surround the
swamp, it being about a mile round;
but some of the English not hearing the
command, fell into it, among the In-
dians. They were rescued after re-
ceiving many wouins, and the Indians
desired a parley. They were told that
those who h d not shed English blood
should be spared. They consulted
with each other, and resolved that as
they had lived they would die togeth-
er. Then our men cut off a place of
swamp with their sworlis, and cooped
up the Indians in a narrow conmpass,
so that they could easier kill them
through the thickets: so they continue
ed all night,standing twelve leet from
one another." The destruction w:is
complete ; "they think that of all their
company, not twenty did escape"--the
remainder were killed or taken priso-
ners, an I tIe capti\ es, as if suitably to,
crown the barbasity of the whole tran-
sartion, were sent to Bermuda and
sold as slaves. LOGAN.

He chid their tandirings, and revised their
p. in. Goft inir-.
1If there be any virtue that p'is;eses
a cihll mn upPitinr t, any other, it niu it
be cli: ilyv-It is one *phat is fr q'iet't-
v recConrized in the NSw t,.- ... :
au the brightest getI in tl..1 rn i'rc'
Christian I hirtue s- But t is I ,s a 1 i, I "
eirmark, that" the duti' which it" I,-
commends are so well discri;iinated
hat thity point unerringly to lie p o'.
source I'romi hence the" fict.-2w'.-i
injunction not to "give alihn to hb
seen of men," at once excludes all
hose worldly motives that in the pre.
sent d.,y, are too often mistaken for
Philanthropic spirit.-Tt points to an
nfallible test to try the heart of the
river and discover the reward antici-
ated-If wejperceive that the secret
ipprobation o conscience is all the re-
muneration required, we know the
motive must be pure.
With the exercise of charity it
night be expected (as it is such an
.miabln virtue) that many would be en-
moureil, and we trust there are ma-
iy capable ofestimating the true nmo-
ive that should stretch forth the hand
o the afflicted, that often regret their
ability to afford pecuniary aid.-But
then \we reject on the condition of
ruman life, We shall find that moral
id" is generally the assistance of
which man stands most in need-His
immediate temporal necessities may
e relieved.-But habit will soon cre-
te more.
Such considerations have excited
eflections relative to the effects of in-
ividual exertion in imparting saluta-
y admonitions to those who are hur-
ying to the sortex of moral degrada-
on-Let those whIo feel interested in
uch charity urge the advantages of
ndustr.', ec.,nomy and temperanre-
.et their love be also extended to form-
ng and strengthienin good resolutions
n these objects of silicitude, what a
eldl would here be opened for thie ln-
oursof the the p!lilainthropist ? and
'hat a contract wolid they present to
hat blind charity hliich scatters pre.-
iits .nld rgoney without disciimina-
on-wliich often brings a.curse in-
[ead of a blessing on those they were
intended to relie'e.-and when we
contemplate the blessings ofa irtuous
jducation-and the lorlorn state of a
large class four fellow beings in con-
equence of the neglect ofthuoe whose
ration in life has placed the destinies
f many in their hands-do we not
'el it a duty to use every endeavour
save the souls of such friendless, i
nprotected beings ?
It is true that through a criminal I
attention many are reduced to a
ate of moral blindness which every
lilanthropist must view with the
eepest concern-still there is hope -
he inHurence of good example gives
n impulse to moral principle that ne- r
'r dies-what then would be the in-
jence of precept and example com- i
ned (enforced with a spirit of meek-
ess and benevolence) in exciting
nous reflections.
It is objected to the general practice "
admonition that it is more apt t
irritate than reform-that there are
w who twill receive it with patience r
cept from the most delicate and im- r

pressive adsisri;n-we may reply to
the former part of this caution, that
to irritate belongs not to the christian
character.-It is the attribute of those
advisers who disclose motives and
passions, which indicate on their ow n
part a want of admonition-Their so-
licitude is that ol tlhe Pharisee-and
should they condescend to reprove a
fellow sinner, tne intiination that "1
am holier than thou" cannot al%'ays
Ibe concealed under the mask of be-
The latter objection rises fi oll tlh
sane source as the forlier-Dist thou
delight to see the unhappy votary of
vice bend with conscioius shame and
reverential fear"to the leproofs of in-
structiou,thoumust follow the example
ofnimn lho tauihlit as one having a.u-
thoritv."-Take him Ifor thy model &
thou ,ilt be an instructor" indeed !-
Who can read the records of our Sa-
viour's admonition without the singled
emotions of wonder and gratitude In
him %e see a mind free from every
selfish feeling, glowing 'with piety to
God and love to the iwole humar fain-
ily-we behold the situation of the vi-
cinus depicted in the alluring colours
,ifa parable ; with a likeness so strike
ing that even the mists of vice cannot
hide it from the ol iginal: whto \while
lie listens, anticipates the awful con-
clusion -' thloui art the man."
Such counsel is not to be expected
from human fallibility--vet as the
iicans of alarming the conscience are
as various as human disposititns, there
is no reason to despair o'succe'ss-we
should recollect that we are not act-
ing alone.-The nerve of the soul al-
though it may become in a degree cal-
lous yet like the ring of Amurath,
itsintimatirns :-ill be more frequent
as they are less regarnled.
See the Adventirc:rNo. 20.

r!:-ive-- X'iN-R
As !,.. .':: tirn hasliately been agi-
'r !, '.... c- : ;.'-o iion ought not tto
,: Ir v,stini. in tlus-
-', i' .'. ratess of those who are wast-
!: % h\ it ,mperance, ia tlhe
.ah; :c. is really one nfaecerai interest,
i send you le' observations of BLArK-
-! VK in rel.alion to i t-.\letr ;.pval'-
irig oft(le lawi with re-ai d to idiots, &
lunatics, he renmarks-
"In this care bfitliots andi lunatic.,
the civil aw agrees% w;h.l ours; bv ais-
signing them tutors t.o protect their
persons, and curators to man'are Ltheir
estates. But in another instance thie
Roman law goes nmuchi broeyon the En-
glish. For, i' a inan by notorinus
prodigality was in dangerp of r,'asin"-
his estate, he wa. lonkel upon as nci.
compos, and committed to the care of
curators or tutors by the prwtor. Ant'
by the laws ot SOLON such prodigals
tere branded with perpetual infamy.
But with us, tiheni a man on an in-
quest of idiocy hath bppn returned an
unth.-J't and not an idiot, no farther
proceedings have been had. And the
propriety of tile practice itself seems
to be very questionable. It was doubt-
less an excellent method ofbenefittinfr
the individual, and preserving estates
in families; but it hardly seems calcu-
lated fmr the eeniii of a free nation,
who claim and exercise the liberty of
ti-illn t'leir oi n property as thley pl.,asie.
i Sic there tin, ut alirenum non laerdas,"
is the only restriction nur laws have
given in regard to economical pru-
dence. Ainl the frequrent circulation
and transfer of lands and other prop-
erty, which can not be effected r ili-
out extravagatnce sonmethirre, are per-
haps not a little conducive towaids
keeping o1ur mixi'd constitution in its
due health :inl vigor."
I. Br ca: Com: 305. 6-

FOR TiMr. IFrolin.
High respect and gratilude
"When high respect is entertained,
grateful hearts will always, I believe,
be accusing themselves of imperfec-
tions, tthich none other see, or cani
charge them with."'
'reperlatives are exactly true in
mathematics; they approach tn truth
n abstract morality; but in practice
ind actual life they are commonly
ralse :"
Desire of praise.
"The eager desire of the praise of
nen, debases the motive', weakens
.he mental powers, and produces cor-
'odine inqui tude: the ardent pursuit
ifthe divine approbation will supply
motives to action continually increas-
ng in purity, will strengthen the mind
'or valuable exertions, rnd prepare it '
or permanent ha-pines." (
Isentliunct discoivrerd by accident in
he hand writing of the Boston Bard.
" There is no evil in life which hu-
nanity cannot soften, and relipiri, I
cannot bring to a happy termination, t

Remark of UDo. Jiah:s. .
"When we find ourselves inclirne,
either to immensity in our schemes,
or sluggishness in our endeavours, we
may either check or animate ourselves
by recollecting, with the father of phys-
ic, that art is long and life is short,
Shreds and Patches.
I suppose the Recordler appears in
this character, by ':ay of Harlequin
to Isli m ol- serious corres-
pontlents, or, i- it itcndted as a lint
that they blioull be Inore like Sir WM.
Jours than to find time toi 'opby."

i-',R HFliV.L i': SLEF.
A Plantation and tavern, in rPoih-
town, Chester county; containing
about one hu11 dred a.t i'- first i ate land.
Th'le buildings are a lar-e, new two
stnor stone house, with a kitchen ad
joiningr-stone bari',i% aggon-h'.-.i: and
og house-thiere is on hl .1 farm a
good apple orchard, with a proportion
of Wolodlanl--tlis property is land-
sornely .iruatedJ, v-ll watireed, in a
good neiCthbourhoowd, convenient to
pl..acs of worship, sclrn-l-hnuses, mills,
&c. Any person wishing to ,iew the
premises, nay apply to the subscriber
li inr thereon.
-ALSO-onfers for-rent a Store
and dwelling hfinoie at the same place,
Pughitowln, Dec 16 72tF'l5
Farmers whlo inay it h to plant, or
may live Tllorn t dclge in a 1l'uation fbti
dre4in n Il'inT,. lay lie accommodatedl
by WILLIAM DfJUt NING, an espertinced
workmnn, lately from Egland, tho can
produce sitisfactoir teslimlon\ ,4f I,; per.
formance., ie is I;kew'ie we'll acquainted
with Planting and Prin;iig; Fruit TTree-., and
Still Gardcllnarg in general. Apply in
Near M irsiv-lton.
ED!\Altl) 'lA.MPLE,
Near Jhadseford.
Near 1 rueni-n's Mill,
Jan. 13. 1819. 76 enwo .3

In. l7, N*DRTO aIDE P ip FIPRK TrSTnr.ET
n.tl tLil Scc''.'ld naid I I ;Iid greetss, Phla-
*ilplhij, iil'f.rl i li f'ieirl: s ai Ci l irjlfTitrs
he iha, for s lt, .1 srie r of gold anrid later
I'A I LNI' I.LV.Ei \i A1CILS., togiher
tiltli ani excelitli at>,.ri ifl.i t of wkrrdilte'I
1Al.i6ii t t g.hi-.-g'l ,l ilt ll d steel ch'hii%',
:3ls ai.I | k.. -, of tile I. 1. 1t is.hions, arnd
biest uorkl.tllllll ip; aiino jewel silver ta-
'ite and tea -p .."is, slg.,. trlgi, thimiA s,
;':.&r. Cllcli andl watches rcpaircd antl
*.:irrailt .1l ii a li'al.
Icii.ber 7. 62 eowtf

''o be sold at PUBLIC SALE,
On ?Saturday,thie l .i of--Fbrta-y
next, on the premises,
in Newlin township, Chester county,
containing 102 acres. On the premix
ses are a two story stone house, 45 by
O0 fe-et, well finii'led a well of ugod
water at the door. A new frame
barn, 59 by 36 feet, together with a
new taerzonin houne, and corn house.
The plantation is divided into eight
field, six of which have water in
thein.-23 acres of which is gooal
.vrond land, the rest in an improved
.stte of cultivation, having been all
well limed, The said landoadjoins
lands oit Robert Wilson, Harinut
Bnldwin, Jio. Wooley and others.
There is an orchard on the premises,
and thie fences aregood. Sale to com-
mence at I o'clock on said day, when
attendance will be gisen and con.-
ditions made known by the subscriber.
W.'i. ConMoNq.
Jan. E0 77 4t

A CF.rni \tv PL NT.ATION, cnuitaining
-Fpatent land, lying i brin Lil toin 'n-
hlip, line n-ile frnm KhliisE 's Iron Factory,
one aiwl Ialf' rirfron Frt's Forge, eight from
'4tsquclharnnal hri. dge at o.,ck iian, arid six
Irom C rin ir ilngo bridge, and near to seve-
r 1 placesor public worshlp : adolininglands
'fIlSci'. Irell ndl .lu.epl,,li 'eanr on the one
sile, rnlt hnin.led on lie other by tie Oe-
Inrarn, on which stream the water may be
taken out oni s.id LIi, with as good f ll as
in) seat oi it, for any kind of Aater works.
'lhe luantl is if the first rol t, :iId tinralr a
cood stte of c'altnation as to f.ncirg, clo-
oer, uand plaster, and is natural to both. The
-.ild land lies \ell to the sia is well pro-
oiirtioneil fir titiiber, an'd has tlhereon a
comfortable two story log house, a kitchen,
a stinle milk house over an excellent s i ing,
andi a large log barn, well weather baord-
ed, uitllh ood stabling under it-likewise an
apple orclarl orf good Iritln. The iliscrl-
ier will sell on the most reasonable terms,
ind give immediate possession with an in-
ii.puthle title. JESSK REYNOLIT.
Ist mo. 2u, 1819. 77;
To all persons indebted to the es:
ate of Thomas Thornbury, late of
hlie township of Westbradforol, dec.
ire hereby requested to make inme-
liate payment ; and those having just
:laims against said estate to present
them for settlement.
N. B. A small farm of 35 acres be-
oninia to said estate, fir rent or let
:6o the shares, apply to the Exr.