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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 27 December 1843

- .-tgu it' J I IIOi -'.i - Oa iho acknowledged bonds 01 the State, ths aunual interest jayablo after July 1, 1845, by the term of the act of March, 1843,11 be 8205,44 30 ; and if iho warrants issued aud authorized to be issued upou the internal improvement fund be not paid by the lauds of the state the annual interest will fca Litis less than $210,000 00. The amount of scrip outstanding, be sides interest, is 73,503 dolls, which is liable to ba ucreased 24,330 dollt. 73 cents the amount of unpaid warrant on the general fund, and will also be liable to he further increased by appropriations at the present session of the legislature. About 95,000 dolls will be required to pay the balance due for iron, purchased by" the directioDr-of the actcf Ult Feb ruary last, for payment of which the net proceed of the public works are pledged. The general fund bocds,and delinquent tax bonds, mentioned above are properly payable from the general fund, so called being the fund created arid kept up ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 27 December 1843

Writing book with copies anJ without. All persons desirous of purchasing any arti cles in the above line, will do well to call and eiamine for themselves, before piTchasiuj elsewhere, as the above will be sold low for cash He would respectfully invite the attention of Teachers, School Inspectors, and others, to 1 is assortment of Dew and popoiar School Uooks. JOHN I. HERRICK. Detroit, Dec. 12. No. 1. '-NEW--GOODS.' C. STUCK WOULD respectfully give'nonce to hie lormer customers, and the citizens of Ypsilanti and vicinity, that he lias lately re ceived a fresh supply of NEW GOODS com prising nearly every articls in common use, which he offers on the most reasonable terms fit ready pay. Among his , amir &a3 May be found sheeting, shirtings, calicoes, Flannels, Drillings. Tickings, . Batting, Wad ding, Linsevs, apron checks, cambricks. Al pacas, worsted, blanket, and net shawls, dress handkerchiefs, co'on and silk pocket hand kerchiefs. Broad esoths, csssiniere?, saiinetts. beeps-gr...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 27 December 1843

X .0301 . 'rs'i;- This sketch, though the subject is one of momentous and increasing importance, will be as brief as the nature of the design vrill admit. Same reflections naturally arising from the consideration of the sub Ject will be deferred to the dose of the , .article. For the following short and con densed accoun: of the order of Loyola, the writer isckifly indebted to two articles published hi the Foreign Review; and for which thai journal i indebted to Court Monllosier, the fc rlewand -intrepid chani--pionof the enemies of Jesuitism in France. I ha history ot its tounaer is curious merely as a a evidence of the immense -consequences that may result from trivial causes. - Loyola was born in bpain in 1491. tie was a courtier and soldier, and bad his lg broken by a cannon shot, at tha dfsaco of Pampeluna, besieged by the rrerscn in lazi. aunerstir.ori was the habit of the time, and the more profit gala the sinner, the mote fanaticlc the convert. Loyola adopted the resolution ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 27 December 1843

A f pun -ucinajaKqo ue Aw uioji pp j T Pt8 ? Mujotjapwji ltfy,J3r Tuavelr?' E. Axotheb new bkascii of Mamtfac- j xv&S. Our readers have been informed ; in our columns, of the commencement of a great number of new branches of man ufactures, within the last twelve months- kuch as wood screw, buts, pins, needles, Muslins de.Lains, Linens, &c. &c: We find in a late number of the Tribune, some interesting facta relative ' to the manufacture of Steel. It is well known that a pregudice has long existed against American sitel. It has been deemed inferior to the English article, and many Lave believed that good steel could not be made from American iron, lodeed not withstanding a large quantity has peen heretofore made in Pittsburg, more .has peen imported to that place than has been manufactured there. But, from various causes, the attention of those engaged in the business has turned to improvement in .the manufacture of the article, and with success that one es ablishmeut whic...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 3 January 1844

Meu-sea cddi3eisf!; Ad when some .b shop of Canterbury, out 01 nu large y 'ineoine, subscribes hw500 ; or 1 ..;ja.v. oat of tortfYallowance - j - -j g30Qroin iba-nTish i a ion, ub- icled as evidence of their frcternUy of tne destitute poor! Oat upon each mockery uf relief At.d the sooner the deiti.Bte -millions ofgrit Britain feel ibeir strength -iho better. BoJ Post. prnI, TI0N OF L.OS. IDBTiK ; liHUS4ii"' v. , ,NS The European p;iper 31 a cnapter iu u fe...v.. ,-- , rCia ".t of th- exhumation ot Commodore ofthw debt, as he ought clearly to have "cc . .... ,u v mlj Thx ..ramical Question presented p .rifr's remains, mow uuuni i - . . I' m ip-" i u ihw we ,u,a f ..The U S bri Trillion, having arri. profound per.ee and of general though ved at Constantinople, the exhumation ofmoder.te prosperity to allow this debt to Teu 81 . r i n .m,W Por- , .'r.i.nwi nr ? Wo sav emphaUcal iKp rr ma 1 1-9 Ol Uie laic ?!J23.n J valiant services lo bis coim- ,ry win ever . . - ' e II er IIV0 111 1IUI...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 3 January 1844

- - a .:fc2 tn. iu dulercnt styles 01 oinuing. Ccnmon prayers and family prayers vari ous editions. Hyu.n books in use by the various denom inations. Miscellaneons works and assortment of andard and useful work?. Law and Medical Books, Keligious works a great variety, Sunday school and Juvenile books, Toy books a great var iety, Music books of most approved kinds. Sheet music new and popular music for the Piano Forte, &c. Blank books ol various sizes and qualities. STATIONARY. Paper letter, cap and billet paper, ruled and plain. Cutlery Rogers superior, and ethers. Steel Pens Gilloit's, Pardow'a and others, Pencil cases, Pocket books ladies and gentlemens, Wafers and quills, Sealing Wax, Slates in, ink stands, sand boxes, Card cases. Visiting eards, Drawing materials lead pencils, Drawing paper, ic. Wrapping paper twine. Writing books with copies and without, All persona desirous of purchasing any arti cles in the above line, will do well to call and examine for themselves, befo...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 3 January 1844

IIONV I. Lpinariiuki. f. rmerly an ' clficer limit r N iiK'Oi, now a Lutheran min w ihw country, and a man of re u i:rk..W.v t!i.!iMr,s r wntly gave, in a iectiirf, jiio f-t!m2 vjjvid sketch of a tc'n;of uhi. b ho was an eyewitness. In tlit- yv.it (49, being then at Mad t.i), my aU'iuiii was then directed to the iuq'p-i i.i in ho neighborhood 9f that my. N i'ilji lad previously issued a It ori'e f-r Jiwupr;s.-ioii cf ibis iusti u ion, whHifVufhw .victorious troops h-uM cM ml ihpir anr. JL reminded M.arsha;! Syilt. Jhen Governor of Mad 4id. of ilus decree, uh directed me to proceed to destroy it. 1 informed Jiim tnat my regiment, the Sih of Polish Ian cers, were insufficient for rccIi a service, but that if lie would sve me tiro addition iJUrgiment?, I would.uodertake the work. -He accoTuWfy rae mc tlie iwo required regiments, one of which, the 1.17th,. wjjs under the command of Col. DeLile.who ia now, like myself, a minister of the gos pel, lie is pastor of one of the Evan gelical c...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 3 January 1844

'Mabtyrdom in Ciilna. Too vers gives the follow ing as an auihemie account of the martyrdom of M. Borie.j the uiisiidnarv at Long king, in China : tea eurunsea ov mesoiaiera wno wen . "ifu, lie rna una i.kr ine ravi- .j.uewMbt'm. "Whom setk e I Tory, were fora moment struck dumb by hid mi j-istic countenance and rxtraor tltnary stature so imposing in this climate. W hen put 1:1 irons the confessor took ad vantage of the eagerness shown by the people to visit him, to deliver freely to ihem the words of eternal hie. His exe cution wsa horrifying. The executioner, who was half drunk, scarcely knew what he Mas about.- His first stroke of the tUUTU ICII U21 1UO cai Ul luc waiiii, auu cut him to thejiw; the second came upon the tor of the shoulders; and tie thrrd was better directed, but did not sever the head from tho trunk. At this , sight- the citnihal mandarin shrunk back with hor rof. I; required seven strokes before the'sanguina'Yy work was finished, during whieh.the holy priest did...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 10 January 1844

'V 7 3-v v 4 ". i OUH LIBEBTT AND HAPPINESS A8 A NATION ARE IN OUR OWK KBEPwd,-' IF THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT ytthL EE CS Till? ALTAR OF. PARTI SrlRIT Af TUu V VOL I. ... ; - THE - - YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Will be published every Wednesday by - -. ' JOHN VAN TOSS EN: . - Office erer C, Stuck'a Store, three . doors Tret of the Post Office, . Tikms Two Dollars a. year if paid in ad vance, or Two Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid in advance, ' - j- -- ' - v - Advertising on the usual terms of weekly papers.-'" ': '' : ; ... . . PROSPECTUS v or IBB '. Y PSILANTI SENTINEL. ' ' la soliciting the patronage of the public for the proposed publication, it is due to that pub. He to eive an outline of the views and princi- ctoe by which we shall be governed, and this . j: i xiru:l I duty VM proceea lo Uiscu&rgc. nuno f d ahall endeavor ao make our sheet the channel , tor communicating to our readers, the intelli gence usually given in a public journal, its character will be essentially pol...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 10 January 1844

' Suppose Pittsburg end a!l the other towns in that part shood be destroyed and no others bill in their places, what wood the farms in them parts be worth, at most not more than won forth,, what they .are . now worth. And agin suppose that the place where the "Sentinel" is printed had 20,000 peple in it insted ef 3000" wooJer.t evry farmer think his farm lying any where near the place, worth twtse as much as lis now? lo be shtire he wood, for he cnod then sell all his chickens, eggs, potatose, - beets, cabbage, turnips, &c, at a good price Jo the ver. y pep!e that wood want em, and git in return Hl!mot awl kinds nf.ninnufictered goods rife where they make era without has in to pay for War lyen em all ovar kreation, and byinand ellin, on ern three or four times, and be wood pay for em in Rich notions as will not bare karryin to foren parts, aod he wood then have his whent left to send away and git money with. But I must top. .Tell the Jineral he'll here from, me agin but I want h...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 10 January 1844

r luii i - .1 i iui a itt liu (juri, iicis run 10 uie gun, sjnelled to it, then wriggling bis tail and with his eyes full of hrc, leaping up against me, whin ning'and begging, have I, agai nst my inclination, indulged him with a scamper through the woods, or in the fields; for many a time he has left a warm nest, among the snows of winter, to start pleasure for me. Thus there is a moral obligation be tween a man and a dog. r - COMMUNICATED. ' M 1RRIED -Oa Wednesday evening the 3d inst.,by the Rev. Mr. PowerPC. H. VANCLEVE, Eq., to ELIZA BETH ARCHER, daughter of R. D. Brower, Esq., all of this place. EDITOR. If the good cheer and festivities of the occasion may be regarded as indicative of the future; it needs no kind wishes how ever voluntary and abundant ihey doubt less are, to secure to ;he groom a fall and durable measure of connubial happiness. Tbo fine taste & elegance with which the entertainment was got up, under the di rection of the Counsellors accomplished and better h...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 10 January 1844

'Xi CODE VS LADY'S BOOK . FOR 1844. EDITED BY MRS J. HALE &. OTHERS. THE best Magazine of the reason, and the pratesr circulation in the World. It con. tains Line and Mezolinf Engraving?, Colored Fashion Plates Music and contributions by the best authors in the U. States. A GREAT INDUCEMENT TO NE XV S UBSCRin E RS. For every subscriber sending $3 we will send a eopj of the Drawing Room ANNUAL for 1844. or ti Gift for every Season. This is quarto ' Amual. conainin? fifteen wrge engravings and 04 pages ol reading mil. ter, by the most eminent authors; or for every new subscriber sending g3, we ill fend a copy of Godey's " " CENTRE TABLE OR N AMEN T : Or a back volume of the Lady's Cook, or the Saturday Courier .Saturday Tost, or Satui day Museum, six months. It is to be distinctly onders'ood, that the bore terms refer only to new subscribers, or such old subscribers as may have pai.l up nil arrearages and remit for 1844 in advance. In r other case will the premiums be sent. Those ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 17 January 1844

am IEMTPHMIEILo OUR LIBERTY AND HAPPINESS AS A NATION ARE IN OUR OWN KEETING, IF THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WILL EE ON THE ALTAR OF PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OF DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY JUH OWN HANDS. VOL I. YPSILANTI, WASHTENAW CO. MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY JAN. 17, 1844 NO. 5. THE YPSIL INTI S E-Y TINE L. W11 be published every Wednesday by JOHN VAN FOSSEN. Office over C, Stuck s Score, three, doors west of the Post Office, Terms Two Dollars a year if paid in ad vance, or Two Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid in advance, Advertising on the usual terms of weekly papers. PROSPECTUS OF THE YPSILANTI sentinel. In soliciting the patronage of the public for the proposed publication, it is due to that pup. lie to eive an outline of the views and princi plas by which we shall be governed, and this duty we proceed to discharge. While we ahull endeavor to make our sheet the channel lor communicating to our readers, the intelli gence usually given in a public journal, us character will be ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 17 January 1844

ister cf lite 6;h ii st. contains the fullow. iig letter udJres.d by Mr. CxaT to a rommi:to of the Whigs cf Green county, Tcunfefeee. ; . ' - - AshUnd, Xov 10 1843. "Ccxtlimen: I have received your friendly ItUt r, in behalf of a large and Tepecttib!e number f the citizen -of dfi e:i eo'ir.ty, tendering cm the hufpitali lies iftii?!l cuui ty n;.d nf Greenville, and a public diiii.er.. I am highly honored by this kh.d invituli'.u, uhx1! I appieci.tUi ihe more fioni ihe. lV.ii.k rxpoure ;l the piejudicra w hieli i.eeX'Wd ugaii.st in, in the mind of many v( my fiilnv citi Zru of TentM ssee, ihi ir canst and their fi-.hl reiiinvftl iijt de-cribed in vmir letter. J hese pr j tlu s. p.Mit!t'ir.ei'. were nii icni.iir I ei iifist-e. v hen hfy n, ;ged, ill their greatest violence, co;isto;n jf their iijist:ce, I frit coiii..e. d that he day would CiiiiM whin my cmi.trv uieu w.iul.l bo f'ul'y p raiia Jed that I had served llem with zal. integrity, and fideliiy. That djy route, and I re joice ...

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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 17 January 1844

lion between himself and Mi Dolls were j presented and referred. --". Mr. ADAMS presented the report of tho select committee upon revising die rules and order:?; which was ordered to ba printed., A motion was made lo allow the Com mittee on Elections a clerk, find Mr. C RROLL, of N. York address ed the House, amidst repealed interrup tions, upon this question. .The llousn adjourn, d. . The Tarif, Mr. Rhett introd iced a resolution instructing the committee of ways aid means to report a bill reducing all datieson imjrortu over thirty per cent,! aJval'jrew to tint amount; and providing! for a fiial reduction within two years, to twenty per cent ad valorem with such discriminations b.-low this maximum as purpurea of reveuue Vnalt require. The question being taken on this resolution it was decided in tho negative by a vote of ID to 67, J. B. Huntvotjnjr for and Messrs. Lyon and M'Clelland against iu passage, Mr. Clack, of Georgia, offered a reso lution instructing the committed of ways ...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 17 January 1844

G JD Y'S LADY'S BOOK. FOR 1844. ITED BY MRS J. II ALE & OTHERS. THE best Magazine of lb seisin, and tlie greatest circulation in the World. It con. tains Line and Mrzotinf E igravinss. Colored Fashion Plates Mnsir -md contributions by the best authors ii the U. States. A G HEAT INDUCEMENT TO .NEW SUBSCRIBERS. For every subscriber sendhe 3 we wi'l send a eonvof ihe Dr.iwins Room ANNUAL ,A. Ian '.. Gift for every Season. This is qntrto Annml. cnn'innj fifirrn l.rg fpgru ngs a,I bl pp-s o. H-actm nv.u ; pm ,,flwen,v.two do.:irs and thirty Cents trr. by th most eminent nnthor; or lor wrv few s,.W. er sending 3. . we i!Uend a j n,,d Sot which no suit at ldv has been copy of G..d.y's i nnincfil. CENTRE TABLE ORNAMEN :' : j Nntke is theref ire hereby given that Or a back volume of the Lady's Cook, or i' pursuance f f the statute in Mich case the Saurd;iy Courier , niunLy Pos, or Satut j tnt:!c ami provuhil, & of a power of snle day Musemn, sx in -nilis. Lrtintsuned to said mnrtg ge...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 24 January 1844

SB! arm OCR LIBERTY AND HAPPINKSS AS A NATION ARB IN OCR OWN KEEPING, IP THEY ARE EVER SACRIFICED IT WlIX ON THE ALTAR OP PARTY SPIRIT, AT THE INSTANCE OP DESIGNING AMBITION AND BY CR OWN HANDS. VOL L YPSILANTI, WASHTENAW CO. MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY JAN. 24 1844 NO. 6. 3 THE YPSILANTI SENTINEL. Will bey iblished every Wednesday by JOHN VAN FOSSEN. Office oyer C, Stack's Store, three doors west of the Post Office, Tiufs Two Dollars a year if paid in ad vance, or Two Dollars and Fifty Cents if not paid in advance. Advertising on the anal terms of weekly papers. PROSPECTUS OP THS YPSILANTI SENTINEL In soliciting the patronage of the public for toe proposed publication, it is due to that pub. lie to give an outline of the views and princio plas by which we shall be governed, and this duty we proceed to discharge. While we shall endeavor to make ear sheet the channel lor communicating to our readers, the intelli- li:. I : - geice mtuf given in a puowc juurum, hj character will be essentially...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 24 January 1844

corn of the fears , of the judge when tin;; lu n il ct ii. It was n bick-hamJed lck at n hero iliey never -could nach in trie tirld. Mr. Iv. wrntiat'mi impassion Me eulogy 0:1 iho General, sad. then de clare! that nil liis acH as n sMier, were ichped l-y his arc t in llio Pr.siaVnttal ir, char.icinrz'mg 4i war nrt thebank oh ahove.nl) hi.s viciorit-F, n:nl s destroy- H hyIr.iuort.s(r we nv r-cuuM !iive gtlen nd t.f without a T:iud rtrvohi'ioi! "II vh9 prtpvirrd to nt ifur li e h.ll m it tnod; but, atyr the -.r;li f Mt. Barii :rd he should pwfiMic expri ssly f insert the ord'ii ju.st'y bi fr? the uoid "i h- ifwed." (l Ut rfp.n'r d.d not under "'Km! him as ut ,kii; thv r.io tui, tiou- tvef.j :ir. unurrni ivy , next spoke in via .'c Y'mu of the jijJ.c'ar), asauili J by the nr. speaker. - . . Mr. Dean, of Ohio, rirxt delivered -strumous speech in favor of rha -bill. Sir. Peyton, T Tennessee, next nd drossed th House. It was not my pur p9Q.(aidlke to have said a siigld word a this subjec...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 24 January 1844

TTn ATI lillC PT SALE.-I will offer iDiur ta'e atthificd o:' Jha A. Trac? fcao Mayor of Painesville, Like eounty Ohio, en the second day ct March next at 9 o'clock A. M. as belonging to the estate of Joseph A Potter, a piece ofland in Ypsilanti. Wash Wiw county Michigan, -being an undivided halfof th south halt rf the east half of the oath wst quarter ol tection number sevens teen in township number four (4) aouth ol ran jeA number seven east containing forty acres more or lew subject tt a deed Li trust. Vm. S. TRACY, jlisingnee. January 15, 1341. Plows I Flows!! Acs. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. &. 7. 7S.tTAIE from different Patterns, and made If JL of the best materials, and ail kinds of Plough points and land aides now in common use in this section of country. Also, clMill Erons of all descriptions will be sold at their office one door east ot Moore and Showermans, or at the YPSILANTI FURNACE at the up per dam at reduced prices. Old Iron aud most kinds of Country produce taken in Paymen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ypsilanti sentinel. — 24 January 1844

CODY'S LADY'S BOOK. FOR 1844 1TED BY MRS J. HALE & OTHERS. fP HE best Magazine f the season, and the ii greateer circulation in the World, h eon. aina Line and Mezetim Engravings, Colored Fashion Plates Meic and contributions by the besf authors in the U. Slates. A GREAT IXDUCEUEXT TO NE W SUBSCRIBERS. For every subscriber sending $3 we will end a copy or the Drawing. Room ANNUAL Tor 1844, or a Gift for every Season. This is quarto Anmal. con'aining fifteen forge engravings and 64 pages of reading mat ter, by the most eminent author; or for every new sitbfcn er sending $3, ve will send a cey ol Gidf ys CENTRE TABLE ORNAMEN r : Or a back volume of the Lady's Cook, or 4he Saturday Courier Saturday Post, or Satui day Museum, six months. It is to be distinctly understood, that the bove terms refer only to new subscribers, or such old subscribers as may have paid up all Arrearages and remit for 1844 in advance. In to other case will the premiums be seut. Those who send at once will b...

Publication Title: Ypsilanti Sentinel
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