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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 2 December 1845

LJ AND FARMERS' AND 2GECHANICS' REC-IST23Z PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Scries. TUESDAY, DECEBX3ER 2, 1845, Vol. 4,-No, 3. Where, where arc all the birds lhat sanjr A hundred years rtiro ? The flowers that all in beauty sprang A hundred years :io? The lips that smiled, The. eyes that w ild In Hashes shone Soft eyes upon "Where, oh where, arc lips and eyes, The maiden's smiles, the lover's sighs, That lived so long ago ! "Who peopled all the city street, A hundred year ago ? "Who filled the church with faces meek, A hundred years ago ? The. sneering tale or sister frail, The plot that work'd A brothers hurt, Where, oil where; are plots and sneers, The poor man's hope, the rich man's fears, That lived so long ago ? Where arc the graves where dead men slept A hundred years ago ? Who were they the living wept A hundred years ago ? By other men That knew not them. Their lands are tilled : Their graves are filled : Yet nature then was ju...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 2 December 1845

y wits PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series.) punfcrtb ijtnro SIgo. Where, where arc all Oie birds lliat sang " A lntmlred years ago ! The flowers vhat all in beauty sprang The lips that smiled, The eyes that wild In flashes shone Soft eyes upon Where, oh where, arc lips and eyes. The maiden's smiles, the lover's sighs, That lived so long ago ! Who peopled all the city street, A hundred years ago ? "Who filled the church with faces meek, A hundred years ago! The sneering tale Of sister frail, The plot that work'd A brother's hurt, Where, oh where; are plots and sneers, The poor man's hope, the rich man's fears, That lived so long ago ? Where are the graves where dead men slept A hundred years ago ? Who were they the living wept A hundred years ago ? Ily other men That knew not them. Their lands are tilled : Their graves are filled : Yet nature then was just as gay; And bright the sun shone as to-day, A hundred years ago ? THE Stfltv...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 2 December 1845

1 - t ' I: i It . .( I 4 I s ' i ! li! ii a , j. .( - .1 - ' I'! t: -' t! ii 1- r - THE HERALD. Somerset, Pa ru!liheJ every Tuo-Jay at 52 per annum. paiM ha!f-yrarly in advance. If iml paiJ witliin the Tr:ir 52.50 will invari.iMj bo churetl. Ac Ligonirr Dee Press. Fort liioniti'. Next week we will publish a Talc of Firt L'gmier. which we rind iu ihe Som erset Herald, which no doubt will be m terefing lo every reader, litre wegire a letter from Col Coquet, which i main ly interesting lo us mi a-4-.Mint of its an tjquity. A gentleman of this place has it in Iii possession, six! kindly handed it J us fur publication. It is as follows, iz: Tout Pitt Sept. 15tli 17G3. Sir: i received me nun inst.. your Letters of the 8ih, and i).h. wi'.li ilie. re turns of Ligoiiicr; 'J'lie King's com puny observes that you have given credit iei some barrels of flour, and a straved or. wirh will, of course, increase the loss of your stores. However, consid ering all the circumstances, it will be found ve...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 2 December 1845

SOMERSET HERALD. omcr&ct, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1843. 1 ' MTV; li 7iy. f Pliiliiilrljihia at his 7.W KUdwiil'conl Ofi",) our authorized ! i'ip -HERALD" atitl U clothe. with full Ir ,d ''P- f"r a"' ln0n,cs I,a,J toliimon these ol'ject. H 15 agency im -hides thr f!',v',,7 cities, "i-- I'hiladrlhi.i. New y,,r!i. Djliitiiorc asiJ Boston, auJ his duces in i:w.?MvffaI places arc located as follow s: J'!,iiiiiiljihla .Vo, 50 I'inc .Street. y u-Yurk So. 1G Aaau j;J;trcS, E, To icr of Da!t-& Cal St n.lon So 1 r -Stale U pr moxuy to m: s.ivi:i! Ucad! Head!! Head!!! Persons indebted to us longer than six months, are requested to make payment lx fun? the 1st of January next. Those interested will save monev hv attending to j this notice. xet c;ori:u.on. A recent meeting in Huntingdon rccom- . engaged m tlie business nrst, win no uouoi mended (.'en. James Irvine, of Centre, as j realize handsome profits upon their in the next Whig candidate for Governor, ' vestments of capital. But prices...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 2 December 1845

Pttxp and Plai. A Southern Lo cofo editor makes the following frank an nouncement. "We shall not support any man for office short of $10, besides his annuncia tion fc?. That's what the lawyers charge for attending to an assault and battery rase, which is a light and lovely occupa tion compared with that of editorially at tending to a candidate's case, to say noth ing of th? awful wear and tear of con science in this peculiar branch of our business," Sifc'o unnii poro. BV TUB I-ATK W1H. LEGGETT. Though life's a dark and iliorny pa:h, Its goal the silent lonib, II yet some spots of sunshine hath, That smiles amid the gloom; The friend who weal and woe partakes, Unchanged whaleer his lot, Who kindly soothes the heart that aches, Is sure a sunny spoL The wife who half our burden bears, And utters net a moan; AVhi.se ready hand wipes off our tears, Unheeded all Iter own; "Who treasures every kindly word, Each harsher one forgot. And carols brightly as a bird She's too, a sunny spot. The ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 9 December 1845

no R5? IF AND FAEMEE, AND MECHANICS' " B.EG-ISTEE. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN BOW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1845 Vol. 4.-No. 4. am j -Jo) S f 6) Jj lm Onondaga Salt. -The quantity of O nomlaga salt made last year at the State Salines (New York) was-3, 127,500 bu shels. lr. Spencer the late Superinten dent of the Salines, expresses the opinion that he can mrke salt at Saltville (Va.) Springs at a cost not exceeding five cents per bushel, and that he ?an make coarse salt, similar to Turks Island, for a cost little exceeding that price. MESSAGE OF THE president of tljc 11. States. DECEMBER, 184 5. feUoiD-cilizens of the Senate and House of Representatives : It is to rae a source of unaflccted satis faction to meet the Representatives of the States and the people in Congress assem bled, as it will be to receive the aid of their combined wisdom in the administra tion of the public affairs. In performing, for the first time, the duty im...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 9 December 1845

lievcd, maintained by irrefragable facia and arguments. The riviSived world will see in these proceedings a spirit of liberal conccstion on the part of the United States; and this government will be relieved from all responsibility which may follow the fail ure to settle the controversy. All attempts at compromise, having fail ed, it becomes the duty of Congress to con idcr what measures it may be proper to adopt for the security and protection of our citizens now into that territory. In adopting measures for this purpose, care should be taken that nothing be done to violate the the stipulations of the conven tion ol 1827, which is still in force. The faith of treaties, in the letter and spi rit, has ever been, and, I trust, will ever be, scrupulously observed in the United Slates. Under that convention, a year's notice is required to be given by either party to the other, before the joint occu pancy shall terminate, and before either can rightfully assert or exercise exclusive juri...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 9 December 1845

favor of the manufacturing interest; and Ar this no oiher interest win compw- 1 rprnmment? lo Congress the aboli- in nf the minimum principle; or as- ..,.,,! nrliitrarv. and false value, and r specific duties, and the substitution in their place of ad valorem dune, as the fairest and most equitable indirect tax which can be imposed. Hy the ad val orcwprinciplc, all articles are taxed ac cording la their cost or value, and those which are of inferior quality, or of email cost, Lear only the just proportion of the tax with ,',ose wn,cn are of superior quality" of greater cost. The articles consumed by all are taxed at tne same rate. A system of ad volortm revenue duties, with proper discriminations and proptr guards against frauds in collecting i!i em, it is not doubled, will atlord am ple incidental advantages to the manu facturers, and enable them to derive as great profits as can be derived from any other regulsrjbusiness. It is believed that such a system, strictly within the reve...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 9 December 1845

TEEMS OF THC HERALD, Turn paper is r-uhii.shcd every Tuesday, at ?2 per annum, payable half-yearly in advance. If not paid within the year, 2,50 will inrana ' Lly be charged. No subscription taken for Im than six months nor can a subscriber discontinue unless at the option of the editor, until arrearagesare paid oIL AvvrmstirST will be inserted at $1 per square, for the first three insertions, and 25 cent? for every subsequent insertion: longer ones in proortion. AuTERTisr.wtnTS inserted in the Herald and Republican, three times, at $2 per square and &Q cents for every other insertion. i . .. -- - Are wc lo have lVar about Oregon! The g ivins out from Washington of the course which those who hold the reins of government for the time being intended to pursue in regard to the Ore gon question, have excited considerable apprehension in the public mind, of a dis turbance of the present peaceful relations existing between the United States and Great Britain; and the question is" ofte...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 16 December 1845

.rjj fUj If stall AHD PAEME5,S - jUSTO MECHANICS' RSGKES2H&. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. &civ Series. TUESDAY, DECEEEBSB. 16, 1845, Vol. 4.No. 5. - - i Sriol) Jliacljluc poctrp. Jem Dodge married o!J Judy Rouse Och he vs a charming joung bride, With turf be then built a brick house, And the front door was on the lack side. The roof it w as tiled without straw, The cellar was on the first floor, And the chimney, in order to draw. Was built just outside of the door. A begjar was Teddy Malone, ITi 6tster was his only brother ; He had nothing at all of bis own, Except what belonged to his mother. One nijbt, Teddy says to the Squire, I'm so cold, give me something to eat ; I'm so dry, let me set by the fire, And so hungry, I must warm my feet 'Och ! honey, one day says Pat Tigf , Tor he was a scandalous glutton, 'To-morrow I'll kill my fat pig, For I'm sure he'll make ilegant mutton." So then he goes into the hovel, And be bangs th...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 16 December 1845

Mr. McDowell waived his motion. And the Clerk made further progress in rea hn:r ?- n.,.u.,. nr. 1 etu thnt. r5 the reading of the m;;norial did not appear to he attended to, he wo!J move that th-3 further reading would be dispensed with, and that it lie on the table and be printed. This action was agreed to. PUBLIC PRINTER. ' TVIr. Bayly moved that the House now proceed to elect a printer for the Hu e of Representatives for the 20th Congress. Mr. Garrett Divls moved to amend the motion as follows: Strike out all after the word Resolv ed,' and insert the words -That a commit tee of five bo appointed to let the printing of this House to the lowest bidder, after ten days' advertisement in the newspapers printed in this city; the person or persons lo whom it may be let being required to give bond, with sufficient security, for the proper execution of the work; and the necessary printing in the mean time the Clerk of this House is required to have done by the printers for the last House....

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 16 December 1845

SOMERSET HERALD. Somerset, 3?., TUESDAY, DECEMBER JO, 1845 T. II. PALMER Esq. ot Philadelphia at his Heal LVaff and Coal Office, U our authorized Wnf fr obtauiinz AJcertisemen.'s and Sub ?;ionfr the 'JinflALD" and is clothed with full power to receipt f-r any monies paid la him on these objects. His agency includes the f.)!Iawinj cities, viz; IMiilaJelphia. New York KaJiinijre and Boston, 'd hi offices in ihte Kcvrraf places are located as fallows: J'tiUftchliiaXo, 53 Tine Street. Vt Ao. 16 Jlasuau " jta!inoreSVl Cmcr of Ba!t-i Cal st i'yhn Ao 1 0 State sL MQXEY to be SATED X f?cflfl Jicml Head!!! Persons indebted to us longer than six months, are requested to make payment before the 1st of January next. Those interested will save money by attending to tills notice. . The I-ate E'orcijn IVeivsr. The Foreign news which we publish to-day will be read with interest. It will be seen that the Oregon question occu pies at this time a portion of the British Cabinet's attention, and that co...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 16 December 1845

4 t i 'hi . ; . ' 1, i ; :i ! ": a 4 i 'r. I- ! i - s J - '1 I U. I ' 5 : TFBW3 OF THE HERALD, Thm prr' ru''l'shed fvery Tuesday, at f 2 per annum. payable half-yearly in advance. ' If not pa: J rr'iihirj th. 3 ear, ?2,50 will invaria bly W charyeJ. Ko suWijirion taken for Indian six month nor ca:i a subscriber discontinue unlets at lh option of tbe editor, until arresiajesare paid oft jlrrmuir.5Ti will be inserted at fl per ijnare, for the first three insertion, and 25 rent for every subsequent insertion: longer onriin proportion. AnTiRTiir.M EnTR inserted in the Herald and republican, three times, at $2 per scjuare and 50 cent far every other in-crtion. ttixtkei is comixg. by eliza cook. "Winter is coming ! ho cares ! who carea 1 Jfol the wealihj and7proud, I trow ; 'Let it come," they cry,"wliat matters to us How chilly the blast may blow 1 "We'll feast and carouse in our lordly halls, The goblet of wine we'll drain, We'll mock at the wind with shouts of mirth, And music's echoin...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 23 December 1845

PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1345, Vol. 4.-No. 6. From the New York Recorder. CHARITY. In the hour of keenest sorrow , In the hour of deepest wo, Wait not for the coming morrow, ' To the sad and suffering-go ; Make it thy sincerest pleasure To administer relief Freely opening thy treasure To assuage a brother's grief. Go, and seek the orphan sighing Seek the widow, in her tears ; As orj mercy's pinions flying, Go, dispel their darkest fears ; Seek the stranger, sad and weary, Pass not on the other side, Though the task he sad and dreary, Heeding not the scorn of pride. . Go, with manners unassuming, In a meek and quiet way, O'er the father, ne'er presuming, Though thy brother sadly stray ; 'Tis a Saviour's kind compassion ( 'Tis his righteousness alone, All unmerited salvation That around thy path hath shone. When thy heart rs warmly glowing, With the sacred love of prayer, Be iliy works of kindness fl...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 23 December 1845

competitor, down with the duty. If a s'loemaktr or a hatter, by making belter or cheaper hats or shoes, had got posses sion of the market, the eye of this free trade system was fastened on him like a vulture. The Secretary found he was doing too well, and the duty mu.t be re duced to let in the foreigner. Such was the plan of this Administration. The mechanic, finding his protection thus di minished, and having, no oilier resource but his business, would go on," to work, to work harder than before, and when by working out of hours, he had contrived to gel over the opposition of his Govern ment, and began to get tcgeihcr a litlle profit, the same doctrine would repeat the process; the duty would be evidently too high down with it! The "poor man" would now take his children from school end bridg them into the shop. They loo would now work, while the man himself worked and harder. Hut what would be the result? It would only bring him un der the Secretary's rule; the duty must be again ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 23 December 1845

SOMERSET HERALD. omcract, 3?., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1845. I". B. JML.VErt of PlWJa.lelphia at his Jieal Estate and Coal Office. U our authorized Agent Ur obtaining Aderlhcmcnts and Sub tcriptionfor the 'HERALD" and is clothed uilh full power to rertipt for any monies paid to him on ihrse I-jecU. His ngency indudes the following cities, viz; Philadelphia, New York, Dallimore and Boston, and his offices in ihcee several places arc located as follows; Philadelphia No, 59 1'ine Street. NaeYvrk No. 16 Aassau " JJah'inioreS, E. Corner of Ba!t-St Cal st JiosonNo 15 State sL MEETING. A meeting of the friends of Agriculture is to be held at the Court House in Som erset, on the 1st of January, at 2 o'clock, P. M. Grain! Grain! Persons who intend to pay their sub scriptions, due for the Herald or Republi can with grain, are requested to deliver it by the 3d day of January; after that date none will be taken. Rreart-stiifls In England. At the last dales the British Cabinet had not agreed to op...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 23 December 1845

TEEMS OF THE HERALD, Tmh paper is published every Tuesday, at ft ' per annum, payable half-yearly in advance. Knot paid wiihia thu year, 52,50 will invaria bly be chargt-J. No inscription ukNiftr months nor rati a jWiI-r dicniinue unless at thaoj.iioy of the editor, until arrearage-fare paid oCT. Anvrrrnr.Mr.KTS wilt be inserted at fl iot t juare. for the !ir throe iowrtioiiis and 23 cent for every uWcjaeut insertion: longer ones hi proportion. ADfCRTiscmturs inserted in the Herald and Republican, three times, at f 2 per sciuare and 60 cenu for every other insertion. HZijp jtfotfjfr, 23on. TtY Mr."1. SICOl'KNEY. "Who, when thine infunt life was young, Delighted, o'er thy cradle hung, "With pity soothed each childish moan, And made thy Utile griefs licr own ? Who sleepless watched in hours of pain, Nor smiled till thou wert well again ! "Who sorrowed from thy sight to part, And bore thee, absent, on her heart! Thy mother, hoy ! How canst thou pay Her tender cire by night tuid day ! W...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 30 December 1845

PC? pi PRINTED AND PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY JONATHAN ROW, SOMERSET, SOMERSET COUNTY, PA. New Series. TUESDAY, DECEIfiBER 30, 2845, Vol. 4,-No. 7. Oil if rsv on If? fi T 5 Jo) Q JJ 31 o r Poetry. The following is from ihe Vicksburg Sentinel. The Editor wanted a certain paper, arid it was missing. Oh for a tor.gne to speak ihe doom The wretch deserves, so beastly vile, As to sneak into a printer's room, "When the editors out, and steal the very best exchange paper ofT the file ! Cuss him ! THE OREGON QUESTION. We are indebted to the New York Tribune for the subjoined digest of the of ficial correspondence, between our own and ihe British Government, in relation to llils vexed question. It presents the points of importance, necessary to be re membered, and will afford to the general reader, the information most to be de tired; , . , The first is a letter from Mr. Fox, the British Minister, to Mr. Webster, United States Secretary of State,' dated Wash ington, Nov. 15, 1812, covering a 'copy ...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 30 December 1845

onamehv, upholding oar commercial ma ris; and maritime power. It is also a b vjJ of prace wiih foreign nations, con fcjtutirig a stronger preventive -of war V!-n anT!i3 or TLivie?. fbrts ct rum anient?. At present prices, our cotton crr-p will yield an annual r""",:ct of 72,000,000f and tne uianufaelured fcbric $5O4,GOO,G0, urcLLing Drcfi equal, and can only be accomplised by ad-valorem duties. As to fraudulent in voices and undervaluation, these dangers are believed to be arrested effectually by the stringent provisions and severe penal ty of the 17th section of the trrill of 1812; and now one-half the revenue is collected from ad-valorem duties. At least two-thirds of the taxes impos ed by the present tariff arc paid, not into :mds "horn Lie working climes -ail deeply of would be injured bv any disturbance, trrcwinj: out of a state of war, to the direct and adequate jupply to raw material. If our manufactures consume 40U.0C0 bales, it would cost thcin 612, OOlU'00, whilst seilinff...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Somerset herald and farmers' and mechanics' register. — 30 December 1845

SOMERSET HERALD. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1815. T. 11. VAT.MER Z7. of Thilalelphia at his Jlcal Estate and Coal Oftc, u our authorized Agent fr obtaining AJivrtimncr.ts and Sub erripf ton for die '-HER ALU' ati.l is clothed vivli full power lo receipt for any monies paid tahimon these oljecLs. His ajeney includes the f)!!o'.vinj chics, i: Philadelphia, New York, IJ!iii''ore nid Doston, and h's offices in these sfvew! place are located as follows:- Jh;!n:h!phiuNo, 59 Tine Street. r:wYarL 4Y0. Iti Aassau " jjLmorcS, E. Corner of Ca!t-& Cal st IhXi'tXo 1G Sic st. MEETING. A meeting of tlic friends of Agriculture is to he held sit thev Court House in Som erset, on the 1st of January, at 2 o'clock, P. AL Gkain! -Grain! Persons who intend to pay their sub fctiptio:)., due for the Herald or Republi can witli grain, are requested to deliver it bv the 3d dny of January; after that dale none will be taken. 3Ir. Stewsirt's teller. On the opposite page wc publish a let ter from our Representat...

Publication Title: Somerset Herald And Farmers' And Mechanics' Register, The
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