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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 2 May 1857

ft THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. VOL 2. Belton, Bell County, Texas, Saturday May 2, 1857. 8 NO. 1. i MISCELLANEOUS READING, SIAMESE AMAZONS. % The army of the King of Siam con- tains a corps which particularly at- tracts the attention of strangers; this is the battalion of the King's Guard, composed of women. This battalion consists of 400 women, chosen among the handsomest and most robust girls in the country. They receive excellent pay, and their discipline is perfect. They are admitted to serve at the age of thirteen, and are placed in the army of reserve at twenty-five. From that period they no longer serve about the King's person, but are em- ployed to guard the royal palaces and the Crown lands. On entering the army they make a vow of chastity, for which there is no exemption unless any of them should attract the King's attention and be admitted among his legitimate wives. The King's choice seldom falls on the most beautiful, but on the most skilled in military ex- ercises. The hope...

Publication Title: Weekly Independent, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 2 May 1857

WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. •B SATURDAY MORNING. Bblton, Texas, May 2, 1857. A. MARSCHALK, Se., Editor. F. MARSCHALK, J*., Publish . TERMS.—Subscription, three dollars per annum, in advance ; four dollars with- in six months, and five dollars if not paid until the end of the year. Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of one dollar per square for the first, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion —eight lines (or less) constitute a square. A liberal discount will be made to those who advertise by the year. All communications, except such as tend to the advancement of the personal inter- ests of the writer, will bo inserted gratis- No communication or advertisement of an abusive character will he inserted into our columns on any terms. N. B.—All advertisements mil marked with the length of time desired for publica tion, will be inserted till forbid, and charged accordingly. Job Wore executed to order with neatness and dispatch. 0*A11 kinds of producetaken in exchange, for subscri...

Publication Title: Weekly Independent, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 2 May 1857

1 1 ORIGINAL POETRY. For the Weekly Independent. BELTON, Bell County, Texas. fiel ton, thou young prairie child, With cottage rude and suburb wild, And crystal stream with rocky bed, From which the Indian late has fled; Cradled in a flowery dell, t The fairest germ of lovely Bell, I fondly hope the day is near When a city thou wilt appear; And Science here a home may find To guide aright the erring mind; And Music, with her sister Arts, May gather here to act their parts. Gome Artisans, you must lend your aid; You can patrons find, whate'eryour trade. ■ And none excepting Lawyers need to fear ■ But what they can make a living here. APRIL 27,1857. . SABRINA. • A GREAT TIME COMING. If Dr. Cummings, a famous Scotch philosopher, has not made an error as gigantic as a grain of sand in liiu cal- culations, the world is going to close up its accounts very suddenly and settle with its creator on a very slight dividend. Of little consequence will it be to us, poor mortals, whether house-rent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 2 May 1857

WIT AND HUMOR. BIDDY MALONEY'3 CAT. edge of Mathew Maloney, better known by the boys at the mill as "Father Mat," on returning from work one evening, was met at the gate by Biddy, bis bet- ter half, in a high state of excite- ment. "Mat," says she, "there's a strange eat in the cabin." "Cast her oat thin, an' don't be botherin' me about the baste." "Faith an' Ire been sthririn* to do thai same for the matter of ten min- utes past, but she's just beyant my rache, behint th big rid chest in the corner. Will ye be after helping me to drive her out of there, Mat ?" "To be sure I will, bad luck to the consate she has for my house; show her to me Biddv, till 1 tache her the rispict that's due a man in his own house—to be takin' possession with- out as much as asking yer lave, the thafe of the world !" Now Mat had a special antipathy for cats, and never let pass an opportunity to kill one. This lie resolved to do in the present case, and instantly for- med a plan for the purpose. Perceiv- ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 9 May 1857

5S&5ÍS THE WEEKLY Til- 'Sil?- ,1 i '■13 >i VOL. 2. Belton, Bell County, Texas, Saturday Hay 9, 1857. NO. K. THK WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. IS PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY BY A. MAR8CHALK * SON. •TERMS.—Subscription, Two Dollars and Fifty Cents >er annum, in advance; thre ■ dollars within six months, and tour dollars if not paid until the end of the year Advertisements will be inserted at the rate of one dollar per square for the first, and rift y cents for each subsequent insertion —eight lines (or less) constitute a square. A liberal discount will be made to those who advertise by the year. All communications, except such as tend to the advancement of the personal inter- ests of the writer, will bu inserted gratis- No communication or advertisement of an abusive charactei ^«11 inserted into our columns on ant terms. N. B.—>'All advertisements marked with the length of time desired for publica (ion, will be inserted till forbid, and charged accordingly Job Work executed to order w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 9 May 1857

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. • / Bzlton, Texas, :::::: May 9, 1867 SATURDAY MORNING. A. MARSCHALK, Sr., Editor. F. MARSCHALK, Ja., Pcblisue Afenta for I lie " Independent." Georgetown—W I ANDERSON. Austin—J T EVANM, at Smith's Hotel. Ran Antonio—J M RKLL. In.lianola—TIIOS ROOK E, Burnet—A SCOTKN. P M Cameron—J C JEFFRIES, P M Lampa«« s—W C WISEMAN. Round Roek-T O OATT, P M Brooksville—S SEYMOIIE, LaOrange—W G WEKR. JtyAnytliing in the way of food or provender for man or beast, taken in exchange at market prices, for subscrip- tion to " The Independent." PREPAYMENT OF POSTAGE. —To all th"8U who pay in advance, we will s"nd the Independent FREE OF POSTAGE. iÑlioiíic^íii^ We authorized to announce Col, Thos. B. White <>f Chappel Hill, ax a Candidate for District Jm!gc of the Third Judirial Dis- trict. Wo are authorize:! to announce Hon: W. C. Dalrymple ana candidate for ie-*lec- thn as Rcpres 'tative <>f the c mntius of Williamson «lid Burnet, in the next Legis- lature. E pet o ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 9 May 1857

J i i (1 I CHARACTER. Tuck at a Fbench Fa .—A cler- er tr<ek wm played off a few days ago! n al the fair of Breante (Seine Inferiure). ¡ v • A well-dressed '' Lm4 C«rt flea tee 0 ROBINETT, No 965 for I league end la tore; John BeekaT. No 834 far «¡I ÍTtta ¿¡¡¡¡í&Ii a \ "¿sr ¡Sfja^iSa'fcS í for success in any calling, and especi- «bout with a gold headed cane in his y0 443 for one ,e ague and 1 labore; James j aíir""«T in "that" of the merohant. — | j>«>d, was stopped by a wretched look- j Wear No 271 for lfeague and labore; D nl. —' ■ L!-1- iñg man, who dratiged himself pain* Donahue No 389 for 1 latore: JuoD Brown fully along on crutches, and pitiously, *« ■M third league; all issued in Ja- ,io H Tfc. tinman «/. i P.er « <">*: *'«> E *0rri8 No 91 '«* 1 ^*>or These mo attributes of the man which .never fail to command respect and «¡r. admiration. No one fails to ap- pelate them, and if they "do not in the vulgar sense of this lored cl V cha arity. The gentle...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 9 May 1857

New Orleans Advertisements EJ ^lÍARTirca HAVING removed to their commodious stores, No*. 17 A 1'J Tchoupitoulas St., have ou hand a full and well assorted ST'JCK OF GROCERIES, and other articles in their line, in part Con- sisting of Cffee.—100 bags, Havana, Rio. Java, La- guira, Maracaibo. Sugar — Louisiana, brown, white, clari- fied, and retined, uorthcrny loaf, crushed and puwderi d. A splendid assortment, comprising 3000 packi ..s, sonic of the first qualities, as— TEAS.—Imperial.—1,13,and 17 tb boxes, canisters, ha ' chests, chests, Gunpowder. 1, 12, and 15 lb boxea, cannisters, hal chests, cliests. Ponchong.—Chests, half chests. 15, l'J, 7 and 6 lb boxes. Oolong.— Cheats, half chests, 12, 13,14. and 20 lb boxes. Hijiion. Ynuiti/ Hyson, tyc. Rice, Molasses, Golden Syrup, Ac. Ooslien Butter.—50 firkins prime yellow, selected. Ouckirheut.—'¿50 packages, as- sorted. Cranbinies.—100 packages, assor- ted. Canton ginger.—50 boxes. Hock candy. —100 boxes. New York uss'irted candies.— ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 16 May 1857

, ^IUW > ~ m #• t + ■- "W n a M -ii"' . ill !■:■!! Bolton. Bell County, Texas, Saturday Say 16, 1857. 111'^'!' "" Í m WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. lb PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY BY A. MAR8CHALK * SON. an TERMS.—Subscription, Two Douabs id Fifty Cents per annum, in advance ; three dollars -within six months, and tout dollars if not paid until the end of the year Advkbtjskmeot will be inserted at the rate of one dollar per square for the first, and fifty cents for each subsequent insertion —eight lines (or less) constitute a square. A liberal discount will be made to those Who advertise by the year. All communications, except such as tend to the advancement of the personal inter- ests of the writer, will be inserted gratis* V. No communication or advertisement of an Abusive character will ta inserted into our columns on anv terms. N. B.—All advertisements not marked with the length of time desired for publica tion, will be inserted till forbid, and charged accordingly. Job Work executed to ord...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 16 May 1857

IVTa «ir A I <• -♦i l MMU*^*MA¿Ébi SSS9 *33 mmm =?= THE SATURDAY MORNING. A. MARSCHALK, S*., £DITC*. P. MARSCHALK, Jm„ Pu.i^p. Belton, Texas, :.:::: May 16, 1867 ifwito ior ihe " Independent/ Harlin—J T K1MBROIJGH. Cory «lie—R av. JNO CLABAUGH. Georgetown—W I ANDERSON, ' Austin—J T EVAN8, at Smith's Hotel San Antonio—J M BELL, - Indianola—TIIOS ROOKE, Burnet—A SCOTEN, P M Cameron—J C JEFFRIES, P M Lampa —W C WISEMAN. Round Rock—T O OATT, P M Brookaville—S SEYMORE. LaGrange—W G WEBB. Í3TAnything in the way of food or ,provender for man or beast, taken in exchange at market prices, for subscrip- tion to " The Independent." PREPAYMENT OF POSTAGE —To all those who pay in advance, we will send the Independent FREE OF POSTAGE. AlIlVOIJlVCEltKElVTS. The following ara the ¡established terms of tho press for announcing candidates; For State or District offices, $10 For County offices, 5 For Beat offices, 3 This of course means in advance. .JET* We are authorised to announce Hon R E II Bay...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 16 May 1857

T Tb« Civilian complains of Counties purchasing record book* abroad—and of merchants purchasing many articles abroad which may bo had cheaper in Galveston. Has not the fault arisen from the failure of the Galveston mer- chants to make known their business and prices through the ageno country newspapers and traveling men?—Age of Commerce. 9 NOTICE. bv of •busi- maritans and Daughters this section of the State. He is now pre of Samaria for pared to institute Lodges of that excellent order in any of the surrounding counties, and would ask of those friendly to the cause to get up petitions to that effect. ▲ MARSCHALK 8a. D. D. G. C. BY THE GOVERNOR OP THE STATE. WMjTHEREAS, the Legislature at its ^ * adjourned session, 1866, pas> sed a Joint Resolution, proposing to amend the Constitution of tne State, which is in these words.: ■'Joint Resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution. Legal Advertisements. The Stale of Texas—County ot Bell, to th* siixkirr or bul oodntt— ousting...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 16 May 1857

I t I L Sc#tt k i'o.¥ BRirnpALS. farmjm™güide. Oteat reduction to the Price of the Utter Publication: T Scott, A Co., Hew York, continue to ). The London Quarterly [Conservative,] 2. The £dingburg Review North British Re- riew (Free Church.) 4. The Westminster Re- view (Liberal.) 5. Blackwoods Edinburg Magazine (Tory.) These Periodicals ably represent the three great political parties of Great Britain —Wliig, Tory and Radical,—but politics forms only one feature of their character.— As Organs of the most profound writers on Bcjcnée, Literature, Morality, and Religión, tney stand, as they have ever stood, unri- valed in the world of letters, being cosider- ed indispensable to the schollar and the pro- fessional roan, while to the intelligei. 'ea- der of every class and they furnish a more correct and satisfactory record, of the ur- rent literiltlirc Of the day, throughout the world, than can be possibly obtained from any other source. F. S. 1857. The receipt of Advance Sheets from tn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 23 May 1857

THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT. VOL 2. Belton, Bell Count), Texas, Saturday Mar 23, 18-57. NO. 4. THE WEEKLY MPEHT. IS PUBLISHED EVERT SATURDAY BY a. marsciialk fc son. thy men, most of them noblemen own whole squares of houses and stores, and leceive incomes of above a miU FOR TOE LADIES.' ,, Mcck sfomtj Ca*e.—One quarter lion of dollars, annually, fruni this 0f Rp„und of butter, one of sugar, three source. ^ ... one hal a pint of milk, one even TERMS.—Subscription, Two Dollars d !r.h*re 18 0,,e "crc °.f. t'round !n V,e teaspoon nil of sod.i. three coffee cups and Fifty Cents >er annum, in advance; British metropolis, which pays the in- 0f gour, one heaping teaspoon ful of thre • dollars within six month*, and tour teres' on a long lease, of four millions m.am tartar, a little salt and essence *¡£^22! Win be*1 nse rt ed^at^the °f ,1,Ht aI? W°rth' of lemon. Bake in *quick but not too rate of one dollar square for the first, fcr8l,ma'ed ,m ,,,W n°.'hot o ven.-Country Gentleman. 0 ... . , ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 23 May 1857

—! THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT, i f , SATURDAY MORNING. A. MARSCIIALK, Sa., Editor. F. MARSCIIALK, Ja., Plolibijeb Belto.v, Texas, : j::: May 23, 1857 OLD SAM IN THIS FIELD. Frkshits.—From our exchanges, we learn there have been great fresh- ets on the Southern coast of Mississip- pi, in Mobile, and in Viiginia. In Handsboro, Miss, there was great destruction among the steam saw mills. The water rose 4 feet per- didate for Governor. (Kp- We have received an extra from the Huntsville Recorder which reads as follows: "To-day Gen. Houston came t<< town and declared himself a Can xa t> i Hia enemies had declared if he ran , . . . . , . „ . •- — ptndicularlj, in Bayou Bernaid, on t},e issue would be "Houston and An- j carae to her death ,a,e ? m Gaston, Tho' April gives us snow instead of dew. both sides of which the town of Hands- ti-Houston," and upon that issue he. Md. from drinking whiskey. boro is situated, causing the Ions and appeals to the people. He snys that Chioago papers ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 23 May 1857

v. 3m i MARRIED: At Austin, at the residence of her father, Dr Carleton, by Re? C. Gillet, Miss Henrietta P. C.vbleton, to Mr J'jiank J. Roberts of New Orleans. We wish you much joy, dear friend Frank. May your life be a happy one, and blessings unnumbered be shower- ed upon you and your bride. NOTICE. 1 The undersigned has b. eu appointed by the Gran i W r hy Chief, as District Depu- ty Grad Chief of .hi Older of Good Sa maiitans and Daughters of Samaria for this sucti >n of the Sta e. He i now pre- pared to institute Ledge. of that excellent order in any of the s .rrou d lig co. nties and would ask of th se iriend'y to the cause to get up petit ions to that tf cl. A. MARSCHALK Sb. D. D. G. C New Advertisements. new books. JUST received from New York, a lot of Late Publications, among which may be found The Hiduen Path, Old Haun Gabriel Vane, Walter March, Tho Two Lights, Ernest Linwood, Maj Jopes' Courtship, Vagabond Life Star and Cloud, Green Peas Hen Fever La t of the Forrest...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 23 May 1857

L. Scott Sí Co.'s 1857 F. S. MILLARD, 1857. REPRINT OF TPE BRITISH PERIODICALS Hotels. S.tllTll'Si HOTEL and Till FARMERS (.HIDE. Great rcdinfio' in tin; Price of ilie latter Piibiicuiiiui: TScitf, «t Co., New York, continuo to j. publish tin; fullowiug leading iirit iilj Perin licals, viz : J. The London Quarterly! woul(i do WL.,i tu [Conservative,] 2. The Ed i n glair" Review i OVIiijr.) | 3. The North flri^sh Re- T~ view (Free ( lunch.) \ 4. The Westminster Re- view (Libertil.) 5. Black woods Mngazine (Tory.) These IVriidicuK ¡ilily represent t h<; three L-i'c it |miIi icul |inriie-uf fire it Hrilnin — Whig, 'lory anil litidicul,—lint juil 1 i«'.- fornii only o e lo.iliir«* of their character.— Ah Organs of tin' nio-t profound writers on Scicnc ■, Literature, Morality. and Itcligiiui, tln-y stand. is tliev have ever Mood, uliri- va i d ill the world of letter* being cosider- ed i nd i-pen-all 11 to t lie sclnil lar and tin' pro- fessional man, while to the iiilolliget fa- der ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 4 June 1857

■ma ■ « «*■. * % % es- flhwSte-'C «■ Sftr, THE WEEKLY ♦ *► . i. * ' «- ; ; jF- rt-*lF • ■■■ « IN DEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS NEUTRAL IN NOTHING ANDREW MARSCHALK, Sr., Editor. FRANCIS MARSCHALK, Jb., Publisher. VOL 2. Belton, Bell Comity, Texas, Thorsdar Jane 4, 1857. NO. 6. MISCELLANEOUS BEADMfi. POSITION AND INFLUENCE OF THE JEWS. The existence of the Jews is the liv- ing miracle of the world. They are scattered and down-troden, and yet, ac- cording to the most accurate statistics, are as numerous as they were when they left Egypt; the returns made to Bonaparte giving about three millions. Expatriated, they become citizens of the woild ; wherever tolerated they commence traffis and become thrifty. Everywhere they are at. home. They may be banished, but cannot be ex- pelled ; trodden-down, yet cannot be crushed. Only in the United States, France, Holland and Prussia are they fully cilizc-ns ; but in spite of British statutes, the Russian ukase, and Turk- ish curse, they prosper still. T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 4 June 1857

m THE WEEKLY INDEPENDENT, THURSDAY MnBNlfO. Bklton Texas ::::::: Juke 4, Ibfi7. a. mahschalk, 8 ., ewtor. f. marschalk, j* , piblishlh AgontN r«r «lie «* linlopoudenl." Ma rlin—J T KlMBROlTGII. Cory vile— llev. inu CI.arauoh. Ue..r(jpt wn— vv i andkrson. a uaiii.—j t kvan*. i Smith's Hotel. Sau Antonio—J M IlKLf^. Inilionuhi—tiios itookg, Burnet—A SCOTEN. I> M Cameron—J C JliFKKIfi*. P M IiU!iipa «i —W C \V Id KM AN'. It on ml It.ck-t t) o att. P m HrooUnvilii—S SKVMOHK, LaOimiyi— \V ti WlillB. JCSTAnything in the way of fond or provender for man or boast, taken in. exchange at market p. ices, lor subscrip- tion to " The Independent." PREPAYMENT OF POSTAGE. —To all those who pay in wfounce. >w.« will s"n<l the Independent FREE OF POSTAGE. A Ñ N ¿Erie EMk vrST FIGHT IN SAN ANTONIO It will be seen by reference to «no- ther part of our p-iper of to day, that; a general melee has taken place be-; The Eleven League Case . Thf) fi)!lo\vfii}f urc the estab i>hed terms of th'ipr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 4 June 1857

President Monroe hab ho Monu- utst.—There is a quiet, beautiful cemeiry in the North sido of second street, in this city [New York] between First and Second avenues, separated from the sidewalk hy a ta 1 iron fence placed upon a granite foundation — with another man. TThe shrubbery is always clean - and Vigorous; the giass is always the fjret-nesi, and the walks are scrupu- ously neat. There are many tasteful and appropriate monuments to the dead that sleep within this beautiful in- closure ; but to the memory of the most famous of its dumb inhabitants theie is no marble tliaf, nu obelisk: not even a headstone elected But upon a simple slab of marble that lies Hat some two feet square upon the earth, and is al- mrst covered by gross, is the following inscription: JAME3 MONROE. ROBERT TILLOTSON Vault No. 147. There is nothing to indicate that the James Monroe, mentioned, is the Mon- roe who was in the battle of White Plains, and received a ball in the shoulderat the attack on Trenton...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Weekly Independent — 4 June 1857

>• <; *' " ■•; ¿V."^%í¿g|£fc¡Ífc «£ PWSfiE oL 1 hf 'fl . *f. 'Jt¿' iiSi&SPS • *í'* « Í^^PrfP^" > «# ■ :*• i •' ' •" •". --P-' Tfl_ ■m*> m Í!> - •■ • feiSi &(&- *r „*-f' *á¿£¿ ■ám P## fe v. ¿g^ • mm ■: •■ > ta v .„«-., $gP* „,*;,- gfj* .JiíV' \¿\, mé: ■ "00§{ V' 'r '"; 9m0^ MWJ.' TZ¿f$f fc*; , . ## «Si ' r E¡t} jRÍ¡$ !t«®£ B*meRl¥tfODÍÓAlJ¡? fARumWonmw- JMee# tíwlattar rutpiM 4rS Quarterly «v edvsrtise by the yoer. %s£z^#*B¡x¡ - columns on amt «un. . accordingly." Joe Woax executed to order with neatness Snddispatch. O-AtfkWs í ■MriÉÉMriri fur subscription, advertising sod job work at this Office. Georgetown Jdvertisemttats, QEORQETOWN SCHOOL 1M7ILL commence its 11th Session on MONDAY next, the 16th day of March, 1.857. Btiphuí flratopfcswp. Teacher. For «Mb milir attending student, per Sesslonof fire month*, or WO dare, : ÍMO 00 Irregular etudenU, per day, 18$ Poard can be had at good bouses on reasonable terns. The teacher promises clow attention tp hi...

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