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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Republican Farmer — 25 October 1811

REPUBLICAN [VOL. IV.] PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY ISAAC COLLETT. Next door to Mr. Mayo, book-binder, nearly opposite the West end of the Court-house. TERMS. THIS Paper it printed every Friday, at Two Dollars per annum, payable in advance. No paper discontinued until arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance of the paper at the end of the time subscribed for, will be considered a new engagement. Advertisements will be conspicuously inserted in the Republican Farmer, and continued for three weeks, at One Dollar per square ; and every continuance after, twenty-five cents. CAME to the subscriber's plantation, in October, 1810, a Red Brindle STEER, With white flanks ; the end of his tail white ; appears to be two years old last spring ; a crop off the left, ear ; a swallow fork on the right ear and the under part of the swallow fork cutoff; appraised-in September last to S 8. The owner, of said estray is requested to prove property, pay charges and take him away. JOHN M. EST...

Publication Title: Republican Farmer
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Republican Farmer — 25 October 1811

From the New York Herald. The Comet.— All the world is busily talking about the Comet ; all the newspapers are engaged with it, and all the astronomers are employed in gazing at it and committing their wonderful speculations to print, just to shew they know very little about it. Some authors inform us it betokens great heat, others great cold, but almost all of them agrei that it forebodes evil: excepting indeed one gentleman, (an author whose talents are highly extolled in one of our quarterly Reviews,) who intimates that after the appearance of a certain Comet, it was observed that "ladies loved their lords" in a greater degree than usual , or to use the author's own words, "mankind were more prolific." That our readers may have some idea what extraordinary events have been connected with Comets heretofore, sometimes the Comet betokening the mischief, and sometimes the mischief betokening the Comet." I have taken the trouble to copy the following historical account from the works ...

Publication Title: Republican Farmer
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Republican Farmer — 25 October 1811

The Kino; conferred with th« mioUter of JtSlice M. KiercheUen, upon til subject of <ht» writing. la eontequence of the Veioluti«ot taken, Count Fiakestein, formerly Prestodent of the cuttom, and M. de Marvin, late •n officer of gent d'Armes were arretted on (heir estates, and conducted <o the fortrett of Colberg. The two provincial Counselor!, Schurtz and Lohmaun had endeavottred to taiie an among the peat M try of his aronditcment. The marshal of the Court, M. de Masson, who signed the remonstrance has been dismissed without a pension. He kites an incume oi 6,000 rix dollars. NEW-YORK. October 14. French Privateer MARENGOIt appeart from the following letter, that the Marengo hat again entered the waters of the United Statet for supplies, and to recruit her crew. Can we allow her these privileget Consilient with our neutrality i " Stolen bland, Saturday 3 o'clock, P. JU. " Several tchoonera have arrived here, outward bound and among them it a long thievish look...

Publication Title: Republican Farmer
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Republican Farmer — 25 October 1811

At» meeting of the Trustee* of the town of i'attonsb.irg, on ihr 23d da\ of August, mi. Joseph Paxton, haac Berkholder, John Douglass, Jicib H'Mer, Joseph Par--3 OH*, IV: Ilia 111 P. 'I ibbn and James Cart mill ORDKMED. thtt ill persons who claim LO IS,or is i any -vanner interested in the sale of lots, w n'hero'igiiiwl pu< chasers or transferees, he notified, bv advertising at several noted nlaces, and also in the Staunton Farmer md Lvnrhbnrgh Star, for tWn months successive^, in ordrr to give general notice to attend 'he Trustees, on the Bth day of No vembei next, at the Ferry house in the said tow,-, prepared to pay the purchase monev for Mid Lots and receive their tiil<*s for the same, on their producing proper voucher* shewing wh> i >r\ are entitled to the tame And all tho it who tail to attend to the above notice,the Tru.tees will from and after the fourth day of March next, consider their claim null and void, and shall proceed te ex...

Publication Title: Republican Farmer
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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