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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Eagle — 27 May 1809
VOLUME ll.] From the Charleston Courier. THE WEEKLY MONITOR. The subject which I have selected for the present number of the Monitor, is an answer to an enquiry, whether hereafter those connexions will be renewed, which, in the present state have been dissolved by the hand of death; and what is the nature of that happiness which the virtuous may hope to enjoy in a future state of existence ?—lt is a noble and animating speculation, and is calculated to awaken and invigorate the best feeling of the heart. To such of my readers as are stedfast in their belief of Christianity, and whom the delusions of a false and pernicious philosophy have not moved from the hope of the Gospel, it will be, I doubt not, highly interesting. Let us, then, cherish these delighful expectations. When we consign the bodies of our dear friends to the cold grave, let us not sorrow as those who have no hope. In our jour-, ney through life, while we are permitted to gather the flowers, which as kind PROVIDENCE h...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Eagle — 27 May 1809
the secret corners of your soul, whose power is fearful indeed! Again you will be confronted by witnesses &amp; horrible thought! the bleeding, murdered Mathis, probably dragged from the howling regions of despair, will appear in the number; should you again be found guilty, your doom will be interminable woe! Let me conjure you by every tie, which yet has a hold upon your heart, to devote the scanty remnant of your days in serious preparation for your approaching doom—strive importunately, I beseech you to secure that advocate, whose merits are all powerful, whose services alone can save you ; for in the exhaustless fountain of redeeming grace, even the foul stain of murder may be washed clean. The sentence of the court is, that you be now carried from hence to the place from whence you came, and that on the last Friday in May next, between the hours of eleven in the forenoon and two in the afternoon of the same day, you be carried to the place of public execution in the di...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Eagle — 27 May 1809
law? Recall this nonsense—you can neither injure Mr. Jefferson by your calumny, nor Mr. Madison by your caresses. Stick to your party, the administration wants no such advocates. This is an unerring symptom of tergiversation. You wish to raise your voice in favorof Mr. Madison without being subject to the charge of inconsistency, which with more impertinence than ingenuity you wish to fix on him. This will not do, Mr. Elliott—you have been too long associated with the disaffected. V. Argus. Staunton Eagle. SATURDAY, MAY 27. 83* Is it BRIBERY ? We have already exposed a of the undue means by wh'chfederalisnj obtained a majority at the late election, but the following, in point of r m«*nr-iess, exceed* anything of the k&gt;nd we have ever heard of—-it at orve pourtravs the character of its author—throws an indelible stigma on the district and pollutes'the representative chamber of the U. States bv the presence of the guilty wretch who unb'ushingly committed it. The morning of ...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Eagle — 27 May 1809
To the Public. Whereas a malicious caution, not founded in truth, has appeared in the Republican Farmer, dated the 18th inst. warning all persons against purchasing it note of $20 60 due on the 11th of April last, which he erroneously asserts is drawn in my favor; the note is payable to Oliver Evans of Philadelphia. Mr. Micheal Hoover says I have not the power of vending Evans' patent right. Last year, (1808) I received written instiuctions from Mr. O. Evans of Philadelphia, to make friendlv settlements with the Millers who had those improvements in use, without having paid for the same. Among many others I made a settlement with Mr. H. and took the note alluded to for a licence to use a Hopper Boy. I sent this note with others to Mr. Evans to be taken up on payment when the licence should issue, &amp; mentioned the difficulties &amp; risques, attending the payment in Philadelphia. Mr. E. in a letter winch came to this post office addressed to me, enclosed licences f...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Eagle — 27 October 1810
V.A(,nM ~l\t •'* 'ft •*&gt;%/ •?» i i' k j-' * )A • flifr# tbalUhi Prus the Petplt't Rights maintain, AW «w'rfiy lufluenct. nor briVdby Gain: N • V ♦ ' » V. VotuMfc nt ] PRICE CURRENT Jj GoftKCCTED WiKti.Y To* TBS- •&gt; Staunton s Richmond. \ . S i ' Diilar* Cent*. S 5 Row, «up«fine, ft S# v &lt; : to e\ 7 &lt; , Hemp, country, 000 _ S ; &gt;' Tubacco, 5 "Si Wheat, •; : t «&lt;&gt; •*j &gt; Wbtakey, 'jf V 4 . •_ frt&amp;ricMutp. J ' '&gt; Corn, ■, 87-±3ob V, v ! s Flour, 53&gt;6 ; $ Tob«*o SO—24# v &gt; Dollar t Crn t»* y I Cottmtf . , ;t8 V . 5 Flour, superfine, 9 50 } 5 ■■— &amp;»•» 9 .. ■ } 5 , Hemp, country, J2O &lt; ■ J Tobacco, 6 SO J ■ &lt; Wheat, i 75 Jj s \YWifcey. M v t. c Pkikdtlphia. |; I JJcUart Cents. £ * Cotton, 18 5 .Flour, superfine, 10 75 v —— T fine, 10 25 ? &gt; Hemp, country 420 J y, Tobacco, 7 y x Wheat, 2 10 „ _S. J Whtekey, Appl# 75...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Eagle — 27 October 1810
tbe ■•*. UNITED STATES. , | **uszs&amp;&amp;»ss onthe twrnty-»evewb day of Nov&lt;»abet\ioti»cyearof our ' ' Lord * one thousand • eight hnndred J and Dine. (2ty authority.). Jit Act regulating the Post Office rji-s establishment. CConcluded from o*r last. J 9?c, 24. And it it JtirUier enacted. That tetter* und packets, to am) Irom tk- following efii ert of the U. States ihali l* received and conveyed by pusf r frce orf postage. K«ch postmaster, pro. Tided each ot' hia letters or packets ihitll pot weed h.'tf an ounce in - weight ; each member of the Senate, ■ and each member and Delegate ut the * (louse of Representatives oi the (Jon- • (rear of the United State* ; the Secretary of the Senate and Clerk of the House ot Keprcseotatrvef, provided aactt letter or packet ahall not exceed two Ouocea in weight, and during their actual attendance in any kuim of Congreasand twenty daya after such teuton, aid ia case aif excel* of WctgM ' that fororaqjfoac ah# be paid...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Eagle — 27 October 1810
r emraam«Brhfl»fifty whatever. ...in auy cmpcrot, king, or tui go power, such per sou *tu.l cease to ■••• a cuiien of the United States, ant. .ii.iii be iacapabfe of balding any o( trust or fhrofit under them, or eithei at tiiem.' ' ' y&gt; B VARMJM, Spetucr Qf tht House tj Jtepn-icntaihe*. JOHN (rAILLAko, Prceidziu ' oj the Senate, fro tern. European ifiairt. Mew Tori Oct. 10. Capt Mariner, who arrived this 'morning trom Port-au Prince, informs Mat a terrible battle took place there on the 24th ot August lasu Chris, topnehad collected all hit troop* Irom ill- out pout with a determination to t..ke the town of Port au Priuce by Cope de main, they commenced the attack ai twelve o'clock at night of the S4(b of August, and the battle last, d until 8 o'clock n; at morning. Hit force coamted of about 3500 of h&gt;» best tnups» Petion met him with only HOQj but notwithstanding the superiority qf Cbritt in numbers, iie was completely defeated. Sn hunured of hip tiivn wereki...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Staunton Eagle — 27 October 1810
New Mode of Dirmin - Newspaper printer ??? generally badly paid, and being often obliged to perform the ■cV gr-tnllc takk of dttnntrig have inve itdm-atvv-w r ° **"i«gf A-« «ry If. imiwi. Thl'jottawing, ft m ufr,per printed at Gothen, in the I ttrteofVrrp York is an entire new meti xf oj giving delinquent* a gentle | hi tt t -r U ' | • • person i* wanted at thi « of- • Ji r'who it We I skilled i' ~ the difficult b »i e&gt;tofeo. J eCting DUES. JncDniea f Wutlsiiftir.gs j , j frequently tobe md with in proI ming Mr. .tuniness to advmtage, it IftU be necessary I''4l the *r»on ventur,ng ui H tjiowti po-sess a Qotttidrraiirdeyet of dexterity in plti,mg off . , o.; A" B one W»i» pouestet some authority from th- people would be perfered. ißiPtt'iT 1. tSTfcS. RE 1 U&amp;XS 111* thanks to hU friends, end (be public ingeneT , : r he lioieral patronage already bestowed oo him «n his line of business ; and further ioforn*&gt; them,: that hi has . jn»s purchased and remo...