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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

MONTROSE BUSINESS DIRECTOR G. BALDWI, Carries nn the Baking arid Candy business 111 all its-'vaKofe brancliesi oiie door west of Wilson's Store, Turnpike- -Stretit, Montrose, Pa. All kinds of Cake, tor Weddings or Parties, kept constantly (on 4iand, or made ?p order on ihe shortest notice. ..'-.. -;i. If. ViEWTON—Attorney at Law; Officeon Tunipike street, one door East of B. T. Case's Office, Montrose, Pa. . . .:' ^f *. II. DIiIIOCK—Attorney at ^ Zo«>—office removed to Front Room (if his residence, t\vo doorseast of his former location/in Turnpike street, third building from corner .tit Public Avenue, and nearly opposite if. S. Wilson's Store. _June,1849. ' - I. - ",..'- ¦¦X ^AnWMTWimiEk^Io^tT^^ J amler, Paper.hanger, Glazier; Orainer tb Decorator Shop over J. T. Birehnrd's carpenter'shop a few rods east of Warner's Hotel. J-i-YOWS * SOff-*-Dealers in Dry Goods, Hurdware, Crockery nnd Tinware, Grbccrieji, BiKiks,etc; ALSO, Carry on the BOOK BINDING Business, Public ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

RESOLUTION Relative to an A mendment of tbeConstitutiori. Resolved by the Senate,and House of RepresentU: tiee* of tlie Vommomceolth ~ of Pennsylvania in General Assembly met. That the Constitution Of this Commonwealth be amended in the second section of the fifth article, so that it shall read as follows: The Judges of the Supreme Court, of; tlie several Courts of Common Pleas, and of such other Courts of Record as are or shall be established by lawi shall be elected by the, qualified electors of the Commonwealth, in the1 manner following, to wit: The Judges of the Supreme Court, by * the qualified electors of the Commonwealth at largethe President Judges of the several Courts of Coin-' mon Pleas, and of such other Cburts of Record as are or shall be esbiblislied by law, and allbfJier Judges required to be learned m tire law, by the qualified electors of the respective districts 'over which they are to preside or act as Judges ;-and the Associate Judges of tlie Courts ot Common P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

T - I To Dairymen and Farmer*. t Valuable Property for Sale. I HE following Real and Personal Estate, $ hereinafter described , situate in New MiUbrI Susqubhanna County, Peonsylvania, will be sold a great bargain to atty one Mioinay choose to po clwsel 'live real estate -consists ofsernU hutidnl acres, five hundred of which are under improv mentaudon which are' fnnr rlirrT¥ng'ssi'imi.Mlj seven barns. The farm is well deeigBed for a Dsl ry, and is capajble bf feeding one hundred Co#ad ring sbmmbrandi winter, aud every part of K$ns watered with springs and streamii. The bwlcHnS and land are m gbwl condition, and; w the 'awf scs arb about five miles of good Stoba Wall) ss% the. qth%r fences ore also good, and; on tb»i woc*j land lire large quantities of t?hestautTi!fe1 ler,wtti will sbpply the farm for many years toeoroe , aft whichj will also be valuable for building-the Rt$ road-which is soon to be built up Marturs, Creefc,> Said farm has a very pleasant and desirable kxl Ui...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

FASMEBS* DEPABTMENT •WfJUMBSE ift, i860. ?r?v The Sheep Bot. :-' i. A» tnia is the season when sheep are wor» |, Ivdlij ihe r^tflj, fjarmere sTipuld be remhid-F*>ltb^ now is the time therefore to see that j^y »»i kept <rr>ro the sheep or that "an l^ punce of preveritive is better than a pound of %$«ik&:.Xr''' Xj'Qm hot, (Cepihalemya ovy, of Harris) is ^•fiyYery much the color of the one which ^defMaitsitsep^son the legs of horses, to i which it appears to be somewhat allied, but !,7.WtD^er and of a different shape.., I have alw»ya seen it stated'.wosn mention is made of ^ tnia flf, that it deposits its eggs in the nose of the sheep, and tinder the article of " bot." 'til ^ ReeV Cyclopedia we read that the eggs ')s^ doubtless deposited within the inner marginof the nostrils. But as far as I haveex-•miMd, and I have caught and examined the botsthemselves, I am convinced that not the egg but the very live maggots are deposited in or on the nose of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

\ On the Use of Mules. ' Mules, oh the general average, live more [titan twice as long as horses. They are fit. [for service from three years old to thirty.— *At twelve a horse has seen his best days and \n going down hill, but a mnle at that age has. ^scarcely "i3611 ont °^nis childhood, and goes bw^mproviug till he is twenty. Instances [are recorded of mules living sixty Or seventy ¦ rears, but these are exceptions. The gener-|al rule is that they will average thirty. Mules arejnever exposed to. diseases: as horses are. ftjuiJre spent considerable time in studying-Ptbe diseases of horses, from ring bone to poll-WkrH", but who ever heard of a ring-boned, [fepavmed, ¦wind-broken, mule ? Immense jfsums of money lare' annually lost in the premnature death of high spirited horses by ac-Brident and disease. Mules have organs of Brision and hearing far superior to those of ¦ the bbrsebenee they se'.dom shear, frighten Jfer run oft A fcorse frightens because he Hinarines he sees som...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

i Com audi Cob Crasher* Mb. EDrroBl-^Fhese excellent instrumenta which enable |he farmer- to economise a very valuable predict, which ignorance as to its intrinsic wort| formerly caused him to disregard, are now becoming quite common.— They are cheap, portable, and work with all desirable efficiency, and should have a place ion every farraf Yet when the inhabitants of a hamlet or neighborhood feel disposed, they lean associate and purchase a f crusher" as common stock,'for one is sufficient to do the work on twenty farms; if there is only a spirit bf accommodation, one will frequently be sufficient in quite a targe village, and will accomplish for eich proprietor or stockholder, all that is demanded or desired. That the grinding of the cob with the corn is a great saying, will not, I think, be questioned even by! the most skeptical. The nutrition contained in the pith of (be cob is by no means inconsiderable, as is fully attested by the fact, thkt cobs, ground ibto meal and si...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

New Firm! ,* 'flPHE subscribers have commenced business np-J. der the firm of S. H. Sayre <t Co., and are now opening a new assortment of Good", consisting o almost »very article ca//ed fur. Wc intend selling mostly for ready pay, short credit will be given to those (that may wifh) tiiat have been prompt in tneeting their payments. ' Goods will he sold us lbw os at any other store in' the county—by good attention, and low prices,,we'bope to get oaf share of patronage. i P. S. In addition to the above, we have in connection a Tin and Sheet Iron establishment, wliere Will be kept a general assortment of Stoves, Tin Varc, Sheet Iron, Castings, Hollow Wares Ac.— All orders in this line will be attended to hnmme djately. MerchantsJhnt wish to buy, to sell, will be supplied with Tin Ware, Stove Pipe, am] Stoves, on liberal terms. S. H. SA YRE & Co. \ Bonnets.—Spring styles, for 18S0. A great variety of all kinds and qualities, for sale cheap at ¦ S.H.SAYRE4C0. I ! Hats ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

^^^ ^^ um^mmmmtUmm^ttts^ BOOTH ft fOSTEE ~~ tAIT *. O, BOOTH I* CO, . Fashionable Clothing [Emporium I waoixsAtE a asTAit, 27 Courfhrndl-xt. New York, (a-few doors below the Western Hotel) THIS HOUSE, by reason of its Great Popularity and extensive Reputation, both for has Superior Qualities and Cheapness of iti Goods, has ecently been extending its business, until it now presents an assortment at oneej unrivalled by any m the city. One of tire Firm'.' being one of the Pioneers m the Clothing Business, t evotes- all his time to- purdiasing Goods for ihe Establishment. Whirh, his long Experience, acknowledged ekili and with ihe aid of abundantcdpital,he is enabled to do with die most predominant success. Another of the Firm Superintends, in person, their exbsnsive Manufacturing Department-, and the Stock thus produced, and with a view to Neatnest. Elegance and Utility, ai.d amounting to near ly $100,000 in value, comprises an assortment now unequalled, and they defy all competum....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

New Goods. JUST RECEIVED A.T POSTS—the Second Stock of Goods, this Spring—consisting of a SplenrijH J-ot ot Bonnet Ribbon*, new Stjtw Lawns B&rages, Glassa Silks, changeable. Foulards nnd Italian, do. Plain and Figured—While Crape, and Barage Shawls; Black, Colored -Thibet and DeLaiiie do. ; Turk Satin Para-ols;Silvered Fulls Flo-wet?, Wreaths, Bonnets Enameled Shoes ami Boot. -*. Kid and Silk Gloves, Fashionable Buttons and Dre<s Trimings, Purse Twist, Silver and Steel Beads| Worsteds, Silk. Organdies, B.irage Del-aines, Dotted nnd Plain Swiss Muslins. Edgings from 2 cents do 10 shillings per yard. Some tine Perfumery ,: German Cologne, Colcord's Lustrale. • <fcc. Large Lot of Hosiery, Carpet Bags, Cuffs and Collars, Linen Ginghams, Ivhite Moreen, Nankins some Beautiful Barathea Vestings. Seamless Bags Cloths, French Curtain Lawn, Wlute Bed Spreads Linen table.Cloths, Cotton do.. Doylies, Napkins, Table Covers; in fact our Stock of Dry Goods, Staple, and F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

New Chair Factory. . THE Subscriber has opened a Chair Factory nearly opposite M. S. Wilson's Store, where be intends to keep on hand all kinds of Fancy, Cane seat, common Windsor, and almost any kind of Chairs, called for, al«o Settees of every description, which he will sell as low as can; be' bought in this Country. . . ; Good Cherry Lumber taken in exchange for Chairs. Persons are invited to call and examine, before purchasing elsewhere. " M. J. SCOTT. .. Montrose, April ^4. 17--6m. Sunday School Books F LIBRARIES, neatly bound of 100 volumes for ten dollars, 76 "do- for five dollars, 60 . do for two dollars and fifty et$ Also, Larger and smaller Botjks, Question and Hymn Books, just opened and for sale by ¦ J. LYONS iSON. July 8,1860.. Ready Made Clothing. A GOOD assortment of Ready Made Clothinq for sale cheap at the store of L. S. Lknueim. Now is the time to btiv. ¦' Great Bend. June; 8, V860. " Wool BOT at the highest pnee* at Post' s; cash doteii 'Drugs and,Medicine...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

-;...:Sf1TaiCKS'OJP-'€irA.CK9«' '! . LsT'-fivsirtioar Rbad this. <;iiaiFX'u.j%— fhorc >« t Sursiroirirra ifor **»!«-.)« ihe\<iurembt »..«ri* esIM S. f. Towh<t-.wt;« feir»ail?rtl'.a,-.-;tt, i»-KtlvtrtHtd M.llie <>lt.H;|. : NAUOE^UlNE.ana »H tnai-t'rfii'To wjw.Tirl isna.ioeioi i «hd.liB«r W3«; buitt&'ftrnierbr a"worki:rnn miimW*, cai nuts, ami Uw like—wt he^tstuiltk the liifo oi;Uncior]/i)Ml>f tmrpaai ni rain'mc'c^Ufar:.w3ia!lie ismn. Us ea^sj-Mit basiiienJciitn-n meili?ar*cfi'>cils, arid tir.icticoil .pftiifUfer, J ears!!" Noir theuruA i». tio iherer oriiraiml inciHciift a ay- id hi" tile I Such tritfnJ$. u-icActt: inisrepreseliuniun looks bad w ihocttiracicrMd vfenciiy. of Uiaiiim. ^ , I wish mnr t tincf rtly, be tiaid never made ihoi<e statement* of liimself or of me.' Wlien will men (earn to he hiw staadjiroihfol in all iheit de*ting« amt intereoureft, wiA iliti?. (illow men; He sppKed to one Ruel|Clapp loass...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

./ -r:\-v- x-ter^ti^XX^s'VXX^' ¦ \ ^^ KEWl-snJipljrrrf DftigsV.ilet'ipihes,1 Paints, XTL iOils, Qrocuries, Ysakeo NotiiKis. iTewelry, dVc «t '¦: "i-v-M --,-.•(-¦:¦ XxVimEi&iX Mcgj\r\m,--)Sptf .lt,:^p_r^XXi 'xf-^ ^ ::'•; *pi PEB«ANG|J*Gff *nd "^WUW C4rt»iii»^ Jk ; WoodPoUi,Butter^IMleslWStWpi,Clothes Pins, Baskets Ac^ltingiby [ hTQV$ *SOW." ; I if ! ¦ H. ' * "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

CANCTSjaOUS SCROFULA. ^H Esi e|gffiii:iiii^ , : •- -^^t^m^-W ^OmBf IN EACH »6OTC»40OT Tittmp^Z,-^. ' TH»SEiWi»'»"d»T--<»»B touts omuinhig «4 *-nj7T\_ ,..:-.;.,,;| --;•jrwess«3r^pBM»-»a»y«i.^ ;""""5.J"!" : ;Prin^lM'ptr Sotttt, rr Six Bottles fbritoa. X lt~nap jmlTs^ia? QCART BOTTIiES, and- h of nJ same mtdktil strength and <ffim yu that is the smell foliw. The serai tn*erS>rif»of TMla PcRtrieit orer Saaain,-,,' and utl other swotWr thedlctnoa, nayta some measure be unatl stood from th^ following ft^iSTasT—becann! It sat «!¦' possesses,-aa jiorfitmsof its mee ication, tlie Kuat Esieacaof' Sarsaparilla, "! fellow Bock, ' V'febkr^r-'anil:.Sa isafroa Bnrlu, J ; 1 more stronjrfi/, mbrii potKrflitti xmcenlratct , and laretr k-Ji i I ad Of eoeii of tHe«}iitt>i*V/» in < icliboUlt of it tlian caabefoBj 1 1 in itijf bottle ot niedicihe. calttd Extract of SarMponltt- i 1 Bui, SKCii.vot.v—liecaHje Tl UVarMernU^pomL. ^.. I medical ^tweyi'aildhtaliogvirt teso...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 19 September 1850

' ' ' ' i =T •—!—" New Oood*. | " ABEL TTJURELL IS now receiving his fall ami lyihter-sapily Goods (embracing nearly every thins wtnted in thb market.) which, vill be sold extremely LO W foi eaaA or ready pay. My assortiutiht may be classed in part as follows: Drugs, Medicines, chemicals, Paints, Oils, Dye Stuffis, Groceries, Dry Goods, Hardware, $tone Ware, Glass ware, clocks. Watches, Jewelry1, Silver Spoon?, Spectacles, musical Instruments, Liquors, Perfumery, Mirrors^taitiotiery.Brushes,£ihoes, Yankee Notions, <£c etc • Thankfut for the libera* patronage and substantial encouragomcut.hitherto received, 1 hope to .merit and receive a continuance of the same. - -A few of ;tbe articles- kept, for sale are named below:. - I Oroceria.- A good variety of Sugars, finfe flavored Teas, good and cheap Molasses, coffee,] Pepper, Spice, Ginger, Saleratus, Raisins, Rice, Mackerel, Codfish, Zantee curranti, Tapioca, Arrow Root, mace. Manna,' Sage, Nutmegs, cloves. Ground iMostard; al...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

• THE EEGISTKB. vp'i"i' f 0BLISHBD-AKVERT THITBSDAT iBY ^mm-.Wt'c^&ah ^:4'i lAdT»w»p^ymenUn.Cashpcrye«; .H*j#J( Kp«r«thui *e Tiear, ;; ', - W If net at thriwd^wy*"' J . '".: « ,*M

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

Sine* Yoa and 1 were "lonng, I'm standing by the window still, Where we have stood of yore; The battenwood is wavmg'still. Its brandies near tlio door: Anil near me creeps the wild rose vine ¦ On which our wreath* were hung;: Still round the'porch its tendrils twine At when we both were young. TheXtilaspath that used to lead Down by the river shore, Is overgrown" with briar and -wood—Not level as before— ..¦_..-.. , .;} Bat there's no caas^ opoaibe hill ¦ --• t From whence our voices rung: j Tho violets deck its summit still, ; At when we both were young. And yonder is the old oak tree, Beneath whose spreading shade, \ When our young hearts were light and free, In innocence we played— j • ' Ani over there 1 the meadow gate, On which our. playmates swung, "! Still landing in. its rustic state, ) As w heu we botli were young. 1 «cf tlie Tittle moss-grown spot, . Beuestl) tbe yewtree's shade, Vr'here early friend*—perchance forgot, Injarth's embrace are laid.., .. . TV^arJy Men...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

ttiiL^fc ; ;i^9Mj^lm^tt^i :• !.The iffatis em itsuoaditWtfc^ ^tk^s^g^- v' -'.% M-pfisi^lKgffiS^wSP^ - JT"T'"?"' *^1 I'-'TTTthft ¦lis^flifot-'':" and soon made his way acipssthe eaneWSjr^-. ' : ' Ajpc4;^r^W^i^B^p^^iSj^tK tfo>e,*:'cottugeiri;the,!op^ .sc^lbipgto eat,andeoo^ * *i-»-4*--^5 £%»„£» ileitis-"£3n± '>y«'-&i«rJ.*5^*K«" ^.v.!?t!f"™>fe ^^WIWM^^ Mnijg:fo;*cioriSer; the %*ip*%v£«SviS«iin*iaa&l rung ia^tvai^-^iM'doM^iiS&iSmStU^M not p^tbeir?wth^t'^!^P^^^^^l^S<^li§& M"*^i*MNMM my wife and IHtlechiio^^ Without lo«:o*jbrt^iw :andIwith^i; the ''~ B^^ kfn ' ^m^^^m^^^^ ¦ imf^&^i^m^W^m^^mms^ braW?»J^P"fe^^^ womifc4ot!4U?v'fi^-^Jfei^ 'W^gjrtjr*^^ ,-boayV*wu «^ow:;jSnS^tip^S^Mi nae^'tod=ywn|riB ^iflfl^ln^ptti^gfe^ - ¦ r^SS^**^ would do -so bf*e *.U^&.^-^aSaS^^^>isl.*,-*¦?! ¦f ^i^m^mmm^m^^^ ttj»rtjbat:lw^1tfls^ .; WO^ntf.iteSfejrtJ^^ ^^tM^W ^^^^^ f^^0 vet by fh» arm; Tedium to tiurcitti^fjifKJlIfe^ ^ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

lw 1 -Bmm^^mhm . !., ft' "^^ vP*»>»ttatfiettohtsrjoy.jpeak IOgUI|;4:,tl*er f BO&ritTi41ft A^l Jtt;' VJ*iifeSTr'v ^^N ^JW^«M)(&; He looked toward, his father v but did^otVeate bis' eatewaiUfortafc iw" m *-Sjto'jWj>ri*; iwllflpoke ^tf&SvtMiiM^ Vi*W-At^U./-bi!«fr--,t^^l a^l,4^^i?'M, *il{''dr . »»* «» «nnappy foce and alrdifc*«iit^pilii* ¦^il^^5 RWJ!.WjrPPE!*^MHp»^^^;' «; ^i^«8.#rfjw^**fflB5te«sa* the latter angrjlhr, v |»^ 6me • rjuScHV* I»wanft^ffi Vbeo I4«peakJlOoJt t«f befobey«AUb«jtl,vi]gi^ ^ ;™inP^^#PM^ja^-a^BW.«wi0Wtl W^,*f1»i^™».*»Ji. Sow run as lastas.yoa vTbeioy took-the note! Tl.or* '^ts-'ti^AiaLiii his brow.i, He moved awav, butut a-slow pace.iH ,1?>°S 7?nil r&Uwt doing teiLwiiered/^. tfiat going nuicUyjH caMjtlie angty-fa'tl.eiy whepSe «* ^Mewepm^*^-' ¦ ¦*mrf^Wtm? m half an hour, 1 will punish yon.r>"j;- *• fii ^fj-:;'!)^ , But tjje werds had but little eftA-i 3te. bw"€ ^"SPcwwe hlJ^y!•*•>" onkindnet...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

"T": W,®^^<mi^ j',:„"•;/• ^W^t^^.W"|IahooM'ya|-b<OT>t.Meiea , *^* fiy oflAiiAhV. vlSfp' inon«wfifter m bh^lrMlktt^r die», arajWwgh jrUs'telaUvi too* eart<rfh|ajand liei had ihi ad*antaj^ c^Kv|ij in • •sa«t«i^blebo itrseho{d,* hifleducation: wifa tumi Jerted ^Tie had to str^le for hksubsistence.-^ Under af uncle, b.e Tiecanie the leader of a caravan viai^ed ^ SjrHa ai'!» merchant/ and extended bui jotn!ileya;iover all!Arabiajoihinifbjs tribe i irii their wart,BBiaeqnlrihga ltn^wledgel ot the manners superstitiwi?, ahdreUgiouscreeds dWarious people; He wasdrstin-nished by acfivfty, probity, (personal beauty, and conrteous mamVers: ^nd'at ISnitlt • a rich widow,1 whos* agent be was, bestowed, l^rself «nd.herpropertyjupoo brm by marriage. 'iHe was honored by bLs fellow citiieus and had all the ease and.womttt, ui& dignity which vroiild betodg<6onc of the fiinmbst men of Mecca; when he began his mission at a teacher and a propbei *'-' j ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Susquehanna Register — 26 September 1850

Valuable Dreams, r Sir William Johnson obtained from Hendrick nearly one hundred thousand acres of choice hmd, now lying chiefly in Herkimer county, N. T, north of the Mohawk, in the following maimer:! • ' The Bachem being atthe Baronet's house, saw a ndi embroidered coat coveted it The next morning be said to Sir Williamr "BrotJier, me dream lasf night* "Indeed," answered Sir. William," what did my red Brother dream I " " . " Me dream that coat be mine." .. "It is yours," said the shrewd Baronet. Not long after Sir William" visited the Sachem, and be too had a dream. -. ^ , - -K V Ttj,~ f Brother," he laid, «I dreamed last twghkr /" What did my pale facebroUier dream I" aslced Hendrick. . .. ,.,'... vi *• I dreamed that this tract of laiid was mine," describing a square bounded on the South bylhe Mohawk; on (be east by OarjadACre^iandNEnaBd Wmbr^bjeeta equally weUlmowii. -s =p ,-Hendrick was astonished. Heiawtie enonnity af,flie request, but wis not to be outdone ibgeuer-|^»r...

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