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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 17 July 1838

FUENCH' AI^P «EKlllA« —j^utmsiihiSEs^ i_ J N KKYC/.YNSKl, a Polish exile, proposes to give instruction 'in, Uie I'Ven'cJi .and Ciemian Languages to those Who. nSay desire it • He ilinv be consulted at Beeteni's flotel, - Keferto ' Itev. P. II. r.nr.r.Ni.Eir. FosBEiiii'ic Watts, l'jsil. Carlisle, July 17,1838.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 17 July 1838

^Fo^DieJffeir^mtdJbgMlJien/esaitviiiicko f James TVaugh, laic of/Silver, Spring -,:- ... townshiprflcceastd,- .—; TAKE notice that 1 jcifl liold an Inquisition or a writ of. Partition or v9)uatiorr, on the premises late of JamesJV' .iugh, deceased, on 'Thursday thel9lh bf.Jiilv.TsSSjaf (en d?clook"A."M. where ifll inter- . csted may attend. JOHN MYERS, Sheriff. . • SheriftssOmce,Carlisle,S:S -:. \._l : ' 21st,June, 1838.- V . • ' :-\ /¦ -- STRAY COLT*.' 1~~~T_ WAS taken up, by. the subscriber, living - neat* » .: Ilogueslown, Cumberland county;-Pa., on the 23d day of .Time last, A HAVCOLT, supposed to he. , two years ojd last Spring, viUi hlaclc main and tail, anil a small while..sp.ot.on,its; forehead.. .The owner is desiredlo come and prove property,pay charges. ¦ and take it away; otherwise it-will-lie. disposed of licuiirdiiig-Ui-liiiI. — JACOB-OTSTOT^ — July 2,1838.. '.'..' ~~~7~ . " FORSAIiE. •" By the snhscriber at Uosset-man's Mill, hi Frankford to-wnslnp. . . ¦ .-' - ; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 17 July 1838

PROCLAMATION. WIIEREAS.thc 1 lonorablc JOHN IHiBD.PrcsidenfJudge ofthe Court of Cdiiiillon Picas jn the counties of Cumberland, Juniata, and Perry, and the Hon, JuVin STt'Anir and JmlN LKFiiviiK, Judges of the said Court of Common Pleas of the connty~nf Cumberland, have issued their precept bearijijt date; the 30th day of Aprilj 1838, and to me dir'.-cted, for hqlding a . ' .'¦•'¦ Court of Oyer mid Terminer, and Generarjnil Delivery,-nrid Genei'nl Quarter Sessions of Uie lleace. nt Carlisle, on the second Monday of August, 1838, (beir.g the 13th day,) at 10 o'clock in the forenoon. . .)' ¦ v.-.,;-..-A • , „ AbVlCE IS l&nEm'GIWV, to the;Coboner, Justices of VilcPeaee, and Constables of the sauh county "of CuVnbcilau'il.'ihaUhev be. then and (hero in ^hcirpro^^r person with their.Records, Inquisitions, ExmiVnatioifSf anil other, I'elnembranccsjo do.lhcsc tliiiigfi wliicli to then- offices respectively appertain. And those who'ai'e hound by rccognrannees to prosecute against....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 17 July 1838

List of causes * For trial at August term, lBdS. 1st Week commencing on the 13Ui August, J838. Duncan for use. vs. Moore's adm'rs, . Crawford, •- w. M'GlaugUin,. Keller .vs. Piper Wiseforuse . '»«. Cro'nistBr'sadm.is,-. Hauey ' ' '"«• J'!nl«y ' ' Gray f "' va- ".ilson - ' - - Churcli .'. ¦"»• 9ut,. Dawson. , .:•¦'. ..?*• Bi'edm • — .--Harlan "~ vs- Moore ctal. Commonweal ill . ' , tisj.." Neal • List of Causes for trial at August Term* 1838.-, -¦ "2d Week commcnciiiB20(h August, 1838. Barr "'." ":- iiSr Cra*lbrd ! : Same • ' vs. Same , if Swigert V . f». Picking, ;- --Givin for use - to. . LlHott ; LyoitcUil^—: mi^Irimbla 1 _ Cliiipingcl'-^ : '—T'STT-Moore— : - Same- ","¦»». -P»tt°» Bre'diii '"¦"' »«. Shenerctal.- ¦ '¦ Same - ¦' .' *•'*• Mapliews Oyster " ' . »«• Black Christlebforiise " »?• Sturgis ! Commonwealth.. •"»• V. Leivingcr Bullock -"»¦.. Martinet al ComnmnwealUi , vs.. A. Youny Samjr . •-„<. - vs. ..Kauflmaii Pierce "° - vs. fWaples Snowderi '¦ »•*. M'1-aug...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 17 July 1838

SPX.ENDID SCHEMES "¦, - . - - .'FOR JULY. - Virginia Stale. Lottery, For the 'benefit of the Monongalia Academy...¦_ „'¦ •.'¦ " ' ¦' ¦ Class No..4, for 1838. . ..'.'"- To be drawn al Alexandria, Won Saturdays the 7tli ,-of July, 1838. "... -V.HA?.*!) SI'IIEWF.. CAPITAL JJOOOOr'-l0.000,- ¦ 0,000,- -'.1,140, 3,000, 20 of 500, "„ 20 of, 3.I0,.- 123 of 200, See. Tickets only $10—Half §5—Quarter $2,50.' Certificates "of 1'ack's of 25 Whole Tickets $130 D"r>. do. . 25 'Half •' do 65 . ;I>o. ; do. .' '. 35-Quarter, do .'/ . 32 50' • 13 Drawn Nos. in each Package of 25 "Tickets. -rr?—rVisg'inia ¦StaleLottery ^ ,—¦--;. For the benefit of'the town of Wheeling. • ll_ " ' .. ¦ Gxss^o'-i foJ'1?ij8i' _ ToTie drawn at Alexandria,- Vh. Snturday-Urel4th" _. - June, 1838. : _;_, ¦ nin ""' . ' '•''." "s^iEV Bcurar.. HIGHEST PKIZE"$3O,O0O, 10,000, "fl.OOO, * 5,000 * 4,000, 2,500 i 25 of 1,000-, 25 of 500; 28 of 300; 200 of 100, Sec. &o.. . - Tickets only-.$10—Halves ^sir-Q...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 17 July 1838

.-_- :, -- - - TE'ETHi-— .->--- filLICIOUS METALLIC, OR JliXERAL JNCOItf _„„„.^„. RUPTIBLF. TEETH. . ' -Is has for many year.-, been. KTgiTOJLdcsiucratum. r.riKjhs: Kfironeali ami American Dentists,to manufae--tare Tei^UiiomincotTi'iptibTc "materials" u'liich should' imitate the natural living Teeth. . " '«-" Many .have devoted years to unsuccessful experiroentsviuidj^tos'._Jijrv_c. ^ "teeTinTrTn'nJeri.'ils" siniilnr-'Wv'the por"cclai,trw"a'l'e7:our generali v. tliey.bave.-iiu opaque-white-appearance,'by which tliev arc easily "distinguished from the human, teeth.- : , " - — After long and tedious experiments, Uie subscriber ¦ has succceded-in manufacturing teeth of materials cn"tirelyTncorrii'ptihl^nna'pcrfi'ctly-ii^ man teeth. TI|(%bov.e^a_setniJramnar^ejujy^ndjre made of varintis sizes nti'dsliades.. .... In'e'ns^s where absnrptibn__of the aveolar process, .or.otliercaivsesnnayretrilcritrnreeKsarvrhevvill rastof the same materials attached to tlje teeth; artificial g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 17 July 1838

.' ;¦...' . TfSE.'GlRAteD;,.", ' ISiE.ilSIMMEj.: Annuity and Trust Company of Philadel". . phia. -'¦-.„¦¦ ' Qfftce,-l$9, Chestnut street. ..'.'.¦. .. '..'" CAPITAL.'OF-^SOOioOO. .' '. ',..._ .. Charter ^Perpetual. " - INSURE 5jIVES; grant Annuities and. • Endowments and make contract's generally Uiat involve he contingency of life. Accept Trusts as authorized by the ehnrter,'fre.m individuals, corporate bodies, or Courts of Justice, and execute them agreeably td the .dcjirCiof_the_pMlics,jiBto in trust, and on interest. - -LIFE-INSURANCE.—The-terms arc .as' low as those of any jOllice in the Uhioni- . - Hales fir Insuring jlOOr' * -Age . For 1 Year For 7 Tears Whole Life ¦ Annually. -Annually. 20 SO'91 - -~,~"S0 .95 ¦:-. $1-77-,:.--25 1 00 1 13 , .-'2 04 30—-^-1 31 1 36 .. 2 30 35 I 3^tV—__ 1 53 2 75 . .40 . 1 m 1.83 . 3 20 45 1 01 1 90 , 3 73 50 1 90 2 09 ¦ 4 60 : 55 2 32 ¦ 3 21 . . ' 5:8 Further iiiforination can be obtained byjipplication lit Uie oifice. ' - T . B. W.RICTIARDS,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 17 July 1838

PRODIIJCE ^"CiOMMiSSIOiT ; • jML^&Js^LSig£!;: ¦:¦ w^mmmm * -• - . . ¦ Broad Street, Philadelphia. , THE undersigned respectfully, informs thecitizens of Franklin-ana Cumberland counties, Unit he has opened a WAREHOUSEin Broad Street, next door above Broad 'street Hotel, for the sale'of nil kinds of Country Produce, and respectfully solicits consignments, , .'• - i' From his general acquaintance, knowledge ^f, business, and the exercise of his best efforts to mrqmo^e the interest of his customers, he flatters liihraelf that he-will be^ble to render gencralsatisfaeti 0117- . .:- = JACOB- BERLIN*- PliiladcIphin'„May, 1838T-^ ,. ; . ' _ REPEEENCE^, . ' ' Philip 7?Wr««T-Chumbersburg. - a- David Mahoni Esq. ? ™ . ~-"~' ^\.L-J~~ A Geo. mHimcs,' Elq.i9"Wel ^mg : J. Suioyer, Esqi, Ncwvillc. Gen: Sam'I Alexander, ? 'v, ... [F..M.He»dcrson,Esq.<i CarIlsle' • ^etm&EsqA^^: . .SBaEfiSIFF'S-.SALE.. . By virtue of a writ of Venditioni Exponas to me directed, issued out of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 17 July 1838

•;'". cjiIj&^ji'm. SEMI:;..: ''siwwiis The subscriber takes this opportunity of announcing to his friends- am) the public generally, the pleasing intelligence, that he is liow receiving and openingjn Uie store' room; recently occupieuby Mr. Thomas Himes, directly opposite tlie store cf George Hamill, Esq."*tli"tKe borough of Shippcnsburg, an Entire new arid splendid assortment of - ^ : FasltiOnable"good's, which have'been selected with great care in Philadel phia,-New York and Baltimore, and 'which he can confidently recommend to his-.friends and customers, as-bei' iig-w'ell adapted-to-the-pi'eseiit^and-npproaching scasbn;'atldjv.ithalhe isdetcrmined to sell-as CI-1EAPas the" liardness-ofthe-tiiiics nndtfic scarcity of money may require. , ' Blue, Black, and fancy colored cloths and'eassimcrs. Sattinets. a good assortment" ' ' " ——Bombazine, .•V....A.hands.omo.nrtielefo.r Gen- .. Circassian, aiid "f tlemeh's Slimmer Wear. ' • Priucctta, 3 ¦ .' j •» Brown Irish L' uien, s. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 17 July 1838

-¦ ,H.A.1it"5j>''WA.'a6!-1.-'l I-;;;. • >i^(8©©'sasriai^9v.-™ Returns bis sincere thank's to Uie citizens of Cnrlis'p anil niljoiniii»couiitry, for the most liberal patronage which'lias bcenbestowed upon him, and wishes to in-JimnUie.jiuhlicgenernlly-tlmt he ban rqileiushc'd his .stock..of GooaV,.aiid'natier.s" himHeinriatTlTe. will-benble to give 'entire satisfaction to.all who will call 'at hisStororboth.in quality and price of-goqds i as lip is resolved to sell low foivcash... • " ;'•--" ' Call at the old well known Slaml of I>. Hip-hui, its. North Hanover" Street, and examine his stock of Tiooils; as he has a general and.complete'assortment of-Hardware, ¦ , ' CUTIiERY," PAINTS, OILS, &C. Also, a largeassorlmcntof Griffin's Double Refined -Steel Passmore and Neirton Darlington's • Com-mitt Grass.Scythes.k ..He.has also the New Cumberland Nails—but call and examine; each.one J'or himself. ._....-Carlisle, May 14,1838.—3m. "_' ' 24 . lifJJIBSBiflS -...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 17 July 1838

Worwurding iintl Commission ¦ ¦' ' ¦-> ': . •¦ House, ,.'.--- rm^-^m^m^m^mr^ ¦ ¦ ¦ Wm'&W$£W:<®:imih&WBQ Is HAVE taken that large and commodious WAREHOUSE, lately erected on the Canal and Rail Road,' below the foot of Chestnut street, Harrisburg, where their arrangements arcsuch that Uiey ciin at all times' forward produce and merchandize.with .promptness nnfl despatch, to tlie following places, viz: - . Philadelphia, Pittsburg, Colurn* •'• bia, Ballimorcj CarlisU,~Chambexsbur ^^Jji& tnd,( }H intermediate ])laccsC~~f" ~ : They"have lhteTjpiitercd, into arrangements sbasto" enable.them to send any produce or goods by way o, ihe-Peiiiisyivania-Cannl andColuiiibiaRailroad, to Pbifadelphia, at' the same. prices, charged by othercompanies running on the Union canal, tbus.gaining three days in .time,-and delivering goods in. Broad str"eet;r.v'flidingth' e usual expense 61 hauling from the Schuylkill.-' THEY WILL PURCHASE Grain, Flour, and country'pro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 17 July 1838

:sl x & s':. & • &M- S,"; h x T:..' ¦. :.„. m^itj^'^cBia?'©©^ ¦'. ' ¦¦ ¦¦ ¦¦• .'¦-." J- mfisniKir j. uiybLY, ,. ItETUIlNS his .sincere.thanks to the.citizens 0^ Carlisle ami its.vicinity,for the liberal patronage' Which has been bestowed upon I.im, and solicits a: ' continuance o^Uie same. His shop is how situated in . ." East:High-street, ;' "' adjoining the Drug Storo of Samuel Elliott on tlie^ ""''"' east, null. John H; Weaver & Go's: store on Uie west -where he will constantly keep on hand a largo assort* v -.¦¦•--„• "4" "meat ol'Fasliioirahle T" " ," --'--¦ = ..-..^c^r.;'aiid:Silk.'Hats; coNsisriivc pp '¦' -'. ' - - ' t. Beaver, Qller, Seal, Nutria, Musk- . rat, Plain-Russia and- Brush 'fir? £\ crpi em a" . M £&.^E! i^§ ; • •• :-' ® W. A ILIi () O L CJIJ R'jsV-^,. Alt of his own manvfacturiiig, which he. will dispose ofTit low priens.' *. ¦ ¦ He flnttersliimself that, by strict attention to busP. .. ness-iuul a disposition to please, to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 17 July 1838

¦ CARILISMi! SPRINGS. . \S --TH^rTirapriet^r-respectfullv-UiBi'msthe.'public-in general tbnt lm is now rendvti accommodate a large numlier of Hoarders and Yisit-rs. The Springs are situated 4 miles north of Carlisle and 3 miles south nf Sterrctt's Rap, on theTfortli Mountain, in a fine, health'.-, and romantic place and pure air. There is an extensive .nothing Establishment erected [both warjii and-eold,) .and. every accommodation may be relied on, . " ¦ __.._„ _.._^_D-."-C0RNiMABr. " .Tuly ,1, l'SSS. ._ . . • . N. II. A Harouchc will run daily.from Carlisle to tlie Springs for the accommodation of Visiters. : '. . - ¦'.D.-C.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 17 July 1838

. - .€.si;tm^''. A,number of Pedlers ami HaM-kers have been travelling round the eonntrv. imjxjsing on the commiriity. by representing that they arc engaged in' our Coi'crrmc^ . This iiw/n notice, that we have nntanv Peiilcn' or Pedlci-SjV^ther with wagon or on foot, disposing nf mci'ehaiidise'for.us, anil that nil such persons as . thus represent themselves arc deceiving the comtunnitv. : ._ HAJiKbLftic-CO—."; Car!is1e,",Tu'ne 25;.1338.*T_7' . X-T V •" •"" ~'"~~~

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 17 July 1838

. , 'NOTBCE.' . ' - t : Tho subscriber having been appointed by tlie Orphans' Com-f of-Cumberland - county, to lna'rslml the assetts in tlie hands of Robert Miller, Administrator of "William II. Miller, late of Allen township, dee'd., will attend at his office on Wednesday the 25th day of Julv, for that purpoSe ¦ ' HUGH GAULLAGHEB. ' June'25,18S8.—^lt. 30 ¦ spaisro,' . Spilth Mountain, 14 Mile' s EasidfCham^ ¦ _."'._!_ ^_._Mersbiirg.. ^l_k._=__;j_. THE. subscriber, thankful to the public for past favors, respectfully informs them that he will re-o.pcn his Colli Spring establishment for the reception oTvisiters directly alter tile 4tli of July,and wilt" spare no efforts to render satisfaction to wlioevur may favor him with their company. "HIS'-TABIiEf Will be abundantly supplied with the best the coiuiti-y can afford—his BAR with the choicest Liquors; and his STrjLBLB with the best of feed. To-pei'scifs acquainted wilh the character of this Spring, its loci-.iion and salubrious a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

SELECT TALE From the Gentleman's Magazine. • Pages from «He Ui.-try otf"a Fhi'- laclclphia Lawyer^ •THE WILL* What is't we live for ? tell life's fuircst tale-- . To eat, to drink, to sleep, love, and enjoy, . And then to love no more! .To talk of things we know not, anil to know Nothing but things not worth the "talking of. Sir It. Fane, Junior. . At an early hour of the morning, in the fcommencement of the year 18!}—, I jwas fcalled upon'by a young frieridtoattend the bed-side, of a dying man, who was" exceedingly, anxious to bequeath his property toanindi vidiial out of the line' of legarsuc-Cession'..arid therefore desired the security of professional aid in the construction of his. will. - Although I have always felt extreme repugnancy to the presence of sickness, and eschewed liSth" more than ordinary sensibility the sight of mortal dissolution, yet, such were the peculiar circumstanc&s urged upon me ih this instance-, that I could not Refuse to accompany my frie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

'. \VrfrCITI.TTHE STflN-^TaSTERLP^TYr A IIOMKI.T BUT U3KFUL tESSOJf :.. . ^ _: From tfie -IJuck\ County Inielligencet: "¦ Mb. Printer :—We are coming to our senses up this way pretty, fast I. tell you. We have been bamboozled by a set of fellows,,iri/aj^abqut.Ppylestown,JongcnougH. They niade" us believe they were not only the 'dirty-shirt,, but the real-Simon'Pure party, and that, they could-manage matters and things as they ou'gHt to be, They said the land would not only flow with milkaiul 'HoneyrifTheyTieliTthe"reins, but thatevery man's pocket would glisten, with gold-and silver, T.Hese.tales_tickled-us niightily.J tell you. The last Sheriff, (like a certain TawxerT "could mention, whdse foreheid dont foretel much foreknowledge, according to myunderstanding ,of combs, hath liixu-*iant spfoutsifrom-demoefafie*roots) "gulled us niightily With Benton ininLdrops,when, " they were first coined.: He told us tlieselvere' the fruits jofjacksojiism, and we-Were simple enough to swa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

._. I »nun n. . _MJ^^lw~^^i^' J-^-~1 ~ :;-' :;¦' poejtry. r;;~' ' . . .' .»-—., ' . ¦'' ' .— • — ¦ -—. — —"\Vith sweetest flowers ehrich'd,", .... r«om yftrious gardens cull'd with care." " For the HardldahdExpositor., : »' WETUdVE HIM BEGAtTSE 1IETIUST 'LOT "r ' ED US." "• ¦ . , •: - „ The.Earth in its orbit, moved swiftly around, Amid the harmonious concert of .spheres, Fb~r.itlirou.ghaU the regions of space not a sound '. Or.discoi-dance. e'er jar'd iipOiLangelic ears. V * . .. Andman just created 'with innocence d-welt-,-¦ In Eden, enjoying swcetc3nverscvwith Gad' tor Parth the effects of the curse.had liot f-lt, ¦ And man'midits, bQwers iii liappincss U-od.. —- But sin threw its horrible discord and jar, Amid the bright spheres that were rolling below, And O'er this fair, beautiful world; wide and fat—Spread the streams of despair, desolation and v/oc Then man from the bowers of Paradise hurPd,' Shrinkingand trembling lied onward in fear, When far in this ruined and s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

> . .^ ; ^;TMfMS. _..'. ¦ iiill ii "the" Carlisle Herald & Expositor," will be issued every TUESDAY AFTEKXOON, at Two Doi ^ iaHs, per annum, payable in advance. " » AUVliRTISfiMENTS inserted at the usual rates Letters.addressed to the editor,oh liusiness, M UST :, BE POST PAID, otherwise they will receive ho attention. " AOEKfTS. •__' The following named persons have been appointed h- Agpnts for the. "Carlisle.'Herald & Expositor," to whom payment for subscription; aniUadvertisciiientS "can beroade^__J-^—^-^ ~~^ ]^ ' D. Shellv, Esq. Shiremansto.wn, Gumb. Co. Scott Coyle, Esq. Newvil'lc/ do P. Koontz, Esq. New-burgh; do '- Tiips.-W. HiMES,J Esq. Sliippensbju-g, do /"•John WuNDEnUcH^Esq. do. " do -=^—. •J.JVlATEER.Esq.'Hoguestbwn, do R. Witsow, Esq. Mechanicsburg,. ,. do Wiu,i\n Ruksha.,JJsq! Hopewell, -. do. , Jt. Sthroeo??, Esq. Churchtriwn, 'do * • '-" ' , - Dr; Asa White, Ncw'Cumbcrland, do .Titos. Black, Esq. BloomBel'd, Perry county. ': - - - A. Blac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

Mi lt3isso5«ra. VoiEsiBfeca's. ---.- lu r \v iHTTLESEY, from the Coinmittee'of Claims, made the following' REPORT: The. Committee of Claims, to which was referred the bill from the Senate. (No. 209) to authorise payment to be niade to the Missouri Volunteers, whose horses were lost or cast away.on the voyage to -Tampa Bay, report: --'--That the bill provides 'f that payment be made, under the direction of the Third Auditor, to the Missouri volunteers whose horses were-lost or cast away at sea, or which perished or died'iii consequence of sufferings at sea in the voyage from New Orleans to Tampa4Bay~rin the month of November-last; and that thc'.sum of thirtyfive thousand dollars, out of any fnoney in the Treasury not -otherwise appropriated,, be appropriated to make-said payments." The bill i"s accorripa-niied by document No. 177, which is composed of the resolution directing the Committee on Military'Affair to inquire into the expediency of making provision for paying for said...

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