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

'SPIiENDID SCHEMES ¦ FOR JULYVa .-.,... Virginia Sfate'Lottery, ** For Uie benefit of the Monongalia Academy. "' . ." - Class Nb. 4, for 1838^- ';- ¦: ' To-be, drawn at Alexandria, Va. on Saturday, the 7th.' . : '. -; of July, 1.888.. ' .,. . ..,. GltANI) 8CIIEAIE. , ... CAPITAL • i30,O0O, 10,000, , 6,000, 3,140, 3,000, 20of'500, 20 of 300, 123 of.200, &e.',.,' Tickets onljr'$10—Half$5—Quarter J2 50. Certificates of Pack's of 25 Whole Tickets $130- • Do. .'--~: .llo. . 25 Half do . 65: Do! "! '" . ^'dp,. 25 Quarter, do ;32 50 13 Drawn Nosl iri each Package of 25.Tickets; .-' Virginia State Lottery, For the benefit of the town of AVhccfihg. '-• '¦ ¦ Class No 4 for 1838. To be drawn at Alexandria, Va. Saturday the 14th .'., . Jiine-jlSSS. ,'' . ,-• . .'• SPLEN-DID SCHEME.' , ' .. v HIGHEST PRIZE $30,000, 10,000, 6,000," 5,000, 4,000, 2.50Q j 25 of l,000i- 25 of 500"; 28 of 300; • ', -•' '200 of 100, &c.&c. • ", ,. Tickets only $10—Halves $5—Quarters $2 50. Be...

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald And Expositor
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 24 July 1838

BIL-E'"& I'fR B1I ' sttAa^g^^mlta .' L-zz^m^BLs^f^sii J$K!tsi^~ - KETURNS h'is sincere' tlianks to the .citizens of Carlisle-and-JU_'ueinityU' or^UeJiterj»LpnttMiage ^vhich h,as been bestowed upon him,'aud sollcits'a" continuance of tlie sanie. His shop is now situated in East MMig-h.j$treet.,. '-. .. adjoining tlie Drug Storo of Saipuel Elliott on the east, aud John H. Weaver & Co's. store on the west,' ¦ wiiere lie will constantly keep on band a large assort'„,'7 ,,',',. .itient of Fashionable • '_ ' , , Piirand Silk Hats,' CONSISTING OP ^ ' Beavet; OUeiS Seal, Nutria, Musk--;• fat:j plainRussia and 'Brush : '©If' a li'-it doij or'RS," All of his own manufacturing, which he will dispose -bfjitlow urjens.. .. ; ... ,.-..... He flatters himself that, by strict attention to business and a disposition to-please, to-merit and receive a share of public' patronage. - -.-.--; -''" -• ¦¦-£. N. B. Military caps will be manufactured to qrtler, bn reasonable terms.. ¦ -'- -'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

0 win dc is3iii TKllmLS* Th- " CarUsIellJraldU -ponior,- ;,; every TUESDAY AFTERNOON, atTnroDji. tlns.psr annum, pjyabli.in advance. . AUyEBTISBAIKNTS inssrtsdOitthewsiSatvatsa. Lsttars addressed to the editor.onbusiness, MUST BE POST PAID, otherwise they will receive no attentioni-'1 ... . , AGENTS. . , ' The following named persons have been appointed Agents for the ,;C^, U?. loJ[5ray_&.^xPos;t:>iy.' t0 •whoni payment for subscription and advertisement3 can be made. . " '__.. ¦ - D. SHELLviEsq-'SVircmaiiotowii, CyrrtTi. C67 Scott Coyle, Esq: Ne'wvillc- '.. iK P. Kooktz, Esq. Newburgh. —do Thos. W. Himes, Esq. Shippensburg do Joup Wundehlich, Esq." do. _do J. MATEEn,Esq.-Hogucst<SW '. jdb'" /'' It. Wilson, Esq. Mechanicsburg, do- - • William RurisiiA, Esq. Hopevrcll'•; do -- R. SitinoEONi Esq. Cliurchtown do - ''Dr. Asa WuiTEi New Cumberland do —Taos. Black, Esq. Blopmrield, Ptery eorinty.^ A. Black, Esq. Lanilisburp; " '~-r do-—:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

PiDE^F R Y. V - . -"With sweetest flowers cni-ich'd.-- From various gardens'cull'd/with care." • ' " Far the Ikrall tl Expositor. ¦ _•¦ ¦¦ _¦ ¦¦-¦ \ life's;--,.; •' ¦¦ "'•Till Hymen brought hii Imt-dfliRlitnl Irour,-¦ - Therisjfwi'ltliQ.jojr^n EJrii'i ruiy boAirl" \ "Let winds breathe mtdody to more, ¦ . ~ .. When eip-uent from the woody .wild; - . . -'.ijlor.m^on'beam light at miilniglit liour, ; ' . Noi>s'tars slied oiit their i-adjancs'milU. . '—""'N/!? let a raiiibow" ever' throw -'" ¦ •' Its promise o'er ilistempsst's gloom; V'-Nor golden cloud atsuuset.glaw, ^ _ _ _.!.._; ,"; Nor beauty on the rose-leaf Uoom. ' 'UMlalfondpSght-id love remain, .':¦ Enwreathafaround tlie slirine of :truthi A sacred tiling in virtue's fane,— ... The blessing and the hipe'ipf youth. '; Shippensbjirg, July filth, 1833. J. P. B. For the Herald & Erpositor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

HOMEWARD THOUGHTS Amoving-sceneBflloWe-ren-ett-a - Sweet tlioughts of years agone, ¦ ¦When childhood, of ils joys profuse, Ne'er had, those joys Withdrawn. "When Sirens sung of halcyon cays ' . ¦-- Beyond tlie rairrow's close,-a—1— ¦ _ JAiid.scilHng won,jon liojic^sjwingcd rays ' . Warm asniratioits-roae. When" every thought was budding Jjy, _ Fed with the spring-tide dew, And dreams wercsweet without alloy. Or aught that sc'cnutl untrue.. '• "" - " ¦ - . ' . ' ^Wheri smiles bewitching—looks divine, " Illumcd-my father's hall;— —-—•-'-* Ah I then tlie purest jot a were mine, — Tliateould tlie heart enthrall. 5Jven now, my ardent eyes drinfc in ." „ The brightness of that hiur s -The sweetest tones that then eould win, " Still ftate a seeming power. But, ah.' .affection hreathes no .tone O/restant sympathy i . ¦ Jt» sighs and soothings that have flown,. •¦ Breathe but in memory! \ * ...... .- .......-._ . *<»'V'....- ' . i)h Time! deal gently, and restore ; Those sce...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

MISCEMiANEOUS GO TO CHURCH. * » i '. , There is no one thing- which helps to establish a man's standing.'in society, niorc ¦than a steady attendance at'church, and a ,: proper-regard, for the first'day of week. •Every head of a family should go to uhurclf, as an example to its members j ^ and eycry ;."", iriinch"^^TaipilyTsl^ia"^ta"clrufchriir -—imitation^flthe^ixSmpJ^pJ^Piirej Us-wh^ . have loved them and watched over their test interests. ..Lounging in streets and, bar-rooms on the sabbath, is abominable,' and deserves execration: because Mays , the foundation of habits wliich ruin one,' body and soul. Many a young man oan.j dat& the commencement of a course of dis- eipatibn which made, him a burthen to himself-and friends, and an qbject of pity in -^^ihiLBig'hLof.hifl enemiein-to his Sunikyjl&L v baucheryi Idleness is themotheV' of drunk' '«nness—-the Sabbath is to yoiing people generally an idle day ,• therefore, if it be " toot'properly kept, it were bet...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

!,: FEMALE TIGHT LACING. A trsatiss'" on the Deformities of the Chsst and Spine, illustrated by .plates, by Williain Co"ulson,":(Hurst, London,) has just corns under pxve notice. The chief object of ttia-author seems to be to "point out the injuries-arising from tlicpractice of tight lacing among females; and this he does .in ii. masterly manner; 'He shows how tlie practice is underminin^.tlie health of the bulk of young Women at the.present moment; how it is distorting- llie.spin.es, giving~ tTienVa~Kigh".?inil"-l6w shoulder'; cans-" ing an unnatural projection of the sternuin,pr breast-boheT relideriiig'theinaihli.t.tr> fulfil properly the- functions of mothei<a; and, lastly, lcaduig.tp.the productions of a weak, consumptive, and piiny .race of. people. M r...Coulsofl_deasxv;ea.Siiliei thanksof ^.the. British public.—the male-public—for the admirable minner in which'.hd lias 'trCAted this .most distressing subject. -But it is obvious flint any;; thing which he'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

From>Ms-Western Messenger for June, 1838. , INTERESTING INCIDENT IN KENTUCKY HISTORY. At the first meeting of the Kentucky Historical Society, the following anecdote of Indian-generosity and mag'nanimity was related by.a gentleman distinguished.in the annajs of Kentucky, with whose perinission we give it«lo the public through our paper: About the year 1783 . or 1785, Mr. Andrew Ko want embarked in a barge affile falls.of Die Qhio, (where Louisville now stands,), with.a party;, to descend the river. The boat having stopped.'at the Yellow Banksy'on the-;Indian side,"--s~o(ne~<lista"nce below, Mr. Rowan,, borrowing a rifle from one of the company, shopped on shore antl strolled into the bottom, probably rather in pursuit of ainus(ement, than game; . for, from .having"'always been of a'feeble"constitution and averse to action, he knew not how to.i'Si a rifle, and" besides had with him but the singte"~ chargq of "ammunition which was in" the gun. He.unconsciously prot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

POLITICAL. From the Lancaster Examiner. SENATPRIAL. REMINISCENCES—GEN*- PORTER'S "DODGING." ' Tho-following paragraph is copied from art editorial article contained'in a late number of the Harrisburg Keystone—tlie leading Van Buren Locofoco journal-5of the State:— - ! — ,!Gen Porter was one of the most punctual niem" bcrs of the Senate—always in his seat, atijLiOi' .liiff., " on every question -xhich came: before" it. JftOTefrr^- . " ence to the journal it will be t'juiid tliafliis name " appears ainong the yeas^ind nliys nftener than any ,: memher of that body': and we defy the Governor " mid all his cabinet of editorstopoii.it out ii SINGLE (; instance in which fien. Porter DODSED. a votj1:'''. '." We scarcely khow'i^what*spiritto treat the above extract. We are at a loss, to determine whether the editors of the Keystone design'to pass it off'as a.quiz-;upoii Gen. Porter, or as'sober truth. > OT on&» thing we^are certain. . The editors of the I£ey^ione_^_noj...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

" mmm msm& - jyjLfrE-Mt th • RITNER ^ SPECIE PA YH fENTS. ¦ '. ¦'-.-¦. y" AC At N.ST ' • ' . . ¦"• ¦ «/¦ PORTER 4- SHIN-PLASTERS. • '• :A'me'etmg-of the'-frieads of, JO SX E P H ' TUT;NER, the present patriotic GBvefc nerof Pennsylvania, and all ethers'in ^ favor of a resumption of Specie Payments"'and oppos»d-to the present,reign of Shin Plasters, .will be held aflhe Court-House, in 'vthe• borough of Carlisle, on .• KIONpAYjTIIE'isTH AUGUST. " Jtcxt; at ONE olclock, P. M."at which time1 ijeveral addresses will be delivered. The Parmer; the Mechanic,, the Merchant, the Laboring Man, and all who feel an interest in the Welfare of our country are'invited to "^ttendT"T™" ~ ""'" ^"EtANY, " : '"July 2Jf"l838.-"7^^'~ "7 •. ~- JLct the People Kcnicmber - THAT ... -l>AVIDc&V PORTER-... 'TOTED IN. THE SENATE 1.AST WINTER TO INSTRUCT OUR SENATORS AND ItE-., J'RESENTATIVES IN CONGRESS TO VOTE - IN FAVOROFTHE ODIOUS AND INFAMOUS SUB-TREASURY BILL. —"i ," " •" ••• ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

From the Pennsylcania Intelligencer. a3.Slnhi.psr for the Ei^c-iforo? .I^T.,.:ffl.SM COME ON AND SUS-<* ¦ TAIN THEIR FALSEHOODS." "VVe invite tho attention of pur readers to tfib fiiiowing enm-munication.' The wnter-T3~k" nmvr!rto liTis."a responsible .man, and 3iisnsme will be given, and "the reward paid, ' ¦whenever the Locofoccs will substantiate lhe_ chargesi..referred. V>._;Wo: clullcnge them to the- proof, or the stigma of wilful nnd malicious slanderers nuts t-continue to lestru^on them'forev.er.7 Shice^ve have received t.he communication, we observe that the article .is going the rounds in the Locoibco> German paper? ef this • place. AVe . 3iopeVwillbe"twmptly met by eur German friends. - It had . net before met our observation^ wSjbould have noticed it at once. .' . - ¦ ___ '-ATM * $ J ,000 Seevnaid. >.' ¦ Messrs. Editors-^-ThCfollowing article, vrhich I now .find in tlie,Ksid^R Democratic Press," has forborne tintt been going the rounds of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

HERALD & EXPOSITOR. , ^ BV GEOHGE Mi PHILfclPS... \ CARLISLE. --¦- ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦"'¦' - m, ¦ ' i ' Tuesday Afternppn, Juty-'3"1, 1838. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

¦ Appointments by the President,"by and with the advice and consent of tlie Senate. Felix GkO&dt, Esq. of Tennessee, to be Attorney General of tlie United States, frpnir the" first day of September next. " ' -' ' STEriiEw II. AVtEWs, Esq. of Mainland; to be Consul for the pnrt of Guatemala." t WilliamJTudoii Tuckeh, Esq. to'be Consul for the Island-of Bermuda; ; -"-E-cisirt^nHom^Esq^or-XeA^OFlBaHsyTocbe ¦Consul for the port of Gal vefton; -Texas. -¦ ¦-.-ltoBLiix Lucas; Esq.ofOliio.tobe.Gbycrnordfthe territory of Iowa, in place of Gen. Ilciiry Atkinson, -resigned.—'—^--x-z-¦-—¦ .——¦¦—— l_-_j:—i. of the Criminal Court for the District of Columbia. UiLLtfx' Jqbdax, Jr. Esq. of North Carolina, to be Judge for. the District of Wc'st Florida, in jlic place cf J. A. Cameron, deceased.. - - — Itfcu'Aiiu C. Atr.ux, Esq. to-be Jiidge^William II. Brockenborphgli;'Esq.to be Attarneyi and Peter WGautier, Jr. Esq._to_be Marslial Cip the Apalachicol ^ District in Florida.-• - —-•' ^-GE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

¦ ¦¦ _____ ' '^7 --jj*^ • ^^^C^MI^^CATIO^^T^ . .¦7 r ' - For the Herald and Expositor. ' THE "BEAUTIES OF LOCO FOCOISM!" Mb. PiiiLura—IJshhll prpe(*d in my examination; ofthe loco foco toasts dftuilc iii.the vicinity of this borough on the4tli,withoutnny'tlrcomlocutionorapaS?. log?-about it.'by first jntroducingtoyour readers tho high-sounding sentimentgiven ¦ - "" .'• ¦ J}l So)mp°-*™<i—Gen. David It. Porter: Pos-Su„,f,, ° "n,0»'btctl talents,-sti-ict integrity, and Sd^SfrS?" '"''""I""', he. was selected as„our From the facts that Col. Cornman was one of tlio vice presidents at the celebration, and that he exeri Cises great influence in the management of (the party*' afl'airs,- to whose opinions his colleagues pay all duo deference, and in -whose judgment they explicitly ro-Iy.'-his toast is therefore worthy of serious consider* ation.' Yielding, however, to his superior judgment! his" well known discrimination in suchmatters, and lils.mathematical mode ofdemonstratin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

TIIE STATE DEBT. In our last we" stated that wo should this week hotice some of .the-.'falsehoods" published.-iii the "Reporter" of this placed in relaljiou to_.t]ie.Siate.J)ebt.:_jr-hat paper of the 2Cth inst. lfeiteratcs its assertions that Governor^ Ritner' has~incrcased" tfrft "§Iate Debt §5,506,416," and that at the end of the present financial year it- will amount to $30,551,852,32. . j^ore infamous falsehoods than the foregoing on the same, subject, were never-uttered. What are the facts? Why, 'according to tlio'i Auditor General's Report, (Dr. Sturgeon's,) for 1835, when Gov.. Ritner "caijiy; into office, the State Iiebt amounted to $24,955,435 56, and the re: port of the Auditor General, (Mr.-Hobert-'s) for,the' financiaryear ending 31st pf-October, 1837, shows it at .that time to have been $24,021,924 14—LESS BY $»«,-3 8 O 82 THAN BEFORF/GOV. RlTJSTER'S TERM COMB1ENGED. Iii ;ttesejimpuivis)l!pwevei;,ar.ejnclu items wliicli cannot be considered as formjng a part of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

THE RESUMPTION OF SPECIE ' '-- PAYMENTS. . • The effect of Gov. Ritner's Prcclama? lion in bringing about a general resu.mptiox of specie payments, is the best coin-, nient-that can be offered on the desperate efforts of the Portcritesto pursuade.the people that it was a mere piece of political trickery, gotten up to secure the rc-clectioiv of its author; and we cannot but hope, that this glorious result wHf" tend 'to restore the sight of those, who have hitherto'been too much'blinded by'party Zeal, to see on what th,eJT_qwn...iniere^ consisted the main stay of the Common-.wealth's- r/rosperity? 'Gov. Ritner's enemies luive not been slow in availing themiselves of what may nlriiost ¦ be regarded as a rule iii"political warhire.niamely, to attaeli some sinister.design to ever^r measure adopted by an opposing party, that proves to be From the Westmoreland Intelligencer* .RAILROAD. Mr. Editor—On the 4th of June last, a letter was addressed to the board of canal commissioners; o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

" —-^ ._-,- Tlie People's Candidat.es, FOR PRESIDENTr- - Njysiv iat-- m&miM&®st FOR GOVERNOR, " aftoiBOppot'i^^^siriaiBP. The. W'ashingtontouiity Farmer, miiVHiiSli *-^— ¦¦ --""¦'nfirtilililHliiitfli

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

MARKETS. Philadelphia, Jci.t 30; 1838. ^ FLOUR AND MEAL.->rhe Flour market continues calm and prices steady. Sales of Ohio inspected flbnr for home use, at $6; Pennsylvania $6,50 for good brands; sour Ohio $5. Supplies of all kinds very small and, not much demand for export; fresh ground Pennsylvania sells at $6 75; Rye flour, small safes at $4, per bbl.-r-Corn tneal, sales in bbjs. at $3, andih'hhds. at $15,50, Jand. for Brandy wine 810,50 each. ' 7/\ - GRAIN;—The market has been rather quiet',,and,, in Wheat the sales have been limited. About 3000 bushels of good old crop Pennsylvania were, taken, at $1,33 a on the Schuykill; some inferior at $1,25 to 1 "28, and prime Ohio 91,50. per bushel.-— a Jot'-0_f. good newSputhern, at.$l,40^. Rye. ¦ —holders ask higher, but no sales of any have transpired.; Wequdte .Pennsylvania at 75 to 80' cts. Corn—there has been some demand from New York, but none from the Boston Market.. Sales of flat yellow/at 63 to 6.7; andwhite 61 to 6...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

ORPHANS' COURT SALE. IN pursuance ofa decree ofthe Orphans' Court of 'Cumberland county, thei-u will be sold <m the premises, on " ' Thursday the 30th of August. Next, ¦ nt 12 o'clock at noon of said day; by public vendue, •A Tract of Land, situate in Dickinson Township, Cumberland county, bounded by lands bf Emanud ^ Lihe, William MoorcVlieirs, Nathan Woods, and die tract of land next''below "described," containing One Hundred and Fifty Eight Acres, One Hundred and Twenty Perches and allowance—Having thereon erected _. 3 Dwelling: Blouses, jK/ffeA. AND TWO STABLES, f|j||l$ with a SPRING HOUSE over n fine f^^^j spring of vyater. The Yellow BrecchesCrcek runs through a part of this tract... . About one hundred acres of said land arc cleared, a portion whereof is fine meadow land, die residue of tlie laud is in excellent timber, "i. • *¦-." < This land is patented,"and is of good quality limcstone soil. ¦ . -AisQ~-AnothcrFract of.Latrd," adjoining theaboNc, situate i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 31 July 1838

VICTORY ARENA. OR NICHOLSVEXTEJVSITE . -..; ' ^flR©yf. T''.- ' MIt NICHOLS most respectfully announces to to the inhabitants Of CAM,iSLE,.that his Circus 0 open for their amusement, on Tuesday and Wednesday the 14.'A and 15th days ofjliigust. "The entertainments' will commence with' a Superb Cavalcade and Allegorical Ueprese'ntations ofthe Four Quarters ofthe Globe, ' America,liurope, Asia apd Africa; Bho<vfng-a fflite^ cessiotfor intricate Manoeuvres, with. Eight Beautiful andhigfily trained Horses, and actually performihg the dilHcult mazes' of theyWaltz and Star Dance, with various other difflcult,Feats which it would seem td requird the human mind to execute;. • The public mnv rest assured t\m( every thing here announced will actuaUy.be performed. ' Mr, J. yB. Roberts, the Celebrated Equilibrist! Will be introduced, who will go .throughthe whole bf his Astoriishing~Pcrformaiiees. Tliose who have not witnessed tlie astonishing Feats of Mr. Roberts, it is proper to stat...

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