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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 27 June 1845

I READ ME THROUGH ! ' CHEAP CASTTAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, AND GENERAL CLOTHING STOKE, TAMKS .MITiliniil.. lir.icr and Tailor, J lias ri'turiuil fioin New Voile, vt. till a good assort ment of (muds in h e lino, melt as f'reurh Coiil lllnck Cloilis and Cnsiiniercs j American and Knulish llluo Black do do American and nnitli-h Tweeds j Knney Cnssimens, variety of patterns j lllnck Satin and oilier Vesting Trimmings of nil kinds, Lest quality. Tho nbove Goods mil bo sold, or mai'e up to order in xi'ehnl i-ntnntr, at such (irifi-a ns cannot lad to present inducements to porclinscrp, J. M. Ins beun bilionm.' for some few years to ex eel in tlio hue of his piofession, and now feels tint confidence t lint liecin confidently say thai llisbirc I)' possible fur a customer to leave his shop dissatisfied. Al-n, on hand n pincra! assortment of READY MADE CLOTHING Well made. Any known defect in a irnrnunt will be made known at the lime of silc, as I nm df sirous of continninir the twin, honorable ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 July 1845

rate i1h NOT TUB GLOKY OT C3S Alt 2-U T TUB W 13 X. T A E OP HOME BY II. B. STACY. B U R L I N T ON, V H U M O N T, F U I D A Y, JULY 4, war,. VOL. XIX No. 5. " Whatsoever thou flnclcth to du.do it with tlij might.' Darkens thy path before Ihcc7 Press on, still undismayed, Heaven slimes resplendent o'er thee, Though earth is wrapt in shade. And Ho thy Trust, hath given, Willi word from swerving free, The angels of high Heaven, A charge concerning tlice. That thouth Ihy feet may falter, K'en in thy being's mum, And from Hope's burning altar, Thy light may seem withdrawn j Thou yet shall I less in sorrow, The chastening of the rod, Proving thy suro adoption As the beloved of God. Kor from thy self-prostration, Thou shall awake in power, From tears and lainenlalion, To conquest every hour. Strong, in thy perfect weakness", Thy strength shall never fail, Mighty, in holy meekness, Thine arm shnll e'er prevail. From Pisgah's lofty summit, ISthold the promised throne, Press on till thou ba...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 July 1845

IPIFJIB IPIBIB8B Prom tho Boston Daily Advertiser and Patriot. OODENSBURGII KAIL ROAD. NO. IV. No ncrson can hive rend the three preceding num ber! without being satisfied that the facts, huwever imperfectly stated, most cle.itly make out n prima jacit case. Most renders have probably been rur prised that this project has not before been pressed upon the citizens of lloston, and so strong is the evi dence, that one is di posed to look about and inquire whether there mav not be some mistake in the mat ter. There is no mistake. Tito whole truth has not been told. Facts upon facts might still he staled in confirmation of those already adduced, while not a single objection of the slightest importance can bo brought forward in opposition to the project. There is no way of selling nt the weak point nl n ca-e so certain as by npplvimr to it opponents. Now the city of Portland, and all Central and Southern New York, consider this undertaking as directly at war with their interests. Portland...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 July 1845

In Millon,on lhe30ih ult.by Rev. Mr. Dougherty, M. Edward W.Pc,ofllicflrmofJ.& J. H. Peck if Co., Burlington, to Harriet, eldest daughter of Joseph Clark, Esq. ofM. In St. Albans, June 11th, by Rev. Orris Peer, Mr. Haitar It. Hall, of Chaiy, N. V., to Miss. Lvdia Miirill, of South Hero. In this town, on the lBih inst., Mr. Wm. A. HliiAiD, gti 25 years and 10 months. In Ottawa, III., on Sunday evening, tho Bth ult., bout sundown, Dr. Harmon Hcjubut, aged 40 years. Wc make this brief and simplo announcement with lad and heavy heart. In the death or this amiable and truly good man, our town has met with a loss which we fear will never be repaired. All who knew him, and his acquaintance was extensive, will unite wnn us in me sentiment uiai lew men in mcir nd gencrstion have lived more useful or honorable lives, or left behind them more eloquent testimoni als of the high moral qualities that distinguished their career on earth. As a physician, his loss is truly a heavy stroke. Regula...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 4 July 1845

' lie touched his harp, nml nations heard entranced.' run ivii'i:n aih'H.ii.. Von took me, William, tvhcti a girl, Untu jour homo and heart, To bear, in all )o' r nfn r lift". A fond ami faithful part ! An I tell mo, have I ever tried Thai duty to forego, Or grieved because I Ind no jnv When you were sunk in tvucl No, I woul 1 ratlicr shire jour tears Than any other's glee, 1'or though you're nothing h the world, You're nil the world to nic, Tou make n palace of m y shed, This rough hewn beach a throne Tlurc's sunlight I'or too in jour smiles, And music in your lone. I look upon you when you sleep; My eyes with tears grow dim ; I cry, " O Parent of the poor, Look down ftom heaven on him ; Ikhold hint toil from day to my, Kxliaustuig strength and soul Oh I look in mercy on him, Lord, For thou canst tinl.o him whola." And when at last reviling Ieip Has on my eyelids smiled, " How oft are they forbid to olnso In slumber, by your child ! I take the little, murtmircr, That spoils my -pan...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 July 1845

NOT TUB OLOXIY OF OXJSAR BUT TUB WELFARE OF ROMS BY H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY H, 1845. VOL. XIX No. 6. THE SPIRIT LAND. A few evenings since, while absorbed in deep reflection upon the mysterious relation that ex ist! between the soul's present and futuro ex istence, on a sudden the gross, sensuous sub strstum of the outer world became gradually removed. The dim, shadowy outlines of earth ly things passed for a moment before me, like departing spectres, and then vanished ; and my bwn spirit, unburdened of its earthlincss, went forth into the pure spiritual realms, where there la nought but Deity. The heavens, in their shining splendor, vanished as if they had never been, and I stood upon a point cro time was B point in Eternity, surrounded with nothing but the boundless realms of infinite space filled with the pure, ethereal essence of the Uncreated Spirit. All was infinite and incom prehensible solitude, save the all-pervading presence of spiritual life. There ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 July 1845

V ARRIVAL OF JHE ACADIA, 1'lftccn Days Later from litiropca Tliu Steamship Acmliii nrrivcd at Boston on Wednesday evening, nt li.lf pint 10 o' clock,, making Iter pass.ieo in about 13 days 11 ml a h.tlf, not willist utidinrr Sonio detention, occasioned hy meeting with icebergs ; nnd bringing Livcrpaol and London papers to llio 19lli June, tlio d.iy of silling. Tlio Acadia brings S3 passengers, 67 from Liverpool, 1G fium lliilifiix. Among tliem wo notice Uishop Kunrick, of Phila delphia. Tlio Maynooth Hill wns nnin discussed in tlio House of Lords on die 3l and till of June, tlio nieas uro being denounced on the ono hnnd, " nil as n hoon to Ireland, I ut n surrender to Home," nnd commend ed on the other ns 'Singularly wise, bencvo'ent ond Christian, currying out tlio treat rule of doing to oth er" n s we would wish tli.it others should do unto u," and would he received with cordhhiy, mid as .in in dicolion ofn kindly vpiril liy tho mass of the people. There wero two discussions. On t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 July 1845

flTTFRV nun G.ooo in i Qui . 2H I 10 " 1.000 tf 10 of SSOO-IOof 8300-300 of 150, &c. itc. 18 Numbers, 14 Drawn llallols, Wholes S10, Quarters $2,50, Eiglitlu $1,25 Packages, do 92G0, do 8G5, do 832,50 POKOMOKE 11 1 V ERLOTT EU Y, OP DELAWARE. Class 145. To be Drawn at Wilmington, Del., Tut day, July 22, 1845. I Prize of SI 8,000 I 1 Prize of 81,500 I " 6,000 I " 1,132 i " -i.ouu i " 750 I " 2,000 1 2 COO 50 Prizes of $300-100 of S100, &c. Ac. T Numbers, 13 Drawn Ballots, TICKETS, S5 1 Halves 82,50 1 Quarters $1,25 Packages, do 8120) do $60 j do 830. Class 147. To be Drawn at Wilmington, Del., Thur day, July 24, 1845. 1 Prize of 80,000 1 " 2,000 I " 1,600 10 Each of 8100, 80,(0, Prize of 81,200 " l,19fl " 200 400 of S25, itc. &c. IS Numbers, 15 Drawn Uallots, TICKETS, 82; Halves, 81 1 Quarter., S0.50. Packages do 852 ; do 82G t do 813. D. PAINE & CO., MANAGERS, (Successors to James Phalin & Co.) The undersigned (Managers of Lotteries authorised by the Stales of De...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 11 July 1845

1 tic touched irtshnrp,nnd in lions ticnrd onlrnniTd.' From Toil's .toj;iziiie. STAN ZliS TC) I2NOI.AM). ' When the curse Heaven kerns for the haughty cmne over, Her merchants rapacious, tier rulers unjust, A id 11 ruin at last for life earthworm lo cover, The I.ndy of Kingdoms lay low in the dust.' Mouse. Too long it tin (li been snid and sung, Sly country, unto tlice, Thy hmner floats on every cnlc, Thy keil plouglis every sen i O'er every continent and islo Thino intlncncc is flun'.', And nolo spot on eiilli hut knows The accents of thy tongue; Not Home had wider spreading sway, Nor Greece, when Orccco was young. Too much thou hast cxnllcd bicn, Too inurli with pride of place, Thou hast been led to omween Thyself and all thy race; Thou hast grown proud and arrogant, While Fitting like a queen, Willi couchant lion hy thy side, Upon thy throne marine Not any one inisthl say Ihec nay, Nor come ihy will between. But what will History say of thco In some not distant day, When broken i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 July 1845

NOT TUB GX.ORV OP O S A R BUT THE WBX.FARB Of R O M B BY II. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VERMONT, FRIDAY, JULY 18, 1845. VOL. XIX No. 7. Prom Barllett's Walks about Jerusalem. TUB POOL OP SILOAM. A little above the fountain of En Rogcl, which leads up the valley of Jehosaphat, there is a mulberry tree of unusual size, with a raised ter race, a favorite stopping place for wayfarers and shepherds, who repose under its ample shade, whilo their flocks are drinking from a channel filled with water, conducted from tho Pool of Siloam, which is a few paces above. It was not without emotion that wo descended tho stops of tho fountain, worn and polfshcd by ages, and seated ourselves under the cool moist arch, a delicious shelter from the burning noon-day beams of a July sun, reposing our weary limbs, listening to the gentle current of tho "waters of Siloam, that go softly," anil drinking, with tho palm of our hands, from tho refreshing and lim pid stream. As the Arab women of the valley came down t...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 July 1845

'lom the Albany Argun, AIIiHOADS. The liiTcs'mcnt of the Surplus Capital of our Country social Influence of Itullronds. II it well known to business men ll.nl capital is constantly recking channels of imminent. There arefavurite kinds of investment which lor ntiino ftead ily command.the direction of capital. Thus for a te net of years, bank stocks were the favorite invest menu. In many cases, live and six times the whole anuunt of capital was subscribed by persons desirous of permanently investing their funds, but capital now teems seeking other directions. It I' tninifest from the indtislrinus character of our people, that capital will accumulate. It is difficult to estimate the exact per rentage uf increase throughout (he United Siaies, but tli.it it accumulates is inamfest from the erection uf new biddings and larger manu factories in nil sections of the country When asked the cause of the improvements now going on in every aection, the reply is readily made! Cap'unl is plenty, a...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 July 1845

t- $30,000 GhAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY OP DELAWARE AND tititlRGIA. Class 52. To bcdraten at Wilmington, Del., Satur day, July '20, 1845. Prlte or 830.OOO ' 10,000 " G,197i Prize o( 3, SOU 3,000 2,(00 4,000 1,500 EO of (30050 of 8250-G3 of 8200, &c. itc, T Numbers, 13 Drawn Hallots, Tickets S10. Quarters S2,50, Eighths $1,25 Packages, do 8250, do 302,50 do 831,23 POKOMOKE IUVER LOTTERY, Of DELAWARE. Class 150. To be Drawn at Wilmington, Del., Tues day, July 29, 1845. i PiUe of.sia.ooo I 1 Prize of &2.1T3 5 " . 1,200 1 p 3,000 1 2,500 30 Priies each of 8250, 8 10 " BUU 20 " 400 75, 81,25, 120 of 8100 &c. tS Number. 12 Drawn nallSts, TICKETS, 5 1 Halves S2,50j Quarters 81,23. Packacss, do 8125; do 862,50) do 831,23. Class 152. To be Drawn at Wilmington, Del., Thurs day, July 31, 1845. Prize of 8T.00O 2,000 Prize of 81,2 O ,150 1,000 l.UH 30 Each of 8150, 80, 75, CO, 60, &c &c. 78 Numbers, 13 Drawn nallot., TICKETS, 82 1 Halves, 81) Quarters, S0,50. Packages do 832 i ...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 18 July 1845

' lie touched tils linrp, and nations heard entranced.' From the New Hampshire Sentinel. "TIME I'Ij I US." How svvifl time rolls along, And hears ns onward still Scarce can vvehcar the song Of childhood's Minny rill, Ere fragrant (lowers no longer glow, Whero once they decked its gladsome How. Vontli recks not of the enre, That manhood's years .-hall bring, For life is thin so I'nir, Ho counts an endless Spring j Till the -Urn teacher sweeps away" Those golden tints that til decay. l'as on yo toil-worn hanil, Mowed down with length of years i With iinlicd step and hand, And cheek nil worn with tears, On to the gravel for there nbnc, 1" found the res! je ne'er have known. The linnililc stone that keeps Its record of the dust That mi lerncath it sleeps, Shall loo its sacred trust Time spares not e'en the lowly grave, From dark Oblivion's tidclcss wave. Vet there is One whose power Shnll stay his mighty tread t When comes the awful hour That vv.ilus thn slumbering dead, Anil rolls the ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 July 1845

NOT TUB Q L O II 7 OF 0 33 3 A n D VT TUB TO B X. F A IZ B OP BOMB M-H. B. STACY. BURLINGTON, VfJItMOaT, FRIDAY, JULY 25, 1845. VOL. XIX N o. 8. Communication. Ai-bubn, N. V., July Blh, 1313. Mr. Stact, I left Utica nnd arrived at Syracuse on tho allernoon of the 3d of July t found Syracuse a Bne, busy place ) put up at Rust's Hotel. The first Hotels west are more extensive than any 1 have vis ited away from New York. The view from the Ob servatories of Rust's Hotel, and from the Empire House, a new and splendid hotel jajsfinishing, near by, "over the canal," is very fine :-you have the Salt Works of Syracuso, Salina, &c., Onondaga lake, the Canal, city of Syracuse, village of Salma, and an extensive country around in full view for many milts in extent ; and il is a pleasant land to look upon. On the 4 111, the Mililaty, the Odd Fellows' Lodges in full regalia, and far better dress and appearance than at :hc late proce-ston in New Vork city, the Cold Wa ter Army, consisting of a...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 July 1845

Prom iho New-Yor' Tribune. July 19. TCIUUF1C F1IIR! TWO HUNDltni) STORKS AND UUILD1NOS ON F1IIL! VIVE MILLIONS OK IMtOlM'.ItTY DK-8THOVKDI--8RVRUAI, 1,1 VIW LOST 1 1 Ono of ike most terrific fires that ever occurred in lhi City broke out this morning nbout 3 o'clork. It citigmaled wo believe, in a Soop Clin nil lery in Now street and commutm-ated to tile store along side and thence In the rearof a building in Hroad slriet, which contained a large quality or silt petre. Tho explosion which took place Irom llie i!niiinn of this combustible matter was tieniendou, it was fell and heard in nlmost every part of the City niuo flimcs issuej thrnush the ruins and extended over the entire street, broad as it is, say 100 feet, and communicated the fire to the stores on the opposite side. Kngines No. S and 42. we believe were the first on the spot, and were greatly cxpo-ed nt tho time of the explosion, but t.one of the nvmbers, so far as we could learn, were seriously injured Three of No. 46 ar...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 July 1845

East Bloornfield ought to shame the citizens there enough to mako them turn out at once " en masse"' and put it In order. Tho cat. tie havo free access to the graves, anil tho stones are falling or fillon. I do not liko to eco neglected grave yard. Tho "old Meeting House" and tho Academy at West Bloomfield are ultl, not venerable. They how either want of harmony or want of Inter est in their outward appearance, being dilapi dated and shabby. I wish this might meet the eyes of some of her spirited citizens, and set them all at work to render tho Houso where .heir fathers worshipped, and tho house where their children are instructed, attractive and lovely, worthy of tho beautiful land where they dwell. Much interest is manifest in the dis trict schools all through this part of the country. I do think that the minds of tho young are more awake and mora thoughtful, and that moro at tention Is given to an extended and thorough education, than at any former period, if not throughout nur l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 25 July 1845

I te touched his harp.and nations heard entranced.' run msr.coMU hack. Sweet la the hour that brines in home, Where all wills-priiii to moot 119 1 tt'hrrc hinds 11 rc si rivin as wo come, To bo the first In greet in. When the world hull sppnt 111 frown' and wrath And care been sorely pressing, 'Ti8 sweet to turn from our rosing pith, And find a fireside bltssing. Oh, joyfullydair is the homeward Irack, If we are but sure of a welcome back. What do we reck nn a dreary way, Though lonely and benighted, If wo know Ibcrc arc lips In chide our stay, And eves that will beam lovo-lighted ? What is 1I10 worth ofa dimoml ray, To thoghncc tint fluhes pleasure 1 When ihe winds that welcome us hack, betray, Wo form a heart's clmf treasure? Oh, joyful deal is our homeward Irnck, If we arc but pure or h welcome back. Now ork AdyHs. j Wholesale IlcalcM In Domestic and iMPonTcns or rOHBIGN STAPLE DRYGOODS, Nor. 8j CuiMn Street, and 123 Broadway, NEW YORK. Ccv T7" HAVING now permanently lo . (X J.Y....

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 August 1845

.( NOT THE GLORY OP C ' S R BUT TUB WELFARE OP BOMB BUliLINGTON , VERMONT, FRIDAY, AUGUST J, 1845. BY II. B. STACY. VOL. XIX No. 9 Communication. Bi.teai.0, N. Y., July 14th, IS 15. In speaking of tho situation of the College buildings at Geneva in a former letter, I spoko of them as situ ated similarly to the U. V. M. buildings I they Iront towards the Lake, but are on the bank and near the lake. The situation is not as beautiful and sightly as that which our Collego buildings occupy at Burling ton. I was introduced to a Mr. 0. and family at Gene va, who kindly conducted seme friends and myself through his yards, garden, green-house, &c., where I had the pleasure of examining some rare and beauti ful plants, shrubs, trees and flowers. Amongst oth ers worthy of notice. I observed a "China Hose, or Seven Sisters," which had seven distinct and differ ent colored roses on single stems, and I iouiueJ forty roses and buds growing together in clusters on many parts of the bush. Of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 August 1845

Qpmioa ipibib! tub convention 01' tub self-styled democracy. TIio assemblage was not so great m wo had been led to expert from llm pro J i i'ltis bust lo which had been tnado about it, and thecxul.lng tone whicli'tlio annexation loaders in this region have recently assutner1. SVo were credibly in formed by a gentleman who undo an actual count in the forenoon, lint one hundred and twenty rank and file wore at that time present to the' convention there were probably more In the afternoon. Of leaders, timing whom we observed several who have recently been per mitted to tai-to the ncrlar of office, there was certainly no lack. Uut their sleek condition, their flossy broadcloths, ami the complaisant manner in which tlioy sported tiioir goiuen ap pendages, proclaimed them anything than the lovers of the masses whom they pretended to represent. The organisation of the Convention resulted in the appointment i f I.ovi U. Vilas, of Chelsea, President, severel Vice Presidents, all of whose nam...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 August 1845

$35,000 GRAND CONSOLIDATED LOTTERY OP DELA WAtlC AND GEORGIA. Class No. 54. To be drawn at Wilmington, Del.) Satur day, August 9, 1845. 1 Prize of 823,000 I 1 Prize o( too 1,000 ri " I " 876 1 6 " 1 7U0I 5 " ooo BOO 400 300 50 prizes of 3200, 56 of $100, &c. dec. 00 Numbers, 10 Drawn Ballots, 22 Tickets as a Package. Tickets $10, shares in proportion. P0K0M0KE RIVER LOTTERY, OV DELAWARE. Class 1G0. To be Drawn at Wilmington, Del., Tues day, August 12, 1845. 1 Prize of 830,000 I 1 Prize of 82. OOO 1 " 6,000 1 10 " 1,500 I 3UUU I 1U " 1,ITU JO Prizes each or S600, S100, S300, 8200. 110 ' S100, 100 of 830, etc. &c. IS Numbers, 13 Drawn Ilallota, 25 Tickets in a Package. TICKETS, 85 i ahares in proportion. Class 1G2. To be Drawn at Wilniincton, Del., Thurs day, August 14, 1845. Prize of 88,000 2000 Prlzo of 81,000 300 200 1,500 10 Prizes each of S173, $150, $123, $100, 300 of S30,&c 18 Numbers, 14 Drawn llallots, 26 Tickets in a Package. TICKETS, S2 1 shares in proportion. D...

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