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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 March 1838

SSCTKSI -'-AWAJ w-5 -..cAg'l"" fe' f if 2 " v.:'i h 5 jr PUBLISHED WEKKLY. BY ukukek. A. Monnn, pkopiuktoiis. TEI'M: 5uifn)io, five dollars a car, pavb!a in aliVico; Uuilitm;, one dollar a iqu-arc far the Grit Insertion, ami filtjr cents for rai h continuance: eiirht l.iis, or 1. n, is conidivul a square. Marriaceamt obima-v notices of more than three lines each," cards of pas,-. liters, ami an- nouncements of candidate for political ctTu ei, will be charged at the common rate of advertising. AGENTS I'OIl TIIE TELEGRAPH In the United States Edward url r.ins. J. S. Kelly & Co., Book: Ala. in iexas Bailv, Gat Hoiky, WnsSjinetoa SfVrJ Col. Ulo. W. pOE, Columbia. Tueodoi Bin- jij&j AW TEXAS REGISTER. Lake creek. Judgi Usuek, Texana. 'E. T. unn..., jjiutrLj. jus. uowe, ?jn A(icnswnj. VSJ ' All advertisements to fpaiuioriuuuiun.... . . vv...,uulat1 miua, ur joaairojj. , tf-Sfr p-Al'li.i'JM 'W l-iiJWtfUWH'itaigM iJ fi.V -f' J. Sri 5 'Jl . ttiuxTtjbsrf&i :ellcrs, ,Mobfierv'S'i? ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 March 1838

s&stt "i V 4 - 1 ftj&ft V -i.t r ' I &1 &JW r .sttji i rVA.4. WAiiu-NOTON Crrv. Jan. 27, 1638. JThe relations betueen this country and the Republic of Texas aro about to form a subject of ecrioii3 delibera tion in Congress, thougli, as ou have seen, the President avoided any notice ot them in h:s annua! Message, it ii Hot to be inferred from the President's silence on the sub- ject, that either he or his administration, or the people at jt" - largo .arc indifferent to it. On the contrary, no one ot j Vv"- (he many questions winch nniv agitate us occupies a tarcer snare oi nuuuc attention ami micrcM, man incnn- "nexation of Texas to the Union The President, doubt- less, ccnsidsird that public fcntinieut sho'ild precede e- ccutii e recommendation on i q at.. ini of so much impor- tance nud delicacy. There arc, besides the quest? ' of immediate annexa tion, manv other points of view in which our relations "with Texas intercut itu Conner.tcn as Texas is, and al- J m $&am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 March 1838

C"ff r m L ti- m- .r u L X' r r;l "Ml v i i 3 o-PartncruIi iu the Practice of the X A W. Q &. A. M. TOMPKINS, haie Liken into their Co-Part- O. nership, Jo::.v Scott, Counsellor and Attorney at Law. Od r uf th nartner will always be found at their Unice. S. & At 31. TIMIKIWS .V iCOTT. Homtotf, March 10,'38.-'17-3t SHERIFFS SALE. TTTTiftae of an execution to me directed by the honorable , JLJ County Court of fliirrisburr county, I will expose to j fublicSileal the courthouse, in the city cf .Houston, on Mon- 1 day the 23rd dai of April next, ail the right, title, interest and j claim of J. G. Welclimyer and Michael De Chauim, in and i - ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE. THE undersigned haling obtained letters of adminis' tr.-itmn on the estate of Giles A. Giddins deceased i:,.. ; lipmhv men to all persons having claims arainst said estate, to present them duly authenticated, within the time prescribed ny law, or tnei win ue barred. And all those indebted to f-siid estate will make immed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 March 1838

prrv-gi juf- - -f,y &'&&J3?Zf, WVSW?' ?-s y- V 3 s.ar?;vss ,. iitnf-A V m i' .r- HJ " J si ff &S?t2" "X J'lIN ' Kiost or Stolen, rSs .Sl-A.TOfcRYXFJCATE issued to the.subscriberby the secrot.iry fftfA - i m-wnr'forlSSOacref ofJnnd: No. 1157, .dated December athllKl? WAOiJbti imuriim..... tooastjn, I es. am, isoo. ". V U3-t J- CHOICE LAKJ3S FOR SALE, , . tho vibssriber. the following-described tracts or Wm parccls-ef land, on tho most icisi.nable terms: raw fflne third of a league of land. Minuted oil Me west KfittSn otthe San Jacinto river, nbn.it ih e leagues abov e Ri :lL2'AtST:Krr,- !,; tt,.l7u.i! tlm-d nr lands smutted Amy 1F?iuV; in the first pcttlcmcnt uf the country. f rv, i,lf l,n,. nf In nil r.n Ttr.iv's ba)U. the SMllO ktnne half of leasrtic' "ranted to Luke Moore, includ- it-Sti.timlK;r on bolhsuies of the bayou, und not more than roe and u nail miles irora xioiisimh. Gno half league of land on tho eastern maigtn of iho "SaT"oinlo river, being thejovver ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 March 1838

AGENTS FOR THE. TELEGRAPH. In tha United States Edwakd Hall, Nr Orlennt. J. S. Kh.lt 4 t'o.r Bookrtllsrti Mobile Ala. ' . 'J In Teftas Bailtt Gat it. IIoXET, Waihington. Col. Glo. V. Pokt Columbia. Tbiodokc Bkh- utt, Brj7oria. V. W. hkmxd, Montgomery Lake creek. -JiiiIcp Units, Tcxoua. Bsa.ncu, Liberty. 'Jos. Rons, San AuUiUne D. C. CtMNoiMi!t'Minal or Bastrop. J,ypp WAR: (3 II TE I-AS HE&ISTER 1 All aUTerusemcntsto uepaia jnr numanrc ,-&a&um ,jmssaKG33aammmmmmmmf t sugiajn.fek.tawt-- j . j. tfAi-'1ajagjiuliM;5Jjai- '-ltl"'-bwjam -mn-i y MMJjf - w atvajaamjH g jf p j , . je JW M JfT T TO JVO. 11T aSSSKE3WK'H: 3B35S5gSSBB3?3BS553853iiiSSFV PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY CKUGER Sl MOORE PROPRIETORS. TUIIMS: Subscription, ne dollars :i year, pay.ililc in advance. Jldrerliimg, one ilollar a square fur the first insertion, and fiity cent9 for fich coiilinuaiicc: eight Hn, or less, is considered a square. -Marriage and obituary notices of more than three lines each, cards of passengers,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 March 1838

JOINT RESOLUTION For the relief Charles Durochn. Resolved,by the senate and -house of represen- tatives of the republic of Texas, in congress assem- bled, That the auditor be required to audit an ac- count of Charles Durocha, the sum, of one hundred anU ttwo dollars to be paid out of the funds to be appropriated for the payment of tbe civil list. .-' - JOSEPH HOWE, Speaker of the house of representatives. M1K.AB1SAU li. LAJUAK, President of the senate. 'Approved, Dec. 14, 1837. SAM. HOUSTON. BBtswr. JOINT RESOLUTION Supplementary to "a resolution for the relief of Sam uel Williams. Be itrcfolved by the senate and house of repre- sentatives of the republic of Texas in congress as- sembled,' That the amount authorised by a joint re solution, to lie paid to Sam. Williams, be paid in the promissory notes of this government, as intended, though, not clearly expressed in the resolution al- luded to.. ' " JOSEPH ROWE, r - Speaker of the house of representatives. k - S. H. EVERITT, .' Presi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 March 1838

I s y IT i? I R I w jMst or .Stolen, AC-IKTIFJCATfi jii1 to Hie subscriber by thesecn't.iry ofwar for 1230 acres orland: No. 1157. dated December Dtli 1837. DANIEL UNDEIUIILL. liousto.-i, Feb. Dili, 1S38. '13-t " CHOICE LANDS FOR SALE, Y the subssriber, the following described U-.tcts or parcels ol land, on the most reasonable terms: One third of a league of land, situated on the west iiargin of the San Jacinto river, about iic leagues above Lynchburg, being the lower third of lands granted Amy White in Ihc first settlement uf the country. One half league of land on Bray's bayou, the same " being one half of league granted to Luke Moore, includ- ing the timber on both sides of the bayou, and not more than one and a half miles from Houston. One half league of land on the eastern margin of the San Jacinto river, being theJower half of lands granted to William Whitlock, and Hear the first above described league. One league of land, less one labor, granted to the un- dersigned, and situ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 10 March 1838

i - JOINT RESOLUTION For the relief of W.S. Rendrick. '"Resolved, by the senate and house of represent- atives of-the republic of Texas in congress assem- bled, that the sum of one hundred and sixty-two dollars, be allowed to W. S. Ilendrick, for extra Services rendered the first congress as door keeper, and that this resolution be a sufficient voucher to the auditor of public accounts to allow and audit the tame. JOSEPH ROWE, Speaker of the house of representatives. S. H. EVEIUTT, -. ' President pfo tern, of the senate. Approved, Oct. 25,. 1837. SAM. HOUSTON. - JOINT RESOLUTION For the relief of'VugaldBrotcn. Resolved, by the senate and house of represent- atives of the republic of Texas, in congress assem- bled, that the auditor be, and he is hereby direct ed to audit the claims of Dugnld Brown, ior the eum of seven hundredand seventy dollars.- - ; . JOSEPH ROWE, Speaker' of the house of representatives. '.' S. JJ. EVERITT, ,. President pro tern, of the senate. T .Approved, Dec. 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 March 1838

PUiU.ISlIED WEEKLY, BY CRUGEIl & MOClKUj PKOl'IHliTORS. TOl-M.!.. Subscription, five dollars n vcar, ijyui)te in ndv.ii.cc. dccrlisi7ig, nnc dollar u eipi.irc for tlic lir-t insertion, and fifty crnts for mcIi rorftimnlK"!': tight lim , or less, i considered a "quire .M.irrijge.uifl oliiluurv iiulicTSTSfifiore "than three lines each, cards of passengers, and nn- noTincemcnts of candidates for polilic.il oliirr, nil) b6 charged nl thecommon rates of aihirtisiii.:.. &&- a F$ftf5&7&i. iSKMSn OtfS? im ibP W lie for xim'TMEGjikeril i In the United State Edward Haij New"' Orl cans. J. S. Kelly &. Co., BookreUersJ Mobile1 la. '" ' - - " In Texas Bm.v, Gay A- Hoxet", Washington; Col. Gro. W. Poe, Columbia. Theodore Bbs mtt, Brazoria. W. W. SnEPARii,wMqntgomerj) Lake creek. "'Judge .Usiifii, Texaria." E.T,- Branch, Libert. "Jos. Kowr, San'rAtijustine- D. C. Cunvixciivji, Mina, orjBastrojK iiifi4- . uinar. i tzs. :. .vs.- .v,v 1CA TEXAS RECrlSTIR -All advertisements to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 March 1838

KOSCIUSKO, TOIJS HBKO OP POL A.KD. Kosciusko ii a name dear to every American. His no- ble efforts for our Independence are recorded in the histo- ry bf the Revolution. To recapitulate and dwell upon them here, would be a pleasure; but our design is mere- ly to furoih a brief memoir of -ih it illustrious patriot. Containing some particulars which, we believe, are not generally known, our sketch will not fail to interest the reader. -. Jhaddeus Kosciusko was born on the 12th of Febru- ary, 1746, at the chateau of Siemnicwiezo. Of a noble, though not very .illustrious family, he was e irly initiated in the science of war, at the military xeh ol of Warsaw. la his youth, his affections were cngigod to the daughter of "the Marshal of Lithuania, but cwsed in his lve, he saw her married to another, Prince Lubomirski. He then went to France, and onhis'rcturn applied to Staniflais for a military appointment, but w.is refused, bec.iu-c he was a favorite of Adam Czartoryski, whom Stanislaus ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 March 1838

f-a?. REFORM OF THE ENGLISH CURRENCY. From 1810 to 1818, the average amount of bank paper and of specie in the currency of England was 216,- 000,000 of the former, and 2625,000 of the latter. The reforms introduced by Parliament effected such a change that in 1833, the proportion stood thus : of paper 125,- 000,000,of specie 12! ,828,000. The difference in the first period between the two kinds of currency 335,- 625,000; difference fn the latter period only 4,172,000. It is curious to observe how nearly alike in amount arc the aggregates of the two periods, which proves that a country will not .tolerate more than a certain, though va- rying amount of currency, of whatever it may be com- posed. All attempts to multiply wealth by the mere in- crease of paper arc not only vain, but in a high degree pernicious. Globe. " OBITUARY. Died, on the 4th February last, on Galveston Jilatnl, after a paiaful and lingering illness, Capt. Hoasics P. Cuimiiuir, - late of tbeTexian army. The deceased...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 17 March 1838

- $200 2BW THE above reward will he paid by the subscriber tetany person or persons -who will-deliver over to the Sheriffs either of Fort Bend orHarrisburg counties, ohVWlLLIAMT H. HOWARD, who lately taught school in this vicinity, and one PEWETT, formerly in the TexiarT Army, both of 'them stout built with the three 'Horses stolen by them from the plantation of the .subscriber on'the morning of Tuesday- the 20th of Febru- ary last, lo wit: OnelargeAmerica-i.Bay horse, three years old, hid a scar-oh either side of his neck and a dint on his right staigh--One'small Spanish paint horse, brand not recol- lected, six years old, has a w lite spot on the left side of the neck, white hoofs and saddle marks on his back. Also a large dark brown horscjibout sixteen hand "KghTeigh't or riine'years old, with a small wh'itc tar on his forehead, has Black hoofs, a white spot on his. back, and three small white streaks down near his side resem- bling a man's three fingers, which was occasioned by ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 March 1838

fr AGENTS FOR THE TELEGRAPH. In the United, States Edwam JIau. Jieic Orleans. J.S.KeiAt & Co, Booktelleri, Mobile In'Teias BiLT,'Gr'4: IIoxbt, Washington. Col. Geo. V. Poe7 Columbia. Thiodom!' Bts- ?ett, Braioria. X. V. Suemmj, Montfomerr Lake creek. -Judge Usuu, Texana. E. T Branch, Liberty. - IBs. Howe, San. AuUltine 1. C. CusvivaiiAU, Mini, orf,Batrop. "J .J PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY CRE4l & MOORE, PROPRIETORS. TERMS: Subscription, five dollars a "year, .payable -in -advance Jdtcrlismg, one dollar a tqunrc fortlw first insertion, and fifty cents for njeh -Continuance: eight line", or less, is considered square. Marriage and obituary notices of more 'than three lines each, cards of passengers, and an- nouncements of candidates for political offices, nill be charped at the common rates of adi ertisinp.. AKTB TEXAS REGISTER. r -- HUVCt Wtll5m lUUr JJUIU IUI 1U uuiuuvv 'snnHBBBisMMnM mssMtuiiiiiJtiaBaLMMJtWi jua- aj-uli a "fan'jij VOIi.lII.-NO.I5. WHOIiE NO. 119. WE LABOR FOR OUR ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 March 1838

From the American Almanac. tCHEd,NlCLE OF EVENTS. Fsom August 1836 to September 1837. fThViiguTes on the left designate the day of tho month. '.i ; . AUGUST, 1836. 4. The famous bell at Moscow, iho largest in the worWfSSl'feetin height, 23 in diametcrj aud weighing 432J6flfti000l6J, Englisfi weight, raised from the ground where itjiad long Iain. P13. The English Newspaper Slam.) Daties Bill pns- edreducinglh"eb!uty on newspapers from three pence to one penny.-- - " 13. The Queen "Regent of Spain is compelled "by a mditary insurrection at St. Ildcfon-to, to cccpl tho con- stitution of 1812, which is proclaimed al Madrid, i-nd an ultra liberal ministry is officially announced, with M. Calatrava President of the Council. 22.' Tho .British Parliament is prorogued by Iho King inperson. ,22. The isth annua meeting of tho British Associa- tion for the Advancement of Science, composed of 1,280 members, commences at Bristol, rnd continues a week. 25. The French Ministry, Thiers at the head, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 March 1838

J V 4 m all the shops in London being closed, and bwsiuess goner- ally suspended. - .. 17. The British Parliament prorogued by the Queen in person ;" and a proclara ition is issued dissolving it and directing new writs of election to be issued, returnable on the 11th September. 19. The railroad, from Baltimore lb Wilmington, Dela- ware, by way of Havre de Grace, formally opened to the public. 20. A political commotion in Mexico, in consequence of President Bjstamejite having dejnanded a loan of $5,O0D,to0 of the clergy. 21. Afire at Albany-does considerable damage. AUGUST, 1837. 2-4.' "Hurricanes do great damage at St. Thomas, St. Bartholomew's, and other West India islands. 7. A scaffiMing and part of a suspension bridge erect- ing over the river St. John's, -about two miles above the city of St. John's, in New Brunswick, fal , and 10 or 15 men are killed. 11. A train of passenger cars, having about 200 pas- sengers, and a train of burden cars, run against each other on the Portsmo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 24 March 1838

Qd-Tftrtnerahip in the Practice o the LAW. S'tCAl M. TOMPKINS, have taken into their Co-Part-. nership, John Scott Counsellor and Attorney at Law. One of the partner. wiH alwa. aUhdr O. Honrton, March 10, '38.-U7-3t ADMINISTRATOR'S AVTIVK. nnHE undersigned having obtained letters of adminis A trati3n on the eBtateof Giles A. Giddins deceased, notice is hereby given to 'nil pors-ms h-niiig claims againstsaid estate, to present them duly authenticated, with'in.the time prescribed by law, or the will be barred. And all those indebted to said ostate will rniko immsdia'e pavment or suit will be com'nencoa against them. y J WILLIAM B. GOODMAN. Houston, March3,,38.,16tf wnni Hoof Hides. Peltries &c rflHE subscribers wish to purchase any quantity of A the above articles, for w hich the highest price -will be (riven in cash or provisions Sfc. B II. R. ALLEN & Co. Commission Merchants. ' Honston, March 3, 38.-16tf flfc BARRELS Potatoes and 20 kegs butter, ro- jgd ' ceived and for Sale...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 March 1838

CM AGENTS FOR THE. TELEGRAPH. In the United States Edward Hall, 'New Orleans. J.S. KeiLy Ic Co.,"Bookellers, Mobile Ala. , " In Texas BulyGay & Hoxey, Washington. Col. Geo. V. Poe, Columbia. Theodobb Hkk- nltt, Brazoria. W. W-.Siiepard, JJontgomery Lake creek. -Judge Usufe, Texana. E. T Branch, Liberty. Jos. Rove; San "Augustine D. C. Cbvmnghvsi, Mma, otf'Bastrop. PUBLISHED WEEKLY, BY .nnnnpR & MOORE, PROPRIETORS 'TEHXlSiSubscriplion, fie dollars "i a.vear, iloflar a pay li- ;.. .i,-,f-p. .flarmunifi, I J ... f A .nrnfi'nn -inil IlltV ItUIC 111 iwi" - . - cents for conlinan.e; eigU in. or less, considered inrrii"c and obituary notion ol more a square. AN TEXAS REGISTER than three lines eacn, caruso, pa -..-. - - o , r.- ..-,-c nml nn- nniinciments ol canuuuiu;. n (,,.... .- , hechareeJ at the common rates ol advert."...?.. All ndieruseiueiii." u.- yu.-. - - ,,', run I,, i ....i..mii j wmli j ui.wiuaaBi HOUSTON, .SATKIlBAy, MARCH 3J, 1838. VOfc.lIIO.lG.-WHOME WO. 120. WE LABO...

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From the New York Morning Herald, Jan 52. MONEY MARKET. Tho week ended quietly. The agitation of the new financial measure at Washington the discussion of the small note law at Albany and the mission to Philadel- phia on the matter of resumption, are tho disturbing forces of this moment. All new enterprises will be avoided until some or all of these measures hav e been decided on. Their pendency very naturally keeps capi- talists in abeyance. Commercial affairs, therefore, arc very quiet. The banks move not at all old engage- ments only are liquidated. Yet in the midst of the piusc there is business doing; but it is (ho real b:is:i-c-s o: life, such as cannot be delayed. The best evidence oi this is the continued importation of specie. The Isaac M'Kim arrived on the 19th at Biltimsrc, from V.il -arui- so, with $75,000 in specie, a part uf which iF dn.'-liiic.l J for this city. In tho midst ot nit o ir uimeuuics, r.a mci developes the truth, that our foreign tiv.de p r-sossjs tin- ge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 March 1838

nre l.cfotc the world, and by reasons winch have me sanction or all enlightened freemen are as reluctant to ceimirc as they have been free to sympathise in our struggle ngainst the conjunct powers of the sword and the mitre. . . 1 am uot sensible of any important point of public inte- rest that could be promoted by opposing the elccUon ot General Lamar. That he will advance the common wel- fare to the utmost of his abilities, no one that knows him will doubt. That ho will remedy such of the abuses as may be remediable, and correct many of the evils that have resulted from the unhappy dissoluteness, and the TOpricious,- prescriptive asperities of the present incum- bent, there is every assurance that habitual fcobnety, u steady patriotism, a rigid regard for the truth, and an in- flexible integrity, can furnish. Fortheseand other considerations, gentlemen, 1 have lhoTiht it my duty to decline a canvass for that high and honorable office; and 1 trust that you, and such of our fellow-c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Telegraph and Texas Register — 31 March 1838

tX-M.T NOTICE. mflE umlerueneil takes this method of in for ruins the public i that ho intend! running a Keel Boat regular in the Trini- it Auvcr irom viuciuuuli vu auuuuuc, nun win oe ill uic iii.ii;i place by the55thinst. I DANIEL E. BROCK, march 15 ' 19-3 VinfcAS removed his Drug and Mnniei.vE Store opposite Mr. Ufil .Fiord's, on Main street. He has received a considerable .addition to ihis establishment, which renders it nearly com plete, andisdetermined to sell every article in ins nneou mod- crate lerms. i Da. ,Evam attends to the nraetice of Phvsic and Surgery generally, and from long experience in the .-'oath and North nonmtn nhtnin n nhnrpnf nnhlin nntronaiTe. . N. B. Country Merchants, Physic-in:., &--, arc requested U call and judge for themsclv c's. Prescription-! .accurately pre- pared. March, 17, -8.-'IS-St 'ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. JETTERS of administration having bejii granted to the J subscriber upon the estates of Robert '.Vilkins an I John Jennings, deceased . ...

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