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Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

THE COURTS Tin* being the T.'icatieu term in all the Courts, perhaps a sligbt notice of their various jurisdiction, the nanu-s of the judicial functionaries, officers, Jfcc , may not. at thN tune, j.rote uninteresting. Fir*t in ord^r is the SUPREME COURT ThU Court, nhich, as it- name implies, ov, the highest and most extended jurisdiction of any of the Stit* Courts, jxufiery considerable antiquity. Wiup u«rlr cmitenporaueous with the foundation o ' f the colou) h ' y WillUiu lVnn. It;> bench has Wen occupifj fnmi tune to time by the mu«t di-tingui-hwl lawyer-. «f the State, who looked to their elevation to it X-* tlie highe.-t tribute to their abilities Thomas MrKesn T\as the fir*t Chief Jii-Uce of thH Court after the Declaration of InJepeii'leme. ami *.ts HpiH>mtrd in July, 1777, ami eiiuUuui-d till 1797. when he H.i-.-iiceeeded ' W KdwaHfhij.pfii. aiiio-t>li-tiiifui-hettlawjer, and after hii.» comes the lnuu.ml nim.s uf Tilghman aud Gibson The pre-ent ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

J^MQCRATIC NOMINATIONS ,.' ¦.¦ FOR. GOVERNOR, H l .;/ WILLIAM F. PACKER, ~l -V " r OY XTTOOMINQ COUNTY. •SOU JUDGES OF,THt: SUPREME COURT, >•=;. WILLIAM STRONG, ' , rt "'. ' OV BKRE3 COUSTY. t;:; ,, . , JAMES THOMPSON, ^. iif } ;' - . OI t SBIB CODNTT. - %fc- ' '' FOli CANAL COMMISSIONER, l > ' . '¦ NIMROD ' STRICKLAND, ?£Vl'\t T ., ,0* OHESTER OOUSTT.. "Si*:.,) 1 ? . * BNM^^HMHI^MiM^^ " , ";': .tt3"Dr. R. Sbelton Mackex'zJE, well-known - intHo world of letters as on accomplished writer ..• upon, literature and foreign politics, will assist - in the editorial department of this journal. Knowing to an unusual press of advertisements at a late hour last evening, we are compelled ' . o omit some ten coliuns of letters from correspondents, and other intelligence.-

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

MODEL LET*ERThe reading of the following letter occasioned much applause at the celebration of tho Western Railroad excursionists, at Washington, on the 21st nit: TYASHlNaTOH, July 21,1867. Gentlemen:. X hayo had tho honor to receive your inviitiiibB to meet tho guests of the oity from the west;&-Ca*u3t' l>. Saloon, this evening, but I sincere!*jragi'et" that pressing engagements will deprive me of'ibla-privilege. I was most happy to give tMm.H'ObnJiel welcome this morning. E»nr6ad«»reJraly .said to bind tfco different portfon&ofthe Jlnlon together in bonds of iron, but neither itm «<«f, adwmtpt b so effectual for this purpose osiflha'iBa'pitttlotio heartafrom different and distant States' united together in bonds of mutual respect and affection, and in a common love for one whole, great and glorioiu country. Those bonds are always strengthened by such visits as we have received from our western friends, and 1 most heartily wish thorn safo and prosper...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

THE POST OFFICE. On our first page will be found a communication from a distinguished citizen of Philadelphia in favor of converting the building now occupied by the officers of the customs into a city Post Office. We have determined to abstain from all participation in the contest between the friends of special localities for the city Post Office. But it is clear to our own mind that a very large majority of the pcoplo of Philadelphia inclirie in favor of removing the Post Office from the present building to some one of the thoroughfares farther West.

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

There u to be an excursion this evening liy tho steamer Norfolk, Capt. Jas. Kelly, to Cape May. Tho boat leaves tho first wharf above Slarkot street, at 7 o'clock, A M. Returning, leave Capo May "t 7 o'clock, P. M on Sunday. The Captain is one of the most experienced pilots on the Dtifirvave, iiml a delightful trip may be antici-Tlfttud. HT" The AtUlress of the Democratic State Central Committee will be found on our Urst iwge.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

f|tf n s t ' ¦ ¦ '. ' ¦ ¦ ¦-- SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 1857.

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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

• - .. . : AERIVED ¦ SteamshiJ)' City of Kichmond' Milchellfrom Richmondvia Norfolk 30 hours, with mdm. and passengers to Thomas Wohster,3r. ' - . • . • Barquo Aielul , DaviB, . '4(lays from fernainbuco, with Bugnr to Thoa. A. Newholi S. Co. Barque .Minnesota, Cole, from Rio da Janeiro jTne la, with coffee to James Devereux & Son. " Brig Ihomos Conner, Oooding, 7 days from MaCanias, In haihut to captain. , ... Schr B. Watson, Robinson, 6 days from Salem, ir. ballast to C. Miller & Co. . Schr. Christopher Loeser, Snow, B days from Salem, in ballast to O. Miller t Co. Schr. Expedition, Carroll ,. 1 day from Smyrna, Del., with corn to Bewlcy, Wilson &. Co. Schr. Jane C. Patterson, Handfrom floaton. Schr. Isle of PinesFrench, from Egg Harbor. Schr. John Silliman, Clum, from Nowburgli. _ . Schr. Sarah Warren, Buttle1 day from Little Creek, Del., with whoatto Bewley, Wilson k Co.' Schr. Young America, Tuft, 2 days from Port Deposit, with wheat and bark to Bewle...

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Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

iUistel mncons IMP ORTANT IMPROVEMENT—N E »T <>AS CONbUMlNIi IL'llN ICK —C'UILSOS'S SEW CONK FUKNACV:, utter bum:; l,,-»n put to the u.Ost (it-vt re tvst, during the two f'ji P ~I\TEK3 OF 1^50 A*D 1S.17. ha-s proved to V tUe uwst f'"- tfui ii'-u-r in the wvrl'l, uiniu Id-i ' : to ^ tbe ftit-t nr»rin)- of the best fiiiii.u ' -, n'j.\ in ti ,. Till ^L Fui:-, \t ts a:e rtinstrufto,l wjlb .1 t tvt ir,,a ,..(, [nt.ait.la drfiil. *h-tU>tw paa, shaped tire put, linc-1 v.ith tin -hnt-l; nr ii-m stores Thu tin pot is surmotinU-d with a .-l.Rlt- of Co-,t-, ,ort^,x-rln^ ra- hattirs, lar-^e aul broad at tb- '.r b.we. but tarring to small aperture-tat the top. aud uniting with theanular chamber, through which the heat dnd smoke pass to the Hue Tul whole products of combu.tion in the form of smoleaM oases, arts suspended directly over the tirecon Ft>BD or compressed into the tapering Cgxks and t'oMl. \t'ALi r exposed to the direct action of the rj}« of heat aud I...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

tfoohc E LISIIA KENT KANE—A BIOGHAPHY, »Y\V[MilAM K1DKII. In iiiiiirxinciti^ Hit* Ijiie ol Dr Khdo, ffo me but nntin[>titing the vuihoK nf tlinusajid^ ami tens ol thoitsuiidH »1 the julmiicr* <>i that prciit imtn HavinK orun & ^errionn. l hiuiid "t tho dci pjismi, nnd i'iiioyinga liii^c tiiAib ol his ccmliilonci', Dr Kldor in "ell qiLiJi/icl to i\i> jicjtJen U> thp wibjert Thin iwirk will be issui'd in orns li.ind-ttMuc cu-taM* vottime, and »ill i-quul in oveiy rcH]n'cl tlit- mijiltImuIunion of " Arctic Exidnuitiims" recently [mblislicd, It will contiiin a new full-lace portrait, executed im htiMjl, ai well hs ongnn'inys «f his rt'-iidence, tooiub, meilai^ ^ ice In ordt'r to i,ive thh work a. lurgu circulation, it will l»e Hold at the ow price of $1 50. MOHK THAN $300,000 S(II,I) WITHIN NI.VK MUSTIH DX. RANK'S tiRKAT WORK, ARCTIC KXPIiOUATIONS, la now being trail by more thun two huudn'd thouwaii'l pi'iHoiit, old aid yuiuiK, ii'Hrm d ...

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Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

0oics bj) Unction JOHN IHVLIS, AuCTUm-Kil, NO. iW5 AKOII STHEET, foi'tumi T1II1U) AND FOURTH STHKKT.S. SALKS EVERV KVKMNG at R o'clock, Ol UimfD. MlinP4, Hiuenn<t t <laitfr-i.UH'dtrnip t Cutlery Wjitrhci, Jcnuliy, Hosiery, Wlujta, Tninks, Kaiii-y (Joii.lt, Ndtimiri, A.c, A.c N » TfiiM »>S NlfiJit Biilrjj, fonr munth* vtriit lor a)i|j]'oled (Jity »ccc|il.inccH, for ^uuirt of fIdO mil over nitli interest nd'Ied from date of i;ib' CAItD,—Out-iliior Mftlfs holivit«il of Hdiiiehnld Piirmture at dwL'Uings, Stocks of Uardwaro, Underwiiterrf' Hales of Hardware, Cutlery, 4c, CoiiiiiKuments holicited to lie fmld at the Auclmu It (mini Clmr^cs moderate. Apply (is above. Ad^uticcs made on Cuuii^niueuts of Quodit. ' aul lm Woluekt & Scott, Auctioneei.H, / IO-I CHESTNUT STUEKT, OPPOSITE ^p * .l. THK CUSTOM HOUSK. ovtween Fourth wwl Filth Siu-fti, CAUD \Vo invitu the early and particular attention of pui-chiist.,.; to the larjre and ^lu:ilde atwk «l cit\ iii:u1l&...

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Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

D INMORE's PHOTOGRAPHIC GALIjKRY_M. A. HOOTno well known over this country for hit) msslorly iiorfeetion in all brandies of thePHOTOUUAl'HIC AHT, Imviiiff disused ot h!n old Btnnd, liiH 0]>orators aro non making '• Hoot'H " stylo of portrait*, with Ml tho new improvements, at DINMOKE'S (U1XKUY,No TMC.lKfiTNUT fttcewt, third door below KIGIITH, which Miould l»e examined bv all tthn ndmirc thw delicacy of tone, the fidelity to nature, and truthfulu(,'»s of finish, whichpre-eminently di»? ( nguinlied the Operators of Hoot. aul.l* BEWAHE OP IMITATIONS, — H. h G. A. WI.KJHTS' OltKilNAI, FUAN'ail'ANM, OR EVKRLASTIN« I'EKFtT.UK. FiasaiPANsi KxTnAOTH, Frasqii-assi Voxjuie, " Hair Oil, " Skip " Tooth Powukk, " StriiKT. These new, e\i'KS»t mid rcrhtichc perfumerii'n nro fntm the laboratory of JK-i-rx. B. A (1. A Wright, SOLE OTlKSlNATOlliJ AND MANVFACTimKHS in thJK country. TIr* Perfume Fr.mgipftimi in an oriental liroduction, l*rouglit in its original state into this country, and ...

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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

List of Arrivals at the Principal Hotels. GIRARD HOUSE. A. Welch, Washington: A. O. Seaman, Washington A. (i. Seaman, jr., Washington; Samuel A. Gaylord. St. Lsuis; D. Z. Moore. Sacramento, Cal.; R. J. OarroorRichmond j B. vr. Donneli and lady, Mo.; William dumvwBt, AnuapoliB; J. P. Durfoyg r U£lUi»a*«-r- 1 V.-C TTeatherly and daughter, S, C; L. Townsend aud two daughters, S. C; H. K. Stevens, U. 8. A.: E. H. Stevens8. C.; ' R. G. Harper, N. Y.; J O. Wllslng, Cuba; D. £. Smail, York, Pa.; John Sneltlng and lady, Pa.; W. Ballflrd, Indiana; Mark WoilorAberdeenMisi.; E. AU'ouk't, Miss.; David Gibson and lady, Cincinnati; D. B.-ROb'irtsCincinnati; J. Isslc, Arrow Rock; L. LudODlus, V'hila.: A. H. Cameron, Bait; E. R. Hutchinson L Philadelphia; John A. TVelsor, YorkPenu 'a; W. D.-Dobblns. Arkansas; Col. F. P. Redmond, Arkansas ; W. G. Terry, Virginia; 0. 1£. Grovor. Kansas ; M. AHnngroCuba; A. De Xlmeno, Cuba; John Binford . S. A. Danforth and sister, Washington; Mrs. Cameron and two d...

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Id=187 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

Gljsppinq FO R LONDON—SATURDAY, August 1, 1837—Tho ne» packet bar.nie \CIIILLK-< U00 tons, Captain J. A. S|leddeu, Bill hail as abuve Cabin Passage 5", Second Cabin '" -jn Strerasi- IS I asseugers in Second Cabin and Sleeiat;.-, Ljuiid 1,1th pruvisliiiii ui'ennliuir to the Ameiicau Passenger Act For height or VMajgf, apply t,i aul THUS KIUHAKUiUIX ! . Co 57<OR LlVEUFOUlT-SATUK IUV " , ~ 15tii . Aiiuust.-Thephip I'llIHUEI.PllIA.Oipt. Chiw. F. Pocile. will fail as abtne. Cabin Passage $st> Seonid Culuil i'O ^ teenik't 1 18 rVM-mul CsvViin ana »t«erujje PASsenjjers furni^hi-d flith pioMriions, according to the American Pawjiiger Act aul TUPS. niCIIAlmSQN .V CO _ JOHN N. REEVES, ' (JAllPENTEp " - : AND IIIJIIjDER , I'ASSYUNK I1OAD, opposite County Prison. Oiders for Jobbinir promptly nttendeil to aul-lni 1VK HUFTY^AJIKRIC^CSr MANlFFACTURKU STEKI, I"EN a trial 107 CHESTNUT Sheet, above Fourth, flpergn^s. aul-lni J ~ OSKPl71jLAOK, Uaiiuur, sljw, JJocora^ tive an...

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

0netiol Notices Saving Fund—Five Pit Cent. Interest—National Safety Trust Company, in WALKllt Street, Boutliwo«t corner of Tuinn Street, Pnii.iliKLpniA, Assets more than Onk Million and a IUlf ok Dollars, all invested in Usii. Esiite, Mobtoxoks, Unoosii Rests, aud other first clasB securities, as required by the charter. This old and weil-establiBhed institution confines itn business entirely to the receiving of money on deposit. Any sum, largo or small, is received, and the money Is always paid back, without not'.ce, to any amount. The ofHco is open every day from 9 o'clock in the morning until 7 o'clock in the cveuiug, and on Monday ami Thursday evenings until 9 o'clock. Teas, Wiun aud Liquors.—Purr Old I'ort and Madeira; Brandies guaranteed to be old, Mouongahela Whl»key of dillereut flavors, with a large slock of Teas bought prevlouB to the advance in pricf, atWliKKi.KK's Old Stand, S. E. comer Third and Lombard Streets, au l-3t F. Brown's Esspmr of Jamaica Oin»pr.— This i...

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Id=172 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

• VTALUAliLE NATIONAL WORKS, (TO V UK SOLD DY SUKSCHTPTIOK,) D. APPLETON ¦^^^^^^. gaP VWlfhtf *» WBSfttPiws oxlt, A StiRIKS OF VAU'AIiLK NATIONAL WOHKS, beginnluK with the " AliridKement t.r the Deiwtcri of C(iiiK"'RB from 17S& to 1856,"' cditfd liy Hon. TmiMts II. Ht-Mov, ti> ln> follom'd by u AiUi-ritan Kloquoucu," '• Tlie New Cjc\»nxilia,*' Ac., iVc. Tliew UookH, cnpvcialty tho Debater of Cnn^re-f.^ whirh mnv be considered emphiitically the T<>xt Hook for Civil Life, aro of a character a;»( value that will make them necvsusiry for everv pinnto aud public library, and every School District Lihrarv 111 th« United Stlltt'H. The lkttphs from the President, Vice President, Oov. Chaso, Udv. Kvor'tt nini otlierH, and the Testimonials from the Pren« in .ill [urtrf ot the country, (circulars with full particuhiri Mipplied ((ratis on application,) indicate not only rt ^u';it want of the De»uti>< among the people, but also prove that w lin...

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Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE B.jES, July 31. FIHST BOABD. , $1000 Ohio 0s '70 103 300ReadgR b00 74 1000 do '00 100 1000 ,'J eng 74»i 10000 Ind Slate 5» 84 200 ,10 bOO 73X SOOO do 83 83K 100 So s3 aopg n% 1000 Tenn 6a. '90 84^ 100 /do opg 73« 3000 MlEMurt 0s c T9 % 60 Mi/ Cent bOO 84 Jj lOOOVirginhlOs 90« J2Po«maItR c 95 ii 2000 NY Cen Sub B 80 50 , do- sOO 95 6000IU Ccu c 90X 60 .' do IJ> 95 % 35000 4o b3 W>X 200 , do h3 95)^ 1000 T Hi Alton 2d U% 25 »wau 4; Mis 63% 2000 Galena St Chi 2d 81 000; do o 53 X 50 Bk of America 100 COO, do l>60 63^ 10Ocean Bank 100% ISO Soli M h3 60 48 Amor Ex Bk 111 200; do s30 48 10 Grocers' Bk 109 100 . do 83 CO 20 Park Bank 102K 75 *> " ""H UCityBauk 110 40( do b30 47X 100 Canton Co S30 19k 0' do b15 43Jf 200 ¦ do ¦ U3 19? 18 do 1)3 60« 850 Harlem RR S3 10 1! do o 50>j ¦ 35 do 10V 0 do c 00X 60 do pref 24 ? do BlO 60 rOPannCoal 85)4 t do bM * 7 10 do go , 0 do sis 49 25 do iau W do »30 40J; 300 do b30 87 | W do P" f 1...

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Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

HAVANA CIGAHS—A handsome ussortment) such an Figaro, Partngis, Cabana*, Sultana, Gloria, Jupiter CoIoko, Con vercian ton Torrey Lopez, Union AmerlcanR, Orojon, Flora Cubans, Ac, Ac. ic, in X, #) VSaiull-lOboxea, of all sizes and quali ties, iu ptoru nud constantly receiving, and for sale low by CIIARLKS TKTE (new) 138 WALNUT Street, aul-ly below Second, second story CHARTER OAK FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY OP HARTFORD, CONN. Cash Capital $300,004. LoBsos in Philadelphia and vicinity adjUBted at the Philatltljihia Office. By leavo wo refer to D. 8. Broun & Co., Phila. I Hon. Joel Jones, Phila. Ohaibos, Stout Jfc Co., " Hon. Bufu» Choate, Boston UackcrLca&Co., " | Hon. T.S. WilliamsHart'd We havo facilities for placing any amount of Insurance in tho mo?t reliable Companies. PHILADELPHIA GENERAL INSURANCE AGENCY, No. 413 (old No. 14.1) CHESTNUT ST. THOMPSON & ROOD, aul.Otn , AgcnU. ARNESS', SADDLES AND TKUNKS, LACEV &, PHILLIPB, Nos. 14 and 18 S...

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Id=220 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

EVVXS & WATSOX'S PHILADELV1U V MXMIFACTr*^ SALAMAXUKU S \¥i S, NV 26S<mth FOURTH street. I'hiUWplna-TKUTII IS MIGHTY, AND M^T PRE^ All, ! RtWfl of Ih? ro***'*"' nppuinUd to Sitprrt>it.,tj ti* Burnm" *J " ie lTon Snfes a: Rtfttns. FcUuhti/ 27th, IVTu ' Readixg. March 4th. The Utytoriiiined, members of the committPt*. «!•* n>- «pectfu»y reportthat Wf "aw the two Mt'es ori^inilly a^r^'l upon l>y Farreld ic Uf rrin^ and Evuw & 'W.it-n"i. [ilaced side by side in a furiuef, viz ; th'. 1 Safe in u^e 113* the Paymaster of the Philadelphia and EeadiRtrEiilroad Company, in his office at Beading, manuf-irturid by barrels & Herrin;, a»<l the tfafe in u«e brH.A. Lanti, in LN store, manufacttired 1y Evau-* i, Vat^ 1, and jjut iji liuolts and papiTS prt'ci-elv alike The tiro was started at S,^ o'cloek, A. 31.. and fefpt up until four cords of gTivn hickory wo*nI} t-.\n corJ^ uf dry oak and half cUwtnut-top wood were ent-rv!\ cuiisuined, ...

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Id=221 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

CHOICE KAKM LANDS FOR SALE.-Tin;iLLI\OfSCt.\TRALRVILROADCrt.UFA..N U now prepart^J to -ell about l, j00.000 acre* tf chtuc >'arnuii^ laiid^, in tracts of 40 acrts and utwanl*, o long ctvdits. and at low rate^ of ititert--t TUe-fe laii'l-* wen' Eranted hy the Government tn ai in the construction of this Rotd. and art* amon^ tl; richest and uio^t fertile in the world Th*y ixt.-t from North-Ka>t and North-We^t, through thv- niiJd of th« StAtfto the eMn-iii-* Soathand iueludi.* en-; >ans-ty vA clunito aud j>ru-lu.'tiun3 Coacdbetwovn th 1. piirjAk-U ( f \atitude. 1h.Q Nv\rtheT^ jiottion is ch;- prHirie, intoi>i>f r>ed ivith tine gTores. and jn tht* miiM ami SoutU«-'rn ?ections timber jiredorainatej*, alteru.itu wnh beautitul prairies and opeuiis^s. The climate i-> morc heilthy, mild and equable, t\ ftny other part of the country—the r.ir \s vur>-* aQ ' i L ' r ' ciuj, while li\ing etriAUn " and spnnjrs of ex<rellc. w...

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Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 1 August 1857

©bnrnlion PR OFESSOR SAUNDERS'INSTITUTE, WKST rHILADKM'HIAi8 probably tiDBUrpaBaed in reipect to a liappy coinbimitmn of Moral, Social, I'hjtiieal, Sclontiflcand UlaH^ical advantage. Atthou^h no near the centre of tho city as the corner ol J1AHKKT mid THIRTY-NINTH Streets, yet there are more turn two acres of ^rouud in the eiicloiure, overnhndti\^d by a grove ot' unsurpa^ud beauty. Sevonl students front ProffHior Hainiderw' Bcniinary hiivo woa the llrKt honors in different UnivtTiiitit'H and Colleges. So exteiHlvn in his course, both In Science nnd Litouture, that several Lawyers, 1'hyniciu.un. und Teachers,who havo tittnined to diiitinctioii iu their ronpectiYep;oressionn, received the whole of their Classical aiul Scientific Wucation undnr Win JiiNtiUction He hitstt thin tinu', a cities of Pupils ttho can readily uinlerHtandtlio mott rapid f*iivorF;ition und reading in French, anrlwlio enn speak the language both correctly und tliumtty. Hut hi* i/irtr»ction« in //. ¦ mgu/ige...

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