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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

1 Tarn but ; | For the lemperancelLecture, on Sunday evening nextj Mr. Hewlett, the speaker^ is said tp be dearly equal to the celebrated Gough in advocating tlie cause cf Temperance. . | . I .4 - . ' I ! **A l ¦ .1 • • \ Nominations in Wayne co.—The Detaocrats of Wayne co. assembled in Con veil-' tion at Hone^dale' on Monday evening last, and nominated Pope Bcsh.nell, Esq. as; a candidate for'Representative, and Wm. f". Wood, for Sheriff, tfhe Conferees w|re instructed to j support Bj. W. Hami.in, Esjq4 of Wayne cci for Congress. | ! ^ | ^ Sherman D. Phelps,iof TunkhJnnock, has bebn nominated byi the Whigs! of Warning cd. for Representauve.- j

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

" The dne Tersn Principle." ! As tbe conductors of ji periodical, pledged faithfully to kdvocate. the People's interests, we have, occasionally, jand without selfish design ^ written and copied, shbrtbut sourjdly and sensibly composed articles, on what We-supposed! to be the orthodox creed Iof tvery genuine democrat. We allude to the V One te|m principle," as- it is denominated, in its application to' Executive Offices, which are attended with the power Iof bestowing official patronage;, and were not 4dvised that there existed among us, any dne, even professing tp be a real democrat, so destitute of patriotism, as to question, for a. moment, thje propriety of maintaining riulity in the administration of justice, under the liberal spirit and attractive teddenciesjof dur repubficah instituti ins, by reducing tfie temptations 4hich are ever incident to reelections, wher e high iind important officjes are to be conferred at the ballot box. Bait m this, as in ^nany other avowals e'...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

ThankfW far sniall favors. ^ i ne eottors ot tne t ire-proot Urgan have the effrontery to jrrofess a feeling of " gratification," yes, and "profound delight," at witnessing "many of those, who, one year ago, 'bolted the'course,' and went with the. People, now returning to; their"'first faith' and ardent in the support of the tariff bf 1846, and its Pennsylvania advocate. Mr. Wilmot" This nonsense must be intended for a foreign marked It may^o down there, but will be taken, up here and at once refuted.; Now we Know of but one man who acknoweledges any pbligation tp support Wilmotforre-eleetion^;who supported the People's j ticket—«and, he assigns as a reason, that Wilmot assisted him in a trifling matter, wherein Fuller wauld not, or did not know how. Profoundly delighted must Mr. F. beiin view of such ravishing compliments! j '] -j We know hundred in tfaisi county who did not ypte the People's ticket at all, who nnt only censure Mr^ Wilmot fpr voting with the south for a bil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

—— , '* ij• 'J-- Iowa a. State. ' j '. The State Constitution has heen adopted by a majority of 600, and Ipwa is now a State. To consummate this work it only now. remains to elect the State officefsi-For this purpose it is the duty of the Governor to issue his proclamation fixinga'day of election, and whith it is supposed wiljfbe in October. Then a Governor, two Representatives to Congress, and other minor officers are to be; chosen, together with tne members of the - Legislature! which is to meet within four months frorii the time of the adoption of the Constitution. It wijl devolve upon thia body to elect Itwo Senators to Congress, and the Judges of the Supreme Court The District Judges ire to be elected by the people; at the township election in April. ^Djstoct,,Judge'.of, the Dni^d States Court is also to be appointed by tlie President and: Senate of the United States. ^^wt-CjjL&Jljmtibf ' ^r The If Northern ;;DemPcrat;?, speitks ~jt this gentleman as a candidate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

« y^AZ.9m&Beefirtw^l, •• ¦ ". 1 a , Our; friend of ttfr.QrgaarJwbd wrote • thd witty -Stile editorial mtfi Pedplti's Cdgitaj tidmu"! winch graced'thellastniilmbercfthat invaluably print,^ the?iww «yieo|^»ir^c^on. , ; TJie fav orite word ' ^itlt'-hlsa^^ :BJ(fc|plfe^»^pe^^^'^'hi«'pg litical ywsabuto^ we certainly! beard hii us^i1f?,Hq^|il||ien),'' W heip|':>«$s>$ ye&rj^o^ak'lie; swAA ,mtM'^m l»r»^pjs^f;^ijiqmjnated.; | Hib.. articl slKwId hare be*n wbscribed, " J^^« •'" ^-Br^^st*l|a;iihal' ?the ci^M .iaW'm^' .-IIl^li^v're]^"^ *»|^f ^f||i.W^f^||Mt,;^, I* :*? M

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

TM Overland Mail. Tbe unusual'^extraordinary express, in anticipation of tie long delayed overland mail from India, ^ reached London on Tuesday, the 11th ijlt bridging advices from Bombay of July Rt; Calcutta, of June 19th; and Madras, of June Sad. The only news of any political Importance^they convey [s that of the surrer|der of JKote Kangra, which was given up unconditionally on the 28th May. The British trdops 'arrived before the fortress on|the 28th of May, with 6060 men and thirty pieces of artillery, and returned home u|der difficulties which have rarely attached t| such an expedition. No sooner had they arrived at their destination, and manifested tlleir intentions, than the garrison threw dowv their jarins add surrendered at discretion ;|bay,fwu^wed up their submission by the most alnxious desire for the protection of the| British authorities. The Governor Genera| and (knnmander in Chief continue at Simll; the latter is about to inapeet tlie ttations|on tbj JuliddarD...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

1 Iflftvimenta in.Mexlc*.', '."n'. t The news from Mexico whidh w<^ publip this week js ~ Ibighly in|pre8ting ^nd impqrr ttntji|'.It, ^ill lb e seen-'#t ^it^T|yJor^rith his army has;pushed his wayjas faraa Cb-Jjarjo, **{<>& td'.'Md|tdre^, 'yid^d'opr p^ , .itidtt¦ 'haVth^s, far' bee B^pff^^-^'WB-a|l-4anc|.' ;We:|iearnt bjrti^VjiMe^-,adfice|, Qiat iJCpm. |91oat had U ken Monti irey, aiid published a<pjtNdamatida;ded^rinj f that tfie i^hatntantsi sh^ld ery>j| the spune rightris the citizen-i,p|;th^U 'njfe tending ouki|ye|iuevIai rs over th^ country. As the Unite! Sldtea hi vo now g< t po«e» .«od,!i tl»yjwijl probabl; - hold! fasi, letjtKe ^bi^mytf^^ftrn^^X^p ^- - *JY 't^ft^twjii^mioivx dja'-'ioj^ JBi sc py^by #hif|i Pajed^f , in hit turn,[waii piuhsjd arbitrary arrests, and from covert assaults upon the hoeity of/speech add; of the pr^g, he proceeded at last to saence its voice altogether. The pr^lif Mexico was in the hands of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

' l«ev«ill««e»«**»'<|!Tlfl,C'-. -• As was ex|ectedi we are, receiving a w lent oppositgrn frcjm the JnausttidusTireproof Chqui bptM in a sly and cowardly banner, and|o»e4' a,r0U«b &*, -"%*". .he « North! Democrat" Thfcjast two. or three numbers of that delightful jrnf. abound with! the choicest terms of buhngsjate and low|>lack-guardism, probably picked up by thel junini- to some fish-market pr brothel, and IhieWdirected at a gentleman, vho, althou|h he fay occasionally Contribute to thec4lumn4of our paper, is ndt responsible for anything that may appear m it We will np|remrtlupon that paper by giv ing publicttf to e^ery Ipw and indecent gcandal tbatfs whimpered in the street^-we leave that p4uIiar ^ stenl of babbling warfare to the ed>ors o^tbe clique ergan. The impoj|ial reader of the " Democrat" must be amuied with the long, labored* and sermon-like Iffuslons of that print, apparently acting |uhder| the belief that they are the only expounders...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

:|*^»ni^n»l««a'l»r«Ae^a* « - ^Ipdwibw-'B;; |LowmT,;E95,,^?teiSBg;jpemddratofCrlwford ' county, in wiw'-ofohis nomination! to Congress frojni the district composed of the; counties of Crawford ^ Mercer and Venango, addressed the following unequivocal; reply to a committed of gentler men who hdd asked his views en tlie tariff. Hp! speaks plainly, boldly and truly: : t**.On the subject pfa tariff 1 have nn concealment from the public eye. In this county my sentitnents on that subject are-well understood. When a member of the State Legislature in 1842,1 voted to instruct our Sejnatprs and request our Representatives in Congress, to sustain a tariff for revenue with discrimination for protection. At that ses sion a. bill was passed which became a law. In 1843 an effort was made tn repeal it—"Beingjn the Legislature at the time, I made a motion which was adopted, instructing our Senators '&*., tu vpte against its repeal.— Should I receive the nomination and be elected tp C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

A FalaehO€»« Fastened. several ot the tree-trade, dough-race journals of die country have been very industrious in. circulating reports of the good effects which the tariff nf 1846 would have upon the country. Among others, equally absurd,. that we have seen going the rounds, was one that a Mr. Cooper, an extensive iron manufacturer, of Trenton, N. J. had increased the wages of the hands employed at his manufactory in consequence of the passage of the new tariff. WTien the report caine to the-knowledge of Mr. Cooper, he promptly contradicted it in tbe following tjote to the Pbil'a Ledger: Trenton Iron Works, Aug. 31st, 1846. Gentlemen—About ten days since my attention was called] to a paragraph in your esteemed paper, and which I believe has passed the general round of circulation, stating that the wages of the hands employed in tbe Trenton Iron Works . had been raised in consequence pf the passage of tbe .'tariff of l£46. I forbore to contradict the statement at the time, as ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

il libertvNsateUltBsl' ' A.t d meeting of the friends of Human Rights, who go especially for placing MAN before the Tariff, Bankvor anti-Bank,; the fo||}wing Nominations were agreed to( and the appended Resolutions unanimously adapted: I For Congress, GEO. F. HORTON, of Bradford cd. | j For Representatives, JOHN M'KINNEY, of Great Bend.. rA KINNEY, of Wyoming col For Commissioner, THOMPSON PECKENS.ofBridgewaier. | i For Auditor, ABEL BOLLES, of Rush. I' For Canal Commissioner, ^m. ELDER, Esq. of Philadelphia.. Resolved, That American Slavery had its origin in piracy and rapine, ias been preserved and perpetuated by the votes oft the Freemen of the United States, and that they have thereby sanctioned and approved; the original wrong. Resolved, That the right to vote for,; implies the right to vote against: that if voting has rivited the chains and knotted the chords of bondmen, we' believe voting will undo tbe same,knots, and loose the same rivets. Resolved, That we will tr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

;..'itl ;#bOTcfe.rj,...,-.. i.. I \ The "F^ Dmvei^alhft Sof^ ptMoBt^jie gna iBridgowaier".hwin mejet at their Church iafe© Borough of Montrose, oaSatorday the.isthinrtl at.l o'- clock, P. ,M.. fa the JfcarpassrJQf lefasnng flSeir- out-.ccrs for tlie ending ylai. j;. ,"-.| .-. - ,[.-A punctual j attcudiiice is (earnestly despred, as sotuo iuji4rtant bunnjiw is to ho transacted^ ' ;; , ¦ i By order of rhe Trustee*.' ,i"j . . - Sept. l,?ls.^. U. N..pU£tABp, Waety jremperiuce' jLecbure." I ; 8. M. ^KWtstT, the "YoangmUelogajmt," of [Mass., ViH deliver 'a llecture on Temperance, ui this Ivillage oil Sunday <r?eSing dext. ! Tho fifends of iTeniperance, and thej votaries of BacchasJWe rejspectfullylnvi'ied to attend." i .! .1 i The plafee of meatinfe is notjyet ffited onj.j| .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

^^^JQjARKJETSj CQKBEC-tKIHWEEia.)r t3R TBt PEQI-LF.'S XOVbCKIT.. \ r j ^ NpW YfjBK, Sept. B-. lW. jVheatfiomt, per barrel $448^4,36 Rye do; , do , \ . ' 2;50 (gj 2,75 Com meal,' do ' j . ;• . o;62 if 3,00 Wheat, pen bushel , 0,80 ® 0,95 Rye, a« •; 0,70 & 0,75 Corn , ido 'i 0,50 <& 0,52 Barley, xlo 0,24 <3 0,32 OaU, Uo , 0,28 @ 0,30 i lax, per IB. American, » 0,03 -21 0,08^ Tallow, pet lb. rendered, ' 0,07 & 0.07 j Butter per lb. Orange io. 0,13 <ffi 0,17 do j westeniidairy, 0,10 & 0,14 Cheese, peif lb. 0,06 ®|-0,07 Beef, per bjrrel, mess,, 6,50 <a| 7,00 d<> prime, 4,50 -25 5,00 Fork, per barrel, mess,( O.STj'SlO.OO ¦ dtj prima. 7,871<a« 8,00 Lard, per lb. .[ . 0,051®, 0,07 Hanw per 1&. smoked \ 0,05 &i 0.08 Feathers pel- lb. live giiese 0,25 ®j- 0,30 0x bona, p^rlrondredj " * 8,00 <a>J2,00 Cow .do j . 2,00 ®ij 3.00 American v^ool, per lb. salon 0,17 ®| 0,31 do j full lllo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

I 1^Jrt>crii5cmmts. I I -~i : j -— ^1—: KEEP IJT m MIND! THAT % cheapest, lot of 6oods ever-offered ni thin market, can niw be found at the sttnje of j • < So m@m*- j: l 21 yds. Calico fojr One Dollar, Ca,h. \' ! l(i yds. Sheetingf do.i do. [ \ 20 Ilk Cav. Tobacco, do. do. \ 64 ltts. Yonug Hyson Te&i do. do. i 25 Ilia. Cod-Fisb! do. do. t ": Sugar, Ciiffee, Molasses, &c.'&c. &e.. ! r~ a; splendid lot j OF ptainj plaid, chaijgeable,; fancy, ombrofstripe Alpacojis, Delaines. Cashmeres, Ginghams, All-Irenes, S«r.|&. -Also, iuirae elegant Cashineteand Delaine Shawl's for salg by ' " J. Lypna. GOOD Dollar Tea srflins for. SU Shillings, by • 1 J. Lyons. j j 1 ^ , j T- ADIES| Slips at B5 centsj-also Ladief and ^Li Children's Shoes -j going cheap at the* store of 1 J. Lyons. : sept.'46.i . • ¦! j B0OKS. LARGE Family Bibles for 10s; alsocommdn and pocke? Bibles," Testaments, Geogrnphiep and Atlases, Arjthmerics, Grammars, Ifhilosophic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

j;.;:.xii]PAcA1;/ -i ;¦... RDBE8, a?new ttylfioi drei goods, jmt Line at i Bept. 3,0848;? jj -.- - ¦ | ^ AMtepgyg." • [ - fJpj^^CAS^EKfiSi; i ' *¦ L ATEST, styles, and »m»iringJ<>« it '! " ~ > l| »6Pt3jJ84eyi;:W:V ;:,.,,.;:p .. .. SaJjabWy,; i pROApcMKnas, ; f\f all kinds veryifc st5 ."; :;.". S«luimry'«. "^^ ;.:fi;-,^^riNiyr^ ;; ' PtAlMflnfl stn'ped {satinets &J per cent cheaper thanevBr^uitcomeaii ~ . Bslisohry's. sept 3,1346. ..}.'» J .*--;'>T ' ,-: i VESTDTGiJ. -''-"'" ' A ^S^L**1?11 ^ 'i?rie ^ ^Sa&i^el' et, and ¦"¦iWor^^«togsloflbJ»Fifil, »Fite,3ust in aid very loy*»t; | .5 BsJiiBi SV«: sept. 3,1846,,;' j { amu""<*l ' ; Hippies' sHbEs. ~ A Great vitterrof the best style and quality ofl **¦ Gaiterv Buskins, ind ^ppfn-»ho^to( extrcmely low priced shoes, jnstcbme at septS, 1846. - j j Saushnry*»i-. ,,'.!.,GB«J0EBli2S..' . [ _ . L AtiQB sfock of primo sngars, :«ad more of that first rate Tea, just in at Salisb uy'*, sept 3,2846. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

i fatefpU for tke Proplei'iAdvof#, For the week endingBept. 10,.1846.i'; iNahaniTSewton, j 11,00 Pays ui No. 52 ;Merriil & |8oot, '• ' • 1,00' "1 ¦• 52 Funklm T^wksbury, , I l.CJO " j " 52 Samuel Douglass, ¦ '" - - j 1,00 '' (, " S2 Thomas t$ Massy, ,50 .?"ji">26 N. P. Contell, K '. i do, " i '*" 62 Joel G. M. Get*, . ^ -i,qo " 11 >' 50 T. 8. Goss^ 1,00 >• ! » 52 Gco.Greeij, ' 1,00. "' \" 52 . Caleb Sam, 1,00 " j»- 55 Wilham Fejatherbee, I.'- 1,00 " j" 52 John S. l'a|mer, l.qfl « j« 52 Abner Bar}lett, . '" 1,00 « " 52 Theodore 4"atloway, 1,00 " |" 57 Isaiah Maine, " ,59 " S« 26 Abner Grilji*, j 1,00 » i» 50 Albert Chamberlain, j ; 1,0^ " j" 52 Rnfus S.. NJerriman, ; ' ' - 1,1"A " !« 58 A. Wickhain, .; l(o5 •• }« 50 Murry & SIcDonough,! ' 1,00 " 1" 52 AmoSB.A^ott, 4 1,00 " "|« 50 Wrm. P. Dijvis, j 1,00 " L" 52 Arthur Smith, t\ . 1,00 ." \" 52 Pope Busbbell -| - 1,00 '• ' ¦" 53 Maj.'J. Miller, \ ^.1,00 " \<> 52 S. Kreemai, ': 1,00...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

BT IfcoDOtASS- itnnOLD. •.r,-, .» ^i^fteud-t——;• -• '" '¦ ¦«•'"•'« I ' ViV3S^h^jaie|ronofour:Uve»KJ .* >-' '¦ -^ * Is wrought;ont in fire and smoke, There'lbe7 fiigirty Vulcan 'strives,1 Hotthefcrjiare, hard the stroke.' ' f ' ''r^'Tliefc the |»indybellows: 1jiow, "; * ' ^ There the Sparks in millions'glow; . There an oftvil of the world, ., - 7 ,,'s i " "' !la the clanging hammer hurled. %. i \ Hard (|iq labor'small the gain, Is in thaking' bread from brain. -,;. . . r. -V, | •• L: • .;,,«:„:,.)' • i{ '- i ... Where me homeless stonb is raised,-Where the:patriot's bones were'placed, Lived he-^ttjpkived;and praised, i Kedhe^tUe,nmnrnedimdgr^e<l; i T^ejcebe»||tep»yfto»kneWiiOrest, " i •Thereunblpsthy those ho blest; Here he starved, while' sowing seed, Where he Barfed the worms now feed. ' Hard uie labojJ«$inaU the gain, ,; " lajininaknig bread from brain. '.' In that chamber, lone and drear, 8i,t» apoetjSvriting, flowers, Bringing BJeaveh to earth more near, '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

ldrmcl'0 department Be Kind u> Domestic Animals. One of the patriots antl herpes pf the W^r pf Independence, who died suddenly, some years ago, iu his barnyard, said^ witb his last.breath, to lfis servant, near by,/'"Take care of these creatures." By tbe same kind direction we are bound to study the means pf preserving th| health and administering to the wants ofj domestic animals, by all these precepts i|" Hofy Wr|}" which recpmmend kindness to them, and protection from outrage and oppression. A portion of the humane spirit of those precepts has; pervaded all countries} and descended in a particular manner to the nations of the East. One of the tales| of a , philosopher of India, elucidates this fact in a striking manner. A traveller who.Vwas permitted to visit the place of puiiishmentiof criminals, saw there every part of-thf body of a man pf high rank in flames, j^xcept one of his feet Upon asking the- reason vtfhy that part of his body, alone, .wils exempt from the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

' Preparation of Tomatoes. We condense the following modes' of cooking and preserving tbe tomato, from the Ohio Cultivator, which appears to us to be worthy, of the",attention of housewives and cooks; To make Tomato Omelet;—Take a stewpanj and melt a piece of butter the size of a nutmeg. Mince up an onion very fine, and fry it until quite brown. Add ten peeled tomatoes, season with pepper and salt, and stir .them until cooked to a soft pulp. Then stir in four beaten eggs, until the underside of the mass becomes brown. Lay a plate on top, turn the pan upside down and the dish'is ready for the table. ,. Tomato Marmalade.—Gather full-grown tomatoes while quite green. Take nut- the stems and stew them until quite soft, then rub them through a sieve, put the pulp ever the fire, season.highly with pepper, salt,and powdered cloves, and let it stew until quite thick. The article will keep well, and is excellent for,seasoning gravies. French Mode of Cooking'tomatoes.—Cut ten or a doz...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 10 September 1846

—,- ~ ^ > What i» a Pnrunctticoat ? .We are astonished at the numerous inquiries that have reached us about this article. Its name reveals its nature. It is a hybrid between a paiintol and a petticoat This is not banter, but fact.. And why should there not be stfch i thing? What is there in rerum natura tohprevent an ingenious person from applying those two needful articles of shelter and dflpss to gardening purposes!—They will fad|, and wear thin, in the custody,-of the n^»st- economical gentlewoman, and tp find a |ise for them afterwards is an adaption of mfeaus to end which cannot be top highly recommended. •Let us give |a receipt lor making a parapetriijoat. First find a good-sized parasol, or srhall umbrblla, covered with cotton, and not rjubbed intb holes. Then select, a castoff petticoat, pot a crinoline, which Mrs. Mahfprop calls a Kremlin, nor yet a flannel, but ioxae bthe| form of the vestment; it need not fe \ery fujl; indeed, it will be the better for being ...

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