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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 March 1839

1 2C02K222SS22E&2u5a'& "I a&ve enoin uhou the Altar he fieri. i.nni.. . 1 ' " "cr '?rm or TjraBny oyer the Mlnil of Man.-TW.. i.n-. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY If. WEBBj 1 i i ii i ganqjaa Yolnrcac Iff; . . OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT. - Wkxt boor to xtdmEON'e Stage Ojrrirjfc J7tf COLUMBIA DEMOCMFwlll be published every Salltfdat) morning, at TWO EOLLAllSpcr afinum, payable half yearly in advance) dr Two Dollar's Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. siAscriptior v)ill bttaUnfor d shorter pricuu mun six momns; nor any discon tinuance permitted) uhtil all, arrearages ere discharged 'JlDVRTisiltiMT$ ttoi exceed a ,('M' 'V"1 wiiBjjtcuousiy insericu at One Dollar for thcfir.il three insertions, and Twtrity.Jive cents for evert shbse- 'quent mettton. IJA liberal disibunt made to thotc.,umo advertise by the yea LETTERS tiddrcsscd an business) bCpost.paid, From tkd Laity's Book. HEtSSAdR, THE PRESENTIMENT -XT THIi WELL Ib'v b. Jloi.DRKn' It has 'bee'a 'ofteM enough said to hire fce...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 March 1839

&OST 'SHOCKING EVENT. Te have seldom heard tof Ynorc extreme tote 'of suffering than the following details Vill exhibit. On Monday morning last, n hmit fl O'clock, as two men were Walking a hin:j a lane which branches off from Pnssy iink road, just below-the Moyamcnsing pri wn, nd runs in a Southeast direction, thry were attracted by feeble moans, liketo a liu tnan being in distress, and apparently pro rnfldliij from a tfench hear at hand, partly full of water, about six feet deep and ten -wide, with shelving sides. They hastened o tli spot, and discovered, in tho trench, a man'standing ttpright.and completely imbed ded nearly lo the middle.lh frozen, mud and fen! He Vas altogether Insensible, though Will livinjr-Finding it in Vain, to attempt to res cufrhim from his situation without addition rnl means they speedily procured assistance, hnA actually thitr Aiirt out with a vickAjre i tarrying Wm with the frozen water artd mutl still "adhering to him to a tavern about two squares...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 March 1839

It. 2 K 1 jt , "a$tH5fnj-n THE COLUMBIA DEMuChilTi i-sSS 1 XiS&diR&b I W K 1 b. will complete .brie year since U ' J ' came .into in 11 (, le 7inus of the present publisher) and to such Tas have cfimprh e rrirVmrip.l with lh-'formJ of iibliea- on', his thanka arc ti'ue; as i , ,. , , , , . i . i i- 1 sisicti 10 iigiuen trie Diinnen oi a punier s iiuuwics), wmuii an.- iii ui, aiingoi iuu heavV to lib borne." Thoss who have wi,i.nrtr.r!ir!ivnt-. rtcit rinlv hn Hip rl.ih. 'llie ready In duS.seasdni. A. Terrirlorance.Leelure will be tleilvercd "bVtlio. ftev. Mr.'brakei i tlie Williams burg .Meeting house, on Saturday Evening; the 30lh day'bf March irisU It seems that AHolllionism finds bill little favor from the orderly; beac'eablc and quiet neonle of Wvdmirlir Valley. A ifev davs eince the celebrated aboiiloh iecl'uref. Bur- leigh, gave notice of his inteilttbn to enlighf' ton thcinhabilaliti Of Wilkecbarre upon the ubject of his darling scheme) bill receiving ..,..ll'rt, 1 pro...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 23 March 1839

PJIOSPECTUS 02" 7IPH1S BOEYSTOtfB. democratic party of Pennsylvania has Jos passed through a fiery conflict, mil come out not only Unscathed, but completely -victortou enothet proof of the purity unci stability o tbeir principles. Notwithstanding their triumph thsy cannot for any length of time, repose, in the Jap f victory, for their foes are most insiduous, ant trwtr WAtMiful. mi.A nt Antil mi 11 . : It tinder some new name, to opposo the principles f democracy, enmity to which, being tho only bond tlian'can even for a moment, hold them together. We must therefore remember, that the price of frec- uun 11 uuucusing vigilance, 1 In spite of the rankett corruption, and of frauds innumerable, we have elected a democratic Gov mor.'and a majority in the house of representa tives, sufiictentlylarec. to rive us the control in ioint ballot, and secure to Pennsylvania a democratic re presentative in the United Autre Senate. The fraudulent'elcctiens, which will probably be contested; the Uah...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 March 1839

A DEMOCRAT ! have -worn upon the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Wind of Maa.-ThoraM i-flewon; MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY IL WEBB UiiOOMSailBi CJOIif MUIA COltfHTY, PA SATURDAY. MARCJtt 30, 183& ?) III. I 1 V01TI(JK OF THE DEitfOGMT, (Next book to UoBi9oris9 SxAttii Office. PHe COLUMBIA JJIhUOCRATibill be published etiety Sututdntf niotning) at k'&VO DOLLARS pet tmntnti, payable VI f vtarlti inrJvancu ot Two Dollars FiftgQtMss if not paid toitfiul ihcytdr. $b subscription will lie Inkcn of tt shatter period than iitd'itlonVix ; nOrliny diston tiitvancc permitted) Until ult drttatages arc dischtltged ySnrJJRTUfP.TS t)ot rXtctdlng ft satiate will be eonspievmsly insetted til Om Ihllntot the it si ihfee insertions, nnd lventi-iM cents fot every subse quent nsettion. JA libctai 'discount made to those lOho adtcttise hi) the year. "LETTERS addtesscd bit business must be post ptlittt From the Knlckfbockcri "TIME STILL MOVES ON." BY'P.VttK DKNJAM1X, E...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 March 1839

TtEPfSINGTON AWiYKE. a largo ahd respectable nYee1h'nfc'of 'the democratic ciriiens of the district of Ken fcingwn, lie'ld pursuant to "public notWe, 'on Satufday, Feb. 10,. 1839, for the pjirpose of taking into' consideration tlio policy pur sued by the General Ad'rftriistratibiV.'ln re gaining Tn office thd'se federalists who are directly opposed to evcty measure adopted by thedrninistraliott', wlieh SamUcl Boggs, Esq. was called td'tb'e Chair JAmee Mc-lCalfey,-Jonh "Reel Ten, R6bcrt Lirtn, Geo. App, Sr., 'Jacob Viccman, Andrew Hague, "Vice Presidents and'Charlcs D. Devenny hn'd'HbrSftd Wallace, appointed Secretaries. 'Onrnoliohj , N Resolved-rTh2 there Be a committee ap pointed to draft resolutions, when the fol lowing gentlemen were appointed : Horatio Wallace, James Mc'Calvey, Geo. App, Jh, faylor Brandtj ltobert Linn in the ab "iertce of the commitlce'i the meeting Was j.i .1 i... i uti;.n On return of the committee; ine follow 'Sng preamble and resolutions were presen ted, uh...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 March 1839

4 , Tjtiiijpgitiliuura adjourned, or YVednetiUy Just to meet ugain on the7lh otiUs)5. But little business lias heeti done of a public na lute, tiding the session. Innumerable bills lticorjlbraling.corfipanie'a forv'arious purpo se s.iji&'veV as .nsua), been passed. If wq.aro nof-mistakcn, cvdry attempt to introduce .into th'inf Alio salutary provision rendering stockholders liable for the debts of such in corporations, lias entirely failed, and we are sorfy to Say that some of the democrat' . t i . - I V.-.l Id' ic mongers iook sirong anu ucciucu grounii" against this safejfuard of tho people from ,1$ ihese too oficrt .swipdling companies. In the Holisb .of Representatives, on the 22$ ' .itttt., after the OOOyOCb improvement bill Jiad been reduced by amendments, to about ,$3,000,000, it was rejected by a vote of 44 i'.'to 53 bn alu'rtlay Marc'ht 23', The following joint resolution, offered ' by Mr. FlenniVpn to provide for the repairs "of the canal and rail-road, and to continue...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 30 March 1839

UNPUBLISHED PASSAGES IN THE tlFE OP Jldocg, Hie Drench Minister of Police. Tim STRANGE DISCOVERY. There was, some fow years ago, in one of the streets leading from tho ruo St. Hon ore, an hotel known by the name of the Renard d'Or. It Joes not exist at the pres ent day, but at the time I am speaking of was much frequntod by persons from the couth of France, who came to Paris with the intention of stopping a few days. A mongst the persons who were in the habit of residing there, during their stay in our metropolis, was a Madame Launay, the widow of a rich banker of Bordeaux, who came every year for the purpose of receiv ing her dividends, and transacting such oth er business as circumstances might require. On hor arrival late one evening from Bor deaux, she was informed, by tho landlady of tho Renard d'Or, with a piofusion of apologies, that unless Madame would for ' once put up with a small room, containing two beds, she should bo unable to accom modate her. To this Madame Launay re...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 April 1839

MOCRAT. "I have sworn ttpon tlio Altar of G.U, eternal hostility to every form of Tyranny over the Wind of Man."-Thoraa Jefltaan, MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY H. WEBB. Volume Ift. BLOOMSBURG, COILTOIBIA COUNTY, 'PA. SATURBAY, AFBI 6, 1839. Number 40. THE I9S3ES OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, MISllXT BOOR TO KOMSON'S OTAOE OFFICE. tf COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT mW be JPiftn Cents, if not paid within the yeat, 2?0 subscription will be tukenfor a shorter pfiiiviltfienilxiAonthi:; notmiy discon Zintt j. e sprsnlUcd, until all atreatages are discharged, jlDVERTFSEMJiNTS not exceeding square will be conspicuously insetted at One Dollat jot the fitst three insettionc, and Twenty-Jive cents for every subse quent nscttton. cyi liberal discount made.to those, who advertise by the yeat. LETTERS addtessed oh business, must be post paid, Fwra the Boston Toil. Mr.$ttene Ihivchcard that Governor TSverstt has sent a meBiagc to tho Legisla ture, saying that a have nothing to do -with the troubles in Maine; I confess, tha...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 April 1839

The first drummer began, and taking "'fee stops forward, applied the lash to the ooldier's back" one. ' Again he struck" two." Again, and again, until twenty-fire were called by the sergeant. . .Then came the sec ond drummer, and performed his twenty five. Then came tho third, who -was a stronger and a more heavy striker than his coadjutors in office, this drummer brought the bloou out upon the right shoulder blade, "which perceiving, he struck lower on the back; but the surgeon ordered him to strike again upon the bleeding part. I thought this was cruel; but learnt after, from the sur geon himself, that it gave much lees pain to continue the blows as directed, than to strikempon the untouched skin. The poor fellow bore without a word his flagellation holding his head down upon his breast, both his arms being extended, and tied at the wrists above his head. At the first ten or twelve blows ho never moved a muscle; but .at the twenty-fifth he clenched his teeth and cringed a little f...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 April 1839

TUB COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. "TllDTO VlTnoCT TEill " EC7To our F: J 1 101:3 !cD3 No. 52 will complete one year since .he " Columbia Democrat" came into llio hands of the present publisher) and to such tos have complied with the terms of publica tion, his thanks are due, a3 they have as sisted to lighten the burthen of a printer's ttoubles, which arc, at best, almost too 'heavy to be borne." Those who have not, will confer a favor, not only on the pub lisher, but on his creditors, by handing over the ready in duo scaspit. REMOVAL. The Office of the 'Columbia Democrat' is removed into the building opposito St. Paul's Church, Main-street. We learn from Harrisburg, that no im provement bill passed the Legislature pre vious to adjournment. The Senate refus ing to take up the bill passed by the house, as mentioned in our last, substituting an entirely different one in which there were no appropriation for repairs of the public works, which all know were never in so wretched a condition as at th...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 6 April 1839

Vhc Victory Won ATTER long, tedious, and expensive experi ment, Dr. Leidy hits discovered a method thereby tho virtue ofthe Sarsaparilla U extracted, oo m ito bo formed into Pills without destroying Us JicactJ. Innumerable attempts "have lcon made to accom Irtish this important object, but all Tailed. It is im portant, because Me Sarsaparilla, us a medicine, in all diseases to which mankind is subject is product' tre dfmorereal good, than tho whole Catalogno of medicine inusc. Ask all respecla'blo physicians Jho question, -What is the most effectual purifier of tho blood, and he most popular mcdicino uscdl" they will answer mnanimsusly,' Sarsaparilla, What bctUr recom tBcndatiort con bo asked t DR. LEIDY'S BARSAPAMLIt OR BLOOD PILVs, Frico, Twenty-five Cents a Box. They must swely command a preference, for they are not composed of Sarsaparilla alone, but contain, in a concentrated state, in the form of a pill, tho virtues of the principal ingredients contained in the compound fluid,...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 April 1839

mm Jl'--T-C.'Wor,t U"0U tUC A1Ur f G0ll clcrnal Uosm,tr 10 "nr form of Tjranuy orcr the Mlud .f Mau-Thorn, PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. is Jefferson. 7i urg' I tit, tincv am Yolhram Iff. OFFICE OF THE DEMOCRAT, U" GpponiTE Sr. Paul's Ciiuncn, Main-st. 4t IWIIJ IM.II-H 77te COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT will be published event Saturday morning, at TWO DOLLARS per annum, payable nail yearly in advance, or Two Hollars Fifty Cents, if not paid within the year. No subscription will betaken for a shorter period than six months; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages arc uisciiurgea. fi r rr n n Art r n -rt urn - rm jju run i -ns.Mii i a not exceeaing a square will be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenty-five cents for every subse quent nsertion. SCPA liberal discount made to those, who advertise by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. From tho N. Y. News. THE OLD CLOCK. " Here she goes,lherc she goes !" Some year...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 April 1839

Pittsburgh was divided, and its Ohio prcs- tcric "f CtJiid river. 1'ortiifjc nnd Hu ron was constituted ihc synod of the West ern Reserve ,In 1829 the Albany synod again yinltled vto a division and its western presbyteries of Ogdensburgh, "Waterloo, Oswego, Onei-1 d. and Otsego, became tlio synod of TJtien. The four important synods bo much in ' question, thus ereated, were the synods of the jr sstem Reserve, Gtncva, Uenetce, and Ulica. The Presbyterian Church, as in almost all other religious communities, encountered tinternill disputes on doctrine, and ranged themselves into parties called the New and -Old School: this has been until recently a a division of opinion, not feeling, and kind ly conducted on both sides. The General Assembly at -various times, had a' majority ,of cither party. From 1831 to 1835 inclu sive the Old School prevailed. In 1830, tho New School was in the majority. In 1837, the Old School party had a superior ity of numbers, ami in the session of the vOcncral...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 April 1839

THE COLUMBIA DEMOCRAT. Vino-rn wItboct run " WPrntlhlYtJlPItlTj 13, 1830. ' SCPTo our Patrons No. CQ will complete one year since 1hc ' Columbia Democrat" came into the liands of tlio present publisher; and to such as have complied with the terms of publica tion, his thanks are due, 03 they have as sisted to lighten the burthen of a printer's ttoubres, which are, at best, almost too "heavy to bo borne." Those who have rot, will confer a favor, not only on the pub lisher,, but. on his creditors, by handing over the readv in duo season. REMOVAL. The Office of the 'Columbia. Democrat' is removed into the building opposite Su Paul's Church, Main-street. MILITARY APPOINTMENTS. The following list of Stall Officers have been appointed for the 71st Reg. 1st Brig. 8th Division of Pennsylvania Militia, and are to be obeyed and respected accordingly. ALEXANDER McCARTY, Adjutant. ALEXANDER EMMET, Ser. Mujer. MILTON KERR, Quarter Master. THOMAS H. SWADY, Surgeon. D. W. MONTGOMERY, 5 aur- Jutaa' ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 13 April 1839

TJTIic "Victory Won, a FTEK long, tedious, nnd cxpcnsivo cxpcri .xR.rricnt, Dr. l,cidy has discovered a method whereby the vtrhte of the Snr'aparilla is extracted, bo M to bo farmed into Pillfl without destroying its tjictuij. Innumerable attempts have lieen me.de toaecom plieh this important object, but all failed. It is im- jwrtant, because Me Sannnarilla, -as a medicine, in -all dlneasoa to which mankind is subject is product ive of more real good, than the whole catalogue of Jocdirine in use. Ask all respectable physicians tho question, 'What is the mot effectual purifier of tho blood, and 4hmost popular medicine usedl" they will answer tUnanimonsly, Sarsapari'lla, What better rccom--tsemktion caabo asked 1 DR. LEIDY'S SARSAPAR1LLA OR BLOOD FILLS, Price, Twenty-live Cents a Box. 'They must eurcly command a preference, forthey are not composed of Sarsapanlla alone, but contain, in n concentrated slate, in the form of a pill, the rlrtucs of the principal ingredients contained in t...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 April 1839

"I ha,, .worn t,ou the Altar of God, eternal hostility to every ftm of Tyranny over the wind of Mau'-Thomo Jeffenon. MINTED AND PUBLISHED BY II. WEBB. Vo&HIIlC II. OFFICR CV VITH TiRlUfifH AT1 1 rOrrowTE St. Paul's CauRcir, Main-bt. The COLUMDlJt DEMOCRAT will be published even Kntiinlnn Tff'O DOLLARS per annum, payable '"".I yearly inanvance, or 1 wo Dollars Fifty Cents, if not paid wit fan the year. 2fo subscription vnll be taken for a shorter jn.nua uiuii i,t.i- mviuns; nor any discon tinuance permitted, until all arrearages ir discharged. ADVERTISEMENTS not exceeding a square tuill be conspicuously inserted at One Dollar for the first three insertions, and Twenly-ftvc cents for even subie fjucnt nscrlion. C?A liberal discount made to those, who a-lvcrtisc by the year. LETTERS addressed on business, must be post paid. Jl tingular instance of justice and saga city conquering fraud anp perjury. A Gentleman of about 5001. a year es tate in the eastern part of England had two son...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 April 1839

IV Kn;1ish bar, anil also an inportftnl ! s,u al-.cr in Parlinilidnt. Whs" Oliver,! (Vnmwell brought the king to the scaffold nnJ established tlio Commonwealth, Sir Khv.:rd Hyde, fur he had held a gov uinmoiit post and had been knighted was too prominent a mombof of the royalist par to escape the enmity f the new rulers, and was obliged to lesidc on the Continent till the restoration. When abroad ho was so inttr'i esteemed by the exiled prince (afior wnrds Charles ii) as to be appointed Lord High Chancellor of England, which ap pointment Vns confirmed when the king was restored to his throne. Some years afterwards Hyde was elevated to the peer tic, first in the rank of a baron, and subse quently As Earl of Clarendon, a title which he made famous in English history. These events so briefly narrated, occu pied a large space of time, during which Lady Aylesbury passed her days in quiet and retirement. She had now the- gratifi cation of beholding her daughter Countess of Clarendon, and ...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 April 1839

yffi T'- y?rffy w fn'rw THE fJOLUMMA DEMOCRAT. SJtTUHVJIY, JIPIZIL 20, 1833. No. lQ will complete one year since .the " Columbia Democrat" came into the Viands of the present publisher; antl to such asfrtve complied with the terms of publica tion, his thanks are due, a3 they have as sisted to lighten the burthen of a prinlcr'n "houbles, which are, at best, almost too ""heavy to be bornn." Thoo who liave "not, will confer a favor, not only on the pub lisher, hut on his crcditotH, by handing over Hhc ready in dud season. REMOVAL. The Office of the 'Columbia Dmiocr.AT' 'is removed into the building opposite St. Paul's Church; Main-street. DEMOCRATIC VICTORY.. NEW YORK CITY REDEEMED ! ! The election held in the eity of New York last week, for City officers, has ter minated gloriously for tho democratic party. Varian, (Dcrriocrat) has succeeded over tho present iucumberit, Clark, (Whig) by a lhu .jority of upwards of 1000; and the demo 'crats have carried twelve out of the seven teen war...

Publication Title: Columbia Democrat, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia Democrat. — 20 April 1839

a zmw SERIES.1 i desirable Opportunity for New Sub scribir's, THE SOCIITH VOLUME OL THS OEMTiEMEN'S MAGAZINE, AND AMERICAN MONTHLY REVIEW, Commenced on the first of Jan. 1830. TERMS S J per annum, payable In Advance. Two large volumes of nearly one thousand pages are published every year. THIS popular work is now printed with a new typo cfiRt expressly for the purpose, on fmc ii.rl- paper, we!! stitched in a neat cover. Valun Ur Tingravings arc given in ever other number. The Gentlemen's Magazine andAmcricanMonth 3 'Vviow ha itfaincii a standing that ensures its .tmuance; andtho commendatory notices of the nost reportable portion of the presa attests its mcr- - ' popularity. Each monthly number con-.i- Sfwiity-two extra sized Octavo pages, and j. . -puts more reading matter than a .volume of a tn '. It in published at little more than half the P'l of any other Magazine in the United States, vet columns as many ORIGINAL PAPERS a nny other monthly publication. WM. E. BURTON, Editor fr...

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