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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

lion. A. |II. KcaU's Speech. Wei this day publish, at the request ot hundreds of our subscribers/the able Speech of ouif late townsman,' Hon. A. H. Read, deceased. We do this, because we know that tlie sentiments by him avowed,on the floor of Congress in 1842, not only coincided wifh o|r views on that subject then, but because \ye believe the opinions of the democra cy in t|iis Congressional District have undergone 110 change sbce that time, in -respect to the ilmportfliit topics upon; which he so ably discoursed. His reasoning in advocacy of the protective policy, and in favor of raising ample;; revenue for governmental purposes, by an I imposition of discriminating duties upon foreign fabrics, &c- was approved by bis constituents in that year of general peace, I842:j how much more strongly applicable to be present emergency are his arguments, while pur national debt is daily increasing, with a\rapid growth, in consequence of ah expensive war wjlli a Foreign Nntiort...

Publication Title: Peoples Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

'I r~—- —-^^ I .„ . 'I. ¦ ., fi'ancis.QuiuQ. 1 ...iThis gcntleman.a residentof Silver Lake, is I the Democratic, candidate for ¦ Auditor, 'upon the ticket fatmed on Uliritidny evening 'oflasf Coiihiweek!' It will not be'forgotten 'l 'i ' ' ' ' 'J 1 ¦ " that he was eu(pgized, on that occasion, by Dr. Leel, for having last fall declined being n candidate on -the "People's Ticket," for thesame office—and this, after!he had consented thatjiis name should be placed there. 1The fimut-S/icct, down-town,.reiterates this [ note of praise. Will our fellow -Democrats who voted the "'People's Ticket" be thus insolently taunted? If, under the impolitic course adopted' by, tlie clique, Thomas Nicholson, of Springvillc, should be elected to that office, no blame can be attributed to us—, the fault will rest with the disorganize rs of the'Firc-prpof1 Faction, and not whh the People, who have endured the arrogance of political dictators until forbearance, ceases to be a. vir tue. pp We- no...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

,- Xbe North.Brancta Canal. 'i;' As &re ore thankful fiijr small favors in,'relationpo matters of encourogembnt touching the prospect of aconip|(eirion of'thwimpbr'-! -f ¦ •.-i^•.'!:•.:<--'. KrVri!.;nJ*>:il ¦ »^w%^Mi**ta^An«*^.^'''v*'kv»iiw^«;». -^^;1^^^ j *• '<rrrJTr-.::.'-.ry:i tant and unfinished work withir^ a reasonaj S^bie^sJttzineJIf^ ^ g|atf?yib| tofarf, tlbQf thisyCoh^re'|io|bl IMstahj|^hich|b So« itital^ in tereiicdl' infSts |ro|ress npd titlbto-ndcomplishbent, by its Vote on the 13th inst., does not give sanation to that "Bill of abominations," the British Tariff 1L'tfw it l&fji; -hy basting a' tnajdrity bf v-btcs for Congress in favor of David Wilmot, the ! Stbjdk of th« ij Corrfpatiyr will W' speedil/ taken up,! and U10 'hnlarlce of work{ piit, at 1 tsssjjjsjsx 1 1 once, undat-HPomract.,.^-. -.-.-i. d..-»—.^. c-. .->Vhat sayjyqu, fellow,.electors:? shall, we more, care .for our own inmrests; or for those of a littld ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

• ' ' ¦¦ i ^ ggiBegHg f""" ' ''Soicid^ •-¦•="=-->*"-™" i A meia,ncho|3r'case of gmporary in^niw= nnicortsequefitsuiBlde occurred abou^jf^i miles f|)m thi|iVilj|gc,4f the Towfffiip of pimoci^n Wcdn§sday/of\Jast we\k. .^ Mr. Jaincs Sherman, who moved into this section Jof country laljteng, from Orange county! Ni V.' an3! {006 > residence' irpou n' farm which he purcJsMed of Mr. Alten Upspn, bllic township referred'tot ^ent, onj the (jay mentioned, Beiiberateli from thie-' held iiiwliicli he^wajj»t,i|VorktJtajiig houscjjirp cured n razor, ^nd repaired to a swarnp about fliree-fourths. of a. mile distant when he apparently, first inflicted two <or three bcisteifs upon hjs nrm, with a viewtb blbddlettin^,hTich sqycrcd the jugular veb bf his neck, Which resulted in death. His circum stance^ b life were such, as reasonably to repel the suspicion that -pecofiiary ernbal1-rassmcjit impelled him to'a comnlissirth df the fulfil act. The'fucf'that lie lefta' wife an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

To Onr Tnr^iDfFricuds fa SmifbfleW nnd T|own«nips Au^blnlng: - ',„' 'GEi^rtEMfesrr-^Bewarc of p: trnvagnpt assertions and .ha^lps^^prpni^sis, which wa have rca^pn ii to suspect!; were m<^° at ",e political; iabcrbg i» East Smioifield, toudi-. ing^hc'ploBpdcts bf *fr. Wiltrw t in^Susqiieliannn ^btyi'^nV' e ate told f Jt»t;jthe. TFJa^- tionists «^W'P^, in rapk h istilitytoithc ^eop^lafllitlcu-^' Qandidate ;f» r .Congress, liaye cobbisspned emissaries^ to bibdlme there.-p^did^oriprivately," th k unroSwlcd decldratiJn^hiSt'Wilmot wilf 1 :cpivc a'inhjority witfmije 'hcrel' ,'^',-t 4t. %^v^' Tlie 'el^tbrs^ Couuty"wiU neyw givLsa^ ilction; toisuohni 1 assertion at thffhnlkitfboklinevtjr. ^We ednfjaentljre^- tWct ^bnjor^o^frob^ttr;t< 'M^dftfi hMS^P^^^^^' •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

..„ .Satisf4cu»ry Testimonial. * The Tiogd Eagle, an ow jjemocrauc piper in Tioja county, of exalted reputation for political integrity, and $e only Democratic pap|r b that county, in testimony cf the real moral and political worth of Robert G. Whit! Esq., the People's candidate for Congress! publishes the proceedings of the Conference by which he was nominated, a„d adds theWlowing editorial remarks: ^ Tariff CAbrnATsV-U will be seen by V rPfrrence to pother column, that Robert G. White Esq. has been brought forward as the Tariff candid&te in this Congressional d.s-„;,r ..nd in Supposition to Mr. Wilmot pf Bradford county. It would therefore appear that the Tariff question is fairly m the field, alone as it were, presenting a strange anomalv in bings political! We shaU find in Mr. While a forimdable opponent, he being so well and favtifrble known to the people of this countv, .|»d whose character, we must say, unbiassed by party predilection, is marked bv strict iate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

How Will the Whiffs vote! It is said, tpt many W lugs in 1 ow«uu«, . tt-ill vote for jkivid Wilmot. Welljbc it so. Wc cannot afbid their voting for whom tfiey please. Prot|ibly the patriotic and enlightened portion |f that party, having no candidate of their bwn on the course, will cast beir votes fpr Robert G. White. What proportion th|t class will bear to be entire number, welfare unable to soy. Let time -:s, - -i determine. 5

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

Property lixcmpi from Execution. We observe on examining tlie Pamphlet Laws of lastljisession, the following Sections contained onjinge 4.47; favorable to the poor debtor. Weifopy them into "The People's Advocate" fafjthe-information of our numerous readers. | ) Sec. 7. Frjpm and after th'e passage of this act, the ijsecessary tools of a tradesman shall be exempt from levy and sale, by virtue of any warrant or execution. , j Sec. 8. Tlfe following property, in addition to that already exempt from levy and sale, by- virtue; of any execution or distress for rent, shall, when owned by anv person actually engaged jn the science of agricul ture, »i hke manner, be exempt from levy and sale, vizi one horse, mare or gelding, not exceeding; in value fifty dollars ; one set of horse gearij; and one plough, or in lieu thereof, one joke of oxen, with yoke and chain ; and one plough, at be option of the defendant. '{ V\ - Sec 9. T!|at from and- after the passage of this act, Itishall be ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

j Kcnjsof tl)c lUcck. ' ' 3 ^ From the Keystone. One Teum.—Several Democratic papers in this State have declared themselves in favor bf this principle, hut it is only just to say thai they elirnestly support the re-electibn of Mrj.Fostcr as Canal Commissioner. More than once have we expressed our regret that the juiscussion of this subject was not postponed till after tlie fall election; yet we do not feel inclined to " ostracise" those, who bavje commenced the argument; but would prefer to persuade delay rather than tfbondonjbent. Our contemporary of the Pennsylij&nbn deals too harshly with the j" on e terift" men. .Jefferson nnd Jackson both recommended one executive term, and no re-election. Some of our best men in the contention, advocated that it should find a places in the"'Constitution of our! State; and ultlipugli.it was not inserted there, we think that; men have a right by their votes and influence, to establish this principle if they deeb it subservient to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

Important from ajexlco- A letter (says be Courier bf last evening) | has been rccieved by a highly respectable '. commercial house in this city, from Vera ' tSrusq, dated September 5, w|bich states that ! the Mexican Executive has rejected the c- ! vertures of our Government- for a treaty of! peace, on the ground bat the subject of; peace cannot be treated of by the Executive without tlie sanctiou of Congress, and that I the Congress wiil not be in session till the [ month of December. ^ ' We also learn, from the same source,that j the Mexican troops at Son^Louis Potosi havcf been ordered not to march towards Mon terey. . '! ' It is an interesting questidn, to be solved by future advices from Mexico, whether this rejecticn pf the overtures of our Government was approved by ISanta Anna, and whether, in fact, he ivyas at that moment presidbg over the Government We believe the propbsals of our Govern, roent bvolved no suspcnsioul-ofliostilities till the conclusion and ratificat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

_ , ¦ ^^^M^^MM — • 1 SslrenM Crark . - Ii . • Richard CorJLTER,"Esq,;of Westjhoreland, has|becn appointed by the Governor tb be an Associate Justice of be Supreme Court of ^ennsylvama, to supply be vacancy occasioned by) the death of Judge JKennedy. ,a I 1} Mr;-Coulter is] a sound lawyer, and has long since; been jdistbguiahed for hi^ eloquence a|d abilitjy. Those who kno» him best, consider him as possessing all tlfe requiremeris of anjuble and upright Judge. In politicsMr. p. has acted wib the Whig party, haf tag in 1844, been the chairman of a Comm|itee infWestmoreland! in fatior of Gen. Mafckle for [Governor, and opposed to the election qfMr. Muhlenberg^J&rrisburg Argils. j >j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

| Judge Kidder. ~ 1 lus gentleman is still suffering frob the effects, of the injuries received by the ii psettingofai|ages6bedaysago. The Bottsville Emporium pjublishes an extract from a letter written by Him at Wilkesbarre, on the lCkh, uistl| whicl} says< «I have suffered much froi| my late; injury. I have succeeded tn gettmg Ijamei but I fear bat it will bo some time: before I am fully recovered.1 I esteem it,i| however,, very for tunate tHk I have escaped whh bylife". I am oWigt|d to be brief for I am \n constant pab resultbg frpm my i|ijurie8,y—Harritbnrg Argu^. _ fp^ Tip Hon. ]Ellis Lkwis, Presjaent JUdge ,of the Coujt of Common Plena) for m Lancaster District, b,as beep, appointed Professor,1 'pf Lawj and Medical Juriiprudejace, b|Franklb CoUege. The Cnlfcge bajs beeh fprtunatejin obtaining the services ofioneoftjie ablcit Juris^U in the State Httrrubufa ^Irgui .. ' , j|. The Boston Tr|nsoript says, the amount ofjduties r|aid upojn goods imported b be steame...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

Receihls for toe Peoples' Admateii F^r the week bniluig Oct. 1, 18-16. [j Ira BrUter,? I $0,30 I"aj-« to No. 41 Sidney ^n^-man, j : 1,00 "" H' 52 Stenhert Bvnum, j .25 " i' 82 J. Lowry, |i copies, | 2,00 " I*' 28 John Irvinf, - -! 1,00 " '¦" 67 JJH.'M'Kdne, 1 - ,50 " j" 42 Hcnrvtfluf, , 1 .50 " ) ' 42 HeHryGr4gcr, . 1,00 " tr" 52 Ni Mitchell & Co. 4 ' '1,00 " ;!" C7 Pbct fJ. Zf Dimock, 1,00 " ij" 5.2 Charica D.a.athropj " • 1,00. " \f> 52' Qhe»ter Adams, ,50 " J>' 26 JTames Voa)lg^ . ,, 1,00 " ," 52 SiKendauj 9 copies, 2.25 " !" 28 Jqtm-BW*, , 1,00 " >' 52 Richard Ftocher 1,00 " ' ^2 J.T.BBrtiard, 1,00 . " »• 52 iT»«b Shi*, 1 1,00 " " 52 Tbon»» Ffckcring, i . 1,00 " " 52 B. D. Bcironet, ! 1,00 " " 52 Danirf M'€oUnm,. 1,00 " »' 52 Jscob X.'jiramer, 1 1,0(1 " '*' 60 Harvey Ttier, A 1,00 " , ':•' 52 Wo! F. BBttley, 1,00 " \* 52 A.«erricKT i;00 " \" 52 Hais obJDhtriss 6» A»v KisD, whether <jf gou^ rliemiatisfii, headache,] or any ntber kind of ath...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

tmmARgEgs, conaEcyn yinkt jsj^juf ^^i^^^ j j - NEW YORK_ 8ebt.?{.W«-, u^^'f"^ ': **,75®: 5,W Bye {do. ; do SfiO.&.&S Com meal | do - «V3a ?J^ Wheat, to taw : ffiS'JS Cora -ao; W <i'V#f Barley, 3 ^ : 0)24 ® o^ft ct * «*";. ; 0,34.9 <?M Fhixpe^rfcXlncncan,^ " d.OS® o^t Tallow, per lb> rpndered, , 0.07 » n'ttf Butteriper lb. Orange co. 0,13 "*"»,J»T " OQ|!. iSweatemdairy, 0,10*0,14 Sb Te ^lb -' . 0,0ft.« 0M Beef, per barrel, mess, 6,50 @'7M p~v "«Tl!'X I*"'* ' - *M'riMBork, nerbarrel.jnes.v »,«7|»i0,«« •• [«» .prime, , 7,871® 8,8* Lard, pet lb. , 0jUJ-» ala flams peflK smoked" »! * Ox borai per hundred,. ! Ofttmajm American woo}) peelb. naxon 0.17 a e 31t j? -"..;r«Ms*r4. wtm ¦*J, !i*fMerm« f 0.S8 *'-»^I' do) ;!' :iiiuvejjjfMe^no 0,1i> & Jo,iir

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

* i For the People's Advocate- ¦ TO THE PVBI/IC. f Messrs. EbiToas:—Having been politi-. tally proseribed by a small p'onion of a pqb. lie meeting hfeld in this Borough, on Wjed^j Aesday eveuii|g last, (for there was only some' half a dozcnivoices in favor of the Resotu-•wii proscribi|ig me) I deem it due to myself <uid the pum% to state the facta in relation .to it. ;'i. It is well known that I have ever been ¦ decidedly favorable to-a Tariff that will give adequate prelection to the manufacturing . nnd milling i&terests of my native state, and JK> one iuow* that fact better than Mr. Wilm"t, the autfior, though not the mover, of «<¦ resolution! On Tuesday eVening, a democratic n^eti -»ug iras callefi by those opposed tu tile! 4an« of 1846. | I Sidnohandln getfin'grtlnp, »nd took no,|art in its "proceedings, except to respopd to> call made on me to givelmyi '¦Jews on tbe^subject of theJTariffrf which I insider a lo|al and nojt n polUicalaa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

CoagTcksional Nomiaiatio.iis. lhe following are the nominations for Congress, made in this State : ! DisL Whig*. , Democrats.. 1. E. Joy Morris, Thos. B. Florence, 2. »J. R. IrlgersoD, Wm. A. Stokes, 3. J. M Colemam*a£has. Brown,! 4. R. T. Conrad, ^!LR. Ingersol), 5. John ^ K. Zeilin, tSaS ^'l G. Leiper, 0. J. W. H(|-nbeck, *John Erdman, - ". A. R. Mclllvoine, ^ohn Rutter,; 8. *John Strohm, Henry Halderhan, 9. Diller Liiiher, tWm. Strong, 10. f •Richard Brodhead, 11. Chester Butler, "Owen D. Leib, -12- * Rob't G. White/ • -13. • James Pollock, Allison White, ; 14. Hi. N. Eckert, Mercer Brown, I lo. H. JVes.(in dem) fJohn Rankin, { . \' 16. Jas'r E. fcrady, tSarauel Hepburjn; i - 17. *J. Blanchard, A. Porter Wilson, -, 1*. *A. Stewart, Daniel Weygano, ¦ 19- Jos. H. F|ulins, tJqb Mann, - I . 20. fJohn Dickey, John R.' Shannon, 21. tM. Hnnipton, W. McCandless, 22. J. W. Fajrelly tMorrow B. Lo*ry, 23. Jas. Cariipbell, 'James Thompson, 24: Alex'r Iriviu, tFindlay Pnttersbn.J | Na...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

_TT TTKtffiIED,v. i.. j, ( ' . At ]Fo|ast Lake, S apt' 22& by B. Sam ill, Bioj Mr. Qt-nlit Hiwrs, i f Forest lake, to Miss Ot» tm* MA4t^.,«l"Fl«i owmjiWille, Tloja Co. k. T. ; "" "' | Vl *,.; ,*"-' ,'i ' "v " ,, ,,'K.i'.. :. ' • i i * !

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

| ^ pcctt^emjjtttg; ; ityjl&fyMMfym'-;.-' &to8#-W'hy.f2,4itiy,i6,.'.i'i 6^^10!byl4ii2brl# '>¦ »i: :JW-w^-^fNfe:.>t;t 7 by ^, 8%10, JOby 1% 10 by 14 Sash, for sale by .-. i h. ¦ \"'"^v^ •_ : j iiyoxs «i cHAirotrtL'i Montroie, sept 30, ltf46. | . U< )i*c.int ' SIX' <3ASES YANKEE NbTldltC^! ^ p OMKpSINGF'the foUqwing: T • , ^v"*""f - 600 erpss coot, pamy vest; and IbJrrBtmoM; '¦'¦ 300 doa.. Ivw^4te»,«iidb«4tCQrtui; ¦ ^ 40Opafcn^i,Clim<iBri2s-f. *.."." 1, S™St**,,#^¥,(r>^'14'l6> fr^'io'ifitfM 200do^.*poolThread;- * • .¦¦¦¦¦¦:\ t:vil 100 lb«, linnen, cotton, and sillt" Tbreai; '. -: a 10,000 skeins and sewing Silks; . . ¦ 15,000 NeedlesVi&prai No. i to 10, fine qu«lity: PeucibjTwijr.Cotd, BindTngsJ Spboi Hmort Soap, BniiUesi Stay4ace», ThimBea^TiAii HboU>' &Eyes^&c.;fo^siuel}y "Ly»3» fcChaodler. sept. 1846,.; |[ | - -, .; , ,„¦ , A > . dvotich. ¦-^';j!.s':; W>Wdebteji tofl. W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

..j i. k.i J-^i i .n.—i.. i j : :,;¦¦-.».. IttiscltiaiTCoua/ -i pi-t-i .!....¦ J. .*ia.'' Wi' =f '•iu,/. * i:?An Ansel's Mission. „r, ,, ,, jv ] .:Au angel stondjjm one of the eminence^ of ficavetyyiien 1|! a voice proclaimed, ".^jj foflp .nijjHjrvnnt, ii*nd receive frbnj.tlhe-dweu. ei(^iols>yonjuer tw-|ikling sphere.rthe tribute they^kflfefro the iling df heavcm* Thc-atf-l Jtt^rcij'd" bis si|oyvy pinions, orVd dirccttja1 |$(pj|jht':'lp wher4 °Ji the r^ntofesV^vergei^ owinttpn, a dim s$r faintly.glimmered. ¦ \He pjassed the1 shining orbs that roll in dazzling sjHe)idor around tl|c throne of God:! Beings' 4^'?najestic lovcl|ncss aijd Jmmoj&al grace peopled each mighty splierel, [ .Each., vdico *ra« full of melody, andeviary ey^-kindled ^tfe the undying bliss, as^ts glance turned henyeuward. F|r though .pwfect.'Js tlie! iiumortality of their;^aturc;_^ ^allocked to Where-the throndfof the Invisible burned in %hV«bdpSroachWa>d'fu1I of gldiry. Yet, liie paus...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Peoples Advocate — 1 October 1846

iiAlM. jNOTK LIST. " COBtttCTtP WKKKI...J vig"TlH: rFoi-T.-E's AJ>V"r»TK. !• .. ¦ >- _lv 3i1os-tk<>s>, Sept. 2.4, lt,M6. N ¦ 'P^NNSYLVANrk.''. Lt«WJ5»" - j .lis FhU»M>hio bank,-| par NEW HAMPSHIBB. Mail i Mec bank ;, par All solvent banks J.dis .Moyomeniing bank; par ^lAINE. Peun township bank par Calais bank 10a—Us bank notes 8* <J" Afrrtcidtund bank do GmuiL-. »1- j. jiat City bk Portland do rttnjsyia ¦ do . ' par / inmu, l«cotta do trerniontovrn ' : par Mercantile l>fe do Del c6 aVChestrr f par Stillw.it«r Canal bkdo Ohsstbrcoat W'Chvsterparjflanfnir Com bk do ¦Montjiuuury co . .;, par tVustbrunk bk do Farmers' Vk Bocks <Jo par" Citizt-ns' ok do Farniprs' bk Eead'jjj par Olnbc bk do Bastob '¦ / parWa.sliinjrinii'eo do Northampton ni> safe Krankford bk do . Lancaster bank i par All Milveut" banks 4 dis Far bk Lancaster pir VERMONT. LeliaMi 1 disBankofKt Allrans U ,lis Harrfcbnrg 1 dis bk nf Bennington — dU Mid...

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