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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

TO BRZDGB_BmZ.D33RS P. GOOD'S ur apnoTTEZviEKT ket brsbges. FRANCIS GOOD, of the township of New London, ill the county of Chester, and state ot Pennsylvania, obtained letters patent for an improved plan of erecting Bridges over streams of water. The plan combines strength and permtihehcy with economy, so mn^ch so as not to require, in some situations;-more than one half the expense to erect-a Bridge oh this plan, und when built would not be liable to be injured by a fi-.eihet, or rise in the stieani; the Bridge ..being constructed and Becuvt-3 ih" 8ueli'a"'mfinrfcr'J' that if the water should rise so high as to run over the tpR of .IMl'is, Bridge'w,ould,r^m;iip;firmj-andrSOctire<; T.liOjplarf hasibepn submitted 'to a'nunibisv of stieiltific m'eif,' whB''all pronounce it'a l great•impw*ement.,.'Wlie,oiithrs"TllahMiarf-btfcii erected over a bMnrii^of, WlJltecVay'biceki'iii' the towhshipiidfJ^ndongrove,... which veceivctl ¦ the appvqbafipp, of;iy urjf .apflrtintfitby/tlv-ic...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

'" fe^^it'i&^ls-JPiFffislir;' BXyP«v,llfJl//MyA^s\c\iM0pltEiTOSiC' .> Jiilil)' ' . _ FANILT AVBttIB}ilf>lhevs' ,<:l?.k:\ H'il , f»ENJ^IW>BJDWi^i^i«'^Sl«frpen'i{ntl ' JSSt •©corgestrefetei'1'h.laderjjOTfe Was»A«edft* tor. seven' ycai's'Vi(H''e«l*lne'lniii'vousHyis; bV iWhicU he was not iible-to"-wf4t<<'' -nTi~nAme'.>"ii^r4"i symptorns^wi're er«s, «ltio'h7 narry'fe-fifdillc.paiii iifflhe-Rcrtd'iloss'HPVipiteefteJ'ptetrft'lbrP^the! !Uea«p«dd«>csVap, daimuds's'OT^n3ht.0Msh.Th' nt W'V ?XM&$^j«WMW^ mt- aerVft«taetll ;vtgor-6r-ebui*prsVcltnek vof.dhe stomach, im. ipairetf.appetite, coldness nftd wca'k-n'esS oT^ disturbed; rcB4^«enleMf^esSm-3ttAI «*;«,>«,, ;the sfpnuich afferxaling, (WMt ni.entaT.despondency,,severelyh^pSifo in-tnS-clicst.'back and fidet'ioo^'t!itene«sMO^K^' ,d!«lllat>dtoh^e'ri!'iiiijn coavers-tiani-{ -'flIit;;B?-lias tpnd^-'tt'hiti<tf.t4rioas (inedifcineB nnw.berordalOiVilbrid,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

SffH W%#*^3. ik "K^vffl tHfenuVBolie|fitfttmving;iWHfr(i/'fire jr^' fWfc^ifttprevftllB^gWnst-^iWlww***)^ tlufi practice of.medicine, its .well as! to give' i ©'^sft^i^^isi^ thinks itSuefcessai-^* t(,-*ii-fKpni-/fA.,l,^. .r.liuitn.Vt.. .' ' .... .. i *F^^Bp^p839^m^^^n»^^] ' '*iBSB*rjJgWt#j^0»_gf|lWQmI'' j ." the TiiuE Tn<m&MJ$XSM<s k ' JX-.dQ.i^'JLi T-.H." A I We knoi^thii' f/rediih j, andi/ie?ao' jllk' ?Arla'6br h the weaUh'bfipe-gjUitt mass of ttti-'t /ieVJtteWi this as in mtjsi >otbcV'Vountrtes.' jlfyfiteilePv' /i \thercfom ihat hialth >Vf_NA 7 Vli=Mi •Jrt'-, dtf<r,<f» a grand nlofal- and; political schim'e., fS. fulfil mhkh.reqnires our ulifeos' atten'tioii'.'1" '¦'""'V'-.'. THE unparalleled Veputatlon whicli'J'Pettfr9* Pills have'acquired as a MedicRl-RestoVativ^j is the mrtst'uhqUestiOnirble proof that cunMJe'gi^ ven of their immense-lmportancetbtlieafftTCted,' in almost e'Ver^'clasS of diseases. The1 tfllmber of lettefsrece...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

TO UK'.rWW. 'liV-ACIH:'--;Kc6pl-cte-d:fl,16rill>: I am truly gratified that I can return my sinccre.thauKs.to you, wlio have beeii the,;b«use of iny,being ,i-estoi-,ed to perfect Iieafth. , Jfqr live months past I have been hibor'mg-under a severe ChrOnic Inflammatory .Rheumatism'/ atteoiled \vitb'tlibi!HV.;,-l<)ss of appetite, ihwiless of'spirits U-ti- ¦HaVlhg'fre'ffuently heard of the truly excdlcrit.qiialjty of 'your Camomile Pills, 1 at lat-t determined to make trial of them; although not . w^t-hiiu^qonsideruble opposition from my physiciaii'nnc) faiyiiy..','At last seeing my deiei-mination tli'ey;ar'^^cil \'o the trial; and upon using the Uiil'd 'iiWCKVigii'T- w-.es altiigether restored to health. How can I.cxnress my gratilude and sincere regard^ for such., li su.viour_ of : human frames? My*'c'asc wtis altogether hopeless, and 1 most cotifi-ss"ntvself surprised at the extraordinary result.rt^x'i people,w43re6vermbrfc.i>iess-. ed,\than.wxiune,;wi(!i,suQl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

. .a^fc!S»E£iE,IJBIjl<j.. MORE^Rd^>FMof; the emc'qc)^f Dr. W. 'Evairsfj'^u^iniSl Toiiir.'iA&l Family At periunt PillEl'iNvfc'-Josliiia Swaffl", Cajic May . county, ,N;. Ji*ie. frectU,iill^.restoi^dj!t.«iliealth from the follqwiiig- (listrtssing-sy mptonisi-rrExtremc debi I i tyHheiidlfdJsivjitJt'constim C iMniift: tlteii d e, h'lj?'*..ii'jd jimbsj giddiness, and.djmness. of ^ejght;, ¦ sj.ckne'ss.at'^ystomjicbvimpi^ liculty.ot?l>rea,tliing; ,gireat..pressure, and w.eiglit . -. 'it'thCt'sfoiiiacI) a.mv eatiogj.deufessijjn.dfsmfiM, ^^^H'-'fe^^ pnifisin ihc.cjiest; costivetiess.-and ntlier syronT, toms not necessary to enumerate. Mrs._Swaiii, wl fe?oft»e'^af<afeaRl»SMftlSl-flinr-ha»'ols'8i beenl'A^?'?A',;0 '^e^tJi-lfy -l^.afeveinvpl^le.n^eili,; cihes.- TIer.syhiptpmsV)y. e^---i!er,vou>sneM,^e-jji-, ache, pain m the side',' loss of appetite, disturbed •'M^MlbjipPggft ®5®.TOffa5a8<.fcby itimrmed that their motiyes for making this.dec, ra...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

'fc*.5M^^%C^- *'W1|^«|«^t thesbifcBuholcdniBijhudlcf »a,';regau> MHysician ,who has ma^fcjhispri-fDajJtu'hjfi-ady ^6f his life.' •digrossingtojetjiih' w^, «, ,1 -ey^ari: iipU effect* .lve/to'oporafe;' , '%,' ¦ '"''-1-.;. '"••''>-a .-; :; i 'J>S< Becau'WtheyJhw.T'emiWm'ehaeu'asstatidard .mcddciiie/byttlie.regolhrifnsnlty/ ui n' nir.iu,.,.. I gifi •iBecftVHdibylke.epirlg'thtjay. jteminiapfttural ,8-AS^/?4-*?fMpn-.tlxQH.pur^ ,alrnps* evpry disease J' Pfca'ds'c the*%-che&'fcntfpb'rtabe, .''nn«J rf!ll, .i'fta1n'iiir/th' elr;iirtufcSnfi'mil1 vtEo^-m<anV cHrpate;.a*tdiforiitiylehgt1VV>ftlhie; ¦ ,.- : • ,. 8 Because1; notwitHstandhig. their; simplicity and .n;ildiie^s,,th(jy,nre,one ofthe spe£fliv»t;purgalivejmegiciiies.w.liiphhasyefbetrrtiiscoveretL '.',;.,;P.?, <r?'u?fe;rh£'y.*ire ?n y"-j)i"nk"rcrnedy for procnVit-gilghodappetite:' ¦ p ¦ • ¦''•;¦¦ ¦ ' ¦ ' ''10] •Bt^.-liKMrtcosesoftplecb'or(Wsponilertcy; .byithch-ilicaltHy, influen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

•;•:.;:.:.',: sikpitmisw Arvis'-;;''-^ -¦¦ B«iiT;:;Mianwfctjwre^ The subscriber wisliejr tb'irijfQriir1liisl>'frieiids and.)h<Lpublic that he continues tlie-mahufactff' , ring' ofjall km'ds"of:.nn^l>iaerjr,,for,-';\y9qIeniiFaiC'. toi'ies,.togcther.with;".'..! '; '."' ,' :' PRBNOSUTOH WI3EI. STONES, . -; :at hisoldstahdiji);|J'eyy! C.unii)er,I.a1qd;'nilof which [ }\ie will warranf, .tO;i)e;Wad4yin!'tbe best work".'./manlike^maimer^nd.ofj-ilile'Xesi^matiei^alcWnd' ^_selVtjt' ih^lpiyeKtVprt' ces^, uy»'pji; accomiiipd*tin| t'erm's.7: ':.' :,~*;-;v.".',..".V'"i';.-',;;-,-.;'n J -i.'j/,; ?,;,;"¦ ;.,j "; A cqh ^ tant stjp'pty-jif.-C.ards, \yilirbe,.ls,ept; pn Hands,and oljl.machmesreB?i | 'ed-,,... ,.;- ,-j,' • - ,- ,.-• ¦¦ .,.;' - ,'V^H'^.ieAEff.LtNSER'i • -'"June! 21, 1838." " ,_./,„ j :. Ja.,hl;.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

1 , .-BISSOl-U'ffJON..,' . ¦& The partnerShip'heretofore;ex3sting"between the..subscribers, -under Jhe name of-Moore/and Biddleis-thi? day dissolved by uvutunl;consent All basincss of the firm will.be rsettled, by JSliii Moore. ' ¦ Js ¦¦ ¦ . .., ,, , _ JOHN MOORE. ',.'"" . '.. 'EDWARD M.;BJDD.LE. i Ciirlislc,;.Ianuary 31,;i839. ¦ ... ,j, ;,.,., .,.,,.,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

'-' "O^^lifcN^SST^.,.,/. .The^ubscr'ilj'cr^furhijh^s Dentists with his -celebrated Minef'al'Incofyu/itifite Teeth, which have been spoken of in thehighbst'termsdf'crimm.eqdation.by;:al^wjio l^aye used {lienaj'ahd-bj numerqiiis;meri pf pTofpSjndjcheuiiqal gpnwj|ijg(j who-jiaVVewminedtnein^TAls^'^umpi^^^ A QoHlFqilfTfii;d6.,Te^ij.'.8ccVin'clduliVg, ;eybry'aS ticTe; qfi'mnterlaf usedjn ptpt'al Siirggrjc,' Tfeefli, grila^'ap•.•1ient',by'M4^' .*.o*,nyAa>fp^Jr$Union --?nen-oftlereo.',."-;";, ' ... iT'H.'.KN.A^P;'' .'. '.Rta^3iy;1838, .•' .•Sur^conVp;e; 'r i*tst','''$,aItUjjqi;e ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

¦ • ; ¦v-fj&x&t ¦ B5P:oyaa.W:;:-'-> >A-~SPliJYJ)tD-assor-t-ment-of-^-fancy -Fninliliii jfSL and Parlor fShows','Mlt.^iled for coal or wood. Also, a.varie! ty-i5rCodX'/»j^:<S7owi of the . most,BConQmical-,aml,approved<-kind;.-<rWood stoves "arid fltfieivcasKngs.;for"sale." eithVufiHislie'd ' brintlie platesi yiry cheap, for. Cash ofirpbroved country produce.7 ->• ¦ ' •*¦> •''.-' '"i^.o- ' ¦';' .,,.,,. .PiEIB, EOBRINP StTHODItliltJ • ¦ Oak Grove Ftirr face,''Ocf."4..83&.. \ .. tf,--

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

i^^mmhmM^-^ Neatly^nd.expeciitioiis^ -,-execti-' ." i~>, ~; ted'at ttii»«MR«S8-z-j&'/^«

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

J!.pbj'|u%{^*n/l^h-hut little success. Sometime .("fiSB.1 'IfflSSslJictetf with what.is generally ter-. ' '}S^''jWfy& tl,r' J rhcurixatism, and the pains 1 ' suffered wnvexcruciathig, particularly in my i.''11 .^ ,/' Wlls attoitdctl by.the.sBme eminent i>i#f5iti|.Va«rsc£feuft^,-etn\y; pajns, that ; lauiUinum was copiously ndminisrerpd to lull me, ! • iln\l «AoI .Thj» aiiffoVnfglilUlt affJildtO brit'a«M-i'-Jo'i r rary relief: my jiiints; were swelled and stiff, iny 1 right arm and band were powerless—1 could i imtjjioveii finger. I had the tvhilc smelling in ! -myff!Rhtkqeej{anaiTiy*aiikle joint was sMIetl ' !md!-itiffi*-*Mhi8 n-roa^/Avith purulent e^pectrP ration, accompanied with the dysentery. In fact • Jrivtts'lleftntj'? Ihe'diiferent'disenscsrandttlidtreatJ' mctitj PI'esRri be;;!,' .a- Hxing slqvletoih. almost' without nnyjliope .pfp-elief,,., On'e-.jtjiT, niyiflclgliDnrs whp visited nie about this'tinie, aUviseiTihe to •rail pnW^rcdferick'EnrinhW,' atvdT'did'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

.IM'PO!W!A«', l'^''TO«*PB'M;Acli3ES'i '1^'RVWWLnEMS§nlP^liW«^' liP*v^ ¦ bTOanip\mR-c»% wmmfcffiMffiww. chingeroHSjanqGhs.tife'lhUlt's'is at the clraiige 'of life,'aim 1t% then'thaijVhey.reoilke.ru medicine, which will so ihVig(ira'tetKeir'mihd',arid strength-. ,eir-tho"rrrconstitutions,-as-may-enBble"ilIcn^n ;withstand theiShtlCg' . 'f ^ngieS'wJit^nre in a'deli-. cate state', art often t'i'Qu'Wedwitlisickneps, such as vwjifWg, hfenrfbnrti, JiehilapUej tOMlJnche, hysterics, and other troublesome syrpptomslfrom which thev'frin-TihnHlii-rtfsW kih)*sDh Evans^drrf&mile Pills, which remove d&ijjttfeys.in the" neatli'ditivigoyitfe the iiiiliVd' . 'i s%)!eT!gtWn tllg bStly, improve the memory, and enliverethe itnBgimAiod'. Uemenibe'fing'nlvJt fvs to"Keebnthe bnwelsfipeh with Evans'.FamWA'-,' perieni Anti-bitiouif Pills. For sald'iat,'ffi«,i'i''.,f -" '"'V*% 'S<*3P§&b$P rFPS$.^aflisWaiitT-oy '' ..-*. - t<-O^Wt-sf)44.tio.Shippensburs.' Carlisle, Sept 6,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

" IVESIKSfilji'S ¦ ^0'17BLS' LIPTJWG' PUMP." fHlHEsnbscrfliers having purchased the patrJPvi!".''^U°, Me'-fsell's.DoubleLiftingPumfi for Cumberland,'Peri-y.; Jnnu.ta & .Miffljn counties-, hereby give notice, that they are now pre3 pared to nnislnnnd, put up at the shortest notice the.tibove mentioned, r -v 1 .,', ,, . , •- .> ''• .!«AliUiiBOgJ: -PUMP; '¦ ' ' amlnttspreasraablearatethat almost any person will.J>e.iible. to procure one. From the knowledge the.subscijbers have of the great util ity ol the Pump, "which ,is, constructed on the principle of the fii-e Wigine, tliey'ha'zan! nothing in saying that it will fully'come up to public expecwiion.' The public are requested to call at thede/iot adjoining Mr. Aughinbaugh's Hotel iri Uai'lisle, where one-'of the pumps can be seen in tiill'operation m'theirourse of a few days ¦ ' ''•' ¦ ^M^l^VVSW.-Landishurg;' ; : A; YOUNG, Carlisle. - tvlarch'15,1838. ¦" " ¦- "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 7 February 1839

-,-----:- )liyBa-COIH3?tAINT,- -¦'..[ Cured ii/jbr.' tKn. Jiyaifs'' Chamomile To' nie ;_:,'' and.rf/ierteiu: Pills.< '"".,.'• MR,sr«i-YTLE, Mount-J-oy', "Lancaster coi ^^ completely restored to health, by Dr; **r"s Chamomile Pills. Her symptoms-were, great pain in her right side, could not lie. on her KlYJ,t Ji«'1,t", ., .i!S,S.1'.!!}'aHPn ef-<h.e,pa,in, disturbed rest.r,.£xtreme debility,* pains hi the head,' loss of appetite, pidpiftttipjj,bfc;u,e'heart, giddiness SRd;-^W!>*.f?.-ftMigbl*.langor1 with other sy«i» t?.TO,IP"1*!tt*<n^SwMe'nmKe'iirien't; in the. ftinc-V. ons.^L'he iiVer.- Miss Lytic,daughter offlie aforesaid-Mrs. .Lj-tleyjias also been rcstoredto perfect; ,hpaltli„by.th.c.same invaluable medicine. ^iy;^fit ^7-'?i'JWr£;^tremeJrien'ousness,..a^ tended *ithse£«re'.,'jiain, m' hey si<lc,"sicliness on therstgmiich, Verwotions,- ficc. . Mrs. Lytic has thet pleasure .'of infpimihg the public, thatjiumeron_srci«ius.siro,llivrlq her^wu ^ fin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

Terms of Publication The American Volunteer Is published every 1 hursday morning, in the white frame building, (rear of the court house,) at Two Dollars per annum, payable half yearly in advance, or two dollars and fifty cents if not paid within the year. '! No subscription taken for a less term than six months, and no discontinuance permitted until all arrearages are paid. A failure to notify a discontinuance .at the expiration of a term, will be considered a new engagement. i Advertisements will be thankfully received, rind published at the rate of gl 00 per square tor three insertions, and IS cts'. fur each subsequent insertion. Those not specifically ordered will be inserteVf till, forbid. Handbills, Blanks; Cards^Uc. neatly executed at short notice, and. at moderate prices. AGENTS FOB THE VOLUNTEER. The following Gentlemen will please..act lis agents for this paper; suhscriptionsreceived,and money paid to either of these individuals will be acknowledged by us. John Moop...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in the Pout Office at Carlisle, Pa. FebruaryAst, 1839. . JSjfgidkefs will please say advertised:- > •^lliifei-, A, * M ithiaadWgjpP^ -•. Agiwp'nv 11 Esq ¦ Milter SiiaTin Allen Jain M Mumau Jacob Aim Chambers Murhy John Askwith'Anne D Moore M.iry Ann B Miitnich Peter - Brennaci Micheal' Mell Jane BtjllJane / Miller George Bossem an E 2 Moore Mary J Bowers Abraham Meredith C.itlicn Bevins Christian Miller John Hon'liamJ E M.itson Peter Browi' Ann Mycin Mary J me Boyle Elizabeth M. Merl Katriua -Blackbutri-George-2"—Mitrk wart-Jacob t Brown Elizabeth IVIC fljynhart John McVey Milliam D ,,„ "Brcclibilf Philip - McAiiaterJunes Beaty Nancy W ' McElwee Charles Uoilieu Leah McDonell Elizabeth Brechbill Elizabeth McAral Dniiel Beclinsin Christian , MiG n'ter John. Beaty Mary McMullen Williuii B.trriliiirc Mnrgaret McCalian'Neal Billings Eliz.ilirth Mc.Guire Patrick " Baker William , Mclntire B'E^q Brown James -¦ Mc nrtnev-N.mcy Bullingtnn Anna McClary E...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

$ <& <& •« g <r % % For the Volunteer. A JSouWo Acrostic. May, its1 flowers spreads in vain, •Summer waves its golden grain, Autumn bends its ripening head,— O r, winter its white mantel spread. R iyuUts may sprightly flow; L aurels may their victories show,-Y ouths may, in fancy's bowers bray,— ' ¦ 0 r, ladies.may their charms display.' Asia—may in.fragrance float, *irusic tun.e its sweetest note, Novels—may their story tell, 0 des be play'd ever so well, N one of all, in beauty, can—i^e ar compare, with Miss Niagara. • • ¦ BY GRENVILLE MELLEN. ., ' ¦ —impetuous'rage—¦ The shout that tore hell's concave. I. Oh God! my praver is to Thee—amid sounds That rock the world!—I've seen thy majesty • Within the veil I've heard the anthem, shout Of a great ocean, as it leapt in mist . About thy thunder-shaken path!—Thy voice," Asct-ttturivs have heard it in the nlsh. And roar of waters! 1 have heard thy step FjII like a trampling host, above, arou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

M-I S 0 STL Ii AN-B 0 Tt S ; ---,... For the Volunteer-- To tho Young Xiatlies of Cumberland County, and then of the XT. States, between tho ages of fifteen and thirty. , Messrs. Editors:—I have not lived long in the world—butin my.short life, I.have seen a good many things as they ought not to be. For instance, I have seen it to be almost invariably thfe case, that in making what are sometimes termed "matches," the gentlemen have to take the lead. Now against this, Pam compelled after the most mature deliberation, to' protest as being, unfair on both sides. If there be difficulty in this'bus'iness; I-see noffwhjrthe ladies should not-bear, a proper portion'of it.' If there be any advantage in making -suit; I see not why they shptild not have tlieir share 'of that; also.— "Time about is fair-play," -and asrthe fair seKaree^ually-inter^sted with ourselves in th' m niatteri I think it s&nds.to reason tiiat they should have, something, more, of power, than a mere veto—a...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 14 February 1839

MABGOLINA. , : i ¦ A Talc of: Venice. .'.' •' It was midnight;,the great clock had struck, and was still eclioing through every porch and gallery in the quarter of St.'Mark; when a young citizen,wrapped in a cloak was hastening home from an interview with his mistress. His step was light for his heart was so.—Her parents had just consented to their marriage, and the very day was. named; ^'Lovely Guiletta!'? he cried, ''And shall I then call thee mine at last? "Who was ever so blest as thy.Marcolinat" But as he spoke he stopped for something was glittering on the pavement before him. It was a scabbard of rich workmanship, and the discovery what was it but an earnest of good fortune? "Rest thou there," he cried, thrusting it gaily into his belt,—"If another claims thee not, thou hast changed masters," andtm he wenthumming the burden-of a sbug which he and his Guiletta had been singing together. But how little'w'e know what the next minute will bring forth. - - -, He turned by th...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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