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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 January 1852

fm fik fa (MfpcH 4NP1H w,l M- w«.yjjH *#t "-»t A .$&*&-« i-'--ju *.3 'fj a: i'Jttf3r r» 81» DAVID S. DANALDSON, Proprietor. faflA. From the Rational Intelligencer, f' fKHU ?A LETTER FEOM MAJOE DOWHIS0. __ Major Jack Downing to Gov. Louis Kossuth. DOIVKINOVILLE, POWM ETFT, 1.1 THE STATE Of M*I*E, December 22, 1851. DEAE GOVERNOR. I hope you wont feel plighted because I haint writ to you afore. The truth is, I haven't had no time. I've been so busy for about a month past, I couldn't get time to write no how. Uncle Joshua and I have been hard to work all the time, day and night, reading your speeches and the duins of the meetins in New York and England. We begun a wecek or two before you got to York, and have been at it ever since. We commonly get up and go at it before breakfast, and take turns reading, and keep it up till bed time that is, till nine o'clock in the evenin for that's the time we Downingville folks go to bed. So I hope you wont feel slighted beca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 January 1852

ifi "i TBS WABASH HNBL OFFICE EAST OF THE E C0UBT-H0TJ8E. D. S. DASTALDSOIT, Editor. E A E Wednesday Morning January14,1852. ERROR.—Our I compositor, in the list of delegates from Harrison township, to the Whig Convention at Indianapolis, in our our last paper, omitted, unintentionally, the names of R. W. Thompson and R. N. Hudson, in said list. These gentlemen were appointed delegates by the meeting on the 3d ult., and should have been so reported and published in the list, in the Express of last week. RIVEH, "WEATHER, fec.—The Wabash is down again, and blocked up with ice. Navigation closed. The Kentucky is above, on a bar, frozen up. The Ohio is again about closing with ice, stopping boating Since Sunday last, we have had another very cold apell—the thermometer ranging four degrees below zero—3now on the ground, with fair sleighing. Hog killing i3 about closing This week will likely close up all sales. During the week prices have been from $3,50 to $4,50, according to quality—but...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 January 1852

-V I-" mm sSSilPii§P r" »c From the National Intelligence o^ JaMtry lrt^ KOSSUTH. M. KCWUTH, accompanied by Vis suit, •waited yesterday oQ the PRESIDENT, to whom they WERE introduced by the SEC­ RETARY or STATE. We do not understand t&at the reception was designed to be a very formal or official one, but KOSSUTH read to the PRESIDENT a short address, of which we have been favored with the following copy r'' "Enlightened by the spirit of your country's instiutions when we succeeded to consolidate our natural ana historical State's right of self-government by placing it upon the broad foundation of democratic liberty "Inspired by your history when we had to fight for independence against annihilation by centralized absolutism: "Consoled by your people's sympathy when a victim of Russian interference with the laws of nature and of nature's God: "Protected in exile by the Government of the United States supporting the Sultan of Turkey in his noble resolution to uudergo the v...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 14 January 1852

ft 6 COTTHTING-HOUSE Jk± U& SXZ 41S2r^C2 ifi FOB THE YEAR OF OCR LOBD, 18-52. [Being Bissextile or Lo&p Year.J FLBHl'Aftr, MAHCU,.. .. A«: M. »T,. ., DfcCI MDtR,, U)00 30(1 Dry white do. 15 Neat's ft. Oil, 100 kegs Pure do.60 Castor Oil, 700 lbs. British Lustre,30 Pure. Olive Oil, 500 100 400 300 300 700 200 150 200 80 100 100 Black Lead, 150 lbs Nitric Acid. Litharge, 400 Sulphuric do. Venetian Red,4 bbls Plaster Paris, Yellow Ochre.6 Fish Oil, Span. Brown, 3 White Chalk, Gr'd, Logwood,300 lbs. Bar Lead, Ext. uo, 400 Copperas, Castile Soap, 40 Am. Vermillion, Terre-Haute. 'mMSii 8 SUN. 45 Pi C"» OA.VVARY,. 1 4 5 6 7 8 II 12 13 14 15 5 15 5 25 5 33 r, brpr* 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 35 23 24 2. 2g 27 t6 6 2 .... 1 2 3 4 5 6 6 lb 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 6 9 14 15 16 17 J8 19 20|6 0 5 42 t«v tested 21 22 23 24 &ST26 27 5 51 28 29 30 31 A rniL, -1 2 3 5 42 4 5 6 7 8 9 10|5 34 6 26 MAY, JT NL,. Jtt.Y,. 6 18 II 12 13 14 15 16 1715 25J6 35 18 19 20 21 22 23 2415 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 January 1852

icV citsfc is I siruea mat tirelj O' 1 1 1 tl ^rnfmii0^0imi)i^mimiSi^S^§' 4®m\' &>~K%gi 1^p?uktr unerring sagacity which will make mm »ne of the noblest of historical characters presented and «r- *^rJf 1 •!*,, ':_ iW dzidir JOC& ,'J: 4 „.'. -. WHOLE NO.'526. v.i"„.rc Opposition to Kossuth, growing out of lt]' coianess to^ara ROSSU a are it was only nnuinii 10 suppose um, ai- kossuth in his speeches England, irvre- lation to the beginning and the final object of that struggle, no one this country would seriously impugn his testimony, and strive to convict him of duplicity and false- hood, and yet, strange as it mav seem, struggle altogether contradictory to that given by the man who was its most mflu- Away hack in the dim nnd far-reccdrd I knowledgcd no allegiance to any haughty superior. In the 12th century, the crown became hereditary in the house of a Magyar, and he and his successors were sol- •mnly sworn to support a written constitu- t-ion. Al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 January 1852

TH W« 1XP1IBS. OFFICE EAST OF THE COUET-HOUBE. D. S. DANALD80N, Editor. E E A E Wednesday Morning, January 21,1852. Cold Weather! 1 excessive cold. We have tion of the moon just spreading her rays horizon. This, with the appearance of what are termed perihelias, for two or three mornings during the present month, complete the galaxy of visible signs (in the Heavens) of the weather. Whether they indicate the presence of the coldest, or the coming of still colder weather, we leave tho mercury to detormine. The cars started out on Monday morning, but finding all tho water stations frozen up, had to return. At another trial, they went on. The same thing happened at Iudianapolis. So we had no eastern mail on Monday night. On Monday night at 11 o'clock, the mercury in our thermometer had sunk into the ball, which was about 22 degs. below the cypher.— Tuesday morning at 7, it had risen up to 6d below zero, and during the day it still grew warmer, until it was quite tolerable. On Wednesday ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 January 1852

Legislative Summary. Senate.—On the thirtieth ult., Mr. Reid. Ifrom the judiciary committee, reported that free Backs may be established without infringing upon the chartered rights of the present State Bank which was coicuiTed in,, gre-proofin li a bill for districting the State for congress ional purposes, which was subsequently referred to the cotanVttee on that subject. On the same dav the ioint Resolution in I J° A resolution Was adopted, on the same On the same day the following bills and To regulate visiting the Indiana Hospital for the Insane —ayes 31, noes 10. For the relief of William Smith O'Brien and other Irish exiles—ayes 39 noes 1. nz A bill to amend the act, fcc., for the 'construction of plank roads. A bill to abolish the court of common A bill districting the State into Congsqssional districts A billconcemiilg deeds ahd mortgages, their acknowledgement, and the fee for reco»ding the same. A bill making general rtgillations for courts of jiistice, aiid defining the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 21 January 1852

v.- voo 80 100 100 COTTNTING-HOUSE ,£±Ua ATBIL.. MAY ,. JI VI 1 Jri.r. A 101 ST,. Sl.l'rKMRKR,. (". fOBKU,. Dl.i.1 Mill K,. April 2, 1851-16-tf ,,i SX2 S2T CS3 8 FOB THE YEAR OF Ol*R tOBD, Seta Bissoxtilo or Leap Year 5s -2 •J ANT A* V,. .v FLBJUAKY,. ft MARCH,.... 1 I "2 1 "I S3 5 S .5 3 .N 5c 1 2 37 20 4 40 4 5 6 7 8 9 1017 17j4 43 II 1V 13 14 15 16 17 13 19 20 21 22 23 24 '2b 26 37 28 29 30 12 3 1 5 6 7 6 52 5 8 8 9 10 11 l'J 13 14 6 45 5 15 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 6 35!5 25 24 f7 '23 ... .. I 2 3 1 '5 6,6 18!5 12 7 8 9 10 11 12 13,6 9 5 51 II 15 16 17 18 9 -20*6 0-6 0 v!l WJ i!3 21 26 127 5 51' 6 9 V8 29 30 31 1 2 3 1 5 6 '7 8 9 10 5 42'6 -18: 5 31 6 26 5 25 6 35 5 17,6 43 II 12 13 II 15 16 17 8 19 20 21 2*2 a.l 21 25 26 27 28 29 30 5 9'6 51 5 6 7 8'5 2 6 58 2 3 4 9 10 11 12 13 5J-1 5517' 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 4 50 23 24 25 26 27 2fcf 29 1 15'7 30 31 1 2 3 4 5 4 41 7 19 6 7 8 9 10 11 12:4 39 7 21 13 14 15 16 17 18 19,4 38 7 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 4 38:7 22 27 23 29 30 1 2 3 4 40 7 20 ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 28 January 1852

j,,.,,. llot iff 5 Ct t& **issVt ,8&^SL*»S^ *'td' ht i-,nits***tt i$-$% KA 9 ^".2A{f i£i£/4&£$£ I /. n/ DAVID S. DANAXDSON, Proprietor ..WHOLE NO.527. tr arose. ASd to this nothing i, wamed but to have achieved vou so wisely u?cd as to become P...-' the very existei the sorrow of bus of their dreams influence abroad, and development at home 5 nor was given to LCDWIO KOSJUTH LA.TOS, ,OF Tr star The respect for State rights in the Fed- and will go back over the ocean hopeless, oral Government of America, and in its perhaps, but my heart full of admiration, several States, will become an instructive love, and gratitude to your generous peor«mple for universal toleration, forbear-1 pie, to your glorious land. ance, and justice to the future States and But one single word even here I may be Republics of Europe. Upon this basis permitted to say—only such will be got rid of the mischievous ques tion of language nationalities, raised by cunning despotism ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 28 January 1852

OFFICE EAST OF THE C0UXT-H0U8E. D. tT DAKALDSON. Editor, E E A E Wednesday Morninz, January 2S 1S.V2. Gem rem—W« would likt in* co,, hi. of corn from any gentleman that o^ci us as his building or fixtures, much ju?t out. which very many arc interested in this quar Ross had taken great pains with his commoditcr, and, though this will,perhaps, bring down ous ware-room, and made itoneof the most conthe market price of the article, wc think, gener-!venient buildings of tho kind in the State, havally, the soldiers in the west will be glad of i«g put up every thing which could add to the In the Presidential election of 1848, the *'ote in these counties stood as follows Sullivan, .1,1-12 165 Greene fcl HIS Owen 9.0.J S ('lav, 7:u R.OO Viiji Vermillion 7G:t B:IO Parke I .RIM 1 Putnam ,noo 1,617 A* counties of the district lie very well together, wc had any right to expect, and we can only en is ruinously exposed. Holloway has hunt- soldier there! I should know that the reckless impiety in r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 28 January 1852

L&tt Fdrtign Jfews by the Arctic. ENGLASD.—The b, 0 leadiug topic of inter- chich had sundry interviews with the Min-, with the mails, was entirely consumed. Of I lie fire is suppossed to have orginatea FRANCE. is faction. Public funds exhibited and un- usually buoyant tone. A large number ^Ha.i 1, Smiling Morn—Glee—Spofforth. of persons belonging to secret societies,! ICT Doors open at 7 o'clock, p.m.— ho had been arrested in Paps,.were on Cayenne. under fourteen years, Twenty-Five Cents. The Patrie, of the 6th, published a note January 21, l£52 6-2w contradicting th*i statement that th*1 Pres-1 1"^^ A I ident had received an autograph letter i\l? I1 IjIv/1 JiUj liiiAJJ .• from the Emperor of Russia, congratula- pHitAOBteHIA «PR«o«a. tintr hiin on the success of the errand act of Third and Union streets, Philadelphia, sixteen ol the 2(1 Ol December. this city have rendered Dr. K. the most expert and Count D' Orsay was about to remind Hucc.^u^praaition^far the President ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 28 January 1852

O N I N O S E d£i» LSa SX5 KS »OB THE TEAR OF OrR LOBD, 1852. [Being Bissextile or Leap Year 3 »T /. 5= A St AM, FfcBRlAJlV,. »«•«,. A PHI!.. M, JtM... Jli.V,. At. OUST. 1 2 317 20 I 40 4 5 C, 7 6 9 10 7 17 I 13 12 13 14 l.'» 1 I7J7 12 1 48 !!C" IS 19 20 21 22 23 24-7 64 54 25 26 27 26 29 30 31 RT 59'5 1 "T (1° 100 100 300 300 700 200 150 200 80 100 100 l! 21 I 2 3 4 40 7 20 4 5 6 7 8 9 10|4 43,7 17 11 12 13 14 15 16 l7t4 17 7 13 18 19 20 21 22 23 24,4 52.7 8 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 4 58 7 2 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 5 5 6 55 9 10 11 12 13 14 5 12 6 48 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 5 20|6 40 22 23 21 25 26 27 2d. 5 26 6 33 29 30 31 1 2 3 37 6 23 5 6 7 8 9 10 11,5 16 6 II 12 13 14 15 16 17 18'5 54 6 6 19 20 21 22 23 24 2.V6 3|5 57 28 29 30 Oi I until,.. N'fjVl MBIK,. 2 6 12 5 IP 6 6 5-1 5 6 21 53 H| 52 13[4 17 2 a Dti'i.Mnui,. 7 8 9 10 11 12 i:i 11 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 2,'t 21 25 26 27 2* 211 30 1 2 a 1 5 6 7 8 i» 10 11 12 l.'l 14 15 16 17 1« 7 22 1 38 10 20 21 22 23 21 25 7 22 38 26 27 2H 20 30 31 i' .v...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 4 February 1852

Sv-iaw: V*-V DAVID S. DANALDSON, Proprietor» WWU.E WO. -528. soil corn, which is not regarded as a successful crop. Many of the hills and mountains are covered with inexhaustible forests of fine timber, generally fir and cedar. These forests frequently skirt the valleys and streams. As is well-known, the Columbia is the only great river on the Pacific slope, and stretches.from the sea coast to the Rocky Mountains. From its mouth to the Cascades, a distance of about one hundred and fifty miles, there is an uninterrupted navigation for vessels of the largest size. The Willamette empties into the Columbia, about ninety miles from its mouth.— This river is also navigable fot the largest vessels to Portland, fitteen miles from its mouth, and many have asccnded as high as Mihvaukie, seven miles further. At the risk of some little repetition it may not be deemed improper or unneccs- improper sary to give a more detailed and minute description of the valley of this and some of the other str...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 4 February 1852

h*i! I I 1- list® ill* liSS OFFICE EAST OF THE C0TTBT-H0TT8E. D. S. DAHALDSOH, Editor. E E A E Wednesday Morning, February 4,1852. Foa SALK. Jefferson Life Insurance Company of Cincinnati. It will be seen by an advertisement in another column, that an agency of thus company has been established at this place, to her, independent ol creditor* a2e zens, State of Indiana, $ Before me, a Justice of the Peace for said county, John Doc and Mary Doe signed and acknowledged the. annexed deed, this second dav of January, 1852. 0f for Vigo county, .hid. will, we tru.t, give jA an impulse to Lfe Insurance in this sec- keeps the compensation of our legislature so tion of our Slat*. In the East the svstem low that real business men cannot afford to devote theirtime to it, unless they are aspiring afof Life Insurance has becomc general, yet t,er higher offices and use this as a mere stepnot until the organization of the 'Jefferson,' Plng stone." 1, as our citizens had the opportunity of tli us am...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 4 February 1852

FOREIGN NEWS. New York, Jan. 29. The steamer America arrived at Halifax at midnight on Saturday. She brings dates to the 10th inst. France tranquil. A coolness existed between LordjNor mandy, the British Minisister at Paris, and the President, in consequence of a difficulty about Belgium. Normandy was to leave for London on the 10th, but other reports say that his absence is only temporary. Funds depressed in consequence of this difficulty, but closed firm. The promulgation of the new constitution Mas postponed ten days. Anxiety was felt inrelation to the details of the construction of State Senate. The dissolution of the English cabinet is inevitable. It was expect id that the ministry would fall through before the meeting of Parliament. Lord Russell had a conference with the Queen at Windsor. The attempt to strengthen the ministry by Peelite alliance? had signally failed, and the Prime Minister is obliged to meet Parliament without addition to his strength.— Marquis Lansdowne has ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 4 February 1852

COUNTING-HOUSE SSG S2T JCw FOR THE YKAtt" Of OUR tOBD, 1852. [Being Biasextile or Leap Tear. ASVAHY, FLBKLAHY,. MAKCH, Ma*,. L'NE,. .LL.LV.., Am i-sr. SUN. "W -f I -v ft I 3 jg h.ft, 1 2 3 7 20 4 40 3|V 61 29 2 3 4 ,V7 A rait,., 6,6 18)5 42J, I 9 0 5 3 6 2 6 5:.28,S9.30.-r 9j?! 2j| Si ri 4 ift 11 19 IS 14 5 Ooionut,. NOVLMSI.K, DkCJvMUJ.lt,. 29 30 31 I 1 2 .1 4 5 37 6 23 6 7 9 10 11)5 46 6 14 l-U 13 14 15 16 17 13(5 54.6 6 19 20 21 22 23 Ut 25'6 3:5 26 27 28 29 30 1 «l J.MHI.K,. S I N 0 1 8 6 1 N I~NG HAM W O E S A E S O E Directly North of the Court-Heuse, and next door East of M. W. Sodam's. 400 40 36 100 300 April 2. 1851-16 tf 8 TERRE-HAUTE. INDIANA. O W N DR. S. A. WEAVER'S THE nrs Black Lead, 150 lbs Nitric Acid, Litharge, 400 Sulphuric do. Venetian Red,4 bbN Plaster Paris, Yellow Ochre.6 Fish Oil. Span. Brown, 3 White ('balk. Gr'd. Logwood,300 lbs. Bar In'ad, Ext. do. Castile Soai\ Pearl Starcn, Ohro, Yellow, S OK OOVIXUTOS. rNDl.vNW. HAS leased, for a term of 4 U'' kl VVMWUW...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 11 February 1852

4tbrwlxa&*i> vxixxg* i^f 1 r-? -•«'*i E ••_ •. JL* Letter from Jadge Jay 011 the Kossuth Ecite-j 1 the place with which I have been honor- ous character of the rule which it is now proposed, shall hereafter govern our foreign policy. The London Peace Society has issued a timely note of warning against the seductive influence of Kossuth's efforts in England: and I write to call your attention to the propriety of a similar action on the part of our Society. Allow me to trespass a little on your time, while I urge some consideration", why, both as peace men, and as patriotic citizens, deeply interested in the prosperity, as well as in the fair character of our country, we should reject the novel policy recommended for our adoption bv the earnest and eloquent foreigner who lias lately landed on our shores. What is it that Kossuth asks of the Government of the United States 1 Divested of all circumlocution, his first and chief demand is, that in case Russia shall a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 11 February 1852

ws[ /OmC2 EAST COURT-HOUSE. D. S. DAKALDSDN, Editor. E E A E Wednesday Morning, February 11.1852. This is more particularly necessary which we have Wc hope the occasion will not be taken ad- vantage of to send anonymous and oftensivo missiles, to gratify a low feeling of -spite or re- ^ngo, and instil bitterness and retaliation, for BR.. Foa SALK.—A Mexican Land Warrant for LAST heard from at Jfew-Orlcans, and JT seems l£0 acres of gtod land. Apply soon to be has been much more successful in raising •D. S. DANALDuGN. the wind, so far, than Gov. Kossuth. "WASHINGTON'S BIBTH-DAY. dred thousands, while that of the other party is There seems to be a' general feeling in the jmuch less, owing perhaps, to the fact, that too ,*itst, and w«,hupe it will also prevail-in the much has been taken for banquets, and die west, that the coming Anniversary of the Fa- Kossuth retinue being so much larger than ther of his country, should be appropriately economy require®?. It is said too, that neither ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 11 February 1852

ADDBESS OF THE KOSSUTH COMMITTEE To the "people of the County of Vigo. The Committee appointed at a recent meeting of the citizens of Vigo county, to solicit contributions to a "Kossuth fund," which it is proposed to raise for the advancement of Hungarian freedom, have deemed it their duty to issue, in this form, an address to the public. They do it without hesitation, and with a consciousness that the call now made upon the liberality of our citizens will be freely and generously responded to. However much differences of opinion may be entertained in relation to the direct interference, by the Government of the United States, with Hungarian and other affairs,—^# agree that the present condition of the people of Hungary, entitle them to the active sympathy of every friend of popular institutions. Crushed— temporarily it is hoped—by the iron power of despotism, they are unable to throw off the burthen, beneath which they arc paralyzed, without material aid from those, who, enjoying t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Wabash Express — 11 February 1852

qOXTNTINQ-HOTTSE lia SX2 S2T CS Z~ FOR THE TEAR OF OITR LORD, 1852. [Being Blesoztile or Leap Year.} 1 I S jA-VfARlf,. FEDSCAKV,. MASCK,.. AMIL,. Mav, Junk,. JtLV.. 1 1 1 -.2 Pi t*, 05 ,C^ Cc I 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 '1 17 [4 43 11 12 13 14 15 16 17j7 12 4 48 18 19 20 21 22 23 247 6|4 54 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 6 5915 1 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 6 525 1 1 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 4 15 7 15 30 31 JI1- 19 VH ,fi 9 I A VU ST,. 'i SUTXMIIER,. October,.. DtCI.MIIlIK,. 22 23 24 25 20 27 2fj.5 28 6 33 29 30 31 I 1 2 3 4'5 3716 23 5 6 7 8 9 10 11:5 16,6 12 13 11 15 .16 17 18 5 54 6 6 19 20 21 22 23 21 25 6 3 5 57 26 27 28 29 30 I 2 6 12 5 13 3 4 5 6 7 8 9(6 21 10 11 12 13 1 1 15 16 6 30 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 6 38 S I N O 1 8 r, 1 N 1 N A W O E S A E S O E I'HE undersigned has received and is receiv- long ex si ness tomcra in liis line, their pat ronage. OILS, PAINTS, DYE-8TUFF8, &c., 6 bbls. Linseed Oil, 50 Boxes Wind. Glasis, 6 Lard 12 Star Candles, 7 Turpentine, 8 Iiosin Soap. 5 Alcohol, 6 Span. Whiting ...

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