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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 June 1836

BY II. B.STACY. SPEECH OF MR. ADAMS. In the Home of Representatives, Mny 23, on llie resolution uuthoriting llie payment of ration to the inhabitants of Alabama nnd Georgia, who have liecn driven from llieir homes by llie In- (li.UK. This speech is of too great a length to admit of our publishing it entire. Mr Ad.uin began by al igning his reasons for voting in favor of this reso lution. The reason why lie should vole for llie res olution he said w.u iho same with thai why he toted against llie resolution in the morning, that the House had no uulhorily lo interfere in any way with 'the institution of slavery in llie stales. He pro ceeded to slate his reasons which he was then pro hibited from doing, for voting against thai resolu tion. He proceeded to show, 1I1.U in llie conliugen 'cies of cither of the wars which now threaten us, 'Congress would have authority in various ways lo interfac with llie institution of Slavery, J I return then, to my first position, that 'there are two cl...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 June 1836

. Uio cultivation of com an J coHon; to tho I comforts of tho fireside i lo llio dollghls or homo.' This was tlio pystcm of Washington, and of Jofferson, steadily pursued bynlllhcir successors, and lo which nil your trcatius and nil your intorcoursj wiih llio lnJian lubes were ncr-omtnoil ued. The whole system is now broken up, nml instc.nl of ll you hive adopted lli.il ofc-tpi-lling bj foico or by coinp.icl, nil I be lmiun tribes Iroin their own tcriilniins nnd dwelling, to n legion bevondllio Mississippi, bejomlihe Missouri, liryon I (lie rknm.n, Iwideiiii iiiimi Mexico ; n thtre vnn li.ive deluded lliein with the lope I i.U they will find a pcrminent nboJo-n fiiul resting pl.ice from your ncvci-emling rapacity and persefii lion. There you luic uiiuoiUkcii to lp.ul the one dicnt iin.l lo drlic the rcliici.ml, by fi ami or by roicc, by ire.ilv, or hv llio sword nn I tlio iillu ! or.UI no iriiiimtiofthaScinhiolcs, of llio Creek, or llio Cherokee., of the CIiocMwj, mid of how tinny o...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 June 1836

Nathan Rico's Estate. STATU OF VERMONT, District of Chittenden, ss. The Honorable the Probate Court for the District of Chittenden, To all persons concerned in the Estate of Nathan Rice, late oj Burlington, in said District dictated, Greeting. WHEIlEAS.thc Executors ofsaid dccoaR cd proposos to render an .account or their administration and present thoir accouin acainstsaid estate for examination and al lowance at a session of tl.o Court of Probate, o bo I olden at Willed Inn in Willislon, on he fust Monday of July next. Tliowfow. you are hereby notified to appear before said Court at the lime and place aforesaid, and shew cause, ir any you have, why Hie account aforesaid should not bo allowed. Given under my hand at W.lliston, this UlhdayofJuly.A. D. 1830. , Minaay q MANSEn, Register. PUBLIC NOTICE IS hereby given that the subscriber will expose for sale at PUBLIC AUC TION, on Saturday, the 18th day of June ot o nVlnck P. M. at the house of II. Thomas in Burlington, the grass growi...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 17 June 1836

May 20, 1836. LEMUEL CURTIS &, CO. havo re ceived, in addition lo their last weeks arrival, a choico selection of Broadcloths, of every color, quality and price, from 173 to 9 00.; nbb'd Buckskins; Cossiuiercs , : mix'd Lnstings; Crapo do.; Bcnvertocns ; 4 and C 4 Tickings; 5 0 and 12-1 linen Sheetings : Umbrellas, Parasols ; Bumba inos. fioni 00o. to $3; Glass Clolh ; linen, cumbrio ami pongee Ildkfs.; black, Italian and English Chrck; Cravats! green clastic nnd common Brnccs; 0 to 1 1-1 bro. linen Table Cloths i do. bleach'd do ; worsted Damask col'd ilo : 100 pits, common Pins ; German do; Monks and Eyes ; cheap vest and cost Muttons i enrfet Rings ; Tnpoi; cotton Tlirciul; cheap Dross Ildkfs ; Os saburgs, l)ucki, Russia Sheetings, Sic. KEIIN & EVANS KAVE just received from Now York, their spring supply of goods, com. prising a choico selection of CLOTHS, CASSIMEIIES, rUSTLYGS, TRM MIXGS, i(C. winch with thoir former stock, makes their assortment the best they have ever o...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 June 1836

NOT THE CtOKY OF C iH S A U ; BUT T II U WELFAIIE OF II O M E. BY H. II STACY. FRIDAY, JUNE 2d, 1836. VOL. X No. 470; SON G BY L. L. I.. I loved tier I. nnd licr nzurc eyes Ilnunicd mc fioin sweet sunnso To llio dewy evening's close, Dyeing rosier (lie rose. Yet I said) 'lis best to be Free and I again was Tree. Hul I changed nnd auburn hair Scan'd to (lost upon the nir ; Till I thought llio orange-flower Ilicnlhcd ol nothing but her bower. Yet I Baiil, 'lis best to be Free and I ngniii was ficc. Next I loved a Moorish maid! And her check of moonlit elmilo ; I'nlo nnd languid, loft my sleep Not u elude but hcr's to keep. Yet I Euid, 'tia best to be Free and I again was Tree. Hut there came u lovelier one ; Sho undid nil they li.ul done : 1 loved I lovo her nh, how well ! Language has no power to tell. Now the wonder is to mo How I over lived while fico ! TOBACCO. What niukca my teeth from day to day, Exhibit symptoms of decay, With pain and anguish rot nway 1 Tobacco ! What makes my...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 June 1836

FRIDAY M O II N I N G, J U N E 2 J. PJBOPXiS'S TIOKST. ran imiesidkkt WM. IF. HARRISON, FOR VICE rilESIMENT FRANCIS C!ltAN(;i!ll. FOR GOVERNOR SXTxJX'J H. J2IJISON, LIKUf, OOVBIlNOtt D.VVII) 31. CAMP, of Deiby. Tho Antimasons of Chitten den County and all others op posed to Secret Societies, are requested to meet at the Inn of John A. Willey, in Wilhston, on MONDAY tho FOURTH layof JULY next, at TEN o'clock forenoon, for the pur pose of selecting two persons to be presented to the Freemen of said Uounty as candidates tor Senators. nARKA IlLLE'1' County Geo. A All,:, Q J HosEA Spalding, j June 22d, 1830. COUNT V CONVENTION. Pursuant to public notice thereof, a very large convention of delegates friendly to tho election of Harrison and Granger, from the several towns in the county of Chittenden, assembled at Caglc Hall in Williston, on Tuesday, tho 14th day of June, IG3C. On nomination, the Hon. Win. A. Gris. wold was called to l ho chair, and David French appointed secretary. On moti...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 June 1836

TAVERJV STAND And Village Lots Sale. THE Tavern Stand on iho wost side oftho liver in tho village of Keeeovillo.N. Y. lately occopied by Rodman Brown, including near two acica of land and two good dwelling Ihoasos, besides tlio tavern Houso and out Siouses. Tho abovo property is situated in the coiner mado by the great stalo road run ning noith, and the Port Kent and tho Hop Ikinton turnpiko running wost, and is well watered. Ono oftho dwolling housos Is now at rent for f 100 a year, and tho Tavern house at i300, and the olhor dwelling houso may bo ranted, say, at $G0 or $75. Tho whole square will be sold together or in separate parts. But constituting as it does an entire plat, consisting of several contiguous lots, in the most growing Village on tho west sido of LakoChamplain, in tho vicinity of tho Iron Lumbering, Flouring, and Woolen Manufac. tories of the Ausablo River, purchasers would do beit by securing tho whole at onco ; as the proprietors can dispose of the whole on terms...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 24 June 1836

May 20, 18 36. r EMUEL UUIlTis Muy. Ll ccivcd.in aiil'nloll'ui',aSXih7 arrival, a choica sojcclio.. of. UJn'"L rnlnr. mial'llV Olid nriCO, irom to 9 OO.i ribb'd Buckskins i mix'd Lnstmgs; orapu tjnrll a ! r. ,i Tickings: 5 8 and I2-; linen Bomba- Sheetings; """o' -C tbV linen, zincs, Irom 50c. to jw. . . .. cambric and ponSce "ukfe. i blad . Italia i. and BnIWi Cliccki C.avale; green clastic Sd common Uracci 0 to I -1 bro. line 1V.bluCloll.Bi .1... blcacl.M do ; worsted Damask cnl'd do : 100 pits, common I ins German do; Hooks and Eyes; cheap veil and coat Buttons ; corset Rings ; Tapes; cotton Threads; cheap Dress lldkfss Os :aburgs, Ducks. Russia Sheetings, &c IfcEItN & EVANS AVE just received Irom wow lorn, 83. their spring supply of goods, com nrisiii" a choice selection ol G.LO .!, cassImeres, MSTvnis, trm- MINGS, Sc, which with their former btock, makes their assortment the best they have ever offered. And notwithslaml in the present unparalleled high prices ol goods i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 July 1836

NOT THE GliOIlY OF CESAIi; DU T THE WELFAIIE OF ROME. BIT H. li. STACY. THE NEWSPAPER. "Lo ! where ll cornea before llio cheerful lire, Damps from die press in smoky cm Is apire, (As from lite carili I lie sun exhales the dew,) Ere we can read die wonders that ensue ; Then eager every eye Biirvcys the part That bring! its favorite siiImcci lo (lie heart J Urave politicians look for Mela alone, And gravely add conjectures of llieir own : The ipriglitly nymph, who never broke her rem, For totlering crown, or mighty l.iniU oppress'd. Finds broils nnd battles but neglects them all For songs or suits, n birth-lav or a ball : The keen, watm man o'crlooks each idle tale, For '.Monies wanted,' or 'Estates on sale' While some with eniia! minds to all annul, Pleased with carh part, and griees I o find an end. For this all readers turn, and all can look Pleased on a paper who nhtior a book) Tltoe who ne'er designed their Itible to peruse, Who think it hard lo be denied their news j Sinneis ani...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 July 1836

P II I D A Y MORNING, JULY 1. PEOPLE'S TICXHT. FOR PREBIDEKT WM, II. HARRISON FOR VICE rUKSIOENT FRANCIS GRANGER. FOR GOVERNOR SILAS II. J3NISON, LIEUT. GOVERNOR DAVID M. CAM1, of Dciliy. STOT10 The Antimasons of Chittcn den County and all oihers op. posed to Secret Societies, are requested to meet at the Inn of John A. Willcy, in Wilhston, on MONDAY the FOURTH day of JULY next, at TEN o'clock forenoon, for the pur pose of selecting two persons to bo presented to the Freemen of sard County as candidates lor Senators. Harrv Miller, ) Geo. A. Allen, Hosea Spalding, ) June 22d, 183G. County Comm. 'ICE A Convention of the Whigs and others, of Grand Isle Co. opposed to Van Buren and Johnson for President and Vice President, will bo holden at the Court House in North Hero, on WEDNESDAY the 13th day of July, A. D. 183G, at ONE o'clock afternoon, for the purpose of nominating a can didate for Senator in Grand Isle County. Each town in said county is requested to be represented in said Conve...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 July 1836

Lyman & Cole, Will pay cash for flccco Wool in clean merchantable order, delivered al their store in Burlington. July 1. Stray Horse. CAME into the enclosure of tlio subscri ber some time tnc first week in June, a brown (bur year old gelding HORSE, with both hind feet white, and a star in the forehead. Tho owner is requested to pay cliargoa and lake him awoy. V 1 b URN It Y HODGES. Richmond, June 27, 1U3G. Drugs & Medicines. THE subscriber has just received from New York and is now opening an extensive assortment of Drugs and Medi cints, which ho offers cheap for cash or short credit Tho stock comprises many of Iho new French medicines and an assort ment of the most approved genuine patent medicines. Physicians anil families may rely on his unwearried exertions to give satisfaction in this department. ROBERT MOODY. Burlington, Juno 25, 1B30, corner of Church street and tho square. tFilliam Wells St Co. f Chittenden Co. t. CourTi Satford Stevens. ) March Term, 183G. At tho Au...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 1 July 1836

NOTICE To the inhabitant aj Burlington If Vicinity. rpHE iindcregncd lias rented t ho 6torc formerly occupied by Wm. Wells, and the last year by David Irish, where ho is now receivinu from New York a general assortment nf DRY GOODS. WET and DRY GROCERIES. CROCKERY, GLASS and HARD WARE, wlucli lie will eell Tor cash or most kinds of country produce os cheap ns the cheapest. Ho takes this opportunity to thank the public for the general support ho has re ceived for tho short time ho has bcon in business, and ho hopes, by giving good bargains and paying sirict attention to business, still to reccivo the same general eupport. SOLOMON WALKER. Burlington, May 21. 1836. Drugs and Medicines. LATHROP & POTWIN have receiv ed their Spring supply of Genuine Drugs anil Medicines and arc now offering them to the public, at wholesale or retail, on the most rcasonabk terms. June 3. KERN & EVANS HAVE just received from Now York, their spring supply of goods, com prising a choice selection of ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 July 1836

rre-T r r -'s 0xtt S$$ NOT THE GLORY OF C JE S A K ; BUT THE WELFARE OF ROME. BY H. B. STACY. FRIDAY, JULrY 8, 1836. VOL. XNo. 472. MY MOTHER'S VOICE. Mv mother's voice ! I hear it now, 1 feel her li.md upon my brow, As when, in heart-felt joy, 'She mined her evening hymn of praise, And called down blessings oa the days Or her beloved boy. .My mother1! voice ! I hear it now, Her hand is on my burning brow, As that in e.irlv hour. When fever throbbed in nil my veim, And that kind hand first soothed my paint With heating power. My mother's voice t it sounds at when '"She read to me of holy men, The Patriarchs of old ; Andgaiing downward in mv face, 'She seemed each infant thought to trace My blue eyes told. It comes when llmujhu unhallowed tlirong, Woven in sweet deceptive song And whispers round by heart J As when at eve it rose on high, I hear ami think that she is nigh, And they depart. Though round my heart nil, all beside 1 lie voice of Friendship, Love, had diod ; Thai voire wou...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 July 1836

made during tlic recess of congress during t lie first week of its" next session. Scc II. And bo il further enacted, Tlint whenever I lie amount of public do. positrs to tin) credit of the Treasurer of the United Sialc3 in nuy bnnk f, 1 1 a 1 1 , for a whole quarter of a jenr exceed tho ono fourth pait of tho arnmint of the capital Mock of such biuk ncltmlly paid in, the batiks shall allow nnd pay to the United Slates fur I tic use of lliu oxcess of tho da pnsitcs over I he one fourth part of its capi tal, nn intercut nl the rale oftwo per cent, par annum, to bo calculated for ench quar ter, upon lliu tivcrarro excess of the nnarteri mid it pIiiII but lie duty nf ihe Secretary of . i m . . i .. . ino i rcastiry, in ine cioso ol encli quarter, to cnuc Ihc nniounts on dopositc in ench cloposilu uinli lor the quarter to bo exam Hied and aiccrlnincd, nnd to see that nil sums of interest accruing under the pro visions of this section arc by the banks rc npectivnly pasf-d to the credit of...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 July 1836

Wanted 2000 yds. home manufactured white flannels, (or which a good price in Good will be paid by D. VV. INGERSOLL& CO. July 1030. Wanted. THE subscribers will pay thn highest market price in Goodi for 10 Tons rood Butter, delivered nt their store D. V. INGERSOLL & CO. July 1036. Wanted 2000 pairs Wool Socks, want ed, for which a fair price in Goods will bo paid by D. W. INGERSOLL & CO. June 183G. Wool. THE subscriber will pay hnlf cash for Sheared Lambs Wool. Customers are requested to forward their wool without delay. WM. I. SEYMOUR. Burlington, July 7, 1030 3w Pigeons and other game being nlcnty. wo would inform sportsmen that ' . r r. , t ..,., t I Cl.nl wo haven nne cngiisu uouuiu umrui onm Gun for sale, also Shot Bags, Powder Flasks, Powder Horns, Percussion caps, and Powder, Flints, priming wire and brush, es, at the Vorioty Shop. " July 7. ' Panobobn & BntMSMAin, Dr. B. J. Heineberg RESPECTFULLY informs the inliab 'Hants ofBurlinglnn and Vicinity that he has ...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 8 July 1836

Tin Plates, &c Tin Plates ; Russia, English and American sheet Iron ; iron Ware- ; sheet and bolt Copper; sheet Zinc; tind. ond blk Rivets ; wire Vellum, etc. ALSO A lull assortment of Tin Ware, al wholesale or retail T. F. Si W. L, STRONG. June 33. Take Notice. ALL persons who are owing mo by note nr hook account, will call and close Ihe same and save cost immediately. LEMUEL CURTIS. .'une 3. 76 doz. large fire works mTF. with to inforin those who like losee TT good Fire Works, that wo intend having an addition to our Stock of Rockets, Fire Wheel?, Roman Candles, Italian KtrnmcfH. Toiirbelaitis. Nests of Snakes, Flower Pots, Grass-Hoppers, Blue Lights, l'igcons, serpents, oic. maning uouui i ilnznn in nil ; so thai wo think we can sup iilw all orders from home or abroad, (which wo havo not been able to do any former season.) At wholesale only wo havo a quantity of red Chinese Crackers; also for tnln niilliniT Crnrki'rs and Torpedoes, or ThrowimCrackers : the two last kinds tiro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 July 1836

ill wuviiw&tmx NOT THE GLORY OP CrtJSA n ; n u t t ii'e w e l a ntf o f it o m e'. r m BY U.K. STACY. From I lie London Metropolitan, for May. A GOVERNESsS WANTED. II MRS. A It D V . "Our Governess lefi ns, dear In other, Lust nlglu, in n strange fii oT !pie. Will you kindly reck mil fur iiiwiIpt ! Wpwiimi her i l.uesi nexi week : But I'll nitr von h few plain credentials, The hntgain uiih spent 10 rompleie ; Take n pen just set ilnwn ihe essentials, And begin ui llie lop of 1I10 vlieel ! Willi easy nnd modest derision, She ever mini iiiuvp. art, nnd speak, Bhe must understand I'renrh wild precision, Italian, nnd Lmin, nnd Greek ; SIip mnsi pl.iy the pi.ino divinely, Exrel ml llip h.iip mid llie lute, DoHllsor's nf MPHillHunik finely, And nuke feather-Aimers, and wax-fruit. Pile mint answer nil (pieries ditectly, And .ill scienres well understand, Pninl in oil', skenh fi- 'in n.iiuip rorrerilv, And m iip (Jerinsn text, nnd plmi i-li.ui'l ; She iii"i sin iih power, suenre, .ind s...

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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 July 1836

FRIDAY MOIININO, JULY 15. PSOPIiB'S TSCKEST. FOR FREMDKNT WM. II. HARBISON. FOR VICE ritnSIIIENT i FRANCIS GRANGER. ton GOVERNOR S Z Ta & S H. JE1IISON, 1.1 EUr. apyKRNOR DAVID M. tfrtaiP, of Detby! UcTnn.Ncii.ME.vr. Tito most prominent urnl iiinft successful charge oguinst Mr Adams' Administration was, that it was extravagant. We now nek tlio people to draw a comparison. Mr Adams expended about thirteen millions the last year, it be ing the largest amount of tlio four. Gen. Jackson lias been increasing that amount every year of his administration, until it amounted to thirty million last year. Tho National Intelligencer contains tho follow ing, which shows how much is appropriated for the current year : "The nggirgnic amount of impropriations made by I he ncls pns-rd riming ilic I.He session of Con gress is nbout thirty-five millions of dollars. Of this nmounl il is cm ions to fee the lery large pro portion made for objects connected with our Indian rcUtiani. Kor r.n rjing into...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 July 1836

MARKIED. On the 22J nil. at Norlli Rend, Ohio, by the IUf. J.T. Hrunko William 11. H. rtLon, Esq. formerly of Richmund, Va. to Miss ArntA T. younjcst daughter of Oen. Win. II. Harrison. DIED. In this Village, on Wednesday morning Inst.Mrs. JAWS L. C. Hont, wife of Mr. William L. Strong mf reliant of the firm of V. F. & W. L. Stroni, nnd daughter of Luilicr B. Hunt, Esq. of Si. Albans, ng-id 20eurs, In Mih-ni.iiii i ho 14t1i nit. Oidkok Hoxsik, Esq. aged 77. But few enjoyed such uninterrupted dealih ni did the deceased, until llio day of hi denth. On the morning of tint djy he complained of n ilight Indisposition, but nut in uny degree to alarm either himjelfor family. At noon lint indis position, though not having apparently increased, prevented hit going usual to the dinner-table. Immediately afier dinner Ilia daughter-in-law hav ing prepared some food for him which wna thought he could eat, found him, on entering the room, n eorpsel It was evident he died without snuggle, as h...

Publication Title: Burlington Free Press
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Country/State of Publication: Vermont, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Burlington free press. — 15 July 1836

Fine Summer Slacks, The Vamietv Shop. JUST npcncil six 1I117. English hair cloth Slocks; fill; nml brtstlu Stocks, white etripcil, green oiul lilnck, striped lilno, onJ black Etriprd and ploul striped thin summer Stocks; tome lenl Itur bound at lop nodbot torn. These, with our covered and trim mod Stocks, make t In: bcel assortment we overbad. Also stitched, corded und plain Collaniand busom. Ploau rail and look ut thetii, Pangdoun Si Rhi.nmaii. Juno 21. Tin Plates, &c Tin Plates; Russia, English ami Amertcon shed Iron ; iron Waru ! sheet and bolt Copper; sheei Zinc; tind. nnd blk Rivets ; wire Vellum, etc. ALSOA full asnrltnciit of Tin Ware, at w liolceale nr r i l nil T. F. Sz W. L, STRONG. Line 93. Take Notice. ALL persons who arc owing me by note or book account, will call and close the 6amc and save eoi immediately. LEMUEL CURTIS. .'uno 3. 76 cloz. large fire works WE wish to Inform those who like to sou good Fire Winks-, that wo intend having an addition to our Stock of Ro...

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