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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

Assignee-Kotice Notice is hereby given, lhat John Rornig, and his wife Maria, of Lower Macungy township, Lehi g h count}*, have on the 2&1 day of January 18-19 , made a-voluntary assignment of all their property, real, personal and mixed, to the undersigned, for the benefit of their creditors. Such, therefore, who^are - indebted to tin; said John Ronijg. will see . the necessity of making- payment, between now and six weeks, and those who have any legal claims, Vvill present them in the above specified lime. . DAVID O, MOSER, Asignee. Feb. 8. U—Cw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

Assignee Notice Notice is hereby g iven that, Mr. William Fulmer, of Upper Saucon township, Lehig h county, has on the 31st of day January last, ""Shade a voluntary assignment, of all his-property, personal and mixed, loathe undersigned for the benefit of" his creditors. Such, therefore, wbo.are.iri anywise indebted to the said VVilliain Fulmer, are immediatel y called upon to make settlement. And those who have claims, will present them well authenticated to the undersigned. A. K. WITMAN,.4**jjf»ee. Feb. 8. " U—few

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

sroaitatiB ¦Js-hereby given, that the undersigned has been appointed Executor, of the Estate of George Bick, dec'd.Jateof-UpperMilford township, Lehi g h county. Therefore all persons who are indebted to said estate, will p lease to make settlement, between now and the first day of March next, and also all persons having claims against said estate, will please to present them within said specified time. -v Frederick Siumukd, Executor. Residing at Sally Ann Furnace, Berks county. Jan. 18 "fl—Cw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

£fQ)5Btt(0lil Notice is hereb y g iven that all claims due the estate of the fate Samuel Hunk, dee'd. not satisfied on or before the first day of April next, will be put in suit immediatel y after that time. Circumstances imperative upon the administrators render this course necessary. JOHNRUNK,J> a . .' -- ¦ -;¦ ' ¦ . C. M. RUNK, 5 Mnunutratort. Jan. 85. -J—4w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

WAXTVIBID The undersigned wishes to engage two or three young ladies of respectable character to learn the fancy Millinery business: Immediate application should be made, at her Millinery store, one door east ol Lewis Schmidt and Co's. Drug Store in Hamilton street Allentown. MATILDA BROWN. Feb. 8. U: —Iw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

Wateli Found ¦^fSJSraSS* The undersigned has on the £jttiaSSS?s^24 lh of January last found a watch, in Weisenburg township, Lehigh county. The right owner, by proving his property, can lake up the same, by paying the cost of advertising. DAVID METgGER. Feb. 1. ^—lw;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

Henry C, Longnecker Attorney and Counsellor at Law. Has resumed the practice of his profes sion in Lehi gh and the adjoining counties His office is in the residence of the late Hon Jon W. Hornbeck, in Hamilton street, Bot ough of Allentown. January 11. ,^f—Gin

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

IDlMMIiillJmaMOT Informs his old friends and the. public in general, lhat he has moved into his new building, at the "old stand," and thai he is again ready at all times to attend to professional duties. Nov. 16. 1—i\v

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

ffMMSa MTOo ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW, May be consulted during Court week, and a few duys before .at the house of David Stem, Innkeeper, in Allentown. August 5. ly *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

I*. VPl"CKOJW, ATTORNEY,AT LAW. Office East of theCourt House and nearl y opposite; at the corner of Margaret and Hamilton streets, Mav iio " *—Oin

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

ENGLISH & GERMAN JOBPIUNTIIVU, Of every description, neatly executed at the "~ i ' Office of the "Register."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

Congressional Proceedings. Wasbidotoh, March 4,1849. SENATE.—An amendment appropriating ten thousand dollars lo the purchase of the papers of George Washington, and a like sum for the papers of the late James Munroe, was discussed and carried, yeas 22, nays 14. The General Appropriation bill was then taken up and all the amendments to which no special objection was made were considered collectively. The amendment for paying the instalment under the Mexican treaty, was stricken-out, having been provided for in a separate bill. The amendment pro vidingfor a temporary government in California came up for consideration. Mr. Dix proceeded to make an elaborate speech on the general subject of providing governments for the new territories. Mr. Dix continued speaking till within fifteen minutes of the time fixed for taking.a recess, when on motion of Mr. Dickinson, the Senate went into Executive session. On the Senate re-assembling, the debate was continued. Mr. Niles closed his- rema...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

_ Gleanings from Exchanges. LsT'Hpn. Garret D. Wall has been appointed a Judge of ihe Court of Appeals by the Legislature of ihe Slate of New Jersey. Or" Thomas F. Marshall is proposed as a candidate for the Kentucky Constitutional Convention. GTA lawyer in England who had made love to a wealthy farmer's daughter and been rejected, recenly, senl in a large bill "for 275 attendances and giving advice on family matters." {3r~A poor man who had been ill, on being asked by a gentleman if he had taken a remedy, replied' 'No, I hainl laken any remedy, but I've taken lots of physic!" E3r*"People should not stop courting when they get married, but, on the contrary, should learn lo court the more. This laying aside ihe . little endearments lhat nursed love into being the very moment you have sworn to live on it forever, is almost perjury. Grit Uelongs to our nature to err—but it is the part of the fool to persevere in erroi. l5?*The duration of cold has been greater this winter than has ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

The New Era Anew administration—says the Philadelphia Sun is dawning upon Ihe country, and ihe Betting sun of one President but yields to the light of another, whose advent in Washington is nlroady announced. But it is not now merely a change of officers that lends interest to the approching 4lh of March. . For good or for ovil, the country has entered upon a now era, and the results lo flow from it must be momentous. Of him, who has desconded from the high position lo which he was lifted by a majorty of his countrymen, we do not desire topass judgement. The pen of history will pass that judgment upon the acts he has sanctioned. All things point to the election of General Tat/lor as a special Providence. The war with Mexico, which drew forth Ihe man oflhe lime, and gave the opportunity for the exercisa of noble qualities of mind and heart for the exhibilion of a courage that never faltered, and a will well tempered, buTbbld and irrepressible —a judgment cool and well balanced,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

Legislative Proceedings. SENATE.—The Senate resumed ihe consideration of the joint resolution relative to the amendment of the Conslitation. [Provides for the election of Judges by the people.] Messrs. King, Overfield and Drum opposed the restitutions, and Messrs. Johnson and Small advocated them. The resolutions u»t.u j.u.,o>.a 0^-4 r—.Ai-a by the following vote: Yeas—Messrs. Boas, Brawley, Brooke, Crabb, Cunningham, Forsyth, Hugus, Johnson, Lawrence, Levis, Mason, Matthias, M'Caslin, Rich, Richards, Sadler, SankeMSavery, Small, Smyser, SierrcltandSline—22. Nays—Messrs. Best, Drum, Frick, Ives, King, Koniguiachcr, Overfield, Potteiger, Strecter, and Darsie, Speaker—10. Mr. Boas, presented a petition lo prohibit ihe Lehigh Navigation Company, from issuing notes. Mr. Sankey, presented a petition from Mercer county, for a general banking law similar to the New York law. ' The bill relative to relief issues, [provides for a re-issue of the same] was taken up. Mr. Forsyth, mo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

General Manufacturing Law. The following abstract embodies the main provisions of the bill for the encouragement of Domestic Industry, which has been introduced into the House of Representatives of Pennsylvania : It is enacted, by Section I, that any time hereafter, any three or more persons desiring to form a company for any kind of manufacturing business, may make, sign and acknowledge the requisite instrument before a Commissioner of Deeds —including therein all the particulars of the proposed formation of such corporation, officers,location, ecu This instrument to be presented to the Court, of Common Pleas of the county in which said corporation is intended to be situated —after- approval to be duly recorded—and the company then to be capable of purchasing, holding or conveying lands, tenements, wares and merchandize, as ihey shall see fit. The capital Stock is not to exceed $500,000—to be divided into suitable shares, which are to be numbered in progressive order. Every compa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

Journeymen and Apprentices. Journeymen and apprentices spend a deal of precious lime foolishly.- The}- have many, leisure hours which ihey might devote to practical improvement or mental acquirements. They work hard to be sure; but is there not as much recreation lo be found in conning the columns of a good newspaper or the pages of a book, and looking practically into the mysteries nnd curiosities of arts, sciences, and every branch of useful mechanics, as in lounging about the streets, rolling leu-pins, and spending time and monoy, health and character, in play-housess taverns, low grogeries, cork-pits and race-courses? There is everything substantial p .nd valuable to be gained in mental pursuits , %\\v\\ as are open lo every young journeyman or apprentice in ourcoumry; but in ihe pursuits and habits of an opposite chav» .ei&r, everything is to be lost, and iioihin;? gained. The former cannot fail to make ihim re.-peeiab!e men and valuable mechanics; the latter course...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

A Princely Establishment. The elegant mansion of Wm. It. Renssalear, in ihe county of Renssalear, about one mile from Albany, is advertised for sale. The house is one oflhe most extensive ever erected in America, lis whole cost was pi 50,000. The walls and ceilings arc painted in pieces by Bragaldi, and ihe whole bouse is warmed by Perkins' hot water pipes, Theie are lwo miles of wrought iron pipes-laid down in the house for the purpose. Attached to ibis bouse are extensive pleasure Grounds, containing a variety of trees and shrubbe ly, and five miles of winding carriage road. Ihe whole estate contains 500 acres ; 300 of which are inclosed by a substantial board fence, thoroughly painted. The house stands on the bank of the Hudson, 200 feet above the river, and commands a view of unsurpassed beauty and extent. To a millionaire, who wishes for a place-ready made to his hand,this house of Beverwyck. presents attractions not often found in America. The grounds can be kept up for •$2,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

The Snuff Box of General Jaokson. By ihe will of the late General Andrew Jackson, the gold snuff-box, presented to him by the corporation of the city of New York, and the silver vase, presented lo him by theladieK of Charleston, South Carolina, were left to be given after a war lo the Patriot oflhe respective cily or Stale, who, in the estimation of his countrymen, rendered iho inoat essential service on the field\>f battle. The trust was confided to his son Andrew Jackson jr., who has called upon the ladies and countrymen alluded to in the will to point put to whom the articles are to be given. Clayton's Resignation. The letter of ihe Hon. John M. Clayton, resigning the office of Senator from Delawaro, is a model of brevity. It is as follows :— T) tie Honorable, the Senate and House of Representatives , t(C I do hereby resign the office of Senator of the United Slates. JOHN M. CLAYTON. February 23, 1849. EsfJnst as our paper was going to press, we reamed that the bill to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Lehigh Register — 8 March 1849

New Lioense Law. This Law, which has passedthe Houso, ullow* every person who chooses to take out a license for retailing liquor, by paying a certain mm of money proportioned to the amount of his sales. The object of tho law is to raise revenue, and a large amount is expeeied from the measure, if it should go inio effect. The friends oflhe.temperance inovemen! anticipate an alarming iucreaseof drunkenness from the law, but it is difficult lo foresee tho cflect ol eucb a general license. One ihing is certain—it will either reduce the profits of rum selling, by dividing them among a greater number of persons, or it will reduce ihe amount of actual rum consumed, 'b y inducing the retailers to - give a liberal mixture of water wilh the fiery beverage. In either ease, we do not know but the community will be benefitted. If the tendency oflhe law will, however, be lo increase the amount of intemperance, there is no snm that could reach the Stale Treasury thafwould compensate for the muc...

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