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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

A COM PjrfW ENT WELC DESERV ED--AND AN EXAMPLE WORTH Y QF IMITATION.-f . We'have already alluded to the many excel.lentiinproiiiptu sentiments produced at the editorial .Festival—and wc express (iur.regretllhat they were.niit gathered.up for publication. ..There is one, however, whicli deserves Jto be resetted frqin. pblfvion, tts-wclffor the just compliment which itpays to the memory of an .illustrious inair^asTm^W culeates. " ' - " - - . - ' .,¦•."' Slr.'K. W. White, of the Mes£cn;ier, being prcvcntcM.rby reclFTrntonTcstic/auiic7 iion from; attending the festival,, ti^u'sjaiitted'-tlie following-toast/: "- - s Ciuee. Justice^ J\IAns!tA_r.t.-^-Justly, revered' for his many virtues and unsullied integrity. Oiie trait in his character deserves universal adoption by newspapeV'patrons.^— He^hever 'siiflerctl hiiiiself to be-, iii arrears ,(0 . the. periodjcals for which lie subscribed.—-Richmond Whig. ..._..... ..:__-_^ _._ . .,...,...... ..__ YOUiNG; M-EN'S ST ATE CO_N[VKN__ ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

U5»PEK CAIVADA . The ButTalo;:Star of tlie 31st ujt..saya of matters on the Frontier—"Thereis ve, ry'littlc intercourse with theotlier^ide'of tlje river, _ The British are notve'ry particular about.letting peoples-pass Over-to: (his side; but'no one is allowed to cross from tlie American side without rigid, stj'runity. .' • ¦ ' . - •/-, ¦ ¦ ¦ •".-'" —-i> vVe w^wye^TeTilay ~itifbfthed by a" credible resident at Black: Rqck,that two decent looking men:caihevaver/oh Mnn-. tiny, having come out of Toronto jail but a few days since.—They had been tried, and acquitted; but being threatened with another arrest, hail taken the best means rn~gtrt-"rratr1 of7tlTe~re3ch"Tjf- the- tyranny" that oppress them. • .'¦ ,'iThcse gentlemen state tliat there are about two huntlredah«rfifiy in jail at Toronto, in the most abominable condition imaginable. The.y ""are pfed, once in twenty fou^ hours, with a piece of bread the size'of a man's fist, and some water. No attention is paid to t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

_J_J5-Thc.;cclcbr«teJ Ilwlia'Jr Chief; Ocr.ot.t, one ol tliqse.whp'Ayereniiidrr' VietinT^s^ftliirtreticli5: eroiis and- dastardly policy-of-Gen. Jesup; died rceebtly at Fort Moultrie, after-ah illness ot> few days.. __..-' .-¦— ' . ' '" . - S '• ' ."ilOQ9»»—. '' Tho Ladies Booi^,;—' The Fcliruar" nuinbei-'bf this "Eonk of Books" lias juit,reached us.- It farcxcc'lsitspredeccssors,' and cannot fail to enhance the distinguished reputation it nlre'ady enjoys. It is embellished by a .delicalBlyJinied jcn^i^hV^^ the J^js/iiojis, and two pages of. popular i.uiisic. The literary contents arc generally from well known contributors,"«hose praise tho trump of .fame_.bas long .Bince" sounded in "Jondest accelit." Tlie fust mi tide is (he 2nd Act of " Ormoml Grosvinnr," a tragedy-fro in the pen of the accomplished Mrs. II-*iiE.—tt-is-ajoiverfnl-ilrainatic-eiToi't-and-de-: plcts, in vivid, colors, scenes in.the limes winch "tried men's .souls'—when- our.forefathers, with *ouls that—...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

Pennsylvania Legislature Correspondence of tile Herald & Expositor, ¦ .'" JBXTBACT.PP A LKTTEB, DATED - ' HARRISUURU, Feb. 12, 1838.; Mr.Barclay and Mr Miller of the city,'addles, sed the Senate on Mr Darragh's resolutions and the amendments dependent thereon. . \thentliis debate wiltdraw to a conclusion God orifyVnows there is-ar yet l.ittle prospect of an carry. termi ftlr Leet, chairman of the committee nppojhted to visit the.Eastern Penilenliary, reported. The report waa accompanied with a bill for (lie belter regulation of Ih'at institution. Several bills Tor the incorporation ot coalcoinpanies.were reported. \ "In the House; Mr'Rilrhore submitted a preamble and resolutions, against. Silas Wright's Sub] Treasury system. Mr G. and Mr Johnson, who submitted similar resolutions on Saturday, belong to "the.party." This looks w; ell; the collar begins to wear too hard. -T. heyJiaie.goneJhusJiu;, but.'.(urther^_theycaniiot.;i^Eht3i=aiigiirs_well for the defeat- of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

For the Herald & Expositor. ' tum nnv.i.iir, r. ¦ 'ife; //.¦'¦¦ I,am notpneof t|ioie_cjueerkiiid oF fellows wbo ever.sat down on the'sei shore to count grains of sand, orthe roe of a cod-fish, or bothered myself, like.otfier great-men, to find out, by astronjbmical observations, whether the sun, moon and planets were inhabited with beings—such as we are—or whether thejtare'odd fishes with wings.like bats, fcc.L..Nnp-'iio^niy'«tterrtrbn-lms^>e.ei>-<Jirccted-t<): matters moreuseful to .society. ,-•• -¦ . . ..Any fool may ride full gairop-aTter the perpetual nintion;'or .break his neck in search of the Philosopher's, stone. Hut this is rather -gettingoltthetrack of my stibjeqti Io my.first number I alluded- to _the.formation of ^ » club called the Dreaming. Association. I stated its'objset. The following is an extract from the minutes ofthe last meeting :,.'". •• Head Quarters, February 7r 1838. • The Hon. Miss Dabble took the chair and calle...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

HERMiD AND EXPOSITOR. 'v.; j;—:: ¦;¦ '' ¦ „ r--i ^ ——^—. , - BY OEOIIGE M. PH1I.MPS. " " ^^^^^^r^^^i '' ''" B^^^^P^i' k .- »^J|^s5£»i^Wfe /A v~Wr r: '—'¦: v f^^^^^' " W^^'fih^M&'- '" ^ ^^^^I^^ B^^^^^-^—^KEI^^Um^ ~~^S^»^Kl^Mflm'Hi^^fuai''

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

Society of Kintal ISishts. ' We would again.ijajl ttie atten,tion of our readers to this Interesting Institution. In the midst of-many difficulties its career of prosperity has Sbeen onward, and we believe IliatJt, has had, and is designed to exert.a still greater'and more beneficiarinfluence upon the morals and literature of oil/ borough. The building, originally' erected for t)iei.M.e.lhodist denomination, and ("recently purchased by Ihe Society, has been completely refitted. It has. been divided into two general compartments. The. nr,st 2nd lower one is eubdiviiled4nlo-.tlirce-roo'msrone-of-vvhich-is-beauti--ful.ly furnished and occupied as the 'Hall' of the Society—the jther two rooms, are plainly andcomfortably fitted'and will be occupied during the present year for school rooms. The second and,upper division is a laijgc and' spacious Hall 57 feet by 42, well, calculated tg£_ public mectjngs, exhibitions, &c! It lias always been a subject of regret that our boro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

SIMULTANEOUS TEMPERANCE . " MKETINljS; --Tlre~lvxrcutiv«--f!omiTHttee-of-the American Temperance Union would earnestly invite all Temperance societies throughout tlns.and foreign countries to liold public meetings on the fourth Tuesday of February. Simultaneous Temperance meetings have been held, on this day, with good effect for several years. Arid it is hoped that cafly and extensive preparations, at home .'and abroad, will be made the present year for this anniversary."- ~"r -- jonirMiiisnrCorrSK.-— __ »i large Sirpp~ly~of Celebrated Camomile Pffls,' jiisi Received AND FOR SALE AT. THE - iffefaMA'Expositor Office. Carlisle, Feb. la, ^ 1838. , .. •. IOT1CE.— .__Ji'.h .January.- i838.-..lii..the.case ofXhc writ of partition-and valuation "on the real estate of Frederick" May.Jate of East Penris"bni'miglft'ftw'B-ilVip; deceascdr being^thisday ci'itfii me;'. On-motion nf-W. F. I.jne, TIsq". Rule granted on all the heirs aiid-parties in interested, to" .appear at the'nrxt stated...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

LOUCKS' Famous (Cure for the Rheumatism and other Pains: ' -Much need not be said in relation to this wonderful remedy^ as the .proprietor feels confident that wh^n applied,, it will, as can be proven by the number of respectable persons, effect an entire cure of tire Rheumatic and other pains. It had not until lately been his intention to mate it public;'but- by the frequent applications of his neighbours; and the wonderful cures it has effected, he feels it-aduty hei owes tdisocieiy-as well as him' self, to make, ift jjvofe generally ttno.w'n.ahd at ltb^sani£iime^axeJtLpui.asjie;ata5jiB_caTl , within the reach of all who may be afflicted with that painlul disease.-. ''" Hurfdreds of name's could be .published of persons/whohave been cured by this celebrated medicine, but the following are'selected from the mass, as being amply' sufficient to attest its powep. John Srove, Peter Limlemuth jr. Peter Lindeniuth, Robert Richardson, Cornelius Stoner, Jacob Diffenbaugh, Aaron Bender,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

Hanover and" Carlisle Turnpike :r~%Ql&"G$M2lWT, ^.\ . Exhibitof Tolls received, Repairs apt! expeneesY in the Hanover ijnd. Carlisle' Turnpike Road Cuinpany.; from the 13thr Decembei',-;L83.6, to the l'Ula Dec. 183r--:^7 ---^:Lt-l---I>ll.--•-..'- - ": --¦-- -.-.—• To amouivtT'olls ree'ed at gate No. 1,, \. Jacob Bear, g.\|ekeer)er -,-—- 680 07 .-,. To amount Tblls i'ec'ed nt.Gafe No. 2, John.lleagy,. g'atskeeper ••'. ' 612 33j To ammint Tolls ree'ed at G:«te No. 3, - tJatliarine Jones, gatekeeper 502 SfJ , To amount Tolls rec'od at Gate.No, 4, William Thompson, (jatekeeper 465 5f / To amount 'roll* ree'ed at Gate Np. 5,- • /" ' ., Andrew'Dixon, gatekeeper, 573 65 T-o amount -Tolls-from-Stockton-and /Lj. J. ~'-- StofeeTTstSgeinll"""-" —t^r--—rJUO-OtT—- To rent recM-foi'-old-gate-hojusa— / y ' _ 25 JO-.'."•' - " ,' ¦ / - $3958 83* 'L._C',":''T^""e?J"""^'""-"-:: -''": TJyCiiSh' paid'Tor R-pSTrs ori'TtoSll"^" $22T£FiSi(J"r' •*:,; Managers of company, . ¦_ , 54.00 " 5 Ga...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

Tuesday, Fcina-ii-.r}; IS. I88S. The People's Candidates. ';-.-'-"' FOR P.rtESrorJNT, -- -.,_..-.¦ ~ ^^.:Si>.'IM;iX^iail ©.©STa, .'FOR-VICK PRF.SIDF.NT.„ _-/ " : ipm-^W®a:i"©^^M©isij IMemocrqlfc&irtMKaso^ didate for. Governor, 1s ©slS> m: '^ffi bTiIB'Sb'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

MAnniBD, , In Papcrtown, on Thursday tlie^thr-insVbythe Hev. yVfn..T. Sprole, Mr." Wiuum'A." I-lNTiiunsT, to Miss. Hasmaii A. UiiiDonn.both of South Middleton Township, ' On tlie.lGlli..,iIt by the Rev. Samuel Sprecher, *_"•: George Quaver, of Allen township, to Mary Al. Bucltenstos ol Dnuphin countv.' '¦ ' '" \ T°"n Vi r?,h- uU' bv tl,e "«''• John Moody, Mr James Matthews, at Southampton township, to Mm Eliza Eartcu, of Hopewell township. On the same day by the Rev. N J Stroh, Mr. Jacob Copper, to Miss. Margaret Smith, bo'thof llopewell-tnwnsliip, '-, —_.,...'_.J..,_ _ ¦ On the 29th nit. by the same, \fy Ellas Hucli, oLjjouthamp,tQu_.tofflish'm. to- Miss Mary. Ann Leaker' , of the vicinity of Shippensburg. Oh the 25th ult. by the Rev. John Moody, Mr Jl W. Breclienridge,- to Miss Maty '.Elliott, -both of this countv. ¦ ¦ -¦¦ •. ¦ On. Tuesday last, by the Rev Mr.. Cumnilngs, Mr. Washington Iieirftter,. of South" Middleton townshrjv-tb Miss Abigail Peffer;- of IJick'uihon township...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

Baltimore JtFa.rkets. for the IVeek ending February 10. ; ' FLOUR.—Eirly -in the week sajfs made at ®7,87J a 8, but the article has sihee been inbetter demand and holders are firm at $3,", to-day at-wbich prices several parcels have been s,old. The wngon price .continues at $7'T5b.~-The-stock-is-believed-not-to exceed-5000 to 6000 libls. * '";'.'•" Rye FlouTi—We quote the wagon price of'1st Rye at S4,5"0, sales fromstoreshave been made at S4,62J.a UJS..' Wheat—^About 45,000 bgsliels of Foreign Wheat have arrived!Timing tlie weeV. Thje oidy transaction \vTiiclrhas taken place-is the sale'of about 11,000 bushels prirrie, cargo'of =th"fcJuniiis,,-on4ernijymt^knspirid^^^U ^ "other parcels are going into store for better" piic.es. 1'he-oiily-domestic'wheat which-has made its appearance fdr'some^tirne-past.is'a cargo to-day. from .Virginia, .which was not sold wheii Weleft tbe^market;—"— -- ,-;----—--~~ . Clover SgED—Has declined aWiade.'andwe now quote the wagnfi price at $5 a $5,25....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

' "¦ .. PM>STSCE«ST'. ¦¦' BY THIS AFTERNOON'S! AlA.lL/. „By the Hafrisburg Telegraph* of this marnlng" we learn thaictlre instructing resolutions in? fetation to the SubTreasury Scheme, pissed tlis House on yesterday afternoon; in the following shape: -'• '" "'• ¦ • „ . ¦ _ \ ;—ResolvecL.hv._theAenate and Honse of- Repre-Se'ntatives of^he commonwealth of Pennsylvania . ; ; in GenernlyUserribly met, That our repre.Senta. ¦ lives in Congress be requested, and our Senators instructe'H, to vote and use- their influence for a' postponement untif.the next session prCongress, ofthe act introduced by the rion Silas Wright, of New York,' commonly called the Sub-Treasury "" Bill, or any other acts or acts of a .similar character, and that they vote at this session for no act of j> similar nature. This resolution Was adopted by a vote of 51 to*. 49- Messrs- Gorgas and -Woodbjrn,'of course^ - voted in the negative. _. .-.^—.— Mr Garretson moved to acid the following as an a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

ROBirVSOWS OFFICE,? -80 Baltimore street. . $•-' A FORTUNE may be secured by the purchase.cif a ticket in either of: tne fol« lowing Lotteries. Orders from abroad meet ttve-swictest-nttemion;-:'—•™™~™'"'"~-——~-j-— State of Virginia, Richmond Academy—ll0llt'?y-i_£las§! No. 1, for 1838, to be drawri at AJexantt' riaTVa., SATURDAY, F^b.-ir. Most sfllendid /1 Wzes.—1 prize of g40,00O, 10,000^-6000—5000—3000-*— 2500—-1940—30 of 1000, &c. &c. Tickets gt0, shares, iii proportion.- .1. Cert's of package,s of 25 whole tickets, glSO L ~"Do ^do ;' 25hair do.f 65 Do do 25quartcrdo ^'32.50 ' Virginia State Lottery, for the benefit of the town of Wheeling, classic. 1,-for 1838, to be drawn at'Alexandria, Va*., SAl"UR» DAY, Feb. 10. Sfllendid Scheme.—gSO.000'—10,000 — 6000—5000—4000—2500—2000—1747 J—-2 of 1000—20 of 500—28 of 300, &c Tickets Jj$lQ, shares in proportion., _.. Cei t'sqf packages of 25 whole tickets, $130. Do ... do 25hatf dp' ; 65 Do do 25 quarter doL;.i,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

¦ " " ' .From the flowers of Loveliness., "_• H H O i. EBB A TIB • '" ':"'¦::-^rr-^tf^.g^.y'''- ¦ • . , . _ .'-•:¦¦' ' . nv't k. i. ----- ¦"'- . -I - * Around tliescross'thc flower is winding,^, -• ;. Around the old and' niined;«ajl ;• And, with its frngi'u flowers,.binding T.Ue arch with which It soon must-fall. " And two before that cross are praying,— '. , • One, with her earnest evcs.abbve; < ., P'Vhe other, as the heart delnyirg, - "Bent heavenly with some earthly love'. - . -J-— , . _ ^ _ ¦ ~ , :—_r~- ^- ¦ ..i St. .Marie's shrine is now laid lowly, Shivered its windows' rainbow pane?;:-... Silent itsliymiii—that pale flower solely, ", Of all its lormer pride remains;'. Mushed is the ancient anthem, keeping ''the vigil of the silent night; .; Gone is the censor's silver'sweeplng ; ' / ' ' . Dim is the sacred taper's light. , y S< True, the rapt soul's divine eim/fum ' »* ' The desert wind to heuveH/jnir_, bear ;- ' 'Tisiiol the slu'illethar nines'devotio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

t- -—-rSrl'II^C^OlVtO^C^^Mlf ^- - -4 ~-g--^$==^pz^ J^L__g . "REMEMBER'THE ERINTER, We' desire none bf our' delinquent subscribers to .read the following epistle, . ' copied from the Boston Liberator; -Our reason for rnakin»;;-this request is,~that 1 o we are fearful il wo_M urge.them to perfoiin-their'duiy—antl.that would put money in our pocke'ts,.an article needed.as ..__niu.c.b.;jus_t_rLo^ __2; about our heart. Come A, BV't,'D/ErF, G, ¦And'pay your bills honts'llyf _--"Both for the eld year mid the hew—Xheru. siis'; a happy year tovyou. h. i, j, k, l, .i\i, n; o, —r We want our money—don't be slow, Pray do not let us ask again Or spend our lime or ink in vain. P,Q, R, S,T, U,™d! V, ' Our cash" we would be glad to see, If you our just demands will pay, '¦ —A^eHl^rsh-younrelhon^NTr^irea^ — W,X, Y, Z, Sc-lithe rest, ,' Come fdrwatd now and do your best, —€wme-rray-rhB-p;rtrrtierTrl hfDtnnve=— He'll happy be, and wish you so. * Take notice—if you do not pay, May you be trou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

Of the Receipts aiid Expet^ By the Cdrumissi' onpi's of saiaciouuty, frpm tlie i^t ila^'bfJ&twary, to the 31 st day of December, A. B. '•'/'. :!''.^'.''V1;'.'.'.',. ¦'';"¦!.:.•¦''.' ./> '•' 'i831> i»cltisive. ¦¦ . v '¦ . ' ¦, .'.- ¦ .''-' rrS.:.' • -/-if 8^ Tobaianc:M)f taxes outstmufing.utlast - annual set- 7~. .:. I'_. J3y casTi l?aid on Comm^ssioHe^8, ~orders>~V:iz^"~~, ' tlument ' *" '* * '55 3924 25 I ¦ ' ' County taxassessrd for 1837,. including comri.o'f, ' *-S - '¦ | -Dalance due .Treasurer by:county. jt h.t annual ««t- _ * . • ¦ school appropriation .• I' glO.OOO, ' "¦ ' ^ 28423'56 ^ '¦ ,•!".' -..,„'„' " """T'' :' ¦ " ^BZ 37^ Heceived.Sn'joaijfr.in, W ^ • ^ . _. 3000 00- Z^^^^Wrt U* \ ' ^^J ^ «» Balance tjue by-M. Holcomlv-KTq, sheriff, on 1st . ..., - - Witnesses fees in criminal prosecution* . —7=-- 3-1(1 OT January, 1837, &c. paid over .3-15 27 Constables <lo do .'•• '.'..¦'"• 159-48-.,'Baldiic'e-due by.J, Lnba^lij.keeper (if...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

'' Steerliiting'• kpryiCGp, Wi/V^"l'E: t)? for th"eV0_^Kb.';ST>T.«5'.A'Br. MY1, a- feW iitile-bodicttcitizeiis,;. bet^vctnthe ages.of l'S aiid 35, ygsrfs...being; ntioiit; 5 feet 6 itit-.lipsbigh, ofjfoudc/iaracte):, Inn'd "t i;e-. spectalde btau^Kng'anioiig theii fellow,citi zen's.' Noiio-nc'ed aJ»p'y t'o cnt.ei.the service, bill tlipse/ivlio are determined tyseive the pcriod>of their enlistineiit—which,' is only ¦ ' tbrce'years,—honestly and faithfully. ;. "' yV ^. Firy of .Dragoon / ,"-'-. "• ''' toldiers, when / _ ¦ - .' ^Jiunttd. ¦' •'* ' ¦ '.'•'¦ v"-''.-' ':'v:-V >:.'[:.i3s ?5j'."'^ ' This table shows the amount l^S |*j '"« -if pay wliicil e|ilistt'd,6oici!,fci.s, q ^ ^ according to-\ their 'reslJCctivc! ^ ^ 2: grades, are entitltd' to receive'j fe* 2 <g for their services; —.—i———K-g-- -C—s-, ... -.- ¦ : r? ¦ .. 3. ..s*. - . - .... -1-- '-.— : --i— .-:_.._-.. .„jp..' Jii.._5S.. ; Tat he.Sergeant Major, Qiiar- : ¦' — terinasterSergeaiit.Cb'fMu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald and Expositor — 13 February 1838

:*- .. for m$s(%- '.' \grxHVj subscriber will rent that- well known <JjL, large and convenient house, for many years occupied by Christian Uuinrich, and inure re ^ fc^A cently by others, as a_T'AVT.KN i^So § SUj.HOtJSE. The house isu r,emaika-Sfflnitilllapuiy well calculated for entertaining J_!s__^SSB uo AH li EKS-,-^there-7bemg--tllre(r ^sta^vvaysv-aiicrT'Tre places, in most/if the roomsl -Tll&situatioiiisvqry-pleasanl.aud-desirjihle.-being. on the north west corner of Hanover and Lnuther JsrrCTtsrTV'bile^^oT-'ianrve^fencev^t--exeels--ai>yother house in the borougn_nr country. • It pus sesses the'iitiusual advantages of 12 ronis on thefirst floor—12 rooms on the 2d floor—4 rooms on the 3d floor—6 Cellars in house. Two wells of water.; (one, at the front door On LoutheV street, with a pump therein; the other in tliFjurd at the kitclicn (1(hii j) a Cistern made to contain 'eighty five' Hogsheads; large, ami convenient stabling, with' carriage house and -sheds...

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