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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

' , ?tiBiisHen-MPRY.V?ED^|t__f;. , OFFICE iii thc'Soulh We#18^!$WV piiMit. ^uare,<bat&d^licC6im~Ilaus: e'~ ---¦'.. '.;•. TEniyisTorsBBifCriiPtioNT - ' '~* One Dollar1 anU Fifty cunlan year fx.i-VAifCE; Tiro DpIlaTtTlfTlataAVlthlil llni yuar. r~ lOhsDolMrifi'tsi .mQmhiKi;''"' . .'" '¦ ' & . ; 'These lerma'wHt uc rigidly adhered 10. , ' ^ i«; • - IJ4JES Oj: ADVERTiSlMG, pirf .-. A-«ri!Mmcnl«,niaKiiii!nft6c!nllnc«or.toM,will te. I chargedjit the.roto of Filly ccnU for one Imerilon,— .hrif^iei fo r One Dollar, nnd livcnly^nvc cenli for, ,.-Ml__Sta«ll»i_'huertlon. Vearly ailvtrlinn will t»'ch-rjiddttliefollowlt|BraJcl|: «, • . bW' ColnVin, witli tiro papo. for on«y«ar, - J35 nalftfolmnn, do. do. • *13 Two'6auar«a, wllh qunrlcrly etianges, , ,*1Q BtllntM Cardi, with UiB Jlnpor, ¦ — S3 .7 JOB PBINTIMG.JF EVERY. DESCRIPTION, Such a>-IIandljill», DlnukB, Circulnri and every other • ftilijr'deBcrlptldn of Prliillnir, oxcciitpd tianiOmely arid e«uedltloii.l....

Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

Tlioseilorrid Banks! the . ew Orleans correspondent of the Courier & Knquirer Writes that ^ '¦i'p lo this moment tho Quarter"Master liero is entirely destitute of. funds. His supplies continued to bo bought on credit, and . but for llie liberality of one or more banks of litis city, who have advanced him largely on his personal pledge to refund it from too first moneys placed at his control, he would nol havo been able to havo furnished the mean* for sending forward the volunteers H !! v' If ibis delightful Administiali.on.pan only .• sfrreeEd hrgeUUi^"_,yff.^f_WeTni6re"'VVttrjf' on hand, the Tariff cut down and the Sub-Treasury established, with such agencies as floberl .1. Walker at the head of its", inatices and Jesse Hoyt for. Sub-Treasurer heie, the "divorce" of the Government from.,'.Banks and ol the At my and i^avy from eilher pav or rations, will be complole. .Although' it was known.thaf the sldrrii of.iWarwas .ike- ::" ly at any tn^mout lo burst iii"tho Spul...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

(J^The.little ppelrn, on Pur first page, upon tlie.,death, of, Major;.Ringgold, should have been crsuitcd to- tho" National' Intelligencer. It is a poetic gem, and a fit tribute to that gallant ahd lamented soldier. - »•¦* CO"A small mistake occurred last week • iii .Haadvortisomertl of the Gounty'Comm. ,-a'ioricra relative to the payment of Taxes.— ''llie Collectors of 1845.will find it perfected .iMo-day'a .paper. _: IxT^jL-n'cTUAi, Theat.—We aro informed that the Annual Oration before the TBelles Lettre. Society of Pickinson College, will be delivered by Ihe Hon. H. W-. HaLiAhp, of Alabamit, on Wednesday, lhi;."8th of July, next. Mr. H". is a-iriembei of theT. Stales ' House of Kepresentalives. Tee Seat or War and thi Batti.e* .—On pur first page wil[ be found a description of llie-Battles on the Rio Grande, which is considered to be the moat graphic thai has yel appeared- W,e have also placed on the opposite page, a diagfnui nf Gen. Taylor's p°" silion and tho town of Matamo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

^ Mataior_s^i^_ without Opositlon. ' Afy ;ftM^rp?yja^,ea 'P"BWi> telegraph atMfe^ v!^;iP^r ^W^ ;l6Tn i^!*e ^i^-tha '**'.Wt Bra=! | f't?11""iaga|o the 20$- • The .nb\y^i8.e*asi|j5;!»vhat ^triticipatStlK .S8vf-' a)-a!&;has "fallen\vipthput rpsistatico. __e ^allIe8t6f-;I?alp.^to^id-Uesaoa-d'ela-l?almaspem to have eStteA'thebampaign, arid the enemy^M-flbd.iutbrft. a^ the adyance ol;.ouf, soldiers, ! . Galveston ^ May 22—7P.M.,' .The stearnship'Telegrapri Basjusf'S'rrived;, from Point Isabel. Through the politeness of her .q. bliging.elrerk,A\_!3 ^ bajJe,beei((furnishr ed witli tlidfdllb-irig'infor'm'ation'r: ;•---—; . On the aftembonp'f-' llie._?t1i_ii'st. a detachment of SOO'rbgrifuYa'arid^bbVolunteers p'roceedpd to.Barita and took poseSsiori"of it, arid established a military depot.- YY'; ,'".' : Subsequently we find that bh' the;'riig^fof the 19th an'express arriVed'frPrri'i_oni T-^stai ting that he* had 'crossed the'-Rib'Gi;ande and taken.tho city of MAtAMORAS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

'?_?_^\r,-iYi'.f''Y'-'.- -.-• '^; 'Y- -•; ' v" "-.' ''•• '' T I'»^fc^^ HfteralaT^' ¦ '-iVJIIf^W^"1^ arriveu « Boslon ^f;^®^0"- Th«-en sis not par- . °*$B^&&r f'--CaBm is mainminlng _s„pncAfirMy^huUhe-graiii-.raderbotlrin London and Liverpool, sinceahe departaie of the Great Britain; has >en exceedingly <le. pressed, owing tc Ihe discouragmgjcccunts received from all thociarkets held Mlhe 8th and-«thrull.^-1,.v,' ..,-•,:..«>-.-:;,_. ..„,, p ^.T^one^rnnrket'liaa; imprJirWfn tphe, S^6 ^ ^ Ihe new- lrorifthev -riiied . . .'nm?-H fuB?,bf e„mnrons the 6rirn j had P^ed:,,8.(hird;-,eading:by,a.maj„! ily of 98. h ^ nowpmi sidered-safe; _nd there ap". ' »&$**»*** it will-pass Z House of Lbrdsi- ¦¦frrP" ^B^^^Te^tf England of the . final action of. tho U. S. -.euatpand Hpu8e ort thp-Oregen ripticp, .realed agreat^h" Asc-Jis^nsJiuhe^Tes-BtK^eiiiiiieiit circi^, M seems to produce no feara of 8 collUio,,'. ¦ The belief gained ground that all app...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

^^mi^^s^Mvi^^^s^^ ,'.•..- • ,;-k <-rppP'pyMi$tiaiiisii: J&' rie'fBdw? f , v - 7 flydstfee to ^niiiisotiyYi; I took occasion", more than a-month since,' to mention the;fo_JAlay:'Gent^t^^<fblfc|jvas. receiving'at the^haldfSfdhp ^miriilfratibriv but ta.uppOsed thWtKatithis'four^layiia'^uldi be.confined to the 'Resident arid SeotelaTK, of War. "ThisljostiM] howeyfe h|i-jiiow;, entered Congress>^|fj_lherifthe4 H"iasp.7o„ Bepresenlativesj where Mt. Hoyd, bf.KeniSfrf ^'y^hasJiatrodueeiLan^imoudmenUhaf.there^ shall-be but one Major General aller-the.war; arid that the officer, retained shall be select-S3'«ll?B>p..pnpjyb«tPreVid.ent::pfJhB:Uni^ ft?'e?),.pn3,' wJtKmU-dnyreg'ar&6':tl)f^(Ufof 'ft«cpmmi'j__i'r.->'Thia=a'mbndnleh't'?preVailed by-)heolbsoiVote= of'.83-to?76-^tliB-whpleafa tumalive vtlte being from the" Administration •Ida oflhe!chamber. ;;The next amendment W?ced. .toigash .JJeneralTSpbttA..wa^.tp. limit tbe'.oflicets no...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

-,',.'.---'--.','i vi', ' .,-T^Y " ' —i " M^ti^ im^l^^iii^ii^Mi^ ^A^!-"^5»iml_U^XaaKJUislIfleCTMi£^^ B f& ftubllp:itii!6iijigj6: ^0 hpnprttjjthi^gal jmt'QeniffeyiarJlW^ifeT^ W.$?. ?i$'^- jMl^fl^fen^^i'V&' tatid : .^t|^ia8U^^^b^^f ||il7|arri-j.: | __s $y|Mite ^^^^mmmm :cite_TearartdfdiAatisfacliPri| This explana"tipii will' render the following, jromth'e Tippio,- more iptelligible tbbu'r.readora:'. .. .,;. | • 4«A- beautitul-and'emphatic illustratibn bl iire#o^^?er6^m«If^ ' %H«>.pbojleoftNe,wTg|;le^)s,tw^ .!tw"tnight;ayhe,p£mj8rc^ d|iale|y^fler flie.meetirig'to^qnp'r. Gdh. ^ay'(orjtad ailjpurnddi Ojie poll Hays.ap'peare'd ' ,.fe5PJI"'"lflatforinYand irlvifed iK. atieritibn ¦oJ,'tV?°UizmTs ;fdr*fi^ ' .heldiPttt a paper^. from which, .aid he; I intoodrlp; prove that: Major Gpiierat ScottM a . tojoard^Tlie words had scarcely dropped from his Keg, before an out-burst of indigualion pervaded the vast mooting,andsoterribleiarid overpowering.had it become .in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

j»#lga?i>i^iffl^ -,7; Tlio^.ew^^fc.^preifBJthua^ Xajifrfe'|li^M^u^(ffl the'pj^nfBtaie^pl _V fafiljMil%6,tngj}i' trio_c., roanribrin wbicli' Iftey^Mv.-ffi^sJftr arid aje kitt disppsed'tifc ^>'oifoffl"lipifrS|r; lu supportipg a >»«, ^ye | hetE»fos4;:|we(suppart a lay*'61"the^ ^ ^amfe supj)brypr|<ipnntry; The highest irilpiiiajJV »(^^ipfe«^O Td, patriatism, pron^-u!*! ?5 to"act,"'arid the/ just discrimination '.theWhi'g .j^dy_jii^es_in-standing^byt:their-cpuiitryir . while .they, nro^condemning-the-adniinistrar* 1ibn*6"nilI"Gb"ve1)]ittbh^.^ ti.ustiw'brffijness^d^afribiism mJ^r. befdre-seon-so^many'reasohs^tp be) proud of pur party—for,.it shows iuetf^bve: all parly, spirit; and personal views/arid ex-. bibitrFdl^otion ^ above;, pflrty fcbmbinations.«.;j J^h'at.more beautiful'exhibition can 'this "be'of a~party;> ahd of party.mon, than such,groat iacteTas these—.hat^the leader of our army in,Mexico is an anti iiiinexntion Whig—tliat such Wjiigi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

«. »:^a^'^.i-|fi_i|_^iij^ "" OCT^ As.Commericertebt"»'drawtag Viiwir; " flie;i>ubhc7willlie'^ oPpie literary rep^pwliiBli theyfare to be »^i,e . On ^Ao^^^/'W^aTeMi^orizoi ,0v^y 'ha l|l'e¦'^Wii^''^5i'o'oSSesS|' th# CpHbte 'yffife^lUbe asfolf^ysi '"AM ' 1 . J?u1xlst|i^e|xaminat#n' begins.jl % . ffJu'ly,4tfi^_hrir,-fsaryptKUniSfPhilojbphical Society. *^_ - July 8th—The Board of Trustees will meet' - larS^'eToc-lfAriVir _ On the same morning at 11 ,p',clpck, ap,„ addles) will be delivered before (tie' Belles Leltres Society, by Ihu Hon. W. IT. Hilluhd; of Alabama. In the evening, at 8 o'clock, an address will be delivered before tho Union Philosophical Societyt.by Kev. Thou. V. Mooar.,lateof this borough. July 10th—Commencement proper. T,he preparations it will be. seen promise increased attractions, if possible, upon former occasions. , ¦ -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

CA_a-IS_.B, **&$]¦ ji ¦ ,. a WEDNESDAY,' JT)NE *<To,»llfi6l"' .' * a—¦S_—M_——M__SMaa_—^M»aaa—¦_¦¦—¦¦ _ — ^ -_-_^por--OaBal-Com_ilssloii6rv--^—JAMES M. POWER, OF MEHCERjCOUNTY.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

The General Assemblies. QCr The. Generrir Assomblies (Old and. Now School.)-of the Presbyterian church havcbeen in session in. Philadelphia for t)ie last few weeks. The slavery question as usual excited a good deal cif ilisciission in liolh bodies. In tho Old School division, it w^as disposed of .by resolviiig tliat tlia^-body had hitherto expressed ils views upon the suhjfect of slavery with sufficient clearness and tha' there-was.. no -npcessily for any-additional 'action. The-pidjiosilion made by the New School Assembly thatlhc two bodies unite in tiw celcbiaiion ol the I.oid-Supper, was declined hy the Old School Assembly. In Ihe Now School Assembly the_ slavery question was disposed of by the adoption of a declaration upon the subject, by a vote. of (P lo 27. 'This document declares lhal slavery is an otil, and urges tho churches and members to do al! iu their power to remove il, At Ihe same timo it holds that Ihe general assefnbly has neither legislative norjudical aut...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

Important from Mexico. An arrival from Vera Cruz; bringing papers Ifom the city of Mexico' up to the lSlh-of May, gives tho important intelligence that the port of Vera qiuzhad been blockaded by the U, S, Vessels Falmouth and "Mississippi. Or+lers-lmiTt. onrrpctrred from lliFciry~oT Mexico directing all Americans to leave Vera Cruz by Iho 2 5;hof May. \lt. Diamond the STmsurwas preparing to go on board one of he I". S. vessels of war. The Government }( MexicoNvas making every ellort lu.carry Jut tho war-4-ith-success, and has succeeded Jy «omptverystrotig measures in icpieiu'sh-11- the treasury.. The casllc nl^jirjumi. de L'llcHi and Vera ("ittz arc "in it slrnn. slato of lofence. and will ri-'ip/ireu .ron« force if an iltnrk 1.- iiiediinti',!. 'The Ci-atc Missiwlppi had brought Jhe ne\ys 6J'ihojiiililns ol-lhe 8;h -nml-mhr Care ^ vi-as taken to keep it from the Mc\icans. but it was thought the fad of their rle>nt had leaked but. One rt the Mexicans dospalc'hcs,.«)»ea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

The Independence of Vucalan. The New Vork Sun has received late nnd important advices from Yucatan. The old Logisla'ure (Assembly) has been dissolved,! and a new and extraordinary Congress was in session. It wns opened 'with ihe greatest solemnity by Miguel Barbachoiio, who was appointed Governor ad interim ¦ by the Assembly, and has since been elected Governor of Yucatan by the Congress. The names of the othor Government officers aro also given. The first operation of ihe new (?ongros's was to settle Ihe question of independence. This being done, Ihey proceeded-to the manage ment and nirnngemeiii.of all ihe other matters necessary lo llie establishment of a new -Government: "Three persuim have been appointed on a'secret foreign, mission, via ' he United States I Although the Government did'nol openly declare that these officers were to visit Washington for'the,purpose of inrjuiring into the,steps.necessary lo.procureannexation, yet- this was well known to be ihe object. Thi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

Still Daierl-Conflmalion of the Capture of Matiimorasa Tl-'rrini tlie Nen'Orlenns Tlonie. 30lh iih.l LnUal Stutei'Stjuudrnn ordered to Pnisicnla (j P-rejiarc fir on 4U.ick ilpon-Veru. Cms. J_eanior Galveston, Capt Wrighl/has just arrived, having left Point Isabel oil Wedrie^-" day, thp'27lh:ull., than^ws'brbught-y her is cpiifirmatpry pf fhe.rapfbre' of Malampras. M^ea."?-5f!,J^ -^^P^r^^i'MP t"")!!"^?, •I'. f»iof i both the"Americans andivieiiii.iini were... wailing for reinforcements, .when another bailie was expected—the Mexicans left a large amount of ammunition in Mainmoras, which is a valuable acquisition lo Gen. Taylor's supplies—the Mexicans, however, previously destroyed largo .quantities by filling up llie wells in tho city, and throwing shot inlo the river.. • . » : ,. Geii. Taylor, like a.true. Americnp officer, gavo oiders to his army not'to lake the slightest article without paying for its actual value. The citizens of Matamoras were permilted lo go on with ih...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

' Deplorable massacres in Texas. We copy the following from the New Orleans Cornier;—Alcller from San Antonio do Bexar, g|vcs deplorable accounts of nWdors and robberies committed upon the people inhabiting the western frontier, of Texas, by the Camanches and Liparjg,._.-Mi)at,ol-lhe, able bodied men of the cololiies-61 New' Bramfels, Castroville and Lake Quani having joined the army unde_Gen. Taylor, tho eav-??°.s Pro -'_!1fe'bX Ibeii absence, threw themselves upon the old mon, women and"children, brirnt the houses, the crops of corn, mutilated the dead bodies, violated tho women, and carried ofl a number of children" -into slavery, -.'¦-__¦ The Commercial Association of German Princes who undertook to coloriize^the mburitains of .ihe.; San, Se^a/.jin.ve not been ,succpssful m^eirprmis.;. tbey^directedia con^ v°y: "f^-.<>ae?lipndred.wagops on the-route.tbwa'rds ^b'cplbnyj• wrhibh ; ^yai attacked' by t)ie savages._'.Thp German -mijj^ahfo'aflei fightiog7desperatel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

Bnta. " "»{?£!• BM_fe„ VAli, rl.m !i,,'"n »f '"• To the Voters of Gtunberland county. TMT'HKKBAS, repsn* hnve Wen pnl in circ„. . . ,1""0" °y unrlnin inlcresteil incllviiliiala tln-tl b»ve <le«li„ed heing i „ n.U.I„ c f u . ¦.fllce f SficilT, nwnlfe.i.y Will, ,l,e frH,nl„l",, »ud ilithoneat Mitenlion of Injuring royi,™.,™", .nUadvanoi,,^ th^ownsthiirta,.her cfo'SThe ZT£»"_US'*?*-'"d ^'A«ontn:.l?_!^ 1111a. la.se ahrl mnliciona atatemeiiu, ,„,) icr,,.,-1 : !». W Wend., ami jhe'-irabllb^n^HT'!"^- - .IAVE NOT DMLt-SDi-thil'l I Will_mf \k3{j£, ' „ . hat-f. _y lifc-anJ |ieS|„, ,tK ^ ^ "^ :lcct,o,,,,l.,|,all bo minH. gratlftil by «i"vll,'' huir support. Verj Hesprcltolly, • B , Your Ob'rlt Scrv*r Jnn^IO IS16. JA.MIW HUKVKK. I REK-LX.3)' JOB OPnCB. ___-ll__JJ««a_j—Office^ia vi ni» beeri llitclr—'—urim-hcd with an- blegabi „ow; Pres-lrpm _ the celebrated mauulaclory of Hoe & Co in - » r " ' «5gotlior with a large variet)'ol new Fapcy Types of die latqstarid most at-Iracl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

'" .''•" -, '• *''"*.".., " • -. , " . ' '. ¦ ',•.' ¦ - -!»'.".¦,"..' ' ¦ '', -' ¦ '„ '\.-:-. -'- - " '.. -' •" ' • " - -'j.!.cii*'ic_f:-__K;&i-:-'«!&' «.(.?"te. _ . -. :' ..-"'£. _l7.y;V._. _>iveC•-'-.'¦ ..'. ;_Y" !-:.'.• ¦ .*¦':.'•:¦.•.- ^ ._Tfe/.y_Y7>'.. '7_y_T. '.' ' " HE. ERENCE. .—% Sand Bag Baitery, 1 gnu and 1 mortal.—U, Battery of 3 guns.—C, llnllery of 5 guns, '. and C pounders.—D. road to R'hiitosa and Moiitefey, 50 miles,—_, road to Moiiteroy;—l1', road tp the'moulh ol'-the rivor, ^0 milfJs. • ' ' ,i ,,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

REFINED AMERICAN ISINGLASS, WARRANTED e(|U»l in strength to Russian Isinglass for Table Jellies, and of great service'In 'diseases where delicate animal food is requii-f djalid wellcalculated for lonp;seavoyages. It .rtijiroves by age if kept dry, aud can be made into Soup.in a few m'nulea, ami is of great service in clarifying Cider, Beer and Wine.. To ihake Table .fellies—Use at least two ounces of (Joopnr. Refined American ls*ui|>lass, which should lie first soaked in cold water, foi- 2 |,'oursi ilreii, off that wati. ; then 'ake two quarta of until water, one and.a half, po nda-ot, sugar, put it in the wKittTbf three CRga, llie juice of three good sized lemons,The peel ol one, a stick ol cinnamon. a little nutmrg, orange peel, or other spice to soil the'taste; stir all the ingredients well together . while Mild; then boil the whole mass five -r len miriutrs, and than pour it thrnne.li a .Icily Ha)-, when il may be put inlo glasses or moulds, and .when cold wi l.be fil f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

ORE!AX E_CITEIW__N_! WATCHES AND JEWELRY, THOMAS CQNLYN, lakes this method of returning his sincere thanks to his frit-..<U< and the public in general, for the' very lllietal share .of patronage bestowed upon hitri.und Uegn leave to inform Idem that he. has jost rrccived ihn largest, hanasuinesl, cheapest"mid tiest stock of Witches "Jewelry, *jc*" evci" oftcred irr Cnr.~ lisle, consiyfing in purl of full 'Jewelled estt __ ... Gold PatentJLever _ T^^^^oW'artc^lre^ //*V '*W,y f"Sin AS t" 75 dollars, and ^vC I ^_w^plilin GOLD & sirjVK" ^^0^_aj_5t_^^^3*Watches" of every kind, *&_IL-^-T_r_«^_^^l-erg* qiialiiy nnd price. Gold, Silver & Common Waleh-l.cys, of every var.cty,'roin fij'cento, lo three dollars. Gold Finger ringf, l_ar'riiig», ClanpB, Lonl.cls, _\_UUcli,chidns^iui£clet^v.,\l^dallion.s '-4S-.Urea8t^ pins, together wilh evcrj' orliclc.of'Jewcrry for I,tidies and Gentlemen'* wear. Gold & Silver jgvcr.puinlcd_iJENCU.S, n>grcu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Carlisle Herald — 10 June 1846

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Publication Title: Carlisle Herald
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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