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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 22 December 1859

NEW AGRICULTURAL SETTLEMENT. iTo all wmi ling: Farms . A RARE OITORTUMTY IN A DELIGHTFUL AND HEALTHY CLIMATE 25 MILES SOUHKASTOF PHILADELPHIA, ON THE CAMDEN AIVD ATLANTIC KAILKOAD, NEW JERSEY. An old estate consisting of several thou sands of acres of productive soil has been divided into '"arms ol various sizes to suit the purrhaer. A population of some Ftf tecmllundrcd, from various parts of the mid dltStates and New England hate settled there the pat vear, improved their places, and raised excellent crops. The price ol Uie fund is at the low sum ol from S13 to $-20 per aero, the soil is ol the best quality for the production of Wheat, Clover, Corn, Peaches, Grapes and Vegetables It is con htdcted the best Fruit soil in the Union. The place is perlectly secure from frosts the destructive enemy of the farmer. Crop of "rain, grass and "iruit are now glowing and can he seen. By examining the place itself, a correct judgment can he formed of the productiveness of the land. The terms a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 January 1860

-- Wtvottp to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, illoralitu, anb eneral intelligence. VOL 18. SJROUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY 5, ES60. no LClJ.iljXJj.ijjl1jjjLnj1jMjj. Published by Theodore Schoch TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and quarter, half yearly and if not paid be- fore the end of the vcar. Two dollars and a half. No paocrsdiseon-nned until all arrearages arc paid, except at the option of the Editor. IO Advertisements of oncsquare (ten lines) or Ipsf, one or three insertions, $ 1 00 Each additional inser- ton,-25 cents. Longer ones in proportion. " - r " ,-. :. . JOB PRISnSG. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or- tiatnenUlTypc, wc are prepared to execute every de scription of , n -y-,,-?-ic? tt Tin v.' v , MliKSE. Justices. Legal and other (Hanks, Pamphlets. &c. prins ted witli neatness and despatch, on roasonblc term' at this office. .... ..I..JJI..I.III..I,. ... : .- ; -T M. Q. duckwortu. john hayn T Country iCIcrS. DU...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 January 1860

I)c Ucffcrsonian. TETJESDAY, JAKUAPvY 5, 18G0. Notia. There will be a Suurf&y School Eshi tion in the M. K Church, Stiousburg, on liest Monday evening, 9th m-t. Parent?, friends and (he j ullic pener ttlly are invited to attend. J j Wo have received the January number of the Atlantic Monthly. and upon examination find it to be at least equal to the fonurr issues of that worthy Ma2otine. To those ft ho are in vvaut of a. first rate Magazine, wc recommend th Atlantic Monthly. jSWc are requeued by the Carrier of the Address to the Patrons of The Jef- fersonian, to return bin sincere thanks for the uniform kindness aud very liberal patronigc showered upon hici on the yist ult. Jjj3 We jut how boast ot rather cold weather, and very excellent sleighing, most probably a.s good a- it can be. William Smith, the new Count; Trca-urer, Gled bis bond on Monday last, the '-id inst., nd entered upon the dis chnrre of the duties, of hi- office. Ayer's Almanac for 1SG0 ' Is now reaiy tor deliver...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 January 1860

A Cheerful Face. There is no greater evcry-day virtue than cheerfulness. This quality in man among men is iiko sunsbiuo to tbo day, or gentle renewing tnobturo to parched bcrbs. Tbo light of a cheerful faoe dif fuses itself and communicates the happy spirit that inspires it. The coureht tem per must sweeten in the atmo.-pherc of continuous good humor. As well might fog, and cloud, and vapor, hopo to oling to the sun-illumed landscape, as the bluer and uioro-cnasa to combat jovial speech and exhilarating laughter Ue cheerfm always. There is no path but will be ea eicr traveled no load hut will be light er no shadow on heart or brain but will lift sooner in prccnoo of a determined cheerfulness. It may, at times, scorn dif ficult for the happiest tempt red to keep the countenance of peace and contest; i ut tbe difficulty will vanish when we trucly consider that sullen gloom and past-iooute despair do nothing but multiply thorn and thicken rorrows. Ill comes to u as providentially as go...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 5 January 1860

NEW AGRICULTURAL SETTLEMENT. To ail wauling Farms A Tli OWSORTUNITY IX A DEMtfHTl'UI. AND IICALTHY CI.1MATU 25 MILLS EOUIIKAST OF PHILADELPHIA, ON THE CAMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD, NEW JERSEY. An old estate consisting ol several thou sands of acres of productive soil has been divided into Farms ol various sizes to suit the pun hascr. A population ol some Fif teen Hundred, frm vauous pans ol the mid die Slates and New Knglnnd hae settled there the past year improved thrzr places. and raised excellent crops The price ol the land is at the low um oi (rum Slu to per acre, the soil is ol the best quality lor the production of Wical, Clover, Corn. Peaches, Grapes and Vigetablcs Ii is con bidcred the best Fruit soil m ihe Union. The place is perfectly secure from frosts the destructive enemy of the fanner. Crop-, of grain, grass and iruil ate now growing and can he seen. By examining the place itelf, a correct judgment can lie formed of the pro.hic thene-s of ihe land. The terms ate made e...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 January 1860

HkuotcJi to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, JHoralitij, anb eneral Intelliscncc. VOL is. STROUDSBUEG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY 12, i860. N0.1. Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two dollars and u quarter, half yearly and if not paid be fore the end of ihc year, Two dollars and a half. No papcrsdlscf ucd until all arrearages are paid, except at the option of the Editor. 1E7 Advertisements of one square ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, $1 CO Each additional inscr ton, 25 cents. Longer ones in propoition. JOB PR1WTISG. 'll.ivinc a jrcncral assortment of large, plain and or- O&inenlal Type ite are prepared to execute every tie acription of Cards, Circulars, Hill Heads, Notes, Ulank Receipts Justices, Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlets- &c, prins el with neatness and despatch, on reasonable term' t this office. . Q. DUCKWORTH. JOHN HAA'N DUCKWORTH & HAYN, WHOLUSALE DEALERS IN Groceries, Provisions, Liquors5&c No....

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 January 1860

all check., issued by the S&U Treasurer, t-hnW be countersigned by the Auditor General, before tK'J are u-ed;-aud that daily account-"1 tue ouoys received, do ,,ositcd aJliMiSbur-ed, Hl,a!l tr- kept in the ofiu-e of the Auditor General an well as ja 7ie Treasury Department; and that -ffcrklr statements of the balances in the Treasury, mid the places and amounts of depo-it. h: It be kept in a book to be provided lor tint, purpo c iu each de partment. The Co.no-ionors appointed in pur uancc of the resolutions of the 19t o! Atril, l.r-, to revise the Peual Code nl this Commonwealth, have pie-entcd to iuc their fin report, which if herewith transmitted to the Gent ral As-cm ly It importance to o;:r whole community, and the great labor devoted to its p epa ration, commend it to your early and sruc-t attention. The manner in which the duties of the commission have been performed cannot fail, in my opinion, to receive your approbation l eoaiu.eud to your fostering care th" State Luumic...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 January 1860

07"Tbomas Bocock, tbo present demo cratic candidate for Speaker, of the EJoue of lleprescntatives, id the 1840 was one of forty Southern .members of Conresp, who, under tbe lead of John C. Calhoun, of S. C, and Senator Hunter of Virginia, eigned a circular which wa dengued to originate aiearurep for a dissolution of the Union, on the ground that a "conflict" ex isted between the North and South, which had driven the latter to the alternative ot submitting to degradation or of setting up for itself. And yet this man is now held up as national in his seutimeots as oue who abhors tbo doctrine of an irrepres.Mble conflict," &c., while Mr. Sherman, his Re publican antagonist, who ha- never utter ad a word in favor of di-uoion. and who'e wor?t offence has been f-imply subscribing for an edition of Helper's Impending Oris-isj" is denouueed as wanting in ever thin,!- that constitutes a union-lovia, con servative btatesm an J The support o'f Bocock furnii-heB anoth er proof that the Demo...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 12 January 1860

t&rr :. v new 16RK?ULTUnA!i SETTLEMENT. '!' :tll tva.ii tins FartUM A RARE ori'ORTUMTY IN A DBUaHTFUXj AND 1,CACTI1V CLIMATE 25 MILU3 SOVKEAST OF J'HILADF.LVHI A, ON TUB CAMDEN AND ATLANTICRAILUOAD, NEW JER8EY. An old eMatc consisting of several thou sands of acres of productive soil has been divided into Farms of various sizes to suit the purchaser. A population of some Fif teen Hundred, from various parts of the mid die States and New Kngland hae settled there the past year, improved their places. and raised excellent crops The price or the land is at the low sum of from $1j to $20 per acre, the soil is of the hist quality foi ihe production of Wheat Clover, Com. Ppnrhcs. Graves and Vegetables. It is con sidered the best Fruit soil in the Union. Tim nlaee is perfectly secure from frosts ihe destructive enemy of the farmer. Crops of grain, grass and truit ate now glowing o.l ran. ho seen. Bv examining the place itoir rorrnci judgment can lie formed of the prpdiiclneuess of the ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1860

' , ' " ' - - .mi-... . 1 ; 1 --" I----...... ' '"' " iiiiim ' ' ;-T ' m rrrnrT-r J3cuotc5 to politic, literature, Agriculture, Science, JWoralitu, aui cncral jTutcUigcuce. STRQUDSBURG, MONROE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY 50, I860. NO. 2 VOL 18. Published lV T!fe0(i6re SdlOCh. , r .. . J OouS maer-General is pregnant with projects From the N. Y. Tribune, Jan. S, 1800. fneen One of his plans contemplates The Charleston Mercury of the 10tb ltxm discouragement of therein of news- u hfts hfl foUowi paragrapD under JErSiWn exchanges, by withdrawing theim- ' L TERMS. I wo ..:i.irs pur aimum ui iiui.ini.t . r lm - ... i ... t nil .assortment oi large, pi.im anu or r.jvrd ted itii neutiicss and despatch, on raasuiwWe terms ut this office. Justices j. o.. DUCKv6r.Tir. John kayk 'T Country Scalers. DUCKWORTH & HAYN, WH0LUSALB DEALERS IN Reports of the Departments Abstracts. SECRETARY OF WAR. : War reports that strength of the army The Secretary of while the authorized a ton, i.'5 cents. Longer one...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1860

l)c 3cffcvsonicin. THTJUSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1860. A deep gloom bas suddenly fallen on the people of this community. The llfv J G Tuomas, the Mcthodi-t Epis copal Minister of this place, died about 1 o'clock, this (Wednesday) after noou, ged 30 years 2 month and 9 days. Mr. Thomas appeared to be as well a; usual, up to a few minutes before bis deab He rode out, on horseback, in the fore noon, as was his custom, tie eat rather a hearty dinner, and i-oon after went ur stairs, when he stooped to mako fire, blood vessel on his lungs or treaehea bur&tcd, from the effects of which he died within ten minutes. In the midrt of life wo are, indeed, in death. He was a man whom none knew but to biyhlv resneet and esteem, and none was more highly and kindly regar ded by all christian sects, than he. The loss of him wo all deeply lament He wa- indeed an e-timalle christian and none could meet him in the discharge of his ministerial duties, without being impressed with the high cause which he abl...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1860

fMr. Meriam has kept since July 22d, 1840, a record of death and inju ries from oarophenc and burning fluid. The uumber of deaths during that time ii 424; of injured 623. In the year 1859, the deaths of 33 persons were recorded, and tbo number of injured 100, of whom 20 were uot expected to recover. The loss by firo from camphenc baa been very large. Hew York Markets. Wednesday, Jnuuary 19, 1880. FLOUR AND MEAL Wheat flour; 6,350 bbls. at 85 15 a 5 25 for .uperfim Stat' and We-trn; 85 I0aS5 5 for -hip pinn braoda of Hound Hoop extra Obio, 85 90a6 85 for trade brands do., auil 85 70 a $7 10 for St. Louis and Goucsnr' extra. Kyo Flour; sales of 281 bbls. al S3 65a$4 41. Buckwheat Flour is in fair demand at SI 93-S2 12$ Pr 1UU lb GRAIN Wheat; the sales are 3.000 bush. Milwaukee Club in tore at SI 22; 1,(500 bush good Chicago Spriug at SI 20. Rye; sales 1,700 bush, at 8B92o Oat-; ealea of State at 45h40o. Com; sales of $33,000 ux at.Kiac. PROVISIONS Pork; the sales are 420 Ibis, at Slfi...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 19 January 1860

NEW- AGRICULTURAL SETTLEMENT. To all wanting Farm A RARE OPPOUTUNrTY IN A. DELIGHTFUL AND ULAI.TUY CLI5IATE 25 MILES SOUHEASTOP riULAUnLPJIlA, ON THE CAMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD, NEW JERSEY. An old estate consisiingof several thou snds of acres of productive soil has been divided inlo 'amis of various sizes lo suit the purchaser. A population ol some Ftj w1r.cn Hundred, from vatious parts ol theimd die IS) at os and New England hae settle: there the pa! vear improved their places. and raised excellent crops Tlie price o th land is nt the low sum- of from $15 lo 8-20 per acre, the soil is ol the best quality foi the production of Wheat, Clover, Corn. Peaches, Grapes and Vegetables, Ii id con sidered ihe best Fruii soil in the Union The plat e is perfectly secure from fro.sis the destructive enemy of the fanner. Crop of grain, grass and fruil aie now glowing nnd can be seen. Hy exainining the plart itself, a correct judgment can he formed ol the productiveness of the land. The terms ...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1860

"Hlcuoteb to politics, literature, Olgvicititurc, Science, iltoraliti), ana encrnl 3ntcUigcn. ; 1 . j-.. - VOL 19. STROUDSBUEG, MONEOE COUNTY, PA. JANUARY 26, ISGO. NO. 3 Published I)y TiH'Odorc Schoch. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two Hollars an J a quarter, half yearly and i!" not paid be fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. No pancrs discontinued until all arrearages aie paid, except at the option of the Ediloi. lIvAdvertisements of onesnuare (ten lines) or less, fene or three insertions, $1 00 Each additional inscr loni 25 cents. Longer ones jn proportion. JOSi IRliTIG. Having a general assortment of large, plain and or Bamental Type, o are prepared to execute every de scription of Cards, Circulars, Hill Heads. Notes. Blank Receipts, justices. Legal and other UUnks, Pamphlets. &r., prin ted wtth neatness and despatch, on ro;tsuii.tlIe leitus at this office. . Q. DUCKWORTH. JOHN HAYN To Country Jftestlcrs. DUCKWORTH & HAYN, WHOLRSALE DEALERS IN. Gr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1860

-preached no new god, Vut bad built saw fltilKnrid school houses, and to night thei licgleetea youth of liie mountain districts, who haf no othor teachers uud no other friends, as the report in jour State ar chive attest, condemn their espulsiou. Fee hfl'i no Sharpe'a riflfs, had never ap proved the act of John Brown, but was t peaceable and devoted Christian preach er. Mr. Clay had written these facts to fbeMadison County paper, but the let ter.i had not been allnwud to reach their destination iu time to disabuse the popu lar uiind. nnd the most useful teacher and workers iu Madison Couuty were driven forth. i ISenator Breckinridge has alluded to the position of Senator Seward in terms that require a protc.-t from inc. Else where tbc state-man of New-York will vindicate himself, but here iu Kentucky, where the press is not free, and liberty ot ppcech not universal, he has a right to expect defense at my hands. Mr. Clay proceeded to show that by "higher law' Seward intended the same...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1860

tSSTgreatengljsh remedy: sir james clarke's Celebrated Female Pills. s - C rBOTECTED gf ? " " " BV.UOYAL-&yS PATENT. Prepared from aprcsriplion of Sir J.Clarke, M. D. Physician Extraordinary to the v Queen. This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cure of n ii.nKo-nainfuUind dangerous diseases to wiiich the .i rnneiiuition is subject. It moderates all excess und removes all obstructions, and a i-peedy cure rnaj be relied on. To Ifgarriccl Radios ft. is neculmrly suited. It will, in a short time, biing on the monthly period with regularity Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government t-.mn of Great Ilritsin. to prevent counterfeits. CAUTION. puiishnnlil not. he taken bv fenlesduuns: the FIRST THREE MONTHS of Pregnancy, as iher re sure to bring on Miscarriage, but ut any other tim they are safe. In all cases of Nervous and Spinal Affections, pam in the back and limbs, fatigue on slight exertion, palpita lion of the heait, hysterics and u lutes, these Pills will -ffrct a...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 26 January 1860

NEW AGRICULTURAL SETTLEMENT. To aif wanting Farms A RARE OPPORTUNITY IN A DELIGHTFUL AND MU.VLTIIY CLIMATE 25 MILE8 SOUHEAST OF PHILADELPHIA, ON THE CAMDEN" AND . ATLANTIC RAILROAD, NEW JERSEY. An old estate consisting ol several thou n mis of acres of productive soil has been divided into Farms of various sizes to suil the purchaser. A population of some FiJ teen Hundred, from various parts of the in id die Slates and New England hac settled lliere the past year, improved their places. and raised excellent crops. The price ol the laud is at the low sum of from Slo to SO per acre, the soil is ol the best quality foi the production of Wheal, Clover, Corn. Peaches, Grapes and Vegetables, h is con sidered the best Fruit soil in the Union. The place is perfectly secure ftom frosts the destructive enemy of the farmer. Cnips of grain, grass and Iruit aie now gtowinji and can be seen. By examining the place itself, a correct judgment can he formed ol the productiveness of the land. The ter...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 February 1860

I JDcuotcb to politics, literature, Agriculture, Science, iHoraliii), anb cnft'nl intelligence. VOL 19. Published by Theodore Schoch. TERMS. Two dollars per annum in advance Two ' dollars and a quarter, half yearly and if not paid be- , fore the end of the year, Two dollars and a half. I No papers discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, ' except at the option of the Editoi. lO Advertisements of one square (ten lines) or less, one or three insertions, $1 00. Each additional inscr t on, 55 cents. Longer ones in proportion. , JOB I'RSfftfERG. tt : i nA.nrtnt t f 1 'i nr Til ri i n n n fl n r nainenlal Type, w e are prepared to execute every dc ! xenpuon oi Cards, Circulars, Rill Heads, Notes. Clank Receipts, Justices. Legal and other Blanks, Pamphlets. &.c, jirin led uith neatness and despatch, on reasonable terms at this office. J. Q. DUCKWORTH. JOHN HAYN To Country Scalers. DUCKWORTH & HAYN, WHO.LRSALE DEALERS IX Groceries, Provisions, Liquors,&c No. SO Dey street, Ne...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 February 1860

r THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1860. JSTRemovbd. By reference to a card in another column, the reader will learn that our jo.ng and talented fiiend Lewis D. Vail fortr.eily of this place hnd re moved bis office to No. 109 North Sixth ft. We feel assured from his well known pbilities, that a glorious future awaits him in the honorable profession, whereiD he bears eo exalted a position. w jSajrWc will commence ubliihing on tbe outside of our paper, next week, the great . pcech of Cassius M. Clay, of Ken tucky, and'will continue it from week to week until completed. It was delivered at Frankford, Kentucky, Jan. 10, 1660, to a vast aulicnce, which treated the or ator with the utniot rpspect duiing the three hours ho was delivering it. It is a complete exposition of tbe Republican doctrine. Every objection urged against it, is taken up, reviewed at length, and Buecessfully confuted. We ask our read ers to read it carefully, and Glo it away for reference. Cassius M. Clay is a cousin of Henry Cla...

Publication Title: Jeffersonian, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Jeffersonian. — 2 February 1860

STATEMENT Of Receipts and Expends hires of MONROE COUNTY. JACOB W. KItESGE, Treasurer, in ac count with the County of Monroe, from the first day of January A. D. 1859 to the second day of January 1600, inclusive. DK. To cash ree'd from Collectors on account of taxes for the year 1857, 8284 90 do do do do do 1858, 4196 43 do do do do do 1859, 2748 01 To caEh ree'd of Levi S! utter, late Treasurer, per hands of Sam 1 b. Dreher, Esq. To cash ree'd of Pat. Galvin, per hands of Hiram Warner To cash ree'd of J. C. Strunlc, late Commissioner To cash rec' of John Harter, on ex onerations (taxes) To cash ree'd of Jonas Gillcnswik, for tuxes returned To cash ree'd of Amos Mores, Ex ecutor, for State and County tax es by Collectors, for 1853 To Redemptions on unseated lands for sale of 1858 To Redemptions on seated lands for sale of 1853 132 33 2 40 1 23 2 15 50 r.n 74 71 To balance due last settlement on road taxes 353 24 To balance due last settlement on school taxes 424 91 To balance due tr...

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