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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

LIST OF LETTERS Remaining in'the Post Office at Carlisle, Pa. May 1st, 1859. Enquirers will please say advertised. ' - -A .. ' M Atchley Catharine Mordorf Abraham Aim Robert Mbbre William Aughinb.augh Polly Myers "William G Abrahams Hannah ."Klouiitz-Adam Anderson James MillefiJames " Allen Charles G - Martin Paul . B Mntia John Brenner George Moor David Bcelings Elizabeth Mason Rebacar A Bosserman E . Milmerr 'acob Bea'ty Nancy Miers Jeremiah Bradley Thomas -r- Myers Moses ~ ' ~ Brenner George Mixiel John „ Bloser John Miles William Brindle George Moore Francoua. Brown Miss Ann Morrison Margaret Bitzer Henry Miller David Boileau Sarah Miller Mary Bakar_Jacob„ . McDonald Thomas Bevins Christian McCartney Catharine C - McCartney John Clay John C McNeal Daniel 2 Culbertson Jos McLaughlin] Peter Crall Samuel McHoes Peter Campbell William ? McCord Alexander 2 or Fanny 5 McMillan Michael Cavis Jane N Craighead John W Neidich Samuel Gulp Margaret Near Dr L L Chambers Thos O - Clar...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

-}:-::,..:-, "OAWDIi-llS.,-¦""¦:'." . .... A supply of Caudles" can" be bad at any time t>y-apr4yinB-at-theiar.r(irj^B£___j—uJ i_i .¦"'.:; •¦" JOHN GRAY, Agent. Carlisle; April .4,. 1939, -'._-'„ - -

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

POETRY FROM THE UNITED STATES GAZETTE. On reading "A Monument to a Mother's • Grave," in the U. Stales Gazette, April, 1839. Above the widow's lowly tomb, Was rear'd no marble urn, Nor cypress dark its drapry gloom, Bent o'er as if-to mourn. - — A meeter monument was there For one who died alone. Than trees that woo'd the summer air, Or proud and sciilptur'd stone. A cherub child that o'er it bent. In gentle beauty shone,. . Seeming a guard by angels sent To grace a spot, so lone. "Fair child," I cried, "the home of Death Is sad forsuchas thou, : Tho' e'en the spring's young soften'd breath May fan that snowy brow.' r"Kind sir, beside my mother's bed, To watch the" wavy grass; With flow'rs I planterfby her head,. My days I gladly pass". . ) | , 'For, did you hear the Preacher say," ' * A.C^st-hfijpstewes ofgleev:---'- ~'• "That when these flow'rs in sunshine play, She will come back to me?" "Come back to you? no, no, fair boy i She roams a brighter shore, And from that land ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

SPEAKER PENROSE. Monk Lewis, celebrated fpr the manufacture of "Tales of-Terror," once wrote a tragedy to demonstrate the fruits of a single error, shewing that the blunder of a moment may entail, innumerable ills, and furnish unpleasant business enough to fill out the term of one's natural life. To effect this, however, Lewis was compelled, io draw upon his imagination; but if he had lived in the present day and generation, instead of being obliged to fancy an Adtlgitha,-he would have found a subject ready to his hand in the.Speaker of the Senate of Pennsylvania, who is overwhelmed with sorrows to which no end appears.in.consequence of the simple gymnastic feat of jumping out of a window. It is almost impossible to estimate the number of speeches made by Mr, Penrose on this account, "and the injury to the public business caused by jus interminable explanations, is far greater than is generally supposed.—- Even the very troops called to Harrisburg to relieve-his -panic fears- ...

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

CfAROEN;SEEDS._._,___ ^ Iq all their variety, amhrii; which is the choicest eucmnhcr kinds, a small lo£*of flower seeds, to be had at the store of..:_.' ,_.:. . |OHN GRAY. Agent. ^ Carlisle, Ap'il 4, 1839;

Publication Title: American Volunteer
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

'. -FOST.-OFfflOS,""-'. Carlisle, I'arNov i,i838. Arrival and Defiarture'of'.Mails., ' •-¦'¦".""¦ " \ %, j;5----w^.. ^Arrives. Closes. Eastern^1' daily? aboutlSiii." • " 7 p.'mi jt- •> - -»-« 7p. m. ^lOa.m. Western •• . «'" ii m> : 10a.m. S-mthern. " " Igj?-. *!>• ">. M.-nhanicsb' g ". - " iSTfti ¦ • ' ,7,p. .nij aSTewville-1——" i -," ;12iin.-.-„^lQ^a,-m.. wewyiiie R LAMBEHTON; P;.M. ^tob Printing neatly executed at this office.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

DR. I. C. L00MIS, DENTIST. INTENDS residing pe.rin ineiitly.in Carlisle, uvl would respectfully off rhis professional services to;the citizens of.thVTplace.and vicinity. He has taken.rooms at Col. Fcrrce's Hotel, awhere he'inay be found ai all hours. • '-'¦ Person* requesting it wijl bewaited upon at their "residences., CDr. Georgt. D. Foulke, Reference,—, <lirv: T/ios C. Thornton, ¦¦'-'- (.Or.David'JV. Mahon.r~- Carlisle. Dec. 6i 1838. v~ -"-.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

ATTENTION ADAMANTINE GUARDS. -- - ' jdfe /igLj' ^7"U «re ordered - /$^^(ty £fe sJer3 vni.'on Monday the 6th" 4$2~&*!' yBy&3 P**£ lh ¦¦¦m ^ cbmpletfly t-qnipt. on the 6(h ot M.iv-iit the li<uise of Col. Wni. H. Woodljurn. -' ROBERT BLEAN, Capt. April 11, 1839.. - _ . .'. . tp

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

FOR SALE. ;r -A lot of prime .Western Hums, CJue new Tillberry, '¦ "'. . Two sets brass mounted.Harness, . - Two gnnd.young Horse.VsuitHlilefor'farmers' use. AIsoj a gieat variety ol Dry Goods, Groceries, Site. ' ' .- ; .. . - ' '¦ '.: HAMILTON & GR1ER. Carlisle, March 25, 1839. '.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

POWDER By the Keg, &c. receive^! and for.sale at the store-of ! " - '.'•'"•' V--JOHN GRAY, Agent. Carlisle, April 4, 1839,.- '' ;Silk TJsmdkepcliiefs,. Shiiwlsj Blond and SilK Scarfs arid other fancy. Spring Goods, for sale cheap at thenew sjtnreo} , —. ', v. ARNOLD 8c ;CO.: ../ April 4."--.. . . In Jllcclianicsbiirg. •. NEW SPRING G(QOpS.J *^Jlist"rec.e1vei3T»ttireStore^t~ATnnld~& fresh assortnient ;pt. desirable. Spring Goods, ' which they offer very:lbw,'" "April 4. .;

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

TO WENTISTS. - The suhsr.rilur-furnishea Dentists with his celebrated Mineral'Incorruptible Teeth, wliicli have been spoken of in the highest terms of cmmendation bv all wh'o lia've used them and by nuinerous men of profound clieiniral knowledge who have examined them. Also, Human Teeth, (lold Foil, Tin do., tire. iicc. including every ar. tide of material us-d in Dental Surgery. Teeth, gold, &c.°scnt by mail to anv part of the Union when ordered. ' F. H.KNAPP, May 31, 1838. Surgeon Dentist, Oaltimoiv

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

First Regiment of Cumberland Volunteers. Parade at Newville on Friday the 17th May next, at 10 o'clock,completely eqnipt for inspection. J. KELSO, Adjutant. ¦ April 11, 1839. For Sale, A set of first rate PUMP MAKERS' TOOLS Enquire of the Editors'of the Volunteer. April 4, 1839. - -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

EMBELLISHMENTS, and the accuracy of its QUARTERLY FASHIONS. The proprietor pledges himself to use all honorable means to maintain the superiority which the Ladies' Companion has obtained. For.five .years he has steadily pursued "a course of improvement, and he flatters himself that his present facilities are such as to give the Ladies' Companion eminent advantages over all other publications. From the foregoing it will be perceived that the Ladies' Companion embracesevery department within'the range of Beixes-Lettres, and the Fine Arts; and no exertions or expense will be deemed too great to render the work eaual to any other extant. The flattering and general testimonials of nearly every contemporary journal in the United States, and in fact, many on the oth--er side of the Atlantic, have strongly asserted the undeniable claims of the Ladies' Companion to the support of the public generally. There is no work that gives its readers such a great returnfd) tfieir money. .' ¦ Ter...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

From the Pennsylvania Reporter. MAJOR ANDRE. Messrs; Boas #• Coplan:—I have in my possession an original letter, written in the German language to my grandfather, Eberhard Michael, then living at Lancaster, Pennsylvania, from which place Andre was removed to Carlisle with the other British officers) prisoners of war. When the British landed at the head of Elk, the two British, regiments lay. at .Lancaster; Andre .then belonged to the 7th regiment of royal fusileers. A literal translation from the German letter I herewith send you for publication. The good citizens of Lancaster.seem at that time to have been on rather familiar terms with the British ¦officers: ' C.A. 8. TRANSLATION. ' .-^ Carlisle, 10th April, 1776. Highly Respected ^' ent^Aftei^you had made me so kind a promise wh' eii I left Lancaster, I expected to receive/a few litaes from" you.; We "become easily impatientpy' waiting upon news we expect to be gratifying. I will', therefore, write the first letter, and th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

^ AMERICAN VOLUNTEER .,.•.:¦;. BYSANDERStlN & COHNMAN. v^^^SI I8^ft?, CARLISLE: ~ THURSDAY, MAY 16, IS30.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

Messrs. Woodburn and GonaAs.of the State Legislature, will please accept our thanks for interesting public documents. Mr. Phillies has evacuated :the chair editorial of the Herald. - The last number of that paper contained his valedictory, in which he intimates his intention of locating himself in the "far West." One thing, however, he appears to have forgotten entirely—-and that is, to inform the public who. is-to be his successor. Report says, that Messrs. Fleming and Crabb are to be the editors—one representing the antimasonic and the other the federal faction. With respect "to the proprietorship^ the establishment, we presume there-is no change whatever. Things," in. that respect, will remain in statu quo. As, tovMc- Phillips—we wish him well. With us, by-gones are by-gones; and as he has not at his departure for the west, in imitation of one of his<:otemporaries, discharged a Parthian arrow at a political opponent, we are the more disposed to forget and forgive the asp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

THADDEUS STEVENS The following letter from Stevens in reply to the note of the committee of the humbug meeting in Adams, requesting him, doubtless at his own suggestion, to go into the House of Representatives, is a characteristic specimen of the insolent effrontery of the.rebuked and baffled Conspirator. It is riot long since that he considered himself the "legal house,", and roamed the country as a flying specimen of concentrated representation, and now he comes skulking back, asking to be admitted as one of a body which he denounces as being composed of rebels and usurpers—a body, which he promised never to recognise, and, we may add, a body which seems by no means disposed to recognise him. Should the "legal house" be received, he may deem himself peculiarly fortunate, but from present prospects, "The Unchained" seems likely to be "The Rejected."—Pennsylvanian. Gettysburg, May 3, 1839. Gentlemen: . 1 have received your letter of the.27th ult. inclosing resolutions of a c...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

<L - "^ T>ATR FEtttiM R^fiLAVR ¦ The Silvie de Grasse, from Havre, March 19th, and which' put into" Plymouth;- whence she sailed on the 25th, arrived nt New York on Monday morning, the 29th ult. The packet ship George Washington, Heldrcdge, which left Liverpool on tlie 29tli March, also arrived a short time after. Arrival of the Steamer Liverpool. London. March 28.--The Liverpool steam ship arrived in this port on Monday evening, having sailed from New York on the 9th of March, having made the passage in 16 davs. We regret to say that she brings nothing decisive from the frontiers, and also that the rumors contained in the American papers are unfavorable and warlike. Notwithstanding these rumors, however, we feel the strongest confidence that all will end well, and that the peace so necessary to the Wellbe'mg of both countries will not be disturbed. It was expected that an Ambassador-Extraordinary would be sent to this country iminedialelv.— Gore's Advocate. NOR-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

JLibel Suit. Commonwealth vs. Gustavus A. Sage. In the Quarter Sessions of Lehigh County. —Indictment for a libel on David Rittenhouse Porter, Esq. On the 17th of September last, the defendant, who publishes a. German newspaper in Allentown, published in his paper several articles reflecting on the private character of David R. Porter, then a candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania. A few days after their publication Edwin W. Hotter, Esq. of Allentown, lodged a complaint before a Justice of the Peace, and had him bound over to answer to a charge of libel in making those publications. At the last December sessions the prosecutor, Mr. Hutter, being absent at Harrisburg on unavoidable business, the cases were continued over until the February sessions last, when it bill of indictment was sent to the Grand Jury, and found a true bill. The defendant applied for and obtained a continuance of the cause to the present 'sessions, on account of the absence of witnesses alleged to be mate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Volunteer — 16 May 1839

.,> - .. -.MARRIED": .'' On the 2d hist, by the Rev. Mr. il/'Giil, Air. Thomas Ilackelt, to Miss Margare{ Procter.^boih of Carlisle.'-. '., , -: - ' .'.On the 9th' inst. by.the Revi John Dickey, Capt; Tmii' atn'McKee,t6 Miss Maty, daugh-; ter of Geo. Barnett, all.ofBlbpmfield.^ -'.'

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