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nynrnrsu WAMilMyn.VULT)RLVmA, WEDNESDAY, DEQEMBKR 28, 18oi,
WK.DNEMDAT, DKCRMHItR 28. 114.
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from tin Vullr4 Xlmmi Ktrtirt tltvniinr.
flllDllUAIIT KR Mll.TTART DlVIMOW MlKSIa.
iirri. Frofcssor Henry Coppee, Thll ideliihla:
Dear Sir: Id the Juno number of the I'nitrJ
Stair frtirt Matmint I flail a brief sketch of
ynAXAikDl-Oencral V. 8. Qraat, In which I sec
. you are likely to perpcuate an error, whloh
General Grant may not deem of iilll"int lm-
pnrtsncs to cirrict. To General Duell's nobis ,
ble, and gallant conduct yon attribute tbo Tan
that the disaster of April 0, at I'ittsljurg l.amlinir.
wh rcti iered, and made the rictorj of the lol
lowing day. As Ocneral Taylor li (aid Inliis
later dnyl to hare doubt d whether he mi at the
battle of Hum Vesta at all, on acc writ of the
many tlilrga having transpired there, aecordin
to the hiatorlan. which he did not we, ao I begin
to doubt whether I win at the battle of I'itubur i
Landing: of modern description, liut I was at
the battlct of April 6 and 7, H62 Gencr.il Onnt
rlkltid my diilsitm In person about 10 A. M.,
when the batlie laged fiercest. I was then on the
After iome gonenil conversation, ho remarked
tLal I was doing right in stubbornly opposing the
progress of the enemy ; and, In answer to my In
quiry as to cartridges, told mo he had anticipated
their want, and glTcn orders accordingly ; he then
aid b:sprsence u aa more needed ororat tho
left. About 2 T. M. on the 6th, the enemy mute
rlslly slackened bis attack on me, and about 4 P
M. I delll eiatcly made a new line behind McV
ttitir's drill field, placing bsttcrla on chosen
gnurd, repelled easily a caalry attark, and
watched the cautious approach of the enemy's
lnf:mtry,tbat ncrer dislodged me tr- 1 w''ed
that Tmto' m - ol a bridge across Snak
cttek.Vy which we bad all day been expecting
the erptoach of Lew. Wallace's division from
Crump's I.BDdlng. About 6 1'. M. before the suu
set, General Grant came again to me, and after
kearrng my report of matters, explained to me
the situation of affairs on the left, which wero
not aa favorable. Mill the enemy had failed to
rcc h the landing of the boat.
.M'espreed that the enemy had expended the
fnrare .f his attack, and we estimated our loss,
and approximated our tbea strength, including
Lew. Wallace's fresh division, expected each
minute. He then ordered me to get all things
reany, and at daylight the next day to assume the
offensive. That was before (ieuural Unci I had
arrived, but be was known to be near at band.
General Knell's troops took no essential part In
the first day's fight, and Grant's army, though
collected together hastily, green as militia, some
regiments arriving without cartridges even, and
neaily all beaiing the dread sound of baitle for
the first time, bad successfully withstood and
repelled tbe first day's terrific onset of a superior
enimy, well commanded and well bandied. 1
know I bad orders from General Grant to assume
tbe offensive before I knew General H null was on
tbe west side of tbe Tennessee. 1 think General
lioell, Colonel Fry, and others of General Uuoll's
surl, rode np to where I was ahout sunset, about
tbe time General Grant was leaving me. General
llueil aaked me many questions, and got of ma a
mall map, which I had made tor my own use,
and told me that by da, light he could have eigh
teen thousand fresh men, which I know would
set le tbe na ter.
I understood Grant's forces were to advance on
the right if the Corinth road and Uucll'j on tho
left, and accordingly at daylight I advanced my
divi-ion by the flunk, tbe resistance being trivial,
np to the very spot where the day before the bit
tie Lfd been most severe, and then waited till
near Di on lor Buell's troops to get up abreast,
when tbe entire line advanced and recovered all
thi ground we bad ever held. I know that with
tbe exception of one or two struggles, the light
ing of April 7 was easy as compared with that of
I never was disposed, nor am I now, to ques
tion anything done by General Iiuell and bis
army, and know that approaching onr iield of
battle from the rear, he encountered that sicken
ing crowd of laggards and fugitives that excised
bis contempt and that of his army, who never
gave full credit to those in the front Uric, who
did fight bard, who had, at 4 P. M., cheeked tbe
enemy, and were preparing the next day to as
sume the offensive. I remember the fact the
better from General Grant's anecdote of the
Donelsoa battle, which be told me then for the
first time that, at a certain period of tbe battle,
be saw that either side was ready to give way
if tbe other showed a bold. front, and he deter
mined to do that very thing, to advan e on tbe
enemy, when, as ha prognosticated, the enemy
At 4 F. M. of Aprl 6, he thought tbe appear
antes the same, and he judged, with Lew. Wal
lace's fresh division, and such of our startled
troops as bad recovered their equilibrium, he
would be justified in dropping the defensive and
assuming the offensive in the morning. And, I
repeat, I received such orders before I knew
General Buell's troops were atthe river. I admit
that I was glad Iiuell was there, Decease I knew
bis troops were older than ours and bet'er sys
tematized and drilled, and his arrival ma le that
certain which before was uncertain. I have
heard this question much discussed, and must
ay that tbe officers of Buell's army dwelt too
much on tbe stampede of some of onr raw troops,
and gave ns too little credit for the fact that for
one whole day, weakened as we were by the
absenae of Buill's army, long expected, of Lew.
Wallace's Division, onlr four miles off, and of
tbe fugitives from our ranks, we had beaten off
onr assailants for tbe time. At the same time
our Army of the Tennessee have Indulged in
severe triticism at tbe slow aiqiroach of that
army which knew the danger that threatened us
from tbe concentrated armies of Johnston, Usau
regard, and Bragg, that lay at Corinth.
In a war like tula, where opportunities for per
sonal prowess are aa plenty aa blackberries, to
those who seek them at the front, all such crirui
natii ns should be frowned down ; and were it not
for ibe military character of your journal, 1
wou'd not venture to off er a correctiou to a very
poj ular error.
I will a 'so avail myself of this occasion to cor
net another very common mistake in attributing
to General Grant the selection of that battle-field.
It was chosen by that veteran soldier, Major
General Charles V. Smith, who ordered my divi
sion to discmburk there, und strike, for tbe
Charleston Railroad. This order was subse
quently nudtned.by bis ordurlng Ilurlhut's divi
sion to disembark there, and mine higher up the
Tennessee to the mouth of Yellow creek, to strike
the railroad at Burnsville. But floods prevented
our reatbing the railroad, when General Kmuh
ordered me in person also to disembark at l'itls.
burg lam ing, anil take post well out, so as to
make plenty of room, with Snake and Lake
creeks tbe Hanks or a camp tor me grand army
It was General Smith who selected that field of
battle, und it was well chosen. Un auv other we
suie.y would have been overwhelmed, as b ith
LI k at d 8m.a creeks forred tbe enemy to on
fine his nut nirrjli to a direct front attack, which
new troops are tx tter qualified to resist than
wleie fiat ks are exposed to a real or chimerical
darger. Kwnthe d visions of that ariuy were
Hanged In that camp by General .Miiitu s orders
rpv Oiv slon forming, as It were, the o it'y.ng
picket, whilst McOlemand's and l'ren'Nti' were
ibe rM llne-i.f-battle, with W. il. L. Vai:;:e io
auppoitof tb r gbt wing, and lluiUmt on 'be
leil; Liw. W' ac' division being detach d
All fbesc subordinate dispositions weie made by
the order of General Bmitb, before General Grant
succeeded him in tbe command of all the forces
no the Teiiucasct headuuarlers. havaniuiu.
If there weie any error in putting that army on
"the west sice of the Tennessee, exposed to the
superior force of the enemy also assembling at
Coriutttftbe mistake wan not General Gram's;
l, ut there was mistake. It was necessary last
combat, fierce and b.tter, tt lest tbe manhood
of tbe two aimies. should come oil. and thai was
good as any. it was not then a qne-lion of
military skill und strategv, but of courage aad
place:, and I am convinced that every life lost that
rim to us was ucceasarv : for otherwise atCorluth,
at Memphis, at Vicksburg, we would have found
Larder resistance, had we not shown our enemies
that, rude and untutored as we then were, we
could light a well as they.
Excuse so long a letter, which is very unusual
for iut ; but of conre my life is liuble to cease at
ny moment, and I happen to Us witness to
certain truths which are now beginnins: to pass
out of memory, and form what Is culled history.'
I also take ureal pleasure in adding that nearly
all llie new troons that at Shiloh drew from me
ornoial censure have mors than redeemed tbeir
' td Battue; among the to, that very regiment
'lilhlii. broke, the 6Ai Ohio, Colonel Apimn.
Under at other leader, Colons 1 Jones, It basiuarsd
every campaign and expedition of mine since, Is
with me now, and can march, and bivouac, and
fulit as Will a the beet recimenl in this or any
army. Its reputation now is eqnal to that of
siny from ie ouik ui uuio. I sua, wtta resueot,
Inld Bttrrla, ftovnl AenilrtnT.
from lie f.fm P.-t, .V.n4r it.
The world of art has b cn daprived, by an
unlooked-for visitation, of one of Iw brlijh est
ornsmertts. Mr David Roberts, R. A ,
si Iad with an apoplectic attark on Krltlay after
noon, while walking In llerners street, Oxford
strict, and after bclr. perfectly Itiscnslblo for a
brief peilod afer Ids removal to bis on house,
exjilicd aoont 7 o'clo k in the evening. The lots
of this distinguished artist Is undoubtedly one of
the heaviest of those whLb have maikej the
present ) ear.
David Roberts was Ikiiii cf poor p irents, in
Kdlnbiirgb, in 179i. In bis native city he was
pprrntieid to a housc-palntcr, but bis genius and
Industry soon raised him utioie this calling, and
he became favora'dy known to I. is fellow-to vus
men as a scene painter. Ho came to London,
and we la heve was employed as a scene-painter
at the Murrey Theatre until tho late Mr. Alfred
Bunn saw bis abilities, and gave lilm an engage
ment al Drnry L me, where ho worked for some
years, with Increasing popularity, In conjuiictl n
vt 1th Mr. C'larMnn Maniieid, still happily sjxrei
Roberta' fbst ee'e'irated picture w is the "0 -
partureof the Israelites from Kgvpt," eu ;r.icl
hv CJ ii 1 1 Is v Tins anpnircd neirly forty yean
go, and then followed, fur four years running,
ti e ' Landscape Annual," with something line
five aiid-tbirty drawing, in each vo iMie'. li s
' .Spain" appeared In If l . coiisising of twenty
six plates, iniitnt .una of his dravrimrs ma le on
lie spot, witn Hie lints j'isi men inv.nrei. inn
next i ear he published Ins lirst anon eciur.it p tint-
lug, the large up' ini "linorior oi njvuri line
Ural ; and aliom the same time ait ' exterior" ho
(liralda Tower of .Seville. The splendid w tk m
four voluii.ea folio, "1 he Holy Land," which a,
undirlaaeu for -Mr. (SirJ K. J. M I- th it by
wh.rn Mr. II iberts will lie most widely kti i vn.
lie bad 'H'cn travellltig for some time In tin- Ho y
Land, ilgypt and Nubia, and between liii and
I N to he gaic to the world these mag n ill en pi ate.,
which had the advantage of lr. t'nily's eloq loute
and gorgeous Imagery for fho descriitfous. Ilia
'Hoiy I'lacea" wireoiijectaol special admirati hi ;
and of ibe views ill J-ypl,the ".Simoom" as
n rliaps tbe ti ost remarkable. 1' was in .Novum
Iht, lH.iM, that he was elected A. R. A. Mr. R ili-rts'
first Acadi my picture, bv the w iy, w is a " View
ut Khihh I'lillieiiral"' (1--J i. Alter the publici
ti' ii of tiie "Holy Land'" thu arn-t, no rising
rapid y m famo and position, visited Venice ami
Milan, ai d produced on his teturn some wonder
ful "j,, tenon" lortbe Rovnl Acideniy. In 1'cb
rttitry, 1M1, be was elected R. A.
'1 heie is no necessity to enumerate Mr. Roberts'
pictures in sueses-ion. His "interiors" and ' ex
ti iiora" were far superior to am tiling of the kind
since the days of Caualettl. His old business of
scene painting gnve bun facility and rapidity of
outline, end made tin so pictures ao wonderfully
artistic, (several of Ida picturos arc in the Vernon
and fsheepi-banks col cctionsat South Kensington,
tine of bis beat works, however, has a curious
history. It was tho property of Mr. Hall Staa
disb, of l'.she Hall, Durham, who, piqued at being
leftisid a baronetcy by Lord Melbourne, left all
bis splendid collection to King Louis l'bilippe,
una this picture was one ot the gems ol the
la uvie. Ibe r.mperor Isapoleon 111 restored
this collection to tbe Orleans family, ns being the
King's private proiierty, and this picture returned
to England, und was sold at Christie's to an It! tig-
lisn gemleman. Among rcocnt pictures of his
may be noted " Sta. Maria d'lla Salute," al
cnice, built by Baldassare Longhana, in com
memoration of the pestilence of Hi.12, in which
sixty thonsanu persons perlsnea.
1 Ins appeared In moll; last rear be was cnlellr
occupied on views of London on the Thames,
rnjbt or nine In number, painted tor Mr. c.
Lucas, the contractor, and this year two works of
his figured on the walls of tbe" Royal Academy,
the "Chapel In the Church at Dlxmudc, West
1- landers," and the "Mausoleum of Augustus (the
Castle of 1st. Angelo). from tbe gardens of the
Hie Uarticrlni at Kome the most remarkable
monument on the Campus Murtius. Vury few of
his works weie engraved on separate plates,
line pair, however, "St. foul's and the Lord
Aiay r a l rocession, were execnt a iti line en
graving. He did a few painter's etchings on
copper views in Scotland etched by himself ; but
tbec were never puojisneu.
in bis earlier days in London Mr. Robotts livod
at No. 18 Mount street, Lambeth, and every even
ing ne, Dis countryman "jock Wilson, the land
scape painter, and one or two more rising artists,
met at public bouse just over Westminster
bridge. From Mount street he removed to No.
21 Morriiiuton pi ice, and frequented a well
known bivcrn, the Sol's Arms, where the hahittiet
still renumber him. Whi n he became A. R. A.
be joined the Garnck Club, and for very in any years
be has In en the acknowledged chief of the smoking
loom, coming punctually at ei;tlit, anil leaving
punctually at eleven, lis last residence wb No.
i l- itzroy slreit, Fitzroy square. He was a pleat
ant und ifentul coiiiDatuon. emphatic illy a "cln'j-
linDie man. many stonca nsas toiu ui uia noer-
ulitv to bis less toilunute brothron or (lie ease',
and" be w as, to tbo lu-t, we lielieve, 1'reoident of
tbe Artists' Getieial Benevolent Fund.
l'ersonully, Mr. Roberts looked the imago of a
country farmer; in fact, it is known that he Sat, or
rati er stood, to (sir Ed ard Landseer for the model
of tbo farmer in the "Dialogue at Waterloo." Mr.
Roberts married early in life. His wife a person
of singul. r beauty, though of humble birth was
the model of Mary Queen of Scots in Sir William
Allan s famous picture oi mat uuioriuniite queen
landing at Leith. He leaves only one daughter,
ho married last year the son of Mr. K. Dickuell,
tfe gnat collector, whose pictures wcro told ut
Christie's last year.
Jnlen Clrrntrd, ibe I. Ion 1(1 1 lor.
At the last sitting of the Paris Geographical
Society, M. Multe Brun read a letter be had re
ceived from M. liraduezoc, French Consul at
Sierra Leone, and which confirms the account of
the death of Jules' Gerard, tho lion killer, who
was diowned In attempting to cross the river
He was born of poor parents at l'ignan, Var,
June 14, 1817, so that he was In his forty-eighth
year. Gerard was fond of sport from his youth ;
at ten he chased cats and monkeys, at sixteen bo
curried a rifle, and was a bit of a pugilist. He
was a volunteer for tho Algerian campaign in
1841, ai.d commenced the life of adventures
which has been terminated in so nntlmoly a
manner. He describes, in his well knowu work,
Is Tutur dt Lions, (18.37 8), bow it came to puss
that a poor dwarf of a creature like him, ventured
to declare war against the giant of the woods
"one against one chance for chance God alone
being a wime a of the fight." Not long after his
arrival at Bone, be heard of tbe terrible lion of
the Arel.iotia, which had committed unheard of
devastations among villagers and troops alike.
Said Gcrrd, magnanimously, "if it pleases Uad,
1 who ura not an Arab, w. U kill the lion, and he
ball not devour you any moie." Ilia heart, he
tells us. bounded for joy at tho coming light.
"Soon this all powerful lord, the terror of tbe
ccuntr.i, will blto the dust under tho ball of a
d g of a Christian." The villagers were Incredu
lous, ard Intimated to Jules, that, if ho killed
the Inn, they would kiss his fret and become
bis iluus; meanwhile they would mind then on a
Of tl e twenty live lions which have fallen
victims to Gersrd's rifle, we are told appalling
stones of ' Kl 11a b," the lame one, alias B n-Aehrrln-Iiaillel,
the muiderer of twenty men ; the
lion ol Krou Nega, the lion of Mejez Am ar, the
Hob ol . a,or, me lioness f,i lianout, etc. lie
kiii railed by tbe Ars.ii "the terrible Frank."
The i.u' d'Auoiale had given him a brace of
leHols, nt d on bis return to France, In 1S47, be
bud un interview wi'n tne uuciiess or Orleans and
tbe y uthltil Couut of I'ans, who, unsolntited,
left lie room for five minutes, and re.urtiing said
artless ly, 'lhe.se vdluin beasts will finish you one
day. A good hunter must be a good soldier. Yon
must lie preserved to the innv. Accept these
nistolsto ureserve you. in trw.i.ljerard returned
cme more to Fram e with therauk of sub-lieutcn-
ant, snd received the decora1 Ion of the Legion of
Honor. He Had within tne lout year or two left
France on another expedition into Africa, and he
has ni fortunately perished in thu course of it by
The following details relative to the melancholy
sd of Gerard were read at the meeting The
e.-lion killer went to the western coast of Africa
provided with instructions Irom the London Geo
graphical hourly of London, ami with the sup
tatrt of several members of the K:igilh notulity
for tbe pun e sc of exploring the interior of that
rouutiy. lis first intended to visit the Kong
Moui tains, in Northern Guinea, which, up to
that time, nail never oeen crosseu ny any r.uro
pean. He left F.ngland at the cloao of I VkI, and
Jiroceeilesito Wbyilab ; from thence he r jnetrated
luto ibe kingdom of Dahomey, wben's he Ja ed
one of bis last letters addressed to the Duke ol
Wellington. After having in vain attempted to
iget into tho interior ot Africa by way of Da-
T . B. ... L.O I - I.... ..."
Jiomry, are csmuu u men iuus wnu n tioi n
recciuuirudut.on to M. J. i'.rut.eiec, the French
Consul at that place, from M Drossare de C r
higi y, th coromandvr of she French e-tuadrou In
the (j ult of Guinea.
The English at Sierra Leon Immediately fur.
nitliisd him with fresh auoaua lor his journey
An F.ncltsb man-of-war. commanded by Captain
Cochrane, conveyed him to th neighborhood of
the rivir Galllnaa. In few days after bis landsr
iug ht lest ail bis baggage and took refuge m
Nf ert'r ro county, where the French residents
gate him i very assistance in their power. Ih
It fi it e v llac of HcKboom In Ihf month of M .y
i.r June Isst; but wh n only t" hours' dialtnen,
was ron pUti Iv p. Hatred, ani obligfal to rreii'U to
tl vil age, where lie nailed until I tie end of the
rains season lo r-rmnn em his jonrney. His
res iire , howeicr, being exhausted, Jeles
(ipiard iletirniined on returnm to Sierra Leone,
and be was drowned In cros-lug tlie Jong river,
M' hb il Ice line mni h swo.len liy ttie rains,
1 hai river brings i'o n an i n irmou. quan'itv of
mini and br. i.ehes if rces of h II kin4s, wiilb
lot m filiating l-l mds In tho canal of fh riioro,
inoneously ca led river.
Ilusa Jiiis ii t an llnl-n, tho llrra itisrl.vr
ir ttitt litiiiltil(in.
Don Juan Van Ha'en has (Mvmbr 2K), :.t
tbo age of seventy five, closed a long and active
career at Cad s. Van Haiti was by birth a
Spaniard, and Ins fli -t notnriety originated with
tbo battle of Trafalgar, when ho was only fifteen
yenrsof age. Ho entered the service of K'ng
Joseph, to whom bo rendered himself particu
larly aiccptiible. He was later Inriirc.rated In
the prison of the Spsnish Inquisition. On bis
acqulital from the charges brought against bi n,
he entered tho service ot Itus 1 1, and after various
Incidents that marked hi. extraor. Unary career bo
at last willed down at Btus els, w ith his wife, tho
Isler of tho distinguished Spanish General
liuiroga. As soon, however, as he heard aain
"ll.e b ml trumpet sound fo anus," bo was, us
Usual, ri ady for the hyht, and commanded the
fro- ps in the revolution in Kelgiuin In li.tr Van
I'alrn i rove the army of the I'nnce of Orange
out ot the country, tint lie met w-j'h the ingrati
tude of the l'lovi-ioiial Government, and was
oi ce again thrown into p'i-,n, from wh eh the
public uiee, on ac count ol Ids popului ity , so in
reh asi d Inm.
He for mx years enjaved the tranquillity of a
private life, but in I Mil he was Induced Ut join
the rm al army in Spam, mid tough' at the b ittle
ot NaMiria against the Cirlists. Tho usual fate
cd Ins siii ci .bi s attended lum Ho was once nioio
thrown into prison, from which llspartero released
this hero to follow him at the sh gc of Harcelona.
an II. den acconiianiid bisgrc.it leader, even in
lis dsii-ters, it ti' 1 ild not tle-ert him In Ilia exilo
to 1 ngland, w hete Van lialen was received oy
tbe noliility and the military with respect. Since
IM'il be lived a ri tited life. He, bowivet, em
ployed his Mine In writing an account ot 'The
I-onr liays of lliusseis," and ti valuaolc tie'in iir
on tie .spuni.sh cami uigii", in which bu took an
This remarkable man's Imprisonment by the
inqu sltinn rxeiu d, thirty years n;;o, the ib epe-t
sympathy, and will be remeiiiliered by friend-, of
a certain age.
Tfiriila l Pa,r, lit" I'reucU Koynllst.
The legitiinl-t papers of l'arls announce the
death, In Tournino, at the age of eighty eight, of
the Marquis de I'uy. The dc cased was a descend-
imt of Hay mond do l'uy, tho companion of Godo-
fioy de Boullion at the rupture of Jerusalem, In
K f!). He was born on the 21th of October, 1770,
iitkI he was at tho College of l'ontlovoy when his
father and uncle emigrated. Wl h his mother ho
was .C' i, lined In tho prison of Cbajeauroux,
where, thanks to the ecclesiastics who shared
their captivity, be was uldc to continue his
studies. They wero released at the death of
Kola siderre. in lso" ho married M id lie du
Wlssel. In June, 1H.TJ, the king appointed him
to preside over the Klectoral College of Leches
a mission of which be acquitted himself to gena
rul saljslaclion. After the Revolution of ls.;iil bo
retirid to his hereditary estu'o of La-Rut-lie-l'loquin,
lo the Improvement of which aud to
works of charity ho devoted his lifo.
Mrave. tho ltnMilikn Asilrssnoinitr.
Tho celebrated Russian astronomer, Frederic
Struve, whose nnmo Is associated with all tho
great works of triangulatlon and gcodory carried
out in Russia and Mastern F.uropo, died on the
Zld of November at St. Petersburg. He w as born
at Altona, in April, 17 3, and studies! philology,
and afterwards astronomy, in the University of
Corpus, in the Government of I.lvonii. la I Is ID
ho was uttached lo the observatory of that town,
hi coming the director four years afterwards. Ia
lMI'.i he removed to l'ulkowa, and was appointed
director of the niagn liccnt observatory which the
Russian Government hadestablislie I there, which
post be retained till his death. M. Struve under
took and cuiriedout various important works snd
scientific expeditions, by a description of which
scientific libraries are much enriched. His soi,
M. Otho Struve, studied under Ins accomplished
lather, and obtuined the post of second astrono
mer of the l'ulkowa Observatory.
Iiiant rViitti-ul, of Analrln.
On tho "8th of Novemlr, diid, nt Venice,
Count Gilbert Nugent, magnate of Hungary,
hereditary number of the estates of Camilla,
chamberlain of his Imperial Euyal Apostolic Ma
jesty, Knight of tho Sovereign Military Order of
ft. John of Jerusalem, and Knight Commander
of the First Class of the Order of Francis I. of
flic Two Sicilies. The Count was the second son
of the late Field Marshal l'riuce Nugent, Knight
oi tne uoiiien i- ieece, and urand Trior or Ireland
In the Order of St. John of Jerusalem. He was a
distinguishi d ofllct r in tbe Austrian service, and,
like Bis tamer, enjoyed the tricmlship or his sove
reign. He died after a short Illness, at a compa
ratively early age.
The Russian navy has lost ouo of its most Illus
trious veterans, Vice-Admiral Romanoff, who
died a few weeks since. The Admiral's service
dates from the year 1813, und last year he celc
biated the fiftieth anniversary of hit entering
the nayy. During the war with Turkey bo com
manded the row-boat flotilla, anal on the conclu
sion of hostilities ho resigned : but almost as soon
as the war in the Crimea commenced be again
went to sea in command of the steam flotilla
stationed iu the Gulf of Finland. Finding that
bis spin re of action there was very limned, he
went to Sehastopol, where he signali.ed hi uself
by his valor during the siego.
General Wjnynrd, f!. II.
The death of the above general olllccr, Colonel
.Wtb (English) Kegiment of foot, occurred on
Thursday, November 2.3. Goueral Edward Buck
Icy Wynyard was formerly in tbe Grenadier
Guard, and after obtaining the rank of colonel of
that regiment, was appointed Ald-de-camp to
William IV. He servod In the army in Sicily
from lMiiftto March 1H10, when he was severely
wounded at the attack ou Santa Maura, for which
he subsequent y obtuined tbe brevet rank of
Mujor; he was ulso present and on the stall with
the force that occupied Ischia and 1'rocida.
Central Ueurts Irvlnir.
The above venerable sflleer died on the -2d of
November, ut Balmac, near Kircudbright, Scot
land, aged ninety-one. He was formerly a Cap
tain in tbe Royal Irish Artillery, and retired upon
full pay when that corps was broken up.
t'owsis Alpliunsie il'Asronlt.
The l'arls journals announce the death of
Count Alpbonse d'Agoult, formerly Lieutenant
of the K ng's Guard, und one of the last Cheva
liers ol St. Louia, thut mark of distinction having
been conferred upon him by Ch irles X. nt Ram
boulllet.ou the 2d of August, lss)0.
ColoLcl Bruneau, one of the nurs ing members
of the St. Simouiau alls -ion to Egypt, died In
l'aris November 16.
M. Wolowskl, formerly rrocureur-Uoner.il of
the kingdom of Poland, has died in Siburia, where
he hud been banished. He had been condemned
to lUulh, but his sentence was commuted to exile.
I. FTTH It t I BOH Kt'.IIKIIUENKR AI, I.F.K.
A correspondent of the 'Vow supplies copies
of two 1 tiers from the Confederate Generul Lee,
which arc dated as far buck as 181-1. One of tbo
Utters is addressed to General Scott, aud con
tains General Lee's resignation of his commission
after service of a quarter of t century. The other,
address-d to a sister, enters more fully into the
feelings which dictated that step, and which ani
Dialed tbe Southern leaders at that time:"
Ari.inoton, Vtt., April 20, 18'il. General :
Since my interview with you on the 18th instant,
1 have felt that I ought not longer to retain my
commission in the aimy. I, therefore, tender my
ruignat.on, which I request you will recommend
for acceptance. It would have been presented at
once, but lor tne struggle it uas cost me to sepa
rate ui self from a service to which I have
di voted an the ist years or my lire, und all the
ability I possessed.
" Duiiug the whole of that time mors than
quarter of acentuiy I have experienced nothing
but kindness from my superiors, and the most
tordial friendship from my comrades. To no
tine, Generul, have I been ao much indebted as
to yourself lor uniform kiudueas and considera
tion, and it bas always been my ardent desire to
merit jour approbation. I shall carry to the
grave the most grulvful recollection of your
k'nl rritisidefatiiin.attd your name and fa-n will
aiwa-. s re O' ar lo me.
'Save In defense of my nstlve S'ate, I never
('csiie again to draw n.y sword, lis ploi'cdto
( ci pt my most esme-t wishes fur the contin
uance t your Imppiniss snd prosperity, an I bo
lieve me moat truly, mir, R. K. Ln.
"Lieiitctiepl General Wiwrir.i.n Soon, Com
manding I'nltrd .states Army."
A copy of ihe preceding lett r was Inclosed
In the following letlci to a sixer of the General,
Mia. A.M. :
"Aim imitiis, Vn., April 20, IHI',1 My 1) -ar
Sifter : I arn grieved at mi In ibilny to ee you.
I hav t een watting 'lor a more c luvmiion'. sc i
aon,' which l as brought to many Iwforeuie deep
ar il lasting rcgici. Now we are in a state of
war which will jl Id to nothing. The while
South Is in a st to of revolution, Into which Vir
ginia, alter a long slrugg a, has been drawn,
and though I rccugn iu no nccea-ity for this
s ate oi ihiugs, ami would have forborne
and pit iidi d to tbe end for ictlr. si of grievances,
rial or snpscil, jot in my own person I ha I to
n eet the qiiesiinn, whoih r I should take pa-t
nsainst my native State. With all my devotnn to
the I nion, and the feeling ol loyalty and duty of
an Anteiiean ri i?. n. I have not b"n utile torn iko
np my mind lo raise my band against my i ela
livos,"ny childicn, my home. I have, therefore,
n sit-in 0 my commission In the army, and, s ive
in ih fenso of my na-ue State, with tho smcero
liope that mv poor si rvi -e- mav n -ver he no d--d,
I hope I may never be called ou lo draw mv
'I know you will hi mit mc, but yon must
think as sindly ot me as you can, and believe
I hut lliave eiuli avored todouli at 1 thotight right.
To show you the fie ing and struggle it b is c e-t
mn, I s nil yi ii a ctitiv of mv letter ti Geti -r.il
Scott, wlili h iiceonqiiuii d my Ic-t-rl if resign iti-n.
I have no lime for mo e. M iy G id
guaitl and protect on and yours, nnd a io-er
upon yi u evi ry blessing, is the praver 'if y-mr
di voted brother, R. I I. La' a."
KTif- I'illl.ADI I.I'lll ANI) RK A 1)1 N'l
' Itallload I uDiaani, Olllra No. lit 0. rouitrit
ran ai.vi pmi, rsr-mlar I'J, I at.
Unties Is brliv bItiii in Ids Htcekrolnsis if talk r.,ra
.sni (Sal U Auniiai Si".'ili v. sii'l SB R r. u.,n ror Pre I
llNC,)!1! sl'.il.'r, 'I r'-s-nrei. mil hsvintarr, w III Ias
i Imui-(d Uie ssriii4 MllMlAT c th) ill Jsnnsi v nsl, al
13 M WILLIAM II WK.I1II.
Vt in ti 7 Hicria-r.
'r" I'll TSUCRO, Sru 1 I IC l-l MM II It, 1 So I.
' - MVIIiS.NIl . 1 hs IHraei.irs nt Ihs HIHH Oil,
ii M''AV1 t.itva tins ila? '!' lao H I o vir Uenl tn'ilL7
ii vi.ietai rm N'.fiiiiiT, ,.t T.utPK t'Krt cicaT.'ia is
'ispitnl ateek nt the ivnipany. p.vtals anw Ids l.'ee la.l.
lo ths rhilnaeliUi a nlcru, r. ai th! ilDee if Mr.l 'utcacai
a Culllns.ltu. 'Jl M S 10 iN T Hlre-I.
WM sla'U n-IIROU, rretldent.
l'.OIirT WffAT. Ja.. H"crriary. li 10
( N O T 1 C U .OFFICII ATLAS OIL
-"' CVatl'ANV, ho. .151 W'AI.SL'T Htr.l, 11 sun
',, Hi. I'ioi a in i eiiu, Ii in tor 'II. Isal.
'I hs t'HmpanT WIU l rfailv to Ishuo llertillcat-'a uf
fi'n. k "Il aiutnrter TLIHIl I Y, I li eeill Sit '.illh nl.
I'srnt.ns boh lna tiis f'"iniAiv s ilas hills will plsnsa
lues, nl lliem al Oils ulllre en or after lha atiuvo Uajf, and
leee vi 't'llitlcatdl of Hi ia' k 111 esehitll v.
U 11-t.t p. l. Wll.l ll.VSK, Haoretary.
r-f- TH K I'HILADKI.rillA, WILMING
ton and Jtaiufnortt lUllroAtl (.'nnuiitny.
I 'III I. A l HI. I'll t k . It aitibi-r, lMi4.
Thn i antial Hwtlnif rf iho Kiitckliille H nf Him Com
pn v, mitf an fltttnn uf lilrt'ctori, will ttkn plffo at t no
Oirrii ol Hi Cointtviy in Wiitiiliutoii. od Uie SKI JON l
jyOMMY, Wlh Jnur next, at II a. M
U -J-t t Al fUKM iliKNKK,8ertar3f .
tl'" "office of the city trka.
Piiii.AitKi.ru i , hiTtnihrr il, 14.
NOTK'R TO LOAN IIOMKKH.
Tb Oltv Tn-iHiin r U ir'i'ri'1 to r lmnt imt-irlntr
.lanuarv I. Im. atol the hniili r tl-cre-if re rfliitterl to
iifM'iitilitm at tills oiiiv on and after Uic M day of
1J It Ct 'iiy rn-aHiirir.
fJTT- I'll II. ADKI, I'll I A ANI) KKATMNO
Tr' Railroad Cuaipniy, Ofllu Ho. '21 H.KOliUl H
pHil ArniJ-wi. riMemher '23 l.
To arold detfttlkna, thtj huldfrt ol O'Usoim of tklit I'om
(iiuiv (Iut on tilt I M r.rtixinio, arr nnUen fci have thi-iu
al ifiln tUrr on or hrfru ihr :tlit Intl., heti rvfii)lit will
ie irlvtti, drtliit tliaK tea pr rt nl. for Ntaia ami l,'ntt(jr
S'atNi tar, and otiMak will be rrady tor doHvuryon
TV f.HIA Y, the .'id uf January, In tm hanye for
U-W tt 8. 1'.KIroUI,Treafurar.
Sf OFFICE OF SF.CONI) AND THIRD
rORD Bead, holuw I tilth Avtwnn.
I'm i AhKi i iiiA. lr'r,m'.,.t,lBU.
The Annual MtliiK the Mlot kholdi'Morthln OouipAny
wllMie tvU at tl.ia utiH on WON I a V , January , IH5,
at 13 ilork M., w hen an Flection will hti hold for a Pn-n-dit
ami twt-lye lhn-otfra, to aon c for the en-ahig year
i t m IraLhf! bonka of ihf f 'ompflD will he ctoied for tn
dayi prior to laid aJrctioi. THuM A I.OUa!,
11 W tjU Besreury.
firJW- OFFICE OF THIS GIKAUI) COL-1-'
lii I'anaonrnr Hallway Company, oorntr of CO
M'MItlA suid ltlUUK Avaauea. i'mi.kliina, De;aiuber
I he Annual Vreilnnnf the ftt.jrklmMo-a of thlg Com
i any will Ik h?ld at tnolr otHoe on MONDAY, Januarys,
W.V at 17 M . at with h tiuie an rlflclion will bo held lor a
prt'tMriit at d live llrioirN, to terve tor tho enoitliiR year .
li fci fmw tl V VM 1,1,1 AM M. HMdlir, Mecfeuiry.
)f" OFFICE OF TUB UNION PAS- 1
not Kaliway Company, No. fl. rOUUlU
PH't Ai'ri.rntA, Poraraber W, IH'!4.
Ttft Annnal Mat-fin : iif the rtookhoMarfl of tha lnlon
pMf'niitT ltaLwu t'ompanf will bo held at the o'ttc1 of
tho romt any. Wo X. roL'KTIl Htnl.nn MONhAV,
January U, al l'1- o clock. An elfC"ion fur 'riMidnnt, I
n--rrcaltteiit. and five Ilraotn, will be hold. betwmn I
tti- hnura ai ten and onf.'et the mine nlnce.
13 u imwu y. w. ti. KaMifin, nocrniary.
rr- NOTICE. THE WEST rillLADEI-
"- i hta raikenuer Balhvav ('ouihanr f Markot trt
line), haxe plat i-4 a ihuuIut of nMltlonal eari upon their
rad, to run tH tween Thirty fourth and Market itraiiU
(it nir ub-di.'poi), ami From tirtet, for the lur aoeoio
iiKsilnih n ol the iiiihllc, and have prepared traimfer tiukva
kotn) mn iinotii, i arrv )ahftik'ori io infir wniiero
di'pot. forty Aral etrt'et and II avert" rd atraft, without
extra 4 havu. Hald cnri will he dfnUnatrd by a noWe
tiKTfon, " io i iitiiy rouiin uraei, and te auowa ai uigui
ly a green lit lit.
wiLMAM MAKiin.jr .necretary.
K&f OFFICE I'Hn.ADKLI'HIA GAS
WOKKH, November 0, xt'A.
Propoiala w ill be rtrnvurl at tl ii Oftlee an'll noon of
th Ut ot January nf xt, for the eaie to the Iruateva ol the
rnuaneipiiia t.at worm, or ttoca ia ma
Houitawark aud Muyauieiifttng tiaa Work a.
atiuai una do
And K let mond do
'I o im aaad aa Lnvetiinta for the liukhtf fa Ada of laid
13 5-1 m Cahior.
rf OFFICE PENNSYLVANIA RAIIj-
I'iiii inn rnrA, Kovembar 4.19M.
VOTIf1! TO HII AKPI10L1E tit.
The Hharehoidrri of thia cfnopany are attlflad ttiat,
under Fee luiionoftbe lioa d oi lirertura thav are, and
ilrd io tubai r he in ihe ttO' k of the Company lAe amount
o 'I EN Vrm r.hT. oa their napecUva antaraat, aa
shown by their bookeof te2d Uiitant.
fa'-h tbarebolder en 1 led to a iractiaaal part of a ahara,
Miidrthe tenma of the H aoiutlna, shall have me privt
l. a af a exiting for a fuM shara ou tbe payueut of atlp
Thie Stek win aa laioeal at the par Talue of flr 44
Ura per ehaie. Aacrurd trtereit at MIX ITK CENT, wtfl
be rhaavtri from the lit Inataat aaill payment la made.
Tk- hooke lor eutacripiion and pivunat will be opaai
ON 4' ' h It a Y , ike 7ih Inaiant, anal wfetl eloae on the AUt
M reomtr neat, alter wruen no further aabaertpMoaa
wUi ton r -ted auder tha rraolwUew.
11 1H lit TH'iMArtT FI KTn Traaeare.
p-w TO THE STOCK HOLDKKS OF THR
T!KKIIJN ll.I.K, MANTUA Ahl rAiatalDUnr
I'AttKNi.h K H A 1 1 Id I A 1) t OUTANT - hoiir. la hereby
(ivt-D U the Htorkriolilara of tne above t'mnpanv, tial a
tin etii'ff of ihe Htsckb;d ri will be held at tut- oitl aof !.
H DtiiMi.fho 4.at, WAl.NLT hlrt-'t, Pniiadi)4Lhla(
oil I IIUKHI'AY, ll.e inU lutnt, at 1 o elnrH r M. to
ttike tnu I'liHiti-rath B the anr anient miU a ib a dr,
t t ienthe iJlr.rtura an.) Mnnaurra of ihe f'aina ant
and An l btnet I'hv l'a-trtii.r Itailwav l ompant, and
tiie lire lam and Mnnanr nt ihe tlrlnvlU, MantMa,
aid ralruiunt l'iia iiafi Kai roail Cotnpaoy. lor ms"-k;inIi
and corooh'tallon of the orp ifum rinfii, pnwia, un vl
kg". frauchUra an1 pio,i.tv ar the Uiimo ini a d Ach
Hieett'iiy 'a-nHer ki a iHn iy into aad w ia
Hit- tlcateijv hie, Kt -utua. and r'alrnmunt 'iin-n-cr kail-K-ao
onipany. and u r ui- fr ln r. ,ti -a or r-.-iaei.ou uf
ti caitaie. H lilhttiN, P'fttl-m.
Pmii uri t hia. Iei?Tril er 11. 1H--4. li-wtm4t
OFFICE OF THE FAlKMOlST ASH
' Ar hhitn t ritv l' .aien; r Itailtray uutpiny,
No. V-U 1 ALI.x I'll I "tre t.
P-ui n-1 i (ia, heremlrM' I'l. Itt-H.
Not ce In hr br iciven u u.e tv-" k .o tlt-r ! die r ir.
li omit aid Art It Kirrt-t tnv ' M-rr itllsvar ' n-
pAiit,i) t( a M-elin'of n,i-h't ' kr.ul r'i tti'M hHil.it
tie t'Mne ll.e ' oiiniv. No. J 11. L.t villi,!,
Mrevl, on I liL'i;!' "i . t T'ii ln jut, at 4 o clock I.
1 , to lute lu'o tmiMiti r I ti tf.y ai.iue.ii ui l u t m
da Nt't n ( e ir-"fie ant Miii.t.ii .ft a ll-' a
iie, aiai-tua. ami U riui n' i'.isrMf-r K i lr al ''otn
pty, ai d ll l'ir lots' and fctitmtjfra ftl:a Kiirruoun'
and hrrb Hirtit tjny !'( iisrei' lt-iiwnv t 'i-titpatov. fcr
ti e aiirniiif nud eoMio.itintioii of in c irt-oi .tl-t r i-'hia,
l-uv tm, piiMi"!a, (tun1 h ui And ro''trty ul Hie Fan
Ui But and An n Htra ii itv 'a : -r tuilway r.impativ,
liits t.nd wlih the llet"iiVilie, Maoiua ati Kairui uni
t'aafct'i ft r Kallr aid t i-mai,, and tv tit tor U.e a4pyu
or it ilon of the aauit.
I-14-wits 61 C. It hl NiiA, Presidtnt
THi: (UIKAT CENTUM, FAIH
V. K. a?AMTAHV COMMISSION.
HELD IN Pill l.iMLMMA. JL'KK.JhCl
LT t'HAklXH J. BTILI.K.
mica rivi ih-ii am.
I'mTHi (TArKa Rvitt:T (' U M iat"t, i
PnilAI'KI I ISA A'ilK T, Jo. 1"7 f 'I'MkM'T ?' RaT,
iM-eetnnar l". l4.
To ihr Mrmtr$ of th$ Yurivu t tm'U(tJ V4 irl
Ctnhat Fuir :
ThrHAWITAkV fOMMTHSION tfti9 to announce that
li e 'hli.rOK. or '14 K r A I R. pret.trrd iy air,
a4MI.l-JT.at the re-iueat of the KAetntire OHnnittea, la
M W readv for delivery, it tVrue very aieaut quarto
voiumr in niora uiai iw4 nimu rrti i , ia uunnnun m
Ho est DMiier at the "I ailon fell of MVatra. Siivroian A
( os.andla IliaalraUd with phtopraihe vt aoiue of tit
more intvrc-itiiiH eliiatta of tha f shltitlon- ItaouitUna aa
atooiint of the oriyin aud protfT" f tbe Pair; a deaenp
lion of Ue dlflrrent Depart dm nta ; a atnteineut of th
flu an? taaDll . a fell lal nf kI Ibe t 'Oinaulltetx. ft. (C
Aataiswurk ia daeiiaed prlwarlly for ua ueinbera of
e varum a I oiamitieve, ana a MiaJiaa aainoa amy naa
batt pr ruled, il 1 aa hteai tba(hi bei to pine H lo
aliaritaor Air. JAM fc K . HI M OW, aa apeaJ aanl r It
ioe who dealre roptea w III ploaar aill oq at addraaa
hJat ho MB rtiATti Htreet, .w na u.rv.
r. aimon will cart aton tLoee whe asay ao be able lo
asinamauirist wUh blm.
si. ViUl itwi fcr ssUvsr oa WKDMCSniT,
thk ru uiii i-T.
Thank'nl In our friend and Ihe poSMr fHf the llKeraJ
natropftve balowrd upon ut, wa Would infum them thai
havlr(tmao ex.rnelve altera lor In nor eata'ttlehmeat,
we are now pr pan d to eTefato 1 turra to tha aatUfatiatnaj
of all who anay frar oa wkH a call Having io at wot
0' n.mand lnrrciMd fa Ultlra, w Uki-pleaturo lo oIliMtlnt
a diac rnlr pnMh' to eooiparo the etitl n of our work
wlih U,at p tod reed at any ohir otrahlliUaiafftt lo aba
l.'olird Htatea. We woHld aleo aiate tha our
OA1U ItY IH I'HKK TO ALL
fw T eiatnlnaUon a rpr olnierm. Kiiwlthitraailiiu tho
advance of material oned, aid wai(ea of liandt eusi-yiiyad,
wt ar yet furriahlnj
I'lCTCKKS AT TH K OM) PRICKS.
I.tfi- m I'eadu It. Tay t. fHI and Pa ).
i nh nt aire hveiia n ('tnum, i il, an i 1'n-el
Itnp'rlit. I'la'a nd Co ured. II 1,H 10 4 1 nrnl I ? !r.ea.
f arm du Vlnlte T 'it (tna, full a an, 3 4, ., $i U par
Ambrotypca. from V eent npwurda.
tiiToipa per doff ii, Ac Ao,
On hand and for aale, a lartte lot of
(.'oploM of Hiiro Jnuinvhim,
PIIoT(gRAPH of all the
I'ROMINKNT (1KNKRA1.H an.l
DUI IMOIMHUKIf MKN, fi r Ac
Ouialde view a taken at short noilvo.
JIIOTNMVssKV afe "0 ,
J IVlm No HI1 A l.t'H M'n .
EN AM LED SLATE MANTEL
TAHl.K TOPH, AO. Vo..
No. C1IK.SNUT STISKIsT.
PHI LA HlTLl'lM A. 12 S
FACTOKY TKMTI ANI) RANSOM .S 1.1,
j j x; rv 1 1 v APPiiE,
0 AUGER AND COOPER,
No. 'M)' H. W'tfttr If-tiwt, ImjIow Walnut.
Imitation Itrandy and Wine ('neks, and all kfni of work
made of old and new aluff,lwava on hand or made to
Coal packed In hofraheads for aMpptnff. All klndiof
trtmujlua puiii'tually attended to. II if
Q K N T 11 A.
K A T I 1 G II O XJ H 12
OrrOSITK THR TOST OFFICE,
10 17 9m PII1L AlKLriIT A.
Mo. 67 (Iff "MT HtrMtt, eorner af PteraraU,
KHtahrlnhi-d 1H44. Incorporaied IHV,.
Tom Men prepareu for tiie C'oouttny llouee and l.aal
fican l ife.
Tli'-roujtti ard pracMual Inntrnrtino in
fn all It I branehaa, aa pracUaod by the heat aco-Hintaobi
and baaueaa men.
Plain nnd OniamcnUI, la taught one of tha moat oom
pcia-1 cf penman.
C'omaerial t'aleniaHorif, Commoroi! Law, Dctootla
CoojiterMt hiotea, Ar.
b ffonntJ, and on Paper, tauxut by a lonaj-ecper1i5s
.'per a tor.
Niudenta traructad aapamtely, and received at an
time a venli a HeatP-ua afier Heptembar IB.
:ataloiea mntalninK the namea of 471 atodenta, tma
Ar , aarniahed iratU oo ppllcat-n.
11 ITtiiaMitl H. H. CKfTTBrfDK A CO.
AND MARINES' CLAIM AGENCY,
tiro Bonrrr Airt a prwstow
To Ifa diachargad boidaor wko b as be-n wounded Id baUlo,
Tc thoaa who haro ftarved two jvora, bealdea a PJEXiJIOV
to tlioee diaab'ed.
itof) TtOrjirTT A WD RArit PAT
To 'Wldowi. raiheri. Mothera, Ave., ef thoaa who barve
Oied or Uvea ailiea la Ute rv tea.
t PFHIOR A TEA
TotbeWldowa and IV Mowed Mothers of tha Ho Id 'era,
3vajut.ii, bho aarmw woo nave aieu in uie lervieo.
PRI7U MONP.T. BACK PAT. AO..
Doe the noire of Heamen and af a'tnea.
THKSK LA IM8, and all otlsara aiamt National and
Btate vio ran menta, proiUitl.f coalocwd.
Addroaa or apply to
GEORGE W. FORD, CInira Agcrnt,
11 30 Lm POCK BTIbRKT, one door below Third.
Il M1NIKQ, CM3AL. AND OTHER NBW
cum ra a irs.
W ar, prspsrsd to Airnlsa Ksw Oorporstloas wltb
ill. Hooks ttmj ss-ialr,, al sbort aotlG. and low prUm, of
nrttqasJtt, an stKs of nilHUnK.
unn. r.kit chtisiuatrs or g'rooK.
Ln siwmrHWi to au
(JKDSKS or TEAHBfliB.
RTOm I.SDOP.R PAI.iOK.
Kr.uiHi ia or capiTai, stoibjc.
nuoiKax' i itrrr l aijuua.
ack jrT or iiuw.
Blank Book Manafaotann ana BUtionsrs
U-M-a Mo. tit caiUHVT Blreot
gDMUNU A.. HOUDEll A CH..
AND SniP AND STEAMBOAT AGENTS
DOCK STUKKT WUAIIK,
f.irrwTj a. snnpiB, i
tains t. swLuaa.
COUSTY'S TEA WAREHOUSK. ESTA
J Ulshed lu IBOC. ItsawrUraiiilsssJer la
riu, lui, ktom, aud uqman.
CholM Uavaoa ("tears,
Truss BlarkwnssrtaklM and Haima
Kasrlsk an4 Saoti Al, sail Purwr.
I inusd Meats, mrlts. Soap,
Navy Mwioj sal H with
At ho. IIS 8. HHOOWD Mrvet.
V-1H ly JOSUUA IL 0OU9TT.
TiiojiAH cj. jr. ic u nowry,
Pootn, Shoe, Tracks, and Carpet Bags,
Hot. 10J4 and 1010 MARKET 8TR8ET.
OasttitMr vrvrk b,4, to orilsr. U taiotht.1ir
T U L Ij ' H
NEW PATENT STOVE,
FOU COOKING AND HEATING
It Y O H.
i'sa s. had csftspv tha mij thn Oa, stor,. at
11 SO-lm Vt. II, a. rilTTH HTSEST
Qi;IlCJ13 HTITliH, Jll.,
KwlO Vo. llttl H. SK.COND Btreei, PaUadeJphla.
BKIl;yLlTEa MAC9INE WOEK8,
Vo.ON. VhoST tJTKLET,
Wa ace prep and to Ul ortkn to any oxteni lor our wail
MAf HINrVT FOR OOTTOW AND WfHt,ff M1LLH,
tnaHxltfii aH rvctsiu hxiiovtjtuwiia iv Caudiiiar, SuiM.ainc
We invite tU aKoutitnot nianafaotureea to oaroxteo
I U ALFRED jmXKA A HO at
TN THE DISTEICT COUUT 1011 TUB
My and County ot Philadelphia.
Jt'llW J. II A 1 LOWELL ve. JwSKPIl H. KPANB.
A Ilea Venditioni Einonaa. heofKnOer. IHiA. No. .147.
Tde andl or aaootuted bv Uia Loiirt'lu reoort tit dihirt
anUoD of a fund produced 1 a Hi.anif a tale, under tna
aiM'vo writ, of all that certain IhrfO htorj brii'H inansttnue
vr taiieeaent, back bulleinva, and lot or pieca of ground,
i natron tiuueaat aide of Kltraoih atnet, at tiie dsuui-o
ot uur rnnurea aun icur n a aoainwaro iron tUfniuio
e'dc ( Otrai J ateet, itt the 1 weotieth ward of tlie cty nf
ptsiadeipttia; rontalnlna in ftoat or 6rdih on the vaid
atk-teatii aireet at vento (oet (InrJuding oo the north a ita
Urer tne areiherunioM uaif iart of au allfjr toroe
In width bv lae whole deota, of the thert-hv granted lot
and eitaandiiiar In ieiuiUi or death eaatwardof' that width
eeveatj one feet teat and one-half luehue to a lour feet
wma anev. iraiae; norinwata anu coaminnirKUni; with
the ealri throe fa, wide alter, auhieet lo the veaiiv utahuA.
retit of $!. win attend to the djifiaof hi appoint meat, on
BDNaVsKAT. the txQ. day ul Uereoaber, A- 1.1a34, al
H o ciora r. an ,11dm amre, au. mj m. niirn i n street.
Iklladt-aiihta, wt,aa aud wharo all part tea interoated aaual
preoont ihalr eiaUua,ttr ftiey will be debarred froua eoiulikg
II la -M J0115 B, COLAIlAN.tAudJror.
onn nnn CAN8 rExcHEa. very su-
XtVn ')fnr aerw. aoi ep bj U. P. Morton a Oo., at
the Kowad Too PeMO raaaai, aM- V aid i
aa of A kV, hi. JTo. M . W&iQm. WL
Ko. 409 CHEfcli-UT STREET.
imt mslrotf , a fan stMk nt
I sdlrs' flistos, rhlladnlphla Clah Skslns,
dents' Nkairs, H .ton KoeKers, yary soperlor,
Uos hka'es, Titn Tors iMun nkitc,
A lid rnrinr naairs, an sixes.
whiir, sll san ,'A.ratnoilBts4 wnk a superior qaal1
Irwin B Cli'ilcc Mlretlou.
111111 I WIIWN 7..
11-10 Ins J. . tit CBKMNUT HtrMl, ITilli1llhU
1 1 IxA. J K I sl 1 1 1 A.
N K A 'I' 11 I U 1 O 'X" .
LESLEY & CO.,
No. 0U7 VIAKKKT hTIlKUT,
P. iLK AOK.NT.S FOR
Ontams't Ctit' 'rir aisl ats's,
Pclfthsr's Fnipri rrd I.sillr' Bnd Hunts' HkBti,
B.ClBtk's fBl. ni I.biIIiis' and ilnti' MsbI.
Pl.mplim rtwit Kcusn-jlii Kloo AitAlrs,
Hhaltr s I'Btrnl rinor Htstrt,
Ine An-rloan i'Aion. I l.ior ai Bis.
A 'nil sii.'irtnn ii! i.f ail tti, bKots t)'loa oimstAiUly on
nftnil.as ybllBs .u tl.sollmr T'lrtl"of
PTI 1.L ANU WOOII TOl PKA1K3.
I'.TStt't PbIsiiI HM'astoiiIrs KkBtri ftiflra rlthout
slriif, II t "
KIH III H, WHll.HSII.il BNDURTBII,.
rJlli: OIUHIN.Mi SK ATI STOIIU.
SMITH & rJCHARDSON,
HIku of tlio "HliHtc Jy,,
No. Oil MAI1 K I'iT HTKIOKT,
Have tar irale, Wlioleaale and Kutall, the lanpfoit and ttaa
H II AT K H
In thin Hty. Tlietr ato k a unprhea evorv poeapde rirltj
and at the lnweni prtca.
Lad e and (eiia HUtrt ftaa'oe Htevena' Bkatev.fNarli'a
Mt,aire, H"rB' kate. rii lail'-lpm .Skau-a. Urn Ihird'a
lluatoti Hkatoa, "hurwira ( lli'iiac" haatee, I'artur Hkatca.
6KATK M.ATXS, SKATE STRAPS.
In short. svsr.tMne pwtflJnlnf In akslstBndTnnrTBdsSy
of hksls ui-ile.r ii le lr.-iir,-d Bl ilie H un of Ills 8ai
I.ot.' Ko.bll WHlvKT htruot, U.e oldest Skat, Sljro lo
Mis elljr. ,
M. B. flkalM flmand and Itepslrsd. 11 13-tl
JO-PA 11TN K H SHU' NOTICE.
Tti, Bnilursisncd have this day fnrmod a Co-Partnarshls
. miliar Ihr rtyle and tltie of
ADAMH Ar lIi-VIS,
Fr th imrprs, of transatlns a funeral
AND STOC hi -BROKERAGE BUSINESS.
Olt., TKLl Q It A PI I,
And KXPRKHS (COMPANY HI OCRS mad, a Rpsdalty.
(iovoninient Loans and flni aie Bought and B'I1.
OtOROK H. LEVIS,
U wtf pio. se CI1F.8MUT Stmt.
j in Machines.
Ho. 715 OHESFUT
HOVElt fc HA.K.lilll'H
t-M No. 7-10 CHEHNUT Htrnat.
TJ 11 IN I T U 11 IH.
CIlKAfEST AND BEST.
llod-rooiti and Cliambor Hlull a.
ninlnu-U oom Nultis,
Llbrnry onl Oflloe Furniture,
OF BVF.RY. DESCRIPTION,
ElUitr In nulls or Bin,), Pleoes, at ths lowait aua.tU
CJOULiD & CO.'S,
Cnksa raiTltara DnnoU,
K K. Cor. XINTH Bad MAKKBT, and
11 lcwrmti a. k. oo a boom u ma kaob arn.
THOMSON 8 LONDON KITCHENER,
or Kurufu'au Kansn, n.r ranuHtas, hossla, or public
Institutions, In twenty dlll.iaal slsas. Also, Pblia.
dtllihla Kat bks. Hot - aa Furnao!.,. P.tnnbss
Hat,r,. Lowdon n (Irauia, rsrslioard Flbis, Kain H'41mt,,
Huwholf I'laws, lii.ittrs, Cuokuis Htovoa, Ac, at wttoia
aula aud retasl, by t6 niBiiuraciurura,
1-N-fjnw tm Vo. 0V MHItiKJllL) Htreoa.
TJBITEESAL 0L01EE8 WEISGEE.
IHE "GREAT FAMILY ECONOMIZER."
IT 1 THS
BEST AND ONLY RELIABLE WRINGER
lis roil a Tin PBori.a.
IT 18 TnK MOHT HUKABLB MAl'IrlSE MADE.
It Is lb, ,nly Wrlaisr wliu th,
TATBNT COO WIIKKL RKGULATOR
for tnmlnc both t.-II, toother, wMnh po.ltlTely provMil,
the ruBs frsm l.n tk,iitf or twlstlnf oa th, aliaft, aa as)
V rtnsrs without
Will do, no matter how etroaglj It may be aaeartal lo the
It te not only a n envoi Wrtnicer, but tha (Vff Wheeia viva
n a power which renfera It a luost trarKi.La.Nr
WA SHr.lt, aa te iflfd tea Umoaaa-ia wUo liavo It in uao.
at aava tttne, lat.i , clotbes, aat tuufifr. itwLl pay fa
if in tre BAVliU or C'LOTUINJ AU)NS aia
r.K.JIT n7.nn - The ueuol ramll S.Kes are No. 1, Mo,
aua Mo. X. ll--v nava
And are warranted In every particular,
hoe. 'J and 3 aru imH wat rau:iJ or ratwimTinled, t.av.
Iitv ao amatl rUa ti m Cora cauro bf turt, at hoir:ti ttu jr
oj vt ue aame axr ana prioe aa uiuae uui uy 'Miia imajaera.
K. Ii. IHIUNII VM,
Ko. 17 8. RIXTH BTRKir, PhUd, bla,
ll-9S-mfslin MoolnliirtoTB' Ajvnt tor Eact Pvnna.
CARTF.NTKR AND Et'lLDER,
No. U BATTOaT n.s' P, Nrtsssi Cliarr and Sao,,
AI.O. C ,I,tll BlfWCI.
F,.r, Piirms and Jnbiuf ol a kinds pronptly at'
tuilnl to nr.palh. li il-liu
KinTn e.no-n k-w
INIjIAN f MOHNU TOBtOOOl
Tins yrorld-riwnsS 1Vit,auso I, m&i.a(auard from tha
Aad aanustrjr raooriaiHiiU Utm.t to all 0ntlaun ol
Bold IthvsHBk? and rxall at
liUT B t'OPl'LAB CIOAH BTOllB,
Jlo.au GHuMUT Srat,
le-t tml oppoatss BUM UooM.
i pprnv;i: tict rtje Jurlijih.re aa lurety of Isaac
heonlvtiT, H? e Heleet and Common t'ounclla of tha
City of rialaJfiphlrt, I hiit tie ri;t' J il)hire ii ha ruby
at ninvad an tin trt'ty ci iauat' lister aa utvtaur, la
utu vt Anaraw jia u, (iLi-aM-ii.
ai. r:AsnKit J. iiARrKii.
frt-ank-nl ol t.oiDioou Cviineal.
Wat. F. Rmai.i ,
C'iti vi Commou Council.
ln Itknl of' Hflert 'nmiotl.
Approved thli tw-ntr f -imh day of laceuiber, Anno
I'onjiiu 04m ibouiaua ciantoujidivuaim iAv-iuuri.daw vi
) K 8 O Ii U T I l) N
i To At th' rie a (rt.itn TmnOr In the Approftrl
ttirn t ha t'ny ''ontr.tlifr for I.
Kranlvrij. Ht the 8t r.-t and rrmini n ("onnrila of aha
t 'if,v of Pt tlml' tpi la, Tl at tle t Mr ''-nt n.l rr he and aa
lhrnhv ntiil 0'ict anrt Hire, tei t mshe tt i ilWiii;
transti r n tl e anprnpriatlon to the t:itj t'ntuJor IW Uie
j fr 14. to wt
Frwen Item h (prlrtlna urd ptitnlhiir annual atateraetwy
10 litot 4 a:aUiuer). too hnn-lrert ; in.
Al.KXANI.H't J. 11 MlfF.lt,
l-.tiolilrnt ul CouiittdU Oounj!.
Arraham Hrt wAitr,
A a i nun I CU rk of Common fnnnrii.
J WIKH 1 VNt.
rre!itn' of Wehf 1 1 Vuijfl.
Apnrnvf.i h! tw..fitv-r.'nnii il it nf lf.-niier. Aiiao
linn mi one tliouaaml ciuht tiunlrttl anil eixtr four (A.
Arrrx vhkii riKHRT.
H Mirrii rhiia.tnliihia.
1 I K 8 O Is IT T I UN
i T mile a rfrtam iranfT In Hie appropriatloei
11 -i!e tci tl.r Kir i' it ar'iii n f. r t,
e Mia lvfl, iiv trie. r-rci ai I ri.nmn t'otnMa of
Up t'ny nf I ht ail. :piiu, !,nt tho ' J .ntndlfr b
fiiA 1, la hrr Iit en li t. tninaf-r f om Item
h (tatniilf; tn l rni J fmlinn vinn-h) tha enm of
lllitv triri'O it.,laiM ai.tl thlrij' Uiru; itaur nriHUoa,
AI.KX NIH Il J IMR' K.H.
l r tent oi t.'"iiiiii'n t'.niiii il.
A tiet W
A Ml' A II AM Rl I. a UT.
Aan.Uani ( Icik of Onpn''i f' .ip nU
lri-l,t-ni ! M crt r.nifi- il.
Atmvp(t ti ia iv ti' -Inm ill Jy ( 1 id i:iiier. An JO
p. mi' i rue lliuaiiil ' kht tiiintlrei ami ilf f.-nr
(A-l. H.) aaCf
Al.F.N AM It IIKNItT,
It -M iior of i'liiiail. it.lna.
) liSOHniON TO AUniOIUK TllF.
kT rai :ni.' of Wat ii a t .t. In ti Kirt Wanl.
lit uviil, IW tli'' if I ernl I imimnii Cumcila f
lh- i itv nl 1',. ila.l U 1m. i at :I 1 lin t ntn'ii n.'mr
nf IMt.hwaa It f-r1 1 c it l.f-t l-r jm It rist ani
il'fi ri. il io fcratte, tt tde rt i. h'l i' tiit ai iho
tl i , Witklna mnr'. trnni S.-oith to F,ii;hta at efta,
In the K rni Wan), ni a rout nut rx eiijnaj tJ, anm
of oif limiklit-d n ni nvinlv sl (J ! a.
A l,f Nhl It I Hlt"KH.
l'r aiJet.t oi oaiii4'n i;acif.
WH. r hu t ,
Clerk ol Common Conn- H.
j vtr.s i.rsn.
Prrlrh-nt of H l.-t Co'inotl.
AiMToVil ll.U twl tv fourth tl iv til liiTniiiiwr, Annilt
niKH ono lituiiAiuiJ 1 1 1 hutulri'it ami maiy-f-i ir ( V. li.
AI.KX NIH-.K 11 K MKT.
It M.tv. r o; rjiii.ni. iptiia.
1 K S () I, V T I O N
1 1 'l t l rmiiiifr a ort.iln horn of Anjirnprtatlon to tho
lirinirtnii-nl nf I'a Uvo.
tit t l, I'.v tin- He'rrt n nl ' oiiiinoti C-pinrlla of Iho
Cf y l I'liilmri l;il;ia,1 l' it the City Cn(roi:r he and li" fa
t (-n t.f a .thr l lo tr inst' r ttn mm tt tlfee h'i'iij. i
il-'lifir (rum linn 4 f ihr HiinnpTUtion to ti e I'.illrr Ixt
linnu nt fr the yt'ar In- to Item iMmcult an I iiictilcal
ai!t i tlnnct ).
AI.KX N!KH .1. If KPKIt,
riolU'jnt ol Ctmuujn Cotiuol.
Wii.i.iah K. Svw.i.,
cl i ol t tHinnon Council.
.1 tWM !.Yr.
rronMcnt uf iSelt'ct C m't1.
ArpmveO H i twenty-fnurth liy "f lrct!iitMr, Anno lo
niim one iliuiiBftiia ci, U liuutlit'd and iiiiy-lour A.
ALK ANOKIt lir. If RT,
It JMayorof I'liilaJ-liihla,
HK S O I IT T I O ff
AtithortltiK C' rt itn Trarnfc-r" in the Appropriates
to the I, aw J) parnn nt ft the or IH'4.
ICunolvetl, lit the Mclt-rt ami Ciminun OnnncMa of tho
t o' I'lilladeiiihia. 1 hat the City !uitmller in l.orrbf
Hiitliorlt d to tutrix for in m Itein'i (ailvertUina; llua) vo
Itt in B (papfr ttcoki atol iiiat a) tinee hunir(Mi d iiiara,
and from ll.e faiiie Item to Item U fhlanli IhhAi and ata-
ttoiiMy ), one liiiritlri d dollar", of an onlm m a to make an
anu opria'mn to tlie Law Di partment lor Lbe vaar 144.
pprtiveu iieccuintr it. i-v-i
AI,X ANIrKR J. HlRMHfl,
I'lcliinut of (Amiuuii CoumJl,
Ahraii VM R I KWAHT,
Anaitaut i .otk. of Common Ooanrf .
JAM I'.H l,YN,
Preslflfnt nf Ho loot Council.
AnnroTril thta twinty-tonnh ihv ot lcremb r. Anna
rtfiTirni one thouaanO eiuht hundred and ai&tr-lour (A. 1.
Jl Appnmi-r tha Huretiei of tha lteeclver of Taxoa
lu-atilvod Ity the Selert and I'ommnn cotinolla of mm
Otiy ut I'hllatiHi.hla. lnat YVUHi.ni J. Hhhin, Thomaa
w. itio. anu v ni'nm ii. mtii a- neruny apprntea aa
the hiirtita ot Charlea O NeiiL Kecnltorof Taxe elect,
and the h lei tor dh ect d to draw a bond wlttt warrant
nl nttnrne for anid pari ten to eaecnti-, and to ctuaea
mil tme ni to na enierva tuerunn; ani ino poiiettnr ia
auihonzcd to flieeernticate of record that tho Hen of tbo
iiHlanicnt auairat i tiotuaa w. t rice aha ll onlr out-ata mm
and aKfllnni the lota of Krmird wlinreon are coded honhua
nnji.lM-rcd Ih)!i Mount V rnon atn-t and '102 Itrandy wlnn
artt. 'Ike lien of tha ju.tKOifnt eajAlnat YTiHiaia 11.
Kern oneii only operate on ana airainat the lot oi irrouun
t hereon la rented tlio ho uao and a tore uumheicd Ilia)
C'heanut a tri e U
fruilticn: uf Com won Couuoll.
Asijtant Cletk of Common Conn till.
Prealdent of 4eict Council..
AmroTP1 thla twt'nty-fnurth dar of l)ecmhr. Anno
!itn nt oni- Aoubiuid eight hundraU and aiat-lbur
Ahr.AAnr.it it rin HT ,
It Mavor otruiladulplila.
AN O 11 1) I N A N C K
In nuike and Antironrlat oti to the Clorki and Metaen-
Kern of H h-ct and Coiuuion Couik11) lor extra aervicej for
the y ar lwit.
Hf ilon I . The Select and Common Cnuneila of the Oltr
ot fhiiDtlWphla do ord ln,Thul the um of at-ven hu it it red
dollnra bo and tin1 aniLe U hert'hy appicprlited to pay tho
cleiki and ines.'-ensirra fr extra anrvlcrtt fur the yoar
ToBenianiln H. namea, wllltam T, Hmalt. Ahrahatn
SU'Vvarl, lioln-it Hrthi'll, I hoaas Ma-.Mcy, .lauifa .muoer
man. am: Churl M. Cai pouter. ;ach tlit enm of one hnn-dn-d
doliant (ceven himilrcd dollars i for extra eervlcea for
tle voar lm.4, and wairantR tticrofor shall be drawn bv tna
Clerk ol Councils lu coi-iormlty with eiatlni enIlnuncoa
ai.r,A Atinr.tt a. siicam,
rrshlent of Coiuinon Council.
A lilt AH AM 8TKWAHT,
Anftulaut Clerk of Common Council.
J A V KS IA MI,
President t.l Hi-lert (Viuncll.
Approved thia twenty-fourth day of lieoeuiber, Aun
1 uirni one t) oueatid ctgiil hiuidted aiuUlxty four (A. i.
H Aiayor ot 1'UiUtleJjtliaa,
To Mckean AnDronr nton to tho Hoard of Ilealtk
for KurnlsbliiK and Etiulpiili g the Municipal Uuapltal.
Pt'ctlun I. Tne Hi-K-t t and '.'ommoii CouncU ol iJieCltr
ot I'hiladelphla do ordain. I'hut the aura of five thousand
ooiarateana tne aame ia nvreoy appropriaiea hi tno
Board ot llt-aiili lor the purpose of ptoti.liiiu the nepeaaar
tnrnliurv ami (ijuipmcnu tor ihe Muult ipal Hospltat, oovt
n ttrtv comp'et d. In auch mai.ner aa mar be doomed ay
bv aald Imam nioht conducive to the ctuufort and roeovarr
of the patlcnta who may ho admitted luto aa d botpltal.
ai.d mat warrenih rr cat a at proriannn tnan neurawu
by the Jioard ot U aith, In lonitirutitj wltb exlstlpg ordi
naiicua. AI.KX ANDKR J. HAKrKPl.
1'ri'aldent ot Commou Council.
Wm. F. Small,
Clurk of Common Counoll.
Pre nld en t of HehtOounral.
Approved tills twenty fourth ily of December, Anno
nonmilotie thouaatid iiltt hundred aud alaty-four (A. ,
. ALF.XANIKR HKNRr,
' It Mavorol rinladelptila.
To Create a Loan for the Further F.xtenaioa of Ue
Philadelphia ua Worfca.
h'ctku I. Tbe brlect and rommon Connrlla of tho
of 'rilta:eli.hla do ordain. That tor the pui pee of enaliimx
the 'I run it-en ot the rhiiilel(l.U Claa Work 1 1 enlarge and
extend said worka,t nmvt the h. creating wauti of tha
t iiieui lor gae llKht. the ilayor ol the Clybe and he la
reruby authorized to borrow, on the r ralit or tlie cori ora
tion, al a miaul luien-ai not eaceudiiiM aix iriaiituai oer
annum, audi autiuof money at ih Triintet ot the liaa
V orkn may reigulr'. im t-xo'dinir oua mil Ion of dollar;
and, without niulriiiv tha pavim-nt of any money therefor
the City 1 reai urer in kerchy t moowered ai d dinctad, on
the rttimUition of the Trtia'.nca of tint 1'h Lidolphla Uaa
YY(Tke. to 1 aae eett Ih'tites of lo in ol the t-liy t I'titU'iel
phla. In au b amounts ami to Mich partu s aa they ahull
dt "innate, Dot eict-eiihiK tid num, whlt h nhaJl be aot'lied
to iht- I'Hsnii'iil ol ob it'loiia tlmtiuayba tne-.rred in Uia
(Uitirn int-iii und lui-rt-'a of thu worka, malna, aervtco
pit.e-, meters, and flitu i'R. an 1 to rarry ou he tia Wort a
In their charge, and In ihe manui.ietiire and dlatnliiiUon o
tiaa; nnd any premium ihnt tuay b rerelvd by the sa d
'I runlet i. on tne amount no Ooirovrcd shall he p!a d t tbo
cudit uf tl.e ( ouiinu' nt lu nl of me m tiaa Works, b
ertion'i. The eertlth aft' nf said Iun rhall no of ta
following lorm and d s ripi Inn, ntnirly : "Oa lao No.
li 4'trtltUate Ko .Si '. r Cmt. Loan oi the Citytrl
I'l.ilude.plita Unn Worka, Usned ui d-;r ihe authority of
enoitiiiianceof the I y of I hilailelph a, approved
fill. tied 'An Ordlnaner tr t.'rente a l.ouu for the Kurt iT
Kxti'itS'till of he I'hlittil'plila (ia Yorki,' 1 hia nertl'h-e
that tlure la due to , by the City ot I'hiiade -
plua, iiollura, w Ith liitt'te.t at the rate ot aU per
t- -nt inn p r annum, pavuhle halt )e trly.on the Qr-t daya
pi Jamiai v und Jul v, ut th ottUv of i he City Treasurer, n
tt acitvt.f I'htl-delphia, the priiolp.il to Ik paid t be
said f.ttweon tl 1 at d.ty ot J )v. Anno Itomlul efKhtovn
huuiticd and .'ijthtt-iuur. and not before, wiuiout the imu.
t tit uf th owner thiretjf In witnes w hereof tltuTrea
surt r of the lit v l as hort iintii ael tith hand, and (.'iiuseil tho
till of ihe Citw.f riiilMi' 'Iphiu t he ai!U d. tho -- dny f
, lh , and t). Ct'utroilci ha att.vd th same ou the
li .d tli. and )ar. ni
" K'Atsi ; . r'ly VntnJfer.
,Civ Tre ia;iror."
Tl.a amal v. rtincutes nhall not t untu n any ira''iaA
nr : e nf cn- huinlred tlollHn,und iltittl ue traufeleruble t
.,v (ifiuc ot tl e city 'I r unn-r.
Su t'onl. Tmit the aald Trnteea ahall, on or bef 10,
,iii' unr-y in in j in s Hitn. . ........ - - .rj ,
June, in ey.ryyv.ir. until th-said loan la p ii J, rte not i.w.rw poaatU
it tl.e-r rtttl, ta l r the -alt- Ot ua i.nd Mner urodin 4 J't"1 1 1
j i, & ..... .i iu, U.rU Him una ni Am r liar if nil m
au . mil ,f r:d loan, for wi.ii ti certillca e may hava h
i-sbi-d whi' h Hit-y Khi.ii pay tn ir.e cny iho"""
. i. . .i ... ..i- . t 1 1, i.r. ...flu ihr mv lilt' t .A
.ntrViuniheshid:.&na the ibih vmy fall due propoaal alum d be anu
no i t..er l u po.e whatever; ami the reuivmnit (im toouaaud duliaia, i
ituuim H a l he paid over by tha said ."reaoaT pernona, uarantf-inf thai
Ctioiiiai-utrkB.f thu Sinkiiii' Fund, who ah. . for tha roata mentloied In
i no, hid c. ymulallciit. tn the lnan to ln. the co-rart wig
Work-, or In t.tNr lnauso' the ''trandg'"-'
aaasliiiiiifc fund, which la htfrby apucif- m oocdafc. W.Hi Ua Uriua
the payment ft iliv aaid loan ; and any ajy . M1 . I
atier thu i.aimcnt of said !o'i stall .da roquftr4 WlU ba M Mam I.-'
i.i.ir.;uerii..r the Niukliiu Fund .11 l,'f
aui'hmeit tf ihe fthr Inane to C j
it am : .,11.1 r lue oi Uie fuudud dtA. g
ladili hia. ..m evidence of
AT-I''X aad yaaaoat odwod aa aooanty
( meat bo andoreod "Propoaala fcr Army Tn
,'km iusu ho.l, t. or Taa the aaa. am..
W 1I.I1AW K. flMAl.
t'Urk ol i-'itUf,,
be ontartaiawl naleaa tney ren o. .
. - ib. . a A rt aai.MMna t.
auLTi'SES awaTrt. a7. m.d. -t M r,ar.
Approv.ll llils tw .aanltacia an. B.4 si" wiairatt a.
I.ciuil i Ihoii.a' u.faitliful rwalict Ik, sausa.
A I . V. J i . .y m uadasabl.et lo Ua aparDTBl sc
ia. i. laDiracils wia ue , " ,t riikt ia rurvud W ri
OuarlMlnaslar Oaaaral. bat IBa na ss naanriMi
It I aa. a, all !!. Ual aiar . t. ,k.
Jf.' aV ar SB Ua tatall. ml Forta L
!, ,B ?naTi?iV ,U. laai r k.
7. JsB l-7 J w aaasaaaalMlaa WIU
lr.l. alacl... .
la.cl.j lo. .
at waiea la7 asJ
aid for the traaaaat
aSjoar. aluuglaf, or
loyal y aad
n. c. notxi"
Oasi. aa a, i. at.. 0.
poa aAL.-TO teiktbiw-imi
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