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lawed; recalled almost immediately, and pla
ced at the head of the army sent out to oppose
him; then (in April 1829,)made Secretary of
War and Cummander-in-Chicf of the army;
in that capacity repelling and conquering the
ill-digested Spanish invasion under Barradas;
soon after, driven from office with the Pres-
Went Guerrero; again in arms, driving Bus
tamenta from power; then succeeding to the
Presidency of the Republic, and, whilst pres
ident, ip.the midst of a successful military
career, beaten, captured, and held prisoner
by the Texans; released by them, repairing
to Washington, and sent home in a public
vessel of the U. S. there coldly and repul
sively received; retiring to his farm for two
years; called from it to head an army to re
sist the invasion of the Mexican territory by
the forces of France; in agallant sally, losing
his leg, and almost his life; and hey, presto!
by another sudden revolution of things, again
President, and in effect Dictator of the Mex
On the 21 st ult. by the. Rev. HenryAurand,
Mr. Samuel Oilier, to Miss Catharine Bear,
both of Westpennsborough township
i' On Thursday last by the same, Mr .Philip
S trine,' of Ohio, to Miss Elizabeth Eshelman,
of Silver Spring township.
4 On Thursday last by the same, Mr. John
Xeisle;/, I .umber Merchant of Dauphin Co.
to Mias Rebecca, youngest daughter of Mr.
i Suddenly, on the sth inst. Mr. Tf'Vliarn
Duncan, of Suuthampton township,
v At Mercersburg, Franklin county, on the
20th ult. JaneD. Lane,, eldest sister of the
Hon. James’ Buchanan, and late the wife of
Elliot T. Lane, of that place,
i On Saturday everting last, in this Borough,
of a protracted illness, Mr. John Wightman,
printer, in the 42d year of his age.
. In this Borough, on the 22d ult. Mrs.
Mary Speck, consort of Dr. Joseph Speck,
aged about'4s years.
(torn Meal, .
The members of. the Ist Battalion Cumber*
land Volunteers and others*, arc respectfully in
vited to attend a meeting at the public house of
Maj. Jacob Hehrar, on Saturday evening next,
Co take consideration the subjectmf lender,
jug the services of the Battalion to the President
of the United. Stales.
W. FOU'LK, U. Col. Commd’g.
R. A. Nodlk, Adjutant.
March 11, 1839.
THE subscribers respectfully inform the citi
zens of Carlisle ami its vicinity, that they
have purchase*!] the entire stock of John Thomp
son, and intend to carry on the
• ‘ SOOT AND SHOE
in all its various branches, at the old stand In
West -High sL, next doog to the'Pdst Office,
where'they are prepared to manufacture to or
der all kjnds of 800 TS and SHOES, ot the
best materials and in a workman-like manner.
They will regularly receive and strictly fol
low up the latest citv* fashions. ' .
They hope by strict attention to business to
merit and receive a libera) share of public pa
MILLER & MALOY.
Carlisle* Afarch 14, 1839. if
DR. JOHBTJ. MYERS,
FJFpHMS his friends ahd.the pubhc, that he
has resumed the duties of his profession, and
will give his undivided attention to the practice
of its several branches.
:Hi» office is in the stone house adjoining his
drug Store and one door from the Post Office.
Carlisle, Feb.. 28., 1839, . .. Sm
. j. iREEn, ■
BEING relieved from the duties of his late
office'ns'Judge, proposes to resume the
practice of Law at Carlisle, Pennsylvania.
He tenders his-services to. ALL who may
think it their interest-,to employ .him. ,
\ Hit office, is in his own house,’ opposite the
• College Campus. .Lt , ’ ... ;
. The Law school under his care, will be contin
ued—and he hopes to-be able to bestow upon it
morelnninterroped attention.. ~ , :
'.Carlisle, Feb. 28,1839.- 6t
. '-NrOtice,' . ’ ....
.. The creditors of Samuel Redett, deceased;
late of Shippensburg, will take' notice that
the subscriber has been appointed an Audi
tor by, ti>e Orphan?’ Court of Cumberland
counts, to detUe' and adjust the rates and
nroportioqs of the.assets in thehands of Ba-
Kenower, Administrator de bonis non,
jot said deceased, to and amongat said cred
itors—and that he will Wat hiS'office in the
borough of Carlisle for skid purpose on Mon
day the 32d of April. ' '
aay “ - ; HUGH gaullacher.
Carlisle, March /j IBSp. . 4t
Pursuant.to the provisions.of the 2d section of
tile act of the General Assembly of this Com
monwealth, entitled, “An act to establish a gen
e’ral system of Common Schools,” passed the Ist
day of April 1834, I hereby give notice to all the
citizens in the several School Districts in the
county of Cumberland, to meet in their respec
tive townships and boroughs, at the places where
t hey hold their elections for Supervisors, Town
.Council, and Com tables, on the Third Friday
and \sth day of -I torch inrt. then and there .elect
two citizens of each School District,~fo serve
three years as-School Directors of said Districts
respectively! which elections are to be conduct
ed and held in the same mannec as elections for
Supervisors and Constables arc by law held and
WHEREAS the Hnn. John Reed, the
then President Judge of the Court of
Common Pleas of the counties of,Cumberland*
Jum-ua and Perry, and the Hon. John Stuart
and John Lefevre, Judgea of the said Court of
Common Pleas of the county of Cumberland,
have Issued their precept bearing date the 2 1st
day nf January, 1839, add to me directed, for
holding a Court of Oyer am! Terminer, and
General Jail Delivery, and General Quarter
Sessions of the Peace, at Carlisle on the second
Monday of April, 1839, (being the Bth day,) at
10 o’clock in the forenoon.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
to the Coroner, Justices of the Peace, and Con
stables of the stycl county of Cumberland, that
they he then and there in their proper person
with their Records, Inquisitions, 'Examinations
and other .'Remembrances, to do those things
which to tfieir offices respectively appertain.—
And those who are, bnutid by recognizances to
pio<ecute against the prisoners that arc, or then
may be, in the Jail of Cumberland county, to be
then and there to prosecute against them as shall,
Dated at Carlisle, the 7th day of March,
1839 j and the 63 year of American Independ
; i To Bridge Builders.
The Commissioners ofCumberland Coun
> ty, will receive Proposals at the house of
John Cornmiin innkeeper, in the Borough of
Carlisle, on Friday the 12th of April next,
between 9 o’clock in the forenoUn and 2 o’-
clock in the afternoon, for the erection of a
good and substantial Wooden Bridge, across
.the Conodoguinet Creek at the place where
the state road from Landisburg to Carlisle,
by way of . Waggoner’s Gap said
cre e k,J n t hc_ toon ship of North Middleton,
of the following dimensions, to wit: To
contain in length from one abutment to the
other ISO feet, & 16 leet wide in the clear,
the abutments to be about ten feet thick each
j or more if required in a splaying direction,
i with a regular slope, and tp'be eleven feet
, high from the bottom of the creek, from
i whence a wooden arch is to be started and
I to extend across said creek from one abut
[ meht to the other if practicable; if not, there
I shall be two spans of 95 feet long, each sup
ported on good and substantial stone abut
ments & piers, the floor to be double floored
I with two inch plank, the upper floor oak and
•the lower pine; the sides and gable ends to
be sufficiently high to admit covered and
hay wagons to pass through the same, say
twelve and a half feet in the clear, to be
closely weatherboarded and painted red, the
whole to be well roofed'with good white pine
shingles; the whole of the wood work to be
well secured with iron bolts, ready cycs&c.
From the back of the abutment the filling
shall consist of earth and stone, and to be
Well supported with wing walls three feet
high above the filling on ’each side, and to
extend in that manner on the two extreme
sides of the bridge until the filling and wall
ihg shall meet the road with an ascent and
descent not exceeding five degrees elevation
from the road to said bridge; the wood work
to be built of sound and substantial timber;
the stone work of, large good stone, lime and
sand mortar we 1 I pointed. The jparty con
tracting to give such security as Hie Com
missioners may require for the faithful per
formance of the workmanship, and perma
nency of said bridge.
Proposals to be accompanied with a plan.
Should none of the proposals meet the ap
probation of the Commissioners they will on
the same day, between-2 & 5 o’clock in the
afternoon, expose the said bridge to public
sale, and sell the same to the lowest and
• 1 50-
I -PM fa.
' 8 00
JAMES WILLIS, ■) „ .
ROBT. C; STERRETT, I L ? mmis -
JOHN CORNMAN, J stoners
" Attest —John Irwin, Clerk.
By virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni
Exponas to me directed, issued out of the
Court of: Common Pleas of Cumberland
County, will be exposed to Public Sale, at
the Court House, in the borobgh of Carlisle,
on Saturday the 6tk of April Jl, D. 1839,
at. 10 o’clock A. M. the following described
■real estate, to wit; "
A lot of ground situate in the
borough of Carlisle, containing sixty feet in
breadth,, and 120 feet in depth, more or less,
adjoining lots of \>'illiam Alexander on’the
east, Nathan: Woods on the south, "John Ag
new on the west, and Louther streetron the
north,’having thereon .Ejected a two story
Stone House, at wo story Stone Back Build
ing, and a one and a half story Log House.
Seized and taken in execution ns tlie proper
ty of Francis McManus. ■- ■■
Also, a-tract of woodland, sit
uate in North Middleton township,- contain
ing forty acres, 1 more or less, adjoining lands
of James Lambeyton, James Given, and the
Perry county line. Seized and taken in
execution as the property of Johri Clonimain,
‘Add to be sold bymer ‘
JOHN MYERS, Sheriff.
. -Sheriff’s Office, ? ;
Carlisle March V, 1839. S St
JOHN MYERS, Sheriff.
Sheriffs Office, March,.lB39 ,
JOHN MYERS, Sheriff.
txi c an
NO TIC B.
, DELINQUENT COLLECTORS are
hereby notified that unless a final settlement
of their duplicates is made on or before the
Bth day of April next,, measures will then
be taken to compel payment.
By order of the Commissioners, .
Treasurer of Cumberland county.
Treasurer’s Office, J
Carlisle, March 7, 18S9. J St
N. B.—Tavern Licenses granted at' the
last court are .now ready for-delivery.
Mary Black, > Alias Subpoena sur
By her brother and i Divorce; in the Court
next friend, Thos. (of Common Pleas of
Fraily, ? CumbeVland co,, No.
vs. \l7 of January Term,
John Black, j 1839.
Return having been made by the Sheriff
in this case, that the defendant John Black
was not to be found in his bailiwick; now to
wit, 16th January, 1839, the said Court or
dered and decreed that publication should
be made by me requiring the said defendant
to be and appear in the Court aforesaid, at
Carlisle bn Monday the Bth day. of April
next, to answer to the complaint of the said
Mary Black, &c.
Whereupon I do hereby give notice and
require the said John Black to be and appear
at Carlisle as aforesaid, on the day aforesaid,
to answer the complaint of the said Mary
Black, aforesaid, &c.
JOHN MYERS, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, J
Carlisle, March 7, 1839.5 5t •
Dissolution of Partnership.
The co-partnership heretofore existing in
the iron business, under the firm of Henry
G. Mosser & Co. was dissolved on the 19th
day of January last, by mutual consent. All.
persons indebted, as well as those having
claims, will call on Henry G. Mosser, in
whose hands the books and accounts are left,
and who is authorized to make payments.
HENRY G. MOSSER,
JACOB WEAVER, •
Liberty Forge, near Lisburn, .Cum. co.
March 7, 1839. 3t
N. B.—The business is continued at the
the same place, by H. G. Mosserand Jacob
LIST OF LETTERS
Remaining in the Post Office at Carlisle ,
Pa. March Ist, 1839., Enquirers tvill
please say advertised .
£L Laman Easter
Abrahams Elias Lucid Wjn
Alter Jacob /'Lechler Mary
Anderson Thomas Esq 3MC
Abrahams Sarab - -Monroe Margaret
Aurand Maria L Millar Samuel
My ers George - -
Baker William Morrison Mary
Butcher Joseph MalltAgcr Levi
Bitzer Samuel Mcssersmith Phillip
Barnhart John • _ Miller-William HS
Blosicr Henry Marinin Richard
BeltzhooverGeorgeoiO Moore John (of.Wm)
Andrew Gross 3 Myers Nancy
Bosserman E 2 Mncl'elle Susan
Brown Julian Mitchell Win
Brown William . Mounts Adam
Bell Sarah Matson Peter
Baker Jacob Main Catharine
Beelmnn Jacob Me
Reetem James McGough James
Bailey Susan Mclntire Elizabeth M
I O * McGinly Edws rd
Carothers Armstrong McCormick George
Crall Wnror Samuel JT
Carothers John N Human Henry
Cairns Hariet p
C raver Mary Parker Rev Joseph
Cairns Harriet Patten Joseph W .
Caloeu Frederick Pool l)avid
Crothers John Park Jsaa A
Cormony John Phillips A H
D Porter Robert D
Davidson John W R
Daron DanF „ Royer Thiapa
Dunning Ephraim T Ream John 2
Eckhort Jacob Rowncy William
Ernest George —Riclor-Mary
Ebersole Btfnjamin , Rhoads Rev John #
Ensminger Samuel., ? Hugh Peter
Everly Hcnery S
Jp .Shaffer John
Fulton Jane Sterrett David
Fields Elizabeth Steel Mary
Frieze Michael Stevens George T
Fields Sarah Sheaffer David
_ Seitz Joseph
Guycr Casper B Spottswond-Harrict
Gray John Stewart Elizabeth
.Goodyear Abraham 2 Stehman Jacob
(look! Christian Seller John ...
Gorrell Aim Sellers Johann
Graham Isaac Stinacker Jacob
H U ,
Horr Andrew Uhler Elizabeth
Hershe Jacob Ulrich Nicholas
HofFer Daniel Uhler Sarah
Holbert Joseph Underwood Mr (Editor)
Hogendobler Joseph "XT
Hunter Thomas H Venasdlen Isaac
Hawley .Andrew • ■; 1 W
Harder. John Wincgop H
.3 . Windemnker Jacob ,
Johnston John H * Weibley J C '
Jackson Mary Ann Walker Eliza
K Wood worth' Francis M
Kenyon Sami M Wortzbaugher William
Kelley Robert Wernz Charles . ,
Kern George. 'Williamson H
Kuntz William Weaver Jacob 2
Keller William ■ Williamson Col James J
KnisleyvFredk Weitsbach John
KofTman Charlott Wert David
Xi Williams Josiah
Light Henry or Mr ?—WolfDaniel- ■- —-
Breniser 5 .Weaver James ■
Lechlar Henry JB
Leonhart Daniel Zeiglcr Samuel
R. LAmBERTON tVM.
Estate of Robert McGlaughlin, deceased.
IS hereby'given that letters testamentary on
the will and testament of Robert McGlaugh
lin/late of the'borbngH of-Newville, deceased,'
have been issued to the subscriber by the Reg
ister of Cumberland county—he therefore re
quests those indebted to’said decedent, to call on
him at his residence in the said borough of New
ville, and make settlemant and payment without
delay—and those having claims against said es
tate to present them duly authenticated (or set
tlement. : -
WILLIAM BARR, ,Exeeufer.
Kewville, Feb. 21, 1839, fit
Poor House Statement for the year ISSS.
David Emminger, Abraham Waggoner and John Dunlap, Esquires, Directors of the Poor und.of the
House of Employment of Cumberland county, in account with said county, frofti the ,
Ist, day of January to the 31st day of lB3B, inclusive, viz; j
j - CR -
To amount duo institution at settlement in 1837, by J. Lou- By purcliase money and .for deed for 14 acres and two
don, Esq. Treasurer, 8 17 72J perches of land, 8 120 89
Do. received of Franklin county for support of paupers, 482 04 Funeral expenses for out-door paupers, • - 44 30
Do. do of York county for' do 175 00 . Plaster and potatoes, “ 199 87!
Do. 'do of Perry county for do 83 134 Blacksmith work, 50 66
Do. do of Philadelphia"city for do 35 25 Medical attendance for out door paupers, 26 25
Do. do of Lancaster county for • ' 30 00 Beef, 17 764
Do. do for damage done to sheep, 75 00 Shoemaking and hatting, 104 994
Do. do of A-. Ramsey and R. Snodgrass, Esqs. for Support of out door paupers • 149 404
blank indentures, &c. 16 57J Printing, 49 00
of Isaac Angney forsupport of R. Robinson, 25 00 Tailoring and Weaving, 89 314
of R. Snodgrass, in part, for support of A. Justice and constable tees, 136.484
M’Cartncy, 12 00 Groceries, merchandize, drugs, hardware, cloathing,
of Miss Massy for support of E. Handson, 500 bedding and part improvements,
of A. Blair, D. Shrom, J. Shroin & B. Kutz, Farming utensils, tools and-coopering,
for hides and skins, 114 36 Leather,
of D. Rcisinger and others for lard & tallow, 83 774 Sundrys for kitchen and house, expenses in waggon
of dec’ll paupers and pension of M. Mitchell, 42 294 ing & settling with other counties, and postage,
for'Sibenan apples and cider press hire, 714 M. Pishburn, Steward and matron salary, hirelings,
for flaxseed and fish nets, 9 124 butchering, farming, clerking &c. tor one year,
for working on public roads, 19 50 Treasurer’s salary, James-Loudon E^q.
for fines, shoemaking and old iron, 14 014 Attorneys fees,
for onions and red beets, " 3 124 Director R. M’Cunc Esq., for extra-services for one
for hauling, &, c * ' 8 284 year, _
from County Treasury, 6000 00 Director D. Emminger Esq., for extra services for
Director Abraham Waggoner Esq., for extra services
for one year, . ’ 21 00
Dr. J. Baughman for one year fiftwry, 130 00
Firewood and coal, W ' ' 45 45
Stock, . / 804 65 *
Grain and grinding, 999-594
Munster stove, 48 25-
Road taxes, 15 .00
Materials, improvements and post and rail fences, r 340- 014
Slock on Farm Ist January, 1839.
5 head of horses, 26 head of horned cattle, 5 .breeding
sows, 53 shoats, 29 sheep. Farming Utensils.—2 nar
row wheeled wagons, 1 wagon bed, 1 pair wood ladders, 2
pair hay ladders, 1 dearborn and harness,! cart with gears,
3 ploughs, 3 harrows, 1 roller, 7 wheelbarrows, 1 winnow
ing mill, 1 scoop, 3 log chains, 6 set of wagon geers, 4
set of plough geers, 2 shovel harrows, 2 flaxhrakes, 2 set
carpenter tools, 1 set butchering tools, and a variety of
axes, shovels. Spades, grubbing hoes,-digging irons, single
trees, double trees, scythes, cradles, forks, rakes, &c.
To balance due county, by Treasurer,
JAMES LOUDON, Esq'. Treasurer of the Poor House and Hous
the said Institution from the Ist day ofjanua
To amount due at last settlement, 1 7
To amount received from county Treasurer, 6000 00
Amount received of M. Fishburn steward from differ
ent sources a? exhibited in the foregoing statement,
- - i-)
To balance duc'lnstitution,
' Schedule showing proceeds of farm in 1838. , ;
725 bushels of wheat. 135 of corn, 735 of oats, 105 of potatoes. 2i of timothy seed, li of cloverseed, 8' I°o
of beets, 8 of parsnips, 135 of winter apples, 36 of onions, 2 of seed onions, 2 of peas. !8i of dryed apples, 11 of dryed UO
gallons of apple butter, 52 loads of hay, 10 of cornfodder. 525 heads of cabbage, 550 cucumber pickels. 19 barrels of good and water
ciuer, f or un aert: or flax* ■■ ■ ■ - •
See/, pork, mutton and veal, fattened and killed on farm in 1838. ~
24 beeves, .weight 11773 lbs. 46 hogs, weight 6413 lbs. 23 sheep, weight 1043 lbs. 16 calves, weight 848 lbs. whole amount weight
20077 lbs. ; ? .
There was also made and manufactured in the House taid Shop
267 yards of tow & flax linen, 51 i yards of bagging. 90 yards of flannc.l 31i yards of ruggs. 198 shirts and chemise, 75 calico, frocks,
67 pair of summer pantaloons, 102 pair of knitted stockings, 65 pair of footed stockings, 9 petticoats, 65 sheets 56 aprons, 18 chaff
bags, 4% caps. 131 feather pillow slips and bolsters, 3190 dipped and moulded candles, 37 comforts. *
6 1 K ■ MICHAEL FISHBURN, Steward. /
MARGARET FIBHBURN, Matron.
The Directors of the Poor, $-c. of said County annex the following exhibit of extra tabor, fyc. performed by the Steward, Matron and
Paupers, from the Ist day of January-, to the Slst day of December 1838, as follows, viz: _ . -
Filled up and leveled one acre of a pond 12 inches deep for meadow, made a flowerhotfSe and toolhouse, 2- cabbitis in the hospitals for
close stools, 20 coffins, 9 large and 20 small benches 1 pannel door, 7 small windows, made and nailed 44 pannel of pailing fence,
made 3 small and 1 large gates, made 1 rack to feed sheep, made 1 wheelbarrow wheel, made 1 small library case, made 22 spitting
boxes, made 18 pot lids, made 2 rakes, glaized the Poor House and Dwelling,' cut 80 loads of wood, made 700 now rails, made 10
hickory' brooms, and a variety of other articles made & repaired, made 3-roundabouts, made 40 pair woolen pantaloons, made. 29 vests,
boiled 30 barrels soft soap, made 143 lbs. hard soap, colored all the wool and yarn.
The number of paupers in the Institution lst January 1838, (of which 17 were colored,)
Whole number admitted up to the 31st of December 1838 inclusive, (of'which 29 were colored and 9 out door paupers
admitted at short periods,
Making the whole number through the year,
Of which 2Qjlied, 3 children bound out, 192 discharged and runaway,
Leaving the number of paupers in ihehouse Ist January 1839,
Out door paupers supported at public expense through the year,
Whole number supported Ist January 1839,
WE the Directors of the Door and of the House, of “Employment
of Cumberland county, certify the above and foregoing statement
to contain a just and true exhibit of the affairs of the Institution,
during the period above stated according to the best of ouf -know
ledge. Given under our hands this Ist day of January 1839.
DAVID EMMINGER. 1 -
ABRAHAM WAGGONER, Directors.
JOHN DUNLAP. J
Hr H Rhaiiffh SIX CENTS REWARD* STATEMENT
M.lli pailgn, —, ■' Runaway from the subscribe? '
STOOEON DENTIST. Raiding in the borough of Me- CommOn Sohool Appropriation.
Will return to Carlisle about the 20th of jV chataicsbUrg, on the «stfi ult.an f|UEtain the Slate to the different district,
the present month, and tiiaybe consulted 71* indented apprentice to the -BtocA- JLPofCumbcrland county, for the school year
professionally at Col. Fcrrce’s Hotel, as u- smithing business', named E- * , . ■
hual, for a'abort time.; LOWMAN. Said' AHern - , 9V*#
March T, 1839. - 3t runaway had bn when he left a blue frock D; c kj nson| 328 88
'• ■ ~' ——- coat, drab pantd and a gond black fur hat— Bast pennabonnigh, 29328
Auaiior S es high and stoop shouldered. All persons eo 82
Theunderaigiied having been appointed arecatltinned againt harboring said boy.'*— Mifflin 19163
Auditor by the Orphans’.Court of Curiiber- Any person returning him to mo shall je- Monroe, 199 40
land county, to-Marthal and distribute the celve the above rewarai but no additionai- Newton, ■•'.'* 188 3d
assets of the estate of Andrew Bodeh, Esd., charges. . ./THOMAS HARRIS. ' Newvilte, ■ ;
late of the bdroilgh of Carlisle, deceased, m March 7, iBs&. -3t ■ North Middlelpn, ■ '3.83
the hands of John JLehn, Administrator of —— —.. . ..." ; |?“ l e h r^'^ ton - : - rr;- ssa 89
said estate, will meet for that purpose at the CANDLES. Shippensbui-g borough, ■ J92f28
public house of Major Jacob Rehrar, in said wMifei d.i>WHv.H. toe an hand a..fcw boxes- Shippenslmig township, : 38/13
borough, on ;Thursday .the 28tb of March X’prime Caaffleis which they willsell loir. ', Southampton, , . . JS&JB
instant, tvhenand wherethecreditora of .... \ttAau.TO» & Grieb. West Peansboroogh, ■, ■ Ssf : Q2
said deceased, are required to UtttjaJ and March ?* , '' /' 83914 as
present their claims. ;/ ~— ..‘ M 5 .1 ’ . ... . Rv order of the Commissioners. :
JOHN IRWINi Editor. .. CARD.—JtmoE Reed willdehver a lec- J ... .JOIIKIRWIK. Clerk.
March 7, 1839. ‘ f 3t ; tare in the Srioon
Balance due county Ist Jan. 1839 by Treasurer,
of Employment of 'said County, in account with the Directors. <f
<to the SI st of December 1838, inclusive, viz:
By cash paid on Directors orders as Stated above.
Balance due Institution by Treasurer,
WE ihe Auditors of Cumberland county do certify, that having
examined the accounts and vouchers of the Directors of the Poor
and House of Employment of said county, from, the Ist day.of Jan
uary to the 31st of December, 1838, inclusive, do tod unbalance
due said county by the Directors of said Institution of one hundred
and 'fifty-four dollars and seventy-one cents; and we also certify
that we find a balance due by James Loudon Treasurer of said In
stitution, during said term, to the Directors thereof, amounting to
one thousand and fifty-four dollars'and seventy-one cents, allof
which is particularly set forth in the above stated,accounts.' Given
under our hands this 26th day of January 1839. ■
WILLIAM LUSK., 1
GEORGE M. GRAHAM, [Auditors.