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Ittipter stisilkwas cast overboard. and all hands cornpo- - . ..,....e. ODD FILLOWS.—The : , ist. .o notices a law ; : ''. BlMrs sik Lys.
,I,t e of ndr In of..Xisndittior4tonas --
lied ,Paeroselves, in the best temper possible ' w ith r jih '.
_hat been brought i.; the ':
radian l'arliame - '
shims:lolm, each other, and all the world, Boniface r '- • i1 .. - - : -. .. 1.• if-- ...-, ... ::_e•t._ i a iii tthetstsgrie ' eitar A
whiarsniestenatne'atnnuaiationaa taw Oruer of 'r . ,
aotiacepted• . . he Lo to' a so ri . toil, witshe expose*putii*
Two hours and a half afterwards, the stale brought Foilrvat ilabit Province. , The le* i , a kia:li:lg of 0 i le ti art . /taus a t city o lrittsitsg-gh/ent M
'pier Grimes' for tea. For some time, the dinner government. The Canadian pm ' 4is generally i+ i i*Y 2* day - itor N - enti t r, A. 0..1943011.,fi1t (re**.
arrangements had not affected the appetites of -the vor of the Odd FelloWs, and a eunisient. hope is expeaSa ' .': 'A.° '-- 'fit.e:f°l42tv°l • 4 l' ul- • tY' to 'l'll'
v .: i - All the t.:lit, tale. 'merest antl claim of Henry Camp
passengers as it had done at firm, much to the sur-
ea tnat tnetnttatition will be sat:tail.
.oeputations Eiteibilil, of in and to, the folio vlng delerilled property ,
prise of the landlord and "agent," and not a little to his
—i 0— . - at all /hal ccit o oon piece of du:Mod *it toaldbi 30.-Ihte„city _
rggirs•-•-igwelseelyerli,,i,o,..4ooe.,,er. hi.., toests,oteettiej
__gone to Killptolli to . dX - pbaill itlSlMlUMMeleletllma -works- , , , _ _
at Anegnetty , WI a.; i.tt No. ad, in the plan or Al Tegheny
=ore it:leaned to laugh than to est, and finally left the ble nature. .- 'root' am' eX stilling Lt fro at et , l Ohio - streetffi 0 feeta nil
labia after having taken only one Cop a piece - - with- . .., in depth to Gay all, 210 feet. •• Also," all that certain
"UM" in proportion. The rlß - t.rfhte Mottles bilt7, [comnesictren.s petze ,t'4l. i.ia I *au Ile lin the, city of htlstiorglt,estend I
before they moved on, Wills great reellituont of Gtitnei i A LITTLE TOO BAD.—We see by a letter to a g•mtle- Ittgla fro it ea Fill tli ill feet 43 toret 6 latches. and In deptt
and the-coterie in his bar room, to whom one of the ' ran, i., Allegheny city, front a friend, a Lltiolor,o, now anon, 163 feet; cm which IS erect d tile -Perrest Douse
passengers... .FrJ allecitht. ..#"' Amw 'g th e ' s° w4. ' h"d "':itojritoming in the wilds of Michirn, that for the last aAd Other IMlltllingt; taht..lo. or piece - of itioupd-lalgaßk
itor 02 a cottntry paper. i , sail !ct to Alt Ati t taal• tteuatd 4EII of .1-42.50. drise4
, two months he t..tsbeen living on coons; this . is really ' 011.1 liken In etccuthe as tote property of the said Henry
OrtillPerriOtt nitwit - fag, the *hole story appeared in
Cain p'iet I, at the suit of Davis 4 Ci It mplon.
gnat, with names places and all, detailed with much toil had; coro,4l•e awore that the Loctifueus have, fur the :
o• • •
Pahltitndilfflicii7'tntislitcaolitLl!le_ttier, who most pea. last twayears, been Fliitit.ing coons in every di e an,
An ! .
, •., • t he right , !inc.-Interest and, clam no of Atomita T.
pie tboughtleriells-ebtnrt ns meth of the %virile matter hut to co.nreenee eating_th them literally, it carrying the
Agar, of in and te, tite fiatnirvlno l desevibed peicror °Par
luileF,tickly, had putidto the form of a ltandhili, to oor joke a little too fat. , .
-. .., I tel of land, to wl:: Part ot,a tract or laid called -Zerge,"
threffiSE Which wero circulated among the passengers' . . , „i t , - .k .: E L , ia. r ..e i %Unwed in 1 dlaiia Township, & llegheny County; in
in - stare , ..()f course Oc.revslcescioti became awars I C° . L" '7 l '. ' 1 " " . " ."•7 Coed`''''. ;• * Cu nain.thatalsl3.slrict No. 127. fteginaing at Petri:reek.
.of a ct. si ,a,r . /1 not centoro . aosin to.eboat. the pas. A committeri;. ' of,. the friend j. of (.%(.iluitel du . nrunna, in t lit:lice North 2} West 117 perches to a post, then :a giortn
se eriout of.ilieir dinner, when they consented to cat i phil u jelphi.a, laselylayitid conaModoro Elliot to.tn?o B7l degrees, East 197 perches to the tine of 'arid -ol T.
1 Cra not to; thence Sontii 23 degrees. West 22 perches to '
1 0L--•:4 11 514 1 4PE :er " tAVt° °F thret i iltt°°° 8- I lk r eir, ' thsl I the brult-.r on hiA:nrival in that city.. 'f ho Curnmod too 1 , ,
p, , thence
al im iro . e ariiit oil the lam' of sail Cru u on
alrlit i Ohleetakipiot4ovuutti optuse iodine with hint. and.; , -
aKes the fiillorri ng Characteristic reply:
_uld:COM3 at tholostr. t',i.tally ha abando:t• m ike s ` South 37 degrees, West 371 perches, them:, by a Val-
i'lik::,..;erofitlEs.; has Liess of diaing tho sta4;es,ar.d fell I . , • ,Vi r gs r CHESTER., P. Oct. 27,1813, I out Scott 13 degrees. %Jest Si pdrclies to Decr Creek;
baidAis. 43 " wsys, _ ~.- - • , lto :ore Ity 1.1.0 tr Creek to the place of beginning; content
, , l log 59 A ires and 49 perches and allowance more or less.
tc.c.g..ies that road now, get, a comfortalde din- Seised and bike: in eXeeetiali as the 'nape, ty of ine said
aer,tn. good nme, at Parker's, and should the old man Alb alaanil'„ , &ter, et the sail of Taoism, Crusipton.
fael i itkthejaunaar, will have adled, by the way of eittra - A Issi..".
fates a. ',Topic sketch pr. rho. ,stiyilq,- snd doing -at . Ili In.: right, tale, iota, est...atod claim of JAR yes,
JaccuireiCe s, whit ic.hieli our readerslaarts just been made of in and t , t,l.ltt tilt* .viu; desephediat or piece olground,
... , . ...via(her„m4nitivon Ciarkastiee.t.at ttiettTauce of 30 feet.
r !iontliweetwerAly Ifess the Onkel:of Ibis street, thenu:
soottsWeStWardly 6,7Oilt , „7iai'ke - or reel 36 feet, thence by
a 'ine ii irallel with Rim *lrma. 41feet sombeastwaidly •
at , ois lots Nos ItB 3- 189. v6 Asi.) . t t s - plan to lot No. £lO,
thriiee ftiirt - tilnoid tot:ltto7 I fit, 'Neritteasivrardi,t , i 3 fret
to Roos stieet, thence ansittAta street 43 feet to ted's
place of hr. :nonfat; inflated in Thomas. beast's Iran 0: lots
iii rut 'Cownsliip, arremorded . itt.l'taolt N.. 2 page 39.5.
and ofn so hicnaaid piece of grokud 4. erected --....----
Seized an.l taken lit executtotoas the property tattle. said-,
Joh I Pus, at•tbesun of Sam.te' Clark'.
All the right, title, interest and claim of John Sl'Kee.
(carpenter.) or, it, and to, toile certain lot* of ground in
Ites,ove TuO•nilllp, A Ileglieity (.;onuty,. Penna.. being
lots No 4. 939.970,993 tint 994 in the plan of lots called
••Cli ottani" and part of S.ortnel Thompson's plan of the
antolivision of parts of tots Nos. 262 and 263 in the Re.
serve Tract. opposite Pittsburgh: said tote, Nos. 9d9,
and 970, coniatit la front ea Ohio lane 23 feet 4 inches
each, and in depth or length to a 24 foot alley, 137 feet
6 inches. and I/ads:rid lots, Nov. 993 and 991, having the
sam e ext• at in front on Sheffield street, and in depth
in length 133. feet to the same 24 feet atioy, Seised and
taken in ete triton as inn property of the said Joh.;
SVlCee(earpenfer ) at - the mit of Samuel Tho.opson's
- -FOR APAESIDENT,
,Subjer.t. to the decision of
THE DEMUCRATIC SATION.S.L CON.YLITIOV.
Ott - :Deli ,Morning Post.
tpu#Lus k SMITH, EDITORS AND PROPRIETORS
1791. BURGH, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1843
Tire ditor's of the 'Post:
torcinsvc:-1 find in your paper of this morning
the foitiwing statements:
AThese reasons may be sufficient to .deter genuine
Atiatitasen4 from supporting the "Es:-.Grand Master,
both is quite a different thing with the editor of the
Gaiette: Mc, it is known, is a mason. HU attempted
to become an a ntimasonic oricle without even ren.32ine
tisgallegiance to the Lodge.and now th3thdlitiN de
the antimesonic organization in dd" reunty,
why can ho not go back to his old associates with much
m*i. consistency than he could assurne 111 J editorial con
trol of &piper that advocated the &Astra:dna of a s
ciety `Of - which -he was a nicmberl"
Tiru must be aware that there in enough asperity in
editetial controversies when the truth is kept in view,
and that when odious descend to faishoods for the pur
posiOstinjuriag thu character of a cotemporarv, they
rim* themselves liable to tha contempt of the corn
eae:o4; and strike a heavy blow at the resiwetahlity of
oomuatknow that the statements von have made
above have nu foundation in fact. You cannot but
knew that it has been repeatedly stated by me in the
Ga;tette, that I dissolved all connexion with Masonry,
more tbah ten years ago, and that I have since that
tiarn acted with the Antimascnic party. That I form
a:l7l4":4ted to a Masonic Lodge. for the space of two
or tiree'etnuths, I have never denied. Whatever guilt
lincurred for 83 doing, I have endeavored to atone for
by exprasing my unqualified ablaorance of the institu
tion, ewer since I became convinced of its evils, many
Iyrasoot. a member of a Masonic Lodge when I as
sumed the editorial control of the Gazette, nor had I
beak for many years before, and I hope you will do ma
tisilissticit to inform your readers of the truth in the
=ON , Respectfully, yours,
D. N. WHITE.
We willingly insert the übove article, which we find
in list &sotto of Saturday, as wo have no hesitation in
stwaiitng to our contemporary that measure of justice
whk,is lie has withheld from ono of the editors of this
paper in a matter wherein he has suffered much mis
reptesentadon and abuse.
r,iis proper to state here that we never knew that Mr.
abondoned Masonry until he publicly an•
p otoaxi -the fact through the Gazette, soon after he be
carpe its publisher. That annunciation was drawn from
hilt by a publication in the Mercury, charging him
with being a "mason and a whig," and such we then b....
lieved hint to be—as such we know he was then looked
upon by prorninent Autimasons. It was, perhaps, our
misfortune not to know the views of Mr. WHITE upon
Masonry before he made them public, but we have the
consolation to know that members of the party he act
ed with were in a like predicament—and if we have
done him injustice in the muter, we trust that the pub-
U 1.0470111 of hie card will set all right.
Tito* TEX./A.—The Galveston correspondent of the
MO.-Tropic tells a long story about discoveries made
by Ottar. MUltruf, our charge in Texas. The sub
state of the news is that Governor Houston has en
tered into an arrangement with agents of the British and
bictican governments, by which Texas. is to be ceded
to Orem Britain—slavery is to bo abolished, and Hons
sortie to be appointed Governor General of Texas fur
life, with a high sounding title! It is not unlikely that
Gen. t .MustsKs may imagine he has discovered some
thing alornentous, but incline to the opinion that the
whole will prove to be a stupendous mare's nest, for we
thi* . tren. M. could be hutubuggcd about as readily .1s
aniother diplomatist the ciiing i ti . Aas.
By the latest advises from: 0014 •we see that the
isewA of the rupture between theloritish and Mexican
min: htters is confirmed. Mir drieetitit. agree with Gen.
tirGov. Donn has been arrosted in Providence,
whither he went with the intention of taking up his re•
Istriototra _BAndaturr.—lt is stated in the Now
Tualtat that Aids ROY EDWARDS WRA tied up to ",
the: whipping post, and received one hundred last es
ontilie bare back, as a punishment for his lute attempt
tormaitope. It is revolting to the .feelings of humanity
to liitkie-thit such a. barbarous e ustorri should -be tole,
nit) at the present day, or that there should - be among
traseititol4 sar4es sultielputly inhuman toinfhct it. If
an thing would justify -discontinuance .of:this bathe•
roiuriefstem it is the .hoPo that retributive - justice may.
yotte,the lush. to the bara backs of those: who now
apprgytkiiit infliction on others.
314413. G TON ELO P.F.?I ENT CAS E.L—The :D lawure
R4o4l;4cllngirgss the following particulars of this rase.
Wis. El Schroeder, a journeyman sheernaker, worked
forandboardediu the family of Mr: Hagany, a shoe
nati*tant,' The young lady was .in.tho habit of fre
qui silo& Mr, Hagany'yt. She is young, only. 13 or 16.
Sdneaelei contrived to induce-her to go to Philadelphia
to marry him. Sho did so—they went so fir° &three
ministern, who refused to marry them without her Ta
m.' pnasent4 Attbelastministers there Win consid
erable conversation. She had never seen a marriage
Wider) told tiereeY were married
‘4 `ll;:ikccr;ioo4cled r ia the 'settle house, until founfi
--*Aliirmea. by Bigii Conßoble Moods, in Philadel-
AO) on Monday moruing last. Ho is a ntanof 30 or
31 years of age, and has a wife and family in Frederick,
filiarapti..--He was committed in default of bail in
forlaytber bonring, to answer the charge of ab
easpiostolbo.: The parents of the young lady are highly
reactitt#Wrpiiiias • people, and are digit:tied beyond
moiaiiitie at the Ittlfortturare .cotseurreake.
My 0 ::A.tt Sia:—l hat ia the re,:ei?c of your Favor
of the 26th. It would give me great pleamei to re.
ccive and accept the invitation . of the. Committees or
AI rangepenti to meet my- Chi, *aimed col:faithful
friend CT,it tell pa IA lA, erOa -434 17V 3C Yak b..+O,A k io:va
.tn eitntalth'the trail of an enemy, or edesert, a/tie/id.
My first - ailtiaintanr-e was rettdO with the C.40a. - t1 st
few raittatli afti‘r the close of the btttle of the sth 0 :to
he r, 1813, slung in - :t blanket, us:d as a litter, his clotlfea
drenched with blood. I had puctinar pleamre in the
entbracii ami assignation iif a boat :tail militia! aid.—
My r-t 17.1. '. al bom mk-tt fvom a large and depend
ant fa Luily, ai probably the same - hand, Who it led the.
radii:all:all tt:.:.ltvliona Colouel Jolt:lst:a alo-w; -af ' iitii
I havc ne doubt,, Rom an inspection of th- body of
Tecummah and the slangetered aninial which the Cei
onel rod, and near his body, I cane at °ace to the
conclusion, that he an.l Tecumseh were personal com
I had proposed to remain in the samo secluded life I
havebeen passing under the sentence of my peers. until
called on for the performance of those duties of nay own
peculiar profession, I- however will with pleasure
meet Col.:rohnson. I thank you aid my other frinads
for their kind congratulations on myrcstorntio Ito ser•
vice, and pray you to receive my kindly regards,
Psitoott.:.:--TbeDoylestovia Democrat says, Joseph
Clegg, convicted with Miller and Rhodes, at the late
Court i timt county, of a conspirity to slefnmd his
,hisea' pardoned by the Governor. He
was taken befineiris iwor Judge Ruckman, and his
discharge opposed by John For, Ecq., counsel on the .
part of the creditors, on the ground that the pardon,
on the face of it, shswed that the Governor was dsreiv
cd in the muter. Ho was, however, discharged.
Rtar.CCl AND HER DAUGHTERS. — Tini singular
appellation assumed by the Welsh timer:. is traced. by
the English papers to the 24th book of Genesi., "And
they blessed Rebekah, and said unto her, Thou art our
sister; be thou the mother of thousands of millions;
and let thy coed possess the gate of those which brte
Two Me::!( DROWSED.—The Expr.fss Ittil on her
passage from Now Orleans to Cincinnati, landekar
Vieksburgh, and while there, two men in stepping on
board of the wharf boat, fell between the two boats and
were immediately drowned.
STEAMBOAT COLLISIoN.—The Cincinnati Commer
cial of the first says:—"The Valley Forge was run in
to by the Arlsausaslll.lil on Friday night, last,between
here and Louisville, and did considomble damag.o.—
The Valley Forge is rcpairing at Louisville."
We take a note of all that has come, nader our ob
servation during the pact week, is reference to this
question. +the Pittsbargh Morning Post contains the
procredings of a large and enthusiastic Datocratic cele
bration which took place in that city on the '2:3d ult.,
in horor of the recent victory achieved by the Democ
racy of Allegheny county. Hon. CHAS. SH AI. ER pre
sided , and spirited addresses were delivered by Frtaa
' eis ft. SHUNX. Esq., Judo Wit.ittss, ALEX.
BRACK EA RIDSL:, Esq., and others Among the
ments elicited nn the occasion we discover mtny favor
; able to Mr. SHOAL, and others friendly to dodge IVtc-
Kiss for the office of Governor. The former largely
predominate.—Ha rrisbui-gh (Ye loss.
Very truly yours.
J, D. 'ELLIOTT
Col. J. SidneyJonet,
THE CASH PRINCIPLE
This subject has swayed the Am3rican community
backwat d and forward for justabout haadred years.
Van Buren settled it as we sup?o;e.l. _ Hsrrison du.
ranged it. But it will yet coma up again and eventu
ally it will prevail.
Let us to-day give a paragraph or two in regard to
the all-absorbing matter, from as ante-revolutionary
paper, which spoke then as we otOtt to speak now,
sentiments in regasd to the Government Treasury
Here are the extracts we have made, the originals
whereof are in po:session of Mr. Stone:ol,in Fititon st.:
"THE NErr Yoax WEETcr.E louns NJ. XXX
containing the freshest A ivices, Foreign and DJ
"Merl DAT, Miy, 27th, 1734.
"Mit. ZgernEtti. must you will insert the fol
lowing Sentiments in your Jonrnal, nrul o'llige
your NVellivisher, JOHANNIS EBORACUS.
••No wise N ttion in the World ever trusted to the
n tie Min-gement, mere Mercy and :thi 'lute Dirictinn
of 4,3 own Mngiqtrates. when it cool] lirqp doing. it;
and no Series orMuistsatespver hnd rib:ohne Power
over any Nation, but they turned the same to irs Ruin
and their own Gratili rations and ill joi4ed
"Mit. Zgsniirt—ln your last Jou rna' "find a Letter
irom John Farmer, disking some of your trrespund
, ents to touch upon the Cash in this Province.
"I am of an Opinion that we want a goof deal of Cash
in the Pr wine.% That it in absolutely necessary to car
ry on a Tri le, and that it is at pr-sent the only Re
turas we have to make to Great Britain for the Goods
wo receive from thence; but how to obtain a compo=
tent Stock of currant Cash seems to be the Difficulty
the Province !elvers under at present, and in my poor
Opinion nothing ran so woll remedy the Evil an extend
inz our Trade and Manufactures; and if we can by our
industry make the Ballunce of Trade in our favour, it
is ; so much clear Gain, which will soon give us a corn-.
petect Stock of currant Cash.
'•I know, many People are fond of atrikiug Bills of
Credit, and 'thick that will adttl .to-94! cart eat Cash.
I believe every men, when he, comes seriously to con
sider the nature of Pripet Monet', the terrible condi
tion it has reduced some of our 'Neighbors to, ho will
think-it will daily add to our Misfortunes, and not to
our Cash;--rene plain Consequence of it wili be thin—
' just so much Paper Money as you make, just so much
Ideas spacie, you will retain in the Chlilgq: and had wo
Paper enough for the Currency .;f the Province, Silver
and Gold would soon become as scarce here as it is in
137 'Whet an adrn mition this iv, comin; from the
year 1734, before the day of our Revolution; and near
ly ono century before the day of Andrew Jackson and
Martin Van Boren. w•ho nivoe.ati pre.:isely the same
.tloctrines.--N. Y. Plebian.
rjrA may with eleven danghter3 w.ts lately c6m
plaintng that he found it bard to live.
"You must liu=b Ind yqur tirri"," said :he other, "and
then you will 4o well enough,"
"I c:caild do much better if L.:conk) hualtind rtitt m
:daughtera7"-was:the reply. . .
MARttlEr).—On the 3d instant, by Alderman it:
Morrow, Mr, JE (Mit UM WILCOX CATII AWN E
SHERWIN, both of Chautagne coerity, N.Y.
Allggheay-Zaglise Mid Mos Company.',
A cmniterly meeting of the company wilt be held on
Monday evening, the 6th inst., at Allegheny Hall, at
7A o'clock. _ WM. J. ANKRINI,
Nov. 4th, 180. Seattttry.
All the r 3 4 .11, title, interest and claui of Gitarles
Etollman, of, in and to all Ili it part of lot No. one hurl.
dred and ti.r,!.!.i (N.) 115) in the city at:Pittsburgh, bc.
zintri rig dt the corner of let NO, one.hUndrelt and sixteen
(No . ) Ih^nce 11.11)erly street forty-feet (4'2 , 4
thence at 114.:t ati.Ves to s aid greet, one hundred and
to,e.ve and ono half fent r,112.1! to a Arleen feet wide
alley, mown: trout Cecil's alley through the middle of
said lot No. 11:5, thence along said 15 fret wide alley:
In lm N 1 Id. thence along the tine of lot No. 1 ltit
one huoidrol and twelve and one half fcct In the place
of he;inning, hemg the same property which William
Lectir, High Sherd!' of Allegheny county, seized and
took fn ex-cu: hit as the ,iranerty or se:d.n and
on the 27th tiny of Dmernle:r, 1332. sold the same to
Ed card Simpson subject to the ground rent °rue!: per
annum; on which is erected 11 brick Warehouse, fronting
en Lawny s rest ELiaed and token in eseeniton us the
prone. ty of said Curries M. tiolltnau at the salt Of
f [lomat Theo and others.
All the r 141.11., tLla, inl.Yest and cli im oftloho Stewart,
of, t I Had to ail tit.tt teria,o 1141. t or piece of ;and so
all on the wale,,' of Pine Creek in Pine Township,
and hsLu IA and EL.s...ribai (oho es, v.z bCDnntnZ at
a pass, (Aril :e 0! ClO 101411101'S or J•)II Ciiitrid line
Norm, de.veas West, 133 perches to a p
• y land or Isa3e Guytoo, North 7i deareen, East 75
0-109 palette. , t a p )al; thence by land which is a pat ,
or cols tract SJU Ii 21 deg ees, E at 134 perches to a
past, thence by lands of Attain BurelitieA, South 87i
degrees, West 75 19.100 perclieste the plareothegioninh.:
being tha same which Elizabeth Walters, by deed dated
the 19th d.,y of reptew ier 1839 and recorded in Book
3 page 491, _.anted And COnVejell in the said Jona
art. Se zed dill take', in rxrcittion as the property of
311 in Stewart at clic soil of Matilda Barrens.
All the Heti, title, inters st and claim of Charles Von
V.OnnOrit. of is and to .1 c.o . laio Itn or niece of
ground situate in the city of Pittsburgh, nr.irked in
Woods' General plan of Pittsburgh No. 41i6, hounded by
SeVettln Street, Cherry alley, dtraahcrry alley and lot
Nu. 453 in Woods' general plan of lots. Seized and ta
ken to executinvi as in, p•Operty of said Charles Von
Bonhorat, E.g. at the :run of Adams Gait' , 4- Company.
All the right, title, Interest and claim *lnd demand
whatsoever of Andrew Wolf, of, in tind to, or out, of
ali that certald tot and peter of ground situated In the
notough of Lawtencevitte. marked on We,,, R. roster's
0100 oi lets, of 1,88 Town recorded IR Book 2 2d , page
4i2, coot:mons 58 led 4 inches in front ' and known as
lot No. 151. faring ou the Butler Road and running beck
to loin of Wm. /minion, on wine-has erected a frame
Stable; betas the sante which S. 11. Surber and wife by
their deed doted January 18,1339, recorded In Rook G 3d,
Voi. 5 , 3 u tge 493, tc, cotiveyed to snit Andrew Wolf.
All that part or portion of a certain lot or peice of
groaml stiuxed in tile Borough of La wr mceville, said lot;
brie; tit irked and 'mothered it the plan of gold Town as
laid out by Wu'. B. roster, No. 159, which lies South or
toe :Vont) C Ist corner of a Brick dwelling house erect
et! on said I d, l'elog 3 I foot wore nr Icon, fronds;; on But
14r st rrei ono rennin; hack to ont tot lieleneng , to Wm.
Jo inrto 1, I sere 19 reserve! to Jahn Sarher and wile
ute,ely thu p lion of said 1, tas ties North of the North
East corner oi said Brick house (routing on Butler rreel,
trazktog,tbdai I t cot frond, the Btutlt line or said reser-
YAM r. 'he N)rili 044 corner of said hotr , e,
aii.tag . N _able arid kitch e n, until it strikes the
South line or lot No, 149, tIP same which John
Surlier and wife hy their deed datrd Jonuary 18, 1839,
recdrd.nl in B tilt G 34. V 4l• o tee 499. conveyed unto
tat iasd Andrew Wolf; still pelees, of ground being ad.
tolether w.t , the here ,Itainents and apport.mau
cat. S.ttze.l and taken in 4110 elocution as the properly
of the call Andrew Wolf, at the sad orl;horclt, McVay
Gordon, for use.
All the rig"it. tile, interest an .l claim of William
Haslet . oi, in an .I ou the fatto vie; date rlhed lots or
pieces of .trttlihil with the a oioneleilancet, viz: first, all
that la or piece or grwi.t.l sueate lit Pitt Township, and
...tea I Ito r. pl.tn of the vinare of •' Lawrenceville," as
F errante-I In HO 3'4 Z 2 , P 14 .1 452: “out lot, No. 2,"
hounded by tip , : ,yt mole run the. o , eefilltlitg and Pit e.
t•argliTas•p l oke,o.ll ;ot No. 3 and lan of I Pliara't heirS;
and cautal Ong three acre! mare or les.; on which Is
er old I u large onaroslOol haute , . three Merles high, a barn
:Ina two sin tit d welting hatiso, being part of the same
propurty conveyed by the bank of the United States, to
Jace.lll Hasletl It his life time by deed recorded in Book
S 2nd, page 245 4.c.
. Aleu,.ail that piece of ground composed of
out lot Na. 3 and the one half part of out lot do. 4 in
the aforesaid plan, on wkell is . evetedildtvelling house
and sta'ile, te„ occoptel me a•ttorern by Jaws Vaunt:,
anitlesCriNeJ as follows, vle: oat lot No, 2 in slid pine,
contaln•ng 3 roads and 3t) perches more or less, and I.lre
one half part of out lot No 4 adjoining said out lot No.
3. suppasal to umlauts in front eat the Turnpike about
perches, both_ being used anti r oc.e.npied together as
me ~ ea ttU!nt. dud Imaitota.l be the (tar toning half part
of ant tot No. 4. by laud of O'Hara's Leics. by out to
No. 2, I by till C ;is horgl and. Pt tibuzit Pure.
praplrty eutiv,iye.t . hy: William Slur—
igeo n and Wife to Joseph Ilaslett, deed' recorded In
book T id, p le 501, ke.
Third`: Also, aft that lot Ni. 1 in Joseph Saslett's plan
uflots recorded in Book V 3.1, page 360: Said lot 1 04
3J fe-t front on tile Ternpike,liatk' 10:1 feel to a 3(1
feet street, and on which is erected g brick dwelling
house. The Interest of the defendant in said lot, being
Iris share of the rent reserved thereon, or his share of
the purchase money, in rase the 4111 rent charge is ex.
tinguislocd. The; weld MO - tiring" been leased on perpet
ual lease. with the privilege of purchasing the fee mint.'
plc t , 1 • rem to Cearge Hol.tando, vier 0 t he 'rendition of
'the Jo lament on which ttieloiniy is made
Poo— to: Interest of said . William' iiaelelt.
of, in and ton Blare of ills% toulance of the purchase won
ey due at the reaill.ion of said Jude tioeht-froskiJuha Pat.
Lemont for tots No.. 2, 3 and 4 in said plan, reeunded Jp
Book F. 3d. Page 360. _
Fifth ,- Also. all those nwo:kits; Nola tend 8, In the
Illait last vorferensid, leost-ed on perpetual !my with. privi.
cbge - .01 , -Porrhas . inl the fee simple by ft. Irwin. . lie
interest of the said William Ilastett therein being the
Same as deecribed above In "third Item."
&Uhl Also, all that lot No. 9 In the n'an last afore
.. .., .. ,as aforesaid by Robert , others and John acres and 39 t.erch .-- Act measure, ItS w 1 64 IS :l , 1; 1101 ! , . 28, E.BO perrlies. thence N. 24, E . 2s Parelatea
111., altd,'"l which there Is • .....ace or the rent ed a la r ge two etory sr ittiea do.etila:4 . ou
,t 10: Rd oth- ie 0 ' , thence S. 60. E stout 25 perches to that
aid._ • chair money due, as a • : .---•""% '-:::' rridaldellika.4. 4 : ' . -4" '..-: \'. 7 `...: <. "1 - ' -.-t es. ''..,-. • - - -4 .. so tlh - . osylvanla Canal, thence down items the edge.
, _ --. S, - - - i: - - --, •
sigtentlif t, lao, all that lot *.hi In cite rain last -. . r . - .. ALSO, . ._.
_._„ .alth . - 'nal about 108 perches, thence N. 60, W. 2 Mot
afoneasid,, leased as arotea , id l Rost aitottates and - Aitsbe ..oht. tlejaategilLsikiV'ainisiurtt attlPAle t 55 . ---' 4 , to the place of begrontoc : help! lie same
Jukti Rherr_,,aapt,on whit* a hemlines or Mir ped‘t a ,,, 1 aidelatillaroll . r rieeirtoii ides ar darer- I nMareelifk -
~ - whi r l) ttr,j,,,,h. lieu Amil wife , by a Peed ds.
pa4lm se ifiktrrity Is due as awl* id: Tor tifiett-1 of Sot:AA 91iiii . a "Wtilifalk iontlalletWasaiVed Pli4sard
said William Haslet, irt the forgoing doorribed prop. Alrilniler.niilicrojf II I and to, a certain Lot of ;round 4. e. Av r) ed to the said Stephen R. Moulton: trued
- aft " one. 1:7.16, recorded in I nob 3 ( 1 C. page 35,
eriy, helot one audit/Wed berth part (helmet IS I ITet -huate at the corner of Gran , and Water etreele, being ; and`, iin eteritti 01 ror the property of the sod Ste.
to tree rip, al rl.twer of Reltecca traslett, widow of Ju• 2J (ere on Grant street and 4 1.5 feet on Water suet', on , Ir 4.
lien R at u r r r , - , ti iLLI - • 41 1 444 0 1 1 w ..--
ieplt tliitit 3 ft:lll4!..+l4l.
Aid altio, due uadividA thirtDaf one otbee undivided
fouriltparf ill, re. f,sulltet to the life estate of the said
Rebecca Haslett therein- The 1:1:4 mentioned undivi..
.ded fourth iniel_being ne ;share of. —t,
dencamid..wtin dkiLiuteittate r and without issue, c
Wised and taken in execution as the propmrty of said
Witliinf [Leen at the tint or !DIM - Mi 1 asters Jr. for
All the t intctest au.l claim of Joseph E,
of, in and to all that certain piece of iround situate
in ilte•tlicge of Blutrpslihrgh, Allezlieny county,. and,
non nded,and d *totted as follows, to Wit : B r e,;lionlas at
low Water mark on the batik of the A Ilegrleny rivet, at
the saw!, west corner of the lot or. picee of groneitr
hereby illiended to be conveys-I, running thence north
Liberty streer272 TOet. to crirttcrof iot of Thomas
Wit It esil es, I heßee tiov tti4s de re ea t ' list :530 ifeirt' 'a
line draw &throngs Oft cartr* of ,Otetrifeis t relit ;114 nee
south tfhosat4l river 24 degrees east ai 2 feel tt3 : 3443
Alle-hertv river, and thence down-said ewer- no rth ' li6
de:vac.; wept to the place of heliostat!. cossiainlnx Tour
acres and Si) perches more or less. Seized and taken
in execution as the property of . :lthe odd Joseph E. i% ill,
at the sail of Bell and Peill's assignees.
All the iicht, title. Interest end claim of Alexander
Mil kw. sf. in nod to the folle*lne:Venribetr real ellatei
to wit; 011 that pert 9flut No 25,1r?the city OfPillaburtf,h.,
Wm., the unuivided half part thereof, bounded and 0. 7 '
scribed as ft.llows.: Begine_lag the North east earner or-,
Penn le reel and Cecil's AI ley, 'Mime cling stud at to.
ward the Allegheny river, 310 "eel, thence parallel with
Peen streel,6o (*c.( to lot No. thence said fot 310
feet to Penn strew, !hence by Palle Street 'la the place of
toother whit and sultjeet to the priettete
of glen foot alley itesnled to the city of- PirtAumir try
deed dated the 18th Ap:il 19211. 'and recanted in Book
pa':e wheieort 1i err Ord the' Foubtiry of
. freeman Miller and the appurtenances thereof.
All that cerinln lot In said city, being part alms Nin.
1115 ard 136. In O'Hara's plan of lois, he.;innina on fla.e
street at the ttist:tner: o altont .st) feet 2 Inches frtnn ilte
-ot.ttl east corner of Fourth and Rena - areets. I Ilemee n.
lona Rots street to the line of No. 166, I elsil.; about;;]
feet 111 inches,' hence hy a line parallel with Fourth street
43 lest to the plare with the appurtenance,,
whereon is erected a two story brick dwelling house.
All thal two story tt,lek d welltn; 11011,0.11nd back bielht
belnnghigihereto,andthe - lotoijwliich the same Is
bolt ,boonded and descrlbed as follows: begin ni in , on the
north side of Third Meet al the e.rner of leos blos. 24 and
25, thence toward Mass street 2.1 feet 5 inches._ thence
fin ralfet with ROM street IX tea 2 . 4' inches to the tine of
lot No. 2, thence p,rallei with Third street 25 feet 51n.
cl , es,:thence by the line of let. No 24, at the beainoine,
being the whole of lot. No. 25. and a part of lot No. 26,
in O'llara's plan of the Lily aforeeatd.
All that other lot adjlining the:leave, nhaated an the
north west Corner of RRlAAattil Third otreel.e. and contain
ing in Bent en noni :trnel,B6 fret 2.1 in lieF, 11,1 4 1 io fr ont
On Third street atxuit 46 let I i and extend
ing the same width and depilt to role Nos 1 and 2. being
the whole of lot No. 27, and !am of lot No, 26, in o'-
llira's [Van aforesaid, whereon is erected a Iwo slaty
frame dwelling and .X.ire hnn.e and . a rnititC back build-
All that Int or .round in toe city or Pittllnirgli,
1,..t No. 64, in 01laia's plan, containin:„; t'rotit on
Front street 35 ff•rt, tnorf,. or Ir.*, nn ' In r'enth to.vard:
Sr. and street 65 feet, and Intn.!ed by Front street, low
63. 62, 59 and 65.
All that pail of lot No 56 In O'ff ira's plan In rill,-
I,urv,h, de 4 tribed as follow:, heti', iiing on the *rsin tilde of
Second street. at the di.nanre of 911 (.4.i 444.1441ward1y from
Grant -tree!, tiieere tey line to 14 , 1. .\o=.>o 1,11 61, p.tral
lel with Gr.,nt street C. 5 feet, I benee p irailel wit It :•terund
street, eait wardly 24 feet "and 2 inches I.y In: No t 4,
t hence . parallel wit', Grant la deentlft rlrrrl, to tic k 4
of bellnitine, whereon Is eri cled a two story hriek dart.
liou3o unit hAek 10:Miltr V/1111 Ihe lv:!e 7 3
of the alley between s tilt liouse. and the, nett„ ,
A 'that Mouse and lot adjni.t.na the altove, deSerilted
as follows• fleatinninp it thidislattre of 114 fret 2 kris
e 4, rimstrardly (cow Grant ltrrei on the south side of Se.
send street. thence atoll:: tztttcontl etrret; eii:tivardiv, 17
feet 4 inches, t Neuter! t 'MAIM., Front street parallel ivit
Grant street 65 feet to the hack line of lots Nos 64 and
65. thence by tae same towards Grant street 17 feet 4
inches, :hence parallel with Grant street to the begin-
Ifeitl opt of iota Nos. 53 and 59,10 O'Gara s wan
of lots in I'illstrurlll, the said house heiog a two story
brick dwelling house.
All that part of tot No 53, in 01lara's Ilion iu Pitts
bergli, described a. follows; Ber,danirg.cin Second street
at the line of division of lOLA Nos 51 and 5.1, L.ence by
said line inwards Front street b 5 feet, t'rence by lot No
65 seventeen feet 9 inches, towards Grant time, thence
ratlel With Grant ',lron I 65 feet to Second street, thettm
by slid street 17 feet 9 ,neiies to (lie place of beeinning,
whereon is erected a two story hll k dwelling house.
All that lot, being No. 57, in O'Hara's plan of lots in
Pittsburgh, containing In width and front on Her.ond
street 24 feet, and in depth toward. Front street 65 feel,
whereon is erected a two story brick dwelling house.
All that lot marked No, one,
in R. N. Havens' plan of
lots in Put Township, containing 50 fVet In front On the
south side of the Parmeri . and hlecliaitics"l'urnpike
Road, and etteallig In depth along
street (50 feet wide) 1 . 20 'feet ao an alley 24 feet wide
that Lot marked Na. Two, In said Havens' plan ad-
Joining ItIP above, containing 45 feet In front on raid
l'arnplite Road, and extending 120 feet to the alley Oast
All that Lot marked No. F.►e, iu raid Herons' plan,
bein.lslfeet In (runt on the North side, of
street (60 feet wide) and in depth 120 feet to said alley.
All that Imt marked No, SIR, In said Havens' plan, ad ,
ja , nlng Lot No. s,being 50 f !et in front on the north side,
of street (50 feet tv hie) anil 'l2O feet in
depth do etid
tbat Lot mat ked No. !Eleven, trs said Havens' plan,
f °win cm the ?OM 11 aids, of said street
(sill feet wide) forty five feet, and extending southwardly
I2J feet to an alley, 24 feet wide.
All that Lot marked No. 12, in said Havens' plan, ad•
Joining tile above, fronting, on the s ,11th side of said
street, 43 feel 8 and 7 8 itielle3, and being
In depth 120 feet to the last mentioned alley.
All iho2e tour Int.i marked No=. 167. 168. 169,and 170,
in Win of Lott tail otitis S. Culwell, on parts of I 0•3 Nog
14 and 15. of Reed . .. !plan. which first plan is recorded In
vol. 50. pale 19, in the Recortl , !Ce office of .ciegneiwy
All snot certain Lot in Pat Township, markrd No U,
In the plan of Lots laid out l y Walter 11. Lowrie and Wit.
er Forward, Emirs., F, %moors of Marian Pride, dec'd,
tele: 24 feet In front on Pride street, and lo depth 103
reel 8 1.2 Inches.
All tut Lot mat ked No. 23. In said Executor's plan,
adjoining tot No 21, being 24 feet in front on Pride street,
and in depth 103 fest 8 1.2 it cites. i
All those two lots markee Nos 83 WO 89. in said exe
cutor's plan of tots, which plan 1:1 recorded in the knot . .
der':, office of Allegheny county, in Book 49, page 205.
MI the undivided moiety *Or one half part of thoie lois
_marked Nos 19.40.56,188.8.131.52 90.93, 91,103,110.
11,112, 149 150, 151, and T 52. In said Executor's pied
of lots, recorded as aforesaid.
All the undivided:moiety or one half part of six and
and one half acres of land, contained In part of those
Loin marked Nos 34 and 39, In the general plan of out
lots in tne manor of Pittsburgh.
. - ALSO. , te5,11.019 , river. 310 feet below the ntd dam, built by the , .
A s Tene' lieief French, Spaniiih;Greelr, and the LO, -
All the one undivided half port of tut marked No. 66, I , said Reldasein Herr , lathe said brangh. and running a j .
in James Oliaresostension of the City of Pittsburgh,' li ne o r r i g ht anlie to the Pennsylvania canal. thence I
coataittfit: In hereadthOn Front street -24 let:4,Bnd ruantddow a the. salii•tanal to the lower . end of said piece of The gndersiried wishes to acquirea perfect knoll&
hada in leagat or depth 65 feet. . '.'ground bonadine on a hit of trotted now or Into the I edge of the Englis't, so that the recompense looked for
ALSO. • 01 O E. Warne: . on itl.. line hulcaechv+ 7 lNill be very moderate, if he could 'eet lessons in Fas.
I Proiletil . c • . teener •
All.lll- following described lot 0: piece orground-sltu• ihe ealnierr - nod %Varner, to the l•ranrit aforesaid ~e the f diih'rriitl those when he mac instruct:: He was Ism,
. . . _
ate in the minor of Potroirch, to said collo' y.. namely, r eiver.and thence up the stl+6 l oltneo n'trtfl 6 3 ''' ,lo, '' . 1 ° iy a PrilfeAsor of the above langnages in the Colter»
part of 00. lot marked a the general tan cassia mono.; 1 the plare of hp-tlnnine, et/Stall - IWe from two rind a half of 'Baton Rou;e and S. Charles.
No. 11 hounded as follow:: Resuming at a pea na the r R ere,to t hree anresof land, morn or less. (:all-et to an For• a character for crotipetenry and moraliry,beeltA
Great road, and running by lands of /antes Tustin and I go orrtAl 2 rOvind rent of three homired doll:,.-) te, ,, g ill,'
eithil it letters of the me=t respectable ~,e ntleinaw in
Anthony &Betio', south It) degrees. East 4(rper,hei and , 3 . 11 , properl y .retith Rentimi it Herr r0nv, , ,, , 1 to i '.e
Vet' Orkiins and Cinciarmti.
5 10 to a post,theneo ^long the ton of the river Hitt "row h ii iid -,tenttel-4,..llnrfiaoto. by a Eked-dated Itm : girst ,•: - .v ..
r -rßeference in . tWs city ran be made to Rev. ff.
80 1 ttlezrees west. 50 prreltes anti 6 10 ton post. thence or starch, A. il t .fil36 • recorded in I , ok 3.1 C, page 31.7 . , y. , i. ys _
north 4 dezrces east 40 imret,cs and 21010 5 eta-r op the kr, also, all that err'ain other piece of imte . , ttnatr in J. J Dean, of s; r4ti: s c hurch, ant} Captain Jewel
;teat road, and I henee by said south 67 4 grees east, 38 the township aforesaid, containing about 23 acres. more May. Pi UL'EMII.E TFIEVEALT,
iterche:t and 510 to the niece of beginning, containing 12 , or tear, b eg i nn i ng i n the village of New 'T i ny at a post, 019. . Washington House, Water sr..' ,
• . enised and 4-tken in exenut on an ttiprop
i•riy of it said A oz.:lnd - dr it the tuir or Wa t
ti. I.owrie and M. Fayette I twin, Traoeeg, 4-c.
All the r igto , it le.inierest and claim of Jas Ft. Goodw in,
Ruth GOIII.IW hi and James Davidson of., in all to all that
piece of land situate iu Sharp:burgh in the county of A I•
tegbeny, bounded end described esindor s. to wit Begin.
mint at a post Om Main iireel ?Witmer ihe RGtsburß7t and
Freeport isiaddlieoce by tiled 'of Fraud! , Alsip south, 3
der. ea.t two
,huodied , and sixty-eialit feet to Fenn.
sylvania canal, thence by said canal north Peverily six
d.erees east, thirty-nine feet six ine.i.es, thence north
Seventy.fotft dm cubs eget ninkly-fivelect, thence north
sdsty6,rdsht degree; east, argent) , feet eta inches, thence
Teri I si.xly-one and one half degrees east, three and for
y-nine feet nine-Inches to the ca 1;t I In itl2e, thence by
brtdjc emlianlttiteilt „notih forty eight and a luilf degrees
I .west, tweuttrcigh nine inctrcs to Blain Arm aw e
s a id, th' e ,syr by said street north riahty-sf vre and a half
deuvees West: four hundred and rii , ejy nhie to itta piare
of loginnir4; ranraii in; one acre and one hundred anti
thirtv.si.si.ct perches inure or less. Seised arid taken
in exerittion ns rho property' of Ilie said Jumes H. Good
win, Ruth f:ondwin arid James . Davidson at the suit of
An the rl Olt, title and interest of Stephen W. Com .
fort of, in and to the following destribei property, strt
tr In St tiar....rdwnshia.. cauntY , hounded
and ,leazatAed as SO tilOcivitit ,, -B. elle l /60 re_d ,
running thence auuth fifty and a coal:ter degrees west,
five hundred and thirty five reit three inches, theme
north sixty two"and three quarter degrees weq, seven•
teen htt mit ad: and - seven:y Teer to - the Was_ingfon
Turnpike Road, thence atopg, saki road north forty six
deg,rees east, five hundred and fifty-nine feet two Inchei,
thence sant!' fifty two degrees east, eleven hundred and
fonrieen.feet lila Inches north:shay Pour and a 'half On
aren. en!t,f o 4 ll ' hundred and seventy two feet WI inches,
and thence south thirty seven deg ree• ea Lima hundred
ant seventy.tive feet Iwo inche-lin the Red 0 n, the ahtee
I of Ite•!iiirritre; heing the same that JIM') fla.llol and wife.
try deed df pastillon. enufeynd flail Coraforr.,•tiwoided
in ttu•.k 3d %I pare .51.7. Vic. Seized and taken in execu
• lion ai lite property of the said Stephen %V. Comfort, at
!fleapit of Wm. P. Baum.
All the right, title, intere t and claim of Edward B.
[sett, and Nancy his wife, late Nancy Oliver, of,..in and
in. all !h.; one undivided sislh part of a certain Lot of
Ofrittsbd rah, beteg log-euris.
tiered 311. in' the plan of said city, collinnencin'S on the
%nut It nil le of Fourth B , tent, at the distance of 120 'feet
from Smithfield street and runninl thence alone 4th el.,
weal waidlty . .4lYllet.. and 'Minding throisgh. AIM sten3
width to Third street. Being the seine property where
of the late Joseph Oliver died seized, as mentioned and'
described in a certain petition for the rat tit ion of hls es
lei e, in the Orphan's Court of 71lle4lit fly ton nt y, (as try•
relifretann Intim recor& or said Court, at No, 36, of - De
eisinher E. 18,36, will mom fully a ppear.,"„tind which des
cended to Cite said Nancy Isett, late Nancy 011yer,as one
of the heirs at law of the said Joseph Oliver, deceased •
z d ;nl4l taken in ,spilt on as the properly of the said
Edward R and Nancy his wire.:late Nancy Oliver,
at the suit of J.5lc.D. Glenn. and at for use.
All the t 1.4111, title, interest and claim of .Daniel Rnley
of. in and to a Loti.e and lot of 2. round . containing 16 n•
crez,ntorc or le:a. situate In %loon township. Allegheny
Coun , y, and hounded hy land of Willi:tin Conger, R.
nit nlck and other 4 `gelz.d and taken In eseedtion as
the properiyofthe said Daniel Raley, at thersulloflohn
%lithe ristit, title, interest ao I cla i m of David Greer,
nf in a tot tnall thane raft lots or t ireep of t;r01111d. 311:11_
ate inthv maim- of Pitinhurgh. in 'Put Tow ' , olio, mat k.
the plan of Leis by todrew
which sail No. fi, divi led into two tots. ne :irons:lt , hy
the iii.irrreverided-in W liners 'l.lrnee T 5, nod - I oandl
el On the eao i.y . 2 roan oi' it-. rZ..er eVe.l4,tyr.,
on the nn. Pilo ftit 'in id no the tyrryt by 1-;t
vo 6. w,d''w of "hr's
4.p 'l. .410 "I 1
,)( I . 1. r The stilkirvisions
No 3,arre foloty, v'a: Lot No:etre. froto.sng
the Fourth et. Road .1.17 fret more n . r les., and extend
Ina hick. preserving, The same width, about flO riereher,
more or legs to Lornst rdreet,•ar 'Wit down In the pion.
And Lot No 2.frontlog Olat:eitiiPtreel '247 - feet,merre or
le.s. and extending hack. preserving the same widilt,
percher. , and 9-10 of a perch. more nrless. to Rank vireo.
nn the brow of the Monongahela River. On lot No
there is erected a small t mt glory to Loos; said two lots
of ground were purthared by David tree!' from Joseph
Ilits'eli, by deed recorded In Rook ir7td, pare 229. Seized
and taken in eXerliiloll as the property of ttreaaid Datld
Cirrer, at the suit of James Gray, 4th st,
All the right, lithe , interest and ettlm of Michnel P .
O'ilero and Joint O'llern, of, in and to five rertaln lots,
or pieces of gr. und, situate in Thomas Hartford and
'Will. heir.: plait of lots in frn,rhansvi'le, and numbered
s rid Plan No. 1:17, 153,159, 160.161, tieing a lease. , f
Illie&v years, which was let and demised to said Mithard
'P. O'Flern by Thornas Hartford and William Bell, by fn.
deit'ure dated the 12th day of April, A, D. 1830,—Also,
All the light, riOc.,internet ands:Paha of the said John
O'licrn, of, In and to . SIT rerrahi IM in the R e•,
serve Tract, nptio•rite Pliteburgh, numbered In the Plan
or Loin No, 184, containing ten wen, being the same
lilt which the Commonwentlikof Pennsylvania, by Pat.
ent'n rolled In the llafent-took NO, 13, page 37 9. :ran'
ted to Bernard Hubley,who by Deed recorded in A I le;he.
ny county in Bouk P. page 336, conveyed the same to
James O'Hara, w,isce derived Iris title frcnin /IMO al igger
by Deed recorded In Bonk B. page 303,J acob Brigger de
rived lilt, title front Bernard Huttley, by deed recorded in
Rook P nag. 366; the same lot ofground was afterwards
by the Executors of convmed in fee
plc io are %feria flatlet nowilled, atid the Executois of
Maria Rutter having roll power and nut Ito• Itv by her Will
couveyed ti.e same in fee to Michael °Mem, who ht
I - bred recorded In Allegheny county. In Book P.. and page
4111. conveyed thesame in fee to,tl e said John Wilern •
as by reference to all the said Deeds will fully a d ..0
large appear. Seized and taken In execution aril he prop
erlY of the slid Midiael P. O'llern and John O'llera, at
the suit of Jolts Speer, who-survived ,IttraP.B. Cochran,
of the firm of Cochran and Spec!.
' , All the right, title, interest and claim of Stephen R.
Morrison, of, In and to salt that:. gertale:water power,
and those certain privileges, and tw.o lots or pieces of
ground, described an follow,, to wit. The first situated
between Pennsylvania Canal and a branch of the Alle
/heel river, beginning at the distrinceof sixty feet above
the old dam, built by Benjamin flerr. In the said branch
and running along at right angles from nail branch to
the canal aforesald,thence down tile raid eacal four hum
dred and thirty (flew hence rn a tine orrighi te;les to the
branch aforesaid...go-raining ahout oaemcire, -more-or
less, hirn3ing onihli . nie . it on along 'strip Or rani, Ole"
shared by the said Morrlsne front the Said Herr; the
300.:11.i lot ;Min!. a'nort ion of Here's Island, and be:lnning
'nt. the ;is mice CO feet above said Dam. and running
a Poe of rizitt noel s from said hranch up the hank of
the sland to the distance 91,ten feet crew rim water, at
medium height, theneectewn- 4ehind V 0 feet, con
' tainieg 40 feet Wide, and parallel wdh said branch efore'
said: lordlier with the full exchesive right and privilege
of all the water and water power that can he obtained
In said hoinch.be,ween the said island and canal; and also
fee and tininterrnpted Ittv•rty'rtnd privilegeor
erecllu g mills . Jr works iir maehinery of any kind; and
- also the right and. privilege of ierectiakand -gulidieg„. 4
dant. , r 'dams orany description at the milts or works"
aforesaid, and also the Tight and privilege of building, a
dam In the river at thr. head of the island, according to
Shy privilege granted to , the said Benjamin Herr, by act
°C . 1 51 4 4 ,9, - , l ta d also 1 1 1 P, freeAtilld guLaterrupted right
and - pri vilege °Tell the head face of said miffs. works or
machinery,and the tail race . In foot of the inland;
and also the right and libertynt tying, tilting and storing
le integs efraAy,deseription atong t oryt ha bent. of the afore
said Islan vAttjrtt ton yearly ground rent of four bon
died dullard; Rein; the same property which Benjamin
Herr, by &Deed dated the .51h day of !Batch, A. D.; 1636.
recorded in Look 9 A. page 809. conveyed to the said
• Stephen-lg. Morrison; all that certain other lot or
piece of ground, 'Ovate In Ross township, aformt r atd.be•
sinning orrtht Mink of vie aforesaid hranch or theAl-
Ali the I.ld c4tltn itraOhili 7 iMI
Bradley. of,'lti and to. alt that certain lot nr pktee
ground situate in the city of fittoitirg, bounded and ,des
crilied as fiat . tnia,; y 0, Beginning. alt il l t eornek
Rod rimming , 1 hence alone filly site, f 3lt fief to lot
N. 113 thrure by the same!' parallel linewtal
34 feet. thence acroes a line parallel atilt 6th street
30 fret to '7.ilurch alley:, and thence_ alanz_t he kaalr,
feet to the be:tinning, el nC pirl tic 4 , 40 rent Igen,
Non. 447.448, 449. and 450, which John Penn, Jr 4.4 ,
John Penn. Esq., - four several. deeds dated 17114.!C0
yendirr, 17:16. conveyed tb John Hector in • fix, and tot
corded in the Recorder's office in ati.l for the reunty
Allegheny. In hook C., page 234, 4e. and said John Dar
ner : nil wife, by deed dated arid of February,. 1293, re,
Carded'lWKiffte heel t . . 114 P 290. fe •ettetierlea &Tonle
James llorner, whose thetisth DE Nutrenther -1806, Al.
yided..r.iid four tots into totteteee itnialter 'itothitsr iota,
as nnneari by clam thereof - recordod In 19004 fir:PiptllB3
and win will his wife by deed- dated the 7th day of De
cent her, I fi12,5, recorded IN bet* N: 3911: 7 - 1 1b ' Pef'd
the nlxwe d.scrlled lot masked on said plan No,ls, to.
Thomas Whiteside, who with 1113 Wi'e by deed dated the
3d day of Merril. 1807. reenrded In hook 0, „lege 2x4.
ke.enitYere.l said lot No. It to Danie 9 Rouge, who RIM
hin wirr!hy deed died 7th January. 1809. en &wiped on
sald last mentioned deed and recorded In Rook .1. Ines
359. eo• veypd thr same to Thomas steKee, who With •
his wire by deed dated 14 , 1 .Fehrus ry. 1x.23, recorded is
hook . 2.1. page 12, conveyed the same to the ea Id Genera
W. Bradley. t. e defendant above named. S. lard and Ia•
ken in execution as the prapett• of the said C eorre W .
Bradley, at the suit of Wm. McKnight 4. Co , andta he
sotd.hy , B. WEAVER, •
- Sitrirs Office, No . 6-7 . 41 1 :3( S herta
Y virtue of a writ of Vieri Facies, iisaect out of" B
the - District Coitift - iirAlttgheny criunty, no 0"
me directed, will heorcuest4tolulhilciiirie at the Court-
H. use, in the city of Pittsburgh, on Saturday, the 25tb
day of 7, ovember, A.D. 1843, at 10 o'clock,A. M., the
following property, to wit:
All the tight, title, interest, and claim of George
Nl' Lain, of, in and to all those two certain lots, (witb •
the buildings erected thereon) in Pitt , township, Alle
gheny county. being Nos. 55 and 56 in Conk & Caristu'i
plan, bounded as follows: beginning on Cosset street; it ,
the distance of 19 feet from Bedford Alley, thence
along Cassat street; towards the cliff; 48 feet; and in;
depth, pat allel with the cliff, preserving-the same width
122 feet, to-the llneof Thomas Lit , .ett's property; each'
of said lots being 24 feet i!tAsaa j t and 122 feet in depth.
Seized and taken in excsupon as the property of the
said Gem ge Nl'Lain, at the suit of John C. Lyon, for
use, and to be sold by
BENJAMIN WEAVED., Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office, Pittsburgh,
November 6, dlt w3t
FRESH ARRIVAL OF DELICACIES,
AT 140. LIBERTY. STREET.
CHOICE PIC KI ES. Walnut Ketchup,
Oerkins, Tomato do,
Mangoes, Sarsaparilla Swap,
Pieceiiily, 'Lemon 'do,
Cauliflower, Olive Oil,' -
French Beans, India Currie Pou;der,
Onion., Italian Vermicelli,
Mired Pieldes. Capers, (French,)
RICH SAUCES. Piunes,
John Bull's Sauce, . . Bitter Almonds,
fi..ll , iing do , V4piired Cttco:i,
Cavicc do, lagtia le a Ginger, •
Inaia Ssy, Vried Cherries. .
Essence of A icluivies. Oniages,
Jost received and far sale b' LLOYD :(_CO.,
n 4 No. 140, Liberty street.
Travelling Agents Wanted.
FEW YOUNG MEN are wanted to obtain !lib...
seri:l'6o . lli to Publications in tile adjcibing coon.:
Ves:to wilurn rezular emiloyment and liberal remune.
tar )11 will be given. Apply at this office.
• - - -
AND immediately and on the best security,.!
tot mortgage on excellent property in town
and country, and on go:id private ACCUrity, if preferred,
and for different periods, the following SaIMA.CiZt $5009,
$3OOO, $3OOO, $2OOO, $l.OOO, $759, SSOO, 000.
$l5O, $lOO. Persons hneini; morteyto lend will find
undoubted security. A lair int! , rest, and is several
cues a good premium for m mey. and all in cottfierice, -
applyin; 1-1.1.11.H.1.5' Agency and Intelligence Df
tica, No. 9,sth:teen. n 1
SEVERAL improved farms wasted, (within 20
miles of the Pittsburgh market). Persons dis
posed to soil will pleasetall at my office, in Smithfield
street, near 4th, won
bnAlNa SCHOOL, '
Burke's - Building, nest to Merchants and Menu'
r \V. KERR would inform all those interested,
• that he has opened a school at the above place,
for the ptirpiltse of C. , TV•itig iteitruetion in -the art , ot-Ort ha:
, raphical and Pei spectivo Drawing. Hours, from 1 to
9 P. M. 028-Bt*
EXCHAgGIC BANK OF PITTSBURGH,
October 20th, 1843.
A N election for thirteen Directors of this Bank, to
CV serve for the ensuing year, will be held =the
Banking House, op.Moodny, the 20th day of Novenr
ber next, between the hours of 9 •. M. and 3 r. N.
on—te THOMAS M. HOWE, Cashier.
MiRCDASTS AND MANUFACTURERS' BANK,
Pitt4ourgii, October 20, 1843.
N election for thirteen DirectorA of this Bank, for
1 - 1. the eniuing year. will be held at the 13ankint
House, on Monday, the 20th day of November next..
o2l—te AV. H. DENNY, Cashier.
BANK OF PLITSEICRaIi,
election for thirteen.directnr3 of thia Bank, for
the ensuing year, will be held at the Banking
I louse on Monday ,the 20th day of November next . .
NAT AND CAP NANOPACTONT, •
.„ 44 Sji i . Na: 13, Fifth street, betsceeiftfarket. and
TVood, and corner of gizt . h.cencLOreuit .
"" 4 " T a.
& H. WALKER feel grateful tottterf
• _L public for the liberal patronage bestow
ed upon them, and beg lease to state that they are writ
manufacturing and have caastantly ms hand a very isn't
perior article in Beaver, Russia, Neutria, and every,,,
other description of Hats. Also, a variety of c/oth r
sealett and fur caps; all of which will. be sold at thaw
ry lowest prices. A 3 no part of their manufactuie is
dune by machinery, but by the best workmen by hard,
-they can recommend with contidencte.their thus. Babe;
ingsuperior and more durable than-those generally of- •
feted to the public. Merrhariti 6RB'-storekeepers can
I be supplied upon equally as low terkattos•iscs
ern Markets T. ct H. \VA
023-3 m. ..1