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y justice and humanity. They have
tfgeoncued Europe to 2 brave and ua-
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‘+ People olifrance, the Senate has decla-
red that + Napoleon has lorfeited the throne.’
The country is uo longer with im. Auo-
ther order of
#8. We have known the excess of popolar
ings can 410uc save
Hicentiousness and absolute power—ict us
restore the real monarchy, mn lung by
Wise laws, the different powers that com-
Let exhausted Agriculture re-flourish
bound in fetters, resume her freedom---let
our youth be no longer cut off in arms be-
fore the have strength to bear them---let
the order of nature be no longer interrupt-
€d----and let the old men hope to die betore
heir chileren ! Men of France, let us rally
--=-past calamities are finished, and Peace
will put an end to the subversion of Europe.
The august Allies have given their word.
France will rest from her long agitation,
better enlightened by the double proof of
anarchy and despotism, will find happiness
in the return of a tutelary government.
Prince of BENEVENTE,
Gen. Count de BOURNONVILLE,
FRANCOIS DE JAUCOURT,
ABBE DE MONTESQUIEU.
By the Provisional government.
DUPONT DE NEMOURS, Sec’ry.
ACT OF THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT.
The Provisional Government, hearine
with grief that obstacles have been made
to the return of the Pope to his territo-
ries, and deploring that continuance of in-
sult which has so long overwheimed the
courageous Head whom the ¢hurch de-
Inands, and that all due honors be paid to
himon his journey.
The civil and military ‘authorities are
charged with the execution of the present
Given at Paris, April 2, 1814.
[ Signed as above. ]
BD provisional government consider-
mg how obvious it is m itself, and contrary
to the conventions which have preceded
the departure of His Majesty the King of
Spain, to keep at Perpignan his brother, the
Infant Carlos, order that the Prince be €Oon-
dycted as soon as possible with ail the ho-
nors due to his rank, to the first Spanish
Itis ordered to all civil and mijitary au-
* thorities to take the necessary measures to
execute the present order.
Given at Paris, 2 April, 1814.
1. That ail the emblems, cyphers, and
arms, which have characterised the Govern-
ment of Bonaparte, shall be suppressed and
cifaced wherever they exist.
2. That this suppression shall be ex-
ecuted exclusively by persons delegated by
the authority of police, or municipality,
without the zeal of individuals assisting in
it or preventing it.
3. That no address, proclamation, pub-
lic Journal, or private witting contain inju~
rious expressions against the government
overthrown, the cause of the country being
too noble to adept such means L
LoNDON, April 8.
JIinisters itis said, have given the Anser-
Commissiencrs to understand, that
hey wil enter intono discussions with them
until the question of hostages has been dis-
posed of, as they are determined it shall
make no part of the negociations for
pu This question has already been dis-
posed of In a great degree.
Twenty five thousand troops are to be
immediately transported to America, and
already the public mind is prepared for the
exertion ofall our strength in bringing that
forward people to unconditional submis
3 7 This is a mere ebuilition of some
angry paragraphist, but every thing in Eng-
land appeared to intimate that a vigo-
rous prosecution of the war against the
United States would be ‘extremely popular
lonaparte receives a pension of 24 or 23,
CUgpounds sterling per annum.- ——-The
Jatcst accounts from ILngiand, state, that
93,000 troops had embarked for Quebec,
It is reported Secretary Jones has resign-
¢d, and that ‘Com. Decatur has been ap-
inted Secretary of the Navy.
/ Dan LAYSANCT? LE
New York, June 10.
LATEST FROM FRANCE.
Last evening arrived at this port, and
fired a salute, the French national brig Oli-
vier, 45 days from L’Orient, with despaches
from the new government of France to the
French minister at Washington; also des-
patcies from Mr. Crawford for our gov-
ernment. The captain states, that Napole-
on Bonaparte had left France for a small
island in the Mediteranean, and that Louis
XVIII was expected in France in two or
three days from London, when a congress
was to be held at Paris for a general peace,
at which all the European governments
would be represented ; and that the Ameri-
can ambassadors had been invited.
En RE a
3. 7ANY Excrisu ALMANAC
for the year 1815, printed on a new type,
and containing the usual number of pages,
will be published from this office by the
latter end of September next. Storckeep-
ers and others, in this and the adjoining
eounties, can be suplied at the usual price,
by making appiication immediately.
#7 Letters post paid, will be punctual.
ly attended to, by
Hunxtinepon May 19.
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A lotof Land containing 12 acres, situ-
ate in Haif-moon township, Centre county,
adjoining Jands of Thomas Thompson, Jo-
seph Richards and Jesse Whippo, efigibiy
situated fora Tan-Yaid or distillery. Tacee
are on the premises, a Dwelling House and
Stable; a number of bearing Apple and
Peach trecs; a Spring; of exceilent water 3
about two acres of Meadow, and several a-
cres more may be made at a small expense,
and watered by a stream which runs thro’
the premises. For terms apply to the sub-
scriber near the premises.
: DAVID WAY.
May 28, 1814.
ALL persons indebted to the estate of
Samuel Wiison deceased, are requested to
make payment immediateiy ; and ail those
having demands against said estate, wiil
please to present their accounts properly
GEORGE BRESSLER, Adm'r.
CATHARINE WILSON, Adm’stre.
May 28, 18i4. 5
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WOOL CARDING MACHINE.
THE Subscribers respectfully inform the
Public, that they are now abou: erecting a
NEW WOOL «ARDING MACHINE,
which will be putin operation by the 15th
of this inst at Lewis Swinehart’s Saw Mill,
in Potter township, Centre county, where
Wool will be taken in and carded at the
most reduced price
"Those who bring their Wool, must bring
with it a sheet and one pound of grease to,
every ten pounds of Wont The Cards
are from Boston, and of the first quality.
From the experience of the person whose
duty 1t will be io attend the Machine, they
are flattered wish the Hope o' having it.in
their power wo rend Beneralssatisfaction.
June 9, 1814, :
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DISSOLUTION or PARTNERSHIP.
THE partnership of Tho. Beatty & co. is
thisday dissoivetl by mutual consent. The
Books and Papers belonging to the. said
firm are left in the care of Elisha Moore,
Esq. in Bellefonte, who is authorised to re-
ceive all monies due. Persons indebted
are requested tocall and make payment.
Bellefonte, May 28th, 1814.
LAND FOR SALE.
Three Plantations consisting of
ELEVEN HUNDRED ACRES,
Handsomely situated on Buffaloe Run, 3
miles from Bellefonte, in Centre County.
The land is good and well watered. 150
acres upiand, cleared; and 60 of Meadow.
On the premises are 2 Minn Seats, on
oncof which has been lately erected a saw
Mirry, which is now in good order. Three
Dwelling Houses, three Bams, and a large
Orchard, with farming utensils, &c. &ec.
For terms apply on the premises to the
May <8, 1814,
this date, the sai
“ceed to make st
GENUINE PATENT AND FAMILY
WHICH ARE CELEBRATED
Lior the Cure of most diseases to which the
Humane Body is Liable.
Prepared only by the Sole Proprietor,
T. W.DYOTT, M. D.
Grandson of the late celebrated Dr. Re-
bertson, of Edinburg,
Dr. Robertson’s celebrated Stomachic
Elixir of Health.—Price one dollar and fif-
Dr. Robertson’s Vegetable Nervous Cor-
dial ; or Nature’s Grand Restorative—
Price one dollar and Fifty cents.
Dr. Robertson’s Celebrated Gout and
Rheumatic drops. Price two dollars.
Dr. Robertson’s Stomachic Wine Bitters.
Price one doilar,
Dr. Robertsons Infallible Worm Des
troying Lozenges. Price Fifty cents per
package. Large ditto, one dollar.
Dr. Dyott’s Anti-Bilious Pills, for the
prevention and cure of Bilious and malig-
nant fevers. Price 25 cents per Box.
Large ditto, 50 cents.
Dr. Dyott’s Patent Itch Ointment, a
safe and infallible cure, for that tormenting
and disagreeable disorder, the Itch. Price
50 cents. "
Dr. Tissot’s celebrated Gout and Rheu-
matic drops. Price 2 dollars.
The Vegetable Balm of Life
The Balm of Iberia, for curing defects
in the skin, and improving the complexion.
Price 2 dollars.
The Restorative Dentrifice, for cleansing,
whitemng, aod improving the teeth and
Price 50 Cents fier Box.
Dr. Dyot’s Infallible tooth-ache drops.
Price 50 Cents.
p7 Take notice that the above Medi-
cines are not Genuine, without the signa-
ture of the sole proprietor,
T. W. DYOTT, M.D.
Pamphlets containining certificates of
cures, &c. &c. performed through the ef-
ficacy of the above medicines, may be had
gratis, by applying to the unfiersigned.
N. B. The above medicines are sold by
appointment of the proprietor (T. W. Dy-
ott) at the store of Jacob Test, in Bellefonte,
who keeps on hand a constant supply of
drugs and patent Medicines.
He has also received a fresh assortment
of seasonable Goods, consisting principally
of Dry Goods, Groceries, Hard ware, Li-
quors, &c. which he will dispose of at as
low a rate as possible, for cash or orders on
To thosc who have heretofore favored
him with their custom he returns his sin-
cere thanks, and assures them, that bis ex-
ertions in the line of his business, shall be
unremitted to merit a continuance of it.
Bellefonte May 11, 1814.
THE Commissioners of Clearfield Conn-
tys-Do hereby give public notice, to the
owners of Unseated Lands and Town Lots
within said county, that one, or more than
one year’s tax upon those ands is now twelve
months due, and that unlessall road and
county Taxes are paid, with tlie costs neces-
sarily accruing thercon—to the Treasur-
er ol said county, Within taree months from
commiissioners will pro-
le, according to law, of the
said Unseated /Lands, or so much of each
tract, han as may be sufficient to
discharge the amount of said Taxes and
Given under bur Hands and Seal
/ of Office, at Clearfield, this = 31st day
JOSEPH BOONE, Clk.
THE EVENTS OF WAR.
Just published, by Jacob Elder, Price § 1
and for sale at this office, and the differ-
ent book stores in this borough, a new
EVENTS OF THE WAR,
Between the United States & Great Bri-
tain, during the years 1812 and 1813—
Both Military and Naval.
Harrisburgh, March 29, 1813.
gr Persons wishing to subscribe for
this work, will have an opportunity of do-
ing so at the ensuing court, by cailing at
Deserted this day, June 1, from tli
Redezvous at Bellefonte,
A private in the 4th Rille Regt. torn in
Diches county, state of New York, and by
profession a Shoemaker. He is fuil six feet
high, about thirty nine years old—complex-
ion very dark, sharp nose, black eyes, and
dark hair ; was enlisted on the 24th ult.
at Mill Hall, inthis county. His clothes
(having none belonging to the Unised States)
cannot be minutely described. He had on
a light grey long coat with large gilt but-
tons, a pair of coarse Home-made tow
trowsers, cross-barred, and a pair of half
boots, very short and old. h
It is earnestly hoped that all citizens fa-
vorble to the intcrests of their country,
will make use of some exertions to ensure
his apprehension, as every recent desertion
appears purposely to defraud goverrment.
There are now upwards of one thousand
deseters trunking at large, so that every
suspicious character ought to be taken up
and strictiv examined. ~
Whoever ay prehends said deserter, shall
receive tiie al ov: Reward, & all reasonable
expen ces for securing or delivering him
into che custody of any United States’ offi<
WM. G. GREEN, Capt: 4th. R.R.
Bellefonte, June 1, 1814,
CENTRE BANK OF PFNNSYL-
IN pursuance of Letters Patent, issued
under the hand of his Excellency Simon
Snyder, Governor of the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, and the Great Seal of the
State,the Stockholders of the Centre Bank
of Pennsylvania, are hereby notified to meet
at the Court Holise, in the borough of
Bellefonte, on Friday the 24th day of June
next, and then and there, between the hours
of ten and five of said day, to elect by bal-
lot, twenty one suitable persons, Stockhold-
ers ot the said Bank, to be Directors thereof,
according to tic provisions of an act of the
General Assembly, entitled, « An act re-
gulating Banks,” passed the 21st day of
March last. ;
PF ILIP BENNER,
JOHN G. LOWREY;
Seven first named persons in the
Bedefonte, May 25th, 1814, 15n*4¢t
DESERTED on the night of the 24th
jnstant, from the Rendezvous at Bellefonte,
A private in the 4th Rifle Regiment, twen-
ty one years old, six feet, one inch high; yel-
low complexion, dark eyes and dark hair,
and by profession a laborer. His clothing
(not having uniform) cannot well be recol-
ieced further than his having a Wool Hat,
Home-made Trowsers, and it is believed a
Roundabout or Coatee,
It1s earnestly hoped that citizens, will ex-
ert themselves in apprehending said deser-
He enlisted on Saturday last, and
his premature desertion induces a belief that
he may probably again enlist, to defraud
the United States. He said he was born
in Northumberland county, Pennsylvania.
Any person apprehending said deserter
shall receive the above reward, and all rea-
sonable expences paid for delivering him
into the hands of any officer of the United
States Army. :
WM G.GREEN, Capt. 4th R. R.
Bellefonte, May 28, 1814,
i : do
ALL persons, owners of unseated lands,
lying within the county of Clearfield, upon
which taxes are due, are hereby noted
that unless the taxes due thereon, be paid
to the Treasurer of the said” county, be-
fore, or at the expiration of three months’
from the date hereof, they will be sold
agreeably to law.
April 28, 1814.
ALL persons indebted te the estate of
Mr. Wm, M:Clure, late of Spring town.
ship, Centre county, dec. are requested to
come forward immediately, and discharge
the same ; and those having demands a-
gainst said estate, will please to bring them
forward properly attested for settlement be-
fore the first day of July next.
R. T. STEWART, Adm’r.
Bellefonte, March 9, 1814, =