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Here shall the 'PRESS the People's RIGHTS proclaim
Unato'd by influence, and unbrib'd by GAIN.
Cucuta, - Morn Nig, November 1,1831
itcnuteratic A nti.Mnaonic Nomination
William 'Wirt, of Md.
*limos Elbanker, of Pa.
THE BALTIMORE MARKET.—FIour has fallen in
price some 140' wince our last report. It com.
mended on Friday last, from wagons, 5 25, 5 1271
and $5 or bri. Wheat - brought from 85 - tOIOB
cents per bushel, according to quality. Other
articles vary but little from the account given last
fITThe writer who figures in the "Compiler"•
of last week, over the signature of "A farmer of
Huntington township" shall be noticed hereafter.
We returned home too late to bestow much atten
tion to our editorial department this week, and
Only noticed his vile, false and malicious assertion
about us a few hours before wo are compelled to
put our paper to / press. •
COONTY CONVENTION.—A, respectable meeting
of the Delegates that settled the late county tick
et, was hold at the Court-house in the borough of
Gettysburg on Saturday last, for the purpose riffle.
lecting Conferes to iepresent Adams county at a
meeting of Anti-llasonic Conferees from this Con
gressional District at Shippensburg, to nominate
a candidate for Congress, in room of the llon. W.
Ramsey, dec'd. Jas. Ciinninghem, - Esq. Chair
man, and Dr. M. D. G. Pfeiffer and John M‘liem
son, Secretaries. The following gentlemen were
appointed conferees—Dr. MICHAEL D. G. PFEIFFER,
THOMAS J. Coorsn, and JACOB COVER. The fol
lowing tesolutions were then adopted:
Resolved, That the Conferees above ap
• II nted - be - recommended not to sa l vo' t-the
nomination of any candidate - that does not
acknowledge himself opposed- to ,all. Sepret,
Resolved, That tliiiin - e'eting highly ap-
prove of the nomination of WILLIAM
WIRT as ; a Candidate for the Presidency,
and that of AMOS ELLMAKER for the
Vice. Presidency, and that its members will
use all fair and honorable means to promote
Resolved, That these proceedings be pub-
JAMES CUNNINGHAM, Chair'n.
M. D. G. Pfeifer,
John Ai' Kesson,
111 - TheConferees meet at Shippensburg to-day
11:7A careful perusal of the article headed "Mr.
Wirt's nomination," an the second page, is re
quested of our neighbor* of the Sentinel.
B77CIAMI - N W. 111CITARDH has-been unanimously
elected Mayor of the City of Philadelphia, for the
The "Atheneum" and "Gentleman's Magazine
of Fashion" for October have been received. Per.
eons desirous 'of subscribing for either or both of
those Works, are invited to (!all and examine them.
They are worthy of being patronized. They are
published by Maio & Co. Boston, Mass. -st,
The detobar NO. atho "Lady's Book" has been
received, and in reference to which we adopt the
fallowing from the Frederick Examiner.
Turi i i
AD'S BOOK.—The publishers of
this be tifut work have lately been assailed
by the ew York Courier and Enquirer,
in an u rovoked and extremely, ungenerous
manner. Let them comfort themselves.--,
The Courier-can-do- them' -no- harm. Let
them continue to render their book as wor
thy of public patronage Ars it has heretofore
been, and they may laugh to scorn the' at.
tempts'of the, Courier arid Enquirer to dero
gate from its merits. .
ANOTHER LICHIT IN THE WnsT!--Wo have receiv
ed The two first Nos. of Oho "Pitax Parse," an Anti-
Masonic paper lately :established at Xenia, Ohio.
From present appearance, we think the Free Press
will render effectual aid to the cause in that Stat e:
,Thie.,.Nos, bolbro us contain two of Mr.. Rumen
Letters. Good articlos to begin with. Go on!
Success attend you.
Mn.Ma..JnnN R. LoNowELL,twe understand, has
purchased • the establishment of the Taneytown
"REutu...vron,"and intends issuing his first No.
on the 22d inst. Mr. Longwell formerly lived in
this place, and is represented amen honorahle, tat.
ented and industrious young man, and we hope
ho may moot that encouragement hie merits just.
ly entitle-him to. • •
HON. RICHARD II usn.--This gentleman has, in
a number of papers, been recommended, in case
of the resignAtion of Mr. Sarno rd f as linked States
Senator. Such' a selection (says the Lancaster
herald, and we+ agree w i lt!' the sentiment) would
enable Pennsylvania toi say for once, thq- filaci
a man in that body worthy of lie' olibfadttir, and
capable of representing and_ sustaining ' Mt; in.
The New York Journal ot-Commerce uses the•
fellowing i language in .introducing the article in
the lest "Simi" from "Uni!id Stateu-Tele
gr•pk" upon the npaanation of Mr. Wirt:—
SIGN.—The 'fol!owilig editorial re-
Lomita .fror9 die Washington Telegraph, ,
" Tat • tqa ita 'W t
ABM% 1 40 1 4. - W I AL' I•-!)
rive considerable importance from the fact,
that that papet is the leadin g journal in'eup.
port of Mr,Calhoun. 'We know very well
that "Mr. Wirt is not its choke for Presi
dent;" .and therefore, when we see it maul
festing-a willingness to sustain him, provided
other interests opposed tO the re-election. of
Gen. Jackson will do the same, we recog
nize peraisely the spirit of compromise which
must pervade the ranks of the opposition, in
order to* successful against the present
incumbent. We • also recognize tll6 spirit
which we trust will actuate the mind of Mi.
Calhoun, when called to decide whether
Jackson or Wirt shall . occupy the principal
plitce in the councils of the nation, for the
next Presidential term. • The qUestion now
is, not N 5 im we would prefer fbr that im
portant station, but what is . nur choice be
tween' Mr. Wirt and Gen. Jackson. The
Telegraph very truly re iarks, that under
present circumstances election of Mr.
Clay is impossible: or i e reader prefers a
different term, that_ it is hopeless, and wo
will add; that the election of Mr. Calliodn is
equally so. Of this, we should presume,
both g entlemen must be aware. The public .
also k now-it:-and are-anxiously waiting- for
an exhibition of• disinterestedness on their
part, such as the exigencies of the country
require. Will they withhold it? Will they'
disappoint the wishes of a majority of the
nation, who, like themselves, are opposed to
the re-eleCtion of 'Gen. :Jackson; -and who,
to prevent this result, are willing to com
pound their. differences, and,unite upon the
Hon. W ILIJAM WrnT? We think not.
A LEssox.- 7 -The United Slates Telegraph in
pubhshing the AddresS of the National Anti-Ma.
sonic Convention, sayin- 7 ".11, is the duty. of O;
Press to exhibit a fair record of the times," "arid
that it is.. our duty 7, as the conductors of a free
press, to inform our readers on all rn . atto;s con :
nected with the public welfare; at the same time
admitting that, independent of this duty, the
characters of the gentlemen put_ in nomination,
and the members and respectability- of the Anti-
Masonic party, are such as to command a respect
fill consideration. 7
Query:. 7 -11tiVe the 'Masonic papers in this Bo :
rough , the same independence? Or dare
give their readers a glance at TRUTH ?
ANTI-MASONRY IN MARYLAND.—WC ate gratt
fled to learn that Mr. IfouN, one of the able editors
of the New York Whig, contemplates publishing
a DillY-Xini.Masonie paperTh City of 13ulti=
more. We bid him God speed in the good cause!
MORGAN'S AIIIRDER.—The Ohio Register Says:
[kg• "We now assort positively, and hold ourselves
ready to prove in a court of justice, that the FACT
of Morgan's being put to death by Masons, FOR
VIOLATING 11ls MASONIC OBLIGATIONS, was allaoOHC
ed as the message My authority to an ansembly. of
Masons in the. Lodge room in Columbus, Boor( sr.
TER THAT EVENT TOOK PLACE." Which assertion
has not yet been denied!
"Paoscatrrtos!"—The Editor of a Masonic
print in the Wost, speaking of the candidate who
opposes the Grand Master of Tennessee, says—
Ur"PoLrricAL ANNIHILATION AWAITS HIM, BE HE
WHO HE MAY"!!! Wo ask, is there hero no
"proscription," "persecution," or political bigotry?
AN ERROR.—The Masonic Clay and Jackson
papers quote tho sentiments of the "Llantintrdon
Gazette" as coming from an Anti-Masonic source.
This is an error. The Gazette is a Jackson and
Anti Wolf paper; and not, nor never was, ire be.
Bose, un Anti-Masonic paper.
At a State Convention, composed of the
several County Committees in the State of
Massachusetts, held at Boston on the sth
inst. SAMUEL LATHROP; of West-
Springfield, was nominated for Governor;
and THOMAS. L. WINTHROP, of Bos
ton, was nothinated for Lieutenant Govern
or. Both firm Antimasons.
DEATII OF GENERAL NAT ! -TIIC last
Richmond papers contain a letter from a
gentleman in Lewisburg, Va. to the Govern
or of that State, from which there appears to
be little doubt, that Nat Turner has been
drowned, in attempting to cross New River.
. The Philadelphia Bulletin publishes nn
account of an "extraordinary elopement."
It appears that a respectable merchant of
'that city, who has a young wife and family,
about a fortnight ago eloped with an orphan
girl of seventeen, and nothing has been
heard of him since his departure. The af.
Air has produced a great excite ment in
The horrors of slavery are well depicted
in the annexed brief paragraph from a New
York paper: "A slave ship •ith 120 slaves
on board, was lately wrecked. on Anegada,
one of the Virgin islands; she struck.so sud
denly that it- was impAsible to unchain a
'majority of the poor wretches, and a large
number were drowned." '
TUE NEXT CONGRESS.—The Jackson par
ty will probably constitt4xmajority of the.
House of Representattves. "-According to a
calculation we have made ; the Administra
tion will be able Jo control one hundi•ed and
ten out of the two hundred and thirteen
members composing that body. The Oppo
sition will'not vary, in the aggregate, from
one hundred and three. Of these, seventy
one are the friends of Mr. Clay, sixteen are
the friendspf Mr., Calhoun, and sixteen are
(ew aikl limprcraed
min Burr, of Leesburg;Lanclister County,
Pa. giip;notice in the "Lancaster Examin !
er," that he haarecently discovered a valua
ble and important' improvement in tho
tillory, let which he has obtained' a intent
right theadrantages intheiroproVement,
consist of cronomy;durability,ind simplici
ty. The machinery upon this plan, is ca
pable of running 20 Miffs. per day, and Can
be neatly and substantially erected fbr one
half the cast of the copper one. The in
ventor, proposes to sell patent rights tier
townships, counties, or states. ,
The Lancaster Herald says—Eleeen ma
sons and twelve ()lice Holders tendered the
Masonic Post Master General a dinner in
this itv. Pity he had not , acceptedwe
should have had such fine toasting. How
charitable we brothers are!
Mere of Reform.—lra 'Woodman, one of
'the reformed-in Post Masters in New 11 an p
shise, and who, having been indicted for a
robbery of the mail, in' the United States
Court, was admitted to bail in the sum of
$lOO, has given lea bail, and forfeited his
recognizance. The t 'New llampshi re States-
Man says that the security is utterly in
In Caswell Count 7, N. C.l,Mrs. Priscilla,
wife of Woodley Hooper, in a tit of mental
derangement,' reently: -cut- out part of her
tongue, assigning as a reason it had been a
great deal of trouble to her, and sheuld be
so no longer.• Sonic ill-natured wag may
say this was the strongest evidence she could
give of being in her right mind. She is in
fair• way to recover.
In a sterile' part of New Hampshire, a
town with 14tH) inhabitants, 50 mile; N. W.
of Boston, has manufaetwed into starch, for
domestic use 45,000 bushels (T potatoes,
which at 20e. amounts to 80000. So much
fur the American system.
BALTIVORE AND ODIO IZAM RoAD.CUM ,
PA Nv.—The fifth-annual Report - of the-Pre
sident and Directors of this Company is
published in the Baltimore papers. With
the accompanying documents it occupies
four and a half closely printed columns. It
will no doubt be most gratifying to the stock
holders to know officially, that the actual
cost of the entire work, when completed,
will exceed the original estimate but little,
if at all. By the report of thesuperintend
ent of graduation and masonry, it appears:
that the graduation and masonry upon the
first division of the road, enibmeing 13 miles,
and extending from the .city of Baltimore to
ElliebirrMills, has cost i 46,854 sfl eents
per mile, whilst the graduation and masonry
upon the other four divisions, embracing 54i
miles, and extending"frbm Ellicott' Mills, to
the Potomac, will cost only $5,53 16 per
mile. That the graduation of 14 miles of
the road near to Baltimore has cost as much
as the graduation of the remaining 54i
miles weeost, That the masonry on 8i
miles of the road tear to Baltimore, cost - as
much as the masonry on the remaining 544
miles will.cost. .And that -the graduation
and masonry together has cost on the first
11 miles of the road $33,060 more than it
will cost on the remaining 54-i- miles.
FOREIGN NEWS.—lrrirals at New
York and Baltimore- furnish French and
English papers to the 12th of September.
Nothing definitive has yet occurred in
Poland. The Russian head quarters were
established within two leagues Of Warsaw,
atthe latest dates. Some skirmishes are
reported to have occurred between the Poles
and the Russian forces on the Minsk. A
letter received at Havre from the Polish
legation at Paris, states that Field Marshall
Paskewitch was beaten, on the 30th of Au
gust, by Gen. Skrzynecki, and compelled to
quit the positions which hehad occup4near
Warsaw. The intelligence is considered
The insurrection in Ilunglily has been
suppressed. A number of the insurgents
have been tried and shot.
Some disturbances had occurred among
the operatives employed in the manufacto
ries in Paris.- They 'were - not - deemed of
The Cholera is said to be thaking rapid
progress. It is stated to have broken out
in Vienna and Berlin, and apprehensions are
entertained that it will ere long reach Paris.
Its ravages i Hungary were dreadful.
A change in the French Ministry is spo.
ken of- 7 M. Perrier is to retire, and to be
succeeded by M. Decazes.
GOV. WOTsF DEFEATED AT HONIE!
The best evidence that could be adduced,
of the deciline of Gov. Wolf's popularity, is
the fact, that in Northampton, Lehigh,
Wayne and Pike counties, the regular Jack
son and Wolf candidate t for Senator, Capt.
Wagener, has been defeated in his election;
and Col. J. Kern, the avowed Anti-Wolf
candidate, elected. In the Easton district,
where olf has resided for many years,
Col. Kern obtained
_a majority of fifty-six
votes, and in the county of Northampton, a
majority of one hundred and fifty-nine!
' Huntingdon Courier.
The Vimacm RECORD, a vidorous Clay
masonic paperof Pa.;-says of the nomination
of Mr. Wirt for -President, that it.-- .
"Is a political arrangeiinent—made by a friend
of Mr. Clay—the best the occasion and the emer
gency allowed to the parties; and that. Mr. Wirt,
having an honorable understanding with the prin
cipal gentlemen o a f the Convention; - hOlds the
nomination subject to such disposal as the 'pro
ceedings of the National Republican Convention,
and the deVelopments of the pregnant winter
Which approaches, may exhibit."
We are sorry..to receive this from the
\tiand Chsrles Miner, a mason it is true,
bone that we have esteemed in all hones
ty. Withnut pretending to be among "the
principal ifentlemen of the convention," we
have a privilege -. among antimOons which
allows us to
,be believed, when 'We sav that
the charge in4lte above ectract is false , to
the c 9 The nomination was tendered to
Mr. Vii 'without tkpledgw--4t Was ace . epte4
on his p. rt with no'other qualification, tha
this, that the - -Convention should not be de
ceived in him; if his letter pleased not, that
the convention should nominate on the spot,
some other, more worthy of their purpose?
The convention where pleased with his let
ter, and responded . to, it it - I".4nntly, by an
unanimons resolution to do their• utmost, to
elect him President of the United States.
Any attempt, from any4prter, to cover this
simple -and plain fact WWith i lmputations of
masonic treachery, or secret knavery, pr
.anv other baschess, is unworthy of an hon
orable mind, and is wholly false, and calum
nious.—Arew York Whig.
" G*.NEIIAL MEMENGRiI. " —It appears,
from the Washington Correspondent of the
N. Y. Journal of Commerce, that President
Jackson has it in contemplation to send Dr.
Randolph abroad, as a General Ofeiseng,cr
of our Government to all the Courts of Eu
rope, where it has diplomatic agents. Dr.
Randolph is the brother-in-law of Maj. Ea
ton. It was he who bore Eaton's challenge
to Mr. - Ingham: and ;`tie his agency in that
atlitir, was constrained, as the public was ad
vised at the time, to resign his clerkship in
the War Department. The President was
too consistent, and too good a moralist, as
the administration prints assured us, to keep
any one in office, under such circumstances.
But the trick is now laid bare. Dr. Randolph
resigned on a consideration. And use re
ward for his falling into the views of the
stern old moralist so'readily, on that occa
sion, he is, it seems, to be appointed to a di
plomatic situation. The bearer ofthe chal
lenge is to be a "General Messenger!" Well
done "Old Roman!"—Baltimore Patriot.
President Jackson has ordered prosecu
tions to be commenced against those young
men, in. New York and' Philadelphia, who
have attached themselves tO volunteercom
ponies for the purpose of going to Poland.
It being an offence against the laws . of the
United States, according to an act of Con
gress,- passed April 2Qth, 1818, to enlist or
enter into a military corps within the Uni
ted States, for the purpose of serving any
foreign nation or people.-1/4. Free Press.
Rise of Property.—An island situated in
the Susquehanna, about 100 yards from the
aml containing manic •three acres .0
ground, was sold last Saturday at public
.vendue, for the, sum of one thousand two
hundred and fifteen dollars. Said island
runs under the bridge and is opposite the 'ca
nal basin; it was'purchased eight years ago
for 57 dollars.—Columbia Spy.
Appointments by the President. •
AUGUSTE DAVEZAC, of Louisiana, to be
Charged' Affaires of the United States near
His Majesty the King of the Netherlands.
JAMES A. DUNLAP, of Florida, to be At
torney of the United States for the Middle
District of Florida, vice" James G. Ring
Apimaintment. 7 . 4 the Gorernor.
JAMES M. LINNARD, of Philadelphia, to
be one of the Canal Commissioners of Penn
sylvania, -in the room of James S. Steven
FREDERICK HAIIIRRIGHT, of Lancaster,
to be one of the Appraisers of Damages on
the Pennsylvania canal and rail-road, in the
place of the Hon. William Ramsey, deceased.
On the 25th September, by the Rev. John S.
Ebangh, Mr. GEORGE WIIKE to Miss CATIURINE
GROBU, both ofthis county.
On Saturday the 15th inst. ELIAS MESICICI„ son
of Mr. Mathias Merkel, of Oxford, in the 17th
year of Ins age.. •
In Littlostown, on Saturday evening the 15th
inst., in the 55th year of , his age, Dr. EPIIRAIId DA
we, an ahle and skilfhl Physician fOr many years.
On the 17th inst in the 85th year of his age,
Mr. isstEs MILHENNT, SOS. of Mountioy town=
ship: - -
At Pittsburg, on the 16th inst. after a long and
painful illness, JA MRS S. STEVENOON Esq. ono of
the Canal Commissioners of this- State, and for.
merly a Representative in Congress from that
On the 11th inst. in Newton township,Cumber.
land county, Mrs. MARIA PIPER, wife of John Pi.
per, and daughter of Mr. Nathaniel Rawl°lph,..ee
H y authority df the .Town Council of
I"! thertorough of Gettysburg, I hereby
offer a reward of TEN DOLLARS, for
such information as shall lead .to the con
viction in the Court of Common Pleas of
Adams county, of the.person or persons who
ccißmitted a wanton and malicious outrage
upon — the property of a traveller, at- the
house of James Gourley, in said . borough,
on the night of the 17th inSt. ,
ROBERT SMITH, Burgas.'. '
'Gettysburg; Nov. 1, 1831. 4w--30
ANTI -MASONIC BOOKS.—A - great
variety of Anti-Masonic Publications
have been received and are ready for die-.
tribOtion, inn sale, by the substriber; a
mong.wh'ich are the followin g
Cid(l7 n' 3 Al manacsfor 1831 and 183?.
New England do. do .
Proceedings of the National Anti-Mdsonic
C. D. Colden's Letter. .
Lamentations of Free-Masmtry.
Illustrations of Free-Masonry, by William'
. - MOrgan. •
. • ' VALgRIUS DITKEHART,
L • .•:-. Getrral Amt.;
Baltithore, 11 th mo. Ist, 1!1331, •
Tear Dollars Reward.
LA I a')
On Spturday the 3d day of December next,
TIM Tit A.CT
OF L - 4.11 1-
on which . _ said - liiown now -lives. -13ituattit---
part in, Adams County, Pennsylvania, and
part in Frederick County, Maryland; three
miles front Littlestown; one mile and a half
from Peter's Tavern and one mile from Da
vid Shriver's Mill, between the Taneytowa
and Einniittsbarg road, and adjoining lands
Of Deitrich Bishop, Morita' Budy, Mat
Bowers and others;
,abent 132 Jcree
of land, of which SO Acres is
16 sMeadoir, and .the balance in a good
state ofeultivation. The improvements area
with an Orchard of choice fruit,
a well of excellent water at the door—
Possession will be given on the Ist day of
KrThe Terms of sale will be made
known by either of the StiWribers, living
in Littlestown. Sale to commence at 1.0
o'clock A. M. of said day.
JACOB KELLER, /
JAMES RENSUA NV, Toeless
•i ;- • 2 k A
liar yland Stale Lottery
_ No. 183 L
To be drawn in Baltiinore'an WEDNES
DAY, the 30th inatant.
lIIGIIEST PRIZE, 6,000 DOLLARSI
1 prize or $6,000 5
9 • 1,000 10
2 300- 100
4 prizes of $lOO 10000
Offices, N. W. corner- of Baltimore brit Ca lvert,
N. W. corner of Baltimore and Gay, N. B. e.r•
isrr of Baltimore and Charles.sts.
IP — Whoie the - highest prize in the recent Slats
Lotteries has been oftener suld than atoll, ether
offices ! ! •
ErOrders, either by mail (postpaid) or private
conveyance, enclosing the cash for prizes * will
meet the same prompt and punctual attentimi, at
if on personal application. - Address to
JOHN CLARK', -
lottery Vender, Baltimore.
November I, 1831. td-30
_JUST PUBLISHED.-This nutnbersur-
Im passes any other that has yet appeared,
in its beautiful delineation of the quarte rly
sketch of PHILADELPHIA FASHIONS'
—the Engraving is very handsomely color
ed, and will no doubt give general satidac-.
tton jo the patrons of the work—there aro
besides several other embellishments which
are calculated to recommend the Book.
CONTENTS.,--Philadelphia Fall Fashions, H.,.
lustrated ,with a splendid Engraving, by -
Fashions of the Past and Present Times. Zoolo
gical Weather Glass. Spire of Strasburg. Song,
by Graham. Song, by Mrs. Hernans. Recollec e .
tiona,ipf Scenes and Cities. He strikes the Min.
litrePtil Lyre again. Moonlight. Man. The Fl.
ner AfTections. Female Constancy. The Aitibitur
bin Girl. Morality. Mary Queen of Scotia.—
Evening. Inconstancy. Maria. The. Superior.
Man. Rose Maieolm. -illustrated with an - ftgrar.
ving, by Harrison. Popular Judgment. Mica
of Culd on Children. The Ward, a Petite Come
dy, in one Act. The Season. Frailty of F.emalei.-
Beauty. Tho Ornamental Artist, illustrated.—
Miranda D'Aragon. When Maggy gangs away.
Summer. My Wife. Oriental Apologue. . The
Flower, &c. The Grave. Embroidery, antra.
ted. A Birth-day - Ballad. 'he _ Disinterred
Warrior. The Lady Emmeline. A Fragment. -
Obscurity of Language. The Tornado. A Death
Bed. Poor Bobby. The Flower-Girl's Selig—
by S. Stanzas. A Broken Heart. The Death
beds of Groat Men. pAnnot Lyle, a popular Air,
set to Music, with the accompaniments. The
Five Dreams. She weeps in her Bower. , The
D URING the approaching Session, the
Pennsylvania Reporter will contain
full, fair, and impartial reports of the pro
ceedings of both branches of the legislature.
Competent reporters are already engaged,
who will attend regularly in the Senate
and l - louse of Representatives during their
sessions. The Reporter will be printed on
a fine large imperial , sheet, with small type,
which will enable us to give the relicirts
the pKoceedingsand - ,debates, in both houses,
at great length; anii no exertions will be
9parecito Tender a interesting to the public
in general, and
. farticularly to the citizens
of Pennsylvania ; es a faithful record of its
legislative proceedings. The terms will be
the same as heretofore, viz:
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fir The accounts doe - Tor subscription to .
the Reporter, from its commOncestent, Na
vember 20, 1827, have` been transferred to
the subscriber, who earnestly requests all
those in arrears, to embracq the opportuni
ty a ff orded bitiliO meeting ofthe legislature, .
to forward their due t by the , members.'
Those who do , not reside convenient to their
membere,may trine/nit by mail slow risk.
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