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Mere ghat the ram the People's RIGHTS maintain
Unated by influence, and onbribiti by GAIN•
Tuesday Morning, December 13, 1831.
44 1C.HE SOPIR.EDIACY OF THE LAWS.fI
Dotorestie Manufactures, Internal Improver
. mime, mud Home Industfy.
Democratic; Anti... Masonic Nomination t
*linos El'maker, of Pa.
We are indebted to the politeness of the Hon.
T. HaaTi.v . ChAANTORD for copies of the President' , "
Message, with accompanying documents. We
received the Message on Wednesday about 2 o'-
clock, and bad it printed and delivered to our Bo
roughpalsons early on Thursday morning.
(1770 the politeness of Andrew Marshall, Esq.
and the Editor of the "Reporter," we aro indeb
ted for copies of the Governor's rassage. The
message is uncommonly lengthy ; part of which,
if not the whole, -will be given in our next.
The Chambersburg Lodge and Chapter have
surrendered their. Charters. We are compelled
to omit an article prepared on the subject of sur
rendering Charters in the manner done by the
Hagerstown and Chambershurg Lodges &. Chap.
tern. Hand other editorial articles, omitted this
week will appear in our next.
The President's niessage, given in this paper,
meets our approbation in one particular—that is,
is shortness. Brother Livingston, however, is not
so long-winded as brother Van Buren. X "order
ed," and "despatched," a great many things, says
the President. The Indians, Judiciary, 'refill;
U.S. Bank, Internal Imprelventent, still meet the
condeinnation4,l the Old 'Hero. We shall notice
the message More fully hereafter.
G. T. Caosay, Esq.. has purchased the es:
tablishment of the "Union Telegraph" and Ger
man "Anti. Masonic Teloiraph," New Berlin Pa.
Mr. Crosby has - enlisted himself in a good cause,
.and we wish itim every success.
• "Tint Sex," the only Anti-Masonic paper pub
lished in Philadelphia, has been transferred by .
Mr. JOHN CLARK, the late able and efficient Editor,
to Mr. J. A. dorms. We received the first No.
last week, and, judging from its appearance, and
contents, are satisfied that it• will maintain, as
heretofore, the rights of the people :and the "Su
premacy of the Laws." Success attend the
I P 4
t it -
Tux LADY'S ]loots, for December has been re
ceived. It is much improved, and contains its
usual interesting variety, with a handsome Title
Page, printed in gold. Persons desirous of ob.
taming the next volume, which commences next
month, would do well to band in their orders im
mediately. The next volumeove.doubt not, will
surpass," if possible, those that have preceded it,
as the .Editors have offered premiums of $2OO for
the best Tale, and $5O for the best Poem, thereby
opening a channel for obtaining many interest
ing and amusing articles.
` el 4
The "Cssurr," for December,has been received,
and after a careful examination of its contents,
we hesitate not to place it upon an equality with
any other American periodical.• It is one of those
publications, too, that, detarinined to rise or fall
on its own merits, puriues the even tenor - of its
way, unaided by the puffs of those who are at
t.-reeled Moro by gaudy trappings than real sub
stance, confident of-being justly estinsated ; by_a
• Swot Cost.,---Those parsons who contemplate
- prfturitriStorietloal fuel, aro referred to the
following WOrniation of its advantages, contain
-ed- in an extract of a letter to a gentleman in
Clillarlbors bit rg, dated
HARRISBURG, Dec. 2, 1831.
From a constant use of Stone Coal for a
number of years, I am quite assured that ono
tot? ofgood Stone Co . al,with a mai allowance
of Charcoal or hard dry ,wood cut up in small
blocks to ignite it, will servo as long as two
cords of the best hickory wood. ,At your
place the cost of the one would be about e•
qua! to the other, and then you would enjoy
. a:1 the aclvanta6es (and in my-estimation they
are not a-few) of the Coal over' wood as a
fuel. These, in part, consist in the enjoy
ment or a more . regular heat, a much greater
security from accidents ,by fire, and much
less troublein attending to your fires, &c.
I do not burn wood in any hearth in my
house except the _kitchen; and so soon full
can meet , with a cooking stove adapted to'
the use of Stone Coal, I shall use it there
also." • • •
Mic LETTICR.—We last week gave pub.
feil.yte Mr. Clay's Letter to Anti-Masons in Indi.
•na, and of all replieti of diatimitnahed individuals
to in9l 3l fics oftlieir fbllow citizens made to them,
!clatiye to their views of F'rao•Masonry, Mr.
Clay's is, by - far, tho moat exceptionable. Mr.
- tilos a candidate for the first office in the gift
of the people; A portion of that people, anxious to
Ana! his opinion on a subject which they deem
of Mai importance to the community over which
bite aspires to provide, respectffilly ask him to die.
close it. ; Instead of unfolding his views, ,with a
tomparste and candid manliness, which is,the
'characteristic of the truly greatehe answers them
witit*petulionie and mtptiousness, With% would
11(;2'reee the head itl heart Oldie limpst pettifog.
'William ll"irt, of aid.
- A •
ger th at gleans Ids scanty brad in the purlieus I
of the QuarterleVisions. He. affects to: believe
that his-opinion of Masonry or Anti-Masonry
can have no effect on his qualifications ter office.
Has the folly and wickedness of that corrupting
Institution so far destroyed his moral "senee, iks to
induce_him to bellevelhat he is fit for office who
has sworn to espouse his brother Mason's cause,
whether he be "righter wrong"? and to keep all
his secrets,"M"eder and Treason not excepted"?
We suspect that Mr. Clay, like a thousand others
of that infatuated Fraternity, still suppose that the
people may he blinded to .the secrets of masonry.
With insolent and wholesale denials of their truth
they have forborne to read the evidence, and are
but little aware of the flood of testimohy which
overwhelms unbelief. And thus, in the midst of
perfect demonstration, they sacrifice their charac
ter for truth and honesty, by boldly or evasively
denying what every impartial man knows to he
true. The dogged temper, which Mr. Clay's Let
ter exhibits, shows him utterly unfit to be trusted
with power. Rash and intemperate as Gen.
Jackson proverbially is, we think him still safer
than Henry Clay; and were.we driven to the de
plorable alternative of choosing between them, wo
do not hesitate teeny, we should choose Jaelison
as the lesser of two mighty evils. Hut, thank
Heaven, we are loft to no such unhappy dilemma.
There is one other candidate before the people, as
much distinguished by a cool temper, a sound
head and a pious heart, as his masonic rivals are
by the opposiin., qualities: WILLIAM %V IRT
will receive_the votes of those who love their coun.
try from disinterested motives, and not fur the
sake of the offices it bestows.
The last _Hagerstown kree Press says—
A Bank Note was shown us a few evenings
since, which was attempted to be passed by
a suspicious looking person, purporting to
be of the "New Hagerstown Bank, °hie."
Ayaqated, May, 1615. We are of the upin
lotHlitiPthere is no such Bank in existence.
THE ELECTION OF SICKER.
It will be seen by the report of the pro
ceedings, that there were present two hun
dred and one members, and we learn that
Mc. Cook, otOhio, came into the }liaise and
tendered his vote while the tellers were
counting the tickets. The tellers doubted
the propriety of receiving it, and he - being
a new inembor, yielded.riis right to vote.--
He would have voted for Mr. Sutherland.
As it is, it is a curious fact, that there were
two hundred and one members present, as
appears from the report of the Clerk, and o
that number Mr. Stevenson received but 9S
votes, being dim ss than a majority. It
appears, tliers?,fore, that Nr. Stevenson holds
the chair by the vote of a majority of the
members present.X. S. Tilikraph.
FOLLOWING SCIT.--In imitation of
the example set by Mount Moriah Lodge
and Mount Moriah Royal Arch Chapter at
Hagerstown, the-Georg Washington Lodge
and the George Washington Royal Arch
Chapter of Chambersburg haVe resolved to
return thhir charters to their parent institu
tions. This is to be done on the 27th of
December, instant, the anniversary of St.
John the Evangelist, whom the devotees of
the mystic order have the folly to claim as
a brother mason! The Chambersburg ma
sons, in imitation of their Maryland brethren,
die protesting their own innocence and im
peaching the motives of their opponents.—
They-assert that "Freemasonry, as we have
known it and seen it practised, conmins no
obligation or injunction inconsistent with the
most full discharge of our social, political,
civil and religious duties—and that we have
never known it perverted or prostituted for
electioneering purposes, or the political ad
vancement of a member of the Order."—t
This declaration is put forth without the
sanction of any name: gild it will consequent
ly weigh nothing at the bar of the public in
opposition to the facts proved in open court,
repeatedly, on the solemn oaths of seceding
adheringlnasons„ as to tha- nature-A
masciviie obligatiotts and the influence of the
institution on the concerns of individuals and
of the country.—Lancaster Etaminer.
FATAL ACCIDENT.—We learn from
the Frederick Examiner, that an accident,
occurred on the line of the Rail Road near
the Monococy, on Sa4qrday last, which re
sulted in the death ofe individual who was
its subject. A. native of Ireland, named
John Lanahan, was employed in carting
broken stone for the horse path, from a point
near the Monococy Viaduct. When the
passenger . car passed him in the morning,
his horse took; fright, and was for some time
unnymar able. With assistance, however,
he was kept on the / track, and after some
time Lanahan proceeded with his load. But
the horse, still agitated by his late fright,
made a sudden start, on some slight noise.,
and threw Lanahan, who attempted to hold
him, in suph a way that the wheel of the,
cart, heavily loaded, passed over his uncle,
and severed it almost entirely from the leg.
He was iinmecliately taken ,to the Alms
House, where amputation was resorted to,
as the only means likely, or rather possible,
to save his life. But it did not avail: and
the unfortunate sufferer died on the same
BALTIMORE, Dec. 1.
We enjoyed the gratification yesterday of
witnessing the interesting - ceremony of the
formai opening of the Baltimore and Ohio
Rail-road to Frederick, and, after 'dining
there, of returning homiliastnight, having
in the interval performed a journey of one
hundred and twenty miles. The" Board of
Directors, accompanied by the Governor of
"Maryland the Hon. Judge Baldwin of the
,Supreme Court, the 3fayor`tind Members of
the,city emin 6 il, and•other gentlemen, left
therthmeTune Ta \ ve in in Pratt, street a bOtit
a quarterAftet cov en in pie *morning,iii fb,,o
The - trarouche and, Ciaja**of the GoVerner
werelsa iri the on a suitable .
The -neircarriage " F rederick" led the way:
Netwithsfanding the,ground was covered
with snow which had &Heil on the previous
night the speed of the carriages appeared to
be in no wise impeded. In about four hours,
the party reached the foot of the InGlined
Planes, the ascent of which was surmounted
with ease, and celerity, by the addition of
two horses with an outrider to each carriage.
On the summit level of the Ridge, a deco
rated arch, with inscriptions, was thrown
over - the Road: In. -the decent' down the
two western planes, the extra horses were
dispensed with, and additional breaks applied
to,The wheels: •On reaching the Monocacy,
some time was spent in the examination of
the fine viadpet over ; that stream. 'he
main road her diverges to the south west,
while the branch road to. Frederick pre
serves a westerly course.• On the main
road, near the viaduct, a banner was planted,
bearing the signiticent motto, "To the Ohio
- 2 -va iro. l ' After the train had tall
arrived at the Monocacy, the party again
moved forward, at half speed, with the car
riages at regular intervals. In this order,
with the "Frederick" in front, surmounted
by the American flag, and followed by the
"Maryland," "Virginia" and "Ohio," the
train approached the city of Frederick be
tween 1 and 2 P. M. The entrante into!
that city was truly a gratifying spectacle,
the road for some distance being lined with
citizens, amidst whose cheers, the ringing
of bells, and the firing of cannon, the party
at length reached the Depot. Soon after
they alighted; a-happily -conceived and elo
quent address was delivered
Porrs, Esq. (Mainline of the Committee of
Arrangements, to which a suitable reply
was made by the President of the Rail-road
Company.. A_procession was then formed,
in which the citizens of Frederick, headed
by a hand of music, escorted their guests to
the City Hotel, where a sumptuous table,
for a company of two hundred persons, was
prepared. Nearly the whole of the party
remained for the public dinner, and were to
return to-day, leaving Frederick ut half past
nine, A. M.—American.
[Front the Greensburgh Gazette.]
It appears that Mr. Hugh Hamilton, Edi
tor, Proprietor, and Publisher, of the Ma
sonic Jackson and Wolf Chronicle, at Har
ris rg, has discovered, that the' Antima
sonic central committee of this State, has
issued .1 .MOSt wicked circular, requesting
,Avarklip Editors, Conventions, and
.meetings, to make use of the form
Democratic, to the great annoyance 'of himi
the said Hugh Hamilton, and a direct in
fringes patent right. Now, if
Hughey will inform. is, specifically, what
improvement he has glade upon Democracy,
since he became a -pavtner in ihn concern,
or by what process, 'whether died in the
wool or otherwise, he became changedfrom
an old "broken down" Federalist, to a4g44---
sound, and thriving Democrat, we will en
deavor to steer clear of his dear bought
rights and privileges. 'We arenot tenacious
of names, provided the principle is good, as
we know very homely names are sometimes
given to very excellent things, and very
pretty names, designate very unsightly or
ferocious animals. Words often undergo
great changes-in-their etyrnology - , - as for in
stance, the word which once was made use
of to convey the idea of Wisdom, afteriVards
came to mean a Prostitute. We do not
intend to convoy the idea that the true ar.d
honest part of the Democratic party have
changed their principles, far from it, but
we do dispute the right of Kings, Knights,.
Grand High Priests, and Most Worship
ful Grand Masters, the only Aristocrats cif
this, country, to arrogate to themselves a'
name, which can in no way belong to them,
and exclude us ihe - people from - that - which - il
c - ifittl - Wit - MT, itteirdiaTififif.d v at tag
to be derived from it—
RAILROAD TO TH . E SITSQUEOAXNA.-Pe-
titjons to the Legislature of Pennsylvania,
are in circulation in Franklin county, for
permission to make a Railroad from the
Maryland line, through that county, to the
Susquehanna at or near Harrisburg.
" WHERE FREEDOM DWELLS."—II has
been mentioned, as a curious fact, that at
the despotic court of Russia, attended by
ambassadors from most of the despotic gov.
ernments in, the world, there was not a
SLAVE to be found, except in the family of
Joni RANDoLFII, and no Minister KNEELED
to the emperor, except the representative of
our proud Rnrunuc, in which all men are
born FREE AND EiVAL,.arld profess to bend
the knee to none but their Maker.
COMETS.4These wandering orbs of
our system are, aside from all that has been
ascertained, still very much in the dark.—
That there/are a large number in contihual
motion through the planetary regions is• cer
tain. That they are dense matter, and move
with inconceivable_ swiftness; is beyond
doubt, but what is their use and whit illbct
they may have on our Globe, time alone can.
determine. We shall, however, have a fair
experiment, within a few months, for know r
ing which is the stronger,' our old carih,that
has pursued its way so long, or one of those
amazing travellers ; —Baltimore Gazette.
, St.REP.—Few of our readers, perhaps, are
aware, (says the Baltimore Gazette,) that
the human body falli asleep by instalments.
According to M. Cabinis, a French physi
ologist,-quoted in a late number' of the
Quarterly Review, the - muscles of the. arms
nod legs lose their ptnrr before those Which
inroPort 4 ke 4 leAdt , an4- • bust oxmer.-than
•ttte-musolaS,Whi4b the hack; ansehe
iltustrates; this by' the of- proms wl,o
on while the
trig or walki• ~coneeives that 'the
sense otsighLs then .the sense of
taste, next; the sense of smell, next that of
hearing, and lastly that of touch. He main
tains also, that the visee.ra fall ashen one af
ter another, and sleep with direreitidegrees
• rht Wednesday last, by the Rev. C. G. M'Clean,
Mr. ALEXANDER AVELVAIN, to MIME ELIZA BRIM.
KERHOFY, both ofMountpleasent township.
On Thuriday hist, in Hanoiiir, Mr. Hessit Hsu
to Miss CATHARINE TANEY—both of Mt joy tp,
At Elmwood,-the residence of Jacob Poo, Esq.
on the 30th ult. by the Rev. Mr. Jackson, N ?ALMON
Pos., Esq. Editor of the Frederick Examiner,
Miss JOSEPHINE E. second daughter of the late
Wm.Cleinin; Esq. of Baltimore.
On the 17th ult. by the Rev. S. Gutelius, Mr
GEORGE HOI*HAN, to M inty LYDIA STUCK, bo th of
On tuseday the Nth ult, by thb same, Mr.
MARTIN Hownstion,to Miss ADELIA GREAT, both
of Petersburg,. (Littlestown.) • •
OnSuilds.y the2oth ult. by the Rev. J. Ruthrauff,
Mr. (GEORGE BOBLITZ, Of York CO., to Airs SUSAN.
NAIL RICHARD, of Adams-county.
On Thursday last, - at nn advanced age, Mrs.
Hoar:, relict of Mr. Conrade Hoke, son.
deceased, of Cumherland township.
A short time since, THOMAS GODFREY, Esq.)of
York county, formerly of this codify.
At the housevfJohti Marshall, sen. in Berwick
township, on the 30th ult. Mr. JOSEPH Wasirs, in
the 92d year; of his age.
On the OtlfUtt.Mr. JAMES CAasoN, of Mount
joy township, formerly of this Borough.
Fiitios4ii/A , kvovi 44J,44 mai-A
THE Officers or Militia, the enrolled
Militia, and.the Volunteers within the
bounds of the 2d Brigade sth Division P. M.
are•requested,:•to meet at the Court-house
in the - Borough or Cie - ttygliiiWoir - SWIIK
day the 24th of December inst. at 12 o'clock
M. to take into consideration the propriety
of sending Delegates to a Military .Conven
tion to he held at Harrisburg on Monday
the 2d of January next. MANY.
December 13,1831: °
itrikteizii 4 , 24 , 3 - IVIF- - -f: 1 1 IS 3
On Monday the 261 h inst. at 10 o'clock.
WILL be exposed to public sale, at
the Court-house in the borough of
All the Interest of Jacob Hantz, in a-rertain
Tract of alountaLta
• .4;-4,,.4 v .
Situate in Watalien township, Adams coun
ty, containing 3000 ACRES, more or
• T. C: MitLER, Trustet.
December 13; 18:31. . to--36
From the firat day of 'April nest,
Pt 11'-v• Situate in 'North Baltimore
Street, adjoining the Coach Man.
ufactory of Messrs. Clark & Marsh. The
situation is a good one for a Mechanic of
any description. Enquire of
Gettysburg, Dee. 1.5, 1831. tr-36
TO SILL COATERXED.
VET E, the Subscribers, Referees appoint
' ed by the Orphans' Court of Adams
county, to settle'aud adjust the disputed
items in the account of Abraham King, Ex.
ecutor of WILLIAM WALKEU, deceased,
hereby give notice, that we will meet for
that purpose at the lieuse of Henry Forry,
in Gettysburg, on Saturday the 24th of
December, inst., at 10 o'clock, A. M. at
-which-timssil-personsinterested may attend
• B. GILBERT.
' • T. C. M 11, LER.-
TO OUR CREDITORS.
WAKE NOTICE, that ,we have applied'
- 11 - to the Judges of the Court of Common
Pleas of Adams county, for the benefit of the
Insolvent laws, and that the said Judges
have appointed Monday the 23rd day of
January next, for the hearing of us 'and our
creditors, at the Court-house in ihe borough
of 44ettvsburg, where you may attend if
you think proper.
' of Germany township.
ANDREW WOLF; .
• of Berwick towrishirt.
December 13, 1831. 4t-48
TO M' CREDLTORS.
'WADE NOTICE, that I haven lied to
the haps of the Court of Common
Pleas of Adams county, for the benefit of the
Insolvent laws, and that the said .Judgtts
have appointed Monday the 23rd day qfJa•
nuary next, for the hearing of me and my
croditors v at the Court-house in the borough
of Gettysburg, where you may attend ifyou
December 13, 1831. - 4t-36
Afblice. is hereby Given;
rtiO ALL persons concerned, that the
final Account ofJohn Aulabatsgh and
Martin Clunk, Trustees of THOMAS
HARRISON, is filed in thoPrnthonotary's
Office of Adams County, and will be con
firmed at the Sit adjourned Court 'to be
held at Gettysburg, n the 27th of Decem
ber inst., if no objections:
• • GEORGE WELSH, Pit,th'y,
December 0, 1 . 831. • • att,L3s
, A ' • •
wriarifiangr .siate Zeitteri — •,,
No. 10 # Fine:lo4 . ! - ' . '.. .
To be drawn . in Baltimore 11,1TRX
DAY, the 29th jail •' '` •
1 prize of 106,000 I 2 , •
1 _ 1,100 1 2
1 . ' SOO 4
1 SOO 8
1 300 ' 2,000
2' 150 10,000
2 • 100 1
12,025 Prizes amounting , to $60,0004.
HALF TICKET, s2—grAaTsit, $l.
Offices, A. W. corner - of Baltimore and Wood
N. W. corner of Baltimore and Gay, N. B. car'•
ner of Baltimore and Charles-sts.
ELF'Where the highet4 prize in the recent State
Lotteries bas been oftener sold than *tatty cam'
iiiftbes ! ! !
ID - Orders, either by mail (postpaid) or. private
conveyance, enclosing the cash for prizes, will
"mt.ettlte same prompt and punctual-attention, se
if personal application. Address to
LotterY Vender, Baltimore.
December 6, 1831. td-35
The •Inierican Farmer,
ANEAT W,EEKLY PAFERitin qUar.'
to form, Edited by Gunton Silas, is
published in Baltimore, Md., by I.
Hitchcock, at $5 per annum. -
It is devoted exclusively to Agriculture,
rt icUlt ure and Rural. Domestic and Doa
mestic Economy. It contains also every
week the Prices Current in the - commerir
cial aria'commen markets, of the principal
commodities which Farmers want to buy or .
sell, and such intelligence, Foreign aixi
iireirreTallirinreeithirtlythirm; with re—
gard to the current value of their produce..
CONTENTS OF NO. 39, VOL. 18.
On Planting (from the Library of Useful Know
ledge) continued; Modes lof Transplantingp Slit
Planting, Holing or Pitting, Trench Plentingouul
Furrow Planting—The Crops: in the Scioto Valley
Ohio—Proceedings of the Massachusetts Horti
culture Society—On the culture of the Peat; with'
lists of Summer,Autum, and Winter Pears—
Gooseberries—ew Species of - EhrtTree I
Stopping Vines from Bleeding-Frideriek Conn
ty • Silk—Fattening Swine—Pumpkin, Bread—
Curing Pork—Wood--Difference of liniate ha
the Eastern and Western Shores of a Climate—
Flannel next to the Skin—American System Os;
—Editorial, A Farm School for the Poor; _Cow...
peas; Cultivallbn of Indigo in Florida;. Shorthorns
as Milkers—Foreign Markets—PriceS Cturent,
in New York and Bahimore—Advortiseusents.
(It:TThose who wish to see the Amnesia
Farmer, with a view to subscribinip kr it,
may address the publisher by mail,thee
of postage,) who will send a specimen of the
work containing terms,&c. for examination.
All postmasters are agentb for the work.
December 13, 1831.
CHI H 11IA.KING I
House and Sign Painting, &c.
The subscriber respectfully infinnis the ci-
tizens of Gettysburg and" its
THAT lIR HAS OPENED A MOP,
In Chamberaburg Street, nearly opposit
Mr. Forry's Tavern,
FOR HANUFACTUREW AND RHFAIRIRO
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
House and Sign Painting,
TC . IIWI•VG,
OF ALL KINDS,
Neatly &expeditiously executed at pit times.
As he has just commenced kaasinesa_
on reasonable terms, to merit and receive
libeivali pule - patronage.
WILLIAM C. MARTIN.
November 29, 1831. . • tf-84
TO MY CRIMATORS.
WAKE NOTICE, that I have applied
to tha e ludges of the Court ofCommon
Pleas of Aaams County, for the benefit of
the Insolvent laws, and that the said Judges
have appointed Tuesday the 27th of Decem
ber inst. for the hearing of me and my credi
tors, at the Court-house in the Borough of
Gettysburg, where you may attend if you
think proper. '
December 0, 1831.
CAME to the plantation of the
tier, in Cumberland township ; Adams
. , „ ; 1 - 1 county, some time histAriontl!, 2
'1!,,t, 11 ' 11 7 , 1 COWS ; one of • them ;Partly
cillipif t ; white, with a few rO-sisatiri—
the other red, with whits (its
on her forehead; short tail, apparently bees
vy with Calf. The owner is desired•lncome
forward; prove property, pay charges and
take them away.
Aieeinber 6, 1831. . 4t-36
The Editor of the Star 0411 give
the presenrYotatne • of the
"SATURDAY, COURIER,' neatly bound,
to the Author or the best "Nete•Fimee Ait•
&vs.'," The A. der si to,,te deliimad by
the 24th instant.
oTo the /Pritatiseg
/II wanted, imewodiatetytAit.t
TO HE HAD AT