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Frtm the Pennsylvanioilnqinrcr.
Feb. 15. In the Senate to-dav, a number o
petitions were presented against the premature
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ssp.il hv tho Lorislature. authorisinjr the loan
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c bosom of your benelactor. and stick to par-
aud vow never to REFORM.
JJj3 Alluding to the next Presidency, Col.
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" With the feelings now abroad through the
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H come. 1 he evidence to sustain this ODin-
flowmg in upon us from every quarter, is
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i.cunr io ucsuibi. ine sieentrin oi narnson :
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the re-election of Mr. Van Buren. The
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fl t)lftV Will H minpfl "Natt "VTrt-lr ttrilt rrr-
Harnson by 15,000. Mark that, Mr. Ritche.
r iinnni nv hvr Lmiiisann. ann iniiiF.ia.
ten. Set down these Mr. Ritche. ATe:
d set flown unfln the same side half a score
other statesr which wiill aid to elect him by
Tlip.sft jirftrfJiB vifiurs of nnnnrtirar.. but nf nnft
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me coolest ana clearest neaas in tne country.
truth is the enthusiasm with which the
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soldier. I hey all knew htm to be ponu-
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' We candidlv coincide with the Com-
cm as iiib pruspecis. i,uey suuzu tu
ua.il vviin ine nrnTrr.Q ri i mp.s.
FROM TEXAS AND MEXICO.
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ey furnish little news of importance:
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wliwio icuf.cu iiuiii i uu ami 1 1 uuj ill cjii-
make mention of an expedition being fitted
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entc. I he object of the expedition is, no
ht. 1(1 nroiftr.t Ttmnrns frmn tht n:cnii!l nf
Federalists. Both Houses of Congress
e voted for the adoption of the Common
w of England, as the basis of the system of
sprudence to be reared m Texas. A British
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to ba the bearer ot despatches from the
tish iTnvnrninftnL 1 he naners anntiunnn th
tinn nt riirinml Kth Hnnstnn n; ATninr
eral of Texas. X he state oi business and
0 ; tnvne rAinainod without alteration
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e previous advices. We hare also dates
Mexico bv way of Havana. An extras,
the Vera Cruz "Journal of the 28th Dec.
s an aacount of the formal landing from a
nish ship of war of Don Angel de la Barca,
ister Plenipotentiary of her Most -Catholic
esty, near the government oi tne Mexican
ubhc, and of his subsequent arrival at the
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Jiai. a lernoie eenuarauon occurreu m
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the editor complains loudly that the au
ities take no steps to prevent their frequen
The Mexican editor of the Liario, informs
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xprcsses its sympathies in favor of theTex
, and makes odious comparisons unfavora-
to the Mexicans, without distinction of de-
. or coior.
ampico, Dec. 22. Huzzah for the great
xtition, from Acapnlca to the Sabine, from
Cruz to California.
From Matamoras. Last evening about 100
ans and people from the neighborhood, pre
jd thcmsolves at the stale house, 4and form
company of infantry, to defend their pro-
f ' and the integrity of the soil, against tne
J r eaorul si l exian auarcmsts." : i
Stevenson said that he had tone over the bil
before the committee and remodeled it entirely
If his colleague Mr. Brown, would allow him
to withdraw the amendment to the bill that he
had oflered when last before them, he would
move a substitute he had drawn up, to the whole
bill. Mr. Brown withdrew all opposition to the
course his colleague desired, but without mdt
eating his own course as to the substitute pro
Mr. Stevenson then moved to amend the bill
by striking out all after the enacting clause, and
msertinsr the substitute presented by him. At
this staae of the proceedings, Mr. Bell moved
that the committee rise. After some discussion
the bill together with the substitute, was refer
red to the committee on Banks, when the mo
tion was carried.
Mr. Stevenson, chairman of the committee
on banks, asked leave to report, which being
granted, the substitute which (he had offered
to the bank bill, was presented as the report of
that committee, made the first order for Mon
day next, and ordered to be printed. The Se
Listen to a veteran. Col. M'Kune a ve
teran of the last war, residing in Muskingham
county, Ohio, in a letter to the editors of the
Zanesville Gazette in regard to the seise of
Fort Meigs, sa3's : ' In the first atiack of the
British upon Fort Meigs in 1813, the Ameri
cans fought outside the fort. I commanded ai
one of the gates of the fort, and personally help
ed General Harrison over the pickeis,and saw
him commanding his men in person and on foot,
regardless of the most imminent danger.'
Such evidence as the foregoing, is sufficient
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Do. do. do. on Wild Cats, HI 1.87a
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Do. do. do. on Crows, 63
Bridge completions and repairs.
Work, lumber, &c. for building bridge (
over Brodheads Creekat Stokes' Mills 298,89
Adam Kunkle for repng. bridge -m Ross
David Gregory for putting plank on bridge
over Wild Creek,
John Kunkle for putting plank on bridge
at Kunkle Town, 6:42
William Huston for plank and repairs
at bridge at Kunkle Town, ' 3,00
John Boys for building bridge at Cotants
in full in Stroud Township 90,10
Do. do. for 80 feet of plank, ! 60
William Eylenberger for building bridge
over Cherry Creek, and extra work, '02,7
Jacob Henry for 1000 feet of Bridge
plank delivered at Stroudsburgh, ,10,00
Francis J. Smith, for work and lumber !
at Ransbury's bridge, 32,04
Jasper Cotant for work done at Cotant's '
oseph Hauscr, plank on Smithfield bridge: 75
Charles W. Landers for plank and re
pairs at bridge over Marshall s Creek, 5,64
oseph A. Brown, for building and abut
ment under bridge at Cotants,
ohn Moyers for repairing abutment un
der bridge over Cherry Creek,
oseph A. Brown for buildidg bridge and
extra timber, at K'crrs in Stroud town
Daniel and John Zimmerman, Timber
and repairs done at bridge over Mar
shall Creek in Smithfield, 75,98
Henry Fenner putting plank over Pencil's
oseph Rinker for repairing abutment un
der bridge over Kestle s Creek m Ross
" " 'John O'Conner, fixing
spout on court house, 75
3- " HenryYoung,handcuffa
Sot county jail, ? 1,75
" " Robert 'Brown, wood
for court house and jail, 5,00
' " Joseph S. Teel, sher
iff, balance after deducting fines -and
jury funds for summoning
" " Silas L. Drake, mak-21,75
ing boxjtp bell at courthouse, 1,00
'Edward Brown, wood,. 4 ,00
" " "Henry Smith, do. 7,50
' " Jolin Weitzell, cutting
wood at court house, 75
" " HenryHamman's as
signs, books for county, 10,00-188,36
Amount paid to Joseph Fenner,
late Treasurer, errordjin last
statement, jT 50,00
Justices fees in the following Crim
inal cases :
Commonwealth vs. Abm. Butz, 1,55
Same vs. John Miller, 64,00
Same vs. Isaac Bisbing, . . 1,91
Same vs. John Pennel, -'.sl,!
Justices fees for swearing County
umcers ana making out certifi
cates and swearing Commis
sioners and Sheriff, 2,t)0
Treasurer's commissions on re
ceiving 1-2 per cent, 4595,15 3-4 V. . Q
Do. do on paying out do. 4595,15. 3-4 .) '
Balance due to the County of Monroe,,
by Andrew Storm late Troasurer,' 175,83
Examined and allowed tho twenty-third day of
January, 1840. . - 1 '
Rich'd S. Staples, ;
Simeon Siioonover- !
Jos. Kemmerer, "
John C. Bush, '..''
Statement of the amount of Duplicates for the jrear 1839, with the ExonT
erations, commissions ana payments up to tne yaa ot January, lo40, and
the balances due that day.
Dupl's. Exon's Corn's Paym'nts Balances.
to refute volumes of slander proceeding from
fireside heroes, who never smelt gunpowder, or Joseph Kunkle for building bridge in
were within hundreds of miles of danger in Ross township, 35,00
the course of the last war. Lawrence Surfass, repairing bridge in
C lfistnnt h 1 21.50
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i ue wreicneu condition oi tne poorer classes rOSGnh Kunkle for building bridge in
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in r ranee, is leauing mem into many excesses. Hamilton township, 53,00
A Storm hauling and work at Korr's bridge. 9,34
.Monroe County SSatessseiat foi
ANDREW STORM, Treasurer, 2 Amount paid for laying out Road and
account with the Lounty oj Monroe:
To cash received from the following collectors :
An account of taxes received in 1836, 24,94
Do. do. 1837, 268,75
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Recapitulation of the following statement :
Years Balances and Quotas. Exonerations. J Commissions. Payments. Arrears.
1830 309,03 24,04 284,14
1837 857,32 5,87 9,70 208,75 573,00
1838 2,728,64 1,G22,36 1,106,28
Balance due to the County of Monroo
by the late Treasurer, and paid over
to Andrew Storm,
To Tnd-mption-inpnoy-,en.,tJi, following,
tracts of imseated lahds purchased
by the County and since redeemed
by the owners, viz :
Chesnuthill township, Christian Heck
enwelder, 436 acres 4 perches,
Fines in the following criminal cases :
Commonwealth vs. William Snyder,
Same vs. James Vanawman,
Bridge views in different townships, 202,00
Expenses for General Elections in
Pocono Township, 11,70
Ross. do. 13.60
1838, 1622,36 Middle Smithfifild townshiW. 11.40
1839, 2082,18 price townshin. ' 1.60
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Stroud townshin. 11.00
ojuo,o James H. Walton for services as Clerk
1200,48 Statement of balances due by Collectors on the 10th day of January, 1839,
as settled by Auditors, with the exonerations, commissions, and pay?
ments, and the balances due the 23d day of January, 1840,
Townships. Balances Ex's Com. Payments Arrears.
on return day, - ,2,00
John Shoemaker for makintr retumn in
576,87 Northamnton Co..
Cash paid to Supervisors, viz.
To Supervisors of Price township, 67,26
" " of Tobyhanna, paid to
Aaron B. Drishbaugh, 190,00
" " " paid to Peter Mer
To supervisors of Coolbaugh, paid to Pat
rick M'Dolaiij 5,52
Middle Smithfield; 16,00
John Pi ice for attending Appeal from
Geo.T. Mackey and Geo
Michael Brown, 3
iJacuu Hc-olci . -
James Tur penny,
Price, ' 15,25
Middle Smithfield, - 28,00
1838;Andrew L. Storm,
Daniel E. Labar,
Chestnuthill, 64,28 f 24,94 39,34
Hamilton, 59,95 59,95
Pocono, 68,71 63.71
Tobyhanna, 77,95 77,95
Stroud, 38,19 33,19
309,08 1 24,94 284,14
Stroud,.. . 48,15 48,15
Middle Smithfield, 13V4 . . S8.00 92,84
rooynannarr' ' " ' G3,39 .63,39
Chestnuthill, " 164,38 55,00 109,33
Hamilton, 255,56 126,00 129,56
Ross, 90,38 90,38
Smithfield, 84,30 45,00 39,30
Pocono, 20,32 5,87 9,70 4,75
, 857,32 5,87 9,70 268,75 563,00
Price, 81,19 55,00 26,19
Stroud, 535,75 494,66 40,79
Coolbafch, 5,55 5,55
Pocono, 154,07 ' 4.,00 106,07
Chestnuthill, 345,29 ., 103,00 242.29
Hamilton, 310,84 115,00 195,84
Smithfield, 377,66 287,93 89,73
Middle Smithfield, ' 215,23 116,20 99,03
Ross. 494,46 - 346,72 147,74
Tobyhanna, 208,60 50,00 158,60
..2,728,64 1,622,36 1,106,23
Adininistfalion of Justice.
Pay and milage of Grand Jurors, 321,25
Do. do. of Petit Jurors, 633,51
Co?npensatio?i to Commissioners.
Henry Fenner, in full, 82,50 i
Edward Postens in part 114,00
Joseph Kemerer, ' 84,00
Fees drawn by Clerk of the Session
and Common Pleas, Saili'l Snyder, 9,17
Do. do. do do. John Keller, 62,04
Peter W3'ckoff fees for rendering ser
vices as Commissioners' Clerk, 83,00
Constables attending Courts and mak-
, ing returnsj UU,73
Constables and witness fees in the
following criminal cases, viz :
Common v.ealth vs. Abraham Buttz, 1 8,1 6
Sanie vs. John Fenner, 2,1G,
bame vs. Jasper Cotant, 33,32
Same vs. Isaac Bisbing 16,30
Same vs. Francis J. Staples, 13,17
Same vs. Johu Miller, 4,80
Same vs. James Vannaman, 59,60
Same ys. Oliver D. Stone. 45,86
Court Crier, cleaning Court House,
Jail, arid boarding prisoners, &c.
William P. Hallock, - 70,03
hiquisilions on Dead Bodies:
Holding inquisition on the body of 'John
Lacos, found in the river Delaware, 17,42
County Printing by James Raferty.
Publishing proclamation, Jury Lists
and Trial Lists for the several Courts, 37,25 1
Receipts and expenditures of Mon
roe County, 50,00
Six quires of County Checks, G,00
Three do of Assessors Blanks,
Advertising notice of day of appeal, 1,25
Notice to Collectors, - .2,00
bhenlrs -proclamation of General
Amount paid td Auditors for auditing
account of .Monroe County, 1838i
Aniount refunded to Michael Brown,
Collector, as overpaid on Duplicates
1836 and '37,
Amount paid Charles Hawk, door
locks for County offices, 11,00
" Edward H. Walton for
chairs and repairing locks, 19,50
" Charles Postens, wood
for court house and jail, 3,00
" " Rdbert Brown, do: 3,00
1 " Henry Smith, do. 4,60
" John Boys, 1 lock, 1,00
" " Adam Hoofsmith, com
pensation for damages byroad go
ing through his lands, 15,00
" " Charles Musch, "mak
king case for county office, 4,00
" " James H. Walton, for
procuring the assessors' names
to certificates lo the State Trea
" " Charles Drake, for car
penter work done at court house, 1 ,00
" " Samuel Gunsaulus,
wood for court hoyso, 2,25
" C. R. & J. V. Wilson,
1 lock for court house, 1,00
Amount of checks out and uu-
paid at last settlement, 12,04
Amount paid to Stogdell Stokes,
candles, locks, &c. 2,38
" " Henry Jordan & Co,
iron for jail, 94
" " St2M Brown,storo
bill from June', 1838, to Sep.
13,1839, - 40,69 ,
, " . " Peter Young, 1 pair
hopples for jail, 4,50
The Auditors also annex the following orders
for which checks have not yet been present
ed for paymsnt,
108, James Van Buskirk, for
wood for Co. Jail, 2,50
110, Robert Brown, for road
185, George Greens week, for
tho General Election
Expenses for Chesnut
1 87, Sam'l Bond, do. Tobyhanna, 15,00
188, Wm.Madden, do. Coolbaugh, 14.60
i89, Adam Brutzman, do. Smith
field, . 9,80
192, Henry Werkhiscr, do. Ham
196, James Rafierly, for county
198, James Raferty for printing
election roturms, 7,00
226, Joseph Addison Brown, for
adding extra work at Kerr's
227, Andrew Storm for laying
Annual Assessment, 15,25
245, John Melick, for making
Commissioners' and Sher
iff's Seals, 3 12
246, Joseph Kunkle, 'balance on
' building bridge in Hamilton, 34,00
248, William M'Manners, work
at sash for Court House, 37
Witness our hands at Stroitdsburgh, Monroe
County, this 23d day of January, A. D. 1840.
RICH'D L. STAPLES,
SAM'L REES. :
X HE Sheriff, Commissioners and County Trea
surer, will attend at Stroudsburg, on Saturday'ol "
every week, and may be seen at their reapectivs
offices between the hours of 10 o'clock, a. ai. and
3 o'clock, p. m. on said days.
February 21, 1840.
The subscribets, auditors for the County of
Monroe having carefully examined tho accounts
I of the County Treasurer and other County of
ficers, and all .books, papers, vouchers, &c. re
lating thereto do certify, that we find the same
correct as above stated, and that the balance
due the Comity of Monroe from Andrew Storm
late Treasurer of said County, isono hundred
land seventy-five dollars eighty-three and a
quaftey cents. io,od i-i
Y VIJ&TUE of a writ of Venditioni Ex
ponas to me directed, will be exposed to
Public Sale, on Saturday the 14th day of March
next, at 2 o clock, r. AI. at the Court House in
this Borough, tho following propertytSriz-': iA cer-'
tarn tract of unseated or unimproved land, sttute
in the township of Lackawaxen, in the County lofU
Pike, and State of Pennsylvania, surveyed in the?
name of Mordica Roberts, numbered on the Com
missioners Book of Pike County, "seventy-one, (71)
containing four hundred and thirty -one acres or
thereabouts, with the appurtenances.
Seized and taken in execution as the property
of Alexander Graves, at the suit of John Westfall,
against said Alexander Graves-, and to be sold by
J. M. HELLER, Sh'ff,
Sheriff's Office, Milford, Pa., )
February 17th, 1840. J
THE Co-partnership heretofore existing06,
tween the subscribers trading under tKo'firm
of STOLL & BRODHEAD, is this day dissolved
by mutual consent- The business of the late firm
will be settled by either of tho subscribers, either
being duly authorized to settle the same.
ALBERT S. STOLL,
JOHN 11. BRODHEAD.
All persons indebted to the firm of Stoll & Btpd. .
head are particularly requested to make settla
ment on or before the first day of April next." if
ALBERT S. STOLE;..
JOHN H. BRODHEAD
Milord, Nov. 14, 1839. -