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destined 40 becomen great sour,T_ of wealth [Alexandria, . the bearer of finnan, by
to the State itself; by creating a revenue! which This ,highnesa officially adeords
Which is annually augmenting, and Mehemet Ali the hereditary possession of
.form's one of those natural aid exhaustless Egypt. ' • - '
resources that will Stand by' : her in' all I !•"On the 14th of the same month Mehe
emergencies, and contribute largely to re- met Ali restorell - the Turkish fleet."' •
trieve her from present.diffie,ulties.. ..Penn , j Upon
,this important intelligence, the
sylvania, backed , by . her coal mines, 'enjoys Meniteur.comments in these termims! •
a greatercertainty of (inure greatness. - thatiq ".The simple mention of the dates is
though she possessed all the rich inine - s,of .. . e ufficient to show that this act of the Pa-1
Peru.—Philadelphia • • Ishaw has been entirely - spontalleous on his
----tee I part, since he. was then ignorant of the'
gard to him.""
Arrival of Ike 'Britannia.
".On the nther'side, the despateh of the
rumity-Eight Days Later from Europe: firinan
. 6y :time Sultan preceding.. by two
The Steamer Britanniaerrived at Boston days the restoration of the fleet, proves
:it:mimic they • acted with
en the .1,2•11 nit. after a very boisterous pas-
that at • Constant .
sage: of • 17/. days. She 'brings' dates to sincerity and good "f
Februaay 4th.. • "It is the cliAtoclrr of telm J,wo events we
DEBATES AND PROCEEDINGS ',IN8"" mice whichgives them above all im- -
- • j portaimee. • We -nap conclude from' them,
. • • ..-- 4 that all ~the 'difficulties which disturb the
• . OFF,NiNG OF TIIF SESSiON. • pence of the East are "definitively-settled,'
The . Queen . opened Parliament in person • and as the peace of theiwbole..of,Europe
on Tuesday.• She reached the - 41ouse'of ; Was connected with the solution 'of these.,
Lormla about two o'clock; and was 'there diet eu rii ee ,. the news -w..hich-has arrived.
received by the. Lord . Chancellor, Lord.; w ill •b e received. every "where-• witle the!
Melbourne, and the other Great Ollicers,of•i•greatest_interest." • .
the Crown.. The Afessagee.bas_illd following:
__Aftor_rebing:,_lter „Majesty took her seeti..--"'Phe•Sultan -has . geanted Mehemet Ali
on-the throne; .and Prince Albert occupied' the, hereditary investiture" of . the,"pashalic
la. Chair Of •state, placed `lee'"hhn at. the '.of Egypt.- •
• Queen's left hand. . ••
- . • "Oct"O the dm tif-lativary the Ottoman .
'I he House of-Gem-216ns was suininonedi. •
, „ steamer Taira-Bahr' left ConstantinoPle,
and. in considerable numbers, tile •E . evoy:nf
the -- ,Speakee; appeared, belop •
Therr the Lord. ChaeCellor., kneeling at !m tructions, together with a hattischeriff,.
Me foot of the throne, presented a coli'y off , .
dated the same ear, conferring on the Pa
the. following Speech; which Was read by I•sita the I meret nary possession-of Egypt.•-,---
the Queen in a distinct yoice. • -
+'P his vessel probably reached . Alexandria
"MY Lords and,Gentleinen—l, have the .
on the ,• .„ • • •
. J r y. -
satisfaction .to receive from% Foreign Pow- i -
drY man - fences of their friendly disposition,
and of their earnest • desire to. maintain
peace; • . . • •;
•' , "The posture :of affairs in :thp I•evant,
'had long-been a cause of uneasiiiess - and
source of danger to the general tranquility.
With a View to avert the: evilaivimich a con
tinuance of that slate'of. things Was,
.lated to• occasion,l concluded with the Em- -
peror of. Austria, the Kink of Prussia, the
Emperer,of the. Sultan,. a. con.••_,
vention intended to effect a - prick of'
the Levantt to maintain time integrity and'.
independence of-the Ottoman Empire; and
thereby to, aflO - 4-,additional-eecurimyto -the
•peaceof;Europe. - .. ----.
"I-;have tlii:s- - on-1
vetitioii'shiill be laid before you.
"I rejoice to be able to inform you, that
the measures Whieh , have beenadopted in
execution' of these engagements have
attended with "signal -success; and I trust
that the objects which the contracting par
.. tic's had in viers are .on the. eve-of being
. • "In,,,the,course of these, transactions, my
. naval' forces have co-operated witioliese oil
the Emperor oft Austria, and 'with the land
_arid sea forces of the S'ultan, and have dis
played upon all occasions their accustomed
gallantry and Skill. • .
"Having' deemed it necessary to send to
• the coast of China,- and for indignities: of-- !
fered to an agent of my crown, I at - the.
same time- appointed Plenipotentiaries . to
treat upon these matters with. the. Chinese
• Government..-: , •
. . last
plenipotentiaries were by the last
accounts in negotiation' with the Govern
' rnenrof 'China; and it will lie a source of
much gratifleation•to me if that Govern
ment shall be induced by its own sense of
justice to bring these. matters to a speedy
settlement by aneMicable .arrongemetrti
"Serious differences have arisen between
---- 'Spaireend -- Pertrigal - caboutthe . execution of
a treaty concluded by, those Powers in
.1835, for regulating the navigation of the
Douro. Ilut...both_paities. have _accepted
my mediation, and I hope to be able to ef
fect a reconciliation between them upon'
terms honorable to both. •
"I have concluded with the Argentine
Republic and with' the Reptiblie of Hayti
"treaties for the suppression of the slave
. trade, Which I4Save directed' to - be laid be
"Gentlemen of the House of Commons
—I have directed, the Estimates of the year,
to be laid' before you„ . „. •
"However sensible of the importance of
adlieritiettr . principles-or:economy, I
1 - feel it to be my duty to -recommend. that
atlegu_ate provision be made for the exi
gencies of the public service. .
"My Lord and Gentlemen—Measures
will be submitted to' you. without ,delay,
which' have for their object the more speedy
_and - effectual
. administraticin of. ustice.—..
The vital importanceof 'this subject _ is suf-,
--Imcierit=to , insurelor-it-y_onr,early-and-mest•'
s . erious . conSideration.
..k'phe.powers of the Commissioners ap
pointed-under the Act forth* Amendment
of the Laws relating to . the Poor 'expire at'
the termination of the present year. feel
assured that yOu.wilf earnestly direct your
attention to enactments which so deeply
• concern the interests of the community.
"ltis always with entire,sonfitlenee that]
rrecurto theed Vice and . assistance of my
• Parliament. my 'reliance upon
your wisdom; "loyalty, and patriotism; and
I humbly 'implore of 'Divine" flovidente,l
that all' your councils may. be so.directed•l
ns to. advance the great iiiterests,of mora
. lity and .religion, to preserve peace, andetim'
• . promotebyenlightenq legislation•the•
faro and • happiness . of all' "classes Of *my
• snbjects." •• „ ,
The'House Of Lords re-asserohled at 5,
Lord'•Ducie moved the. theestial
Addresst• Which; exception 'of .a.
,paragraph congratithitilig . `the . :, Queen upon
. the birth 'of the PrinceseßoYal; was a mere
'echo, Orthe !Speech: - •
EXTRAORDHSARr_EXPRESS• , - -
• •',.• PROM PARt
f past 2 -
• ; ,
.Hereditary_ Investiture :of Egypt
granted to, gehemer.l2li.—WO:iiihyO•thig
triorOani-,Meeived,: by•m extraordinary ex-.%
• , • press, the Paris
The Moniteur putliaPe" the' following:'
"We:have.. • eceived
:petals 'of the Austrian Embassy,' intelli••
.. „ : _,lo6o44)46,ptiTtinc'e from tice:Eiot.,
i . . -- 1 - i, - "Oilllo . V3ll'Oft • Siinuary - loite . .: of the4of , ,!
tli); loft Clooitantirixiple for
country is . truly, lamentable; it was never
much worse. in the ibiden Ilays of ;Tom
Steele the Pacificatar in,thief—norin the
most hale Yen weather' of Normanby the
Tranquilliser General-Carlow and Wiek-.
low ate' herrassed with threatening notices;
in the former, levelled 'against the landlords
and. the tenants whii supported them et 'the
late election—in the latter!agajnst the con
tractors for building the„ istrict workhouse
for • the poor,' We have also the accent - it
of a 'marder ,y perpetrated in the county of.
Kilkenny4... mysterious. reports.
are in .circulation, touching the death of e
priest, the Rev. William Downes; of Pat
, rickswell, in the county 61,-Limerielc„. who
is now supposed.to'have been led into am
bush and barbarously mtird.ered by - Some .
'.miscreants of .his own . persuasion, whose
crimes he had denounced (`rem the altar.
'An Unfortunate accident occurred at Bou
logne on the 15th
• Jae:. The. French
steamer from London to Boulogne not be- I
ing able ta enter the . harbor on. account of
. go ashore in a boat with•the mail
• - bags i •and among the rest an American na
med Webster, of Virginia,: unfortunately
'the boat Swamped, and Mr. Webster was
-- 'Phe -Caledonia arrived out. in. 11 days
passage - front
-PREPARATION-Thel : Brigtari ,Gazette.
says,thearmyls.to be increased to 'the, ex
tentbf 10,000 men, and that an addition to
to be made to the marines. 'At Portsmouth
the ship Indus 84, Tweed 20 .guns, are
equippin b ir. T here is the • same activity . in
• the public establishments as heretofore,,
!several large ships are rapidly approaching
Ico letio - for eommissiori.
lIE • SULTAN AND TILE QUEEN.—The
distinguished circle of the Court,•says the
• London Observer, has been greatly inter
ested within the.last few days by. an inci
dent CT rather a peculiar and pleasing,' des•
criptiort--namely the -receipt:mi. - a . " letter_
of felicinition".from the young. Sultan Ab
ide!. JVledjid to Her .Majesty the 'Queen, .9n,
'the •oecasion:ol the birth of the Princess
Royal., We are assured that this epistle'
is.quite - a geni-of •Oriental rhetoric ; mid
r -rare-specimen-of-the -flowery_eloquence so
- p - e - culiar -to Al -- E zist -- . --• The - letter alinet
three . feetin length by four or five - inches
in width.. It is written in very beautiful
chnracter, small, but extremely...-distinct,
-end- evidently - done-with - - greavr, - Cart;' — in
the margin is-the -autograph
. of the Sultan,
aii anunteration of all the titles:of-"the
Most High and very - Powerful Seigneur"
width • have appertained to his Highness'
predecessors from time immemorial. :The
paper is• of line quality,, resembling .but
superior .te vellum, and with a fine. ena
mel on itssurface. The letter was enclos•;
ed in an envelope and. scaled with the ar
morial bearings of the Sultan.' The whole
was enclosed in a rich sachet (p. small bag
, . .
similar to a lady's reticule): of crimson sa
tin, elaborately embroidered :with-silk-and
gold, and to Which were attached a cord
and tassel of bullion of the most recherche.
FIRE IN I.ONDON.—AbOUt half past 10
o'clock On the morning of the 2d inst. one ; •
of the most destructive fires -which has oc
eurred itrLondon for - soMe years past broke.
out in the premises. formerly belonging to
the eeeebtated--M r. -Lachingten,' bookseller,
in Finsbnry. place, North. Finsbury square,
but since that period occupied by Messrs.
Painter, cabinet makers: 'Estimated extent
of damages, .225,000.
• Tuilloon have also suffered much from
the unusual severity of - the - winter in Eng
land and Scotland. Many persona died •
from'cold and famine in London,. and ver•
'diets lievC been - rendered, - "Died from 'the
want of the common necessaries of life.",
Gazette .of the Ist inst., after alluding to.
some intelligence front this country, - says:
"Mr. Van Buren has erected fat himself a
monutrienCeoniiposed of the financial diffi
culties and political and territorial perplexi
ties of his. - country, which, we trust, will
long serve as .a mark to teach succeeding
Presidents• to, 'avoid. the vices and false the
ories. by Which his Administration has
! been - alloyed and guided throughout:" • e
ABDICATIONS AND RENUNCIATIONS. - -Tho
Augsbnrg Gazette - states•that Don Miguel
mas-on-the- -- --point - oFrenouncingliis -- pre- - -
tensions_ to; the throne of Portugal.. . Ile,
would continue .to reside in Rome, !with - ,
110 - 3 - tille — a - Mtesty and - Piditairef - Bregalci:.
za, and-would enjoy a portion of the-rev-,
enuee ofilie - Property he possesses •in Por
tugal, but.-of whiCh the Portugueie Gov•
I ernment would retain the -administration.
-authority, that -Meheinet-Ali intended - to --
atullitobably - in favor 'of ill
' Sin AS LEY COOPEII.—The.tiOIIIOD pa
pera mention that ' Sit Aatley Cooper,. the
celebrated Surgeon, ' is.labOring under a se
vere attack of illness,which excites the
most serious - apprehension's - O.I'IAB friends.
SWITZERLAND. — An alert - Wing insurrec
tion' his broke' out in , Solent° Argocria, -- in
consequence - of , thseedoption of-_-,am_eons
tien,'which gave diasetisfaetion to a party,
composed principally - of the Catbolies. - ,
fin Argovia;had I de
• creed' the Suppreesion of •all monasteries:
Mr. Charles-Kemble's health is erds - il? ? tvithin 'the jurisdiction of 'the ea ton •
re,establiehodi. Mid's Ellen Tree is '.said rritNANDO PO,. 11:Ith Nov.—The steam
to be mottled to Mr. Charles Kenna.- Ethrope, Beacroft, arrived. here to-day.,
:The young Princestr'of.raiglancliwas to from'the•Niger.' • She had penetrated into
tie , christened on .‘the 10th .instant. - - The the interior near Lever, only a 'short dirt-,
Kidg , al the' -Belgians, 'the Duke . .of Saxe tance front Boussa, and' tbei.higheat
(..leherg" . ."and the Duke op...Sitssex• Were to yet reached.by any. Etiropeen , ressel,, from
be the god-fathers;' and the; Duchess,or 'the Delta' of the' Niger ' whiCh spot'
and Glnueester god-mothers. •• ' ...-
,- the names are said to be Adelaide Vic•.l- M u ego - Park' Wes, drowned,) where - her'
progress-Was stoppel by the iiveitilecom-:
torte Louisa'. It was rumored •thut - on the' it 4 enntraeliti . indobstrticted with .roolte;.
joy fukecesion. Lord.Melboirrne. wotild •66 I BetriteuT Suffered more from storm on.
created-eAarquis . and - Lord - Palmersten 'an" - the 241 Of Jen - tiairi4, ifiiiiirte - spendenkof
Esto're;a- Liverpool Advertiser
(11,11 . ie ; t_hat the
21st bombardment . .
h c ngliah
.tinuarrsays# • "'the ,improveohoW To, Anennitor' SOrtglviis - getting in
Amertenn'trede Continues,, an&the'..•:pticketyiegu e . The LiverPOOl - Stindard-etatee that
ships.)eave, every.. week Urfa tikeeltViit the: Government tea leigthloicided,oci .
Thursday last, .Reseiuei' adopting, iI in=the: Navy.' ..Measures have,
tailectfOr New. York with aifreightarnount•; lineo - takenihit.Continent- for. the cow,'
ingl2 - 7in titer eggrega(ei'. l ot E litgq:',l9/30h,atylitiaeilit several , steamers on this,•prin
11800. • . , stale r ' been :formed
•• From the Dohtiii.Evening Mail Bremen fine . ;,itice.:Coottinetioit,_,Of several
The New Roy . of Exchange.-..Y estei
.day, the works fOr the new building were
put in active progress; and upwards of 150
worlimeo were. eniploye'd, the principal
part of , whom 'had been previously dis-.
missed from the inclemener of -the %yea
ther. Already upwards of two.millions.of
bricks have been - placed on th& grounds to
form.a fauthition. - jr is expected that her
114 , jesty-will-lay the; fOundation-nto.ne-earl)
concrete and .completing the foundation
expires in May. e,WI/0/0 of the • por
_tion of-the-iittericol; except that of the °en : :
Are:' iri a, 141(r:ba,„,ii re lied' over,. fiirininean
extensive_ :series of
_vatil rs, will_ be
let out for difTereitt busiiiess purposes. - It
is, however, in' C"olitetuplation tsi remove
this ulterior portion, which ivill add; at
least,-..one-third to the mass of concrete ,
now being - laid. down by Alessrs. - Welibti,:
the contractors.. - - At the east-end of the
building this is about- 180 feet in lthigth i at
the: west-end 140 feet, and the entire length
- is - about•3oo,feet. • The excavations -have
been made down to the gravel, in ofder to
ensure a solid foundation, and• the sewers
in the neighborhood- have been deepened
I in order to secure proper drainage, that
portion. at the end of. Prince's .street being
made to a depth Or-30 feet,,'-The extra
expense incurred by the commissioners of
seWers „Will, it is expected, exceed .22,000.
The total amount of bricks and-.soil to be
removed, - ,according to' contract, is 30,00.0
cubic yards, and .about 8
~ 000 cubic
-of concrete will . be -required---for--the'-foun
dation. The accumulation of Thames bill- -
last for the latter purpose, in the neighbor
ing streets, renders them: additionally in
convenient to passengers.
Deane of. Me . Jnzirican Consul in
Fi.ance.—Died,' on Sunday evening, Jan.
•31, in Paris, in. the 18th year of his age,
of tjphoid exaustation, after gout, Daniel
'Brent, Esq . :C6l'lsd of the Unifea•States
of America tor Paris, and agent-of Ameri
. General EspM•tero was extremely 'well
received by the natianal.guard of Madrid;•
at the review which. he held of its 'eight
batallions on the 6,1 3 d nit. The - General„
'delighted with his reception, and the fine
appearance of the.ciiiz;en soldiers, deliver
ed to them 'a• patriotic address; which he
concluded by crying7,•‘.`Our national inde
pendence -for ever! Viva la constitu
tion'!"—"Viva la libertad !" which were
re-echoed by the national guards.
The. progressiiia :electors Met, every dair
to discuss the merits of the candidates for
the ne, lec liens r_
Madrid were Messrs. .Corrailici- Beroqut,.
NocedaL and Mendiza4l. •
The Eco del Comercia-announces, un
der the head of Burgos,. the 21st ult., that
Brigadier -Zorbana. had left- chat-city,-for.
Valladolid, with the division of troops un-•
der--his-dommand..---The , -Corresponsa!,-oM
the'other hand, states that the . army of the
occupation of CatOlonia, was then proceed
ing by forced mamtles towards , Castile, '
• The •Olobe of adiz,, of the
meritiOns . that the garrison had =tined,l.
and compelled the city intendant to deliver '
up to the military, authorities the
placed.•in his hands for the public service.
This journal endeavors to excuse the con'-;1
duct.of „the troops, by observing" that they,
Were left l ,' wilhopt,...elothes or shoesend
reducoltaepenrOtf - publie."eubSeriPtiotts
f!ir maintenance. _
. 7i10r1i . 0k.1f::,... - .44.tt: .14:1r,,gpiEsil.t.. : 0.1r 4-
as soon - as they are ready ? they areintend
ed to run regularly between that - city and
New York. . - ,
, Fuom FLORlDA.—Tallahairsee, Feb. 13..
-,Letters from Tampa state, that between
875'and 400 Indians have conic in:, Two
hundred of wele : to'be aliipPed (Alto
'Arkansas on the - ISt inst.r This' looks
if the Indians were beginning to betired
of the useleos ,contest in • which they are
engaged. Should the neirs*of -the coming
in-of-10 -of- the--Micasukie-tribe. be .confir
med, we have little iintilits, but that a few
months will terminate the,lndian" war. • .•
TexAs.—Later dates a Nevi Orleans
brings intelligence that the Texian Con
gress• had ratified the treaty with Great
The offices of Secretary of the' Naiiy•
Poet Master General,'Quarter:Master
neral, and CeiminiSsartGeneral have been
.abolished. , .
Cardinal Transohitis, tnrdinar Prefect
of the -Plb• paganda of Rome, has.addressed
a coinrimnieation td the President testifying
the high regard which the papal authorities
entertain - for - the GoVernment of Texas,
requestingthar the prciperty belonging
to the clatholie . - church. may be_placed ip .
.possession of an agent authorized by the
papal authorities for, this purpose. Presi
dent.Burnet has replied .to this communi
cation, and- stated that-Whenever the pro,
perty claimed can be properly identified,
Congress-Will - undoubtedly .yield ,it to its
rightful owners. This .communication
from Roine . triaybe considered as an indi
rect acknoWledgement of the independence
of. Texas by-the papal grivernment
WisTigs TEXAS.—The schooner Hen
ry, Capt. Auld, arrived at t New Orleans on
the 11. th, inst., from Linville, and other
ports on,Labapa Bay.
: Mr. Robert; Davis, i respectable — met.;
-:chant -"-intonia, • was - robbed and
murdered on. the 22d ult.. near the Rio
Collet°. A Mr.:Diego Taylor, a merchant
of Victoria,had als° been murdered by his
partner, Vm.,Patterson. -- Thejatter, had
been arrested, and was in, prison to await.
...The' weather had been so - excessively
cold on the coast, that . nearly all the ' - cattle
had died. •. The fienry : experienced a hea
vy gale on the 20 inst., fog? .
but,suffer6d — no niaterialdamageo ,
- Fali,m - .411E - Boob:Dim. u ride rstan d
by private advices- from Augusta, that the
Land Agent has decided_to take off the
"civil..posse" from the disputed territory,
and. to leave an agent of the. State to
after the•Jrespasserii;--the Land - Agefit of
141aisachusefts agreeing to pay half of the
expenses_ of the agent who is to be kept
thern. • Mr.• Hamlin: will go to Fort-Fair
field-in -a fe W. days, •to discharge the men
that - have been kept there by GOT. Fairfield.
Theie men have been doing no good to the
State, and have been supported et :in.-ca
pon:se of: probably 550,000 fur the past
NAVAL.—.—The cOrrespondent -
Brooklyn Nevf , e; in a letter dated lbhen,'
Dee. 13th, 1840, says:.
The_ U—S..ship_ . pyane_sailed yesterday
far the United States, via Madeira, and the
coast of Africa, and will arrive in Norfolk
the first week in March. Her junior Lieu
tenant, B. More Dove, was married one
hour before the. ship sailed, to Miss Mar
garet,Mathias of this 'city. He preferred
leaving a bride to a sweetheart, the latter
'being very uncertain creatures. The off:,
cers.of.the squadron: are in fine. health;. as
well as the ladies. EVery - thing is now
going on aboard the 'Ohio, just as if the
officers hid-never been sent houne=all hav,
resumed their former duties. Mrs.
Hull-Was 'retained on board after the Se
cretary's gnat order to land 'her, b 3 'the re
commendation. of the Fleet Surgeoil.
• Sheriff's. Sales,
Y virtue of sundry writs of Venditioni Exponad
UP to sne•alivecteili- issued - out- of- this-Court- of '
Common :Pleas of the county of Cumberland, will
be exposed to public sale, on Saturday the 27th day
of March, 1841, at 10 o'clOck A. Al: of laid day,
nt the Court House in the borough of Carlisle, the
following described Real Estate, viz: •
. A Tract of Land situate in Ninth - Mid..
illeton township, Cuniberlinith. county, containing
Ninety-six acres, more or less, bounded by lands of
Al4hithilieliick,William Baker Hartman,
David Coble anal others, having thereon erected a
largh TWO STORY STONE HOUSE, a 'large
STONE • BANK 'BARN, and "other' out houses.—
Seized and taken in execution as the property -of
Also, A lot of ground situate in the bor•
ough of- Carlisle, bounded by a lot of Jacob Duey
'on the West,Biehardson the - the East, an
the South,-Nortli - street on the North, containing
60 feet in breadth', and 240 feet in, depth, more or
less. Seized and taken in execution as the property
of Robert D. Guthrie, deed. ; •
Alibi -Agra of grourid sitriate in. Monroe
township, Cumberland County, containing one acre,
and • forty perches, more cie less, having thereon
erected, a .Tan 'House, Bark Shade, Blacksmith
;bop, and other .out houses; there are 23 vats and
3 latches in said Tan Yard. • Seized tins taken in
execution as the property oflhonias Williamson.
. Alio; A Lot of arena; situate in the
and•24o feet in depth, more or less, adjoining; 'a lot
of Itufu's E. Shepley, on; lid• rant, an alley on the
:north, a lot of Mrs. Dille on the west, and Louther
btreet on the south, having thereon erected,,a TWO
STORY LOG HOUSE; and other out houses. Selz=
ed arid Oen executioo ad the - prophrty of John
1 - Early. '
Aild 'all to be 'sold by M . N . ., •
PAUL MARTIN, Sheriff.
Sheriff's Office,. 7- • •
Carlisle„Feb. 130841. 53r V - , •
Estate of dlndrew Shower, ,dec'd. ,
LETTERS TEAMEN,TARt on the eattiteof
'Andrew Sho ver, late of, 'West Pennaborough
hawnihip, decetisedi baring Issued to the subscriber
hi due forint Notice is hereby , given 19 all persons
-indebted to the estate of said decedent, to, make
Mediate payment; and thoselutving ola4nti to present
them for settlement..',. - , 4 .
• • - JOHN . ' PIB,IIBMM, 1 - •
Executor of Andrew Shower,dec'& ,
- " - Weetpernisboro' tp. ? -
S . •
" • - - . .Tbetitirge end commndioum Storni
Rouse, now In the occupancy of Mrs:
-Forney, toge ther with nearly twolote
' ground; in Loather street, near;the
sprang; will-, be rented r 9 t one 4esir
onikr any persotkwlibirig tit:view:the pfopery will
call - on eitber ol the subearlineetv, •
GEO. Yz; attEAFFER,7 •
• JACOB - B,IIROM, - *‘ ll /°"•'
u . > ,
• , •
John 'Dunlap Samuel l Eckels .atul Benjamin l'iciter, Esqrs.,Directors of the. Poor and Of the
.' ~lioiisd of Employment . of. Cumberland county, in account -
with , said county; from. the .ist day
.., of January to the :81st day of December, 1840 1 . inclusive, viz:
To atnount . due InstitUtion - aisettlement is 1839. by James Lou- -
don, Dig., Treasurer,. --. ;'s' . - ,•• ' -
--''Amount, - • .
,-- ''Amount"ditiviiifroin•COUntifireasurer,,,-- •
Amount received Of Berke county for t support of Paupers,
do ' do of Perry county do do
• J. IletilebOWer - itil M. Mitchell, (Pensions)" '
Cash per Blacksmith work done by Paupers;
' ' of Martin Meiley, (being •the profits of
• thesissue of Shinplasters voluntarily
" paid to Institution) . • . . 20 00
- • . 1
B. Stiles for use of John Thompson,
Jason W. Eby for use of T. Robinson, 93 03
I. Todd for use of Hannah Dauraon. _ -64. 23
-- J • Hides and Skins of Shroms',lrvin and Kutz, 135-17 k
. ' - ' -. • Isaac Angney for nee of R. Robinson, ' , .5 00
' . . • Fines from . Justices, • 42 97i
,' ' Blankindentures, ' .. . ' - . , .15-40
. .. .
. . Flaxseed, *. .. • — .. ' 900
- --.--- De - ceased Paupersi' • • ' 10 87
• Tallow and Lard, • • '6B 37
.. ' Baskets,._._.... . . .. . ..: 1 i_. ._ '7' 94
' ------• Siberian" Apples, ' -
~ . .. 'Oldiron and Rags, . • . •• 6 isi
• . • Sundries, . . •- . 1 2 - 32
To 'balance du& by Treasayer, (and since paid,over to Jacob ,
Squier, Ear., Treasurer, ' . ' 552 45
Jamcs Loudon, Esq., Treasurer of the Poor House and House of Employment, of said' county,.
in aepountwi,th .the Directors of said Institution, from the ist daY.of January to the ist day_
Co amount-flue at last settlement, - - .-
Reeeived fromeounty Treasurer,
..;_ -•' M. Fisliburn - , Steward, from different
_antireetcks'exhibited in the foregoing.
- - • . ----- statement, • - . •,..
Balance due Institution, (and since paid `over to Jacob Squier,
. Stook : un _Farm..lst January,--4.
0 head or H - iirses, 31 head Olhorn Cattle, 4 - Calves, 6, Breeding Sows, 59 Shoata, 42 Sheep.: _ •
• - • Beef;Pork-Teal and-Mutton fattened and . killed on : Farm s in 1840: , - •
_26 Beeves, average wt. 5201b5. (13511117)s.)41 Hogs, average 200 lbs.(8200 - 1118 — CaliTes, average - --68 — Ihs -- (1,212 - 11354 - 10 - -
Sheep, average 52 lbs. ((990 16.) making in all 23913 lbs. , • 1 • .-= =-
Two narrow wheeled Wagonsl wagon Bed, 1 pair- Wood Laililers,- 2 pair,:lHay Ladders, 2 - Sleds, 1 DearbOuine - and' Har
ness, 1 Cart and Gears, 4 Ploughs, 3 Harrows, 2 Cultivators, 7 WheelbairowS,- . 1 Threshing Machine, 2 Fanning Mills, 2 Log
Chains, 6 sett, of VI agon Gears, 4 sett of Plough Gears, 2 Flax Brakes, 2 sop Carpenters' Tools .1 sett Blacksmith Tools, 1 sett
.variety Butchering Tools, and a ariety of Axes Spades, Shovels, GrubEping Hoes r Higging Irons; Single Trees , DOuble-Trees, Sythes,
Cradies,'Forks, Rakes; &c: and one 'sett oeßlowing Tools. ~ .• - _ - - - '. • -
. ' " --_ Schedule showing the Proceeds of the Farm for 1840: -- • _
935 bushels of Wheat, EOO of Oats, 370 of . CWrni , 2lo of Potatoes, 47 loads of Hay, 5 of Cornfodder, 150 builiele of Applee.l.
36 of Onions, '6 of Seed Onioris,, 30 of Beets, 20 or Parsnips ' 7 of Peas and Beans for sauce, 5 of Toniatoes, 1500 Cucumber - '
Fiche's, 1400 head of Cabbage; 18 barrels o[gooil Cider, 11 barrels water Cider, 160 gallons of Applq . „Butter, 36 lb. of Heckled.,
Flax, 2 bushels of Flaxseed, 1 buShel of Cloire-ffeed.-
436 yards Flancl, 40 of Bagging, 123 Shirts and-Chienese,-88 Frocks, 78 summer- PantLand-Vests, 60-pair of. Stockings knitted ,
40 pair of Stockings footed, made 20 Petticoats, 20 Sheets,•. 52 Aprons, 78 Caps, 10 Chaff-beds, 40 Pillows and Bolsters, 34 bar
rels Of Soft Soap, 138 lbsAiard'Soap.,
MICHAEL FISHBURN, Steward, .'•
MARGARET FISHBURN, Matron. - •
The Directors, &c., of said, county, annex the following exhibit of extra lalibr Sic., performed by the'
Steward, Matron and Paupers, from the ist'day of January to the 81st of December 1840, as follows
27 coffins, 16. bedsteads, 28 pair woolen pantaloons and roundabouts, $43 75 worth of shoemaking, $6O 12 worth of black
smithing, quarried stone for 15 perch stone fence, nade turnpike before the house, weatherboardedccells and horse power shed,•
made 6 troughs to feed cattle, 4 small barn doors, carpenter work for milk house, 4 tables, 6 benches, door in cell entry, 12 spitting
boxes,:scaleframei , a - high - boarded - yfird to keep - insane . paupers; - painted' We — dry house, and 'the the addition to'
the bakeho use, made 3500 rails, — Out.2so cords wood, made 50 bushel baskets, 30 handle baskets and 15 small baskets.
The number of Paupers in the Institution, Ist January 1841, (of which 31 were Colored) are (and 8 otti
Number admitted up , to 31st December, 1840, (of which 14 were colored) 8 out-door Peepers, and, 6, born
in the House, 180
Making the who'd number .through the year,'
Of which 20 died, 15 chili rewbound out, 172 discharged and runaway, 7 out-door. Paupers,
Leaving the number of Paupers in the House let January 1841, (of which 13 were •colored)
Out-door - Paupers - supported at public expense through the year,
Whole number supported Ist Janua,lBlll,l,
Of those remaining in the Poor Ho us e 31strDecember 1;4
There are as near as can be - ascertained, anger one year 5-2 from 1 to 5-1 from 10 to 20— : 5 from 20 to 30-14
from 30 to 40-20.from'40,to 50-20 from 50 to 60-20 from 60 t 0 5.70-12 from 10 to 80-10 from 80 to
We, the Directors of the Poor and of the House of Employ
ment, of Cumherland County, certify the above and foregoing
statement' to - contain a just and trne - exhibit of - the affairs of the
Institution during the period above stated;^accoiding to — the hest
of our knowledge. ,
Given under our hands this Ist day of January, 1841.
13AML. ECKEL% ' Directors.
Mb Orlik 'KW" m,,pw m we t t oo -..., the aides and gable endittiltelmffic en y high to itil': tiousx, . ,
' ' 1 4 ' ' - ' ANDSiirpriitiAiiiiiiv, ,
GAirk,,,asicawl Ql.m-.w.i„,„ .. 'mit covered, and hay waggons- 'to pa 'through the
Glazing : and Paper . L... __Hangingit
say 42 feet in thetlear, to be,c,losely Iveather.
'- I !lays g ust received from D ue
_. , boarded andtaioted red, the , w h o l e t o b e well roofed . " - The subscriber reopectfully informs the eitizenset
Landreth, -of Philadelphia, my with good white pine shingles ; the whole of the wood' of Carlisle land the vicinity, tha t . he has commence!',
, work, to be welt,,sgeured with Iron bolts, ready es, the above business in all its various branches. His'
spring supply of. Garden Seeds.: &O. From ' th e - back of the abutments the fil ling shop; is. in the square immediately in — rear of the '
F sal ' 4" • ! shalt consist of 'earth and stone, and well supporteu
Warranted r_ • with Wing „ lb s feet bk . + _b o ir
a c the filling, extend. Marketlieute, two doorreast of A, Richards store...
He hopes ,by attention to business and' moderate •
S. ELLIOrr. in s , on each side about,2tl feet from the bridge, and . charges, to receive a shire pf patronage _ ' '
• . •• • , . . .. as high as the filling, trod' the:filling and walling , JOHN ROTEL •
!. " ' • ' • , ' shall meet the mid ' with an iscent and descent nbt .. c ar iiii e, p,i,., 17084 , 1. _ t f_ . .. , •
, . ..11, • • - exceeding five degrees elevation from tbe road to
Arctic's to itiridge /Mu s. Said bridge; the lewd work to-be-built of'iound and . TALLOW, ISOAP i •FAr-Allll3r
The. Commissioner% ;of Cumberlafid county will substantial timberi the stone work of large good • . • - . . . _
receive• proposals at the house of John- Comma% stone, lime and sand mortar well pointed, and a di. - -- • • ASHES.' . -
Ernik,inkeeper t in the borough of Carlisle, on T.hurs- rectos board for each tad of said bridge. The par. Wanted at Gray 4 s Soap rind, Candle FaCtory, for .
day the 16th of April next; between 9 and 12 o'clock ty contracting to•give such;seiturirytas the emirate. which the highest price will be paid. ' • .
in-the forenoon, for the erection of a good Ind sub- stoners may require ,fer thd faitiquiperfOrtnance of , • • ..aJti'D. IN STORE ~ , ' ' .
stantial Wooden Bridge across the flon'odoguinnet the workmanshiptind permanency. of :said bridge. for sale which may answer for early Spri n g se l,.
cidek, at Benjainie Eberly's fordiPg brittle township --• - preps:mate to be /mom 'irtied with a'plan. Should . I few bushels of 'prink Tinietby seed. , ~..
of' East Peensboroagbibr•the follewingrdipiiitsions, nOne'pf the pimpernel!! I the siPprobsition of the •
to wit:;--To contain in lenefililoit tine abutment , to Cettimissionera they w, on the. same daj, between• ~•
__,_ 9 .. - ,
the'ether t,wo hundred and - twenty feetitinireightflen tfie MOW of 2 itad . fl'o'crock id. the afteroool4 expose Several Casks of Wine end Cider 'Meter. Aro%
feet wide in the clear, the, abutnie n ts to. bb about the said bridgelb publid' side, Ind sell thosame'to and fi ne flavored, Which will be 'sold Whi,Mrlide!Kla
fourteen feet thick each; there shell be - two 'giant pg,, thisloviest and best hiddei? '. ' . - . retail at moderate pricer- :.•
~ , ~ , , ,t . ,;
110 feet each,' suppOrtett"on 'rod gild
.ighsfential . , ~ ; JOHN „COWMAN, } -.- .. ,!' Carlisle, Feh., , 17;11141:. ; ',',:,•',
_,.-', L , • .
stone abutments and pier; the said edintiebtiti te, Vi'','''''' ' ...- - ALEX. M. JEER:X i
____ . Compsiirsi rem ' ,-:---; - ;------- h .", ' *,...-
!milt 4n a splaying_ direction, with ,a•riirodar idomvi• '.' •'• MICHAEL°MISHLER, •, • ~ - .- .. 41.4 , „... .. ,
and about 14 feet high from, th'e bettem'of the .'eek t ' .Atlest*Joßiv bwrei CIE ' ' '`• ' - ' ',. - -'," '' ' WM beitteeived by th e ''''''''"nber!`at.Pael-,:4.
tini 'whence 'wooftn arches are to 'be started, and ' •Cortmusstottsaa" Orrsern o 'h .• : ... ;•.. ' •• '', - ' kinds ofltbretirmdise i leet ,Heilig intone to ,
tended-to the said pier intboeeetilisof aaldireeh, ' : Carlide, Feb. 10,-1841. 5., • , „,,,,
~, ~ 2 , : .',,:, „„',:,, my,:stoiik,'T fteill' !ell goods at. , reduced 'price' fri,i.'
archett to de sprontabput sbr 7,lbet is thwiliffle. ''' • .- ' •,. -• • • •' . • - --,. .., 6 lc,!". -• r 1 ,.., , • . dad „ 4 ,,,,,...• v .,,,...
treg the' floor to be. deitble . floored with twit' "kelt , va t s /t y ros. • .t,:yrt i v,duce 'Eakgril3;••-Stibiri,ii . o . 4. —• i: ''''t .. • • • ke, ,-. ,•• 7 ►
. '''"• ;. 7.-. -.4 ..."`
rapt, the upper flOtortg:ind thelorier yeil9w phier ..' ~ . ~. , •
• i_, ,____ • . -
For the year 1840. °
;Farming Vtensils on Farm Ist January, 1841.
Manufactured and made in the House and Shop.
By; payment on 14 .AcreitLand, (purchased 1838)
Groceries, Merchandize, Hardware; Dry Girods,
- : part clothing and bedding-included,
'Cash paid for stock, ' - . .
Grain, Flour, and Grinding, . , •
• Matern6, Improvements, and for post and rail
'Coal for•two years,
. • ' Sundries for House, Kitchen, Waggoning And
.TrUvelling expenses, Ike., .
.; .. •
Justices and Constable's fees, .
' : F uneral expenses for out-door Paupers; ..
' Medical aid for do do • .
• ' Plaster, Clover Seed, and,Timothy Seed,
• Blacksmith' Work, • . .
' Shoemaking and Halting, .
. • ' Leather, . - . •
' Printing and Stationary, • ° ,
- • Tailoring and. Weaving, • .
. . • - Fulling and Carding,
••••• Farming Utensils and Coopering, " •
• • , .. SuppOrt of out-door Paupers,
• M. Fisliburn..:Steward,_Hirelingswagei r lke.-----.
. • M:Fishburn for extra clerking, (1 year) .
Dr. J. Baughman one year's - medicine and at- .
' . . .. , • tendance ' . 14125
• • ' ..',. Attorney's fees for two years,. . 60 00
A. Waggoner Esq., as Director for extra service's; - 13, 50
• J. Dunlap Esq., , • • do. . do 21 00•
•S. Eckles - . 4 do . do • '2B 50 .
James andon Esq., as Treasurer, 58'00 ,
i 5 0 .6 81
' ' , $5BlB 14,1
•, • -
- 71fli s e nce'clue.county,lst January.lB4l by Treasurer; (and since. . .„
paid over to Jacob Squier, Esq.,Treasurer;) 552 45. . •
By- evil! paid Orders as stated 'above; • •
alance.ililTlnstittitiiiirDind lince, paid over to Jacob &pier,
Esq. Treasurer,:-„ - . ' .•• ••
- WM - 59f
, thete are,rrialeii 71, Of which 7 are Colored)
Ferrialea, 38; (of which 6 are colored)
and 6 out door paupers, • • • 44
We, the Auditors of Cumberland county, do certify, that hav
ing examined the(accounts and vouchers of - the Direetb - re ar the
Poor and. House O. — Employment of said county, from the Ist
day ofJanuar l
ktOthest - diy of - Debeinber,, 1840, incloeive; do
find a balance' due said county, by the Directors of said InstiVe
lion, of Five Hundred and. Fifty two-Dollars and Forty Fit%
ceatsvarid we also certify that we find a balance due by Jamee.
Loudon, Treasurer of said Institution, dUring said Term, to the'
Directors thereof, amounting'td Five Hundred and; - Fifty two
Dollars and. Fort! Five cent; all of- which is particularly sit ) :
forth iint,the above,stated acclimate. `.
• , Given undeKohf 'hands this , 20th day of January - , 1841. •
BRITTON,- ;Audi10r5.2.... - :
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