*ur. Miller knows this to be literally triiei
Lui should he think Ih to doubt it, and reduce
his denials to writing ind furuisli me with a
copy of them, 1 will utidert ike to prove the
fact, nol direct, because we were aloiie, but
will give circumstantial evidence so incontro
vertible that Mr. Miller himself will doubt it
ThL may seem to be a Kittle aflirr, and so
it is ol itself. But after he had obtained his
< lection, Mr. Miller of his own choice, rung it
through the State, for what purpose 1 know
not, accompanied with intimations that there
was yet much untold. Several gentlemen had
long ago requested me to contiadict Mr. Mil
ler’s assertion. But knowing that it did not
i omport with the character of a gentlemen to
I o detailing private conservations even favora
ble to myself, I left tho affair wholly to Mr.
Miller until it appeared in print. Then I con
sidered myself absolved, and give the above
solution fur the satisfaction of my friends.
1 here notify the good people of Louisina
and Alabama, to whom the eulogist of Vice
President Calhoun; has represented me to be
tit) office hunter that upon no occasion and un
der no circumstances, have I ever asked the
most intimate friend, to assist in procuring an
office for me, of any description. Ami 1 can
fmther assure the citizens of both these States,
'hut my object in settling among them is to cul
ivate the soil. By" industry and frugality li
have accumulated sufficient to render this an ;
oil object much more acceptable to me, than to
cek for public offices—the last employment of
.;n honest man.
But I have- another reason for recurring to
this subject. Vice-President hunting is not
•Ro much pursued as to be alarming.
It is Presiilent hunting which has thrown this
country into such fearful convulsions. And if
not checked by some agent more energetic
dint the ballot box, so much talked ofand so
little relied on, it is not to be expected that any
honest man will ever again get into that of
fice. ’ j
And should there no amendments, ami things
go on as they have for a few years past, no hon
est man will ever wish to get there! Volumes
might be, written on this subject without ex
hausting it; but 1 must limit my observations to
a few short paragraphs.
The root of evil is in Congress. There it
is that bargains arc made, there it is that men
sacrifice lite vital interests of their constituents
mid ol‘ their country to secure a popularity for
future use-—1 will here instance an ex nnple,
corroborated by the, testimony of a man whose
fi iittiilship fir his patron, will be a sufficient
voucher f<»r the truth he says. As the eulogist
of site Vice President has selected me for his
example 1 in turn will choose bis friend for
mine. Mr. Calhoun, to relieve himself from
the imputations cast upon his conduct as an ad
vocate of thn tariff, as developed in his speech
es of 1816 lias authorised his confidential mid
intimate friend, Gen. Duff Green, to say in a
letter to the editor of the Richmond Enquirer
ami published in tint pnper on the 14th of
Nov last tint he had the facts from Mr. Cal
houn himself as well as from Mr. f ngram—
(lie remarks of Mr. Calhoun up
on that occasion, the l niff of 1816, were deliv
ered on the spur of the moment at the request
<>l Mr. Ingram, and with premeditation.
Remember, “they were delivered on me
spur of thn moment!” Ami for what purp iso
Jet me tiskl Could they have intended for the
benefit of his constituents! Bv no means; h •
told Congress repeatedly, that bis constituenst
had no interest but in the cultivation of the
Was it for the benefit of die cotton planters
of the South that Calhoun volunteer'd his sor
vice.sat the request of Mr Ingh mi! No; because
fie has assured them, that in consequence ofthe
tariff, the southern planter pay to the northern
rn inufaciuro a tribute of 40 bales of cotton out
of every hundred that he sends to market.—
Could his remarks have been made for the im
mediate or remote benefit of liiyhim! V»t at
nil? because Mr. Ingham w is no manufacturer.
R-'t could it have been for tho benefit of the
Slate of Pcnsylvania, that Mr. C. Ihuno lent <
Jistenine ear to the proposition of Mr. Ingham!
Yes! There lies the secret. But how can
this be made appeal?
tu be continued.
Mt » * W'<• >-• w >■t vc >•< >•< >•<
Saturday, JZoy 4, 1833.
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We had prepared our remarks of considerable
length, butowing to the arrival of Sheriffs’s ites
when the greater part of our paper was otherwise
disposed of, wc had not room sufficient to insert
them. Our reader* will therefore excuse us in this
A BATTI E !
On Sunday the 28th April last a battle was (ought
near acudder’s in Forsyth county between a party
ofliuli.ins ami a party of whites consisting of about
thirty on each side. Their weapons of warfare con
sisted of G its, sticks ami stones. There were no
lives lost, but many a black eye ami broken bone
'vas the result of the conflict. Ur. Luke Robinson,
from whom we obtained this intelligence, was pres
ent at the scene, and uescribed it as being verv ter
rific. We regret that Mr. Robinson was in such a
great hurry that we had not sufficient time to en
quire into tho particulars. The victory was claim
ed by the whites: ami wit presume the quarrel ori
ginated in a dispute about the gold mines at that
Cherokee Sheriffs’ Sales.
WILL be sold nt the Court-House in Cherokee
county, on th c Urs . Tuesday in June, the fol
lowing property to-wit. 3 ««.mewt-
Onc lot of laud nunber one hundred an ! ninrtv
f.ve it. tho fifteenth Strict of the second section' Irvi
rd on ns the property ot Andrew Scott to satisfy sun
dry files issued from n.ustises court of Burk county
tn tavorof Sturges and Blunt, levy made and returned
to ine by n constable
Also, lot number eight hundred and seven in the
fifteenth district of the second section, levied on as the
property of Philip Thurmond and William H Norman
th satisfly nft is Lu- u, nor court in favor 1
ui II inry u irii o-ts.ni I'or Diiitls Mahoney, property
;> rutted out by plaitUiis attori.ey.
Also, lot number three hundred and twenty-five in
the wenly-lirst district ot the second section levied on
as the property of Ainos Al’Lendon to satisfy a fi fa
issued from Jasper superior court in favor of Tandy
1). King, property pointed out by the plaintiff.
Also, lot nuniber for hundred sixty-three in the third
district of the second section, levied on as the proper
ty of John Rose tosatislsy two mall li fas. Issued from
Jones superior court in favor of Wiliam Felton, prop
erty pointed out by plaintiffs attorney.
Also, lot number two hundred ‘y twenty three in
second district second section levied on asthe proper
ty ot John Fryer, to satisfy a ti fa issued from Burke
Inferior Court in favor of Thomas S. Baley Adminis
trator, of Felix, J. Burns vs John Fryer and Joseph
Rue, property pointed out by plaintiffs attorney.
Also, one Yoke of Steers levied on as the property
ot Joel Leathers, to satisfy a fi fa issued from Hail J
Interior Court, in favor of the officers of said court; I
property pointed out by the defendant.
-Also, lot of land number two hundred and forty )
five in the 14th district second section levied on as the j
property of Ignatius Scott, to satisfy three fi fas issued j
from a Justices court of Fayett county, in favor!
ot John Bark and others; levy made and returned to !
me by a Constable.
Also, lot number one thousand and seventyeight in 1
the fifteenth district of ttie second section levied on
as the property of William Jackson to satisfy two
small fifas in favor of the executors of Robert Wynn i
vs the said Jackson. Levy made and returned to me
by u Constable.
J. P. BROOKS.
.May 4 IS3X Shff.
Cuss Sheriffs’ Sales. I
FOR JUNE. ’
WILL be sold on the first Tuesday, in June !'
next, at the usual place of holding court in <
Cass county, the following property to wit.
Lot of land number eleven hundred and fonrteen
in the twenty first district of th ■ second section Cass; !
levied on as lite property of Charles Gunn, to sat
isfy a fi fa, from a justices court of Twigs county, ;
in favor of Allien Courtney, levied on and returned ,
to me by a constable.
B. F. ADAIR.
April 27-11 Sheriff.
Will be sold on the first luesday in June next, at the ;
Court-House in Cass county within the usual hours
' of sale the following property to wit:
Lot number fie hundred and eighty-eight
. in the seventeenth district of the third section levied
on as the property of John W. Pate to satisfy afi fa
issued from a justices court of Washington county, in
! favor of Edward Garlick levied on and returned to
I me by a constable
Also, lot number one hundred and sixty-orie in the
seventeenth district of the third section, levied on as
the property of Joseph Roe to satisfy one Execution
I Irotn Burk inferior Court, against John Fryer mid the
' said Joseph Roe in favor of T. rs. Bayley guardian of
1 E L. & R. R Burnes
I Also, lot number twenty-one in the twenty-second
' district of the third section, levied on as the property
I of Arthur Warren to satisfy one execution from flail
; superior court against Arthur Warren, Reub tti Wiu
' ren, Elijah Roberts and Aaron B. Hardin security in
' favor of P. J. .Murray.
j Also, lot number one thousand and seven jn the
I Twenty first district of the second section levied
I as the property of Shadrack Jean Io satisfy five small
j executions in favor of Patrick J Mutray, levy made
I and returned to me by a constable.
I Also, lot number two hundred mid fifty five in the
I fourili district of the third section, leviedon as the prop-
I city of Caleb Garrison to satisfy one Execution front
, [ Coweta Inferiorcourt against said Garrison in favor of
P J. Murray.
Also lot number two hundred and seventy.three in 1
| the forth district of the third section levied "on as the
I property of Stephen Garner to satisfy three small li fas
; in favor of I’. J .Murray, levied on and returned to me
> by a const able.
Also, lot number two hundred and forty-five fifth
district third section, levied on as lhe property of Win.
Jackson to satisfy tour small Executions in favor of
I*. J. Muit ay, levy made and returned to me by a con-
Also, lot number fifteen in lhe sixteenth district of
the third section, levied on as the property of Christo- '
pher Riderto satisfy two executions in favor of P J. i
j Murray levied on and returned to me by a constable, i
1 | Also, lot number two hundred and eighty in the !
, twenty second district of the second section, levied
I 1 on as the property of David Abbot to satisfy two small
j Executions in lavor of P. J. Murray.
' . may I—l 2 ‘Dept. Sheriff
I Will be »->l<l, nt lhe Court-House in Cass county
1 j <>u the first Tuesday in Juno next, between the law
ful horns ot -ale, the tollowing property, to-wit :
Lot number two liumlred and twelve in the sixth
teeuth district of the third section, levied on as the
property of John Crutchfield deceased, and Richard
Crutchfield Ad’tur. in favorof Joseph Echols & Co.
, LEWIS TUMLIV
; Dept. Sheriff.
Forsyth Sherill’s’ Sales.
1 I FOR JUNE.
li WTILL be sold, on the first Tuesday in june next
v V between the lawful hours ot sale, at the
house of William Hammond, the following prop
erly, to-wit :
Lot lumber six hundred and nineteen second <!<••
strict first section, levied on ns the property <>t Isaiah
Whitlock, to satisfy one small li la trorn Ball coun
ty, in favor of Cary W Jackson against said Whit
lock levied on and returned to by a Constable
Also, lot number two hundred end eighty four, in I
the second destrict first section levied on as the t'ro
perty of William Westbrooks to satisfy sundry fi fas
from a Justice eonrt ot Green county,"in fave’r of R
1 L. Cato tigai ist said \\ illiam Westbrooks, also lot
' number one hundred and ninety two in the fourteenth
district first section, asthe property of Lew is Smith
i to satisfy afi ta trom Hail Superior Court in favor of .
j Lawhorn and Venable.
Also, lot number twelve hundred and twenty seven
! in the fourteenth district first section levied on as the
property of Rawland Berdin to satisfy a fi fa from
Hall Superior Court in tavor of John Muller.
Also, lot number twelve hundred mid sixty eight
inthc fourteenth destrict first section, levied on asthe
property of I*. Powell to satisfy a li fa from Hall Su
perior Court in favor of Anthony Steel against said
Also, lot numbe six hundred & twenty nine in the
third destrict first section I vied on as the property of
Abraham Leathers to satisfy a fi fa Irotn Hall Supe
rior Court in favor of Caleb Field for the use ot S.
_M :, 5’ I bit (riff".
Will be sold on the first'Tuesday in June, at the court
house in Forsyth county, between the lawful hours
of sale, lhe following property, to-wit :
Lot number nine hundred and fifty in the fourt
eenth distict first section, levied on as the the proper
ty of Anderson Baker to satisfy a fi ta from a justices
court of Walton county, in favor of Samuel M'Junkin
property pointed out by the plaintiff, levied on and re
turned to ine by a constable
Also, lot number three hundred anil thirty one in !
the second district of the first section," levied
on ns the property of William Wilkerson to satisfy a
fi ta from a Justices court ot Walton county, in favor I
ot .Samuel M'funkin property pointed out by the plan
tiff leviedon and returned to me by a constable.
Also, lot number eighty in the third destrict
of tho first section levied on as the property Joshua i
Holder to satisfy three fi f.n iro n a justices court 1
ot Habbershatn count in favour cf I?. F Portera
gaiust tho said Holder.
' Aho, u>t number two tifndred nnd sixteen in the,
fourteenth district of the first section L viedyn ns the
property ot William Davis to satisfy six fi tas in favor
of Henry Terrel lor the use ot Richard’Butler
property pointed out by the plantiff, levied oh and
returned to me by a constable.
may 4—12 Dept rfhff.
WILL be sold on the first Tuesday in June!
next, at the house of James Cunningham,)
the usual place of holding court in t Fioyd county the
following property to wit:
Lot of land number twenty four in the twenty
second district ot the third section Floyd ; levied
on as the property of Fryer Crittenton to satisfy a!
fi fa issued from a justices court in favor of James
Long, levied an and returned to me by a consta
Also, lot number twenty in the fourteenth dis
trict of the fourth section levied on as the proper
ty of Seth Orm s to satisfy sundry fi fas in tavor of
Cornelius D. Terhune and Benjamme Cone, levied (
on and returned to me bv a constable.
'A. 11. JOHNSTON,
april 27-11 Dept. Sheriff.
Murray - lieriffs’ i
ILL be sold on the first Tuesday in June
» v next at the Court-House in Murray county
the fol.owing property to wit:—
Lot of. land number forty-six in the twenty fifth
district of the third section levied on as the proper ’
ty of John N. Kile issued from a justices court of
Hall county in favorof P. J. Murray, levy madeand
retired to me by a constable.
Also, lot number one hundred and nine in the
twenty-fifth district of the fourth section levied o
as the property of John Harris in favor of F C Au
doe for the use of P. J. Murray, levy made and re
turned to me by a constable.
Also, lot number three hundred and twenty-two i
in the seventeenth district of the third section levi '
cd on asthe property of sainuel 1 axtonto satisfy a |
fi (a from a justises coertof Hall county in favor of
P. J. Murray leviedon and returned to me by a
Also, lot number one hundred and twenty-three
in the twenty sixth district of the third section lev
ied on as the property of Burrel Thompson to sat
isfy sundry fi fas from a justices court oi Hall coun
ty in favor of P. J. Murray levy made and returned
to me by a constable.
Also, lot number thirty in the ninth district of!
the fourth section leviedon as the property of Will
iam Davis to satisfy sundry fi fas from a' justices
court of Habersham county in favor of P. J Mutiay.
levy made and returned to me by a constable,
z\lso, lot nunber two hundred and sixty in the
eighth district of the thitd section b-vied on as
the property of Henry Unit to satisfy sundry fi las.
from a justices court of Hall county in favor of P. J
Murray, levy made and returned to me by a contsa
Also, lot number twenty in tho twenty-sixth dis
trie’ of the third section levied on as the property
of John l<. Cain to satisfy afi fa from a justices
court of Hall county in favor ofP J. Murray, levy
ma le and tetnrned to me by a constable,
Also, lot number seventy-five in the thirteenth
district of the third section levied on as the proper
j ty of James Higgins to satisfy a fi fa from a justices
court o( Gwinnett conty in tavor ot P. J. Murray,
levy made and returned to me by a constable.
JAMES C. BARNETT,
may 4—12 Sheriff. |
MILLEDGEVILLE Aprd 17th 1833. i
AGAIN it becomes my painful duty to inform !
Tax Collectors, and other public officers, of I
the failure of another Lank; viz: the Merchants
and Planters Bank, of Augusta ; and to notify
l them that its bills will not be received at this Of
fice in payment of Taxes due the State, or in the
fulfilment of any contracts of which the Slate
may be a party.
JOHN WILLIAMS, Treasurer.
ff/ 3 * The papers through the state are requested
to give the above two insertions, and forward their
accounts for pavment.
t i EO KG i .A (J ames Tipper of the sev-
Cherokee county, \ en hundred and ninety sec
ond district G. M tolled before Eli M’Connell
J. P. one brown bay stud pony, three years old
Inst spring, branded on the left shoulder with IX S.
Appraised by iMartrn Evans and Daniel Butler to
twenty dollars, on the 12th January 1333.
A true extract from the estray book.
april 27—11 WILLIM GRISHAM, c.t. c.
AN act to alter the third section of the fourth
article of the Constitution of this State, so
far is to authorise the people to elect lhe general
officers of the Millitia of this State.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rep
resentatives of the State id Georgia in Gneral as
sembly met, and i* is hereby enacted bv the au
thority id the same, That from and immediately
after this act shall lave passed, in conformity with
tile Constitulio of this State, it shall and may
be lawful lor all Major Generals, to be elected by
(he people ol the respective Divisions or Brigades,
aud all persons subject to •!<> millitary duty shall be
entitled to vot e foi the same only.
And be it further enacted by the authority a
foresaid, Tha t hereafter when any vacancy of a
•Major Gener a | or Brigadier General, shall happen
in any I)ivisj on or Brigade in this State.it snail be
the duty of his Excellency the Governor, to give
notice ot Such vacancy to the millitary olhcerhigh
in command in each county, composing the di
pened, and it slian t he duty <»f the Colonel or
I other Military officer highest ■» command in each
county, to give notice by advertisement at three of
the most public places in the county, at least
twenty days before the election, that an election
will be held on the first Monday in October next
ensuing, at all the places ofholding election, in
said coudty, to fill such vacancy, and it shall be
the duty of the managers ol elections. Jo receive
the voles so given in for such military officers, and
to transmit immediately after the r lose ot the elec
tion a correct statement of the polls to his Lccllen
cy the Governor, and it shall be the duty of his
Excellency the Governor, tocause the votes so
given in for each canditale to be counted, and to
issue a commission to the person having the liigb-
I est number of votes so given in.
And Ire it further enacted by the authority aforc
said. That all laws mid parts oi laws militating a
i gainst this act. be and the same ate hereby re
pealed. ASBURY HULL,
Speaker of the House ol Representatives.
President ol the Semite.
Asserted to, Dec, -1 1J32:
mav 4 i 2 Governor.
jLook at this. j
GEORGIA—CIIELOKEE COUNTY. '
There will be sold, on the second Monday in i
May next, upon lot or tract of land number two |
hundred and twenty-nine, in the fourteenth district j
of the second section, of said county, the place se I
leeied by us for the site of said county, the TOWN ;
LOTS necessary for tke Court-House and other [
necessary Buildings for a town. Terms made (
I known on the day of sale.
| WILLIAM LAY,j. i.c.
WILLIAM BAKER, j i. c.
RADNAL M’DONALD, j. I. c.
VIfHEREAS there is great dissatisfaction pre
vmling amongst a large majority of the good \
citizens of the County of Cherokee relative to the ’
selection of 10l number two hundred and twenty ■
nine, in the fourteenth district of the second sec-!
tion, for the county site of the said county of i
, Cherokee; and whereas I myself have just cause
ito be dissatisfied with said selection; and do con
i aider it essentially necessary for the good ofthe
county, that some other, and more suitable place,
should yet be selected; ( Ranilol McDonald, one
oi the Judges of the Inferior Court for the countv
aforesaid, do hereby revoke all power that may
: seem to be placed, or may have been placed by
me; either by word, writing, assent, or any other
manner whatsoever in a majority, oranv part of the
inferior Court of’he county of Cherokee, for the
purpose of selecting said lot: and do hereby enter
1 my protest against the selection of said lot: and do j
declare null and void any act or acts, thing or
things heretofore done by me, or by mv assent, ’
ither by word, writing, or in any other manner
whatsoever, iu and towards the selection of said i
lot no. 229-14-2. as, and (or, the county site ot the '
-.aid county of Cherokee.
Done in Cherokee County the 4th day of
j raxdol McDonald j. l c. l s.
Elias Putman, and John McConnell, two
’ ’ of the Judges of the Inferior Court for the I
lounty of Cherokee and State of Georgia, do
oikewise dissent from, and enter our protest against,
the selecction of lot of land number two hundred and
twenty nine in the fourteenth disuict ot the second
section of the Cherokee territory, as, and for. the
county site of said county of Cherokee; for the
reasons set forth in the above protest bv Randol
, McDonald, one of the Judges of said court, and
! because we consider the said lot as wholly un
i suitable for the purpose aforesaid.
Done in Cherokee County the 4th day Apr*
1833. J ‘ <
ELIAS PUTMAN J. J. Ls . I
John McConnell j. i. c. i. 3 .
GEORGIA ?\t heieas it appears to us
Cherokee county, that three of the Inferior
court of said county have selected lot or tract of ■
land number 229 in the 1 ith district of the 2d sec
tion as the cite of the public buildings in said coun
ty, and since that time Randol M’Donald has pro
tested lhe said selection: and it appears that de
lay and great injustice may be done the citizens of
safil county by a further postponement of said se
lection. VVe the undersigned do thciefore from
th« best information we can obtain, petition that said >
selection may stand, it being a very suitable and
convenient place, situated upon the Hightower ri
ver, and within one mile ofthe center ofsaid coun
try this 4th April.
WJliant Grisham, Hervey Sm ill,
William Dmiel, J.;ln> Waites,
Sihati House, J. \V Leonard,
J. J. Leonard, George Post,
Wiley Hood, Henry Holcombe.
J. S. Holcombe, E. Dooley,
D. Stansell, J. W. Dooly,
W. M. Moore, A. W. Moore,
W. M. Wattes, N. Beller,
J. Moore, Thomas House,
D. Heath, 11. Roach,
F. Jones, J. Echols,
J. W II iyes, \V. Nix,
N. Moore, S. Harvey,
J. Chandler, Edwin Mims,
I. J. Good, J. Barton,
G. M’Castle, W. D. Menifee,
C. B. Beavers, L. Shanpton,
Y. Pool, J. Jackson,
C. Garrison, J. A. Few,
R. L. Sparks, J. S. Tucker,
D. M’Careiy, J, Cooper,
(>. Eilicredge, S. Collins,
• W. Collins, T. Collins,
A. G. Smithjr. L. Everett,
J. Sample, W. G. II mis,
A. Holizdaw, E. Hohzclaw,
O. Echols, 1* Sample.
William Howard, J. Young,
J. R. Kelley, AL Evans,
S. B. Bucket-, A. Bradford,
G S. Bradford, J. 11. Bradford,
11. Guttrv. William White.
J. C. B .ily.
GEORGIA ( Whereas I protested the se-
Cherokee county. $ iectior. of lot number 229 in
the 1 Uh district of the 2d section, the placa select- i
■ cd by myself, Wnt. Lay and \V m. Baker, for the ;
public buildings in said county, upon tho grounds
that 1 was dissatisfied with said selection. But by
it appearing to me from the above petition, that a ,
majority of the citizens ofsaid county arc in favor
of tiie said selection to stand ; I leel willing for the
wish of trie people to be satisfied, and in order that
! bur county may Sm speedily organized, arid the in
t.re-toftbe people promoted. 1 feel willing to with
draw my protest, and therefore the lots will be sold
agreealde to the first advertisement-
may 4-12 RANDOL M DONAI.D. j. i. c.
Os letters remaining tn the Ojfice cl Hickory-Flat
j Cherokee county O r the kt of April, 1833. which if
' < nol taken out i:i three months will be sent io the General
Posl-Ojjlcc as dead letters, viz:—
11. T. Brinson,
Oliver Jeter, 2.
i Miss, Rebecca .M’lntire,
Hon. M. Scudder esq.
-Miss Maria T horntun,
George \V Winters.
ELI M CONNEI.L, P M,
THE 'u*>s?ril>cr has resnmed the practice of
Law. :.n I having located himself in Cass
county, wdt attend to miy busines of’he profession
in the Cherokee Circuit.
ciiabi.es d. Trr.nuxr.
i Medical Colleue
situated at cixcinatT i.
The Lectures in this Instrtutim, w i|) commence
;on the last Monday in October and continue until
the last week in February. The addition to the Co'
' ledge Ednjee will be completed by the middle of Oc
( tober and the whole structure will be found to .afford
, the most amp e accommodation that can be desnerf
m such an establishment. The Faculty consists ofthe
following persons :
Jedcdiah Cobb, Al. D. Professor of Anatomy and
Thomas D. Alitchell, M. D. Professor ofChyinistrv
and Pharmacy. J 3
James As. Staughton, AL D Professor as Sureerv
Charles E. Pierson, Al. D. Professor of Alateria
John Morehead, Al. D. Professor of Obstetrics and.
> Diseases of Womt n and Children.
'John Eberle, M. I). Professor of the Theory and
I Practice of .Medicine.
The cost of the entire course including the use cf
I the Library, and the privilege of attending at tho
. Hospital twice a week is ninety-three dollars.
THOMAS D. MITCHELL,
_ Denn oi the Faculty.
Cincinnati,cpt. 25, 1832. S
OFFICE OF THE LADY’S BOOK,
Is umber three Athenian Buildings Philadelphia 1
L. A. GODEY & CO.
ff^E® PECTFULLY inform their patrons, that
■-*' in consequent of a new arrangement in their
Printing establishment, they will be able henceforth
I to issue the Lady’s Book regularly, about the com
mencement of each month. This, it is believed,
will be found of general advantage to subscribers.
The February number of the Lady’s Book con
i tains the Usual original articles of great merit—
I The embellishments have been adopted and pre
pared with attentive care, and it is believed will give
niversal satisfaction. The frontispiece, respect
ung the Queen ofbe/gium, is at this juncture, pe
culiary appropriate, and hits much merit as a pic
i ture. The whole length of Napoleon is one of the
specimim-s of that style of engraving, which hast
ever been’ presented to the public, and reflects
high credit on thcartist. Mr Lnbhren. The Aler
maid of Afartin Meer, though of a different kind is
no less excellent. Lord Byron’s beautiful stanzas
“There is none of beautie’s daughters,” set to
music by an eminent composer, will be found in.
this number. L A. Godey & Co take this op
portunity of requesting agents to forward the sums
which they m v respectively be indebted, as they
are anxious to close the accounts of the last year.
, De'inqnent subscribers are once more invited to
( liquidate the claim's against them. The number
of new subscribers received since the commence
ment of t'-’e present year has been verv gratifying,
and gives assurance that the Book still continues
to advance in public favor. Persons wishing to
subscribe, are requested to forward their orders a3
i soon as convenient, to L. A. GODEY & Co.
Important to Merchants,
IMPROVED Fire proof Iron Chests. Safes and
strong money chests for Alerqhants and Banks.
The improved Patte.nt or Double Fire Proof Iron
Chests invented and manufactured by the subscriber,
off-T complete resistance to both Fire and Thieves,
and are allowed to be superior to all otkers yet in
The Chestshave been in extensive Use in this and
other cities of the United States for the last three
years, have been fully tested hy fire and arc fitted
with locks that cannot be picked The subscriber has
built many fire proof chests of large dimensions for
the use ot banks, with others the following namely:
fortlie market bank, lhetraders bank, and the orien
tial at Boston, the Bristal county batik at Taunton,
Mtiss. the bank at St. Marks, the Collector an i Trini
dad de Cube, and the largest Iron chest in the world
the savings bank in this city, its weight being upwards
of I LOIKI pounds.
Merchants and otliTs who may' wish to purchase ti
chest will please address the subscriber, giving the
inside dimensions of the same, as well asthe length
nnd width ofthe largest books in Use, or apply to his
agents, Alessrs. J. B Herbert & co. of Savannah, who
have an assortment on hand The chests are sold by
weight and cost from 50 to S2OO each.
C. J GAYLER,
248 Water-str. near Peck Slip. New-A'ork.
Foudrinier and cylinder paper machinas. Paper cut
ting machines and Drying inachies, for (Jalico Prin
ters nnd Paper Makers, made to order, and warranted
equal to any now in use in lhe United States,
Also—For sale. J. L. Brown’s superior Patent Bal
ances. graduated to home and foreign weights, with
HORTICULTURAL ESTABLISHMENT <
Comprising a Seed and Implement Store, a genera
Agricultural Agency and the Office of the American
Farmei, at No. 16, South-street, Baltimore: In
connection with a stock and experimental Farm,
Garden and Nursery, in the vicinity.
The subscriber, proprietor of the above named es
tablishment, respecifully informs Farmers, Gardeners
and the public generally, and dealers particular, that
he i. prepared to execute orders in any or all of its d»-
1 partnients ; and he solicits those who feel interest iu
i his plan to furnivh him with their address, free of ex
pense to him, on receipt of which he will forward to
them an extra number of his paper, the American
Farmer, containing a full description of his estublish
i nient. and a priced catalogue of Seeds, /fcc. for sale.
In every village in the Union, a quantity large or
small of CHOICE GARDEN SEEDS would find u
ready and profitable sale, and the advertiser h«< pie
. pared his Seed-Store specially with a view to supply
dealers on very liberal terms, for cash or acceptance in
i Baltimore, with first rate seeds, papered and labelled,
! put up in boxes expressly for country dealers He
j ventures to affirm, that for those who desire any of the
articles comprised in his extensive establishment 'here
| is not in the United States a more eligible place than
! this to apply for them, as it is a repository in which
are concentrated, or may be procured on short not ice,
from all parts of our country, and not a few are from
remote partsofthe earth, a vast variety, many of which
arc verv rare and valuable, of Seeds, Plants. ’Frees,
Roots, Vines. Domestic ,-Animats Roots, Implements,
and last, though not least, a constant fund of timely
and important information on almo“t every subp et in
teresting to a cultivator of the soil. 'I bis last is itn
i parted weekly to subscribers, for a small nritmal con
tribution. through the columns of the American I firm
er. in which arc indicated also, by adverti-i merit and
i othcrw ise, the supplies of choice commodities, both
animal and vcgitalde. as they arc received at the es
tablishment. Tne siibicriber is agent also or the
principal Nurseries and Gardens in tne t. ninn -. and
fur several celebrated l i.edets i f fine cattle sheep
• nnd other dnmr r tic r.nimul= ; also for the United So
ciety of Shake:», at New-f.abaron. N. Y a lull a--
sortment of whose celebrated Garden Feeds, fresh
nnd genuine, may id all times be had fir m him,
wholesale and retail on the best terns
Addi-os. J HiVCsE IHTf UrCCK.
morel. “J-“8S Zuitat.iri, Xelr