:W Til?*hft remain* wide open ! j,
'^TilV n'A and-could famacjnuiovdy
~ZJti m*Mn fort party. TW‘ ”
' 7 C«U>U*iankar«n®d»t is butter still ,
!—f<* ' vc h * 1 ’ **U> f ‘ r have to do Wen with a
.’..contra** proHi'.lVwitii Wing vacillation,and
*ii ,,1-til Whig* tcanfa livson from theta, eenibiac
’ |' et us continue’to Reserve .stich cotnpli-
vii!!--, and there is iio danger,tn our couu-
^ w her institutions. «"i > ?
*,Vc learn from the Washington Union,
Government paper, that the following
'!'• Vera Cruz in a few days,
-■ 20 •
, , -v -Dr.-Srriith has gone
certainty, and few care. Some say he;has
gone jo Englantl, and thk is the gtnerU
opinion; oihere say he has gone ii
Gal*. Jackson. ’
test assured that
A VALUABLE PUNTATMN
say ne has gone"to see -ijjggLlM'&ii li Jj ii :
In the incantmie you may terxOUR motbsjaftcr .late application will he minio
• the ball will go on. - ’— Jf. to tlie Honorable the .Interior court of Sumter
; w ili be off- Vera Cruz n
alter touching at Gnlvcston.
Sica tier Princeton,
Ship Si. Mary’s,
To which another ship of the first
cla^s is to be added
This is a seasonable movement on the
_ ar , „f die Government, and will have no
iioub;, a salutary cfleet on I lie belligerent
filing of our Mexican neighbors.
1'nm the .V. Orlean* Picayune, JUay 5th.
Later From Mexico.
By the arrival at this port yesterday of
the. schooner Vucatcco, Pratts, master,
flomVcra Cruz—whence she sailed on'the
: Gi_wc have advices nine days later than
lie.tl previously received." Our latest
No people'were-ever more unanimous upon ern
any gvent-ffdlitical.. question tho ii Texas is to
upon tins of Annexation. There will be "
ritv rtl favor;6f it' in'every eoimiy, in
'public, and in some not a- dissenting
Mr. K’s. party left here n day or two af
ter their arrival, well equipped and in fine
spirits. FJis beiritlrwav improving.—Pie.
Neglected Guarantee* of Peace.
What Are the natural tohimorcinl rcM- , nirnnn - « jnairv.feM imA
tionsof Great Britain and AiucricaT Wc WATCH &'CLOCK MAKER*
cnnnol better indirntP ihofiA ihnn lot* o’.. n .al.s i . • J
iztfUtl) * (bargain foi, as* fklMVTMt
PRACTICE: OB i
uuu niuuitu 1 ire
cannot belter indicate these than by simply 1
copying the figtires .of the occupation rc-T
tin* itm h iW
good fence, Sic: with two settlomentM* goofl «■
Louse, and Smew, outhonsea &c. The plaec is beat
thrand. well Watered. For further inlanaafitai eaH
rTf;'uTTW T '. Tr
Dieattnr oodrity, May1lll$845.' 5 *^fjj3V( t
i ■ .,i tn/( ooaj-'H
turns made by the census commissioners of T* prepared to execute all orders in his line rfbusi-
cach country. They stand thus, J. nass.wifo" ' ‘ ’ * *-•-
Trade, nnd ..
. , . Agriculture. Manufactures,
t'. Slate*, 184!) 3,719,951 9 9,356
G. Britain, 1841 1,215,264 3,11< ,376
J. ness, with despatch, and ill the most superior style.
Watches cleaned or repaired .will t>e. warranted to
keep good time. Gold wrought into Rings or other
ornaments, and silver into spoons, will be warranted
in workmanship equal to that of any establishment in
TermsCosh, and prices to suit tlio'times.- ' Shop
• Can anything more palpable show that situated on Broad srteet, next doorabore the ‘Patriot’
these two countries are mane for one anotft- baWing.-. • ••..W.t<»•«£•> v
er—mnde each "to be the complement of May : I4fo 1848. .il.- ■"* '9• .1
the other’s existence. .Granary find work
shop; plough and loom, boundless natur
al fertility, and boundless mechanical skill
and invention; agriculture nnd inanufac- .
tltfcs, whose respective powers of produc- rounding country, ttwt he has bought the latest rut-
tion and capacity of. consumption mnv be cnt for euttingGoutlemensGarroenU, which be war-
said to be practically infinite; was lucre 1 Iip ‘
ever, since the worldf began, such a case of ” * * *”*
fitness for mutual, service, and dependence,
such n-provision for perpetual amity and
brotherhood? The warlielween Mvocottn-
nilE ndersigned respectfully informs
the- Citizens .of Albany and - the «ur-
regularly receive the latest Fsshions.
As he has no partner with whom to divide the pita-
tits, he is enabled by strict attention to hoaoess, to
sell awl work according to the pressure of the times.
The latest style ot goods will be foaod at his Jrtnro,
tries so posited nnd related, so deeply plrdg-1 »nch as Ready^hade "clothing, Hats, Caps, &c.idtc.
cd.hvthc fundamental conditions or their 1A11 work warranted to be nude to the satisfaction of
respective modes of existence, to pence and j •* customers, as regards tote ujJfMwta-
friendship, should war become so niurli ns! A *
a possibility, is a burning disgrace to that
, - . - ... ... - - -legislation which lias done its utmost to
to|H-r from the city of Mexico is to tlic lot It I convert a civilizing and humanizing mutu-
May 14, 1845.
5 ■ ly
a t!te schooner sailed, there
I al dependence into mutual “independeiire"
Were j an( | isolation. Wltirh rottntrv is right'nn^
fourtJ. !>• ♦esselsoi warlyingm Sacrificios,I which wrong, in the particular questions!
the itattics of which are not given, but they non . 0 ( i S3t!C , we are not to ask. That any!
For Puhlithinir m Savannah a Monthly
Periodical, to be called
__ __ .^TUE SOUTHERN £*out»
tadren consisting off he !~ c j,'d c ^n’;^t"dd7fnvolvrihe.'hi;H7sHISTORK?Ali & LITERARY
Potomac, 1 •limottlh, Fairfield and Soracr^ j possibility of n bloody issttr is our wrong,
which were spoken^by Gapi. .Ftilnersoa, of The trembling anxiety with which we now
* “ ’ await every arrival of news from America
is the penalty—Heaven grant it he the
wors' penally !—of our slavish lolernneft of
iy-Bakcr Sheriffs Salcs.^
PH- • 'rtkXCTE. ’ Tr ’ ia \' '(■
1A7TI.L he fold on the firet Tuesday in Jrinc i ■
■rf between the 'ritual Hours’ of **)e,'-fau!bfti die
I Court Imuso door in the town oT Newtail in RUM
Couuty, the followiiig property <0 wit y ■**» ■■
Otto negro fellow called Harry, about 30 years
out by p. J. Strozier. I
■ Also, One house and lot, aitmted rn Kcrrton. -No.
not known, but known as the RoberV Hkrilie tot, «t
present octmpiodbyfi; R Gunnison: levied on as
the property of Robert Hardie, to satisty oue fi: la
| from Baker superior; •« J. G. Joliwutn. vs, Robert Has-
die. Property pointed out by dercodaut. !■
Also, two negro staves, viz: Daniel and.
• of William
led on as the property <1
fy one li fa from Baker superior court:'- Jatney Clark
vS Wm. Henderson. Property pointed out by defen
dant. , J.,..... piwtovfl f...‘ .
I Also, 8 negro slaves, .vita. Peggy,Hannah, Dostor,
George anil an inSuit:, all Vevicd on tis,tto property of
fi/* froth&lier superior.
L 11 Skaggs and G. \V.
GEO. \V. COI
,li«)->t the i
Fannv, which brought our last prior
mu#. There were besides these, one
French, one British and two Spanish ves-
of war tying there when the Yucnlcco
The reports which we hnd previously re
tcived of the earthquake w hich took place
in Mexico, on the l<»th arc fully confirmed.
Two shucks were fell, terrifying lire people
ievnnd measure. They rushed from their
houses in affright, to escape fyotn ilia im
periling ruin by litc falling buildings. The
tenor from this cause was so great that
t iiiltiititles took refuge in the streets, pub-
i.e smares and <r.rrdens, prolrrled from the
rve.vlter by slight temporary shelters. As
the <ltocks were repeated there was a rush
of the half distracted people to get out of
the city into the fields. Many houses were
utterly destroyed, nnd a still Inrger num
ber much injured. Every’ ceremony pecu
liar to the itsaggg of the Catholic. Church
was employed tq reassure the people. ’ Up
on the instmtee of the Chamber of Depu
ties, the President ordered the sessions of
f.'ntisres# to he changed temporarily to an-
other ImiMing, that of the fonder Inquisi
tion. For several days, however, it was
impossible to obtain the attendance of n
<|uormn of members for the transaction of
httsittess. As late ns the 1 Gih great num
bers of the citizens hnd not returned to
town, still fearful of further shock*.
do not see nnv mention made of loss of life
in the capital.
Th.o earthquake would scem-to have ex-
trntlcd across the country. At Vera Cruz,
P>tibia, Morelia, Patzcunroapdother points
: was felt, though al different dates, and in
'ante of the Departments the shocks occur-
( d on several successive days.
Wc hardly need say that Mexico hn*
*Jt yet declared war against the United
States, nor is any further intimation given
M to tlic hostile operations which Gen.
Herrera was said to have conceived, but
the nature of which, he kept particularly
quiet. The newspapers were occupied as
usual with the discussion of the measure pf
■mnexation. Mr. Buchannnn’a nns • er to
W Almonte’s Protest had been received
and published. It served ns a hook upon
which to Imng many * frothy article fun of
sound nnd fury. The editors talk of nothing
hit resistance, hut we. do not see that a
single thins has been done or even propo
sed. ' ( • ' i '
Gen. Atnonto arrived at V'-ra Cruz on
18th in the. Analtunc, from New York. He
will prohahlv meet Mr." Shannon on his
route to the capital, tin the laltcrigentleman
was on Iris way down to the coast, to em
bark for the United Slates:
Santa Anna was still At Perotcnnd h’tic
further progress had been made in h : s trial.
The papers say nothing of him, • nnd np-
pnr to have dropped him aqa theme alto
gether. This indicates that his star has
br means set, however it may have been
Houston, April 4R, 1845,
To the Edilon'of the Ticaynne: Gentle-
Turn—The few opponents of annexation
have given it bp; they say it’s useless to
‘‘kick against tnc pricks.”. It is every day
btcotning more and inore lappagent that
Texas will u go it” by an overwhelming
t-rajofity. From the account»3T tlA state
feeling prevailing in all parts of the
Wuntry daily coming in, it is unpossible to
J*** 1 the conclusion, that the people ore
■or Annexation, ip pre%epee to Independ-
‘j? ce «po» any term* ihaPean be offered.—
^ogress is to.meet pn the - Ifith oCJuae. as
something or nothing from England, -April 16,1845.
—:000:— . • < -
The originators ot tit!# wvrk believe that the field
^ _ .are
wilting to occupy ot least a portion-of the groanct,
. which seems to invite labourers. The chiei obicct
Anhbel Mmilb’s visit to England. W hich they have io view, » to aid in vindicating for
landlord legislation with it* *avage.»nd j for ^ 0 £7 0 ™t£
fili ptn ffojcnnn of “Inncpcnacncc of foreign- every day growing wifW and wider; and they ai
crs.”—London League. * * ** ni;«i* ~
BaLer .Uorlsnsro Sale.
\yiLUbo sold boliiie ; the. .Opart, ttuase door at
Tv Nqwtun,Baker county,on thefirat Teuaday
in Juty qt-xt,. the following property, to wit:
Five mattresses, one bedstead, 6 wash stand*, 4
toilet tattles, 24 wfrid*r chairs, li rancy ctiolrs, 3 ma
ple rocking c)«irs 2 wooden seat settees. 1 cane seat
settee, 24 wx-oden bottom chairs, 4 targe Arm chairs,
3 card tables aadvxmn 6 corns add basina, 3 pair of
tire dogs,fidoz. t«t p!atce,3 dox cups aad sauceia,
5<tox. umncr»nd«>opplat9»,2dox. cupusste*,
tea kettle, 4 small jugs, 3 largo jugs,,20 sido.du
fi pickle di\h(-#, 4 salt ceFiara, 5dox tumbltvs,.3 .
knives and forks,' 2 earving knives and forlts, 3 doz.
wine glasses, 8 chamber pots, 6 sugar bowls,’ 1 shov
el, 1 spade, 3 sets of Castors, 3 sifters j one dinner pot,
2 small looking-glasses, i tairror,oao'cut(tUs Hall
lamis 1 plain Globe temp, 2 Brittania lamps Ajappan-
Mr. Ashhel Smith nosse<l through 'this city this
week, on hi* wav to Boston, whence he proceeds by
the steamer to England and France. ' -A gnat deal of
inquiry has lieen made n s to the motives tlmtnro tak
ing him to Europe at tins cri-is Wc have learned
that he W been sent t« F.ngland tiy the Texan gov-
ernm"^ for thepurnoso ofnegotiatingaloanofatnil-
tim or a million anil a half for some object not exact
It has been supposed that ho wont out for tho pur
pose of ascertaining from tho Jtritish and French
rrovernments whetherthey coti’d not make!letter terms
hv retaining independence t'-nn t y consenting to an-
ncyaiien. Something of tliat kind may be in con-
tcmp'atien hv this m’rsion. It is evident, however,
that tlie present. Texan government arc endeavoring
to procrastinate the settlement of the negotiation*
with this country on annexation, in outer to see what
can he dono with France and England. But the peo
ple of Texas arc nine in ten in favor of annexation,
and if the government do not accede to it in a short
time,the people wilt do itliy a revolutionary process,
without waiting for the usual official steps—so eager
are they to rush into the T’nion.
Tho great difficulty in the natter appears to be con
nected with tho debt and pnb’ic lands o'Texas. It
is snpposed that the dept amount* to about ten or
cloven millions. The public lands are of immense
extent and great vaV, worth, prolwbly, fifty or sixty
millions. By Mr. Tyler’s treaty onr government of
fered to assume the public dept of Texas and also
the Southern States that literary position
is believed they ate qualified to assume. They de
sign also, through this channel, tofoiut out the re
sources and driend the interests of tile South, to re
present with truUi the character and condition of the
jiconle, awl to furnish increased occasion for intellec
tual effort. With these views, they have sought to
enlist in the undertaking the best talent of the whole
South; and they feel, that they can appeal with some
confidence to tueir foUotv-cityzcns for support and
This work will bo Southern—it will bo tho organ
of a section: but in no narrow spirit of hostility to
any portion of our country. Justice and candour
towards all will govern its course; and it will stead-
ily pursue the sacred aims of Truth.
There is need, especially in this day of cheap lit#
culture, for stern and discriminating criticism. Man
liness and originality of thought—os well as sound
morals— arc m danger of being crushed under the
n*s S of trashy or corrupt publications, both foreign
and domenstie, with wnicn the press teems. They
call loudly for some daring and independent censor,
who will Jay on the lash of severe but just criticism,
“ without tear or &vor,”and who will guard the in
terests of literature against those influences of the
publishing houses of tho eonntry which, through
magazine and newspaper putting, confer so many
false rcptitatjons on worthless volumes; and corrupt
the very sources of a well regulated and wholesome
public opinion. We therefore avow at the outset,
piggiris, 1 kcclcr, 1 sugar dish, 2 Jarge
1 chop axe, l pair-water irons, 2 butcher knives, 2
setts cake pans, four, covered tin pans, ? targe tin
pada.'4' spittoons, one cofiee ptd.six dippers anaskim-
mors, one cullender, and three ( paintings, 2 round
tal.'es,andone-ds^tail bay hflnw j.totwtmiya mort
gage fi fa from Raker Inferior CburtyKing ai Roberts,
vs. Francis Holden—property pointed out in. said
mortgage H uL
H. J}. GUNNISON, D. StFffi
april 30i 18-13. r
kJ»*i*it!? ftr.j tl--:
°J.f AHERiCAN :cr. -
estly hopes ne tnay continue to 'mcrittheirapnrofad. ;
tiim. Ilk assures'the travelling public tlmtljewffl ,
always lie found at .Mow, :in every senmi of the
word... The house ia situated in the centtah pdit of
r, ip commodious. Las good stables,
JM ;«: requisite* necessary for a do
tl "CU-.u HO'
t d :. JOHN E;S, JONES.
Saddle and Harness Maker,/ 1
•" iff JPD R EPJltREto • r ^ '•'»
- inlLWi »I,.*AW ji.
::! 'ft. ‘J; ; YASON, : Vf' % ‘*■
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS AT LAW 1 ,
THOMAS PINKNEY SMFTHp
1:1 I -j x Alcjuiy. Geoeoia. 1,
april 16, 1846. . .‘ W. *A .
- • v j .,■■■■ if
-at PJETER J. STUOXiER,
april 16,1845. . 1 V.
Synopsis oF Lee ShcrilT’t» males.
tor Jaxti ■ ■ J .“ ‘ ■
L ot- No. 58 in the 14th 1)M lice ’county to satisfy
one fi fa from- Lee superior court, Williams' Sl
Worrell vs Torn P. Wehb. I -•.’ ■
One negro woman, .Sdly, 30 years old to satisfy
one fi fo John Sneilgrovoxs. Wm. Hughe*. -.!i ■.
W.,W. GILMORE, It.
I.r.F, ifor.TUACE s.\i.t_s Fon July.
Ixitsofland No. 48,40, 50,‘78'ond 81,'in tho 14th
district ofljeccoutity.tlio property Of Thomas Butler,
David Smith vs saidBMhx. - ,u " •'
W. W. GILMORE, ©. Hk'ff. -
-John, Edrrund, Harriot nnJ'child Homy, and Dice,
property of . Wn>. Horton, to sntisty a mortgage fi fa
Wm- G. Howard and Jtdmljloqtz, Adm’ra -estate of
Th6uiasI)owaril, vs saiadlorton. \
t 'ly.lf. JM.V3S, SEff
. CITY HjP^ELy q .
RY S.Y.TIUrii BAKER,
Corner oTBroad &r,d Front Strhet^
- u Albasv, Geo. . ;hnVn
.april id 1815. ' '
take their puhlir ’and#, but the present poverrment that we intend to deal wiih these authors, publishers
of that republic wish to retain the debt, and with it and books, with a severity only limited by our abili-
th^ public hndf, by which it could bo ctxilv paid ©IF #: ' w * * *.s«tw»M2«i*»J i«p tJ»#* Mnrtfv.inc JhaIa ■«
and a vast surplus remain, as after annexation the
value of real estate in Texas will of coarse rise ams v
On the wlmle, we believe that annexation cannot
be prevented bvanv step tliat may he taken hy Pres
ident Jonesorhis Ministers. If they attempt to make
any arrangement with France or England contrary
to that measure, they will be repudiated at once by the
people of Texas, in the shape ofa revolutionary move
THE Democratic Party of Baker
County, arc requested to meet at the
Court House, hi Newton, on the first
Tuesday, in June (tho second day of
Baker Superior Court,') At 7 o’clock
P. for tlie following purposes.
1st. To appoint Delegates to a Con
vention to be held in MiUcdgevillc on
die 3d. monday in June, to nominate
a candidate for Govcnor. < '
2d- To nominate a candidate to re
present Baker county, in tho next
3d. To arrange for a Convention
with Early county, to nominate a cate
didatetorepresent this Senatorial dis
trict, in the next General Assemb'
May 14th, 1845,
40 BUs Old Rectifiod Whiskey,
5 do. Anerieaif Brandy.
6 do-N. E. Rum
■ 1 Pipe Superior Otard Brandy.
TO Coil Manilla & Hemp Rope, „ , „
Together with a targe afsOrtment of lndaand Kcn-
^ - • " ' 1 and Swcedes litre, Trace
_ _ 1 iogive me
w- R. SMITH.-
Alhufy,April 16, t8«5, m . A;,- i.tt-. J-
executed at this Office
r regard for uic courtesies due fo an
Wc know and foci that our literature is young,
and hitherto but too imitative; ' Nevertheless that
very youth ha* it* advantages, and tee shall endeavor
to give them full play, by encouraging ftesh and vig
orous exhibitions of tho mind of onr own countiy.
That this is pre-eminently the land of original
thought, onr Patent Office, our workshops, our fields
and our riven abundantly illustrate. In tho Fine
Arts, American genius l«s produced work* of which
which any nation might be pniud. We arc Already
rivaling rad Europe in every department of inven-
tioo, save only in that of literature. Even hi this,
an independent assertion of thought and feeling has
commenced, which the American position and elute-
actor demand, and are calculated to developc. Men
here stand to each other m new and advanced rela
tions. An expression that stall be tone to these con
ditions, must «tve to our literature new and original
forms. It will accordingly bp,one of the Cherished
objects of onr Maouine, to foster by all the moans in
our power, every impulse of native and original gen
While nothing ofa uoctarian or partisan character
will he admitted Intqonr pages, wcahaii by no means
shrink from discussing religions and political topic*.
They involve the highest interests of man, and at
the present, more than at any past period, attract the
serious attention of all reflecting minds.
Thehitereat which foe south has in foe efficiency
and clreracter of the Army and Nary, will claim for
both service* a prewrineut place in our entrails. Our
Naval and Military Officers have often shown that
they areas competent to adorn foe literature,as to
defend fo* honor of foeir country; and* number Ot
able contributors win bo wenred from their ranks. .
This Magazine will also be the medium through
which tho Gkokqia Aisxobical Society will regu
larly pnbUaii much of its moat interesting meteriai—
portions of its domestic and foreign cone— =
cominunicatfons, lectnres, and other paj
may possess • general value. '
We believe too that our pfiaitioir has pccoliar ad
vantage*. Georgia lies neageat fop;centre of foe
Soofocni State*; and thoa poiisenes etipericr ospor-
a true expteasion to southern interests..
The work wifi be published by W. Thoexe Will
iams on tho firetday of every month, beginning in
GEORGIA, Baker County: 7 ; T
RR^IIEREAS Murpliy Taylor, Adniin-
“f istraior on the cstntc ofJninca Tay-
lot, late or said county. deceased. * 9 ‘—
Letters of Distaissich ffoth sa*l Aduii .
These arc therefore, to’Hte, summon and odthon-
uhalland singiUaV.'tlie kindrtri and creditors ofiotid
deceased to be and appear at my oflico within foe fotoc,
prescribed byfowto.vbow cause, litany they have)
Given under my hand at oiltce^tJiis sixth dxy c
May, ISIS) ' ... 1. .rtv, a , •
1 - eeTii d. stEVens, c. g o;;
May7, ' ’ , 6m ' l '" 1
N. B. Editors
insert this Prospectus.
of exchanging wifi'please
;m r’-»nH ‘iW) T®
“ Wisdom, Juiiict, Moderation."
in; i! '
-The PantiOT will be edited by l._
Tipt nnd 8. N. UoDOHTov, ; end- publi
weekly- in -ilto City of -Albany. B
RICHARD F.« J. LYON r
ATTORXIESi 4 COWliEI.LOli$ArZA W,
r AYE recently entered' mto a Vannerdup in fop
—I- 1‘rcctia af Eta, and will,continue tho prate
tice in fon Several Court* of foe Comtaes of .
■ ■ 'mm**'- wttdib .jftyi) fi!
,,-r.. - ■ MPonly,
Itamlolph, . JOeeatur,
-d to, thoir care in any of these
with prompt attention, and be
It* Jrj.'l - Jil’M*
DR. HENRY G. NICHOLS,
I ALBANY, GEORGIA. M
ITIAKES this mcihod to-inform his friends
4'ttifi resides at this abofj nlacci and I
eoafberctoforein ths mansgstnent tif s’uchcasca,
person* afflicted will find it to foei» interest to give
Em a trial, for If be doe* not jetomomOr cm, ^he
Ameuorhea, Prolapsa* Uteri; die. tcL, Haraw,
Calculi of the Bladder,Ulcere, Hydrocele, die.,would
would do well to call in., , „
“ ^thmlufonA SB
SIMS & CHEEVER,
Tt.Wfo.W.-Siim.; i:ts Wa W. Cbecvsx. •
April iMkM# . f W ‘ttS JaJbelt
commencing onr tVedncs-
bf A - '
ril, 1845. :
are Democratic e
day the 16(ti
1 •» ty& Politi
atad tre shall hdvocato and- defend them ii.
the spirit of tlie motto which we have &-
dofked, believing that we shall thereby best
secure the- parity and perinamanAy ef bur-
Government; and tho liberty, happiness
and prosperity of our fellow-cititens.
Agriculture:—That great so life e of oat
Btaifonal wealth and- 'independenoe, shall
have that space in onr columns, which, ita
importance demands. . It will be ono of onr
first objeete to devclope tho resources -and
advantages of the fcrtileconninr By whick
we are surrounded, the soil and chmale of
which, will bear a favorable comparisda
.witli that of. any.
of ion of; the Union. i»?‘
Science* and' all l ihoee i phUiatriid vpafauto
which nro in aome senae tfie cause and ol^
jeet of civilized society; we.' shall give a.
Wann support, white! wa shall not n'cglcct
to promote by proper means, the cause of
Education,Moral* dnd Religion, >d ->.k .
We sliail endeavour to giire to dor riki
ders the earliest in ormation of interesting
domtttie and foreign news, nod', weekly, corr
reeled intelligence pf our own nUd. other
sis of the Shcrii
in our vicinity,
: As a Family paper,
jnondered interesting. . .
will be onr object io convey valuable t
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