THEE DAYS LATER FROM ENG
Nk w York, Sept. 29.
Tag rmjniGcont piolcet ship Victoria,
Coal nand and hyonro'd triend Capt. Mor
gan. has anticipated tha steamers, and ar
rived yesterday from London, briiuriiur
intelligence three d.iysla’fer tlian the last
advices. Wo desire Capt! Morgan to ac
cept our thanks, not only for London pa
pers to the latest date, but for his very
kind and gentlemanly conduct towards
our News Collector on boarding his ship.
Every attention was given hi.n and ev
ery facility afford id in furnishing us with
the earliest and first packages of papers.
The Victoria has proved herself a noble
ship,and deserves all the honors hero ved
upon her in London. The Captain feels
confident that she is the fastest sailer
afloat, and the extract from his log seems
to furnish proof of his opinion.
The news is interesting. A dreadful
fire had occurred in London, the particu
lars of which we give in a necessarily
abridged form from the London papers.
Th ; fire broke out in Tooley street,
was first discovered five minutes before
two in the morning in the warehouses oi
Messrs. Ward «fc Cos., and which were
soon enveloped in flamee which spread
with immense rapidity. The engines ar
rived promptly, but there was considera
ble delay occasioned by the delay of ail
adequate supply of water for the very
large draught made by the n, upon the
mains in the vicinity. The spread of the
conflagration caused great consternation
among the occupants of the adjoining
buildings, who rushed out in a state ot
the most pitiable alarm, and with the
crowd of persons that h id now become
very great, were running to and fro. in
expectation that every moment a dreadful
explosion ofgunpowder would ta'<e place.
At half past two, the wind which hitherto
had been calm, increased to a stiff breeze
from the westward, which occasioned the
ilx nee to communicate with Topping’s
wharf, the back of whom premises was
chiefly composed of woo l. This circum
stance afforded fresh fuel to tin work of
destruction ; for no sooner ii id the wo id
work caught fire than the flam is, in a re
in irlcalle quick manner, ascended to the
roof of St. O.ave’s Church, anil the o and
warehouses adjoining; the latter being
chiefly filled with combustible nutter, the
utmost consternation was experienced by
the neighborhood. Watson’s Telegraph
which stood conspicuous an object fro n
the London bridge, had also caught fire,
and in half an hour the whole foil down.
The exertions of the firemen were now
directed to preserve, if possible, the ven
erable fabric of St. Oiave’s Church, but
all their efforts were useless, for although
all their endeavors was directed to this
object for nearly two hours, at 6 o’clock
the roof fell in, carrying the burning em
bers into the interior of the church, and
setting fire to the galleries, and by the
falling of the large timbers from the roof
entirely destroying the reading desk, the
pulpit, arid the altar. The flames having
also reached the organ, which was a very
fine one, that al-o was completely de
stroyed by the ravaging element. The
tower of the church, at the eastern end of
the building,then became ignited,and the
bells, eight ill number, shortly fell into
the ring-room without occasioning any
personal injury. One remarkable object
of attraction was the flag-staff of the
church,'placed at the rop of the ringing
tower, upon which was placed the vane.
About three o'clock the top of this staff
caught fire,and continued burning down
wards for nearly two hours, presenting
the appearance of a burning lamp. No
sooner was the alarm of fire given than
some of the officers of the church were
upon the alert, and by their exertions,
though attend 'd by considerable person
al risk, succeeded in placing in safety the
whole of the ecclesiastical documents,
consisting of deeds, parish registers, &c.
The communion plate and altar service
were fortunately previously placed for se
curity with the London and Westminster
The chinch is insured in the Phoenix
Fire Office for 5000/.
Ab >ut eight o'clock the conflagration
was completely subsided, but not until
the church and several of the adjoining
buildings were entirely destroyed, noth
i lg but the bare outer* walls being leit
Considerable apprehensions were for a
longtime entertained for the safety of
the shipping, a great number of vessels
lying m the immediate neighborhood,
and some of whose captains prudently
loosened the ropes, and took their stations
in the middle of the river; some, howev
er, were not so fortunate, and two ships
were very much injured, and several
partially. Two of.the vessels which re
ceived the greatest damaged wore the
Cornwall of Truro, and t!i a leser, of
Weymouth, the latter of which is burnt
down to the water’s edge, both masts be-
ing carried away.
At nine o’clock a very curious incident
occurred at St. Olave’s church, at which
hour two parties, one by license the other
by bans, presented themselves for mar
riage, attended by the worthy rector, I >r.
Kenney. After some little difficulty the
matter was arranged by the firemen pla
cing some boards over the water which
was in the interior of the church, just
within the doorway under the southern
gallery,where Dr. Kenney performed the
ceremony in the most impressive man-
ner, notwithstanding the galleries were
then actually on fire, from which the
Humes were constantly emerging, and
amid the filling of the burnt timbers
from the top of the church—altogether
presenting a scene the most curious and
awful to witness. The ceremony being
concluded, the parties quickly withdrew,
anp were loudly cheered upon their de
parture by the large assembl y outside.
The whole of the adjoining premises
were destroyed down to Fenning’s wharf,
which fortunately, has received no dam
age; their preservation ,beii.g owing ell
'll rely i* the ue-U4nse high and strong
wall which protected their building.
It is impossible at present to estimate
the damage, with anything approaching
to accuracy, but it certainly cannot be
less than £50,000.
‘ Vhe fire in Fetter lane broke out at half
past three, occasioned by a tremendous
explosion of combustibles ill a hou-e oc
cupied by Mr. Newiierry, a practical
ch i nist, and a phyrotechnic arti a ot ce
lebrity. lip on several neighbor-; and po
lice men hastening to the spot, they dis
covered the house ia dailies, the shop
front b own to atoms, and Mr. Newberry
lying on the ground insensible, with no
oth r apparel but bis night dress. They
had scarcely raised hiufbelore a piercing
shriek was’heard from the apartments
above, and on looking up.they saw a gen
tleman with a wood*, n leg endeavoring
to get out of the third floor window. His
intention evidently was to drop troni the
cill but as the flames neared him Ins
courage failed, and he Mired into the
apartment, doubtless to seek flight l>y an
other quarter, and in this lie was loiad,
for in another instant he re-appearid at
the window, and, uttering a cry ot des
pair, precipitated himself head.ong into
the street. The gentleman proved to Le
a Mr. Rose, w ho with his wife, occupied
anartments m the house.
'llrs. Rose and her sisters, the Misses
Creed, slept on the first floor, but before
any assistance could be rendered them,
they perished—the dense body of fire and
flame succediiig the explosion rendering
any attempts of their lrietids and neigh
bors to save them abortive. Considerable
delay occurred oil the arrival oi the en
gines, in consequence oi the brigade be
ing required at the other fires, and 11 ic
adjoining houses were thereby ylaced in
imminent peril, but after little exertion,
all alarm for their .safety subsided, the. im
mense power of the combustible matter j
not having left a body of tire likely to be
of any duration, but merely a heap ot
smouldering ruin:. By the continuous!
application of the hose, the lica ot the
burning frag limits became less intolera
ble, and the first effort of tli ■ firemen now
was to search among the dying embers
for the remains of the unfortunate ladies.
In a short time a cry of horror arose
among the crowd on’the blackened corpse j
of .Mrs. Rose being seen in a shul’, which
was being conveyed by the brigade and
police out of tile building to til ■ work I
shop of an nil lertaker in Bartlett's bm a- !
The damage done to the nughboring
tenements m Fetter Line and Rartletl’s
buildings is very great, the if. ass in most
of the ships and houses being broken by
the violence of the shock, which was felt
at a great distance from the scene of de
vastation; and some idea of the tremen
dous force with which the comhustib e
matter operated may be imagined from
the fact that a chest of drawers contained
in the house was carried clean through
the wall at the back of the house to the
extremity of B irtlett’s buildings, a dis
tance of fifty yards, forcing it into a dairy
against which it struck.
Gr.ouß.vpmc \t. Discovery. —Some
time since a very important memoir was
forwarded by Captain Harris (then on a
mission to Shwa, Abyssinia) to the Bom
bay Government, relating to a magnifi
cent river, said to disembogue itself about
two degrees north of the jin ■, on the east
coast of Africa. Lately ai intelligent
young officer ot the India Navy, (Air.
Christopher,) was and ispatched by Captain
Harris from Aden, for the purpose of
surveyjyug that part of the coast. Ile has
discovered a river to the northward of
the river Jub, which he entered and trac
ed 130 mites from the mouth; as he ad
vanced he found it increased in width
and depth, which from the report of the
natives, whom lie found to be eivi and
obliging, it continued to do 4 H) miles
higher up. The breadth was from 200
to 300 feet; a clear meandering stream,
with the batiks in a high state of cultiva
tion, and grain of all kinds plentiful and
very cheap. It was named by Mr. Chris
topher, the Haines River, after the able
superintendent of Aden.— Colonial Ga
M. Lenz and Professor Buckland de
clare that the most violent animal poisons
have no effect on the hedgehog, which
kills and eats adders and vipers. M. Lenz
says that he had in his house a female
hedgehog, kept in a large box, and which
j soou became very mild and familiar. He
I often put into the box so ne adders, which
it attacked with avidity, seizing them in
differently about the head, the body, or
I the tail, and did not appear alarmed or
! embarrassed when they coiled themselves
| around its body. On one occasion, M.
| Lenz witnessed a fight between a hedge
hog and a viper. When the hedgehog
came near and smelled the snake—for
with these animals the sense of sight is
very obtuse—she seiz dit by the head,
and held it fast between her teeth, hut
without appealing to do it much harm ;
for having disengaged its head it assum
ed a furious and menacing attitude, and
hissing vehemently, inflicted several se
vere bites on the hedgehog. The little
' animal, however, did not recoil from the
bites of. the viper, or indeed seem to care
i much about the n. At last, when the
' reptile was fatigued by its efforts, she a
j gain seized it by the head, which she
ground between her teeth, co npressing
the fangs and glands of poison, and then
devouring eveiy part of the body. M.
I.enz says that battles of this sort often
occurred in the presence of many per
sons; and sometimes the hedgehog has
received eight or ten wounds oil the ears,
the snout, and even on the tongue, with
out appearing to experience any of the
ordinary symptoms produced by the ven
om of the viper. Neither herself nor the
young which she was then suckling
seemed to stiff-r from it. This observa
tion agrees with that of Pallas, who as
sures us that the hedgehog cau eat about
a hundred cant arides, without experi
encing any of the effects which this in
sect, taken inwordly, produces on men,
dogs, and cats. A German physician
who made the hedgehog a particular ob
ject of study, gave it a strong dose ot
prussic acid, of arsenic, of opium, and of
corrosive sublimate, none of which did
it any harm. The hedgehog in its natu
ral state only feeds on pears, and other
fruits. When it can get nothing it likes
butt r, it*ordinary so and consists ot worms,
slugs, frogs, adders, and sometimes rats
and mice.— Gardener and Practical
A Certain and Effectual Cure for AGUE
& FEVER; also used successfully in
the treatment of IJILI .IOUS FE\ ER,
Nausea, General Debility, and Nerv
ous Weakness. .
The most flattering? recommendation? of thi* Mod
cine have been received from many eminent Phys
icians ami others who have u-ed it. And if is pre
sumed that no medicine has ever beeu used whose
action has been more beneficial, p’easatn and invig*-
oratiner, and called forth iron) afflicted sufferers such
expressions of hcaitfelt gratitude and thankfulness.
Persons taking the Pills soon find themselves reliev
ed—Chill broken! Fever crote!! Stomach and head
free and healthful!!! Strength anti appetite in
creasing and improving?, and all nervous weakness
When taken ni cording* to the directions nccome
nyingr them, they never fail to cure he Chill and For
ver the first day, and never sicken the stomach ap
operate upon the b »wels.
Their action upon the whole system is so charming,
hat per-ons are invariably s irprised and pleased
with their lapid and complete jfestoration to health.
The Pills are purely and solely Vegveablr; and
the happy combination of the ingredients and their
proportion? are such as t« * roduce a medicine which
never fails to relieve when relief is at all a-tainahle
Etch box contains ‘JO doses of Pills —Price, One
'Fite Public are hereby cautioned against being
imposed up >n by pay ing it» these bard times one dol
lar and twenty-live «»r one dollar and fifty cents for a
h«»x •»! Pills or a bo tie of any kind <>f M< dicine to
t ure (Tills and Fevers, when a box «»f Hull’s Fever
a id Atrue, and Anit-Fever Pills can be had for only
One Doilai tha» »iyve never faded in a single instanec
<>l cmifig the (dulls and Fever, when u?ml according
to the directions nccompanyimr them. Remember
this, and next time get HULL'S PILLS , and fi ere
hv save v«*iu Half a Dollar.
A i LULI IjLLSMiNG.
These Pills have long been known and appreciated,
for their extra r luiary and immediate powe sos re
storing perit ct he.i th to persons suffering under
nearly every kind of disease to which the human
11 ame is liable.
They are panic darlv n commended to all those
persons who ire afflicted with any kind of Chronic or
Lingering Complaint, a- there is tv med*cine before
the puhiic wine., has so natural and happy effect up
on me system in correcting the si* mat h a <1 iver,
and to the formation of healthy chyle and thereby
purifying the blood.
They are acknowledged by the hundreds and
thousands übo are using diem, to be.not o ily the
most mil 1 and pleasant in their iperation, l)u> the
uiost perfectly innocent, sale and efficient medicine
ever offered to the public. Those who once make a
trial of these Pills, never af erward leel willing to be
without them, and call again ami a/ain for more;
which is suflicii nt proof of their good qualities.
HE AL A CHE—SICK (JR SERVOUS.
Those who have suffered ad are *eary of suffer
ing with this distressing complaint, will fin 1 Spencer's
Vegetable Pills i remedy at once i ertain and itnmcdi
ae in . s effects. One si tgle dose of the Pills taken
siMiii as the headache is felt coining on, will curt* it
in me half hour eiuireiy.
At a remedy in Summer and B iwel Complaints,
they display their wonderful powers to admiratio ,
and an- tar superior to any thing iu use lor these
In Dyspe isia and Liver Complaint, they stand un
rivalled. Mmy have been cured in a lew weeks,
af er having suffered under the drcadiid complaint
for ye >rs.
In Habitual ’ ostiveness, *li'»y arc decide dly supe
rior to a:.y Vegetable Pill « ver brought before the
public ; and one cent box will establish their sur
prising vntues, and place them beyon I the icach of
doubt in die estimation of every individual.
They arc invaluable in nervous and hypochondria
cal aileclions, loss of appetite, and ail complaints lo
which females alone are subject.
They are mild iu their action, and convey almost
immediate conviction of their utility from the first
dose. They may b; taken by persons of any age;
a id die feeble, the infirm, the nervous and delicate
are strengthened by their operation, because they
clear the system of bad humors, quiet nervous lrra
tahility, and invariably produce *ound health.
Upwards of Three Hundred and Seventy Thous
and Boxes of these inestimable Pills have bsen sold
within the last twelve months in three States alone,
and more than three times die same quantity in oth
er S a tea.
As an Anti-Billions Medicine, no family should be
without them. A single trial ol them is mor? satis
factory than a thousand certificates.
CER IF 1C A TER.
[The following is from Mr. Isaac M. 111->mas. Mer
chant, at Talladega Springe, Alabama.]
Talladega Springs, Talladega Cos. Aa.
August 17, 1842.
Tliia is to certify, that I have been afflicted \v
Sick Headache, Dyspepaia, and Liver Cmnplai
ami Cmiivenesff i*.»r the laet eigrht or nine years, and
ring * hieh time I had taken, as well as 1 recollect,
about sixty boxes of Keckwith’s Pills, twelve boxes
of P< ters’ Pi Is, a a! a number of boxes of Champion’s
and Bramlreih’s Pills, ail of which atforded me hut
little or no relief. At last, I was recommended to
try Dr. Spencer’s Vegetable Pill.*, and well I did; for
Inev r had hut one attack of the Sick Headache af
ter I commenced taking the Pills, (now’ about six
months) and 1 candidly confess, that 1 have derived
more real benefit from the u j e of Spencer’s Pills,
than from all the other Medicines and Pills that I
have ever taken, and I would earnestly recommend
them to all, as being in my opinion, the best medi
cine in use for all lingering complaints. The Pills
have done me so much good, that 1 would not feel
willing to he vithout them for five dollars a box ; and
I cannot but feel very grateful to Dr. Spencer for
having prepared such a valuable medicine, and the
di*tr bu ion of it is conferring a v ry great favor on
the public, as it is a thing of the utmost importance
that every family should have a supply of Dr. Spen
cer’s truly valuable Pilla constantly on hand.
ISAAC M. THOMAS.
[Prom Mr. Adam Ri'cr, a popular Merchant in Talla
dega County, Alabama.]
Ki6F. i’s Store, Talladega Cos., Ala. >
August 16, 1342. S
This is to certify, that I have used Dr. Spencer’s
Vegetable Pills in my family for the last six months,
and I consider them the best Pil's 1 ever used. 1
was appointed an agent far the sale of them about
-ix in oaths ago,at which time the travelling .agent
left me about om* hundred boxes, and 1 ha v e sold
out every box long since, and could have sold as
many more if hey ha l been left. 1 think every
family should keen a supp y always on hand. I have
never 3« Id a iv PdD in my stoic that have been liked
so well as Soeucer’s Vegetable Pills.
[From a vt ry respectable Planter in Washington
Washington Cos., Ala., March 9,1812 L
Tb Dr. Speflrer;
Dear Sir—l have H9?d your Vegetable Pills in my
am ily tht Hat year with great success, aud 1 co&sid
cr them the beat Pill I ever used. I have made con
siderable use ot many oilier popular Pitts, but 1 am
convinced that yours are superior to any of them.
Kot Siik Headache, they are an excellent medicine.
For Bowel Complaint, I think them the best medi
cine in the world, and also for the Bloody cetux. I
can say to you that I made great u-e of them last
season. I bad twenty of my blacks sick with the
Flux, and I administered your Pills freely, and 1 did
not loose a single case. My neighbors speak in the
highest terms of them. Respectful y yours,
To Vie Citizens af Georgia:
VVHE IE VS, for several years past, the good Peo
ple of this S are have been greatly, and very seri
ously imposed upon iu times ol suffering and sit k
ness, hv being obliged to pay the enormous price of
One Dollar and Fifty Cents for a Box of PILLS, or
a Bottle oi MIXTURE, to cure CHILLS AND
FEVERS, and other distressing complaints: .Now,
therefore, know ye, that an elfei 'ttal means ■ f relo f
have hern discovr red in DR- HULL'S VEGET
ABLE FEVER and AGUE, and ANTI-FEVER
PILLS; which are otiere I by the Proprietors and
their Age nit at t ho low price of only One Dollar per
Box— front 25 to 50 per cent, cheaper than the ajori
ty of all other med cines for the euie of such com
pla tits; and a w the comparative s lety Willi whir It
they can be taken, together with the s mplictty of
their component'parts (which are entirely vegetabl. )
and the real value of Hull’s Pills, as adapted lo the
wants of the community, there can be no longer the
least doubt of their great superiority over all othei
medicines, not only in their superior properties in
the safe and speedy cure of Chills and Fevers, but
also as a remedy in Fevers of every description.
It is particularly worthy of remark, that out of up
wards of Twenty Thousand Boxes of these Pills sold
in Alabama alone, within the last twelve mont :s, not
a single < asc has come l<* the knowledge of the pro
prietors, where they have faih and to cure the Chills
and Fevers, when they have been used a: cording to
tlf directions accompanying them. And ! esides
these pills are nt* “ qnack medicine they are tht
scientific preparation of experi need medical men,
who, after having prepared this important rec.pe,
most positively declared tha from 11 the discoveries
up to the present time, in medical science, they saw
noway by which they could possibly he improved, or
made in any way more effectual in the cure of those
complaints for which they are recommended: so that
the happy combination of the ingredients and their
proportions are such as to produce a medicine which
never fails to relieve when relief is a' all attainable.
Upwards of one thousand certifies » s might here be
added, of important cures effected by this medicine;
but it is not necessary to publish them, as a single
trial of the Pills is more satisfactory evidence than a
volume of prin ed tesiitnotiia's. We would, howev
er, refer the reader to some eight or ten thousand
families in this Sta c, who it is thought have experi
enced their efficacy, and who would bear ample tes
timony of their unrivalled virtues.
£3=* For Sale by J. 11. 4‘ H. S. Ellis
on Cotton Avenue.
On Mulberry Street, Near the Moth
IN r &
f|V[l stihserher i<* reee'ving large aMi inns to h;«
I -tock <>f COACH"'.S CH VK IOT iUS. B R
. ROUC IKS. BUGGIES, WAGGONS, &.e., Sir.,
fro ■ s Hue *f’he best N..r etn Mn.int te cram whirl,
.m re mmle eXp.p—lv for tins mti'ktof the best mii’e-
I rials, nmi art < rrnt. e rqnnl. if not -nperi 'r to those
,of anV other fstabl slmie'tt Th«r*r in " nnt of n v
i •le-eript|o;i ,1. C.trrii I-. wil find it fr heir inn r* St
t in eveoine 'hi- mill itv a til nr • * of hi- a-s -"input
, Kt.PAl'i’ING. . i «ll the d-ff-r t. I.r .n lies exe II
I eii:ii the li «t manner, by expet tencetl work me , nt
| les- than firm, r pro es
I Ca> RIAOE Makers, nil fi id n goo 1 assorment of
' Elliptic Spri 'g-. \ \l* trees 'timed nt.il boxe.l. D'shi s,
I ninir*. Bands, K >hs. Pate *' Sf Top Leather. I .ace*.
St k in I Wor-ed Fn e'e, Tn-sc.-, and ilino t every
ariele repaired in rhetr hn-mi ss, ttr \tigustn price-.
Ju . 2G 11 3.ti J W BABCOCK.
(£p ■ at rc: rrO
CONSISTING OF GENTLEMENS’ LEGHORN
Panama, m \nilla. and pal i-
All of which, will be sold a- low as the lowest
ay 31. i
Ii \GG.NG AND OPE
(AfVA PIECES heavy Gunny Bagging,
JUU lift Kentucky, do
50 “ Ru«i i, tin
2;X) “ C .tls M mil'a Rope,
5)1 b-. Bagg'ng Twine.
For sa e oil re Usoriiihle term . hv
CtIAS CAMPBELL St CO.
Aug. 23, 1313 15
FA .Vi.! GE INO•OMWl ■: /IN
dij&r hH *
1 HIE subscriber tenders his services to hi> friends
* and the public, m the above business. For ma
ny year-he has been actively employed in this city,
conducting me various branches of trade intimately
connected with the interest of planters. He pledges
his versoiutl attention to matter** intrusted to Ins care.
F JOHN BOSTON.
Savannah, July 5. 9tf
NEW. CHEAP & DESIR ABLE GO D.3
SA.MULL J. RAY, & CO.
HAVE just received mil are n**w opening a gcnein
assmtineiii ol seasonable S’PAPI E AND
FANCY DRY GtJODS, which they w.II sell at .try
reduced prices Itir Cask, being anxious to tedtice their
present large Stock, i.uoug which may be foutul
Superior Wool-dyed Black, B.ue-lJlnck, and Invisible
Green Cloths. .
Cnswmeres, woolen, velvet, vnleutia, -V satin Vis'ttncs.
Flu tint Is, tnrrinoes and prime Oileans Cloths
French, E Iglisli ml American Prints.
Clialleys. Muslin de Limes,French Collar and Capes.
Black, blue-black ami rich l.ght lancy colored Silks
Black, India Safins, Indian t oral Spitalfieltl, Pone ee,
Linen, Cambric and Grass Linen Handkerchiefs
Muslin de Laine and Satin Shawls, Neck Ties, and
Irish Linens,Linen Shirtings, Liwns and Diapers.
Jaconet, Swiss, Nansonk and Book .Muslins
Silk, Cotton and Worsted Hosiery, Gloves, and Sus
Gent’s. Merino Shirts and Pan’s, Stocks and Collars.
Beil Ticks,Brown <fc Bleached Shirtings and Sheetings
Superior Bleached Lmg Cloths, Cat ton Flannels ar.d
Kerseys. Lin»«*vs sup Bed and Neiiro Blankets.
Shell and Buff'd*» Twist Si le. and Riding Combs.
Spool Thread, Tapes, Pins, Buttons, &,c.
With many other articles too tedious to mention.
P. S Purchasers will find it to their interest to rail.
S. J KAY & CO
May 2», 2 te
SALT & IRON.
SACKS l.ivcrpo* l Salt,
,vUUU 20 Tons Swedes Iron.
For sale by
CH AS CAM PH’ LL & CO.
Aug. 23,*13d3. 15
IT 77 ssons
AT J.BAtLN s’ Bu k-STOR".
Till-; LOST SHIP,<>R ATLANTIC STEAMER
.Now Novel I >< .lame The b alse Heir
Tub Days if Queen Wary.
Life of John vJ. CalboC.n.
** John "Tyler. ,
M:ieoi», June 2* ? if
OP EVERY DESCRIPTION
FOR SALE A T THIS
OF Tli K
vOUTIIE? N Q( AltTi'.Rl-Y REYIF.W.
This work hai now been a year before the public,
duriugr which period iw repuiati ,n ha- been so -tu
extended, .is m ]u< ify the liopj a -d belief ihat it will
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THE PETERSBURG REPUBI.It A *
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