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Gerrit Smith's Platform.
ftcail and ixoimW it, poor fearful whig and
democratic souls, w lm, for soke of success,
nrrifired trulli and honor, unit committed
trensnn ngninM nil jnnr liuinnne impulses.
Lay it lfilt! tltvir Baltimore structures, ami
blush mr their diabolism, niitl repent for
Jour Consenting thereto. Let free Demo
crat, too, lny it beside thus of Buffalo mid
nd Pittsburgh, comparatively excellent tluV
tlicy be, oiul nee if there lio "no ilitfermira,
oilier than (lint of words." See if it be not
lirooder, nml strongly, ami higbi-r tluiii they.
To any iioVbhig of Its ftco tnwhr, which to
tu is Hindi, it is superior in dint it proposes,
tiol merely to make aliivrry sectional, " lint
4o mnko liberty niiivei cil. It tlirerla its
Main enginery, tint ngnitist slave trading, and
lave extension, hut iliicclly egniust the nib
embracing evil, slnvery'e exigence. It wel
oeaastit it solid footing and to it snfe pro
tection, flic three millioiia of slaves, which
the other lour, quietly consign to the private
clutcjics of tho sta'esj which now despoil
nd criiah them, lis brevity only hns cover
ad from view other plunks whir-hall know
rc jointed mid well and firmly matched in;
specially 1 1 tut hrond nml gloriously polish
ed one, w liicli niliuile the heretnfiire nlwnys
disfranchised Imlf of (Trillion, to its protec
tiou unil Uk' Piijoyini'til of their rights. Let
u all rcml it in the light of Mr. Smith's pnst
history nml present success, nml b'nrn wlnil
may be bopt'd fur, by mural independence
and bokl fidelity lo justice, liiineinlxi ing
that thin success mum forced upon him in
spite of purty power nml his own reluctance,
s a tribute to his iimrnl hcioism. And thiit,
too, by turn who wen; so morally piirhlind,
not to say besotted, us to vole liir Scott or
Ktit eve nre keeping our render from the
doruwient. It is one fiir llm world. And
tine which, considered in the lic.ht of n polit
ieJ document, uiiiy well m:ikn the world
IsBficfuJ Cir list tilliiinlo Hgciii nilinu nml dis-eiittirIUiM'tit.
GERRIT SMITHS PLATFORM.
T II l'tirt tht Comititt of (Xtirego und
You nouiiuiiled inn lor n sent in Congress,
notttilhrJulMhlig I besought you not to do so.
In tain m my rcsistniici! in jour persever
ing aim! uiirt'h'iitiiiK psuiH'.
I hml reached old ngr. I hud never Imtil
titfico. Notliiug w us UKiift liireign to my
rxprct.itiiiiis, nml nothing was more liiri ign
In my wishes, llimi the holding l ollire.
My multiplied nml extensive nll'ii i o gnve me
lull ciuplo) iiient. My habits, all kiruicd in
private life, nil shrunk from public lile. My
Jans of usefulness mid happiness eiinld lie
arried out only in the seclusion in which
tny vrnrs iiimi usicn fpciu.
ify (tmiiinnlioii, us I supposed it would,
lias reunited in my Wih-immi nnd tl.nt, Im,
ly o vrj lurge n.njtn iiy. And now, I
Hint I eiMihl resign tho oiliee, whieli your
imrlinlity lina nceoided to me. lint I must
IKA I ciilinol. To rexigu it would Ihi n
i ..r. r .i.
rare generosity, which bmku through your
trung nlliu liinenls to pnrly, nml bestowed
ynnr votes oil me, the peculiarities of w liosu
mlitieul creed leave him wiiliiiut a party.
Very rare, indued, id the generosity, which
ww not to lie repelled liy a politienl creed,
among the peculiarities of w hich mo
. 1st. That it iicknow ledges no law, nnd
knows no law, for Slaver : That, not only
is Shivery not in the 1'ederal Constitution,
but that, hv tin iiussiliililv, could it lie
drought either into tho l-Vdcrul, or into a
2d. That the Right to the Soil is as natural,
alMidutc, mid etptal, ns tin) right to the light
and the nir.
Hd. That iMililical riiihts nre not conven
tional, but natural inheriting in nil persons,
the hhiek na well ns the while, tho leinnlti n
wrll us ll;n m ile.
4ili. That the doctrine of Free Trade is
the mcos.irv outi'i-uwili of th doctrine ol
the human liiutheihood ; ami that In impose
restrictions on eoinmerce is to build up un-
iiatiii-al and sinl'ui liairit'is ncioss that brotli-
5tli. That the nalionnl wars lire ns brutal,
Imrlinrniis. end iiniieeessarv, ii mo llm vio
Ifiien nnd liloodslied In which iniiyuuleil ami
frenzied individuals nre prouipleil ; nud that
iireounlrv should, hv lierown lieaven lrtist
1.... ui,.l IimihimI'mI ex ininle. luihleu the day
when the nations of thu earth "shall hen I
their swords into plow kliares nnd their
.Mivfnrs into iiruiiiiiU hooks; nation shall not
litl lip sword ngaiusl nation, neither shall they
Imirn war nnV more."
tilh. 'J'hat the province of Government is
but to protect to protect persons mm prop
erty ; and that the building of riiilru.uls nml
.mix nnd iliu cure of schools nnd churches,
fall entirely out of its limits, nml exclusively
within the runge of "the volimtury principle."
Narrow, however, lis oro these limits, every
luly within them is to bo promptly, failhful-
Jy, fully performed j as well, fur instance, the
Jutv on the rmrt of the Federal Government,
to put nn end to the dramshop maiiuliicture
t paupers ami iiiniimeu hi inn t ijr ui
Washington, as tho duty on thu part ol the
State Government to put an end to it in the
7ih. That, ns fir us liriictieiilile, every nlii
er, from the hiirhest to the lowest, including
especially Ilia rresuient linn rosiiimsii-i,
Shnulil lie elected uirecuy ny inu ikhih.-.
I nooil not eiiend miv lurther the viiumer
lion of tho features of'my peculiar politienl
creed; and I need not enlarge upon (lie ren
on, which I gave, why I must not, nud can
not, resign the office which you luive eon
furvml lllioil file. 1 will only uilil. that I nc
cept if, that my whole heart is moved to
' ralilude hv vour bestowineut of it; and
Thai. God helninil me, I will so discharge Us
duties, as neither to dishom.r myself or you
Peterboro', Nov. 5, 1852.
. APaoTEM. The South Carolina LogMature,
whon it voted for Picrco and King, accompanied
ths rota with a protect ngainat iu being coiv
- aidarcd any approval or acquiescence in the
. compromise raeaurci. like our Northern
Whigi t"7 nit upon tha platform,
The Executive Committee ol the Wo
man's Right Assncintinn, holds its regular
meetings on the first Wednesday of encli
month, commencing at 0 o'clock. P. M.
Letter from Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov., 1852
pKoTtir.R Maru-s t I arrived in this city at
10 o'tWk V- M. yestcrdny, in aafcty, although
tliecnrt run off the track when within ten
mile of this place. Fortunately no one was
injured. I had several good long talks with
slaveholders, and tlnveholding apologists. I
consider taking all things into account that
tho slave and his friend have rca'on to thank
God and take courage. One man, a slaveholder,
denied to mo that he was in. Thus you seo
they nro beginning to bo ashamed of it, at
lc:it nt tho North. I camo here whero it is
said there is little or no sympathy for tho slave,
but to toy the lcnst,thcrc is one righteous person.
I went with an old friend to hra' Rev. Mr.
Furnaco pardon mo for saying Reverend, It is
the first time fur years but really I do revere
man who will come out at tho sacrifice of all
ho has, except life, and plead the cause of
le down -trod Jen. Mr, Furnace preached from
these w0rd, The field is tho world." Ho
mode out clcnrly, '.hat pure and umlrGlcd re-
giun is, and nlnnys was, a prnctical thing;
nml to iii.ikc sure of eternal life, men tnuit do
as they wniiUl he doilc hy. In short, ho gnve
one of the most Imld snd fcarlcu discourses,!
menn out and out auli-luvcry, conic-outrr ser
mons, I ever heard from mans' lips. Ten such
men would invc the city, for ccrtuin, and I
think three would.
I refill to think, ns Albert linrm said, that it
n in the hnmls of tho church to abolish or
Now If the Clergy havo such tremendous
power, what icnrlul rcsposilalitics rest upon
tliein. As said Iriend (iarrinnn, what a man
enslaving, war-makind, oath taking, sin-perpet-
untiug rrlii;ion it is, that is preached and prac
tice in this country, llut out of their ruins,
they nro all to be destroyed. This Mr. Gar
rison said prophetically in A. D. 1837. How
truly has that prophoi y come to pass, snd is
coming. til.n L.H u. Vltun
Christian Anti-Slavery Convention.
We find iu the Ohio Stnr nml in the Jour
nal of this place, the following notice. Had
been furnished us, it would havo given us
plensurn to luivo inverted it ns soon ns our
neighbors. With tho signers of thu cull we
hope there may be a lurge uttend.ince, nud nil
interesting mid profitable convention.
Arrancetiients havo been nuidu to bold n
Chriniau Ami-Haver)' Convention in the vil-
laceol rreeiliiiu, hlnrk t.o., Ulno, on 1 burs-
ay the ilny ol December next, commenc
ing nt 10 o'clock A. M., nnd to continuo over
thu next day if thought best.
Freedom is situated nenr the rrnswin;- of
the Cleveland ami Wellsville, nud Central
Railroads making it easy of access for lliosn
who may w ish to ntteuil thu Convention.
cordial invitation is extended tu nil Inu
friends of bmnauiiv nml a pure Christianity,
to meet with us in Convention. As the wlmhi
subject of Christian duly in reference tu tho
sin of Slavery, will be before the Convention
for investigation. V e hope there w ill be ns
general atienilanee us circumstances w illnd-
ii. it Ii oiii the ililtorcut ileiiominiitiuusol Cluis-
Rr.v. C. M.PRKf-TO.V,
r:v. a. w. iia;i:u,
Rkv.S. Sll AFFF.lt,
11.(11 A.NCi;, and others.
October 3, Id.Vi
A Southern Verdict.
Tlic Soiitlirrn Itaptitt, publnhcd st Cliarlei-
tou' 8. C, is tho most candid snd free-spoken
paper in the whole South. W'e take its cen
sures, its counsel-', its coinincndatinns, its ap
peals, ss always dictated nnd controlled by an
hoocl conviction of truth snd duty, and emi
nently free from tha iuttuenco of human fear or
favor. Speaking of the attack upon Mrs. Stowo
and Mr. Hccchcr by I)r- Vurker, this paper
says, under ditto or tljtoncr "0 : laileptudttu.
"A long, and we think, satisfactory vindica-
cntion of Mr. Krccher has como out in tho col-
umna of Tht I nt'ipenileiit. It appears that let
ters wero written in Dr. Parker's study by Mr.
lleeclier, snd that they wrro accepted by Dr.
Parker as a substantial expression of his view s.
Dr. Parker probably supposed theso letters
would bo again submitted to his Inspection, and
be revised, before they should bo published as
his, whilo Mr. Ilcechcr presumed that they had
received his full acceptance, snd had them pub
lished seeordingly. Tho letters nro not forger
ies in sny senso to w hich tho word may legiti
mately bo applied, snd its uio under tho cir
cumstance is greatly to ba tegrottcd. E itli
Mr. Jlccchcrand Mrs. Stnxe are, wo doubt not
possessed nf a high and delicate sonso of honor,
incapablo of such baseness at hat been ascribed
to thcin. Tiny aro Christians, high-spirited,
enthusiastic, dashed with genius, courageous
on all subjects, and ultra on tho suhjoct of sla
very. We oro glad to say thut this liut item it
the only objection which wo can find sguinst
them, and to add thut we entertain infinitely
more respect for even a conscientious opponent
of slavery, than for a timid and shuffling advocate
and simply on tho ground that the latter indicts
more injury on our csuse than tho former by
any possibility can. Tho lame apology of the
latter seems like a virtual admission, that the
institution has inauporablc evils in it, while the
somber portrsiture of tho other, exaggerated as
the likenoas may be, sometimes admonishes us
of evils wl:ich need t be corrected, and moves
us to. engage in the work of reformation."
Mr. Pii.LSBtsr, untiring and indomitable,
line re-commenced his labors in New Kng
Innd. A scries of mccctings are ndvertised
for liitn, commencing on Wednesday Inst.
Our renders will feel themselves gratified
with bis enrly remembrance of them in our
paper to-day. The chnste diction, originnl
thought, nnd bold fidelity of his letters, mnke
them welcome even to some w ho occasion
ally feel the severity of bis entire or the
force of bis truths. We earnestly hope be
may find timo in the multitude of his labors
frequently lo communicate with the people
of the West, through the Iluglo. To bis nu
merous nnd nttnebed pcrsonnl friends, such
letters will be nlways most welcome.
New Yoiik Suva Cash. This rase, of which
portion of the proceedings t ill be found In
another column, has been decided in favor of
the colored persons.
The Privatk Mkmcal Imstitctk of Dr.
Thomns ns will be seen by bis advertisement,
commences n new term on the first of March.
To the friends of Free Discussion.
The undersigned solicitous for the ad
vnncenient of llm rnuse of Truth nud Hu
manity, hereby invito nil who nro friendly lo
free discussion, to nttend a Convention to be
held Pt Salem, Ohio, on Saturday, Sunday
mid Monday, 27lli, '2Hih,nnil Will of Novem-
her next, for tho purpose of freely nnd fully
canvassing tho ORIGIN, AUTIIOIUTY
AM) l.NFIXF.NCi; OF TIIF. JF-Wlrill
AND CHRISTIAN SCRIPTLRF.S.
This invitation U not given to any particu
lar class of Philosophers, Theologians or
Thinkers, but it in good faith, extended to
nil who feel nn. interest in the examination
of thu (piestiotifl tihovn slated. There mo
many who lielicve that a snperimlurul Reve
lation (ma been given to man ; many others
w ho deny this, and a large number w ho nre
nllliclcd with perplexing doubts trembling
between thu silent skepticism of their reason
nud tho fenr of nbsoltito denial. In issuing
n cull for n Cuuvcntion we have iu view the
correction of error by which party soever
entertained, nud the relief of those who stnnd
between doubt nnd fear from their embnrras
Some mny have no doubt that tho Jewish
nud Christian Scriptures hnve subserved on
important end, nml yet believe thut their
mission is nearly completed mid must be
superceded by a new dispensation ; snino
may believe that their influence tins been
prejudicial iu every respect, nnd thut they
htivo been n curse rather limn o blessing to
mankind, others may believe them a perfect
record of the Divine will to mnn good in
tho pnst nml for nil time to come ; and others
still may deny tho plenary inspiration of the
Iliblc, discarding much of the Old Testa
ment, nud receiving most or nil of the New.
Still such diversity of opinion instead of
prejudicing the interest nud good results
which ought to attend such o Convention,
will rather tend lo increase its interest and
enhance its value to the cause of Trulli.
Doubtless a freo intereliango of thought is
the best mode of exciting inquiry nud of ar
riving ut thu Truth.
" lie who hat a Truth and keeps it.
Keeps wl.ut ii"t to lum belongs ;
But perforins u Ii-.h action
And his Icllow mortal wrong'."
We invite, therefore, nil w ho feel nn inte
rest in this ipicHtioii, without distinction of
sex, color, sect, or party, to come together,
that wo mny sit down liko brethren in n
communion before tho nltar of intellectual
nml spiritual Freedom.
JOSF.PII RARKLR, Milwood.O.
I.. A. 1 1 INI'., Cincinnati,
TIIO.WAri SHARP, tfulmii,
W.M. WATSON, liwell,
JOSLPU SMI I II, New H.-ightuu, Pa.
8 VMl'F.L HUOOKi:, Saleni, O.
T. D. l OMI.INSON,
SARAH McMII.LAN, "
JAMF.S R VRN'AKY, "
M. R. RORINSON, "
MARY 1.. GILISKR T, Marlboro.
III'.NUY C. WRIGHT,
DAVID I. GAI.KRF.ATII, N.G.irdon,
F.STIIFR ANN I.I KF.NS, -
NATHAN GAI.IIRF.ATH "
I. AIR A It AltNAIlY, Salem,
II ARK II' I' N. TORRKV, Paikman.
K. '. THOM AS, Marlboro, O.
GF.ORG U PIKRCF. Hail, P.i.
WM. I.I.OYD GARRISON, Huston, M.
I.. V. 1HF.KCF., Akron, O.
WM. i:. I.I KK.NS, Puluiim, O.
JII'.NJA.MIN MICHINF.R, nucefiuld,
A11UAIIAM AI.I.KN, Oakland,
CAl'A V. Al.LFN,
J ACOR WALTON, Adrian, Mich.
J HOMAS CHANDLFR, "
F.LI NICHOLS, Wiilhnmling, O.
ORSON S. Ml 1( KAY, Fruit Hills,
CIIAS. K. WHH'PLi; liosion, Muss.
LOP HOLMF.S, Columbiana, O.
W II.SON S. THORN, YoungHtowii,
A LI 'K I'D WRIGHT, Dorset, O.
Rl'MSF.Y RF.KVi; NowLymo.O.
J.W. WALKKR. " " "
MON I'AtJI F. URF.TTnLL, Rome, O.
F. I'll R AIM RL LOON.Tuciimseh, Mich.
TYLFR PARSONS, Fast Huston, Mass.
JOKL 1'. DAVIS, licoiiomy, bid.
L. M. DAVIS, "
IIWKN THOMAS, N. Munchestur, la.
l.l'CY 8 TON K, West nrukfiold, Mass.
JOSi:i'H CARROLL, Ravenna, O.
F.LI THOMAS, Sulem,
OLIVER O. HRtiVVN, Clovelniul,
LFVANT JOHNSON, IJainbridge,
8ARAH IT. JOHNSON, "
Written for the Bugle.
"What made the Democrats so glad!"
At the torch-light procession passed, on tho
evening oi 10th, little boy inquired, "What
made tho Democrats so glad i"
Thry'c glad, my boy, because their might
Once more has triumphed over right,
That Slavery's blighting, nuldow stain
Four more long years shall still remain.
That four more years the slave must tod
In fottcrs, on Columbia's snl.
Thcy.ro glnd, my boy, that slavery, dire,
Like yonder wreathing chain of fire,
Mia'.l twiuo around tho million hearts,
Till the last spark of hope departs ;
tven fetter freemen st tho north
To do the bidding of the south.
They're glad there's one elected in
Pledged to perpetuate this sin I
To stamp in dust the rights of man,
Put christian duty under ban,
To send the flying bonduinn back,
ith northern blood-hounds on his track.
They're glad, my boy, that Clay mis-spent
His mighty energies, and bent
The servile knee before that power
That brought our country this dark hour.
Think of the race he might havo run-
Think of the good ho might havo done.
They're glad a Webster tUeps in night,
A recreant to tho truth, and right.
That no despairing, trembling slavo
Shall drop s tear upon his gruvc.
Though Boston's domes arc robed In black,
Horror, they cannnot bring him back.
Remember, boy, their knell will toll
When freedom's surging waves shall roll ;
A few moro triumphs such ss this,
Will end, stlsst, their boyish bliss.
The record of their lives will sny,
'J'liey lived, they sinned, and pnssed aw ay.
S. A. D.
As supporters of slavery, Whigs arc M good
Democrats, sod besides, tlicro were Wliigi m
A LiTiMnnr Faiixuf.. Culhnun's Literary
works have been published in Charleston, S. C.
A paper of that city says of it :
" But little interest or demand is manifested
for tho work, and the edition for the most part
lies quietly reposing on the booksc'.lot's shelves.'
Better Than They Expected.
It now seems thut tho Whigs beat the
Freo Soilers by four States, instead of two,
ns bus been slanderously reported. They
have Massachusetts nnd Vermont, Kentucky
mid Tennessee. Another such victory, will
liwku tho Whigs tno IhirJ party. .
Westkbm Amti-Slivcrt Fsib,. Tho
friends of the catisu of freedom w ill notice
the call for the fair. Let the appeal of the
ladies meet n promt ami hearty response.
They hnve herululore rendered most i llicient
aid iu the cause.
Tub Cincinnati Anti-Slavkuv 8lwi.no
Ciiiclk, has appropriated $.50 in aid of the
Christian Press. Tlicy consider tho Press (nnd
very Justly, an cfticicnt aid to the Anti-Slavery
The Cincinnati Ladies arc ever ready to ex
tend a helping band to all classes of canictt
laborers in the good work.
Conditional Membership. The Editor of
the New Yuik Tribune, says iu answer to
some rhnrges of llm Albany Itrgxattr
" If the Albany Hrglalci has n telescope nf
suliicifiit power f discover tho lale W Ing
parly, lie mny perhaps lie good enough lo
.ell us wheiher legalized ruin-selling nml
Slnvery l.vteiisiou are mining us principles.
II Ihcy nre, we iloiit belong tu it.
With these two conditions, it seems In us
it will Im hard for llm Whigf to claim Mr.
Greeley us nno nf them.
Receipts for the Bugle for the week ending
C. I.. Cox, Alliance, $2,0!-4!3
A. Stanley, Newton Falls, 1.00-.17J
Mrs. Church. Salem, 75-38 1
M liretell. N. J.yaio, 2,00-310
J. II. Baldwin, " 1,40-4:11
I.eonidus Itccvc. Phelps, l,)0-4:iJ
Luther Keeves, Uimo, 1, -50-131
John Pierce, Austiiiburgh, 2,00-4 10
Grand Musical IiD'.erlainmcnt.
The Distingui'hcd American VocalUt, rianut
and Mclnphino Player,
ASSISTF.I) BY JACOB E. 1IOSMER,
Author of tho Yunkeo Maid, Farewell My
Sweet Mother, Deaf und Dumb Ci ill's Drcsni,
tic; formerly known as tho
Have the pleasure of announcing to tho Ladies
and Gentlemen of this placo that they will pivo
one Concert of VOCAL AND INSTHUMEN'
TAL MUSIC, On Saturday livening, Nov. 20,
at the Town II ill, Salem.
When they will present a choice selection of
their most Popular Pieces, which have been
received with every mark of furor by lureo au
diences iu all the principal Cities ol the United
Doors open at 7, Concert to commence at 7 1-2
o'clock. For particulars seo small bill.
S. ALEX. 11UUU3, Ast.
DIt. C. PE.VllSON,
ii o m o: o p a t ii is t ,
"ITAVINO permanently located in Salem,
J L would respectfully announce to tho Public
that ho is prepared to treat Homcenpsthieally nil
a ... ...i. r. i : ...... ir. ..:
a general invitation to all, and Hatters himself
ho can render general satisfaction.
OFFICF, AND UKSIDKNCK, on Main St.
OrPVSlTR THE PoST-Omt R.
May 1.5, 183J,
THE YAXKKK NOTION STORK has been
removed to Dr. Stanton's lluililm!. Cmrr of
tin and Chrsnut St., immedintily West of
Chessman He Wright's Hardware Store, and
nearly opposite, the Rank.
Where the most Beautiful nnd Intensive
Assortment of FANCY GOODS AND YAN
KEE NOTIONS, that has ever yet been brought
this country, csn bo found at tho lowest
Snlcm, Nov. 20, 18.52.
MRS. C. L. CHURCH.
ATE OF THE CITY OF riTTsnURGH,
BEOS leave to inform the inhabitants of Sa
lem and vicinity that she hns brought with her
large assortment of IIOTAMC Mi:i)IClI.S
carefully prepared, in the form of Pills, Pow
ders, Tinctures, Syrups, Ointments, halves and
Plasters, together with an nssnrtinent of crude
unprepared Medicines, which she ofTcis for
on reasonable terms fur enb, or such arti
cles of produce as urc used in n family.
OJftse, Corner nf (Irrcn ami l.undy SI.
Salem, Nov, 20, INjJ.
"lOOKS ! BOOKS!! LOOKS!!!
Jewell, rrortori Wcrlliington,
LIS srr-cntnn-sT., iLevi.AMn, o.,
Wnn.n invite tho nttcntinii of the public
their hirgniuid varied nssnrtinent of Itooks
all depaituients uf literature, which they
ofler, nt wholesalo or retail, at very low
Country .llprrliimls) &. ltooksrllcr
Will find it tu their ndvniitago to call on us
before purchasing risen here- Our Stuck of
School Books, Juveniles, nud Stationery, is
largo nnd complete, und we can sell nt such
prices us will make it nil object to buy of us.
FOR AGF.N'I S AND PF.DLARS
We hnve n fine lot of Hooks, valuable, interest
ing nml cheap, w hich will sell lirst rate, ami
pay n handsome profit. The foliuwiiig is a
of ihcin :
rARt.r.r's cklkbiutko c iaivrr t.tnn.inv
containing twenty beautiful volumes, five
hundred iidmirahlt! engravings, nml nearly
seven thousand pages hy lion. Samuel G.
Goodrich n gentleman who, us Peter Par
ley, has mailt; his iiamo n household word
These popular books nre a library in them
selves. 'I bey embrace the most important
subjects in History, lliograpby, Science nnd
Art, so judiciously arranged, well condensed,
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