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M. R. Dealing’s Select School
WILL be open for «ne reception of boys
on Monday rw*t. Young men prepa
ring to instruct district schools may bn in
8tn?c?« d it. History, Mathematic*, and other
English stud'wa. Lads commencing the la tin
lacgusgf will receive particular attention.—
Term*$4 per quarter.
7V;cb.S»-ld, N«w. 18. . t9
North Canaan LIME,
By the barrell, direct from the kiln, just
burnt, and warranted a first rate article.
For sale by WM. PORTER,
*3 One door south of the Post Office
ALMANACS
FOR
1833,
RECEIVED at the Cheap Book and Va
riety Store of E. A. LORD.
Nov. 15. ffff
South Cornwall Academy.
THE Winter Term of the South Cornwall
Academy will commence on Tuesday
the 27th of November.
Rev. Wm. Andrews, Superintendent.
E- Warren Andrews, Preceptor.
J. W. Andrews, Assistant.
TERMS.
For English branches, $ • 00
•• Latin, Greek and French, 4 00
Board can be obtained in pleasant families,
ard at convenient distances front the Acade
my, for Si 50 per week.
y'-i _...II i. toon AO
“ KADO ET TON DEO."
ALBERTIIOMER,
SAIR-DRESSEft,
• TWO D»ORS WEST OF THE COURT HOUSE,
(T?“ Up stairs on the right,
LITCHFIELD.
Not*. 6«*
GROCERIES.
A GOOD supply received and for sale at
less than usual prices, at the
North Street Store.
Fr*'*h TEAS, warranted good— Old Hyson
*1,04, Young Hyson 94, Hyson Skin, best
quality, 67, be.
Brown SUGARS, fair quality. 13 pounds for
a dollar ; Loaf Sugar, good at 14 esnts—
Colli e 15—and so on.
75 bushels Turks island and Rock SALT, at
less than tha common price down town.
* Soal and Upper Leather-Nails, less than 7
cents—Glue—Refined Iron.
RYE FLOUR at *2 62 1-2, be. be.
WM. BOLLES.
North Street, Nov. 8____22
TAKEN UP,
BY the subscriber,
on the 8tb of Novem
ber* two red yearling
steers, one a dark red
with a half crop on the
left ear, the other a
pule red with no artificial mark ;—the owner
cun have them by paying necessary charges.
PHINEA8 NORTH.
Torrington, Nov. II, 1832. *3
CAME into the enclosure of
the subscriber some time in
I the month of October Inst, a
| small bay mare, supposed to be
_l four years old, and a sucking colt
cl a dun color.
CLARK H. ROBERTS.
Colcbrook, Nov. 5, 1832. *23
BROKE INTO
MY enclosure, on or about
the 20fh of October last,
a BRINDLE BULL CALF,
without any artificial mark.—
The owner is desired to prove property, pay
charge!, and take him away.
BENJAMIN THROOP.
Mrurmtj iivPi 9, loos X%
NOTICE.
ENTERED my enclosure on the tOth
ult. four red CALVES, three of them
littifers, and one of them n Bull. The owner
la rt*(pleated to pay charge* and take them
♦way. HEZEKIAH GOLD.
Cornwall, Sept. 80, 1838.as
PROBATE NOTICE.
THE honorable Court of Probate for the
district of Sharon hath allowed six
mouths from this date for the creditors to the
estate of
JONATHAN H. PETTIBONE,
lata of Norfolk, deceased, to exhibit their
t aims against said estate for settlement. All
Claims not presented within said time will be
debarred a recovery.
„ r n JOSEpH BATTELL, Ex'r.
Norfolk, Nov. «, 1888. an*
NOTICE.
THE Court of Probate for the District ol
Litchfield hath assigned the t8fh day ol
instant November, at 10 o’clock in the fore
noon, at the Probata Office in Litchfield, for
the examination and aatllament of the admin
istration account of the subacriber, adminis
trator on the estate of Rufus Payne, late ol
Cornwall, Id ax id district, deceased, represen
ted insolvent, at which time and place all per
sona interested In aaid estate will, if they sec
?Hu«e, attend before said court, and be hrird
in the premises. By order of .aid Court,
„ „ „ JOHN **YNE. Adm’r.
Cornwall, Nov. 7, 1888. ill
AUCTION BALE;
BY virtue of an order from the Hon. Cour
of Probate for the District of Litchfield
will he sold at Public Auction,unless previous
ly disposed of at private sale, on Thorodai
the 18th day of November instant, et 10 „>
slock in the forenoon, tho whole of tho loves
teried Personal Estate of'
WILLIAM HURD.
late of Doshen, deceased, {except what is ri
served for the widow,) ruusintiog of Hoes.
.Cows, Hay, and a variety ef Fecming Uim
ail*. Tiie sate will take place at the late tee
deuce of the deceased. ;f i
EBER BAILEY, AJm'r.
T?JV. fe, 1488 i
Tavern Stand
FOR SALE.
M FT! HAT well known Stand In
± the pleasant and flourishing
village of Woknttville. in the coun
ty of Litchfield, which has been
kept for many years Vor
fkred for sale on accommodating terms, r or
further particulars apply to the propnetor on
the premises. gAMUEL BRADLEY.
WoicattviUt. Pel. «3, 183g-_^1°
JOHN WARD,
Watch Maker and Jeweller,
I
I
■as just rcckitko aw assortmkwt or
Watches, Jewelxy, dec.
which those wishing to purchase will please
call and examine. Also,
Gilt and Glass BEADS, plain and cut.
frjw One door West of County House.
Litchfield, Not, t_ tftl
Just Received at the New Bookstore,
ALMANACKS
run
1833.
New Missionary Gazetteer—Also, Universal
Gazetteer, and Sketches of Venetian History.
GOODWIN fc GALPIN.
November 1_*1
GOODWIN & GALPIN
Have Just Received a few Pieces of
Superior Circassians.
ALSO,
A handsome assortment of
HOXiLOW ware.
A LOT OF CANAAN LIME,
fresh from the kiln.
November 1_ *1
New Dry Goods.
*i fS PIECES real Merino Circassians,
Atl fashionable colors.
25 pieces dark Calicoes, from 10 to 17 cts.
SO “ Unbleached SHEETINGS.
15 •• 4.4 md 5-4 Bleached do.
Flannels Plaids Carablet Hosiery
Tickings Sattinets Diapers
and an assortment of other DRY GOODS,
which are as new as some others in town.
Whether they will be sold at such wonderful
great bargains, purchasers can decide by cal
ling after looking elsewhere. 1
ALSO ON HAND A LOT OF
DRY GOODS
which are old, and bought at high prices—
they aro offered 25 per cent less than cost,
which makes them cheap.
Cash and every thing else received in ex
change for Goods at the North Street Store.
WM. BOLLES.
North-Street. Oct. 2520
BOOK8
AT
NEW-YORK PRICES.
£• A. LORD
HAS on hand, and is constantly receiving
from New-York, a good supply of
Books and Stationary,
which will be sold at New-York prices, and
cheaper than they can be purchased in this'
State.
BOOK BINDING
In all its varieties executed in the most tho
rough manner.
BLANK BOOKS
Manufactured of good paper, and on short
BLANKS—* complete assortment—
constantly on hand.
05* Cash, and the highest price, paid
for SHEEP SKINS, suitable for Bin
dings31 _Jan. 12
STRAYED,
L1 ROM the subscriber, bn the
r C5th of Oct. last, a BAY
HORSE—white stripe in the
i ■JtatmaSmwface, white hind feet, six years
old. Whoever will take up said Horse, or
give information where he may be found,
shall be reasonably rewarded.
HIRAM GRISWOLD.
Goshen, Nov. 0,183* *gg
NOTICE.
THE Hon. Court of Probate for the Dis
trict of Norfolk has allowed six months
from the date hereof for the creditors to the
estate of BENJAMIN MOSES,
late of Norfolk, deceased, to exhibit their
claims for settlement. Those who neglect to
present their accounts, properly attested,
within said time, will he debarred a recovery.
THOMAS MOSES. Adm’r.
„ CLARISSA MOSES, Adm’x.
Norfolk, Oct. 15, 183*gg
RECEIVED,
A LARGE supply Kitchen’s Patent CO
COA, Candle or Bay berry TALLOW,
Superior Lamp Oil. Brown Stout. PoaTxa,
Gums, Alcohol, and PAINTS, OILS, be.
at the lowest prices, by
J. G. BECKWITH.
Litchfield, Oct. tS, 1833 30
FOR NEW-YORK,
VIA HARTFORD,
I
Through in 24 hours—32 miles Land
"_ Carriage.
^HE snail Coach leaves Litehlleld ever]
qt € if doe k precisely, (Sunday
excepted)—arrives *t Hartford at 11 o’clock
Stemn Boat leave, Hartford at 1C noon fo
. 1 J. PARKS.
• ■ 4pftl 0
SCOTT’S
FAMILY BIBLES,
FOR #11. *
The Boston Edition of Scott's FAMILY
BIBLE, in six royal octavo volumes, pub.
lished by Samuel T- Armstrong and Crocker
It Brewster*—last edition, in strong and hand
some sheep binding, or Twelve Dollars in ex
ira sheep binding—For sale at the Bonk and
Variety Store of E. A. LORO.
Litchfield, August 80|*
Just Received,
At the sign Drugs and Medicines,
A NEW AND COMPLETE SUPPLY OP
Drugs and Medicines,
Paints, Oils, Wines, Porter, &c.
D OL0 ?"r* *.nd °,d Madeira
vr WINES, in bottles or on
draught—Pure Holland Gin, Cog
1 niac Brandy and other spirits as
medicines—Congress Water, Sic.
all which will be sold rery low for cash or
good credit.
Litchfield, Aug. 16_ to
New-Haven Steam Boat Line,
DAILY.
Fare from Hartford to New- York, inclu
ding stage fare, gs oo
•• from New-Haven, t 00
THE Steamboat SUPERIOR. Capt.San
ford, and the new Steamboat SPLEN
DID, Capt. Beecher, commenced a DAILY
LINE between New Haven and New-York,
on Monday the 27th inst. The Superior will
leave New-Havea every Monday, Wednesday
and Friday, at 12 o’clock, noon. The Splen
did will leave New-Haven every Tuesday,
Thursday, and Saturday, at the same hour.
Returning, each boat will leave New-York on
the alternate day9, at 7 o’clock A. M.
The Superior is well known to the travel
ling public, and needs no commendation. No
pains or expense have been spared in the con
struction of the Splendid, to render her in
every respect a first rate boat. It, is expected
she will equal the Superior in speed, and in
other respects it’s hoped she will be thought
worthy of her name. The Captains and the
Agent will not be wanting in their exertions
to promote the comfort and safety of passen
gers.
{JJ* Excellent Post Coaches and Horses
are always ready on the arrival of the Boats,
to convey passengers to Hartford, Providence
and Boston.
JOEL ROOT, Agent.
Ntw-Haven, Aug. 28. 18821*
SAWS,
Joiners Planes, Moulding Tools.
THE SUBSCRIBER HAS ON HAND,
ENGLISH and American castwteel and
German steel Mill Saws; Cross-cut
Saws. Tenon Saws, Hand and Pannel Saws;
wood, turning, webb, compass and key-hole
Saws—and a general assortment of Joiners’
and Carpenters’ Tools—for sale on as good
terms as any where in the State.
ALSO,
WHEAT AND RYE FLOUR,
warranted first rate.
CAST STEEL in large and small bars.
Faper Hangings.
CHILDREN'S SHOES.
With a General Assortment of other Goods.
S. P. DOLLES.
Litchfield, Oct. 11 18
For NEW-YQRK.
| £ |
Despatch Line Coaches, via Norwalk,
T1TILL leave Litchfield every Monday,
▼ v Wednesday, and Friday mornings, at
4 o’clock, by way of Woodbury, Southhury,
Newtown, and Redding, to Norwalk—and
there take the low pressure Steam Boat CIT
IZEN, Capt. John Brooks, sod arrive io N.
York at 5 o’clock the same afternoon. Fore
through, !%,50.
07-The Steam Boat CITIZEN
leaves New-York, foot of Catharine Market,
at 6 o’clock A. M. Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays, and arrires at Norwalk at 11 a. m.
There passengers take the Coaches, and ar
rive in Litchfield at 7 p. m.
N. B. Agent for the Proprietor in Litch
Aeld, Orlando Wadhams.
C. PARTRICK.
Litchfield, April 19, 1882. {/~4S
New GROCERIES.
SI. PORTER
HAS just received an additional supply of
GROCERIES, which makes his stock
hirge, and they are warranted to he as good as (
the market affords—among them are
Hyson, Young Hyson, Hyson f Fresh I
Skin and Pouchong | TEA8.
Double refined Loaf, } onainQ
Lump and Brown \ SUGARS
Old Madeira, Port. Colmanar, ) p(,Rr>
Samos, French Madeira, and > wimps
Sweet Malaga S W,NEB
St. Domingo and Manilla COFFEE
Ground and unground SPICES
RICE New-York Cracker*
Codfish, Mackerel by half barrels
Turks Island and L. P. SALT
Window Glass—with many other
artkln not specified, which wHI be sold low.
November 1 *1
notice:
THE Hon. Court of Prohato for tho D»*
triM of Litchfield hat limited and allow
ed six months from the date heraof for tbo
creditors to tho estate of
JOSEPH 8COVILL, Jm».
Harwinton, in aaid district, decooxod,
to exhibit their claims to tho subscribers, duly
’ authenticated, for allowance. All claim* not
i presented within aaid time will be debarred a
• recovery. Those indebted to said estate a re
r requested to make immediate payment to
. » JOSEPH II. SCOVILL, Adm'r.
I Barwmtem, Ost. so, uat MM
STRAY STEER.
OROKE into tho enclosure
-13 Ilf the subscriber, on the
first of June lest, a Palaf RED
sHmJQLu STEER, •wallow tail on the
right, half-penny ou the under aide of the left
ear. The owner it requested to prove prop
erty, pay charges, sod take him away.
I ELI C. STONE.
Litchfield, Nov. 5, 1838»*
New School Book.
DURRIE A PECK
HAVE JUST PUBLISHED,
A History of the United States,
To which is prefixed
A Brief Historical Account of our English
Ancestors, from the Dispersion at Babel to
their Migration to America.
Br Noah Websteb, LL. D.
The following are from among the numerous
testimonials in favor of the work which have al
ready appeared:
RECOMMENDATIONS.
We consider Dr. Webster as eminently qualified to
prepare a work of this kind. His extensive acquain
tance with the early history of nations, aod especially
our own—the result of fifty years of investigation—is
the best pledge for the accuracy of his statements;
while the personal knowledge of the events of onr re
volution and tlie establishment of our government,
gives a freshness and interest to his narrative, which
are rarely if ever to be found in the pages of a mere
compiler. We therefore cordially recommend this
work, as adapted to general use in families & schools.
JEREMIAH DAY,
President of Yale College.
BblUAMin 81LLIMAN,
Prof. Chemistry, Mineralogy, Sic.
CHAUNCEY A. GOODRICH,
Prof. Rhet. and Oratory, do.
J. L. KINGSLEY.
Prof, of the Latin Lang, nnd Lit. do.
NATH’L W. TAYLOR,
Prof. Didactic Theology, do.
LEONARD BACON.
Pastor First Cong. Church, N. Haven.
E. A. ANDREWS,
Principal N. Haven Female Institnte.
C. A. BOA RDM AN,
Pastor 3d Cong. Church, N. Haven.
New-Haven, July 17,1832.
Hew-Haven, July 20, 1832. 1
Messrs. Durrie Si Peck—I have taken some pains
to acquaint myself with tite character of Dr. Webster’s
“ History of the United Stales.” It is, in my opinion,
a work of great merit, and admirably adapted to the
purposes alike of our public and private schools. It
will not injure the reputation of its illustrious author.
1 shall immediately recommend it to the Visiting Com
mittee lor adoption into the higher classes of the Lan
castrian School. Yours respectfully,
JOHN E. LOVELL,
Principal of the Laneasterian school.
The Committee of the School Society in New-Ha
ven have concluded to introduce Webster’s History of
the United Stntesinto the Laneasterian school, and to
recommend its use in the other schools in the New
Haven School Society, as a useful and concise com
pend of history, well adapted for juvenile instruction.
Regieter.
The volume contains many facts not contained in
any other History, and as a school hook has the advan
tage of combining at once, with the exercises of the
schools, a knowledge of our country and its institu
tions.—Conn. Herald.
The work will not fail to meet with n welcome re
ception whenever it is seen.—N, Haven Palladium.
From the Rev.T. Marsh, late Rector of St. Michael’s
Church, Litchfield.
This certifies, that I have perused “ A History of
the United States,” writlonby Noah Webster, LL. D.
It is well calculated to benefit the rising generation.
It gives an intuitive and correct view of the most im
portant events attending the discovery and history of
North America. It is adapted to the wants, capacity
and taste of youth. I hope it may fiod a place in eve
ry library, and especially in our High and Common
Schools. The purity of us style, ana the correctness
of its facts, must please every patron of science, and
every friend of virtue and humanity. Docl. Webster
was the first man who succeeded in attempting to an
alyse or parse the English language. He has done
more to explain its true principles, to investigate its
peculiar idioms, to trace its etymology, and banish its
corruptions, than any other person that ever lived.—
His name ought to lie revered, and his philological
writings ought to be studied, Ly every classical scho
lar, and mure especially by every American, who is
disposed to patronise learning, or encourage religion.
oept. 3,1832. TRUMAN MARSH.
From the Rev. Mr. Hickok, Pastor of the First Con
gregational Chareh, Litchfield.
I have examined to some extent Dr. Webster’s
History of the United States, and nm highly pleased
both with the plan and execution. While it is emi
nently calculated for the improvement of the youthful
mind in Common Schools, there is also much valuable
information, both of historical facts and philosophical
and philological disquisition, which renders it profita
ble to more mature and cultivated intellects. I can
not but hotm that it may have a very general circula
tion. L. P. HICKOK.
UlchAetd. Bent. 4.1832.
From the Principal of the Litchfield Female Academy.
I have examined,' with much pleasure, Dr. Web
ster’* History of the United Slates, and have been
highly gratified with its plan and execution. Aa an
elementary work for our primary schools, it surpasses
any 1 have seen; and whether read as a class book,
or partially committed to memory, will be equally
uselul. JOHN P. BRACE.
Litchfield, Sept. 4, 1832.
For Sale by
E. A. Lord, and ? < :(.t,*au
Goodwin Si Gaisin, $ Litchfield.
September 8 Snr»18
Stage and Steam-Boat Line
For New-Haven and New-York.
Fare through from Litehjield to Nno
Hollars.
THE above line leaves Parks* Stage House
every morning (Sundays excepted) pre
cisely at 4 o'clock—arrives in New-Haven al
half past 11 o'clock.
Steam Boat leaves New-Haven precisely al
18 o'clock, noon—arrives in New-York at fl
o’clock same afternoon, at the reduced price
of fS.OO. For informatiou inquire of
J. PARKS.
LiUhJisld, August 60_ »
Mail Coach Line.
Throtigh in out day to NEW-YORK m
ALBANY, iyZay of Ptmgkkesfsie,
WIT.T. leave Parks’ Stage House every
morning nt 4 o’clock, and arrive in
Poughkeepsie in time for passengers to avail
themselves of the Boats for either New-York
or Albany.
For further information inquire of
A. CHADWICK. Agent,
at Parks' Stags Routs, LitchMd.
May 18
NEW GOODS.
RESFKCTruur ■olicit* the public to Mil
■od examine an extensi*o cod well aelee
ted assortment of GOODS, just received
from New-York. and suitable for the presnnl
and approaching season. He is. enabled, by
advantageous purchases at auction and pri
vate sale, to offer his Goods at prices which
must be satisfactory. Most kinds of Produce
received in exchange for them.
One dope touth Pott Office. Oct. 18 •
SAMUEL. M. ENSIGN’S
BOARDING SCHOOL.
THE buildings occupied for this institution
are pleasantly situated in the elevated
and healthy village of South Forma, four and
e half miles south of Litchjield, Conn, and
furnish convenient buildings for the whole es
tablishment.
The course of instruction in this institution
embraces Reading, Writing, Arithmetic, Ge- (
ograpby, English Grammar, Rhetoric, Com
position, History, Logic, Mathematics, Natu
ral Philosophy, Chemistry, Astronomy, the
use of Globes, Mapping, Book-Keeping by
Double Entry, and Declamation.
Tbe morals and habits of the pupils are st
all limes under tbe inspection of tbe Instruc
tor. The period of instruction for a year will
consist of forty-eight weeks, divided into two
terms. There will be two vacations in each
year, the first two weeks from tbe 15th of
April, the second two weeks from the 15tb of
October. No reduction nil! Lir O'.ade for ab
sence except in case of sickoess. Pupils wilt
be received at any period of the term.
Tbe text books used in this institution are
the Bible, Barber’s Elocutionist, Bascom’s
oysiem or writing, i/aooirs ana *_oiDurn »
Arithmetic, Olney’s and Wood bridge’s (large
edition) Geography, Murray’s Grammar.
Jaimeson’s Rhetoric and Logic, Whelplcy V,
Titler’s, and Webster’s History, Day’s Math
ematics, Playfair’s Euclid, Blake’s Philoso
phy, Comstock’s Chemistry with Blake’s
questions, Bennett’s System of Book-Keep
ing, Webster’s or Walker’s Dictionary, Ha
sen's Speller and Definer, and Murray’s Ex
ercise. Number of pupils limited to 25, and
no day scholars will bo received after the
above number is completed.
TEAMS or admission.
Preparatory department, flOO per year.
Higher do. 120 *• •*
including board, instruction, washing, mend
ing, rooms, fuel, lights, beds and bedding
each pupil to provide bis own books and sta
tionary. Terms of all not received by the
year made known on application.
School Teachers who wish to review their
studies, and such young men as may wish tv
qualify themselves as teachers, will have that
attention given them which they may require.
A teacher of Writing is constantly employed.
This Institution is permanent, and is conduct
ed by the Proprietor, and rests solely upon
his exertions for its support. No labor will
therefore be spared to have it maintain that
standing and receive that liberal encourage
ment it has hitherto received.
South Farms, Sept. 4,1832ltwll
China, Glass and Earthen Ware.
A LARGE assortment of the above arti
cles are offered at lower prices than usual,
among them are China Tea Setts, new and
beautiful patterns; black printed L. P. Tea
Setts and Dining Setts, very handsome pat
terns. Also, an assortment GLASS WARE.
Those who are wishing to purchase any of the
above articles will find it for their interest to
call and examine my assortment, which will
be sold at reduced prices.
WM. PORTER.
Litchfield, Oct. 25 20
JUST RECEIVED AT
APOTHECARIES’ HAU,
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
LEMON SYRUP, Chloride of Lime.
White Mustard Seed, Pocket Lights,
Porter, Varnish, Olive Oil, Oil of Cloves.
Alum, Copperas, Paints, Linseed, Lamp and
rectified OILS, PAINTS, Rosin, Lamp
Black, Pepper, Spico, Nutmeg, and Alcohol
from ninety cents to seven shillings per gal
lon ; Opium and Camphor—prices as usual—
all of which, together with a previously pur
chased stock, will be sold for cash or good
_1!a —A. _ JL. 1_ ___Ai 7L..« .a! Ad aa.I \ ♦ aII
viatnti m w v/ --
persons who find it for their interest to be
stow their patronage.
LitehjUU. July 10, 1832 9
NOTICE.
THE Undersigned haring been appointed
by the Hon. Court of Probate for the
district of Litchfield, Commissioners to exam
ine and adjust the claims of the creditors of
the estate of FRANCIS S. PELTON.
late of said Litchfield, deceased, represented
insolvent, hereby give notice that by an or
der of said Court, six months after we shall
have given public notice of said order by ad
vertising the same in a oewspaper publish
ed in said Litchfield, and by posting a copy
thereof on a public sign posting said town
of Litchfield, is allowed said creditors to
exhibit their claims to us; which public no
tice is this day given—And wc do also here
by give notice that we will meet for the pur
pose of attending to the duties of our said
appointment at the County House in said
town of Litchfield, on the 15th day of Dee.
1832, aod on the 3d day of May, 1833, at 10
o'clock A. M. of each of said days.
Joan R- Landor, X
Abhbsl Weuius, V CemtVti
Osissh 8. Sinsooa, >
LiUhJUld, Nov. 8. 1832. M
NOTICE.
WE the subscribers having been appoint
ed by the Hoo. Court ef Probate for
the District of Litchfield. Commissioners on
the estate of WILLIAM HURD,
late of Goabea, deceased, represented insolv
ent, hereby give notice that sis months from
the date hereof are allowed by said Ceurt for
the creditors of said estate to present their
claims to said Commissioners, who will meet
at the dwelling house of Robert Palmer, in
said Goshen, on the second Mondays of De
cember and February next, at one o'clock F.
M. on each of said days, to icceive, examine
and adjust the claims ef the creditors to said
tSS.VZ2.togz
jfUJLIOS BlA€V| I
Oasfcsw, Nee. 3.1832 gg

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