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»•» ; ,ût . ZZ,}„. medicine as it made her with fused to take '-me 1 15 Nation of sick. (VniUid s t'u?dcs.e of 100 by lend) was substituted m tue *,■„ drops every thirty minutes.^ M _ Qltj> h . if , v'" r 1 ¥ , ï -ù \ jvf Slip had 10 . thl .a n . 0 n C . . C ^;„m'r^hsuli,,v for per j tliis Satu'rdkV inh,11 o'clock, A. M.—Last been jght (for the first time) she slept well, only f I'KiEiy . w—i -— ... much improved, the symptoms subsiding ranidly, hut she had not slept, nor eaten any , Slur since her attack. The acetate o lead wns^iven as before, and Goulard s Solution discontinued. At 5 o'clock P. M. there was no material change since the morning, nor the limbs completely paralyzed. I then or dered a blister to be applied, and dresseu •with mi ointment made of two drachms ol the acetate of lead, and one ounce ot simple , the other medicine tobe continued. cerate nigni 1 , 10 » un. ... ... - having one paroxysm, which *"*.. not o'ciock m tb e u, g i . etue - the le;i(1 s oiHt . had breakfasted with a PI » , mmnletrlv nno ment had the desired e e • 1 ..„j paralysed the limb to wliu. i i ' 11 ■ L S o'cWk P. M.-No return of the pa ox vsms; she slept through t.ie day and, took nourishment freely. She complained most of the pain in her head and stricture across on the chest; bowels constipated; tongue brown, considerable fever; pain in the s.omach; or dered an ounce of Epsom salts, and it it \f ahould not operate in three hours, the dose . he reneated. The lead was now discon tinnpd and the blister ordered to be dress ed with simple cerate. * Sunday, ' 12th, 11 o'clock.-Continucd to improve; the medicine operated freely; fever abated ; tongue not so brown; no medicine t required. Wednesday, Feb. 22.—The patient was now walking about the house; the paralysis relieved; occasionally »he was ordered small doses of laudanum, and the Epsom or Gluu- J t i her salts with the view of keeping the bow- rr els open and carrying off the effects ofth. r . lead.—She complained of he-.d ache .i tin pain across the -.liest; I onh red her to ,e bled, and an ounce of Epsom salts; no other H medicine required. Frida-, 24th.—Did not complain, < X ept- SI ing general lassitude and fatigue; tongue t clean; appetite good; slept weil, ]' JIH - S<1 1 andnitur.il; the blood-letting relieved the j pain in the head and chest. ( Remarks .—We have every reason to bebeve this woman is now cured of the above formidable disease.—The lassitude and fatigue sannt this time labored under, is a natural consequence ot the severe shuck hr system receive. I, ti om tie very violent and repeated convu sions . mmg it , disease; and also from tao immense q> . y j j lead she had taken, being.. K j*' . j. „ : tote, and 4 mince j ..... i. davs; besides the app ie»n )' ■ ^ ^ lt |iiscase 1 m-,T',? . Ipfu a'i,.v,. fli.,t |I|U carlv •i-julic-ition nfTJ ^ Vs ^ nrmnrt àmr dec ded as it ters would be more P' " p'î h was noUinfil Friday that she became complete. Iv naralizedi and then onlv .m the limb to which they were applied; and on that night the parox ysms ceased; she slept well, and eat heartily on ! tlie next morning; from which time she had a | a rapid recovery. I am indebted to Doctor t'ovr.n dev for the suggestion of introducing the lead externally, and I believe it to be an important point in the treatment of this disease; the object being to paralyze the patient, it is of great mo ment to do it certainly, quickly and safely. : CHARLES EDWARD SMITH. ! l THE WU1VIÏNGTONIAN to t Ann DELAWARF. ADVERTISER. Thursday, March 1G, 1826. \Vc would respectfully inform our friends and the public generally, that Job Printing of every kind, at this Office, in the neatest manner, and on reasonable terms. Those who want Handbills, Adver tisements. Cards or Blanks printed, will be accommodated to their satisfaction. Orders from the country will be promptly attended e execute to. We understand that a number of interest ing experiments in chemistry will be per formed at the Town-Hall on Saturday even ing next, at 7 o'clock. The very reasonable price of admittance, (12 i cts.) will enable the admirers of this beautiful and interest ing science to enjoy an evening of rational pleasure at a very cheap rate. By late advices from Europe, together ■with those which will he found in our paper of to-day, ail doubts have been removed to the accession of the Grand Duke Nicho las to the Crown of Russia. Highness the Grand Duke Constantine, olutely adhering to his former abdication of the Imperial Crown, the Grand Duke Nich olas ascended the Throne of the Russian Empire on the 26th December, and all the proper authorities and the different divisions of the army, have taken the oath of Fideli After perusing the following letter fr Constantine to Alexander, previous to his death, we are no longer at a loss to account for his extraordinary conduct in declining to accept the Crown. He is certainly a wise roan, notwithstanding he thought himself otherwise, and we will venture to say is the first of royal blood wlio ever thought he had not sense enough to wear a crown and rule a nation. Letter of Ins Imperial Highness the Oesarowitch Grand Duke Constantine to the Emperor Al exander I. Host Illustrious, 5tc., 8cc.—Encouraged by the roamfolil proofs of affection of your Imperial Ma jesty towards me, I venture once more to claim ein, and to lay the following submissive request at your illustrious foot. * d° not lay claim to the spirit, the abilities, .the strength, which would he required, if I unlit ever exercise the high dignity to which I ay possess a right by birth, 1 most fervently sup 5'w, -' nur Imperial Majesty to transfer that g it to him who would inherit after me, and by a act to secure the stability of the Empire.— j with respect to myself, I shall add by this abdi tW ,'kv new warranty and a further power to and c J"Ration, into which I entered voluntarily mv fij. em ï y 011 tbc occasion of the divorce from cut =•„ ÏÏ '**■. the circumstances of my pres mewn- 1110 ?'. ', nbu . cc me st 'fl more to adopt this '■rUle »iî W ' R proye to the Empire and the purity of my sentiments'. as His Imperial rts <y 001 May vour Imperial Majesty receive my wish I with condescension, may you determine our il lustrions Mother to accede to it, and sanction it by vour Imperial approbation. *,■„ the cir H clc uf a private life I shall constantly endeavor to set an example to all your faithful endeavor to set an example to all your faithful subjects, and to all who ie animated by a love for our dear country. With profound respect, Sire, your Imperial Ma jesty's mast loyal subject and brother. (Signed) CONST YNTINE CES AROWITCH. Pctersbiirgb, the 14th Jan. 1822. Error Corrected .—When we said this pa per had a greater number of subscribers in j tliis borough, than any other that has ever been printed in this State, we were in error , —The "Christian Repository," which was not long since published by Mr, R. Porter, . had a larger patronage, which is the only nno ' _ ■ (COMMUNICATION.) Muncy, February 4th, 1826. It ; s 0llr pB | n f„i duty to inform you that on Saturday morning the 28th ult. the total stnr | t> valuable mar.liinery, and extensive m:mu factory of S. 8i J. ROGERS, situate on it \f unC y creek, was entirely destroyed by fire; this is the second dreadful calamity those en ti'riiriziim citizens have sustained within a few vears '. | )v t ) lt . destructive freshet of Au gust 1817, their whole establishment was to away by the sudden rising of the Loy alsock; s() complete was the devastationthen. t „at MBIW , y a atone of the foundation of their fabric remained to mark the spot where their industry ind ingenuity had been ex Prc , S od: after tb s misfortune, with a perse vera.ee the most honourable to themselves J t i iey began the world again, without any oth rr n , x iotanee thy., t .. irown industrv and the r . lifi w , licll t . 1P uniform integrity of .i tin r .-on lurt i nparted to those with whom ,e v ,it; their first loss was upwards of H ,. ve ., a „ | their present, exceeds ten thou sand -.11 .rs; what adds to the distress of the SI ... nPf ,„.| the awfulness of the visitation, is t i nt of t .e Ninety three Hands they had ein 1 ployed, m-mv must either live upon the lit j t)e is p.ft them, or fly to the township ( for relief. We are most respectfully yours: J. W. ALDER, this WM. A. PKTKU1KEN, ot .IAS. RANKIN, tie Committee of Correspondence. it , Subscription papers with the above cap j j tjoi | . (re noW j n t i,r care of the I'ol owing „ : persons, in Wilmington, any of whom i. will have much pleasure in receiving such donations as kindly disposed individuals may think proper to commit to their care. J°»* REYNOLDS, it ELI MENDENHALL, p'î D VNIKL BYRNES, BENJAMIN FBRR133, WM. A. MENDENHALL. WM. A. MENDENHALL. I cannot prevail upon myself to allow the a ! hove communication to goto the public, without | a few words from myself. I have certificates be fore me to prove that Samuel Rogers established the first Woollen Factory on the Brandy wine, : and the first Woollen Factory in the interior ot j Pennsylvania. It was not however to state these Facts, whatever credit they may reflect on Mr. : Rogers, that I took up my pen: it was to state ■ ! what 1 do know of my own persona knowledge. l ";' Ve k "°™ koth \"% lr ;,^ÏÏ T, t mi5 ' fortunes bung them beforeithe public, and I have known then- father and their brother,, some-1* where abouc four and twenty \ears, soon ^ ttr i their arrival in the United States from Yorkshire, j KDJfTind, where they have been brought up to the Manufacture of Woollen Cloth,. From | that time to this I have ha 1 occasional mtervlew , | and intercourse with them, and have had f |e - ; qnent npporliinities of ' Cl ' (nv "'^ ' ' ! mints, then habits and.dl ulnth coiistituUscm actrr, and it would he doing themi injustice and Violence to rny own Feelings, if I did not declare that, m all respects, they are entitled to public respect and commisserahon. Subscription!. for t u- Messrs. Rogers will be gratefully received at tins ottice. item, rress. The appeal ot Messrs. Rog-rs' to the lib erality' of the citizens of this Borough and State, is one which should excite the Philan lanthropic feelings of every citizen. Twice have the destroying elements swept away e very thing from their hands and left them on the verge of ruin,—but we trust they "sor row not as those without hope." We, too, have had the pleasure of knowing Mr. Sam uel Rogers. We knew him when he was conducting a manufacturing business, which he had reared by his own industry and per severance, in the present establishment ot Caleb Kirk on the Brandywine, and the cred it is due to linn i of j We being the first to estab lish a Woollen Factory in this State. citizens will bear this in hope our telle mind when they consider the misfortunes of these gentlemen, that the hand which gives may feel the claim which hangs upon its liberality. Mr. S. Rogers is now in town, and will, in the course of to-day and to-morrow.call upon those whom he thinks will be willing to ns sist, by contributions, to repair his very hea vy loss. j vy loss. A malicious and impudent attack (though harmless in its effect, as a puff ot wind,) has been made upon the Editor of this paper by a couple of lads of this town, who have late ly become heirs to that chaste and dignified paper, the " AMERICAN WATCHMAN AND DELAWARE ADVERTISER." They support the character that this paper has acquired for a few years bark, with be coming zeal, and are determined that the "Balance," "Tickler," " Microscope,"nor even the " Dunghill Herald" shall surpass it in its pure and unsullied effluvia, which, like that of the odious skunk, even sticks to the fingers of those who touch it, and sel dom fails to turn the stomach of its victim. The Editor of this paper has not leisure, e ven if he were disposed to stoop, to take fur thcr notice of this display of chastity and talent, so characteristick of its authors. He scorns to parley with inferiors. The Charleston paper asserts that the race between Bertrand, Aratus and Creep • ing Kate, which was recently run over the Washington course, near that city, is the greatest race on record; that the twelve miles were run in 23 minutes 22 seconds, and that Eclipse and Henry were 23 minutes SO seconds, in performing the same over the Union course at Jamaica, in 1823. _ Extract of a letter from Vera Cruz. "The Contador (paymaster) of the frigate Libertad, informed me of a very agreeable piece of news which he learnt on board of his B. M. corvet Sille, which anchored in our port yesterday. At his departure from Carthagena, Columbia, an expedition of 12,000 men, commanded by the Captain General Bermudez, was on the point of S'Utirg sail for the Island of Cuba. I could not miss this opportunity of communicating to you this important news, announced by the commandant of the Corvette to the cap tain of the Libertad." New-York Savings' Bank .—It appears by the last annual report of the trustees of this inslitu. tion, that there has been received during the | a9 t'year, from 9,305 contributors, the sum of $583,572 78. The largest sum received hi any mon ,h W as $r,5, .47 69, in October! and the smallest, $24,713 67, in February. The sum of $615,011 63 was drawn out during the year, The total funds of the institution due to deposit ors, amounted on the 1st of January, to $1,409, 596 26. Of which, $ ,367,639 67 is invested in the United States, and New-York State and City Stocks at the par value; $22,286 59, in real es täte, and 30,350 20, remains uninvested. ' -i lblljb . ' A»-t . -i -- lblljb but Foreign anil Domestic Gleanings. th —-------~ „e Commodore Porter has gone to New- . York. He is accompanied by his two little sons, who will embark for Mexico with him. It is stated in a western paper that Desha the younger, the murderer ot Baker, has hren released from prison by his father, the Governor of Kentucky. A correspondent of the New-York Com- ; mereial Advertiser, cautious the public a- 1 gainst receiving counterfeit quarters anù halt dollars, of the Spanish coin. The bill brought into the Maryland legis hture bv Mr. Kennedy, allowing tickets in ^ the Jefferson Lottery to be sold in that state . has passed unanimously ! ! On Tuesday, (says the Buffalo Journal of the 28th ultimo) Mr. James Adams, of An gusty, Geo. passed throned this village west- , ward, in pursuit of Silas Millard, who hid J j stolen about §4,000 in that place whence , | Mr. A. had pursued him. He succeeded 1 0 in securing the theft in the town ot Hanover, ' Chimtauque co. and recovered $3,500 of the | money. I The cirficiency in the 3ritish Revenue for the quarter ending January 5, 1825, proved to be more enormous tlian was expected, j It was apprehended it would amount to $3,000,000 and it has amsunted to Five Mil lions' ! Pensacola papers to the 4th ult. states, that the deposit of public stores had already | commenced at that naval station, and labor- ! ers had arrived to commence the proposed improvement. f, Lieut. Wm. T. Bourne, of the marine : corps Ht the Gosport Navy Yard, Norfolk, j was titled on Saturday morning last by Lt. Smith, of the same corpse. The parties < L,* „ear the barracks, Lt. B. was shot in | r ■ t y, e j e f t h r east, and died within a few hours— L)put . Smith escaped to New-York. ' New-Ovleans paper, to the 15th ult. have been recc i ved at N e w-V ork. At ttiat time a large a some-1* of pP0 ,,„ ce was comi „g down the M.ssis- j i sippi. A person who had arrived at New-Or-! j ]elinSj stateSi t ) lat he countfd more than three-j hundred float boats, beside, keels and barges, oil ; | tlleip way down the river. I , | .,. he Mex ; can Government has prohibited for - ; e ig n vessel, from being engaged in the coasting. ' ! trade of that country. | - 1 During the revolutionary war, General : Lafayette being in Baltimore, was invited to.j a t)a i, He w ,. nt as „.quested, but instead' of joi „ in!; the amusements, as might be , ex ., ectc j Q f a y0un g Frenchman of 22. he ad- 1 dressed the ladies thus : Ladies, you arc ve ry handsome; you dance very prettily; your ball is very fine; but my soldiers have no The appeal was irresistable; the ball ceased; the ladies ran home and went ! e ot to work, and by the next day a large num ber of shirts were prepared by the fairest hands of Baltimore, for the gallant defenders of their country. Mr. Everett's address to the King of Spain, assuring him of the feelings of "te j spect and good will entertained by the gov ernment and people of the United States to wards his august person and royal family," &c. has produced a strong sensation in Mex One of the Mexican papers, in order to shew that our minister did not speak the sentiments of the people of this country, is nearly filled with translations of the strict ures of our Journals upon the address. ICO. in of MARRIED, its in In this Borough, on Tuesday evening last, by the Rev. Daniel D. Lewis, Mr. Jacob Atkinson to Miss Strati Ann O Daniel BILLS HORSE K IN Red, Blue or Black Colours, are handsomely printed at the Office of the VVilmingtonian, No. 8t, Market-st., on reasonable terms.—Orders will meet prompt attention. March 16,1826. to e • APPLE TREES. THE Subscriber has a large and general sortment of the best selection of grafted APPLE TREES, of the proper age and size for trans planting, which he will sell at a reduced price (as he wishes to sell out) at the establishment known by the name of DIXON'S NURSERY , in Kennet township, 1 mile from Hokessin Meeting House, and U from Chandler's Tavern on the Lancaster Road. as Haines Jackson. 25—4f. 3d mo ., 14f/i, 1826. For Rent. -HE Subscriber wishes to rent a Farm situate _ on the Delaware, about three miles below Port-Pen, containing seven or eight hundred acres principally marsh, known by the name of Long-Island.— Another Farm near the Vitlage of St. Georges, containing about 70 or 80 acres.— Another Farm of about 70 or 80 acres, near Mount Pleasant. ... . None need apply but such as can give satis factory recommendations. T John Nivin. 14—tf Christiana, Dec. 29,1825 W r oïi\\y of Attention. r . t u „.„.u.,, lr * lCSS thdn two Weeks, 3he popular Union Canal Lottery, 2UthClass, „ w .' 11 be , m the c , lt y °i PhUadelplua: Price ol Tiekcs only Jb our Dollars ! Union Canal Lottery, 20th Glass. To he drawn on the 29th of this month. IV SEHEME. 1 prize of $20,000 t " 10,000 5.000 3,046 1.000 ï. 1 1 8 500 16 100 56 57 50 28 1A - nri p „ . " 5 ™ , r ! c , ee . ' , Wole Ticket,...U 00 QuarUrdo. .2 00 | Eighth do ROBERTSON U LITTLE take this opportu nity of advising their friends and the public gen erally, that owing to the extremely rapid sale of the above scheme, a scarcity of tickets is already experienced, which justifies the belief that be fore the day of the drawing, none can be obtain ed, at any rate, not without paying an extruva gant advance on them. R. & L. are determined however not to advance on the present price, but will continue to sellât that price so long as th ^,^ int*ndadventur!nr and we trust there „e few but wdl, wdl do wefl to apply • without . ^ T B031BRT50N « HTTIit* S Orner, No. 28, Market Street, Wilmington. Wilmington, March 16._ 25—td. , , The MuSeUtïl. ; itkj LITTEI.L, 88 Chesnut-st., Philadelphia, 1 Ubo has just commenced a new scries of the Museum of Foreign Literature und Science. - March, 1826. CONTENTS. tai . Portrait of Thomas Jefferson. ! v;.P. t n the Haram bv Mcerxa Ahmed Tubeeb. ev ... • f() rt i f' Blackwood's Magazine, to ' , „ ' ' Uonnii Cou.ioue de Bcarron, 11° , i,' r lr,„nrrt;«e Review Travels in West J Af - from t'.e British Critic On Dilettante , Magazine. Memoirs 1 0 fsaniuc! I'epys Esq .,/•«», the British Cntic. ' ^■ ass0 aIK i |,i s sister—by Mrs. Homans, from the | Monthhi Magazine. The Subaltern, from the I Monthly Review. Recollections of Dr. Farr, from the Monthly Muyazine. The Poet's Den—byA laric A. Watts , f om Watts' Literary Souvenir. j Posthumous Letters of Charles Edwards, Esq., No. 6, from Blackwood's Magazine. The He brew Motl.er-by Mrs. Ilemans ,from the Jlmulet. The Poacher-a tale l.y a Country Curate, from RUkwnoJ's Magazine. _F.,n!dems-by the ltev. | Henry Stebbmg,/ro«i Me .î/n«fc/. 1 he IsLnd ! of Atlant«— by the Re , v \^' ' d JZ' get me Not. ! inlay son s .lis. ion • f, 11 " f bn . u ' f rm e \Z' r -' ' .Y . 'f ihf thews dehmee ot his tnp ■, 7 S/„ ' "Modern Comic n® CC rxA LfJh Maeazinc < l,. lohn liar | r : n ^ ) n B !!A^ a S m estlie <, second—-Royal Academy .',.i vv-ddenses—Steel Gravers—') iterarv ap MSS. preparation, previous tobu ,. v i n J t |, e dead—History of Coffee in Europe j ^."^Lr ceremony at Ncwnton-French histon _ « i» r : t ,.. s Literary Intelligence.— St. Alban's Abbey, a ; p , Mr,.Radcliff.—lirambletyc house,a nov. I el bv the author, of rejected addressc-Sandoval, R |1( . w novc | |, y t ), e aùtlior of Don Esteban—Naval sketcli-Book, bv an Officer of Rank—'The adven | turcs of a voung Rifleman, written by himself— 1 Sir Jonah Barrington's historic memoirs of lrc : i afK |_Isabel, a novel, bv the author of " The to.j j4 v0 , ir ; t e 0 f Namrc -History of Painting in , ta l v> translated from the origjsd of Lu , W f.»nzi, by T. Roscoe, Esq -l7efine., lions 1 0 f the origin of various Changes and Struc turc which occur in man, by Dr. John Baron Geological tour in Italy, by Mr. Ma\ye Travels of the Russian Mission, through Mongolia to China, and residence in Pekin, in the y cars 1820 and 1821, by G. Tiniskowki—New historical no ! vel—Sketches from the note book ot Charles Hamilton, F.sq., by T. K. Hervey, author of Au stralia—the travellers, or adventures on the Continent—Spanish Anthology, by J. H. Widen —Translation ofR. G. Niebuhr's history of Rome, by Mr. Walter—Domestic architecture—Studies in history, by the Rev. T. Morcll—The domestic Preacher; from the MSS. of some eminent niinis the Fortunes of Or 114 8 1881 4 14364 No. by $1 00 50 of is ters—The Peerless Peer, lando, by the author of " I.asting Impressions"— Woodstock, by the author of Waverly—Memoirs of the Margravine of Anspach— Catalogues of old hooks for 1826. Part I.—A Digest of the Evi dences taken before the Select Committees of the two Houses of Parliament—A historical nov el, by the author of " Tales of the O'Hara fami ly"—A new Quarterly jAurnat, entitled " Oes Lyfr Cymreig"—Christian memorials of rhe 19th century; by the Rev. Alfred Bishop—A new edi tion of Deism refuted, by the Rev. T. H. Horne —A translation of the first Géorgie of Virgil, with notes and explanations, by the Rev. R. Hob lyn. New British Publications. Terms of Subscription .—The price is Six Dol lars a year, payable in advance—but if not paid in advance, Seven Dollars and a half. No subscription to be discontinued until all &r rearages shall he paid—and the publisher to be at liberty to retain the numbers as collateral sé curité until they shall have been paid for. Tlie work will be sent to any part of the U. States b; mail, on receipt of Five Dollars on ac count, by the publisher. by to NOTICE. ALL persons indebted to the Estate of F.van Thomas, or Evan Thomas & Co., late of the Bo rough of Wilmington, dec., are requested to make immediate payment; and those who have demands against said Estate, will please present them without delay, properly attested for settle ment. Jolm Stapler, Henry 1 loopes. Mahlon Betfs, Late Partner. N. B. The partnership being dissolved, the IRON FOUNDERY business will be cotinuedin future Maillon Betts, 16 —3 mo. j. Ex'rs by Wilmington, Jan. 12,1826. Late intelligence from Hayti represents every ; were seventeen sail of thing tranquil. There French ships in the harbor of Port-au-Pnnce. A public dinner had been given to the Consul of France, and other Frenchmen. The latter were "hail fellows well met" with the natives; drink ing together in the shops; and walking arm along thtfstreet-. arm in Prices of Country Produce. WILMINGTON, MARCH 9, 1826. .$4 75 *2 75 .*3 75 Flodb, superfine, per barrel Middlings. Rie,... IV usât, white, per bushel or 601bs red, Coax, per bushel or 57Ibs Ditto New do. D-i. Meal, per bustiel,. 98 95 do do Do. 75 70 75 IN MARKET. Butter, 20a25 cts.—Eggs, 16 a 18—Lard, 8 a 10. Bacon, 6 a 8—Ham, 9 a 10—Potatoes, 75a 80. Pork, $4. ___ COHENS' OFFICE, No 114, Market-st 5 Bxltimob^, Feb. 16,1125. Ç (Cj-We have the pleasure to present the fol lowing schme of the next Grand State Lottery of Maryland, 20,829 Prizes amounting to 19,171 Blanks. - 40,000 Tickets, at $4, ï? , , on *y kn *. to a l?, r ,! ze 2, • „ , . . . Mode of Drawing he Nos. will be put into one wheel as usual and m the o e ee i * J 1 " djwinefo progivssln the usual manner! The 20 000 prizes of $4 will be awarded to the odd or even numbers of the lottery, (as the case mav be v dépendent en the drawing of the capp tai prize of $25,000; that is to say, if the $25,000 prize shouldcome out to an odd number, th en ev cry odd number in the scheme will be entitled to a $4 prize. If the $25,000 should come out 11° an even number, then all the even numbers in thescheme will be each entitled to a prize of $4. Odd numbers are those ending with 1, 3, 5, 7 or9. Even numbers are those ending with 2, 4, 6, 8 a No. 6, to be drawn on the odd and even system^ by which the holder of two tickets is certain of obtaining at least ONE PRIZE, and may draw THREE:—This mode of drawing is secured by letters patent under the seal of the United States Tickets only Four Dollar*! BRILLIAN T SCHEME. z5,U00 is 10,000 is 5.000 is 1.000 is 500 is 100 is 50 is 20 is 25.000 dollars. 10.000 dollars. 10,000 dollars, 10.000 dollars, 75.000 dollars. 5,000 do'lars. 5,J00 dollars. 1 prize of 1 prize of 2 prize of 10 prizes of 15 prizes of 50 prizes of 100 prizes of 100 prizes of 550 prizes of 20,000 prizes of 2,000 dollars. 5,5u0 dollars* 1 is 4 is 80,000 dollars. 160,000 dollars. 160 000 dollars. or 0. This mode of drawing not only enables the Commissioners to complete the whole lo iery in one drawing, but has the great advantage of dis, tributing tire small prizes regularly to every al> tomate number in the scheme, so that the hold, er of two tickets or two shares of tickets (one odd and one even number) will be certain of ob taining at least one prize, and in the same ratio for any greater quantity. A ticket drawing a superior prize in this scheme is not restricted from drawing an inferior one also; many tickets, therefore, will necessari ly obtain two prizes each! All prizes pyable in CASH, and the whole to be drawn in one day, ON THE lUtli OF MAT NEXT, under the superintendence of the Com missioners of Lotteries appointed by the Gmern or and Council of Maryland. Tickets will so n rise; at present they may b* had at the originial rates, viz. Tickets, - - - - $4 00 I Quarters, - - - $1 00 Halves,. 2 00 | Eighths, - - Tobe had in the greatest variety of numbers at 50 Lottery & Exchange Office, No. 114, Market-st Baltimore. Where more Capital Prizes have been obtained than at any other Office in America, and where , at usual, the CASH can he had for the whole of the Prizes the moment they are drawn. Orders from any part of the United States ot territories, either by mail, (post paid,) or by private conveyance, enclosing the cash or prize» in any of the lotteries, will meet the same prompt amUpunctual' attention a3 if on personal appli* catidti, 'addressed to J. I. COHEN, Jn & BROTHERS, Baltihori, Baltimore, Feb. 16, 1826. FOR SALE At this Office, Price $1, bound in boards, THE BE LIE AN, *« Oil. Â. Abslract of llie Contents. Atonement—the doctrine briefly considered. Biblical Criticisms—on 2 Pet. 19.—on the Lord'» Supper—on 1 Cor. xv. 45-6-7-8-9. Brownlee's Inquiry—review of, in detail. Calvin—Biographical sketch of,—aiul Servetus. Church & State—Church Establishment, views of Clerical Schemes— De Witt Clinton's Address before the Presbyte rian Education Society —remarks on, Converts in India— Cotton Mather—biographical sketch of) Covenanters—Scottish, i reed—a written, Church Discipline— Ecclesiastical History—sketches of, Educated Ministry—Education Society, Esquimaux, priestcraft among, Evidence—the necessity of, exemplified, Franklin, Benjamin—biographical sketches of, Gra e—universality of, Griffin's speech before the Presbyterian Educa tion Society reviewed— Gurney's Observations and Letter—strictures oq» Hick's Letter—Heresy—Hindoo Religion— Infant baptism—Inquisition, account of, Keith, George—biographi al sketch of, La Fayette— Leslie, Charles—biographical sketch of. Memorial—Virginian, Miller's lecture on Creeds—strictures on, Ministry, Female—lengthy remarks on, Missions—National Tract Society Naylor, James—biographical sketch of, Orthodoxy Penn and Mead's trial— Penn, William—biographical sketch of William Pitt's letter to the people of England, the abuse of Religion— to on Professor and Possessor of Religion— Reformation—the progress of; Sermons of Elias Hicks— extracts from, Servetus^-biographical sketch of, Slavery—immediate, not gradual abolition of— extracts from a pamphlet London, 1821. Society for promoting Christian knowledge—pro ceedings of, Theology—questions in, Trinity— the doctrine briefly examined, Witchcraft—'iather's account of, in N. England. Wilmington Del. Feb- 2 âth, 1825. of A of Cards, Handbills, and Blanks. Neatly Exe«uteU at tliis Office. in