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The Montreal Herald d the 11th instant
„vs, "The rivet near this city is now clear
On the morning of Wednesday Inst
A thick haze hung over the
Jbf ice.
rjt broke up.
water, which concealed in a great measure
the scene from the eyes of the crowds that
assembled on the beacli to witness it. The
noise of the crashingice was audible enough;
and now ami then large sheets rising aloft
and then falling to pieces, might he distin
guished through the mist. Yesterday see or
al canoes am! hatteaux passed between this
city ami the opposite shore."
Doctor lb ita, a celebrated Gerniaft poll* '
f-.il economist, i alcuhites that within My i !
veils one him lied and thirteen rotr-du
thins have been adopted and publisied in
Ti „ , ltw i \ nr»ii«e numjer. 31 i
jyiropc wnd Amenta. Uitmsnun w - *
are extinct, and 82 are maintained a,1 |■
cure tights more or less extensiv- ln a pop
illation of more than one hundred millions of
souls.
Chesapeake and Delaware Canal. —Ther/
a ic now more 'ban three thousand men t
wurk on the osscut Canal. Two of tie- ;
wharves at Delaware City. m. tlic DelaWrc !
npleicd. each 200 feet long ;nnd |
exertions are using to increase' the
Bay are
greet
number of workmen on the whole line.
j
-
A son of Mr. Samuel Phillips, agd a,ion 1 -, j
file engaged in fishing istlie Deluwatc neat
the citv of Trenton, on the 19th mst. fell from
the renik whereon lie was sitting into the water, ]
Ilia body was soon alter re- , |
! of
d.
and was draw
covered.
lur.kson, late Commissioner ofj
on
i
»'it,vs. Surgery .—Some wags ot n neigh- j
boring town returning & h*\v nights uu.t ,
from a convivial meeting, stole from a Met- j
cer's shop a sign-hoard, on which were in
scribed the words u Funerals furnished on !
the most reasonable terms." and affixed it
immediately under thr door plate ot a sur
Venn who had recently met with several Ull- i
1
Mr. George
his Britannic M „
eiuio-i, on Friday last, took have ot the
President of the United States, at a Special Au
dience. Be was presented upon tint occ
to the President !>v the Secretary of State.
»ctcrJmi-g
-tv under the SI.
fortunate slips.
.1 Roual R.,od\to the Par.— The II.
able ,.1/er und. r Smyth of apocalyptic mem- :
.,rv ariviTtisHs that he instructs gentlctncn
nry, aaiMiih'h d .u b ^ his residence
vVvthc Court Ho use Virginia. ' llVar him'
w\tnc^o.iM uw ru-, -s .
"Six months diligent app tcatnin, under j
the instruct ten of the subscriber, will proha
lily q'inlifv the stud-ut to obtain a license.— ;
A gentleman from Mississip]ii. >■ ho did tiot . to
confine himself to the st-idv ot the Law on- u,
ly, passed an examination in five months and I
a week, flrntfemrn front the I. no Cyan- j
Iru and the South, may bt conic iwauers \
while they withdra-.u to pure air. excellent
water, and a cool climate, during the s.ckly '
season." |
The General might, we should think i
throw in occasionally, a little instruction !
in proclamation writing, and military tactics,
Rapid Justice .—Among facts undeniable,
be rlasscdlj the celerity with which
criminal atfairs are despatched in Turkey a
The citation, the defence, the receival of tes
timony. and argument, the sentence and the
application of pue.ishment, pass in a tright- !
fully laconic manner. Tn the recent distur-!
bances at Constantinople, three Janissary
leaders were arrested and carried before the
Grand Vizier, who thus questioned them—
"Have you nnv complaint to make against
your Sovereign? Are vou not paid, fed, and
clothed?" "Yes, our Sovereign lias paid us.
fed us, clothed us!" "What has urged vou
then to revolt?" It is Ins wishing to break
the Janissaries." "T sentence vou to be
strangled." They were strangled.
a
of Ifig ( icck, oin- with a child about 2 months !
ni l in her arms, they were attacked bv a large !
lie wildcat—the animal made at the woman with j
the child, caught the child hv tlu-leg and hit it,
tore the woman hadlv «:*h Ins claws, and threw j
her down; the child having a handkerchief on its 1
the animal in a second attempt at the c
child, tore the handkerchief in pieces that was (
on its head.—The mother of the child wh
Pres/nt, saw its danger, and made a violent ef
fort to save it. and in the strngcrle seized the cat
hv 'he neck fell on it, am! held fast her grip un
til the other two women despatched him with
rocks. The mother of the child was very much
ioiured bv the animal, and the child was nearly
killed. Apprehensions are entertained that the
catm-ist have labored tinder the influence of hy
drophobia.—Our informant adds, that the cat
Mas extraordinary large. ,
I
in tim science
mav
T r.ài h oh \ k, ( A labMarch 23.
J Ftrncnrtis Animal. — A. few days apfo a re
markahle circumstance tonic place in tins coun
tv. Ah three women belomfiwg to Mr. J. F. !
the south side
bill
ere asrendhip; t'
Luvet t,
"
It is a remarkable fact that myriads of those I
troublesome insects, the \Toschetoe--, have alrea
■ nvult* thvir apneavanc** in Roston. For Severnl <
■ 'hvs oast the atmosphere has been literally fill-j
■ cl with them. Thev appear to he unusually
I - jr ge, but incapable of imparting any disagree,!
■ Me sensation lothc flesh. I
SINGULAR.
C oior.cl Willnrn Frost, ot Gennessec, New |
Wk, while* rutting and packing the pork of j a
n hnp-, a few davs since, discovered, com
pletMv enclosed in the flesh near the fore I
shoulder, m lar^e jack knife, the blade ex- !
t«n(\ed. The flesh about the knife was C\ j
inches, and its weight 2 1-4 ounces! It must i
have hern swallowed, perhaps, in an attempt !
<*nual the feats of some modern Knedish j
kn fe-eaters, a considerable timr previous; j
a, > f l the blade being sharp and pointed, found i
!f s> way to th? place above stated. I
I is
!
ROSES.
( Perhaps among all the astonishing pro
jetions of the vegetable kingdom, there is
!' 0 t one more remarkable than a rose recent
' introduced into Europe and this country
j™'" Filina, and thus described in London's
(■rdoner's Magazine, published at London,
ansa Rj-evillii, or Grcville's China rose:—
the shoot of this rose grew eighteen feet
[j 1 a tew weeks, and is the most singular of
■s rose tribe that ever came under my ob
■ ;r vation. It now covers above one hundred
square, with more than a hundred
; asses of flowers —some of these have more
tan fifty buds in a cluster, and the whole
'ul average about thirty in a truss, so that
l V' a nioinit of flower buds is little less than
nrc * thousand.
he
to
£
A
. But the most astonishing
. r '.° Slt y ,s the variety of colours produced
v, ' e puts at first opening—white, light
s »h deeper blush, light red, darker red,
/
/rple all on the same Clusters.
>ws in the manner of the Multi
asv known by the leaf which is
I
scarlet ami
, This rose/
\ flora, but/* ,
j much la jr) ® ,, * ni JE*; v "li Qse than the com
flora. I his ruse has been intro
ironM,
duced r° 1 le hunted States, and we are in
,^xhnt about fifty plants are now in
Jiop of Mr. I'rice, of Long Island.
j\. Y. Com. Adv.
form
poss
IB WïïiMirtîGTOltfZAÎtf,
.
»/'^hifcil that the Yearly Meeting of Friends,
! tc 1,1 Session in I'oiladelphia, have appropriât
ed Three Thousand Dollars, towards defraying
the expenses of certain Tree People of Color,
i- .1 . «-*- .1 »• / , •
from the State of North Carolina, (where their
laws will not permit them to remain,) to I.Iberia,
. ..
Uayti, and the tree Stales as they may prefer,
AS II
/
Delaware advektisf.r.
r*
-
The lines of the "Brandywine Minstrel,"
aie unavoidabiy omitted, but shall appear
Thursday. April ]M, 1S C 27.
j.iext week.
I
j
The brig Caledonia, Captain Robinson,
^ t j |e p ( , rt 0 f Baltimore, on Saturd iv, sailed
, , , .. -,
from Rio Grande on the second of March,
vVe learn, says the American, that reports
| ia j vcracliecl that town, of the occurrence
of a severe battle between the Brazilian and
Buenos Ayreun armies. No positive intelli
gence of the result had been permitted to
transpire, although it was believed the an
therities had received the particulars. The
reports in circulation, and they were gene*
rallv credited, were, that the Brazilians had
^ wjth an ahlo i ute defeat, and were only
preserved from .. d .lestn ctwn. by the
presence of the Austrian sol. ht rs, a body ot
which the Emporor has i-t his service.—
,| efeal 0 f the Brazilian
!
Army, onr readers may recollect, enuvs-,
ponds with the report which has already ■
, , * t>; . » »»*. .
reached us .rom Rio de Janeiro, i he scene
250 miies from Ri (l ,
;*>«anuc. ,
-_ I
"She has finished her education," said my !
. ' . , -mi
fneml. Finished her ed. cati.jn said I-just,
as though a young huh s , duration was a .
stocking or rather a bonnet. Mid now it was I
to he placed in the hand ho:., to he u is;day ed
u, visitors, and worn only on set occasions/
Mr. Editor, I protest the doing up and fin
isliing off a young !ady*s education with her
teens—just at that time when she begins, if
.she ever does begin, to r>it:v.. A young
man has just acquired at one-and-tv.-enty,
the elements of education, and is prepared
to study advantageously according to his
own discretion; but a young lady has done—
finished—the circle or her science is com
plete; and she is ready tor any station in
life, that may he thrown in her way.—Now
whv, in the name of common sense, may not
a woman THINK? and it she may think, why
may she not study, and acquire profitable
food for thought?
There is a lady, of whom I have some
knowledge, that "finished lier education,"
by leaving peculiarly good advantages at an
early age. She is now a wife and mother of
six children. She plays well upon the piano
—sings sweetly—dances elegantly—is very
polite, &c.—hut her husband must, and ac
tually does, put all the children to bed, and
takes care of them through the night; and as
to her table—-the bread is execrable, to one
who has visited his grand-mother's pantry:
and her colfee—O ' her roflee ' it would cost
iter head, if the very scent of it reached the |.
Grand Turk's palace—aid yet the lady has
a "finished education."
- _ „
INDIAN WAR DANCE.
An Indian war dance is an important inri
dent in the passing events of a village,
whole population is assembled and a feast
provided for all. The warriors arc p rinted i
alld prepared as for battle. A post is firm
jy planted ill the ground, and the singers, the
drummers, and other instrumental musi
c - lans ar c seated within the circle formed by
( | aIl ccfS
-tit
unuvonlaolc.
strikes the post.
cease, and profound silence ensues.
recounts with a loud voice, his military a
He describes the battles he
about
action was
I
i
The
The music and
exert tliein
Kvcry muscle is
td tlie spectators.
dance begin. The warriors
selves with great energy,
in action, and there is the most perltet con
cord between the music and their move
j
They brandish their weapons with j
such apparent fury, that fatal accidents seem ;
Presently a warrior leaves
the circle, and with histomaliaw k or cassette.
The music and dancing
He then
incuts.
chievcments.
lias fought, the prisoners he has captuied,
the scalps be bas taken. He points to ms
wounds ami produces his trophies. He ac
companies his narrative with the actual rep
resentation of his exploits, and the mimic
engagement, the advance am! the retreat, are
exhibited to his nation as they really occur
There is no exaggeration, and no mis
lt would be infamous for
P
red.
representation.
a warrior to boast of deeds he never per
formed. If the attempt were made, some
one would approach and throw dirt in his
face, saving, 'I do this to cover your shame,
for tlie first time you see an enemy you will
tremble.* But such an indignity is rarely,
necessaw, and as the war parties generally j
contain many individuals, the character and .
conduct of every warrior are well known. ,
Sliouts of applause accompany the narration, j
proportioned in duration and intensity to the i
interest it excites. His station in the circle
is then resumed by the actor, and the dance j
proceeds till it is interrupted in a similar j
:
raannei.
A country girl who had come into Ahet-j
dueu last summer for her education, hud,
during her stay there, fallen in with u young
tradesman : and i. very close intimacy ex- ;
isted between them,
the girl was
At the end of summer, >
;. j recalled to the country; there j
also 'she pr< cured a sweetheart who did not j
mince matters but enme instantly to terms; :
he hade her name the happy day, and at,
length she did name it : her friends concur- ,
red! and every thing was going on in a tail
way for the consummiition. As is usual on
these occasions, the bride set out for town
to purchase her 'marriage bra ws, accompa
nied by the bridegroom, and possessed of
£ ; o which she had received from her father.
A fatal journey—fatal at least for the couti
try bridegroom : for, Sung out under some [
pretence from her lodgings, she met her for
hours, saw them proclaimed and married !— !
went homi in a sail i^ate of despondency, j
leaving his faithless lorer in the possession i
I ot his more fortunate rival. |
;ï7~Thc New-York'Commercial Adver-j
tiser, says that on Sunday morning last, |
three young men took a small boat from the i
sloop Patriot, at Spring-street wharf, with,
the intention of proceeding on a sailing ex
cursion, but when they had reached about ;
midway ot the river, a sudden flaw capsiz- ]
ed the boat, and Alexander Mackay, aged j
about 19 years, was drowned; the twoothers '
were enabled to reach the shore. Mackay
has left a widowed mother, who is inconso- !
lable at the loss ot her only son—a son, too, .
who had been tenderly brought up, and !
who yesterday was urged, by all the tender;
ties ot an nflectioiiate mother, to desist from !
his boat excursions on the Sabbath. Wenn..
uerstanu the last words of the mother to him I
-
were—"Alexander, if you go this day, I;
shall never see you again."
:
Extract of a letter from a respectable res- j
ident in the Cherokee nation—"In this qunr- j
ter very little- news offers, except
public papers furnish you, in regard to the ]
Georgia clamor respecting Indian lends, &c. |
Thelndians are progressing and pursuing the ;
arts ot civilization, regardless of the passing i
I events around them, ha» ing full confidence j
in the General Government affording the
protection due them by treaties. The Cher
nfeecs have it in view to establish a press for
the purpose- of circulating general intelli
gence among their people. It may propa
bly he new to you to he-av that a real Clie-ro- ;
j kec has invented an alphabet containing 86 ]
characters, containing all the sounds in their
tongue : each character represents a sylla- j
hie, and so easily acquired by the Indians, j
that they correspond with each other with
as much facility as the whites do."
:
hat the
, He< 7' , - v 0 " c , of * 1,e Philadelphia (mart., an
! action for u breach of promise of marriage wan
brought against a female. It appeared in eyi
■ dunce that the supposed promise was made in j
jest; * conclusion which was so much coroi.or.u I
(j> . (ne (lislarityof thu pirt i escomx r lie d, that, j
, the jury gave a verdict for the defendant.

, . r , J ,»
I F/rf.v in Cantu *.—Bv the ship Nautili;*, at j
! .""»V in j "' e '/at there have be, „two (ires
in Canton. I he first iou.t piece m October amt
,,^ tromi from ftmr lo flvc 'hundred houses at'
. l!(c Kl ;,. ncll F()Mv . Tlie sucond
I () in n|)()U , t!| - B .. mu where there was a
rt . sonl( . years since, and consumed 70u houses,
American or Ungiisii property was destoyed.
The motion to discharge Isaac B. Desha.
on tlie ground of the nnconstitutionality of
the venue law, has been overruled by the
Ctourt, and the prisoner permitted to enter
into a new recognizance for his appearance !
at the June term. The trial was continued |
0 n the motion of the attorney for tlie com -j
„umwealth—several of the most important!
witnesses being absent from the State.
^, Glasgow, on Thursday morning, the 12th
|. ' by t) " ,, uv Sa , nue i | ic ii, Mr. John Sutton,
of g( Geortî'-'s. to Miss Mad« in et B. daughter of
Ltv ; Bouideti, L-.q. all ul Newcastle county, Dc-
laware.
i
I
i
ns in N
m
;
.
THE HAPPY PAIR.
Says Dick to Jack, "Your neighbors say
You wrangle with jour wife each day,"
"Poo, poo," says Jack, "duty only joke,
'Tis now a fortnight since we spoke."
The following is taken from a tomb-stone
at Gunwallon, near Helstone, Cornwall:—
DIE»
ALL.
WE'
SHALL.
WE ALL
SHALL DIE
SHALL
SHALL
WE
DIE
ALL
WE
ALL
DIE
MARRIED,
DIED,
Fuddculv, a* New-Ark, on Thursday evening ,
last, Doet. SAMUEL H. BLACK, of Glasgow, j
Del. i
At MilUown, near Staunton, EDITH HAR-1
LAN, wife of Caleb Harlan.
Delaware Fire Company.
At an election for officers of the Delaware
Fire Company, held at the Town Hall on ,
j the 19th inst, the following persons were du-Î
j |_ v c |, 0 sen to serve tlie ensuing year,
; President .—SAMUEL IIAUKER.
y ice -President —MAHLON BETTS.
Secretary _ Chas. Reynolds.
Ji, usurer _Jesse Mendenhall.
Engineers.
Chus. Reynolds,
Chas. B. Peterson,
Wilson Pierson,
Wesley M'Clung,
Fran'n W. Clement, Mahlon Betts,
John F. Gilpin, Samuel M'Clary.
The Preside!) appointed the following
Committee of Accounts:
P crsons ... •
Samuel Sappington, \ inceut Gilpin,
Chalkley Somers.
.VcnA Wednesday
r«IAY 2D. XS27.
Union Canal Lottery,
28M CLASS:—To be drawn in Philadelphia.
Fi
!
SCHEME.
1 Brive of
1 do.
1 do.
1 do.
10 do.
10 do.
JO do.
40 do.
51 do.
102 do.
1685 do.
11475 do.
$ 10,000
2,000
1,500
1,206
1.000
.
j
land
six
)
I
i
5 ;0
250
100
50
20
8
•4
ur
$102,660
Tickets and Shares for sale at
ROBIiRTSOH & LITTLE'S
LOT'JT.RY OFFICE,
No. 23, Market Street, Wilmington, ; lit! )
A few doors below the Lower Market,
The drawing of the Dismal Swamp Canal Loi- j
tern, 6th Class, which took placeat Norfolk, Va. j
yesterday, will be received lure on Saturday j
morning next.—A tew chances in it may he had !
7Z above memiouc-l office. I 81,
Avril 26. 18.'7 1
13395 Brizes,
j
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[ —*'^* M *—B
EXPOSITION of the state of Pauperism, and of the state of
! the r mances, Receipts, and Expenditures for the Poor of JNew
Castle Count y> forthc 5 ,e " r »**«•
j
i TABLE T
|
I Ancrage. I Births. I Deaths I Dischur- I Remain -
I P. D. j j j g ed. j ing.
Number re
lieved.
Hundreds.
Brandywine
Christiana
Mill Creek
White C. Creek
Bencader
Newcastle
Bed Lion
St. Georges
"ppoquinimiiik
Nun-ltesidenters
2
7 261
51 359
9 197
8 135
7 161
1
17
9 .
6
22
142
3
60
60 !
7
9
25
1
9
2
6
24
16
0
7
6
15
28
X
11
21
20
41
90
0
9
23
10
9 118
10 288
6 305
28 239
0 I 6
7
13
28
11
1
-1
20
11
5
0
4
39
251
175
2
37
599 I 160 328 I 9 | 99 | 306 | 194
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From the above table it appears that 59'J persons received aid in the house .;
and that the average number of Paupers was 16U and 327 days oyer.
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TABLE IX.
SITUATION OF TUB FUND AND APPROPRIATIONS,
For the support of the Pour of N. Castle County , for the year 1826.
|
;
]
j
j
Hundreds
I Taxes. I Errors. \ Cam's. | Receiv'd | Balances.
Brandywine
Christianana
Mill Creek
W. C. Creek
Pencader
Newcastle
Bed I .ion
fit. George»
Appoquiniinink
749 46 I 49 10
910 00 1151 99
754 57
340 00
291 50
468 79
300 00
620 00
343 89
875 78
2 >53 52
. 893 51
I 482 66
' 541 01
783 02
397 19
864 49
825 73
7 78
69 44
131 62
67 85
36 34
39 25
46 16
28 81
65 10
59 84
159 91
45 41
28 37
50 42
13 68
37 00
50 68
77 69
25 68
77 95
159 84
254 39
31 38
128 71
344 31
j
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j
8016 91 I 470 94 | 544 41 | 4778 21 | 2223 35 A
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To the above Balance (B) for 1826
Ad i Balance Taxes liotn tV. C. Creek, for 1814
Bed I.ion for 1809
Individuals
162223 35
23 25
22 69
328 00

$2597 29
Balancr (U) of expenditures
Note in bank of Delaware
Comissions allowed to the Treas
urer, since 1822, and not since
brought in, as a part of the
Expenditures,
Sett Balance due the Institution
735 38
1090 00
j
!
|
555 70
2291 14
396 15
;
2597 29
ecctiie
and t? nditwres,
FOR TIÏF, RELIEF OF THE POOR OF NEW CASTLE COUNTY,
For the year beginning Jan. 25, 1826, and ending Jan. 31, 1827.
TRUSTEES OF THE POOR FOR THEIR RECEIPTS,
To Taxes for 1326, (Table HI.)
Balance of previous Taxes
Cash for boarding, See.
Balance (B) short of Expenditures
Dr.
4778 21
2456 86
322 53
735 38
.
$8272 9*
Ca.
Ditto *
By Bread, -
Meat,
Fuel,
Groceries, ...
Clothing, ...
Feed Stuffs -
Medicine and Medical Attendance,
Tobacco and Snuflj
Repairs, -
Improvements, (Reservoir,)
Marketing,
Cedar, Earthen, and Hardware,
Sallaries. Fees, and Wages,
Farm and Stock,
Interest and Insurance,
Butter and Cheese,
Printing and Stationary,
Midwife and Funeral expences,
Soap and Candles,
Amount of Expences in the House,
$1400 63
683 45
475 80
567 99
564 64
81 36
371 81
69 70
319 17
168 75
88 54
190 40
653 35
187 93
95 39
12 39
37 44
196 00
54 94
$6219 65
BY EXPENSES OUT OF THE HOUSE, VIZ:
637 92
501 30
16 00
232 38
Maintenance,
Funeral,
Medicine,
Removal,
7607 25
665 73
Whole amount ol expenditures,
Balance unpaid Jan. 25, 1826,
$8272 98
Exclusive of what was raised on the Farm, if we divide the expences in the
House, by the average number of Paupers, it will give the annua! expence for
each, $39 97; or 77 cents nearly per week.
Produce o f the Farm.
40 Bushels of Wheat
Buckwheat
Potatoes
do
20
45 do
Manufactured in the House.
862 yards of Muslin, and 68 do. Tow Linen.
GEORGE Cl.ARK, Pres, of Board Trustees.
Prices of Country Produce.
WILMINGTON, APRIL 19, 1827.
un superfine, per barrel.$5 2
$5
$3 6.
1 ()|
1 0
Fi
Middlings
Rtf:, ...
Wut AT,
Do.
white, per bushel or 601bs
l-ed,
per bushel or 571b.
Meal, per bushel... .
IN MARKET.
Butter, 23a25 cts.—Eggs, 10 a 11—Lut'd, 10a 11
Ilucon, 8 a 9—Ham, Ual2—-Potatoes, 75.
do
do
20
Cous,
56
Do.
DIVIDEND.
NOTICE is hereby given, that the President]
land Managers of the New-Castlc and Frenchtown]
Turnpike have declared a dividend for the lax!
six months, at the late of six per cent, per an
mini, on the capital stock of the Company, which
will bo paid by the Treasurer to the Stockholders
d,eir legal representatives, at any time after
the 25th inst.
ur
, , . .
IN Red, Bine or Black Colors are handsmnJ..
printed at the toiuee oi the \t ilmmgtoman. No.
81, Market-*, on reasonable ter»,. -Urft« « A\
,rect "„'h prompt attention
JAMES COUBF.I
Kcv. -Cnstlo, Bel. Murch H, 18C7
SEOStSS >■
ï . I
ijALEXÀNDER CAVENDER, deceased—
ÔOHlate of Newcastle Hundred and County, l)e
{.laware, are requested to make immediate
settlement, and those having claims against
said estate, are likewise requested to present
them, legally attested, to
'ISAAC THOMAS, Adm'r.
Christiana Bridge, April 19, 1827.
NOTICE.
All persons indebted to the Estate of
31—6w.
J'li'fjVjtVIjX to 2000 lbs. of Maryland common
iivy'i/'i/ Wool, washed, in lots to suit the
pui cliasu-i also 10,000 lbs. oi Cotton Yarn, as
-orted, No. 5 to 12, and 1ÜU0 lbs. çf fine and
Iconise Candle Wick, liir sale by
JOSEPH MENDENHALL & CO.
Corna ■ if Hing and Second-sts. opposite the Low
er Market, iVilmington.
March 22.
26—-it.
Wanted Immediately.
A sitiuitionfor a BOY, now 8 years old, who
would serve until he is 1(3. For particulars en
quire at this OlHce, or to
JYCOB HIGGINS
At JOS. MF.NDBNn ALL & Co's, opposite the
lower Market.
4th mo. 5th
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