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■' imic» was gmu ; his rounds ab mt '' lC w . » tcrdit" morning, he discovered a c<l i line the''dry goods store id Mr. 1. u , ,1 ,. covner of Arch and Fifth st„ it Sttly. al I j| „ni-aged in packing 1 and anotliei j(1 a dearborn. The ! awav the |> ,. at the noise of ! watchman spi ung _* ■ • dearborn, i which the horse started with I ^ ' ,ul .V* S ?n" Itreet 1 The man i.imped from The fel tlit wai.i, . . , .. -, UftI 'sUhlein tl!<J* neh;'hho'ïhônd, k but < 'as he ' pared to lie verv restless, it was deter S to attach a long rope tn his neck, and 1 , . . , , !.. "i, he him ,ufreied aim " ^J teI . wandeving up and j '.:.... ,I streets the animal went into a ml" u the' N Liberties. The man of the NiUU ' . • cirrl ivrd that the .0" being awaken. ■ .drall ''' r V ' .J I was ins. a, J ( ' 0 inon whose resilience ! proceeding < »> . ( . were not at ' known, they must has c as j y j e j the horse they employed f tin > cludt m misters ol justice.— I lulu. Grz.. m,n J I Parly Pritalnru .—On Thursday la-t, the 1 "6th day of April, Mr. George Walter, of | chorus township brought to our market o' sale «quantity of potatoes of this spring's ! , th Those which wc saw were about I sn'inch and an half in diameter, and appear- i a an me ai „rmlur«« of the sea cd to be such as the fit st produce of the sea I son usually is. , Ora-! h man t cry ' house lior.c Common Sco!J .—A Mrs. Minty ham, was lately tried at Hagerstown, (Mil.) upon a charge ot being in technical phrase- J * oloi»v of the law, a "common scold." A-1 ffint evidence of her scolding is stated to have been pronounced, but the jury return na , T c , T. is rf.wtfd that I tncy expiesseueoiise e ! ■w«*;» piuvru Taisia Manufacture r.f planncio .—Between Sal ishury and Amcsbury, and about three miles below Newhuryport the river Powow discharges itselt into the Merrimack. On the S dishury side of this stream is a flannel factory that employs 80 hands, and manufac* •eeklv 100 pieces flannel, and pavs yearly $20,000 for labor. On the Ameshury siilc of the I'owow is a fartnrv that employs j sitlc ol till I owow is a iac.i my ma e J J80 men.manufactui's 200 pieces ot flannel pr : „ .. ,,,. sSin non Ine lahm- — week, and pays annallv $40,000 toi l»t>or.— A new building is erecting, wh eh will con ■ TT ■ ,i I enn ; pleces^if flannel per'week ma pieces of flannel pu A considerable sensation had bren caused in Sik'ssn, in consequence of some Firmest ants, residing within the circle of Leignitz, tfllth whoT rev 'hLuWccl'fol' 1 ; ! serh-s of years upon the most intimate terms, • IhhU-s, for their perusal. As soon er, as this circumstance came to the ears ot i the Bishop of Brcslaw, he deputed an "Ec elcsiastlcal Counsellor" to go among the Catholics and induce them, first by exhorta- ! lions, and should those fail, then hy threats, to give up those Bibles. For thispurpose, the Catholic Baliffs were assembled, and rc- ; quired to assist him in carrying his mission into effect. This, however, it appears, they ; refused, saying, that they themselves had : read the Bibles, and they even threatened, if they were further importuned, to adopt the Protestant faith. turcs Castruccio Castracani, seeing that things. were likely to be turned topsyturvy in Flor encc, desired that he might be buried with his face downwards, that when things came to rights again he might he in the same pos ture with other men. The sign of topsy-tur vvism, no.v-a days is, when the opponents of all internal improvements are yet for im-[ proving the condition of the press' If the opponents of internal improvements arc for improving the condition of thc press, the opponents of the tariff ave better im-1 provers still. They are for improving the cnndi'ionof the nation, Ap encouraging the. manufacturer» of other nations. Herr we have the topsy-turvyism of political econo mv, which makes a man wish, like Castruc cio, to be buried with his face downwards, v ,. ,, , fashionable Aomcnclodure. A Utility, is a young man who hates cards and dancing, but is al ways ready to stand up in a quadrille, or take * at whist, when called upon by the lady of Ue "°' lse - An mdispensible is one who takes. care of gloves, fans, handkerchiefs, hands ices anil lemonade, assists m cloaking and shawling, atvl calls up the coach. An Indefatigable is ei 'tier a young gentleman just come out, or an old i'iau, who goes to three different parties every evening; dances indiscriminately with old and young, pretty and plain; plays on the fiddle and fll| te, ami on the piano forte; always arrives fir»t, and stays till the wax-lights arc twinkling in ■heirsockets. Pedestrianism Extraordinary. -Lloyd, •se celebrated pedestrian, latelv undertook to perform forty miles per day, (of thirteen flours) for three successive days, backward. the weather was very unfavorable, but hc Sccomplished his task each day 111 the foliow ■o? time; first day 12 hours 53 min—second 12 hours 47.min.; third day, 12 hrs. 17 Minutes. A resolution passed the Baltimore Annu a Conference of the Methodist Episcopal -hurch, at its late sitting, approving of the objects of the American Colonization Socie l 'j and enjoining on the preachers to make collections on the Sabbath preceding, or the Saturday succeeding the Anniversary of A 'Uerican Independence, in such places as it ™av be deemed adviseable, to aid the funds 01 said society. .. The Postmaster at " Big' Lick," Va. has 'jf'ybeen arrested by an agent of the Post ™ ce Department, on a charge of stealing » 0 iey from the mail. On an investigation e was obliged to enter into a cognizance to Cour^ r and answer the charge at the next ■„«•Rent of the Department has reccnt eted the Assistant Postmaster at Ca " a, gua, N. Y. in a similar offence. ç Several ^°S S > n 'he city of Charleston, S. bvn aVe E ° ne mad- A gentleman, lady, and !'■« „ Servants have been bit, and from the y,, before us it appears that s great ' 5r, h prevails through that city. ., , '' ' '"^V* 1 * ct * l' t ai,!T * c 1 , excess ofeeremony shows want ot good bleeding, i his is true. 1 here is no-1 'hmg so troublesome ns overdone politeness; it is worse than an overdone heef-steak. A j truly well bred man makes every person a hn'it him feel at ease; lie does not throw ci vilities about him with a shovel, nor tosscom pliments in a bundle, us lie would hay with a ^ ilchfork . y There is no evil under the sun more in tolerable than ultra politeness. When a man has enjoyed a good dinner, it sounds a little fe'ÂïK» « savoury gnose, it is an in suit to .us taste, to apologize tor having giv c" him a bad dinner It ,s as much as to te l Inin he is no judge ot eatatdes—that his pal is tasteless and gothic—that he docs not know the difference between turtle soup and *o»z/i malgré-, between a yoilllgjpartridge and aiiolnlicn—between an innocent and unso ph.sticutcd yo.iiig pi^, and an ancient pat,i «reliai ram. It is an indirect way of giving the lie, to tell a mail that he made* no din gressin, nil matter can be. You don't drink, a llost t0 01ie of , lis s , „fu-r Cham •. , , . h ... „ • .. pniK*i completed a revolution \u h\y , '"'am, equal to the searlv rotation ol the. ^ rth - A gentleman s bottle should be like «'is manners, unobtrusive. It should not | hc «m»« ( violently under lus neighbour s , "ose, nor should its contents lie poured, like a dose of Llixcr Pro, down his throat. It is against the spirit ol our free institutions, is ' „^.republican and despotic to compel a', , > . hu grinders, and to mois. ! ten his clay, when his palate cries •• no ! more " and his teeth exclaim "we are wea I I , j ! J * , v, A paragraph m the last number ot Niles Register, states that nn elegant bioail doth I power loom, ot New » ork manufacture, was I r ,th - f0r for onseoi : ! tl . j e|ls | att()ncs , v>mc machinery,: made by Mr. Gilbert Brewster, which had | | jeen se nt. by order, to Prussia, has l)een so uch approved of that hc has received tresh ! orders for the supply of a number of his own machines and other machinery for the man ufacture of cotton and wool. "These (re marks the Register) are new things and pleasant." in o . The last volume of the Biography of the j S'qners to the Declaration ot Indepetice con tains not ices of nine of the Ameiican patri 1 1 .„L, Ots who rendered their names immortal by _ . . chart of American Lib ilnxmg t iem io uie cn.in r .vnu lean uni ; erty. Of these, the early life of George Tailor is the most remarkable, With hut, an indifferent education he emigreted fro;,. ! * c • * nr(if i i,,. ' l J ™j' 0 Taylor ivas immediately set ! "°vk ls C a filler.' Prom Uie bbxtm L his • haniK «» was 30( > n '1'scovered that he was ïhê *shivcUo i K1,,ul > T.„.| f r the l«n; and ,n c.apacUy of cK- ^. '1 soon made hunse f , bf ! 'he establishment. Ills employe, dying, he "»a™«» '' ,e , wldow ' aml " "11 ' he " hole c , 01lccrn ' Havuiganaseda-atc. ; f««"»* hy prudent management and gtea '"dustry, he was ca led into public life '' lld ; f ™"> 'he provincial assembly of Rem,.viva : _ he was advanced to a seat m Congicss 01 ,b Rev. Mr. Holley, late President of 1 ran sylvania University, will sail from New Or leans for Europe in the month of May. goea p, t i, e capacity of tutor to ten voting gentlemen, each of whom pays $1000 amial ]y ; and will reside constantly in France for a term of two years. _ Thomas Ward Mills, alias Thomas Mills, of,as Thomas Miller, was committed for tri-j a ] hy thc police magistrate, on a charge of polygamy, having married three wives, two of whom were in the office as witnesses a-! gainst him, and the brother of the third ap peared as the prosecutor. By each of '>'C two first he had lour children. _ .f shocking accident occurred at Hacken sac k, N. J., 'on Tuesday last, hy the dis charge ofa cannon. Two young men, (Geo. Van Nostrand and George Unlock.) were literally cut to pieces, the former having his right hand shutoff by thc wrist, and leit hand shot away except his thumb and little finger, besides numerous other wounds; the .'latter having two of his fingers shot away and | )0tU arms alu i haods damaged severely. |_'h e ir faces were very much burnt. __w,« Col. Berkeley, of London, wi« n ™ ' somewhat celebrated in the annal. . of gal làntry, has been convicted of rritn. con. with the wife ot a respectable cloth factor, dam ages £1000. The Hecla, Captain Parry, had taken her departure, on his third northern voyage of discovery. . Thc small pox isat this moment making in Bavaria and Sweden; the resorted He great ravages governments have in consequence to vigorous measures to arrest its progress. A writer in the Boston Courier says that the young men of that city arc continually emigrating to NewjY'ork. The number of members allowed by the con stitution of Massachusetts to be returned to the second branch of their legislature is ,four hundred. The city of Boston can send seventy fine. During thc late war in 1813, Massachu setts loaned the United States oyer nine hundred thousand dollars, and Virginia thir thousand. Money is said to be the sin ty-one cw of war. . On thc 27th ult. the Ohio River at I ltts hurg, was six and a half feet above low wa ter mark. , . .. , . At Louisville, on the 8th, the fiver had fficiently high to permit the ascent steamboats over the falls. The contributions to the Philadelphia Greek fund, in money, provisions, «c. noiv exceed twenty thousand dollars. It is stated that Mr. Randolph s health is such as to preclude the hopes of his ever be tmr again able to take bis seat in congress. Pride is observed to defeat its own end, by bringing the man who seeks esteem and "'A Vo n unVman is'Äor to marry until h/.'has the certain means of earning at least . • _ ne much in a year as he expends when twice as much m a jc which are unused to the chmatp. risen sn f large The Philadelphia Arcade covers 15,000 feet of laud, is three stories high, and is estimated to cost £162,000. It will he finished in June next, and the rent of the stores cellars, Ecc. will amount to #26,100. . A ver y interesting museum lias been formed '".Salem, hy the contributions of nautical men sailing from that port to various quarters of the wor, ' 1 ' On Lake Champlain are five steamboats plying its shorea-towns, £5 *.•«"* "» year, had no ». . .... ... „ „ d,e C. spuchin' (;hapd-,hè e procféTs^7X re ex hibition to he devoted to thc purchase! of some work of a master, to be per,nine,illy fixed in the Gallcrvof that Institution On the 19th tilt, a handsome compliment was paid to thc Washington Tight Infantry, of Charleston,by the, presentation ofa standard be longing to (.en. Washington*«* Ileirimcnt during* the »evolutionary War. b " ^ A reward of $100 is offered hy the Mayor of Ne w-York, for tiie discovery of any person con J'.» av *' 1 &c. for a day, for the bene lit ot the f™*'* ^ < r "ï? t hat way m the hands of one ot the Greek Com m ittc-c. The question of the Catholic Emancipation. Uvhich was taken up in the House of Commons on the r „, f was decided on the 7th, hy a majori ty offour votes against the motion. Ayes nocsSiu. - Ur : Thos. J. Randolph, „.expressing ac knowlcdgements for the amount ol money by the I.eg,s.ature n» S. Carolina, for 'he benefit ot 1,15 ,uother a3 d " u ° llter Ml ' Jefferson, says: "It has been enhanced a hundredfold hy the fact of its enabling her to preserve from! the hammer of the auctioneer the furniture of her father's bedroom, and some few arti cles of little value, but rendered of intense interest from their intimate association with her dearest recollections." ! ! THE WXXilVIXStf CrTONSAW, , I) ELY W Y R F, ADVERTISER. ;J , ! j wh ~ ff< " w ^'v^bh'veltj^dnv I > . : . morning some time oiler sunrise, in the u- i . , , , , , , , (: tl t y u fthis place, ll is feared that gar ,, ... , , , .. den vegetables will be much m ured, as well , ,,, , early field plants. ! — ! In our paper of last week. 7«;"^ j the secoml number ot asenebcf letters cn-J 1 titled "Cuba in We had not then ( ; the fust of these letters, hut give it now. | They au . rcplcte wiUl illsll noting and useful j inforn.atiun, u.iel t,o doubt, «dl he read with r neruliar interest pecul'a. mtcicst. u wilU "11 , tBtc that a society is about to he formed by " Cl - yl . . . * the yon:u; men ol this Borough fin the sup , pression of intemperance. We hope slioit-1 ; tQ , )eal . of iialilar b u ci uits forming thro' ^ ^ ^ Thursday, May 10, 1 S;27. satisfaction we are enabled to . j in possession of i • d . . * . ■ thc following important intelligence. j Canning has been appointed, by the King, n n . mi( .,._\ n consequence of which, seven of ('-»binct have resigned, viz: ",cn.hu s of the Cabinet a i, a-! I hc Lord Chancellor Eldon, " ; Wellington, Lord Sidmouth, Lord Bathurst, | f (0r d Westmoreland, Lord Bexley, and Mr. , ,, , i lei. j Lord Lowlhrr, son ul L'lri. '■ , signed, as one ol the L < » t U f , in „ Ulls j ll " d ' *" . cord * ia i Mll .',port, "und that t „„ m t |„7members had been I ccivc 3 willl0ut hesitation. 0 Lord Bexley had | . )lis wis)l U) reca l his resignation, | - *> v i(JUS g.,,, 0 f members for the new ailminis ! . , e - iu t irculutioii. The Duke ofClar * | ia(1 been appointed at the head of the 1!uarJ ol - Atliuiraliv, all the members of which, c'cent Viscount' Melville, would remain, lt mmniircd that the Marquis of Anglesea, l the Duke of Wellington, all of I wb( J se sll i, 0 idinate officers, exceeding forty, it ]j ,. e tire with him.—Other reports | r' '. ( | )e chancery to Sir J. Colley or Mr. '] (ro ° i inl an, and that the Marquis of I.ansdown u uulîi take a part in the administration, consols closed on the evening of the 14th at buycrg> tbe change in the Ministry produc ;„.r but little effect. certain of his Majesty's household hail also re ■ nc( j v i-. ihe Duke of Montrose, Lord Cliam gerlain; Marquis of Graham, tice do.; Duke of Bedford, Master of the Horse. The Courier considers this an extraordinary attempt to fetter the King's choice. Mr. Huskisson was spoken of as the success or of Mr. I'eel; Mr. Robinson of Earl Bathurst; Lord Granville of Mr. Canning, and Viscount Dudley, Lord of the Erivy Seal. The Corn Duties Bill was passed in the House of Commons on the 12th of April. House of Communs, 5 o'clock, 12 lit Sprit.— Mr. Wynn, President of the India Board, moved that a writ of election issue in the Borough of member in the room ot the ho had accepted the IMPORTANT. The Xew-York Gazette, has received, by thc ship Dalhousie Castle, Liverpool pa of the 16th ult. and London to the 15th. Mr. .Iso re aUe, Ti •y. knew while t0 vva i t . earriet j_ , t is impossible for us, at this distance, to con- ; j ecture who will be Mr. Canning s associates. , The Tilnts of April 1 I ST'S unrestrained authority to | form a cabinet, had carried Ins point, and was, perfectly free. . . , t p 1 Lord Granville, the British Ambassadorat Par Newport, to e.cct a lion. George Canning, place of first Lord ot the l reasury —(Great cheering from all parts of the House.] Mr. Wynn then moved an adjournment to the 1st of May, in order to afford time to Mr. Canning to frame his new cabinet. Mr. Tierney objected, saying that time enough hud been taken to form a cabinet, and as it was understood that seven of the old members had run away, and nobody dien they would return, it was not worth The adjournment, however, was new ***»*»•. At U,e re, l urst of some of thc citizens of t,,c Borough of Wilmington, the following estimate of the cost of supplying this place , . . . ' . 1 w,lh water ,r "m the Brandywine, is made: First—by Steam. Steam Engine, six horse power, /» • . (h'Sh pressure) Forcing pump, including air vessel *2000 feet of cast-iron pipes, five Laying the same at 15 cents per fu,) '. „ Filtering reservoir on Brandy wine and house for the engine Additional reservoir at summit of ' S u fcU0U MlmmK ot l ' u ' Boro "Sh. 5 locks and safety valve between j Brandywine and summit, 1 r , , I Contmgeot e^.enses, supposed to | I nn ! _ . . u ™ t be above estimate is lor a force equal i to a common mill power, ar.d.will raise 20, Despatches tj the 10th of March, had been received from Gen. Clinton, command ing in Portugal. The brigades of British troops at Coimbra, had made no movement in advance, whiie, as regards the rebels, al though they appear no where in any con siderable force, yet they seem to maintain a contest by detaching themselves into small marauding parties. A Masonic Hall is about to Le fretted at f-a lcm N. J. in the Gothic style. $2000 00 5J0 00 1800 00 "00 00 i 1 1.100 00 2000 00 ISO 00 amount to 12 per cent, on thea bove, 1000 00 000 gallons per hour, to a perpendicular height of lOo feet:—admitting that 50,000 gallons would be a sufficient supply for each day, the engine would raise that quantity in 2A hours, and would require one-third of a cord of wood, which at $-1 per cord, would , co-.t annually $-187; say $500. The above estimate is exclusive of the ! j ground on which the works will stand. Second—by Watcr-pocvcr. I 1 l,p on! >' ,m " t,lat w9xM ttnswer the l )Ur ' ,pnse,isCunimins',forwhicliheask3S40, i ........ . , 000; from v hull deduct the cost of the en . , guieaiidliouse,eqiialto$ j.'iOO,(alltheotli J c er expenses being the same for cither pow Lr, and-here remains §37,500. ! , |ltel . cst U11 g 57|500 at pel . cent . j Deduct for rent of the mill, ( Leaves annual expense by mill- 7 | pow.r being addul to the cost tuU, « ' ™ount of annual expenses, equal to $%G,_ gl 875 00 1000 00 ! j Asany mechanic, whose business requires, : y $r,~s oo j dollars more than bv steam. i he aided by the surplus power of the or can steam engine. Would keep up the repairs, and attend to the supplying ot the water fo, the surplus power of thc engine; the inter est of thc cost of erecting thc water works say $10i)(). When it is considered how much is added to the safety and comfort of the citizens, by having at all times, and for all emergencies, a sufficient supply of water, at an additional annual expenseof less than one thousand dol lars, it is believed that all persons, and par ticularly those who have property to a large amount, will be in favor of having water brought from the Brandywine. H. MARRIED, On Thursday evening 3d inst., by the Rev. J. I*. Peckworth, Mr. Laue J. Phillips to Miss Ma ria I'ukon, both of Cecil county, Md. DIED, At his residence in New-York, on Sunday even ing week, in tim 7.id year of his age, rufus KING. Esq. At midnight, on Suiieiiy,.the 2J .1 ot Ap d, the Hon. WILLI AM 1 IL.GIIMAN, Chief _ Jus tice of thc Supreme Court cf Pennsylvania, in the 71st year of his age. — r Prices of Country Produce. XV1LMINGTON, MAY 10, 1827. • ?5 25 S3 50 So 6'. 1 0 1 0 Fluuh, superfine, per barrel Middlings. .. Wheat, white, per bushel or GUlbs Do. . ! ■ do 'ed, Cuuv, per bushel or 57lii. Do. Meal, per bushel. IN MARKET. 50 56 Butter,10al2 cts.—Eggs, MO a 11—Lard, 10a 11 Bacon, 8 a 9—Ham, 9al2—Potatoes, 50. FIRST LOTTERY. N. York Consolidated Lottery, —for 182; May, 1827 9 draw To be drawn on the -60 Number Lottery, ballots. Class No. 11 23d day _ c . , Sid.ng Scheme. , - e of $24,000 \ , payable „1 Land. U '0 4.000 j I ».'0 J ! 1 ! ! . i j 1 Price of 1 do. 1 do. 10 do. 20 do. 50 do. 51 do. 102 do. 153 do. 1530 do. 11475 do. , y- ctos j G . ]j a j u , 3. Quarters 1 5(1; L 1 ghl. 1 t. Ms APPLY AT ROBERTSOH & X. ITTLB'S LOTTERY OFFICE, No . 23, Market Street, ll dnungtoa, J A few doors below the Tower Marke , ( half ticket,) a price of '0 :iu 100 59 1 32 6 1.3395 Prizes. 20825 Blanks. j 5-SB IlEXUX IllhATall, Has open his Academy, for teaching 1 PliACTf CAL AIA THEMA TICS, at his School -room, in French, second door below Third-st. Scholars from a distance, can be accomodated with boarding on moderate terms. Wilmington, May 9, 1827. 34—4t. SPRING GOODS. THE Subscriber lias, in addition to his winter .Kick, added thereto an extensive assortment Spring Goods, among which are, Canton Crapes, Crape Robes, Crape Shawls, Swi J" Mull, llook and Jaconet Muslins; Calicoes and Fashionable Ginghams, 4 quarter and G quarter Muslins, Gentlemen and Ladies' Silk and Cotton Hose, Marseilles, Valentia and lllack Silk Vestings, Cotton and 'I bread, I.aces, Figured and Plain Gros dc Naples lllack Lutestrings, do L.eventine, with all the variety of Silks suit able for Ladies' dresses; with the usual assort ment of Domestic Goods, suc '* as Plaids, Stripes, Drillings, Pittsburgh Cords, Ere. Also an assortment of COMBS. Large i Tortoise Shell back, neck, and side combs, with 1 a full assortment of Spanish shell and common mock shell combs, which will be sold on the most reasonable terms. WM. B. TOMLINSON, No. 86, Market-st. April 19. ol— SPRING GOODS. rpilF. SUBSCHIIlF.lt has just received in ad 1 dition to Ills former stock, a large assort ment of Spring Goods, among which are, CLOTHS and KERSEYMERES, Silk, Toilinet, Valencia and Marseilles Vestings. Leventines, Florenses, Gros de Naples, and Lus tring Silks. Ravens Duck, Russia and Porter Sheetings. Irish I.inens, Sea Island and Prime N. Orleans Shirtings. Cambric, Jaconet, Swiss and Mull Muslins. Bombazets, Bomba/.enes, and Norwich Crapes Silk, Cotton and Woolen Hosiery. Drillings. Blue and Yellow Nankeens. 2 Cases Leghorn—1 do. Straw Bonnets. Also, a large assortment of BOOTS Sl SHOES Jit the following low prices: viz. 2 cases Men's fine Boots, $2 00 per pair 3 do. ' do. 8 7\ do Munroes 1 do. Ladies Valencia Shoes 75 2 do. do. Morocco 1 do. do. Leather, do. 5Ü do. 62 £ do. do. JOHN PATTERSON. N. 1» /*., has just received an extensive assortment of PAPER HANGINGS t of the newest patterns. April, 1827. 30—3m, NOTICE. All persons indebted to the Estate of ! ALEX ANDER C AVENDER, deceased— j late of Newcastle Hundred and County, De : lawarc, are requested to make immediate settlement, and those having claims against said estate, are likewise requested to present them, legally attested, to j i ISAAC THOMAS, Adm'r. Christiana Bridge, April 19,1827. 31—6-.V. VOR THE PROMOTION OF SCIENCE AND LITERATURE. Board of Trustees. Ills Excellency Jos: Kknt, Gov. of the State, President, ex officio. Roger 15. Tanev, Esq. Rev. George Roberts, Hon. Ezekiel F. Cham- Rev. J. P. K. Henshaw Solomon Etting, esq. lion Stevenson Archer, Nath'l Williams, esq. lion. John C. Herbert, Wm. Frick, esq. Hon. Jas. Thomas Hon. John Nelson, Hon. Win. H. Marriott, Dr. B. J. Sommes, Hon. Reverdy Johnson Dr. Dennis Claude, Hon. Thos.B. Dorsey, Dr. Henry Wilkins James W. Mc.Culloh, esq. Col. John E. Howard, hers, Isaac M'Kim, esq. Dr. James Steuart, COHEN'S OFFICE, 114, Market-fit., j Baltimore, May 2rf, 1827. Cylinder Ihe authority of the Act of the Gen eral Assembly, (Dec. session, 1826,) we here with present to the public the First Cnsa of the Maryland Literature Lottery, The whole to be drawn in one nar, in the city of Kalt j mor(>i an j ,, m ! e rthe superintendence of the (; (imln j ss j ullcrs a ppuintcd by the Governor aful c » " HIGHEST BRIZE, $33.000. SCHEME. 1 Prize of $20,001) 10,000 2,000 1,000 £ 20,000 10,000 20,000 10,000 5.000 4.000 2.000 2,000 2,000 1,500 1,500 36,000 is do 1 is do 10 is do 10 is do 10 IS 200 do 20 is do 100 20 is . do 50 40 20 do 100 is do 10 150 is .1 do 300 4 do 9000 IS £114,000 9662 Prizes. 20338 30000 Tickets. Prizes payable in cash GO days after the eon. pletion of the drawing subject to 15 pel'centum deduction. MODF, OF DRAWING. The numbers will be put into sual-anil in the other wheel will he put the pri zes above Ç5, and the drawing to progress in the |lsua , T , le 9000 prizes of 44 to he ... warded to the tickets, the numbers ol which end j with t)ie terminating figure of either ot the three/ I first drawn numbers of different terminations. ! p| le j; ve dollar prizes to be awarded to the tiek 1 ets having the two last figures correspondin ! with the two last figures of such number of th ! next drawn of different termination. This mode wiil permit the whole lottery to be completed in . one drawing,and a ticket drawing a superior prize i v. ill not be restricted from drawing an inferior one j also. one wheel as ti *3 1 Price of Tickets. Whole Tickets,. S5 00 I Quarters 2 50 j Eighths. ■..?! 25 62 Halves », 'Ticketsand Shares are now ready for deliv ery, and can lie had on application to J.l. COI1F.N, Jr. 6c BRO THERS, Baltimore. • * Orders from any part of the United States, either by mail (post paid) or private conveyance, enclosing the Cash ur Price Tickets in any of the Lotteries, will meet the same prompt and pure tual attention, as if on personal application. Baltimore, May 7,1827.