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v\ork, the publisher begs leave to state, that at the different resting places dur ing tne expedition, the several journals were brought together, compared, cor rected, and the blanks, which had been unavoidably left, filled up; and that, «ince he became the proprietor, in order to lender it more useful and acceptable, he has undertaken and completed the laborious task of arranging and tran sciibii.g the w hole of it. Fo this he will ?dd, the following extract from a certi ficate delivered bv Captain Lewis to Mr. Gass, dated St. Louis, 10th Octo ber, 1800. “ As a tribute justly due to the merits the said Patrisk Gass, I with cheer 1 illness declare, that the ample support, winch he gave me, under every difficul ty ; the manly firmness, which he evinc ‘ d on t very occasion ; and the fortitude w ith which he bore the fatigues and pain ful sufferings incident to that long voy age, intides him to mv highest confi dence and sincere thanks, w hile it emi nently recommends him to the consider ation and respect of his fellow citizens.” CONDITIONS. I. This work w'ill be published in one volume duodecimo ; and is expected to contain near 300 pages. IL I he price to subscribers will he one dollar, handsomely bound in boards. (CJn l be wrqrk will be ready for de livery in two months from this date. March 23d, 1807. #7“ Subscriptions will he received at the Office of fli XVhec/itig Repositori/. notice, i IIE Citizens of Ohio County are hereby informed, that an Election will be held, at the Court-house in the Town of Wheeling, on the first Monday in A pril next, for the purpose of electing a Representative in Congress forthis Dis trict, and two R: presentatives for the Suite Legislature for the County of O hio. JOSEPH KERR, Sheriff. SherifPs-Office, March 10, i ro7. FOR SALeT In the Town ol Wheeling, a large udu c Mf-ral A^pfortmrnt of Cartings and Bar-Iron, l>v th, to.i, <>r single piece: Also, WINDOW and HOLLOW GLASS, of the best quality, from New-Gencva, bv the Bon, or Light. EVANS & GRIFFITH. March 20, 1807. . LAND FOR SALE. I WILL sell tne Fractional Section No. 26, in the Second Township, second Range, in the Wegee jBotiom, within eight miles of Wheeling, contain ing 189 acres of first-rate bottom, with a considerable improvement on it. Also, the north half of Section No. 8, in the /th Township, 4th Range, within t'< ° miles of St. Llairsville. This tract is fertile, lies favourably for cultivation, and is well improved. 1 hese lands will be sold for nearly the same price that they cost at public sale. T or terms apply to C. Hammond, Esq. in Wheeling, or to BEZALEEL WELLS. Steubenville, March 17, 1807. P KC)l‘OSALS FOR PUBLISHING, BY SUBSCRIPTION, A TALE OF TRUTH; Being a HISTORY of the LIFE and SUFFERINGS of CHARLOTTE TEMPLE. By Mrs. ROlVSON. “ THIS is a hiftoiy of real diftrefj Charlotte hy the aitihce of a teacher, recommended to a fchool from h mani-y rather than a conviction of her integrity, or the regularity of her former conduct, is enticed from her governed and ac companies a young Officer to America—-The marriage ceieinony, if not forgotten, is pr ft poned, anJ Charlotte dies a mrryr to the in conftancy of her lover and treachery of his friend The fruations are artlefs and rffecting the deferiptiona natural and pathetic.* 6’ EXTRACT FROM THE PREFACE. For the perufal of the young and thoughtlefs of the fair fex, this Tale of Truth is dt figned . and f could wifh my fair readers to con filer it a» not merely the efl'nfion of fancy, hut as a reality The circumftances on which I have founded this Novel, were related to me fome little time fince hy an old Lady who had per fonaliy known Charlotte, though fhe concealed the real names of the characters, and likewife the place where the unfortunate feenes were acted—yet as it was impcfsible to olfer a rela tion to the public in fuch an imperfect ftate, I have thrown over the whole a slight vtil of fitftion, and fu1 ftituted names and places accor ding to my own fancy The principal characters in this little tale are now configned to the filent tomb—it can therefore hurt the feelings of no one—and may, I flatter myfclf, be of fervice to fome who arc fo unfortunate as to have ncithtr friends to ad«$rL*ior um*erftanding to duethem, througliThe variou- and unex pected evils that attend a young and unprotect ed woman in her frft entrance into life. CONDI1IONS 1 The W wk will be corrprifed In one Duodecimo Volume of about tjo Paget, a It wt>. -^e handfomefy printed on near - - Type, and fine Papei— ind neatly Bound and Lettered. 3 The price to Subfcribers will be yj Cent*. • to be pa\& on delivery of the Work 4 A lift of the Sublcribera nam 2 and place o* residence will be added as patrons of the Wok. 5 An ai'o*ance will be made to thofe who fubienbe fo a Quantity. Wafh'nptoo, December 15 1809. 4 4-1 Subfer'ptions to tbe above received at tin ihinting Oftice PROPOSALS By G.K.Harper,Printer,Chambersburg, FOR PUBLISHING, BY SUBSCRIPTION FORTY-EIGHT SELECT ’ SERMONS, Preacted by that eminent and faithful Servant of Jesus Christ, Mr. JOHN WE L S H, Some time Minifter of the Gofpel at Air, Scotland. The two lafl of them were delivered as hi* FAREWfcLL SERMONS, immediately be fore he was apprehended for tbe caufc and Golpel of Jelus Chrift. TO WHICH WILL BT. PREEIXED, 1 HE HISTORY OF HH Life and Sufferings, With fome Prophetic Letters. extract from i he preface. CHRISTIAN READER, Here is pit fented to your view a few Ser mons, being part of the labour* of that great man oi God. Mr. John Wdfh—one who had more thin an ordinary mefure of the Spirit of God given to him, evidently known to many, who were fo happily blefsed as to be under hit . miniflry, and enjoy lellowfliip and communion with him in.the ordinances of the Golpd—of which there is an account oi many extraordina ry thing. in the hiftory of hi* life pn fixed to this book. The fcrioun reader wilt find they are not delivered in a neat and fine drtfs. to p eafe the fine trite of the age we now live in. who love more to hear a fermon neatly d't fled in a fine ftyle of curious learning, than to hear an awakening fciron concerning our own per*i fonal fin* and the fins of the generation we live m ; but the following are plain to the meaneft capacity, “ not in the enticing words of mao’a wifdom, but in the demonftration of the Spirit and of power ** CONDITIONS i. This work will be comprised in one hand fome ocravo volume, containing between fix r and feven hundred pages, durab^ and hand-< fomely bound and lettered. ’ a The typography fhall be corrrftly exeen ted in the modern ftyle, on a good paper, and with new letter. f 3■ The price *o SuHfcribers will be onedoHsr and fif'y centr—To non fubferibers it wall be two dollar* 4 A lift or the 8uhfcriher*s name* with their p'accc of rtfidence^w'-ll be added as patrons o# the wo> k *** Subfcr*p*ions to the above received tl.z the Office of the Wheeling Repofitory*.