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ARRIVAL OF THE "ACADIA. .
I . RRXVAL or the Acadia. jiUtn days later. The Ara I ' rr;re,j at Boston Saturday meramg. bringing files of Eu U's3 baraala to the 4th inst. In Parliament the present r3?-3,ry ar? carrying all their leading measures. A nropo-m-n n-nt t0 lne Corn law Bill, in the House of Lord?, 1 0 dr.vn by 2 majority of 102 in favor of the ministry, 'f Ilo'js? of Commons their majority on nil subjects osorinrre about 103. The Income Tax Bill was the lltlit qu5'1 b-fare the House of Commons nt the last advi f "L Vj eba!e are of no particular interest L American reader. f 1'hc tpn?ral s'.ate of trad in England appears to be very io fjshiomb!' circles was the Quern's i r 1 ' ! th 1m I -.n? topi? I'ViV Hill.tO'' givrn on the 1 2th of May. t f 0Trhni mail arrived at Marseilles bringing the fol- intelli-z-nc : V Th Ct'tth ':,rn hav captured thre other towns, ,r'lV Vs-p-in, Tsifcec. ani Tunghova. which 3te situate li-i'-ia't circle. extending from 20 to -40 miles remd Nmprpo. ' C;r H;.irv I'oMnzer. who arrived nt Hong Ivonsr on the ,.. r-h'-Ji'V, hi.! abandoned the io'n'ion of atuking Cin- ti- iv i-i t'icn cncentraiin t .all nts lorres. wan a vi-v -!: i.T tbe.n on Pekin. and had refused to negotiate with . ( jni'ni'-'ianf'rs snt to him by the Emperor, being d ter "rrf 'Hfit hit with th Sorerejr direclv. 5 h AiTi'iin:'' m G-n-ral Pollock sms to hav given up ' :in of fircing the Ivvber Pu until he .should have re 'rivcd thi reinforcement h rynrted. or unles Gen. S lie, noiithn wa inch n"". dir! hi? a ?tin''. ? At t ; iT! and Khe! it-i-GWiie, th British still held the 'I'.i At"Vitr. surrounded Can lah tr with numerous for--5T i VI ijar-C.Jeneral Nctt wa preparing to renule ihem. t JirJ CHf-n boron rh, who reached Calcn't on Feb 23, was j r;: iiii:el v proclaimed Governor-Genernl of India. i ir Ouiks the eminent surgeon, Earl Ludlow, and Vrl S'nrnon are dead. 1 1 ta Fr vich papers we notice records . of the. deaths of Vj s'iiii Lli'i'-i ao'I Moncev, and of M llumann. Minister Kian'f' His funeral toik pi cn the.SOth of April, at .?'!'" ( I L-nti'-Mi of ta? Madeline, which was consecrated i 5 ' " i lutwD .lAtf.-i 'ir mnditlon of Tipperirij. Revolt w itiutj -s are tf daily o vm rrenc?, and are said, by those V, i u;i Irr'.-md the c i'5 s, t.) ). mainly o winfj to the system of j-t rmi!i itiou.' or 'depopulation' which has hvra pursued 1 r in. my J! s to quai rela between pames about the p? "iI-n ct land, and to the drsperatu poverty to which a h:, ; .ii jr. of the pasantiy is reduced, as an inevitable con f jiC;..-t. The landlords theie, generally speaking, being t , ery worst of ti.at bad class of Iriihmcn, nnd having no tr. pi'hv for t!iv, paorer tlfsc.-iptiun of tli? inhabitants, distur h !i. -.'s have atrt ady risen to such a pitch, that it is thought l'.K-rvio Arts, proclamations, and arms will scarcely i 1 in cin'ckht? the liutt-rs. The Catholic clergy are said h .: cu-fv uut'iotitv Co ipiitt the p-ople, but even th-ir in-d.-i;cK without eir.cl. The d.;ud?t animosiiy of the occu - -,- ;... J t.hd proprietor of the s-J'l rcndeis rt inedy almost mv:he cti!rj throtrxboul Tippnorv an tmdisguisrd H n ' h ra-'nircstiug itself iainst the p mem of the poor- 'i ii " t i ii.r ..i . . .i "jt " t lirthin-. The drfaulters profess rm open, an f, I r.-'ii-i.if t fi s'lnvnons: they proclaim that they will I t pv ih ..t tiu'V ""ill not be mnde to p y that no man 1-tr.i;u thrift thnr if they be 4!istrained no one can buy ) t' k. To Mirh a hncth has this hostility run, that no- . s !. ive bef n pustfd t:i that local ty. withinthe present .vet lc, ;. .! UT.',' any u th hath wiio will p"y the poor-raits. ! a n? ii:e outr-tge.s onlv one of a seiious character has j nt i),ciirrrd, but unlrys tJoveintnent measures are idv ou tiin; a! at, crime will doubtless accumulate and be ' -ae Icaifu!. I'kince. The Fn tich pnpeis commuit on the late mt-s-u'- to Coaiss, of I'resiitnt Tyler, in u uunucr which N t ) the inf. rence that thev would most gladly witntss a . lia j out of hostilities bttween England and America. Ttie vacancy in the cabinet occasioned by the sudden death m Mj:iii' ur Ucuiana has bfeu filled up by the appointment '.Monsieur Lacave Lapltigne to- the post cf minister of fi- ,i t:;.:e. The f moral of M. Humann. late minister of finance, look I tee w:ia qreat pomp in Paris, ou Saturday. The splendid i 'v church of the Madeleine, only consecratedthat morning, Ji o;xned for the rlrst tiirc on tnis occasion. The whole irusou of Paris was under ai ms. Ait the ministers and chief employers of the public ofiices ere present, and everything was done in a most impressive ir.aT. Th bdy, which has been embalmed by the new .'ooj.3 t f Mr. Ciai.nal, was to lie in state in the church of ie MaJeStioe, and then to be remofed for interment to Stra.v i rrauce, at the most unlimelv season, has lot her Firiance linger, M. Ibsaiann; who was found dead in his library ' victim it ii supposed, to the toils of st atsmanship. . Al. llu- tana. Has it.iJowtd with unusual strength of determination ; ij dodged obtsiaacy bore down his colleagues in the Cabinet, 'sfi-iei.ds and opponents in the Chambers, and the nation it- as ia the case of the t survey cf taxes, if that can be re- rdoj s? a thiag accomplished, which perhaps the fact war ; iti His lirmnf ss and his confidence in himself command M the coulijetice of others, which was justified by his ability $ a ''Hancier. Irksome, and even incouvt nit-ntt as it was to "esuch a colltagur!, it seems to be generally considered that e &ouIi-Guizot (.'ubinet could not space their impracticable to bo given to runaway negro slaves, by British vessels m the several ports of the island of Cuba. Scnor'Aguado hss died jt Madrid of apoplexv. A proposition for borrowing 2 4,000,000 of reals, in anticipa tion of the revenues of the Havana and Porto Rico, m aid of the administration of the marine, has been adopted ia the Chamber of Deputies by 33 totes against 13. Our latest accounts from Madrid are of the 2 4th ult. AL Alarlaini was ulmost entirely recovered from his indisposition. The cotton question would "not, it was feared, be brought for ward in the course cf the present session M. Surry Hull, the minister of finance, who is a native of the Catatonia, and moreover a deputy from that province, was constantly raising dtfiiculties on the subject, in order to gain time, the majority of the cabinet being of opinion that the question should be im mediately cdj ustcd. Nobody, it appears, ia Madrid, talked of the marriage of Queen Isabella; nor was it likely that the matter would be seriously thought of, until her majesty was able to govern by herself that is, until she should arrive at the age of IGor IS. i i i ....... Straxoe DOIXG3 in Georuia. The following extract of a letter is published inthe Charleston Courier: Ball Anex. "Pkrry, Ga , Alay 9 1S42. "The limes are becoming appalling really alarming. We have just returned from Sumpter Superior" Court Its first day's session was this day week. . We took all our plain verdicts, entered up our judgments, attached the notes put them back in the clerk's office that night. Some fiiends, it was not ascertained who, but some six or eight must have been concerned, entered the Court House, carried cfi" the Clerk's deik, in which was contained every paper docket re cord book, &c. pertaining to the Oiliee, and consumed I be whole by fire. There was nothing saved except the few cases the members of the bar happened to have in their hats pockets. We lest every case but two where judgment had been taken. Notes are gone also. No trace left behiod. As the bar had out until sale hour arrived, when itsuspend'd for thu sales and as soon as the Deputy SherifTcommenced, he. was instantly seized by three ruffians and carried off to an adjacent swamp. The judge repaired to the court room, made an address to the populace, commanded the principal Sheriff to summon the posse and pursue, bring back the Dep uty, and the men who carried him off The Sheriff led the way commanding the crowd, of at least two hundred and fif ty, to follow and aid him the crowd went out, dispersed over town; end not half a dozen would go. The Sheriff and three or four approached near to the place where the outlaws were and a fellow came out with a double barrelled gun, and told the Sheriff that there" were twenty-live or thiity men inthe swamn. well armed that he might advance, if he did he would do it at his per il that fifty millions of armed men cvuld not capture the outlaws. The next day, being Sheriff sale's day and a great deal of property advertised the court proceeded on with sucn cases The sheriff had no arms and could get none to put into the hands of the frit uds of the law. We tremble for the country, lor the perpetuity of the government. Aloborracy stalks abroad in noon day sun, with impunity, and without a blush. God save the country and destroy the spirit ofmobism." To tuk F itEEJtcs of thk Countrv. Are you not tired of a fickle and ever varying currency ?. Are you not wearied by the experiments (unwise and oppressive as thev have proved to be) which your iuler have for ten years, been trying upon the currtucy of the country' Are you not now convinced by sad experience, that a sound and uniform cur rency is a great biasing to the whole nation? Look to the experience f the past, and reflect what course wisdom dic tates to be pursued. What do the leaders of the Van Bureu party promise you, a? a remedy for the great derangement and depreciation now existing in the currency? Notning literally nothing. Many of them care not an iota how the people fciifjer, so they get fat offices. They warred against the Uniied States Bank until they demolished it, and then fel the fancies of the American people by promising them floods of gold and silver. They linckered for twelve years upon their new and untried experiments, and now, instead of reali zing their golden premises, the people are reaping the bitter fruits of their inglorious success. They promise not even to attempt an amelioration of the country. They rejoice at the treachery of tho President, and chuckle in their sleeves at what they believe a prospect of getting the spoils of office into their hands again, without proposing to do any thing for the relief of the people. Rally, freemen of the land, and lake the matter into your own hands. Your lathers of the revolution rallied in Freedom's cause, and achieved a renowned victory in the battle cf Saratogo. An Arnold deserted their camps, yet they considered ther cause no less sacred, put persevered and gained for us, their offspring, our Independence with all its concomitant blessings aye, the proud appellation of the freees-t people upon the earth. Freemen, you rallied in 1840, in the cause of our common country, and achieved a glorious . . , . i i j i -. victory. INow that an Ainoia nas uesenen your interests ana I principles, is your cause any less glorious than then ? Then to arms! to arms! defend your principles; charge upon the enemy, and yours will be a glorious a permanent triumph. Lolumoia uoserver. orator aix. Accounts from Philippine Island, published by 1! Corresponsaf, under the 15th January last announced that i te rmhtarv authorities had adopted the most violent measure I j repress the revolt at Tabavas, and that 1.4D0 persons had ; irly ftllen victims to the sanguinary decrees of Capt Gen- ri Oraa. - - - '-, At -Mid i id, on the 13th ult. some disturbance broke out in I wqacnce of a coalition of the operatives, owing to the ',uof rork ana dearness of bread, soma persons had been , -rely wounded. . . - : . : . : i I be Infanta Don Francisco de Paulo and family, arrived j 'Madrid on the 14th, on his way to Andalusia. ""The gov r raaseot bad ordered all the honors to be paid to the royal I T, , : ; - I- . - I l- is said tnal seTeral rich merchants from the Havani, are ! T;r- to force the cabinet cf Aladiid to demand explanations government, relative iu --itkiyii aiu The Rhode Island farce is not without its moral. Utterly indefensible and monstrous as was the principle upon which it was based it nevertheless commanded the acquiescence and support of a large majority of the Locofoco party. The flower of that party in New York the immediate confiden tial friends of the late President, openly avowed the disorgan izing principle, and urged the infuriated mob to push their doctrines to their legitimate results revolution and blood.- The majority, they proclaimed had the indefeasible right to alter and abolish existing constitutions, without regard to es tablished forms, and indiiect violation of existing laws. That a principle so abhorcntto Republicanism so subversiv eof all order tending directly to anarchy and strife should be em braced by a whole party, is indeed ominous of the early over throw of our system of .Government. t If the recent failure shall hare the effect of admonishing the people of the danger that threatens their liberties, the attempt to substitute mob vio lence for law may justly be deemed a great public blessing. But will it have that effect? Are not the seed sown broad cast, and is not this revolutionary outbreak a legitimate fruit of the doctrines cf Locofccoism 1 Whilst notions of universal equality are extensively entertained, and laws for the prdtec tion of life and property, are habitually set at defiance, we can expect a repetition of such outbreaks from time to time until Liberty, passing through tho convulsions of anarchy, Via rrnhed beneath the strong arm of Despotism. -v".? :; S' ': ! 4 ' Richmond JVJdg. ' I Corrected Meekly from the Memphis IJnuirer. Gold Silver U. S. Bank Notes Kentucky New Orleans sus. Virginia ladiar-a lSal& prerri Illinois 10a 15:t 50a GO dis 6al0prerr 5a!0 ' lOalO Alabama ... 15 a 2." Arkansas 50nCO dis lolly Springs 5at0 rjnicB . S0a85 Oiher Mis- money uncertain Checks on Phil. ; lO .lipiem SCHOOL COM MEN OK 1). rpllli sobAcriber coramecced the second session .f his school, in L the Cani btNUe rhurch, an the 7ih Irtsr-t ; rh--r he hope., by diligent attention to business, to meet with liberal .-ticoaraemeni 'fro:a his frie-nds and the public. His terms are th.' wne as hereto fore. For the lower branches $3 ; for the higher baches S10. June 10. lSi-2. 4G lw JAMES A. h VA.MLTO.N, EST1SAYS SZarsiiall Coin ty. T A KCN up by James M. Coopwood, living oi ;jile North ol Mount Pleasant, one sorrel stud mule, three v. ars old, about loj hands hih, some geitr r-iarks, no other mark or brands per civ:bie. Appraised to ' $-10. f .lav IS, 184 J. G. L. SWAN, June 10, 1S1J . 4u 3w Hanger. FEMALE SEMINAL Y. Srr.vESTHu, I arshali Cocnty, Miss. ri"MiE undersigned will reume the esercise.s of ihe Institution at JL L6 residence on the 15ih ofJunecext. Having pi t cured the services of able as.iitaai, both in the lit erary oiiu ornamental departments of education, it is the intention of the undersigned, for a series of years to come, aain to devote his time and attention to the intruction of youth. The students will be boarded in thetarni!y ol the undersigned and will ba subject to a poverntneMM, strict, guarded tnd parental. Uoard per sessaoii (iive months) :::::::;, $bO Tuition ::;.::::::.!::::::: 15 Music ::::: s : 25 Pavable semi anuallv in advauee. May the iZ.h iSiS. DENJ. -COTTRELL. Jj'The Guard, Holly Springs; Enquirer, Meinpfiis Gatherer, agraag-j ; and Miss. Creole, i. anton ; wi. give the cbove three in er;iD i, aui forward thei r accounts to this oilice. tj ril L? 5j w "fefti i rp HE undersigned would respectfully inform his friends and pat X runs, that the next session of his school will commeucc on the second Monday in June next. Terras as heretofore . .... . H : i-..JT..r Wriiinor and .Arithmetic. : : ' : ming Ealish Grammar, Gee June 3 IS 12 2t rraphy tnd History J. F : : : 10 GILMOKE. irZA5SIIALS SALE. KHilxMAN i ANDREWS, ) 0(J fi fa ,Q JuIJe Term Up s. . r -ir-r. , , H. Court, Nor. Dis. Mi.s. Wji. L. LAMER., cl al. ) BY virtue of tha above recited writ to me directed, I will sell at the Court House of Marshall County, on Monday the 13th day of June, 1842, the following property, to wit : One negro feljow, named Joe, and a negio woman, named Fanny, and her child (an ialani) Levied on as the properly of Defendant Thomas, to satisfy the ibove named execution and all costs. ALBX'R K. McCLUKG, Mar. Isor. Dhl IJis. liy JOHN P. CARUTIIEKS, Dep'y , June 1st 1342- io ts THK STATE OF .MISSISSIPPI, TirrAH County: Circuit Court, March Term, ISiZ. George A. Phife-r 1 r.t. Bill rrx His day came the complainant by his Thomas Box. ) X attorney, and it appearing to the ratis faction ol the Coy rt that the defendant resides be.yond the limits of the State of Mississippi, so that the ordinary process c3nnotbs Fer ved upon him, it is tnerefore ordered by the court that unless the said defendant shall appear at the next term of this court, on the last Monday in September, 14.2, aud plead answer or demur to com plainanVs bill, that the allegations therein contained will be taken as confessed, and decreed accordingly : And it is further ordered by the court, that publication he made in the Holly Springs Gazette, a newspaper published in the town of Holly Springs, in the slate ef Mississippi. ior two months. IIARDV Vv STUICKLIN, Clerk. May 21, 1842. 15 2m .ll;is-siiIl Coimlj. rp A KEN up by Martin Websrer, living on the Memphis road, JL thtee miles west of Lamar, one brigat sorrel horse, both hind leet wane and a small white in his face, tiiree years old. Appraised to 35. May 25, 1842. TAKEN upby Bumond Franklin, living three miles North-west of Lamar, one gray horse, supposed to be 15 years old, a scar on the right nostril ; no other marks or brands. Appraised to 25. may 28. June 3, 1N12 45 3w G. E. SWA ii, Ranger. 5fl'ersons taking up Estray are hereby notified, not to Oeliveie inem up until all tees have been paid, or without an order from the i.angcr. G. L. SWAN, Hanger. IiEAKEr, IIUIE&STITII, A TTORNE YS AND CO UXSELLORS A T LA V , Greensboro, Choctaw County, Miss., WILL practice in the second Judicial District, composed of the counties of Carroll, Yallobuaha, Choctaw and Tah'erciEqcji also in the counties of Chickasaw, Octibeha, Lafayette, Pontotoc; Lowndes and Winston; also the Chancery Courts at Oxford and Columbus, the Federal Court al Pontotoc, and Supreme Court al Jackson. All business entrusted to their care will meet their undi vided attention. JAMES A. KENNEDY. GEORGE HU1S. March 9, lS42.-3G-tf ABNER A. STITH, XV A. BOUSN, ATJORN1ZY AT LAW, ) Holly Springs, Aliss. WILL practice in the 8th Judicial District. All business entrust ed to his care shall rvceive prompt and strict attention, g-y Office, 3d. door West from the North-west corner of the pub lie square, in the brick row. Jan. 20, 1S42.-26-1X , irx. is. iiuiviiYG, ATTORNEY AT LA W. OFFICE- Adjoining Wm. Finley Esq. feb. 3-23-tf , i . - - . MEDICAL CARD. " i';;' (late op jacksom, tesn.) - - Having permanectly located in Holly Springs intends to attend promptly to al) ealls'for him in his profession, and hopes that a strict and faithful attention to his professional duties, and an experience often years, devoted to a heavy, and laborious practice, will merit a liberal share of public patronage. " Hi charges s.iall be moderate-. His ofiice is at the Drug Store of X A?ge & Co., where he mar al ways pa loana except when absent ou protessionai oasmesa. , HOLLY SPRINGS FEMALE INSTITUTE,, i MARSHALL COUNTY. A LA DY, of bigh personabvorth and professions.! qualincations i. and experience, is required, at this Institute, to aid ia teaching the higher branches of the literary Department. References must be uaquestjanao.e. May 30, lS12-3t C. A. FOSTER, Rector & Principal. HOLLY SPUINUS. FEMALE INSTITUTE. The next session of this Institute wili be opened cn the se cond Alonday in July next. The Principal having made ar rangements with the Trustef s for his occupying the building and premises dtiring the term of five years and six msnthr. has made, already, extensive preparations for the expenditure, upon it and the grounds, of 01500. The house will be tho roughly finished in time for the reception of pupils, twenty fiveof "whom can be accommodated immediately with board, lights, fuel and washing. , The associate Principal, the Rev. A. P. Al err ill and oth er teachers will reside in the Icstimte with the boarders and thus fain one family a family in which all the solicitudes of narent."1! anxiety and care shall be rxcrcised, AIrs. AIer rill, who f. peculiarly happy in management, winning the affection? of tC pupils at the same time sh is enforcing an uncomprob.nsing discipline, will be specially engaged in tho "well ordered home.'' The Boarders' attention shall be di rected to the varuous branches of Domestic Economy, where by relief will be 'ven to thir literaty pursuits. They shall be required to a:!-eJ somevvhat to their wardrobe, to keep everv article of their joparei w perfect : neatness, and ar ranged in order. Plain needlework ?b311 have lts Jue shara ofauention. Evrv article of dies must bf. distinctly marked with the full name of the young Jau. "er hall-dozen towels, iequired to be brought by her, property numbered. Boarders will not be allowed to go sboppn.5 without ona of the ladies of the Institute, who will superintcuu their pur chases: and not then, except when Parents or" Gu"rt"iar'3 shall have left instruction to permit such shopping. No boarder will be allowed to leave ihe grounds unless by express permission or in company with some one of the teach-' ers. The young ladies however will not be deprived of any privilege or pleasure which they would enjoy, in any well regulated private famiiy, and it is hopedthat the efforts which will be made to promote their happiness, and the care that will beexerciscd over thsir manners, morals and general deport ment, together with the advantages which will result from their being punctual in their attendance, (as sickness can bo the only excuse for non attendance when boarding in the house where the school is taught,) will be an inducement for parents to place their daughters in the Institute. - It is not intended to debar the young ladies the enjoyment of the good society which the town affords. Company will be, occasionally, invited to the Institute with the designed view of the improvement and gratification .of the family. Boarders shall attend tho church, to which their Parents or Guardians shall have directed they shall go. A. beautiful cabinet is already obtained, and a splendid Philosophical Apparatus is hourly expected. This i3 an indispeusibie furniture ia all Institutions which pretend to leach thoroughly for without it the sciences of Natural or mechanical Philosophy and Chemistry cannot be welJ incul cated. , Donations of books for the Library are increasing, and it is hoped that, erelong, the generosity of friends will be direc ted towards an increase of the cabinet of mineralogy, and to the botanical garden. THE PRESENT FACULTY CONSISTS OF. Rev. C. A. Foster, Rector and Principal, Rev. A. P. A1errillv Associate Principal. Mrs. A. P. AIerrill. Preceptress, - Aliss. AIartha V. Phaser, Assistant Tutoress, -r J. F. Goxeke Esq.. Professor of Alusic, - .. Aliss. AI, Gon eke Alusic on Piano Forte, AIrs. Sarah B. Thompson, Alatron. Arrangements , are in progress lor an additional teacher in ihe literary department No pains will be spared on the part of the Faculty to con tibute in forming the character of the pupils, after the most approved models of excellence as developed by relincd socie ty and christian morality. . . . , . A strict and uncompromising discipline shall be maintain ed, without which all efforts to teach must prove vain and useless. Although firm and inflexible, it shall be tempered with kindness and alfection, and therefore no young ladies will be received as members of this. Institute, whose parents or guardians will not yield to this highly necessary and salu tary regulation. . . The year will be divided into two sessions of five months Tuition One half payable in advance, and ihe balance at the end cf the session. "As a heavy disburseroent will be forthwith made on the building, it is hoped, tat the fees will be promptly paid in advance. , " , . No pupil receive r 1 than session. No deduction for absence, orcept Vu cases of protracted sickness. Pupils entered any ty.ee previous to the middle of the" session, will chared the same as if entered at the beginning. Board and washing 812 50 per month, the half session paid invariably in advance. In Summer, mattresses will be furnished; but in Winter, the boarders will: be required to provide themselves-with feather Ijedy, if they need them. RATES OF TUITION. Pestalozzian Department, : : : $10,00 Junior Department, : : ; t : : : ;: i - 15.O0I Senior Department, : : : : : ; : : ; 2000 CLASSICAL AND ORNAMENTAL DEPARTAIENt! ' ijaiin, urceK, r xeucu, opanisu, or Italian, : : : jlOOO Alusic on the Harp, ., piano. Organ, or Guitar : - "i : : " Accordion, : : : - : : . Use of Harp, Piano, or Organ, for practice, ; : j Mi I Accordion or Guitar, - . f Drawing and painting in Water Colors, twice a weeek. A " ' ? in Oils, on canvass, .;: ; Ornamental needle work, t; : : V " Transferring, Shell and Wax-work, rind Crystiiiza- tion, per lesson ; : ; : . . . - Use of Drawing Patterns, &c. - - ' ; -i Library and readino-ronm ? - - . . . '- . Plain needle work, calisthenics, Lc.; whbout extra charr l lie course cr instruction m this Institute will be thorough and efficient and is designed to embrace the term of three years from the lime of entering the Junior Department, ''lAe-: 7-f'&- -- f C.:-"A.'-FOSTER ' . Holly Springs Alay, 20 1842. if ' ' - i 23,00 25,00 1500 5,00 2.50 8,00 15,00 8,00 1,00-1,0ft I,0Q