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Image 1 of Kentucky gazette (Lexington, Ky. : 1809), April 18, 1835

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I '' " ' " ' m . - ,. .'II. nn ' ii ' ' " True to his charge he comes, the Herald ' . U. ' of a noisy world; News from all nations, lumVring at his hack?1 - - - . - .y-j- . ' ' . t ia4LMAUMlKwrfrhFThirMlli LEXINGTON, SATURDAY, APRIL 18, 1835. No. 15. NOTICE THE ANNUAL ELECTION 1835. FOR persons indebted to me are respectfully earnestly solicited to call and settle heir accounts. By so doing,7the subscriber will be obliged. THOS. C. OREAR. 1- -tf Jan. 6 ALL pike Road Company, will be held on the lstiuon day in May next, 10 o'clock, a, m, at the house of Air. Moss, at the inoutn 01 tuexman on ine Kentucky river; at which time and place a general attendance is requested, expeiting the appointment will be more cenvenient in extending the works, BRICK MAKING $ LAYING. ELZY BENJAMIN FORD, KEISl.RH.YllNEY, have assoJ. ciated themselves in partnership,, for the purpose bf carrying on the above business9!!) all itsvari-bu- s Persons wishing any work in their branches. line, can have it done on the shortest notice and bn as re asonablcjwms.as it can Bprocujeili33he city. They are now ready to execute all orders in their line. "Punctuality and despatch" shall be their motto; and thej hope, by unremitting attention, to merit and receive a share ns public patronage. Their BrickYard is near the Lunatic Asylum, formerly owned by B. Ford. Lexington, Feb. 17. 9-- tf AGENCY AND COMMISSION. r HlHE Subscribers have established a House JL in the City of 1'ew York, for the purpose of transacting a (General Agency & Commis sion Business Consignments are solicited, op Ull T II II II llUCItla 1UVdlll.r3 Will & WILSON, COSTER UC juiiw Sir. ' AVE sold their stock of GOODS to Messrs. MORTON, ILES Sc WRIGHT, who will continue the MERCANTILE BUSINESS in the House lately occupied by them, and to, whom they can, with every confidence, recom, mend their customers and acquaintances. In relinquishing the Merchantile for other business, the undersigned cannot withhold an expres-tio- n of gratitude to the many friends who have supported them by their patronage. n. MORRISON, J. BRADLEY. L. 9-- 8t NEW GOODS, FOR FALL & WINTER, 1034. WM. H. RAIN3Y, announces to his cu. RESPECTFULLY that he has purchas ed the entire stock of GOODS belonging to Mtss. Johnson and Reynolds, and has removed to the sine Storehouse ocenpied by them No. 46, Main street, two doors below John Tilford & Son's. He is now opening a large and tasteful supply of STAPLE AND FANCY MERCHANDISE, New York Phila and Durchased be himself in delphia, with much care and labour. He hopes sew doors lower bis former customers will travel a than his old stand, for which he promises to make them a liberal compensation. The greater proportion of his stock is entirely FRESH, FASHIONABLE, and CHEAP, and he thinks it unnecessary to specify the variety com prising the assortment; but assures the public he will exhibit to them as desirable articles as can be procured in the rity. Lexington, Nov 1st 1834 43--lf of above will seen by ITMessrs.besuccessors tbe Business,advertisement firm MORRISON St BRADLEY, that under the in their we ate We shall endeavor to conduct the business very much as heretofore, iu the same house; and we invite the former patrons and all others, to call. of MORTON, ILES & WRIGHT. GABRIEL I. MORTON. THOMAS J. ILES, SAMUEL M. WRIGHT Lex. March 5, 1834 tf. 100 DOLLARS REWARD. (gJTOLEN from the Livery Stable of J. Byrne, Kj en Main street, opposite the United States Hotel, on the 2Gth February, ONE DARK BAY HORSE, about 14 hands tiigh, with a bald face, and white legs all round. Also, A SMALL BAY MARE, with black legs, black rciae and tail. Said horses were taken by two men oat of them had on an outside drab coat with a large cape ; tie other a blue cloak ; one stated bis name to be Hll, tbe other J Disreone. They said they were going to the neighborhood of Skelbyville, and would return next day. I will give the above reward to ny person or persona who will stop these men in eny way so as to lead to their conviction, end retirn me the horses, or secure them so I car get them. Is the men are not taken, I will give a liberal nward for the horses. JOHN BYRNE. cbLPA March 3 I0-- 3t DENTISTRY. 3LACKSXHXTHXNS. T public are respectfully sggjv informed, that JOSIAH ENN1S. the late partner of mdWI JohD'lC. ahaw, haacommenced on the BLACKSMITIIING ' the corner of Hill & Main-cios- s streets, where he intends carry ing)! on in all of its various branches, and will be happy to waiton his friends and thepublic generally. His work, shall be executed in a faithful manner, and he hopes by strict attention to business to merit a share of public patronage. tfrf !m?jtz JOSIAH ENNIS. August 16, 1834. " ' 33-- tf JTutaWs Beer'. McKENZIE, TUfAS on hand a supply of Nutall's Beer, ot first rate quality. Friends "" can call and make trial of it Lexington, Nov. 15 B. A.FAHNESTOCK'S Celebrated VERMIFUGE. An effectual medicine FOR EXPELLING WORMS FROM THE SYSTEM; JAMES CHALLEN, Resident Dentist, from the cornerof Main and Spring streets, nearly opposite the Masonic Hall. Is required he will attend on Lauies at their residence whomaydesire his service. He promises to perform all operations in Dentistry, upon approved scientific principles. Lexington, Dec. 21, 1833. 50-- tf STAMBODL. THIS BEAUTIFUL FOAL-GETTE- AV1NG his health peifectly, wilUsund this season in xxxxngton. The disease which occasioned his withdrawal from service last year, (the Big head) has been arrested, and although that disease, even when perfectly cured, alnays leaves a horse stiff, the balance of his yet STAMBOUL is not so much affected by it, as is common. Thepublic are assured, that his health and Ins vigor are an good as they ever were. Gentlemen who are acquainted with the disease, need nothing further, than to know what has been the disease, to be assured of its effects. Panic-luar- s in Bills. THE PROPRIETORS. March 4, 1834 9-- tf. Jessamine County, Set. Daniel, a blight For sale at the Drug and Chemical Store, corner Sorrel Mare, three years old last of Main, and Upper Streets, south of the Court spring, a sew while hairs in her House. inane, and a small star or white hair m JOHN NORTON, Drugs't. in her sorehead, lone switch tail. Appraised to 27 Hollars and 50 cents, b) John Portwood and Win . P. Daniel, before me this 6th FARM FQR SALE. A. WAKE, j p. SELL for the proprietor, A FARM day of October, 1834. SWILL Rail road, about 4 miles from Lex- A Copy, Attest, John M. riucE,dccrc. ington, adjoining the farms of Cul. Henry C. Payne and Benjamin Taylor, containing 150 HOUSES AHD LOTS ACRES of first rate land, nearly all well timberFOR SALE. Apply to DARWIN JOHNSON. ed. Undersingned is authorised to sell TWO March 6, 1835. 0AND LOTS, in the city ef Lexington, situated on Hill street, nearly opposite CAS II FOR WH EAT. the residence of Mr. Joel Higglns. The nouses aro 45-3- i. uk run. mm ease. MORRISON" & BRADLEY. IlldllC REMOVAL. in March 21, 1835. ll-- 7t friendly to this undertaking, may aid it essentially by giving the above notice an insertion. carried equal qgeight, and he beu,! him BERRYMAN. New York, 20th February, 1833 -tf ALLUVION STEAM MILL. WATER STREET EXTRA Superfine Fine, Common, HomRye FLOUR. Com meal, iny, Chop, Shorts, and Bran. The Mill Establishment having been put in complete repair, is now in full operatiou The above articles warranted good, or taken back, will ne Kepi constantly on hand, and sent around the city, in the Flour Wagon. Corn and Rye .... n iui vuii . 'It U win ub giuuu i C. .n1l ui uiuney , anaI 11.1 wneai exchanged upon liberal terms. The business shall in the best manner; the liberal patronage be done of thepublic is, therefore, respectfully solicited. Lex. Feb. 4 5-- tf. LAFAYETTE T31PEPANC3 HOTEL. rMIHE Subscriber, grateful for the encourage-J- L ment he has received since he har opened his Hotel in Lexington, respectfully announces to his friends and the public, that he has determined upon conducting the LAFAYETTE HOTEL, From this day forward, entirely on Temperance principles. His guests may depend upon his best exertions for their comfort : his table will be constantly supplied with the best provisiohs the market affords ; and contiguous to his Hotel, his customers will find an excellent LIVERY STABLE under the mananement of Messrs. Hampton and Drake. He confidently trusts that in excluding Spirituous Liquors entirely from hit establishment, he will experience no diminution of that respectable patronage he has already enjoyed from this comJOHN B. H1GBEE. munity. -- 3m Leiingtox, Jan. 9S, 1835. IPoauc. No. 30.J An ACT granting to the borough of Michilimak- inac certain grounds for public purposes. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Ajiigrmusscmoica, ma: there be , and there is hereby, granted to the Corporation of the boiough a President and Directors of the Lancaster, and Nicholasville Turn UP, by II. TAKENNicholasville, zmmmevr e"r7 i1 I Michilimakinac, for public purposes exclusive!) , a lot cf ground, containing by estimation, eieht used as a common, by the inhab- i j0"8) Jjeretofire ! .tlentS .IV. fiaiH hnrmt.h Ivin. k.ioi.sn a .vt .f "- -" v. .. ui "'O ''. H latld. tfie nronertv ns TWtnr llaoiH MitrhAl! nn.4 lBnd " propertyofthe heirsofEze- - BY AUTHORITP5T.T ril,nolllotof - Laics of the United St,Ues passed at the second - icHisno ine. iiecniy-uuruongress. a ' " fPoauc. No. 31. AN ACT further to extend the time allowed for the execution of the duties of the commission IPcBuc. No. 28.1 An ACT in amendment of the acts far the pun. lihment of offences against the United States. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Ren resentalives of the United Stales of America in. Congress assembled, That is any one or more of inecreivoiany American ship orvesse! on the high seas, or on any other waters within the admiralty and maratime jurisdiction of the United States, shall unlawfully, wilfully, and with force, or by fraud, threats, ot other intimidations, usurp the command of sircl) ship or vessel from the master ar other lawful commanding officer thereof, or deprive him of his authority and coiamand on board thereof, or resist er prevent him in the free and lawful execrcise thereof, er transfer such authority and cer.unand to any other person not lawfully entitled thereto, every such person so offendin?, his aiders or abettors, shall be deemed guilty of a revolt or mutiny and felony; aud shall on conviction thereof, be punished by sine oot exceeding two thousand dollars; and by imprisonment and confinement to hard labor not exceeding ten years, according to the nature and ag gravation ol the offence. And the offence of mating a revolt in a ship which now is, under, and in virtue cf the eighth suction of the act of Con-gtes- s, passed the thirtieth day of April, in the year of our Lord, one thousand seven hundred ami ninety, punishable as a capital offence, shall, from and aster the passate ot the present act. be no ion. ger punishable a a capital offence, but shall be punished io the manner prescribed in the present act, and not otherwise. bcc. 2. And be it further enacted. That is any one or more of the crew of any American ship or vessel on the high seas, or any other waters, niiinii wc annuraiiy aim maritime jurisdiction of the United States, shall endeavor to injVV. volt or mutiny on boatd such ship or shall com-- , bine, conspire or confederate with any other person or persons on board to make such revolt or mutiny, or shall solicit, tncite or ctir up any other or others cf the crew to disobey or resHt the lawful orders of the mastsr, or other officer V ship or vessol, or to refuse r neglect their proper duty on board thereof, or to betray their proper trust uierein, or snail assemble with others in a tumultuous and mutinous manner, or make a rioi n board thereof, or shall unlawfully confine the master, or other commanding officer thereof, every such person so offending shall, on conviction thereof, be punished by sine, not exceeding one thousand dollars, or by imprisonment not exceeding five years, or by both, according to the nature aud aggravation of the offence. bee. 3. And be it further enacted. That, ifl any master or other onicer, of any American ship or vessel on the high stas, or on any otaer waters within the admiralty and maritime jurisdiction ol the United States, shall from malice, hatred or revenge, and without justifiable cause, beat, wound, or imprison, any one or more of the crew of such ship or versel, or withhold from them suitable food and nourishment, or inflict upon them any cruel and unusual punishment, everv such person so ofenniiigshill, on conviction thereof, be punished Dy unn, not exceeding one thousand dollar, or by imprisonment not exceeding five years, or by both. according to the natuie and aggravation of the offence. Sc. 4. And be it further enacted. That whenever any person indicted for anv offence against the United States, whether capital or otherwise, shall upon his arraignment stand mute, or will not plead or answer thereto, it shall be the duty of the court to enter the plea of not guilty on his behalf in the same manner as is he had pleaded not guilty thereto. And when the party shall plead not guilty, or such plea shall be entered as aforesaid , the cause shall be deemed at issue and shall, without (farther form or ceremony, be tried by a jury. And in all trials in capital cases, is the party indicted shall peremptorily challenge above the number of jurors allowed by law, such excess of challenges shall he disallowed by the court, and the cause shall proceed for trial in the same manner, as is the same challenges had not been made. Sec 5. And be it further enacted. That whenever any person shall be convicted of any offence against the United States which is punishable by sine and imprisonment, or by eighter, it shall be lawful for the court by which the sentence is passed, to older the sentence to be executed in is an House of Correction, or House of Reformation for juvenile delinquents within the State or District where such court is holden, the nse of which shall be allowed and authorized by the Legislature of the Slate for such purpose. And the expenses attendant upon the execution of such sentence shall be paid by the United States. Approved, March 3d, 1835. deceased1."'''' Approved, Much 3, 1835. for carrying into effect the convention with France. Be it enacted ov the Senate and House ofRente- scjiiaavecj me united Slates of America in Con gress assembled, That the commission created by an aci eauiierj "An act to carry intn effect the convention ortween the United States and his Ma- jesty th King of the French, .concluded at Paris on the fourth day of July, eighteen hundrel and approved July thirtieth, eighteen thirty-one- ," hundred and thirty-tw- o, shall be anil ij hereby, continued until the Cist day cf January, eif.hteen huadreri and thirty-si- x, for the exscutien f the dutias prescribed by said set. Approved, March 3d, 1835. Vol. 50 ing the expense thereof, the sum is one hundred thousand dollars be, and the sam is hereby appropriated, to be paid out of an)- - money in the Treasury not otherwise approprrcud. Approved, Maich 3d, 1835. ' rR No. ylA AN ACT spplementary to the S of the fourth of July, eighteerThundied ami I. , entitled "An act fdr, the final "Weill of the ' Mlistiicr'of' claims to lands in thi "south., Louisiana." . v, M . Bent enacted bv ViitSenatc an'dfmue efRcv .J resentalives of the United Stales of America tn sjongrss assemolca, i nat tne claims lor lanes withiu the southeastern district of the Stete of Louisiana, described by the register and receiver of the said district, in their report to the Secretary of theTrrasury, bearing date the filth of Septemat New ber, eighteen hundred and thirty-thre- e, Orleans, be, and the same are hereby confirmed against any claim on the part of ihe United States, except the different applications hereinafter speci fied, to wit : in class A of said report, the following thirty-twnumbers; three, ten, twenty-sirPUBLIC thirty-eigh- t, In class twenty-si- x, forty-si- twenty-eigh- t, forty. seven, twenty-threforty-tw- x. II of said report, the following numbers, and twenty-nin- thirteeu, nineteen, thirty-fiv- e, forty-thre- e. In class Cof said report, Ihe followinj numbers; two hundred and six, one hundred and eighty-si- x, and eighty -twenty, two hundred and twenty-on- e, eighty-sou- r forty, one hundred sad eighty-fiv- e, ix, and seventy-si- x, 4ne hundred and seventy-seveone hundred and seventy-eigh- t, one hundred and , seventy-nineone bundled aod ninety-on- e, one ninety-eight. hividred and Public. No. 32.1 AN ACT further to suspend the operation of certain provisoes of "An act to alter and amend the stveral acts imposing duties on iiaports," Sxc. 23. And be it further enacted. That it shall be the duly of the register and receiver in approved the fourteenth day ns July, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-twsaid district to make out a full and perfect transBe tt enacted by the Senate and House cf Repcript of all Ihe title papers and of the evidence in resentatives ef the United States ef America, in their office, in relation to the numbers excepted in Congress assembled, That the provisoes of the the first section of this act, and leport the same to ttnth and twelfth clauses of the second section of the Secretary of lite Treasury, with such other and further iuformalion in jelalion to said claims, as the "Act to alter and amend the several acu immay be directed by the Secreuiy of the Treasury, posing duties on imports," passed on the fourteenth day of July, one thousand eight hundred and for the final and just seltletatnt of said claims tnlrty-lwof the be, and the same are heresy further on or before the commencement next session of Congress; and he is hereby resuspended, until the end of neat stssion ef Congress. Approved, March 3d, 1835. quired and directed to report the same to Congress as early as practicable thereafter, with his opinion loucning tne validity or said claims. approved, March 3d, 1835. HARNESS SADDLERY ESTABLISHMENT ,. BLANK DJ&EDS . ii To the Eel Rivers. For the permanent annuity, stipulated la the fourth article of the treaty with them of the third of August, seventeen hundred and ninety five, five hundred dollars. For the permanent annuity, ttipulateJ in tU third and separate article of the treat; of the twenty first of August, eighteen hundred and sire, tn bundled and fifty dollars. For the permanent annuity, stipulated is tk third and separate article of the treaty ef the thir- tieth of September, eighteen hundred and aloe,1 three hundred and fifty dollars. To the Fottawatamies. For the nermanent annuity, stipulated in ihe fourth article of tie treaty with them of the third of August, seventeen hundred and ninety five, one thousand dollars. For the purchase of salt, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of thesenenth of June, eighteen hundred and three, one hundred and ferly dollars. For the permanent annuity, stipulated ia the third article of the treat of tbe thirtieth of September, eighteen hundred and nine, five hun dred dollars. For the permanent aanuity, stipulated ia the third article of the secoad of October, eighteen hundred and eithteeo. two thousand sir hundred dollars. For the limited annuity, stipulated in the fourth article of the treaty of the twenty ninth of August, eighteen hundied and twenty oae, five thousand dollais. For the limited annuity, stinulated in the third article of the treaty of the sixteenth of October,' eighteen hundred and twenty six, two thousand dollars. For the puinoses ef education, during. Ihe plea- suie of Congress, stipulated in tame, two thousand dollars. For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in same, seven huudted and twenty del- - Public. No. 33. AN ACT to authorize the construction of a RailTPuBuc. Ne.37 I road upon the public lands, from Tallahassee AN ACT to render permanent the present mode to St. Marks in Florida. Be it enacted by the Smait end Howe ef Rep oi supplying the army or the United Stales, and fixing the salary of certain clerks therein named. resentatives of the United States of America in Be it cnaattd by the Senate and House of Rep Congress assembled. That the president, directors and stockholders organized in virtue of an act of resentatives of the United States cf America in ars. Fnr Ihe purchase of iron and steel, cc. (Stipu Congress assembled. That :h leventb, eighth, incorporation from tbe Governor and Letiflauve Council of me Territory of Florida, be, and tbey ninth, and tenth sections of the act enlitlid "An lated in same, two hundred and twenty dollars. For the support of a miller, stipulated in the are neresy, authorized to construct said road upou act regulating the stetT of the army," passed April the public lands of the United States, so far as the fourteenth, eighteen hundred and eighteen ,be and third article of Ihe treaty of the sixteenth of Octoline of said road has been or shall be made to pass the same are hereby, continued in force uttil reber, eighteen anndred and twenty six, six hundred through the same. pealed by Congress. dollars. For the purrhass of one hundred and sixty bush Sec. 2. And be it further enacted, That theie tEC. 2. And be it furVur enacted, Tiat ihe els of salt, stipulated in came, three hundreJ and be granted to the satd railroad companv. the land principal clerk in tbe office of the Comnissarv over which the said road shall pass, and thirty Genera! of Subsistence shall receive the Annual twenty dollars. For ihe permanent annuity, stipulated in the act, on each sine or the same; and the said com- sum of nineteen hundred dollars, one of the, other pany shall have the privilege of usinx the timber clerks the sum ol twelve hundred dollars, aid the second article of the treaty of the twentieth of on tbe public lands, for one hundred yards oa other clerk the sum of one thousand dollars, to be September, eighteen hundred and twenty eight, each side of said railroad, in the construction and paid for the year eighteen hundred and thirty-fiv- e two thousand dollarsr out of any mousy in the Treasury not otherwise For the limited annuities, stipulated in same, repair of said road. one thousand dollars. buc. 3. And be itfiirthcr tnaited, That there ppropnated. shall be, and is hereby, grantee! to th said railFor the purposes of education, during the plea. Approved, March, 3d, 1835. sure ns Congress, stipulated in same, one theusand road company, ten acres of land at the junction of the St. Marks and Waculla rivers, (the point dollars. Public No. 33.1 For the annuity to the principal chief, for lite.' where the road terminates,) exclusive of such porAN ACT rnakirg appropriations for Indian an one hundred dollars. tions as shell be actually improved by individuals, nuities and other similar objects, foi the year stipulated in samo, For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, and now in their occupancy, and also exclusive of eighteen hundred anil thirty-fivsuch portions as, in the opinion of the President, it Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rep stipulated in sume, seven hundred and twenty may be expedient to preserve for tbe national deresentatives of the United States of America in dollars. For the purchase of iron and mttl, see, two fence, or other public use : Provided, nevertheless. iVongress assembled, l hat the following sums be, That the several grants contained in this act, shall 'and the same are hereby, appropriated for the ob- hundred and twenty dollars. For tie purchase of two hundred pounds of torevert to the Government of the United Slates, jects hereinafter mentioned, to be paid out of any bacco, stipulated in lime, two hundred and forty unless the said railroad be begun in five years from money in the 1 reasury not otherwise appropriatdollars. the passage of this act, and completed within ten ed ; that is to say, For ibe pay of three laborers, stipulated in same, years thereafter. TO THE SIX NATIONS OF INDI- three hundred and sixty dollars. hEc. 4. And be it further enacted. That e. the foregoing provisions shall extend to two companies organized under the authority of sets of the Legislature of Alabama, and of the Governor and Legislative Council of the Territory of Florida, for a railroad from Pensacola to the Chatahoochee river neat Columbus in Georgia, and to such oth- -' ei point designated in the act of the Legislature of Alabama, in said State: And also, another railroad authorized by acta of the Legislature of the State of Georgia, and the Territory ns Florida, from the St. Johns liver in Ettt Florida, la the Suwauee river in raid Terri- tory, or to Vacasom Bay, at the mouth of said j fiver. ANS IN NEW YORK. For the permanent annuity stipulated in the eixt)iarticle of the treaty with them of the elev enth of November, seventeen hundred and ninety sour, sour thousand five hundred dollars. For the annuity to the young king, a chief, for life, as provided for bv the act of the twenty sixth of April, eighteen hundred and twenty six, two hundred dollars. To the Scnecas of New York. Forth Detmanent annuity, iu lieu of interest on stork provided for by the act of the nineteenth of Febiuaiy, eighteen hundred and thirty one, six thousand dollars. And all the rights aud privileges and authority To the Oltawas. confeircd in tbe fust and second sections of this For the nermanent annuity, stipulated in the act, bhall extend le the said companies mentioned ;fonrth article of the tteary with them of tho third in this section ; and subject to the proviso f the iof August, seventeen hundred and ninety five, one third section, as to the time within which the rail-roathousand dollars. shall be commenced and completed. For the nermanant annuity, stipulated in Ihe Alarcb 3, IB35. approved, 'second article of the treaty of the seventeenth of November, eighteen hundred and seven, eigni Public. No. 32. hundied dollars. AN ACT t continue the office of Commissioner Fm the permanent annuity, stipulated in the Ifourth article of the treaty of the seventeenth of of Pensions. Be it enacted .bu the Senate .and House . of September, eighteen hundied and eignteen, one . . .. . . . : - . me jxcpreteniaiivce o :'. United states oj Jimenca thousand five hundred dollars. in Congress assembled, That the office of Com- both two story buck buildings, well furnished and For ihe nermanent annuity, stipulated in the iraissionei of Pensions, shall be, arjd the same is fourth article of the treaty of the twenty ninth of suitable for family residences; having attached to hereby, continued for tbe teiin of two years, from August, eighteen hundred and twenty ene, t I here is oa them the other necessary buildings. and aster the fourth day ef March next and no thausand dollars. one of the lots a never-sailin- g well of water. Perj Public. No. 29. sons wishing to purchase will apply to To the Wyandots. An ACT making apprapriations for certain loads. longer, 2. Sec. And be U further enacted, That a ASA FARRAR,Jr. and for examinations and surveys, for the year For the permanent annuity, stipulated in the Commissioner of Pensions shall be appointed by Asa Farrar, ten. ene thousand eight hundred awt thirty-fivAgent for fourth article of the treaty of Ihe third of August, tlte President of the United States, by and with March 7 10-- Jt hundred and ninety five, one thousand Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repthe advice and consent of the Senate, ami that he seventeen resentatives of the United Slates of America in dollars. shall execute under the direction of the Secretary Vnr ihi, nurmaneiit annitv. stipulated in the Congress assembled, Thai the following sums Se ot ar, such duties lnjelation to the various pen second article of tbe treaty of the seventeeth at Vim ,. ! anil etia.t eu tiauU. November, eighteen huudred and seven, lour HunThat Ihe dred dollars. 3;,W.nrf rVIHE Subscribers beg leave to inform the pub- - so, certain roads, and for makine 0,1 DBIOjy vvueauesoiwuiil Olldll ItLCIYC HU For the uermanent annuity, stipulated in me JL lie in gcneieral, that they bavt purchasad and surveys, for Ihe year ene tbeusand eight hun v. twenty-fiv- e hundred dollars, and All 11 Ushall also of he fourth article of the treaties of the twenty ninth of the entire stock of VV . H. Eanes, and intend ared and thirty five, viz. have Ihe privilege of franking. eighteen hundied and seventeen and For the road from Detroit to Fott Gratiot, three j carrying on the above business, iu all its various Src. 4. And be it further enacted, That the September, the seventeenth of September, eighteen hundred brances, at their stand on Main street, a sew thousand dollars. duties heretofore required of, and performed by and eighteen, sour thousand five hundred dollars. doors from the corner of Limestone street, and ' For the road from Dstroit to Sagacaw bay, ten the Secretary of the Treasury, under the provithousand dollars. For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, directly opposite to Daniel Brandford's Auction For the road from Detroit to Grand river of sions of the act approved on the fifteenth of May, stipulated in the tenth article of the treaty of the Both of the subscribers served the reguRoom. one thousand eight hundred and twenty-eigh- t, twenty ninth of September, eighteen hundred and lar apprenticeship of seven years to the trade Lake Michigan, twenty five thousand dollars. For the road from Detroit towards Chicago, in granting allowances to the officers and soldiers of seventeen, seven hundred and twenty dollars. in Europe, and have been, for several years past, the revolutionary army, and in relation to Virgi-- I the Territory of Michigan, ten thousand dollars. for the purchase of iron, steel, Ec. lor shop. employed as foremen, in some of the best estabFor the road from La Plaisance bay to inter- nia claims for revolutionary services and deficiency two hundred and twenty dollars. lishments in their native Countr) and the United of commutation, be and the same are hereby transStates. They flatter themselves wit! the opinion, sect the road to Chicago, uilhin the Territory ol ported to, and made the duties of the Secretary of To the Wyandots, Munsecs, ana ueia-ware- s. that they can execute work in a manner, that Michigan, ten thousand dollars. War, from and aster the first daj ol June next. For the construction of a road from a point opcannotbe excelled either in Europe or America; For the nermanent annuity, simulated in the Approved, March 3, 1835. posite to Memphis, to Wm. Strong's house, on and are determined to tell, on the most reasonable fourth article of Ihe treaty with them of the fourth the St. Francis river, in the Territory of Arkanterms. They have on hand, and will keep conof July, eighteen hundred and five, one thousand Public. No. 35.J sas, io addition to the balance of former appropristantly, a general assortment of neat and substanAN ACT authorizing the construction of a dry dollarsation, one hundred and six thousand dollars. tial made up work; which they invite those wishTo the Christian Indians. dock for the naval service. For defiaying the expenses incidental to making to purchase, to call and examine befoie they Fnr K ii,tmin,n! annuity. ier act of the 30lh ing examinations and surveys under the act of Beit enacted bv the Senate and House of Rep- buy elsewheie. hunresentatives of the United Stales of America in May, eighteen hundred aud twenty six, feur Orders will be punctually attended to, and the thirtieth of April, eighteeu hundied and twenty sour, twenty five thousand dollars. Congress assembled, That the Secretary of tbe dred dollars. work executed with due dispatch. To the Miamtcs For repairing the military road in Florida, from Navy, uudej the direction, of the President of BERNARD O. BUSBY, in the the United States, be, and ha is hereby, Pensacola to Tallahassee, and thence lo St. AuFor the permanent annuity, stipulated twenty ROBERT HUSTON . ' to purchase a site, ehould it be fourth article of the treaty with them of ihe authorized ui. gustine, fifteen thousand dollars. Lex., March 4, 1835 twenty six, For the payment of Isaiah Frost, for work here- deemed most advisable, and to cause a dry dock third of October, eighteen hyndred and tofore done by him, on the Cumberland road, the for the naval service to be constructed, upon the t,.i.Hn A era. thniicatlfj HilllnrC. most approved plan, in the harbor of New York For the purposes of education, during the pleasum ns three hundred and twenty dollars. ' FOR SALn A T Tfilt OFFlCt. or its adjacent waters ; aad that towards daray- - sure of Cengieas, stipulated i the sixth article of Afprrssd, Uareh 3d, THE same treaty, two thousand dollars. For the pay of eight labnreis, stipulated in th luuiin crucio oi same iicaiy, rour nuoarea ana eighty dollars. I For the purchase ef twp thousand pounds of Iron, two hundred and fifty pounds of steel, and one thousand pounds of tobacco', stipulated in same, six hundred and twenty dollars. For the support of a blacksmith and assistant, stipulated in the fifth article of tbe treaty of the sixth October, eighteen hundred aud eighteen, seven nimoreii and twenty dollars. F.orlhe Bupporl,of,a miller, in lietlfgun- .smith, slipulatedlri same", six hnndieif'doliars tor the purchase of one hundred aud sixty bushels of salt, stipulated in same, three hue. dred and twenty dollars. n:j ..amin.tioMlL.lJ .J ' rf ""' To the Fottawatamies of Huron. For the permanent annuity, stipulated in the second article of the treaty will) them of the seventeenth of November, eighteen hundred and seven, sour hundred dollars. of the Prairie. For the limiten annuity, stipulated in Ihe third article of the treaty with them of the twentieth To the Fottawatamies October, eighteen hundred and thiity two, fifteen thousand dollaie. For the annuity of three chiefs, for life, stipulated tn same, one thousand dollars. To the Potlawatamies of the Wabash. For the limited annuity, stipulated in Ibe third article of the treaty with them of the twenty sixth of October, eighteen hundred and thirty two, twenty thousaud dollar. To the Potlawatamies of Indiana. For the limited auuuity', stipulated in the fourth-articlof the treaty with them of the twenty seventh of October, eidhteen hundred and thirty two, iifteer thousand dollars. For Ibe puipose of education, during the plea sure of Congress, stipulated to same, two thousand dollars. To the Chippewas, Otlaieas, and Potta-icalamie- s. For the support of a blacksmith and assistant. stipulated in the second article of the treaty with them of the twenty ninth of July, eighteen hundred and twenty nine, seven hundrod andjtwenty jSHfc' . . dollars. For the purchase of iron and steel, &. two hun dred and twenty dollars. For the permanent annuity, stipulated in the second article of ihe treaty of the twenty ninth of July, eighteeu hundred and twenty mue, sixteea thousand dollars. For the purchase of fifty barrels of salt, stipu lated in same, one hundred and. twenty five del lars To the Winnebagoes. m For the limited annuities stipulated in the second article of the treaty with them of Ihe first of ... August, eighteeD hundred and twenty nine, eighteen thousand dollars. For the purchase of fifty banelsof salt, stipulated in same, one hundred and twenty five dol lars. For the purchase of three thousand pounds or tobacco, stipulated in same, three hundred dol- lars. For the support of three blacksmiths and assistant, stinulated in tbe third article, two thousand 'one hundred and sixty dollars. For iron and steel, air., six hundred and sixty dollars. For the pay of laborers, and for oxen stipulated in same, three hundred and sixty five dollars. For the limiied annuity, stipulated in the third article of the treaty of the fifteenth of September, eighteen hundred and thirty two, ten thousand 'dollars. I For the purpose of education, stipulatsd in the fourth article of same, three thousand dollars. I For the support of six agriculturists, and ef oxen, ploughs, and agricultural imple- - '

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