are in the habit of doing good, That a little sweet oil is immediately wanted on Amofkeag Canal, in order to make the wheels flide glib and complete the fame—as Boston folks are longing to have it finifhed, it would be well for them to apply to S. Gilbert, Centinel Office, State Street, who can afsist them by felling Tickets in the 6th Clafs of faid Canal Lottery at two dollars each, with the profpect of gaining eight thousand dollars.
Reader, fail not (if you pleafe) to apply before the 24ths want high prices for their produce. Politicians want bones to knaw. Lawyers want clients. All classes want money.
The wheels of Amofkeag Lottery are on the trot and they want to gallup. Tickets and quarters warranted undrawn, to be had of S. Gilbert, Centinel Office.
It ought to be mentioned that many have bought, with the noble view of aiding the canal.
Go thou and do likewife.
From the foregoing extracts it seems that people had wheels, even in that time; but the gr