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For Hire, one good Shoemaker; one Baker, that is well recommended; and, also, one active and intelligent Man, who has been acting in the of Porter. Apply immediately to A. Lishepilerd, at Paymaster Tucker's office, Exall's building, opposite the American Hotel. ja 5--1t*
irginia; Vincent C. Huff, Wythe county, Virginia; Solomon S. Keeting, Princess Ann county, Virginia; George W. Kyser, Dallas county, Alabama; E. F. B. Longstreet, Jackson county, Florida; Byron Lemly. Jackson, Mississippi; Cuvler Lipscomb, Tavant, Texas; Joseph A. Lipscomb, Spotsylvania, Virginia; Lee Mason, Marion, Virginia; Samuel J. McChemey, Washington, Virginia; George M. Mott, Clarke, Mississippi; William Y. Morris, Wilcox, Alabama; Jacob M. Painter, Wythe, Virginia; Edgar H. Parsons, Tucker, Virginia; John A. Powers, Wilcox, Alabama; Thomas J. Pretlow, Southampton, Virginia; William C. Richardson, Mecklenburg, Virginia; John M. Rushton, Edgehill District, South Carolina; Charles A. Rutledge, Harford, Maryland; Edmund W. Sale, Bedford, Virginia; Melville P. Shelton, Nelson, Virginia; William H. Shepherd, Nelson, Virginia; Milton D. Sizer, Richmond, Virginia; George W. Smith, Madison, Mississippi; John M. Stainback, Brunswick, Virginia; Robert H. Stancell, Northampton. North Car
same effect of Quakers, of New York city, presented by Mr. Lawrence, of New York. Mr. Hartly, of Pennsylvania, seconded by Mr. White, of Virginia, moved the reference of the first petition, which was opposed by Messrs. Stone, of Maryland; Smith, Tucker and Burke, of South Carolina; Baldwin and Jackson, of Georgia, who were in favor of its going to the table. Messrs. Fitzsimmons and Hartly, of Pennsylvania; Parker, Madison and Page, of Virginia; Lawrence, of New York; Sedgwick, of Massachusetts something to do. On the next day, a memorial of the Pennsylvania Society for promoting the abolition of slavery, &c., signed Benjamin Franklin, President, was presented and read. The debate on the memorial of the day before was resumed. Mr. Tucker, of South Carolina, said it contained an unconstitutional request, and feared its commitment would be a very alarming circumstance to the Southern States, for if it was to engage Congress in an unconstitutional measure it would be considered an
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