Photograph of pages out of old book "The Advertiser", General Petroleum Co., Southern California, 1931. "54; [ilg]y [ilg]at [ilg]nce [ilg]ca- [ilg]with [ilg] bag- [ilg] victo-[ilg] [ilg]s gen-[ilg] [ilg]f keep- [ilg]undred [ilg] of the [ilg] destruct-, [ilg]orce and [ilg]rties, and [ilg] we have [ilg] hounourable [ilg]ws engaged, [ilg]e the com-[ilg], Advertiser. Governor. [ilg] Brigadier Gen- [ilg] vision, P. Mili- [ilg] Philadelphia on [ilg] command of the [ilg]nnet-square. Lake Champlain, [ilg]lled, 110 wounded, [ilg] killed, and 63 woun-[ilg] [ilg]ble, and Stansbury [ilg] British Commodore [ilg] the first broadside. [ilg]r from Maj. Gen. S. [ilg]ing Secretary of War. [ilg] Baltimore, 15th Sept. 1814. [ilg] pleasure to inform you [ilg]ny embarked their read [ilg] o'clock, and that their [ilg]xcepted, are out of the riv[ilg] [ilg]ination unknown.' Niagara and Charlotte, the [ilg]ady Prevost and two others. [ilg] known, have arrived at Buf-[ilg] troops. --More were excepted [ilg]ame quarter. [ilg]urlington Centinel of Sept. 15. [ilg] On the evening of the night in which the British command [ilg] treat from Plattsburgh. a British [ilg] sent for a son of Gen. Mooers, [ilg]mained to protect his father's [ilg] the neighborhood of the British [ilg] and informed him, that Sir Gen[ilg] [ilg]vost had received intelligence [ilg] on that day at noon, by the way of [ilg] that preliminaries of peace [ilg] Great Britain and America, [ilg]ed in Europe.', The Mail., Albany, Sept, 2[ilg] Our letters from Sackett's H[ilg], to the 20th--Com. Chauncey [ilg] fleet came into the harbor on the [ilg] It was conjectured his object was [ilg] troops on board, and to convoy the [ilg]dition intended for the head of [ilg] which was hourly expected to wa[ilg]. Our opinion is, that the combin[ilg] of the Commodore Chauncey and [ilg] Izard, left Sackett's Harbor, on [ilg] the 20th inst. for an attack upon [ilg]ton. N.Y., The National Intelligeneer, [ilg] day, says, 'The latest information [ilg] the Bay indicates, that all the [ilg] vessels in our rivers have [ilg] them, and appear to be going do[ilg] bay.' We understand a late letter [ilg] received by this government from [ilg] Admiral Cochrane, stating, that [ilg] no authority to enter upon any [ilg] discussion relative to the points [ilg]ed in Mr. Monroe's to him of [ilg] (already published) : that there [ilg] appear to be any hope that he [ilg] authorised to recal his general [ilg] referred to ini his letter to Mr. M[ilg] the 18th of August, also published [ilg] that, until he receives instruction [ilg] his government, the measures [ilg] by him will be persisted in, unless [ilg]eration be made to the inhabitants [ilg] Canadas, &c. &c. We learn that information [ilg] Nashville by Express on the [ilg] that the enemy had landed a [ilg] troops, said to consist of 6000 [ilg] Pensacola, in East Florida. National Intellig[ilg]; The Advertiser. (Vol. 2.) (No. 65.), Wilkesbarre, Friday Evening, Octo. 7, 1814., Rum. Good old West India Rum & Gin, by the hhd. or barrel, and 10,000 Spanish Segars, For Sale, Cheap as the times will admit. A short credit will be given if required. -Also- A few tickets in the 2d class of the Wilkesbarre Lottery, now drawing in the Philadelphia. Peleg Tract. Wilkesbarre, Oct. 6, 1814. wtf-65. Stray. Came and broke into the enclosure of the Subscriber about the first of August past, a small bay horse Colt.--The owner requested to prove his property, pay charges and keep it away. Zeb. Butler. Wilkesbarre. Sept. 30. 64, Justices Blanks, For sale at the Visiter Office. Baker's General Intelligence Office, No. 3, Franklin Court, Market-Street, between Third & Fourth Streets, Philadelphia: Buys and Sells, White and black boys and girls, men and women servants. Binds, White and black children, servants and apprentices. Procures, All descriptions of hired people, and for all branches of business, for the city or country. Foreign Bank Notes discounted very low. Tickets, In all the Lotteries, for sale. Commission Business Transacted. All orders postage paid promply attended to. Nov. 20, 1923, 23, Terms of the Analectic Magazine, edited by Washington Irving, Esq. The work is published in monthly numbers, containing 88 pages each--it makes two handsome volumes a year, each of which is embellished with an elegantly engraved vignette title page, and several portraits. Price five dollars per annum, payable on the delivery of the sixth number, or first volume, in each year. No subscription taken for less than a year, and to begin and end with the same year." -- on book pages.