To unconverted persons great part of the Bible resembles letter written in cypher; the blessed Spirit's office is to sol as God’s decypberer, by letting his people into the secret of cele*. tial experience, tbe key and clue to tliose secret mysteries pgsace, which were before, a
rantE BOARD of HEALTH request that all claims against JL them will be furnished forthwith, their Accounts must lie closed on Thursday, the instant, after which date the Board eannot be accountable. SAMUEL ALEXANDER, Secretary. Londonderry, Ifith January, 1833. :TH WEST OF IRELAN
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/ MR. EAMES, LICENTIATE APOTHECARY, BKGS leave inform liis Friends and tbe Public, that hd lias employed in his Establishment ait Assistant from the Apothecaries* Hall, Dublin—a Gentleman *bo has bad consi. durable experience in his profession. Mr. E. takes this opportunity of s
POLICE ACT, will be open for their inspection at the Mayor’s Office, on Wednesday, the 6lh February next, and remain open for fourteen days from that date. By order, JOHN R. INGRAM, Cle»i. Committee-Room, Jan. 25, 1833.
Fellow.Ciliains of the Senate, an<\ Honse of Repreaentatires—lt gives me pleasure to congratulate upon your return the seat of Government, for the purpose of disclrarging vour duties to the people of the United States. Although the pestilence which had traversed the Old World, h