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Otsego Herald

May 23, 2013

Meteors Strikes

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New Shoemaker

Boot & Shoe-Making. NEW STAND. J. T. Fuller has taken a room one door south of the stand lately occupied by Mr. Newcomb, and directly over the office of Messrs. Jordan & Birdsall, where he will be always ready to wait on those who may wish to be provided with FASHIONABLE BOOTS & SHOES.

Having availed himself of the experience of some of the first [class] workmen in Albany, he flatters himself he shall be able to please such of his customers as are desirous of combining taste with convenience and durability. Any kind of grain will be received in payment, and a reasonable credit given.

Ladies Morocco Shoes and Slippers in the newest style, kept on hand, and made on the shortest notice.

One or two Journeymen, who are good workmen will receive encouragement if application is made soon.

Cooperstown, May 8, 1813.

Embassy to Russia

On Friday the cartel ship Neptune, Capt. Jones, left Philadelphia for St. Petersburg. Messrs. Gallatin and Bayard were to embark at Newcastle on Sunday. That their mission may speedily terminate in a treaty, honorable and advantageous to the United States, must be the wish of every true friend of the country....

COMMENT: The Swiss-born Democratic-Republican Albert Gallatin (1761-1849) served as secretary of the Treasury from 1801-1814, as well as senator (1793-1794) and congressman (1795-1801) from Pennsylvania, and as U.S, Minister to France (1816-1823) and to Great Britain (1826-27). James Bayard (1767-1815), was a Federalist senator (1804-1813) from Delaware. Although Great Britain refused to accept Russia as a mediator, Gallatin and Bayard were key members of the U.S. delegation that negotiated the Peace Treaty of 1814 with Great Britain, at Ghent.

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