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Xorfolk According to the Re
port of the Board of Health, the
total number of Deaths in the Bo
ron ffh of Norfolk for one week
ciuUng on the 30th instant was 12
of these jlce were by malignant
Rioters. Four of the Blacks
concerned in the late Riots at N.
York, in which a gentleman from
Virginia was roughly handled for
vrctumiiH'Xo claim his own slaves,
have been tried and sentenced to
thePcnitentiary and two acquitted.
Ncicbcm, Oct. 23. The Supcbadfcs, and lower part of the tails j
nor Court for this county, his hon- of cattle, sheep, &c. with common
our Judge Donnell, presiding, Tar, is an effectual cure for the
commenced its session on Mon- Distemper in those animals. It
day last. . should be done with a small pad-
On Tuesday, Nathaniel Bacon dle-commencinff when the frost
was arraigned, being charged with breaks up in Spring, and repeated
the murder of Thomas Herrinsr. everv five weeks until frost begins
This homicide occurred in the ac- again. If this prescription be in- Rum,SNew-ng.
cused's preventing the escape of a deed an effectual remedy against Sugar, brown, -
sailor who had , been robbing the that destructive complaint in cat
vessel of which he (Bacon) was tic, it is certainly worth an expe-
iiiuiu, uio sauor naving oeen leit nment.
in his custody. The testimony re-
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citiu iu uiu uiiuiuciur ui me pris-j MARRIED
Price, Cur vent.
Cotton, - t
Tea, Young Hyson,
- Imperial, -Wheat,
per Petersg JV. York.
lb 9h 10 10 11
gal. 75 100
bu'h 75 80 70
lb , 9 10$ 9 11
- ' 17 20 13 16
bbl 550 600 500 525
ton 105 112 $90 100
gal 38 40 30 33
40 45 35 38
lb 8 12$ 7 10
18 25 17 18
100 112 75 100
- 150 16S 110 130
bu'l 80 '85 76 90
gal. 37 40 ' 33 36
Robbery. We understand, that,
on Monday nitjht last, five or six
trunks were stolen from behind the . quitted him.
Northern Stage, about five miles
north of Louisburg, while on its
way to this place. One of the
trunks contained jewelry to a con
siderable amount. Raleigh Star.
ftU1V ffnr, vnnr .-.-i .1 A I
v"iv,i, vu VCIV UUIIlIIlUIlUaiOrV. n (l,;c.n,intv on.nn.cU.rnvonIn,,
xuu jury uy uiiuin ne was tried, 26th ult. by Jesse
Gcoma.-r-Thc Macon Messen
ger states that the Troup party has
bv Jesse C. Knijrht. Esq. Mr.
were absent a short time, and (xc- Henry IF. Garrett to Miss SaraA
quitted him. ISasnett.
On WnfliiRSflnv' V7n,,i In Lincoln jail, on the 5th ult. Ah
o fowtmnn 4r 1 i 9 f red Martin, aged 21 years, to Catha-
North-Carolina Bank Notes.
At Petersburg, 1$ to 2 discount.
At New-York, 4 i discount.
case the jury, at the lastterm, were courtship of half an hour, through the !
unable to render a verdict, was tri- prison grates. ?
ed for the murder of her infant In the city of New-York, on the 24th
child. She was found 'NotGuilUiA- Mr- John Clark, merchant of Rush-!
Scotland JVech liaces
Races over the Scotland Neck
carried the day in the late election, jtric.l on Thursday. From the ehUd. 6 iut
and will have a majority in each; testimony in this case, it appear- been married and most of them now First Dav... The Jockev Club Fur;p
branch of the next Legislature, ed, that the prisoner and Brinson, have large families; the oldest daughter c200, two mile heats.
Wm. Banks, charged with the fc ,R Y' f Iisrs l J'
.,.-,1 . r t a t daughter of the late Col. Giles Jackson, mHE
murder of Jos. S. BnnsOH,vrns of Berkshire, Mass. and his twenty sixth I Co,
In the last, the Clark party pre-.both in a state of inebriety, were was m,arnC(J upwards ot 32 years ago. Second nay.. ..The balance of the
rftfiini'mrt Ti-nm n " 1 1 v snon ume since, me uev. iir. tv
letunung 11 om a muster, each liav-1 rn r- tt u 1
0 . . i- - iliams, of Green River Hollow, 3ged '
: i- -
iulo 'ub wnen a uispuic.a- t0 iMiss po Cane, a-ed 14.
A clergyman, nev. iir. v aniose, a precise account ot wincli whate'er is odd on Hymen' page,
Homej ot :ionigomery coumy, 110110 01 iic persons who gave tes
V.auedG2, married his thousandth timonv, were enabled to furnish.
couple on the 20th ult. One of It was ascertained, however, that
the physicians of the same conn- Banks received two severe blows
ty, now in the prime of life, had on the head, and Brinson a stab
been present at the birth of near- in the side, of which he died the
!y four thousand children! . j following day. The jury brought
Hie watrs in rhvme will twist it;
Whether in courtship, name or age,
The married ones have miss'd it:
But e'en tho witlings make a rout,
And whims severely handle;
When life's poor lumji is going out,
'Tis wise to get a Candle.
a verdict of " Man-slaughter "
On Friday, Jos. Selby was trie
Tn this tnvvn. nn thn 1st instant, at Slin
rise, another sweet promising infant, a
- Jockey Club Purse, $150, two mile
Third Day...... Proprietor's Purse,
3100, one mile heats.
JAMES L. G. BAKER, Sec.
Oct. 30, 1826. 10
A BALL will be furnished on the
evenings of the first and second days of
the Races, by
James JV. Coiten, Proprietor.
John F. A. Sandford, Esq. is
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apjiOUllCil inaiail ngem, in uiu yi iuu),auuuumn;iuu. uliu. geu i k monins anu a lew ua a, diici a Mr-jrrS stolen out of the house of he-
place of Peter Wilson, deceased. short though very sev ere mnejs o. nve ty Subscriber, some time in December
i?::.ir?n:r. u:c: :r doubie cased
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mrA- ini inn rn n l ; rnnini ai lk t hhr nv .i. vviinnmc i .nnnnn vr ziiii-.
Louis, 1050 miles from the Conn- Joshua Dowell, was, pursuant to beamed with health and animation, and the outer case is rather large for the
cil Kinds, upwards of 2500 miles sentence, hunir in that county on his fond parents promised themselves inner case, and much thicker. FIVE
from Washington CitV, in the Very the 'Jtll Ult. We Understand the many dayspi joy wiininciraarung uoy, uuivno rewara win oe given lor
heart of the wilderness. I culprit met his doom with hut lit- V? a rosy check is no mark of a long such information as will lead to the re-
. tl( ifirtifimp nn m:ir!itrtor 1 tho lit-1 . J. 'J . . ... . . J J
' f -
M,- a ?d r vocilrt ot tlm Alnnilfi?! Dfiziifl Ttfith. pniivipfofl nt flip
.,, i tt nf ' ri i Henry McWilliams, whose death was
villages, on the Upper Missouri, a, late term of the superior Court in J . . hif D3Der lhrce shon
instance 01 luu nines ironi ci. luuiuv, ui riimu ms untiu, I weeks i
fvilatA Who thr vvpftt. hahp. winded its
Swindling. The trial of lien- most Jjorror at the approach ' pt fl;rht to i0in the haonv thronjr; there
ry Eckford," Thomas Vermilyen, tlcath; his nerves completely fail- was a cankering ivorm in the bud, and
Joseph G. Swift,' Wm. P. Uath-.inp; him as the period of his exit ere it unfolded its riper years, it was
I r ..1 T T ' . rniir nr.-.i. I.n v.vnnf,w! I,m-n,rrt ...n.rlnir IV lie Cnil IITUI 1TOSI Ol UCUU1.
none, Jiaiinew Lfiivis, ucuin vi
W AFnrl-: Snnncnr. audi to COllV
Tarborough, Oct. 19, 1526. 11
Jacob Barker, for a conspiracy toi
defraud, which has occupied the!
Court of ' Sessions ofN. Y. for
nearly four weeks, has been con-!
eluded, without either an acquit-:
tal or conviction, the Jury being
unable to agree. - The main ob
ject of the trial has been effected,
however, by the complete expos
ure of the chicanery by which
thousands have been gulled and
some ruined, and of which these
and other men of wealth and influ
ence stand convicted before the
public. Fay. Obs.
A publication, respecting the
Greek Frigates built at N. York,
is before us, and will be presented
to our readers next week. It will
he read with indignation. Our
country has been disgraced by a
set of unprincipled rascals, who
under the garb of generous and
disinterested intcntions,have chea
ted aye, cheated the poor Greeks
ot more than Imvc Hundred 1 non
sand Dollars and these arc the
men to whom the President has
I'iven Two Hundred and Thirty
Thousand Dollars for a vessel
built of green white oak timber, &
vhich is utterly worthless.
THE S.ih p.riher liavincr itrn iha
I L-I . " B W4w
s;one: out 01 inc numoer oi nine, sue house next door to Mr. R. L. New-
lias not one lclt to comiort ner.
vax- ho ronpntpfllrrrnvp wnv nipt by the chillinc frost c
r.A .r .j.i.- 1 Thus are all the fond hones of a mother!
nurieu wiin ner cnuui eii iijuy u c mi
At the Superior Court, which
was lately held for the county of
Bladen, present, the Hon. Judge
Norwood, a female slave named
Mass, indicted for killing her mas
ter, the late Mr. Mulford, was tri
ed. The only witness on the part
of the prosecution, was a boy, the
son of the prisoner. His testimo
ny is said to have been very clear,
and Very positive. The jury fpund
the prisoner guilty of murder; and
the Court sentenced her to be hung
pn Friday the 27th inst.
Porter's Settlement. It is said
that a settlement is making at the
isthmus of Tehuantepcc, about
150 miles from Vera Cruz. A
river ascends to it, and it, is 14
leagues across to the Pacific, at
the Bay of Fulema, to which a
good carriage road is lorming.
Com. Porter is considered to be
concerned, and it js called Por
Distemper. A correspondent
of the Richmond Enquirer, states
that rubbing the noses, sides
Happy infants! early blest,
Rest, from mortal troubles rest.
Let mc go from scenes of sorrow,
Scenes of human guilt and wo;
Ere the sun shall rise to-morrow,
Brighter scenes for me shall glow.
Let me go where seraphs kneeling
Veil their faces and adore;
Tasting joy beyond revealing,
Hymning praises evermore. Ccm'rf.
ell, Saddler, in
respectfully informs the citizens hereof
and its vicinity, that he intends carry
ing on the above business.in all its vari
ous branches,' and pledges himself to his
patrons and the public, to be punctual ia
his engagements, and workmanship not
to be surpassed in this Mate.
At the residence ot her brother, Uapt., r-,.,, 4
Solomon Slaiter, in Scotland Neck N.C. te f cutti and nothin hi m
on the l-llh ulumo M, . Mary Whit- sllal be neglecled, to give satisfaction to
those who may think proper to favor him
with their patronage. He deems it un-
mill Slattcr, in the 55th year of her
acre, ui mis iaav u is umy justice 10
say, that in the relation of daughter and necessary say mo0re, only to request
sister, the : affecUon of her conduct wm the puWfc t0 call and examfne for
vvoniiy ui imiiuuiuw, au m juomi n. selves
that she ranxca wiin me mosi amiable.
Although these disDensations of Provi
dence are in their nature peculiarlv af
flictive, yet it should be a mitigation of
the grief of her family to reflect that she
felt the approach of death with a com
posure that could alone haye been deri
ved from the consciousness of a well
spent life; that almost in her last mo
ments she spoke of the scene, through
which she had to pass as painfuh only:
because it was fraught with a severance
of the ties by which she was connected
with those 'slje loved? and as a transition
necessary to communicate to her fitness
for a place at her final home, hi the bo
som of her father and her God. Com.
In Madison county, Alabama, on the
15lh Sept. Mr. Thomas Boddie, late of
Nash county, in this State.
77. L. LANG FORD.
Halifax, N. C. Nov. 1, 1826. 11-3
AS just received a part of her fall
supply of articles in her line com
prising a general assortment of Leghorn
and Straw Bonnets, silk and satin do.
fancy colored Grosde Naples silks do.
silks and satins superb belt ribbons,
ostrich feathers, curls, necklaces, Sic. &c.
She has also received a few elegant PAT
TERN BONNETS, direct from New
York,1' which she considers worthy tho
inspection of the ladies in this vicinity.
Halifax, Nov. 1, 1826.
Printing neatly executed.