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Tarborough, Edgecombe County, X. C. Saturday, February 10, 1827.
Vol ULXo. 25.
THE "FREE PRESS,"
?: Geo. Howard,
Is published weekly, (every Saturday,) at
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bers,) i pid within one month after Sub
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25 cents each continuance. Longer ones at
that rate for every 16 lines.
Letters addressed to the Editor must be
iJJames Simmons, Esq. postmaster at
Halifax, is our general agent for that vicinity.
Brs Boy kin & Parker,
UA ING entered into Co-partner-cliitt
boo livivr n i n fr m m t lin itl
ens of Edgecombe, that they are prepa
red to enter into the practice of the va
rious branches of their professional du
ties, (viz.) Miawi fori, Surgery, and
the Practice cf Medicine. Orders left
at their residences or at their shop, will
be promptly attended.
They also inform the Public, that
they have furnished themselves with a
fresh and plentiful supply of Medicines,
and intend keeping on hand a like sup
ply, which they will sell at wholesale or
retail, upon as low terms as they can be
purchased in any part of the State.
Tarboro', January, 1827. ?l-5
VITAS stolen out of the house of the
" Subscriber, some time in December
hst, a double cased
Made by J. Williams, London, No. 4015
the outer case is rather larsre for the
DOLLARS reward will be given for
such information as will lead to the re
covery of it by
Tar borough, Oct. 19, 1S2G. l
rnorosALs ?or publishing
.1 Semi-Weekly Paper,
. it the Office of the Star and North
Carolina Stale Gazette.
npHE object of the Editors in publish--
ing a semi-weekly paper, must at
once arrest the attention of a discerning
public. The prosperity of our happy
country; and the maintenance, in their
original purity, of our civil and religious
institutions, are not secondary consider
ations with any truly republican Ameri
can citizen. As these are based on the
public will and regulated by the public
twice, "that will and that voice to be
righteous must be enlightened"
The rapid advancement of this country
in every branch of national prosperity
in the increase of her population, the ex
tension of her commerce, the improve
ment of her system of agriculture, and
the cultivation of the arts and sciences, is
the source of proud exultation to every
American bosom. But the North-Carolinian
must go farther; the improvement
of his own State, her rising importance
in the national scale, is a subject of just
congratulation, and calls upon her sons
to redouble their exertions to advance
her prosperity and happiness. The Ed
itors believe that to attain these desira
ble objects nothing can contribute in a
greater degree than the frequent and ex
tensive circulation of a mrnU conducted
newspaper; for, although our academies
and colleges afford ample means of ac
quiring a competent knowledge of the
first principles of education; yet pone
will pretend to deny that it is from news
papers alone that information relative to
passing events, is to be obtained. As
the world grows older, events multiply
upon us; and thev have already arcumu-
election, I shall with frankness
rgMIE Subscriber has about 500 bar- give you the opinion of the best
rels of CORX, for sale low for informed persons with whom I
He also continues to keep a ge-; have conversed on this siihW to.
gcther with my own observations.
neral supply of Prizes, in the different
J. IS. SIMMONS,
It is now evident that the friends
No. 9S, corner of King Shop si reel,
iof Win. H. Crawford have deter
Halifax, 16th Jan. 1S27. 22 mined to accede to the elevation
of Gen. Jackson to the presiden-
Xolice. tial chair; and that they unite in
QN the third Monday in February ! support of his pretensions. This
next, at the Court-House in Halifax lis overtly settled in the nominn-
Town, I shall proceed to sell, by an or- tion of Gen. Jnr.ksnn hv ftho mom
, , , - " f " . IUV 11IV ill
v. v.. vl WVUllj
Iters of the legislature of the State
10 or lUikety YOUNG NEGROES, of Georiri.. hv n vnirn nf 1 (V) tn Q-
Consisting of Boys, Girls Women anl!by asimiar unailimitV of nomil.a-
Dempsey Pittman, dee'd. Terms are,
JAMES J. PITT MAN, Ex'r,
of I). Pitt man, dee'd.
Jan. 15th, 1827. 23
THIS Celebrated Race
Horse, got by Timoleon,
out of the equally Cele
brated Race Mare Ariad
ne, by Citizen, will stand at my Stable
the ensuing Season. Owing to the pres
sure of the times, he will be let to mares
on accommodating terms. Further par
ticulars will be made known in due time.
Warrenton, Jan. 5, 1827. 23-3 "
and much thicker. FIVrKlated to sucii an extent as to render
LL those indebted to the Subscriber,
impracticable to eiye even a summary of!
al thai is interesting in a weekly paper.
In order, therefore, to facilitate the
promulgation of useful knowledge, the
Editors have determined, should it meet
public approbation, to commence, as ear
ly as practicable, the publication of a
paper twice a week; and as all the pa
pers in this Stale, wit!) the exception of
I to he
mediately, and have tbeir accounts clos
ed by note or otherwise. Those whose
accounts are of more than one year's
standi tig, are desired to call before the
first oi February next, or they will find
their accounts in the hand of an officer,
as lunger indulgence cannot be given.
Halifax. Jan 3.
are earnestly requested to call im-, one only, ar pi inted but once a week,
tncy calculate, with some degree of cer
tainty, on success.
The advantages to be derived from
such a publication will readily be estim
ated by our enlightened and discerning
fellow-citizens. U will-be the means of
giving earlier intelligence of every im
portant circumstance, foreign and domes
tic; of presenting a more general view
f things at home and things abroad; of
enabling us to devote more of onr paper
to the interests of the farmer; of giving
a more detailed and satisfactory account
of our legislative and congressional pro
ceedings; and, in short, of publishing a
greater variety of matter, thereby afford
ing our columns the advantage of suiting
the taste of every class of readers.
The attention of the citizens of the
State, and our old friends and patrons
particularly, is respectfully invited to
this subject. Our project must stand or
fall on the extension or withholding of
The scmi-wcckly Stur he issued as
soon as the subscription list will justify it, and
be published every Tuesday and Friday, at
five dollars per annum.
Advertisements will be inserted on the
same terms as in the weekly paper.
There will be no alteration in the weekly
paper, except the contemplated eniargment
It will continue, as usual, to be published
once a week, at three dollars per annum.
JvThose of our old subscribers who may
prefer the semi-weekly paper, will please to
advise us of it as soon as possible.
A. J. LAWRENCE,
THOS. J. LEMAY.
Raleigh, Ian. 13, ip:
Cabinet making, Turning, (Jc.
rpiIH Subscriber having erected a
complete workshop for the above
business in all its various branches, re
spectfully informs his friends and the
public in general, that he is now prepa
red to execute any work in his line that
he may receive orders for, viz:
Sideboards, China presses y secreta
ries, book-cases, bureaus, tables,
wash-stands, candle-stands, gentle
men 's and ladies' wardrobes, ladies'
and gentlemen's cabinets, cylinder
fall desks, portable and common do.
and bedsteads of all descriptions.
i'he work in general will be well execu
ted, and of good materials.
Will be carried on in all ils branches,
viz: Wood, iron, brass, ivory, $c.
Carpenters who may want, turning done,
i he accommodated, with the turning
(Ji columns, newel posts, ballcslers,
drops, corner blocks, rosettes, &.c.
The above work will be executed as
oheap as the times will admit of, and in
short time as it can be done.
LEWIS LAYS SARD.
MOSES, NAT 4- HARRIS.
FIFTY DOLLARS Reward
SFfur Moses, TWENTY-FIVE
lHHI J 1.(11.11 IUI ilill illlW IMHI.
Said negroes ran away about the
15th instant, and are supposed
'uikinjr in Orconiechv Neck.
Moses has a wife at Win. Long's plan
tation in Northampton county, four or
five miles from Halifax town. I am
somewhat of opinion that they have gone
to Southampton county, Va. they have
some near relations belonging to the Mr.
Ricks', in Southampton. I am confident
that Moses enticed Nat and Harris off.
Moses is about 27 years old, 5 feet 6 or
7 inches high Nat is 21 years olJ, and
Harris 17 years old all of them near
one height and one weight, that is. about
140 or 150. They are brothers, and of
a bright complexion for
mark that I can recollect.
Halifax county, Jan. 27, 1S27.
tion by the Legislature of the
state of South-Carolina, 135 to 2,
(the friends of Jackson, Calhoun,
and Crawford having united in
this act.) and by the manifesting
itself through the nation. To the
friends of Jackson and of Craw
ford, those of J. C. Calhoun are
added: and the union forms such
a force of numbers, talent and in
fluence that it would seem impro
bable that this can be effectively
met by Mr. Adams, Mr. Clay and
their friends, aided by their united
experience, ability, patronage and
official advantages, great as they
are. The states of North-Carolina
and Virginia have not yet made
a direct embodied avowal of their
intention, but their final course
does not seem at all questionable.
Premising these reflections and
refering to the best information, it
seems safe to state that should
Gen. Jhckson be living and in
health at the next election, by elec
tors he will receive the entire vote
of the following nine states:
Signs of the 'Times. Extract
of a letter from one of the most
distinguished men in North-Carolina,
dated Raleigh, N. C. Jan.
"Of late there has been a good
deal of conversation on the Presi
dential question. The opposition
to the Administration is great.
The Administration will have no
charm in the State, if they should
be able even to get up a ticket;
at least from
. . .
our course is, "tliat we arc against
the administration, and if there be
no other candidate but Jackson,
we are for him." Richmond Enq.
Extract of a letter to a gentle
man at Harrisburg, Pa. dated City
of Washington, Jan. 9, 1827:
In compliance with your desire
for information on the probable
And that Mr. Adams under like
circumstances, will receive the en
tire vote of the following 8 states:
Maine, - 9
Massachusetts, - 15
Connecticut, - 8
Vermont, - 7
Rhode-Island, - 4
New-Jersey, - 8
Ohio, - 10
Kentucky, - 9
Maryland, - - 7
New-York, - 1G
The following States are assert
ed to be decidedly favorable to
Jackson, but may be doubtful:
Delaware, - 3
Louisiana, - f;
Indiana, - .r
Halifax. Si pt
result of the next Presidential'