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Free press. (Halifax, N.C.) 1824-1830, April 18, 1828, Image 1

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A. ' Wfff'ijflllji tfa':'(l5f,,'Nto fflSiniMMXMVMnBMVMiitA Whole No. 191. TrWo2ec0mZ;e Cdnnhj,N. C. Friday, April 18, i 828. PbL Zr. JVo. 35. 1 c J c i Stoi THE "FREE PRESS," By Geo. Howard, Is puMished weekly, (every Friday,) at vtM DOLLJRS ner vear. for 52 "num- v ,ers ) if paid within one month after Sub- 'f-vo Dollars b Fifty Cents, if paid within s;x months and Three Dollars at the expi ration of the year. Subscribers at liberty to continue at any time on paying arrears. Xe& Subscribers residing at a distance must invariably pay in ad vance, or give a respon sible reference in this vicinity. No subscrip tion discontinued unless a notification to that effect is given. Advertisements not exceeding 16 lines will be inserted at 50 cents the first insertion, and 25 cents each continuance. Longer ones at that rate for every 16 tines. Letters addressed to the Editor must be postpaid- ) the Runaways! RAN OFF from Beaufort, North-Carolina, where they were employed on the Fortifi cations at that place, Seven Negro Fellows, To wit: MILLIARD, HENRY, LEW IS ANTHONY, ROY, ISAAC, and FRANK. The three first-named Ne groes were apprehended at Hicks' Ford, Greensville county, Va. Anthony and Roy were at the time in company with ihose apprehended, but effected their es cape. Frank was left by the party some 20 or 30 miles beyond Halifax, N. C. tad Isaac some 5 or 10 miles on this side of Halifax', botli complaining of sickness and unable to liavel. Frank is a small black fellow, and about 22 years of age Isaac is a stout young fellow, about 21 years of age, complexion rather yel low?? is a slender black fellow, a boat 20 years of ae and Anthony is a stout built black fellow, about 23 years of ae no particular marks recollewted. The above Negroes were making their Tay to Norfolk for the purpose of join ing mc. A liberal REWARD will be given tor the apprehension of Frank, Isaac, Hoy and Anthony and should they be delivered to Mr. Niblo of Petersburg, he will pay for their apprehension and all necessary expenses. J. P. TAYLOR, Capt. 3d lies' t Art. stationed at Old Point Comfort j near Norfolk. Nov. 9, 1827. 13 THE CELEBRATED HORSE General Marion, WILL STAND the present Season at my Sta ble, half a mile from Ha lifax tow let to mares at TEN DOLLARS, Cash, the single leap- TWENTY Dollars the season, payable at the expiration of the season and THIRTY Dollars to in sure the mare to be in foal, to be paid as soon as the mare is ascertained to be in foal with Fifty Cents to the Groom in every instance. The season will commence the 1st day of March next, and end on the 10th of July. Particu lar attention will be paid to mares sent to remain with the horse; separate lots are provided for mares with young colts, and they will be fed if required at twenty-five cents per day. Every attention will be paid to prevent accidents or es capes, but no liability for either. General Ration, Is a beautiful dark bay, black mane and legs, full 5 feet 2 inches high, now eight years old, in good order, &c. He was got by old Sir Archie his dam by Citizen, his grandam by Alderman, his g. grandam by Roebuck, his g. g. g. dam by Herod, his g. g. g. g. dam by Partner, &c. GEN'L MARION was run at Lawrcnceville against Sir Henry, and won the Jockey Club with ease; he travelled to New-Market, and there won the Jockey Club, beating Bct sey Richards and others. LRM. LONG. Feb. 19, 182S. 27 i!7The Raleigh Star, Warrcnton Repor ter, and Washington Herald will please give ! the above three insertions, and forward their ; accounts to the Postmaster at Halifax. Jusl received and for Side, Dr. Chambers' CELEBRATED REMEDY FOR 3Jn temperance, Accompanied with a volume of evidence 'Jflicient to insure the confidence of the ftost incredulous, of the happy and al most universal, cure of habitual intem Prarice and its beneficial effects in in y,Soratinsj &. restoring the Constitution. ALSO, Dr. Swaim's Panacea, justly celebrated for the cure of scro ti or kingVevil, ulcers, rheumatism, yphilitic, mercurial, and liver corn Points, and most diseases arising in de pilated constitutions, or from an im pure state of blood, &c. &c. This medi ae is also accompanied with a volume ; evidence of its happy effects in resto-'r- perfect health thousands that had ;leti all other remedies, and given up in pnr. The Subscribers having be me agents for the original inventors "iKi proprietors of those vr.lnahlp. medi- Jncs, now offer them pure and genuine the Public, assuring them that a con.- aiu supply equal to the demand, will e res;ulariy kept on hand at their store 111 1 borough. T R. S. D. COTTEN. 'anuary 24, 1828. The thorough-bred and celebrated RACE HOUSE, SIUWANEE, WILL STAND the ensu ing season at my stable, in lU( rnnritv nf Il:ilif:iv. Nnrth- Carolina, seven mues iruiu the town of Halifax, five from Enfield Court-house, and three from CrowelPs Cross-roads, and will be let to mares at TEN DOLLARS the single leap, paya ble at the time the mare is covered; TWENTY 'Dollars the season, payable at the expiration of the season; and THIRTY Dollars to insure a mare to be in foal, payable as soon as the marc is ascertained to be in foal; with Fifty Cents to the Groom in every instance. The season to commence on the 1st day of March, and end the 20th day of July. Particular attention will be paid to mares sent to remain with the horse, and can be fed if required with corn and fodder at twenty cents per day. Good and extensive pasturage gratis. Sepa rate fields of small grain are sown for mare with young colts. Every atten tion will be paid to prevent accidents or escapes, but will not be liable for either. Cheap for Cash!! QORN, Fodder, Bacon, Tar, Lime, Castor Oil, Gentlemen's best Fur Hats and Caps, Mackarel, (in whole and half barrels,) Flour, lst'and2d quality. ALSO, some superior Seuppernong Wine together with many other arti cles, which will be sold very low for Cash only, by JOS. L. SIMMONS. Halifax, N.C. March 10, 1828. jtpl would take this opportunity of saying to the public, that my intention is to do a GENERAL Commission Business: Therefore, persons who may favor me with any article on consignment, may rely on the strictest attention and punc tuality. J. L. S. vust Smle T Y virtue of a Deed of Trust execu ted to the Subscriber, by James Grant, for purposes therein specified, and bearing date the 7th day of June, 1827: Will be sold at the house of Thomas Buslin, on Rocky Swamp, in Halifax County and Stale of North-Carolina, on the 20th day of April next, A Tract of Land, Known by the Varham Tract, Formerly the property of said Bustin. Terms, one-third cash, the balance in two annual instalments. ELI B. Will TAKER. 05th March, 182S. 33-4 IS A BEAUTIFUL CHESNUT SORREL, five feet one inch and a half high, ten years old this spring. PFAJIGREE. SHAWANEE was got by the cele brated horse Tecumseh, he by Archie out of .Thomas B. Hill's imported mare. His dam by old Citizen, his grandam by Alderman, his g. grandam by Roebuck, his g. g. grandam by Herod, his g. g. g. orandam by Partner, &c. & JOHN CROWELL. Feb. 25, 1S28. 28 :17The Washington Herald, Warrenton Reporter, and Raleigh Star will please give the above four insertions, and forward their accounts to the Postmaster at Halifax for collection. PERFECTION, WILL STAND at my slable at Mount Prospect this 2zsX season, and win be let lo mares at the moderate price of SIX DOLLARS the season, which may be discharged by the payment of Five Dol lars, if paid within the season THREE Dollars by the leap, (the money to be paid down for the leap and TEN Dol lars to insure, the insurance money lo be paid as soon as it is ascertained that the marc is in foal and Twenty-five Cents to the Groom in all cases. perfection, IS A BEAUTIFUL ROAN, Now in his prime he is about sixteen hands hisjn, and would vie with any horse in the State for form and muscu lar strength; he is of good blood and descended from an excellent stock of horses; he has proved himself to be a very sure foal getter, and his colts are likely, where they have had a chance and come out of mares of any account. EXUM LEWIS. March, 1S2S. 30 Notice. riOMMITTED to the Jail of Edge- combe county, N. C. on the lGth of November, 1827, a negro fellow, who says his name is HENRY, that he is the property of Mr. James Okrey or Akrey, and that he was purchased by Mr. Okrey from Mr. Amos Rawls, of Nansemond county, Va. Henry is a bout 30 years of age, 5 feet 9 or 10 in ches in height, spare built, no marks perceivable. The owner is requested to come forward, prove his property, pay charges and take him away, or he will be dealt with as the law directs. FRED. BELL, Jailor. Nov. 1S27. 15 $7"The Raleigh Star will please insert the above until otherwise directed, and for- , ward the account to this t office for collec-j don. I Dissolution THE Co-partnership formerly exist- 111 UliUll lilC III XII UI EVANS, ANDREWS CO. Was dissolved on the 15th ulto. by mil tualconsent. All those indebted to said firm, are requested to make payment to WILLIAM J. AJNDK-UWS, (one of the partners of said firm.) who is fullv authorised to receive payment, and give discharges as usual, and to transact and control the business of said concern, un til finally settled. PETER EVANS, WILL. J. ANDREWS. Sparta, 8 Mar. 182S. 34-5 Notice T WILL SELL,. LEASE, or RENT, my Lot and houses at Enfield. The stand for a Store is equal to any country stand in the State.. ..and not inferior to many country stands for a house of en tertainment. The building consists of a convenient two story dwelling-house, well-finished, with four fire-places, store-bouse ware house, gin-house (and gin,) and other out-houses.. ..possession given immedi ately.. ..terms accommodating. J. H. SIMMONS. 6th Feb. 1828. 25 $10 Reward. RAN A WAY, on Monday night last, from Mr. James Hat ton, his negro SILAS, About 28 years old, 5 feet 10 or 11 in ches high, spare made, very black comr plexion, and is apt to stutter a little in speaking no particular marks recol lected. Silas is expected to be lurking about Deep Creek, in Edgecombe coun ty, where he was raised. The above reward will be given Cor the apprehen sion and delivery of said fellow to the Subscriber, or if secured in any jail so that I can get him. JOHN EDMONDSON, Agent for James Nation. Tarboro', March 26, 1828. 32 Notice. QTRAYED from the Subscriber's Sta- ble in Scotland Neck, near David Clark's, on the 3d March, a large Chesnut Sorrel Horse, Having a white spot in his forehead, with the letter R branded on his left shoulder, bad hipshot in the left hip, and both hind feet while. Any person that will stop said horse and deliver him to me shall receive a reward of Five Dot lars....or in proportion, if secured so that I get him again. WM. L. HUNT. April 7, 1S28. 34 Information Wanted. rjEORGE BUSBY, who resided somo time in the interior of North or South Carolina, and afterwards in the South-eastern part of the United States, where he was concerned in the Editor ship of a newspaper, but of whom his friends have not heard for the last five years, is informed that he may hear of something to his advantage by commu nicating with his brother C. A. Busby, at Brighton in England, or with Julian Busby, Esq. at his Chambers in Crown i tr r fT 1 T 1 umce uow, lempie, ionaon. or ny di recting a letter, post paid, to the office of the New-York Evening Post. Any in formation concerning the said George Busby, communicated as above would confer a favor on the writer of this, April, 182S.

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