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.PIP : Tr-! :IU'-
- m :?3 RALEIGH; JUNE 29,' 1809
7 Pi t: i
.(C. ro L? k Co. JT T
Cass . COIWER-THC Thkee Doli 11 rB
ASXCMj r&VABLX HUI JTXAttr i ABTAVCXw
Advertisement.". , - s -
t 'AT from Ihi'SuWilSer
ik l&h,U of May Kit,
NJ,- fcUow fumed JACK, bt per-
, tupt he mar hw rorta p by
, -CT; tSe nm of EZEK1EL .TV A.TK1KS.
f.- ciyfat or ntne inches kigh, Itu
tout of hi fureectb. &nd it
i'BUch mtfted Vtth the mH-poxi
u is err KniiDie.fmooin im diu-
A centKoot rcwaM will be vim
,x tat Ukuijr up the tiul gra, and Kuriiij jtm in guui io
- w uib nuKngcr mar tv mm again.
' ' ' ' DANI
ible in txr nil an.
' Jton Coun'y, near Sails.?
- t bory, 'Jriiie 18, 18. ,J
, , ' I Sukacriber hanr qualified as Adm'n'itrator of
' 1 the EaUte, Wiethe Will anneied, tf Ale-cabbb
Voaa.at late of Iredell couuty, deceased, hereijr apvea
- notke to all person t having' claims, or demand against
. . the sa'ul B itate that thej exniirit such claims or accounts
. t troperly authenticStei within th time prescribed bj law
y for presenting demands against the Estate of deceased
persona, or they wjll be barred of a recovery, - . .
f i It is the desre of the Heirs '.and Leiralees of the latt
' Alexander Worke, wvj'ft accords with my oti wlsh:
v ;v Notice f " - yy: i
SuVsenber at U last Term of Wake County
ft. Court of PVti and Quarter Srsatoiia, qmdiCed as
AOnkiaistratAr of the estate of Patrkk Conway, 4eof ased,
laU a resident of ihe City of UaWjh. Notice t there
fere giren to thcie indebted to the said deceased, that uir
lest the make immediate payment, itecessity W Jl pom
pel the Administrator te have recourse to measure as
npleasant to himself aa they Will be diagreeaUe to
others.; t wv. , v
Those tiering claims against the laij deceased will
present them properly authenticated within the time i
mited by law, otherwise this notice will be ptesd in bar
of their recovery. - JAME4 HC5DKSOX, Adm'r.
i 23, 1809. J
On Saturday tt JtrH dug next, at the Srstv-lTw
. Ititely scctiitf d by Patrick Ctttmoy, dec. iff Ra1eg
'IITILL commence the sxle, at FubUc Auction, of the
Personal Estate of said deceased, and as the whole,
or nearly so, consists in s well chosen assortment of UK Y
GOOD3, and some valuable KKOCEKIES, it is useless to
attempt to enumerate the different articles, and onlv ob
serve that the sale iniv be Well worth the attention of
those who wish to purchase valuable articles at a reddc
ed price. The sale will continue from ('ay to day until
the whole is sold (Sundays excepted.)
A credit tukil the first'diy of May next will he allowed
tor all sums over Four Dollars, tne porcnasers pviny
lionds with approved security before tne delivery of .he
property. JAMEd IlEXDEUSOS, Adm'r.
May 22, 1809. , .
State of North-Cauolima.
- Edgcombt Junty.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Session May Term, 1809.
Evans and llines, , '. T . .
J that A speedy settlement and distribution o'f the Estate U Th i Heirs of Abraham Combs, dec. S
: ' Z rfSZT, J: pieasen to maxe Tx cge . t0 th.t the personal
Py their'respecuve.debteat soon as po.s.ble: I rfd d . k insttfficient to discharw
-4Z?5?Ztt toSK -a. debu, endon nvaion it appearing that the Uir. of
for the rmimeut of his debts. ' .
It it further Ordered, That e eopy of thisiorder be, pub
lished in the JIaleigh Sjtab torjUtrce weexs successively
Eftraet fi"n the Mnuitt, . . ''
E. HALL, CTk.
talk MAlllMil A eAMn.H4 AV iVA.k J.Vfe. AV.
. 1 ' 7.. ji'Trri raV"!?! - 'r.",:ul".uul "r? " u'1 therefore Order, that unless the heirs of. said
T 7;r,.V?uniJr nouKm do nooear at the next Court, to beheld for the said
' TJ .Vf . tvof Edtrcombc eethe CourUlouse in Tarborout
. s'iV.4V iy.wllm'r the fourth Mondav in August next, to shew cause,
r: , ; "i t ; - P Alex. AVpi'he, dtccfieed. &aX Qf said deceased wiU be
8aiisiury,MayS3;i809.'-v - "
" ' 'VlrTeAS 'I9' vlffe Susajmah Bressle bath deserted
; . 1 v : my bed and board without having anr " cause,
' "tuooewife, by which conductshe hasausc4 me v ri
ence all the horrours of e miserable life 1 am, therciSire,
v . oonrpeueu m tins puouc manner to camion all persons from
k- , poarding, "tradt&g with, or Jredhintfher on my account, as
, s am uqiernuneu noi to pay any oxtjta wcjcq she may con
Granville CotmryiJr.Cr June 14th, 1809.'? 34-3 w.od.
March 23, 1809.
To TBS riOllt or THE UITXB STATES,.
inted and bound For sale ai the Star Office
' Jeweller; & SilveF-Smith, from Europe,
f. Next door1 to-Mr Kobert Cannon'a Store, and nearly op-
1 -vtvtuia tne l-upuctnat ne naa commence" busmess
, X Sot htmxtf in Raleigh, where he solicits patronage.
v. sUaving acquired thorough knowledge of his' business,
tinder the first masters in Europe, and havintr conside rable
, e perience in some of.'th pocipal Work-shops in Ame-1 Xeatly pri
1 r :ca, he is confident in being able to give autisfaction to t ,
.tuosewno may employ-mm.;, for specimens ot ms skilr
'" hr XtUpt to the djicidl,JtiM, and eon,W6rk ,which has
. , U.ca done for two or three years oast !ri Mr. Jehu Scott's
:- sliop in this city, which has been done by C. D.
.As the advertiser Jmatet of the business he pfofesset,
i he deemi it Unnecessary to enumerate thekinds of woik
f . wiutu ue wiu muccu.e. aii uoisjana suver, uioic ano
.-beafet. fufnittre, Ladies ibrnameuu, engraving, hah-
; Notice ' v.
TS herebr riven id all the Creditors of the late JOHN
1 GALBRAITH, of Oranpe county, that the Subscribers
at the last Orange County Court took the AAninjstratwn
upon the Estate of the deceased ; It is therefore request
ed that they will brinir forward their Claims, properly au
1 henticated, within the time Kmited by Law, otherwise
this Notice will be pleail in bar of their recovery. Those
indebted to said Estate must make .remedial payment, as
nn Indntm-nce can he mven.' .
MAT. CUNXlNGHAM,. "
,, ROBERT. DIXON,. , , A.Wmr'i
i. '"' "313.-' '
1 worxoid letters, and every thing appertaining to his
einess will be neatly and ejqiiditiousl executed, and
'' tatoMbU't:nAMs i' ''' f BaMrh, Am 1,' 180 9.
J ,xv N- B- Cash giyenfor old Gold and Silver,
plfpQhtwety to commence drawing t
'0 t- On Monday thf 9th of , October next.
WEVTT- "jTHOUiLVM) IXJLtARS
, t Jtfay be gained lor the'small sum of two and an hjdf dol-1
m v mh ?-;xy TUETUIRD CLASS ,
Uc that body I bxve never een to their de-'
bate that the pinoruy have been abhcu by it ; ,
for notwuhsiaiuling the ipeech, they htve carj
ried the terror of their eloquence to UW tlYroncj
lUelf, and they have, carried t bjf ncaLS of the
4awer to the apeech from tllo throne. On (hat '
occasion m is tbattbe righuul toe minnnty art
unrestrained; it is then that they apeak to ttu
throne in the language fit rtcracn or tht
U juse'of Commons. clectecLby the people, tbo 1
im gularly, constitute the tlcniocrafc and con-
acquenily Ircc part of tne c.ngksh constitution.
( you were to exclude them from the right oi
xprcssina; their, opinion on public measure
thty would say .nh great justice that an -nd-
nt and constitutional right wax withheld Ircin
them.. They would protest against any mea
sures calculated to deprive them of the- right ol
speaking wiih freedom of the measures of tht
ministry and king. . J he course which has been
here pursued, in theory though pleasant to tht
eye, has in practice bt en a course which has foi
tified the Executive magistrate, and built around
him a wall which prevented npproach, through
which die measures of his administration could
not le reviewtd by ?;iy members of this House j
because forsooth, ih'. House might be dispostd
to preba a flattering reply, upon him- but, in
point ot fact that this minority, si strong -ungo
vernable animal might be muzzled. Your Pre
sident was not unwilling to ium the delighted
ear to tne nnuresscs oi citizens assemotea in
meetings, j and at no tinie has he frowned with
severity at that courtly adulation or the L.egtsla-
urea who have sung his own language in his
own cars, lie has thanked them lor their pa
triotism, and republicanism too, in addressing'
1 1 n . - r.i 1 ' - :
mm in tnis wav .,uai 11 tne r.xecuuve magis
trate was, under the good old practice, fluttered
by these addresses in . answer to his speeches, i;
was here to be canvassed whether he was t nu
tted to that incense to he offered up'hy the majo.
rty ; and I rpuch doubt when -the praise o th
majority was mixed up M'ith the dispraised ol
the minority, if the bilter did not prevail ovt t
the sweet. The practice 6f communicatihjr In
message was one I will not say gone into for the
purpose of precluding debate, but the t ficcilia-
been t.at 11 we ever did examine the measures
of administration, we were obliged tp examine
hem piece-rneal. We Could nct.tasce1 them tlf
in one view to make that impression, which is
so proper for keeping in check the Executive
branch of the Rovtrninent. There micht have
been an apology made for the late President o(
the United StaiesTiwhicH, if my late infuftttntion
be correct, could hardly . be nwi'de for the .prer
sent. I understand that in tlrcat-liritain the
king can speak but cannot write. How I think
it very , well there that the ting should have at
least something to do iri public concerns, and in
asmuch as hejcannot writer let rum spe-tk (for
the kWptEngland was never remarkable for
Sre'at natural gUi$) vyliat others' have written for
mm. And if we nave had a President of the
United States who would write but could not
speak, it whs very well to reverse the' usual cr
der ot proceeding under jthis government.-sjj
Whenever, sir, we have-a' President who trcTu
first write his speech ftnd then deliver It to the
House, 1 should like to s5e It, because it would
shew our superiority as a nation rt point of ta
lents. ' I wish to put down' monarchy, sir 1
am a republican, s.f, and wish to shew the men
who win live the slaves of monarchy that they
have nothing to boast of. ' It is therefore with
Jetver ttLehign .Lottery
"'.' The fcapiud nnies .in-ntJ. s7 .;,,'r:' :"i-,,;:'- z:
. . : 2 of " y K10.0t)6 -.v -3 of
?"'., :-r'.kfi9 tnn IK. .
JfOtTSE OF NEPBE&BXTJTirXS,
Thursday, June 1. . -j'?
Mr. Oardenler's Speech op Mis' Randolph's Motion for p.
proving the kte conduct of the President of the. United
States isa very long one. ve nave room oniy to (
his Introductory Remarks :
"! - tban twa half blanks to a prize, the lowest I . M Gardenier said, that having been one
fo d 'm l'ihs who- had looked up to the elevation ol
Tli.'iadebhia:' where itlie brW will he paid bv Ihomas the Dresent Chief Macistrate as one of the most
r Allibtine, tbe.T?sttiy, 30Mays after the conclusion calamitous events tcrtlhis country that could tak
" 01 uie drawmgi subject to a deduction (,t 15 percent 1 l & t maki that atonement which
' This if one of richest Lotteries published here for Pce he rosft, to inaKw tnat atonement wnicn
v many years, nd the moderate price of the tickets places was rahis power for that error. Yes, sir, (said
I ' '....the grand prize ;wiUih theadpfv individual who Mr. Gi) this tree from which I honestly ex-
V ehuseste tecvn anveuWr. whirh he may do for so rected B0 much lad fruit is bearing fruit 61
mll ft aum ill 'rrw--stw( Mtmti iH hnlf fitrm T Is. nJMrt 11
. vorrovtr,i such ai must intertst evry weU-wiahcl- to the gladness and; rejoicing tot; our country
r- tpieniai improvement oi tne si axe
not only willing but -take pleasure in making
ivrueiiTmnoaia.xnainciosnir tnecasn.v:iuoeouivat.i airwni 1 h hn imnnrrnt art nt tn
x jema l0t . 9 prizes 01 lotteries o t5c.ty,naoi ew- r. .;f M , f . vj. c one. WK ch
xorx. as weu as bank notes of Uieciilereiit states, rcceiv-1 e- " " .
1 b. i .'n Pymrnt.- The price of the tickets will advance witS
Quarter . do.-: ? ,; ir 1 63 1-S cents.
1 r a. i ""'J ' iau. tAXLAj it, junior.'
')lT''Jt No. 8SK South Secohdstycet, Philadelphia.
rK.H, Tiic carl. est information will b g-iven to ilifctant
'ftivrhasers.'of the "state of their tickets: 'Those of tlie Se
j A coml Bsptwt Church, Vmvwsalist 'Church, Tennepack
Acucoroy, and meyarci untenrs, also tor sale as aoove.
. - V
while it calU for the confidence of the nation
demands no less the expression of it by this
Houst. Being pf the old school, sir, Iarg not
of course very much frightened at the speech
w-not from the thrones thank God we have
i none, arid I hope we ihall long tc without "any
1 but by the, idea of the terrburs which are cii
ried in he .countenance oy theExetfutive ja-
tristrate. , If he would favour lis tyuTi hii tre
TJf, r.moH, Tikk, dardnt, (SoldstWoufl CcUt, Hi!r 1
Haven, Heitter, Ilojiand, llublard,"R.' Jacen, Jenlirrf,
KAtr&rWkrr,' LinbceFr Ltrmistea, M'Bnuie Mat .
UicWs, MTKire, MJtex, Milner,. Montpnrvevy,- Motley,
.Mumtiird, NK-holson, IVerson, pukie, P. I Portsr. fVr
1er, (juimy, RoM,.8at.Say, fcheCVr, gunley, btodmiin, "'
Su;pensfin, Sjurpw, Tat-tpu,TallnaiJrt,Thpaon"raa - '
cv, llianVjVaa tykc,ai stensaekar,Whea.i.efi: WbiUiun, " "
Wu..-6Z , ;-, .;.f f v' l j.-'- ""I
KAYES. Messrs. t, '.''Aleiim, WV Alston, : Ajerson;
Bard. Basset. Bnyd, R. Rrow.ii E l.-welt, P-ttler,C1hoBt,
Clay, Cobb, Cochran, Crtlrfurov De-dtar Eir , Piadfey;.
Vnnklin, Gannett, ihaort Coodwj-n, Hrlw," fowsrd,
Hufiy, J. G. Jackson, Johnson, .lories, Ktiwn, Kennedy' '
l ylc, Macon. Mirkm,-. M"Kee,- S'. ft. MOorc, T. Moore '
Morrow, Nelson, Newton, 2 Porter, Randorph, Rea, idf Pea.
Ithea, of Ten. Rirhanis, ROane, Root, Sammone, -Sawyer,
Seaver, 8haw, Rmiiie, Gz-PHuthJ. South, 8. S pit to. .
Southard, Sti.,ttn ipe,.Taj'k)r;WC"
Wina.Withertpoonl. ,f ).;. j. - v- A-
The votes being ofBrmative tl, tvt jtatlve CI, the Bpee
ker voted in the negativethe oVs thel being eial the '
question, a, LosT'iThTs is eoucluiy L;Citon of
Use subject ibrtlVjsiov .V4". - -N.-v'-
these views of the subject that I coidd have
been very well satisfied to have seen revived the
goodUpld way of the Executive rnagistrate ol
tne people meeting tne ttepresentatives 01 tne
people lace to lace. I should like to receive a
communication from the Executive, into which
he could throw something of his own soul. On
the othef hand when a message is sent, what
practical good result from the change? I pre
sume to say none at all. The ohlt' principle on
which it could be excused is that the President
could not read it to so august a bodv as this. If
this were the case, it might be excused, but on
pat principle alone. . '
Wcandstlay June, 14.
MIRANPA's EXPEliiTION .
' On motion of Mr. MXim, tlve hoie resume the
consideration tpf.the.pT.'nni8hed bus'iness of ye5tt,rijay
being the fo!loing reshition :
HcaoUetd Thjtf the President of tht U.S. be re
quested to adopt the'moat immediate and efficacious
'S t !
, , ' Friday, Jim 18,
Mr. HandoTph after quoting , the Taw e'stablfehln
the office of Secretary, of the. Trcwwryjo shef '
that it authorised the' vaattdtk .he wa:abouO
make, moved. s, iv,.'
. That during the discussion of .the hill entitled!
' An act snpplementv'y to uir act for the support of.
public credit and the redemption of the .wimple of th
public debt, tho Secretary of the Treasnry . be re
'juired to pvo information to this House touching
the same iu rjerson." .. .- . ' -t y .. j"
The House agreed to consider Iheouonjby'
Yeas and Nays, 62 to 59. . '." .t..:Tl!.3'-is. i
This motion wt opposed by Mesr". Findlrf jstii'
Smiiie on the ground that it had bet lorisettledi .
by pracUce thate corresponcence with; the Head .
of Department should be m wrUinp; as a morefe' ' ' (
Txinsihle mode. If further infarmution Jvae wisnVsl:-."
it could be obtidned in wriung. , If the Secretary e v s
the Treasury were -t6 come to thiHo"usa to takei a Yl V
part in i deliberations, and was to bo ahswere'd irvflr . T-y.
any thin he might say by the members of the) f !. f
House, it would he better at once to make htm a ' -
member of the House as in monut-chical govern .
ments. . : ;v-j , .
F he resolution was niprioTted'by-''. Messrs, Dani ' .
snd Ruik'oIoJv : by the former on "tho rrourtrl that a. a.
the House ouht to kn'ow more on thhtibjefctthar
was officially known, and that theyshouia tykve th
same mformirtion which . appeared to be 'posiesse4.
oy particular mernBers en the subject ot the epenw
ttons of the commissioners of the .sinking f(indviwl
ot the treasury department.
Findleyand Srtulie,H wss
that the constitution sag denied the tktwc
the heads of department members of the House
but not the power now proposed to be eerciscd V Nv
and frdra whoni could the House -with jrreateJ 1 '
proprietydcrive uiformauoh aS to 'the present and tf
past state of the funds of the commissioners of thcV
sinking fund, and as tb Whati were deemed" to' bfci
their resources, than .from the Secretary of thn
Treasury? And in whtit manner could this infer-. ,
mation be more conveniently received thuft by oral
tesumbny i It was not, proposed to enlurge orde-
crease his sphere of actionj ' Indeed, if heljhad .
scat on the floor, the House, would derive ho-slight
benefit ftom his totelligeoafc' ?' As to the mbde qlf
receiving his opinion, "thetSeeretar could, give ,
more information , orally in one hour than Ty ,
ting in five-. The Secretory was Certainly not '
man who need be ashamed to shew his face on tlvft
floor : it was an honour to him to be called on, and
appearing here in person would be ten to him a
saving xt ume and labour.
s ot tne .sinking mnq.rKi ' -
t.. In trplv to'Mjssitft"; ,
sJd by Mr. PvandoIpV A
leniedthe pewer totn-ko ' "i
ja.-- . .
Mr. Randolph's motion wasiTiegatired by yea
and nays as follow ; '.V-'e- J ,;
Y Ai Stessrs. Baylies; . Blsisdell, v Brorkenfidei . ,
Campbell; Chmberhn, - Chsppion', Cliittinden, Xlnv,
Cobb, Dana, Davenpoit, fely, limott, Gold.borouplj, i
Hale, Hubbard, R. Jackson, KaickeJ-brxker, Ltwm, ti.
vermore, Livingstor(Lyon, MatthcsK M'Brydel M'Keea
Moseley, Nicbilscm, Pearson. Pie kman,loter,'Randi)ha - v, .
Sammons, 8. Smith, Stwleyj Stephenson, fewtnpei Toll
madge, Upham, Tan Dyke, Van RciisSelaerWl.
Nays Messrs. I J. Alston; W., Alston; Anderson.
Bacon, Bard, Bassett, Bibb, B.ojcl, J. Bsown,' R. Brown ,
Biurwell, Butler, CalhounCochran, Cox, Crawford, Cnt, ,
Cutts, llawi Desha, Ejipes, FunUy, Pwk, tfrmJuin,
Gannett, Gardner, GIiIkoiI, iotlWyn, Hcister, HlfnAv 4 i
Holland,- HoWftrd, flufty," J. Grjafkson, Jenkins, John ,
son, Jones, Kenan, Kennedy, Love, Lj-ie, Maeon, Mai-ion, ' t
M'Kim; Miller, Milnor, N. 'H. MooreT; MoorerMorrow, ,
Mitmford, Newton, Nicholas, Pitkin, J; Porter, juincy,
Rea, of Pen. Uhea, of Ten. J Uchardst Kinei .Root, Ross, A
SKgo, Sawyer, Sav, 'Seaver, 6!u, Sheffcy, fSmuie,G. ' K
Smith, .1. Smith; Southard Stanford,' Tnegart, Tsylor.
Tliompson, Traey, Tmu?, VanHorh, Wcalch y, VhcatoA, t
Whuchill, Winn, Witbcrspoon H2. ; &
" ' FIVAKCE9. 'fi"l ' " ?
Mr. Dans The"ved,in substorice that the Secret
ry of the Trqasury. he directed to lay befbTeThei
House such lnlbrmadons jjSay be in the Treasury ; 3
Department torching the exercise Or eoastructionvV.
of the authority given tohe tommissiftnersefthe) ' .
means In his power, to obtain the liberation of the T " r ; Zl "Z 7 J,H i .u a V-i "
prisoners, V- to. M factim, that ''VZ 5WCa Ae1 Bwik of , ,
r 'V ' a . . InF-tho I It-itorl tl :ttoa if.iif-t.n1a. juntr lnn or Iotri tni
they were tnvuluntdrtiu drawn Mt the unlaw ul en-1 , . i V V? "i 1 .u 17r .V -
itrfmiickihcy vert ergegeg iuid U.at ' , Inc mlXtt 2 V '
. ' ... . 7 7 . " . I iirmri,r inKl?n. na.lif. .An.Tfril. rill. rAlArinitlt vF
dollars be nppicrlatedlor tlMtt puriiose.
Mr. Dpham moved to strike oilt UiaTwords in Italic
Motion loBt. Ayes 3 J," ""'1 ' ' Jl
' - The stlbiect was debated till five : o'clock-Hi-
Mears.1RoS4 Unhami Xiteraiorc, Fi-iici-Knicker
tb.'ckeriIoland,.Coo'Uehd fckrson, supporting thej
renon, sna iMesHra, iayior, .naiiaoipu, nnea Mia
ifdeOn cpposihg it.
suppdrt of piihfio- credit, afl3forvtiic redemption of
the wholft of the public debfc -WW " .
- m r. liana t motion was aooptcu oy yeaj una nays
65 to 46.' - ' V: ' '" V'
Mr: TJatoa proposed the followir' enndmeht; t
iyitnid'fd, ThM ik motiet shall be nrron-Cflln'vrra''1
r . . ... 1: i ... ;..'. :: i. . '-. . . . .i
rue tnis acx until at ieastc .;niinsprevK?r.
public 'IfiodcaDf tmch
-WAP,. -. ., . '. .