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Iflcm-liocf?, Lcndcc, March G, 175c.
TTT HERE AS, upon a roifconftruc
y V tin of' the ordci of council, of.
e 3d of April 179, far regulating the
ad e with the United States of America,
ahogany and' other articles, nt the
rwlh or produce if the territories he
dging to the faid ftates, hare been im
rted into this kingdom, bcth in Britiflx
t A American (hips :
j NOTICE is hereby given toall per
f jns concerned, that under the faid order,
the feveral artitles enumerated therein,
being the growth or production of the
territories belonging to the United States
)f America, andnoother,"canbebrought
ind imported into this kingdom front
th countries belonging t the faid Uni
ted State?, either in Britifh or American
By order ot tne commiuioners,
JOHN GALE, Secretary.
THE Public is hereby informed, ta
agreeable to law, we the fubferi
beri are appointed infpeclors of beef
pork, flour and butter, for the twn of
Fayetuville : Allperfois offering for
fale in this town any of faid articles, muft
have them put up as follows, viz. Beef
or pork in good 32 gallon white oak
bairels, hooped with twelve good hoops,
the heads doweled, and 3-4 of an inch
thick, and the Haves half an inch thick,
fufficiently tight to fecure the pickle,
amd to contain 2 2olb. f clean, well cured
beef or pork. Flour to be put in good
fufficient barrels, fit for exportation,
with eight good hoops, and to contain
1961b. of good merchantable flour ; the
length othe ftaves ought to be twenty
feven inches; and . the diameter of the
head feventten inches. . Butter to be
put in rood, tight firkins, kthat will hold
IN vrftir.cej efan Ti efACVUy,
pafied at Fare iter tile, Beccrrler
1789: Will be fold, on the fit ft Monday
f November next at the court-ho;cfe in
Elifabeth Town. , A houfe and lot in
faid town, being No. 1 13 ; with all the
appurtenances thereer.to belonging :
Alfb five hundred acres of lard, fi mated
on Black River, d a trscTcf land on
Black-Kiverf kpown by the name cf
Shaw's tld Field ; the vhole in Bladen
county, and Heing of the e&atc cf the late;
Jams White , efquire, deceased. Six
months credit will be given the purcha
fer, giving bond with approved fecrrity.
Bladen Auguft 10, 1790,
INFORMATION IV AN J ED.
ft F F.ANCisT.UAv,anati
1JL who came to America
th: arm? commanded by
taiiig i Georgia, or fom
ern States, will appl
d'Gamble, at New-Orl
be informed of a confider?bIe fumof mo
ney which he may command for his fer
viceiinthe aimy, for his penfion, and
bravery in the ferviGe of his moft chrif
itian maj-'fty. The laft accounts I had
of him was, that he lived ioxRichnond,
jVirgirtia, amd carried.-
I i PHtLL?
j Georgia June 179b
i The printers of the
Iwilloe pid by Francis Boioroun, for
. - . . . . .
I mierting the above adyer uement, oy
I fer.din their accounts to him, Charlef J
I ton, K 19, Queen-t?reet, near the old
battery, next door to the goveraor's.
f : 54-
A R-E-Vi'"' 1 11 this office for a
JL- vroneSPFniing by Francis
Xiier Martin, aTMsewbern, entitled,
" The Office 0ff:hrit f a JuJIice oft
the Peace, antiaijo o' Sheriff, Cersnert
Cnf:ehles fV according t the laws of
Nirh-CtTolina, crv'tlred from different
authorities ; ut ehieAy frora a work of
thi' tint?, pu'blifhed in 1774, hJ J2mc
lis, eifluire. It will eoniain from 4
to : f o pesjneadyJipjEjTdand lettered ;
p; ice 2 510 paW oCTnbTartDing ; a lift of
1 u r.l- .ill be bound in the bok.
A IpscLmta oi the woik may bf ftcn.
Fayetteville, Sept. io, 1790.
j: WjA N T E Df -
AS an Apprentice to the Sadler
bnilnefVja Lad about 14 years of
age, who has had fome fchooliag, and
of reputable connections. None need
applvvthat cannot be Well recommend-
THOMAS C MURPHY.
STRAYED or ftolen frtm the fub
fcriber, about the 7 th ult. a y e ll 6 w
bat HOR.S E, about ten years old,
branded om the mounting fhulder,
C D was fliod all rouudabout 13 i-
hauds high, his back has beea galled
with the faddle, low in fleflb, fome white
in the face, a natural trotter, pretty well
made. Any perfon that will return faid
hrfe, or give information fo that he may
be had fhall be generoufly-rewarded.
' Sept. 10 1790. I
ON Friday, the tliird inftant, I deli
vered a letter to Mr. Jonathan
Tomkins, of Wilmington, direeled to
Mr,J Elakeley in which was enclofed
feventeen pounds; alio ome other letter,
directed to-Mr. Willim Milne, at Mr.
M'Naughton's, Wilmington, containing
twelve pounds paper currency of this
ftae fince which I am advifed by letter
frm lr. Tomkins, lhat he fkppofes, he
lott faid letters on the road frm this
place to Wilmington, between-Mr. Mil
ler's and Mr.. Gautier's. Any perfom
fiuding faid letters, arid delivering them
rto me, or leaving them with fome repu
table perfon mn the North Weft River,
fo that I get them again, (hall have one
half their contents as a reward.
teurJvsSfi. fi J 790. 3 53-!
1 i ' '
THE fubferiber informs the public,
t&it he has eftablifhed a COPPER
and TIN WARE MANUFACTORY,
in this town ; where may be had
STILLS if all fizes. Alfo All kinds
of COPPER and TINWARE whick
he will difpofe) of on reafonable terms
for cafk or produce.
Old Stills repaired om the flterteft d .
. . i .
Cafk given far ld Copper, Brais
and Pewter. 1 I '
Fayet?evile,May $. 1; t,f.
if.. j -
STRAYED or STOLEN,
FROM tht fubfei ibers, about the 26 th
ult. a cmessit soiRiiL HORSE,
8 years ld, about 4 feet 10 inche ! high,
braadtd on the mountiriflioulder and
buttock, F, crcrtfed in the middle, fe as
torefemble am F and an I tn the faste
letter; bolhhis hind feet white, and has
a film over hiioff eye his back is
marked isith the laddie. If ftolen a re-'
ward of wety pounds will be git en for
horfc and thief, or ten pounds for the
horfe only ; o if lratd a reaibnabler
reward and .charges paid. '!
B A CHOP P ATTERSON.
Fay cue ville, Sept. 1 1 1 790. f y :