ThcfariiousGrift and Flax fired-
I L L,
atp:cfe:itpc;eiTcdy Mr. John Eccles.
Iur hundred acres cf land on the
wc fcde of Cape-Fear river, ;:bout five
r.i cs from Fijeuciiilo, xrhtie ElUs
One hundred anJ'fiftr res. a -j iniog
tie fame cn the eft i.d, aid 70 and an
ialt'cn the eafl fid cf the ritr.
One hundred and four arret cn the
eafl Tide ofihe river,near Mis. Tommy's,
for.: e j !y 1 Porter's.
Hx h-indrean forty acres onthceafl
f.ieof the river, ruling a font on the
liver iibte the rr.outh of Crcfs-Creek.
Six hindred and forty acres near
Four hundred acres ca Flat Swamp,
Six hundred and forty acres on the
back of Lock's Crerk.
Five hundred acres on the drains of
Six hundred and forty atres on Little
Six hundred amd forty acres adjoining
the f-me. ' j
iv.ii hvndred acres on the drains of
Croli-Creik, near Ji hr M'Pherfon's.
One hundred and fifty-tire acres on the
weft fide of the town, adjoining Hay
The Hcufe an! Lot where
Mi Ritchie lives, ppofite Mr. Adam's
A reasonable credit will be
;:ven for p:rt of the price.
Fa c.'.ewi.c, Oclcbcr 28. Cm.
"T""!HP! co-parrnw-jinh? cf Isaac and
L Jamuu H:v ii.r bring diffolved
tv i-c death cf the ltcr, the iubferiber,
fi ivirg partner, requefts all perfons
j i m rr anr demands ar.infr faid fiim,
t" rr.ici 'hem t" hm for fettlrmer.:.
tW:'r ndzb'td ae nuo defued to n.ukc
layette. ilhyKov. 1, i",,o. 6c. 3L
v. 61 ) ' " -
Fortv Shillings Reward.
V V er's houfc was. broken
open on or .about the mid
die cf October., in flant, and
the following notes of hand
ftolen from him, viz. j
One note f hand from Neil
M-'Crancy to Mathevv ".Ro!an
VvMiitevfor twenty -two pounds.
One note from Eflcr Kill--patrick
to John Killpatrick,
for 25 dollars Specie. : ;
One note from Archibald
M'Bride to Robert Hodge, for
twelve gallons Rum.
And one -note from John
Kerbccn to Jbhn Bibbin, for
twenty (hillings, all of which
were endorfed to the fubftrib
er : This is therefore to cau
tion all perfons from negoti
ating the above notes. The
above reward ' ill be paid, and
no qucftions afked, on their
GEORGE TAYLOR, j
Elizabeth- town, , Bladen
.co. October 30.
FIVE POUNDS REWARD;
RAN AWAV from the fufefcriber,
living in Iredell county, North
Carolina, onihe.firft day of1 July laft, a
negro fellow named FRANK : he is of
a veilow complexion, (hews ibrne-marks
of thefmali pox, is about 5 feet S inches
high ; has by running away before, and
getting froft bitten, loft two of the little
toes of his left foot, and part of the' third
one ; I expe.ft he will change his cloaths
and name, and p-afs for a free man as he
has done before, and endeavour to make
his way to Fayetterilie or Wilmington,
and get on board foie vcfTcl, as he has
often threatened fo to do. Captains of
veflcls and otkera arc cautioned on their
pes il cot to harbr.ur faid fellow. Any
perfon who will Jake up faid fellow and
brir.fr him to rre, or fecure him fo that I
get him again, fhall receive the above
reward, and ail referable charges. j
Cftocr i3, 1790.
i JG&N WORK,!
THE late proclamation of his eyrel
lency governor, Marlin ih:wx ai
the treafurer of the VJjted States hs
orders to pay out the cafh for JtrrJarajcs
due to rhe.o5ic"eis and f)Uien who have
fcrved a certa? length of time in the
continental army. In; cfquence of
which, and by authority, I have opcRe
an office in Fayetteville, for the acct
mdatinof the perfoss cnceVned, and
will undertake to collecl the calh for all
fuch claims in the mod ipeedy manner,
provided they are rendered to me pro-
The peffon having a claim, muft -make
oath before two juftices oF the peace to
the time he has ferred, and take the juf
ticev.j certificate, which certificate mult
be given to mt, with a power tm receive
the money, and that power witneliel by
a juftice f the peace. Thole perfons
who may not find it convenient to attend,
at my office, themfelvcs, may forward;
their papers by letter. -
AH other kisds .of 'public fecurities
will be received and Rgciated in thej
mo (t advantageous manner at New-Yorfci
and Philadelphia. ?f
rayetteville, Uctober 27. Co. 5t.
WFIIS is to forewarn, all
J perfons from reeivingv
by any conveyance, a note of
haad given ly me to Benjamin
Bagky, of Chatham, for thii-ty-fix
pounds, payable the
25th day of December no:tj
as 1 am determined not to pay
the fame, having been deceived
by him in the purchafe ol a
.horfe, fo' which faid note was
Fayetteville, October 26 J
ALL perfons having any demanas
againfi the eflate of the late Mr.
Samuel Hawley, deceafe, are re
queued to render in their accounts pro
perly -attefled, to .
ilaac Hawley, AdmV. I
Elizabeth Hswley, Adm'x.
Fayetteville, Nov. 1, 1790. 60. it