For PRIVATE SALE,
Purfuant to the tail will of Fran
cis Clayton, Efq: dcceafed
TVT well known valuaM planta
tion and parcel of land, called
Rocky Paint, mn the North-Eaft river, in
New-Hanover county, containing, by
the original grants, 192 acres, with a
large brick houfe and other Wuildinjs
One hndred and ninety acres of this
hz been unier crop tkis rear, and is en
clfe! with new fnce ; and there are fe
Teral hmntlrcds of acres clear, and fit tor
immediate cultivation Thefelands are
feme of the keft in the Hate, b:h for til
lage and pafture.
ALSO,' the plantation and lands on
the SshkJ, whtre Mr. Clayton ufually
refided (formerly Mr. Harnett's) con
taining aboot Soo acres, with a commo
diousdwclling houfe, and otker necefla
ry ouildinjs A confiderablc part of this
is clear and nrfer good fences, haTing
been plamted this prefent year, and is
excellent for corn ad indigo: with this,
or feparate, will be fold, an extenfive
range of baks, between the Souid and
the Sea, efteemed valuable for ftock and
the timber, and on which is fome good
plant able land.
Credit will b given, and the payments
rereived by inftallments ; but in addition
to perfoiai iecurity, mortgages on the
Propofali v; ill ke received in Wil
xniigton, by Archibald Mackine, Henry
yjquharr,or Henry Toomcr, the afHr.g
executors, to whom 'die lands arc deviled
Ar. i?. On the Sift of January next,
the xrr,roes, confining of abnrr forty
workers, will be hired in families for one
irHmirrgtMy Oct. 14, 1 790. 50
1 v. -9 s ; & r
T 0 n F. S L D,
B Y P I J D L I.C A U CTIO N,
Sn KOIsTD.) the f. j Jy 9f XcwUr
m.ytt ,i tjejct,
A VALUABLE tra.cT of land, ccn
JC A. tahhj- 358 acres, art of which is
frpno fed to ie cxj:rrr for the cultare
ice, firuatron Old Con Creek, near
Viitian, jcini: Old Town planta
tion, a .-ul cS v mtin Thomas Wi
thers nd Mr. John !I-K-n7ie.
C 9 n T tt -I v emnth s c red 5 1 with
in:-eft tro-31 ihr dar of fale, ancl a
ir ;rc of the premium. Any perfba
inciLinro pwchafra? private i'Sp way
ia the Kjr 'Us- to
WILLfA! H. CROUCH.
Taj 5 ucfiiic, SeA2Jxaiber 37, 1790.
TWO fmart, active LAD3,
one about 12, ths other 1 5
years of age, as apprentices
to the WATCH-MAKING
and JEWELLERY BUSI
: IVho has juft received,
A large and excellent aflort
raent of Materials; for pro fe
ci ting the abovfc I bufinefs in
the mbft: exteniive manner.
3r CASH given for OLD
and CUT SILVER.
Fajcttcvillc, Oil. 25.
IfpT A Sorrel Mare JloUn.
QTOLEN from the fubfrriber, laft
O . Thurfday Right, the 23d inftant, a
MARE of the frlUwia defcripUon,
via. bright forrel, a finall blaze in her
face, a high itroap rmp, ostc hind white
foot, about f I'lrten hands in height, a
thin rrjane, fill blooded, ad a'out four
years old, had no brand when ite was
ftolea, and lias a very ihoft head It is
fappofed that Ihe wa earned away by a
gang of horfc -hieres,iht lately inicilcd
thi neighbouihcod ; and a .reward of
fix pounds is offered to any 'one who will
fecure her, axd delivsr her to Mr. Wil
liam Meng, at Fayetteville, or to
Dry Creek, Chatham co.
September ao, 1 790. jy.
And for feU at the prhiting-efficf,
,For tiicycar of oijiLdid 1791,
F-IAT all perfons whojarc
indebf cd to the (iatf cr
Major THOM AS LVhUs,
deceafed, Ia!e ot Surry coLn
ty, are, dt fired to make
ment immediately y ad t t'lc
who; have any' claims adirft
(aid tliate, are defifed to Li nig
them in to the executors.
; pfcJn ArmftrtKg;
. ' - Lxccut)is.
Oftober 4, 1790. J7,
EGS leave to inform the
public, that he has ikken
Col. Portex ficid'sr larseJetm-
iiioiiqus new houfe, ieaily
pp.poftte.vsr. M4 Auflanfs
rvhre he intends keei j
Boarding- anid Houfc o
containingfueh a viitty ef
pieafantiy fituated I itocms,
wiil enable him to accopE":
date a large number if the
memfecrs of thcciifuingLfiern
bly. His greateff eHMs rill
be exerted to-pieafs tljole that
favour him with their cuf-
tom. He exntcls to bd in the
heufc by the jfirft of Oftobcr.
Faycttevilie, Sept; 6
pone in trie neateftlilianr.cr,
and on the fhortcftf notice,
at the printii)g-offic:.;
Order? fromthe Joiintry.
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uuiy anencen to, aril .punc