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M I i L L,
at prefent pcffcfledby Mr. John Eccles.
Tour hundred acres of land an the
weft fide 'of Cape-Hear river, about five
miles from Fstrctteville, rheie Elias
i;one lives. ,
One hundred and fifty acres adjoining
tte fame on the weft hde, and 70 and an
half cn the catt fide of the river.
One hundred and four acres on the
eall fide of the river, near Mis. Tommy's,
f rmerly D Pcrier's. '
Six hundred and forty acres on the eaft
fr'e of the river, having a front on the
j .ver above the mouth of Crofs-Creek-
Six hundred and farty acres near
r ur hundred acics on Flat Svrarap,
Sir. hundred aad forty acres on the
bucket Lock's Creel.
Five hundred acres cn the drains, of
Elcinl's Creek -
Six hundred raid forry acres on Little
Ci ols-Llree lr.
Sixhiiadrei asd forty acres adjoining
Two; hundred acres on the drains of
Crofs-Creek, near John M'Phcrfcn's.
One hundred and fifty -rive acres on the
velfidc of the town, adjoining Hay
n.unt. : ALSO,
The Hcufe and Lot where
Mr. Ritchie lives, ; eppollte Mr. Adam's
A rsaibnable credit will bs
given fcr jart cf the price
Fayctteville, Oclf.ber 2fi. 6m. '
THE co-prnrriYtp of Isaac and
Samuel H.wlkv bc-ir.g diflblved
by lVtc:?cathcf the JaL.er, the Vjlfcriber,
furrivinj parti rr, rrq'.ufls ajl perfons
haviag. any demands ajainft faid firm,
c reritet them to him for frttlement.
t' cfe indebted arc3! ib defircd to make
: ISAAC HAWLi?Y.
Fxyettcvulc, Nov. r, 1790. Cm. $t,
TWO fmart, active LADS,
one about 12, the other 7.5
vcars of age, as apprentices
to the WATCH-MAKING
and JEWELLERY BUSI
NESS. Apply to
Who has jufl received
A large and excellent affort
ment of Materials, for profe
cuting the above buiinefo in
the moft extenfiye manner.
3 CASH given for OLD
and CUT SILVER.
AN .AWAY from the fubferib-rs,
3a?t nVhr, an indented fervant,
named IViliiavi Btoth he is about 28
years of age, 5 feet 8 inches high, 3f
a dark corocomplexion,. had on a fkor
l lue co.it and round bl?cc hat. H car
ried, off with him one new fnafTle bridle
with a plated bit, two pair boat gaters
vrith filver buckle-, and one pair filver
knee buckles. Whoever will take up- and
frcure faid fellow, fo that we get him
sain,hallhare TEN POUNDS reward.
ROB. Ss? Wr. NORRISS.
FrfttrvllkNcv. 8 1790. 6.1.
FIVE POUNDS REWARDi'
AN AWAY from the fubferiber,
living in Iredell county, North-
Carolina, on the firft day of July lair, a
negro fellow named FRANK : he is cf
a "el!orv complexion, fhews fome marks
cf thefmallpox, is about 5 feet 8 inches
high; has by running away before, and
getting fro ft bitten, !ofi two of the little
toes of his left fcot, sxd psrt cf the third
ne ; I expect he will charge his cloaths
and name, and pafs for a free man as he
hasdone before, and endeavour 10 make
his way to Fayettevilje or Wilmingran,
and get on board fome v.eflel, as he has
often threatened fo to do. Captains of
veflels and other arecatuioacd cn their
peril cot to harbour faid fellow. Any
perfon who will take up faid f ellaw and
biinghim to me, or iecure Hrri fo that I
get him again, (hair receive the above .
reward, and all refonable charges.
October 18, 1790.
THE late, proclamation of his excel
lency governor Martin ihem that .
the treasurer of the United States has
orders to fay ont the cafh for arrearages ,
due to the oSce'rs' and-foldiert who have
ferved a certaia j length of time in the
continental army, i In ccnfcquence of
which, and by auihbrity, I have .opened
an office in 'Farettevjlle, for the accom
madatianof thejperioas concerned, and
will undertake to collect the c.aih for all
fuch claims in the moft fpeedy manner,
provided they are rendered to me pro
prrly atteftad. ( ;
The perfon having a .claim, muft make"
oath before two juftices of the peace -to
th tirrie he has ferved, and take the juf-'-tices
certificat, which certificate rnuf
be given to mc, withe a power tm receive
the money,, and that power witneiTbd kr
a juftice f the peace. -Thofe perfons
who may not find it convenient to atrend
at my office themfclveSj may forward
their- papers b-r letter. I
All other kind? " of 'public fecurities
will be received and nagtciated in the
moft ad vantageous manner at Flew York
and Philadelphia. . ' 1-
Fay.efteville, Oclober 27. 60. 3
f I HIS is to forewarn all
J perfons from receiving;
1 by any conveyance, a note of
hand given by me to Benjamin
Bagky, of Chatham, for tiaii-ty-fix
pounds, payable the
25th day of December next,
as'I m determined not to pay
t he fame, having been deceived
by him in the purchafe of a
horfey for which laid note was
given. ' ; . :;.
Fayetteviile, October 26.
A perfons having any demands
JL A. again R the eftate mt the late Mr.
Samuel; Hawiey, deceaferf, are re
cuefted to render in their accounts pro
peiiy atteed, to
ilaac liawley, . Adm'Y.
Elizabeth Hw!ey, Adm'x.
FajettcTilleNpy. 1,1750. j 6e. 3t.