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To be Sold cheapo
And on very eafy terms, the
A N D S,
Lying between ten and^ twenty miles
CMITHFIELD, firuateon both (ides
cf tii3 Norui- .Vcd, bctvween Blue Banks and Drur; Alien’s,
c^iicalring Z2C.O acres of land, abouc 400 whereoi are vsry rich
Avarnp. part of whxl\ is cleared, tbs remainder w;/* timh:rtd.
'I h: isgii fvvan.p tic lor corn or ;r.di|o, extends 25 chains back
irom the river, which isuncommon intliat ncigh!)ourhocd j and
p*rt 01 the Ijvv^t fwamp may be overflowed with great eafc,by a
Kevcr-iailmg *lrca:n, I'jron which is jull finifacd an exceeding
go«>d Saw. Mill, very near t^thenver.— f here are band-
Iv^mchtuaiions lor fettltments bsiween the mill and tbo river,
.n good corn land.
BLUE BANKS, fituatc oh
both fides of the river, below Smlthfield, containing 2351 acre*
ci land, 410 whereof is rich fwamp, about 130 acres being
clc.ired, of which 80 acres may be watered at any time with
gre,t cafe. 'I he femainder tit lor corn or indigo.—The un
cleared fw.amp ronuin a vaft body of cyorefs timber, and the
high land has two tircams fit for griAmills running through it;
between z and 300 acres arc cleared, part ot it being very good
corn land..... , here is a DVVELLiNG-HOUSt containir? a
had, parlour, four chainbtrs and three clofcts, a kitchen, ftahlc,
and large brick barn. Ihc beauty and healthinefs ci tliis place
is too well known to rcqu.re further defeription.
B E L L E F O.N T, fituate on both
ftiet of tl»c North-V/ell, joining and below Blue Banks, being
«rc ^1 the hti\ high .v amp plir.taticns on the rivtr—-It cr n-
tasr.s about 3x30 acies ci land, 8oo acres whereof the bed
Isvamp, aheut toe acraa bsing cleared, moll cf which can bv
wateicd by a ftream ifl'uing out of the highland, which is i;ke-
Wile capable of fuppiying a Imril grid mill. 1 here are on the
prennksa BRlCrc «OUl>£, containing four roesns, a kiickcn,
barn, and otlkr ntctiTary out-buiidirgs.
One thouland acres of land on the
waters of i ivingAon creek, ccntalnin; feme geod rice land, and
aquant;iy ct scry line turpentine tiece. 'Ihv range .or ftoclc
A (mail pieccj of land lying on Rat-
tie Sn.ke Branch, near the North-V. cA road, in an advantage*
ous iiand fora tavern, contaii-.nj zco ac.'ts. ^
A piece oi land on the North-EaR
fide of black River, in the neigl Seurhood cf Maultfl,’. pcir.t,
j. ca part cf w hich is tics fwamp, or meado .v j the whole con
taining zco acres.
A tiact joining andsbclow the la(l-
mcr.tiored, for:r,.-l.- patented to James Colfon ; moA of thi? is
pri.r.c ride .'■van,_> a.n; cane ir.e.'.dcv . ’i h- i.igh land lituarc
in a rc.narkahic hne range. • st contains of high and bw land
about iccc acres.
APPLEBY, adjoining the
abevs, containing in the whrlc 266 acres, 546 acres being go. l
tide cvic meadww and rich fwamp, 30 acres completely d.fched
round, ard 45 acres necriy lin.ihed i on the hr»h land, which is
iiruatc in a fine ra.ngs, is a very p’ecty and iieakhy fuuatiou for
An Ifland of tide fwamp, lying op-
]»cfite to the laA mentioned tradfs, eentaining 176 acres.
A piece of land on the North-Eaft
£ce of the Nertb-WeA, juA below the mouth of Black River,
g'eatpartef which is tide cane meadow, containing, by deed,
A piece adjoining and below the
laA-mertIcned,nioA of which is tide fwamp and can# meadow,
containing, by patent 320 acres.
Another piece between the lafi: and
that valuable body cf rich fwamp, caiicd tl. C.t Fiihi lands, con-
tainlrg about zco acre*.
The fert'iity, timber, fituation of
thefc lands «n navigaHIe waters, between >Mim;ns-t.Tn and^
Jayeite-Villr, w h eh will probably in a Aiort time become the"
capital of the A rte, mrke them defirable pcRL.Ticss !or prefent
profit, and afford etrain affurar.ces of their becoming extremely
valuable at a period net very dittant.—— ■■■ ^.pprov.-d old bonds,
cfp"ciallyf the late Mr. Dry's or Cap'. Hewan’s, and any
debts of t!ie fubferiber w 11 be aliowed in part payment } and
ar> perfon p ;rchafing the whole, fhall h^ve them a very great
^rgoin. for further particulars, apply to
Belvidere, July 2, ly^S,
Me fir 5. Boiven and
^HE lafl: General Aficinbly hiving
counts to commence fuits agaiiift ie-
veral perfons who were held up to pub
lic jvievv as delinquents in the payment
of arrears due by*them when acting
as fervants of the public, and my name
appearing aihong the number, in juf-
tice to myfclf, and for the fatisfaction
of my fecurities in ofSce in particular,
and my friends in general, I think
proper to requeft you to publifli the
underwritten certificate of my final
fettlement, which 1 flatter myfelf will
extenuate every unfavourable impref-
fion that tnav have been made on the
minds of thofe who have attended to
fuch an illiberal procedure againft me.
Your humble fervant,
Wilmington, July 16. 20—23
State oj Kcrth-Carollna^ jj.
THIS certifies, that Peter Mallett,
Efq. former Cc.mmillary General, ex
hibited into the Comptroller’s oiiicc his
account upon oath, wherein he charges
the public for calh cieclired in his ac
count fettled in the Comproliei’s Of
fice, in December 1782, and for calh
and a warrant paid into the hands cf
Thomas Amis, Aliidaiit Cornmulary,
the lum of leven hunche'- and thiitv
two thoufand four hundied pounds
currency, and for v\hich. he produced
vouchers, and lodged them in f; id of-
Wilmington dijlricl, ff.
John AblcnCampbell, complainant,
John Grant, defendant.
In Equity, June term, 17S8.
O RDERED, That the defendant
do appear to complainant's bill,
onorbefoie the firft day of enfuing
term (which will be the 6th of Decem
ber next; in default whereof the com
plainants bill fhall be taken/ro conje^i,
Publifhed by order of the Court,
Thomas Davis, C. & M. E.
Wilmington^ dijlricf, fT.
Gabriel Dubrutz, complainant.
Aaron Pimental, defendant.
In Equity, June Term, 17SS.
^^^RDER-ED, That the defendant
bhi, on or tefo.re the fiat day of en-
fuing term (wiiicii will be the fixthof
December nextj in derauit whereof the
compiainant’s bill iliail be taken pn
Publifhed by order cf the Court,
Thomas Davis, C. &M. E.
TT THEREAS, by a decree of the
V V honourable the Court of Equi-
ry. in riiw iuct
U'he.'cin Severin Erichloa is complain
ant and Samuel Vance, defendant—
I: is ordered by and with the confent
T O B E L E T,
The BRICK HOUSE, TAVERN,
•nfl F£RR.I£S, oppoilte Wilmington.
Three good Carpenters, a Shoe-
tnakcr, and Bricklayer, that have ferved their apprer.tlccff ius in
Charledor»to he hired out to any perfons bwo will ufc them
properly, and pay pundually.———^.Appiy as above.
to aii perfons indebted
that they call on the
le refpe^ive balance
r before the firft or
ben all perfons fail-
be fued wiibout fur-
AVIS, C.‘& M. 'E.
fics. And he credits the public tor j of the parties’, that the Matter in
cafli received for lundry warrants on ; Court do forthwith collect and
the treafury, and for ten barrels of | recover the debts due to Samuel Vance
flour received of John Bradley for Jo- j or Samuel Vane
feph Green, thefum of fix hundred and ; js hereby siven 1
fixty-eighr thoufand pjunds,which be- I to fai
ing deducted from the above merition-
cd lum, leaves fixry-four thoufand four
hundred pounds currency, due from
the public to the laid Peter Maiiett,
v.’hich, accordin-z to the kale of de
preciation in the month of Augult,
1780 (being then one hundred for one)
is equal to fix hundred and forty-four
pounds fpecie, for which 1 have grant
ed him a certificate. No. 533, and
which is in full of his account.
Given at Hillfborough, this 18th day
of May, annodomini, 1788.
FRANCIS CHILD, Comptroller.
N, B. The above balance is, ex-
clufive of jT, 1954 i8a 3J. due Mr.
Mallett, by lettlcment in December
F. CHILD, Comptroller.
Wilmington, July 2, 17S8.
By the Comrnlffioners of the Naviga
tion, one hundred ihouiand
£ R . I Q K S.
WILLIAM NUTT, Clerk.
Wilmington, June 11,
A/ I L M I N G T O N: '(North-Carolina) Printed and Publifhed by BOWEN and HOWai?n
Piinting-Uffice, opponte the Naval-Offices where Subferiptions forothis Pao‘“r FTRTv ^