With a poUJhed piece of Amber^ incl^ng
a perfeSi Jiy^ intended for a hcket.
My heart as this is fare.
And Iwt xviil Jim eudstrtt
CCEPT this prefent from a feeling minilf
And for the giilBr's fake to it be kind.
, Caufe it be fet, the motto underneath j >■
In fancy colours fancifully wreath j - .
Let pureft chtyftal drcle it above-^
Amberj the emblem of the pureil love ;
Then place it of pofite thy heart more purea
[ InvariablCi and as the fly (ecurt. ' .
A N E C D 'O T E.
T he Peruvians had a cuftom, on
the death of any diftinguifhed
perfon, to inter along with him, to
keep him company, the fervant that
had been mod attached to him in hit
life. A young man who had loft his,
in after, and who had alfo loft an eye,
was feleded to have the honour of ac
companying him in the other v/orld 5
but not being ambitious of the prefer
ence, he exclaimed—“ Do yot^know
what^ you are doing? Are you not
wanting in refpeft to my maft^^|ius
to chopfe a perfon who has bulfone
t9L jerve the other
\ orli ?—The Peruvians confultcd,
and the young man favedhis life.
^^IIE Subferibers rcqucftall perfons
^ having any deinands againft the
eftateof the late John fen.
Efq. dcccafed, to render in ac
counts to them as fpeedilyas poftiblc,
properly attefted, as they wifh to have
the accounts againft the faid eftate ad-
jufted, that they may asfoon as polfi-
ble difeharge the fame ; and alio rc^
queft all pcrlbns indebted to laid eftate,
to make immediate payments, to pre
Thomas Neale fmn.l . y .
John Hall, jAdmiiuftratori.
July 15, 1788. 21,^
^HETlaft General Aflcmbly having
* ordef|d tho' Comptroller of Ac-
counifj^'cqmtuciice fuits againft fe*
veral perfons who Were held up to pub
lic ^view as deliiM^ents in
of arrears by them when actuig
as fervants of the public, and J'?®?
appearing among the numbe^
ticc to mylcff, and for the fatisfactjbn
of my fecuritics in offi^ in partic^a^
and my friends in general, 1
proper to requeft you to pubiilb thi
underwritten vcrtificaic of Ifey
fcttlcmcnt, which 1 flatteryfelf will
extenuate cvcry unfavouraoWimpref-
fion that may have been made oil the
minds of thofe who have attended to
fuch an illiberal procedure againft-mc.
Your humble feryUnt, ; %
PETER MALLETT* -
Wilmington, July i6.
N Apprentice to the Cabinet
Making ana Riding Chair bufi-
D JOHN NUTT.
Wilmingtbn, July 23. 21—23
State of Nortfh^arolina^ ff*
THIS certifies, that Peter Mallctt,
Ekj. former Commiflary General, ex
hibited into the Comptroller’s oiiice his
account upon oath, ^ herein he charge^
the public forcafti credited in his ac
count fettled ill the Coraprolier’s Uf-
fice, ilfi December 1782, and for caih
and a warrant paid into the hands of
-Thomas Amis, AlDftatit Commiffary,
two thoufand four hundrcil pounds
currency, and for which he produced
vouchers, and lot^ged them in ft.id- of
fice. And he credits the public for
calh received for fundry warrants on
the treafury, and for ten barrels of
flour received of John Bradley for Jo-
feph Greep, the fum of fix hundred and
fixty-cighi thoufand pounds.wl^ich be
ing dedu6ted from the above mention
ed fum, leaves fixty-four thoufand four
hundred pounds Currency, due^frora
the public to.' the faid Peter M^^tt,
which, according to the fealc of de
preciation in the month of Auguft,
1780 (being thcfi One hundred for one)
is equal to fix hundred and foity-four
pounds fpecie, for which I have grant
ed him a certificate. No. 533, and
which is^ in full of his account. "
Given at Hlllftiorough, this 18th day
of May, annodomlm, 1788^
% FRANCfS CHILD, Comptroller.
N. The above balance is, ex*
clufive 31^. 1954 ,8f. 3^, due Mr.
Mallett, by fettlcment December,
F. CijllLD, Comptroller.
^ I laft Affcmbly are now rea
dy to be delivered at th. Superior
JOHN HUSKE, Clerk.
Wilmington, J^ly 20—
T h E Adminiftrators of the Jate
Mr. SWANN, requeft thofe who
arc indebted to the Store in Wiitning*
ton^kept ^ Mr."JAMES MILLS, to
^call i^^Mr. ISAAaBERNARD,
who is authorifed to fettle and receive
the debts, and to give difcharges.
^ Wilmington, July 16. 20—
W HEREAS, by a decree of the
honourable the Court of Equi
ty^ in the fuit therein depending,
wherein Severin Erichfoa is complain
ant and Samuel Vance, defendant--
|||r is ordered by and with the confent
of the parties, that the Maftcr in
faid Court do forthwith colled and
iccover the debts due to Samuel Vance
or Samuel Vance and Co. Notice
is hereby given to all perfons indebted
to faid concerns, that they call on the
Mailer, and'pay the refpedive balance
by them due, on or before the fii ft of
September next, when all perfons fail
ing therein, wiiitbe fued wijth/ ut fur
Thomas Davis, C. & Al. E.
Wi^ington;July 2> 1788. Ji3—
By ihe Commiffioners of the Naviga
tion, one hundred thouland
IP K S.
^By the Printers hereof.
TO Bl^SOLD CHEAP,
' For Ca(h or t’roduce,
VTVWO valuable PLANTATIONS
at the White Marlh, Bladen
County, containing 900 acres, the pro
perty of the late Robert Rowan, Efq*
deceafed. For. further particulars ap
ply to ifc y. Richards, or
Wilmington, July 116,1788. 20—
A».am) Effa,. «>d AdicI«rfMig™„ will b.