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T'T'trfe J'tV''" j -t-Ai'
a0 their, itXfat'wttflaoik 'ttIifWfilinttiiiKe 36tlif .iSejstemuefc
U for want of air whetubo hole was I cut.' if j Flour,, at Lisbon, 23 Ooilars' per parrel i.Cornj .3
at Ui least interesting circumstance, in uinvaous. vacems perousnci. , " ' "
,tateretfor fcr;i ' the; aearajeHfint , ,;ai.??: .:.'" V:
nirinir s they were, had borne upth head
e tittle-boy -above the "water, determined that,
line as ihcjr lived, he sbouti riot perish!.'
H5UE OF. COMMONS,
The United States ship Constitution, commo
dore Bainbridge, and the sloop of ,wai Horner,
were Bpoxen on the 6thjN0v. in lat. 30, long. P
i!'Die4,t: Philadelphia on .the 3d inst. Mat.
Tkew Tubti Esq , of 'he town of. Salisbury, state
oiiSlorth, CarolinaMr.. ,T. though a very yoUi
the Navy ' answer is the most insolent and im
' proper ever .returned to a gallant antl deserving
, officer.. The memorial to -the .Senate contain
a lucid; statement of, meritorious, services on
.the part of capt Lawrence ; is rejplete with ir:
resistible arroents and conctusive aothorites
why he ought not to. be 6i reeded. At least,
bls ia the opinion of. An Oli Seammj .
;r U Shift jfdfnrt, Oct. 10, 1812.
Sir I was much gratified this evening with ;a
r, i. inougn a very young
man,, was hqnore by the legislature of his state report of your return to Washington', and hasten
VL'iih itt .nrifv'iirtTmviir rvf aiSliritfir ' frfniraX : frti- thp trt. nrJdreSH VOI1. a l"lVl'r(tiah of Our riprhtS. On a
,r. Stone presented; he memorial o( John Ste-1 Wtsttrn superior court district, the duties of' which subject that .nearly concerns me,, as well as others
orr oeni oi niucu hi asucittiu, iivyu-: 0flce ne a:harced with ftecultar fideliiy and of my gr arte in service1. U has lor some time
Boat Njvigation,. professional ttbility- In tbe death ot this yoiung been currently reported ift thi,city(and in fact 1
the watersoi tne v.nesapeaKe u.rouijn uus, m3t,- Wno was (Onally disiitighjshcd by pnVate have sem 2 le tera from Mr. UoMsborough, that
y -oi ynaneaion, ana rarj..g ior.. virhies ,nd splendid talents, his native state h
has sircnpthen the report) that licUt. Morris, was to
bteen deprived of one of its favourite sons, and soci be promoted to the rank of captain in the Navy
ety one of its brightest ornaments; in.cnnseq tence of hi conduct on board the Con,
Gl Mdcra'l Republican. . $tiution, in the Jate action with tbcGuerruTe
i' 1 have the most exalted opinion of Ikut. Morris,
' The discomfiture of izctt.,' Hookins, which he so of course can have no wish to detract from bis
br law for allowing a 'salary, to-. the adjutant! n0mpouslv announces and thanks his officers for, meri'S : bat. after the most maiure consideration
of this sta'e. ' ; appears to have proceeded from 'a lihe of .conduct I re 11 y cont discover w herin his exertions as
Mr Porter, nom tne committee on tnat, pan m which has been pursued in. pt.bticka with singular fi.si lieu, en uls him :o the rank to which I under J
gofernor's tmrssHgwnin reiaies 10 m ( success, nanuly a firming out ytoa office, ticloie stand he u about to he. promoted, I he, appoint .
nil 01 iiw puwiiw , vi'i-"v ' ne Diocet'oeci ."n me ejciteaiuou, ce rxaur eo me m;ii i'i mumcr cuiuiuanucT wimu, m'
,e0f a bill or the disposition and preservation 9t.nse 0t mr officers aVd th ? army as to the ?pe o;iiioi, arnp'y rompt" j)jn and, as far as 1
in the cit
ci exclusive privileges to him and his asi,ci-
ji my appear just ana proper. . ucierrtu. .
motion ot J A mtron, the commit
the governor, s nussie was tascnicted to
c " . '-'.'if .
quire lutu the propriety or numng som.; provi
public arms received, from the general gov
Ifeited. the. memorial w John 5rephrns,"on tne; (iye condescension, and deference. A f trw rd-, y,a the subject, commodore
dbiect of Stesm'BoaJts. fnatle a fv.rable report.ll irhen' 'inurrnu.rs and discontents were heard, the s- ntitnen.H on;he occasion I prea
n4 a bill for the etlr'igemtn.tf .SteamBoanl general turns: his army into a democracy agin, acqtiai.ited with,' as.-he? jnfjrms.m
a th ewaters of thtr &tS):rf' ' 1 and demands the opinion of every tnembir, to he written yo'i. I .im feareful y wil
diency of that measure, l'hey demanted the ci can jinge jie uiiitrsal satisfaction... 1' hnvc
dtjttce-whsch the cemiral h.d iu his nossession as oiismJ?'' !tl comrnodore Rodtrers, who fulh
id the Vrfhation of 'he' enemy nd 'this' evidence ''aerce.- rt .me.fa$tthdtan,f ih b1iorlsd jttei
Mr. Stone," f' om the committee to - whonf was'; W4 s on the bail of the treheral furnish- d with all fomaivs; use oj his name in my communication to
felted. the. memorial of John S'ephrnsvon the; (iye condescension arid deference. Af trw rd, you the su iject,' Commodore i Bainbridge V
resume yon are;;
me that hel has,
ill consider mv
given him in writing by the .proper officer . A retno-i-traow-as i.nproper, but trust, on taking
mongst 'such faw j recruits, ind after he hs thus my feeti into consideration yon will make
Voluntarily' ir. the first and' Second instance, sur-! every allowance, when J, inform yon that ;yny
rendered the reins kof his authority to thoipw horn frends ci.'incli.tvnb mr in thinking, that thepjC'.-.,
it was bis duty to govern, he nods tohis astonish motion ;oflieut. M'ottis to .the grade-1 first, men
ment, that he is impetfously dictated to by a sub- rtioned, bears, peculiarly hard on me, as I wras
ordiiiate officer who, demands'., that, the army, be ' first lieutenant .with the now commodore., Decatur,
ordeitd immediately to return Can ny' thing at th? time be destroyed the frigate Philadelphia ;'
better be ex;eoied from such rav & undisciplintd; at ilut limei if not now, thought as much of as
men so utterly unicquiiuted wiih military duty ! the capture of the Guerriere, tir ahich exploit he
when their will, instead ot that ot.the commanding , ws promoted to the tanx ot fost v.aptam, ana l
t his circumstance and a heavy swell, which trcs)n
at the time, I ascribe the uous ial length of the ac tion.
. , . ' .-- r -L.
ft The enthusiasm of every officer, seanvn and
mirtne pn board this shipi oh discr.veiing the en-cmy-lheir
-Heady coiiduct in battlemnd precis on
of.ihfir fire, could 'noi.be. surpassed- Where a'l
met my fullest ekpectitions it would be unjust o""
discriminate; Pennit me, however, to recnmrod
to your particular notice my first lieutensnt Woi.
H. Allen. He has served with me upwards f
live years, and to his unremitted exertions in dis
ciplining the crew is to, be imputed, the obvjoui Su".
periority of oar gunnery exhibited in the resul'.of -this
Subjoined is a list of the killed and wounded ory
both sides, ' Our loss convpared with that vf the '
enemy ivifl appear small. , Amongst the wounded .
you will observe the name, of lieut. Funk, who
died a few hours after theion-he v;as an ol!i
cer of great gallantry and . promise, and the ser.
vice has sustained a $evere kiss in his death. '
ITie Mjiced6nian lost Ijer' m i-n mas-., foie and
main top masts and main yard, and was much cut
bp in hi r hull. The dam ige sustained by this ship
was not such as to reader htr return into poi t ne
cessary, and had J not detm.etj, it imprta.u that
we "ahoiild see our prize in, should have continue J
our cruise. ...
With the highest, consideration and rspe'cf, I
am, Vir, your obediepe hntnbie server,
The Speikrr hid before the house a pamphlet
bntaiiintf documents tending to prove the supe-
.Qt advaniagjtb oi runways ana sieam c r.iajies
erc-nal navigation, which was reierreo to tne
ime committee- to which Stephens's memi ml
!as referred.; r.K yf;' y c:
a message waf Tecetved tromr tlje i,overnors
forming the huse 'of the death of M lthew
roy; late Solicitor of ;the six h circuit, in orVr
at the vacancy 'might 1e filled.; A bUot Was
iccordtngly ordered: x ' ' ,-
I . . . -.iL.; t , 1 ' ' 1 1 ...1 ' t .1 ' '
The commwee on inc iovCrnnr s rac-ssi rc t oiliCer, is maue me law oy wmcn mey are govern
mmended the pdssasre of a bill to amend the ' efj Accusfoined to act according to the impulse
ditla" laws of this State.' ! of ibeio-vn opinious in m itt;rs of civil govern.
The bill to'atnend thf InspMion. Lw irt tela mri, aiwl bting told by their general that a mili;
on to rar, &c'was inefi.ijtelv nf.st.jMied t iarj tjovernmeitt was nothing more they would
Received from the Semite bill f r 'dividing the u- uou- tediv act !s they hail hitherto always acted.
We in'o:Utrifcts foT'i-Iectirtg m-mr-,rs 'o.rogrs, The w -n irl is jus ly ihargeable with all the dis.
ich beinir read fo: Its second r.-afii.i'ig, M l1. a'r
Inn moved to strike out the who'? ot the arrange
ent contained in the mil tor the purpose oi n
Lining a new one which he hd formed. Thi-s
feotion was negatived; 96 to 29. The bill h-n
b-ssed second rt&d;ng without a rtivsi-n.
g'ace mum sing ta suh" conduct, ' If he will
n t t.ui.iice his ow authonty a.d inculca sn ior
ina '.viii - are ih'v offirers to blame for this ? There
i h wav lha civil fioiticimt have of farming onf
- iticir -tfic s inch if it d's no . tend to increase
'their popuhrii j, answers . all the purposes they
wUhfor ; arid that is& continuance ia the stations
: they occupy. Thus a g vemour of a stute will
i.eppo nt in the several tons over which he pv&
rewarded with the offer ' two Mmtha pay. Af'.t
devoting near fiftctn y ears of the prime of my lif
faithfully to thti servrce of my country, without .
furlough, excepting pne for six weeks) you imu ..
not, think hard of fny having remonstrated thu
plainly on lisut. Ayrrjs promotion over me. 1
assure you I should regrtt extremely leaving tht
strvjee at any period like this ; but ifoutranket
ky an ifficer. who has no greater claim than myv
self to promoti ir, T have no alternative. ' Trusting
to the impartiality of your decision, I have the
honor to be, sir, your obedient servant, : .1
(Signed) JAMES LAWRENCE.
The Hon. Paul Hamilton. a - -
:.FtUDAY, DECEM S it, 1812.
i-.. . , i , I
I Sluts, it uv.aiy, "i in .ne ir'iciiy an uuuci-iiu j(ur, ;
td e ich.
! A'avy.Defiarl ment, Oct. J7, 1812.
Sir Y.xir letter of the Oth instant ha'
He hrs ail the'eub-iroatOrial uower in revichtd me The susrees'ions wi;h which tha
. , - , i hi. district, and is ready at any moment, when IcUt' conclude, prevents an answer in detail,
The Legislature of this rtate, it is believed, iU ; his govcrnour's nopulanty, or In o her words, and ronfuits me to the sincle observation, that ii
dose their session about iVedneifdjy next; . ' ! his own, is in danger, to turn out in its d fence. (Vnho can'. oi leave the' service ofourcoun
''. j. ., ' I 'll- i hnllFirt h, liif rmiinimriirn if nnt tin HIk ,,aiK tr i . I he Will S ill I Cinain hefOeS dlld DatflOtS tO
v..- mi jr r.w" .-j.: ' - "J. . i " v : . v
vui rcoci win miiu, ni uic preueuiii tuniiiina i 0f", .-, $q j0 Jq.
late importations from G. Britain.
-The bill to suspend executions in this state for a
ertaiw time, and to continue j'u force un il th first
of February, 18 U, has pass.d b. th.hoi!Sf ,f Hie
legislature, i It is not; to affect contucts m-de af
ter the first of January next.
But this puTicy s t(frally wron. supp-irt the bon r of us nag.
l am, Jir, yoiirn.
' partme'it."' We' have herein instance that on:n (Si'n" ) VAVL HAMILTON,
nill jiot starve to death, orfig'u, or die, whtn it is Cap r Lawkkkck,. U. S S. Hornet.
u u to their own option to aao,)t auotlur idtri n
tive ; anil that is to 'retreat
The general, however, endeaoufs "to pi k a
crum'o of r.onsolatioi' from his misery and ad-.s:
! .So ' formidable whs our ajp aicince hi tin;
i prai'if, ndin.the c6 ;n ry (as 1 am 'nh) nevtr
t'od b' for? oy Ivtstile feet, that it . mus "enpress
the bordering .tribes with a se.se of their '! mtr.
If it operates beneficially in ;his way, uiir lai our
U7.11 no! Km ti f nrf t iw if-.Ir "
At. m y - . i x (l l r v . . m ' I
iiic arrciuu ulluiiiil ui i nr. u i i uc t;i ulu- i ... r i c .t . . i
- - - i uiiHii ii'ncir rr - w t r- i " i i up r iuii 1 1 irvc m , i , n
-mm 1 m . . , i - v i til iw V I' If v tlV 111-11 .U' . J-
laisxi tine iasi man moun: us also tne luissi tn
bulletin. y It . claims the- vie ory, aifd mus vheir
loslr at twenty five ihotsand men ; that of B -:ta
pnne, a i iony-ne mfiusana,. i ne empero nss
prompted Oeneral K'.tirsow to ihe rat.k of field
jnarshU presented hiln with fifty thousand roubles
and Cve roubles to each soldier engaged in the bat-
C.H - V.-:-
In congress, tio dtcisir-n has Vet talten plncr,
fi-om which 'any Opinion carl be finned a"s u t!ie
final decision ct the house, on the subject of the
Gljrious Naval Victory !
L 't irslia'e txtn r ctiveJin WAsinngtn Cki
fni'o C'i!Vii- lore Decatur, dated off New London
oi-.Ii 4 h inst. containing, the inform.ni'n that
on t'ie 25 h of V)ctober, in l it. 29, N. long. 29
d-g 30 -ni 'iV. 'he frigate U.tcd States, undei
John -Haywood and b.G- odwin, rsq'rs, have
teen re elected treasurer ' and comptrol.er ot this
Ata'te ': :'
hi cinjiu. a'.!, fe;l in ith; and after an action of
an hu'iv .50 I a hdf, captured th British frigatv
Wh t flier tfii horde ring TnlTes wtn he te
mou lting; 4 carri vge-guns The captured Ves
9ul i a f i '3.e of 'the lirgest class,, two years old
four f.v..,h'- out of dock, and refuted one of th
h!,t s il '.rs in the B i'.ish service. The MiCtdo
nia bri cr vin ward hsd the advantage of enga.
gimr (It. U. :td StateS at h. r own dis'fcnce,-which
t army on the proprt- ty - t vontmou'g his route w::s so great t iaS for tne first hall. hour, the Unit
with a sense "f Uieir danger frnm so forn iduble
an appearMiice of soldiers, , ho invaded their
country f rn.) other p .ip;se Vhan to retreat bark
agJih is a very qaeiienable p int
In siirr'vvhn die ,;-:n ronl -sses that he d -sired
V the officers 16 tuke the rpi-.iou t-f rhe 'wbfc
V.Duncan Cameton, Cslvin Jones. V'm. t-6 m
tod'Montfo'rlSiokeS. have been elee'ed muor ire
Derais,-and Jeremiah Slade, Jesse 1 xi dcr -
Jiio. II. Hawkins, brig, gen'b of the mditia of thi
late.-.!. " ." '-;' -' , . ,,
being trtiljci'! of thtii rp;n in in the ' ed'Statis did .not use her CiirroPafliS, and at no
iV gative. 41 he requa id 'h it he mie'lit rtictate the moment was the British frigate within the com
course to be pli-6ued fr that day only" cutht ht plte efr.ct of the nviakttry or grape shot of th
to be surprised if ' h- dis -.vered the columns U oted Sa'es. To this ciicunrstance, and a heavy
which he Ind dirt cted.tr follow him, moving in swell which prevailed, is ascr'ued - the length of
quite a con rary direction :''.r outrht he to won. th- ar.iinO. The conduct 'of the officers, seamen
0 f rr if .' m.,inr Sinirl.-tmi 9,(Hric(iil liinri iA tha .' ttr,l wvxnruna ia oairl trt hav( mpl-ilcfl lll lilo-llfS'
J most r(ie an.d dictatorial manntr, rcqtiiiincr him commehilation. The superiority bf the American
imnnqwieiy 10 n.surne nis murc.n. or that lvs
b-itfal?o:i, would break from the army and return V
We think riot. 17. S. Ciaz.
TO CpMMUNIC ATioW.'
EZ'rrictrjfa tetter from Washing ton hated. Dee. 3.
M. ."Johnson read this day in the house, a let
ten dated Collector's office, 'Norfolk, in which the
r A report Is inserted tu the iVttrs'iurg' tnttlli
gencet-'thai the Constitotion fi'iga'e"hs ruptured
thp British 64 cun ship Africa, but the troth of it
fe Very much doubted here,
.;. Commodore Rodgers has c-pturid and'semin-
T-tr .i I T.. D"8e,,..,oaueu ,;n writer states to him that he know the merchants
a r.i.r! k k ChJ8ed tne ni" hiva eotimited the penal bords that have been
! : jgiveri, as part of the cost of the xxto, and have
aciuauy cnrgeo mem, upon tne country pvop-w,
and ol eoujise ought to be compelled to pay thith "
W understand the importer in ibis plce-pro
nounte 'the sdd Ieter a gross calomny, " so fyr. as
r-The-latest-ne.wr fronT Sj"atri T Is" that Maswha
"lad joined Marmont with fifteen tbRUsaf.d men ;
inaking the force sixty thousand a d tha' VVel
Jington had raised the siege of Bora
irgOs and retreat-
it refers to them ; that in their salt s no ralcula
1 Contemplated changes, as rumored. Cheves, se.
futrf the'navy; Gallatin, secretary of state ;4
1 Ksh. secretary df th treasury ; A nisirohc, se
""""r "1 war i.aac wonroe, lieutenant general of
a,l4Ui 'S. ' ' '., m " ; ...
lion was hiade by' them of the penal bonds. Nor to midshipmen.
Erunnerv was'obvious. .The Macedonia lost her
mizen-masl, fore and.1 main top mast and main
yard, -and was much cut up in her hull. I he da
mare sustained by the United S tates was not such
as to ren-ler her return into port necessary, had it
not been considered important that; the prize
si-.oald be brwught aafe into pott.
Thf kilted on oar side were John Mirier Funk
lietiteiiant ; John Archibaklv carpenter ; Thomas
Blown and Hem y Shepherd, Seamen ; William
Murray. Jioys Michael O'Donneil andJohn Ho-
bertsi marines. The wounded were five in num
her, and are recovering. ' '"T
On boird ibe Macedonia, there were thtrty-six
killed and 68 wounded. Ameng the latter arc
the 1st and 3.1 lieutenants, one master's mate and
'l'Tbe- lage; vessel mentioned under the Newl"
Tork head as having run ashore, and being burnt,
1 is said to be the POIC IMERS, of 74 gunu -
, Weunderstand jhe priie frigate Macedonian
Ity, rc& and.thecommAnd given' to the brave
m Jf 1 dwtinguiahed t cajitJw ..This " is, truly
yghtin tfte enem with her own Weaponi.
JtthV,'hra,';; New YorkrtVship Star;
Which left Lisbon October infbrma-
Un haa been received that te V'ncharson at
yxttorw fcurrendere the allied armiea under
coidd any prices at this market be obtained which
would cover such a calculation, I hey admit that
coarse woollens and some other goods have fcotn
manded higher prices than formerly, whilst a eon.
' siderabRpart of their latejmpor' ation's e mains on
hand; which they; woultf willing!y fakf; Cost snd
charges for, being' jsnicles- which will not cover
the extra charges and double du ies. ; - "rr
:V;;.V ',." ;, " ; .,;.y Ledger.
-. Ftom the Boston Pilot, ' ';:'"..1'
':-' '.' " L'.. '...THE '.'NAVY..:;. , '
tMr, viaBTT, sir Having been an occasional
reader of your paper, .and perceiving that ypu
were friendly to a Navy ; and the'following co
P'es of 4orig'maL papers havingfjjllenintq my
hands, 1 requestyou,.' ;jf you, ihink them .worthy"
. ! o"f insertion invyour piirnali to publish them
The letter of captain JLowrencejs, a respectful
remoastranco , against tho extraordinary pro.
Both vessels have arrived on pur coast
'. ' -17. S. S. Unitbd Statfs, AT SfeA.
. ; ' -October SO, 1812.
The Hon. Paul Hamilton - ." .' V.
t ' Sirl have the honor to inform you, that on
the 25th inst. beine in lat. 29 N long, 29. 3Q W
we felUn with and, after an action of an hour and
a half, captured his Bri'annic majesty's ship Ma
ce'dohian, commanded by captain John Carden
and mountine 49 carriaee cuns (the odd gun shilt
ing.) She isr frigateof the largest clasrlwo
yeajs eld, four months out ot dock, and reputed
one of the best sailers in the British service. .The
enemy Jbefnc to -windward had the advantage, oi
enKacinc: us at bis ownHlistancei which. was so
great that forthe first half hour weaid not use our
i ' 1 ' ' . 1 . . - : '. . .. - a. u. . V, ai'ilkm ill.
carronacs,. ana si nu uiooicev wa ire w iv
complete effect of our caasker and grape to
THli Subscriber, who has! rcsHed-' Jonfcer in
ihischy than any one who follows his line.of bu
siness, and -whose attention .has been devoted en,
tirely to the duties of his profession, not having
nor desiring to havje1 any agency but to make and"
work, c informs his friends and the public iri
ge'teral, that he has lately received f on lhili.
delphia, an assortment of JrwelLksy ; w!'it.h,"
ddea to his former stock, tri kes (tdihough smvll)
a neat assortmeht, and will be sold on the most
He has jn his employ, Mr. D? costa, who make
all kinds of Jewellery, engraves Gd J Letteis, sits
Vlimatares, Hatr.work, c. in a superior manner
to any in this place. y . n ,.
Ihe liberal encouragement he -has uniformly
received, renders it unnecessary to say any thing
of his abilities, as he does not expect to receive
iupport it undeserving ot it. .
He expects to. finish a handsome assortment or
varranted WGliT DAY CLOCKS, imrnediate-
y after the rise of the Assembly, which, will b ;."
sold at the old prices. - :v,a.j&.
Raleigh, Dec 18 THOS. EMONU. .'Z
ka .k...i 'A .i "i r ..T .'.' '''.',
are wautea as apprentices to tne aDove ousinehs
A person who s acquaniied with the making,
ind burning of Brick, to sui erintend and manage
Brick-Yard during' the summer of 1313. Aa;,
industrious and sober man, who can produce test i
monials of his char cter, will receive good wegtS
n ppltiai to th tvibfccriber in Raleigh. -"' '
Dec 13-tf ' ,' W m POLK.7 ;V
Just Received, v
DtRKCT FROM ct,W.T K AT THE STi.BE Or TUB'
StB-CiilBKUS, ( ' f',
A LARGE AND GENERAL ASSORTMENT OS
DRY GOODS, "
AMONGST (WRICH All
Suierfine Broad cloths .,' -1 -
Fine ' ' do. do. " , ' '" :' -v7
Casstmeres, Coatings and Stockinette
Rose and Dutch Blankets, Scarlet Cloaks
Negro Co tns and Flannels ' ' ' ' ; i
' Bombazctts, Fancy W.ai'coating , -Jubilee
Cord, Cahibric Ginghams ' ;
Mult Mull Ginghams- Cjhcces
Robe Patterns, Long Shawls, Fancy Si!k5
Loies' Silk and Cotton Hose '1
Furnimre Calicoes :
Muslin Cambrics and DmAi'ie, :.' -.'
v And a great variety of t ANCY GOODS.
' ' also, ' '''.;:' :' .'"
tjwnirii ' r .ti wtr.. ' v-jr.--.'. '..V-'
A. A. V MJ i til (111 IV1 II Dl i, .r - -,- i
Sugar Molasses, Cofleie, Tea Wine, ftom;t-ft.ndf;
London" Brown Stout--all1 of which will btld?p
low fnr rah. ". '
JOHN & ROBERT STUART
" Raleigh, Dec. lta "--'W
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State Bahk of N. Carolina, r ,
t '' December l5iA,..'i8t2fv
PURCHASERS of Stock in the State BaEke'
informed, that a power of Attotny tuthonigtii
Transfer of a Share or Shares held In the Sute'
iiank mhst be witnessed either by the Cashier pt
ho Drincinal Bank oof fjfneof Us ttranehew, ty
Notary public, or by two Juices of the Peace:
and if by the latter, their signatutra' must b$ cer-v'
ified by the Clerk of the Court,, with the Couiiiy
Seal annexed This' regulation to commence m A
the rlR$x jpat or Januaby mmt, of which: a't
who miy be concerned will take notice. -
I am'underthe necessity of fot warning all pr V
sons from trading,f ith,or crediting any of my, faw
mily, on my account as I will pay no debts-tbat v'
may be contracted other. than l5y m)'"sel'or''H'r v.
ten order irom ;' .-"' " ; "r". TYlU.;.
Franklin county, Dec J8, 8r ' V: L iS.'
HRafcigh Volunteer Gua
YOU will oe on your.parndv ground at eleycn; '
o'clock on the Hi Saturday in! January hext,equ!pt.'
r By order of-the captain, f:t:
" '-; - .' , Y ;V CLARKE, 1st sergtiiV.-'
XTHERE S, a 'certain Doctor AN pE '
V V MOORE, of South-Carolina,- has prese4v
ed-acainst the Estate pt Cpiw31aS
ceased, an, Account, which PfWf
know to be extremely unjust. W e, there fre, W,
warn all persons from trading fo? the same, arliC
has already been more pan suincienviT pw. -'l
-;',: DANii'.L iajca :;;
.'. Richmond county, N.C. Noto. : JVjtoi
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