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II? thin under command i and on th rofcmy,
l'n. '-a r-ke in. without our oeii;,atie
ear'Ie any resistance, and after havir -sed eye
tnAllYt the best of ray. abilities, I found
obliged toorderthe colon to be struct;
. v.;,, hnt the unmanageable state Of the
'h,iff Vptrtect,wreckt:Guld ever have
J. , do. conceiving it was. bit duly not
"""Orifice useUsry the lives trf the, men, with
w'fn. oroipect of success, otof benefit to their
On tte larboard side about thirty shot had ta
rr ... K..U. flvehefa of cobber down, and
. .... k.Vt a larcy hole nruWv
r starboard counter, and she was so completely
refit her sulficiemly to attempt carrying ner imp
L-t an J they set, fire to her as soon as they got
ft, wounded out. What consKleraoiy weaKeota
L n.tarters, was. permtttin? the Ameneans be-
r " n u. -ktr. i thv nuarrer ' on the
1 enemy hoistinglhc colors ot inai.pawm, irjucn,
ihoa)h it deprived me of men, I thought it was my
f 1 felt much shocked, when on board the Co
'nutioii, to find a lrge proportion of his ship.
n.;iJvJ. and ronDV of whom !
recognised as baring bar fwtrmeetia the a5Wpt
io board ' '?. . v if.
-Notwithstanding the -unlucky issue 7f the affir,
iuch confi lfuce haye I m we exertion ot ineorncers
aJ men who, belong 10 the Guerriere, and I am
o aware inm ms uuvca w fi
wins t0 fortuneL that it is my earnest wisfr, and
rm.trl K the haDolcst oeriod of mv life, to be once
Wre opposed io the Con,Mitution, with them un
iler my wm'.nand ; iiM- frigate of a ' similar force
109 u uemere..' ' :.
I caonot helol noticing that "the attachment
Mthe sbip'a company in general to the serTrce of
heirmj5 ana. country peaects on memxne oin
iteretUt.t for thoutch ; every art was used to en-
ourage them a desert; and to inveigle them in
o thf Aroertcanfcaervice. btr high bounties and
reat promises, by. the Anaican ofiicer in di
feci contradiction to the declaration to nn?. that
hey did not wiah such a thing" ; only eiiht Eng-
k "i i . i . l i i. - i i. f .u: l
jnen nave-iremaineo oenina, iwa omy oi -wmcn
iraher huve volunteered for their service. :
' Leaving tbej.cbarac.ers of my bfficer an;'
bip's com;?anf, as well as my own, to the t'eciai
In of this Honorable Court, the justice of whose
ntence.nciiJerson can ' presume to question',-1
ow.mv narraiivCi craving -indulgence tor hav
jig iakeo.upao much of their time.
' FRIDAY FEBRUARY 5. J 813.
; Tbe -oniy subject of importance, immediately
under distttasion in Congress, is the bill aUthons
ing a loan of aixte'en millior.j of dollar. Th .
Luh-.lJ-nHs for the present year will amount td thirtv-
uuuaia... t wciyc minions onir ot
ciear reveiiue are calculated on j and the deficient
i, lo uc. sHPP,uea PI wans, treasury nqtes; 3cc.
' apnum, during life. This proposjtionj soinfioUe-fthey commenced ptunderin
iy noooraoie io me mover, win, we most am
I eerely hope, -obtain an unanimous vote. '
- . ine Diii, ,vrouiiaing a 44 gun snip, tor the
oceani; rt4 20 "gun ship' fof Lake Erie, as a
gif to 'the. "gS5vernmept of the , Vnited iStates, has
passed the house of represent iiiveav We -think
.ui uuni jch is win oc upsei in. ocaait tiaroor
r. T.ie comuiitte- has reported in-favor"-of incor
porating the banks at Cston, Cbambersbuig,
riusourg an. j ora
On the 29ih ull. Mr. Grundy, from the torn
mitee of foreign relations! made.a long rr port on
the subject of impreasm'enta, which shall be given
in our; next. Accompanying thef report was, a
bill, which we have not seen, relative to the em
ployment pf foreign seamen. ' This is considered
an important subject. ' -
It appears that, though the French are beaten in
Russia, they are in great strength in the peninsula,
and will probably force Lord Wellington once
more to retreat to Lisbon "indeed', we have alre
dy verbal reports, stating that he 19 now in bis
sirung potion near mat cuy , out tnese reports
v-s -' : - ' - . . -a. ... y j- -
" . -Tj.. ... - Tr- ,)
Esclfacl of a letter from aentlemaji in Iredell, to
,. Ait friend in this City, dated Jan. 6. " , ......
-""I often sympjthize with-tbeiminoFTfy "inUr
lasi leeuuiure, a.weinas tnaot-conurresswuii
Lthe weigbt of taler,v. on their side they were and are
I i i it.-'.'. ' -i ii ' .T ..
in no oeiier conui'ioo uin prisoners ai jarere, wan
the good will, but desti'.ute of the power to effect.,
any impor'ant putnae. It isdeepryj be lament
ed thai reason is spurned and despised by our
mooern rnaionries. in vne reeenr. caoice oi eioc-
tots in this state, ami In all those voting by eerier
1 ticket or bv ballot of the Ueiitature, there w-isno
ftir' expression of the public voice, otherwise Mtv
Mftiscn .wouUl nt have remained president offhe
U, Staves. t The, unexpected fev9Ju;iQn, inlhi
0incs of ihf people of.-Vermont, is ominous.
,.. '' Thc situati in of the executive, howeverls by
no mt-ans envjable. After all the thrteningjblus
no g. and uuiiyiug, w nere are we ,? , y ittimt are-
gular - rmy ; without disciplined nd. confiequew
lv, tff.';iive m litia ; destitute of rr-venue. .and to!
crown the whole;, with a cabinet d ficimi in en r
; Sr. Fulton has received letters from lis friend
In Paris, whi:h state.' that at the request of thi
bmperor, Mr., barlow left Pris on. the 28th of
Oct. for WilnaT;', hje arrived at Frankfort, . 144
leagues, in 3 days and. ivghtj., -These particulars
plice t beyond, a, doubt that something Important
is in contempiatiobi or the empefor would not have
requested the American ambassador an meet him
at the distance' of 650 leagues from Paris.
The shfo " of -tfie ine Le Suffisantc, and the
frigates L rtartense, La Pallas, LaSeate. and
mdee diiler tr command . of commodore Hall.
have sailed from Rochfbrt and Bordeaux to cruize
on the coast of the Ualwd .States.
'froiri 'fa BalnthoH.itMg .
' ' ' V'ClKCULAlC .' ,,. . -. -
'merican ConmUtr and j-'- cyo'f Prize Cause at
'o the cdnsula and vice consuls' of the Lmfnl
St ates 6t irterica ri 'ng in. ports ot i ranee,
or in. those over which lur imperial jjrize court
has jurisiJiaiart,. '.. . -
rntltmrn, - :H ....... .. . . t
Be it krtowrt that the President of the United
esate nas Been pitasfju o s vperard, to my coa,
iilar duties, those of li Jlmcricun firize Cause at
wiriti' and has Vuthbrist ci and Jiiccted m to
fid,' and protect American citizens in the prosecu
lion of said causes in Z?'ekr, where they .'xi-w le
rrdduced .an'l discussed ; and par:icunrv before
lie imDenal prize court and his maj- sty s cuuo-
ii stare. I am also lostrucieu; to detect and
xpose evrry sbecies of fraui or vioUlb'i r,t the
awftif nations, and of the -Arheritan fi-i.ur ; all
folutltanr ni'irlf.r.t nr sarrifire nf ttip nrnnrfr.
I. - - r f "?
ftgnts apd, inheres;? of American shippers, mer
pants and insurers, and to -render' an account to
he executive ,of the U. Staler of every circum-
ince wn.cn I may consider wr.i thy ol its notice,
P'Kenjing theatreBtavion, de tention or rel- a'sot
pnieucan seamen, anu ot vessels and cargoes m
i mute,, or hi -countries io. wnicn tne reguiatios
id decisions of her mail ime courts and authori-
ies do bf shall hereafter, ixtend.
in order to execute, more efft-ctually, the pen-
iral and, ,'special instructions of the president, and
J oie, secretary ot loreiga relations' of thr United
$y nn J- wisdom
ny i iiig but disgrace."
' lov then can we expect a
M-. Quincy'a Speech - ! he report of aS'peefc!)!
maus t( ihaf Aonouralile g-;ntieman, on t,he bill to
raise-?0j0qg .men, gives n f,:r.) notnn of the sen
tim'.nis uuertfd by Mr. Quince no ih.u oacasion
It va penned from reroHecii' i Vhicll., anil w
done, considering 'h.t circurnsunc ; i ut in x-gar.l
tp'tne clissical laigvnge, b(iiii-irircry, an1 lu
minous sentimets, of the original S;eech, the Sketch
is no more like "than I to Hercules-
.. The Grand Jury of' Wtik.es County, Georgiv
hovc jrcscincd as a grievance me act -passed m
the last session of that State, Mto alleViaVe ihe
In the 4ebate upon ih- army bi'H, MrvHandoioh.
with his accustomed elegance and -distinctness.
1 4 . a
spoKe in appropriate tprms ot ingignant reproba
7ion)f Ijench tyranny and7perfidyv--A-young-
sier attacnedtotfte lee ion wasDrtsent when his
rAas'er's character, was delineated. feirtg .asked
ai inenext ewewhetjier be heard Mr. KandolDh.
it . : . - - ... -
us answereu, in a cnoienc . manner, ? Jres, and il
ineitumpereur had Mr. Kandolph he would tiU him
under his feet,," suiting the action to the word.
. isop- impassiDie tnat at. tnevery moment tms
ttir.etiT o')servalion was made in the dratotng room,
in uorsican Tyer was chained in a, caere, ud
like Rape; drawn abaut for the rhuUitude to gaie
t' aa Uiy would at any other monster.
" V. -' . - . " n w 2
s . . reu.tceji
"r 4 -- 'jymA . .'
- - LATEST FHOii LISBON.
Capf Flemui?, fof the brie funchal, arrived at
ileody TsUn-J fr.im Lisbon, which platre he left
n the.i.rt Utc.inlorms,, that Lord Welli igton
was retreating, his hea.l ' quarters beine "at the
iSt" accounts. 15 laarus4iL advance nf Cm An A
Hodrigo.wiMcu he had left at'-ongly fortified,
;md caoable of suMiainintr an obstinate siece.
It wis belisved he intended t fail back on his
Id lines hear Lisbon, to go into Winter Juar.
tftr.- . . '..-- '
Cniiriua! reinrdrcerrients for Lord. Wellington's
army, were arriving at Lisbon from England A
mo'igst others, the guards, e8teem-;d the fldweri
oUbe Uri'ish truops, had arrived; Massena hnd
rjmbined ariiiv was ts'imted at 100 0'H) men
I he t3ri'isi army was 50 or '60,000. They hnd
uffsred considerably from stcltntss and fornv r
engagements. 1 he trench troops, it was said,
fmg the paueagirs v: .
treating us yxthe mst brutal .manner.
The commander of the squadron orderei one b
the passengjrSj'oQ board hit ship, for (ear of T
rising on the.prire.' trew. J luckily was one t.
thoso who remained .on board the brig in co'ifi if
mentr- Awr,being; ia their possession 9 days,
our way to Alters, I perceived from the cav
window, an English 4 fi ie, say : two or thr-
mues on, standing towards u. We then ha l-
flint hope.1 Some time after We heard th frij
jnil mi I placed mysslf aa far out of the ct.1
wiodow as I possibly cowld, without freitigobsen :
iy the Algeriae oxtdeck. At leiigth th fil-i
came undei our stern, trt about600 yardsilistai.tr.
I . wved with my handt which w answered fro. i
the frigate. A boat was sent alone side of us. 'T-'A
loTjcer asked if. there wjre any passengers on b . K
mcy losi.cea tnere were none, lie wa t,,-
about returning to his ship. For a moment ibl i
of our emotions ! Fortunately the frigate vt '';,
came under our stem, much nearer, say 40 y, '!.
I again waved my hand, which wa&'repeatt V
answered from the fiigate. The officer ags'm c;..r
on board and by force immediately proceeded i
the cabn, which was about 1$ feet squnre, w
U of us confined in it. The ensuing scene
truly iffjeting. It even touched the hearts of . '.
banes? tars,' &s followers. Anion? us wa- a : v
elegant' young lady, madattt Salmon, water to W ,
Onis the Spanish Atrbas6ador of Philadelphia. I .
suffered rauchdurlng our confinernent.
I demanded my release as an Mneliihtnan-W.
some difficulty the pirates admitted it, when I w
allowed toeTTnto tKse boat with my servant, a
a'lout two thirds ot my baggige, thereat bdr:
apanisn passengers the English could noi'demao
them However after a long consultation tu
were given up on condition they would leave! t(
;bng and take nothing with them but the clotht
they had on. The ilnfurtunate young lady w.
oliged.to go on board the fiigate and leave all h;
jewels,' dresses, fcc. amounting to aboat lo,ofi.
dollars. ... . ,. V-
We were Fed on rtce and water by the pirates
I am sorry, to t Itiak that our poor fcllow passenet
who were pdt on board the ship ore now in A'gwrs
and most prob'abjy , will rjever return to their h-Vmes
.The EnglTsVfrigate was the Cossac, the Hon.
captain King, commander, who trested me in the
most fi Un lly manner.3 Also his officers, to wham
I am greatly indebted for their hospitality.
Yesterday, at 9 o'clock, five Sail of the Mockad
ing -squadron were seen about 20 miles from the
Hook iq the offing. Since tfi'en nothing has beer.
n?arti or seen ot them. 1 he strong Ni AV. wine
last evening, probably has driven them 0 sea.
At w York Even. Po(, Jan. 26.
Trier's S a report in town, stid to be" founded or
the aiuhoiity of letters from Washmirton, statint
i sat Mr, Monroe is to be eppointed Commander ii-.
i. uel ot the armies of the U. States, and tint Judgt
Senctr, of this state, is to take his place as Secre
tary of State. Spencer and Armstrong 1 Ibid.
Th U. S. fiigate Constellation has arrived at
nnapcl;9. ; i ,
" ' '. ',.. Profound Public Tranquillity; '
TIl is a singuUi- fact, and subject of gratnlation,
that-no complaint of any description has for some
days past been made at the police-office of this city ;
a circumstance demonstrative of our eicr.etlent svs
ftates, on this head, ypu are h rcby requested to Um of police, (supposed to bellow superior to that
ew York Jiuu't.
Korm the captain, supercargo, or avrvnt cf every -jo! London) and ihti J..vigtUce of i
lAmerir.an vestal rantuiwit mt --,rrl.,.'t.4 j. 'J
Krf:tel in the port or ports .of your cons ula- de.
mvnf, that it is rm public duty: and consc-
Jjiien ly my ft,reat desire-. to ikrive to claimants
fu. ud and '.'.vce, io seek for them Dronmt
UDartinl justice', vigilantly to watch overaiid
r- -vv ni-c cis - is also DroDer to snnnse
n id t notbiug mrre is necessny than, the
opt-ation of the capt , or consiencei or aitornev
enable me toperfoim all that cao be re
M -' u in 'ne nr'Wer.ution ot a claim nH tKii-rf'-
mnt wUl ; be cancrlled whtn'ths f DSP i, fi , ,a!l.
Moreover, it wny be ustfyl .o observe thaV my
price, are offered; withourtorhmidsion r.r n-.
I'f or ithcr cofppe'n! ion. f , , , ,
iou are i treated ge- t'emen,. to report .to me
cry cae ;.f capture and of. sequ stration to
R'lowledtje the rectiot of thfa r ir. nl r 'p,f:
Framunicate its rooteau- ti" K rftm ..... n.. I 4
t ing nouses, within toi diirrici: wiih Krsv
Potions with thniftf rT...;..fc,.;. ,r.-sL.
I tender, you my poo! ..in, friendly aM, nd
From Fortwtal-i-i'.u g- , of -the.br-g
Ckres, from Lisbon, infjfm, ihit the lT.ngr-.sh r
my uo lei the command of lo- J . Willi,'. g'W bad
teturaed td their old quarters in the nihtarhood
ofLubon. . w . ,
Captain El-'ridge, of brig Mrmion, has
l)i(ii!ht utsp.i;-hea,. for govMnment f,rm Mr.
Bce-sley,. ..the mf'rtcanA- apebi fr. prisoners in
London Imor' ant despa'c!:s had iustbeen re-
Dtrtmcfhe year 18 to,-as appeaf s TiTifh tW tH
annual report of the American society in England,
- u or iu.wu negroes were ir.inportea.as slaves
tr'j,m the extern cast of Ah" .a to the opposit
shores ofthe Atlantic," by Portuguese' Englishmen
mJ American?'. I he society have transmitted to
he American secretary f state an abstract of the
names of the American captains , and vessels er
agfd in that illegal, disgrac. ful and barbsrons
traffic, m order that prosecutions may be Instituted
against the offenders, who will be made, we devout
ly hope, to suffer the punishment due lo such sor
did and cruel conduct. The society, have 'also
.Tilde frequent representations to the English gov.
eminent oh the subject. American.
Extract )f a letter from Tobias Lear, Esn. l'atf.
Coasil General of the- United States at Algiers
to Vm. Lambtrt, Jun. Acting Consul of tht
United States at Lisbon, dated Gibraltar, Nov.
the 4ib, 1813
On the d inst. I received a letter from Johr.
Nofderling, Esq. his Swedish Majesty's Consul
Central, at Algiers under date of the 13th Oc'.o
btr,i in forming me that; the brig Edwin, of Salem,
Captain ' Gcotge. C. Smith, 1 1 itien, including
lie captain, was the onljr American pnzs which
had been" "carried into Algiers by ihtir cruizei-s,
a!i I that the report that prevailed some time since
of their vi r.g captured two American vessels off
Okpe Su'JVjrifceat was without foundation. Mr.
. Vorde.ling adds , that two Algerine frigates sailed
from AJgiersjin a ; cruize, ;. on the 17th October,
and as it is likely they will go into the . Atlantic
and cffCadiz and LisbohT'it will be proper to give
this account to all Americans who may be about
:! by ji. Ueesley.fiom Sweden ; e suppose i'o depart from those - place s,' that hey mar be on
Vv .'Aencm consul at fOotter.burg; which' their guard; Capt. Smith wai captured on the
fo -warded by U.p Kldn lge. 35th of r Aogust from Malta for this place find
lspf,.r: i ' " ! m7 mem
AtX. Itti 1812.
on to your public lu' if s:
A letter from an Amertcah:gentlem?tn of much
:Ptabiitnd,informa,kriv tb' Ma friend in
cay, dited't, Paris, Novembery U, contains
1 fc'lowitg rem.Hl" in ; relation to the state of
agwjtb iha. country i ; . Aa. Int.
''Tb government jfeems now to he set
P oposajs for a seulernent of all .diffiruhie?, but
PviqriliiB kaet is vet uMlcd., ; What will i.
i'Fasesoffrsselscoprmiaised under English
Toy,Qrxoindemned, by the covncilof Priztsl as
Mi ui .Fuepty; m toe question were-simply
Ei4 wetB rraJr American, arid this to be
Bv. the arrival of the Flash, we are Informed
that five f -st mailing frigates set cut from B irdeaux
a ;d Naii'Z lodavs belorethesailincof the Flash,
supposed to h. destined for the United States. Hy
the late arrivals from France funds to a large
amount have been placed in thisi ity &: the disposal
of French n . y officers ; it is thertfore almost
certam that we shall soon have some of our good
allies, tfie' French, in"6ur portsi and then which
Lof us will si eep .quietly jn our beds
:t We consent Jo. the'. longest term of military en
listment, not beciuise we believe that'it is in' the
power, of a repunlican government ever -.to recede
frvtn ila military eataplihmentt .whenever they are
rsoffcrtd to obtain upon any principle, but because
the domestic and political state of the nation re
quireheir aid to oppose intertrt to ambition in the
s'atcs, and to prepare for ' that entire change of
European policy which will most probably obtain.
It, is a danger ou experiment, but not to be feared.
;. Salem Register, democratic
t 01114 be BO OhstarJa tn lfc ifii-rnatinn of sTtroto
Bated I knn...!. .u : !ll t . ,i " '
H vwiefe vm P9 PvuJt 1 s
by American 'commiisipAers, thtre
;. r;C: -.Legislature of Pennsylvania
.Mr. Smith; of Franklin county, has introduced
imq, thl house of repu sentatie a;bill granting
to Gcti Arthur St. Clair the sum of two hundred
SaJtem wnh a cargo of winecMrrNQrclerling,
in-whose charge 1 Ielt my. affairs when l was obh
ged-Wquit Algers, informs me that Caj t. Srhi h
was permilted to live at his house, where his sit
nation 'would be as comfortable and pleasant as it
Could be iri Algiers ;but" that so fcAV Americans
had been made staves that th$ regency set an im
mense va'ue on the head of , Captain Smith- I
have requested Mr. Norderling to furnish,.JC,2pt,
Smith and his people with money ; necessary for
their propersupport," from funds of mine-in his
hand', untd the- orders of government shall be :re
ceived respecting them, t.L:,:
P- S ;I anri this momeht informed that the two
Algerine frigates mentioned in the foregoing, pas.
std the Straits last night to (he westward, and will
undoubtedly be off Cadiz and Lisbon. Y
(Signed) TOBIAS LEAR. ( .
Extract; of tt letter 'from a young gentlem an of
- PMadelihiaiU his father, dated Cadtz, Oct. 28.
" sDear Pj,VhrTn rrvv le. I" ha.-t nnlv ttmp tn
Inform 'you of Imy arrival' here but did not e'ive
you the? particulars" iof my escape from our new
enemyl the Algerinfls. " ' Y'Y c-
I sailed from Lisbon,7 Mund for this port ; and
beinghVee days out, -off Cape St, Vincent was
capturerjf trjr the Algerine squadron consisting of
From the Usstx Patriot. i
tioT & Colo wi i h tuesame breath
During the administration of Washington and ,
Adams, the ttue. republican principle 'lsta.,o;V4V
pose the adrhirtiitration in. all. ' thHr operiuposllli
and it seem 'that the. same republican pKacljtjYr ,
should lead us to approve and defend evervi thi it?
v.ncmne present aiiraiiiisirauoii aa: thou it II a lv-
indirect opposiiion to their former precejits and
practice . I
In 1798 a wac . with France was the gtfeatesr
jiossible evil and now a war with EneUndi is tlu
greatest possibl? good In '98 an army ol" 6,90y c
men enavigerau puouc , nperty ; iatz; en ami)' . ;
23:opo reg'jlirs; $0,000 volunteers, pd ripchy
drafted mlbtia arc
arid the riiiinr
u.i,.juii , nil J me l l llllli
nd edriipping tbim is qottf a popular. meaVucs
. In If 94, a tax Oil whiskey and cider 'spirits lerenji
ted an insurrection in Pennsylvania, in which Mri 'mf'
iiiillatin bore a conspicuous part - 'irt,:18i2, 'tbli','-'
me Mr. Galiatin, now secrttary pf.the treasory "c
proposes a whiskey tax. and a stamfl abt in the barl
cain, which has already been sanctioned by thefc I
house of representatives- ; A
In federal time3 a lor.n of five or six million
threatened national destruction ; now a loano
TWENTY MILLIONS does not startle us I S i
Thebill for raising an additional military force
of 20 000 men for one year, having finally passed
iHth Hotiss, awaits only the sifirnature of the i
President to become a law.
The Loan Bill for 1813, bas passed to a tfi'rd ,
reading in the House, as reported by the Commit
t-e of w3ys and Means, with' the exception of an
immaterial amendment. .. 'I ffat.lnt
On the 22dmstani at the advanced age of 8
Samuel Mhe, Esq. a revolutionary patriot, form." Iy y
governor ot mis state, tie was a man nigniy ve-
ncrated and beloved in private life and no less es-;
teemed for his public services on the bench aud in
die council. '" -'
Likewise inj Brunswick tmn George Divii:
aq. aged 50 years ; a gentleman of an amiaole'
and urpight character, ' ' ; - , 'ZL'y',1
In Buncombe county, on the 13th, Colonel Dt
vid Vance, another revolutionary patriotrin : the J
64th year of his age.' A pulmonary complaint ter,
mmateu the useful and well spent hie ot this wot
thy and inte'ligent citizen. '-, .. .'
;.v Stattf of . North Carolina ;
Suflrrtor C'jvrt pfJLav. J.'
' Nov'r Term, 1812 y
.Francis Lewis, 1 n ; . . .v. - ;
4-- s' " L -Original Attachment
Andre Davidson, i , ?C ' ' J ' :
Ts appearing to the satisUciion of the court tb 6
Andrew T. Davidson, thsr defendant " in1 this
cause, is not an inhabitant of this state ; therefore
it is ordered by Court, that pubficatio n mae
three mnintha lUcceasl vely, in the Raleigh Miner
va, uniess the said defendant appear it h next
superior fcourt of Law," to b- held for the county
aforesaid, cn the sith Monday after the foun
.Monaay in Jiarcn nexi, ana repevy of pu-au 1017 -45.
sue. iudermenrnill be-enteted up aeainst him." f '
79 3m Til : HLNUKKNON,, CAS,c,cv
Twelv'e-and-an-half Cpats Rewari
A BSCONDKO fir.mrhe fbb'ci ibeft rtiji
smith's business. The above reward, but no -bar
ges, .will be paid for his delivery to me,' on mvf pre ,; tq.4;
raises, in Iredell. t. NEIL M'KiY. "
N. B- All persons are hereby forwarned fiot (fc
harbor me saio apprentice ai vneir pent. r
Jaau7 I, 1813; . : .; . 5t?;.'
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