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FRIDAFEBRUARY;;1813.; -; . f . ' " - . 'V; 1 Nb; 882w
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Vnl.. 17. , 1 . ff ' '
I SAYS, SAYS If
ST ntXUVEU. iod 6r ! bjr J9bn and Ro.
irt Stutrt fe copie s ihr new novl,
I Says, Says 1."
flftSi&fi-l a MYSELtvwiio t
Dltr(t?0cd) PLAYING CARDS.
I-orrrx ron sale m ore i f books if
srjriQy-MT$ i UI g'tte a crrdU ofj.ne
. fc ,k,. rtar. I xicct t rcceire io few
Urs tcpj4y From PbiIattlU, to make
IttM r ur CiHar1'" -Tb wht!e vorkl
W ut M pc cannot fil to bewj
la VfUs trd. It is onneteary to sav that
W; BOY LAN ' y
HAS Kt-KlltBt THIS wtail irv'
A perott bof is acquainted with tbfe making
wodr ifl kindi of .cruelty and torbflritjr, bithfrto
'..ii! ' - u r . .1 i . i . , "
. t TAYIOWS or BOOKS,
: . Ammg which are thtl following :
Gill'i complete Borfy ibf Divinity, 1 vols
Mason's Spiritual Treasury, 2 yoJs.
Stackhouse's History ofthe Bi6le, 6 vpls,
BcTck's Theological Dictionary, 2 vol.
t tea? m to tut ome knowledge of Books,
2 ke out Kke the drudrjr of Prores
tl4 1 mtbmmt pouii jiruTif, respecta
e?McUcet la.! maf tBirl Ume to porsue
KtearfcUtilMed aecuritf will be required,
if accurj ft m3 - lam of money can be
J m kxtp 9 tbs taarmenf. Letters on the
lieci. f b iietodtd to. -
f tle b ud ift ft fcw weeks X shall en-
A Hcu tnd Lctr ia Raleigh,
JUt stiSrf tCvr jr f Ue the house an
.w r7tii2tre whicfc h atprestnt oc
tt? ft 4tnf hoau an4 work shop. Also,
ttove li.ll"aBfe SE4oiT W'Dowrl and Ua
w Ktt - 11 aU wihet likely 7nS
hkrw Vm tbota wr r f to
ty fs h b ihtf Bcighborhood and who
b acis&AJ fcsUrft ror ftreO. None other
fte r?f Tfcft n 3 U arad known on
ntf - 3t ,
Til C Mrrw i k:J tag a co'uimttew ppcimed
y tW tnoutf cwrt of i;rat3 to contract for
tsaL tl a J All. I M f ountt. d i htrd?
r t war K. iUtaii ndt tfcw day ii iaio kkrboifcet - , , v
tUtHt M Mrivt( Munrr i ni vision 01 xjort uoaencK, oy waticracoit,
Campbell on the Gospels
Palcy's Evidences of Christianity
Nuturl Theology' - '
"' . Moral Philosophy "' - '
Davits' Sermons, 3.vols ' ' -v ,
D.Jridges Family Expositor, 8 wis.
The cora,plete Duty of Maft, by H Venn,
DodHridslkto to .Youth Vs
Co.kfessioi of Faith find Const itation ot the J ,
fiesbyterian Churches in'thtrU. S. Jt
Scnu's f'.RSays y ': - ' ,
Cbrk's Discourse's b Yoarh
Saurin's Select Sei mofrs ' -
WesJey'a Sermons, 3 vols. - :
Gllovmy on the 'Prophecies, 2 vols.
Newton's Works, f Vols ' '
Dick and Perry on tispiration '
Practical Piety, by Hannah Moore, '
Ferguson' Roman Republic, 3 vols. . :: '
Female Biography, or Memoirs ot ilJustri:
ou women oF all ages and countries, by
Mary Hays, 3 vols v
Plowden's history oflrelawd, $ vols.
Molina's History of Chili; 2 'vols, with maps,
Depons do. ol tnc apanisn aiain, j vojs.
S&tinton's Emlassy to China
Life of 'sir William Jones
Carailo on Electricity, 3 vols '
Antcnur's Travels in Greece, and Asia, 3 vs. 10
' i, -
and burning 4f Brick, to superinvend and manage
a Brick-Vard (luting the summer of U 13. lAn
induVrious fcndiSpber man, who can product test U
montata of Tchatatteri- will receive good wgea
on I spplicaHo to. the aubscriber in' Raleigh. 1 v
Dec ' W M.i POLK. t
IJ VVlLLUMSBOkOUGH. ;
THIS Tiyern wUI again bi opened', on the
of January nexit for ami on account of Yavobaic
'& .CAiowftiwand WiH be kept by the Jauer.i-.
Th'o forntftiendiand customtrs to this House,
and tiie puMiciit general, may rest assu
cyUtutHii.will, bo paid' to thpse whp
wOh IftrrrV tqrenucr mcir amy
HAkitiMl .Sit III IMIriitTl nwMj. tM fe.A MvUl mitti
that 'they have long been Tying concealed m the
depth of his minjd,. Wj&ty and happy Ruw
siao e'mpite, whkh&ise every bio in eburu
dance, a i,kened tr the heart 'of the enemy envy '
and dread ; The ppssrsttoit if the wfcpte Worldi
cooid not sausfy him so lotig as the ferttlo' fitlda
of Russia still i' were happy. Full of this envy
and internal hatred, he r vol red, turned, and ar
ranged in his mind, U manner of evil means oy
which he1 might giTe. a . dreadful blow to Tver poWi
er, a iojal coofuHon, tq hnf rTtches, and bring en.
era) destruction on ht prosperity. 11 likf wise
tuoucht'W cunning and. flattery, to shake the
a .kl' .fidelity ol our au6j?mby u,e defilgitfepruf thr
-u. v- n 8anc0laricg( and of p.s temples, to makertU.
fMJB Mhenadal .ighl
oie as po:
rl MJ( t, UUI i;it. TKU Ttm ' efi'vk
has bees leased or Several years back at 300 dolls".
per'a'num, yet e. last year UAvas shut qp, con;
traiv'ib ariiclts of agreement with the leaser.-
It is tp be hoi)ed, ihoiwiihstanding, nat tlie tfoblici
Datnliatre, wmcil lias ininuiuic ui,v.it du nutmi
will again aid and assist in rcviting it ; and tb4
nioA hinrUriiie terms will be observed.
50 : , ( 1 !VfJ7i VATlflfJ ANT.
State of North Carolina.
' . . Suurior Covrt of Law,
Nov'r Term, 1812
Andrew T Davidson
- The whole world has "fixed its attention ot but
Suffering' country , and inwardly -moved, lliugiit
they saw in fit reflection xt the dame of Moscow', .
th.e last day of' ihi existence of our freV dom od .
jndeperidance But great and mighty is the Q
of Justice I The triumph of the , enemy wu of
'short duraiiort j" pressed on all sides, by -our val
iant armies and levies, be soon discovered that .by
his temerity he had ventured too far, and that be ,
could nOt either bylhis vaunted army, his sedu.
jcements, or "his crOelties,, inspire lea ln:o the
V loyal and valiant Russians, nor save hlmst lt from -
de8truction;?.;-Aner.;5TOany iruuiess ehaeavouia,
and now that hefseeft his npmerous trti tVtYy
Karnes's Elements of Criticism , 2 vols.
Hoote's Ariosto, 6 vols. London, calf, gilt,
German Theatre, do. do. do. do.
The Looker-on, 4 vols. do. do. do.
Chaucer's Works, U vols, do, do. do.
Shakespeare's do. 25 vols, do da.--do.
Valts Works, 7 vols. do. "do. do.
Every man his own Gardener, by Mawe ?
Marshall on Gardening, 2 vols.
K-irwin on Maniks ,
Kneef on Education
IT appearing to the sariiUCtion ol the court that
Andrew T. Davidson; the defendant in this
ctase, is not an inhabitant of this state therefore
i( is "ordered by court; thit 'publication be made
three months successively, in the Raleigh Miner-
r' iva,-unless the siid defebdant appear at the next
' '"Sjpciir court of Law,- to b'c'h-ild fur the county
h aforesaid, ow the sixth Monday after the fourth
sue,.udgnnfivt will.ae tnierea agama; uini.
2 ro 2m . T!l : IIKKDERSON. c. s.G.c.
f where beaten 'sndstfoved, he now, with thfe
Original t.4ttathnentt small remains of them, -sieks his personal safety i?;
in the Yaptdhy of Ws flight lie flies from "M.
cow with as much V-ar end depression as he a l.
9mt tiottat "m i&ttawa of Otlr t, thebinlJngf:Ltrt)piiere's Universal Biography, 2 vols.
t&t 1L alt W maKtiaU wbcrrof t be f iruish
t t im trnZeCikcr. A ptaa df ta 'huIJ ug wil;
t iSmwm ftt ty lixM tf the committee to 417
Cxe's Russian Discoveiies in America
vsith naps ami plues,
Pike's Expeditions to the sources of the
MiSiisMppi, thro the western parts ol
Louisiana, and a tour through the int
rior p.i ts of New bain, with maps and
chart. : v
Erfell'a Medical Companion
fhomaa's Pnctice ,
Staunton's Virgil, English notes,
Wihon on Diseases. 2 vols.
Cany a Pocket Atlas,
Virginia Spy, Jefftrjon's Manual
The' Spit it tf the Book
Sntm's.. Horace, France s' do. '
l.l:htls on Population, 2 vols.
' 01" - '-"-.
ivmw.iiu,.,"- sai, tnc
t'ETURN' thanks to those of u ui Friends, 1 the, low
XTv who, in conformity to the Nonce which thcyijus e
vahc ed against1 ft pi ido and in9ol. nee V he' ' j".
Hies; leaving - hi cnon .behjhAtMmii'thriofe:v
away- his baggage t and sacrjficing every thig ,
that can retard .ftht! swiftness ot a':fliXVv'''
I Thousands f fall to th)? earth
anex plreT I irsux h t 'inaiiner oe& the jrtQreh j;"?
pies,1' WhileVweilwuhipBttrnal? tendejrnessf ndl:4
joyful htaft, obseyd J the; great aud praise- worthy;;?;
actions of our fAttthfal AubJtCts, we carryjpormost 'y
Hariri id lively gratitiide to th first causa fcfif
ijOiMiwie Aimignty 00a ; ana; n .1 ru; nexi piaCiiav
vve:' have, to express ur jthunks'in Jhe, nnie. otJteiJ
cotnmbrt, pbohttyto attou.lojfjil Subject s, M
tjuti sonsf iiiiBy-their 1KMelrMfM,i
.... v ,
Irce' 'of th enemy is brought dvyn to
;s cl North-Carolina,
. ?T r rtsAs as i-aaiaa su sf
jftseaar st'W, ttll
tr:eMj'fM'a. Urni.Vl.i'fOi'liis IHstvT f t the World, 3-voh.
mmm m ms-m t.tii k . .
.M. -4 lMt iMlMk ' y
I T ; r f thft tHur twift' ee the curt.
fti, tUt ir the t4 AmaUMl aWer j ur to lhc Hcbr,des
as er mx. C mf Omrt Heaa ftaJ Quarter j jitw novels.
S-s h hcU Cf aw emimy alireN,atr Vivian, S tola.
t-w tocsc. cm the sccai- Monday of April next, ; Mile un Chief, 2 vols.
i ;fie-J e dsiJt the s&td pcuuoo will be heard : se;f IiWIilgenc
Ct f -fit fts ta hi a, 4J jttdttsftt he muted ic) Asylum 2 vols.
'y e4 tas this he aJttracl ttuceiUr icd L iols
published some time ago, have paid up lh .ir Ac
counts to the close ot the present year; anu, un
willing to part with the few remaining Subscribers
who have not found it convenient, :orwho may not
have -'had an opportunity lodo so, they are respect
3 25 i'utlo informed that their Papers will be continued
4 25, until the tst of April next, on which day, if nheir
4 25 ; AccMMis shall not ihtn have be.en paid, of. settled
6 .50 by Note, their names will. Certainly lie struck oft
2 25 from the SubscripUon lists of said papers, and
jtnejr V-COUllW JJUi nuu a nam iui i-uuvwvm .y-
JONES 8c HENDERSON,
LUCAS & A; 11. BOYLAN.
December 51, IS 12, 7 ,
' 1 Ancient Gtttce, 4 vols.
Richie's Mrmo'us of Europe, 3 vols
Mclmeth'sCiceio, 3 vols.
t ttl tU & A'. :i Miaere. Test,
tl ' v . ." A MUKMET. C C.
tins cf lonh-Ciro!ina,
txst e ni a Tia sxssioxs,
et ta, UIJ.
10 av iu) A war.
tt 4 Udav-f W ftMtS
If r.' 10 the iitisticUon of this Court,
&t tint k.uLax la this aii ere not inhhints
l tt et o thcst(44red, that unlets th
ftU dittaiW.a at pur et ur ftcxt Couit, to be
lU Lw afaJ c-o&ty mi tiMt accood Mundsy .f A
frJntu, te l 1.H.4I &r .'cmur, the aatdmiiuk
.3 he hird ex muv .ftt theos, rend 'judgment
eau r I aci.vrtV g?y 14 that, U.it auit be advtr
4 ih ek 1a the Itkiirh Minerva.
9i nu a MUHPunTac.
' 2 25
I he twst Writing Paper, by the ream or quue.
Red and Black Sealing Wax. Rel and Black Wa
krs. Red and; ock Ink Powder. Jmlia Ink.
Buxt s of Paint. . Office Tape. Inkstands. ,Qiil!
ofthe bcs kiiiid. Copy "and 'Cyphering" b'joks
Little 8c .Smith's Music Books. Blank Books foi
Music Pocket Ledgers. Ledgers, journ&is, and
Record Books. I Blank Notes and ClnYs. County
and Superior Court Blanks. ,Copy Snps.
January 22- . 77,tf.
11 blatcJiuk of Carolina,
- Dic.Mst ink, 1812.
tVZZli 5EHS ut dtotk ia the Stc Bank art
KjrtpeuV S s power il Attomy butborubig a
. ;3fc.ft t bluurt or Share heli in- the State
I'iiX enftst Le wtoetscd either by the Cashier of
tpt i.icip riuik str of one of its Branches, by a
' ry puUiC, or ty two Justices of the Peace
4 tl by the latter, tbtir ainsturca must be cer
tld hy ihe t lak cf the Court, with the County
! xntKxed-This regulation to commence on
rratT star or Jaxgaxt axxr, of which all
l3 nif ts cenctrted will take notice.
t "AY VOOPCwhicy.
. ' , STRAYS.
STRAYED from town last fal', a red and white
STEER, three years. old, with a half ciop iii
tlj r'tttitear, commonly termed anunder sq rci'
... ' i: iii'tl f il m,. ,1,
.ais, rta yearling uwliu ui vww'.i"""
inlormaiion of thcto S.rays will be thankfully re
ctived by 1 " WM. B JYL AN,
Whn wishes to employ three or four vV OOD
CUTTERS for one month. - ,
Raleigh, Tcb. 10, 1813. 80,tf, -
Twelve-andran-half Cents Reward.
A liSON'fED iV-m i'he -a uBscTmAf oranflWr
XX" il'A'n,an indented apprentice teethe silvef
smith s business. ! The above revard, but no char
ges, will be paid for his delivery to me, on iny pre
misesin IredeU r. ' i NEIL M-KAYi :
N-B. All persons are hereby forwarned not to
harbor the said apprentice at thjtir peril.. - .1
January. II, 1813.' v, ' . 3tp
'"il ll II I. ,JI I 1. h 1 I ' ' y ," I-.I I
j FnntiDg, -Fecuted
at this office, wan iveatnctfs and the tit-
xftost accorary.1; . .
. ' tCT NOTE. : -.r-..-
The Patrons of ihe'Minerva ijre respectfully in-'
formed thai,' hereafter, the terms of subscription
to this rti'jer will be precisely those bn which Jhe
.i .......... ,.f tUa ! ipa nr'inftrt A pvpru
uii)rr jjuacucs ui . -r?V4
new finWsrf-rirkr is required to make, a payment of
six months in advance, no deduction will be made
on that account-Consequently three dollars per
year will be invariably demanded. The Minerva,
though of; equal sixe, containing as much matter,
tind-costiiig mnohrin-its-execntion .axUtthA-tlte.
Star or Register, has hitherto been turuianei at a
rate one sixih cheaper. This, a regard to the pros
peiiiy of tho establishment will no longer per nut
to bedone. .' '-..; . ;'-'. ' ;t'I! .'
jwest degree 'ot det$u. for thei grea
ilhe'r..'i)ten.v annihilated or madeprisonefstjfe
All have unanimously joined in Hher wo fkyDutti
. .v : J.I. . " ...L.-'J. -.tJ.-,,.:.'v;.
vanani armies nave tvery wncre ueieaieu ine c
- 'pi... j.i . iuVI i.i..':j jl-rd.
cniy. uei uihci Bouiiy nave spavea, dw
by which it could contribute to the increase
strength tf the state, i The merchants have i
tincutshed '"thtfinselv.&a by sacrifices of all kunkSM'
The loyal people, burghers, 'and peasantry, hav., f
given such proofs of fidelity andlovejof their covt? j
try, ras can only be expected ;'pf t the :Russiab':h-J
tionv Thy hive eIousTy-and vbluntalrth'initir&
ed jqto the hastily r&bed levies, and ..bjvehow';
ftjCourage- and resolution equal to' areteranV wxttl'
oiirs.y They have with thei y same force and iiitliMV .
pidity pencttated the enemy V,rg(ment9f
same implements withvwhich thyv-ohly'aife
days belore turned up their fields.)' In this manrie'rY.V
the troops -of levies sent frfml.; Petersburg
N ovbgor6d for t he stren gt hehin g of the, force s uhI
der count Wittgenstein, have, behaved thernsdves '
especially at Polotxk, and other placesi V-Wf bevej
bisiiJes, and r with heartfelt sattsfactiottj-pjereeivvf
ed by the reports of the commander so .ctiicof !
(he armies and i from 'other, gen ralsi. tjiat .jn.seJ I
vevai goverriiDtnis, anu parucuiariy, ui ; iios?. ox r
Moscow and K'eloqija,, the" cnurry-.pehpleVbewT:
armed themselves, chosen their own lad''.a'nd)
but also sustained all the calicniiies that have br:'.-',
Lllei . thtm .with! theii pseverantevof ;inartyi
Often have -they .united thetnselyey th pur;d5;
tachments, and assisted Vnenci 1 jn making their tn 1 1
ttrprises' and attacks . against the ; enemy. Many;. . .
villngta bive, secreted their 'faniiliei.ndltendeivi
infants jr-the woods ;'ad, the Inhabitants with'ariV t
P ROC LA vi A 1 ION, . ,-t u'iH-ii t'., i.. kA
letued by (he cmfieror Akx-u:der dated St. e, . MJ JjAa ml:.: ahM'i
f . m Vhll,l Xll we".') v . vww - -a .-rw j
ttrburgMv..li..:x -,. ivLa (,;majfil.J,
We. Alexander- the hrst. bv tho crace Of Ood, I .. . . ---, -M: . ,T,
i .i u .' im,i him r ttiar marit niiiisaiitiH oi.mcm nxav
ii is wen xnovyn to me jvnoie vrorw hi wnai man
ner the enemy has entered-th
empire. No step or means t
ly been resorted to by the punctual
the peaceable stipulations nor our stsady -ndeav
land even bv their womehV and r numbers . taken i
e boundaries ot our DrisoneVgrwho Iweriadebted fortheir lives to thd
natjiave so frequent. ,,iman;,V fir thoSe Verv Deoole th
fulfilmentof Z", . j ,. I ?U V'
ours by all 'tr'ssible' mt.'iVH to avert the eflecis-of
a bloody' en 1 destructive war, has been ' able to
check his obstinate' design, in -which he has shown
promises on his tongue he never ceased to think
oa war.j . At .lencth.navinsr coneciea a large Ar
my, and strengthened itwith Austrian, Prussian,
Bavarian, Wurtemberj;, WUp!talian, MtaHan,
Spanish, Portuguese and Pblish 'regiments who
were constrained through disgrace and fear, he
put himself in otion1 with this immense force,
supplied wfth vast quantities of artillery, aad pen
etrated into the interiour of Our country. Mur.
der, firi' and destruction, were his attendants on
tlie marcn. -Hie piunaerea property, me towns
and . villages set on: fire,, the smoking ruin of
Moscow, the Krenilin.blown up into ttie air, the
So mch a Punose,and such" invincible t)erse?;v
Vcrance in the whole nation, does ifc immortal bo":
nour, worthy of being preset red in the ;mihds .of .
posterity. iVWith the courage of such a nation, we5! '
entertain the "most Iw ell Jounded hopts. Whilst' ; ,
we jointly with; the7 truejchurch, and the holy yipJ ;
rod and "clergy j supplicate God's a'sS'stancei -that. if'i ,
our inveterate enemv. and the mtcxer oi fjOdsr !
. r.wA knrii(uu. ttijil-l h i ti .lo 'iibH tn.. -i
tally destroyed in Russia, yH that his'deep wrtitfd 5
and the blood It has cyst hiirV; wiUlnng jhinvo V
awow ledge her might and in3thil.;.v?-Jr'
. Meanwiiile,' we bold it to be oui bounden ty.; ,
by this general puUtication before thwhcle wbykl, " j
16 express our gratitude to the varant, loyal, and v f
rtftio08'ussiiUT-;ratSon3hItheeb;: render1, ft,':
temples and alurs ofthe Lord destroyed,. in onei, lSige)i:?