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: J-u-..;t nn aecouM ot snoais to pass
flhTkleiord's banks . Some wqrks should be erect
J on 0 bnks to prevent the passage of Barges
d stove Bogue. areTntirdnfnPttecfcd aI"
Iwingto their peculiar situation, their defence would
fee attended witn veiy inconsiderabbrexponce;
Thescile on which fort Johnston, (the dafenfce? t
jMn Inlet) is situated, is within musket-shot of
ship channel above the main bar, but the jrt is
xoore defective than Fort Hampton. It is nothing
in0re then a battery on which cannon are mounted
tirely exposed, with uarracKS ana a urr- vmujc,
evtdeejplyXiaflf acting -jphe wejfkire and safety of a
lance- portion of our f cllow-citixetis "on the tea-board.
yeayj expectyaaattacK .In propor
tion as .th$ ;$iioVer,of; other : valuable pints to
wfcicli eeptual "protection is extended increases
in that jtio will the probability of a visitto our town?)
so long as we remain in . our .present aetenceiess si
tuation, be also increased. And should we not guard
against attacks which it would not be unreasonable
to auDDose will be made by the Inuians on our fron
tier cuuntieC. To. you, gentlemen, the attention of
ail those exposea u uantjci wui, uuuuuwj
rected with the utmost solisitude,- ,WU' you hesi-
. own rc
Mr. Troy, announcing, the death of 'Edward iaia she expended! 4!od& eneAffeuieiitiia'fcs
late one of the Judges of. pur Superior ! than 144 larec octavo paKesi besides breiac
of JLaw'and Equity, I convened the Coun and postscript. v - '- ; 1 f '"&t4
of State as sobnas r-rirm.iUiiB.,t.ili. ' - ''.r,- -7, r: , -j-
faring with blank. It, however, at no very great, ie ro araw uc-Hucuc w . . ; - -
5 i.. r.;ft- A a ke it a strone' sources Into actuin "to mitigate ine evns ox
s V tht shipcham;el to; Wilmington but. present hitelingw .
Wires could rss upTeyond the teach ot its guns.; ui we inai.y xnoinrowus uuj. - V 1
Jr..... ..t ' ,,;t thU- 1W to attention wl l bo directed, that of a revision of the
' atmain in its present- situation, and immediately laws i-r the government of the Mffiili will be found
iTSUt a strong l--.rtificat'ion or, tU point ct to be not the bast. important. The , proves of
Oak Isl-nd, about two miles be ow it, w .ch woutt tnose aw, are too 'k V, I
notiOry .completely' commit tne snip cnnnei yiu.c iu,.uuiui
mJ tfii lower harbor, but coma si so opeiaie sue oonnai snuuiu, ov r
)n bre6S ShOUiatcey tUeD f ucciAiir-m. umwui M "
it is cs
i to the ueneral cannoiDe etnetent. a
late exigency obeyed- with
If U UV wm't-''ft , . , t .- ." m
fte havrt fiom time lo time expended, aimougn prompuiuac an vcciiun.c lu
6 J. j it:- ... 4i, f 1 K (TV;rf ' AhKoti'ti-h th rifffi ffha were
n. " I fthnil rt hV2 SUiTirf BI0U una w me "simm w E..y... O". . .
Govurnmcnt. but sutroosing that they wou!.r6t,as t ailed out upon the
Uurity of the State
I have the honor to be, '
- Very respectfully, Gentlemen
Your olietlicnt servant,
hae?: Raleigh, Jilvem6frLi7rA &t3
iiA 9UCi large sums of mOneyupon. Fort: John;, -nd; for which merited ail the tommencrfions
. P L . -I 'i L . i I I I .I.Ann mm mil'ini.C
on, tow abandon it aja build anottier in its ocign- iuai.n4yp wcn.muwcuur" 7- .u...
Ikirhofi. I i-ecomniendfcd an improvement of the may hersafttr occur to c M for the inter position ot
Foit d susgested'an increase or gun-bonts. some mO re positive reguiations to enforce oaedi-
; :-jfew Inlet is about eight miles above thii Fort, a- erice, than no exist. Upon an examination ot
cross the bay and river. Through this Inlet a pii- those laws, Gentlemen, you will hnd it necessary to
fate armed vessel of sixteen guns passed and suiltd impose some efficient penalty upon those who may
ptvtVilrnu&ton in tfcehight undiscovered. Htrt, disobey orders, desert or re luso w do duty w .en
r. ?,,orJ.f.1rP nf a 11 mntnt nature. Aforu- called .out under the State authority, in the servo.
Lum. -t thisnlace fon JTwkra! Point) with hut few of the State. A better organizauon of the general
Awino-" to .-tli te.rrnwBeaa and wculitr SbitT is' indispensably necessary;; SI
dim iot, of the channel, prevent the passage of ny of the resourc s of the Stste be t.ppropnutcd for 11s
ham i- rot armed vesis or barges thrnugJ; it into defencer ti.ose officers cannot be dispescd witiv
the d e-Frtr. It will 02 in vain to attempt to pro- In cmformity to an airangeraeot made beiween
tect' i.mington Uiilesa there is smc :p,v i ma- his excellency the Governor of South-Carolina, vnd
ncn' defence htt'us point. A strong "lortirkation myself, the commissioners on boundary on the
should, trcfore, a 9on at iracticable be' -'erected part of tius State, Gtu. John Steele, Major General
Vn it, a d an adequate force -slauancd in itj . lMontfort Stokes, and Col. Rolert JJurton and the
Ejvh. gone t!rout'b tho enquiry into ilis situ?- commissioners on the part of that State, met on
$011, Ec ' "e measures necessary tobe adopted for the the 20t. of Juiy last, at the termination ol the line
pro'crti mi of tW: seaboard," t returned to the seat of of 1772, for ttt purpose of cominenang tlieir opc-Oovci'vient,-.
ou he Wth of August mad a cpm- 'ratio, .s in ascertaining and marking the boundary
mui.i-aMyn tathB Secretary of the War Depart- line agreeaole to the articles of the conventional
ment, spring thy imprussinns In 1 elation therclo agreement entered into between the two Stiles.
.subsuiitiaily .as they -are ddiniatcd in" this" ad-. Our. commissioners, afur this unpleasant" buy-dress-;
cod moreover, asking Ho be .. inibfnied'lsii'ad. best acted on, transmitted to me their rt-
whether it-was the iate; tion , f the 'gene.fa'portt accompanied by vosAyy documsnts. TJieei.un
government to. pay the whole of the rmhOf a scries ot oi,ser.vticnSmuue nyvne auic.etrono. . undeT CoL AVelhom, marched on Thursday the
why w: re railed out when toe invasion took place t mer who accompanied them, the Kev Jos Ca:dw tr, ... - c!;aKP en r0i, r-:t.
vai-ious cxbences- necessarily attending, their and the-artist on the part ot bou.u-uaroiina, pn 1 " 3
The Jhils AVe are happy to learn that the
Offieers of the General Post Office, with a
promptitude that reflects eredit as well Qn their
ition to aer
lv advised that the vacancy thus broduced-should
be filled by granting a temporary commis'sioa td; V.Q'MOKei-.. .:.;-rf
Heory Seawell, Esq. ofthisicity. v 7 te- ffeFFE ( eir erv,cc' Mh& Public
" The importance of manufactures in the breftnt " 9 A,tJClTlONEERS du.iDK rw U:itf MMntiMX
situation oi' our country, is a sure-guarantee that the! They will eiiDry Good -i &c.frifa, r2 ro i 0 clocifc eacit tfiya
The importance of manufactures in the jpr
aation oi'our country, is a sure-guarantee ths
most efficient x emulations '.will ..be adopted by yoti ind Booki Vver n'uhr. ThurStoiliarf
to facilitate the acquisition of every article essential and a wad fire wiVfee kept.' -Any penoa wishing to
goad fire will be kept. - Any penoo wishing to hav
G Jod$, &c. fold in th)$ Way; wdr jileiie Vb end thtblto j 6 els'
Sicwe w'tili invoice'!. '',' v
Raleigh, fft-hNo 1$:$,''. " it
to their promotion
The sum paid by warrants on the Treasury, for
powdeiv lead, &c. and the expences. in procuring
them, when the State was invaded, amflunts to t
about pne thousand pounds. In this sum is em
braced the purchase made by Quarter-Master Ge
neral Bryan, at Norfolk. ,r; 1 . :
Such resiRr.ations tf militia officers and justices
of t!e. peace, as haye been received at rat office
since ihe adjourcment of the last General Assem
bly, are herewith laid betore you . the state. .
yHht letters and documents accompanying this l .?- - A asiortment of tca'tW !wayD for'ialeai.
cfinfU'"'ication, are marked and iVumberedin the i bore and Cpumry Sac'dkrs supplied whb. material in theiH;;
ortfef irt hich the. subjects to which they relate, line., ; Vc.,, . 4 yifTznrr .'. 'irvj'!.;:
have been mentioned. " ' '" '"'"'''-tv-'v
My Private' Secre'tary will lay before; you my ,J- Ten Cc.njs Reward; .ifM
letter-book, wherein ..you will find every mlorma- J '1- BSCONDISD froni iiiy service on thelotS
tion .relative to; my official transactions : , 2, f S-ptemM ia, m api miee' By jg
l criuii nit) vcniirmen, to oner you an assur
ance of my zealous co-operation" in every measure
calculated to nrornote the honor, welfare and so-
QADDLEli) at theouth-Ewt"eori1ieai
rJ ine iviaii.er, ivitign, xit s c -Miiiniy on nana m fcK- i i
tensive supply ot SaiMlei, Hi.e! ttc. made up in .themo4
durable manner, acd in a jtyle 1" elegance ijifetl)to n ne in
bifiwecn an1 18 yeaM vf age, uiTairpkxloii'Wb
iujcr 1n1vt1r aiu apirenii 10 me nau ,'eceive i!ie' aoovo v.
itward. but I Will nut be liable (or tipences. r,&Z'Y.
-re-. THOMAS LITTLE
Rockingham County, '.jf. C.Nov. 19, 18V3
. : c ;
(BT AVTboaiTT 6t THE STATiEOI NOaTH-oi -
Russian M&tliaUan. " Late letters from Li-
ln conformity to an airangeraeot m.de Iwiwcen verpool state that the Ameriean ministers at St.
retersburg were not about to return home ; that
they had informed the emperor Alexauder of
their arrivJ ; .and that they received for reply,
his majefetj was so much occupied w ith the ope
rations of the armies, that his interference must
for the present be necessarily dispensed with.
Execution Oil the 12th, at Norfolk, Wil
liam L'roelor, a soldier of the U. 8. army was
executed for the crime of desertion. Three o
tfcers, under a similar seutencef were reprieved.
About 500 men of the 10th U. S.' regiment,
1 ; ie of . g2000 '
1 dy . lbOO
" 1 do 500. '
6 do 100.
80 du 0 tickeii'eaclv
ft) do ' - 30
40 do 90
80 do 3
100 da ' 10
1072 p-is, 7 Not two blanki io
8J28 blank, $ a prize. , .'
3 i 00". tickets at 5 collars eacb.'il
I First 500duwn blanki entitled to
WhercKi he expressed a wish that I mieot succeed in toethe
mv aoniication 6f; which he had betn informed b the
rat) to have 'some thine done for th? security of Fort coidinij
travel, literally, pari passu-indeed, we believe
the same bat; will contain both. We are in
clined to think this necessary arrangement w ill
burthen the Post Oilice with very little addi
tional expense, and will certainly relieve tho
Deputy Postmasters of much of their labor.
:r witn a map 01 ine nne in inc w .iiuiy 01
Catawbj lands, which was run and rn.ii k.ed ac-
to the conventional agreemeiit. It is, with
'M"m an'd fort HornMon:" and tie third frmi the utmost satisfaction I contemplate the flpproach-
the Deputy1 Quarter-Master at Norfolk, wlo inthe-ivig just :oid amicable conclusion uf this kmg pend
, Moiith of Jutr, as.i hi,d been .informed by the Se m territorial dispute between the two States .
retury at War, had be'n'i .strucied to, forward to It will lie recollected that the" a.a. for the en
mp at this hci. a supply Vf powdcK and lead, srntir-g courAgemcnt of su-m-oats o. the waters of this
ftvit'fi wWb i:'afniirf.atf.rpi.ort to me thtwo sufiMies State," oassed by the General Assembly at their
fflowd& andlead'iould befurriished Jrom tfiutjiost. last session,' vests John tepherA . of. lioboken,. in.' Northern ' Jrm?. This army, under Gene
f rceiving 'tliatxV. exfr .cts from my comminica- the stateJoi Kew-Jersey, and his associatc-V with ; ral Hampton, has returned from.the vicinity of
f firth had been trarisTnittd to an officer whose authori the soje and "exclusive right of construaiug' and j Montreal to the Four Corners, Chatauge. At
ttV-didnot exit utieven to the improvement of forts, navigating ail kinds of steam -boats in all the waters the river St. Lawrence, it is said, tjey were
jfed ir dir.f ,(i,(f -tr: pftnSpect' of obtaining the ex- "of this State, ftr twenty years. . Not long afttr the j while at dinner surprised by a British force of.
jiec.td'siupply;ofwdcr' and lead had ceased, I.- Assembly adjourhed, Joitn D, Delacy, Esq ..gtnt j 3000 men, which, however, they succeeded in
frrote second levter nalhe Secretary of Wr, m for-Messrs. Fultoii and Xvingsion f New-Yurkv both
vitnv fs 'aftpntton again to that ot tjie SQtn ct Au aeliveved to me a memorial 10 00 prsscmeu io tnc siaea. LUereare-some-eotntjcturetiiat Uene
gust, am-Temirding him M the instructions. tnat-Ucncrai Assembly 01 tms oiate, pm porting to ue j ral W ilkinson lias gorfc against Kmston.
had 'hsen'gitren'-tthe Quarter-Master at-Norfolk --igtied by Robert Fuiton,; stating- tiiat.he, ?sthem-- I ,
Junius jun.ui.iuiuift.i nntun iiphl wi lour
his gloons and eicrht row o-nllipc. hua mmlc its an
te a DepU'f ' Comutissary iofpnrthascs at Nor. pattne h use nis inv.erition on the waters of this pcarance here, and landed -seme''' men at Little
To tins Mter I received an answer on-: the 8th
thrs-mi- th, wherein I arri referred for supp he
i of ventor of and patentee-for steam-boat ; " that Mr
ie .Stephens has not' obtained a grat from him or hi;
First drawn Ticket
inarch to the points expected to be attacked, 8c for the duced a difference, ol opiion among the comiais-
smaiUTjiUon which -ha4 been pUrcituaed on tnat occa- sinners as 10 inc pWuwjimy w . ajcumuj m,v
on by persons acting under my directions. In tbe from the termin.tionof the liuc of 1772, accffdinjr
jMJOwmj? montn 1 received trcc euers lomr.mg 10 uic uuc rucm "'b v - ,in,lran"id'in. n a:.;
, ou ' eti i unc uum '' vmn , v..v v,...-.v. ,.-r- . j , ii , ri i ' ti..i.i: 1 j
BowleoVin?' the red mt of- mt romrtiukf,; Tnhuted in a proTisiooal article of eeci as a i"" s.oi.c, iwve a luvtb,
ion, itJtirg that extracts from it had been trans- substitute for tbat article; which 1 now lay octorc ran.H-,,,., or anspoiung ine newspaper
nitted tf) geiral Pinanty, :.nd referring me to him you for your ratification. A map ryf the linens f M Letter Mails, during the winter, on
' or iuchturthcr advice and arrangement, as nght contemplated in thiS.ygreenient, t.ken from actusd'l pac-hore8,on-. the matfl, road from Peter.
-Iecopte.nece,,ary 1 Another from gtieral Pirkncy survey by Dr. Caldwell, is also Jaidl before- you, bn -rff Irplia 1 he new spa-
v a huh iviti l 1 aitvii9 niu llirClll U III JUIUIC
lOO O ,
- : 4800- v
g 15,500 '
; gi5,500 v .. ;
Tlie cash naes subject to a deduction of Ifiecn per cenfjl -f
" dolti saeia
JOOdulIi. y '
,tO dolls, otJJ
Ditto, rn tbe"4tb, 6tb. '6tbj and
IA.k J r"':
t4il, t4hl od
Dub on each day from the 20th W 1 '
the 80ih inelsiv, excepting tho ':. r ? .
Tick.et constituting Prizes, " , W tickets eacifc
The said SO priacs to consist of ine Nombors from 101 Sd'$,
500, inclusive each 20 of tbe said 400 $ bo one jrie tho ;v
first SO. or !ow..ft Number for tbe 20th day, and so reguiarjg
amending to the 39th. -rV;
lK?'"-,Jrujmedtt,aU'vw extract relative Jttv kfth-, states-and praysjtnat .me- law may oe repeater (Jhozy. G
-'tatioiis had becnr traitsniitted to titeTSecralury fnor totne receipt -ot this memonai, i nau receiv- and Gen.
01 ,var, . ana tnat tne ; expenccs mcurrwi.oy me,.ea leucr xrom ohvki &vu9tr y mwuvmim, c"" jerea put
' uiimia 01 tins oiaus wtuJtVrOftu pceticaocy ,i.io wr- cipsiu a 4kuiioi euunaavu i i..v ..iiua- , ,
; HsJ4he general government; would be dclrayed sembiy, wherein tie der.u:s tnat toe exclusive ngnt ...
vwntoiTOaply ttne,laWS anft regulations pr mc go (jo run steamooaj uciuua uma iw mi. irpuvu
fAontt...-k.. vhiiiti-j'MiRfa' TfeAn iitr wr. tir. ia th. or!i-it,nl mvf.r.t6t' of f liftac hiatt. and ni'avs !
reat alarm prevails at Plaltsbure ;
Moore, of the N. Y. militia, has or-
every man capakle-oi-hearing arms.
Cabarrus, oil the instMrs. iSaraA
amtfti, relict ol the late Gen. Ilobert smith, of
ti.a Vhi1mMM Kn riilfl tntrt wr. hn u th. or!i-1t,nl mvf.r.tot' Ol thft2C hiatt. anj n
Airrfiftii K.Ux. Ah!,tirtArh witino- i.r iV. f w tlirKtB ns Mir.h m:.v be rcsnkcted" Thesp ! lIai couoiy...-, i ne last illness oi tniSMftay was
- (1 1(111 U.J l ttttHt-U I V Will ivi .w fc'lMV J r 1 .T .
.! 8rc eomnusMunelt 6ificifiT$e1even--win-commissiut . meTnorials '' and the letters and documents which
' ed oflicersjrand one'injirflrcd privates,' 'pd ;theuhci actonTlianlea them, arc laid bef .re you
fnu) t inspected py aome onicer ci tnc array- u ny tne act to lay ,aia coubu mieci uix m me
linooirife!4fhiswcV 'dollars and twenty.eiglt cents. According to the
sfar..isl;d by tlieTJniwd States.-Indeed there wert .; provisions of that act,- this sum is laid and appojv
turrfi!ny;ers oinOhitedmesmy"T3owd on the sevofal tourntes in tKisState ; which,,
;HhlSr Uni- rt States. 'thereto; SDeciallv. appointed t United States,' 'Oaased nv Uor.eress at
"nwKvjse rolls jd rens they . will Jje entitled session, the state of North-Caitdiha is re
ip pav, Sec, AVhetfthe militia were cUltd out, this pav"s her, proportion of sucit-tax, two
teeul 'Jticbifjf bef. complwdrith, ' .because the and tweiity thousand, two hundred and
borne with 'Christian patience, and herdisolu- ;
TjlionT'met- svith perfect coniposare and fortitude.
In Vyiimington, on the 19th, Mrs. JIaryMosU
let, aatsl no vears.
At the Oaks, ' NewHanovei1, Mrs ;i8rtraA
JStpffnWf Cohsoir't f Samuel Swann , esq. K 2
Iii Kentucky, on the 224 ult. General Charie
ScottSin the 74.lh vear of his ace. ' 'iH '.'
, v -
V the tfcf.osst,-Jl-t- i thctetore pesumaWe. that ra howeyer, may - be vaned by an act f the. General
; tnis particular instance the above regulation will not Assembly, and collected in couformity with such
; . be strialyifilhei'e'd-td byi thcrgeneral 'government , ' variation. '; (The State, is also further 'authorised
hen tie. facts are understood , The . general gov 4 ; to pay "her quota - into ; tbe T. reusuiy ot , the
to. oe entitled
Fiut drawn on tbe 40th day, " '
Ditto. i . 42Jdayi
Ditto. . . 45ihday, '
Ditto; ; . i , .'". 50ihday' ' '';( '
Last drawn Ticket, ( .' . V"
The public .will peraeivei iW rWiiij fcbeme at .
alteration ha b en inarfe by cjnveiting the 1000 dollars intoa
flcaung pi i,;an.d the 000 (djiar ifcto stationaiy, premiunv
Thja change has hfti resorted to for the sole purpose if 'haueoW'-;
H the' diawingify aeltjsj: ia the power of ibe'naoaifeji jl'
ffJJC'l part of - the Ticketi..
I bey ate awselM'iat'iifiwa Kkttha present," general pret-4
ure', individual Jp hot willingly lef thett money remain wjiett)
it ij inactive.' , It Is efore,tbeirwish arid their expectation
to be enabled ta begin the d-a ing ol the scneoie at or shortly
after jhe adjoumnKntpf . flYe Legwlat ure , those who ' may
have already purchased tickets, and do not approve of thefortb, ..
going alteration,-will he"! liberty tQ jreuira their numbers cOX
or betor ths first day ot. JQuat)r next, bat not afterwards.
WtSI'THr BrLITTLEJOHN, ; .
, 1 WILLIAM ROBARDf,
Vf - ' ' : '-y '.. Manager'
i: Ticiteti at. dollars eaco for sale at the Miuerva Office .
19. ,'rr ' v ';- ' . 20 f -
rrrmu)t doubthss will nav tnc militiaUatts.yourt UniU;d.btatesi, and upon so oouik,
itttentioni inviteo-thtwepriftvrof iik1ncscNmcif to- a deduction' J of"fifteer:". per cent, if 1
k- twovisioii for the"brbose of navinff - the local militia, iWore 'the. '. 1 0th . day. of February next, ahdr'
wkI of Jiouidaiiff.ihec4;un4 of individualsTwhp fcirfj ten per cent, if paid before the 1st day, of. V-ay next
. fiishcc baggage waggons,, supplies of pi'ovisiOris or .-luRer 'me to - invite vour atttmioti to:
erhecesnncs for those troops When the statdf propriety obtaimne;,-tne nectssary
.was hvgt:oVr.('-'t u r 'lH: " v. Mi. l-'ihy-loarrs,' to- W reimbursed Aat a- given.pei tod,
r You are now informed of the whole defen.ce'tx- ! and of assuming and paying into . the Treasury of
.iehded to our-maritime frontier, to wit, five;feunW'i tlt United States thi. State's quota, before the
bobts, fi 4 com pennies tof militia drafts, and a tom-i) shortest time allowed by the geserulgovernmciit U
fwny.'of rWillars.-You are .also informed of tlte'1 c According to the act passed by the, General As'
tsui m my enqtitrks ys w tho prot;cuon and ce-j sembly artneir last sessioui, xar oivioing tne ptate
(at t, QJck)ck in the evenings for the purpo of terming a BIBLE
Senc tir-.thruld beffprdv.dt0 our sea-coast' ,.ou j thto districts tor ;ciecung rcprescntattves taLn
"..heriniormed tjt. we aredestitule of po,w-Egress, t!iel elections forxcpresctuvStives from this
det, Icadrsnd flints, arid Iwill here add mutuiio.v&of4 btate, to se rve in the next Congress, will not . lake
l ivery dcscrjpt3on,-fXcept thosmall supply j place prior to the annual elecutwsTor rnembcrs to
Jurchascd my rdtreaidnSr"d by Joeeuii ti, I represent the several counues in tne ueiv vssemoiyf
iryao, (-terSlpater.General of the 4th.Jm.ie year one ttiotoand .jijgjhi' Lflodicd d.teon
' '- , ' , ' - : -..-' .. -t
k- " ' s . v .-4- ''
f$r PORT QF RALEIGH
Arrived, since our last, under a strong con-"
voy, the northern,' eastern, southern and .wes
teru transport fleets' of gigs, single and Jdouble
chairs aiid sand-hill honiea, Having on board
members to the general assembly. IrL the iate
elections, met with some severe 'squalls',, .and
were obliged to throw overboard h large cargo
ef palaver i besides starting nomeroas casks of
whiskey and apple brandy. . Saw many tcrcA ,
but could not speak (heni polities 'running high.--Also,
three New-England avehorse luggers,
from Boston bound to Charleston, with molas
ses for.-' ihel -S.; trdons.- The- comhtaqders
reckoned the . cared valuable, as the ost of
t rahsportatiorf-Wottld he almost 30 cents pr l b.
JSpoke, off Ui7es of Virginia, the U. . ship
Fiesidcnt, Ctn. . Mattison, .from Monipener,
where she had put iu to refit, . bound to Wish-
. , iBible Society, '
THE friends of ihe religion of Christ--tkJ
1 friends frtunkVi?d, in theStarV- l Not a Carolii a, arti
iiivitdVitbiut' distinction of tienotni'iHtion, toa'tend a meet-.
mg a' the State House in ttateigti. on M 'noay tne xytn una.
SOCIETY a Society fur 'tbe gratuitous c"istribuiijn tof the
Svrtt S.:rttinrtt.-LK constitution will be prcpar-d am' then
laid before thVmeetirig ftr beii adopion ir.d oiganizs'ion.''
'"Nfovernberlf, H'tJ"'-'i.'-' i-'.:., . - '' I? 3t.! '
f iu corn-
Was luformed she had
1 y Virtue of a Deed of Trusty executed to tft0
subscriber by Beruon Card, of the city ol'Raleigh, will ba '
exjjfied to public Saler ar the premises, orie half of the rigb. ....
to t)e HOUSE wbcreuulte said Card now resides, and whiti ,
is luuated oeuh lot Itnowa Itttae plan of .said City. by No...
38, togetiier with alUhe imprvmtnjs thereon ereCtfd L:Jc- -
wise, oe'e fourrwbeel wsgoo, gear and four horses, the ier
ofsalt will ee cMh.x -r -. ."'"'.' ''' ' ' ; ..
.l-J BEVERLt DAKIEL, Trustee. f
Nrverober 12 1,813.
IiOYLAN has remeved his Bo
to the uiw noose M oojr 10 10 ou
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