TUESDAY. OCTOBER 19, 1824.
Ji iiechise” shall have a place in our
V/e sliall ever feel it a duty as well
a pleasure, to cherish, by the warmth
patroiiag;!', the opening buds of proni-
e instead of blasting them by the chill
obt of neglect. ^
Mechknhurs; Declaration of Independence.
The facts contained in the Address and
oies accompanying it, on our first page,
V, iur the most part, generally known ;
;t some of them, we presume, will be
to many, if not the great(*r part, of
iir readers. The fact, that the Legisla-
nic of North-Carolina, three months he
re the Old Continental Cons^^ress, and
if month before the Legislature of Vir-
inia, declared the Independence of .America
Gi-epf Brilain^ vvas new to us; and cir-
iiinstances induce us to believe, that it
11 be new to others. With these facts
t lure the public, it will not now be deni-
!, that North-Carolina is entitled to the
oiible honor claimed for her, of prece-
iii^ull her sister states, and tlic immor
al Con.'^ress of ’76, in proclaiming the
■puia on of this country from Great
1 ituiii—first, by the Declaration of the
u/tiis of this county, on the 19th of
I tv. 1775, and secondly, by an Act of
Legislature, on the 12th of April,
Tlie names of the members of the Legis-
lurr, or Provincial Consjress, as it was
uncalled, who composed the con\mittee,
.1 leported the preamble and resolutions
ntiiitiin^ the declaration above referred
, uro as follows :—Messrs. Jl(irn&ft,Jllc/i
?; „ Burke, Sas/)^ Kinr.hinj Thomas Per-
7i, and Thomns Jones. They are styled,
i!ic Journal of the proceedings of the
ruviucial Congress, now before us, “ a
cct Ct)mmittee, to tuke into conside-
ion tlie usurpations and violences at-
iiip'.cd uiul committed by the King and
ailianient of Great Britain against A-
c: ica, and the further measures to be
ken for frustrating the same, and for
lO belter defence of this province.”
The “journal of the Proceedings of the
rovinriul Congress of Xorth-Carolina,
Id at Halifax, on the 4th day of /tpril,
7(1,'’ has been left in our possession,
r a short time, by Dr. J. M'Knitt
ider; and any one, feeling a curiosity to
amine it, can do so, by calling at this
On tlie day of the (ioneral Muster, in
is town, two weeks since, orders w«mc
ceived through the Brigadier Ciencral
the 11th brigade, from (jov. Holmes,
detach from the cavalry in that brigade
escort, to attend Gen. La I'ayctte from
!ajette\ill(', in this state, to the South
aiollna line. As soon as it was known
lat these orders had arrived, men,
ostl) from tlie re;;inicnt of cavalry be-
nging to Mecklenburg and Cabaraus,
en asseinl)l(‘d in Charlotte, in\mediate-
vohinierred their services, and render-
l a draft unnecessary. I'hey then pro-
leded to elect their oilic.ers ; whrn ThoH.
Pul/:, late coloiiei ol’t'iC le^^ment, was
lianimously elected C'aptain ; Lieut. Col.
VfirsJ. Means, 1 st Liciilenaut; Col. llob-
ion, 2(1 Lieutenant; Maj. 7’ro7.'.v, Cor-
t. 'I'his conjpuny w ill march in season
nieet La l'a\ette at riiyettc\ illc, w here
ley will j'('li('V(‘ the escort which will at-
!U'l the (jcneral to that place.
I A paiM])hIet'is industriously circulated
Iroiighout th(? counlry, eiitilhvl, “An
^drcss to the l’e(j|)l‘ ol’the Lniled States,
the Presidential I'JeniDti.” It jnir-
C)r'.s lo have been w rilten by one Jmse
ol Teuncsber, a ^ I^ul('nl personal
Jackson; but persons ac(iuaint-
"itii the man, say llni lie has not the
l^ilily to writi* (*vt>n «iu li trash as coni-
this pamphlet. 'I'liis addtcss to
PtoidcoJ the United StntcH, nine-tenths
"hom have iR-ver beaid the name of
^le rt‘j)ulc‘d aulhoi’, is mudi' u]-* ol' low,
W'>rar abuse of such men as .\dams, Cal-
^•111, M‘l.cun, Jackson, CoHli', ami ot!i-
; nuMi, of whom the country may
^^ly he. proud—whose servhcs and
^inis ar(- well known to t!ic peo[)le and
^tly appreciated; while tiicir shameless
wiler, lor anglit the jjeople know, is as
f^picublo as the stulV which he has sent
UWro dis-nst -.nvl nauseate the im!;lic.
is (iibh oi bl uiuci' nud ity, may
suit the appetites of some of the enemies
of Adams and Jackson ; but the most of
them, we trust, are too honorable, not to
turn from it with loathing. We have
cause lo feel proud, that the friends of
John Quincy Adams have in no instance,
within our knowledge, descended to the
use of unw’orthy or dishonorable means,
to promote his election—they have uni
formly appealed to the good sense and
intelligence of the people—on these have
they relied, and on these they still rely :
and should the people prefer another, it
will be an honorable reflection to him and
to his friends, that his failure is not at
tended with dishonor.
As a last word, respecting this pamph
let, we will only say, that the cause which
needs, and can be benefitted by the aid of
such means, we are perfectly willing
should use them.
The following are the candidates on the
People's Tickety selected by the people
themselves : and are all the firm friends
of the virtuous Monroe, of his wise pol
icy, and able co-adjufors. We feel a con
fidence in recommending this ticket to
the support of the fi'eomen of North-
Carolina ;—and that it w ill receive a large
majority of their sufTragps, wc have not
even the shadow of a doubt.
John Cti/rs, of Kouan.
Mntilforl Stokes, of Wilkes.
Vet nr Foi'netj, of Lineuhi.
liohort Loi'C, of liiiyuood.
Shrpjnril, of Stokes.
J(tha M. Mo)'ehe(/(l, of Oullford.
James Mchune^ of Orange.
Josioh Cr7(f/up, of Wake.
iruNer F. Lfuke^ of Kiehmond.
Willktrn ,1. Jitnnnt., of Beaufort.
l^inc ,‘iHen, of (•ravrri.
Will Him Martin, of Pasquotank.
William Drovj, of llaliias'.
Wm. B. Lockhart, of Norfhampton.
Edward D. Dudivy, of Wilmin;i;ton.
The election will take place on Thirs-
dni^, the 11th of Xo\ember; at which
time North-(’aroUna espects evei-y man
to do his duty.
The Milton Cazette says—It Is not to
I)e expected, that Wm. H. Crawford and
Albert Gallatin should be supported by
any one irJto approved nf the JIar/fard Cun-
vention during the laic war.” How hap
pens it, then, that the very actors in that
Convention, and its immediate i/is!iqalors,
such as Daggett, Pickering,
do support these “ exclusive rtpublicans
How happens it, that these men are uni
ted with others of Mr. Crawford’s friends,
in supporting an “ independent” Crawford
ticket in Massachusetts, in opposition to
a decidedly republican ticket? And how
happens it, that the National Intel/igencer,
in speaking of the support which this
heterogeneous ticket will receive, says—
that it will be a '‘^svpjmt which Mr. Craw
ford's friends will have reason to be proud
of?” Mr. Crawford’s friends do “not
expect” the s’/pport of the Hartford Con-
vention-men ; yet they will receive the al
most unanimous co-operation .of these
inen, and w ill even be proud" of it I
liut “support” of this kind will do them
no good ; it \yill only render them sitill
moi e siis])ected : for,—lo borrow a quo
tation fioin the (jazette, for whicii we iVcI
indebted to him,—
•‘To this p-c!it tnitli, •» viii!vcr‘:c‘ rijjro/ i,
“ilc wlin I'.cs down vitii (.1(1^-, wiii rise witli
Milton, and the services of Mr. Fulton
being requested to lay off the road, and
assist in forming contracts for the work,
he is ordered by the Board to attend when
The Board has not yet made the sub
scription, authorised by the act of last
session, to the Roanoke Company, of
25,000 dollai s, the Directors having de
clined receiving the subscription with the
condition annexed of lockjtig down from
the Basin at Wcldon^5gi*^he question
will be laid befor^^^Ke meeting of the
Stockholders nextWnonth, and ther‘ de
cided whether the proposed subscription
shall be accepted or not.
The "oard adjourned on Tuesday*, to
meet agreeably to the provision of their
charter, on the 3d Monday of November
next. Raleigh Jiegister.
The Pev. Mr. Sunimerfield preached in
Philadelphia on Sunday, the 18th ult.—
So gi-eat was the croAvd in and about the
church, that the reverend gentleman was
compelled to make his entrance by a back
w indow. Ladies swooned from the heat.
II is stated in an Eastern paper, that General
Bahton, well known for his rLvoliitionJU-y ser
vices, and particulurly for his attack iipon a Brit
ish ff>rce on Lonf^i>sl:ind, is nc'w, and has been for
these last twelve ye;\rs, in jail in Venr»ont,/or
heavf/ hilkof couf, M e know not what other cir
cumstances are connected with the confinement
of Ucn, Barton, nor did we know, vmtil the in
formation just given had reachetl us, that he was
alive. Hut if a g'enei’al otHcer of our pcvolu-
tionary army has been for ten or twelve years
imprisoned ♦or debt alone, we have only to say,
that it is time he \sas released.
In tills county, on Thnr3d.»y l.ist, by the Rov.
Mr. Hooker, Mr. EztJncl .Ibernalhv, nierrhant,
of this town, to Miss Luci/ Kmd, kh.
In this roiinty, on the 11th inbtant, Charles
Newton^\ii xander, son of Mr. Oswald Alexan
der, aged about live years.
Viiluafile Mouse iiiid Lot
HAVIN(; a diiftiro to remove to my
fitrni, 1 will sell n.y valuable pos-
hCksious in the town of tJliarlotle, viz ;
a front and !)m k lot on the soiUh side of
liu' (..oiirt-Jlouse and fin the we-t side of Trvon
street, situated near the public square, cout.iin-
inj*one acre of pound, un excellent dwellinrr,
,stovi‘, av,d .'ill nrc i ssary out-houses, and is a d"-
sir iblo situation for a [ji-ivate family, and an ex-
cellfiit stand for a store ; also, a never failing
w>;llof wat'jr, (.-(jual’o auy in the town; a good
^;o-(len ; and on the back lot a fine clover patch ;
all In good oi der and repair. 1 will sell low, for
(•:i'h ; or I will taki' three or four negro boys,
bctw een the age of 12 and 20 years, in part pay -
meiit, or good notes on demand. The price e;in
be known to auy pirsou who may wish to j)'.ir-
rhase, by apjjhiiig lo the suljscriber in tin pvc-
luise^. ' bAM’L. M’C0.\iJ5.
INTERNA!. IMI’iM)\ T.Mr.NTS,
The Hoard for Internal inipi’nvi ntents
m('t in this city on Moinhiy last, present
1). Cameron, .lohn D. flaw kins, I'hoiDas
Tuiner and John (^wen, l.scjs. It ap
peared from the Hep(jrts of Mr. I'ttlton,
that the wcjrk carryinj;’ on below \^'iI-
min.^ton, will be ctmiplLlcd in a few
weeks, uiul if he ( an obtaifi the use of one
(if the Rivei' Sleambonis to work the rol-
b r, (which he has hti.n prevented from
doing since the hist meet iT!; ow ing to one
(if them being under re|,.iirs) it is ex
pected tliat the sliij) clia’iiiel will be ren
dered siillicient for the p issat;e id’ sea ves
sels li]) to the town. I'he ri\er between
W'ilniin^ton and l'ayett(‘ville, has bet n
already iiiiieh improved, by the reiuo\al
of io;;-s and other obstruetions, and every
e\eili(n will be niadv to complete ihe
work as soon as pijssibie.
A report was u reived from the Com
missioners ajjpoinU'd lo lay oil' the Hick
ory .Ni.i Koad, in Hntheift;nl ccninty, iti-
fortiiing the lioai’d, that they had accom-
plislied th'ir W(ji k, and (ontra t(‘d for
making the most diiVicnlt jn.i ts of the
n^ad, which ((»niracts ar‘ to be complet
ed by April ii^xt.
—i'he ^tock ba\ing!,'een fully subscribed
for »,rec ting a bridge over the Dwi al
be sold, for cash, at the Conrt-Housc
v' ') in (diarlotte, on Monday, the 22d day ot
November next, the folloiVii'g- tracts of laud,
viz ; I
A tract of land, the propeity of S;’.u\uel .1.
Hutcheson, containing two hundred acres, on
which he now lives, adjoining \\ illiani Davidson
and others, to satisfy three execution?, one in
favor of Thftiiias ti. I’olk, Guardian ; one in fa
vor of William Carson ; and one in favor of
llammit, against said Hutcheson.
Also, a tract of land, the property of John
Connaly, adjoining .lames I). Lueas and others,
lo satisfy an execution in favor of Patrick .lohn-
son, against said Connaly and James 1). Luc is.
Also, H tract of land, the prope rty ot the heirs
at l:uv of Isaac Beaty, d(.ceased, adj(jining >!o-
ses IJeaty and othi-Ts, to satisfy ua execution
in favor of Thomas Hoyd, Esq.
Also, a tract ol’ land, the property of William
Hat-grcjvc, to satisfy an execution in favor of 1).
Also, a tract of land, containing twentv acrr s,
tlie property of W ah r Eairas, and his inti-rcst
in the unihvided lands of Joim \Vilson, dce( as’d,
to satisfy an execution in favor of Joseph Ikid.
Also, a tract of land, t.be propi rty of W'illiani
Ilaitt, at IWatti. ’s l ord, to satisfy uii execution
in favor of Robert Mlaek.
Al-o, a tract of laml of fifty acres, joining
Ilrinkh Rich-(rd.-,on, on (’ane civck, ihi.- propci-
t\ of sheri'd .It.m s, to satisfy an cxeeutioii in
tavor (jf >\ illiam M'Ni-ely.
Al >o, a tract oi' l.uid, containing l.iU acres, the
projierty of M iHi;un .!uhu-.on, on v, bl li hr now
iiS' S, to satisly an exicutiou iii tavor ot .lohn
Also, a tract of land, the property of Alexan-
dir Kol)iNon, adjoining Jas. Miixwcil tnd o'hi’fs,
to satisfy an execuuon in f.ivor ot Juiiks li. llu-
Also, a tract of land, the properly of Samui l
I'atr, adjoining M ilham 15rou n, to satisfy an ex
ecution in finorof Jolui M'Coy.
Also, a tract of land, the pmportv of Andrew
Dunn, adjoining Aiidrew l.i ulng and others,
to satisfy two executions, one in f;i\or of .lohn
(ji'ah.un, and one in f;\orof l.awscdi M’Coy .
Alvo, two tracts of land, the ]irop rty of Kw ell
Alexander, one of two or tin-ic hundred acres,
on which Tie now li\es, adioining M’Crciskiy
r.nd otlu rs, :.nd one of oiu luuu'iad ;icres, ud-
joining Sterns iV llartis, to s.itisly an execution
in favor of .lolin Robison, ;i^.iiii:it said Kwell
Alexander, St(.phen Ah. s.uui- r and (leo. Allen.
The subscriber h:i\iiig enteied into a ci
pa)1nershi[) with Mr, U m. ( uikiox, intei,,ht
closing his pieseiit bii^.uiess; he tlurtfon-
(|uesis;dl tlujse indeliu t' to him In open account,
to cull during the mi'i.th of ()e.toiu;r next, and
clo.se the sauie by nr)!f, a-, it is nmiKible they
Will not be pi'( pared to (!(j so w ith cash at tlial
tinie. I hope my customers will generally at
tend to this notice, as rr.y time will be Liitj’rcly
de\oted 1() that'business.
TliO'^e VI ho cb) not r gu!arlv settle tburac-
coiuits for postage, ulthe nd (l e\( ry (juarter,
XJiiiiiOt expect to be i Larged a:, h ruii,;-l\.
Chark'tic, Sept 3 A ISL'1,—
Ijr^HE Subscriber has removed from his late
^ stand, to the BRICK STORE, adjoining
Mr. John Irwin’s, on the north corner;'where
he will be happy to wait on his customers, as
heretofore, and will use his best exertions to
g'ive satisfaction to all who may call on him.
He requests all those indebted to him, either
by book account or note, lo call and settle ; but
particularly those whose notes and accounts are
of one and two yearb’ standing.
Charlotte, Oct. 15, 182-1.—3t5
Anxious to recruit my library, and having
a number of volumes promiscuously lent, I
will be grateful for information of their locality.
Oct. 16, 182 k—St5
IWILL give tw enty-five dollars for
the apprehension’and securing in
any jail in this State, so that I get him
again, a negro man by the name of
MACK or MACKLIN, about 21 or 22
yeitfs of age. I purchased said negro
from William G. Bowers, of the county
of Granville, some time in February last; and
I understood he was raised by a man bv the
name of William?, in Franklin county, N. C.—
He ran .away some time in July last. Any com-
munictition on the subject, will be tiiankfully
received, if addressed to the subscriber, living
in Mecklenburg co.untv, N. C.
THOS. V. BF.RRYIIILL.
Mrrklenhiirg Co. Oct. 10, 1S24.—otf
0^ The editors of the Raleigh Register will
give the above ten insertions in their ]japcr, and
forward their account to this ollicc for payment.
ririHF. annual meeting of the
Sociitt/ Will take ])iaee on t’le
last Saturdiy in tins month.
The members of the Society aic ’•eipK-led to
iittiMid at 11 o’clock, A. .M.
J. SMi ril, Scr'ry.
N. IJ. rhe hook, containing the ronititution
and records of the Society, has been n.islaid or
lo.st; any infunnaiion respt cling it will be thank
fully received. , J. S,
^ ri^tir. sub*eriber basing t>‘tablished a
li l ine of 1’VCKK TS betwc(n Phila
delphia and W ilniingtoii, N C. take.-, thisniethod
loactpiaini ihepublic,llnit a vessedwdl h ave W il-
niington, .\. C. every l(»du\s. I'roduce inlendi d
for this conveyance, will be received and forward
ed by Duncan 'rhonip';on, Esq. of Fayetteville,
aiul Messrs. .Sto»v S;. \Vhitlier, of Wilnungton,
at the lowest rates of freight, and least expense
possible. Having throe good Veiiycls in the trade,
commanded by car'-fnl captains, well ac(;uainted
the coa.t, and cabins well lilted for the ac-
cominodation of pasTciigers, he trusts to tneet
widi ei>'ouiMgenie;it. I’hiladtlphia, with its en
virons, has’bicoine so great a. maiiufacturing
])laee, that cotton can be s«>li| to some extent,
and advantage to the o,cners, the coiisuniplioi.
being W present about twenty thousand babs
per unnum, and will no doubt be soon j^reater.
JAME.S I*A TKIN, jun.
f.'o )i III in^iuti iilfvctio nf,
"Sq. North Front-St. i’hibdelphia.
r 30, 182-J.—mt 14
Viiliitihle Proj)erty lor
rflHF. fubscribcr wl.sh-;^
Jl ing to return to Vir-
?;'i will sell his pron-
rty here, consist!,ig of
liundi. fi acris of J.AND, being irpart of
the tract formerly ow ned by Jo.ieph Wilson, Esq.
lying on IJig Sugar (Jreek, about two miles fi-ou.
Charlotte, on which are the following improxe-
ments : a Manufacturing Mill, in pretty good re
[jair; a Saw .Mill, lately built j a Distillery, two
good Dwelling ll(«ise5t, a n»;w Barn, and'other
necessary out-liouses. About se\ cntv or eighty
acres of the land inclosed with a pia tty good
fence, and an abundance of e.vcellont nicadow
grimnd on the tract. A bargain may be had in
this propei-ty, if immediate application is made.
'I’he terms may be ascertained by aj)ply.ing to
the subttriber, living on the premis-s.
Mtrlilmhwg Co. N. ('. .‘It.J
il) 'I'h- editors of the Western Carolinian and
Camden (jlnoniele vill insert the above adver
tisement three weeks, atul forward their ac
counts to this oRici; for paMiier.t.
G. KENDIiJ( K
EAVINC (h clineil businesr, in his individual
capacity, herewith tenders his sincere
thanks to his friends and patrons, for the iib» ral
encouragement they have given him, thus far;
ami lie iiopesthey will lay liijn under rivnrcit
oMigaiioiis, by ciJhng, .as soon as convenii’ut,
and settling tin ir respective aixoiuits, as tiiey
will thereby |)ut il in his pr>v\er to dc\ote lus
exelusive attention to the i'ollov\ing
QUAXTICO CANAL I.OTTERY,
A. M’INTYHE, MANAGER.
Ki vTiiueK y ,\nKii5\TiiY having united th( m-
selves ill the Mercantile Business, rcsfi' ctfulh
invite all persons wishing to purciiasc GIXJDS,
call and e.xamine their stock.
They pledc*! thenisdves to be failhful and
attent.v to all orders entrusted totl.eni, and to
iisi‘ t-heir brst endeavors to ]}! 'se and accom
modate ail who tiiav call U[jon tiieiji.
t'harluite, .1u, 1821.—U4
riTME subscribers have commcnced the above
li. biisim ss in co-partiu rship, and the\ hope,
by tb ir industry and superior worknianshi(>, to
merit tlie coi.tiiniation of u liberal [)atronage.
CUAIIAM G" WIl.KLNbON.
The suhs(.rib>r ex])' ts in a few works to re-
ceive from I'liiladc Ipliiu^ an assortn'c nt ot the
best THl.MMlNCiS, which he will s( II low tor
cash. A. GRAHAM
1062'j BLAMKS.' 5 TICKETS, f
This is a Lottery ft>rined by a ternary eomb?S*
nation and permutation of 27 numbers.
The drawing will take place on Tkvrntia}/,
the 25th day of or at a much earliex*
day, if the sale of tickets will warrant it.
Tickets and Shauks may be had on applica
tion at the
w’here explanations of this Scheme and I.ottcry,
and information generally, n.ay be had
Whole Tuket #5 00 1 liCAUThKs ^>1 25
IUi,r 2 50 I
Pack.agos of 9 tickets, warranted to draw at
least $20, less the 15 per ctnt., may al.so be had
for 45 dollars. —i »1—
ETt'RNS his thanks to his friends and tbo
) public, for the liberal encouragement whielk
he has abeady received, and rc.sptctlullj solicits
a continiiauce of pati-onage. He is pn panj
to do all kinds of Painting in his line ; and cus
tomers may depend on having thtir work neat
ly executed, and w ith despatch.
CCj- P.iin»ing in the country will be done oo
( /lar'ottr, October 4, 1824.—Itf
THF, following tracts of I.uid will be sold for
cash, at the Court-llouae in Charlotte, on
the foMrth Monday in November, t« satisi^ the
taXL'4; due for 1822 and 1823 ;—
Jii Ciiptaiii Ilirgrove's ('ouipany.
86 .acres, reiurnetlby Am^crsou IJeatv, 1823.
13 J acres, returned by .^ndrew Dtin,
30i* acres, returned by John W . fLii.i;, IHi.l.
150acr( s, belonging to t!ic hiirsot Robert
M‘( ord, d( eeased, not listetl ft.r 1^22,
153 acre.s, returned by George Nicholson, for
20(t acres, less or more, belonging to the h( irs
of Robert Alexander, deceased, lUJt h.sted for
1S22 nor 182J.
Jn Caiitain Bliirkv'nod',s Compvntf.
68 acres, wht rion Martha Brown now lives,
not li.^ted for 1822 nor 1823;
5t acres, belonging to Saniiitl H. Elliott, for
18.'J ami 1HJ3, nol listed.
50 acr-s, less or more, the property of Sarah
Ow ens, for 1822 and 1823, iiol listed.
150 acres, lessor more, belonging to the heir*
of Francis Lewis, deceased, for 1622 and 1823,
7?i/ A. CLAKh, t/iiivlij H/itnj/'.
Oct. 12, 18LH. ts. .
Win he s(n.i),
ON TueS'iay, the 2d No\(nibir next, by con
sent of the heirs of Nicholas (.iboiiy, de-
ciased, two bundled acres (;f L.\.\D, lying tw
niiles we.st (,t Charlotte, joining the lands of
I (it n. (.K). l.rahani. Also, a small tract joining
the si.mi, of fit*y acres. There are toltrabU
I improvt mcnts on l)oth placi s. The above lands
i lying so nigii tin tr^wn of (.harlotti., will render
I tlu m an object worthy the attention of spiculu-
Itors. itrmsofsale will be n ude know n on that
dav by j A'.iE.'i Bl
Uct. 1, lS;’l.-4ti* Ct V MjUW liU-.
Jiemainin^ in the Posl-Offirr nt Charlnftff JV. C.
or. the \ft duu of Octubcr,
Benj. F. Alexander,
Edwin I.. \ler;and« r.
Capt. B. W. Alexander,
Silas Vie iandcr,
Ja'ic H. Alexander,
Robert I.indsay 2,
Win. S. Alexander,
John Law son,
Win. H. i.awing.
Henry L. Law.
Burril f,. Buzby,
John Brcvurd 2,
Mrs. S. Buzby 2,
Nancy I*. Mackey,
Wm. MiUt r,
John L. Baj’nett,
W alter James Mille^j
Sarah S. Bugg,
M m. M’tiraw,
Robert T. Check,
Min. H. M’Lear)’,
Cal' b M. Norwood,
Daniel F. Christ.nbury.
, Ai'i'Xauder Nesbit,
Mui. 11. Neil.,
\\ ni. 1'. Cow-n*
.lose ph (jrain.
John IL Orr.
Ehb( r Ptrry,
Mrs. Sar.ili Dinkins,
Dion C. I'harr 2,
\\ m. Porlcr.
Mrs. Maiy Davis,
Lc^ i lOi.ss,
Sainu d Frink,
Milas .1. Rakinson,
Samuel l arr 2.
M illiam F. Springs,
(•entleman undertaker F.stln r Sprlnirs 2,
of brick w ork,
Mrs. Eli/abcth Smith
John V). (iray.
iJr. M ilham Snuth,
James II. Smusoii,
Janu s Stc( I,
Moses c.rrcn 2,
S.imut 1 (■oroon,
W illis (.ibh.s.
Edward (iood 2.
Mrs. Peggy Harrison,
John Stephens, Sen.
.Miss Sarah C. Harris,
Jan.es G. Simpson.
James P. Henderson,
Barnabas Torrence, J».
Thon.ak Williamson 2,
Daniel N. Hall,
Matthew M allace,
Isaac \\ dst,n.
M hittOM V> igfTons,
Sand. T. Hutchison,
licnlln y M illan s,
John p. liatchell.
M liliam Walker,
Rev. John .M. djon.
Samuel Johnst-t+ft, Jr.
Jan OS Voung.