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- - aMcmr, trtM!T"Tne itcKirrfsr t
Editor of the Nortlt-Carolinian, and in all cases
post-paid.
JC73 Subscribers wishing to make remittanc s
Hy mail, will remnnber lhat they can tlo sr free of
postage, as Fo.il musters ar authorized by law to
franklettcrs enclosing remittances, if written by
them-ielrcs, or the content s known to them.
lrlccw of .3ob Work :
HAND 1JILL.S, printed on a medium, royal,
or super royal sheet, for 30 cop es,
For 50 copies,
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HORSE RILLS, on a sheet from 12 to 18
incites square, 3( copies,
Over 18 inches, and not. exceeding 30,
CARDS, lare sic, single pack,
Aa;i for every additional pa k,
Smaller sizr'a in proportion.
BLANKS, when printed to order, fur 1 quire, 2
And for every additional quire, under 5, 1
Kxceedin"- 5 quire?.
ntRniTl.A l!S IWITATION 11' -Ivb. 1 J, aiK
all kin.ls of IV )K & JOU PRINTING, executed
cheap for CASH.
THE FOLLOWING
BLANKS!
Kept constantly on hand
AND FOIl SALE AT, THE
CArcoLiriiAiM" orrics:
CHKCKS, on liank of the State, and Cape
Fear Hunk.
PROS ICC U riON F.ONDS, Supr. Ct.
MARRIAGE L1CF.NSKS
VENDl KXl'O., constables levy
COMMISSIONS to take depositions in cqui
tv, and Supr. court
AFFE RA NC E BONDS
WRITS, Superior and Co. Ct.
CA. SA. Su;ir. Ct.
INDICTMENTS for Affray, and Assault
and Rattcry, Co. ami Sup. Ct.
CERTIFICATES, Clk. Co. Ct.
JUllY TICKETS
ORDERS to ovnrser rs of Roads
BASTARDY BONDS
TAX RECEIPTS
WITNC TtOKE ra- - t -
EJEC I'MENTS
PATROL NOTICES
L 'T r EI. of A D M IN 1ST R ATION Bonds
Deeds, common,
Sherifl 's Deeds,
Constables Ca. Sa. Bonds,
Do Delivery do
Appeal Bonds
Equity Siilpanas,
Superior Court Fi. Fa.
County Court Sci. Fa, to re
vive judgment.
County Court Sul.pff.-nas,
Superior Court Wavrt nts,
Bonds for Col'nl. Apprentice.
Apply at this" OfIiee- ' - . . t'
Sept." 25, 1S11
135-tr.
mv GOODSASD giieap:,
r-TIlIIE Subscriber lias received bis fall and winter
JLL -CTpCK OF, GOODS, ernbracma "general
assoHrnt ot k ' --'.' " -".i-- ".
STAPLE 'DRV GOODS,
Fur mutJVoot HatSf1 Selelte and Sealskin
Caps, Blankets, Shots, IJardicare and ' ;
Cutlery, Crockery and Glass leai-ey-
t ' cut - tnd . 'wrDuglu JSlails, ! -' . " :
?. Sittcdes and English Irony assorted,, 4
: Trace Chain; JffoUoiir ware. Scl &c$lc4
-T- - IT 11,1 r J n II. I YUA. -
All cf which will hr- sold low for CASH, or ex
diun.d for COUNTRY PRODUCE. Please
give me a call before vou buy.
CANNON C A IS ON,
Hay street nearly opposite the Hotel.
Sept. 10, 1841. 133-6m.
BUCKWHEAT FLOUR !
For sale lV
Nov. 10. 1S41.
GRAYSON BUTTER.
A PRIME ARTICLE,
For sale by GEO. McNEILL.
Nov. 10, 1841.
now
FISH !
IVBLS. TRIM'D HERRINGS.
10 Rbls. Roe do.
j() I lull Barrels Shad.
10 Bands Mullet
Fr sale by
Nov. 10, 1S4I.
GEO. McNEILL.
State of North Carolina,
DUPLIN COUNTY,
ns Veto-
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessio
ber Term, 1841.
William Bonus,
1 Original Attachment Lcv-
: ietl on one nero Crl named
' Charlotte, and summoneU 1
Alonzo B. Williams, K K mv as Garnishee.
7TT appearing to th satisfef ion of the Court thr.t
U lh- defendant in tins case is n.i
.a tliia State. It is tlviefore ordered, that publication
made in the North Carolinian, a newspaper prm
ted in Favctto illc, lor six w c ks, ior u. saiu ..u .
tJ U. Williams p rroual! to bo and nppear at
th
next Term of said Court, to be held for the County
rn.,r,i.M nt tVi Court House in Kenansville, on
the third Monday of Januaiy next, then and there to
tlearl answer, or replevy t aici auaenmem, oi ner
L:. !jinni final will be entered against him,
und the property levied on condemned to satisfy the
Plaintiff urntana.
Witness Jaraes Dickson, Clerk of said Court, at,
office, the 3d Monday in October, A. D. 1841, and
In the 6Cth year oi our inanrriiuciic-.
146 6t. JAMES DICKSON, Clerk.
State of North Carolina,
DUPLIN COUNTY.
nf Tlcn and Quarter Sessions OcloX
yiJUt a. v-i a
ber Term, 1S41.
Original Attachment Led
Gibson SiOan, . ied Qn one ner0 gjr namel
SEGARS.
RINCIPE AND HA-
NA SEGARS, a wood ar
ticle for retail, received and for sale at the Sfore of
W. PRIOR.
October 16, 1841. I38if '
FRUIT, JSJYUFF, TOBACCO.
TfJT LPT constantly on hand at the Store of the
Subscriber,
Soil and hard shell Almonds,
Jirazil and Aladeira Yuts, Filberts.
liaisons, Prunes, Citron, Crackers,
Alace, A utmcsrs, Clorcs, Cinnamon.
Macabojj and Scotch Snuff'.
SnioLinx and Chewing Tobacco; JWuslard.
ALSO, a irood assoitment of STUART'S CEL
EBRATED ST12AM KEl'INEl) f "AX 13 V.
W. PRIOR.
October IG, 1841 I3S-tf
WOULD respectfully in
form his frien s and
the Public generally, that he
still continues to carrv on the
TIN & SHEET IRON
WARE MANUFAC-
- TORY, at his old Stand,
tc ' on Gillespie street, a tew
doors South of the Market House.
AM orders thankfully received and promptly at
tended to.
Oclwber 2, IP41. 136-Gm.
THE SUBSCRIBER, Offers for
ale, at the Store lately occupied by Messrs Bcnbow,
& Co., on llav Street, a variety of
ENGLISH, FRENCH-A NT) GERMAN
COLOGNE and FLORIDA WATER, BEAR'S
GREASE and OIL, ANTIQUE OIL, POMA
TUM, CIRCASSIAN and COLD CREAM, OX
MARROW, PRFSTON SALTS. EXTRACTS,
SHAVING SOAPS AND CREAMS; HAIR,
CLOTH, TOOTH, and FLESH BRUSHES;
POWDER PUFFS and BOXES; RAZORS; PEN
and POCKET KNIVES; SCISSORS; SHELL
SIDE, DRESSING and POCKET
C03IBS,
Steel Pens; Pocket Books; Backpammon Boards;
Dico Boxes, Battledoors and Birds, Gentlemen's
Drrsin Cases; Hooks and Eves; Fishing Lines
and Hook?; Percussion Caps, (ribbed and plain;)
Matches; Snuff and Tobacco Boxes; Plated Corks,
for decanters; Maibb s; Slates and Pencils; Wafers;
Note Paper; Sun Glasses; Teething Rings; R.
Hemming & Son's tlri'led eyed Needles; Silver
Thimbles; Silver Ever-pointed Pencils; Black snaps;
Glass Inkstands and Ink; Quills, &.c. &.c.
ALSO
A good assortment of
VIOLINS, FLUTES, AND FIFES,
Violin Jloics, Strings, Jiridges, and Screws;
Clarionell llacds; Tuning' Porks, and
JWusic Hoxes.
All of which will be soi l cheap fr CASH.
W. PRIOR.
October 10, 1341. 135 tf-
- FAYETEViEXS4irX-IDAY, JANUARY 81842.
MOFFAT'S LIFEi
for sale at the. Post
Volume 3. Number 1 50
V X A"IIr 1JV 11 J. 'l Alii. hE AND HARWESS MAKING.
u nee at JUumutriourr v
JOHN N. DORR, A&nt &c.s&l A
fTTlhese Medicines arc indebted for their nrjci"
JUL tneir niaoiiesi anu bcbsidic action in pur.
thin cnrinors and chanflfels of Hfo'and ondtiin
witn reneweo lone aiWtjsgoT. - in roanyrtaw ,
certified cases which 4av" i made jjublic, f
aJiru8t''cverv species of v which, ihe :
frame is liable, the M 1 ot MOFPi
fcl FE PILLS AND Jpv 13iTTERS4
been : gratefully (and pijafimolodgp&tyAbti,'
person s bene Ui tvdfs tiKxraio ! wewf prf-?.'
it", unacquainted vxith th Ccintifuily 5jof
pnncipies upon mrwcaraey arpr:iwV-yi
upon vljich Utey 4wil;frviJ
1 1 Si'bscrilMT bass lea ve to inform thft publ c.
rJ 7 9 co,inced the ahove business on
arkef 8quare next dr.or lo Mr James R. Gee's,
I etc he will kc p constantly on hand and f..r sale,
V jfaS'' Parmcljc, Sulky, Carryall, and Wagon
MAENEKS.
JlD&LISSf rftcery quality and price,
short, everyorf i usually foutnl
"JP-': Picons wisbing to buy, woi
, (and examine, bis work before no
hi n urn--nrrr - . . r ""fti-'rr ty rt, . f-: jTr
a rat o
pcratrou isrto loosen from the coats of the sfoj-
mach arut bowel the vaMjjs4(npuritic9L and ertrH'
tics constantly settling around them ; and to remove
the hardened fasces which collect in the convolu
tions of the smallest intestines. Other medicines
only partially cleanse these, and leave such collect
ed masses behind as to produce habitual cstive
nss, with all its train of evils, or sudden diarrhoea,
with its imminent dangers. Tins Tact is well known
to all regular anatomists, who examine the human
bowels after death ; and hence the prejudice of those
well informed men a gainstjuack medicine or med
icines prepared ant heralded to the public by igno
rant persons. The secoud effect of the Life Med
icines is to cleanse the kidneys and the bladder, and
by this means, the liver and the lungs, the healthful
action of which entirely depends upon the regularity
of the urinary organs. The blood, which takes its
red color Irom the agency of the liver and the lungs
before it passes into the heart, being ihus purified by
them, and nourished by food coming from a clean
stomach, courses freely through the veins, renews
every part of the system, and triumphantly mounts
the banner of health in the blooming cheek.
MOFFAT'S LIFE MEDICIN15S have been
thoroughly tested, and pronounced a sovereign rem
edy for the Dyspepsia, Flatulency; Palpitation of
Heart, Loss of Appetite, Heart-bum and Head ach,
Restlessness, Ill-temper, Anxiety, Languor and
Melancholy, Costiveness, Diarrhoea, Cholera, Fever
of alt kinds, Rheumatism, Gout, Dropsies of all
kinds, Gravel, Worms, Asthma and Consumption
Scurvs, Ulcers, Inveterate Sore, Scorbutic Eruption
and Bad Complexions, Eruptive Complaints, Sallow
Cloudy, and other disagreeable Complexions, Salt
Rheum, Erysipelas, Common Colds and Influenza,
and various other complaints which afflict the hu
man frame; In Fever and Ague, particularly, the
Life Medicines have most eminently successful ; so
much so that in the Fever and Ague districts, Phy-
sicians almost universally prescribe them.
REMOVAL.
f" HAVE removed to my former old Stand, one
J1L door est ot the linnk ot Cape Fear, where I
am prepared to attend to the AUCTION AND
COMMISSION BUSINESS, as usual. All orders
will be attended to.
AMOS KIMBALL.
December I, 1841. 144-tf.
JL
oUDscnuers im v i u ir u un i iirca-
ecutors to the last will and testament of Foun
tain Lain, deceased, at the Decern ber term of Cum
berland County Court, i84I: All persons having
claims against the said otate are requested to pre
sent them tor settlement within the time prescribed
b v law, or this notice will be plead in bar of recovenrj
ana alt jjersens inue.ui.-u 10 lue saiu csiaie, arueaif
estly requested to come lorward and settle tne sa
as longer indulgence cannot be siven.
JOHN H. HALL
CONSTANT JOHNSON
Dec. 7th, 1S41. 14G-6t.
ealfr
saiio
T1
LANDS FOR SALE.
HE Subscribers will ex; ose for sale on a cred
it of six months, th-j following valuable tracts
of Land, belonging to the Estate of the late StepLen
Hol'inrswo'lh, deed. !
3 00 At-res in Cumberland Con-ly,
25 O lo Bladen do
1 5 O do owned joinlly by llollingswortli and
Barksdale on the Galtberry,
50 do joining the home place.
ALSO ;
A few thousand feet of
Tin; sale will take plac at
Steimen Ho'lingswi
of January next.
i
NEW GOODS.
IIE Subcribers arc now receiving bv
crivals t-em 1 lie North, their FAL
WINTER SUPPLY OF M ERC 11 A N D1Z
istill"r of a Iai"'e and general assortment of
HARDWARE A
Hats and
br
TUK'irVft. "fTV Tfc lF
the, J p o
in a SadJlert
uld do well lb
iTe, -ass he 18 iteleimined fA VCRV 1 flW
fiT ff nsual ijnae to piui' timl cu-.
win m niinu
Jino prompUy attended to, nnd motlerate xhare
nale. J. S. RAiJOTEAy.
Spt: 59. 184 1. I36-3m.
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS
J. & J. KYLE
HAVE just received hy the last
arrivals from the North, a large and
splendid assortment of
Id uy goods.
f Jimong which are
Superbr clo h and Cassimcres ; Sattincts :
Kentucky Janes; white, rod, and sreen Flannel,
4-4 and f-4 ; Merinos, French and Englit-h ; 2100
pieces Calico; plain Muslins; Bishop Lawns;
Irish Linens. L-iwns and Diapers; Bolting Cloths,
brown aid bleached Domestics, from 3-1 to 6-4;
with many other articles. All of which, being
bought at the lowest Package price, are offered at
reduced prices, by Wholesale or Retail, for Cash,
r to punctual Customers on the usual time.
September C, 1811. -134-tf.
HATS.
J Ii. & 3D. G-Z2E,
RETURN their thanks for tho liberal Pationagc
they have received and take pleasure in in
forming their Friends and Customers, that they con
tinue to Manufacture all kinds of HATS, also, to
keep a supply from the most Fashionable Factories
in Now York, and Philadelphia.
JiLSO
FURS, HAT -TRIMMINGS &c. &c.
Ociober 30, 1341. i4Qy
SW AIM'S
XO RTHCA UOL1N A
EXECUTOR:
CONTAINING the Statutes aueS common Law
of this State, together with the decisions ol the
Supieme Comt, and all the necessary foima and
precedents.
Intended as a convenient Manual, and a safe
PLANTER'HOTEL,
FOOT OF HAVwrbuif T,
Wayttlcvttlf, Vi.
t
rfjinu. sDfritier navuig opened imat large and
J3L' CommMlioo8 Uouseon Hay Street krWwn as
ti PLANTER'S HOTEL; is now prepared to -commodate
Boardrrs af I TjrreUero upu moderate
terms, bhe trusts th; f sti ic.attenlion and he? inti-
mate acquaintance wjjh Uic buinss, w.Hl '-nsure a
lihernl poitioti ftjT tuephlionagWof tl.e public the
table u ill be furnished w ith the If.si the Mai kef af
fords, and the stables wilheaeeful and attentive Ost
Icrs. r x ". .. - - .
v V"'. : Vannbrown. v
,Notember J3, 840. . . 142v
r : . ' r-
adding near six millions to the twenty-three
millions appropriated by the Van Buren part
lor the jj, ear 1841? take $25,OU0 of the public
money topay the log-cabin clecrioneering ex--penscs
of one-tnan; borrotv twelve millions of
money; suppress debate in Congress; lax us
six or eighCmillions more by a tax of 20 cents
on ejt'erydbllara worth of Steel, Iron, Mo4as
ses, Sugar, ''Salt, &c. &c, imported. B it
therefore jt " - Ji
Resolved, Tnnt the policy? and practice f
the. last Whig Legislature, in utteoiptiDg to
Pompeii by law the honest farmers to pay
600,OCO . of other imprudent persons dsbts:
tne
to
T3! Tu l-23eS' nnVi s? inner4r Va riltus'kiii7s a ppoi Iif-
cl by the Courts. Clerks. Sberifls and uJI other nub ic
otlic rs. In short i: is intended for the benefit of all
persons public or private, who are or possibly may
be interested in the proper management of the ea
tnf s of deceased persons with the least trouble and
ejp- nse possible, according to the laws now m force
For, besides the legal matter above mentioned encr-
ally it embraces the kindred subjects r f wi:li of land &
personal property, Legacies, Distributive shares of
evtatcs, Rules of Descent, Partition of estates real
and p.-rsonal among those entitled, Dower and other
provisions for Widows, &c, &.
Among the lorms it contains, are. all the ns
ceary Legal p-ocess, Wills, Bonds, Oaths, Deeds,
I
liils ol sale, Leases, rorrn of Account, Petitions,
Affidavits, Adertiscments, Commissions, Notices,
Wrrits, Returns, Reports, &c. &c. in all. near &
hundied in number. And is behevtd. bv erood
judges, to bo the largest, as well as the most practi
cal and unproved collection of Foims now extant.
This Book has just been published. It contains
248 octavo pages, (same size as those of the North
Caro'ina Justice ";) well bound in law binding;
and, in consequence of the scarcity of moi.ey, as
well as to place it with-n the reach of every person,
it is now offered for sale at the low'pi jce of $ I 50 by
retail. Merchants and others who buy a quantity
to sell again, can ha ye a 'reasonable reduction in tho
price.
IdJApp-y at the Printing Office in Asheborough
Rando'pn County, N. C., or at the North Carolina
Book -Store in Raleigh.
BENJAMIN SWAIM
Dee. 8th. 1841. 1 49.-3t. Author & Proprietor.
vX
State of North Carolina.
SAMPSON COUNTY.
Couij'i;f tr'd-ul'dvl Quarter Session
' .bv the LandJr'rm, 1S4L
Yl S ..ith bv II, I jo s,
"iV Icr-amlsjHie uual
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions -JS'o-f
ember Term, 18-11.
Sabra Porter
Real Es:at. of Vr f' ' Dwc- r.
Hart well Poitei, doe'd J
IT appearing to the Couit thnt John Porter, one
of the h- irs at law ef Hartwell Poiter, deceased,
is not an inhabitant of this State, it id therefore r
dcr d: Thit publication he made for six weeks in
the North Carolinian, printed in FuvcUevilltf, for the
said John Porter to appe-r at the next teim of this
Court, to be held tor the County of Sampson, at the
Court House in Clinton, on the 3d Monday in Feb
ruary nxt, and plead, answer or demur to said pe
tition, otherwise the same will be taken j ro confesso
and heard ox parte as to him.
Witness Thomas I. Faison, Clerk of said Couit,
at office in Chn'on, the 3d .Monday of November,
A. D. 1841, and 00th year of American Indepen
dence. 1 19-Gt THOMAS I. FAISON, C!k. C. C.
State of North Carolina,
CUMBERLAND COUNTY.
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions De
cember Term, 1841. .
Joseph W. Evans, Ex'r. of Joiah Evans, sen., dee.
vs.
The Heirs at law and Legatees of Josiuh Evans,
senior, deceased.
Will Propounded for Probate. v
JOSEPH W. EVANS comes into Court and dc
posites three paper writings, purporting to be the
last Will and Testament of Josian Evans, sen. dec.,
whereupon the Couit ordered that notice should is
sue to the following persons, (the wid-jw, heirs at
law, and next of kin cf said deceased, and persons
purporting to be interested as legatees.) Sarah Ev
ans, willow of deceased, Catharine Evans, widow of
1 nomas Evans, deed.. John Evans, Peleg Pearcc
and Alary E. Pearee his wife, Jonathan Evns, Jas.
Evans, Dickson Evans, Mary Ann Evans and Cath
arine Evans, daughters of Thomas Evans, deceased,
and Alary A. Evans, minor, child of Josiah Evans,
junior, deceased.
AND it appearing to thesatisfanfion of the Court
that John Evans and his children, whose names
are unknown to the Court, and Dickson Evans are
a paper published in the town pf Ffcyeticvilte, for
six successive weeks, tc tho end that the said per?.
sons may all he present at the term of this Court to
be hatd for the County of Cumberland, at the Court
House in Fayetteville, on the first Monday in March
next, to witness the probate ol the said paper wri
tings, or such of them as maybe adjudged by the
Court to be the last Will and Testament of the said
Josiah Evans, senior, deceased.
Witniss John McLaurin, Clerk of our said Court
; at office in Fayetteville, the first Monday of De
cember, A. D. 1841, and of American Indepen
dence the 66th.
149-6 JOHN McLAURIN, Clerk.
Fiom the North Caro'ina Standard.
Meeting; in Orange
At a large and respectable mcetiug of the
Democratic Republicans of the County of Or
ange, held at the High Falls Factory, on Sat
urday the 11th of December, 1S41: The meet
ing was organized by the appointment of Gen.
Benjamin Trollinger Chairman, and Dr. B.
Walker and D. A. Montgomery Secretaries.
The object of the meeting was explained by
the Chairman, in a brief and appropriate man
ner. On motion of Dr. Watson, a committee of
live was appointed by the Chairman, to draft
resolutions expressive of tho views of the
meetiuo. h"n 4Jr. L. r . at .son,
Wm. Hall,
npomt-
lurujug out ot ocico e?ejr4rarT3w wiu
party tvrannand despotism, and" wilf be re
sisted in every shape and form, until the acts
are repealed and tho actors turned out ofpo.w
er and place.
Resolved, That the loaning out largo sums
of the people's money tu corporations and
companies and concealingtheir defalcations,
and the suspension by the Banks while they
divide largo dividends of profit, is unpardon
able. ' .
Resolved, That the lata extraordinaryjtes
sion of Congress was a fraud upon the pejbplo,
and all its acts of a like character; nuJ that
we will set our faces against iheso acts, and
agaiust nil concerned, and against all who ad
vocate them.
Resolved, That we disapprove a National
Bank, on individual capital, or auy form, to
discount paper. ' ,
Resolved, That wo approve Pjesident Ty
ler's veto on the Bank, and also on tho Fiscal
Corporation. 1
Resolved, That seven delegates bo appoint
ed or named by the Chair, to attend the Con
vention on tho lOtbof January next, at Ra
leigh, to-1-select a Democratic candidate for
Governor.
Dr. E. FWalsori, Dr. B. Walker, Major
William Patterson, Col. W. Hall, John Holt,
Esq., Col. J. Cant, and Dr. W. Montgome
ry were appointed.
Resolved, That the above resolutions bo
published in tho Standard and Hillsborough
Recorder, and signed by tho Chairman and
Secretaries.
Resolved, That wo, recommend to tho fa
vorable consideration of (he Convention, tho
iiamu of our distinguished fellow citizen,
Bedford Brown, of Caswell county.
BENJ. TROLLINGER, CiVn.
r
United 1.-;;
' Address to tbe People :of the ;
' "F ellow Citizens. -The object of any ad-
dressjng you at this time, is not for tho pui-p'oso
of justifying myself tor the participation which
I have had in the frauds on the elective fran
chise, in the State of New- Yotk, in the years
1S3S and 1S39, which produced so much ex
citement after their disclosure, und which woro
so widely, justly, and severely commented up
on by the public print-, not only in this country
but iu Euglaud. That I did participate iu
these transactions, I admit, and can only, so
far as I am concerned, frankly acknowledge
my error. The evil is done, and I sincerely
regret that I over, iu any way, allowed myself
to participate with others in a transaction for
which I have been compelled by circumstances
to be the only gufTertr. In justice to my
country iu justice to my family injustice
to my friends in justice to myself I am de
termined now, be the effect on myself what it
may, to prcsciit to the public a full, candid,
true and impartial account of those frauds, iu
which I shall
" Nothing extenuate,
Nor set down auaht in malic
1 am well awaro that dutt
adopt this course long since.
of ciicuiwitanees, my
and my lips closed
been branded fro
; tho ether, L
and tar;
O
vs.
f C i lottt. iinil mnnmnnpH
Alonzo B. Williams, j B Kelly 'as Garnishee.
...nrnrinv to the satisfaction of the Court thd
I lJlfend:int in this Case is not an inhal.itat
of this State, It is therefore ordered, that publicatuj
i ,,., in the North Carolinian, a rn:wspaper prirl
led in Fayetteville, for six weeks, for the said AloJ
xo B Williams personally io oe ano appear ai
TtTerm of said Court, to be held for the Conn
of Duplm, at theouri nouse in ociuns.mt-, wmi
third Monday of January next, then and there!
plead, answer, or replevy to saiu auacumeni, ouiu
:.,,lTinent final will be entered against hil
D.J , - . i j c. .
nd the property leviea on couucuincu iu eausij
uiainiifT' demand.
Witness James Dickson, Clerk of said Courtj
Office, the 3dilonday mueioDer, a. u. ibii,;
in iheGGth vcar of American Independence.
l46-6t. JAMES DICKSON, Clerk
    

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