1 wmmiMBMio f
; ( tAUMti::V, (N C.) 'fl'ODAV, AUGUST 8, lib.
n lcr:ivV but ui not be nuLlLtifd. it 1.
Il!f fin fn'f'rtlin lw.fl. .J !.' I . I. .
II 11 Al ill IK Mm.'. I. . .. . . t
. ....... , It
r iif 11 1. wif in.i vi exercise uio severity ! cm
f mum on tie puces of any f our correspondents but
j r we b-'gm to fear, dwl tome of our readers Uiink It
is o.My ftfrf :try for them td srrtW'. and'Uat we m a
" matte r orcourw. will bidfhk. . In tlu the
J? Jltf. U 4-? ol other-, persons io cowwh, beside
. the writers of such productions! and our rnulm .a,,i,i
, hif e J'-Jrt cause or , complaint, were we to fill up out col
' vulgarity for Wit. ; r V f
f As tor IF'; he tompWna that Club No, 2? lial made
.Me town "too JttoIwriJilc fur endurance." It b an oil
.'b'roJtot 'JbnJjurjC wfubrnthe saddle pickeo.V
aVAlopo ibis i not w riUt -H A t but imJr he
rem- very ecn-itiva on the occasion i and from the spe
t'tr.cn before us, were we to bring Win forward as Uie
ttampion of the town, u e feat tLc (rood citizens iould
. 1 c rcawa to cry our, aa did tb lad to the knight of
. t'ic rut ful count ounce" Sir Knight, all ItuU of mm,
. . w aaid Uiat an author, after reading & play to Quln,
. vlucli waa totally (Uroitl of jncriv fold W Quin tluU
, It vonld not do, y any mcana; , I wish,', aaid the atithor,
oi ouia anutf nic wnat U beat to do with it. That I
r. ir Crula hunaelf at lout. luch half of 1'ia piece to
mii ,( wvuiu nuine lum to burn ihcmmu, . . '
CjTiw edhora would be tfad. of a conference with
.-..ioinc.oneof.lho mirmbtm of'JljcClub:.;ni: -'
Ve aliall lc vrrv Iiodov to hear from FnWtu ftftT
, , (Ijnlie articlea Umted in our letter4ot Ut 'ere
; in iw wio icr inta aaya pjjcr tlicy wal be
Intended to in our ntxt. , "
OUR PdLITlCiL GRIEV.VfCES.
- '-The Preacntmcnt of tle Grand Jury of Darke County,
. which we pubKah in tliia day'a paper, acetna to imlicate
that the attcation of the neor,l in tJia iinn ,-r.h.
bUriniunjr to be excited j that they , are awakening
from tlirir ktltarjjy, and preparing to demand and to o
p;ptl .to d-splay the apirit and rcaolutionof men, of free-
. ,.tu;n, in aaiK-mng uumc equal rlgliU of which we are dc.
. pmcu dv kpi..pti pprewioii, intt which neer can be
taiwf Kiiifxl tiv Tiu ii... 1.4. 1.1 . ! . T r ' .
" inn; rnni)tci OI JUailce. ...
. . . It la mattt-r of aatoniahment. that th nmnl n ti
.yesternrof thia atatc, have aubmittcd ao lonr aatlicy
f- viM.w4vituivai nu uonunauoii 01 tne ast.
v i i not Decauac Uiey are ignorant of their righta it ia
rr.fco1. becauae they do not ralne the prifilegea which Cod
aifl nature bare trrantcd thrm. bieh thi Mrwwt .n.1 r.
frrfngs ef their fathen hare hallowed, and which it
I be JacrHcgb, and high treason againat Lbcrtr, to j
it is not because they want the apirit to demand, a
.1 . .L .. . . '...
iucy nni me anini toclem&niL atvl tht
tower to obtain th-;o t but it from that anirit nf nm.
rrarfmauon, lurh U a damper to the aouL and to aU Ha
oblefw:olui-itilrom that alothful spirit, which in-
lutm vu ii uu.- naucmiv uonr under the voir.
:.v - 7 1 ir-f
..v-.s WjWI UIV conTcoicDLexcuaeioa
. the time I.a not jtt fome." Dut the time hat como
tlie 'uay-Kpniitr of emancipation haa ariaen the'dArmant
L Peti!he .VVwt -bur,tinfffrom Ae fctharjry which
i , , jus enic poivfi aim degnuictl them j and the -mil of r uni
I : rted people, wiil, ere long, place thera Where tiler ought
j - - to be n aH equality with their oppressors. The new
cni uercivc, me power una strcngUi ot the Western
' jirt trf Nurth-faroIir-and it u ill ahow Uie impoiiibility
ct its submitting any longer to the leg-id injustice of the
- . Af 80011 ft cwiHiw ia completed, and its resulta
pubrwbed, we .liall then take up this robject in eamtst;
aiwl not we alpiy, but tho, ho!p body of the Western
XoiVcaLio. . .
. . ' ...
Ann ot arcTr intercatitnr nature, has betftrcceived at
1, v . l"u 4Mf Manof -VMch leftUveiTMMil on
the 1 Jth June. IVe have Hut vet wppItM nnv .
ar imoTHf aLACKi.rt'ta '
A m'.ltrt I m.K ..... 1 . . . .
twin, a manmertj V'orl,i'Hti'J.vl " A UiArooutf Wicu
Mnuih, 1,e ptnwa! if this tttl uhime ir'.ri,
tts mtir-j pleasure , ..ol H, et.ficiiiti of our rtaderi
tliaptc r jmrt if " "i'tcirecn f.via lac lt
It ho I lone been a' rut !.n .m-l ' i t
a nether thtf nnr!itn(s ,or nxlcmi were greater proH
cientrin the an aivl .cfcnrce. . Fur mv part, I hive
alwaja J,M U.e opinion, 'that the human mind ia pro.
. ... ... rv.. vuiu mwvui xnccuon, urcat
!!?i?-,fe J f Cn rtf ,U,I.n lhe Pft,,t fe tlwu-antl
' "I'.V . i7., ra r'Vw ,",man snowlel arulin none
; in uic neaiing an.- Jok back, Instance,
io in umci or itomer, and we ace that lacuntationa, and
MXjarnf lhe graml secrets of the profeaiion in those
rnljglitened daya. In the midlle agt-5, the art of iW
ickmg wai limbed atill man. h. .jtL lul I 1
iffrM the tnyate;
e of the r oa. Erery ducate luul Vt Tmrtieuhir reWu
ind to be able to (brtingukh the'dHeaaeiand know
the mcdlrlnerrnuiKa:at W'Sf'n ncriom"
WM T.: ,7? ,n U,WM; non of nae and
aoonety coiud become skilful doctors 11
tary art was conflned to a few hands-to Mch u IDppo
mtea and IlcracCdea.of Greece, Ctlaiia and Scriborrua
"",7' rnn.ye, or, woman either, with-
f iJ'f i ?r rCI0U M at Pleasure become
ft notable )lyalcan. t. - ?
-ti. ! .... - r- :
,rvi iinprorcment in the art of doctoring began
ii. . i 7 . i i "c I'Rresa, um aoout tut tune When
tne celebrated doctor Sanm-mL flft.,.i..i . j .v.
wiioie practice was simnEfied dAim in
. f. . ( ."M IV I'lllVilUUUIII
pubbahed book, in whkh be sets forth hi new theorr.
ana re aaoned as fallows. Iq aieJdnir of the nerfwit
of medicmc. he sars "Other rhv.v;. m.v. ,,:.
if j I " . S 01 uond difficult aciences i but
I intend to go a ahorter way to work, and apare tBee the
trouble of StUdvm? nharfnarv. iMtr.m- Kvt.n ...f .V.
sic : know, all that ia required, ia t bUtd th tatttnu.lltd
HUM them driule nt iumi c . - n .
auch ia the progrcu of thtmodk-al mind, that even this
practice was aoon found to b Hr .
tne 18th ernturr. the doctor nf h. p.iL,
rtiscorcred tliat Sangrado was radically wrong in one of
C V 7 ' ."h " iMiAuiuic pnncipica, uai
wuneurn should beauhatittttM frrraMrk :
mstcad of blcediug and vurm -rniter, it should read, mer
airg and thi hnctt. 4 Whh ft litUe mercury, and a sharp
pocket lancet. hor m&iw brnrvntort tt .i. ...,.
about relieving the Bufferings of the afflicted adna of
man fl.,4 ft. .w ... - -
-., u cn ui epocn waa not tne perfection of the
art was reserved to the 19th century to accomplish
thi j great work. The mercury, the lancet, and the warm
water systems, are now eomnlrtilv lnrtH .tvl tk.
whole art of doctoring reduced down to one aingle noa
tram. In vain hare alchj-miirt searched for the aecrcts
of the philosopher's atone! but not in vain have the
learued iacultr looked for that divin h...4 ik :ii
relieve erery afflicUon, and cure all diseases they hare
found it ! yea, they have found it, io the ethereal elixir
SLff V ' i! I'-hleascd profcasloa!
Doctor Rrish often rredictf. i .; 4. k.
Umewould-cMe, weninlidne would be'broujrlit to
wch i erfecuoai aaUoureaU diWuM, atul thattiUiiVre
VVu- re ocau), Dut tTim Wctita and old age.
But hia lUustnous man had no idea that the medical mib
iljuuui wu so near a. nand that i .-s..u ,u
tt - - "Pwa-iuw of paregoric, and all win
weH. Does a fever rack hi brain, and send the Mood
in i heatetl eurrenta throuirh hk veins. rmW .
of oarerorie. and hia aiiflVniw. : r
there is no disease, from the aimple eholic up to the dire
ful hydrophobia.Hn which this medicine ia not a certain
specific, Eveft when Uie pkUent is at the comer, realv
to turn otT, g,ve it freely , for if it don't restore, it will
k T. ,tinuY 'nu and gently pass him
through Uie valley and shadow of death?"
1 he author of the JIS, then goea on to furnish a rmm.
bcrorcertificatea of marvelloua curea effected by this
wonderful ehxlr this - grand restorative of nature."
rwuw oi inese We Wilt Civr tn tnir rit.Aa ( K
of autumn, when the leaves of the trees, and the patients
of the doctors, begin to drop off.
v.it 1j ..1 pri-j-.orltcn to U.r p:.rn!.it!.n'cf a cr.isn
1 Tut nnlf lem. In mYwMl k- rv l i . ... I
the greatest applause, who have tk-en h r..;a S . 1 "cre. !w "me Perso!w. however, so sn-
- rr huSbanc,(Ttte ir Pf0,LM'vtr!?bJe M tatthTstfrfat of a'doctor
' Icr the arrival ofll.c Queen in Lomh ? 'Ji, S'lf tron rf ?e men : tbtT thin! both ominous
I ,-2&r.i.lSJt of the Queen Siton SwJ Alt!
""- lurCTt-e ii. i ne ojc: method of calculating
.fl.vtl fnak. ...... M L.. I . . . O
. vui,viUiq &u3i-,- ikiaaicco cxpioued oy the devious
vtacm-to which pgLtiial ettiifa and national revolutions
;; -iravti, iwwHiaysf and bv p prwlicticna, we only
, subject oursi Ives to tlie imputation of false nrooheK-J
JtoAwrtEkntiigfttt lemarks, that "the apirit ofTf
io iiimnux hi j yanrr t ana msrita thn orwii
..... K . J .
iiisTita run on.
p.'." ii.M.iii,AiM;nuiw mjscnici is brewing; ''u Wc sJialJ
-1 b' rvwicrs unncr narucuiars n our next.
ft T T" T" W TVVfl
. . Ik 'ilMJO.ili'i I M MK K t VTJ
arrival of the ucew, to communicate to Uie house of lords
eertam.ftirJV9pcctinir-the eonduct 'nf hr
"lrmiKio "'"neuiaie awl serious Considcralioa ot the
"The king Im felt thd Inost'anxioiiVdefiliw io .vrrt
". . p pwiiiun io pia neppie as tncy ewt be to him-
a.iis.uuiuieMep jwwfaKn by the Queen leaves him
,..ao alternative ' 4.
" Tlie king ha$ the fillies contidence thaf.Tn consn
quence of Una con.miinreation,' the house Of lords-wilt
moPl Mrse M proceeding which the justice of the
casv,.Klthe honor aifcl iLgnitr.of his majesty 'a crown
may require.? . . V "
'vjiwverjjooi njovca tliit & rtrireammiltefr bc
pomteV;to examTne his majesty's most rraeiou tne:
But lest we extend this number n an tinrntml Uttirth
we will conclude with one remarkj IW i-r
rmTffituie.aonTe pTSSeuTtime, there is one article that
has never changed in which all doctors ajjrec nhen
rVC. I IMS ni(4 toil ninYsw fliA ntatli tiaw 1t- f,xm
... -.v , Mr 'i'v yt, uia.uni ft!
IM HffM.f J 11 a .. . '
C' ' M ,pIOfr nut on tnat iav faven his own
wotfn, postpone d until PrlrLith if?tl
ter ' '
w-inus tfte mat.
7, or tjir u. fcms.i
T he fvllowiiig sintemti.t of U,e arnif tie Vi Slate;
.0btsjotal. for each ycarince ttrbeaceV Inclu-
-' rCf.tVar of Jaauary fast.
V , lRIO.
r rench writers on economicka, have put down Uie fac
uV vimvii 11IC psiuvc cnecics to population. Jtut we
auMect these writers wrote Under the inflnpnr of nrei.
udice, or before the discovery of the sublime cflicacy of
jiv vu4u vi jiaregoric.
8trange aa it mav seem, ever some of tb not
arrayed thehiselves aguiristU.c faculty. Our readers will
remember Ue storv of a certain dortor. -Vn in tli
of Garriek, fancied that he had vit tnourh to write far-
vv. . bui uie acior plainly told turn,
M Tmir farces are phj-slr,
" And your physic a force is :
P!tert-' M?hthot t he amo couplet be applied to some
Of Uic faculty of the prrm,t age, who take it into"ihcir
BCadSlImTlhev can vmte via .T7.
To Tw.' the fnHes tfthriffn j;
rn thb wtsTCBfeiBouiiy.
Of Burke County (NVO Court of jMa4iKl Quarter
s r hewiionii, tor ther4th Jlonday of July, A. ). 18;
The Grand Jury for the County of Hiirkt pre
sent That the? present inenitulity rejtretcnui'
tim existing in the State of NorthCafolini, is
tftievous and oppressive on the population of the
HiKiciie anu western parts ot rnc Male : and nr
tietrfarty-so on tlie cliizena of liurke C'otinty.
m hat all mert are bojn eqwl : and that all free
roett should have n equal power-in tnaking the
la wr which they we;, governed, ftre majiiiria
no:top well undcrsiool to'lje t'otibted by the,'
American p ppie
1. .a ...a.
nJiU Ht llC Vital ilvllni4 ififn
Oi tlut fo-:f:try may besuhdivMrJ.ladefnon.
att-J by expciirncr. and adnhtnl a if. ...
of tho yis Bovcrnmenh, and lonnitutlpn of the
umiea Mates. . 1 hat 44 all iolitCttl power it ves
ted in, ami emanates from, the lieihtei and thai
mnjmjy m me people or thi State ufrht to
nayc uic Bote anu exciimre right of regulating
1 1, m t...w ..I ..
iu itiiciiit oicininriii ami nonce thercot, when
conltluaiohallJr,ftsemMed,,, U one of the ortho
dox ptindplcs of a re pubHcah government, That
the. present pvxlo of electing two Commoners
and Senator; from each county, regardless of
tne popuuuon thereof, t$ at war vh Uie fust
pilnciplcs of our bill of rixM and Declaration ol
Independence .and deprives a large proportion
of the free" cither. 6f the itatc of 'ftn ciiuil t6wc
in roaming tne lawj oy wmcn they are governed.
That It It tfni.ut, illiberal, and destrtJciLfe bf the
f I5.hi 9 0 f argc proportion .of thecia wni of (hi!
ttatei to allow county with a Ponulution of three
or fqur.tjiousahd aouh, an equal weii'ht In the
mousana innauitants, r i hut such disproportion
doe prevail In the present mode or representa
tion In many -of the tountles of the itate, in op
position to the1 fundamental principles of a repub
lican government, and the invaluable rights of
free citizens. That it. is vpprt.tlrt upon the
large and populous counties of the middle and
wcatern parts or the tlate s and does, in effect.
subject a large majurity to the rule and 'govern
ment of the minority. ' I' ' "
That it Is represented to the disoassionaie con-
alderation and good sense of the DcoDle. if it is
not a grievance, and one which ought bt right to I
uo vflww i ana mai mis uramj jurr do con-
siaef it as sucn t And, therefore.' it is recom-
mended to their Representatives In oartieular.
and to the good citizens of the state in general,
tO'tr&e all lawful means and ways, consistent with
the: laws of the land, to cause a Convention, to be
assembled, or such other means to be devised as
majr remove the grievances of which we com
plain; and such other crievances as mav be then
and there considered of.
In testimohr whereof.
hands and seals, this 28th dav of Jnlv. 1820.
Awhrbw Hnrna, Foreman. John Haya,
John Franklin, ,
- Adkina Bracket,
The above is a copy of the original Preschl-
ment as made to court, and Waa hinhlv mnmi,ri
of by the Justices sitting, although they were of
bpinion they had no right, judicially, to interfere
wun me same, lurther that) to grant leave to the
solicitor to publish it. "
v . .
.To the Extort of the ffytern Carolinian..
..JPiiaWHUJe just flftvJX diaiice Jaidmy luuvt
upoa yanir Proapectua that was iasued in the course of
last summer, . As no part of it has been printed in your
paper since ita appearance, you will oblige a friend by
puDiuiung tne following extract from it.
A ROWAN FARMER,
"The population of North-Carolina, in the vear 1810,
exceeaea J50,uuu aouu : At this time it may, in mkra.
Uon, be estimated at 700,000 souls. Of this vast sum of
populatio.i, fully Iwo-thiixU of the white pronortion re.
aide m Umt aectjon of the state lying west of Uie citv of
Kaicign, ana wnicn cousututea by tar the montintereating
w icjTiiorj, ngwung ciiner Uie soil the cli
maie, or general cnaractcr ot the inhabitanta. Yet.
atrange it us in this vast eitent of country (containing
a greater population than Uie atates of Khode-Mand and
IX la ware put togttlier. and more snuare miles than fi,r
of tbo-snialler states) in this wi le extent of cotmtry
there is not a single newspaper printed, nearer than Uie
town of Mikon not a solitary fres to proclaim our
rights, or to enliirhten urr minds ! We receive all fmin
Uie W .
By an unjust usurpation of power, a minority of about
one-third of our brethren, readme in the
of Ifaleigh, have the complete control of every branch of
u.v umv. uvitiiimcin, jirgruiaae uie uiwsiorM Uiev
cletf the' Governor; Uiey appoint the; judge that pre
side in our courts ; and, as if to complete their dominion,
we humbly acknowledge a dependence upon the ra even
for nAe$mpen to inform our mimU ! These are fiets that
require no comment they proclaim, that Uie
interett of the IWf.caJb aloud for Uie establishment of
an independent newspaper m the midst of usj one tlnt
will nartakcof our fcelinirs. defend
iifiefiil knoM luIge among1 the people , -
III slaai "I. vnti r ara mmm,.mA a. at i .f'' 4 - '
..rrife1 vi. ,riac. iu iuc puoiicuiciie.
JUirAwa, whose very name indicates itspiiiiciph
rlanfy fua nn:r.e will UUtt the ptn
40rt ro!l4. tUiitH.U Jut, V"rnr-T, A , ,
srnrxaia or Tin: r.v;av,
CovrpAexl from tlic gtiicr-l almtract of rrtums of tl
nal.tia ofthe V'hited butea, made to tha House i Rerk
r.stntaUve on U Swih llaidi. 1B2jl b th pwLt,., U
- New.lhmpslurr, , 'ifl,7al 6 .
Mass, and Maine,
New Jersey, '
AUhama, ; , ' ,
. aTWiaaippL ' ,
- Tr nnerteej
- fiJ.967 ,
' 29,561 J.
Sfai of aVf.
HE Il?a4 of avf. JM8B1TT U CfL at irrVrf nil
lelda, Uowan Cotmti. dissolved bv mutual con
sent. All persona indebted to aald firm. OP bavin A.i.
mands against thero, are requeatod to mako application
to the subscriber for settlement I '
William Brown, .
AXan'svfVoAi the subserner, soma
time swecja neirro man nanvd
VWIBJK between JO and M
, of age. and 5 fcet 8 or nine inchea hid
It !. . i i . .. , . . "
ii. .a aiipwiacu nc juraing am new ne re
7a J u. H'gviuuiK Wlttc-
........... avivi wit. prcncn muu
runaway and eommlt Kim a ni .n
give me iulbnuatioti thereot "haU receive the above re
ny&ljx; fATcJ . 22, im . .
RAN away from the subscriber, few days since, a
black boy, named GEORGE, belonging to Dr. Tcp.
rid. He la about five fcet four Miches high, fill facet;
very Wack, and very stout made. He is somew here in
tle neighborliooxlorBalMbury.orsIr. stacnaniara's plan,
tation, as I have been informed. I win give the above
reward to anr one w!h will apprdwnd the aaid Ceorg-,
aitd cLDver him to mct-or kxlge him in Gaol, so Uiat I
get hbn again.
Salitbkty, JhjuU X4 1820i 38
Hie Ilaisaororoif Raroaocn. at thn time, hl not
coninicnccu. 1 1
7 . VXlTfin STATES' MKVT. -3V.
.aimuntxrfiroktbiiIlimilLrMw tho mUt r,nm
the 1st of Jamiary,18l8,toUie .list of DcwinlK-r, 1819,
wa 10,108 ounces. S Dcnnv-weiirhta and 22 mih. ..,.!
to .V9,703 dollars, 1
- r.old coin made at the nunt in the satac tear, ; 31,723
halfenglest. - ., 'if ' -
In the same j ear, the coinage in silver wjm 149,000
quarter-dollars, and 2,2U800 balfHlollars"
It tnny" not, perhaps, be Improper, for the gVd.tnce of
p'Hiw tt lio have heretofore rcceiveil pensions umler the
al'Jif f!inrres providiitir foe revolatioaurv serviceib to
tate explicitly fae groqnd on which such peitMOJis arc
d! oiitinued under tli a t pawed at( the last jesblon.
Such information will save to prns whose luinta bave
been placed on the pefiwoh list, and whose circuOTftanccs
in lift- will now crelud.' them Uu-n fiom, both exptJCSB and
triMible. Accimliii!' to the eoiustrtictioti irii r-tf Yttf i
.A5rney GeneraVand unde r which the ficeretary'ojF War1
ili'nVtt. tlic law eontmftLits ihris onltf t-t wim.lii.
to support tliemsth es wiibout the aid of private or pulx
nc charily. . llVtvf w eatfk"t3i following points are con-
RAN away from Uie subscriber, living in Salisbury, on
the ath ioatant, a ntrro girl by the name of U'JLU,
It is supposed Uiat the said girl is in the neighborhood of
Mrs, Steeri plantation. I will give the above reward on
the drlivery of Uie girl, or for information of her behiir
MjTm-ahy OaoT in thU sWAX
warned of harborinflr aaid airL under Denahv hv law
ribek - W1K fllCKsnv
STATE OF NORTH-CAUOLINA.
cjmjmbus counrr. '
Court o Pleas and Quarter Scs-iions, July Term, 1820
CaMErmi, Original Attachment
. vs. . J. Ale under White .
frilliam Erwin. j summoned as Guardian.
rh appearing to thewatisfaction of thr Court," that the
ilcfendant William Erwin. reaidea bevond the limit
of this State, it is Uiercfore orderetl. that publication hi-.
made for three weeks in tbe" Wetter Varolriuan, a pews
paper printed in the town of Salisbury, that unless the
defendant appear at our next Court of "pica and quark -t
Seaaiona, to be held for the county of CabarniaFtheT'
CouftHouse In Concord, on the third Monday in October
next, and then and there plead, answer, &c. Judgment
final win be taken against him aecttdingto the plaurtifTs
demand. Witness Jolin TraWs, CI?rk(of our said Court,
at office, the third Monday of Julv, A. D, 1820, and Ui
45U year Of American Independence. '
' JOHN TRAVIS, Cfcrtk
STATE OF NQHTH-CAUOLINA,
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions July Term, 18JJ.
Jake . W' . .
Joriah'shl.vi.$ kvil.o lnds.
f appearing tr Uietttisfactioii of this Court, tliat Uc
defeiwlant in this ease is not an tnhihit mt nt il.U tt
OrlereiV therefore; that niihfratlnn h
weeks iw Uie Weetm CunUttaHjt "niewapaprr' prihtcd in
Uve town ofiSaKsbu
appear at pur nest Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
jcjirju jcrjuiejcouittv-oiioarrua, atthe court4wMs
in Concord,' on Uic third Monday, cf October next, then
and there replevy orpW,judgmciit w'dlb Ikkjen against -him,
according to th plaintiff Vdemjuu
AMVat Clcrfctf ow
Montlay of July, Anno Domini 1820, and of Amoricars
Independence the 4ilb. -
ability 1q rork, his. family resiUnjrvjth hmi, the number
fit them, :tlicir ages and ability to work, and, Isstlr, his
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Court of Pleas and QtiartcrSesiiiafia, a8e6nVl
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' ueorge vwen, ttttevsctl,
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i sppcawtg to, tlie satisfaction) pf the CourtnUut tho
i.- actcnciant, Anuwny owen, .rtvles out' of th tjtutr,
it is Uiwfore ordered by the Court, that puhlicaUon.be
made in Uie rr- CunUUau; ttat the dtfiUdant an.
twar at our nextCourt of VUm and Quarter Sessions, to
bo held for the" County of Uowan, at tbe CourUllo 1
e re to oipaiL answer, nr (Itir.ur in w1 VwiWirt,, -
jtiuginen w itt oe entered according s to pno er of said
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