North Carolina Newspapers

    fifir irrCi iTc;;r.if:u for liiC Clime, of i Lifi.Wi;; ,
tnhciit mcr . rthctlMT they mil hold 4 sort ol civ
il crimiiMUon, where the accused i entitled to
the merttj 'an lnirqcfiMrmtf uhcthtr Ihcj
II .!. .1..!. I.Mll.JM-l.l .... 4. It
will y Willi incir tnntiwi ,mi.cioi c
will not tamper with the laws of KiigbiJ."
I appeal o Ac ermincd, indr;rnlsin jude
whether life is lo be mode perpetual iiuliutuent
whether two acquittal should not diuountc
mnce third cpeimriit whe liter, f uiy sub-
icct'sultor came to their tnbuiul thut unum
ttanctd, claiming cither divorce or compensation,
,S. their would grant his suit and Invoke from
' them, by the eternal majesty of Iinti.h jumicc,
-the tamo measure Tor Ibe peasant and the prince!
I appeal to the 0MMont in parliament a7.
' Mr., representing. the fathers and the husbands
tX the nation I beseech them by the outraged
morals of the land ! by the overshadowed dignity
ut the throne I by the holiest uud tendci eit fui mt
of religion ; by the honor of the army, the unc
tity of the church, the safety of the state, and the
- - character of the country i by the solemn tirtuei
' 'which consecrate their heart! by those find en
- -dearments-of-nature -tU-of-4abit-whkh.altach
them to their ciici ifcd niivca and families. I im-
pfore their tears, their prcrtecltbnranTtheir'pity
upon the married widow and the childless mother.
Co those high power and authorities I appeul
with the firmest confidence in their honor, their
integrity, and their, wisdom. May their conduct
justify my faith, and raise no blush on the cheek
of our posterity. ' ,
I have the honor to subscribe myself, sire, your
majesty's most faithful subject,
t bw-tobc, orr. 30.
Yesterday morning die brig White Oak, cant. Fouler,
tain J from IJvcrpool, oAcr a paagc of 22 days, fur
nihiii livcrpooj dates to the 4di of October. In the
afternoon the regular trading ship Importer, capt. Lee,
arrived from the aatnt port in 21 days. By tltii arrival
the cditora of the Commercial Advertiser hare received
from their correspondents the lodon Courier to the
rtemng of the 4th October, inclusive i Lloyd's Iit to
the 3d i Liverpool Trade Litt ami pap'rs to the Gth.
The house of lords met on the 3d ot October, pursuant
to adjournment. The London papen say that the inter
mt excited on the trial of the Queen increases aa it pro
presses. The crowd which filled the streets, and ho
veru pressing towards the houiw of lord, was greater
than on any former occasion. Between ten and eleven
o'clock, it seemed "as if all the populace of London and
the vicinity liad collected between Wack-Friart Bridge
and Millbank, covering not only the Strand, and the
spacu from Whitehall southward, but Black-Friar, Wa
terloo, and Westminster Bridges, and every intermediate
street from which s view of the river could be had-or
V hoped for. At 11 o'clock, ahlKxigh a great part of the
procession had pawed, it was impossible tp get nearer to
Waterloo BnUgc than tnc houses on tne norm nuc oi tnc
' Ctrand opposite to it. The number of boats tar exceed
ed thai collected by any of the annual shows on the wa
ter. . Among these, tftree large ttcum veuttU, filled with
passengers, made a conspicuous figure. A very large,
arge, with flag and a band if music, contained the
cjtiefsof the procession and many femalcs;.v ;
' Aftcraome preliminary business, the Queen' counsel
yrtn called "InT'and Mr." Brongh am- commenced - hit
speech, which was not concluded until the next day at
fealf past twelve. ThU speech occupies fifteen columns
of the Courier. At twenty minutes past one, Mr. Wih
liatnS- adranecd to the bar, and was proceeding to ad
'dress the house, when the Lord Chancellor obseryed,
'that, as it appeared to be the intention of Mr. W. to
. fuDow Mr.. Brougham in a second address, he must re
mind their lordships, that it was at their discretion whe
thcr to admit the course contemplated by the counsel
for the defence t hot he was sure the house would akTce
1 with himy that in so important a case, it would be: bft
exercised by permitting it." The 'suggestion was unnn
iinously acceded to, and Mr. illiams comnienced. The
speech of this gentleman is not contained in the London
jrtperav ' . ; "
.-Thqhonse of, Tonli assembled on the 3d. Apologies
r ere made for the non-attendance of several peers.
Among those absent were lord Sheffield, the bishop of
Bangor, the earl of Chichester, and duke of Newcastle t
, lords Gambicry Ibrwood, and H'.lLsboro, did not answer
on the caD.
The discussion commenced with some explanations on
the affairs of tle Vlariettia, at Milan.
Counsel wera then called in, and Mr. Brougham com
menced an address about half past 10, and continued till
one, when he was indulged three quarters of an hour;
be then resumed, and continued his speech till 4, when
tlie house adjourned. lie fihinhed on the following day,
in the afternoon. .His remarks occupy 18juf the close
columns of the limes. lie closed in a verysolcmn man-
. jr, as foUowst i . ..
r My Lords t;I implore and entreat of you to pause
before rm pronounce ) (Mir best judgment on the evi
dence that has'becn pnKluced. It you do not, it will be
..' ' tlift only judgment that will fail of producing the inten-
r - ded effect, And return upon yoursclvea,-lttscue.your
country from the impending danger. Uescuc the throne
froraj&ajconardv in which it in ut present placed, lies-
jMiethe ctiurch from the ruin which threatens itJtcs
num., iii v. iii (ut ijiif r ' i r' il.-
i (f I'lruu r n ut tin ir f"r i inn!
cue'the aristocTacy of England from thc""exccratlons; of
that people, separated from whom, you can no more es
cape than I the blosiom torn from the stem. The King
and the Church have been pleased to exclude the Queen
from the prayers of the nation s but the prayers of her
people have been doubled and redoubled, and never
shall I cease lo implore of the Throne of Mercy to show
er down the treasure of its mercy on that generous peo
ple wliictE thclJantltiCt of the rutawdoes not deserve."
At the meeUBjy on the 28th at Freemason' Hall, Mr.
Tlobhouse was cidled to thu cluiir. It was resolved, Tliat
Mjmrfers have, wantonly and wickedly entrapped their
SOTereij inla a despotic petwctttlb1i''efBeJ'tlacv1f'
t which the laviYahd coh!Ututio;i W c i-c violated-and that
the said mihistMSuicserve impeachment, Sic. Alderman
' Tood contTatuluted'he meutiug on tle evidence that
: was to be produced ;v-hich, hesaid. he could assert,
would eotne out like thunder upon all.
It 'appears by the language of the Emperor Alexander,
Jn his speech at the opening, of the Polish diet, on the
13th oi September, thai the recent changes in Spain, Na
ples, and Portugal, ai1 fcditated at St. Petei-sburg with
no fricodly eye. ; The progress of tlie revolution is as
cribed to the snitit or v J," in one part of Europe, and
the heaping .of crimes andconvulsions On each other.' t
About 3v witnesses hadTprrivcd in fayor of the Queen,
"f heir rceeption in Engbncniuite the reverse of those
who landed at Dover, and whotaNrver in behalf of the
The intelfiarehcd from Naoles is' tothe 12th of Sent.
A letter of that date states, "that aecothts had been re -
i m ;ind r
IV iii !, nidi t!u
Iliut f.ljh'l t;t(4 liucl rnter-d l'ul r.u. oi'il Urli. a
1'C hi ad if In uriii), 'lit': li.tllo i l h..i l t t lmc taken
pl.uT ulcxit iiiili fnui Pub rii'ii.nii l i'ie utv to Luc
hrcn r cHvid by tch-jfi ajb, and geii'Tal'y rrcdiUm."
A paprr of October '2 , Siis that evtrul other
icucm iuic uciu rcccivcu, Hiacu itintun uio sainc iiiici
lijfrnce. Hie rrnperor of Auiiria has addressed a noto to the
Gt-rumn court, resinctlng the tifliiirs o" Nnplcs. XV v
rrgrrt otir limit j will not fuhu;; of iu iiutrtuii at Unjh,
The emperor says t : '
M'i1c late events in the kingdom of Naples have pro
vrl more clearly and impn ivcly than any other prece
dm occum nces of this kind, that even in a rvifuhr and
well-governed state, among a quiet, , temperate itopl,
jVit'ulied with tluir government, the poisii'i;i influence
cr revolutionary sects may,fatiy the nmst violent run.
vuUioiw, and a aadden revolution. For it is clearly dun.
onstrattd, that the intrigties of the CarlKinari alone, with
it any external impulse witluxit any cvcM plausible
pri tc xt, conned, those aedhious. motcnients wiiich indii.
cvd his majesty, tlie king of Naples, in a oioim nt'of i m.
barrasKmeutjo lay down the government to ditwolve all
the existing authoritv, and to proclaim constitution ah
solute ly foreign to his countr), ?nd as yet untried, evert
in the cmntry "which gave it birth in other wtmls,'
iy is law. , a-u ,
""" His majesty, tlie emperor, is sonvinced that thisun.
expected event wdl have made the moat lively impres
sion on all die (ernian courts. It teache,hy aTnc7iH)t
ruble example, how dangerous it is to contemplate with
contemptuous indifierencc the operations of secret ao.
ciationa, and of conspiracies skulking hi the dark, and
how wiiy the German princes have acted in opposing
vigilance and vigor to tlie fint symptoms of those dan
gerous attempts."
Ttt"jri, strr. 16.
Tlie army which is In fall march for Nsplt, ami which
conaixted at first of only twcnty-on regiments of infiuit
ry, eiglit n gimenti of cavalry, and a corps of artillery
proportioned to these forces, das been increased to forty
two regi:ncnts of infante and eighteen regiments of
cavahy, with the nece ssary artillery . Tliis army wa to
be aitaemhled near Trtviao, on the 15th inst. The offi
cers of the regiments which proceed to Italy, and of
those which form the garrison of this capital, have re
ceived a gratuity equal to two months' pay. It is said
that general Count de Frimout will liave the command
in chief of tlie troops collected in Lombardy. Prince
Philip, of Hesse Hamburg, and Count Walmoden, who
are to command under i.iui, are about to set out for the
arrow The Prince of Monfort. (Jerome Bonaparte,) has
received permission to reside at Trieste, coufonuably to
the u iiJies of his wife.
51W-T9BK. vor. 4. CapL Mason, of the schr. Wey-
moutli, in 22 days from Port au Prince, has furnished
some particulars of the disasters by the gale at that place
on tlie 29th Sept Three American Teasels were entire
ly lost outside the harbor, and great damage was done to
the coffee plantations in the neighborhood. .
.1- 1 - ' f A L A. A. W 1 r. t. - J1J
lie auo uuonns, uiai .uis i.Dipcror vunsiopuc ujcuuu
the 5di July last, and that the circumstance had been
kept icret till this time, by lus family, with a view, it w
sHid, of placing his son on the throne. A revolt, how.
ever, had taken place among the troops, and the" secret
was let out. A bodr of 6,000 troops at St. Marks had
sent a deputation to Port an Prince, asking protection of
ine rrcsuieiii inner, wuo was anonisuca a. ui luieui
gence, and would pot believe it till he had sent one of
r- a . r ih to, . i .:.u
nu auis xo asccnain xnc incr. i ira ouiccr nuvncu tui
a full confirmation of the news,-and Boyer immediately
si;t tfft put himself at the Jjead of thereroUed troops.
aad enicrrd'M; Uwkst Oe nead 6f 18,000 mei tn trl.
nmph. Active measures were taking to lit out all the
aniK-d vessels at Port au Prince, and it was believed the
President would subjugate the territory of his old enemy
without any difficulty.
s AtTfMORK, kov. 7. By the schooner Barracoa, capt
Raymond, arrived at this port yesterday from Gonaives,
we learn that King Henry 1st. (Christophe) committed
suicide by blowing out his brains, about ten days before
tlie sailing of the Barracoa., He had been struck with a
paralytic in July-4lie Irmy taking1 advantage of his in
capacity to act, revolted, first, at St. Marks herethey
killed the governor five regiments at the Cape were
then ordered by Christophe to march against the insur
gents; rhen assembled they refused, and turned their
arms against him. - .........
8ALISBUKV, (N. C.) TUESDAY, NOV. 21, 1820.
TO coBtitirosinfcST.
"J..t't." communication is laid by till our next: it
shall then appear.'
" Pubucs" is on file.
i- :: : : siwd.ii' school. ? a
We take great pleasure in being enabled to mention tlie
organization of a Sunday School Institution in this place,
both, on account. of its importance to tire community, and
as'reflecfing honor on the ladies of Salisbury, through
wlmse instrumentality it has been put in operation, and
to whose benevolence and disinterested exertions K must
look for perpetuity and usefulness. This institution can
not be viewed in the light of a theoretical experiment!
for its usefulness has had a practical demonstration in Great
Brftain, and in almost every part of our ow.n country ;
its beneficial consequences to the world are-tested by the
thousands who have been rescued by its means from vice
and infamy and its reward is fbmid In the gratifudfe an4
benedictions of those who have felt its healing influences!
and whose path has been radiated with its life-giving
light. But at. is not our intention to pronounce a eulogy
on Sabbath Schools, nor to administer the unction of flat
tery to the ladies of Salisbury; for one is as. unnecessary
as the other would be unacceptable .:..hut we merely wish
to exprcssjour grajtifipftion at witnessing this establish
ment, and our hope that the results may be equal to the
maghitude of tlie object.. We are likewise assured that
the gentlemen are bt iixlifiercnt spectators of tliese laii
dablc exertions of the ladies, but that they feel a lively
interest in th'cit-'successful isiue.-; '
At tKe CVtre hdw and Fair held at Utica, N. Y. for
mo at res (T corn, j'u Min;; I '
ini'r.'in In liu.'. . Fit
3 IimhIii-I pi-r ftfre fur
:o do. )i Idinjf 1-1 biiihrN 2J'ji'uii vwh for 0 am
prodiiL-iii f ;it !i J I "J bu..!ir-U ijuailj and fr due tc
the product tf hi;h was I.s0 hiislwh Cd qiuilu. To
the sjilrit cf ii.ijirovrim nt and emulation, awalrnid bik!
nourikhed hy Agricultural bocittiis, mnit he attributed
(hi astonishing incrcav: in the protluctious of the S iil;
snd let a Eke spirit but once he euitcd among oir lar
int ra, and we should ve our laiuU im n c in ulic and
our statu in lOipeeUbiKly cquulr uitli our sister states.
There la another subject, although not directly, )et
collaterally eonncned with this, 1. c, thelnipmvrnicnt of
our 1s antlthu jcon4ructioo of bridges, It is a notorf.
ous fart, t!ud o ir nmds in general are very 1
Unit we are lamentably deficient in bridges. Of the truth
of tlie latter we luve frequent and vexatious convictions,
in tlic'failure'of our most import int mail on every liilkt
rVcuhetr This state of tilings houtd not continue. Iflhe
wcahh tf a state consists in the excellence pf its roads
tlie number of its bridgcsaiid canals, where, than, ith
wealth of North-Carolina ) Sun ly it U time for men of
enterprise, iiittlligcjicc, and weajtlu io rotnhine their re-
sources to impruvc DurJulcrnalxouditiou and .to ;h'at e
the character of the statc4 .And.tfc trust that in this pa.
triotie undertaking even our eaitern brethren would
join, without being disturbed by the fear of inno: uU.;.(
on the customs and opinions of their faUicrs.
W'c took occasion, a few weeks ago, to put the public
on their guard against impostors, uho arc strolling thro'
the country, and under various false pretences, picking
the pockets of our citizens of tlie avails of their indus
try, to pamper and feed these bloated excrescences on
the public body ; and we learn from the following letter
that they are still practising their hnpmitions among us,
nd adding insult and injury to hypocrisy. We again ad
vise the people to keep their money in their jiockcts,
and to lash these miscreants from their houHen.
Kx raacT or a letter to the editors.
" A few days ago a man purporting hitmelf to
he a foreigner, and pretending to collect money
for the unfortunate inhabitants of an Italian city,
which, it would seem from his papers, had been
destroyed by some. mighty. convulsion, in nature,
on his vitit at tvo bouses in this county, (CaUr-
rus,) solicited money, but it so happened that
there was none at that time in the ponession of
the persons from whom he asked it. tie then
abused the persons belonging to those houses in
a most shameful manner. At one house there
were no persons present but an old man and his
wife, who were unablejto strike TnTs impostor out
of existence ; and at the other house there -was
a woman with some young children, whn met the
same ill treatment. This villain is about 2 3 y ears
of sge perhaps 5 feet 8 inches high, and has
sandy hair. There are many such characters now
in the United States, and it behoves the people to
be on their guard against them'
-James Farewell, who now fives in Lincoln county, for.
merry of the Pennsylvania line, Geo. Wagner's brigade.
crippled by a wound received in the revolutionary war,
and placed on the pension . Est last winter, on receiving
his certificate from the IVar Department entitling him to
a pension, inquired of a gentleman of his acquaintance
if it was sufficient, and hat course to pursue ; who, af
ter giving James the necessary directions, observed
M Well, James, it is now near 40 years since you have re
ceived any thing Xor your public services ; you must tiy
to live as long as you can to draw for the time past. James
answered in the tniQ soldier style Yes, s'r, I intend to
do so ; but when general orders come from above, I miiMt
nuirch then. You know, sir, that general orders must be
obeyed." A very good hint to each of us, ss we are all
as subject to the general orders referred to as the old
ar.e anj res:, t roLttJ hun the tvc
li'.vc t rol.
anuvMi Socraiic lcson first, to lave thread to
fuic thcr.i a nji)f this vf4 country, contain- '
inj; within the limits of lite unutii Ucniy-!iir in
dependent states all having a luicc in this elec
tion fctioitd!y to have foimd the state of Penn
sylvania tlditlly, the city of Philadelphia ; and
then lo have set about counting up their certain
pjrUjru iiilialiiun tliis tnli speck ujkjii tho
map I ' 'What a deal of trotiblo I hey tnij;hl have
Saved thcnuelvesln thUaindr of the anti-slavrry
ticiet and in modestly rctitin frnm the battle,
where the odds were somewhere aUmt a million'
to one, tlu ir conduct would never Inve been lu
(dc(o (ha lidicufaand contempt of their ouo
frytfcn.- . , t - "' 'V:,,-V;"' -
. Hut to leave tliese ultra pat i lots to their mor-.
lificarfon. Wc nuy safely congratulate the coun
try upon the re -election of Jamct Monroe, by tho
unanjinous vote of tho atates.-ThisisatriuinDh
hicli miWlu gratify tTieTroinhttkirrbfeTerr thr
proudest heart hitherto it has been the lot of iio
man in this country, save the great and good
Washington, to receive such m one ; it. uss de r
nied to-all iho other predecessors of JameVIon- ,
ttier Snrcly-this rmtleman mtit have displayed - ,
in the preceding frnir years of his administration,
ull the virtues of ancient patriotism, together
with all the experience in the ort of government
uf modern times, so to have united in his favor
the vu lions conflicting interests and once violent
and bitterly opposed parties, o( this extensive un
i'm. Come from what cause it may, we hail thU
unanimity in the choice of chief magistrate, o
un omen of many happy days for our country,
ond us holding up to the admiration of foreign
eountiicH a beautiful illustration of popular gov
ernment in the practice. Ptt. Intelligencer.
In the British house of lords, observes die N. York Evv.
iiing Post, is a space allotted to the gentlemen connected
with the public papers, who daily attend to take notes.
The number eiigMgetl in this employment, amounts to
100, including the morning and evening journals. Itc
sides the, there arc other gentlemen connected with
the weekly joumali, and widi papers published cither
twice or thrics a week. A tickot as insued for the ad
miWion of oiic gentleman connected with eat h paper : so
that there were generally 20 or 30 reporters in the house
at one time.- Tliese were relieved hy their coadjutors,
at Jhc end of cv-ry hour. The greatest exertions were
iiide in this way by the evening Papers, which general
ly published from three to four columns of the proceed
iiig at four o'clock in th; afternoon of the same day j
aitd in second, third, and fourth editions gave sketches of
die business to the adjournment. It may not be unin
teresting to state, that the estimated sum annually re
ceived by the literary gentlemen connected with the Lum
don journals alone exceed I 45,000.
Dhtreuing On Friday last, a fire broke out in Clin
ton, which, before its destructive progress could be ar
rested, 'destroyed one-third of the town ! thai 'Is, the
grand cast square ! ! It was truly a melunclndy sight i
but, thanks to the foresight of the people in not building
there, no Atii, but a great many $tumpt fell victims to
the all devouring element ! trm.
Exertions are making to establish a Peniten
tiary in the District of Columbia, and a memo
rial will be presented to Congress, the present
session, to have a law passed for that purpose,
and also to sbficirc6htiib
treasury, or the public property in the District,
" equal t& the benefit which the proposed iosiitu
tion wUrdirectly confcTwthe nation." '
THE scim-annual cxaiuination of the pupils will com.
mrnc? on MomLy, the 4tb, and cltme on Thursday,
the 7th of December next. Parents and guardians are
rrftetfully requested to attend.
The exerciics will recommence on the. first Monday of
January wat. ,. ...
.. In the femaleqepartment are taught reading, writing,
English Grammar, srit lime tic, geography, Hk? use of the
globes, belles lett res, history, drawing, painting, music,
and nectllc-work.
In the male department are taught tlie usual branches
of literature. f'22tf)
TUO. L. COWAN, S-rrftarif.
WcvtVesboro (alusim) Actucny.
TilK semi-annual Examination of the Pupils in both
Departments of this Seminary, will commence on
Monday the 4th December, and terminate on the Satur
day following.' Parents and guardians of pupils, and tlie.
public generally, are respectfully invited to attend.
Kv order of the Board.
Air. ith, 1820. W. F. 8MITII, &rrrtary.
N. B. Tlie Cxercises of tliis Seminary will neommence
on Oifl second Monday m January, 1821. - 5w2a
C. W. Campbcll, Esq. late Arr&assador from
the United States to tlie court of Russia, has ar
rived, with his family, tit -New-York.
The iniportanu:rcction of President of the U
nited States passes over without noise and with
out bustle. ; Such are the claims of JameJWo?i-
roe u pbn t he con fidence of "the ASmtricin yto
pie, resulting from" the wise and patriotic tenor
of his administration, that scarcely a thinking
man in the country has at any period contempla
ted serious opposition to his re-elevation to that
high office.! And although it is true, that certain
discontented characters in the city of Philadel
phia, who profess to be the partisans of ukwit
Cli kton, madome fttr a few.dajs previous to
the election, with the view of starting what they
called un 44 Anti-Slavery Ticket i' yet it was only
a solitary ripple on the smooth and' majestic
stream of the popular will the vote even in that
city furnishes a silent but pointed comment upon
the folly of the attempt. How strange and in
consistent is the conduct of some men ! Why
Statu ttank ot sVoYtU-CuToWna,
Jialrrgh, 311 Otttber, 1820.
TT will be recollected, that owners of Shares in this
Dank, subscribed December 1818, will be entitled to
profit after the dividend to be declared next December,
agreeably to the terms of the subscription. To the end
that Uic names of the subscribers for this New Stock, or
their assignees, may be ascertained and entered on the
books of this bank, the receipts of full payments of said
shares should be forwarded to this office immediately
after the 15th of December next, when such receipts will
hi; cnncfL'd, and evidwet of stock issued ili'tbw names
of the real owners thereof. None but those who may
lavi fully paid for the stock on the 15th December next,
will be entitled to share the profits of the institution,! or
considered as stockholders.
Published by order of the Board of Directors.
""" "1523 wilrBOYLANri'rwf,-
SttaveA or Stolen,
tSemghrof th20th instantrsrflA V-HORSE,-14-
hands higli small starin the forehead, Swabby mane,
one of his hind legs whHe racks at the rate of 12 milt
an hour, and throws his feet an unusual distance apart.
A suitable reward wilWse given bv the subscriber, living"
near Charlotte, for the delivery of the horse, or informa
tion where he may be found. 4w21
Oct. 31. . IVUXlAM .J. POLK.
State of oTtl-Catota,
-. Ltscowf jpoy ntt :-
fh tober Session, Jl. J). 1820, -
Thomas and John . Sinn. 1 '
r. PctHicn for distributive
Inijsa and , Conrad Sipps, shares of the estate -of Mat- -
tulminittratori of ""' tliias'Sipps, .deceased.'
Matthias Sipps, deceased, j . -
JT appearing to the Court that Louisa Sipps is not an .
X. inhabitant of this sUte, it is therefore Ordered, by the
court, tliat notice" be published sisf week irt the Hettcrn -Curolin'aii,
requiring tlie said Louisa Sipps to appear at
the next County Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions to
beheld .for said county at theCourt'-House in Lincoln
ton, on the third Monday in January next, then and there
to answer or demur to the said petition , otherwise it ,
will be taken r tmfeuo. and Jutland accordingly as to ;
the said Louisa gippar Witness V. M'Bee, Clerk of saitl
court, at Lbculitlon ih third Monday of October, 1820.
iSpfiilli premiums wcx cj twild not those anti-slarary gentlemen. Cd. Du-' ;C3 VAItDKV C. C.

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