live- I fcti all be bMc by next opot tunuy to in
form you more um It in the mc;vfi time I con
slJcr myself and property perfectly sufc'
1-tTEST rnasi junr.
night of ChrUtnjjhe'i principal officers, among
loyal, Prince Joachim,
11c J by the Revolution-
whom vii the I'unce
tid Baron H-tti, were k
Boyer'i proclamation ststes, that Ids orders to
prevent any bloodshed arrived one day too late to
jrare the Jiye oi Jheae oncers
The merchant! at the Cape applied to the Go
tern or for protection they wcre'hswered,'that
they would not be molested, if they took no part
in tnC Uair" 4n,lMmafM'"mm'u n' WW Kl I
. Boycr wa$ proclaimed President of Haytl, it
Cape Hcnrr, Oct. 22 1 and on the 26th, 20,000
trooni! headed by Borer, marched into the city.
now called Cape Haytl, and the Constitution of
the Jtepublic waa proclaimed, officers, appointed,
8cc. All the orden of nobility were ot course
quench ot the re volution. The" Cape "Was " illu
minated, be... ,
Business was generally tutpended at the Cape,
and an embargo laid on the veiaela from the com
mencement of the revolution to within a few daya
previous to the sailing of capt. Pousland. Great
fears were entertained that Boyer'i troops, when
they arrived, fwouli plunder the city but every
thing was conducted in the most perfect order.
Private and public property was respected, and
the city was perfectly tranquil. The new govern
went was verr "popular." TheTormer Governor
nt the Cape, (Marmalade,) had been re-appointed
The clay before Capt. Pousland sailed, Boyer'i
. fleet,' of -one ketch and five schooner, arrived at
the Cape, whh provisions for the army. Christc
pile's family were at the Cape, and would be pro
tected. The revolution was very unexpected to
the people" at the Cape. ,v
rtftW BUENOS JTRES.
varwYORK, HOY. 34.
The last accounts are dated 26th of August,
at which time the place was tolerably, tranquil,
the present governor, Dorego, having beaten all
his enemies, and driven them across the Arrago
del Medio. Among the prisoners he had taken,
were about 50 officers, who bad joined Altera, as
well as the deputies who had made him governor
all of whom were awaiting their trial. Peace
' with the Montenero was not yet established. Ad
vices from Chili were to the 23d of July. It was
said a misunderstanding between the government
.and Lord Cochrane bad taken place, in conse
quence whereof he had tendered his resignation.
SALISBURY; (N. C.) TUESDAY, DEC.-12, 1820.'
-..Mij. Jstss Faaxxu, of Surry county, has been cho
sen by the Legislature Governor of North-Carolina, in
the place of Gov. Basic, m ho baring been elected three
yean in succession, is ineligible, by the constitution, for
the next three years.
'-v CONGRESSIONAL PROCEEDINGS,
Thus tar, poasesa little . general interest Congress
is actively engaged, however, in laying out its work, and
preparing-for busy, and perhaps a stormy, session.
The Missouri Question will undoubtedly be called up,
and if it said there is some prospect of the rettrictioniitt
carrying their point i Should they, we - hope the conse
quence may not be such as we anticipate. Yet we can
not but indulge the belief, that the storm which appears
to be gathering in our political horizon will blow over,
and. that lCssouri will come into the Union unrestricted ;
though probably aim may, and perhaps it is best site
should be required to alter or expunge at least one ciause
in her constitution.
- The proceedings of Cpngress received since our last,
being mostly on local ft private subjects, of no public
.interest, we hare omitted an abstract of them this week.
The foDowimr extract of a letter to the editors, from
the non. CaiSLta Yissrs, Representative to Congress
from this district. Will rive our readers a sufficient idea
fj what is going on at Washington -
Jv : T""' rij'X'v'. wasHinoTox crrr, jror.-27, 1820.
! " The lCssouri Constitution has been submitted, ex.
; amined, and reported upon favorably. Nevertheless, a
. .. very forjjudable opposition will be made to the admission
into the Union of the new state. It is thought by many
that the oppbaitioit Will prove successful, The restrict
fionista ofthe laH session are displeased with part of tlie
-iuin sccnon pi uie mi amcie. xvo niDt some ot tnem
really have constitutional scruples, and others mere scru
pica of polk y.p-The objcction.il clause is as follows
The Legislature, 'shall have power to prevent free ne
grnet and mnhittfoet from coining to, or oeltUngin, thi state,
under any pretext vhatnvr." They say that this clause
,i plainly contrjrrtothat part of the constitution of the
United States which gives to the citizens of each state,
tlie privileges aml'immunitics of citizens of the several
states. ' Be this as t may, it is a matter of serious re?
gret that the people of Missouri, thought it necessary to
'wert' that clause lit 'their constitution, It looks, indeed,
a little like Waring all opposition. After our exertions
during the last tcssion in favor of the rights of Missouri,
the convention should carefully have avoided giving any
r eause unneCCvarily fora renewal of the same scenes
excitements, and apprehensions. As the case now stands,
1 it is difficult to say w hat will be the result.
? Among the othvr matters that engage the. talk of
Omi.rW4 ii 4 . . i I ! ... - P . a 1 a - 1 .....
not yet received the Treasury estimates for the next year.
It wrhowteTier,- welKnnderstoOttTjnlts'S rthef e ta .a consid
erable reduction of the public expenditures, that, we will
have to authorize another loanof a few millions of dol
lars. Loans are but temporary expedients and oidy an
swer to put off the evil day a litUl6igr. Notliing '-but
iettencJinenV and .the strictest econom Vait ave the
nation from a system of excise and direct taxation: And
I, for one, do not think that thepeopie at this time, with
an tneir other UiiUcuLwi, ars able to svisl
ustnui the V v ot
xuYU. v n o cr.r.nixc.K.
Cor. Curu, ia hi Lac nici (o tlip KevcYcu V
If;it.UUirt, Implicidy an rted, l!it t!c ff:iirr;l r'Vt m
merit, or its e!Ii -rs "i an bfiuitd furp, had ntt
frrrdinthfl tlccti'jn f Umt rXtate I 'the Hc-nte, by art,
olutioh, called npon hU etct llcnry fur hii r ho re
pfied Uiat he would, in due time, mnke a connnunjcjtion
which, be trunicd, w'ouU h satinfictory in its nature,
arid aahitary In its tendency . lit Senate wcr fto(at.
Infird aith tliis j and afkr stotingthe Impropriety if tlx1
chief magistrate of ahutc criniinating the general gov.
ernmc nt, without having ample proof in his possession,
M thereby impairing the confidence of the pojlc in the
gtnend government, they passed the fallowing rcsolu.
tkma by a vote fT? to 10 i"" --p-r r -;
'"Itcntml, Vbtt the Senate repose the' strict est eonfl.
dence In the patriotism and Integrity of the general go
vernment, and will not change auch opinion or j it Id to
my inmiitjons against such administration; but upon
full and satisfactory testimony, . , :
Be$lr(t, That this resolution be published, and a
copy sent to his excellency the governor."
The next morning the governor Sent the following
message In answer to the, above resolutions, which tin
8enate refuted u recfw, and ordered the clerk to rrfur
- m Ofntlet I have this moment received a rtsolntjon
of your honorable baly. which, aa well as the one to
which St refers, 1 shall fully notice at the next meeting
of the Legislature t And I shall," therefore,' at this late
hour, riaas It over with the expression of my sincere re.
gret, that any branch of the Legislature should, in so un
precedented a manner, lose sight of the respect due to
Itself and the courtesy due to a co-ordinate branch of
the government. DE.WITT CUNTON."
If H be true, as Gov. Clinton states, that the officers
of tlie general government (for we do not believe that
the government itself was at all a party in, or privy to,
such an interference) u an organised corps," have inter
fered in the election- of Kew-Vork, the general goW
emment ought to be called upon to vindicate ksetf and
punish these officers, by promptly dismissing them. The
least interference, on the part of die gerieral government,
in the state elections, should be met upon the threshold,
arid crushed immediately, or we may as well give up our
slate rights, and have a consolidated government at once.
Such an interference cannot be jusunad on any grounds i
and we should augur very, poorly of the patriotism of
any administration which aliould attempt it. k
STEEL- CREEK FEMJfLE SCIIOOL.
An examination of the above school, under the
direction of MUs Dorcas J, Alexander, took place
on Ihe 2d of Nov., at lower Steel-creek church,
in York dist. S. C. Four of the board of mana
gers were present, J. Harris, Lsq. Pres B.
Persins, Eq Col. T. I. Grier and Dr. J. R.
Darnall; Sec; The Rev. Messrs. Blair and Clark
son from Pa., the Rev. Messrs. Hunter, Stafford,
and Harris, with other literary characters, and
numerous spectators, gave their attendance. The
board consider it a duty which they owe to Miss
Alexander, to the young ladies of her school, and
to tbe cause of female education, to present to
the public the following report of the examina
tion, especially as they could not prepare it on
the day of examination, in time to present it be
fote tbe assembled school and andience.
IrraoBccTOBT Pa ma, By the Rev. Mr. Buia.
lf Spelling and Reading ckiti. ' 8. Frew, 8. Bcvins,
A. Frew, M. A. Frew, E. Smith, E. Anderson, 8. Anderson.
2dJh. U. Harris, J. Burton, A. Burton. In this low.
est class., in the school, an Honorary Ticket was to be
awarded, which II. Harris received.
lit Bible clan. M'Dowell's Questions, M. II. Harris,
A. C. Dyson, M. A. Kirkpatrick, A. L. RosvM. Scott," Jv
M. Osborne, H. C. Reid, If. Iea, M. E. Hart, M. Fox, I.
Hart, N. 8cott, E. Reid. Examined from Nch. through
out. 2 Do. E. M. Spratt, M. Hutcheson, M. Kerr, II. Li
tie, M. Davis, S. Harris, M. Iloore, E. Moore. Sam.
3d Do. M. Wethers, E. Wethers, R. W. Pettus, S. Pet
tus, S. Cheek, R. A. Cheek, 8. Roach. Ex. Sam.
4th Do. 8. .Frew, A. Fiw, S. Retina, M. A. Frew,
E. Anderson, 8. Anderson, E. Smith. Gr n. Ex.
lit Grammar ctatfT Murrary's large grammar. J. C.
Dyson, If. A. Kirkpatrick; J. Ma. Osborne, A. L. Ross.
Attended to Parsing.
2d Do M. E. Hart, E. M. Spratt, M. C. Reid, M. Scott,
M. II. Harris, 1. Hart, E. Reid, K. Scott. Attended to
Parsing. ; ; : '" "
Zd lh, Murrays . abridgment. If. Litle, It. Davis
II. Hutcheson, 8. Harris. Attended to Parsing.
4th Do. M. Fox, R. W. Pfttus, I!,. Kerr, R. Pettus,
S. Pettus, M. Wetliers, 8. BeVins.
lf Geograpltical cltu. ylforse's abridgment. J. C.
Dyson, J, II. OsbOruc, A. L. Ross. Examined on the
2dDiviion of Ut dost. -. P.. M. Spratt. Examined on
Cnmmings' Geography and the maps. Sustained a fine
2d Do.. Willet's Geography M. C, Reid, M. Scott,
E. Reed, M. E. Hart, 1. Hart, N. Scott. Examined on
the maps. , . .. .
3d Do. M. Davis, M. Litle, M. Lees. Examined on
the maps. " , ' " ':
In Natural and Moral Philnnphn J. Mi Osborne sus
tained an interesting and .excellent exami
" llitioricdi cHaM$F" Whelplcy s Compend. E. M. ; Spratt,
J. C. Dyson, A. L. Ross, M. A. Kirkpatrick, .JUL E. Hart,
Irt Readinralaoti -Whelpley's Compend. r M,1I:IIar-
ris, E. M. Spratt, J. C. Dyson, J. M. Osborne, M. A Kirk
patrick, M. Scott, M. H'ltchcson, I. Hart.
2d Do. Goldsmith's Rome. M. Lees, M. Tox, M. C.
Reid, E. Reid, M. Moore, E. Moore.
From-the rest of the young ladies were formed vari
ous other classes,- who read in the bible and other books
A. L. Iloss &c. . .
Spelling.. Walker's Dictionary. The whdle of -the
school. E. M. Spratt, J. C. Dyson, A. L. Ross, M. Litle,
M. C. ReitL.M. A. Kirkpatrick, &c. . , ... ...
Competition: Attended toby tiieprindpal part of the
young ladies. ,
Writings. Generally attended to. -The latest speci
mens bein mislakl, ttie board can only say that M. Lees,
M.-A.-Kirkpatrick, M. litle, and I. Hunter Were among
the best writers. . ' " '
Drawing and Painting on Paper or Silk. M. A. Kirk
patrick, M. Lees, J. C. Dyson, I. Hunter, A. L. Ross "J.
M. Osboriie, E. Ml Spmtt," M. E. Hart, M. Scott, N. Scotl,
l.Hart, H. W. Pettus K Pettus 8. Cheek;, JL,
'KnUfroJttlinJ'E'ttiBmJeffi "Mipt. A. IT Rossy N.
Scott, J. C. Dvson, M. Scott, M. E. Hart.
faneorh. M. Scott, A. L. Ros.s N. Scott.
. JVeeJle-work. Attended to bv the whole.' M. A. Kirk,
patrick; M. H". Harris, J. XI. Osborne, J. C.Dyson, E. M.
Spratt, M. Lees, &c.
.. The, young ladies, M. A. Kirkpatrick M. H. Harris
XI. Lees, M. l.itle, M. Moore, E. Moore, wcr)e preven
ted from-regtdar attendance at the school ; and tlie fol-
r!. R. Y. rt!. , . frttus, H. PiUns E. Atwlmnn, S.
An-lrrwn, H. t1ir . , I. Ilanter.
Tbe exjimlnauun Was conducted hy Hi Al
exander with tlie aiiiituncc df the Rev, Mr.'Iilulr
and Dr. Hawaii j and was attended toN hc au
dience, with a becoming decorum and, intercut.
The unexpected confusion and dttperslon which
ensued at the etose of the examination, after an
invitation iverf to spectators to UU the paint
ingj, mans and needle-work to the gallery, pre.
vented the managers front) closing the day as
they, had '.contemplated But thii opportunity
they embrace to declare their; entire! satisfaction
with mlii A. ai a teacher, and how highly they
were pleased with the performances of the young
mlsscs.and ladies of. her. school. -To have made
such proficiency as they have made' in this tern
porary school, la proof of attention, Industry, and
talents, both In the tutoress, and the pupils com
mitted to hef care'. In conformity with prac
tice widen obtains tn thant nlacei. vet not with
out some reluctance, wedminfruisL, by our par
tlcrjarotlcea. few 6f. the youjjg ladles who are
either distinguished by supetiority of talents, or,
as is generally the case, have distinguished them
selves by closenrppUcitionlo their studies. "The
individual first named in any class we consider as
deservedly occupying the head of her class. The
young ladies are then arranged according to their
respective merits, 3d, 3d, tec. But it is judged
that after arw of the Erst in any class are placed
in their order, the remainder could not be consi
dered as standing exactly according to their grade
of merit. Among a few of the first in each class,
the comparative standing of eacb, we trust, haa
been impartially, and In some good degree accu
rately, determined. Hut none need be discour
aged. The managers are hearty in their decla
ration, that tner were well pleased with the pro
gress of all. And it may reconcile some to our
discrimins4ofilf the necessity exist, when they
consider what we express as our opinion, that
tbe degrees of superiority were sometimes only
such as to be barely deserving of the name, and
that several of those who are distinguished had
been with miss A. from the commencement of
her school In the spring of I8I9
.In closing. their-report the managers cannot
forbear expressing their-satisfaction -also with
that order, and that spirit, which was an enno
bling cbaracterislkk of the school. That a few
of their moments, In entering and leaving tbe
scnooi, were cngagea in ineir attendance on
prayer,, and that among other subjects the Bilde
was also their study, was certainly a beneficial
order to have prevailed. Among 40 young la
dies whose minds and habits were forming for
futurity, both in a limited and extensive sense,
a xealous spirit would find a wide field of useful
ness ; and we are happy to record it, that it was
not unnoticed and uncultivated. We find that a
spirit of active benevolence has gained a great
ascendancy among the ladiev. of this school.-
I heir persona) exertions, their personal suh-scriptlooa-smd
occasionul contributions, all stand
forth an evidence of their interest in the progress
of Chrtatianity. i hus have their moral powers
received an expansion, while their intellectual
powers have been expindfrig :whhhuman knowl
edge. And it is hoped that the discourses de
livered expressly for the school, and those
preached in St. Creek, church by different cler
gymen, may have had, or will yet have, some
happy iksue as it respects the adjustment of their
personal concern with Christianity. To encour
age in the clergy such volunteer-attention to fe
male schoohr-to countenance and to promote
auch an order, and such a spirit, in them, the
managers introduce these particulars ; and they
fondly hope that the number of these schools in
this Western section of the Carolinas will, if
well regulated, in -due timef flccttrc ftjrtur that
happy state of society, where the spirit, and Q
attainment of true refinement and useful knowi
edge do exist, having for their proper basis, the
religion of Christ, and springing from their
proper source, and from the best of impulses, the
afiirit of that religion.
Signed by order of the board.
E. HARRIS, Sec. pro tern.
StciLCretl, Nov. ?Mh, 1820.
At the Forks, on the 2d instant, of the prevailing influ
. Mr. Gilt P. Mumford. acred about 15.
A few days since, in Uie vicinity of this town, of an ap
oplcctic fit, Mr. Aw-y Jf &VAr,' about 63 y ears of aye.
THE subscriber respectfully informs the citizens of
Cabarrus and the adjacent counties, that, in addition
to his former Stock, he has just received, and now ojtcrs
for sale, at his Store in Concord, eeat .-ariety of
Choice arid Fashiovable GOODS,
well adapted to the season i which he will sell on the
most accommodating terms, and Invites all those who
wish to purchase to call and examine for themselves.
He would also beg leave herewith to tender his sin
cere acknowledgments, and to return his best thanks to
those who hav heretofore 0: liberally patronied him,
and Tmost' respectfully ; solicits a continuance of their
patronage. , . ' .
He also most earnestly, but very respectfully, requests
all those whose notes and accounts Jhave become pava
ble, to call and make payment without delay, as that
alone will enable him to meet his engagements, and af
ford the proper and necessary accommodation j
TOBIAS UW.))lvPij.Jlgcnt jvr
. MICHAEL RHOWN.
WWkimon fi llm-uli,
Dlrcri'j o;pt,it t?j Stole Hani, Maimtre, t, SuKduw,.
Bl'.ti l uso to ii-.fgrm thrir ctiomrr, and ttic puMic
In nrrl, tl.t they have Just received from Kew.
Ycr a supply of , .,,. t ' ; ,
. : HATCH EH J.YD JElTEUtr,
ron-ilstlng of first rate warranted EnHlkh Watchflj gold,
gilt, and strel Watch Chsinsi hesls, Keys lx. Htrw
and Fj-Ics fur tWieers cmts and lutsi Wi s lialr
Bracelets, gold mounted white snd yellow ftpsnrtcs i
fnncy ami mourning ISngs of different patterns i Aimi
lets i Cor! Csrncus, and g!u Beads EarUinpi ailV
Ver Thimbka, BtC. tUl A supply tf H.lrr Ppoon, 8Hip
I jmUcs, arxl Bnpsr Tongs, eoiwtantly kept on hanl, and
aIo manuffCtured to any paftrrn, at s'Hirt not ire..
ni CU0CX3, trJTCJIK. U TWC-PJECtHt. r; .
cteterf description, earefiilly npaircdV at abort vAxtf'
and warranted to keep time, ., ,. t.j '' ...,.
The Bubwribera ftel grateful to the pubEe 'W fvorl
already received and hope, by careful attention; to merit
the continuance of public patronage f ,
A t a 'ra m mm mm Sh m.m . ... - , .
- . : rl vuii3 m 1 1 ai ft BUT. ,
SaMury; Det 12. 7T
M. Br Human Tlair, kiuLTe' lorlSalTnr watcVcb"aInji7
bractJctvc wantcdr tor which Cberalprica, ia caah
will be paid, on its delivery at our shop. , X. k II.
THE suhscriW r is now opening, at his fttsre in Sulit
bury, a geoeral and well selected assortment of
.. .. Medicine,
Just received direct from Kew.YwW and Philadelphia,
ml laid in at prices that will enshle him to sell remark
ably low. His customers, and tbe public, art respect
fully invited to call and examine (or themsehe,- Alt '
kinds of Country Produce received in exchange.
Det. 12, 1820.-la27 7 J. MURPIIT.
Iook Store n linconloi.
TflE subscribers have latelv received a large supply
of BOOKK, ami in dlition, will in a few nays re.
ceive a Urge and vulosble collection of Jaw, Theologies!,
Classical, Historical, Medical ami Miscellaneous 'Books,
with a general assortment of the best ami mo approved
School Books, Blank and Account Books, Writing ami
Wrapping Paper, Bonnet Boards, Ink and Ink Powder,
of the best kind. Slates Lead and Slate Pencils, Hsy
wood's New Manual, Potter's Justice and Martin on tlie
law of executors and administrators, scarce books in this
end of the Stats and several new agricultural works.
Academies, schools, public, private, and social libraries,
supplied on tlie most reasonable terms.
Orden for sny books will be thankfully received s and
any books in the Philadelphia, New.York, or Charleston
markets will be procured at short notice, and delivered
here at Uie Philadelphia snd New.York retail prices.
McBEE & HEINHARIYr,
At the PosUXfice.
. JJneolnton, X. C. Dee. 3, 1820. Sw27
XefcYoea ftvr 8&W
OS Mom lay Uie 1st of January, 1831, at the house of
Wm. llariNn, Eaq. U be sold, on a credit of 13
months twenty-two or three likely NEGROES, belong
ing to the estate of Wm. Martin, deceased.
ALFRED tiAITHER, ...
A. F. CALDWELL, 5'
IrAklt, AVr. 27, 1820. 4w26
8x Cents HewtmV.
RAN AWAY from the subscriber, on the 1 1th instant,
Jvtti rtiher, ah Indented apprentice tome, lfivcara
of age. Whoever will return said boy to me, shall re
ceive the above reward, but no charges.
A ZARIA II PACK.
fori; Rvwan County, Nor. 72, 1820. (3w2Jr
Stale Bank of XoTt.-tiaToiMi9
Raleigh, 31. October, 1820.
IT will be recollected, that owners of Shares in this
'Bank,!bscribed Deeember; 1818, will be entitled to
profit after the dividend to be declared next December,
agreeably to the terms of the subscriptiou. To tlie end
that the names of the subscribers for this New Stock, or
their assignees, may be ascertained and entered on the
books of this bunk, the receipts of full payments of said
shares should he forwarded to this office immediately
after the 15th of December next, when such receipts will
be cancel, ami evidence of stock issued in the names
of the real owners thereof. None but those who may
have 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.
' 5W23 WM. BOYLAN, Prttident.
State ot NoTtU-aYoUutt,
IREDELL COUNTY-.IS EqUlTY.
John Martin, John Price, Willy Price,
Sally Young, Charles C. Young, I-e-
,n.ira Young, Adaline Ymgr liorin
, da Young, William M. Young TJio.
mas Yoting, and Adelaide E. Young..
IT appearing to the satisfactioa oCdhepit-lbatthe
. defendants in this case arc the inhabitants of anotlier
state and government : Therefore, ordered, That publics .
tion be made for six weeks in the tl'e$tern Carolinian,
unless the aforesaid parties appear at the? next Jupprio" '
Court of Law and Equity to be held for the county of
Iredell, on the" fifth Monday after tlje fourth Monday in
March next, and plead, answer, or demur to said petition.
judgment will be taken- pro confesso, and heard ex parte.'
0U26 JUIIN K. JIAKT, V.Jtl. t.ii.
THE subscriber has taken tlie stand lately occupied by
John Holmes, where he will keep entertainment for
travellers. lie aoliCits a Share of public patronage, and
will use evt-ry exertion to satisfy all who may call on him,
both as to accommodations for themselves, -and ke'epiug
for their horse. , CALEB SMOOT.
' UWJ ('WiaLC Ms 120 - . 'J iS - -
Siaio o XoTi-i!tiYoVina4
' -' Court if Plea and Qnarter Sen'im,
.-. ., . October Settioui, A. D.T820.
Thomas and John Tipps, T -
Louisa.and Conrad, Tipps, V shares of thesute of MaU
adininiitrator of, I tliaa Tipps, deceased.
'Matthias Tipps, deceased. J V ! ; ; , , ,
IT appearing to the Court that Louisa Tipps is not ait
. mhaJuut of tWi state, it ii therefore XhUratby theL.-.v.
cpurt, that notice he published six weeks in the Jf 'eitern
Carolinian, requiring tlie said Louisa Tipps to appear at
i neit Count v Court of Picas and Quarter Sessions to -
be held for said - county1 -at 'the Court-House injincoln
ton, oii the third Monday in January next, then and there :
In answer or demur to the said netition : otherwise it
will be taken pro confetto, and jnngeU accordingly as tn
the said Louisa Tipps. '"'Witness' V, M'Bee, Clerk of said. ;
court, at Ltnvolnton, the third Monday of October, 1820. . . .
, Uv'ti - v udky. situ; C. C. . t rV
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