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21. LlrnitiT? tl.; t!m; with'n which j-vi'-roMi btforc
. n Justice of the in ace may be revived. ithin 3)ear,
21. To repeal nu art passed in thryt-ar 7, entitled
n net to punish persons for reniowng debtor out of
one county to mother, or out of the State, and for other
tmrposea. Where a debtor U removed bv a person with
Intent to injure the creditor, he U Kill liable for all his
22. Concerning ilic clerks of tlie Court of pjcai and
Quarter 8ciona. No clerk to retain hi ollice after
tiding twelve itiontli out of the county.
, 3.1. To amend the Militia I-awi of litis Pt.tr. Re.
peals the flih section of the c of 1806, and direct the
Adjutant-Gnneral in future to commence suits against the
'general and field officers in the Superior court of the
counties u lit re they reside, and makes it the duty of the
clrrki to account for the Unci a they do for other taxer
received hy them. J . it tM
"" 24." For the "ri-Tu f of fioncsT Jqfitors. No ik'.tor to
b imprisoned, if ho will nuke a urrender of hi prop-
rnyv or Cn conscientiously imkc uic wsoiTcm w oain.r
: 1 25, Prohibiting wliitc men from cultivating the lands
reserved for the Cherokee Indian. Penalty not cxccc
ding500 dollars, at the discretion of the court.
26. To establish a College in the Western part of the
State. I'llii is a mere act of incorporation, riving no
fund.r It authorise tlicTrotecsto fix on the site of
tlic buildings when they shall ha7c' sulHclcnt funds lo
commence the work.
27. Further pointing out the duty of Guardian. Re
quired to renew their bond ctery three year j on fail
ure, the Clerk to issue ci. Cut. aga'mst them.
28. To amend the act laying duties on sale at auction
of merchandise. The commissioners of Fayette illc,
Wilmington, Ncwheni, Kdcnton, Elizabeth City, Halifax
and Italcigh, to apoiiit not exceeding Uiree auctioneers,
to require bond.
29. To amend an act panned in 1819, making profis
ion for running the Itouudary line between the State of
Tennessee and to repeal a part thereof. Make aomc
alteration in tlic comjtensation allowed to tlte commis
sioncrs. 3d. To clear out an 1 improve the navigation of Broad
River, in the county of Rutherford. 3LKJ0 dollar arc
appropriated for thin purpose from the fuitd set apart
for Public Improvement.
31. To authorise commissioners to erect ahouc in
Faycttcvillc for the afe keeping ff the public arm.
I 'llif Governor is authorised to draw on tlic Treasury
for 750 for this purpose.
32. Extr ndingfchc jurisdiction of justices of the peace.
T suits not exceeding 100 dollars.
air Compensating tlw commissioners appointed by vir-
tue of -an act of 1819, for survejing and citing' the pub
lie laiub adjoining the city of Raleigh. Allowing them
three dollar a day, and tlte same for f very 30 mile trav
riling. 34. To authorise and direct the publication of the Brit
ish Statutes in force in this State. Judge Potter is autho
rised to contract for the printing of" sucli statutes or parts
of statutes as have been reported bv the commissioners
appointed to revise the laws of this State, as in their
opinion are in force.
35. To repeal an act of lost session, chap. 17, allowing
compensation to jurors.
36. An act to r.vivc and continue in force an act enti
tled an act concerning military land warrants, passed in
tbc year 1819.
37. To amend the 44th section of an act passed in
1741, concerning servants. Two-thirds of the value of
executed alatcs to be paid to the owner by the counts .
33. Concerning the marriage of Infant females, shall
..not marry under the. age of fifteen, except by consent of
V , 69. Directing the manner in which lands and negroes
levied on by sheriffs and constables, .shall be hereafter
aold.. Last Thursday in every month sale day, at the
Washisbtox citt, ur.r. 14.
The question on the naked proposition, for the
admission of the state of Missouti into the Union,
was yesterday settled by a vote in the house of
representatives; on which occasion, it was deci
ded that Missouri, as now constituted, should not
be admitted into the Union.. Whether she would
nTadnutted as dineltlynconstiTutedr is a ques
tion to be decided when the resolution (contain
ing an exception of any provision of the constitu
tion of Missouri, if any auch there be, which con
travenes a particular clause in the constitution of
the United States) which has passed the Senate,
and is now before the House of Representatives,
hall be acted upon. We appretiend that the
vote on that resolve will not widely differ from
that which was yesterday taken. As many
friends as will be gained by the exception in that
feature, will probably be lost by it, some mem
bers considering it as surplusage merely, neither
adding or detracting from the force of the reso
lution, and others viewing it as a concession of
On this subject, as it now presents itself, we
wilt offer but a few remarks.
The question which has been decided nega-
llj??.!-;!!: If??:".!.!?!? c. C,.H!Ppltcsnjtis,is4iot-ia-
at the last session of Congress. It is a question
admitting of a'ctiffcrence-otbpinionwhich, we
have hierrauthontr Forsay mgr irnotin-alrrasc
necessarily a difference of principle. We do not
mean to say that the feelings which displayed
. themselves at the last session, did not at all ope
rate on this more recent decision. We belipve
that they did operate, sensibly and insensibly, on
' the minds Of the members of both houses. But
their influence has been felt without being
We are induced to believe however, that, but
for the clause inserted in the constitution of Mis
souri resctms free-reeveesr t Ue constituiiun
without division, at least without hesitation. The
friends of Missouri had prevented her restriction
which there wits any dispute respecting her;
and it was due from the peoplcof Missouri to
those wbo had stood by the ntbiWhour of trial,
-that ihey' should forin a constitution against
which no plea of exception could be taken.' If
advisedly insertedythe provision respecting free
"egrocs ought to have been admitted. -There
' "was the less reason for inserting it, inasmuch as
the Jwwers rof t he state in 4 his respect, and its in
sertion, could not tohfer them if not before in
cully will -diUe, ctcn W.M the tc.!u:io: fion
the Sen .tc not pusn In the hc of Hi ptrrnta
tivcs. It could not have lrt n I l.c dcMn of Mi-
souti to enter Into a conflict with the authonty
of the Union. Finding that she has done so with
out intending (t, -e cannot doubt she will ex
pune from her ronthuiion the obnoxious clause
especially as it it of no sort of consequence to
her, neither conferring power by us presence
nor taking power away by its absence and that
fche nlll then be welcomed Into the Uidoifbjr lhc
unanimous voice of the Congress.
In what manner this question is to be propo
sed to the people of Missouri, we do not think
very material. Ifji thingjbejdetermined on, it
iseaVy to find a way ofcJoing It. ATioNTn respect
to this particular subject, we are cjtiitc sure that
the gehefalTipitcurwill henhan he thmnt way
best.' ..If it can be adjusted by a conditional
act of admission, we hope that course will be
M.I It II I tilt, -
On the 31st ultimo, Mr. Jum Ilmao, to Miw Mabu
Kkllv, lx)th of this town.
In this county, a short lime since, Mr. Jous Vaittox,
to Miss I.idu Luwav.
At Halcirlt,ontlielstultimo, ALatinina l.rcis,Ksq.
senior ctlitor of the Itakigh l7wnvi, ajf l 33.
Qj'Srvrral cvmmumcutiuiu mini allvtv uvtiilt uimvoiila
rosatrTKn wr.tKLV ranM thr rvTTrnur. iat,,tts.
JlEll L II. lYIJ IZ L. ru(td h v f) v
lUcon ... - lo. KT
Htef, mess ... 8
fresh ... '34
Beeswax - . .25 M .
Brandy, Cog. - - gal. 2 25 3
Peach - - 65
Apple - 60 65
Butter .... lb. 20
Coffee .... 30 32
Corn .... bush. 45 5'J
! Cotton, Upland - 100 lb. 14 25
Flour, superfine bbl. 3 62 j
fine ... 3 25 3 50
Flax seed ... bush. 1 10 1 20
Gin, Holland - gal. 1 1 25
Northern - 60 70
Hojr'slard - - - 11). 8 10
Iron, Swtdkh - . 100 lb. 6 6 50
F.uglish ... 56
Lead .... lb. - 10 12
Molasses - - al. 40 45
Oiits .... bush. 30 40
I'ork .... 100 lb. 4 5
Potatoes, Irish ... bush. 75 I
Ituni, Jamaica, 4th proof - gul. i 1 25 1 35
W.'lslaml,4th do. - .
do. 3d do 90
Ncw-Engtind - ' 51) 60
ltice .... 100 lb. 4 5
Salt, Turks-Island - - bush. 90
Liverpool ground. - 1
Steel, German - - lb. 20 25
Sugar, Muscovado - - 100 lb. 11 12
Loaf ... lb. , 25 27
Tea, Young Hvson - 1 12J 1 25
Hi son ' . - - 1 2- 1 40
Imperial - 1 "5 2
Gunpowder - 1 5u 1 75
Tohacco, h-nf " - 100 lb. ' 4 5
"manufactured - 11). 10 12
Tallow .... 14 15
Wheat - - - - bush. 6')
Whiskey - - gal. : 50 55
I, diotis In
TUB subscriber takes this metltod of informing his
friends and the public in (renehd, that he lias estab
lished himself in the house formerly occupied by the
Kcv. Peter Katon, in the Town of" Huntsville, Sum'
county, orth-(.:in))ina; ami has been at considerable
expense in makme his rooms commothous and eomforta-
ble, for the reception of Travellers, and all who mav fa
vor him with their custom. His Sideboard is provided
with I.i(piors of the best quality, and his Stables with
every thing1 requisite for Horses; ami hopes, by particu
lar attention, to merit a share of public patronatre.
: - MUMFtlKU DEJOILXATT.
JImiUvilh; Dec. 17, 1820. 30tf
N. B. The subscriber continues to carry on the Cab-
itiet iijttiMWJt, aiiAwill. execute all orders:idinej4ts
ami despatcln for cash, -creditor country produce.
r1IIK Trustees of the Academy have the pleasure of
.1. -mtormuig the public, that tlte Academy will be
o)cned on the first day of January, under the care of a
Gcntlcnan from the North, whose name we have not yet
learned front our agent. Tuition will be at the rate of
twenty, dollars per year. They have also the satisfaction
of informing the public, tlia the Female Department of
tlte Academy will be opencirpn the same day, underthc
care of Mrs. Tkiihei., late of Connecticut. English
Gramma r, Geogfap iy7 A stroiYomyr I'll i losophy, ise-of
the Globes, Acedle-work, and Fainting, will be taught at
the" low price of twer t'v dollars per vear. Hoarding may
By Order of the President.
JXO. CHRISTIAN, Secretary.
Ltvxrencevitte, Mongomery Co. A. C. I 3w30
DctemberUth, 1820. , $ --- --
aiku VftigilMn Company.
NOTICE is hereby give rij' that an order hath been
made and swied bv the President and Directors of
the Yadkiii Navigation Company, that a fifth instalment of.
ten dillars on each share Jt required, to be paid hy the
subscribers on or .before the 15th duv of -January next.
TltEDKRlCK HANDLE, Trtmiotf,
Sth December, 1820.- -529- . .
tifeUeT I'vcss 1VuVVu2,
m :. . , .O '
.Of, evert description, neatly nd con-etrti ccuU'd at
tr..cr is now fnii!iit ir a ut9 &n l corr.mo
hhiim in this pLcr, o i the i stern side of the
town, B'toatc between the Male and Ft male Academics,
which he Intends at a TiOvnl.iix-hoote fr wu!g uIn.
He will fumioh tlu tn with good board, waslViie1, and lod-
fpng, for stventv4vc dollars, for this yrnr. He pledges
timself that iMjthiug ahall be wanting,' ui hit part, to rt ti
de r satisfaction to those nl.o cuyfaor him with tUir
As parents n l guardians arc drsirout Uiat the'r chil
dren's expends mT be so managed, as if tlurlmmry hal
actually alt passed tltrougli tlicir own hands, he therefore
considers the follow ing metltod of keeping their accounts
will antwvr the purpose t
lltoic who rome to this tlace well - ttrofldcd kh
clothes, will not tt quire any aMitionAl ones f)ir vnw I
timer' llowetcryirbtn they write horiit-, it i ery I
to kt their parents know whit ms require, and an an
ii iituir narems utinc u necessary.
The next time they write horn", thrr w ill mention
what such articles cost, which will enable their parents
not only to know what articles their children get, but
what Um-V cost Uem. Jt tttu, at the umv Ume, u tut the
assistance of the Tutoresses, IwUtuato ttu: children to
kechihg their ow n account huh' will be ery essential
to them during life, and the injrovi ni nt they may nuke
in this little business, will be vuy gr.itif)ing lo their pa
It is unnecessary for the young lad'.ci to trouble their
parents with the purchase of book, quills, ink, paper,
&.C as w hat the Academy exercise rt quire must be hul.
It is only nccesetry to include them with the eoit of
other articles, so that they may be acquainted with evi ry
lie recollects, some years ago, of having two younjr
ladies at the Salem Academy i at that time Mr. Kranu:t
attended it ;' he w nte to the wibseriber frequentlv, and
each letter contained a statement of tlic ouiif ladies'
accounts, with what additional articles they might have
had since he wrote the last: Then fore, by having refer
ence to his last letter, a view was had of their accounts
to that time, litis led the subscriber to the abut e meth
od, with what he considers a little amendment.
Those little attentions, although apparently of hut lit
tle importance, when carefully attended to may prove to
be of considerable advantage to life young ladies, ami to
the welfare of the Academy.
Ile Trustees are nicelv attentive to the clioicc of
their Tutoresses, and ai nicelv attentive to the care of ttu:
'9tt.5K..kyllyiL&n4Jin order tftat the business of the Acad
emy may go on witn success, uiey must be as attentive
to the young ladies' expenses, wluch it is believed the
above method will regulate.
Salisbury, January 1, 1821. 4w30
THE iMiblic are respectfully informed, tltat '. Elliott
ami E. It. HcasHAM, Clock and Watch Makers from
New-York, have commenced the above business, in its
varims branches, a few doors from the Court-IIousc,
Miin-strctt, Salisbury i where all orders in the line of
their business will be thankfully received, and with plea
sure attended o, without delay. The subscribers have
for sole an assortment of
Watches, Jewelry and Silver-Ware ;
Consisting of patcnt-lcvtr and plain Watches, warranted
first quality ; gold and gilt Watch Chains, Seals and Kc S
Finirer Itiiiirs, EarKiusrs and Breast Fins, of various pat
terns! silver Spoons, Thimbles, Sleeve Buttons, Stctl
atch Chains, fcc. &c.
ELLIOTT h DUILVtJsWrrf
N. B. Clocks, Watches, and Timepieces, of every de
scription, carefully repaired, and warranted to keen time.
30 , . . . E k II.
FI1IIE siibhcriber respectfully informs tlie citizens of
A ('aliarrus and tlic adjacent counties, that, in addition
to his former Stock, he has just received, and now ofkrs
for sale, at his Store in Concord, a great ,'ariety of
Choice and TasniondbleJjOODSy
well adapted to the season ; which he will sell on the
most accommodating terms, ami invites all those who
wish to purchase to call and examine 'for themselves':
He would also beg leave herewith to tender hk Sin
cere ackno.ledjrmciits, and to return his best thanks, to
those who have heretofore so liberally patronized him,
and most respectfully solicits a cominuatirc of their
He also most earnestly, but very n-spectiully, requests
all those whose notes and accounts li:i- become paya
ble, to call and make payment without delay, as that
alone will enable him to meet his engagements, and af
t rd the proper and necessary arcommodntion.
TOBIAS 15UOWN, Jjnit fur
MICHAEL KUOW N.
CmicorJ, Der. 12, 1820. 527
)'rtfi!, .6 V State Hank; Man-Xirert, .V..Vd.r;,
1 1 I'M lenrc to inform their cmtomen, and tho pubU .
1 9 in general, t!iit tli. y hare Just Tcr c ei rVoaj Nc
Vuik a sujiply of
rcnslsthgof first rate warranted F-nllish Watt ken r.J.L
gill, am uteri Watch Cmdmt, Kesls, Kc)l, 6Ai Stars ,
ami t'dglc for Or.crrs' coats ami hut ( luWtt' hair
Bracelet, trold mouidedi white and Velluw hnaii rL't i
fancy -Jitul mounting Itings, of iLn'cnni pstwri irAtou
letsi Corah Garnets, and glasllrsd F.irlLiiTS n1
vrrTliimhles, Le. he" A supply of 8iler Ppoons, Himt'
f julles, ati'l Httgar Tontrs. eonslntV krut on han.L anil
alao mamttketurfd to any patlrrn, at si tort notice. - -
v .oca's, irjraiEx, if tuuupf.cm,
of rrrry drvrlj.fion, "rare-full rcpiircd.'at ihort' notlcrT"
ami wat raiiled to keep time.
rirmscrtoro M'tfmtetul ta thr nnhKa fjf faVor"
.already received i and hrmrvbv Careful attention. to nwriL ,
the continuance of public patronagt. . ,
CUKI W WI14ilXSO
Sulithury, At. 127 , ,
N. B. Human Hair, suitable for making watch chains'
bracelets, he. wanted, for which a Literal pric, in eah
w ill be damI, tin it deliver) at our shop. W. kr II.
Stni, ut ?(wU-UuraYin,
Bow an County....Coirt of h as ami quarter Sessions i
.Ytnrmhrr .SV , 18J0.
'Jacob Sink, j
Original Attachment Leicd, i.c.
TT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, tltat tho
difrtidun, .lacob Siuk, is-not an inhabitant of this
state, it is wit r fore ordere by tin- Coir, that pubhea.
tion be made for three wet ks success! vi y, in the Weat
rrn Curoliiiian, printed in Saliaburj-, that the defendant
appear at the next Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
to be held for the County of llisn, at the Court-llonso
in Salisbury, on the third Monday in February next, re
piety and plead to issue, or judgment will be entered
according to tlie pLiutifl ' demand. 3w30
Test. JOM GILES.
" Bo wan Countyr.T.t'oart ofPtea indtjuarter Session s r-
t'urmtn:r Xt Mtiont, 1820.
Muniford Dejournett, "j
if. I Petition for distribu-
John Dejournett, administrator of tive slure.
(Christopher Dejournett. - J
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court, that the
defendant, John Dejournett, is not an inhabitant of
this state, it is therefore ordered, tltat publication be
made three weeks successively, in the Western Caroli
nian, printed in Salisbury, that the defendant appear at
the next, Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions to be held
for the county of Kowan, at the court-house in Salisbury,
on the third Monday in February next, ami plea I, an
swer, or demur to this petition, or judgment will be ta
ken pro coufesso, ami said petition heard ex parte. t32
JOHN GILES, Ck'rk of Huvan County.
Maxwell And Henry Chambers, and othcrO Petition for
' J-the division
James Irwin, Bobcrt and Samuel Chambers. of land.
TT appearing to the satisfaction of thr Court,' that the
Jl defendants in this case arc the inhabitants of other
states.... 'I 'hervfure, unlrred. That publication be made for
six weeks in the fVeHerh CuroUman, published in tin- town
of Salisbury, that unless they appear at the next Court of
Pleas and Quarter Serious to be held for the county nf
Iredell, on the third Monday in February, 1821, and plead,
answer, or demur to said petition, judgment w ill be ta
ken pro confesso, and heard cxpurte. 0wi9
H. SI MOXTONT Ctertrr
bury, a general and well selected assortment of
received direct from New-York and Philadelphia,
and laid in at prices that will enable liini to sell remark
ably loWr Jlis-ctistonterS, -aml-tlMf -jmbl'Mv-ar respect
fully invited to call and examine for themselves. All
kinds of Country Produce received in exchange.
Dec. 12, 1820. Ia27 .1. Ml KPHY,
REMAINING in the Post-)fiice afConconl, North
Carolina, January 1, 1821 ; w hich, if not taken out
previous to the 1st of April, they will oe .sent to the
General Post-Office, as dead letters. .. . -r" :
A. Alexander Abijah. B. Baker Sarah, Basingcr
Matluasi Burris Sbldniom C.-Culp TPi3cr?!fai)Vi Mob
ert, Coleman William, 2. p.-Downtim Speakman, JWiff
John. G. Ganfner James, Gibson John, Gilmer Josjah,
liam, Harris Hector K., Harris Elam, Harris James S.
J. Jamison John C. K.-King Patrick. L.-p-Lamra
James jr. M. McCachroh Peter. H., McKin Andrew,
Means John,- McGraw Susana,- Morrison- Flam J;' O.-
Oit Isabella. P. Pickens Alexander, Propes John,
Propes Henry. B. Bidinhow'er Nicholas. S. -Sear-brougli
Silas, Sims Nathaniel,. Stafford James I!., Smith
Hugh, 2. : T. Tucker George, U. Udy JaCoh.- W'.
West Dorothy C Walter Martin; Wood Alexander, Wi
lie Isaac . DAVID STORKE, A. P.M.
flfj1 Subscriptions will be received at .this office for the
following Literary Publications, 8c. viz : The Edinburgh
Hevifcw, London Quarterly do. North-American do. Am
alcctic Magazine, Port Folio, Christiaij Spectator, Mis
sionary Herald, &e. tic. - 3v30 ..
Court ' Plrai and Quarter Senimn,
October A'tirt . 1. D. 1 8 M.
Thomas and John Tipps,
I n .... m f. . I .
rt. i I'ciuion lor nisrriouuve
iatuisa and Conrad Tipps, sl.aresof tlte estate of Mat-
uilnihimtraiurM uf J thias Tipps, deceased.
Matthias Tipps, deceased. J
IT appealing to the tlourt that Imisa Tipps is not an
inhabitant of this state, it is therefore (trd-ret, by tlic
co'irt, that notice be published six weeks in the ll'ettern
Curit'iuinn, requiring the said Louisa Tipps to appear at
the next County Cmirt of Pleas and Quarter Sessions Uf
be held for said county at the Coiirt-Hotisc in Lincoln
ton, on the third Monday in January next, then and there
lo. ana w cr. nr demur . lo , Uvc . said petition -othe r wise - it
will be taken pro r vnfcttn, ami julged accordingly aS to
the said Louisa Tipps. Witness V. M'Be'e, Clerk of said
court, at Lincoluton, the third Monday of Dctober, 1K20.
6w25 ' .1 .1 ; ; ; ; . VAttDUV Jl'BEli C. L
' levied on sundry articles.
TT appearing to the Court .that, tlic defendant is not a
residenter of this state...-. Or-Ji-m, tlierefore, that pub
liration be niade three mouths in the,IFrrt'n Carolinian,
that the defendant appear at tlic iCXt Court to be hell
for sr.id county, at the court-house in Charlotte, on fourth
Monday in February, next, and replevy ami plead to is
sue, or demur, otherwise judgment final will be entel'fcd
agaiifsThirhT- ; - 3m29r
a corr. ISAAC ALEXANDER, CM. C;
IREDELL COUKTy.-IN EQUITY.
TfW.ftn tin, tti.
sale of land.
John Martin, John Price, Milly Price,
Sally Young, Charles C. Young, I.e
mini Young, Adaline Young, I)orin
da Yminjr, William M. Young, Tho
mas Yoijng, and Adelaide 1. YoungJ
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Curt that the .
defendants in this case arc thfeinhabitants of another'
state and government : Tltertfwe, ordered. That publica
tion; be made for six" wetk m the ll'ettt'rn '.Carolinian,
unless the aforesaid parties appear at .the next Superior
Court of '-taV and I Fxiwtv q,het liejcj for the county yt"
Iredell, oithe fifth. Monday' after the fourth Monday iu
March next, and plead, answer. 6r demur to said pHitjon,
'.jVte wci $ tokt prflf so hetjrt t; ,
.vi.A.tninratter war stund we 'iti&ffiipdffl"
I oai j hC thLuiTtit Caaou5(i,N ; . i