North Carolina Newspapers

    that the Minister of the United States in
Spain was, by letters from this Depart
ment, of 13th and 16th June last, instruc
ted, upon his return to Madrid, to repre
sent the same to your government, and to
request new and peremptory orders to
that officer, for the delivery of the ar
chives in his possession, conformable to the
stipulation of the treaty. The renewal
of the order was declined, upon the
ground of entire confidence on the part
of your government, that the Captain
General would before it could be received,
have completed the deli very of the ar
chives and documents, as lie hud been com
manded by the King.
" I regret to be obliged to ctate, that
this just expectation of his Catholic Ma
jesty has not yet been fulfilled.
" Captain James IJiddle, Commander of
the United States' frigate Macedonian,
has therefore been commissioned to re
pair to the Havana, there to receive the
documents and archives, which Col. Forbes
was obliged to leave, and which it is hoped
the Captain General and Governor of Cu
ba will cause to be delivered without fur
ther delay.' ib.
'I'l'L'CH 4 V "IXI vr V T 10"V
The present session of Congress will termi
nate to-morrow, by adjournment. What impor
tant benefits will result to the nation from its
measures, is not yet determined; but its deeds,
we think, will hardly be emblazoned in golden
letters on the roll of fame. Neither much harm,
nor much good, can be attached to its proceed
ings; but there is one circumstance to bo pled
in extenuation, that most of the members were
new, and had to become acquainted with parlia
mentary forms, and the routine of business, and
with a great many other things which candidates
never dream cf, but of which members of Con
.jrfyj must not he Before they have
become initiated, therefore, in the mysteries of
legislation, they cannot reasonably be required
to do much ; or, in other words, before they have
learnt their trade, they cannot be supposed to be
expert at it. There is abundant political guess
work about the radicalism, as it is termed, of
the present Congress, and some shrewd predic
tions have been uttered, which may, and which
may not, be verified : but for ourselves, we sus
pect things will go on pretty much as they have
done. Economy is popular; and it is not to be
wondered at if the popular branch of our Na
tional Legislature should at least talk a great
deal about it, and in some instances mistake par.
simony for economy. We have nothing worse,
nor nothing more, we think, to apprehend from
The mode of conducting business in
the Trench Chamber of Deputies, often
not only renders its proceedings ludicrous,
but gives to it more the character of a dis
orderly rabble, than of an orderly, digni
lied, and grave body of legislators. Ma
ny of the transactions of the French As
sembly, which, in France, appear to pass
off as nothing uncommon or deserving of
particular notice, and are apparently for
gotten the next moment after their occur
, rencc, would in this country, or in Eng
land, be productive of pretty serious con
sequences. What, for instance, would
be the result, if a member of the House
of Representatives should rise in his seat,
and give the Speaker the lie ? Yet is this
done in the French Chamber of Deputies
and seems there to excite no surprize.
Take the following as an exnmple :
M. Chauvelin throws off quickly his- robe as
deputy, and rushing from his seat, encounters
the Commissary of the King, at the foot of the
tribune. A dispute takes place, and M. Chauve
lin returns to his sc at.
The President "The amendment is rejec
ted." Mr. n. Constant, striking his desk with vio
lence, as did a crowd of -other members, "
not so it is false J"
"If you could count,' said the President,
vou would see that it is so."
The law of 1319, authorized the truth
to be Riven in evidence in cases of libel
of public functionaries. In the late de
bate on the Censorship, it was proposed to
destroy this privilege; and the Keeper of
the Seals, on the part of the Kin, to
whom the proposition had been previously
submitted, stated that he was authorized,
by his Majesty, to assent to the amend
ment which follows :
44 In no case shall Witnesses be admit
44 ted to prove the truth of defamatory
44 publications."
On which said M. Manuel
" Docs it become the dignity of the
crown to appear here, not to accept or to
refuse an amendment, but to manage an
intrigue ? ...
44 At the close of a long, and fatiguing
discussion, wc have a proposition from
the government without any assigned
motive without any reason ; a law is pro
posed, according to the custom
viMoiit giving a reason for its enforce-j
The following is the speech of M. Gi
rardin :
k I protest against that censorship which
affiicts the arts. Shall we prohibit genius
from preserving the picture and the me
morial of victories dear to the lovers of
?;Iory, and the testimonials of grief, at
once sacred and innocent ?
" Vou declare war against engravings
and lithography. Subjects are proscri
bed which are not attached to the Louvre,
and belong not to certain periods of time.
" If you ask an artisan for those engra-'
vings which fill the hearts of the brave
with emotions which unite the senti
ments of all Frenchmen which console
defeat by the contemplation of thirty vic
tories, he will reply to you, 4 these glo
rious images rye forbidden to the public
" When a law is unjust, you compel
stratagem to elude it. individual interest
is more than a match for the vigilance of
the police. That which is forbidden will
only circulate the more ; and your severi
ty will serve only to give a premium for
proscribed pictures.
44 You defeat yourselves; but your
course is inevitable you must oppose lib
erty. You have made war upon Science
and Letters; the Arts belong to their
family the Arts must suffer with them."
On the question of prohibiting the truth
to be given in evidence in cases of libel,
50 of the minority refused to vote. I hey
stated that they considered the liberty of
the press ;s involved in the existence of
the charter, which was a sacred topic, not
to be discussed. These, with 93 who vo
ted in the ti.inority, made 113: the votes
of the majority were 251.
In the course of the debate, the Marquis
dc La Fayette rose and stated
44 We protest against this measure ; and
we appeal to the patriotism and the ener
gies of the people of France. We pro
test, and will not vote."
Ctar'estLii Courier. ,
The English East-India Company is posscsy-d
of more wealth and power than any incorporated
company, which has ever existed. The interest
which the British government have in opposing
the aggrandisement f Russia in the East is ea
sily accounted for, when the immense wealth
ami resources drawn from lie; dominions in that
quarter of the wo:! I :.rc taken into considera
tion. The Company commenced business with
a capital of 72,00'J. sterling, which in two hun
dred ve:trs has increased to 21,000,000; thev
own oS0,000 square miles ; have 80,000,000 of
inhabitants ; 130,000 soldiers ; and 17,000,000 an
nual income. It was a faoritc object of Bona
parte to cripple his great ene my in this quarter,
and had the expedition into Russia not eventua
ted as it did, he would have had that in his pow
er which Kuss.a will now have, should she crush
the Ottoman Porte. Alexander proceeds be
strides to this object which are not less sure be-'
cause they are sIoa ithout the daring and
impetuous disposition ot Napoleon lie possesses ,
all his amuition, and is tnc more dangerous to his
present allies, because his motives are conceal-. fov every quadruple letter, quadruple those
cd under an impenetrable veil of hypocrisy and rates; and for every letter or package weighing
intrigue. Georgian. ; one ounce avoirdupois weight, single postage for
every quarter of an ounce, and in that propor
Lord John Russcl has addressed two tion for all greater weights : and the postage to
, c r be charged on newspapers shall be, tor anv dis-
letters to the yeomanry and farmers of tancc excccdin 5l0 lniles , c'nt. folr anv
hngland, on the subject of retrenchment, distance over 50 miles, and not exceeding 300
He advises a 4 siurc reghnen for aU irho miles, H cents; and for any distance over 300
live vion the public imneu" "When un miles, 2 cents ; provided the postage to be charg-
individual is not able to pay his debts, he C(l on a s5nSlc newspaper from any one place to
ought not to say, 4 my cariiage and horses anothc,r n th? samf ts.tate or erntorv, shall not
? i ii exceed 1 cent : and the postage to be charged
are nccessaiy to me, I must keep them. on niaffazines or pamphlets shall be, for any dis-
In the same way he says the government tancc not exceeding 50 miles, 1 cents per sheet ;
ought to renounce every Species of luxu- for any distance over 50 miles, and not execed-
rv. "It is unnecessary to say, that to ing 150 miles, 2 cents per sheet ; for any distance
encourage men to pay their money in over 150r milcs' f.";1 notcxccedinS 300 miles, 2?.
V . 1 J c cents; for anv distance over o00 miles, and not
taxes, that t'-cy may afterwards borrow cxcccding. 500 miles, Scents; and for any dis
thc same money from merchants and ! tance exceeding five hundred miles, 3h cents ;
brokers, paying interest for the use of it,
is but sorry comfort." "The money
which is extracted by the hard giipe of
the excisemen from the English faimer
and laborert is placed in the hands of the
commissioners of the sinking fund, who
buy stock with it ; the seller of the stock
purchases with his cash a share in Mr.
Kotschild's Neapolitan loan, and the En
glishman's tax is then sent eff for Naples,
to pay the Austrian troops for preserving
the Neapolitan nation from the horrors
a free government. And this is the man -
ner in which Mr. Vansittart and a com-
mittce of the House of Commons purpose
to relieve the distresses of the farmers ol
Paris and London. An intelligent wri
ter in the London Traveller, gives a min
ute statement of the expenses of living in
Paris and London. In precisely the same
style, the expenses in the first city ore,
for a gentleman, lady, and female servant,
21. 20s. 3d. sterling, per week ; in the lat
ter, 51. 7s. 6d. Amusements, Opera,
Theatre, Sec. six nights in the week, in
Paris, 9s. 6d. in London, 1. 5s. 6d. Ex
clusive of dress, three persons may live
in comfort and luxury in Paris for IS'.',
per annum ; in London, the same l:ing
will cost 280. If economy be studied, in
a cheap part of France a family may live
as well on 80. per annum, as in the cheap
est part of England for 120. These
facts account for the great number of En
I'libh residents in 1'rancu. Bait. Patriot.
A vessel arrived at Philadelphia on Sat
urday last, which brings Gibraltar papers
to the 9ih March, containing the Speech
of the Kin? of tain. a: ;he opening' of
the session of the new Cortes, and the an
swer of Uicgo the President. The King
abstains from taking any notice of the
South American Provinces .Yat. Intel.
Late accounts are received from Vene
zuela, by the way of Charleston. A letter
from Hogotaof the 13th December, states
that President Bolivar had marched to
wards Popayan, to open the campaign on
the Province of Quito, with a formidable
army. The Congress in the new slate of
Guatimala, (formerly part of Mexico,)
was to have met on the first day of last
month. Col. Vasquez died at Caraccas
on the 1 1th ult. universally regretted. ib.
44 Havana, aphil 13. You have un
doubtedly heard of the fate of an Amer
ican schooner, which was boarded off
Cape Antonio, taken possession of, rob
bed, and burnt by the pirates. She was
bound to this Island ; had touched at St.
Thomas, where she had a German super
cargo put on board, whose throat was cut,
as well as that of one of the crew A
Hamburgh brig likewise, bound from
Cowcs to this port, has been robbed of
836,000 cash, off Cape Confetcs no per
son killed. I cannot give you the partic
ulars of the American schooner. We
have nothing more here than I have sta
ted, of which there is no doubt.
post-office di:p AR 7MEXT.
The bill "further to regulate the post office
Department," which was reported in the House
of Representatives on Wednesday last, and is
now depending there, provides, among other
things as follows : That all post roads shall be
discontinued, on which the nctt proceeds of post
ages do'not amount to one-third of the expense
of conveying the same, except those which lead
to seats of government, or between seats of gov
ernment of the several states or territories, or
to or between scats of justice ; that no postmas
ter shall frank or receive, free of postage, any j
letter or package, except on business relating to
his office ; that no postmaster shall be concerned
in any contract for carrying the mail ; that any
postmaster shall be forthwith removed from of
fice who shall fail to render his accounts within
forty days, or to pay drafts on him by the Gener
al Post Office for moneys due by him to the of
fice ; that no allowance for clerk-hire in post of
fices shall hereafter he made, unless sanctioned
by the Postmaster General ; that the commissions
hereafter to be allowed, per quarter, to postmas
ters, shall be as follows : On any sum not exceed
ing one hundred dollars, twenty-five per cent. ;
on any slim not exceeding two thousand three
hundred dollars over and above the first hundred
dollars, twenty per cent. ; and on any sum above
the first two thousand three hundred dollars,
eight per centum ; that the following postages
be hereafter charged, viz : on every single let
ter conveyed by mail for any distance not ex
ceeding 20 miles, 6$ cents ; for any distance over
20 miles, and not exceeding 60 miles, 10 cents ;
for any distance over 60 miles, and not exceeding
120 miles, 12S cents; for any distance ovcrTSO
miles, anil not exceeding 240 miles, 18 cents;
for any distance over 240 miles, and not exceed
ing 400 miles, 20 cents ; for anv distance-lover 400
miles, and not exceeding 740 miles, 25 cents ;
ail(; for any distance above 740 miles, 31 cents :
un,i for every double letter, double those rates ;
for everv triple
trinle letter.' trinlc those rates: and
that no publisher or printer of a newspaper shall
be entitled to receive, free of postage, more
than 50 newspapers, nor more than 6 from any
one state : that no officer of the government
shall frank or receive free of postage any letters
other than those relating to the business of his
office. National Intelligencer.
Mtlancholu Occident. On the 21st in
stant, as Mrs. Tabitha Knowlton, in corn-
jpany with her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Sa
rah Knowlton, were on their way to the
residence of Robert Henry, Esq. of this
' county, and when near the house, the
horse ran away with them. The latter
j lady jumped out of the chair, and was
I considerably injured. A short time altcr-
wards the chair was dashed in pieces, and
the former lady instantly killed. They
had been invited to witness the maniage
ceremony of their friends. On the as
sembling of the guests, 44 the funeral bier,
and not the nuptial couch, presented itself
to their astonished sight."
Cape Fear Recorder
R ebbe ry Ejc t ra T h e ofiic e o f t h e P os
ton Statesman was entered by some felo
nious marauder on Monday night last,
who, with force and arms against the
peace, contrary to the statute in that case
made and provided, in evil example to all
others in like case to offend, Sec. Sec fee.
stole, took, and carried away, the Editor's
Spectacles ! This notorious, though un
profitable plunder, was fleeted by forcing
a desk. Considering the provoking na
ture of the case, our brother Editor ic
tains his philosophy very well, and tclis
the story with much humor. By the
kindness of a friend, his nose was re
mounted, or rather restraddled ; and on
examining his desk, he says
" We were soon able to discover, thr-.t the res
idue c-f the rcas'.:xe contain tel hi the desk, con-
sistingof sundry rejected poetical, political, and
miscellaneous communications, had escaped cap
ture. ' It woudd seem that the light lingered
gentry of this city are making such rapid im
provements in the art of pilfering, that they will
soon equal their brethren on the other side of
the water, where spectacles are not safe, even
on the nose of the owner. In the present case,
however, we hope the thief, after he has seen
through his ernor, will return the stolen goods."
The Statesman Editor might, with pro
propriety, wish a penalty inflicted, similar
to the one invoked bv Lord Chatham on
the servant, who stole his large velvet gout
shoes, though the punishment would not
be so severe. 44 The rascal I (said his
Lordship,) 44 I hope the shoes will lit
him." .Yat. Intel.
Geo. Phillips, of Philadelphia, has proposed to
erect a line of Telegraphs, on the coast of the
United States, by which a line of communication
may be formed from city to city, and any ques
tion asked and answered between ashmgton I
and New-York, in the space of half an hour. The
machine is of simple construction it is a small
mast, upon which a frame is fixed, which, with
six balls of wood., covered with canvas and pain
ted black, completes the apparatus. Georgian.
A Liverpool paper of Feb. 9, says, "There
have been in this neighborhood only 24 days of
clear cloudless sky, from Jan. 1821, to Jan. 1,
1S22, a period of 12 months, and the greater
part of the 24, were in the three first months of
From the Burlington Ccntlnel.'
?.Tr. Mills: A professional gentleman
in this place has made a recent discovery
in the calculation of Simple Interest,
which I presume will be of use to the
busy part of mankind, and which, I be
lieve, has never been taken notice of. You
are at liberty to publish it.
In any sum of money the interest of the
same for G days, will be found to be the
figures on the left hand side of the decimal
point, "calling "the-first mills. Thus the
interest of SI 75 00 for 6 days, 'is 17 cents
and 5 mills; for 5 days half the sum, and
so in proportion.
be given for apprehending and deliv
ering to the subscribers I'OUK NKGIiO
MKN, (who left their owners on last evening lor
no other reason than to endeavor to reach some
state where they will he free men,) x. : llobin,
Jacob, Julius and ltixcn, (who perhaps may be
in company with several others.) Itobin is about
25 years of age, dark complexion, heavy Imilt,
a likely active waiting man, and'a good wagon
er an honest, faithful servant, one who never
had his back marked with a whip ; in a word,
we had all confidence in him. He has a large
scar across one of his hands and fingers from the
cut of a cotton machine. Jacob is a black fel
low, about 45 years of age, 5 feet S or 10 in
ches high, stoop'd shoulders, grey head and
large whiskers : he is an old olfender. Julius
is about 35 or 4D years of age, yellow complex
ion, a little above the middle size, likely, active,
smart fellow, can read and perhaps write, lfix
on, belonging to James Harris, of York District,
S. C. is about 35 years old, stout made, but low
er than the common size of negroes; is of a
black complexion, speaks slow, and has a down
look when spoken to. He was brought from
the eastern shore' in Maryland, by Mr. Springs,
15 years ago, and sold to J. Harris.- He took
with him a drab great-coat, a suit of brown
broad-cloth, all new, two spotted vests, two pair
white pantaloons, three pair of shoes, three
neek-cloths, a white hat, and upwards of g20 in
cash. No doubt they (with all in their compa
ny) will make the best of their way either- on
the route leading to the north or west, perhaps
the latter. The above reward, or one quarter
for either, will be paid on their being appre
hended or secured, so that we get them. We
expect their route will be by the way of Wilkes
borough. Any communication respecting the
above negroes or either of them, can be made
to llobcrt Uinkins, Charlotte, N. C.
JWc'-'klcnbmg Co. V. C.
.ipril29, 1822. . 6wtlQ5
I") AX AWAY from the subscriber, near Char
lottc, on Sunday night, the 28th inst. FOUR
NEGROES, viz : Tom, Tone, Tob, and Washing
ton. Tom is about 55 years of age, modest and
cute. Tone is about 15 years old, dark colored,
and out mouthed. Tob is not quite so dark, but
thick made, and appears stubborn. Washington
is nhout 10 ears old. and down-cast look. Tom
took with liim a pair of buck-skin trowscrs, and
a drab great-coat. The boys had one mixed
coat, and one of red and blue homespun ; two
pair of new shoes, two new wool hats, and two
or three pair of other shoes. They also took
with them one rifle gun, without a box, and a
half stocked shot gun, and screw-driver, with a
buckdiorn handle. To any person that will ap
prehend the above negroes and lodge them in
anv jail so that I get them again, I will pay Forty
Dllhirs ; or twenty dollars for Tom alone, and
ten dollars for 1 one, and live dollars for each of
Meck lenburg Co. J C.
. ipril 2 3822. 3vtl02p
To hdetakeYS,
TTOR the purpose of building a Male and Fe
1 male Academy in Charlotte, N. C. Propo
sals will be received by either of the undersign
ed, until the last Wednesday in May, for making
and delivering at the place of building, as soon
as practicable, two ImiutreQ tnousana w en maue
and burnt brick, of the usual size. Persons
making proposals will say how soon they will
undertake to deliver the brick.
.Ivtl0.1 WM. DAVIDSON.
(XT The Trustees of the Charlotte Male and
Female Academy are notified to meet at Char
lotte on the last Wednesday in May.
Tfc Subscribe
TTTfAVING purchased the interest of Major
ii Greenlee and Mr. E. Foor, in the firm ot
Greenlee, Avery &f Co. will continue the Mer
cantile business in the same house ; where lie
hopes, bv his attention to business, to merit a
-l are cf public favor. JAMES AVERY.
. Vv.-.-Yii.'sn, Jtril , 1S22. 3 tlQU
JUST opening and for sale, at the Stor? of th
subscriber, viz : Blue and black Broadcloth,
very cheap ; do. common, various colors ; Ca.ssi
ihe'res," of different colors ; black and colored:
Canton Crapes ; Bombazettes and black Ye! vets ;
Silks, and Silk Shawls, of every description ;
Cambric and Bcbcs, for ladies' dresses ; Domes
tic Cloth, of the best quality ; Hats, Hornets, and
Shoes, a'complote assortment ; besides numer
ous other articles. i'sa, Powder, shot, ait 1 lead ;
best gunpowder tea, and chocolate ; Writing
Paper and School Hooks, Sec. Scc.'occ.
In addition to the above, a-good supply cf
GROCERIES, OJc. such as brown and loaf Su
gar, Coffee, and Pepper; Copperas: Dutch and
English Scythes ; patent Ikks; Hard-H arc, f
various kinds; itf and China ll'wve. Sic. : All
cf which will be sold vt-rv low fur c;ish..
Salisbury, .ifr:??u 1S22 P6tf "
WVuu VftUou,.
Jo. 6 Craft's Sunth IVjairf Charier.: S. C.
rgENDERS his services to the. .planters "and
JL merchants in the western part of North-Carolina,
as Factor and Commission Merchant.'" The
facilities uom" afforded by Steam-Boats, in trans
porting produce and. merchandize to and from
Cheraw and Charleston, will most likely render
caieful agents mAre ' necessary than formerly.
W. P. will buv and forward Goods -to order, and
sell all kinds of produce for a commission of 2t
per crnt.
Through the assistance" of se friend,7 lie will,
when it is required,- advance rcasnably-;cn pro
duce which tle owner may v. ish to ho!d for. a
better market. He will also attend very partic
ularly to the forwarding of goods from Philadel
phia, New-York, Sec. Pei sons unacquainted with
him, will please refer to Mr. George Miller, Sa
lisbury, N. C. David Reinhardt, Esq. l.incolntcn,
N. C. or James Patton, senior, Ashville, N. C.
GwtlQ-3 -
S"1 EG leave to inform their friends and the pub
fc J - lie, that they have made an establisment in
the above, business at Newark, New -Jersey, eight
miles from New-York, where they havi: constant
ly on hand, of their own manufacture, an exten
sive assortment of . , f
Of ail kinds, Harness, Trunks, Whips, and Spurs
Also, Skirting Leather; Bridle and Harness
do. ; Hop; Skins ; Sheep, Calf, and Morocco do. ;
Saddle Trecsj and Saddlery Ware, of every de
scription. Merchants that are on to the North,
and deal in the articles, will find it to-their inter
est to call and examine. Orders will be care
fully executed, and goods sent to any part of the
United States. They respectfully solicit a share
of the public patronage.
Alivark, .March 23, 1822. 6vtl 02 . .
F FpIIE copartnership existingetween John M.
IL Greenlee, James Avery, and Edwin Poor,
under the firm of Greenlee, Avery J Co. is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.' Those having
accounts on the books, will please settle the same
with James -Avery, who is authorized to settle
the business of said firm.
JWorganton, .April 1, 1822. ' - - SvvtlOQ
A SEMINATIY for the instruction of youth
J. was opened at this place on the 15th instant.
Classes for instruction in Spelfing, Reading and
Writing, 2 50 cents per quarter; Arithmetic,
, Geography and Geometry, g3 per quarter ;
Rhetoric, Logic, and-Ethics, g4. per quarter ;
' Natural Philosophy, Astronomy and the Latin
; Language, 5 per quarter. ' English grammar,
i elocution and composition, will be taught each
student who can read and write, and no extra
charge made. Should health permit, this insti
tution will be permanent. Patronage from this
; and adjoining counties, and at a distance, is con
fidently solicited and expected. Mild though
prompt government will be used, and each pu
pil's taste, disposition and talent, diligently stud
ied. Lax government lias proved misciiievous,
from ignorance in this matter ; and, energy be
come tyranny by attempting to force nature.
Moral and religious instruction on the Sabbath,
and during the week, will form part of tv plan
proposed. This place and the neighh' i vuod,
are indeed healthy; and board can be,?iadon
moderate terms. Three or four little bo; s will
be received as boarders, bv
Principal of the Seminarv.
.Lexington, -V. C. .lpril, 1822. 99tl04
ITIAKES this vehicle to return his grateful
JL thanks to the citizens ot Mecicieniuig, ana
the. public-in general, for the liberal patronage
he has received ; and hopes, by his promptness
and' unremitted application,. to merit. a continu
ance of their favor. - .
Charlotte, .lpril 8, 1822. , 4wtl00
Saddling lousiness.
THE subscriber wishes" to inform his friends,
and the public, that he has established him
self in the Saddling Business, at the plantation
owned by Dr. Ferrand, which goes by the. name
of the Houk Place, 3 mil 33 from Thyatira Meet
ing House ; where he is prepared to execute all
work in his line of business, with neatness and
despatch. He will make, on short notice, La
dies' Saddles, with large skirts, at $14 each, and
Gentlemen's do. at $12. - All kinds of Bridles,
Harness, &c. made at a proportionable price.'
Ilo-ran Co. pril 29, 1822. 3vvtlQlp
Staiii o oYW-ljaYoYua,
C1 OUXTV Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions
J April Term, A. D. 1822.:ter Forney vs.
Christian Reinhardt OriginafaUachment, lev
ied on six negroes and sundry articles of person
al propertv. It appearing to the satisfaction cf
the courtthat Christian Reinhardt, the defend
ant, is not an inhabitant of this state ; It is there
fore ordered by court, that he appear at the next
county court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, to
be held for Lincoln county, at the Court-IIousft
in Lincolnton, on the third Monday in July next,
replevy and plead to issue, or judgment by de
fault final will be entered up against him. Or
dered, by court, that publication hereof be made
three montlis successively in the Western Caro
linian 3mtll2p
Tes't, VARPRY M'BHE; C. C.
Oons tables l&CAims
Fur sale at this Office.

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