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TKDAY MOKMVC, AH'II. '
We arc authorized to state, t hat Wu.-
rx i . .. i :
HAW 1M V I DSO t i.mj. Having urcu sum i-
tcd by many of his fellow citizens, is a
oandidateto represent tliis lilcvcnth Con
gressional District, competed of the coun
ties of Mecklenburg, (,'ubatrus, and I-in-cxdri,
in the eighteenth Congress of the
The rule which we adopted, some
rjjorths since, not to publish any marriage
communicated anonymously, we thought
would secure us against impositions; but
we have been disappointed. In our paper
of April I, we published the marriage of
lames Avery, V.- of Morganton, with
out the reme-tebl suspicion, that by a fraud,
as despicable, asthc motives which promp
ted it were unfeeling and malicious, we
were doing that which would very sensi
bly wound the feelings of that gentleman
and his amiable lady. The imposition
oonsisted in substituting for the name of
Bliss Brown, the young; lady to whom he
was married, a fictitious one, to gratify
passions as little indicate of a good hcait,
as of the refined and delicate feelings of
The marriage came to us under the re
uponsibility of a name ; bui we are f 4tTul
now, that that also, may prove to be ficti
tious. Hut we will give it ; and perhaps
that, with the manuscript, which is in our
possession, may furnish a clue to the dis
covery of the author; the name is I'tirr
tl'ftiturniunt, r .it her cacophonous, wheth
er real or ficticious. I he letter is post
marked " I.inrjtnt',n, 24lt March," and
fits, under the superscription, the words
rreJrom I'. If." We hope this cir
cumstance may bring to the recollection
of the Post Master at Line olnton the name
ef the person who deposited the letter in
lis office. It is due to the community
that he should be discovered, and, if not
amenable to the laws of his country, ex
posed to the just reproaches of the puhlic-
Hereafter, in publishing deaths and
tfiarriages, we shall not only require the
Same of persons communicating them,
but those names must be resfiwtible.
It is absolutely necessary to pursue this
course, to guard ourselves and the public
against future impositions of the kind.
On Sunday, the Cth inst. the dead bo
dv of a negro man, who is supposed to
have been drowned, was found lodged
against a rock in the Yadkin river, about a rr"m lhe Harper". Ferry (Va.) free Tres.
tmle above Pet.nington's fei rv, Montgom- TnT.1I. F.Cl.ll'sr. OF TltF. SI'.Y.
try county. It had on a pair of blue cas- On the 27ll of June, 182. a: 34 min-
simere pantaloons and vest, coarse yam "V s v,st ,our 'clok ,hc "''.f10""
. ,. . , will rnd the piesent ( hahlcan pcuod, and
-stockings, and a blue bandanna ctav4t. , r . r . i . . . ,
leave us for the spnee cd twohouis and
The corpse was in u state c.r putrefaction; f,r,T u.inu-es in sublime and pleading as
the skull, bones of the face, and one arm, tonMunent. as night will be rcalied atnl
were completely denuded,
tan Monday evening.
It was butied
A very ;i'i! 'ing tlejt'i as rcl. ted toil'.rlipse : thev re mule for the meridian
us last week, bv a gcn-lrmati from David-1"' 11 rprr'. Ferrv, in latitude 2 .
sf ; ,ltii longi'ude 7:r 'J V. of Crecuwich, and
son counts. Mi. J.f.h J.hl, a totint. ,
' h i!os : it m.
man about ye-rs cl 1, accorrrsn.ed by I'e,,,,;,, f hc ei ,psc. 4 31 nftcrnnon.
another young man, both of Davidson. Total darkness, - 5 56
went into the bon'eis of Guilford countv. Pud f 21
fir lha ntirrvisp .,f r,i,tin mil rmnlinr- Duration, ... 2 AO
....... . . . ?
ntuis, on tnc Wlh o. January las. ; t.urmg
the day, young Mr. Id j! went a short
tanre into the woods to fell a tree, while
his fellow. laborer remained to split what
timber was already dow n ; ufter he had
Snisl.cd, he went to where Idol had been
at woik, und there found his lifeless body
. crushed between the trunk of the tree
and the hard fion earth. The tire, in
failing, ia supposed to have struck the
point of a hill on which it stood, and
"whirled round and recoiled back so rapid
ly, that the unfortunate young man was
unable to get out of the way before he
vyas struck to the ground.
Mr. Idol's character was most unex
cfptiotubly good ; (0 j,;s industry and
exertions, o mother and two sisters were
tilniost wholly indebted for the it main
fainanre. He was utiiveraally esteemed
while living; ami his death is mojined
md lamented by all who knew him
What gave unusual poiirnnnrv to the in iel
of his relatives and the sympathy ol Ids!
ivirtbs w4?,ilmt hftjjasd u;iij hcjjtwctc'
l i,j. 1 1 ; i a;;i ,w. yon:.'; .,..y ir.e
iK'i jliboi'iiood ; who were, in a few days,
Ik line been united in the eulearii,; re
lation of nun and wile.
His remains were followed to the grave
by u larger concourse of citizens than was
ever bef ue witnessed on a similar, or per
haps any other, occasion, in that county.
The Convention of the Protestant Kp-is-
copal Church of the Diocess of Noi til
Carolina assembled in thistown on I hut s
day, the 10th inst. and had not adjournei
when our paper went to press. We are,
therefore, unable to give our readers its
proceedings in tliis week's paper. We
can barely say, that the Convention elect
ed unanimously, the Rev. Dr. Havenscroi,
of Virginia, Hishopof the Dioccbs of N.
The proceedings of the Convention
were unusually interesting; and we hope
to be able, next week, to notice them
Dinner o Cut. Ilnuli nn-t. On Thurs-
day, the 2Tih ult. the citizens of Haleigh J sapling which had been bent by tiie pres
gave a dinner to Col. Henderson, who was I cure of the tree, and was freed by the
aoout to uepart will! his latmiy lor tnc
Chit kas.iw country, which is to become!
his future residence. At S o'clock, a ve
ly numerous company assembled at the
Hell Cavern, and sat down to ihe excel
lent repast provided bv Mr. Wynne, for
the occasion. Col. Polk and (ien. Jones,
presided. After the cloth was removed,
Col. Polk gave as a toast, " Our much re
spected townsman, Col. Thomas Hender
son." To this Col. P. added a lom ise and
handsome encomium on the character ol
the guest whom they had met to honor, and
concluded with an expression of the brst
wishes which the kindliest feelings of his
best friends could dictate. The toast was
drank standing, with loud applauses.
Col. Henderson rose, evidently under
the excitement of strong feelings, and
exptcssi d his thanks in a very appropri
ate manner for the honor done him by the
met ting, and for the st ntiments just ex
pressed; sentiments valuable in them
selves ; dcr to him. as comint,' from such
friend as his fellow townsmen had al
ways proved themselves to be, and more
highly tppreciatfd as rxpressed through
one whose standing in Society and revo
lutionary services, gave an impress of pc
culiar value upon every thing he uttered.
I o thr citizens of Haleigh, and to the
State at large, Col. 11 said, his obligations
were i;ri it: to this partiality ant' undevi
ating frie ndship, he owed that which gave
to life nt in v of its enjoyment! : and let
his destinies rarrr him wheresoever they
might, atd place him timler whatever cir
cumstances thev would, he should ever
retain the -most affectionate regard for the
people of Raleigh, and feel pride as well
as pleasure, in the recollection that he
was a son of North Carolina. He beg
ged leave to propose " The health of the
citizens of Raleigh." The Colonel sat
down i'tnidst the loud cheerings of the
company. Ka'.n-jh licUtt r.
'' v's'','t'' our atmosphetc should
be fue horn clouds. The writer of this
artii U" Ins tindv-i taken the agreeable task
j of m.'kiut' eh ul.i'.itiiis relstne to the dil
tfetenf l.h ses and a-prcts of this pi cat
The return of this phenomenon bciuir
; vaIjjljlc jn c(,niC(tlcncc , ,c rctroc:
dis-.Mon 0f the lunar nodes, which is 19 de
gicss and 2') minute every ycr. It y
means of this variation, it is seldom seen
in anv countty mote than twice in an nge.
It will not he visible in I.nrope, but will
to the American continents, and part of
lhe Atlantic and Indian Oceans.
In this instance of etlipse. the moon's
inhabitants on the side next the earth if
any such there be) will see her t,hdow,
like a dark spot, travelling over the earth's
surface about twire as fast as her equato
ii..lpart moves from est to caM, for ihe
spate of about fic thousand mile, tlo
breadth van ing according to the sun's ob
liquity. P. S. Since Ihe above was written, the
calculation has hern pursued, and the I i
lowing lesui's nntained :
l he next total etiipse will occur thr
?thof Julv, I83. ut 16 minutes 4 1 sc
rinds past 12 in the innming. It will!.,
invi- 'o us, if coin m.
I he sut ( i ( i iug total eelipse. Inn-cur,
will be iM. lc in the t'tiin d St;i . t (!
will h. j!i i on tl'f '.' tb tlav i f Jul !.'"t !'
a 50 nn-'tl'es CSst-f oiids 7 V
ill the h-1 1 1 1.1 ti.
;v:''.-i"" 1 c. ju. .i.ii,.', i,
fai.iMt tvicthn. 6apt. (J. (i. Ridge
ly his pi es'-ntd lu the University of
rvlahd, lor the Museum, a collection of
Minerals formed during his late visit t
South America, and which includes sev
eialof the most interesting productions
of Peru and Chili, principally from their
Gold and Silver Mines. Capt. R. has al
so presented, with other general curiosi
ties, a couple of specimens of Larthen
Ware, found near the totnbs of Ineas,
which shew that considerable skill in the
art of Pottery existed among the ancient
Peruvians. These specimens, when com
pared with the fragments of similar works
found in the Western States, nwy possi
bly throw some light on the probable his
tory of the civilized tribes who appear to
have once inhabited that portion of our
Such attention to the interests of Sri.
etire is one of numerous evidences of the
enthusiastic devotion of the officers )f our
navy to every object that can promote the
honor and welfare of their country.
A man by the name of John Cheever
was killed lately by the falling of a tree,
on hit own farm in Pennsylvania The
I accident was produced by the recoil of a
breaking of the branch hich confined it.
The danger arising from this cause in
clearing forest lands is very a.rtA to tin
practised woodmen, and a list of deaths
from similar accidents in a settlement of
Scotch on thj Canada side of the St. Law
rence, a few years since, in' luded, as we
arc told, nearly onr third of the able bod
ied iaboters of the colony.
PosTSCE A gentleman of Manches
ter, (Film lately had to pav for a letter,
one pound, fourteen shillings and ten
pence It contained a gown of the value
of twelve shillings, sen' as a present to
his wile, and ordered through mistake
This reminds us of a member of Con
gress, not f. r fem South Carolina, ho
franked Scott's Family liible, and sent
it in the mail from Waihinton to his
The late Mr. Chancier, while Post
.Master General, availed himself of his
Plivileee of troVellillL- rratuilOUsU i'l the
I r n rs
Mail Coaches but on one occasion the
driver not apprized of his station, toll
him that if he wished to go free, hs must
get fnfo the mail. This expedient- which
was totally impracticable, was fortunately
unnecessary Chan. Courier.
MADAME tE STAEL This Celebrated
l.irlv, on visiting the metropolis of (ireat
Britain, had scarcely alighted from her
n.k. rh .r. u.-.,n h- ;Kl ,.A ,(,- u dt.-r tn
post cha.se, when she asked the watte r to
show her the tomb or Richardson.
" Richardson ! Richardson !" thought the
waiter ;" it cannot be Richardson, the ta-
w,n I nr. in f Wm flnnli-n. fnr U is
alive and bustling about his business ; it
I,. P.,l,..r,K r..i!,L ...t r
no doubt the elder partner has died, and
this lady has some claim upon his assets."
To Ccrnhill, therefore, our sentimt ntal
traveller was dircitfd. Not a moment
w,n lost. She drives off. lights front, lur
hackney (oath, pushes bv the clerks in
the f i on' shop, and addressing a grave
looking man in Ma k, perched up in a
kind of pulpit, asks with a fat eiing voice
fur' the tomb of Rirhatdsm." " I he
tomb of Richardson, M idame ! Mr. P.irh
arilson was never in better hcalh ; he lias
at this moment set off for his country
seat." 41 You misapprehend nic. I mean
the divine Richardson." "Oh! a clergy
rn.m ! I know no person of the nuir "
" Na, Sir. not a clergynrin, but t.'ic Ii it h
anlson of laiissa " " Really we l.tiou
no gentlemsn tif the name who keeps a i
lariv." At length a rcfeietirc to the K,.,;;
seller on the other side of the sticet et
the fair enthusiast tiht. She hurt its tdT
to St. Clrnirnt Danes, in the Strind;
roused a kindred spiiit of intlii!-.;..' n i
the sexton by a talism.mic applic.tti : ' I
five shilltne-s : follows his lan'trm "i' :i
! was imw dark,
t. !,t, A , t , O. . . I t I
""" " i"" '"""U
Kcivped the mud and moi-KI of years f Ta
flat stmie, close to the palish p.uinp ;
reads the long sought name, drops ti her
knees to kiss the hallowed inaible, ar.d on
rising up and surveying her wet ami era.;
gled garments, finds too late that lhe
ttsmhof Riihardson is the gr.ie ol tii
liment Xcw MjntltUj Afjguzit.c
A Frenchman being in contpanr at a
ta drinking j'.irty did not obieivc that it
was cus'omaiv to put the spoon into the
up when any body hail dnuik enough,
and the mistress of the. I.ousc imaginitit;
he was fond of tea, hy the tunissiuii, sent
him cup after cup, till he hud dunk i,boc
a dozen dishes rf tea, which hr.witli the
puli'rncss so peculiar to his countrymen,
could not icluse. At length, l.uecr,
seeing the servant approach wi;h more,
re rose and exclaimed, " i(..t, ,ti.io"jf ,
m' tu c.arurrr, c( jr n'en u.'i f.lus."
? n H;f.A gentleman expressing his
. uisf.u tion that Lord Londoiulei ry would
' t no more State Meetings in Lurnpc-
Yci ip mistaken," ,epliulhis fiiend.
Ii 1 t is Lordship is emc lo thu Hut oj
XX. St. a. .. .-J -
On the 5t.li instant, by Wm. W. Wis, m.-.ri, l'..'p
Mr. Ki hard Owens, juri. to Miss Holly Wilson,
both of Davidson count v.
liocV. i. .MUetwU,
IJOKMKULY a Surgnm io
1 I luted States' Ny, we Mr
imthurii'il to say w ill, at thr- r-'l st
of a number n( r speitabli- i iticns
oftlic town, am r and loiate himself
in Salisbury, within a I' ls, tor the purpose
of practising Pli sic and Surgery.
April 14, lK.'i Utf
' V kV Sv,v; h h' u v u .
flllli 1 st vol. of the above uck missing. It
1 has the name of Henry K. M'( nllnli, and al
sii that of Thus Prolinck, in it. Miocer hai
tin: honk in possession, will please to return it
to this ofiii e.
Also, the 3d vol. of I'ope'a worU U n h 'iff.
It has Henry E. M'C'illloh and Thoiiias I'rol.o. k'
namei unitun in i, and the naiin- nt John Tru
nin k firtutett and pasted inside of the (uur.
Whoever huii it, nil! also ph-ase return it to th'
.Snli.bmy, .1,nl 11, 18J3. .It'il
(1AME ut ni) h'mse in dicllor I toiinty, near
i ... ... ,i..... .,..i ..i...... i s ......... ,.r
- ' ...v. -' ' K' :
ho si.s that her name is !! t,.n on, and thai !
In r father's name is I'cter Itaicon, from Curri
tuck count , and had rclno ed to Hon an count ,
and lett l.cr in Orange U'oii', With Mr lieime
haiie'i, fi i t s. i r, hut '.v :is to rm d o"l of doors hv
llit- oersei r' wih', and Ins aim l been hunting
her father, ic.
Any information on the vibj'-c t ill be tliank
fully received, hv
' i::t ii m:d hot.miv, jim.
Apr ! 6, 1HJI. .'.I
Tin lViW.vvs UvW'.vvA.
fs It i
KOV f.S MOlil.'l-, an io !. led a.i'iti n
peil troill n, einpliAlNvnt on '.,'.nr".a, (
3 Il ins!, lie IS aomit tli' ! i I tell nil .,' Ii yll, ,
w i II ina li-, an.l a i.a'l coioreiiatirv. ii was
Liiomt to tnv in NUeti.her t t learn tin-
C.,i,-,.!ak.lig bns.ness. ami I. l.'-.-n en;ra-
e;. d in t'.at l.iiiiics hetori , has ii.;. le consnh r-a'il'-
pri i-'- H a"1 u I1' to (,i t wmk in
that I nc ol biisi:i'"s. I ht rel. ,n.', oai h-:i,.,k . rs,
a , ! clhi r pcrotis, ap- fore warned aai:isl i in
iil i i. huii. Ihe uhoe reward will he eiutt,
prmid- d he is Mr. n-.i to me in (.I.arlctte, and
ail reasonable tvpciivi anl.
C'n.-rVif.V, .?,V1.'7, H:i.-
YislnU n fvwH I'ti-sa, tvn. 1,
rK. w ill ennse to in.bbc sale, on tl luM
day of Ma, at .lie lionseot tlie la'c Dan-
1 ',,1 rnu. urn. lien aw-L in the town of Salislm.
rv, the follow ii'g property, to w it : l.k en I k.-
j lv N, proct, among whom there is one alnablc
coppersitii'h b trade ; the working tools ap-
'. pertaining to said trade ; all the epp, ron hand,
,m Ph'e, tin ware, and --fal stills of arionn
' iti; , J( r 4 , tljl s , ( 0,m. , ri.
. c,iM-tr , f,mr.wu.,.,.,, , A,u i,, 0,.s .
Horses and 1attle, ami a ipanti- o Itaion. At
the same time and i !j c. uc will sell a Mouse
' itvl ljt in the tow tl o I S.d ,s'nif . foi tin rl t.ie
l"-"pcrty ,f John A!hr;Kl,t : also, three o-hcr ;
lots in saul town, w Inch w ,11 he descr.he.l on the ;
da ot sale ; w ith a nnn.bi r ol otlier arti' .Vs, too
tedums t niention.
i hc talr will commence ' 1'J oM.uk, and
; eont.nue from da; today until all the said prop.
en is m.lil. A rrniii oi twelve niontr.s .u no
irivrn ; bond, with approved s-c'iri'v, w.llbe
I llll III, I IM .
i 1. ...... i . . t , r ,.
JOslH A t. Y,
N. H. All person i-nlibtt d to s..'. I estate, b j
note or book a,'(on'' are ri 'i'n vi ! to n.-k
settlrn.ent j and those l.aing i!a;n , to pres, nt
them for pa . V.. C. w' J. Ii.
VI I. persoii'
of ( apt. 1!
is l a uiir i I. oils :i-.;a-i;'T in.
tii. Hi an, i.'eci as, I, l.i e r
ed to present tot In ' t'.e s ..x ri.o-r, I, f.r..!, au
theiUi ated, I'T x ttltil.rl.t ; an I a!! 'T . : s V. !,o
aru i.id'bt. I to v.id is itc, will b i"- co'iii
forwurd and make' setilcimi.t, v. it Is as l.!t!e de
la a.s r.osv idt .
it. vn.t i::r, .v.
i (';. -. 1 1, I '.J t.-ii-
i 'i :S,- :.Oj..:: , (
O'l the 1 I .J .If 'i.', U : ..
-Kev. Ahrain idi rs"f, Sainp'e Alexin.
1', i:i..s II Ar.V, .1, An.eV, I'-ek'. I
r. I!. idi. V rib I". V. W m. Ito.lk.n
t ' . ,t;.. I! .m..,l t .l... II.!,!, II .VI
', ,.f . p.iJc., -, j,,,,,; i;.,'. ' (-.
I fVrriab Cocklmrn, Jon.- tcl.ti', lr t'i!.ii-...n,
Junes Covnr, .las, ('range, ,ln!,:i t'osten, Jo!i
('...moil, r.rustus Ca'O i ( !.dj!i (nshii an,
llr. wi p-.on Cu. 1). W id.atn li.irnall, Ju i s
Hiri-i, 1 iwis llitikiiis, Uai,i 11. iioniap, joim
1) ni ts. in. 1'. Jam- I'mrrson, I'reiU r n k l.vw r,
Kc'-ert !.. t'.ltnunds .', Charles I.l 1. s. f.( r.
llieiit 'd.!er, Joseph I 'linn. Ii I lionias t.i'
rluivt, .Nudliam (.-iths James (..llesp.ie, Aarmt
(.dl.i.iti.l, atnufl (ionlon, II. II. ftloMT, llov.
Is.ia'- (.rur.!. II Joh'i W. Iltrr t, Joti.th.iri
ll-ir-is, John Harris 2, I'euhrn tl.lls, Ari li,:ial,l
Hall, Miles lllii, f iles iiwov , .l.on. -. !)...,
k'l N. Hull. J. Miss J.ida, I'bdl Johnston. K.
(ii-ortre Kiker. I.. U m. Law ing, Jt.lui I. it-
tie J, Marv !.ei-s Win. I.iitle. M. va ll.a n 1'..
M'licr, W illis Matthews Mia:u! -r M ! are, It.
Mnrma, W. Mason. N. .1. Nisi. ( - F.dw in
1 o ..1 1, 11.'
i. i.nsoornr j, i.m; rsauinn hit. i . auini
reiijnca, joii., 1 aoeioii, a.ii line 1 ih-.s, auiiuii 1
I'rowlean, JtmcS I'lunkitt, Win. I'ri'-i-. it.
Vlda J. Itobiiiwn, Jesses- W.!jp-r, John nude,
Uni. JUcd. S. John A. Small, Milton Mir lbs,
M.rg-ret Springs J'u' Sw aim, Catherine Sim.
inoos, Asa m. phciii, ii.hn Smg, F.li Springs
(V.irrirc fcliinn. T. Mary Thompson, Vm.
fill, r, Junes I cmJI. V. He. Win. Wilson,
Jatu: Wullaer, jMm Wallace, Joint M. Wilson 'J,
Jots'i.m Williamson, Ka'hau W'ostoT Jol.n 1).
W liiirido, vleorge Wrutc, Holiert Wilh-m.
otal WM.SMHH, V. M.
, 1 1.1. n ... . 4 , t:.. 1, . .. 1; I '
rer It t'l WVh?.
I to W illiuill lladrii's, f oil s of the V.'
on 'I lmrii!;v evening, tin 1'nli .f A; i.l,
W ay IhiIIk:, it pocket -hook, Man. in;; a S -on
the Stale Hank of South Cjictn.u. No
als i, a number of notes ol hiu. I, e . ,,n M i
I lanes for ftl'il aid vmus ccnH , ii lie ct .
I'arker foruUmt ft.lU j also, ('..nrnot. son .1.,
('.iwinl'-l, ow: 4j, one 16, one an ', .n,t- '
all mi interest j al-.ii, a r ceipt for v. rf ,1 ,
I'aikes, dated Dili Apnl, H , ain.t !.i r 1 1.
for 'OO mi .l.iini farl.t i, d.'ted Jul' , 1
'I In- atio e notes are pa aide to .luu l;n
and assigni-d i" n. e. All . imiiis are i-s..
ed againnt irad.i.g for a.. nous, Jc. ' a
stOii-d tl..' Hi in' n1 t.l i,.i 'ii. J lie d' I. 'i -!
ward wdl l i i . ; -,-H-r ai.il lie ) ;
or a reasonable Ic.ia'd foi '. kct-hooi a.'Ul
',a; i s oi il v . ' t
. U I ! JDM'.S'.
M. Y,:Si,,, . Il.nl ). 1
IIE solisf riln-r haii.tr made
limii.tr made an ana:i;:.
iiii-nl .wthtlu: rnooi iclors ef this nu:.'il
'.ion, the iri..'i:i. iniiit of it, villi i's avails, ! a:l
bi.-toiin- his i ' :d'ial concern. To 'i' f; i n U,
and the iolil.i, he looks a it h eonlidt m c l"i a.
fec t'nii ol their iff 0 i i-e. I I this in'er. stiiij;,
.tin I ci.iiort.i it ( .n'li' Wr' it', Ii" cut .ri -s to proii.-
i-.- the iiIniiti.oiis ap; Ii' Mi'iii ot ui..n
twenty v cars' t spencnee ; un.ti d wi'li
i v it' d hv a con iction of its importnn. .
sin ngtl.i-iieil hy l.a' i'. To parei.'s and ;'iar'
iliahK, whomav !, dispoS' d to d.n e tie 'I' '.ii -dreti
and wards nodi r Ins rare, he would re-'
mail, that Ins object lueer been, u.'.i, llij
latiU'.i.i;." s and higher branches ol el'idli'ii, i
iiiiite a tiiorooti knowledge of r adinc, r' i',
Knlish graininur, aritlunetie and ?e"g'.:
In addition n these thiiiiis. 'he i's I'd and ;..i.c.
, r .. ., .. .... I ... I t, . .
pars ol Ha.lienia'i'.., .... 'i-i ami ooi.,,
I'hdoSol.hv. Aeonoln. -e. I: ii tori'', II
r and t hpiiii-.t:v, whn ri .joired, will he a'. -t.
iid' d to. In the ins'riietioii of Icmalt . a r'-i;
u!ar ss!.rii will he adopted. 'I In: o! j. il w .II
be, lo ri nd'-r 'hi in rational and !.'( v s' i . . i n-'
paiiions ; Hill in r'iei- i-dnevion, ..s wi.i:.s n
that ot the o'htr se, tl.i,..- ! am hi '.. . i.-'ii
an-of the gnaleit lilil.ty in the j.ro;'ress of I.le,
W ill receive a "ieiionii (;la -' ot ll'.o:'. 1 Mii
ohjei t Willi XT Id' I.' pt in .i w to ii ,,.r, (,,
piii's it !i a din ih ;,rec ol s ', to .
tatil sll C'."i'it ou r . I and n hioos ieu$ a-.-l
Coii'li;i ', and, w it. i parental m.Iic."i e, to ro
all in 'nor. d, nuli voroii'i, an I I.e. nt.i.i. Iii.'i
(J v.v. ulll, , .,.,. !s , , ,.v ,
. ,, ,, ;i I
i to .pi i:!,
v I 'i .
an I c',iii',ie..lion. I.il.ne, to'.r
ll.ittcl t't h, I il-.-. II) UK- hes' t."Se'e I l,ll--r.
J .t, ... ,'. ,tinat .on in l.te. wil! . Ii-s :m-
cii'" mi ; a I it I I'll .iiiie ,,t . t ion '
to 'l,e Hn-re l.i ,;l sti s'-lio: if, as to tl-i.se I," are
ii. s'irr.i-d for l,.!.i-r .tis'it:.'.oii. .!.: .e, to h.'i
s.ll reijoii es loin t'i -'ati , t ,a', in t a, !, :
latin si, 1 Or ,'k liipiagis, the thiif-ni ...I
i,.!ii.d noihod rerotnii'itvl-d bv the M - -'.
de 'nt1 lie ,!, and so adtni; x.is -?--. ' . . ,;
I l'nii-rity, I. as been, lor a .i.g t.iu, , -: ;
r.' To enable bi.n to il'.'n I lb', an e' o
ollcc'ion of tin- in'mt aporovi d gran.n.a'- d
Xifons, ainotif' w Inch are ti e I le .j - ,
it,r . i. till, tin- l.cvcons ot H.ileieiis,
l.nrst. s.e. an I tl..- cram i ar oi u.c i
l'ort ItoVal, liar keldnirir, .oo!-ic!i. Mo. r . ' ,!-
p,, i.e . bav, been prnred ; to w, r i,
haw lihrm to relcr. Io (arditate ti.i , : . X
(lei raph, an excellent .-t ol l.loi,. s, -ti
I-avoisne' and other Atlases and an M i t
rolkctinnof Itisps, l'Sc l.ern pro 'd- d.
; 1hr rade. of tuitn.n w dl b- f.se, s. ... !
' ,-, dollars paid in advanr.-, .i,o the h.-nl, : .
I bonm I ( ow an, V.si. who las kuiJU cor,.'
scntid to act as agent lor tin- sohv r.her.
. Jtt.NA I'llSN "Ills riT.I.Ml.
Sa j um, Mirth 31, 1 .. '47
i ILMMHII ' '.II. . . . in M, 0
felt Up !uv.v;iy
fS 1 ' from tin-snliiCr.bi ,
) Il on the -i'h ins'ant, a ne; rn
t' h" tiamed Cro'-f, about 2or 5')
Ci cars of a-e.of eliow cntnplo . n:,
i ,"' thin, liiii forehead, sp...k
wow ant ti.s incti, ojj a iioan
cast lonk.ai.d has lost 'nine t hu
fort teeth. If - appear. ol ! r ti n
He tix-k a ili Ti in an t ic.
horse, v it U a bald face, aHout i or 1 j years oi
aj-e, :,ti I aVict lr) hands high : on black hor.e,
tin-' e i - a 1 1 ol I, aliotil 1 i bai lis high, and Iteicli
ri'!el I- o.-k.eg m tb- w aon. If to- k w.'S
I, in a w'l te g. id, IS or .'J yeafs of agi-, sandv'
h.iir, r.i.H r inrluw d to be- red, lite and fid;
bieas'e !. It is more than probable that he ill
a''-ti'pt to p.isi, in rotisi-ipience ot having t!w?
- r! m"'i I' -:ti I will give nv reaon',le p-.
neiiui !-i :n person that will take the aforeaaa.',
in-ro an ! .nrc into his posssion, jothatlh
s'.I-s' n'" r li'.iv get thein.
.V..-1. '.,ri.,.,Sr, 5, ISM. 4vf
t'ir l (f." at C.r.r.,iJ, X. C.
Jful 1, IHJl.
IWN'siiN Ah Sander", Abr.,hitn sa, sjra',
i n. .l..mtl.Al.-saJer, i5:t, K .
,i,-i, ehi n h :l!ider, Thomas All, son. It
I'l.H k, Jol.n llarr t.trer, J.,lm Han. mi.
Holier? Hi'irir, J.-a-Jili Itakcr, Andrew I'a, ',
li..nol I.I.11 k, ( apt. Hla k, John Ilitiii r, !i -. I
I'la, kw, Idi r. He. I.. II.. it r. John Hn i.l. ( .;.!,.
Hit' kuelilcr. ('. a'i,tu M Crnie, Jo'. 1 Ci,-.
j-, , !).,;. i thnr, Joseph Cn.Uil, .l,s. ; h iv.
per, A'.leiit -,HmrM :;ijbtll,.l.i, '. ('..I'-inse,
Jane fas.-, vioses I urriki r, Mn,.a ' It j.
I ;!,-:-. I'. (-tir-rc U. Km n.l, f I 1', k I .
I .t.d. A' Sander Fergus it', Aliraa m. I. I .! j
s-a'i I' .. (,. II. J. t..irdt.i r, s,isa;:i'aii t .' M ,
( .- (.'lo 'mft'i. II. lolm .,t..m, ,'1 a; 1
I! . .s-on lolmli leii an, II iph llavr, .Wirr II pr.
I I, ,'. cth Ham cut. Dr. V. W. Il.irt,s V,-,n ;
to,, i;.,.r; a '.. r UaSK'...H Ai'.v.i u.r.-:
, J.,n,i s Madly, I nomas H d'on, r. h Ij.cd
l-i'oil, l d: 111 u tun, Sih.s II i-'i , .1 1 o 1
p,u, . . Xtthnlas lhower. h.--.t ,;-t, K 1
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topb.-r .i;. r. M. iltiaiu M't rva, s,, . 1
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.lohti Mieii!nm. r.fapt. MTahh. U 'b, rt M"i
loch. Wilnaiii "ikam. James M'cl.m, Job" t. .
Morgan, .lane Me, k, Abrsham C. M'Crs e, Sr !.
ibald MTiird. I'. Mart.n HI, it. r. Marti . I',-.
ningen, IKtirv V. Pharr, Heujamm I'hmk. I, lot.'.
I'at'erson, VMIham FatVs Nathan Phili ps I.'.
J .s.p'i ILwA, I'e'er Itnmple, K. Rss.
II, i "i. I .'sii.' Hi l.Ci'. li.ise.Cars-'ii II. .; ' S.
-Uiliu'iiiV.s.i, n-H, I'hiiip hie, N.i n o n,
'I ln.r's (i.lSrrt . soii-ars, Sa'tcrwhiie lnii,
M-i ha, 1 1.. sm,,oii. I . Lewis I iKker.t.e r--Tiicki
r, Ih ti r I rout. 1 an. W . vmnn i
lace, l u' I V.'.'i'ti r. V. das nn r, H id?,
y sTuukr., .!. r.
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