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', t t .t il.s 'iiiuuiiif e
iV . . (. .', Th t the (Vnrw'ite e di
all i t lUir -vrr to liirdif r ih ol.je.t in
Vic by I - I l-r l. And iuvnuch
tt thr onvtii'-' f tow r he that M pain
houl I brt J-t r J l'i i if iriri the prr.pl on
the MjfijTli !t inform -(!- ihr-y Con
ceive en be i'n()irr il 0 ail address
Adopted fur thai purpose.
Hrto'.vfJ, thrrtfwr, That Doet. An
drew Bowmo fciitl Cut. Matthew II.
Ifrwre, draft, and rrpjrt an addr.
'Whereupon the couvuitlfff irdjournod la
th 1 1th June. .
June It, 1133. The Committee hav
ing tnf t according to .adjournment stl
tbt member! prmM v:' -
vTbcommittfi .Jppointfdj!! t)olail
fneetlhg to "prepare in address sported
one, addressed lo the citiacn of Stokes,
which on consideration was adopted and
In furtherance of ihc important object, Hit
following resolution ire adopted.
Bnttwd, f lut Col. Math. L Mowre
nd Willi Pinkinton, Esq- be rotmmin
ded toth ciiiiensof flukes, suitable
persons to represent the county, a de le-
fjat it the meeting to be held it R
igh in N ember nest. '
Hrtotvrd, fh suitable parson fx- ap
pointed kt the differem placet of election
in thi county, in 'order lo collect the
totes fur two drltcte to which the rout
tr ii entitled ind that they transmit ihr
fante 00 the da followinff to tht Mietilt,
f the countf at Cermanton, who it re
ejuetted to auertaln the ttaie of the poll, !
. i t l !
nd prorUim the e ectlorj.
Kftolvrd, hat Matthew R. Moore
lect and appoint dlarrect pervn to at
tend the election at Snow tlreek and at
Sheep, for the purpm aforeaid-ih-t
l l- iV. T
Jahn hvini nv.ke the apK,.tmen at
eeIi that till Piilinton mle tlie
ppointment at Blkely A ron Coffin at
ho L rott-mad John C. Ilium, at Salrrn
nd at Kettner .Michael Uoub at Be
tbanj, and Spain Lower and Andre
Bowman at Cermanton, and that the prr
oni to be appointed independent of re
ceivinnthe votei for the delegate, be re
quested to Obtain at fur at practicable the
eentiment of the people at to a conven
tion. Urnlvfdt That five hundred copie of
the addre be printed, and circulated
rrtotig the people ; and ihe Editor of the
Weatern Carolinian and Raleigh Regia
ter, be requeued to inert the proceed
!ng of the committee in their reipecuve
Teate, WILLIS PII.KILTON, Srt'rjt
roa ra wifria raaauwtta,
CTle titrtitn Rtprttentativn in Cmigr ml
f Kjjfl wa tht appointment Um next
J'rva.'taW." - "
I rr ; - I !)()
. nBowJpjtiieftli ..la a Ute addreaa, the" 6pul?fiTIWliira , p. ,i fnjr
Kn. M advanced that larfer number of re
ieclina; free-mea of, thia aeciion of the Ktatr,
ere In favour of the electio i of Mr. Adam a
President, than were in favour of either of the
iber eandidatea for that important appoint,
wtent. That opinion i every dav atrengtliened.
But no nenanaper in the Bute, iiat yet taken a
etand in behalf of Mr. Adam, and ourlatt; mem
ber of Conffrcaa, have "returned homt- to ua
from Waahinrjon City, not RepubFicans a we
expected they were when we elected them i
but Radical, and, of eourv, friend to he elec
tion of Mr. Crawford. Tbt re being, Uterefore,
Do regitkriy constituted onntn to announce the
eentiment prevailing in favour of Mr. Adam,
the t rengllu Mil JJumbejjofJiij. aupportcra-aro
Unknown. But aa the election aonroachri
nearer, it will be found that lie haa friends, and
The cause of Mr. Adams ami Mr. Calhoun
eems. in some measure, inde ht tied. They both
have been, supporter of the administration of
Mr. Monroe j and It f in lerstood, that they
ba -coincided in their viera of the principles
wf our government, and the policy most proper
1o be pursued by iu Not oialy have ther, them
: eelres, give,B tbeiraupportt the administration
f which they were membe re, but tkeir irijula
na auvocates. have unan imonsly rone . with
?m in thisatipport.Bulr.Cjajjr4jtjri
loner Whilst ngTvas hlmst tlTa" member of the
administration, his near and intimate friends
who tnirht reasonably be i supposed to be ac
e,nainteif with hi view, and to labour for their
advancement, have bitterly a availed tliat admi
iristration In all it 'departir vents, except the
Treasury, over which Mr. Crrwford presides.
' From the coincidenoa in th a views of Mr. A.
-dams ami Mr. Caltiowtr;fhscrrj iiptwgLjeTX
fwrajiy, a tlu aiinbtt unU.rm;y esteem 1h
,r osta to lM-JectMMt-f-Mr. -Crawl oroV-- -:s"
ZSSXtfH ao boinirt FeUoV crttiaiisvfiitiier ;
the friends of Mr. Adams and Mr. C alhoun, will
- be acting consistently "or wisely, hatiw they
wi? be discMrjrlng their duty to tht ;ir own opi
nions, and as fcithflil citizens, to tt icir country
amd thi-niselves. by voting for the fl ienilt of Mr.
, Craw lord H-ff "Rrnrrgrntitirei . in thw wets
"tngress. . - . " . ,
The aext Congress, Tello Citizens, is es
teemed a most important one in smuch as on
it may devolve the duty of appoirfung tbe Pre
sidcitt of tbe United 9tates. '
.The Constitution providettbatlf no choice be 1
made by tbe vote of tbe eh ictorv. Congress (hall
then choose the President. To constitute a
hoio,or an ejection by tba electors, it i ne
essary that some oajte alio aid bare a majority of
w-wmm: Trairutr ui TUI r. I O CXfllKin, IC US
take, the existing case as antnstsitce. Now.
nrslwuH oLtam tnore jrcte of Jb elnctora,
.atM tW no election Is
madc-rid the Preside at must then be elected
; by Conrrees. -Hosri ; caV-i aw tone belie ve tliat If
all th five tawlidate i ihould be rt as from
pressnt appearance ie :ma probabTe, any one
f thect.wH obtain tui majority h Kentucky
will vote for Mf. Clay, Tennessee for General
Jackson; and sg on of Q ia ethers. It it not pro
bd)k, tvay certain, that th-evotea will be di
tided, no one will out tin A majority, and the
appoiiitorit will devolve ijjtflu Congrcuilod
i ', I i.f li-, it sr,l i ,! 1j I ii i
t? .1 II 1 1 !f ! w l'i ti lui I br I'. e
t!nl n t r,e nf w,; iSti f ti,"r
t'.fi, f f il l .-fllirr, M. A '
" ' .!
Cffrl and itr, imit ar l!i- hvii pruim.
Mnl tsn-ln U'rt, I tli in!rrr't i.fri 'i iJirw.
OMt Uni'f t U'r, t ipM-i! 10 !)t n rlf
e'j'it,.h tif tii li lMir iti'nil onMlnr.l
t4 ! ifrrr,tferf prolr, and li'H tt m4
J ir'.tT ''t ! Vffiurr lo irtwre H f Ifiim,
I t:'!',.' of I'm. !i (it l Ui I'l.ilnl hthi,
rt ?1 ttirn, mtt, r tf o w gHt nnpor
t4t in )Hir etiinutJ'm tlwt ot r m lifTrrent
lii may be ippuintrd to fill rt ' Will mi be
rrcUtt priTir t4 en, nklftfTrr Pri
' ilrni tn I c!eri bv ctutitre. on lio'n the dc.
tiniri of our commoit country mutf t ncirh lc
rtcml t Curtly not. TU prftpte of Nortl, C.
rulina h nerrr jret ftCtrd U thii etupld n
unrr4etnf f i ml it U prodtr, lo My
tht ilf trf will- " Yi wtf mk jour
eho-, end tfl frrt .W.Ovtt tv, t
otiritiiilq t liv mtn nf your clnc rUdnl
Jt.i-U.u wwl-i b o!finw-nil
which u m rrnldy to be cipectrd from frre
mm, frreijj win of the n'ti hnporttnt ami
eventful fmUt r ttith thry porH. I be
arech y mi, mit to rtttke lh! choke too Ue.
No UytMtrtlma UichxM. Afcw rrry few
wfckt, an I it will be tain and um lr fur )oa to
1 choMv' all. f oi will tlfrr that to UpM frtm
you whirli jri rn nccr rrtrtcve. At your
neat elrdion fur RprrantUtirt to Coim,
yiyi otr a alfib: t f a C'tinition fnnr(
mar drcide the rlctioii of rvHlent of jroiir
eoin'rv, atvl produc mfjnrnt liberty and
felicity, or tlinnUr ami fuctiun aimnjrt our.
W ill toil be acliny rmn'ntrn'lr, tlirrrforr.
yon who are in favour of Mr. Ailamt or Mr.
Calhoun, to vote for a fnf ml of If, CnaCjrd.
to jfo finra an I (pre hn tufrra'r in appoint
lnr to tilTiic a man h'm oi 'itl kr an in
tJCU"fnd lirtti from hie youth and toprr.
" from ,b irt,,-r m t'r- "dent the man
? v?7 'W,c ' Mr- Ad'm ,0 "
Prettitrnt, and t et rlrct to ( nnirrrtt a man to
in , ,ot mf1 Mr- AiAm V(w, wUl Mr
CalhiKin to he elrcle.!, yet you armltoCon-
Vm niin toUnr ajjnt Mr. Callimin. If
y0" ,0 Cr "'tmkttll or an iynora'
op WWn. the m.ttrr iatvH
, ao rrr important, brrauac if beta too Irno-
! ,7d fwhicll lo bf
, thcr arc f-wrully otlu r arotiml him bttter
j qnaliffrd, liocn do it for him i if he It vicioua
i ntwoneat, tlicre U aomc aafcty in the intrif.
I HI nf Wm -Mmpk-M 11. . -
.T.j.u. v'iti'V t ilii iivuiipncc .'I lia-
viit(f rnrh a Rpprrtrntatire i chiefly to be tie
plorrd, inattnuch it i d. ;r-rf to iIiom who
eWt him. fliit. whi-n yon eb-et a Pre aidant,
)on tltct the firat olTiccr in your country. He
tjndi alunr, arvl aboteaJI. Hi inflm-nJc
imiitrnti', over the arn'iment aid npiniona of
the citiren, the mraviret atul p ificy of the coun
try, the character of the nation i and in a word,
over the dratinirt of our infunt Krpnhlic. At
llii hif(h oflirer may bo elertrd by the rote of
your Ite pretentative, it wrll become vou to ,
riv our tuflrajrrt tolilm almr, who will f-ive
hit vole for the man whom vou would prefer,
I will proceed to thow ttU further the impor
tance of th'n point.
PVrmit me, Fellow rv.'fnt, to tpeak plainly
to you. I he urj-t ney of thp occason rvnnirf
that jou altonld he appr.adof th. tru'h. Nunc
of our Kepret ntative in th.- laat Conpre,
were mm of diV'mg'iiiJied a'4Jit. JW ,f
Ratrioik, ami pUiiMWalmjr Merrtibliran. Mr.
ile, the lUlilar of Uve Meekly; Keinier, in
, aprakint; of tlie hut Con pre aavt, it require
I otily "a" view of the ph'vaioiMi6mf the mem-
h taken plifr, ttiat latent atvlnwinof bu
aiucM ikI aense are greatly lacking, and
the country is not so well reprtsrnted as it ha
been heretofore. Our late members were men
of that description wbo would take their seat
in the Hall of Congress at 12 or 1 o'clock then
inatead of attending to the butine of tlie coun-trv--to
tire transaction of which thev were in-
comprrent- rite letters to Uicir conslif tients, to
fc'cnrc a future election, or bundle up a parcel of
newspapers, found lying about the lull, cover
then with gilt edged paper, and direct them to
thoe thought to be silly enough to tate this
mark of contempt as a favour i and put them
into the post nth' e , adjourn at 4 o'clock i then
liAdi!i Ottii nn t.yincnd xamplaiu to tUir
constituents who drink waterat home, about tlie
duty on winej and for all this labour and serv
ing of the public, pocket their 8 dollars a day,
come home and cry out retrenchment, attempt
to reduce the army or nary, tell how the monev
of the people is w asted by the employment of
too many eleret, or Dy the giving some poor
man a few dollar to tnufT a candle, or sweep
out the chambers of the Capitol. This is Kadr
eslitm; rich are the friends of Mr. Crawford.
Should such be elected again, the most impor-
taiu-duly wMcautey wttt be able to perform,
and all the duty they will be competent to, will
been cult upon a high
ft behoves vou therefore, to look wetl and main
ly to that point. To this grand object all minor
considerations ought to yield. Whether your
Representatives should be men of first rate ta
lents or not, if they vote as you desire them on
this point, they serve you more essential!) than
they can do in any other way if they vote
conirary io your wisues in mis pariicuiar,.rjcy
wise; har Itin their 'power-to do,- were thev
the eta winch might litjrithia tbaxoupasa of
" Tote th wfowr,- for bim only, wbofwflf vote.;
icir- 'er,iw.-"- -
(or the man to oc rresiuent wuom you shall ap
Lincoln County, July llth, 1833.
rea Ti wma Ci6t3jiisA.
. The Radicals at the last Session of the
17th Congress, discovered, that the influ
ence they had obtained, waa effectually
diminished, and that instead of being
looked up to as oracles of wisdom, they
are now regarded as .politicians without
integrity, and as intriguers who had
rfcrpted eeonomf "as i Tiasl-syoW-nw aVa
yirinciple They Jiad talked. of. abuse in
trie v r Meuawiiieiiij uui ,,ei iuw touwo
jj)f ihxsHigart,ese pretended, abuse
vanished into "thin air." The more the
tontruct "of the '"'head of that department
was examined, tbe more conspicuous he
came bU i economy, and. the more. indis?
putoble were the proofs of his systernai'y:
vigilance, and his strict controul over all
the sobordinato branches of his office.
Faction became silent ;a snspicion. could
not breaths a slander upon him ; and
Tif,!: t'iCl hi I, ii I.ffn IL frit
.1 , l,i eroti nut n. J the eH',. I
f.i f I iritfut i : f muni .i!,i
-rr ? 1 1 1) t'i an lfi u pronounce hit
r n'tie a 1'ii-ul l auih al.o, the efTrct
of invr tig4ii in tt the other department
iih the ilnfl eicrptjun of the Trcnu
ry Ml the cunriinjr and mjluniiy f
thtt party whkli mafhIIed ltf under
Ihe banner of t he Treasury, and ao bold
ly advam ed to twit tui the abuiri of the
paher depirimenta, were rtot aufnclent to
wjrdorT the iuJti of rtiun4 doubt,
nd Jut up!ci .:i, fram the very depart
ment which they bad held up n th only
purely. minUtercd, the only wall-arrang-p
I, th only baltleu on of the whole.
I'hey who had b ao loeward tn rtr
o,Jent,e'fcinTd hfpmpycriif to ibair
own defence. MUtrutt' penetrated jhe
T rr a ta ryT rtt t ! aWlIheu Kc riclf' HTl he
centre of the work which it frrioti
hid thrown up, and on which they Impli
citly relied for It protection. Charee
were exhibited again! thi department, of
deaign to tufle information, and to de
ceive the people by mean of partial di
rloaurea upon anhject deeply Involvinj;
ihe interetta of th republic. Theae ac
cuaiii'tn were aupponed by te alimony
which eirited in the il'II ol Kepreacn
tative, ferment of indignation, aeldom
paralleled, and dilfutcd abroad th opini
on that the Secretary of the Treatuty,
wt in fct untound and unworthy of the
tation which he occupied. All the in
temprrate zeal of hi ftienda, ha only
ervrd to sink biro lower io the eatima-
'ion of the people
Outrageous a wai the iuppriion of
a portion or the public document on the
suhject of the publk depotita, it may be
held very inferior to that which ia on
flow d io the following article from a
Geotgia pper, with retpect to the intro
duction of African bue. Ihe attic le
ktrlfi 'i explicit that but few com
ment are nrrettary. It may, however,
lw proper lo obaerve that the General
Mitchell, woo wa concerned in amug
plirn; the African, in regard to whom,
Mr. Crawford h aupprevaed the infor
mation called for by Congre', itbe par
ticular friend and political partisan of ihe
Secretary of the Ireatury. He wai alio
an offirrr, in the employment of the go
vernment, but ha aince been riismined,
Her a full elimination of the charge
agin him, on ccotiTit of the introduc
tinn of thete very alave; and it i on
derttood that Mr. Crawford made4ie ol
his bst effort, to the very last, to retain
him in office. - Another tcl of no amall
importance, i that Mr. Crawford heg
Pc trd to prosecute, it wa hi dutt to
do. under the law and the opinion of tbe
Attorney General thWveir offender, tin
til the statute oriitiiiiiiuon had barred the
Jus thii? that, the Trfiviiry j:DiWalB I
i aappintf tha very fuundaiwn bf tlic inQ-.L
ran and virtue ol I no country, to elevate
himself to the Presidency. I Call the at-
ftemVri of eery friend of his country, to
the following artit.lc t
"Considerable ezciteweut h been
produced in Congresa on the aubject of
the r,uppreased document. I hat a fraud
has been committed,: and Congrea im
posed upon ia admitted on all handa. But
who haa been the delinquent i Br whom
has the fraud been committed f Are
question that cannot-yat-bo an weredr
During the last Session, Conjrei made
a call upon the Secretary of ihe Treasu
ry for certain documents, which were fur
nished the house and ordered to be print
ed. .Some months afterwards, it was die
covered that several important put of
the documents had been kept-buck or o
mitted in printing. By whose order could
not be ascertained. The circu instance of.
the transaction which have already trans
pi red if not jujiejUiO jmi
officer of Kovernment at least afford
sufficient ground for the belief that the
documents were suppressed by some par
tizm of the Secretary of the treasury,
tinder the apprehension that the standing
of that officer would be affected bv their
muokiuoiw . -There : ca
reason " why cJlOX PerMi-tov' lhatt the
Secretary jjf jhe l reasurr bis tcteods,
a "--a .t a . a T -A. wTT'
catiw. 1 her character- vl the tiecretar
was deeply implicated ; the documents
disclosed an intrigue w ith" certain banka
calculated to shnkrjhe confidence of thai
nation in his integrity. And ve can com
prehend, therefore, a atrong and obvioua
reason why Mr. Crawford shotifd wish
them suppressed. But what motive could
any one, unconnected with the Treasury
department, have, for commuting a fraud
like this I :
But this is not the only instance in
sshich Jhejiecjetary. olb9:.Tieasui:y.has
6een concerned in keeping back disagree
able doctneM. 3 RvnrtfoWtttiiii'Hww
collected bf many of -WIide'ihW'Tn-December
18 19, Congress, passed a reso
lution requiring of the Secretarf ofthe
Treasury, in fqrmatiou in relation to the
illicit introduction of Africans into the
United States, and xopte of such com
monications as he had received in rela
tion thereto. , Ori the 1 1 th of the follow
ing month Mr. Crawford angered the
call by letter to the Speaker, from which
the following is an extract;,
1 1 t!
44 In o((f nre lo. a ftv.lu ! . i f
It iue of l(rnrrentative of lha 3 I t
ulilinO) diiecting tlm
diiettin tii Sctrctiry of ihe
I'resmry, to U er,re ih Mouse Co
pies of inch ceminunicitions a h mf
hav rcicived ince I S 1 1, and uch infor
mation a he my I ses, In relation io
the illicit Introduction of altvc Into the
United States, with statement of Ihe
measure adopted to prevent tbe same."
I have the hooor to transmit th cn losed
letters from different Collector of the
Customs to this department"
Accompanying ti.U letter front th S
creury, were fopiesof comBitinicstlons
from several Collector on th Southern
coast. Among ir rest were twb'letters
from VV JM'fntoah, Ksa. Collector of
tbt,ort. oDariart. fltrt ihr flnf ind
most important letter from Mr. M'Intosb,
informing, the Secretary ol th seliur of
lha Alilcsn at the Creek Agency, with
accompanying paper givinf detailed
history of Ike transaction, was, with all
the accompanying documents, withheld
bv the Secretary. For this neglect of
duty duty rendered impeiUiu upon
him by a direct call of th Mouc fur in
formation upon specific subject, no
eicuse or ciplination, has ever been of.
fared. And indeed what excuse could
be offered for withholding information
from Congress, after an cip'ess call for
II ( and which the situation of the limes
made vastly important to them and to tbe
nation. Yet, the letter with all th c
eompanying documents, wis suppressed
by the Secretary of the Treasury ( for no
other reason which we can conceive of.
ban that the character of an individual,
particular friend of lb Secretary, waa
highly implicated in the transactions (lis
closed. The Inference which mav be
drawn from these premises, is Ibis, if the
Secretary of tbe treasury did withhold
a a a a?
document to sire tne cnuracier ot a
friend, he might alto be induced to pur
sue the same means to save hU own.
That acommuniration from the Col
lector of the port of Uarien, was suppress
ed, be easily ascertained bv icicting
to Xiles' Kcfcis'er, for January 2., 1820,
where the letter of (he Secretary of in
Treasury, lo the Speaker of the Mouse,
with Ihe accompanying documents, ii
published nt length. In M'lntosh' let
ter or tlit 1 4th i March, , IB IB, he .atjtes
to the Secretary, that he addrcssod him
per the list mail, and inclosed papcra.
fee. No letter of previous date, appeals
anion; the documents. But byrclerring
to the Collector of the port of Datien, we
mav ascertain the nature and importance
of the "letter and papers forwarded by
ihe last mail." I ' 7'.7. . - ,
The following Is extracted from a copy of
the original letter preserved on hie in the
Collector's office for the port of Parieo.
Misitv l.bavs) tlie honor to tor ward I
hcrewflh a letter and other papers pre-
m ff9 Of S1I S li'm u I irsfl kt I
McQtteen MTntosh, Esq. Surveyor of
the I'ort, who ba just arrived hera from
a. tour of duty, with eighty-eight Afri-.
can Negroes part of Whit h be seized
on -their way to the AUbama Territory,
.'nA ,h ..ihr. us the desk Acetic, i the "
, , ... .
partimtan are futty tiisclotcd In the ac.
eompanying paper, marked ABC.
The information here givtw, ha since
found it wsy to the public, through a dif.
racier can therefor- 4uly appreciated,
as well as lb motlv. Jckcouki bate
influenced th Secretary of th Treasury
in keeping it Vac a at lt prtuuiar cit.
als. An investigattoti of the afuir when
it became publit resulted in the dismis
sal of If r. Ciawford'a friend from an Ira
poitant rtTne. A Jrm4 to kit Country.
(Tb l Cft'sWir SMtxil
'Trft 7 r'" r . ', J.--' ,-y, 1
from the life of jEaah'.wgton, pub;uUoft for tCvorceT
naaeo ax ute rcqucs ot m inwmi. , j
" Youtha of the United Sutes, learn '
from Washington what may be done by
i . t . -r . ..i
an industrious improvement of youtal-
ents, and the cultivation Of TOUr.mort
. . . .
powers. Without any extraordinary adr
' - . al 14 i-Aii--- L"ZZTT' i
butjqti Tnsry Bit restrnb1f tlwTn Ihe Tr4
tues or private ana domestic me, in wnicn
he excelled, and in which lie most de
lichted. Equally industrious with his
piougb-Taa 1.1a swordr hv esteemed tdltrf
ness ana inuumy a toe greaicsi aisgrace
of man, whose powers attain perfection
only by constant and vigorous action..:,:
' Washington in private life, was is ami
able as virtuous ; and as great as he ap
peared sublime on the public theatre of
the world. lie lived in the discharge ol
all the civil, social, and domestic offices
of - We-t he wa tirtperatrin liW dfcsires,
fort f y "A re"; of 'hpp Wadded , ove Wt
ekahYpli rt rengineneif tlie, tone of public
manners, he-hadjrtfbre real enjoyment in
the owm of his family, than ia th pi Ide
of military command, or in the pomp of
Onthe v ho!e,hTs life affords the bright
est niodel for imitation, not only to war.
riort and statesmen, but to privat citi
zens, for. hi character was a consteilaiion
of all the talent end virtue! which digni
fy or adorn human nature."
vantage, from birtlu-ioriune, patKrnagtooweasiosma we ,iw jiearq tpattrrii..-.-
"V - . . .j.a, . '-"""; . -rr: - - . .Wi.aTri . .... vamiww
vtft4mfanrhtlttMrin ' . - .-
li tlie Rts'e of A!.'i.na, i M,n(v4
t!io 1-MiJ.int Ut,by bs U v. Mr. Camjihcn;
Mr. rtt tr, lt,rr,i, n S-irfi r,r;,f ,f u fl
sm '.I H it .f iJ,M ,. tide, I
d.i;t,ier M. C. Jtxirman, recently frorft
th lib ".nrf. nrr U KktvlH by tht Uv,
IIiiIm-h F.tli 'tmnJff .Vnb0itt to Mia
tUiakth Ftitr, daughter f lUbert Ftfer
sen. rj. alt of thia eoua'y.
! th lorki of the a.lk.n on U l.Mi Inst bf
A, B. June i, t, Mr. H,trt
Mr Tii'AoHm l)i,i,it, kll nt th'. rountr.
lilt IK .
"Hi tinwiiion,fwi thiw.ty th!riglV IpiH"
June JomrfM.tf ynutget, child of -etcr
Kimmff. gt4 iMrntbr and nlftttUii"'
day., , ' .
" Our Eft ia ever on th w!n,
And death ia ever nigh j . ,
The moment when our life bepn,
VVeatlbrjhtnd:-.". . . ,
A I J, Persona IndeMed to the ratal of Daniel "
Crcts, di c'd. an. repiies'etl In rait an I set
tle ttteir aeeounta, thurie thev will find thrrw
in the hamli of officer by the jotu Uv of Au
IT'S. And allth't tbt fiav eUimsa4tnt th
rate wil bring them forward ami rediv
payment . ,
r, CMr.t . . .
J. CAY. 5 '
Jutw, 15'h, 1?. 3.165
ROWAN POOIMIOfE EITABUSIIMF-.N I',
BT a act of the but Legislature, the County
Court of Rowan, tt autliorlied to II the
present Poor ft wis fstabilahmrtit.arid iih di
proceeds thereof, to purchase other Unit, a4
erect other building In ni more central ai.
tiatin. The emtnty curt aceoMiny, hart
appointed a committee to ascertain, what on
be obtained t said kind, and Imprntemet)',
and tn make a report of Ihe aamr, Tbe prra.i.
s conkiat of 330 acre of land, the greater
part of which la wood-land,' and tight or tin
very rood log houses there i also a spring of
excellent wster near th bouses. ' , .
The mbacriher w ill reedve propossls for th
piirrhaae of said establishment from tba rim
until the Wednesday of the ensuing Au-snt
Court. Person wishing to purrhsae, will a' ate
in writing Ihe price thy are willing to give,
and Ute term of pa) menu . ,
THOS. L. COWAN'.
JtdH IS, 1821 I 4wtr5f
ICav to David B.NapTer a note of hand for
forty dollars, on the luth orlltli of October
hurt. As I expect said Napier will try to trsde
the note oiT to some person, this ia to nntifvall
persons that I have fully satisfied th den sod
of said not. Tberw was on the note a credit of
twelve dollars, slated, I beBesw.the Slst of Octo."
ber, 18 w-tnch said splcr a)lie V or mis -laid,
t have iq dav poaatision-Kr tints to tvr
that 1 have paid the whole amount. ,
' . " ' CP.n. W0f-juv-
-WifrrrMy.uly 18, 1823. --
Slate of XortU Car6nu,
taroBLL eouaTT. -
I "uH. . ol. .iirL ."tSS
AndrewCsron, William Cron, El,
ier Carson, Mary Carson, James Rcott aid hi
'fe Martha, Jacob W eatbetby and hi wife Mar
fritrmia h,u foT ,,e conveyance of iand.
PIT',r,nf i "I" cUie emit, that
the oove octenrtanta We beyond the limit of
the 8utef it k Uimfw 9rJrtdf by
that publication be made in th Western Caro-
Knian, for thre months successively, that unless
the d fendants appear at our neat court, to be :
Mond,y .,; mbcr tJ
there to plead answer or demur, other iae judg
ment will be take pro confess, a to them and ,
UMtMC ncc P,rxc
JOHN N. IIART, C, M, Cl E.
Slate ot VotUi CaroMim, ;
. IBBDILL Couaif. " ..,
StTFRIOR Court of l aw, Spririg f erm, 1811.
Catharine Cowan w. Thomas towjaxJ'o.
rTlTk'.- - il l. A I
ta court, trial publication be maU lor thre.
months in the tttar, and W'esUrn Carolinian, that
'.T TC', 'V!, .".l".? be'
held for the county of Iredtll, at th Court onto ; ,
. geo,, 5U ytondtytr thn ft-
Monday In Sentember neiL anirnt. ad.an...- .
:. ----- ------ - - ssa
demur, otherwwe judgement will t had pro ;
p "A1- uignt of the 171K May laat. i.
t II hvn 112 . - .
jr."siio, ncj(ru iiwn, iwemy.
cigni or uuny years ot age, five " "V
feet sis or seven inches hiirh, yel- -
ptesjon, (ay aumraUo "" ,
h.a a tflnt In hi. IVK--1
sinned bv a. blnw. slut . mi-mm
his hand from a hurt I (at a good set of teth, '
bold appearance, high nose, and wears a pair of 7"
whiskers. He took with him various clothing, t ."V
snd obtained a permit to pass to Mr. Matthew
Harris' V'"' v .::- - ?-.:;, r.J.f
- Any person apprehending said negro and cdtw J ;
fining him in any safe jail in the United States, 1 "
0 that I eel him. shall be Eberallv Mwa.L --i
and. sOTft'awnaGIe eipense paid, by their gi v- .
injp- Htomiwuin; w jjrr. penjamta -WHfjoett r
Creensbormijrh,,Ceo..., Hennia . .waa Muhaaea;t?i
by the said Cnlquett; near Ficderickstown, lla ; '
rybuid, twelve m mth past. !
' WILLIAM ALEXANDER. , :
"30."'. - , 6wt68 S'
l(TVTl p'ecc,f Cotton bagging. 30 Coil
UxJlJ Bile Rope, together with a general
assortment of Qrtcmet, for sale by
:, Prent9lrt,Cherw, Souti Careliaa,