TRru.f.nu. rr.r.CTnr,!, lat.!.,, a WUu a deiet-stes iUyidm tousrt
V M )nU,rm4tm fut.rt the east, hcMj ihe rvr T ''ff put h their votes! An Election wiil be heU on Surjajr,
,coinmuulate 1 n a m.nner thst Wirrsntsi fr rr srVinst a Conuntioni in o c r 1 1 3 Jih day of October, lntt.fit Icing the
ut ii noiui'i It, that some of the ftitnds
sf Mr. Crefr rasping r end etr the
Koanoke, have It in contemplation to
make an attempt in the next Legislature
to repial the present electoral law of thi
Cute, in or.er thai the Electors rnsy be
appointed by tho UgMtture. Tide pl
It predicated oti the fallacious sup position
lhr mjorlif tf th Members tf tht
Legislature will bo favorable to the pre
tension! of Mr., Crawford. Although
ome of our Mends are rather a pprehcn
stive on this point, wo feel assured there I
... ..i.a In fe ika Win if tha rdan : fnr
in the first place there la no danger that
majority of the nf mbert of the legis
lature tll be frvorsble to the election o
the Tressory candidate end ia the net!
place, were they so inclined, we are ccr
taia thejf would net dare thus to usurp the
rights f the profile ! But we feel Wound
I the public's sentinel, to apprite our
fellow dtliens of ever ache ma that may
to aet afloat to curtail the rights of the
people with view of advancing radica
Why ia it, permit til to stk, that the
Treaaury candidate, and hia adherents,
are ao suspicious of trusting the election
with the people, to whom, in a republican
government, it justly belongs f As one of
the people, we claim for them and oar
selves, what every free born American
citizen ia entitled to claim aa hia birth
right, the election of our Presidential
Eleciora by popular tote. We proteat
against thii riht being taken away, either
by the Leulaturee a Caucut.
We have heretofore publiihed the
names of gentlemen elected delegstcs
from the acveral western countiea to the
sneeting which ia to be held in Raleigh
the rat Monday in November next, to
conaider on the mot advisable courae to
be puraued in bringing about a Conven
tion of the people of North Carolina, to
emend the Constitution of the State t but
a the remits of the election were pub
liihod aa they reached ua, at irregular and
'distant Intervals, we hare thought that, aa
the bearta of our. fellow -cuixena are pal
pitating for the accomplishment of thii
great and righteous object, re-publica-'
tion of the names of Delegates, in an
embodied form, would be uaeful to our
readera and ouraclvea, to refer to occa
aiomlly. Jiamtt tf Dtlegafty and the ctuntiet they
Buncomhe' - Philip Brittain,
Burke - Isaac T. Avery,
' William Dickson.
Kutherford - James Graham,
Joseph M'D. Canon.
Lincoln - - Robert Williamson,
Robert II. fiurtod,
John F. Brevard.
Thomas C Polk.
John F. Phifer.
George L. Davidson,
Robert Simon ton.
John H. Freeling,
John Beard, jr.
Francis A. Cash,
lien. W. Harrington
. ...,. JinhMtJi..,. ..- Alexander Grav,
Jonii u. I roy.
..-Wiilia mi inton, -
- Matt hew K . M oore'r '
Wilie P, Mangntn,
Iredell - -
whthnin mijmily voted fwr convemion 't Saturday In the mottth,! in the c un!y
but the erir waa discovered, when too (of David, fr the purpose of electing
two Delrgttet to represent us la gene
ral Meeting wMch la to be held in RaM;h
on the lecond Monday In November next,
to consult on matters relative to calling a
The polls will be opened at the regular
Ute, that no delegate was elected.
rs Til witrta ciMMiuf.
o?s the fitr.tmr.NCT.
Mr. r.ditart It la row several moatbi
alnce I made a call, through the medium
of your columns, on the friends of Mr.
CrawfoH. for some evidence of Ms cUims ,Uc,loi ,Un, w, Llngtont Da
to the Presidency. A have waited with nicl's, Hampton's, Ward's, and IlaocsV
great, patience, to jeeeite the desired in. 1 . J! da $ tU CmtmptUf fmann,
lurmation. I can assure advocates of
that gentleman, that this call or mine was The Rer. Mr. Sparks, recentli nst.r
us niu fiujiMii.vuiicautus r ortlie Unitarian cfcurch in Daliimre, and
eIV mcM ro f eortiestr - Befog wrtly formerly "naplaln "(o CongrtsC lie be
a back country farmer, my means of ac- come the Editor of the North-American
quirwjr, political intormatn are rather Review. The extensive Iherary acqstre
limited j I hsve nothing to draw from, but ments of Mr. Sparkn are guawaee
the public hewspapera, and tltcae hereto- ;kn the hit! renute which this able work
fore have very atrangelf neglected to in- baa gained, both at home and abroad, wfcj
lorm ua wnat It ia that .ir. crawler haa be austa ntd undar hia mimrtnitM.
ever done to entitle him to the high office J
of chitf Magistrate. Aa the newsp.pera Sinc Oiioia, Esq. well known at
L... iL.l r.LJ L Li J..i !a I ...
iiita ii.u. laucu in iir uuit, u was rca a fuel, and an asIa do ic. writer, haatn.
aonable to auppose that some of those who .gf d in the editorial management of the
are holding f.rth Mr. C. oan give us a Ma- New-York Patriot, in couocxion with
tory of bu deeds and chMvements. Un- Col. G-rdner. This oantr.thl. h hatal
r llits impression I mce my first call ; I readr acouired resnectahU rh.nriar.
j i " i .1 - . r '
ana as i sun narc an noncst cunosny io must become a highly valuable and Inter
learn what great thnK this Mr. Crawford eating journal, with the additional edvan
has done to entitle him to the first honor tlge of surh ulenta aa Mr. Usbome's
oi me repuouc, i musi uere agun repeat M , ki,,, j, i,0f ,h, Muinc Repeb
it. Hi these tutu I am not without piece- jicn llMnf , jt Ml enli.ted in support of
c.eni. u nasoeen usual in uengress, ior Crawford, of Radical doctrines, or of the
the past lour years, aa I sae liom my iprf ro,cy Congressional Caucua.
newspapers, ior me panicuur irienas oil &iUm Mr titter.
a I at
mr. i.rawioru. whenever mey suprcteei
that they could embarrass either Mr. Cal- The Court of MagUtratee and Free
noun or. .m. nojms, io maae ra., on holdera. has decided that the Negro Fel
their Uepartmenie tor inlurmation, which h, Seirio. ahall be confined until Ms
calls were always promptly answered oririnal sentenoe is complied with
out ii i nave examples uciore me oi ma- ,riln.torlat on bevond the lim its of the
king calls, so it mu-t bo admitted, on the United States Lht. Ctv Ctx
oiner nana, .mat tne persons on wiiom I
call, have a precedent in neKl-cunir to I TheKentucks- Monitor, atdtes a reoort
.nswero cif : In the session of 1818. thM tol. Le-venworth and gen. Ashley,
me nouse oi nepreseniaues pae to who had oined their f)rces, to the num
resolutions, both in the same word one bcr 0f ,bout 400 Uniied States' troops
calling on Mr. Calhoun, snd the other on Lnj hun'ers, with a considerable number
Mr. Crawford, for reports on the subject f fri.r.dl. Indi ns had met the Kieare,.
of internal improvement. At the epn- Lnj dcUtfid idem with itimetise loss,
, Ir. Calhoun (,om- ne rep0ri, however, wants confirmation.
ing of the next session
municated to Cong ess his report, which
will speak lor Itscli; but Mr. I rawlord w. leant that Mr. W. II. Crawford
has not to this day condeacended to an- has been ill wiih the a bilious fever, for
awer the call of Congress. Now pei haps ,m days, at the house of Mr. James
ms paruxani may pieaa up mis example Bbour, in Orange county. Mr. C. was
as n excuse for silence ; but it is rot a , hj, return t the ci,- 0f Washington.
sutncicni one. xiy me oy, wnai is mei Rich. Una
reason that Mr. Crawford haa in ibis man-1 .
- f Jk . I . ' . M .V. I '4 . . . . I '
ner rciuscuiu guc mo v-uiiRiHsmtii mc j bo(t hrojec:.-A proposition Has been
information they want, and no doubt mwj to the Colombian government, by
atana in great neeo oi i uan h oe mat ne B foreigner, to unite the AUanlie and.P
was unwiiungtw gtv-ioe sniuirc m wp I cihe Oceans, by means ol a canal Irom
portunity of comparing his performance ,he river Atrato, which empties into the
on that subject with Mr. Calhoun'a ? Or (9Tmtr witi) the San Juan which runa in-
perhaps he could not determine In hn to the latter ocean. The canal will be
own mind whether to como out for or lhort tr tj,g projectors estimate the
agatntt internal improvement, i mi was eiPense at only 8300,000. i he Presi
rendered more difficult, inasmuch as in Nent 0fth, Colombian government was
some ot the states the puouc sentiment l,hoUt t0 ,i5it the spot.
was in tavor, while in otnera n was oppo
sed to internal tmnrovement. Thai annual commencement of Yale
But to recur. I now again, in behall Pollere. New Haven, waa held on the
of my brother Farmers, call upon the ,0th inst. After the usual religious and
fnenda of this Mr. Crawford, to answer, .r.demicsl exercises of the dar, sevente-
i.iTtTTr.rn.in rntcr.1, t?r?. ?.
CoMon, lid, H tl-t.tr. f f, 5ft sij 'n,6
Ufa'. KJ S ')) l.urv 4)a 4 J r Il l.ft.l,
Ja C.'JS..I,1.,. 4Jtn4J earn, 41 n Jl t -
e.in,l Ja U a.tt.lurViMirtil.BJsVa.jirrlJO
butlirltt m,Imm, 4-J to 4i i irsr, mosroi S'l'S 9
to I J i eofite, tinuf, grarn, 2'i lo 31 1 2.1 and W
qtuniy,24to?;, lea. h son, I 3J flashed TSi
tstttw, Ia9 b? r,nt 3Ji rite, 3 fjla 4 per
1 AJ run, Rs7J la J 2J,r. JU lb. l.trro
les f Jl a 3 J j inanufiftured, I to 70 ft. ewt.
. ; cnrjtjnr rjticcs, a.2i.
Cotton, t9 iIJ et. Hour, new per barrrl,
9 a oj nfci o to a 1 1 torn, bwh, iJ to W eta.
Oaia, H to 40 rta. i rcaa, 6S to H r ia. i M h.s.
kry, gsJ. 40 to 4 J eta, Apple llmtvly, iOto 41 1
Tobacrn. 3 to 4 1 Ilceaa ax. lb. 00 eta. t 1 all.Hr.
tr cte.T Bacon, f to 13 da. t lard, T t 10 eia,
llulier, 10 to 30 eta. i lUnring, 32 (o S3 rta. i
Iron, to 6 dot, i Halt, b.t Jt , 1 d.J. t Otttr. T
Io 1 i 6oh t Dfretf,Him to 30 clirT Hie. lb.
U f U. 4t!aa, 441 to 40. t
tf--8(jme nnnia ltaof oewcrott. fm
the ne igliborWxI, batfl sold tb a at 14 1
let eta Old ernti 'at-ir at tier uuuiaUuas
abort . . . .
Cn.tHLETiX PRtCEt, Xrt. n.'
Cotn. ft. IslamL 34 to 30. stainrd do. 13 to
18 1 Btntee. 19 to 2Ji abort stanle. 14 to 16 1
Hire, yrirtte, 3j i inf. rior to good, 3 to 3 i
w b.akv, (I'enn.) 3J to 3J cis. N. K. Hum,
37 to 31 1 Apple litWy, ij to 34 eta. i 1'ohae
CO, Kfttotky, CeorgU, f aytttcville, ke. 31 to.
4 1 Ilrriwal, 31 to Si crttts TalW, 8 trs 9 j
Kref, Rton rta, 1 1 j No. 1, 9 1 prime fc No.
3. 6 to rj i Maekarel, No. 3. J( No. 3, 3i
liacon, 8 la 9 rta. i Hants, 8 to 9 1 Urd, 9 to 10
ni?tin;. Dundee k Inremraa, (42 inch) 32 to
31 rts. i Cogniac Hrandy, 1 15 to 1 23 per ral. i
Holland Gin, 100 to 110 cts. per gallon t Iron,
Russia ftwfrirt, 4 to 4J 100 lls. , KnK1!sh 3 i
Ut. IJvemoot coarar. C24 rta. orr btuhrli
Torkl Ut.iul. 51 a CO, 8uKr,TI.vini Wblie, It
to 13 1 llrown,Hjto8 i Mua-a4,7t to9i Ut.
Croix (prime) 10 i N. Orleans, prime, 9 to
9 i Inf. rior, 7 to 8 i Kifinrd loaf Husr, 16 to
2U CofTcr.brst rrren,23a23i inrirMirt"r"l.
23 to 24 1 lltsnn Tea, 95 to 105 eia. per ll.
Hum, Jam. 87 J rts. , Wrst India, 6J Mataawa,
(W. .) 28 lo 2'i eta. UUck I'cppcr, SO to 21 j
rimento, 28 a JO.
N. LVfotina Ilink ItUla, J a 4 per cdtt dia. t
Gcorgia,1 a 4 do.
i,';atijvUplin.U f the nrw crot ro off aa
lltey am.,j hich ia only in small . prcrlvit 15
to 17 cents, rinriaUv for Northern iiismifac.
Uires. The retynjiiii of Uie olJ ciup are beasy
at 13 to liceiiti.
4 f 4W11.Y i.f LVrty cmUjf of t
A rusnan I m.n, a tluil f-ftr )tmo
mtm tao yrsrs el.t, insr lf 1 if rmtrs he;iU
stile In the Mte ri l.i.r una r '.- r.!t,
lite man iss tol( r!)!t sluten .Iff, s.l tht t.
man KNUltnmrd to ItuilM-VOlk, S.I..I , he,
Apple at ilna iffico.' ' ,
s-'pt. inj. ritf
Tir. aibnbrr l s ery rreiiily rrrtireal
fro'n I'hiU Klili.a, sn a4ctnntnt iff
, Dry (J t6tl , 1 1 a rtl w n re, .
Cutlery m4 Dmritlct f
lilrh, with the aMiiriitK'nt he espt't to rv.
Um io a btf! lime, o.U thaUo tun to aril at "
antitory pries. I le ptibl-cai rtapecifuli
invited lo call, and euniin li.r Iheinsrlvrs. . ,
The ConpemnMiMnr, ami H I'taf bTta?nettL "
heretofore tranaaded bv D. Crtaa. aen. ill in
futtir b conducted hr ote, at tb Same place,
1 hoar srho for m )lh tltrir t ualnm. anas' ! -
etid on hasinr their work don with nestnraa,
durability and slt(stch, ( '
,. EDnD. CUtSS.
1st. What valuable public aervKea "didtlwo vou.r renflemen. alumniot the Cot-
he perform before he went intb Congress? I.--, were nJrnitted to the decree of Ba
ld. Of what important meaaures was chelur of . Arts, and twenty-three, also
he the author, or able advocate, while iu 0Mm,- 0f,he College, to tho degree of
Congreanf Master of Arts. The decree of Doctor
3d. Whit Treaties did ho negotiate, Dr Medicine was conferred, on examina-
and In what diplomatic correspondence ,ion, UDon twentr-six vouner eentlemen,
.... . .. . r . ( I r . - .
did he sustain the cnaracter oi nis coun- ,w,; Dr the Medical Institution. 1 he
try, while he waa in France f honorarr dezree of Doctor of Lawa was
4th. What has be done since he n conferred on the Hon. James iiiilbouse,
been in the Treasury Department to inj N0,h Webster, Esq. of Ne w llaven ;
economize and save the public money, or the Hon. S. T. Hosmer, Chief Justice of
to simplify the transaction of public bust- Connecticut, and 1'rofeasor Hedge, of
nessf lias he brought to light one audi- HiVard Universitv, Massacbuaetts. All
tional aource of revenue, or has he even ,ni exercises were performed, it is said,
collected the accruing revenue oi tne na- wjtn remarkable decorum, and gave much
tion with as email expenae as any of his I satisfaction to the numerous audience aa-
predecessors f . aembled on the occasion.
Besides these, there are a few other rCAbrero Cturicr
points tht; I wish information on, which j .
illnrPoft a aoo -8 tbe--re'wti'i' "BllBl3SHSit"lsESS.
WsrtA,',"".".' ,",T Ty'iawjCJUaayaxix-auieffeel.
Romulua S. Saunders.
John A. Cameron,
Winship Stedman, ,
from Davidson btrt we learn that '"inen;
ures are in train to hold..n Winn l
the course of two or three weeks, so that
there is no doubt but the county will be
represented in tbe meetinij at Raleigh,'
It has been announced in pur paper,
that the Ret, H. Posey had been elected
in Haywood but we are sorry to have to
contradict it. Owing to some mitotan-
INI is-may-w uuuot.; ii,4'i,aus.4aiui&4,.iaMTi ucamuf prr to n piiiivb unpisvv-
guape and that fK not .fljfronti beJderueddej;tee fo
furnished for prooU. around us, the city, continues pei lectly
i burkk FARMiit. healthv. We attribute our exemption
from, the Calamity thua r, to-taftov
General Ilenrv Lallemand, General of I lence of tbe blowy weather, from the
the artillery of the late Imperial Guard southward and eastward accompanied with
of France, died the day before yesterday a healthful temperature of the if,aid our
at Bordenlown, and waa ' interred this anxious hope is that these blesVihgs may
morning, in this city. Hit demise was be continued to us, until the season for
occasioned by a disease of. the. stomach, bilious fevers prevailing, haa passed over,
under which he labored for some time. The mortality in Ohio and Kentucky,
o. Gazr Seftt. 17. I (in districts of so healthy repute, that na-
inyoi our citizens nau ucu itin,r iui
v, . Bishop HobJt, of $V!!.JlHlpBk helter)i really timing, and. tr.ym
taking a Toy'arojTor the benet toms ahd appearances are-unequivocally
of hia health- those of the yellow fever' -
bibIyHEtemed in hi diocese if we are -ry-m
tojuge fromjlie regret that is manifest-. , ;AtJBergen i. Point, Jersey Shore, hear
ed for. bis 3recttd absence , " Addl'elSes the Quarantine G round, a Mrt.'.Vanbornd
are presented to him from both Jew and lately died of yellow fever, caught from
Gentiles, - wishing bim a prosperous feather bed, which she found .floating
voyage and speedy return. - near "that place, and which without doubt,
ill. ' V had -been thrown -overboard fiom some
The celebrated Carkot lately died at vessel at Quarantine. She washed the
Magdeburg,' where be had taken refuge featbera pf this bed on Saturday week,
sinee the year. 1115. He was born 1 3th sickened on Sunday, and died last Wed
May 1753. ' . f- nedaof blicktomit, v:
In Mecklenburg county, Virg-lnis, on the 2d
of Oct. inst. Jivn It. .VerqurfT, F.sq. of Cahsr
rus cHiiitv, N". C. to Mtsav.nrjr Janr .Vrrmtdrr;
daughter of Col. Mark Alexander; of the former
In thia county, on the ?5tbult. Mr. JK
Camphttt, of Davidson county, to Miss .Miry
lludrn, daughter of Mr. II. D. iladrn, of Uotsan.
At Philadelphia, on Wednesday evening, 17th
instant, after s severe attack of djr sent cry. Cam.
modor Jaa Sasw, of the t'niud States' Navy,
Estate qP Thomas Hinsliawv
fpiIE subscriber having qualified at admin
X istrator to the estate of 1 homas Hinsltaw,
dee'd. of Randolph ct-uiity, takes this method to
call upon all those who are indebted to the es
tate of aald Hintha, to- make payment also
notifies all inch aa have cluima upon said estate,
to present them for payment, within the time
prescribed by Uu, oilier iaa iiy will bdcsar
red of recovery.
&pt. 30, 1821. 3t76
Valuable Sale of GOODS,
rpiir. sfnek of Uooilsof the late lrrnecr)!C.
I OVtU v S..II baoM at Ancti tt --
the hitiest tM, r, (aitlio.it reaerse) in tho "
Town of Chrrasr, on the oth day of Ko en.ber
nest, cwMtsrlnr of as eboiee a ei llrction aa aa
ever cihibited for aale in litis aiaUi amen,
im it rw
Huperfine CbKhasnd Caaslmeres,
Hftttiita, M bi'e and lllus flams,
riantttls and DUokcta, A... .
Ihn.estie f h'.rtinjj, at d power loom do.
Irish Linens, D (trs, -
Calico, (iinKhams, ' ' -
Itlk. and llg. illis and Seersuckers, . .
tmoreiias, sierino Fhl,-, ;
Itlk. ami eol'd Canton Crapes,
kilk and Cott.ui IMlfi, of every deacHptWu
t'srribrirks and f airbnt k Hohcai
F.le(fant orke! flounces, . .
A lurpt aw)rtment of HtbHnns,
ColM and Nun's 1 bread and Cotton SaSi,
. ltesianr of ftrv dearriniinn. . -
-.1 l . !.,
ttrwmtt re an., rtging, 7 7 ,T
Torioi trhtll and Common Comhs,
A larje and ,leratit awtrtment of
lUItD.WAHi:, . t
consisting of every article iii tbe-1 rsde. -Seine
3Vj pair Ladies best rj.iIity yoroaco and Sa
tin Jean Boi and fcltocs. ,
- 6 pr. Neg fboes, i- i- -
' 20 do. r.-ntt. men's Hmtta.
French Brandy, HoHarvl (ijn, ,- 1
Jamaica Kum, Irish tVhi.k i v, ' ' . x
Madeira, Colmanar and Italaga Wines,
25 Itlila. Country tin. Hum ai d H'hises
3 Hhda. and 3J DM. Muscovado Sugar, "
900 lbs. l.ta Sugar, . t
28 keira assorted sires Cot Nails, - "
13 E. its Heat Amtrk-an Powrter, " - r
8 do. 23 canister each Rnv lish JjuubleBaUlp - -VkJXH
Beat rinaliU RMHa(;ea(
' 4000 do. do, Amertrau d'." . . -T" 1 ' -3
Tona Stsedea and Knjflish Iron,- . ' "
A larre assiirl'iipnt nf-'-'-
Togvtlier wHb every other article oauaJly found
in a ioiniry more. - - .
l ERMof Kale approved endorsed Notes, 1
payable 1st February next or 2 per cent ilia. ,
count on the bills for Cash.' '
Sept. 11.1811. 6i78 . .
RAN awav from the subscriber's plantation,
in the fork of the Yadkin, Itowan county,
North-Carolina, about the first of July last, o
V(yre Bvy by the name of J.iCOB. about 18
years of ajre j 5 feet J or 6 inches hiirh, some
what on tba yellow iith order, smooth round face.
on close examination one cheek appears to be
somen lutt hrger than the other, when surprized
he assumes a wild look, he ttonoa a little when
walking or standing;, is very artful and cunning.
Also, about the first of .September, two other
negro men made their elopement j one by the
name of Patttn, the other Xeplune, each about
22 years of age i Payton Is about 3 feet 7 or 8
inches high, keen made, very stout and active
to his size, very black smooth face, and has a
sly look, and very plausible In his conversation,
and puts on a quizzical smile when he is appre.
hensive of being detected of a fault,' Neptune
is a stout, strong made fellow, about 5 feet 9 or
10 inches high, black rough face, a down look,
and a small impediment in his speech when re
troved. Clothes unknown. They have been
urkinr tome weeks past through the "different
Wrtrrjf the? Trki of tTs Taulin ITaMH l"con-
jecJUiml that they have been with a tellow boy
of tbiejns m-MmifaThamiif Modest
the neighborhood oT SaKaburv: As I have not
heard of tbjta for aevend UhJjtejbapa thejt.
have left these ! parts, to get to some place where
they can be better concealed i and perhaps may
' to pass for tree men, or go on wit a. some
lite uewon. I wiH eive the abuve re Sard fbft
Uieir apprehension, or pay in proportion to that
sum for each of them that are delivered to me at
my residence in the Fork of the Yadkin, or
lodred in some jail to that I con ret them, and
all reasonable charges paid. .
Oct, 11, 1823. : , 75tf
Houses and Lots. 1
TITOTICE (irMonday, the first day of out
A s, , supe,nar Court, in Meet lentu.rg county, at
the court-house in Charlotte, will be oflered for
ta'Si SJI M rnffntasxredit, one of the moat vIu-
autc Luis in satu town, uctng ine corner 101
east 6f thfi'tJtiiirtoWeV avinK i store botiieTn
good repair now occupied y prigj Dinkins
awl C.w'dwpmr bbrse, kitcben, 8tc.
Also, a yahiabie plantation on M'Michael's
creek, 7 or 8 miles from Charlotte, containing
aq excellent mill seat j also, one sixth part of an
undivided tract, on tbe Camden road. Similes
from town, a good atand for public business.
All belonging to the estate of Capt John Springs,
dee'd, and sold by virtue of a decree from the
Court of Equity. Bond, and approved security,
will be required, and tklei made, by
v. it. vwkAr, v. jn. is.
TUF. annual meeting of the Mecklenhntg Ag.
ricultiiral Societv still tske pc at . the .
Court-llouse in Charlotte, on the last Monday its
October, at eleven O'clock. Members of tho
eociet r, . and others- frieadU ta.ah caus, ar
eamestly solicited to attend. Ibrre will b
several premiums swarded, and tit President -will
deliver a discourse on Agriculture. ' .
J. mmi rtl.
- October It, 1823.- ' ;2i78 ' "
List of Letters ' ' ;
BemaMtif in the r-t ftfe at I hnrhtte, .V. C.
i., n tk 1. daf if (h-hifr, 18:3. - .- - '
PAUIS ALEXAStUKIt, Mr. Aleiamlev
William AlexasuUr, tttbeoea Alliimn, Jr,e
B. Alexander, F.phra'.m Alexander, Uwson II. 1
Alexander, Wm. 1). Alevander, Eiekiel Alexan
der. H Joseph l Clack, Matthew Itain 2
Abner Drooks, James K Black, John Bigham, -Robert
Bamhill, Wm. Bigham, Bcra us ortlooks,
Zekiai W. Beaty. C Alexander Crocket-
John Capps, Mrs. Jane t'aklwell, Wm. T, Crow, "
ell, Nathaniel Cunnmgliam,.KUazcr Cochran
11 Lewis Dinkma, Gen. E. DavHlajn, Mobert
Davidson, Mrs. Martha Darnell, David Ji..ughervl J
tyr Wm,7 Dwtrlasa, Frederick Dii.Vina. s.ira,:;;f-
llulin,-Jota link ins 3r Wicha'rl I Wtrk. Fs.''w
Jlctu-y roaletvohn Frtddle", Rtifitrt Fain a, 1 ho- ,(
mS Finnev. Samuel Fair, 'fi Tru'mh Cm.lv ' ' ",'
"wn vu nuiitcr, artriiKcnan front,
Alexander Hogan 2, James II. Howie, E11, .JJ
Wm. Jones, Julius Jones, Robert Jamison, lira.
Rebecca Jones, John M. James, 1 homas J. Je. '
Karr 2, John Kendrick, Hugh Kirkpatrick, Ro
bert Kirkpatrick. tBenimin Lindsay, Wm. i '
Lee, James Latta, Henry Lewis. M Atexan.' '
der M'Clarta, David Molton, Benjamin Morrow,'. .
cuzaonn asonjgomery, Joseph M'Kum J. at 9.
M'Runt, James M'Rauen, John MCullah, Smith
Miller 2, Master Charlee Mason. Eli VCall. Jaa. '
and Wm. Miller, Thomas M'Cippin, John M. ,
Cord, Wn M'Craw. John M'Leod. N Josenh
.Nicholson, Jaa. Nowellr WimH. Neel.-WRdi
win J, Osborne. rVYm. Parks 2. Elizabeth.
Prkf Edrmrtid Ptlmer, Elizabeth Pbtta, Tho-'
mas Parke and Robert Caldwell, Doct. Wm. J, '
Polk, Wm. 8. Porter Wm Pottv- Q Wm. X?r
Query. RJoseplj, Reed, Capt. Peter Bap, v
Isaac Rosaer, John Bred, Charles Uichmond, '.
Jan-BxibtoYVni; Bkuturd. - 8Whn Stew- "
art, John Springs 2, John Sing, Garner 8anders '
3, Thomas B. hmith, Wm. bcott, IlughMncll, '
John Smith, Adam' A. Springs, Alexander or
Jas. Scott, Andrew Fprstt, Sarah 8tephen,Tho- ' v
maa Spratt. T Jaa, O. Torrence 2, Abraham,
raylor. V-David Vane. W-Codfrey WiU
liam John Weaver, Thotrias tyilliamaon, Wm.
W. Walker, Abner Wires, Robert Wilson, John '
Williamson, John Wol4 Miss Jane Wallace, Jobo, -Wallace,
Borijamitt Waathera. ' , ' "
3t77 WM. SM1TIJ, Jljr .