North Carolina Newspapers

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Go, gentle ijiir Iut4 aaay,
I'rvili paiulut hiiki of trvj wo,
Of eickncaa, rrr end duy,
To h-alne of joy unknown below.
Dear, lovely babe, thy parttd's bcart
Would K4 detain tbce l.i cfnijf htf
But Ani cila Um to depart,
lbs friendly uiiokkm Ux4 amat lea,
Lrt C 1 1 W children eme to me,
forbid them not," ibe nviour eri J i
lik ifccet put every mortal tot, "
0 Uf'PJT Kxd itMUuncJ ilb HIV '
Li robes sd innocence emtd.
Thy heavenly Jojt al toon begin,
"Nt mora wUA catc or grid allayed.
fee, bow bcnestk the moon -beam's smile
Yon kill bellow beavea ita brcaat,
foaion and epnrkke fur a n bilr,
. And, awrtourin then eubaidca to rest
TbuaJMM, the sport of Liu and care,
luij on l unc't eventful ma,
And Jleavint; twell'd wuoicul tbcre,
Tbue autlu into feerruty.
. tpitsfk m o !cMg ine.
tlen lu my wilt, pour Moily ! let her Ee i
She find repute at laatand ao do 1.
TVni A TngrJg .W- A ."-.
uus rtuiLir br beauty."
" Aye, bceeity'e wreck
fa soon eecooipIiaW. Of created ti.uort,
"H owing wu tuutu'd wiUi a tool so nice
As the moth's wing. I'is cwerM w iUi fine art,
Ym clothed ui feathers to the quickeet eye
Hardly perceptible. Yet one oiiLt touch
PcUcet alL Hq woman's beaut; flics,
Bruau'd by the band of sorrow or mucliance.
I'.acape.-s it Ibeee I Ae wdJ nut kt it pa i
And there m noUiing permanent on earth
, But foodncae, 1 have hv'd, Cecelia, long j
M ia almost ten) cars aince 1 loiiracore.
Experience Ulia me beaut y m a aluule,
And all Uie pndeot yiMitba morning cloud.
WillyM be lauUt to be forecr fair, .
Spite of old a and nnkJ. a I tlicn be food."
'- Hot ebaoa Ilk, together cruabed and bruia'J,
. lhit baa um eauv uaraioibotuJ) cuiuua u.
taea ra aeaaaa uw awkraiT
Addiion cotisidtrcci nothing as more
nyatcri 'US thaa the natural toatioct o
an i null, which lomeiimcs rises far
bore region, and at othm tU infin
itely abort t it, lie could not ven
ture to DroDounce it a DroDtrtv of mat
r - - r i . . "
ler. Dctibcr coukTBe, on account of 5u
txiraordinary effects, regard it as an
tunbute of an lotelligence. lie there
, fore locked upop it, like; gravity io bcK
"the 1'irt MovcT" andai the'DiviDC
I'owcr ncraunj to its creatures.
. There cannot he a more judicious
comparison than this. , As gravity im
parts to a bqy the skill to pursue in
variably the shortest way to the centre
of the. earth, without having the Iest
coociousnessof this actum so inninct
directs animal bodies to their natural
destinations, as though Nature herself
had thoroughly instructed them in the
accrete of her views t and thus they
perform actions which, are consonant
with the Uws of wisdom without know
ing any thing of the matter. As Na-
,..l'.ture has endued physical bodie with
peculiar, properties, such a$ gravity, au
--r towed" theonantmal bodjejyjtjad,
rjnciirpprted th mst- easeotul-mal
ims of her wisdom into living ma-
me, just as an wrtist makes an auto
-matoo that performs certain human ac-
tions, out in otner respects can ao no
more than jny other machine. The
'J whole animal kingdom is full of instan
- cerof thtaaortr 5: It is not out of re
spect, as every reader will easily be
lieve, that a certain beetle described by
naturalists, buries the dead moles and
'toads which it' findar. but the instinct
, - .which trachea it to subsist upon those
tnem, iropeis it ia una acuoo. inc
r pigeons w Well 'are IrVioTlocarlrytlS
tera io distant places are cot more sen-
aibje than other pigeops i notning but
the blind instinct to return to their
young governs them in this proceed
ing. It. is reqtiisit that they should
.have left young at the place to which
theyare to fly j and lest they should
take "a fancy to stop by the way to
drink, or to wash themselves, their feet
L arc dipped at.-tJicir depart'ttrc injrine
.a. :."". T""""" v-" 7:. "f: .
att.i!, a Mitiin informs ttt, t!w ti
out of mc another's nnf, not f r
Ac of air ilin, but becauae thry uc k
up prM wherever they firtJ i, to form
a soft depository fit ihrirtfti and
at thr gcete live togetlur in ll cka d
many thsaiand, tlicy find it every
where in the nriti u! their compmioni.
Ilichly at Ulloa xtoU the alrrt'it u.
man caution and intelligence manifra
ted by the mules in, America in dt
scerldln the lofty mountain, yet a
closer ft''t'0 M ,now I '
nothing but the fear rf filling at thr
sight of the precipices, whkh ocra
slons alt ibclcaiitioo, without any far
ther conaideralrutt-Jf at Lima ihey
stand with their tegs wide apart when
they hear a subterraneous rumb
ling, this proves nothing more than an
habitual mechanical action acquired by
frequent repetition because when the
earth shakes, they are obliged to as
sume a firmer position with their bur
dcn, and they take the noise and the
earthquike for one and the same thinn;,
since the one invariably accompanies
the other. Such is the real history of
the S'ipposrd intelligence and cunning
of skill which she conferred on animal
bodies to extend, in order io the attain,
ment of the purpose of sell-preservation,
aelf-drfrncr, and the propagation
of their kind. So much is ccrtaie,
that all these instincta have their ap
pointed limits, so long as they follow
their inninctt, perform actions of ap
parently astonishing intelligence, but
in other respects arc ao stupid as not
to manifest tSc (lightest trace of can.
ning in their operations. A hen,
whose providence and perseverance w
admire, when she lays her eggs in
some sequestered spot, where she sits
on and turns them, and almost sacrifi
ces herself in her attention to ilicm,
bestows the time pains on a lump ol
chalk which is put under htr. She
leads her chickens about that thty
may-learn to icrauh up the ground and
to seek worms and iniect. At thr
Sjme time he will tread upon one of
them, snd aflVihu-d at the cries which
the p.iin rxtorts from it, she clucks to
warm D(l to soothe it j but vet she hjs
not the sense to raise her foot and to
set it at liberty. A lobster will, with
inconceivable dexterity snap off his leg
whenotie of his fellows seizes tt with
j his tUw v but if you put one of hi, leg
between hji own claw, he will n have
the sense to oprn his cliw and to re
move his Jegf bttt iwcaka it off as if
there were no other method gf releas
ing himself. The ostrich hatches her
eggs, as it would appear, for the pur
pose of having young ostriches ; she
nevertheless quits them for every tri
Be, and leaves them to perish j nay,
thr will fVfn break mn.t at them hrr.
(keif, for the purpose of feeding with
4 them the voune ones wluch she alrea
dy has. This bird has, moreover, the
(hat comes in its Way, without di
criminating, like other animals, wheth
er it is hurtful to it or not. An o-
trich swallowed, in Shaw's presence,
several leaden bullets hot fmm th
mould. It will greedily devour its
own excrements and those of other
birds, and of course manifested not thr
least choice in obeying the instinct of
appetite. 1 he crocadile would multi
ply with dangerous rapidity, were it
not so stupid as to devour its, own
young, according to the testimony of
Ulloa. Thus, too, the male tiger de
stroys its bwn species in its young;
and it is observed of one of the bug
family, that the female is obliged to
use thegreaieflt precaution, to defend
The asccVt and descent of larks are
the result of an insiinct joipjauteu . in
those birds, which they follow without
any consideration j-for- they- do the
very same over the aea as upon land
nd hence frequently perish in the Wi
ter. A thousand other examples of
this kind might be adduced. They
prove that these actions, which seem
to manifest so much intelligence, are
but the action of a machine, adapted
to certain particular purposes, and that
intelligence extends.
crrss WOUK,
more nonourman to oe uunnca, x
i .f - a sj i
guess he w ill never make a man of re
spectability I piess if a yortng man
appens to -be- a printer ,nnd has no
means of paying the expenses of his of
fice buttne aubscription to a newspa
per, it'a ten to one if helont get dun
ned.1 When I see a man quit work
because he has' three or four hired
men to overset; I guess; be ill h-avc
nr. The Pu!.w.l ;--r",iti
t toi'ifpy 0 Vf r al tct
i tu t si.fft.ra sirnj'lo wife V) futa its
debt at the stores lor whatiocvcrehe
f-mcie, 1 gjeis he wiil souo wi h he
had nevtr leeo married.
When I paa a rouse and see t'tr
yrj covered with tt'imps, old lioops
. nd broken earthen, 1 guess the man
is horsr-j'Kkey, and the woman a
pinner ol strtet-varn. When I pais
a houa and tee the windows broken,
i bundle of rtgs in one, and a hat in
another, I guess the mistress is alut,
tnd the master loves hum. When i
ee a country merchant hire two clerks
to tend his store, winle he sets by the
tovT, drinkir j wine, I gurss he ill
soon have lo take the Lcntfil of Ihc-Insol-t
ent Ad, or take a tour to Vermont.
Sailor ConverUd upon the Matt,
The following wis related by the
tapta'm ol te John Adam, io one ol
i he Divinity Sudcnta at Princeton, a
few days ago I
While the United States' ship John
Adams was Iting at Norfolk, a sea
man who had been for a long lime ad
dicted to intemperance and profane
swearing, was ordered al ft to perform
some work in the rigging of the ahip.
Alter he had been there sonic' time,
he came down and fell prostrate upon
the deck and began to pray. Having
been raised from the deck, he iminr.
diatelv retired to the steerage ol the
vrssel for prayer. He continued in
this state praying whenever an oppyr.
tuniiy offered, until the capnin, who
had been absent for a few d-ye, arri
ved. Hearing that a reinaikible
change had taken phce in thr conduct
of the sailor, the captain sent for him,
and requested to know the cje of it.
He briefly told him that while in the
rigging of the ship he became alarmed '
at the awful state in which he w.n liv-i
ing, and was convinced t h it he was in
the hrr, ad road to ruin. He wishe-d
(he said) to live dilTcrtutly, and to thit
end desired of the c.ipt.,in tint his groj
might be stepped, and that he mij;lii
be permitted t; attend religious meet-
ines on snore untie tne stop wns in
These privileges were gr.intrd
, and at his request a
was invited to converse with him:
who, af'cr an interview of an hour and
upWardsrobserred, that' he never met
with a person who- had better views of
religious truth, considering the short
time since his exercise commenced,
-This happened in ' M ny tt?3, ' sincr
which the vessel has been on a cruise
of seven month, arc during the wl Je
time this sailor has been remarkable
for his exemplary and pious conduct.
The ship is now at Key West, (Thom
son's Island,) where this man Las been
distinguished for his usefulness in at
tending at the sick beds of I. is fellow !
sailors, pray in tr with them, and ad
ministering to their want.
sovereignty of God in converting a
profane and intemperate sailor into an
humble useful Christaio. And we
also behold the effects which always
accompany true religion, by his acts of
benevolence in relievirg his nfilicttd
companions. Cfoittain Guz.
Js leal in politics accounted the
mark of a vulgar intellect i Did wr
consider the unquenchable ardour of
Pitt, did we regard the lofty enthusi
asm of Fox, as evidence of a feeble, or
ha1 a a as v
a disordered mind: let we will ven-;
ture to assert, that ardour in religion,!
is as much more noble than ardour In!
... . .. . l
tcnduia more cxalVd.. It i.:Wv6ud
all comparison superior to the highest
... ...... r" - . - r r .
of which, sftrr-fill, may- poasibly be
mistaken, and the objects of which
must, infallibly have an end.
lt is h r.ttte hatd, thai men Of bicW
are allowed to' possess good sense on
all other occasions, and whose judc
ment is respected in all the ordinary
concerns of life, should no: have a lit-
tie credit given them in matters of re
ligion, but that they should at once be
IggK'PJP?0 eot or madmen,
in that very poirit whlcYilloffla "tKe
noble! exercise of-e human faouJtie-ai
Sewweand Espntof cMeatifoi" Trflont-
By the report of the auditor, just made
to the legislature, it appears that the re
ceipts of the treatsury during the last year,
from September, 822, to September,
I823,iiidusive, were $48,571 13; and the
disbursements, for the same period, were
35,874 09 ; leaving a balance in the trea
sury of 812,69? 04., The state; treasury
notes are all redeemed, and there- is due
in arrearages of taxes, the sum of $3Y
499 8f A prosperous govercsient.
i (ikLt.r. S. f.
4VE pnl, al no eilfcf t il t
50 Vackagrt DM' GOODS,
ArTo io tnb sassoa Vi I
I t!cs ettra and auper t Ui I'll, , ,
JJ da mil Jl.njf
2J do , Vm prlffj d
J dl tanl d pcliaat fto
3 S4 Urvwiiliirt Unwjs '
IdJd super and muldliiig L'Mlrrer!
J d' ewnmon do
,1 d fr.fwd and riV'l do
I'j' ckKi i -r and nndiunj htinc' '
3 do Brdfur.1 CofU
3 do auper Valewl Vettlnirs
4 do common Txllrt and waJoa da
3. balrl heavy riuHnjre
do wuittf rUina -
blue, drab u mat do
rrce n luiit
ktMireed f'lannrla
lA-Um U iffil UUnkcts
Hrufol do . ilo
.1, 1J. and 4 1 ponl do
r-4, H 4,9 4, lo 4, 1 1 -4 iul 12 4 Rose do
lilkck anjkolurcd ttimtbaria
do d'i (('irf d 'bi
ilO pnri ( c di
scarlet am? nrmne iinnlrd liattlneta
Caw I Cndine f'luti
do auratrd H nifl Htripci
lltk ll.i n
iiMT l rt4i I'Uid et ui
Mrii't awirtrd 1jwiiI' W ml H
uo d'i tl' ilit UJ1 to
do tin Morled l
tffitnen'i blink du d
do w lute ilit do
Merino Mantlet ii'l Nlilt
4 4 nl 6-4 Cattniierf do
7-4 ivl b 4 plum i.gtirrd t'animcre do
VY orated Urarr
( -jnrinr I'omt.
1Q cava y-K mid 6 4 ta
9 an I 6 4 .laroncta
H H aiul t4 loom armed Mmlna
'J H and u 4 l-k b
4-4 rirh uiulxiurcd do do
4 4 Japan.-d du dn
) H atid 6-4 plain ai d fi:rrd Mull do
V-B pluiti ami tani'xmn d . wia do
co n tvnb. Hired and cd Kobet .
aaw.n d l.'MMrt
1-4 and 4 4 xsa'd dalirora and Cliiutrt,
kjmk I ilt,,)iul)le and )! 1 . 1 ui.i.rna
do .cr ai.d con. ii.idi tnriiUurc do
ilo (.jriip ni and t'juiibric Ii.nii'jr
ilo njtcr Knnii;ure do
do U-4 and W 4 MaracilU UuilU
dt 4 4 t'n'ioii Stripe '
do drati Coiiatitntion and rUnpip Cur ia
do h ipi r and common Ikittii kt
bales (hirclirtti T lo
i:imi r.nijiiina ami Uamlatua Mdlcfe.
li M.'lrj do
1'iillicjt and VI i,nli)itain do
common and iu-r blue Worri il do
4-4. 6-4 and 7-4 Clw.U Mu la
74 aid 8-4 Imitation do
wluu, apoilcd aud checked Crava:i .
Vi nim-n't hitc Cotton llrxe I
-tto aiiper black do - do ingrained. d on land... It aptanii(r to the MttafaetioaeT
Gin't't white lo do 'the court, tbar rlrmnd HcarW to abeondW
tjtton Uracea, aaanrted ) conceala bimaelf Hint ttii nnrinarr proceaTtf '
ju.btiti DrtiWii auu uicaciieu 11 aiuiam uouont .
n.. aii i a a. t.i . . '
do ciminion ShirfiniM and 'Shccrtnjrj
caaci "American flaida and Mripca
lo do Chccla
ilo 4-4 do Imitation Caroline Plaida
do 3 4 and 44 tteani loom Shiriing
do 4-4 Long Clotht pattemt
do 4-4 aopcr plaid Cinhania, handsome
do turkey Varn
do three cord Cotton mils
do Spool Cotton
10 caect 741 and 4-4 Iridi Linens, uhole and
1 lo ImiR1 lwna - de-mi rict
2 do aaaortcd table Diapers
1 do 3-4 bird eve ' do
1 hale do
5 casi-s brown and black I.inene
1 bul Imitation hhvctingt
4 du Oinaburgt
1 do super Linen Tick
1 ca- white Platillua
3 do assorted Patent Thread.
1 cate green, pink and blue Florence
lig'd. Florences, Lcvai.linta and Satins
5-4 black Serge
do Levantine
4-4 figured Silk Handkerchiefs
black Sinchewa aud bartnett
plaid do "
bkek Cantp Levantine
do and colored Canton Crapes
do do Nankin do
Crape Dretaes I
... u j j
a uu i meVLiii c uuuuru uu i
r-- oo- -rano t- vrapo om.woj .. . ....
t'Tt'i.'s. ai i m --jri . i . . 4fMif4-ftif fr4.ifiwraneAaharuu
uv 0 mam lei t
3 do- bird eyt. Handkerchiefs ' "
4 lo
uoer and coBimoa black Italian CpesIr,,"caTl0irieTOa.aT ! ""'f" 1 m.'""" .
Hat Crape - ISilk llote Week. g.vingnotlcetb the .stttd defei
Men'a and Women's black and white ,Iant to Fnfar at th.e " Court oLPlea sna
do do do do do Gloves,. ;
Habit English do
Italian and India Sewing Silks
assort eu iwiara
do Silk Braid
black Silk velvet-
rich figured Kibbona, assorted do.
ass d. truiged and plain taneta and satin
1 do
1 do
S do
2 do
black ualloona
do Velvet Itibbons
super and common Flag Handkfa.
"'''"d6""''Gennan" ' ?'T".-elt"Tr
black silk Florentine -
do do - do ncn itTffured.
j dy
2 TtMt'i fttt-B1'10Va-'w
2 do do Buck-skin do ' '
do Dog-tkin do
do . auper Woodstock do
Habit Voodatock and Ikaver do
do assorted Kid ' do
do lined . do , do
super and common gilt Coat Buttons "
do Pearl - do
Pina ,
silk and gingham Umbrella
ladiea Leghorn Hats '
Tapes, aaaorted.
Pcrtaer 37, I83SV
Slate of N'orlli-Carclii.
IK r-jti.ty, tkn,Ur t.rm, 1H.1 1 J,m,, ..;
Hitj h.rct, iiijtufl i.;r,J ruM
iH.n Janira liwnl, M dliani Vroi and lit Urr
Laiwdr, J'tba AfMv and L'a'Urtoe jr
JaiMS lbon.ain and alar.rct bta sofr, Jol,J
Btrt, W ill, am futlrrtoft and tat Win !,
Janulhtnl and Jane butt, ttj ww j. fZ
let, 1li"maa kUtl an ItJanl mkIt !e ir f
Ieiitv4me, year, 1 bms ami Juh ttaird
fann omlcr Ibe aft fcf tnt)4jne tear. WJ.
,ai llalrd, frtrV Pird, Jane Haird, and TLa.
mat A da ma and ! I friitkHi fur tU of rrj
estate. It ajipearitif to tlie ai if-i um U ue
eoiirt, Dial tle (b ftodaats in lliit ce era cU.
Irnt of anothrr aate, It itthervfre ordcrt
tUt publire'lon be mad fay tbr mmK -eeawnlylit
the Vt'rttrra t'sroliitiaii, foraaid A.,
fm.Loin to t:er al our nest t emrt id rnit u
be bald for the ernWy t4 Rowan, & t)i court,
liotiie In ftafsbirryi m tba arMi W.wlat afttf
Ibe fuurtbliondarU Itarth neit, aw pltad,aa..
tvrror demur to tma prtiuun, vitrm tttil
b taken pro confoao, and beard ts paita.
t.r.O. UK KK, C.Jt.K.
0.1. 2, IKJ. (Price sv. g 7 ) 3W ,
Butt? of North-Carolina,
rV)VUT of I1-at ami Quarter Hfims ftp.'
j trmb. r Trnn, IR.'J. Julio tj. likint, Aftat
of tbr l!i k of ( ape Fear at Kalrm, m. Kdnuib4
Header andotlitrtr Judirlal Attacliinrnt, kri.
rd on bind. It a'rwarinir to ttte' attiafieilosj f
thr roort, thai KdiMiii Itcailrtr o abaci m.b af
ronreala Ihium If lliat tl.e ordtnar riMeas ef
Uw faii'ioi be arrvrd ufxin bin., It it ihrrefurs
onU-rrd, that piibPu t Wn be nia!e in the Vt ra.
trrn Caro!'niin fr three weeks, gtmf aotiee
to the aaid drfrmlant, lUlmnml Ikaxlri, Io aa.
pur at the neat ( ourt of I'haa and Quart tf
Soaiiina to r hi Id for the laid county, on the
trcind Mundav in Deccmbrr nrit, ami r pbrrt,
nlrad, of dntiiir, otherwiat Juilgnrnt Anal i
be enlert-d aifainat bim. tfti
ma 1 1 iih w it. uonr,tr.
Urrmnnlen, ,v. 3, 183 Prk al. ti
State of North-Carolina,
. SToars covaTT.
fmt'RT of I'lraa ami Uuartrr Srjwloni, SeS.
' tcmhrr T rm, 1821. John C. Bhinj, A(rent
nfthr liaiik f Cric Frar at Sulrm, tt. Rdmanl
llra.'t y and othrra: Judicial Attachment, letj.
t( on Unit. It aniH-ariiiif to tbr aatiafartion ef
(thf rmtrt, that F.dmond Ikadev ai abatonda or
t.(mrrll, ,,;,,, v thM t!ie ori,niry pi0-eetef
law cannot Ih- arnrd upon liiir, it it therefore
ordcri it, tint pi lilu ' khi be niaW in lh Wca
tt rn t'arolinijii itt thrrr t ckt, gi'i'ij; notice
to tba a-uil difi iiUnt, lUlmtlnd Mvah ), to ap
pear at the n M Court of I'leaa anl Clnaref
Suvont to be hrld for aaid count , on the at
rcml Mopijrj jn.5Cenbf r nerx', and repleftr,
il ad to iati'ie, or demur, othtmiae judgment
final will be entered auimt bim. taj
CrrmanienfJWv. .1 1833. Pr Ce aiW. gl 2J
State of North-Carolina, .
rOVUT of llta am! quarter Seadons, Srt
J tember Term, 1823. John C. Blum, Arret
of tbr Rank of Cape Fear at alrm, rt. Kebmuai
Retlev and othi ra i Jud cial Attachment; let1'
I .a t 1 .1 a . .
la canmx n avru opon iwm ef t enerrtort
lxd, -that publication be niadc in ibe. We ,
tern Carolinian tor three a'ceka. giWnf notiot
to the taid di fendant, KUJmund IU a.l. r, to ip
pe ar at the next Court of Ph at and Quarter
Sciinnk to be hrld for a county, on the at
com! Monday in Drcembcr neat, ami repler,
plead to iaiie, or 'U nnir, othenaiae judgoicol
finul will be entered ag-iim' him, t&3
Grrmontan, Xev. 3, 1823. Price ad. gl 21
State of North-Carolina,
J temfti r Term, 1323. John C. Uium, Arrat
of t'ir Hank of Cape F-ar at Salem, x. F.dmuni
Pcazlev a ul olhcrt: Judicial Attachnient, lei
ed on land. P. appearing to the aatiafactierti of
the court, that Kdmund lleazley ao abacondt or
conceals hiniM-lf that the ordinary proceta of
law cannot be aerved upon him. it ia therefore
ordered, that publication be made in the Wo j
tern Carolinian for three weeks, giving notice I
to the aaid defendant, Edmund Ueazlcy, to ap
pear at the next Court of Pleaa and.Quarlcf
Sraaiont to be held for aaid county, on the se
cond Monday in December next, and rfplevT,
plead to issue, pr de-meir, otherwise judgmeat
Anal will be entered againat him. t83 t
Gcrmnnton, vA0ti. 3, 1833. Price adr gl SJ
State of North-Carolina,
sut. K I ot rieas ana .euaner nesaiona, pei
J tpmber Term. 1823. farah Vawteh toth
' .
ctnirt tiiatt&e defc an3 coiux'iltr f
aerved upon turn, it ia Uieretore orelered, ui .
... -1 ....... ... ...;.....J!.ii. -
mtarter e!lalons to be Tield lor said county,
Monday in December next, and replevy, pica
to issue or demur, otherwise judgment final ie.
be entered' agalhtt him. t83
MATTHEW n. Moonftci'k.
nnnn, ,tv 3, 1 823. , Price ad v. gl A
State of North-Carolina,
Pennine-ton. t. Charles Johnson, and e"
far.tinn htthr Cuirt 'that Jamra Harria. and Hi
Hall, and Inry his wife, (heirs at law of Joba ,
it was ordered by the Court, that publication ba
made in the Western Carolinian for six k
that unless th aai James Harris, and Haruf
Hall, arid Mary his wife, come forward W"1)1
lh tUr-m first dot', nf m,r nrxt Pmirt 'of EQ"'1
to be held for IbV county of Randolph, bn
first Monday after.tlie fotirth Monday of Mafca
neite ami ahewr eaua whv-thev shall not W'
made parties defendant and answer the com
plainant's Dili, that the same will be taken
cotifcsso, and beard tx parte. ' ,
A copyi B. Eli40TT, V. .
Price adr,S1 . '. ...j '

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