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Till. Ml M..
,a rut ris iiuiii,
Jkt: f-l-i" On r.Uf tha firs' fever,
the f..llinj Parody I'ttmr.I'uUl penned
V it b paasa'de, U U a j lc In U' Poct'i
T It from thy lover,
bo one d4 sw bain to I
Tb illusion i ever, ; ' T
That bound im to Utet
t . .
I cannot refwr tb,
Though drsrtst tho wrt
' rTor mtfVt W,-n .nw
fere the toe def'j
But HI tUrt from th brigktnt
My .frwW Caa girt !
for 1 canaot txkoU lixe
Mk tfin with thyr
,1 1 thy a w'tfl raim tLce
In mJit4 ito avm f
MB TBI tWTIM CiHUIUI,
J1A. EJitor, An evil prevail. In our
uijnirr ii iv unit ivun i
Prrapttatt in affmng to a young gen
tleman the report that he la courting
asime younjr lady. It may be they
know that he hai beea once or oftener
( I Certain plaCf. If neighbor, he
Way often have viaited where aome
Mil IIIIHIi .ilia.
. , i.j t
ifisf ih. Iiiiv hum no m Ki.
o. ii not acquaintea wun me young
t.j.. t l. nj .l .
war. oc may nave cwieu w jorm uwi
acquaintance which laneceaaa before
any young man can wiui propneiy a m
to gain the affection! of a young lady.
Some a'e alow, otheri quick, in at
taioing the knowledge of character.
5ome, indeed the mi lt, need to be
placed in the company of a young lady
often, before they can form an opinion
f her. To acquire a knowledge of a
a . . a
young lauv. witnout acting tnr apy,
any young man hai a perfect right.
" Time and opportunity ahould be grant.
td for thtt purpose, lie hai hiaelec
tion to make, as a lady has hers j one
as important to him, aa it can be to her.
l . - t:r
i image n a aerioua cuwern, at nir.
curiotr ensirement. When we enter
the married liff, we put up at a port foi
life. Then let a young gentleman, or
:zu Ttmng ladr.harr time n be acquaint.
ed with the peraon, respecting whom
there - ta a tendency to form a good
l pinion becaus of the recommenda
tion which the person carries in enga
TZ Eing;fe.lu;erorminneri,- ihrecorn-t,
. r K' j . v a
nenaauonoi ineno, r uic -miijr
connexion, ii snereis do mutual at-
traction, let the gentleman u.scont.nue
mi visiti witnout an imputation f.i pe-
in? rrrcTir jw vourwF , r i ..ij
9 'ended t or being capriaout. If a
young iaay couia, in gtncrui, not give
any response to a young gentleman,
generally i be ready to pronouuee, after
two or three visit, whether he would
wish toroarry any certain-4adyv If
time for acquaintance ahould be eh
j- yed by both lexes, then let not the
occasional visits lor the sake ot ac
qtuintancr, be called courtship. Let
m young gentleman or Udy be injured
in their prospects by lalse reports. j
mow it u rare news to near wno tmt
and that person Is going to marry.
There ts alwava a restivenesl to know
how the election goes, in thii -place, or
in that puce. Dut let impatience be
curbed a little. Wait my friends, till
you know before you circulate, that I
am courting' Mus , or that I
am going to be marred toMiss I
on next Thursday. Not so fst.
if voti please, - Such eporti will tend
-trrelrminrenanrei the visits of others.
" ..:Z . T " ts
t vi if ruiin tn if at
yt.ungiaay. uut8ome,oououcss, arc
intimidated by reports, and those re-
V iinfli nrftiindl.a l et thl AnthctrS) nfln.Saaff In iliilA aa rhimeiicul. a lh
such reports be cautious. A busu-lodulbt6ry of an inner world maintained by
tn ether men't matter, the ScriDture
- ? ainp-les out for reprobation. . These
O I .
-' rmnm itiiv ininre a vountr man much:
, -'Kr - j a ,
They will make him bear the burden
j of having courted several ladies. Why
T diJ he not succeed in each case, Vll
V he was offended, or he was capricious,
be the - conclusion. Aftd very lis
4a9 the the
lady r spoken of. such reports and suih
' r. . f a. .
; conclusions are injuries, t ,uccu uui
say how deadly.
- A young gentleman, discontinuing
intentional visits;' to a young lady,
cloesnot ' discredit her. Why did.he
not court her I Uo one but them
stives can tell. She may have dis-
r.Lci! J.im i lie rr.sy lave c!U!ilrJ
hrf i prixliiiiul reason! may .4r for
bid Jen love the wcil.t if afTatioii
may have been til un one side there
may have been disparity and mutual
repulsion any of these may l.avc been
Hesides, mijr not I young gentle,
man be privileged to spend an hour or
two in in acreeaUe family, though
he hai no matrimonial views relative
to any member of it I Certain!, Let
our visit, be dictated bfJrie'nMip,
and todab'ility, at well ai by sve.
all meam, if there be no $i?naturr.
U diacounte J largely, aa they come
from i Pittance. Otheri were from a
bjck, that wai never in fooJ crtdii.
Theae are nothing but.raf. Thc
are on the Utopian bank. one than
all. are fCUAirrr'iao like the reality
I .10 utterly worthleaa, when detected.
j With all theic dithcultiei, Irenuenuy I
i i ... i .. . . .
occurring, in ua oe cauuuun in rrcriv
ing and cirrirAif i V what may di.crrd.t
Mr. iTUui Should you deem tie fu!limr
linct worthy the mention of your pttroni, you
will pl- re them a pUre in your Mr
teamed per : Uken Trom Ir. Fnaklin'eworki,
J'iratni Um, ovt. jv, isu
I M lit way IO matr mvnru urniu ... rii'
I ' ' ' ' '
.i lt ;.
k '"i '
. f L:nintlI to njorm
lh- mAn,i.,. how thrv m,v rr.nforr e
h DOCke(. I wiU Cou.int them
..I . ..
with the true aecreto monevatthinot
the certain w.iy to fill empty punes ;
nd jiow to krep them always full.
Two simple rule, wtll olscrved, will
do the busineia.
First, let honesty and industry be
thy constant rompaniuni : and,
Secondly, spend one ptnny less than
thy clear trains. Then ahall thy hide
bound p' cket soon begin to thrive t
and will never agiin cry with the emp.
ty belly-athe. Neither will creditors
inault thee j nor want oppress t nor
hunger bile nor nakedness Irete
thee. The whole hemisphere will
shine brighter ; and pleasure spring up
in every corner of thy heart. Now,
therefore, embrace theae rules and bY
happy. Banish the bleak winda of sor
row from thy mind, and live indepco.
dent. . Then ahJt thou be a man, and
it hide thv face it the annroath of
ricK fnoV sGffertVe pain of fcelinc
;tliewhenthe,on.of fortune walk at thy
ri ht hand; for independency, wheth
er whh little or much, is good fortune,
and paCeth thee on even ground with
,he proudest of the golden Uteie.
Qh t be v;,p ,n1 et ird0,try
walk with thee in the morning, and at.
tend thee until thou reathest the even
ing hour for rest. Let honesty be as
the breath of thy soul ; and never for.
get to haver a pennyT whcaalLlhyjtXrl
penses are ennumerated and paid.
fhen shah thou reach the point rr
happiness, and independence shall be
thy shield and bucker, thy helmet and
ell a It
crown. 1 hen shall thy soul watx up.
right, nor stoop to the silken wretch,
brfBU8C he hath riches , n
; nor pocket an
abuse, because the hand which t flcrs
it, wean a ring set with diamonds.
Cafitain Parry't Expedition.
The Discovery ships sent from England
under the command of Capt. Parry have
returned, it seems, without having- been
able to prosecute their advances towards
the pole, even so far as on their former
expedition. This will be a subject of se-
n1 diaappointment, not only
f?i,. t,... iv.....t,n..i v i.,j
. . -...- - r
the8 - exned t ons. We look u Don the
notion ot the existenoe,f a northwest
. ' a S S ,4
Capt. Symmes. It is certainly not im-
bottle that they may both exist ; but if
Ilk.. ArK w. ... .nt-linarl n kail... k.
u7 " v v.v ....
(he utet of their existence are not for our
world. We ahall look with great anxiety
for the publication of Capt. Parry's nar
rative .Sathnal Jourral.
A curious story was in circulation, and
pretty generally credited. Two'tnen
ags, is hich in kept by an elderly woman in
South Eleventh street, and requested
permission to put a barrel into her store
for a' few hours. The men not returning,
and the store becoming father tainted,
the barrel,, was broken open, and a .dead
negro was found in the vessel, with I six
dollars in his hand, which have since
been appropriated to btiryinghim. :
tPhik. fiem. Tret) vVcw. 19,
liui il people win not C4H in autntir trt wrtf im i
m irrmtf th rrporw - he- " y M r runt k?inMiri (n ihr mhtr, tW
'"' rrtrt)k and rdiits er
to th Ixgubsur on tA 21 inst. Iy
i, of Ibis low', a! r'T ordered to
L and ms-U t? pfU-r of th ly f-r
rnrrJ AMrtil.'r North CifufiM
.tnW-tl, tn.1 the pr ajwrit tlul aiimi
I the rd.ad an a with distrust
apvnbenaiow. etry prafiie inch may
- iianmm - , m ......
, rt.oiii she, that ib lfwiiut;.m of u peopk
it f.i--omii uwW-r th of jirkim,
! ,htfh Hrnul Im rimed lii'ihi
Ciir uf titmgtun, ut hlUtr Cnhirrtmottml
(4iri. the iil4naiMHl af Ifrtwlrnll of
the tnitrd Rtalr prartirc ftrrrtly ofiptmH
to tS tjMM uf tka il ut iml filly ckl
(kUIrd to wbtrrt the pnr'lrt of our C"
Tbe Cimfiiutio of the (ion U one of
checks and hUiwi iu frr rkfvcw the frail
tie of pttnkind, at toprrjrre pure the In-
tT'f or ft rrntt. it cnttrniplilri kreninr
ment. Mrmbrn of Coorra are ehorn by the
coiIf (r cerUin epeciAc a4l d fSnrd purpoere
to etrrriee the fundione'if If )filtMn, uihI
no! to elrct or to nominate: PrreHlrnt, etrr pi
in the ff nt aa provided by (he Condiiuiion. In
conforwiity to this mil ion prudrnce ami i
d'lm, the tecond Article ofthe ('oiiitiiution ff
bull nir mbera of either braarh of Congrrm from
ariinr ai Rlrcton of Prilrnt. (.inhig
atraim thrir own fraih,thpe' pie, b the Con-
ititution, lure Uken from themar Wet the k.
' er to elwrt a Member of l:otiirrrs i an Klec
tif i Vrt hy the prviirt of I'tucuui.f, tlirn-
i Mrmomof cfiirT.. ir.rrctivdt. ni..i b n.r
... .. r . . , .
t on..ii.ii,on iuty ire proi.irme.t irom aumg
i ' , V?.. ... ...... . . .........
i nr net nun hi rrrxdrni. nmirr wic i mill
J tti,n. it rem,,,! n,drme from the nroplc.
lu .1 " . I.I I I..". 11.'
1 " r"'mm ..c r.i.T.. w-urp-i
but by the practice of Caiicui nomination, il
in fleet, takt n ay rom 'he people altif(rth
rr, and et erriwd by Sielfuh combination of iin
an'liarwcd in!iridilr-mirpin)f poer, ami
Iravinr to the peof.li the tn.ptv privilege of
rlilyin)r their ileerrei.
1 lie advocate of (aucna Lite in view to
caoie aome one, by man of the nomination, to
be circled I'reaiilrnt, ho otlirr ie n.ir'i' not
be- elected. If lint obeet be nft efTt ctnl bv il,
then the Caurua m imIcm; if it be attainnl,
then the cone luiiun ii ireaitiblr, Out the Mem.
jberauf Conrrta mab the I'rtuJrnt, ami in
, spirit violate the a!rcd iiutrumcnt, vhich tiny
have sworn to aupport.
I We diaappmve CnnpreMionil Canctitei fur
nominatinjr Prefycnu, not only on Conatitu
tionil frmunda, but on confident ion of jmt pol
icy. By the ConHitution, in the event oT no
election by the Electoral College, the Home of
Repreatntitivfi it to choote from the three
highest, and otmby Mate t a provision deem.
eTt io Important ks to have been" reneatf d.
thoufrtt tncMUUd bj an amendment to the Con-
iuiu(itv, solemnly nwea by Ui j !uie in the
year 1813. It is therefore certainly improper.
unwise and highly censurable, for Members of
Conrrras to jo into Caiicns, snd prejiidjrr thtr
ease, by pledfjinjr themselves to support a erf
tain Candidate, a ben in twelve months theresf
ter they mav be called upon to vote as final
Klcctor. V ben the electioc of President socs
to the House of Keprtstntstivrs, the fin ctions of
that body for the time bemr area hollv chained:
they lose the cliaracter of I-e-g-i viators, and be.
come clothed In the privilcfre of the people, as
Electors. An Klector is sn A pent chosen by
the people, not to exercise d'mcrrtionar) powers,
but execute a qualifies1 trust) to do what the
people themselves woi.ld dn, were they pres
ent j but Members of CcnfrreM are elected a ith
out rrfrrtnee to their icntimetits on tlie Pres
idential question j in truth it nv so ha
thtt while rVy prefer Pie person tlr President,
the ple prefer anothc' i and we apfyrsl tn our
knowledge of the fast, :hat whatever consider
ation, may have inductd the election of the
present Mrmbcrs of Coi((ress from this State,
their opinions on tlie Presidential question hsd
no manner of influence. The consequence
therefore is, that when they go into Caucus,
they do not carry with them the feelings and
wishes of the people; they usurp a power de
nied by the Constitution, and not given by the
people ; they obtain by fraud v.at they dare
not attempt by violesce.
It has been advanced, in defence of the prac
tice of Caucusing, that it is neensary to pre
vent the election from going into the Mouse of
Representatives. The constitution prescribes
that Congress, voting by States, shall elect the
President from the three highest on the polls,
if no one hsve a majority of the whole. Does
not the jrtiHt of perjury rest on the man, who,
taking an oath to aupport the Constitution, , yet
busies himself to pervert and defest its provis
iona? 'J othis-lg4latur it -S'-ould Senear, that
tTfPTf' ir frs tfairgeT :4M- elviae-"of Bepceie.
.tittvts' being :sxnmtidr'JttTja.-lte iant
on their oatfti and respdnsihififiea'i In the "other
they are impelled by their own selfish views,
ami they are exposed to the operations of in
triguc, management, and oftentimes corruption.
" This Legislature further object to Uiis prac
tice, because, in our government, we ought vigi
lantly to avoid Riving sanction to improper pre
cedents, to fatal in other governments. What
at first is cautiously assumed, if unresisted, will,
at hurt, be openly demanded as a right. Already
do the friends of Caucus urge as argument, the
practice of former Congresses j and unless the
people now resist these usurpations, the period
ja not distant when ljEmbers , of Cqnss will
claim them as a righ by the law of immemorial
usagethe people will be deprjvod of influence
in the choice of Preatderft t or. Members of Con
gress miuA beiuMn,not.fbr .thtuxqualfiuUiqnt
as legislators, but for their opinion as Electors.
On former occasions, the plausible apology
for Caucuses was, to unite the sentiments of tlie
dominant party, to prevent it from being broken
and shattered to pieces, lest their opponents
might thereby auppkntvtjiem in power.. If.this
was ever a good apology, it is certainly not such
at tlits time, aince party rancour has subsided,
the spirit of Factioa has disappeared, and most,
if not all good men, unite in opinion upon ques
tions of lesding national policy. -
The rights, tbe ltbertieaof(thi American peo..
j,l rr lA'cfc! I f I'. ltl f')irr,
fil Mi'jf Pom Hi r T,,I "f y'ny.
IVH plrn f.f.tl)i hfi(d thf f I"! H CMfrd,
hy t)i,ir la tl rrlrrl Cim'tuin, ih
thjvyntrnt iA im finite, Af unH t trn
of i(n tmWnre, ihoiU he Urnrr!e in
deti if we d4 not rlly rivl the 'rwUrd U
the Coiit4wn, aivl iih the Mrfie of ir,
ttiw tlui e cm rrri'ty pnn an-l htitrly de.
frn-l the tila-hle inhcrHUnee. hll lln,
hen ivirt of our dner, permit a rtf-emlrd
ArMtoenry t d-ci, delude, m-1 rub u of
urrifhief The lrKiitMre of Nr" tirvinui
MTiif arint lint unerHMtdutionil antd.n.
prone bjunti"n of a t'eucui nnmiiietwMi of
rTendenthy Mcnilitra uf Coorrtia Mtii
Ve beEeva n open, manly nl candid eflTfirt
thouttl be made to chirk the unhllued Uin
la I'l projrrrte and if the effort be not ueee.
further the peeple tney be ikrJ l at
artiwd at Die dnfrr Wh llimlciii our rglil
im) apply the fftxt-lma, ' ,
Vt'nh theae i't, and foe theae rcatooa. the
MAULS Li tint, Ihalthe r'r in Con.
frtKn Wii Blate he inMniclnl, an J our Hrp.
rrse ntatitce be re'iuestcd, as a means of pre
serein ths rifhts of the j-ojile, in eh.fe of
Prrwdent, to withheld their conn'enanee frjm
tlie prsctice of meetins; in (soevis by the Mem
bers of Congress i stvl thai thev use their eser
tioos to prevent a nomination from beittje ms.e
in Caucus, of prraont to fil the offices of Prrsi
dent and Vice President of lh t nited Hiatrs.
Srcmmt, Thtt our Kenstors in Congress Im in
structed, snd our HrprrBcntativrtbe requested,
to brine before t.'otpjfress, ami nrYe the pasarr
of an aniendmcnt to the Cons'ihiiioij, pruvidmK
that each Ute in tlie I 'moo shall be laid ofT, at
slated period, into I'.lectoesl d. drift for the
elrciion of PrrsiiUnts am! We -PrewiUnts ol
the t nited States.
THinl, Piat the (iivernor of this tste Usns
nut a copy of the (orrnng jirramhlr ami reso
lu'i ns to esch of our Senators sm Keprts-nta-tires
f'miih, lhl the Governor trsmoiil a copy of
the lorc)foinj pr smlile sod rrsobilHm to the
F.XI etllive of rarli Slstr in ttie t'nioii, W'th S re
ijiiet lUat :hry be bud before their retttivc
There resii'cs at present, r ear Vrr
ssilles, a rrtin d suSalttru ofFii rr, v h
acrornpaiiicd Ndp.ilctin in imrit ( f hi'
wars, and who iv the fullirr of t.inc c 1 . 1 1
rlien, all bo n in diUVre nl ronntfies. I tir
fitsi vts Ixirn in Mil.m, 1 ' uly , tlir srcoml
in Swi(ter ,r,d, third in Kcvpt, lo.rii. in
I'ralire. fifth in Gcirpariy, sixth in N.iplev.
seventh in Spjini eighth in Prusi.i. atii
the ninth in the IsUnd of Elba. I tie v
are all alJe to converse in the Ijntiure ol
the country in w hich they were txirn, and
all residing under the paternal roof ; they
render the house something like a tower
or Label. Eng. pup.
There is at present eihibitin in the
Aryle Rooms, IOidon, an American
ahe in bloom, nearly twenty feet hib-
I hi extraordinary, leautiful and stupen
dous pUnt, flowers but once in one hnn
dred vejrs 1 and has at present 20t0 hloa
soms upon it. EngLthpip.
An Enplish publimtinni' n descriliing
the jmpiovemew! pi tne ccicDraiea rcr
kins in the corrstructiem rf the Sfram En
ginc, tnkes a shew of candour by confes
sine that he is an American ; but endeav
ours to allav the mortification of John
Dull, by spying that he is of Englith de
Kent ! And so were the WashinRtons and
1'ianklins of the old times, and the Jack
sons and Ptrrysof the new.
A Gold Medal wu-j.on the 1 Oth inst.
presented hv a committee of the Surgical
class of 1822-23. to Dr. Valentine Molt,
tho (listinKuished Professor of Surgery in
the University of New York.
A new woik Irom the pr-n of X'hs
Porter, author ol " I'hadch u of War
saw," ' Scottish Chiefs," &t. will
soon appear in three volumes,- tntitlul
Duie Christian of Luneburg, or tradi
tion from the Harts. Sat. Caz.
Capture of Putrto Cabello. After a
siege of more than Trojan duration,
this fortress has at length yielded to
the gallantry of the Colombian arms ;
and we may now congratulate our sis
ter .Republic, upon having driven her
enemies from the last foot-hold in her
territory. The capture of Puerto Ca-
bellor has . cost-much "Ltoil and blood j
wt it.rnrpa f lip imln-rirTn.. r f fr
lt.... - t j- i -- i v , r
ol any tutiire annayame Irom the
Mother Country. The valour of men
determined to he iree, is. irresist-iblsv-a-and
CoIornbtAmt vvr sofar-4"roro
having any thihg to dread from the
threatened attack of France and Spain,
may fearlessly turn ajl her energies to
the assistance of her still struggling
sister Peru. With the reinforcements
which she may now send to her br.;ve
and chivalrous Bolivar, that champion
of Liberty' would"" aoon 'e'enablell'to
extirpate the lew remaining minions
of despotism," and give freedom to the
whole of South Ameriea. 7T. Journal.'
Spaing One of the Londpn editors re
marks aptly and justly : " The intelligent
part of the Spaniards have been found uh
equal to cope with the ignorant and preju
diced mass aided by a government unprw-
ciled enough to ally itself to the partisans
of the Inquisition and Despotism."-
Hotiic nnd Lot for Fate
ftlltr, suhtf riWf Mi.eS to S!l bis b
1 brt, in D.a to n of SaLluirt, ti t,, r, . i
by h.iiirlf. as a Isvern. Hit esadvhthrtl(
ao trnerslly kiwwn, that it wLj ! of l,.
wn' to iJesr rd tt psrttfiiUfW M is, pert,,. .
the mt elifil'la sin. f"f a piU htm imi,a
western part of NoHh-Carba it is Wiih,a bj
ysnta of lh courthouse in hsUlniry , a i,,
and eoftyenient, w iih t itenaivt out buillines, fc
A aery moderate prict il be taken, tor iu !
til.lij'mciit, ami payments ma.l euy. Ass
person ihin to pir haac, w.U do Writ to
ply soon, m the aoharnher is mw drtermined oj
sell, ami remove to hw farm in the country, L.
ten directed to tbe anbsi riher, in Ksl sbury. X
Cwillbedut) Btulcdt'. V
JOHM IIOWAnn, Jf,,
n HaleirV Star will Insert the H.'e J
weeks, sod sraxl tUeie account V liuso
K10H Court of lw, tlc ober Tern.
Mary Hooper . Joahua Hooper
petition fif divorce. Il appearing to the asti.
taction of tl.S CKtiri, thaK Joshua lluover,
ilefendant, is not an inhabitant of this Male, it H
therefore tirdrreil by said r ourt, that pubbcalios)
be mule three months in tha Italrigh htar snj
Western t'aiolui.au, fS i 1 1 (f notice to 1 1 defra.
dant, that he appear at the nest Muperior Court
of I jw to !-e held for the county IJncoU, at
the cour -'I'rtif in I .iu oln'iin, on the fourth Viow
Uy after the 4(1 H iiiiUr in March next. Uws
and (here to sntw r, plead, or demur to the s4
petition, itthrrwiac it will he taken proronfrtao,
and ivljuilril v cordingty. Vvitntss, faasas)
licmlervKi, clerk of said court, at office, tha
foil nh Moiul.y after the founh Slondsy in Sep.
trniher, A. l. Ihi.1, ami in tlie forty-eighth jrai
of the Independence of the I'. States.
Price adv. RI .1nv91
iStsitt' of Nortli-C'arolina,
nsvinsoti COf TV.
Ot'lt T of Plea and Quarter flrsaions, Orta,
her I'trm, 18.' !. (.rrdiam 'I iimcv and Sa.
rah hit ife, and t.tut lltrrly, i . Ilulip t.af.
n r and llarbara l.ia wile, t. curve Krpley Sfd
I j''i.iriuc hit a if. , Monb cai Collins snd Chris,
in, 4 hts wife ! petition for partition. It spprsr.
i ; ' i the utishulx.n of llic fourt liat the d(.
I I, !. ui, pluhp f.arnrr and Itirbas his war,
t ..i.fj.- sB .;!. ar 1 Caili.rii,. hi. a ifr. Muni.
C4i ( ir'.i uii'l ( hritc'ia his iic, are not ia
..f lli'v Va e, il it t!, -rel'uf urdrrrd,
I ' . i . 1 1 1 he male fi.r six ui t m tha
i-.tt rn t aioliiuan, printed in sa!ituin . that
uuli st l.e i'i ti iiitanis appear at the nest Court
of I t at unit Quarter S saions to be held (sf
l)Ai!viti cuiinti, at the court-house in l,tvnr.
ton, on the 4'h Monilav of January next, and
plead and demur to the said pr rttlnn, orttrwtar
it v. ill be tuki n pro cohfetto, at to tlie in.
A true copy from th miiiuti s. 6tW "
Prisaiv. i F. M(M;k,f 'r.
State of Nortli-Curolina,
Wl KM COllTY.
(lOl'HTcif Kipmy, Sept. Term, 1823: Bill Ibr
J alitnom ; Nancy Cox, by her next fnead
I hoi. Triplett, against lirsxton Cox, snd Jss,
Wellborn, administrator. It appearing to tlx
aaWftotMMi of the CMirt, lUt th dtiiudaat,
llnutoa Cox. is a ouu-rcudtuL of tlua stale i it is
therefore orilcred by the Court, that publication
be made in the-Western Carolinia.li. for tfirei
months successively, that unlet the aid defra.
riant appear at our rttM t ourt to be Iwld iiwdst..
rounry of Wilkes, at the t'ourt-Honse in Wilkes
horn, on the sreomt MouiUy in March next, thfl
snd there to plead, answer, or demur, or said
hilt will he taken pro confesan, and heard el
parte J. GVUN.jr. C..l..
Price a.lv. . Jmt a1.)
State til Norlli-Ciirtilina,
MKCOtN COl'XI T.
St PFRIOH Court of Law, tMober TerKsJ
1H Jo. Kliza Itcvinip, ts. Simeon llrving
petition for divorce. It sppcaring to the sstis
faction of the court, that Simeon Wring, th
deft -ndant, is not an inhabitant of thit State, it ia
thertfure onh red by the court, tha' publication
he made three months in the Italeigh M:r and
Western t:nil;nian, giving notice to the defend,
ant, that he appear at the next Superior Court
of law to be held for Lincoln county, at th
coiirt-hou.te in Lincolnton, on the 4th Mondsy
after the 4th Monday of March next, then and
there to answer, plead, or demur to said peti
tion, otherwise it will be taken pro confesto,
and adjudged accordingly. Witness, jiasoa
Henderson, clerk of said court, at ofiic , tbl
4th Momlsy after the 4th Monday of September
A. I). 182J, and in the 48th year of the Imlepca.
dence of the I'nitcd States.
3mt91r LAWN. HF.NnF.RSOX.
State of Nortli-Carolina,
- AHF. COUNTY.
MORRIS BAKKR, r. Alex. Johnston, et
alias : original bill in Eciuiiy . W bereal it
appears to the satisfaction of this court, that Pol"
Iv Maker, relict of Jeremiah Haker, dt ceased,
James Maker, Reuben Baker, Lucy Ant! Raker,
Ssberrv Raker, Nancy Baker, and Jereiriah Fa
kcr. rnfants'Ind heirt ST lavrof the amresaiAJa.
rernlah" nftker; rh-ceirwd: are- rnhsbttantsof an
other ifatej it is therefore orttereilitbal puMi
cation be made in the WesleW'ramrnwBij-pibv
lished in Salisbury, for six weeks, for the afore
said parties to appear, and answer, plead, or de
mur, or judgment, pro confesso, will be tskea
agonist ilia in, ana the cause lu ard tt parvt-..
W itness James Hathom, clerk of the court
Equity for the county and State aforesaid, Sip
c JAMES HAT1I0RN, V. U M.
Price adv. 2. ' 6wt67
Slate of North-Carolina,
D4VIDS0N COUNTT. -
' ber Term. 182.1. George Shuman vt. He":
ry Verble j original attachmeiafi James .
man, Maurice lavi and W'ilUam W iseman, sum-
faction of the court, that the defendant is not TT
resldenf-of tmV irtate, therefore ordered W;
publication be made for three weeks in tha M,f
tern Carolinian, for the defendant lo appear
the next Court cf Pleas and Quarter Session!
be held for the county of Davidson, at the court' ,
house in Lexington, on the 4h Monday f JJ
uary next, and plead, &c. otherwise judjrme
final will be entered against him.'- y " '
A copy from the minutes.
Attest, ' DAVID MOCK, fffc
Price adv. i 25. 3t8
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