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BAUSIIUIIY, N.C.TUKSIUV, ay 18, 1821
, TutUs lW Jami fW Uit4 Stem.
uld Dr. 0. and whobow, u hi kith been
appointed juttlcekf the mm. I ti
peeled to attempt totnfa i; to tb for
ncr iImi m ha hath dpi ;W ao opinlpo
that esery county hatha up to regulate
its own aundard. Tbi h- uHcl of L.
SW W - - - -W WW W "W
t'!i'lm.A l'Trrhnt bit
si uncoiutftn, ok Oarvt ol W..
. against a ier. Memo-,) tobome
cot pretend to decide j bar whether (reat
skill it necessary to tJUUnguWo tfdenJtli
from dropsy, or to rclim a patient from
a simple case of strangulated htmi
'ttTffumm,.,- croEnU win However, a wan must be a wr stupid
war.... in . : WoritvVifsfni'i-fr inhri.-ft'B-.lDO.
lJxrliHir.ii.il kill ki hufnul . . "w I"
,. -"J ' I f.f I n. IT .S..J. i." ..
eents for tah rihwqurnt one." 1 neen qutunea wnto ha but comroea
All letters eJlrceMl to the Miton Boat m I ced. (of which only wrta iDokrn.t
Uai ,-tJ mm it. :rt .,.4 t. j i I ail a. . i . i ii ' i ....
rT""" wu,mn w auroica vs. . AU IDSI WSB IQieOOCfl In Clllnr Llf. u C. I aihti tk.. it. t I ' i .1.
eaw. wee to .hew tb.t men Wfir!.;. f, . "n.a,r9
NiniVMmiCiMului. h , ' ...!.; :'. ' ' .l',mlVmm. wppcer iromirrf fnmuittf ,i
Mr. Wktiti A publication eptred in ' T..!" L ...,m"' oui A0 ,r,c r Th .. bo.eer, U.mAjj.
four paper of the I Jtb unimo. limned A ir w -"cmwn o. nr peo- m belnr 10 e...lr led into an or,,u
At i. ... L I vIC ,v IDf SlDKCr Ol Iticn lhlnr. Ai f II... .Il-.j' . 1 . '
fnv-vwMrwrDia. ujmminir ill c f717 ill i-C2-:rViT.i "j Vr ucnucrwn noneiir.u uinr
to aeeaiuch an irtMioua piece h tk. col r. "r.7"".7rSr.no. fn.matieai , h.lf ,uhel that w.. euppoied b U i
limna of tour newipeper aa that af the r:", " um" amen , end further, ih.t it ip4rl ih.,
Wtbof Mrnh lot, heeded "beware .f 1 :ZZ...u,..J.l...,. Wjor lUnder,o,,'e h.lfbu.bel. bhourf
.. .-fcv.. ... ....iiucu w mNi, imalier than the tUitJ.rd m.uri.C I i
coin count jr, wn Jvttt tlin ihdVuiuie
measure of North (.Vol itc.
JOHN' . VIKS,i.f
i wouin now ask, wiicthrr riink...l i.
wi ia L. II. krepinx a hnlf !uhc IV if II
bj e Utile lartr r thn the umir rn
cn.t.i .l . I
LNCta DUU liniD IDS .L.i I. J
nmv tf.wk k.j t ' ,B w oanMroua lor men to com
-. fiaivai iiiu uu laicn wn id oruir inr .i "i
u uaniccr oi uuacaerv. ai nrariiif n mi. . -
" -..-- "-limnpnvatm.nl m hii,HV......iL .1 i . .
the c., of Valentine H.lner, and put the V Vfc" n,e ,.be r i ibe .,! ,r,
public on their ruird erelnat the polaon- "TIZZVaITZS::' ? V " Pr kepP'ftl. e " "nd.rd hir
cue eftecteor Lend, and of Quackery In Li" ';S7 ebic "e larger than directe
t. .l. j '.l iKienceai (eiul lor which I am willinir in u. 1
of Phytic, without beina; dulf Qualified. LT W!nl Pro? "! r iUlttrai, miller pa, R3 for rraU. wM
and the aeeessiiy.tr Uirlabtifi mterfer- " 7" .1 " . w?wlede. of i belieted nrrer w...eB ,o M.kiiU
weOt-Kity a- the Innocent I u7 :,'',U;,:T, ,u.ca ' A to ,h l""-ntnj: "f ' mUle, I fcno
no unkutpecune; citizens irom such un- ; T
a . I II n . ai ai kV at
akurul practice, but like lie to put it out '
f the DOwernf nrrllrl.iri nt PK..!- I enem7
to moke what ehargea they may pleax,
mini uu tin ii iriurv p ju-uce oi me I J"ne'
r ' w.w vi.f. ltt.lWBW..UVHvlf tf 1 it t
..." .. ...w .... r..a.c cniracter quiry ,bout hi, education ) It known,
o, uu. -ivrv rwir nan," ( he hh-t while in thr eml. f ih,nn,rf
l.nni kirr...ir ...A I V. ... r !ii I .. ... . r - -
...... .......v..,; ...t.cmrc win not tnemil , heacnu Ifdafrr.4i,lal.l.np..n
i . , i " r- -r
Prill. I.M4.. I J . ' . r
enj, ucs.uci niainuinincr U7e i.miiy,
by Dr. U. To shew thii nereitity, the
case atatcd wa made uae of (at to the
high cbarfte) ai one in point, which was
notorious bere, and loudly complained of.
lVl -la., m . . ? . .
i H r . "u . . ,r' "ue Mhfm bu' ' h be'.d b,
i. . ,, no, a. an nr arly n much a thii Rfir.ci.blr Pi
toimpoitor toipeak in hi-her ..dan.- when h. f,, ,..
of my friend,- kc. TbeD why I pr.ctire, (and at cr, ilnfe rrrm.ry
he complain f - I in ... L
... , . . ... " - '' an ntmrji nuirrii o in
writer had no intention of bnnir- iWH. I .k.ii ik-.-r..-. i...
. - -. . - u.miun, lll.PVC iu IIMIC III
now attempt to draw out the private con-
Tbis prrtettded "fritnd io truth," lho it "rn o thU malignant defamer, every in) w.s turned away from thetnill upon
t . I.ironiii. In akm. ai.ul ... I . . .... I
appears it no other than thtt Dr. li him
self, as the piece tent on for publication,
containing the fulsome panerjrtrkk on
bimtelf ia in hit own hand wiitinir) in
which he virtually admit the case of J
W. at ttated, in every thinjr material, to
be aubstantially true, at to the bill of ac
count, tte. but makes a IktJe quibbling as
to the sewing up the wound, mileage,
" fcc. The aervicet, in drettine, visits.
medicine, fcc. are ttated in the account:
and at to the distance in travelling, It can
only he coniecturkl. where il hath not
bern meatured, and IS vnerw matter uf
opinion ; but the opinion Riven appear t
be confirmed by the patient, J. W. wnu
states, that in proving mileage for atten
iir court, in . the village where Dr B-
avenue to wnose tout appears to run .uinirion nf i;.hnn... -;.k-- ki' u
ikM..,.k .i i r - ,... .c. ...i,
ivui. annuel, alliu WHO
llhhold hit Harfty bill,
lion of female -irtue
.Vu u "" ,hC !1W T'd no m-".pectbilit(wi,houiL1.incthe
take hold on him. But a. far a. the pub- circumstance! to attend hi, mil at (irrcu
ma- we concerned, we will ei.mine
" v winiiwii. .I j , TCIlllCII'l lll'HSril
nd who cannot even 0r family, by the owner, upo the com
7' fronHbo.dffama pf.iot of a number of respertafr ruMom
in tuch an in.ioiout ert; and wat afterwards emtove l bv
Forte Piano, for Pale. '.
4 PJJUTrate a-eorwJ4rvl Uoflerad
m. iw mir, wfrj mm, war termt, he.
'' MICIlAtL BKUW
.Martin V. Wvi t,
IX of ftatisbury. and t vicinity. Im rtnWnL
.L .1. . 1 . . - " .. ' "
mm mm naa crnnmrnora Ilia
- Tailoring itasinrg
in part of luhn t'Uman't Immim, situated In
Market Mtrect, a few donn from tha EM corner
of tbv Cowrt-KoaM i heta kt m pnparwd am)
wiu Dr Dftppr to accommouau any rent le man
who art lUkiaed to patronie him in liia Cne of
buameM, in the iH-aiett ami mo: fnlii'inkLle
wyle. or to i.eue fairy. II flatter Litwlf.
from hi. Wng etfeneipre, tlial there art but
few, imnt, In the rounliy, that can aurpaa hint
in the rsreutiitn of bia wurk. A fair trial u all
be , i pnr the ahove aaer1ion. The
Chanrft of fxhioii ili.ll be etriotly attemled to.
a he baa left t corrTipondr nt in the Dittrict of!
Columbia, (where he 11 laat from) whu will send
mm uie lh on. on, in their regular aaaaoni.
He hupci by kirict ancMion to huxinra. to rr-
ceie a lilM-n.1 kl.nre f public pairiiure, ai he
ii ipicrmine4 nwthini; .lull bt ltd urulone to
rtivlcr (friieral MticTirtioa,
Tlie SuWnlw-r bu very rteenily mtivti
from 1'luWilbia, an aaaorlment
Mrd-II en, a rWi.ua
which, villi the iMrlJTwnt he ttpeeta to re,
etivt U a short lime, will enable Wm to sail at
Mtiafarionr prkea. Ilia titabtic ara aa.Mrtflilla
m4 in 4wH.aa4 . f aal,
. r.uvr ai tM,,
&ii'jf, Jng,J 1123. ... u 7LI ..... '. , ,
The drtiperMtiithirir, sml Tla I'latc Ittslnetei
heretufore tnncled bv D. Creet. tea. will in
future br Conditcit t by me, ti tht same place.
i iiiwe ih iior me wiiq weir cutfom, may )
peml on liili r their work dona with heatnea..
durability, and deapatch, . CUWD. CKr.S.t.
Wlmlrttale HAT Ktore,
279 Aitc Sirrri, .mc iKf MerUnf Ihlci
w & fttfttr,
OS'PKH U. tk., p.U rnpil .kl4m
ot lrt, ind, ami 3d nukiity black und drab
oal, bell and hipli crown, ami ortel ahaped,
ana nun, urimt, lata 'athlona.
AIo, Caitor ll.ti, ditto : iirrir't ami vonth'a
f.ne Kortm il.lto, warranted claitic aa'rr proof j
niTi'i hhJ jotith'a Uumm IUU, of an inf. nor
qiiaii!). All of ahich Uiey warrant of their
Mi ii'. and hov'a eoarw. ine am! verv
blurk ami drab ool Hatai morocco capa,
rhildcli,'ia and New-York j Hitter' I
reairlra. hp nnl .'kapcorl fnp mmtl.. kA
the estimation of Dr. B. himself ia only w-hm h,d,,ub,"ib,', being induced by
one more. J. W. states that one of the T5 e"mP,e " K"t 2nd. Is it
visit charted in the bill. he. Dr. B. mere- ina snouia prove an ac
ly called on hit return from some other
place, whrre he had been called on other
business: the first visit is dated on the 3d
October, 1822, and the last on the 12th of
the same month, which will clearly shew
thai the patient could not have remained
lone in danger. Whether the man who
replaced the intestines of J. V. and sew-
ea up the wound, and who received noth
ing for his services, or this rnretaiie
hhymciun, ' was made the means of saving
ri -nan life, is yet problematical : how
bat may be, if the Doctor had con
fined his charges within tbe bounds of
reason, no complaint would have been
made. Notwithstanding he justifies char
gingthe father of the young man (who
inflicted the wounds) thus, in such a case,
yet he hath been heard (more than once)
to say, that he himself would have done
the same that the young man did,'had he
been placed in the same circumstances.
The writer of the piece of the 30th of
March, had no intention to eulogize Dr.
8., or draw any comparison between him
and Dr. B. ; as the regular, honest and
gentlemanly deportment or the former,
and his general success in practice, to
Rether with his diplomas obtained frpm
the most respectable institutions In the
United State, are ; sufficient ia rcconv
mend him, without my -feeble aid, or that
of any other individual ; and bis name
was only incidentally mentioned, as the
Physician called on, in the case of V.
Hather, which annears to have (riven of-
-ience to this Dr.JWaDdiiailiJrawaJrom.
him that malignant and unprovoked at
tack upon Dr. S., and for which he (Dr.
S.) hath advertised the author of the piece
signed A friend to truth," at the court
house door. V.4Btrri"Kln, u
Aa I am no Physician, I will not pre
sume to judge of the extent of the quali
hcatior.8 of Dr. B. at nresent. nnr ,A
mm. i: . . r '
7 u may nave cost f anv to
nae acouired thla r..r.,,.,ki. ... j:' ' ...
:!'ian :m9 M mewioncd
??m l.whicbj had. never heard
tether he hatlr been at4htenr Up6S ac-
luirinir eh.rm.ni.i l i.j
. " t - p i un luat - nu w i ana a. ia "
. . a
I i f .M .a k. n . J ! 1 1 I ...
L. "TI. i ""r""' we w, .mine y,c, s. Vm. ,nJ wbo lftr1P(l, dii
n.s puoiic cnaracter.oy asking the lollow- niiMed from his emtJov. ,he .,m.
Cause. llr. II inmatim. ;-,.,t. ...I
honorable man, when he wat a trustee of a rervnn ih.i t ti u.j .l:.
. i.i . . ... . . . I - -1-"- nan inatii una - poor
..v.w.iik auw.vi iuiiuhi i miiirr rtn VII ak .L i-.i.
by which he had Dromiaed the navmrnl nfl .1... o l . r .
. ., ' z r ' wm.r iu 0j. nc I'jhi ol lie ernin wai
a considerable sum of money, erase or rnmnleil. ,k- , . r i if - u...
ki. i.:. . r .. . ... ...v ui l, II. IU IIITC
""j,""! Mniaim sum suoscriora, or
tuner II lobedonw wlrhuui iho mwiccnc
or consent of the other Trustees, and then
deliver it over to the Secretary, or other
trustees or the Hoard, with the other
subscribers remaining bound, man of
m.nirk, Bo Mrinn. and Druilic. 4c. c. loa
L Aunr..n, ,f(w, 18:4. Hit 12
1 nysician of Pennsylvania, who declared
ahJ3! "!"n ' cer,ain art' if il vt"
mX Co half dozen of farmers, I will
count of 899 to be a 100, and receive
the money when recovered i Many ques
tions of this kind might be asked and an
swered, which would develope the char
acter of thit " Kr$,ectatle I'hytician but
to which I shall not descend.
Let us now examine, with candor and
tmpnrtiulitv, the charges alleged against
the private character of L. il. As to the
billingsgate contained in Dr. B's com
munication, I will pass over, and leave to
some person of bis own stamp to esam
inr ; neither shall I notice the dark and
insidious hints by which he endeavors, in
his usual malignant way, to cause it to he
believed that there is something his mo
desty will not permit him to relate
1 he first charge, therefore, which we
will take notice of. is one charcim? L. H
with " imposition," in keeping and selling
" by a naif tmshef smaller' than" the" start'
dard ot the county. What a dark and
insidious charge is here ! that ever L. II.
kept a half bushel to sell by less than the
present standard half bushel of Lincoln
county, or the legal standard of North-
( arohna, itfalte. There was once a half
buahel kept by a former standard keeper,
that was 65 cubic inches lareer than the
legal or present standard as will appear
from the tollowinir copy of record from
the county court of Lincoln, viz i
- " Agreeably to an order of the county
court, made at October session, 1833, we,
. I i i; j . ,
mo unaerugnca, ocine ouiy appointed as
a committee to examine the standard half
bushel in possession of the standard kce-peraIdtoantfrcrw.eTaRreeably-to
summons, have met this 28ih December,
1823, at Lincoln ton, and do make the fol
lowing report, viz: Upon examination
and calculation, we find it contains 1154
larger than is required bract of Am.
biy of 1741 : we find by said act of As
sembly, a half bushel to contain IDSQ . i
(Signed) Daniel Hoke, Michael Rcinhardt,
John Muahat, John Ramsour,
- Jacob Forney, Lawson Hendenion.
M It VVtmttMVi court. tWihi. i,:
repqri Ot said Committee
pteven j but this " iwo, miller." (as he it
ll!..l ? m . . '
v.. it.., cviiMiou, i ri.i gum, agreed to
pay it wnhounuir
ii. now ri.. raver to tramlaie the
Latin which tins r-ttire'obtt Phvician"
hath Otmfi d. u'lfc h I detltMi fnr ki.
w-- " wviw wv v
Ue : " "- . aiuriut marrtcii rrhut vfii
';" Dr. tt. tint at thf tuccrtt if uriy
one but hivur'f, (as I suppose he intended
to use the word marcrteit.) . The word.
" rrota'ui horridm," I presume havt been
accidentally transposed, (as they ought to
have occupied the place of a "friend to
truth, and he translated a not iy tenant
m f ti.. h f 1. . 1 a ... a
wj f,r m in, j i nope ;ir. r,onor i am
now ()onet with this wonder of the world,'
and shall dismiss him and the subject
Mail ,t, 1824.
P. S. Mr. White: It is due to Dr. S.
for me to de lare, thst he aad no knowl
edge of the piece which appeared in your
paper ot the 30th March last, before its
piitilua'.ion in your paper. L. H.
1 I hope to, too ia.
A Charleston paper of the 12th instant,
states- ThaT "mhilTes " Joachim Murat,
Esq., arrived in that city a few days se
fore, on his way to East Florida." This
voung man, we presume, is , the son of
Murat, formerly King of Naples, and who,
after his dethronement, was taken prison
er, tried, and shot, in Calabria. Kine
Murat married a sister of Napoleon's.
The voung man is, of course, Napoleon's
nephew, and consequently,. the nephe w jf
Joseph Honaparte, who at present resvles
in New Jersey, and who has been, . lif
erent periods, King of Naples and King
of Spain. It is matter worfhy of okservar
tion, how calmly these royal persons
move on through life in the boson of our
Republic ; and it is a proud proof presen
" A true copy from" the irerord : '
. (Signed) VAKDRY M'REE, c. c."
And which said stands rd lis Irrfllrorl
acsordingly but without tbe consent of the
'fa Utter, dated Ri Janeiro, Feb. 21.
" VVe have in town tha Kmo-nf th
Sindwich Islands; on his way to England,
and, as is aaid. thence to the tIniiH
States. He is accompanied br his Ouren.
and a suit of ten person." -
To nil whom it mav roncoru !
1HMT the year 1786, (.en.'rhitherfi.rJ, ihrii
a citirn nf How in county, ind a invmbcr
of the Ixg-i.lnt'irc i ilit time Irom laid nmnty,
in ordrr to accommodate hiiconnlrtuenta, brought
on from the Secretary', oflice a great num
ber of Stun- Cratu; of which a number yet re
main on hand, hating never been called for or
taken up. Thouc concerned, will call at the
office of the We.tr ro Carolinian, in Sal'iabory,
where the tit In arc now deposited t and by pay
ing the fee due tlierron, may take poaaeation.
tne fract pan'ed to William Alliton, for 233
srm, frmg on Ijmbrrth's creek j
One do. achariah Adama, 48 j seres, joinint;
Itioriiu Jone, tViltiam nobcrta, &c.
One Jo. William Andcrjoo, 200 do. lying on
iiuminjr crees j
tne do. John Allen. 30 do. ly nr on Cub
One do. VTilliam Drown. 100 do. Ivintr
Duck and Tliirtl cr ekij
wnf ui. .-sicnoi tit-aver, iirj iio. lyinsr on
r. I I a . JO
i-oiu r, aier crets ;
tnic .lo. Peter Dcim, 280 do. lying on Hunt.
ing crera ;
One do. Jo!m Itnlcr, 105 do. lying on couth
ide Y.dkin river ;
One do. Andrew Cochran, 198 do. lying on
Mincrcca, water ol com watrrj
One .do. (Jeorge Davidson, l6l do, lying on
Davidson', creek :
One do. Jacob Dice, 695 do. lying on Abbott'.
One do. Robert Harkncas, 192 do. lyinr on
t.. - L t la .- . O
iu'.a rreca ana l l-.ll i
One do. Jonathan Jones. 500 do. Ivincr
Do. do. 3J0 !o. lying on do.
One do. Fam-iel 1 .owrj', ItC il ,, lying
Hi tiling creek t
One do. David Ixjan, 175 Uo. lying on Er
win' creek ,
One do. Samuel Mt'ollum, 100 dt. hing on
Uunuag-cistek'f-i-'.'' ixi. - ' ' '
One do. Richard Muore, 140 do. lying on both
title Yadkin river)
One do. William U'Duni-l, 92 do. lying oa
carter i.reex ;
One do. Hciru of William Newner. 200 do
lying on the water of . Dutchman' creek i
One do. Michael Fitter, 640 do. lyinir on tin
water ol 'Lick creek :
One do. Richard Parker. 150 do. Ivinir
Rocky croek i
One do. Jame Russell, 260 do. Ivinjr on both
sides ElhV creek f - - - -
One do. jRmes Smith, 200 do. lying on the
north ide Yadkin river ;
One do. John Scott, 160J do. joining Abram
One do. William Smith, 50 do. lying on the
waten of Third creek i
One do. John Summers, 400 do. lying on fourth
it fifth rr.1t. .
IH AYE declined acting u t partner with Jobs
Murphy, in tha mercantile butinrtt In Con
cord, with hiarortaent, and have rr.inrnji.hfd all
claim lo any nart or nortion of the cmfiti of
the concern of Murphy k Motion. VH
iVew fttore, Concord.
'I HE aubarribcr haa formed a Copartorrth'p
I with Vaill.im llrown, in tbe mereanlilii
husineaa, a Concord, Ci'iami county, North
Carolina, under the firm of Murphy U Jl'-rwn
whert they are o(cnig a firth atwwuucnl of
Dry Gsodtf Cutlery and IIarthvaret
Ims-mI with much ara, U ItnladclpUla and
New.York.and bought on the be term. TVy
dr.ign to continue the buwora. at OmcH fur
wwne ytartj ami aa Mr. Murphy will ,it tlio
northern citic. annually, to procure wpplit-k,
their astortment will le general . trwl tin he
Iikmh-iI of at fair price for cash, or on cw.L,
lo pnnrtiiJ ctiktixner. Th-ir friend, and the
public jenrrllv, are r.jwctfully invittd to call,
rxamine (u!u.c, I tar pricea, and Jud(re for
ibematlve. JOHN MlltfHY.
Ha aim, kt hi. .fore in MaLnirr, I larrw
neorti,.ent of C.)(JI)S, to uit cilifen, town and
rooi.try people i U be JiijioKil of unuauallylo,
for caih, or i juntry prnduce.
i ND commuted k die jail in afi.burr, oil
i t tiic . l lif t . a n -gt ucfi, who aay bi name
i JIM. and that he waa nuvd in CImpwm coun
ty, in tlii State, about 1 1 mile from Edenton, by
Mr. Ijimb Creaty, flora thorn he wai bought by
a negro trader by the name of Wm. Moore, waa.
taken on uth, and in Darlington di.trict ran
a ay. He ty he i about 40 year. oM, I very
Hack, about 5 feet 6 inchti high, and will wri;1i
ImxU ltO. Tha owner u deairrd to prove prop,
erty, pay charges and take the nenroout of jtul.
KAMI EL JOXES, iUnff.
fflfE nj()criler beiri leave to return hit
X grateful acknowli-dgmt-nta to hi friends
and the public, for the very liberal patronage ho
ha received in hi line o holiness ; and inform
them, that he ha procured a number of ork
men from Philadelphia and Newark, which
enable him to finish work in a style rarely een
in the we. em part of the kate. He alio hat
a continual supply of materiala, of the bc.t qual
ity and mod tmliii rutili- puttrmt. He intends
keepinif constantly on hsiuL at reduced pricet
for cash only, Sulkies, giirk and I'annrl iS'.gs,
Charioteer, Coachcci, landaus, Phxtons, lla
rouches, laiMkuleU, Csravau and Mail Stages,
oi' a Fuperior constroction. Repairs done at tha
shortest notice, and in the be it manner. Ordcrt
from a distance thankfully received, and punc
tually attended to. J. ti. UOItMK.
Charlvlte,M,irr 1, 1824. 96
rTWE nib ribcr offer his services to the pub
X lie in the above line, and flatters himx lf,
from Ionic expirirnce and .nrnly anolkstion lor
a numoer ol yeai-a, in f.unipc and America, to
Reedy creek :
tine do. Abraham Welty, 77 do. lying on
te4 My the-world f-the 0tgnity-n4 al- On i dowW Wiliams,300 dor Ij-inr-tm
uc oi American cmzensnip. j'i ncrc
that man attains the true standrd of his
nature; where Kings and Princes, dives
ted of the artificial circumtances by
wnrcn tney were surrounded: find their
proper level ; and where the imnciial Al
exander, of Russia, separa d from the
pomp, and glare, and authority, of men-
l .. ... ' :
-rtn, wouia nnd himself fstimatcd ac
cording to instrinsic worth )f his person
al faculties, and placed upot a par with an
State of North-Carolina,
C A R A RHUS COUNT!.
COURT of Plea and Quarter Sessions, April
Term, 1824: Caleb P. Alexander.
James Pickens; oritrinal attachme nt. 11 iA am
lands, &c. It apnearina- to the court thai fh-.
defendant in this case is not an inh.h
this state, it is therefore ordered, th.r nnhlln..
tion be. made three month in the Wetter' Cur.
ttiman, giving Notice to sattl d fcmlunt tw aonear
. 1 a I. - A M i .f til m
i. ut.uc.i vomx w.'jeaa ana Huarier Session
to pe hcia for said county, at the court-house in
Concord, on the, third Monday of July next, tp
replevy, plead, or demur, otherwise Judgment
final will be entered atrainst him. and execution
Test : DAMEb COLEMAN, c. c.
Price adv. g4. , v itl.
Kive itcneral latisactiou taJliuw wlia ni Kn
hlro Vitb' their work.
Carriages of all descrintiona. Pannel'd ami
Stick Ci, Sulkey s, ic. made and reoaired on
.VoA'iiry, April 26, 182. 204
N. B. Carriages, of all description, bought
and .old, on commisaion.
P. S. A journeyman Wkntcd at the above bu
sine, to whom good wiitfe will he (fiven. He
will be employed on wood-work, altogether.
W1IJ. be told, on Thursday of next Rowan
county court, at the court-hoii in ul;.
bury, a liktly mulatto irirl. alout 17 nr ih ...
of age i also, a variety of medicine and .hop
furniture, a doubJc-bam-l'd gun, and the car
riage part of a litrht wairon : all belonr-inir to
the estate of Doctor 1 hoi. R. Kiiflin. lUrM A
credit until the first dav of January nail, tvill
he given on aTTium aboveTotfrdoliars i all"
urn under that amount, caul, Bond and imnrl
Security will be required.
JOHN J. S
1pm 28, 1824.
TCAVE a note of hand to llieram Harbeson,
one HmV after data, fitr ri... k. I ..l p
- , . l i'iiiuicu inuiON
tyJ5ne dollars, duted about the 2.1 Rn,..mi..
cj,"ii . I "'uvi
.witnessed by Avery Grant, wh eh
llieram Harbison left intlie hands of Jas. Ash
wh ...endprscd the. notcjo Ehap Sinoyer: Jhad'
paid Smoyer fifty -eiglit dollar, which was cred
rte.1 on .yd nok-.toffie'irme iff June, 1823 , since ""
UitMJitye betatrarmsWal .fey. Mrn Harbe
son ."creditors, and paid tbcTfiiH amount of tho "
balance of the said, note, byVirtue of the gtrv
ntshce. 1 have been informed some nrnnn ia
trying to sell, this note : the Dublic is. tlier..fnra.
cautioned; npt to purchaie sai(f'note a it hat
been paxl. NICHOLAS WYCOFF.
JAnwn ctunty, J, . C. April 24, 1824. 3i;'6
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