Tin: Ml' hi..
r ta wisrsaa ! wieu.
ftir, Mr. I Ua v
You'd IH e p'Kt UttW
Ofbot wisdom and good r!ur, ,
In torn aly corner of y our pp'.
I WOTldef hf you adltor
Vnita ill Bukinr such bull
About tb Presidential Jaeke - -
- - JUd fitl tha aaUoa Uh your racket f
On U for lm, f CUf,
Jackaon'a tha BeJB auaiber bellow,
, , AbJ thn cry, Cb&o-ib's b fallow.
Tow of tlx quill tfta tha aoiae,
Ami wkt up all tba country boyi
A! thee wt havt k, whip and tracks cm.
Coma, here' lh Jacket, which aha", wear it f
Ctajr, Jickw,CriHpboira, youl tea it
Wbkh will tba garment ait Uu bt oo r
Abf that Indeed, and thai lh a,ueuW
Nov let me ak you editor,
What food d'ye 'apo" eUmo,do''
Will you Bra grander, dreia the aicer,
B richer, or eat whit tba w'wer t
Hare better bread, or ebeeae, of cider,
0 even get ooa mora wbacriber f
From all jour paper it appear
You've aet the natioa by the eart
AH are alive, and nothing's doing
Hut running, planning, crossing, wWij.
Now dinner, toaata, and much parade,
And caiicuar in midnight lide.
And wicked plans, that ne'er were kid.
And hope, which iU at length be kiDL
And promise, (not aoon folfill'd)
iiiicrHiiIe Wk of nun and maid, -
And patriot folk of ev'ry (fmle, .
From him tliat wont, to him that ean be paid.
Our eongrese too, wt here maj note.
And legislature are afloat i
lome to their friends are piper sendinj,
And eoeae the constitution mending
And on thi ihrct err illy bent.
They quite forget with what intent.
And on what business they were sent.
And bawl about the pmidtnt.
IH pull a bunch of buds snd (lower,
And tii a ribbon round them.
If you'll but think in your lonely hour.
Of the tweet little girl that bound them.
rfl cut the earliest that put forth,
And those that hurt the longert j
And the bui, that boatta the fairest birth.
Shall clinf to the atera that' strongest.
Vrt run about the garden walk.
And searched among the dew, air;
Three frajrmnt flower, tbete tender atalka,
ISe plucked them aD fur you, lir.
go here' your bunch of buda ami flower,
And here" tt j? r.bhon round them
And here, to cheer your aadden'd hour,
la the eet little girl that bound them.
A SHOTIT IMPKOMP I U . JOILY Lonj.
M hen a mar haamia'd in the caucu throng,
And baa bet. n a conspirator, John, Itnf,
r hard, ahether 'hey be right or wrong,
To ahun tht r influence, John, fcnei
Though contiuent ing another aonjr.
Than warble ymir ca-icu noti-a, John, I nf
Let your voice be heard both loud and trong.
Since you dont represent them, you know,
John, hnr. -
taoM Tai raitAiMU wTtoii basittb.
T the LaLti en behalf tf .Vewfiapet.
Thi folio of four pagrs, happy work !
"Which not e'en ciitiw criticie; that hold
Jnqitimtire attention, wr.ikr I read,
Fat bound in chinaof adencv. which the fair,
Though eloquent themselves, yet fear -o break.
xm Ti, a. 4.
A" y Gulf gi-dy obaervtd-1 me, Usi
Fiiday evening, that, when she omit
lecTto read thi' daily paper ; she "felt
as if she had lost just r much knowl
edge', and hsd been deprived of an op
rfunlrrof -know tng-w hat-w a- going
on round her. This remark arrested
my attention, and led me to reflect on
the great advantajra which lie open to
the female, as well as the male sex, in
the columns of a-newspaper j and es
pecially in such of them as present, Sr
aides the primary matter of intelH
geoce, literary information. Many
ladies; I know, are constantly reading
univertara practice witn toem as w is
with us-and should be t;lad -that every
ini?s with the estimable lady above'
mentioned, "when she allows a day to
pass without reading the paper.
advan uges of such recreation,
I should supp$e, would presf tit'thtm
aevei to .every! mind after little Jt
flc : tv.i. j hut,, : a.-sorue of my fair rea
ders may'thuik more cavalierly of me,
trt lie more
ana oi counc, .7,, M
dcrotcd lo their lotereiu, if I Jhould
UU the trouble) to mention iwt
will ahow mvuir ready on -
1 ! rllltf 111 ml
to tb full tuenl of my bumble pow-
funrr occaiiun, w it'-"- -
Aed fin., Udiei, vou would tcquirc
bf uorform ferunl of newipiP"
lI lj.. t tmUmt la eoinar on 10 tn
1.1 Without Int maxr wiw 6
.nlo wahkU of" every dr rPort.
you art !gtsornt o(the ttre trantpi
red or Ung througKout the buay
lob. Md thua debar younelTCi from
IV- tkirh alwavt aritee front
Mil F " . , ,
Uiri.t in arreat. and ad acquaio
fe,UH trivial matiem. I fear there
mrm manv reader, even among profc
ed paper reidera, who, like their own
ikimmtr.g-Iadiei, uat oh wis nt.u.
" Ilouaea to aahea, and the Wl of atocka,
Dirtha. deaiba, and aaarriagta"
l.e the crv eiieoce and marrow
untouched. Maojr Udiea there are-
are I bluah to ear many men too
who anow not tnt origin, or prt
eondhioo cf the feudi in Greece ia
Spain Francr j who koow not what
the lloiy Alliance ia, or wmi
object, and leaat (! lotre equally
well with the auinoroi a. nwip
WeD, 1 an txprcnion that ia oot hack
neyed,) Uly, I yi ' Jgnorai ol
the lot amy, oeaijn, or iuviuns
the CheaaneA and Delaware caaal
Sure they might know that Yiaplaa
ant through the Iwpholca to retreat to
peep, 8tc. Now, I do oot like to aee
Udiea too much intcrtated in all pub
lic concern!. I would oot encourage
a band of American ladiea to inue
out again! the Turka or even aupply
the Greciao fleet with cablee twiated
from their owo fair treise 1 ahould
call a ladr a bore ( pardon the ue 0
this ungainly word, but it ia better
than bat buux) 11 ane aeciaimea on mi
policy of acknowledging the independ
ence of Southern America, or Hayii
er searched into the principles of the
aforesaid alliance, and weighed them
in bcr political scales, or even read the
discussion on the tan 11 all these are
rtirrmri which m'ttrht as well be
aoideC. un me prciucium yu?
..I !J .! .1
tion, if a lady will moderately favor
Mr. Adams, I should not be diagua
ted, but I should be sorry to c trh any
one reading political discussions on
the general subjet t. Bat 1 grow gar
rulous aid am digressing.
Secondly." General know ledge, such
as it circulated by' "the herald of a
noisy world ews from all nations
lumb'ring at his back," to wit, the
!-. ...... xnna fi 1 r at f 1 rt
newspaper, g.ve ; -
Inr In rnmiunv. For ljQICS Who Call -
not converse on the general topics of
the day through ignonnce of them,
naveto endure a weight of cor fusion
and labor in sustaining a conversation,
which may be calcuhttd, perhaps, to
be, in comparison wiih those who are
in some measure stocked, s twenty
to one. It is not the easiest thing in
the world for a gentleman, who is in
the habit f finding his fcllow-men-citizma
versed in the poputar topics,
to lurnish matter for his Me 0 trfe
with ladies who know nothing of them.
The lady is consequently at a stand
the man is out of his forte ; and if he
should not have remarked the weather,
or visited lately, the theatre or church
these incahaustible themes to inter
1 K wwwwi-- I W - --
dicted, how dreadful the situation of
the unfortunate couple! Ihen comes
the long silencethe stupid look the
racking memory, and at last the sud
den and sheepish departure after an
half hour's silence. Who would not
rather read a volume of papers than be
once put to this stand? When the
bre, mention of La Fayette Prince
Hohenlo Canton Supercargo, &c. &c.
would introduce and maintain a lively
talk So that justice 10 yourselves
and to those gentlemen who have not
conversation at such great odds, calls
loudly that you should always come
into company well infurmed, on the
passing events of the. day.
But the m ist important, and I hope
the most influencial motive, I have re
served to.be mentioned last it is-
that the papers which give attention to
literary matters are calculated, to keep
4in A-tst for vour iormer slutlieaexi.
cite in you a ereat relish for beiks-ei
tr-PA. and are a constant source of
in my vTeriSf ihi stibj
I am -amewhat singular
ect. I have
no objection to, but I am not super-
abundantly delighted with femmes ta
vanten, , There- run be sucn beings as
too ivise lerhales j though over wise
men are impossibilities. A thorough
acquaintance with history a. knowl
edge of general literature; juat enough
to premt lcnorincekcn any moderate
lul.jcct, without brinff deeply imbued
ia all its varieties, skill in the 1'rcoch
and. English Ungtagea alone, ana at
many ornime nll accpmpliahmentt at
she may choose P learn, would coo-
stitute ft aullidcruy learoeu ciup
beyond thta, tlitiea are- too masculine
and will comfiuiicaif m miv.
to the roind aid deportments. -
Underttand me men, taoiea, u yyu
please, to ane, that gazettes, partly
liirrarv are calculated to impart ample
knowledge general :abatrue-iub.
Seett YtO ahould inow tor maiaon
the meamoj "- r
tal lubjec lor your jokes, and menu
the itinff of your ridicule 1 lad may
k... .hiame of Dr. Gall, to pun with,
" - - t. .
or adiiittenicst to your sarcasm out
do bo advance beyond tint oever
feel a.kull or examine Dumps your
...n.3',im mieht fall an easy prey to
ao ro( tntic a tcience, and once eovclo-
to iom it it addressed, and not an ex-
haujt',.o of reasoot lor tneir rompii
anoj'mducet me now to conclude. Be
....,rt that everv part of the paper
. .k nroteeted columns which
Circa " - r
direct os where we may obtaia
- nt for the cheek
And lile for Ite brow, of frdd age,
Tetrtk for the Will, ringlet for the baW,
K,ri.i4ou caaatcea. OlrmpiaJt de a,
Sermon and 7 feaaU, ad fcronta air -
it productit of benefits to all tortt of
readert. I am serious, my esteemea
inentla, W r.commru.u, ,y-
regular perisal of some public prim,
. I . .. a n ..Ail tn- I
ia fetommrnding to you tnt
alib ugh 1 nave occomc aoiui-nu -little
by the sober voice of evidence,
from the thtught that I waa address
ing you. Dr'pite rot then the gazette
at too hullr, too homely, or too
common a lotrte ol instruction. In
itt diverttfied contents you will find a
better adaptation to your mental neces
sities, than in all the not el, poems,
magaaioea aal revie wa in the world.
We are gbl to find in the celebra
ted work of a great metaphysician, M.
de Gcraiiv, whose Hittory Philo
toMu isnow re-printing at Pans, such
sentitmnts as the following j which are
aot always cipected from writers pn
the dangerout tcience of Ontology.
11 1'be guapelcxpUined to ua the deep
mystery of r nature and destiny,
nd revealed to us tne transitory cnar
f fc ,jf A lhcMl.
I -tltr w " ,
mitv and orein.of our future propects
h gave to us a perfect code d moral,
which samtinea all the social ties,
punfiit the neural affections, console
and supports us in adversity, rewards
us for every sacrifice, and inspires the
most complete and generous forgetful
ness of sea'. It breathes into the
heart of each individual, and into the
common frame of society, the new liv
ing principle of love to God and man.
Distracted with agonising doubts, and
crushed to the earth with a load of
sorrows, the human race received with
transport the revelation of this divine
doctrine, which satisfied all their wish
es, removed all uncertainties, and
opened to the virtuous and the wretch
ed the most encouraging prospects.
Such a system carried, as it were,
in its effects internal evidence of its
heavenly origin. Here was also this
dstinct and peculiar blessing in the
christian dispensation, that it was not
at ideal dispensation, that it was not an
exclusive gift confined in its distri
bution toa select few, but addressed
klf freely autLequally to alL. h its
nure, .it waa a common preyilegejta
larve and genVraraalthTarni It even
looked with a sort of partiality upon
the froor and the humble, took by the
abandoned, visited the most obscure
dwellings and caressed little children
with peculiar fondnest."
SPLENDID CHURCH.. -The
Montreal papers state that pre
parations ire making to erect a mag
nificent Roman Catholic Cathedral,
aii'y ecclesiastical edifice on the conti
nent of North America. It will be
best models exuntf and w ill hold ten
thousand worshippers, and cost four
hundred thousand dollars. Its length
is to be 253 feet breadth 132, with
two towers in front, each 200 feet in
height, and it is to have. seven altars,
the high altar at the east, behind which
it to be a great window 32 feet by 46.
ped f thi buck art yoo may go on u.
(ilyei will credit fith thowertf I mutt
alsofcnouoce an? tuchtningaa female
VVit-r partirt. A wish ' to render
thiaLocosallikely to be read by those
TTnn fimlLot. in Charlotte.
I .Id M In t.a to-aof 'Zh
r. Apply " if
mUR kiUf beg, have to return fc
1 grateful Waw U '
and tba 6iitle, Krr ina err 1 , . j -ha.
receded h hi. hn. U Unc-1
them, that ha ha. proewrea a nuoiu . , .
ia tba we-era part of the atata. ,
t eominuai mnVi - , . - .
ity and mow farf.kmawa patunw.
keeping eonetantlv oa hand, at reduced pre
Charioteaa, Coacbe.a, Landau J
l ...I.,,Uil f'krairana. and Mail Btage,
of a auperlor eonrtructkm. llrpa-r. don. at the
rf.orteat notice, and In tba beat nr-
horn a dietane. thanklUHy received, and pun.
THE aubacribar oflrra ataaervicea u
lia In the above Bne. and (lalter hiniaclf,
from long experience ana ateaay appoc...
number of year, in t-urope "'"""7 -riet
frneral aalirfaetion to the wbo soay fcvor
aim wiin tneir wwi. . ,
Carriagea of all deBCriptwna, rannei a mm,
e . ' 1. a,.TV. nuii ana ttpbuwu vn
rewaonabk term. ..nn.
N. R. Carriages of aU deacnpt.oro, bought
P. S. A jooroeyman wanted at the abort bu-
1- k. ,! trri will be tnren. He
Btiicwasa m v huih 9) ' " .
will be empliyed on wood-aork, altogether.
MLISBURT, X0NTII C.1R01.LY.I, BT
EI) WARD YARBHOlClli
-a a r tin rarwetfullr inform the pub-
f ? Cc, and hi friends that he ha
'''I I taken the eilenaire and elegant eatab-
Itiirupnt. BUTtlftltMl ml 111. ipptui
(hfelv pU4 by Mr. Jame.
rhe mnnl(nee t)it ,,,utloi f.r
x.. ...... :. m nv t the claee. The
It r..,.M jinlifiaina nil mber of nnrate room, we;
calculated f.r the Bccommo.la'ion of Traveller
...a UmmLm . tK Htablra are eniiL if nm w
penor, to anv in the place, awl aiirnaru to uj
IliW ill "-- I I A t
obliirinr ami atttnuve Howler ; in tao;e aim
bar, will be aupplied wUh the bet tn n.rri
.nnR., ..ut the rrndation of hit llotiie, aich
a he hope will gie entire aatiafaction to thoae
. u m.v th'mk nmnrr to call on him 1 and he
aaaurea 'them, that no pa'1 ,'n be lri J ,0
render their tav eomforUble and picawng.
iuuur. li in2a. 95
THE atiheriler renpectfully informa b
friend nd the ptiblic generafly, that he ha
juM received the lateat faahiona from London, by
way of Phila lelphia. Gentlemen ia thia tocini
tv, and the adiace nt couhtry, wiahing faahiona.
ble cfothei made, eart now be accommwiaicu u7
the aubvriher on a abort notice- AU order
from a dirtance, for making any kind of geathv
jnen's garment, wilt be punctually and expedi
tioti.lv executed, and forwarded according to
direction. Gentk-men are invited to give the
ubacriher'a ah op a fair trial i they will then be
better able to judge whether be deaerve their
patronage or not.
V THOMAS V. CANON.
Snhtbiay. Jfiri'l 19, 1834. W.
To all whom it may concern !
VBOUT the year 1786, Gen. Rutherford, then
a citizen of Rowan roiintv, and a member
of the Legialattire at that time from aaid rmintr,
in ordertoaccommodate hieonnituenta, brought
on from the Secretary office a great num.
ber of Slate Grant; of bich a number yet re
main on hand, having never been called for or
taken up. 11oe concerned, will call at the
office of the Wcitcm Carolinian, in Saliabury,
where the title are now deposited t and by pay
ing the fee due thereon, may take poaewuon.
One Tract granted to William Alliaon, for2o2
acre, King on Lamboth'i creek s
One do. Zachariah Adams 48 acre, joining
Thomas Jonea, William Robert, kc.
One do. William Anderson, 'M do. 1) ing on
Hunting creek j ' .
One do. John Allen, 30 do. lying on Cub
One do. WUliam Brown, 400 do. lying on
Duck and Third creek i
One do. Peter Beam, 280 do. lying on Hunt.
ing creek j
One do. John Bussley, 106 do. lying on south
tide Yadkin river ;
- One do. Andrew Cochran, 198 do. lying on
Mill creek, water of cold water
One do. George Davidson, 146 J do. lying on
Davidson's creek t
One do. Jacob Dice, 69J do. lying on Abbott
creek ; ,
One do, Robert Harkneat, 292 do. lying on
Duck creek and 1 El",
One do. Jonathan Jonea, 500 do., lying on
.Cabin Cr eek -i "
Do. do. 320 do. Kin on do.
One do. Samuel Lowry, 263 do. lying on
Huntinr creek i
Oie do. David Logan, 173 do. lying on Er-
win creek i
One do. Samuel M'Cellum, 400 da. lying on
One do. Richard Moore, 140 do. lying on both
tide Yadkin river;
One do. William M'Daniel, 82 do. lying oa
Carter Creek i ,
One do. Heira of William Newner, 200" do.
lying on the watera of Dutchman'a creek
One do. Michel Fitter, 640 do. lying on tlie
water of Lick creek t
One do. , Richard Parker, 150 do. lying on
;Rofc.kcreek- i .'-
One do. Jiiea1lnmil,"6.1yth(r;b
ide Ellis' creek i
One .do. Jame Smith, 200 do. lying oa the
noetic 4kdiAQ lJtt&4j j;3,
One do. John Scott, 160J do. jommgHbram
Erwin i . " "
One do. William Smith, 50 do. lying on the
waters of Third creek v
One do. John Summers, 400 do. lying on fourth
and fifth creels ;
One do. Edward Williams, 300 do. lying on
Reedy creek j
One do. Abraham. Welty, 77 do. , lying an'
Bear creek. '03
UMTKU bTA'I'I'.H' LAWB.
ted to penona ditabkd, and to tba w'uW
and orphan of U.om bo hT been alain, or
who barf died Jn onequenca of wouml. or
caaualtiea, received abil la the ltn of t)ie;,
duty, oa board U private armed abip of tlia
fnltcd Itatea, during tha lata war.
t IT tSKCTl0tikt8maiai,JirHtf
JtrfrttsnluUrrl Mtf Uuitrd Si alt tf
.imrricm in Ctmgmi awH That tb pea.
aiona of aO peraona, wbo now ara In U rteipt
thereof, aadcr tb protUkm of the following
laws of tba United Stale, or either of them, to
wit 1 an act paaaed March Mirth, ona thouaaivl
tight bundred sd fourtewn, euliUVl "Aaact
giving pcaaione to tba orphana and wUtw, of
peraona Uin la tba puLlie or privaU anaed vr.
tcU of the United Bute 1" and an act paJ
April alteenth, ona tbouaand eight hundred
Bad eighteen, antiUad At aet la aldition to as
act giving peaalona to tha orphans sad allow
of prreons alaia la tha publi or private armed
vcaaela of tna uaiuu diwc - ao w aa rrriM
perann receiving peaaioo from tha fund art.
ting from tha captures and aaivage, anade by
tha private armed veela of tha tnitcd Btatea,
be, and tba aataa are hereby, continued, aadcr
tha reatrictiui. and regulation In the hud act,
contained, for and during tha additional term of
fiv year, from and after tha period of the ei.
piratioa of tha laid penaiona, rtapecUvety t Pr.
tfdeU, Arwevee, 1 bat tba taid penaion ah ill
alon be paid from tha proceeds of the priva
teer pension fund, ao called, and without re.
court to tli United Btatea for any deficiency,
(tbouU euch occur,; wuica may nereaiter rwo
thercoai Md fwWirrfartAe That no pea.
ion ahall be paid to any such widow after Iter
intermarriage, nor to any orpnaa (tuiurtn af
auch officer, aeamea, or marinca, after they UU
bare attained tba aga of aiiteea year.
Speaker of the lloue of Hepreaetrtatirea.
DANIEL 1). TOMPKINS,
Vice Prcaidcat of the U. fttate and
Freaidant of the Senate.
AN ACT eonBrmlne, certain acta of James Mil
ler, aa Governor of the Territory of Arkanau,
and for other purpose.
BE IT ENACTED 5 IV Smate and Ihun tf
Krprnemlativet tf the United iUuJet tf.imtf
Ua in Ctngrr mufmbleJ, That the official act
and proceeding of Jamea Miller, aa Governor
of the Territory of Arkarsat, from the third day
of March, A. D. ona thousand eight hundred
and twenty .1 to the third day of January, A.
D.one thoik. J eigh' hundred anJ twenty 4hree,
be, nd the aame are hereny, ticciarea to hat
the aame ralulity, force, and effect, as if the aiid
Jjme Miller bad been duly appointed anil com.
mi-ionad, aw aad durinjr -thcaaid term, by.ths .
President of the United State, aa Governor rt
the Territory of Arkanau i and he is hereby u
thoriied to have and receive tlie aaroe aaUry,
Cy and emolument, u he would by law tuva
ea entitled, during tha aame period, to re
eeive, if be had been so appointed and commi
(ioncd a aforesaid.
Approved i n iWetra,tpn'; 9, 1824.
AN ACT to change the term of the Circuit sad
District Courts of the United States in the
State of Ohio, wnd wae of tha Verm of th
Circuit Court in Kentucky.
BE IT ENACTED Ay the Senat and Jttmw tf
Brprtttntativtt tf the Untied Statn tf
America in Ctngrttt attemhltd. That the Circuit
Court of tlie United Slates, within and for tl
district of Ohio, invtead of the time now fixed
by law, ahall be held on the second Monday of
jidy neat i and thereafter on tlie first Monday
in January and June, in each year ; ajjd the Dis
trict Court of the United Btatea, in and fur id
district shall hereafter be held on the MowUu
nett ucceeding the time herein fixed for hold
ing the Circuit Court.
Sec. 2. Jnd be it further enacted. That tlie
next Fall term of the Circuit Court of the Uni
ted State for the District of Kentucky, be com
menced and held on the second Monday in Oc
tober ntit, in lieu of the first Mondav jn No
vember; Prtxided, That thia act ahall not b
construed to extend to, or embrace, any other
or future term of the said Circuit Court, than
the next November term, a aforesaid.
Sec. 3. Md be it further enacted. That all re
cognizance, process suits, and proceedings, of
every kind, whether of a civil or criminal nsturf,
commenced or pending in either of said courn,
shall be returned to, proceeded in, and deter
mined at, tlie term herein provided fur, in tlie
same manner a if the time of holding
Court bad not been clianged.
Approved ; If 'athinptn, Jfnil 22, 1324.
Land and Negroes, for Sale.
fllHE KibscriHer, wishing to cttle hi buai
J nest, offer for alc, on moderate terms,
tract of land adjoininr the town of S1ibury,
containing by survey, 69 J acres j part of which
land is covered with' fine timber, and about fmir
teen acre of excellent meadow ground ( the
balance is cleared and under cultivation. AK
another tract, lying about three and a hall mile
rrom-fia'HsburyVwefl timbered with pirieWW
and lica convenient to "the mill of Peter Bar
ringer, Daniel Verble, and Jacob Fisher.
Also, a negro boy, about eight year of ag.
and hi aister about six t an excellent new wg-
orand harness for 4 hoTerrertl-
on, which baa been aomewhat used. A ,un"i
description of the above property I deetnM
unnecessary, those wishing to purchase, m
call at any time and judge for themselves. .;'
For term, apply to the aubscriber in Sal
bury. JOHN BEARD, .en.
AViffry, Jlfay 121824. 6ifl0
- N. B. Part of the above 69 acre sre in Town
Lota. .. : - .
COURT of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 7W
Term, 1824 : James Irwtn v$. John MUiw
original attachment, levied on two tracts ofl1'-it'appeannl-rrTOre
live mil of this Stale; ' it i therefore ordewh
that puhlication he made for three month In tr
Western Carolinian, that the defendant apP"
at the next county court to be held for the con
ty of Wilkes, at the court-house in Wilkoso'r.:
on the first Monday in August next, and reprc
and plead to issue, or judgment will be errier
against him for plant m' demand. it 1
TeSt; K. MAUllN, c '