T ir a
8ALISMJI1Y. K.C. TlJII)AVfBWTK3inKU IB31.
Um HtUlilSIMII Vfti',
JJf VlllW WJIiTK;
'TuTpftr (itaft at th ft
Sf Ut W. " HI1VB1 if?
A j - - mitt La I . . j .. iAm mm.
Mu a.a nWfrtl M.
AJ HUr ad.ir4 to lU R&tof, ot M
ptt t'ii uxy w m m www, w
)rr M Ihe CAUCUH.
Mr. 11 oUerted. thai lb reS
lotions proposed to l irucl wr astov
tor ofeoogrm not ! f Wiio eaucas at
WssMngton, for tha purpoae of nam!
aatlnj candidal (or the pmiuWy.
At to go Into tatim with cld
be i iw for It. Bui it to U elr holding
meeting for ibt pKpo) of dtrmln
injr, which of h candidates no before
lb publk, it U1 1 bctllo unite 1a sop
porting, he could see no objecm te U
but hi did not believa Ihi Centra) At
Mmblf bad tpf thing to do with It. Wi
came btrt, said be. lo legUUta for lb
slats, snd not to loitruct our members of
congress as to their duly. ThtycrtUtd
their power from th wmi source whlrn
fii u our, snd we reaii ill occount 19
our totifiiii for oor eooduct. II
was willing tomord hit vote sgvinat bv
l$tftAtf with obit did not belong it U.
fcentlemen.aald be, talk about Repub
licanism, He bid la 1 been Repub
lican! nor had hi iter tack olidrd. and
be hoped bo never should 10 thi day ol
bit death !
Mr. Flthrt said. It wjs whh unfeigned
rtliKtinco hi ro to address the house
Ktond lime on thli subjert. When b
opened tbil debate, be had eaplkWe t'a
ted. thit bit remarks ihould be confined
o (ho lubjcct of caucus, but tht if other
gentlemen tbda lo enlarge the limits of
ditf unbo, ind bring In the pre idoiii
tjueition, br, for one Hli. k to meet
ihem. The r done o, nd he felt binmll
bound 3 redeem bli pledge. j
Before I idnnte to the preiiilrntlil;
(juenion, fciid Mr. F. I oiuii beto 1 few
mort pitting remirk on bat bit Mien '
from Kime of the gentlemen who bie hi
IavmI tarn in the- Achate. In the courtc
of mnm KM.Ulll rm At I had reiolced at
the ifcBrn of prtTi mt thttine tettno
a a 1 a
bid come hcn ne cnuia meet ana ooia
fondle iatereourM without t be embitter
ed recolleciioni of part? nncor and r(re 1
but ben, 10 ib Unguee oi ir. Jrner-
. it li:. .11 r. j...
ion 1 we ire an repuuu.an u
1it. To thee exprcaioni of mine, the
from Beauinrt. (Mr. BImcIl-
Wdpe) derlirei bli dinent, and with a
doleful facet limenti that the element 01
tocietf ire no longer lhed into it iff by
parte violence. Mr. Bltfktrdgt htre it
tUtr4 kimtrlf mhundrrtfocd, mnd jrerr if -
tr rxfi'anativni.) Mr. F. iid, he would not
attribute iuth roouea t the genucron
frooi Beaufort. but there were meni whose
importance jnjoieljr. jnij.'l'f depei.da on
Ilia e licence of fiction : n prt men,
thejr hire iome chance of gettirtR forarl,
but on the acore of pertonal merit, they
have no hopen These are the iort of
men, that were lorry to iee peace ami
brmon rettored to the bosom of wclet?
tbeie are the men, when prtf is down,
who may exclaim, "Othello's ocrupa
tion'i gone.!: For rny part, .1''
my buroblo merits are not lufficient, to
Rain me the confidenco of the people( let
me dwell in obtcurity forertr. .
The gentleman from Caswell (Mr.
Brewn) seemi to be in a terrible rage
tgainit Felix Grundy, and against the
State of Tenncsiee. No one on this
tide of the question had even mention
ed the name of Mr. Grundy j but it
appears, that gentleman had brought
before the Tennessee Legislature,' Re
olutloni" disapproving-- Caucus,- and
thit w mh.-it harl awakened the ancrer
mw-m-mm w j
of the gentleman. Mr. Grundy, no
doubt, would feel extremely mortified,
if he knew the very humble opinion en
tenainedof him by the geutlcmaafrQin
Caswrll. fl,ir Trnnesaee. it SDDears.
. -M r --.11 '
nat also incurred bis cecsures. Ac
cording to htm, he is a facttfhis State j
the refuaea Kentucky the privilege of
suing in her Courts 1 her exampre,
therefore, ihould have ho influence on
us. Sir, it may suit the gentlemsn's
purpose now, to speak thus of Tennes
see a State composed of emigrants
from North-Carolina the aame kind
people with ourselves our kindred
and our friends bx the time . is not:
long gone by, when the name of Ten
nessee w a founded 4n very -differ ent
accents. Yes, Sir, when" the gentle
inan frjim Ciwel1:'1ike'lm
mst of the "members of thia House.
ere enjoying the safe comforts of
"ome, tne brave men ot lenncssee,
with JacVaoo at their head, were f fht
inf the bautel of the atiioo j while
were is our warn chiroUri iccun
from daarer. the V wen faclflS thf f OC
aiyiaiha woodi of Talti Jigs, or o
tnl bisii 01 rw i'liiintipi. ri,
Trpneia wai not a facttoai State
her lam wia awufldrd by etfff tOO
gue 1 but the Lcgiilaturt of Ttontiacl
hive aat their faf a art Oil nt atltt
nAm nracilca of Caocuiinr. and there
fore, io the Imagtoitioa of the genu,
man. ah hai become factiou State.
1 r-'z . . i' .
f Mr. 13 own acre eir!alflcd-h tcrtr
doubted the bravery ol leonctief.k
. . . .
Mr. . cootinueo uif icnucman
k m n .. - I
from Wake, (Mr. layler) Hat ntirc
prricnted mr, ia bit reply to tome of
my rcaaatkit not iateniiooally, t am
lure, but through caUcooception. Mr.
F. here noticed several remarks made
by Mr. T. and replied to them.
Th eeatleeaaa. nid Mr. F. and
otheri have called upon ua to show
them any claute in the unitituiio,
which for lid memben of Congreii
from boldiog Caucuies. What, Sir,
tweauaa there ia bo clause which aava.
Members of Congrrti aha!! not bold
Ma A - -I - .1 .
Cnwiw." im it, fiuw ihi inev
nav hold them. If member! of Con
greii ire permitted to do every thing
do! txbrtnlu prohibited to them, then
their power would be unlimited indeed.
Dul. Sir. this ia not l.e way to con
strue the Coniitu'ion. The General
Government it one oidelefateJ po wen.
Ihe Cwoilitution cxpre!y givei or
bUinlv imnliei. all the Duwcri to be
rierriirtl bv iti acoti. and Member!
- - O '
of Congress f anoot juaily do a singly
act not auino'iXni ny tne lonsntutioo.
Vitk wm n.nnn.li' Ih.rt ril Mr m rail
. ' ' . .
pn Ute genUemin to sniw trial pan
the lonilitution wnicn auinoriacs
members of Congress V- hold Caucus
es for the nomination f President of
the United Sutci. But, Sirt there is
a clause rf the Constitution which
plainly prohibit! Congressional Cau
cuses for that purpose f it can be found
in the second article. Iu his former
remarks he had gone into thcarg
rneau to show, that these Caucuses
were agiinst the spirit, if not the let
ter of the Constitution, and he would
not now travel over the same groaod.
Mr., F. said, the gentleman from
Beaufort had told ua what a wonderful
Republican Mr. Crawford isand had
Ulked much about his ,4 public scrvi
ces.M and his ecooomv. He had told
us, too, that Mr. Calhoun ia edera
lUt and that he ia extravagant Hut
the gentleman has not condescended to
furnish the proofs either of M r. t raw.
ford'i Republicanism, or Mr. Cal
houn'eederaljam of the economy
kf ih nnr. or the extravseir.ee ol tne
or the extravigarceoitne
Nor ha. he pointed out, when
w - - W
- ' m a
and where these public services" of
Mr. CrawUrd were pertormcd.
Empty esscrtione are not proofi, aid
these are the only kind the gentleman
has furnished. But, said Mr. F. as
erurTwiiliDg ; or r" unable to" furnish the
evidence of all fine things they tell us
of, let us go back a few years and ex.
amine for ourselves. I shall not, said
Mr. F. go back to the orecr of Mr.
Crawford in Georgia, before he enter
ed Congress, nor ahall notice his Fed
enlisra of '9?, and hii written appro
batioo of the Alien and Sedition laws
of John Adams we will ukc him up
after he went to Congress.
didate, aaid Mr. F. may be arnnged
under three divisions: 1st. Those
he performed in Congress. 2d. His
diplomatic achievements. 3d. Since
he has been Secretary of the i'reasu-
V . . n... j:a
Firtt, then, in congress. , -i u.u
njr rraarfnrH doto dstinirutsh him-
selfj during the period he was in Cotf.
press? What imp.rtant measure did
he devise and support? Hia Pcn in
favor of the renewal of the old United
States I3ank, is the only evidence hii
friends pretend to furnish in support ol
his claims to talents and services
Now, Sir, I do not pretend to deny
that-Mr. Xrawford MjeW.!. b
than ordinary tul-
they are better adapted to the manage-
meht of l prtrthaUthehigh duUc.
of Preeideat. But, Sir, this speecn 01
his does not prove htm to possess -
nr mrrert nr'mciolcS. It Will
C( IftJUV W. A
hs Mcollrcttd. thit Mr, Gallatin wtilwii drlrea. ly lh irrrctiioo of Gres
u r.vor of rtncwlflp t!.d. inert Mr.l
Crawford wai oq the CortfatittitHar.j
red with the luLitct.anJ Mf.Ga!lt!a I
aid pot lha Commutef ia fall prxits.1
HUB VI aii iiif faaawMa mmw wjuhiiuii
la firof af ih measure, Arg itneM
being thw furntihi d U the Comouur,
surtir it aa ot require rrtu ujidu
l fctiag yvca) lortO IB l lores Of siyowa oangcr, mu awar v
iv.rh. Mtnftl sauxh ltu ulelll yt. This UlPf!! Ul 10 ihf fft$d di-
than Mr, Craw for d could Imvi oW It.
The fact ii, Mr. UalUU'i agency in
.- 1 11 ii
the time, ibai Ua ipttcn wai cJUn
fJlLtifl'a anerch. Wbether it was
proper to renew th chnir of the old
U, Suui Dank, ii not occary cow
to cnairc; It i, howceir, ccrtaia,
that the Rrpublicaos were opposed U
it, and defiatrd thf Aiaure, 1hc
great bulk of the itxk wai owned by
fa relncri of political oppement. and
the republicans contended U.at to re.
. ' ..a m a . . a af i
acw it, would la lact o rt-iiuMitn.
ingit for lh benefit f foreigners.
Here, then, Mr. Uawlord sepaaud
fron the lit publicans.
Again. When Mr. Jefferson came
!m ih .t m'ml.irkiirfl h rtfirrmi. tA
.... yiWt.'.t' j ... ... - . .
to follow the curse of Washington,
regard jo our foreign rtUiio he
doDted the nrvtral ttHru. In thia he
persisted 1 but iulhe )ear W)7, the af.
lairs of thia oti began to reh a cri.
sis which required tlt adoption of th
cr measures. AccordiLgl), m the
lessioa of 1607,. tr, Jcil'.r.n, in a
mciiit c. rec anmvnd that Congress
ahoulJ "make nrenaratious fur what
ever eveats may grow out of ihe pre-
aent crisis l" and .prepufoitri step,
h rrrnfflnrnili the Embafirv. The
l.ir . r.L- C I. . . w.. ia.... ik.
oojr 01 uie e.mini;-
mjirnif raercabt He capital of the
c .ao rv. from beiog cpured under
the rre th Llecrer, we urmn
O'drra in Cy.orii. I he occceisity ol
the mcaaure was lo apparcat, that in
the Senate, it met with the support ol
v 1 t
both o rties. only itx voting against it.
fvf oi these were the most violent I
hr redersliat, ana m enner out
IV. H. Crawotd. Here, then, a se
cond time, we ace this irenilemAn de
serting bn the Republicans. All
partiea admit, that the Embargo wa
a wise and occrssaxy measure as pre.
paratory.to wrj bur when it wka turn
rA into a Mvtuttute for war. the Fed
eralists, and tne great bulk, of the Re
publicans, began to rtproUate . r
Crawford, however, thought other
wise. In 1B07, tie separate irom uic
Republicans, in laying the Embargo,
and 10 1809, when the Republicans,
nay, the voice of the oatii-o ciUed out
for its repeal, he voted agalntt if re-
. - .gt rwt
11807, . hoj came it ng
teal. Uthc LmDarg" ""-"U '
the friends of the Candidate explain
this iocon.iatcncy 1 t.
. i ism .k- xnmiriiiiri.
, . ... .nr :.. ...I
lion, nliuinji viia, wu. - i
oidlv approaching a crisis that would
r ' r ,. k.,
most prooaoiy rcsun iu wai,w-6-
" ' . . ' .v.
rations or that event. Among innti'iv - ,
measures recommended by the Pres.- may ofthe emDarrasmen. su. a . .
dent, and adopted by Congress, was s Jnwed. It is with Congress as with
' V ' a' a f Mtirnlllfi flirauft all
Bill "for fittinr cut, and manning,
J , '.i. rr:,.v
the ingate. oeiongwj ,c
r. . A.;Jf ,K . mnmrr. mr.
OIUKJ. Ilk'" "- . . , t
Pr.wfor.1. artf foe others voted. He
mr, - j j f, ,
. !.. .,1 ....mat th nro-nmzatlOO
tfour small navy, at that triucl per.
id, but he broke silence,' anil deliver
?d A flaniing !P"SS nv&
In the Course oi nia asy,',." "ry
the navy "o fungus on the body pw
jf," and censures Mr Jefferson for
not going fsrther than he did, in de.
stroying it he ridicules the navy
. . --m.mim-in h-V.nt-iti
Deing Oi any -i r ,
war and talks loudly of England with
her thousand ships. It is tne even,
in this speech too, that he delivers his
sarcasms against Mr, itadisoo, and
ridicules his message j jo which he al
Ua the maxim of Washing-
ion that to be prepared ior w-i,
the best method to preserve peace.
.',A Afr P. t iinv candid man
. i V , I !ll An InnO.
read tms Rpacn, ana nc i .
Li. .t.iKf Mr r.ravfarrl'a fixed hostll
K Rut forjnatelv for
the nation, onercsa uiu u
r. Cj rawfd ftfk JTOS'J.
. - - ... r . v M.
Ulbl-M All WW " , . T." U - V
' - I.. .' -
)W Will oc. -
When, continued Mt. J. the nation
Rrlialn. 10 the aturnatire of war. h!i
Crawford was rmiiojr. a doubtf
courtt in Cooetris, He, however.
mad! Mi p with the adaoSaisira
iivH vj a,"" 'ft - ,
eAte and then aiaoagr d U be ap.
d;bu J i, iViointr f f lidr nl at 1 For.
ui twin, wnin www
viiot. bl JibkmatU irnktt, Aad
here, said Mt. Y. I call upon bi
friends t- ibow what be did wbtl
ij 1 : 1 ,ft . -f" .
.Vumicr in rrncet n
did be nencUte. vtia what rofirt-
poa dene e did be luatain the cbaracier
of th enuntrv We mav look b vain
far luch if iher ever were sdy, ihey
have been iupptttd t iher du
mentt. Ilr contitturd ia Parisn j -ing
bi rSO.OfX) o..t.fitf and his ItfXX)
ntiual lalar , until tie war was over
he then returns to scheme for fniigH
cr honura. Hit atttmou at tHa Pri-
dency, io 1 116, cannot be forgjtten by
thia II 4i.tr. 5u much lor Ma aipioma-
C11. Let u now come to the third di
vision of his ihiM'w aric and ex
amine hii achievement! In'the Tfcalu-
hat new source ot revenue nss tne
present Secretary of the Treasury dis-
r..vrrrd since be came iolo that de-
nanmcnlf or what plana has he ad up
trd to render more secure, and less
expensive, the cnllertioo of the duties
under th existing laws? His frimds
before this, have been asked, but have
not Lrru able to anawer.
A7r. F. s.id, be would compare some
of bis estimates madcin his aoi.ual re
ports, with the Hue results furnished
by himself in his subsequent reports.
In hi rrport of 1 6th D-ccmber 1810,
the Ciutomi for 1317 was estimated
at 12 millions dollars : but ia his re-
p..rt of 1817, it turned out 22 millions
-or 10 millions more than hia pre
In his re nor t of 1817. he estimates
that tht brrman,nt revrnut. will be 24.
' . ... . . ntrt trir.
JiJfUw U'imi ,
v,..-.r f.oa abort of this estimate
(iWw :. : , ,
more than 2J millions, even aner ue-
. a .
duc ting the internal duties.
tn hi. annual report of 1819, he
says It is presumed that the revenue
whith shaU accrue during we prcacm
vear from imports and tonnage may
be considered as the tfte average
amount which will be annually receiv.
ed from that source of revenue.
This amount turned out tone 821,828,
Ati Th revenue from that source
f..riaiQ wa&17.1 16.702. For 1820,
was about 12 mUlion, or more tnan v
vai avt t - a r -
;ilmn lf than the estimate) tor
1821, was 19 millions, orihree- mil-
hich mAn thf .verag.
for these a years, aooui n....."M.
tn T m.. .H.n ali.
than the aecretarj a Pci.u-u.
n ... .k.. Vtnw wide Ot
the mark his estimates hav e turned out.
Tki rfal r-rror in the Secretary, in
. . .. :- - -
. . -.n'.nn. :. thr true eause ol
j:..ut and thev cannot rest till
u.-t----, , rfnrA hA
rhov anenu 11. i'U. v.-.v..-
believe, that the per
f.vriluc would be 22 millions,
which would be several millions anou-
..it.. mnn than was wanted tor tne or
dinary expenses of Government.
Congress had "to devise some war to
get rid of this surplus fund but the
i .-JC.lt nrsA Inini
turpiut turned out a ormuu
Mr. Fithei't remarkt lo if concluded next w J
A. mmmunication in the laat Haleigh Star, baa
the following quaint obaervation in itt
a. .;n, ..or. ooes. lha Tope cave
Eneland to a Spaniard, on tht condition
tnaine tvutagr- u , tui ,ir n-a...i ini.
of the present day, more geroiu, but
.r... .a i- .1 . nAnai keaVaw rivr
more faliiole. tnan tne rKv, ""V.f"'"
c..,. fMnrih t:arouni" iu i'.
Mir ii.tv ' - ,
rretarv Crawford, whether he can Hct U or
not t and notninj; remain i ww...r,.
transfer but the Ceremony ouiou'cry ,
indeed, bv turf or twig, but by bahot ; and
-ffi.i.m hae been the asurancei anJ
. ... Srrimhion on this subiccj,
a . afJS rlll HIHCU BU 111 V
party, that they may auernpc i v..
of ether stes."
' JNtntlon UrjUs
f . M f " V 9 - ' w '
a s HO rifatffi W
if 1 1 r, aA bf rwa-t
."i t ukt .ijajkmI
IUWabu I A unit of CM i
(aurn rk fkw
la, U M a
tli M awa
t, wM.-i at itt Ntik iwwf a Ika
fMirt II'xm (We ) Ofr.M ay iff. aia
Itaia.) Hfmmnt. ii lta .tuliaai fof
thiUMr, U 'juil t any i tb plar. 1M
Hki tr' I rwotVr trf erNat Ma.w4
ek.U.l4 t U ararrmnfaiioa af 1 n,lrs
nH av-lrnt th Cu'.Im are e'ii!, if not nt
anr, la ai 1 rh flare, a4 atterMled w ky
tfar adii ttlrti kita'$ at
Uf, .n b vpr4 wih lb Wrat 0 aaitH
(ffrtii ia! lite retvlat kaa a ba fkmac, awl
aa ka Q f eMirv MtoVWj fa tkAaa
a Ho Ry ttiikk prpf to rft rm tiiw i al b
atavrva thaw, U.at t ptl- atiaft a fa4 lo
rrtMUr their r roraiWubl a4 plrang.
VVry 7. H34. W
Htatc of North-Carolina.
riVir. Viae r-r, tWrwinff lh AH of
I ik. kJ aartnhl. ff:luiTitrr XLt OaMl
fif t)i vLtf nl ih PurtUiwi 4 ll t brrok
UvJ, baratuf ifa 4l na4ef tU aaWt 4
tb. iat. aa rWtrrio.T a rrt ijf'ar fa-
vuf on tUt rtrarriritxxi U hia ftMww-eitiarni
and Umg aaSHMy d.i"uul tnal thry mntir.
t;i ttaMla of tka (fur an4 kviulfrftew of
lha aiar, ilnHrenriijr ana ooeipenenrv ax
trtxkd IM proni w laaoi ana oaiaiu
l'hL to t4 frota hlmar tf tk paU6il Bri-Mt'y
of nerwii.f tka trwl rkaMM aa4 vnr wa-
traot iluliea furl of ban by (Ua aaHl Act,
L tl,- .irm a llic fsikira of lb Fnnhaarra. or
any of thrm, to ataJ lhnMla of ila rcaaroua
and arraanaMUafiitf provoiooai Ukft lb bucr.
tf, aa a trttnA ! eMtraoml lo aid and iw,
to tlx otoxnt of hi ry Emited ahiUtW. ia ob
Uining II' paaugf of the Att akv tiol
to adtia amt rntrtat all cxerrti that tley
ormnptly aJ ihditriujy nak lha ntrtmmiy
arM, am! come or arnd to Kilrlyb ithia
tb Vtnt fir.l and nmiied hj tt laa. and thuo
at nl tUemtrhe of rta kiml and imtulfetit pro
iuoa. fthrxiM an) I'urchaaer autTi-r the r
rat opportunitr to r , oniroproteU, the
Trtaanrrf it flly ptrmtuAed that nu application
f.robrr or ftilrr imtuhtiK of ihe hke kind
oil!, at any tiiM bcixafur, rue aucceadul. Of
I be l-R-uUiur Laa n'mAr gDno i t an !
tm wi much, in the law referred tn. that fw
indeed can hop, of eeo it to do mar.
11.. ful.lx-. Trrimn r mi nviaibl, he niia.
takrn i hot he ecrtainly and truK ili.fi Stheo
ml eoraidrr a 1 hope or fjfrtatiwt f fuluro
jrcilatiTe i-iiertfrencf, e luniiar
tndiillfencf, in re yard to the ntmifi de of o
coiuinir due frwn the Purdiaaer of Chefokf l
Umtt aiortaaMl, aa being enurriy onptaraa
- i, Ct"29
Ocwber nett 0 dav fid on"b) taV, iJ f.
rtia the tm, tn which Uic indulrrnee cfJertd
oe jrrintrd W eteotrd-
miir. ubatnoer irancetfuny rntoerra nia
J friemU aiw! the ntibfio at krf, that b
i I l:. t!nn illnm of th frrrr, ao '
l ..--.I in I,'., .linn .run. Ilf hopr Uat
hit eiittome rt mr not forsr 0,1 hm u
m mm a . . 4. t . .mtmm I aMI.
nxtal, U thrr mail o noinina;
df r them rrneral aatiraeM!n in the above bual.
nr. ha rHirr. 1 W tliat pleaw to eafl
on tho aubatriber, no d(Kibt will be aa a ell
plraacd aa in any other ttmp in wo
Paliaburv. It i not very necewry to weM-w
dittant fnaliiont at aome do, for rjentle men are In
k. i..k:. .J h.vinir nirtini'ar fhlon lo tuit
thcmiclvet in dretaet: I will enKa(re to hare
m rrwvt vorr omie a ran or o m lit-
of Baliabury, and on the mo.t dctiraj.le ternu.
Aluo, eutting and repairing will b duly atten-
de.lto. , , .
N Tt ldlpeliefeean?eeiit, we mwlr, in
the 'neatest tVthico, at the aiibcTiber't ahop,
opposite the State Bank, i"JJ';,rJr-pBlcBt
July so, w:. i,j9
HE aubacriber hariny been apnointed tffent
t m . .,'.!.! i nrt Hocietv." ha re
eied from thf general flerx-aiM-rj, Kry.. ...
riety of intrreitirir rehgioua 1'racta, which tin
ia inatnicted to acll at the rate nl 10 psfat for a
cent, 100 paget f ten rents. &e. Minwera of
Uie GoaptUinitnictera of youth, henolent an
cictirt and individual!, are repeetful.v invited
to forward tlieir order for thee valtiabte little
publication.. DANIEL otXD.
' SialnviUr, Jl 14. 6.tgi ,
.w.raw-n aa-l. .kawtaawa. AM r?inf?CtfH?"
1 Tv, hut earnestly, requestuTto com fW-viSM
j .i..:. nn nr hpfore ihe lt day
r iir.it t r.ii i t iic avirnvi . , .
of October next, other -iae 1 shall be under tho
disatrreeable necesiif nt piacinr lur.r
P m . i f,.w ..lltin
n Uie hand! ot an omcrr u.r
STEPHEN L. FEKIIAND.
f ntlOE will b. oold. at the Ute re,idenW
JL Jamb Aiongni, oct u. w - ..
of Salisbury, on the :9th of October mU -II
the deceased, consisting f-xwem,
i ..i - ii'..,..n .ml fiffrst M beat.
cKoS and" ii.;r Heboid and Khchf
... . i ...W-. M,laaai ttTsl
Furniture, ana smiury ..u..
made known on the day of sale. Due atten-
danc by us,
' JOHN ALBRIGHT, ?iMmV,.
Solid-try. Sept. 3, 1824. . 6f27
House anil Lot,' iu Charlotte..
nmi .t. ..iinimiK'iune term, the bona
1 and lot in the town ot rliar'otte, whicti a
ier. Applvto JAMES TOBHKNCIj;