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1 U Ti 1IT0JI TM.
""' ODE ON TOBACCO, v
' flail Tobscco Queen of Flowers,
! Solace of my lonely hour, ; .
Fume that kindles h it low,
1 Circling through y: glowing noiefc.
7l havs puffed thee all the day" v" ,
1st still thy merry vapours plsy.
Ld then boeHof joys of soul
That waken o'er the flowing bowr-?
7 ,Or fancy raptures as they p
, -T Balmy sweets fro beauty! Hp-"
"Sweetevfrcuy imc tnat. goer
; Curling aloft Ibid eyes and nessv
' Vulgar souls may deem that noses
Wereonry made for smelling Nsee-f;-
J'8moker,tn W nature's JSZ2.'Z .
Feel the dignity of man,
' And use their iroellcrs m a stack o
Chimneys toexpel tobacco.
Herb divine, for thee shall rise
- Clouds of Incense to the skies
O'er thy rbtariet brain shall flit
; Pauling Images-of wit ' -
V And puffer yet unborn ahaU wheeee .
t" Narcotic strains at sweet as these.
Whether from hookah, pipe or quill.
Thy fumeji aacend I love the atiB j
- Whatever shape thou delgVt to" wear ;
lngut, shortcut, shag or cigar. . x . , .
There's not a wbiff of thee but goes.
Long-cut or shortcut through my now.
A platntilT thus expUin'd his eauc '
To counsel learned In the la wi
M My hand-maid lately rati away, '
And hrher flight was met by A, '
"vVbOi -knowing abe belongd to me, "
Eapoui'd her to hia servant B :
. , The iwue of this mamage, pray, - -
" Do they belong to me, or A f
The lawyer true to his vocation,
Gaveiigns'ef deepest cogitation t
Look'd at a score of book, or near, '
Then beram'd and said, " Your cue is clear,
'Thoat cbHdren, so begot by B, '
M Upon your band-maid must, you see,
Be you A or AYj now, this 1 say,
Tbey can't be yourt if they to A
Belong it follow then, of coune.
" That if they are not his, they're yours .
MJpiere(ort, by my advice, in ihtrt,
M fa taki th tpiiimif iKe Corit."
mm Tii a raanxavTH (a. a.) aooasaa.
"JTTIWWD- NEIGHBORHOOD. -
-,!hfr Printer There ia aaore evil
tinder the sun, which seems hitherto to
bare escaped the notice of your corres
pondents but which' is "laid" to prevail
very- extensively in this hospitable
tmsn,' It is Good Neighborhood.
IlJNay, start not Mr. Primer, it is in.
dVd a sore evil as you shall presently
Lm -aajxnmarrled lady ra UtthMid--
waoced beyund the period ol youth, and
- in fct approaching that age in which
one does nut like to have one's early ha
.' interropttdi ; My Ifrienda. think
trie somicwhat particular, and for the
; word musCioroe out a little oldmald
. ish 1 but I bear theirtaillery wuh good
humor, for I am conscious that what
-tbevjaugh at is only a love of neatness
and regularity. Hav inga decent com-
zrnirhomTiouTd'rtside,-1 latelv ?urehi
ted a mall house, In thTmidst fa ve-
ry good neighborhood, and , last week
. 1 commenced house-keeping with high
hi'pr s of comfort ind enjoyment. But
alas ! sir, pne short week haa clouded
the prospect 1 and unless 1 can sell my
Jiouse and escape, I sh 41 die of a good
"" neighborhood before Thanksgiving. r
. - iirrr'I had just "got over the hustle "!
moving, and waa quietly seated in my
little parlor with my knitting work in
my hands and the last Literary Gazette
spread before me on the table, w hen the
doer burst open, and five little urchins
rushed in, ail clamorous at once to tell
- me, that their mamros, Mrt. Pryabout,
Would have' the pleasure of taking lea
with me andspcoding the CTeningim
. neighborly Vay. I am of a social dia-
vj&altion. 11 r. Printer, and thou oh an
old tnsidsm pleiued siuh wJUcbaedbjA.lUU(Lt3jlFithjLb
children. I therefore told thesn with
i smile, that 1 should be very happy to
Me.thelr. mamma and that pnsomc
leisure day I should be very hanny to
1- see them too, But here I found i was
' anticipated." Mlmma told us that If
you were alone, we might ttay an hour
or two, aa she was very busy this af-"-ternooof
and mewoHo live wttbyouin
neighborly way ."Though somewhat
startled at this, I submitted with a good
grace, laid aside my knitting and paper,
and gave up the afternoon to my little
neighbors. What proficients they
tvett in the arts of good neighborhood,
my furniture and parlof will
formany yean. iy ukt " "
scratched, my sofa torn, one o the
Ices of my .arm chair broken, amTan
ugly hole burnt in my carpet... -wnen
their mother arrived about 6 o dock,
she found me busily etnpioyea
pairing the damage, and casting: wr
.e-nrrlseentlv round the on,
.mj2t.A. I am afraid Mias Bar
bara, the children hate been trouble-
. a a aa nostra
some, but the flearjuiue trewn..
such spirits 1" .v ' .
tViU. Mr. Printer, was only the
beeinninff of rrfy orrbwii-'Mrt f nH
scended to make all manner of-uqui-
riea about my domestic eatablishfient,
and to $ive me all mannerof goat Ad
vice, iiv very neighborly waj In
thr evening; t r favored I w ittthe
f Mr. Prvabbut, Mr Fid-
getty, and the two Miss Peepnthc
drawer's, who all proved thenielvea
tobeexcellentgood neighbors byopen
ing my cupboard inapecting m bed
clothes, and counting my linen As
r ... "
they weTTonly neighbors, ana ncani
to Trve withoutlceremony, tbeylstaid
late, devoured my cakea and frui, and
nromised on aeparunz 10 come gam
very soon, and mate me anotner n ign
borly visit, . '
I went to bed wunasicc neaa-ane.
Rut na t am an earlv riser.' 1 fond
myself dressed in the morning beftte
anv of mt kind neiehhors were stir
.JV t j-.. .ming down stairs,
wnen a loud rsp summoned roe to the
door. I found a little dirty child shiv
enng m the frosty air. "Mother
wants to know, Ma'am, if you will
lend her your, wash bowl she is just
gctiiog up and wants to wash her lace
this morning" . . . : . . . ..:
A I I . m
nnu wno is your momer: 1 ex
claimed in some astonishment.
Oh! she lives iust here io the neicrh-
bQrhood.....,,. Jl. ....::..,.IL.:...;
And has she no wash bowl f '
No Ma'am, when she washes her
face ahe al waya borrows. . . ;
Amused with the novelty of the re
quest, I lent the little urchin the wash
bowl, and exhorted her to make use of
it herself before she returned it.
In about five minutea I was sum.
moned again to the door. ' Mother
told me to tell you Ma'am,. that u
orgot to send her a towel. . She nev.
er borrows a wash bowl without a tow-
- In some amazementt t handed her
a tu wet. " ia there any thinjr else.
my little girl, for your mother seems
to bequite neighborly ?" . '
Yes noyes nothing else at pre
sent. . Mother wants to borrow some
soap 1 but she told me to come again
fur that presently for If I asked lor
twrrthings "ar once,-yod might ot be
willing to lend them.
jbiclnrned -io-the-piiTiOTnraRin 8
upon the blessings of a good neighbor-1
hood, when' half a dozen rapid knockal
at the door again startled me. The
eryanr came and said ythat three orjmended to mankind in general bv the
four children were at the door all ask
ing. to sec.me.-. ,l..hastened ti meet
them with no littleaTafm. r? Whatsis
it my children? do you wish to ace
Alt. Ma'am, Miss Barbara
ywu li - .
titite J?7y.-Mothcr sent me to ask
you to v
Girl. Please Ma'am to
Boy. him your axe.
Little Boy.-her your tub.
Girl. Sister youV thread-case.
Man. ppProachingr-Cmti you Jen
our w hetl4arroW; :M iirir'''Tt;r.
Woman jutt behind Aim. I want to
borrow your clothes' line just for half
an hoar Ma am.
-Third Boy Father ssyi, it you
take the newspaper, Ma'am, he would
like tu borrow it a little white.
Before I could answer these multifarious-requests,
a little note written in
a 6m Italian hnd on roae-colored pa,
pet, and very fantastically turned up
at the corners, was put into my hands
who pressed forward with eagerness
through the crowd. Her silence pleas
ed me 1 and I immediately opened and
Ulilfjnrdcaf Misi Catnip will lend
me that beautiful lace cap which I saw
in her bureau last evening, she will
confer an ubspeakable favor upon her
affectionate friend and neighbor.-
P. S. My sister Catherine would be
udder infinite obligations to you, if
you would lend her your cmamon-col-ored
calash to make a few calls io this
T J n r.rtrf woold lit e t read I
Mr.'F..', Oration; Which W8S ly-
!r. Everett's Oration; which was ly
. t I ti.ll I
. . k i !
tng on your taoie yesvciu, u j jl
hun, he must call mis wrenooo suu
borrow it himself.
2J P. s: Mamma will thank you lor
the loan of k eouole dozen of CCgs,"
While I was hail aisiresaeti wiui
these vwrioua abolicationi, a found ro
sv "colored ceotleman who lives in the
netcborhood. oassed by, and seong
$omi distress in ray countenance kind
ly stored toTnquire artenny weitarr.
U t m .r'.1 Mias .Barhara vou havel
lived tr much aIooe ycHSTbaVe
asestat -" j 1
now got into a good neighborhood, and
I hboe mein 16 livt nekhbprlytl in
tended mysrlt to step in one 01 mcas
mornings, aid drink a glasa of your
find bottled cider before breakfast.' I
way, I do not tare if I borrow a doaen
bot.les no w till I can buy some . my
self."- . v .
I turned towards
Another knock ! I will run to the
winrlatr t6 ecOrnditre. A--I live.
... .u.i . .k- Anr I
mere arc mice viiiiukh m ..."
wuh basket,, , boy with wheel-bar-
rowr a woman with a band box, and
HVC" tin IllUCI (UiniOR iuru 111s
e Mt patience is exhausted.
Mr. PHnter. advertise myhoiifR
for sale at auction next Monday.'-:!
will take -lodgings in the Country-
co to the Shoals this very day.
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ATXNT P0CKBT DICTIONARY.
Alridgmrnt. Any thing contracted
rnr. Any tuing coniracieu
II compass 1 . such, lor in-
into l soia
stand, aithe Abridgment of the Stat-
es.ln fifty volumes lolio.- - :
' . j ; 11
Abhrbty.liVf Wing auvancea oy
our oponnt8, couirry 10 our jowjj i
pract'lir. or above bur comprehension. March 1825 1 One do. of thirlycvtn and a half
r ..T ... - r . .I.1.1U-; .k.-.k- 4,a. iw IRHi and one do.
;i1.i.- b women,
that 4rj be supplied by the dncing
master, music, master, maotua maker, ,
and niiiiner. In men, tying a cravat,
talkink nonsense, playing at billiard!
dressing like a groom, and driving
ikr'a coachman.. -.7 - - r
Mvice . Almosr the enly com-
modin which the world refuses tQ.rc
Ctive although it may be bad gratis,
with an allow4nce to those who take a
Alderman. S. vcntn-potential citi
.... . - . .
good things are perpetually , flowing,
althnuph nooe eonre out.
- - fa6f e syNoisy- factiVoroua aoimal-
cuue, mucn aesiacraicur ay inosc wco
never bad any.
Bachelor Plausibly derived by Ju
nius from the Greek word for foolish,
and by Spelman, from Baculus, axud-
gel, because he deserves 11; An use
leu .appendage of society a poltroon
who irtfraid to marry ,lest his wife
should become' his mistress, and gen.
tress into a wife.
-ciuwn. A mode -of advance-
meet practised. by Crabs, and.retom-
...,?afr,Oni ranimal impaled . upon a
hook ia ivrdcr .irt iorture. a scTScrTpr
the amusement of a th,ird.
Biker. One who gets his own
bread-by- d irlterattng that'of others.
,J,BjiU.-A& assembly fos he oatenaU
11 1 I 1 I
Die purpose 01 uunciog, wot re tne oiu
Idiet'shufflr--anri cttt-sigirtnst one-an
ther for m.ncy, and the young ones
do the same for husbands.
Btd. Ka article io which we are
bom and piss the happiest portion ol
our lives, and yet ouc which we never
wish to kern.
Bellman1 1 Verses i See Vis'ida of
Benefit of Clergy See Tithes..
B'uhip. The only thing that gains
by a translation.
Blank. Set every lottery ticket
bought by yourself or friend.
ody.Thl portion of our system
which receives the chief - attention of
Messier -Swroe body, AnybodvV-aad
Everybody, while Nobody cares for
used byv fashionable females for ear-
tying iirm in.
Btoi. thing formerly put aside
to be read, and npw jcad to be put
' thkaftt.tt Law."-"'
Ctuiin. A periodical bore from
CesTto he some of his blood, thinks
e may inflict the whole of his body
upon you during his stay in town.
Critic One who is ihcapable of
writing bo ks himself, and therefore
contents himself with condemning
those of others. London-taber.
-nnu th.fcn,fit and enccurairement of MC '
j v - - o ... . i
Killl'KII I Wt.n Ml l -Vnrlll I
uimion, t ". y-
...-..rPTa f orinr
AOT TWO TO A MlZZ i?
1 Prue of 500 dollars (a Phaeton and Cotton
uaw uinj - .,; .,
do. F300 (Furnily Coacnj .. .:,.
1 49. gist lio ) , ,
Ft dor sua &o.) - r " ; -
i do. glOO C Hoard ana uwm mw
. A. 30 rr.i and SoclableTS W"
.1- a.011 rRUtrl . is 40
9 .In! L'JU fBetlvteachO 5
s far"" , - . . .
J do. RlO (two Ladie Work Tables and
1 j an rnftiWa ton Cradiei is o
6 (6 Ploughs, 8 Street tmpt,and j
r 3 Lard Cans) -: Wrr1 -i . - j
10 tn RS ntatsV Tsz" . :
1 do, R3 (do.) 1 " 3:1
on An. SLl fdo.l on l
300 do. 3 (2i east steel Axes, and 27J pair
, A . v 1. CK I
431 do. SI Tin Ware, Jewelry, Shoes &e .
tie. f-: '? 3l ' I
nAii. M- k in Charlotte of the under-
v. . w - Wut
W - rirEi.
iowui wt mhihivi 1 .... - ,
paytho pr aaeijorw
uukt oja aBn Jua,'BZ'-.?z. j: I
uiire7 r""'. J-.r.. .
cheme shall not he drawn. . . -
rl,r,u vrvnpire I
- 1 . ,, a r;n. o.n h W of I
N. B. FxpUnatory Hand hi Is can be baa at
ihe ComnuaMonera. l .1
v, .f ,
ll fcrwtrned tK1;Mt
A th following notes, which were
cxecutcd bv me to VViTliam Hoeg, in payment Tor
is tract ot w
I which land n
a tract of Jnnd, winch I purcnasea rrom 1
mW,rh knd he had nreViouslv conveyed by a deed I
rf tnJft t0 cbr1e; Hoffer Davidon county.
- :,t one noteof thktr dollars, wuo .w or
of ,lon(lred do,u, due the 24th dee. 1826.
aa th? anid notta werw riven for landa which
the said Hogg had .-no righl .to cbnverj , I am de-
termmeu not 10 pay timer
Janiary I?. iti. . 3t44r
Estate of Alex. Lon, decU
THE subscriber luvmg qualified as tircu
tor of the last . will of ileaander Long,
1. d... kt thaw : MUirt -nff
pleas and quarter stations for the said county, I
I.- - . a.. a a.1 S S a
held on tbe third Monday m nowemoer nw,
notice ia hereby given, that all persons bavmg
demands-against the said estate, arc required to
present them for payment, ; within the tune pre-
, rrilxJ hy law.
JAMXS I. LUMi, ttiwftf.
flfe, S4v1824.-: --40- -
Ij6r sale, at the ahnp of the subscriber,, a
rood, subitantlal nwiV tine body, on reasnn
able terms. ' Apply to the subscriber, st his
eoach-making shop, Salisbury, .. ...
IWt l3,1824. ; ' . , .
Stick Gig, for Sale.
-The ewWribcr hu afts for sate at ltis shop, a
very good $litk i , almost new, wih s finl rate
Auni.taiJu- ill alao acllibe gig strylav.
A'sn, one other fVjr, without barnea ii for
tale, very cheap, u above.
-'7W:11. - '35
.. V , Cash StoTt. ;.
IHAVF. Jit opened a new and extensive as.
sonmtnt Lfciiionablcandfabionble -
which t hs vl earefully wleeted fmm the awket-
of Philadelphia and New-York, and purcWrd
iUVM4 1 -and 1- now nflVr tlWm to the pub Iks
at the lowet prices, However, I do not wi-h
the public to take any wnrd for it, but will thank
thent'tweair Ind esarnlnefor hrmfrfre; a I
feel sail ficd that I can offer them inducement
t pU-again." Eteathae.ThQ hve. not the
cath to purchase, will do me a fair by calling',
and examining my price.' A. TORRENCE.
. SnAMwrw, firt. S. 1824 35
Nevr Supply of Fresh Goods.
TflHE subscriber ia receiving and opening a
X large and general assortment of all kind
of Gdt, at his store in Salisbury, from Phila
derphii and Xt w.York f and hu tttadv strange-:
menta to receivw-from said plaotsv assMAAr, any
further supply that may be necessary aciccted
with care, and. laid in at prices that will enable
him to sell very low. Hi eimomer sad the
public at large, arc respectfully invited to call,
cxamino, and judge for Uicnuelvca.
Satiihay,Spt. S?A. 6nit48
N, R. Country Produce of all kinds, received
in exchange. ....
r AnAe authorising the Seeretarv nf tbe Ti
tiry to adopt a new Hydrometer for ascerta.n.
Ing the proof of Cquors.
BE it emitted bf the Senate tnd fftuM f Rep.
TeitntBlfitt iff Xhe Vnfitt-lmin if Amen
tea, in Canjrrt MsnUML That the Secretary
of theJTrrasury. be, and be 11 hereby, jythir;
ixed, umlrr the direction of the I'reMdent.of the
irnited Ktatea, to adopt awl substitute such II v
drometer i he "maple ernbesl" a1cu1t'ed' to
promote the public interest, in lien nf tUt now
ptesrribed by Isw, for the ptrpoae tf reenam
ing the proof of liquor 1 snd tliat, aft j .auch
adoption and.subaututioiw- the dutie Imposed
by law upon distilled spirits shall be levied, col-
lected and paid, acceerfirig w tne preef ascesv
tained by any llrdrvmetsr so aubetituted end
adopted. .... . V--
.. ;. . )) II. CIJtT,
Speaker House of Representatives.
' JOHN GAILLARIY
President Senate pro tempore.
H whingtm. Jan, 12.V I&24.
, Appnned JAMES M0NRO.
I aubterj oeni are .reccmnp, ana oprn.njf,
.4 k , vi flu in i:nnr.nni. fiiifrr iiiim
Philadelphia and New-Vort, a large and general
"II" " -
assortment of '
All kinds of Goods :
and have made arrsngements lo receive from
aid placet, mtnAy, any further supply that may
be necesury selected with care, aiM laid in ,t .
pricca that will enable them to aell very lor.
Their iWHtonwra, and the public St lance, ar .
respectfully invited to call, etamine, and jndga .
fortliemaelves. MUUPHV t DU0WN.
tCpfcmt Sept, 1824. ' ; ,43 '.,:; -
-; (? Country Produce, of all kinds received in.,
exchange for Oootls.- - v v.... .
TKTK subscriber respectfully informs the mea
xhanta of the town of 8al'ubtfhr, and tlte
cite fcrnleWof hhrTOiJrhiwrbXld,hatiM:lla,
inii finiulii.il a lurtr KiilUinir. 31 hv 52. fi n.-r
uinftf Citim, to run by'watcr. 1 and tliat he is
alio well fiaed fbf packing cotton, in the neatest
manner, for markrf.-v He aavures fats fhenda.
will have their eottm packed ami put up in the sa
neatest manner, and 111 tne shortest time toatl. I
ble, and oa the lowest terms at which h Is done
1 II. -1 ,k . Jt .
ton to his Gin, that it will be kept separate from
others, so that they will be sure to get the same
cotpm mey send, we nas locaiea ana built this
e.tabluhment, at Ida Mill Plantation, two miles
from Saualnin7.-f-r'JAr- FWUEIl.
. Octtbtr 18, 1824. . ; ' U , ; .23 ' -' .
(Urge, that be bas removed his AoA.t front
b formerIy Md h ttken
u,c owneu 07 nr. auomaa iquu, nearly
opposite Wm. If. SUughtert house of nt.
.1 1. . & 1 I nI . . i
uimnenx, on aiaiiMireei, Baiisoury 1 wnere ae
, 7 ' .
t,nf, i,,, : -11 ;t. vanmia hnnrh. ;H .
style of neatness and durability which, he be-
Tiek. r.niuw h airnaaud br anv in th
A1, orderi fronrik fot ja hi
will be faithfully 'attended to.
SaKbHrh S pl.X7, 1824.
T AN AWAY, on tbe 16th of
OCWber, 1824, i oeirrd nun
name.'. Jtdtm.tA 27 year. He
-was lodged in the jail of Randolph,
county on tne ivui or'utn inst. 1
ami was taken out of said jail on
. the.Bd of Novc snbej.,1 4, bj the.
' subscriber, and taken on home.
with a pair of hand-cuff's on. - On arriving at the
subscriber's house, on the 9th of November, 1824,
be was left in a mom with a small boy 1 whilst
the family waa" arsupper In another roqr by
some means Adam shot out of the door, and
made his escape. At the time he Was tskea up.
he bad several free oanera in Lis noaaession.
Tbe sai4 bor Adam bas a scar on bis runt
. . . . . . 1 ' . r rl
hanu, occasioned by a wagon wneci. He nan
a a a tT a I
on, wben be w cnt away, a enufl-eolorcd surtout
coat, with baiul-cuRs, well nvetted. lie bas
heretofore passed as a brickmaker.and u a free
smm when hut. taken wp. One hundred doUart
reward will be given fur the aprvbeiuioa and
kCvery of said negro. ,
: -z -MAW tftl'MP.
DmUn em'j&. 9, M2eV 1.
State of North-Carolina,
. . da riDsoM covwrr.
GOUHT of Pleas and Quarter Sewkms, Dee,
IcrnVlK. " David Evley, sen.". David
Knalcy, jr. t original attachment levied on hnA
It appearing to the satisfaction of the court, that
the defendant in this ease is an inhabitant of as
other Mate, H ia therefore ordered by the court,
that advertisement be made six wetki, aucces
sivehy intheWerteCarolinU printed m
Salitburv, that the difviuUnt appear st our next
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, ta be bed
fcr the county of IHvidaun. at thsemtrtJioese ,1
1 .1.. .i.:i ..!,., :. I
Hi Jill I VII, vn U. t 111 I . .IUIH4.1 ,m
next, thca and there to nlrad, or'dimur, or
judgment will be tide red according l5 pan(4
. ..6t43 :: 'l:l..t: bock, ciic"
-A State drortlt-froliriaii
- - - notrjr eoxnrrr-
COURT of Plcnv and- Quarter cvwr-.5'
gust term, 134. John RcnU ve. Vdli
Lamm 1 original attachment, lciied oa UmL ft
annaarine ta.ih aaUalaeiionf tbe court, that
be defendant in .thiacase is an lnlibiftbf 81
other atatr. it m ordered bv Uie court, that ad-
vtrtiment W uule three, weeks, succeauislv
in the Western Carolinian, printed m SahJwry,
that the defendant appear at our next emir
Pleas and Quarter Beanie na, to be hcU toe tls
county pf Rowan, at tbe court house iaS afiabury,
on the third Monday of February next, then t4
there to plead, or demur, or judgment will be
entered according to tbe-plamUll'i demsol. ,
h'44- . JOMS l.Ecrir.
- State of Kortli-Carolina, f
COt RT of Picas and Quarter Semens, K
veoibcr term, 1824. James Henoa vert
James lluie 1 Original attachment returned le
vied on Umt la this case, it appearing to tK
sutiJaclioa of the court, that James Uu'ie, tsj
defendant, is not an inhabitant of this state.
is therefore onlered, that pubHcation be
fir three months in the tVestera CaroSniss.
thar unVejKhe-defendant appear at the SC?
term or wir cemrt to be hew al die coww"
in Statrtville,, 00 the 5d SMmUv oTTebriiJv-
182.t, and plead, or the pluimiff win be UW
ea parte and have judgment pre eonfeaso. '
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State of Nortli-Carolina,.
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COVUT tl'kaa and Quarter .rWawae i
cember term, 1 874T David Burtmj ve. 1
nard Urtmagert wipnai aiUcHmcnU 'f
land. - tr appeartng t" the tWct)ow
emirt, that the defemlant in this case is M s
L.K.k;t r iKU mt.i it ia therefirt oraerev
by court, I bat puhheation be ade In the Wei
tern Carolinian sis weeks notifying aid .if'
dant t appear at our next court of P'C"f
quarter sessions to he held for Stokes e'r. s
the court -bouse In Cermanfon, on tbe 3d ale
day In March, 182J, then and thereto pleW
answer, or demur, otherwise jodgmeat,
Aesa, will be taken srain him. .
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