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Ctpt fw. HilWzK, N, C.lhiny d-y lhfwl.k tbU town on TuewJir Um,
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Mt demaaded nuia t'rrlr moh ftnm int
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ktd th bonor to be bom of bt mbk ptrrott.
I fororococtd with Itcpnf off thot
mhhinir. (fi)ihlriif inr CnWtk faokt.
When 1 vi oalf Srt or wi yon old,
wben I m onlr tble lo err iwkf civ(
llilltbof.K, K. C . Ihiny dt fc h tb, tono TuetdtrUu,
rf Hf Trnt All trim e wert upon 1 he look out for bit ipftr.
ince. PrcpmUooi vtrc ratoe ojr we
Bolton RadkU lo Rmp better ihow
thin took ?lt on hit 10 Prcttoot
and hetrd thai Ike procetion would
be ipUndtd rd etcetdingly nutnefoai.
The dayi boweter, wort lo oncer
uioir 1 od U was not until Itta hour
thtt It tnnounccd be would be hero
the following morning. TbU wet a tad
blink, w uiidertttnd, to committee
which; had -been formed, and wai-aiitlng
. a a 1"
in cImc cJirtn ell dval Ibe I4ma pubuc
Ijrmcnt 4 .;,tbe lotterr, U a euBifWnt pWlr
ef the ftlrncf t whh bkn It "-ill be nmldrd,
. -XTrm'RIMlEY.
' CT 71 thtt in f Mi fxttery ff lie tt lte ofllce
f itie Wtotera Camfinian, nd br Mr. CWIet
Tulirr, iJ others Saruburj. 21
C01 0T of Pleat tnd Quarter Seriont. Jaly
term, 1825. Datul 8trk rt. Aia Ihomp
mm : Original atUcbmcnt, L-ie l on Tan Tard,
kc. It appearirif to the tatiJiietion of . the
Court, that the defendant in thii'caw it not an
Inhabitant of thit Hate r OrW, tJirrefore, that
jMiblieation be made aix weekt in the It -
Cortlimu, nolif)inf mkldcfrmLint that unlcw
he appear at our next court of p!c and quarter
awaiont, held for aaid eonntv at (he eourt-hmwe
' in Concord, on "the "tliirdMendtv In Octccr
next, then and there replevy, plead or demur,
otherwiie Judgment will be taken by default,
and execution awarded accordingly.
( Price adr. g2. . C'2
State f Mrth-CanHmt, Cakamtt ctmtt;
ISoOKT of Pleat and Qunrter Pemiont, July
J term, 1826. Paul Uarrincr . Aia
"31i6mpionV Original attachment, levied 00 Tan
Tard, &C It appetriiit to the atifction of the
JCourt, that the defendant Jn thit ctie it not an
t.k.k:t.n r iKI. t! ' OnlernL therefore, that
CartUnian, notifying tairt cieiennani nii uk
he appear at our next court of ptoi "d quarter
amiont, hekl for w!d county at the court-bontc
S Concord, on the third: Monday in (tetober
lietU then and there rep!evy,.plead or demur,
otherwite judgment will be taken by default,
. tnd execution awarded accflrdmply, ,
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COURT of Pleat and Quarter Session, July
term, 1826. Jotej-h Young t. AwTnomp
. on i Opglntil attachment, levied on Tan Yard,
' Ic-lt appearinjc to the tatibfactionof ihe
eourtthat .the defendant In theair not aft
""Inhabitant of thit rtirte 1 Ordered, therefore, that
piiblicationbe madeiix wecktinthe Haleru
Omlinian. notifying laid defeudant that unlets
essi.iii, held for laid county atjlie court-house
in concoro, on ine uura n"; vv"v"
anrl ararailinn auratvfod ICCordinclv.
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TuUn ef tWWaVef lJ6w
itert i tie Ctrrt tt 1779. ettreeitd N t
MM4Wt br Ma. T. rkkerW. twb&Atd i
HI);!?91 '(-iMait!fcai
Tie ti tt teeftk trvvetd ie tie rfM
our oppoaeottl k- 1 i .1 ' -,vr. t
agate, and you'll tUct for your rtren. D(J , dld tiree!BlDy fJtf9 Wf
Uure tb ftftly tnia wbo baa the w.tfi and fc tf.en.vnT raort that now. Somo
fl?w ifir bat otben came in their pltte,
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..mhTui aadlrlirea Df mnouic alr
there. But I did tomrthing, and hare I
not done ioroetMiE lo krep on me rob
btrt theptper money totbfraf If 1 had
been returned the people would have accn
I could do more. The proud p4bple of
proud Prtatoo knew thtt Ihe etupifled
(bola ktve not been aulTicleotl 'pulled
down yel 1 I hope I hive given lb Com
bination of Lord Derby and. , Wood a
proper ahake. If I do aot aet aside that
election before the month of March next,
I will contentedly aubmit to bo caUed a
fool for the remainder of my Cre. You
will then aee mo agiio.tfl bo aJive and
weU..Thfl.JUCCeitfal cwdidatea foond
me cominc out of Piano ita 0,003
IwuterAahley liridge, with John Heyi at people In my an they found thia, after
. . r . - i cl " -r 1.. ..:r a '.k. .1.: i:j u..-rJvnnt 10 neak our of 1 hi
ita head, and Shaw at ita tail. A luh-
.i-.tmlnn waa entered Into to nite the turn
of three poundt, for the-purpoto of en
gagicg a band of mutie to lead up the
Gridiron,' and after conaiderable difli
cutty, few down of butrumenti were
hired from tome outlimdith place in Tor
ton 1 but we preaume, from the towncs
or the charge, that muic wat left entirely
nut Af the atioulalion. Wo cannot but
acknowledge we are aorrjr for the poor
puffers of wind, for after deducting ex
penses incurred through waiting for Cob-
belt a approach 'a otya, out 01 tne tnree
the residue and remainder to be di
vided amongst them, will be just one ahil-
ling and kevenpennr eacn. sv e oeiieve
aome of the Committee was heartily sick
of their potts, and one said he would take
care never to act in tnat capacuy again in
ih nm? eomrjanr. About thjeo o'clock
on Wednesday morning,it was proposed
by the Committee that a delegate"
should tie lent to Blackburn, to discover
how matters stood there, a man onereu
hTnerrices foMhaHobrbul wanted-aome
money for his expenset. - vn viu
Johnny Ileys you have a CobbeH'a medal
there that ta quite a aumcieut oawpor
into every buttery orr the road. Cob
bett, with his usual luck managed to ar
rive hero auout twenty minuici p
twelve o'clock, when he knew ail the
wnrk-neonte in town would be at dinner,,
and Hkewiae took special tare uf remain
until evening, wnen tney wouia egam ve
,"i;Kr,'v. natrtiini in ih' mean time.
hrs"emisaWea to every direction, to make
Known 10 niS'parutans 1110 na.uis
arrangement. He came In an open car
riage accompanied by hta aona, and we
believe a Mr. Clarke. He proceeded to
the Cotftwerciat Innrnd having atepped
upon the portico, addressed a mob, which
. a . . V 1 . Jaaaaaa.
next, then anrt mere replevy, pieauur uciHu., w0 minn maj - - -
otherwise JudgmenwUUe taken by dcfault,:kmount ,30 Gentlemen-yo8 do j l
thee had been oblired to sneak outtf the
town privately. I aaw at as early part of
the conteat that the Mayor a Irapa were
intended to keep me out- If ever I pub
lish a hiatory of the election, I will make
you laugh heartily. I k caused the
three candidttes to apeed op wards of
30,000, and though not a itegio farthing
has gone out of my pocket, I made key
1 not much ttir-
prised that Stanley and Barrio ahould
mnnr I hah monCV freely ther are not
very akilful-but that Old Ottiwell Wood
should be induced to aqueete bis purse
ik. tj)oo rot over the devil'e beck
should be spent under bis belly, ie really
a f. A
quite diverting, not one penny oi my
nn.a. will be raid i Sk Thomas ia left
behind, and he wiil dischargft every thing.
An elegant author says, ' the. moat un
nioaaant nart of a feast it, when the wai
ter comes in with the bill of fare, Poor
touls ! I believe they will not have pm
their bills - by- the time thty will have to
return again. - .Manlef ana uarria may,
..h.M. ntiir tn ahnw their faces once
more for aa to the latter, I believe he is
r. , uut uiu
never again.
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I leave you to gueaa what tort of s track
ling they will receive if their bills are un
paid 1 only think of the hootihgli hissings,
ancl aonuings tnej "T!r V'rZl
a. k. .7.,. Smnlftf rode nalo and fchist-
lr b, trir 1nn window, tho bthor' drt mf
-a a a. -M.MJMeaas LmH wKltl
friends ratsea a irei:u. .vu.,
m.rt him tremble in ever lotnt. - Aftei!
him came Wood, for the nrotld Staqp1
would not allow uoou 10 snue bioujtiuc
of him the high blood of the,Stanleya
could not run in the tame gutter. LM
Deoole shouted in all mrecttona, ano 1 oe.
!ievo5tanley and Wood were glad to get
away in aafetf . Gentlemen, I am aensi
ble I have trespassed upon )our pence j
"a J la. 1 " .nekkl
ntve ttonc bcyonq wmm
. t.. J Bl ttllftl.t
Ceecme, by wbM tncikWjtlke Jwrwib do not
aMiiM. Ila. Iia.r tlavaar. to Itia Malar
f ihe Aexi'rfat rtvWfio, tn M, thai IN
kXm fe detknMg the cont rW a4 lW-
m I m ak.- a
aeedeftt. Oat fcM M ieevt" 7 rj
il.nrv le,ef Vifa.,, The doctor add, thai
It. .... .rrMi4 ia a.. Vina- tl.U BKi(inav (r
the partir W iaatrarllaae at Iwt iiwatfote V
wiiweeia. ko hv ihe tvntrtl veate of lh m
pit of til the tale.' Tie name of the drte-
gtie who rconud ict mwnn it o tvey 1 iu
.t .i,l. nT ika u2nti. aJ Other Ci'rthJS-
, reialev prubable'Uial h at a eit'itta
ef ltatMChiMlt tht lie ateeej; of the twaxite
ia noAuUiFU. at Ytrrma u ntet. nut
Hevrrtr tLu Bur U, K wt an eeMnt citiiee
of Jirmcta bo m the aubwiem dfcoauoe.
rtfcr to the rul itC ";nc n
l.i 1 r. 'a tula I ha lead, no rrvwu
nun anu . .
lion, however nlutarr, aid howr neeennr
te piewrve ee reeotf r Uit ittnl w a rcvpie
would ever be iaciphhed.
.t. an.1. ! lua. Ponrrrav in a commit'
teeof the ihole. agreed to a moletwn, thai
Ihe U. States were, and of nrbt mht to be.
I ree and Independent State! i hi rponH
tke contidewWin thereof to the firtt day of July.
la the meanwhile, tnat no uroe raia
ib arreed to appoint a coeimiUee to prepare
,D7 ' .f JL. .CT aV rf that rewlution.
at"". - . .
And oe the next dy they eb a comimtlee of
fie. The aierobcrt ctora were mr.
Mr. John Adamt. Dr. kC"'-. ahefmnt
. 1 v. b,.w.h n IJrinrrton. On the SSti U
" ... t... k.rhi in a dr!irht of a
JUnC. uueeinu"-a.'-i --. j'.li .rl
dlariC 00 the Bltt. SfWOG aoq ,,n.ra wi
lulr. the drsupht wat exanvnefl. qikvwq ana
tmendrd 1 ana on inc ,w.....v...
idrred. mat urreed to i and on the t-me day
55 PWmed in TbiUdclphia.
?:!:ZX?SA to me. tb.t
H SJ in it at v " ' ,
the curacy of common report, that even a
minute detail ol lac". pr...K
? .-1 an ftr at thit Ute period
lion Ol inurw iwi . f
-attainable, ourht l be ateevtamed and pveo ,n
au.niau.v, a u-'.tk tk.a.Uaf. nn lh
the mott authentic 11. " " - - - -
..r Auaiirt. in Ihe Urt year, ! addree.l
, letter to Preiident AUm. in which remark,
id that. no act of the Conreo. of the Th.r
5n United Colonic. u so d,tingiH.hed at
hat by hich their Independence of Great
Rr tun waaoeciarcu, n "- r , , ' . ,',
S ' thattramaction would priy be Kiugh
? . initreit nr curiotity. but
TZ Z Si, iketo the" abilitie. .ml
ener ofThelertin tl groat measure
ncrH .h Infnrmalmn on (he llb
And alter rcnii"B , . . ... Ml
Jet a hail come to my know ledge. I added-" I
ve thght it desirable that the facta ia thit
nave uik . y tune en
:t..mentT'th7; be communicated
to whom you thinK proper. -
io wiiU a,.-.,,!. Mr. Adam mott
1 in uic tu it vs "i ,
ob iirinely favoured n.e with an answer, g.ving
m m, Stereatioa; deUih. And after alluding
Ancient TfomittoTrTmria,,Je 7. ww-- "B"r
I In i cn noiivj .
V" . ,Kiiie vouncrest ner-
aeaf"-e oeuil Mrtaf a.a m fm ra lr
I nmh.; ate U a:-". te
edate etHetowei eUi I r' ( V.t 1 Hh '
S4 at I i4 4ra- h ar , JVWt Ua4
roritu ivraTrM. t'1T,,''wri
ejV. ielacttr UUnJCrjtMh aTf "
Ied ia to be il;a4 if erti
tl Ve ef tVe AriaMwr em te W tnal
MMty rtwti e I tftottfto du t rtr
to ' !!, e4 10 towi Me ftt
arTttesaJteaettkreewia!! M at rl.
La mJ 1'iimn aee t Imwrt M aAawafd.
I tJukfto it OeeM 04 itotM WW to etMU at
ao. I tewt4 to ton n, a4 ae oew
IHWia lUt I B4t tuff tUd (kt tt
laeaba. W rfrt4 H to to time. me C
lt. It ai rts4. a I d raf out
rrsMit IWrwM ertiklsrd aey tkiff . e
were a9 fat kw 1 Cret tw uepaii4 1 tl
lh iMirwwe! tn vfMHto4 to I adtot . t
kaaJ arriliJtr. aa k In dnrv V.
Cawn Ml aJT tkm a eaerue H aC H. as 1
tvpa) fWy oewU 1 bel ky Mntfi4 asaa
tl ike beet Mt a3 that est tatrfi-,
.li. it tt.L. U la
1 tat'o f I Vat f Ainaitnl ArltrMi-
Wf ( ftii Mf ff ), ISWItll''
i(f( gives the loUowiar eoocisa etti
mate of the einrnsei of the all rim-
btiof rKenora. ottihAfUed liyU
New Orlcaoa, wKUh, it U believed.
fafii abort of Ue actual ptndit-jrf.
to gewa- tt tori fjm
vid t . I - - - K.I Ll (a,
to each haea. tech Biw per mmi
BoenUg of thf teete, tl $2S per
hmL earh - a
Aervtnfl t.'.. ene to rseh Vttk. aT
gtl pet "awrth. Imatttttwf o
Omm r-t tor eerh Uv, Art Isto
. !.. CIDfl iwf eaoath aa.
liquret, lo toiae cw-toRMrt te plajf
ftet ly, Rfhi and rutt, tay &3 J0
ptt y nv eaca k
PnnirreM in June 1775, and brought wit mm
T nteratre,.ciece. and . -hppy
itolent-at compoaUian., XWV:
talent -at 'Tu r , fl'neCtiliar fc
k.-aA .bout remaikable for the peculiar re
,n;cwgre-a, ne V "3lllt eVcn"sim.
iwA deciive. upon c'"Xr;irtH Mf Witlw
vntt. and OKI III n K'.Y. . mn
voieiofoth I-IVle
than any other, artd that p mcee
head of the commit ee. ; 1 1 tiej to g
number, and P 1 the tobSct and then
tbje decttrauBfl---" "
Thit tnormmit sum. he adds, must
be paid before the proprietors f thcaa
baoka fan realise any giin. The pub
lic it, thee, taxed not Wis than ElOO,
000 per annum, bx the benefit of
about thirty individuals.'
rrf.wrW:k rtener, fd foe rett frie
hip, fimlinf femate flstterv frwrJWw. flrd fcr
frem fir fferweated ItourWiing tawety fiH
fitnl in far frowning fi.rewt. and hxmt 'he,
niltnwHr lto-wlwf &reIV I"
IkrwwaM, f JT fWMtat.
rUitteriag frieaJ ftrtwtll forever.
Hope katb hung ier iarpt oe high .
F.rery effort or edtvcr, ,
Start tome terioui solbing ih.
Khen with wtrmeet wUhrt woofrtr- '
linger'd Wog kwti UngiiKl look.
Eileoee still suLlimeiy thewing,
Firmest toith for foimtkraook.
" Pkaelng proapectt prove preteetrng 4
V'-'inrrjmey w iniutr - r - -
Dcsrrtt drir defigbti direcfing ,
far from former frowning ftte.
Pkaaure'i pleasing path persuing,
That through tearlcts tiiwe I trtsd J
Vagrant virtue vsinly viewing,
he ttill pteudo shining shed.
raise fallacioui rrlend ffwell
Shalliortow'a aighi Kill silent tlecp t
To truant time thy trouble! tell,
VThy with wearied wanderings weep.
r n :. .n;..t mnr nn account of it
tnrth, tUae lot the e wellence of itt poetry :
.a vne oarnl aitrof.
cash u CHEPir.
Who eerie on credit does hut pve a iy
One half at leatt he sells from ly to diy 1
And more thin this, he loK.cutom too,
For once in debt, tbey trade no more with you,
Besides be rum the risk of being flogg d
Whene'er by him thcirmemoriei are jogg d 1
And worn than all, heels orrr head in debt.
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