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SALISBURY, N. C.....TUI
SDAY, JANUARY 8, 1828.
VOL. VIII NO. 30fj.
Hh Philo u nite.
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i'JIi)J.J.rii ?!-"" j l'' ''''ir'J'j.-'W-'.'-iw.,'
. ff'aAnfo,0rr. 24.
"I "tn the Senate, Mr. Benton Introduced.
: Vulome,expl4niWrr Remark th bill
7 to 14 graduate the price of the public lands
-and lo rede the refuse to the .States in
"-; which they lie which also elicited some
. explanationfc from Mr. Barton. Mr. Noble
1 fit rod u red - bi 1 1 f r tbe eon t inu at ion of
' the Cumberland Koad. Mr. Silsbee sub
' milted a resolution for the Increase of the
; naval force in the Mediierranean.'op ac
count of the piracies to which the com
merce of the United States is there sub
1 ' - In the Hew of llepresenativea,a great
'number of Hrsolutiona were offered.
Among others, Mr. Hamilton brougkt for
ward a resolution on the subject of relief
In those who suffered inconsequence of
me Allen and Svum f w w -,'-he
gave notice that he should call tip on
-th second-MondaX-in n.UH-T A t)i"
making partial appropriation for the lop-;
ort-of. the Government tor wuo, ."K
orihr compensation of members of Cou-
gress'Sn't Hhe expenses of tne uousc, w
' reported, rad three times and passcd.
Mr. P. P. Barbour, Irora the Commit
tee on (he Judiciary, reported a till to l
ter 'he timeof Wdiog the Bisuid.1 outts
Mid ordered to be engrossed and read a
"third time to morrow..
The House djoured till Thursday. .,
WtdnnAay, Dec 18 In the Senate,
Mr. RobSins introduced a bill providing
for the adjustment controversies arising
between the States and the United States.
The bill for dis'iibuting among the se
Teral States a portion of the revenues of
the United State" was referred to a select
committee of seven. Select committees
were also raised upon the claims of the
" " ;TiTnrarrtoTi of the revolution, upon
:;i7e,icir BpollAticms, and -tJpn the resolu
tion for the revnal and arrangement oi
rrlnViheshotlse ol Representivest Mr;
MitcbelU of Tennessee, oflTeted a resolu
tion relative to the removal of the Indians
rlo the West of the Misissippi, and placing
them under a Territorial government
Sever1 billi"were reported, and several
petitions reported on unfavorably. Among
hill renorted was one from the Select
Committee on tharaubject7V6"authDrirc
-ttr .oceVnatHW nhe..mooth of ihe Ore
on river. A bill was also reported by
onti of Florida who were residents when
-,T--iiAr. was Iransterreu - to-tms
-country, in J831 the right of voting in
ny elections of Legislative Council, Uel
cgate to Congress or any other officer.
Thundatj, Dec. 19 The bill ft abol
ish impmonmcnt for debt was taken up,
in Committe of the whole, and was advo
cated in a speech of consWcrable length,
by Mr. Johnson, of Ky.
'in th-- House of Representatives, a Bill
xft reported from the Committee on
public lands, granting relief to purchas
ers of the Public Lands which had rever
ted in consequence of the non-pavment
of the purchase money-
and Mr. Smyth offered joint resolutions
containing propositions for the amend
nient of the Constitution as relates to the
election of President, which were read,
and referred to a Committee of the whole
en the state of the Union.
MrTlfolrnes offered the following-reso-1
r-r-eh?rrfi That "the--'Secela'ry'6r-War
be instructed to lay before this House the
report of the Corps of Engineers directed
to survey the river Cape Fear, from Wil-
' mington to the Bar, agreeably to a rcso-
I . . . II St U !
lutloa pasaeqn tnis stousc
on the practicability end probable expense
of excavating a ship channel through the
Flats between these two points.
Committee on the Public 'Buildings,
r,Wd vesterdsv, us Mews. Van
Rensselaer, Evetett, Oarrow, Taliafcrror
FOREIGN INTELUGESCE. -Letters
'of the 25th Oct. from Zante,
announce thai Ibrahim Pacha, upon being
informed of the memorable action at Na
Tarino, fell back upon Coron, and put to
the , sword all the Greek prisoners, men
women and children, which he had held
in captivity fifteen months. " According
to custam," say these letters, " the monks
and priests were crucified or burnt at a
slow fire. Details are given on this sub.
iert which make one tremble, but ever
thing seems to Indicate that the last hour
of the Egyptian tiger his arrived. , The
English; French and Russiin flags (luted
on the 24th on the ramparts of Navarlno.
Christian t i pie Alliance.
datedaf arino, .October 2 J1.!; It U im
possible to describe the enthusiasm crea
Jed monittT br tbe aimiliUaAian7j)Jflve
Turkish flset.The; triost noble emulation
was displayed by the vessels of the three
allied powers ; each one rivalled the oth
er in carrying assistance to any ally in
danger. In this respect, English, French
and Russians have claims to each other's
Immediately after the" destruction of
the Turkish fleet at Navarino, the allied
commanders despatched fast sailing ves
sels to Smyrna, whence expresses were
to he despatched to Constantinople to ap
prize their countrymen of the event, and
enable them to provide for their safe
ty before the intelligence could reach
the Sultan. Other vessels followed those
first despatched, to aid in the protection
of the European residents.
The raris Journal du Commerce, says
'Perfect nccord seems to prevail be-
iarn .ja rjihinrU nf F.ntrlinil. France
and Austria, upon the maintenance oi
the repicsctiiative Ciovcrnment in Portu
gal!,Vc1, adds the Monitcur, "record
with pIcsjUTC this phrase among the
truth of the dav.
Th-tTfBnte Don Miguel was expected
in LondonTii all November on Ills wiy to
Lisbon where he is to assume the reins ol
Portugal About twenty of his household
servants have arrived at Portsmouth. .
fKA- M.-:.vA(.lv,r-Tlea will hf? MD-
ular V ircrov in Ireland. I lis court will DC
upheld by a gieat nufoWf Engfisn- mj -
biliiynd bv magnificence and hospuaii
ty. The latter is an Irish virtue, and
Irishmen both prctie and honor it. ...
One of the toimmenes columns mat
are to suppott the gillerv of the church of
llome.airived in the Tiber in ihe begin
ning of Octobei ; so immense a mass of
stone has not been seen since "heYime of
the ancient Romans. It length is 52
Roman palms, and its circumference about
ZTtSunod of IVrti Ttimieiitt convened
at ashviile:onttie siK uTt."Tlolferesfhig"
Revivals of Religion were reported Irom
m,ni roHbe Churche-, and the Synodir.al
Narrative states, that thefc heVet had be
fore been, within the same length of time,
so muth attention' to the means of grace,
and so many additions to the church, as
during the last year. It was a, subject of
regret, however, that this moral renova
tion had not been universal within their
hound : and that some sections, profes-'
sors of relicwiTnwPe
dispoiition ip. the customs and. in some
instances, to ihe vices of the world. Er-
rors in senttmeiu and' pracitce-ytt. pre
vailed to "a great degree, ,and jpuIJy'nIed
for "the earnest :"'prVyefs''and" steady" vrgl:
lance of the icopIs of "God for their aup-
We have been fvored with the perusal
of a letter from Paris, dated the 12th sill,
which says, that the news of the deslruc
tion of the Turkish fleet was received in
that capital with the utmost enthusiasm ;
but that an impression prevailed that its
effect would be to exasperate the Porte
still more. ' Aat Jour.
Ircmh .avy -. late London paper,
in allusion to the French Navy, says :
"The government of France appears
to be making great exettions to recover
its Navy, and to become again a formida
ble naval power. We hjve frequently
alluded to the nctiviry displayed in the
ffocTfYardsTat Urcsrand-Fonlony trrbutt-
large ships has also been proceeded with
in a very rapid manner at Cherbourg.
The brig Doris which sailed from Bal
timore on the 10th tilt, for Liberia, had
on board owe hundred and Jive tmigrantt
for the colon'. The on Nautilus which
will soil in a few days will carry one ntin-
drcd eighty of whom are from the state
of North Carolina. We are happy to
learn from the Repository that the contri
butions to the friends of the society have
amourysed within th lait ractfvthvtoncftrly
A work has recently,, made its appear
ance under the title of.M A Voyage to the
Moon," in which are satirized the various
follies of the wise, which have from lime
to time made their appearance.
The allusions re not alWays very clear,
but they are generally fortunate. ' The
work is amusing tnd well written.
SliEEP, MJA UFACTVRtS, Ue.
We are pleased to team (says the Ra
leigh Register of the 4th Dec.) from sev
eral of our Members of the General As
sembly,' that plans are forming in differ
ent sections of Ihe State h our tntellitrent
flocks of sfyeep, and also Tor establishing
cotton and woollen manufactories, as f lie
mntl likola nuini rf rtiinf? tkmttt.pi
fromltbe pressure which they have for
sed prices oftver' igTjcultBrBl product;
They are "now convinced, that those of
our sister states whose citliens are partly
engaged in manulactures, as well as in
commerce, succeeded much better in
providing the necessaries and comforts of
life for themselves and familes than they
are able td do from agriculture alone, and
have therefore wisely come to the deter
mination of following their example,
possessing,' as they do, equal, if not supe
rior advantagee both for raising sheep
and carrying on manufactures. The ad
vantages which they - have for raising
sheep are, the cheapness of our lands and
the .shortness of our winters. In the
northern States, lands suitable for the pur
pose of supporting these animals, cannot,
we presume, be purchased for less than
ten dollars an acre ; here it can be hd for
five months in the year; here, not more
than as many weeks. . Our advantages
for engngintr in manufactures are equal-.,
ly great. We have water power to any
extent" Which would be rccjtiired, and the
raw material at our doors. "Arrd we heard
a gentleman state, a few days ago, who
had visited the northern manufactories
with a view of obtaining information on
the-ntrbjccti that'in working a cotton man
uTactory'o'rTuW spihTTTes," in ' this. State.
Vy-Tneans of slave tt
ten years, there would, be a saving ol
216,000, in this article of labour alone,
w ken com pared with 4 he cost of ,W.or.kuyi.,
the same at, the Ntrth. besides saving
about 2 1-2 cents a b on the cotton used
during that period. J
The great difliculy in raising sheep in
this country heretofore, has been to pre
serve them from being destroyed by
dogs. But this danger will now be abol
ished, by keeping large flocks and em
ploving shepherds to wstch over them.
How much preferable would a course
of this kind be. to cultivating a jealous,
discontented "spirit towards our more in
dustrious and enterprising brethren of
the Ntorth, and how much more honoura
ble and useful to our State !
- filinitttr fa -LonJon. The - American
CetuineL mentions a Deport as circulating
in Philadelphia, that Mr. Clay the Sccre
larv of State, is to-stcceed Mr. Gallatin
in the Mission to the. Court of St. James,
and that Mr. Sergeant is to be made Se
tcretary of State.-" Th Editor of the New
fYork Evening Post h
rrom Washington, w
his received a letter
hineton, which says " I: is
rumored here that the Hon WajYte) VVel--
ster ' is to be appointet Minister- toEirg-
The Mends of Gen Jackson in Indiana,
will hold a Convention at the seal of gov
ernment of that State, on the 8:h of Janti-1
ary next, to nominate suitable persons to j
be supported as candidttea for elections, j
The Marriage Quettion.K few weeks
. L 1 i
since wc inscrec an arncic wnicn was1
- ST 1
going the rounds, stating that the .ew
York Presbytery hadlinanimously decided
to erase the section of the confession of
fait hi forbiJding a mbn to marry his de
ceased wife's sister.) The last N. York
Observer states thationthe 30th of May,
the sense of 68 Prejbyterics on the sub
ject was communicated to the General
Assembly, 5') of whifch were found to In
aeainst the erasure! and 18 in favor
About-the lOth of-Jtne,4be same- qutami k
,nn r.m n n he.fore the General Svnod
.fih Reformed Uulch Church, and was!claw In'nmer,
decided in the tame manner, djj vote oi
..... . r
41 to 15.
The United Slates' schooner Grampus,
arrived at New-York on the 15th ult. in
nine days frdrffM atsnzasrwtth th
mains of the late Lieutehant Men, who
was killed a few years ago, in defending
the commerce of his country against the
pirates who at that time infested the Mex
ican Gulf. The body will be convey ed to
Hudson, his native place, and. then inter;
- A Societr called the NcrthCaroHiia'
and Dumb, has been lormed in Kalcigh,
of which the Governor is f resident
A lady is delivering course of public
lectures, in London, to crowded audiences,
on the "morality of the Christian reli-Bipn."
SALISBURY, XOIITH CJROLMJl,
BY kzkA allimoko.
i fpiilS elegant ealabluhment, sitiisted
faVZVs I at the north corner of the Ootirt.
rll Jl louse, has been recently repaired and
tted up innwj
ccpltoi) of (imanr'J he graatcat- pajna fiive-
beA fatrn in nmnir. tm tin. .f alil!.Knnn
Ke 'Jurmture V everVerTn1
f DWred "icrVanfi Wire' hlr L-tit irifll rrr.
the. ttaUeii- ttemled bv oIrrrmar".arul.atteatit
'!Hie:towriiift.we K thii isjuatlon Is
equal to any in the place. Hie house contains
a number of private rooms. ;k! out-hmtsea, well
calculated for the accommodation of 1'ravellen
and Boarders. Attached to which, there is a
Dry Goods and Book Store.
To thoe who may please to call on him. he
amtires tlu m that no painir will be spared to
render heir sfay conifortable and plentjiifr.
L Solithttry, .V. V. S,pt. 17. 18-7. 82
E. WTLLEY tc CO.
(".it the Si$n oftlte .Von.ir and Pettle,)
n.sVK just received from New
York. hrge supply of
which, together with their firmer utock, make
their present imorl merit replete uiih the moat
worthy of public patnnupr, they now ofli-r for
sale, H'luilcsalc uml Ki-tnil, the itbove Medicine,
&e. on tlie niiiKt reniriiille lernii.
PkyiitHiHs- in thintectum nl' the country, as
we'l as tliiMt to the wt-stward, who, heretotore,
have b-rn in lh Imliil of tuiinlyincr thiinsliii
will find it for their intra to eirmirfe the rf- i
fort of the preent proprietors, in making this j
a useful and permanent stand
N. B. Ortlrrt carefully and punctiialW pot uj
srreeablvlo directions'; ancTon tfie sfiortest no-
Tt(K"XaniihiH:x:-m,: isiT ;' i-
Ihve in part received their FALL Kt'Pl'LY of
li VilvlViO . ,wo s,1l's ,,re ,Iie n"1 celebrated in the UnL
pnFw-rttti'1s'tpWV'4-t atriwt'' f 4jMc&fcir,
1 during the enm.m week, which thev oiler , I.ntr.l al.opa, in h.lsdelph.a. Fie.h ncks.
to their trk-mls and the public in general, ' l,,,r ''hirioiid. and PeteraUirw, irg , he alio
for C.ISil. I heir Htock will consist in part of
(fJllU New-Orlean. St. ( niix and Porto
4 Kico Sugars, "25 bhls Inuf and lump do.
40 A prime Ijiguym tJoflee,
H hag Mountain St. Ilomingo do.
5 do. Pepper,
50 pii;res cojton nagging. 42 inches,
, 25 cotl bale Hope.
1 box choice f'avrndih. Votntceo,
7i bbl apple Uratidy'JJ do. Rye Whikey,
10 do. N.-H. Hum 10 do Amento tiiii,
5 lilids Jamaica spirit
3-do. Antigua Kunw-1 da. SUnib, , .
f pipe nldCofr'c. Bratuly; favorite fomdr,)
3 do. old Reliedam Kin,
- i oiiar catks Tent-rifle,
5 do. do. Sherry,
i pipe oiu Madeira, YlT.S
n ogu pipcaawcei siirapn.
10 do. quar. casks do.
2 onar. casks old Port,
in ron. j. j
r C I.stist NroaT
n boxen Imperial,
4 do. V. Hyson
1 hlid. Cotitieras.
1-certwM, HtMtgsl liMligio packugc of frum
.j U i . T - .
" '5o"' kegs llrange Powiier.
1 box Mustard (for fimity use)
5 bpvs sperm Candle?,
5 casks choice f.'Oshcn Chee?e,
1 cak Kpom Salts, (warranttil genuine)
10 ki'( ground (iinR-rr,
1 I.M. hil.sdelphis Starch,
.V hags shot, aMHorted Numliors
lUl m a bole, half and i tiirter !.. fi i-h Ma
lap Hainili", warraiiteiT Ti rse," 5ml ttrt1I
worthy 'he n'ti'nti'm of families,
iH tons nssor d Swedes Iron,
1000 bii'beb l iv. rMkl Salt.
Willi manv other article in iheir line.
.f 7 kiwit of Country I'i tdutc tah n in p.nnunt.
10 cases oflVOOl. HA IS,
9 do. fine for do.
4 do. wool and cotton Cards,
. ,13 pieces twilled lURro t'lolh, . .
10 reams writing Paper,
Knivca ai.d forks, hutrlu rs knives, shoe knives,
lfinhb. hlad d P:n and ock kniv.-s,
pad lock, stock locks, ;un lock
Km, lilmr. s. wimk! screws, hone
Ulu-en Clears, ktvholr. tenant and I. a ..I aw,
aiiil :T(f tprt axev bmg
I .. u
and Yankee cxiJIce mills.
Tinr. tiuifMiiX. uuni
; .,Vel.tord,-pnll chains, screw
aurcrs. gouges and chissel. chct hinges, shoe
. .n,L . ui mill ftlai
iUlMl WDif curry ium,
. . a . S . i..vinir
l,in.. olated snur
boxes, spectarles and cases, black-lead an I
r..n,:k Kntrli-h slateg, hoses soap, t.cn
and cat Steel, casting,
rs.i.e Cliains. I
blacksmith's hammerg, &c. kc. &c.
Well worthy the attention ol Country ,'vler.
chant, as they will he ld low for cah to ebae
iiiik I tirv in i "
lie. Ochher 23, 1S27.
" .1- ...afstil
nii j w. iiiLiiiAitw, -
tM fcCTarW'ewpdly 4o. intitatn the
1 1 cit'uen of Davidson couniy, mi ne m
i fiw.artnient of ; W
ri,l ernects to receive within a few wck, Trtf
PhiliuUlnliio.d New-Vsrk;,Hnj.srtment more
estensive than ha ever readiedTtfiis country
and he pledges bis time and talent v in future.
4 entirely to is proletsion. lie n-e ......
1c""r ' . il..' .t...;i,ii 'in mli, wilh
years experience-in mc ;irui"..
that patronage which a man should, whose
whole mind. ia devoted to it. His charges sha!
never exceed those made by other medical
getttTemen. .wf ?7, 1R7 H
t MANSION HOUSE. ,
lit public are reprctful)y informed
that tha .Vaimim Unit.- will ha
J"5. fl .rtadv for the rteentinn of travellers and
othrr, on the 1st of Ja-mary net,----..
To persons twet'J ;'g"with, or a ithoot faTni
liri, who msv wih avoid the noi and htutl
inHoVnr tt WrreKtttirrr xchrA rlr vpmtr"
ue niir, int nansinn iinuse oni-rs q'icr rcrme.
kept eonttantly sunnlied with nrorendcr of eve
ry kilxL-aftd a cartful ami mtteoHv Ottler will
be at mII timet in resdinen to perform h da-
T6w ttoarclers wnuJJ be accnnim'jdated. ami.-,
frery attentionin tti""powcr of he conductor
to reifler them conifortalilo nhall be' invariably
given: JOHN MAC COLL.
Vamihm, S. C. ftfc.TM. 1827.- 4t98
LAND FOR SALE.
PI KSUANT to a. decree of the Court of
Etii(y for Kowxn cotinty, will be sold on
the premiiies, on the 15th dv of January neat,
a Tract of Land containing 180 acres, adjoining
Kranri Gibson and others, near Stirewall'a Mill
in said cuunty, on a credit of 6 md 12 months,
t.v RM L. filf.LIMAN, e. m. .
I'lVE DOLLAItS UEWAKlT
KAN away from the suberi!er, on the J4Ui
instant, 'ihomm F.nu; a mulatto, bound to
me to Itarn the rahinct business, ami can work
pretty well ( he it a bright mulatto, about 5 feet
6 indie high, between 19 and 20 years old ; had
on a blwk fur lint, pale blue mixed homespun
coatee. All person are forbidden to harbor,
employ, or trust l.im, at the peril of the law
H"n.Hmvf.rin:Wl-?Vi'Lb civen for Jiia.appre
Iiih cui.niiement in any jsil in the Mate.
SaMurw, -r. 2iM. 18?7. 3t97
NK of tha aubkceiben (Thoona V. Canon S
rf ' f-hsvnsrmnrnf d !H)m"Tlilttrlphia7 with "
sir the faithiona of the 'dav I and wishes to in.
form the' public, that w hile at the nortli, he
pent principal part of his time with the mo?C
tt-l'.'brjited T','lr.sof the city, (especially SWaur..-.
Robb & tvinrhrciiiier, ami MesM. 'Cjmfles C.
Vvii stiii & 'Song 'Pwliere he wbi ted a piirtTcin of
li tit)c, for ll' purpose-of gu'iHing nvne infor-.-
muttfin vni.f-4iti lb. m.iKi.r . .ta-kifl. -mu
,, ft ' aA ma.iennr .l,.!.
came tliroiijrh Haltimorc and H'tih'mgt'Hi City,
and examined the fashions in a'l those places.
The iliKcrihrri (Thos, V. Cauon and Ilenja
min IValev) can now assure the public, that
they arr prepared to accommodate any gentle
man, in a very hort time, in as fashionable and
neat a ntyle, as ran be hail in any of the above
mentioned plart i; and as to durability, they -kno
their work will excel any. And they will
do their work as reasonable as anv in this sec
tion olcoimir v. THOMAS V. CSNON,
-OtLVJAMlN Fit I LB Y.
Canard. Srfu. 1. 1827. 9H '
WVm ALFItKI) . M.AC AY.
TFlMK subscriber hnving qualified as Eiecp
' I. tor of the lust w ill ami it stam-nt of Alfred .
Macav, late of Salisbury, dee'd. desires all per'
sons iiidebttd to said dee'd. to make payment
with as little delay as possible and all persons
having claims ai;aTi)gf the estate, will present
'tlvem, U-gallv authenticated, for .settlementg
within the time limited by act of assembly, other
wise t)ii notice will he pled in bar of their re
covery. MMF.S MYt HST J." RreeV.
r.JVW..22JV..ia27.r J .l3rtDgl ..
rllHK snbtcrilxT having qualified as adminit.
I ira'ir o'ii tliejestale pf Jolfit'lIoHaltlsoB
dee'd; late of liowan coants, M. C; with the Wllt
annt ved, deairrs. all peraons indebted to said
estate to make payment with as little drlay aa
fMMwilile i ami all person having claim against
the estaler are desired to present -theni, legally
authenticated, within the time limited by Act of
At&enihlv, otherwiae this notice will be plead irs
bar of their recovery.
I! IK'S liKID, Jdmiiiiitrntor.
. KtcenUr. 14A. !8i7. -.. , 93 ...
" FoitTY DOLLARS KF.WAKD.
R AN sway from the iubsrriblrr, on the 1st of
Mav last, iuv Ktgr Boy CP.OHCE, about
2Ci or 17 ears of age, smooth black skin, plea
sant countenance '-svinp one of his finecrs so
inj'iied by a machine as renders it useless, and.
as well as recolli-cted, ijsiite doubled up in hi
hand; and 5 (Vet 10 or 11 imhes high. Said
buy belongs to the estate of Jes'e Wren, dee'd.
now in 'lie care of the subscriber, and lawful
atrent of said estate. It is supposed he intend
making bi w ay to some free state. The above "
reward will be paid on his delivery tome, in
Lancaster I listrict, S. C. or lodged in any jail in
Nortli Carolina. Virginia or Slarylund, so as I
receive him ; or il taken in South Carolina.
X)fmtrer 4rtrHW". 3mtl
liOOK I'. IN DING.
Til K siii)scnlier n gpcr.tl'ully informs the cit
izt ns of Saliabury, and the iurrounling
rouiitrv, that be has established a o Hmilcvj
in -nl tow n, on Main Mreci, a lew uoorg goutil
of the Court-House : where he will be thankful
,'. .a1.-. -. r ., .i
IO receive anT mini w-irn in ,n-f ,ittc wi
From a number ol years experience, in turopei
and America, he feels confident otbeini; able t(
give entire satisfaction to all those who may fa
vor him with anv description of JtimMkg. ...
Blunlc ttuoki made to order, after any patteria
furnished, on abort notice, and at prices whicli
no one cau. complain of.
'lT' tUO- AIaasW,-iwtfer plain or wpm6:
tal, on the niOMt .innderte terms. All orders
from disiaiice.fa'ithfuHyatteoded to.- thm pW
Vonage of "the "public ; is repectfully solicited bf
their obedient servant,
JOHN IT. TIE ' CA RTcnRTV 7
n,'.,ir-, .y'tril 'htU, 1827.
JSCO' t' T .S NAI'ULl'.t lS. - v ;
i K copy ol this work (new) for sale, ay u
f unce !es llisn the ongtiiai casi. App
the office of the WesTern Carohmao:
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