f I I
CAiMl WANTKU I
fllllR subscriber has declined rre.Msf his
X U.xvU. ami rrntirsts those indebted to him,
t make pajment against the first of rVbruary
het, m longer Indulgence need not be expect
ed. Iwillsoll '
At reduced prices hrrraitrr, flr cm stow.
.TflMtrv, AW , 1837. VI
TIIEpubhe are respectfully informed
' that h .1fdnn if. will be
LT!LL'v hr Ihe reception of traveller end
ethers, on'fhfTsf 6nitlliW7 eetjwsr-.
-.Upftreoot-lfUKllinf. .rth, 9I5,.h,l'm'
Ti m ha miv i,h lo void the Mt ana BUU
Incident to Hotel having attached lo It pub.
he Bar, the Mansion House, oiler tytteVrrpoai.
IM Steele, Bttecnea ioin premnri, m -jw
kept constantly supplied with provender of en-
Kkind. end i careful end attentive Ostlef will
"af elTTImcTln redrotM(.o perform the V
tiwof biKtloir.- - ' '. '"
Town boarders would be icommouated. end
every attention In tlte power of the conductor
to render thea comfortable shall be Invariably
JOHN MAC COI.L,
CNlVERStTY NOIlTIt CAftOLWA.
OltDIN'ANCtl adopted by Die Hoard of
truster at their, enmitd meeting lit thia
eltvoitthaltohlmit. , '
Jl it Ot-AiintJ, Uc. Lt. That the dreis or the
Student! shall hereafter be uniform, end shall
coinlst In lummtr of e coatee in color of a grey
mixture, and of waistcoat end trowiert of while
nd In sinter, of coatte, wai.teoat and trotters,
ofedk frejr mixture.-
The ue of bixrti it prohibited, end It U recoov
mended to the Students to consult plainness,
economy end neatness in ere? pH of their
PRotbIf In this ordinance shall extend to the
!re of the Senior CU t the commencements.
Kor stall it extend or epply to eny Students who
shall have aherdy JiroWdprf or may hereafter.
provide himself with apparrcl according to ad
ordinance adoted et Chapel Hill in June but,
for which th ebeva tccUul uttUnarC If e tub.
J'tfjUilxJ. by . order f the PrenJml the
hard. ' 'i-"W:'Tr
tutrix, wr iay.-v-."r-,--7t-
VamUn, S. C. Ve . Yld, 1827. 498
ESTATE OF JOHN pOXALDSON.
THE eubacriber bavins qualified M adminia
tra'or on the relate of John Donaldwn,
lec'd. late of ftowan county, N. C. with the Will
annexed, drairra all prraoni indebted to eail
ettate to make payment with a fittle drlay at
powible f end ell pertone having claima ajraimt
the cfate, are den red to present then legally
utbtriiieated, within the lime limited by Act of
Attembly, otherwite this notice will be plead in
bar of their recover?.
KUFUA RKID, Admimtirattr.
Dtermirr 14A, '8.7. 3
TUT ubarriber rrtpectfully infurmi the cit
liene fit Sahtbury, and the turrountlinfr
country, that be he eetablithed a Both INntUrw
in Mid town, on Main Street, a few door aouth
of the Coort-llotitei where he will be thankful
to receive anv kind of work In hi line of buainrai.
myroei trmmbrr of yeare eipericnce, in Europe
- and America K(laconfiiIcnt Of beiny able to
five entire ealifaction t all those ho may fa
vor him with any deacription of ItinJing.
Bknk Bkt made to order, after any pa'trm
ftirnithed, on abort notipe, and at pricca 1ich
no one can complain of.
Old hki Rcbwnd, eitlicr pUTii or orrumm. f
rrtatw tbet most . moderte term. All orlrr
from a diatance, faiUifciDy attended tf.mT'5,
. ronagr of the public iayepectfully aolicittd, by
SAUSJiURY, MittTH CJHUU.Y.i,
UT KZRA ALLBMONO.
j, - rTIHH elegant establithment, aituated
uZ7 L at the north comer of the Court.
Vl jL"0U,e " rtn recently repaired and
fitted up in a new and nrprrior etyle, for the re
ception of Comjiany. I he greateat paint hare
been taken to procure for this rftablwhment
new furniture of every clereription, necefary
fur the comfort of Traveller! j the mot ap.
proved aervantt have been trlvcted with great
care i the bar Hocked with choice liquora, and
the ttablee attended by obliging and attentive
hostler. The convenience of thia aituation it
equal to any in the place, lite houae contain!
a number of private rooms, ami out-hotiera, well
calculated for the accommodation of Traveller
and Boarders. Attached to which, there it a
Dry Goods and Bock Store.
i o iImmc who may please to call on him, he
assures them that no paina wilt be spare-! to
render their stay comfortable and pirating.
Sulh'nirt, a: r. S,pt. 17. 18 7. 2
I BC.VC.UJSr.lt, i Jl CULM sea.
at; tsoii eooo,
I remember, I remember
the house where I was born, -The
little wlrtdo where the, ma.
Came peeping is mom
. lie never teme ! too soon,
Nor brought two.lwg I day
put now I otten 'h iliat night
Had borne my breath away f
I remember, I remembei
The iwe red and bite,' .. ,
The vilett, and the lily-cupt
Those ftowert mdo of fight j ,
i -.The Klacks where the robin btiHy ,
And when m brother act '
-Tte hbovwent es hi birUuUy, .
The tree le Kvinf yetf '
wX, t reflieraeri t remember ':
Vbere I wae ! to iWingT" 3
And thought te air must rush at fresh
" To ewatlosn ea the vinft -My
tpitil tee In feathen then,
TUat is so heavy now,
And ijmme poo' could hardly cool
The fever on my brow f
I remetnen I remeber
The fir tres dark and high i
1 used to dink their slender tope
Were clse againtt Ihe akyt
It wu a ,'hildiab ignorance.
Hut now 'tis little joy
To knot I'm farther off from beav'a
Than vben I wu a boy.
their obedient servant,"
JOHN II. DE CARTERET.
fltfoAwf, Jnf28A. 1827. 61
Stale tf ' r&anllw, Burkt rounlf :
S1TKRIOR Court of Law. Pejitemher term,
1837. Lidia Beach f. Elijah Kcach j iti
rtrtt. On motion, it was ordered, that adver
tisement be made for three months in the Ka
letrtt Register and Western Carolinian, tlut
Elijah Beach appear at the next Superior Court
of Law to be held for Burke county, at the
court-bonae in Morganton, on thr 4th Monday
Of March next, the a and there plead, antwer or
demur, or the petition will be heard exparte.
- Teat i WM. W. EHWIN, CT.
Price al. g3. 3mt9J
Siait fJftrH-VurtUna, ; hrdrtt timtf r
KOBEB r II. CARSON tw. Havid Carson, An.
drew Carson, William Carton, Eleaxnr Car;
eon, Mary Canon, Joel Wetbrrly and hit wife
Marearet, Jamel Scott and bit wife Martha, and
Samml Carton i Petition for Ihe tale of the real
tttae of Samuel Carton; deceased. It appear.
fog to the satisfaction of the court, that the de
fendants in this case reside without the Iin.it of
thia stute, h hi therefore ordered that publica
tion be made for six weeks successively in the
Wevti nt Carolinian, printed in Salinbun, giving
notice to said defendants to appear at next term
iraid jwtirt to be held for the county of Iredell,
on the 5ih Mdiidarafterihe-4th Afomhiv-tn--
, JJarch next, at the court-house in Statesville, and )
blead, anawer, or demur to said petition, or the
- samn'wIH be taken rr emtAM, end heard ea
parte ss to them. Witness John tihat clerk
and master of our said court, at office, this 30th
Dec. A. I). 1827 JOHN MI'SHA r, r . .
ROW AN Count v Court November sessions,
lfi27 Uaniel Caaey n. W illrt 0:i-v j
origioa al'achment, levied in the hands of David
tjey, and summoned him as garnishee. It ap
- tearing '0 the satisfaction of the court, that the
defendant is not an inhabitant of this state, on mo
tion of the plaintiff by counsel, ordc red, thaf
pubhcation be made in tlie Western Carolinian
tor six weeks, that m.less the defendant appear
at the Halt county court .to. be held for the
' county of Rowan, U tUeourl-Jionse jn Salisbury,
on tbe third Monday ot rebruary next, and re
plevy or plead to said suit, judgment will be
entered for the plaintiff's demand, and a decree
of condemnation of the attached effects.
6t97 JOHN' GILES, Wl:
State f JWrtk-Caftina, Jlthe county :
SUPERIOR Court of Law, September term,
1837. Msjory Bald in t. Elisha Baldwin ;
Petition for divorce. W hereas, it appears to
the tatisfaction of the court, that the defendant
ie an inhabitant of another state, it therefore
ordered by the court, that publication be made
for three montba in the Haleigh Register and
Western Caronnian, that the defendant appear
at the next Superior Court Of Law to be held
for ihe. county of Aehe, at the court-house in
Jeff, raon, on the third Monday of March next,
aneTTTieirind there plead,-anwtr or dmur
-- - -' E. VTZLLEX & CO.
(At tl fiipt ttft Mvrtcr mnd Fettle, J
I" AVE just received from New
rzf Vwk, a large supply of
AtrJkine. an J
which, together with their fwrr stoelc, mn'ice
Tl'ii'ir pre icnt a'ttorfmc wt irptete w4l4he -mst
valuable fitt'Urine sold in mir eonntry. As they
nre determined to make tliii esiabli.hnynt
rthy of pabfic patnnxgc, they now offer for
sale. Wholesale and Retail, the above .Vedii inn,
i!c. on the mrf'st reasonable terms. .
Plattery'ta perfect mistress of her art
With piclkxk-keyt to open every heart i
What mrtal can withstand tbe fire of Hatterjr f
No one I 'tit such a most successful battery,
No head, however thick, resists its shot
Vet eadi pretends to it! what sot!
Dunce (altera dunce, and thus in Faroe they rite
On r amy's ving, self-nounted, to tbe skies.
- 111 1 - .
raow raa ascaa (sao.) rttteaara.
' December. Ho the Earth, tailing
off in thr ecliptic, tnrni up codwayt
towrd the Sun, and npens her " po
Ur orifice to hit inquiiitire evei.
Now the great luminary. I iwcrine- hit
rsyt, takes a peep Into the bowels of
thecoicave spheres." Now out ruslt
es old lioress, brisuioa like a wild
tpar, and fierce as a svhipsaw. Now
the guilty stars "wioVslHy at each other,
and hide their fares as the chaste mflOi.
stalks by them. Now the moons
cranium presents nwful bumna to the
fir . ..' . i . i . . . u . . - I . . . r
i nvuiiam mi una rmun m iiic cn nnrv, ui nhnn nniii T
II ... .1 I ,. I. ,..r I r"""'s .v...m, uHvui, no
have b en in the habit of sunnlvinp themselves ! V ,Dter cnned With SDOW, extends
wjth Medicines from the north, and eUewhere, i his domini.int, and rules with a rtd of
will liml it for their inieret' to encourage the et
fort of the present proprietors, in making this
a useful and permanent stand.
N. B. Ordtrt carefully and punctually put up,
tjrreeablv to directions; and on the shorten no
tire, fiathhurt,, ,Yar. SOfA, 1827. KJ
Have in part received their FAIL M'PPLY of
ea a. -
ice. row rrost, like a poor rela
tion, makes his annual visit, destroy
ing all before him. Now Hail, Sleet
nd Snow. Eke duns, meet us at our
thresh-hcld, and h.ng on to our coat.
sleeves. Now xold, likca guilty con-f
i 3l.iL LILl . a dUDL.l BI UAtStS B 11 1 aril IB Ba II X Bra tv
GTVOCTaUIlS i fof leethr Now the nih wind svhis.
PflHB whole of which is expected to arme
X during the eosning week, which they offer
to their friends and the public in general, tut
for CtSff. 1 heir stock will cowtint in part of.
the follow ing
C)fHhila.Nea-Orlrans..bl, Croix and Porto
JJ Rico Su(rans 2J bbli loaf and lump do.
40 hhd prime Iguyra Coft'ee,
10 bars Mountain Stl Dotnidro do.
J"3i. PepperT '
50 pieces cottm Pagjin0,,43 ind.es
' 25 coil bale Rope, '
I bbt ehtffee tvendl Tobaeeoi
' 7$ bbls apple Brandy?, do,' Wve Whiskey,
10 do. N. P Rum .10 do. American tJin,
5 hhds Jnmuica Spirit?,
3 do. Antigua Rum 1 do. Shrub,
6 pipes old Cog'c Brandy, (fuvtite branth,)
3 do. old Schedam Gin,
5 fliiar caska IVnerilTe,
5 do. do. Sherr),
2 pipe old Madeira,
8 lulf .pipes sweet Malaga,
10 dri 'Cjttar-.-Bsls 4a
ties through the unsealed cabin, and
the greedv hearth devours huge wood,
piles. Now fe-itherbcds are comforta.
blc and old bachelors and antiquated
spinsters throw side-glances towards
The following (sys a London pa
per) are the names of the trees planted
in St. Peter's Church Yard, with their
symbolical descriptions I
Cedar of Lebanon. It being the
tree) selected by Solomon for building
the temple of Jerusalem.
Weeping ttVfow.A native of Bab.
yloo, and the tree on which the un
happy Israelites hung their harps when
the bemoaned the lost of Jerusalem.
,. Sycamore. The tree on which
Zacchcus climbed to set Christ on bis
way to Jerusaleajr.tr-.-
,. TAtrn. To rcmiod ui of the crown
1 Mpen.li being the tree of which
the Cross is said to bave been formed,
Ifm. The principal papyraceous
tret of the ancients, and on the bark
of which the Scriptures were probably
Ash. Esteemed a acred' tree ' in
ancient times, and the one to which
the Serpent is said to have a strong
Plane. The favorite tree of the
Greeks, and under whose shade the
Athenian philosophers retired to
Birch. The tree from which the
L'tctors made their fasces.
Elm. The funeral tree of the R
man's, and the roffin timber nf Dristor.
Cyprett.Tht funeral tree of all
Tew. " The sacred Yew, so fear'd
in war i and a tree consecrated and
dedicated to the grave.
teca felt tr. i Lrr a ita.
son, strolled into die iX.a-, and very
deliberately engrosstd "Ur only super
numerary chair a very genteel com,
panion forsooth, and a worthy !
There he sat with all the orifices and
emunctories that emptied themselves,
or claimed outlets upon the surface of
his noddle, open, wide open, gaping
stating, harkrniug, and makiug wr
efforts to think. For the space of ait
hour, he spake not. There he sat
and stared like the everlasting Ia
in the mansion of Lord Fitzgsilyhog.
magaul. Now and then the busy type
setters would exchange shre wd rima
visiter set and stared. We thouans
of Black wood ;nd iUbiimghlriurr
themes. Ihe nan was perfectly so, ,
ber, and perfectly at home he appeal
ed 6 yofoptnatt io bts oo- mace. "1
ment. His countenance bespoke a--
variety r,f clumsy ruptures and terrific
enjoyments, oddly mixed together s
but his tongue lav motionless uoon
bis nether grinders, while he sat. anrf
s j j '
stereo, ana aecaiccj ui ruminate. The
pauae was awful 'i was past allendu.
rsnce, the fidgets were fast taking hold
of fingers that rattled am ng the types
and a sudden fit of cramp crooked our
very quill. At length the stranger
moved and snrrzed and coughed.
symptoms indicative of speech. He
raided Ms right arm, then the remain.
der of his body, and stood, and star
ed again. He spoke, and never did
human accent touch tbe ear of sus
pense more mellifluously.
" I aay, mhter, d'ye make here f
Arbor Vttce. Alth ueh the tree of
life, it shows that immortality is not Wend, we make newapaDara.
the lot of ny thing terrestrial. 1 wwrt bu natt'
IhUey. As being used in the de-l . '
cor .lion of churches at sacred festivals. new m(H,e of dmioistenng mei.
Box. The pUnt formerly used in is now rapidlv gaining groun! in
the feast of the Purification of the Bles- Lte"nnv. instead of the large d ics
led Virgin. J Pr?i,f!!t.?'J C0UDtry, veryjoinuto
Poplar. A plant held sicred by quanuues re . given, and as It aceroi,-
he Romans, and the tree usi d to 1 trtejuently with good effect. So small a
mark the boundaries of their lands... Jatf l0" Wuc P,U a JOth P" of
MableThc tree of which the bowl l Ts some times administered s
of hospitality was formed in the days and f'u,Pnate "f quinine a medinne
of yore. of which the ordinary dose here is three
Pine. And the tall pine for fu- ?r "r R"" -20h part of the graio
Da utile lignum
is ordered. It is difficult to eorreivi
how so little medicine produces a v n
sible effect j but if It is really found t
answer, the practice must be very ben
eficial in debilitated persons, who are
I . a - '
I aa I hia Aimlvu f a . . a . & I I
was consecrated to "" y ncijucnuy scmspeeauy
io me grave oy medicine.
" The ueful pine for ships."
To thee I consecrate the pine.
pagan days it
Bay. The Laurus Nobilis of the
ancient warriors: the Crown of our
poet Laureates : a supposed protection
rum ugniniog, ana a punner oi pes
CLEOPATRA'S A EEDZS.
The prostrate monument whirhroee
bjr this nme, and which was a lew
years since given. by the Pacha of
otherw ise the petition will be beard exparte, and
the aame set for trial. Witness, David Earnest,
Clerk, at office, thit Ttb day of November,
A. D. 1827. D. EARNEST, Cr.
- Frice' ,vt : 3m03
- Stat f A'orth-Carolina, ffilke county .-
OC I OBF.K Sersions. 1827 : Braxton Cox and
avife, v. James Wellborn, adm'r. of M m.
Allison, dee'd. petition for settlement. It ap.
pearinp to the court that Hugh Allison, Benja.
roin Allison,' Ephraim Allison, William Allison,
" " ZhhleV 'AKisw, lcy Allison, Perjry Allion,
Polly '"Alfisbii"; and Betsey AHiaieqtrV- befohd
the limits of this state, it is ordered that publica
tion be made for six weeks in the Western
Carolinian, that Hugh Allison, Benj. Allison,
Ephraim Allison, William Alliran, Daniel Allison,
Lucy Allison, Peggy Allison, Polly Allison, and
Betse) Allison, appear at our next county ccurt
to.be held for the county of Wilkes, in the town
x -of Witkeiaionrpn the Tfirrt vaWn8Sj:ftT -fa
four? h Mnnuav in January next, and cause them
splvs t' lG niadt; parties to thVaboVe suiti'&ci
lis'. H 'BERT MAJITIN, t. v, 1. 1.
f;ice aivt g3 50 tS3 i
2 quar. casks old Port,
8 boxes Imperial,
6 do. C PowIer,
- -4tlf. V. nyson,
1 ccroon Bengal Indigo, in packages of from
3J to 4 Ibt each,
SO kega Orange Powder,
box Mustard (for family use)
5 boxes sperm Candle,
5 casks choice Goshen Cheese,
1 cvk Epom Salts, (warranted genuine)
10 kegs ground Oinger,
I bbl. Philadelphia Starch,
50 batrs Shot, assorted Numbers,
lt)t Irt abotf , half ami quarter boxes fresh Ma
laga Raisins, warranted frese, and well
worthy the attention of families,
18 tons sssorted Swedes Iron,
1000 bushels Liverpool Salt, r -
With many other articles in their line.
Jit kind of Country Product taken in Q0yment.
iflure. As ' an honorable badre Egypt to the King of England, still un
fair those who bravely defended their I removed by his majesty. Its I'-ngtri is
country and their laws. about seventy feet, and its weight ia
at . -L ' li I I ' r . r r ... .-J L
Monarch, and ever the bulwark of our lapt Allan has lately suggested a plan
tor removing it to England j and alter
bringing the needle to the beach, by
means of a railway, to builJ the ship
round the pillar, and then to launch, the
whole together. In this wav it is
thought practicable to reach London,.'
X am'.. ' I
wnere meai-s would be lound for erec
ting it in one of the public squares.
.1 i rrz - j "
cipvos i4uiur UDocr prouuvia
cold rains accost the moody traveller
J also, cleanly housewives deprecate I
I at si v v at ' m, . '
uiuuuf uu'uji.. imw.npv ppnen ana i
flip are decocted, and. men get drunk
by steam. Kow "weddlngs'ire pro-
moted-atid domestic" manufactures sort of machine ; and its curiosity is
begin to be encour-gedi-rikewise the not the least curious ingredient in its
doctrine of M .Ithus is getting out of) composition. This is one of those
vogue. Now the rvtsdom of the na
tion does some mighty foolish things
raos na aasToa arr.siso bcilxt:.
' The human mind is a most curious
10 esses of WOOL HATS,
9 do. fine fur do.
4 do', wool and cotton Cards,
.13 pieces twilled negro Cloth,
10 reams writing f'ttper, .
Knives and forks, Ixitehert knives, shoe knives,
sinrle and double bladed neh and Docket knives.
End locks,' stock locks, gun locks, trunk locks,
utt. hinges, wood screws, horse Fleams, nail
and spike gimlets, table spoons, lead faucetts,
kneep snears, Keynote, tenant ana hand aaws,
claw hammers, club ami cooper's axes, ahinr
ling hatchets, post , and ysnkw eoffee anjUv
shovels and tongs, steel-yards, poll chains, screw
augers, gouges and chissels, chest hinges, shoe
pincers and rasps, curry combs, saw mill (ilea.
cow hide whip;, plated spurs, razors, shaving
boxes, spectacles and cases, black'-lead and slate
pencils, English alates, boxes soap, German,
English and cast Steel, castings trace chains,
Wackamith's hammers, jfce. c Ac.
Well worthy the tt ntkui of Countrr Mer.
chants as they will b- iwld low forcah to close
a consignment. IIORTONS HCTTON.
raytttnillt, October 3?, 1887, - J W ,
...,nd Uncle barn's treasury gru the
conMimption. Wrw bdd crops are
heavily complained ofand bad debts
contneted, ntwithstinding. Now
creditors draw out their accountsand
debtors draw out their pocketbooks.
the Printer xvantt money I
r03i tub rirrsBvae essirri.
We do not recollect ever haying seen
the annexed analysis of the name of
Napoleon in print. Together with
the orgiinal derivation of the name,
which t -computed of - two Greek
words, Lion of the Desart," it forms
a most striking coincidence with the
character of ihat man who has render
ed it so conspicuous in history.
universal properties that influence pco.
pie of all classes, and help to estah-
liah and dcinoin rate the doctrine of
mn's perpetual as well as original
equal, but remain to, in more respects
than certain aristocratic physiologists
are disposed to allow. The boot-black
whrr-tkes his sixpence for polishing a
dandvsuiderstanding, squints askaunt
at the visage of his customer, where-
by to ascertain the affinity between his
own wages and " the gentleman's"
gratification this is tbe curiosity of
interest. The statesman, who flour
ishes feathers of rhetoric in public halls
and very much obliges the printer by
In a late case in rhe Quar er Sessions
in this aity, one of tht wIuicm'i, a
woman that lays out the dead, testified
tbnt a thief who had turned sta-es rvi
denretn the case, on one occai in ttold
a dead body out of the house while she
was making the winding sheet.
-7L rogue caIfing3Tr
maker, recently appeared in Horry
District, S. Carolina, while the court
was in session, and having obtained
possession of 15 watches, decamped.
His age was not more than 22.
A wild deer was taken at sea, about
V I . !l - f XT . . .
condescending- tofurnish-copies. Jf 'T mT ,rom "Wn
SDeeches for the nreaa. li.ten. with M. 'I WS Since, Dy I WO men 4u
' ON ... x .
lly dropping the first letter from the
first -syllable o( the name in full, and
from each part of it in succession, six
ireelt Woyds are found, whjch, trans-
iaiea in tne order ot the numerals,
Napoleon being a raging Lion, goingiprteot conclusion.
about destroying ctttes.
The revenue of Rhode Island for the
last six months atnouted to gl 8,083 98
cents, its expenditures during that peri
od were only 28,585 12 cents.
gerness, as trie lodiherent multitude
Utters sentence laudatory or condem
natory, this is the curiosity of pride.
Therrrare-drvers -kher- pecieafihis
queer quality, appertaining to the in
termediate grades of society, which we
have neither, leisure nor inclination to
But, if we ever before entertained
doubts of the. fact, that the spirit of
Curiosity, operates powerfully, though
diversely, upon all the men uud all the
women that inhabit the upper crust of
iSiTiSi"i,Ili.js.i.i.. J.. 1 . I ....
mis cv isccraiea giooewe were last
evening perfectly confirmed in our
A fellow in a
brown thread bare surtout. cowhide
brogues, and trowsers home made of
two blue yarns here opposed to two
black ones, there with a visage strug
gling between wonderment and dirt,
surmounted by a chaneau that had
skiff. It had probably escaped to the
water as a refuge from hungry hounds.
Every family In the county of 6nta
a Utble. 401 which had no part o it,
and 110 which had only -the Netr
Testament, having been furnished
within the last two years ,
There are no fewer, than forty-nne
kinds- of pepper-i Batayian n1
alisr)f the name of Blumh has writ-
. ..... . . . i
ten a description of them accompanied
Button 'ocory.--The establishment
for the manufacture of. ihif .-little smcle
at Attlcborough, is in very successftir pw-
m. . - . . . ..J M
gress. 1 he expensen ot it are staieu .v
mount to nearly 880,000 a year, and
the amount of Buttons msnufsctured 19
be over 8100,CO;.