t M,!,ii. .J I and (!,c f.iii i-: I
uwr, by our prricit c!.i f I..j;itrio f . V.'
fn.l dim f.pj"iR. i h a species of vchrnr-nr
rwhnt evidence it irresistible i h
hiv(1 to be the effect of that wisdom tnl lore
sight which, with prophetic glance, penetrated
the veil of fu'urity, and saw with ft light distinct
en 4 enrapturing, what would sdvsnce the sHory
nad promote the Intertill of nation destined to
move amonf otben m one of tin first political
importsnce. It wai not themore te b expee
ted. lhat party whoae understanding were
it her two li tilted to foresee thoM future glories
nJ interests or our country, or whose mimii
" wert to strongly warped by prejudice at to de.
liouncc the measures calculated to advsnee and
promote them, would, lone; Hand before eucb
aunerior wladom am candor. Times were to be
thaiipr d i and did our present chief Ruler te
"T.eve. thai In order still t'o float en the "popttlar
current, he must change with them? ine
jvj&ipg a. of tk.pjuUtlcal courae wu indeed sud-
. den i 1st aa we do not prerena to anow-vne
heart, we forbear to condemn the motive in
ttucine thereto i vet we confidently assert, that.
te suppose h rrosaible, upon the com moo and e.
.Ublurhrd prme'Pff,-- pmiowmny or in
hunrart mind,- fur an iwimdoaiMtiWtt sincere
and uprirh motives, suddenly to abandon ays.
ctm of M tticvmatucn, conscientiously aaom-
ea,ami rcaojy pursucu, jor a numuer vt year,
la a absurd at to suppose," upon the principle
cf Natural PliikMophy, that the tsme ImuvKlua
could create world. We might recall to Vour
recollection the pledge of the Oracle of the
-present administration, relative to the willing
neat of our prrent chief magistrate to barter
away the Interests of the Weatern Rlate., which
interests are immediately and necessarily con
MCted with the free navigation of lhat mighty
Stream the MUwtsippi, which bean on ita bosom
to a ft ady market the richrtt production! of the
most fertile part of the U. States. We might
Indeed turn your attention to tcenej accompany
inr the last Presidential election, and ask how
it came to pa that the mice and wisfyea of the
Deonle were disrewaMed or their represents.
tives f How it came to pass lhat the strenuous
advocate for the riicht of instructioa so sudden
ly changed his opinfrw, or at least by his con.
ductdsaied the right he' once advocated t Or
how it came to pus that the present Recr.tary
(as the event proved) could give his friends to
understand, previoui to the election, that hit
elevation to the office be now holdi depended
upoJU-or would, br, rendered certain by, the
election of the present Chief Migutrate f A
faithful answer to these interrogatories will
prove to the candid and impartial inquirer after
truth, the etiatenoe of a combination disgrace.
fuJ to the ruler, and dangerous to the right! of
Unpleasant and evilly eminons in reJation to
tui correctness and purity of the present ad.
ministration; are the -facts which were disclosed
by the appointment of Ministers to the British
government." It ctnnot-be der.ied, that twin
odecrepid bydWste and the infirmitiestof old
age, as to be rendered unable to serre as a
Senator of the United States, wu the first ap
pointed. What did the event prove f It pro
ved that the appointment Wu at least injudi
cious, for he was obliged to return without ef
fecting tbe business upon which he had been
tent. Who wu his suecetor ? A man who had
it in the councils of the seditious, aiding and
abetting their treasonable projects To give
von an example of folly and extravagance in
tbe present administration of the government,
which the wise end sober-minded of our own
and all succeeding1 ages do and will consider as
the M miserable abortion" of political fanaticism,
We need only nam "the " Panama Vongreit ;
. concerning which, however, our surprise might
be expected lo be somewhat diminished, by
- ettendinf to- the bold, -unprecedented and un
constitutional language employed by our pre,
cut Chief Ruler, when in his first Message to
Congress be expressed ha sentiments on thit
ubject : ' - . -
Fellotf-citizenri are not the times ont of
joittt- H 4lrertOt- omrthmp; rottrrr in thej
umioisiraiion of eur government f i mere
no need of reform, when the corfidence of the
- people in their ruleri it shaken, if not entirely
destroyed t Yea, is there not danger, that un
lets a remedy be applied to our political mala-
- dies, the whole body will soon be affected, when)
- alas ! a cure will be impossible h-Yt are aware
that the-cry-of lefisn, witt be rkised by our
-politicaV-vpponents; We ny, In ft frlert'lly
manner, express a hope that they will ilrst en-
. deavor to understand the term correctly. We
disavow all secret machinations against those
who TUtTor from us in opinion ; and without ar
rogance, we deny that we are actuated by busy
and turbulent spirits, for the purpose of pro
moting selfish ends. We spi ak our sentiments
with the frsnkness and intrepidity of freemen.
Our great object is the good and prosperity of
our common country,' whose liberties our fa.
then purchased with their blood and treasure,
and have handed them down to us, that we
tniffht transmit them to our succemors. uniullied
In tbeir!ustre, and undiminished in their pojrer
to bless. .Guided by such iews, we believe it
to be of tbe utmost, importance that the individ
ual clothed with the highest office in our gov.
ernment, ought to be incorruptible in his integ
rity, inflexible in his patriotism, economical in
bis views of national policy, and uninfluenced
by selfish motives in the exercise of the power
given to him by tbe constitution. Give to us a
man distinguished by qualifications like these.
(call him Military Uikfiain, or by any other
name you please) and there is a hope that the
adrtiiniitration of, our government will.be resto-
.red tojts pristine purity.. .
' Where shall such an one be tTiiind T On Ws
subject, with a large and respectable portion of
- the people of-this state and of the- States, we
believe that in Gen. Asoaiw Jccsoa these
i Qualifications exist in srt eminent degree. His
his aconomieal views of national policy, and
bis disinterestedness, are known and acknowl
Vour committee, then, believe, 1st. That the
present administration of the national frorern
ment is extravagant and prodigal, selfish and
unwise i and ought therefoie to be reformed.
If additional evidence of the truth of this propo
sition be demanded, we refer the inquirer to the
ondct f .4b' snembers of the Cabinet, viiit.
ing different states, and various places, for the
purpose of promoting electioneering purposes j
in disgrace In the annals "of our country . ' -2d.
That a reform cannot be effected, or ef
fected with that speed and facility which the
exigencies of our country require, while the
? resent Chief Magistrate holds the office of
Sd, That Ure belt interest! of our country d
.:... f i .r i r ' s i ', t,
I.--1 I j t:.e t.- ,n t' s Us ....ii o!
t'.ie porrrnmrnt ii rntru!ril.
4.1). 1 hit it I (lie duty c T Kil tlio lia wUli
to preserve "ir llrpnlili( in imtitutionsin Skfrty,
sml trtnmiit them to poitrrtty in their puri
ty, to use all honorable and lawful means to ef
fect such chsnge. rherrfore,
Firttly, Resolver!, that we will unite with our
fcjlow-citUens throughout the V. States, ip
supportinj Gen? Jmlmr Jot kit fur the next
Preiident i ftnd that, as we have full confidence
in the ability, the integrity and patriotism of
A C. CWAin, we will support him for Vice
President. , .
Henndly, Resolved, that Gen. George L. Da
vidson, Samuel King, F.. James Thompson,
I'.sq. John Mooie, Raq. and Col. A, F. Cakwell,
be appointed M Delegates, to meet with others
from tlie connties comprising the district, to
choose ftn Klrctor te be nhced on the reneral
ticket i and that said tre compose the Commit-tee-rf
Cerrcvoodrnee, regulatinjr tbf time and
place or meeting or and delegates, and au other
Dunnm inerewun connerrea. .
. TUrAu, ResoJiL tLat asM 'Z&vHil Vein
stracted logive their votes to no one sssn Elec
tor, unless perfectly satisfied that, if elected, he
will give hit vote for Gen. A. Jackson as Pres!
dent, ana John C, Calhoun U Vice President
"-Kmrihlf Resolved, "thai Jobar Mushat Esq
FrankHu Davidson, Ksrl. William L Davidson,
Capt. Andrew-King, Llihu Wing, Scarlet Clas
tncTTKtCJVmrtrittmxnrrf JowrM. Uogir,"
r.tn. John Feimvter, John Mclellsnd Henry M
Smith, David Sigmand, f. M. Alexander, James
P. NcKee, Csq. Ju. Kiosn. Lspt. Ju. S. fivers,
Wm. V. Cowsn, P. Caldwell, Esq. Whitfield
Kerr, Jscob Kibler, Esn. Joseph Murdocir, Esq.
Thoa. Kerr, Nicholas Norton, Cspt. M. Csmp
bell, Wm. A. Shepherd, Wm. C. Werk'e, Rich
ard Sullivan, Samuel Welch, Henry Bustle, Jss.
Guy, Wm. Scott, Samuel Tomlinson, Robert
Young, Neil McKsy, Jscob 1'ipns, Alexamle
Lacker, Fdward Journey, Capt. Iliomss Tuck
er, 1 bos. James, Jsmes James, Wm. Cshhan
Wm. Batter, Pe.-cival Campbell, Esq, 11ios. M
Campbell, George W. Cook, Ju. McLelland,
r.sa Otl.o Gillespie, Hn, McEwen, sen. Wm
McEwen. ir. Wm. n. Jones. Hurh Jonet. Geo.
Inompson, Wiley Gaither, Jno. Young, jr. Da
via Houston, N. 1 omlinton, Exra Bharpe, u.
White. Milu Potts. Willism McLelland, David
Waddle, David Stephenson, W. fttepbenon, sen
Wm. Stephenson, jr. Jsmes Stepenson, un.
Col. John sieKer, uniel Mstheson, Cap!
Olby, John Woods, Cspt. W. Mesrs, Col. Thos.
Crawford. John Miller, Benjamin Henline. Capt.
Winism relmster, Ceorge Rmnnaon, Benjamin
Brevard, Joseph Sharpe, and D. Iteece, be an.
pointed a Committee ot CorresporKlence on tbe
pan of this meeting, to promote its object
i WMv, Resolved, that copies of these nrocee.
Hiogs be transmitted to eacn Militia company,
tiimugti tneir uaptairr, iirr tneir approbation.
All which is respectfully submitted, by-, your
commiucc. tnizneui jouw mrsnir, CQr.
The nuestion was then nut : Are the fores-a.
ing" a'(!dresl "proiosli
prestiv of the sense of this meeting f ... Which
wu carried Unanimously in the affirmative, and
with a liveliness anil spirit of animation, which
bespoke tbe earnostners and sincerity of tbe
Ordered, thst copies of these proreedimrs be
signed by the chairman, and attested by the
secretaries, snd sent to the Editors of the Wes
tern Carolinian, Raleigh Star, and Catawba
Journal, for publication.
, GEO. L. DAVIDSON, CA m.
Jas. Thompson, . Secretaries.
ilihon Campbell, 3
Conpre.The bill for the relief of
Marirny D'Autcrive, of Lcoislani, which
inyolved the question whether a roan has
right to claim remuneration for damage
done to a slave hile in" the 'service of
the United States, paased ita third reading
n the House of Representatives, on the
23d ult. by a vote of 96 to 92; Messrs
ui the negattva... . .
t ., : .
t ' , ... . j -. . .....
..iter re'v !, . .ti.t ,1.4'..--
Lm r I out, ir I rt t v 1 l imirlf cori-
temptilile in putilic esti. 3tin- Ii will te
seen that a rood part of uen. Ich'i
tout, was a quotation from lr. Urent's
letter to Mr. Clay.
Ainjr JJrtitmanti i A bill hu passed the Een
ste of the United States, adding ten dollars per
mown, ana one ration per day, to their present
pay. rhe navy surgeons have also petitioned
lor relief j and it is thought they need it
Cen. Jsckson reft Nuhville on the 27h Dec.
to attend the celebration of the 8th of January
Cj Robert Rakes,' in our next. We shall be
pleased to receive other favors on similar (or
onj') subjects, from the rsme source.
Stmeifiint' hke m IW. At the dinner given
in Celebration of the 8lhif January, at Washing
ton City, Gen. Rthert Dethd, a member of Con
gress from Tennessee, gave the following tout :
Edward Livintrtton, of Louisiana. The
first and only Honor in the Louisiana po-
itical tot a? ; though beaten in the Presi
dential jjame, by the Kayb from that
State, he shall shine conspicuous, while
tbe KitAvfc " will stand before the world
aa a proven base calumniator, unworthy
public or private confidence, and
avoided by every man who has a -respect
for virtue and for honor."
The Knave alluded lo in the toast, is
William L. Brent, a member of congress
from Louisiana. Among the letters in
Mr Clay's appeal to the public, is one
from this Mr. Brent ; who, in sneaking of
Gen. Jackson's letter to Carter Beverly,
says " it is the fabrication of a desperate
man, who, to obtain his object, dares to
assert what he knows to be false." "If
Gen. Jackson does not establish his asser
tion, which he cannot,) be ought to stand
before the world as a proven base calum
niator, as unworthy of public or private
confidence," and avoided by - every man
who has a respect for virtue and for
Suit rttmf f The proceedings of a meeting
of the friends of Gen, Jackson, at, Waughtown,
Stoke coun'y, which reewftmetid a general
meeting of tbe cititens of Stokes, te be held at
Gcrmanton. on TViduv. Ox Wth fMarth next
.it . a. a.
ctuuc ioa suae m jjucnion 11114 wcck i muii
a s . v
nsve a piace in a weca or two, i
. CC? Those citizens in the vicinity of V'aturh
ttwf, fltoker county, friendly te the election of
Gen. Jsckson u Presideirt of the VaitedsHtais.
are requested to meet tt Waurhtown, Sturdav
Uirdary, to,adopt auch rnfs4rcjs.il
may pe ueemea expeuieni, to relation 11 lue
approaciung ciccuon. i
. . . . . . I
-ravn rssmfyv A large and respectable mee
ting of tbe friends of Cen. Jackson, wu laid at
vt adesborough, Anson county, on tbe I'm ult
coi. picket delivered an animated addrfct to
the meeting, on the subject for which! they
were convened. After adopting some s4rited
resoiuiions, ijeierar.es were apotntea, totneet
those from the other connties in that distrkt, st
Richmond court-house, on tbe 18th of Ztkrch.
r .1 , I
ur iiic purpwe 01 nomuiaiinr a accaon ssmii.
date for Elector. We understand a coiy of
the proceedings of this meeting, wu madi out
for publication in our paper i but from ome
cause, they have failed to reach us. I
GREAT FIRE al UlZVTaV,
A most destructive and distresautr Tire, laid
aute the fairest portion of the town of HU
mingtmn, in this ntste, on ftaturlay morning
the 19th ult. The fire originated in a imail
back wilding, and wu not got under before
sn entire square wu reduced to t heap of
nuns. - About 50 houses, including 30 stores snd
i dwellings, were bqrnt, valued, with the good,
destroyed in them, st from g 100,000 to 130,.
000, snd insured in New-York and Hartford to
the amount of about 7SJ0OQ.
The roofs of. the Store si on thV .North
side cf Market Street were several times
nn fire, but were fortunately saved. The
StcVm'BbsTHenrletla and all the ihioninp
hauled off from the wharves, and sustain
ed no injury.
It is supposed the fire was accidental.
The1 same square was destroyed by fire in
Mrs. Urnuhart, Richard Bradley, and
John Bradley, are mentioned as the great
Cm.. Clintin. At the celebration of the 8th
of January in Albanv. Ncw.York. Gov. Clinton
attended, and gave the following Joart.
"Ihe sublime association of heroic virtue
skstfl st Lrxnskl araaaf ItiaJjt "
(lie iiawviiwi ssa sra
T?We have omitted a few new aJveriuemenli
for want of room ; they are such, however, a
will not suhcr by one week's delay i they, and
ail tbe ow ones, shall go hv our next,
J. ,4i... ..., I.e.. J
tr 3 we I- -V f-rvt r J vr'r.'j imr a-
ti-rcj ta the detmon cf the Cuhan
after the .jjrejt Divan onihetJth.
The Ambassadors of the three Dowers
re still here but no intercourse is held
with them, and the Austrian Ambasiai
dor it in constant negotiation with the
Heis Eflcodi.. . .
OJeitqf, ,Mt. 15, We have news
from Constantinople to the 8th, The
capital was tranquil", and the ambasta
dori were still there. Since the news
of the catastrophe at Nsvatinj vVe
have received that of landing made
by Palmer on 5c to, the 18th Oct.
The Sultan was said to be in cons terns-
tioo -and -private letters.'jtnpouncetl
since, that the Keis Lflendi had been
The "result of the freeraent meetinffs
of the Divan, was eipected every
i . iii
'it .( i '. i tt
n count jr. f
rn.;;; s.'.s : rr.
1. eri k !,!rr, dre'd. tti ll
C, dcires tb liratees to nrttenl their Invtnla.
riea, legally ajilhrniirtte.l, or settlement anj
tliat be will be fully ready for Settlement b ,;
nest February court. 3t0'i
i AUAM HOILMAN, AJm'r,
January 26A, 1823.
Dr. Ceoree Ifolco'mbe." one r-'of the
representatives from the state of New
Jersey, in the Twentieth Congress,
died lately at his residence in New.
ersey, after a lingering illness.
BISSEXTUE, er LEAP TEAK.
We have been desired, by one of those wry
gallant Benedicts who sin sway the day of
(matrimonial) grace in banqueting on the lusu.
ifaN. Thursday morninr. 22J InstsnL between
" Ceorge fry's and Concord, a small Moroc -co
POCKET 00t, pretty much worn, con
taining firieen or eighteen dollars In Newbern
and Vspe Fear bills j besides several valuable,
papers, all of which are not recollected. One
note on, Caleb P. Alesander, for fjfty dollars,
mule payable to Dvtd Henderson', with s credit
of 5 dollars i one due bill orj John fJarrinrer, -for.
i(ee dollsrs i one do. on do, for two dol
lars tVi-100, dates not recolIcced tap or three
Judgements t..,.Thompson , Hunt, and . John ,
Mutts' cooaUble receipt 'to' T. Iltjnf, for sever J
sums, for collection, amount not recollected. I
wiH rive RJ rewsrd fof the Mbert llrtfV.BiJ'',
aak no quettione. - Jl, HVUv
January 31W, 1828. .. . . 2t01.
TWENTY DOLLARS .REJ7ARD l .
RAN wayrom the plantation of .Wrryot
ler, near fjarisburv, Atf, bright ssmku
boy, about SO years of are. and near six feet
high. He. is. stout and wtrll made has a down
cast rook,- and a Tittle' reclined te stoop m the-
snouwen. it is supposed that he win endeavour
to pass aa a free man, from the fact sf his ab
sconding without . cause. Tbe above . reward
will be given for his apprehension and delivery
to me in Salisbury, or to the overseer un the
plantation. , . THOMAS O. POLE.
February lit, 1828. 4t03
Ihe Grrensborough Patrrot and Milton
. t ai i ! . .i V- wii.HWUIWIIH BVriU, NWWII
nes tf suis-ie blmtdy, and drink the nip of, cIet,e wi ln$efX ,h, advertisement 4
ceiioacy w us urcrs before they see - the error eekl in theirpapenand forward their accounts
or their way," and repent of their non-cof.form- for nIVment. T O. P
ance to the requisitions of Sacred Writ, ta
people and replenish the earth.M to publish cFMil IT7 ..jcnnur1 rinwnrns
.a at . . i . . . sal aarfS Wl UUMAIV 1 VI aVeWIwe
ume printed in lfi0, entitled Courtship. Love, ! ffl?Z& V COn,,nU
and Matrimome." We give it a place in our W"H 7 m
columns, with sll im.gi?.ble pleiur,, a. it is tTa)i!tim 0
peculiariy appropriate at thU tunc. 18?8 being' k u 'a a ' t
n: J. i'. w j ' N. B. asid powders are put op accordW to
ZJmTLXI preKribed by the London PhJsna-
comfort to our friend, s putting it there does! " ' r
to ourselves i snd that it Will bo the means of DANIEL II. CHESS
smoothing a wrirtgle In his forehead, and of aw inrtra-ro .it ..' .ii,..., v; v'
d .. r . imr iv mu iiiiviih iiiucuicu w mill V T
raannr s nail Trofn hia rofkn I II . T . .
" Albeit, it is nowc become (parte
of the Common Lawe, in regard to
the social relations of life, that as of.
ten as every bissextile year-doth re.
turn, the: ladye s have the sole privilege,
during .the time it coniindeth of mar
ting lot;e" unl&' the "WcTfnvhich 'they
may doe eUhcTy wtjrdes or lookes,
as unto them it teemeth proper ; and
moreover, no man will be entitled to
the bcnefite of Clergy who dothe refuse
dothe in any wise treate her proposal
withe slight or contumely.
M. note of hand, book stxount, or mherwiae.
to make payment immediately, or their debt
w ill be placed in the hands of an officer for col
lection. Persons having demands against binv
will please present them forpaynvnt.
He eapcctsfDom the Sorth. m a few days, sa
ssiortment of GOODS, consitins; of -
"..'11'. Dr9 oodtt Cutlery j Crochtjfl : .
which he-is. disposed to sell low for (uk, or o
SaHibury, Jen. 1 5th, 1828. 98
LAND and NEGROES, for SALE.
Dt the offers of a ladve or who! faN w'liwlay. U day of February
pr. me oners oi a laaye, or wnoj yj Mu wi bJ expwd tB uv m tho
Charltiiea. Jan. 23.
An adjourned session of the
South-Carolina, commenced on .Monday, the
2Ut aH. principally for the purpose of trying
ute smpeacixMM s jwga vamev
Suprtmi Cvrt. In adJitiori to the gentlemsn
heretofore nsmed ss having obtained Hcense
from the Supreme Court to practise law in this
state, tbe following have been admitted :
In the superior courts : John Bragg, jr. of
Warrenton. -i.--.-um .... .-Si
In the county courts : Richard E. Fortune.
. . i .
Stifterior Courti.Tht Judges of the
Superior Courts have made the following
arrangement of the Circuits for the pre
sent year i
Edenton, Judge Buffi n. Judge Strange.
-Raleitu ,, ... ... ... Martin. Norwood.
A day or two after Gen. Desha's toast
was drank, Mr. Brent came out with a
Canf, In the National Journal phich con
eludes with thefollo wing sentence f The
individual who gave the Toast cannot ex
pect me to take any- other notice of it
than 1 have done t but, in concluding, I
must be permitted to say, that if any thing
persona) to me was intended by it, I one-'
quivocalle pronounce such conduct as dis
.boabJban4 manly feeling. To Ihis, Gen. Desha re
plied, in another Cars'; which he con
cludes as follows i Neither my respect
nor chaiity for that individual, will
induce me to save him from an Obligation
which the "hole character of his comma
The Weather hu again, after a few nigh-s of
m a a ta a a
irosi, moaeratea, ana is as mna ana genisf
April: vegetation looks green and rVesh, and ma
ny garden plants are now (2d of Februarj) in
bloom. No snow hu yet fallen here during
LATE rROM EUROPE.
London papers to the 5th Dec. were
received at N. York on the 18th ult.
Despatches from the' British Am.
bassador at CbhstantiridcTaiejlthe
6th of Nov. reached London 04 the
50th, But had not " been pubiashed.
The private accounts from that place
in the Frenchnerinapers7
were to the 10th ot November, It
appears from these that tht intelligence
of the destruction of the Turkish fleet
reached Canstantinople or the 1st of
that month. The news caused a
great consternation, but the Port bad
not resorted to any acts of violence
againsf the European 'Tesklentsy'and
the Ambassadors remained there at
" Constant tnofie, Mv; 1 r;SSince the
lit of' this month, when the burning
of the Turkish fleet at Navarin was
Irnnwn. an indidiation not to be de.
scribed, has prevailed nmoug the 1
Bute House Square, in the city of Raleigh,
1 10 valuable Slaves,
late the property of John Haywood, Esquire,
deceased i a large port ion of them young likely
Iwmp. mwtA m.l. A - - - - - L.n .ba mah.'
i 1.1 " ..r . ... , ... '
C.n.-During the latter part of the week """V "yicn. u-casmuoj, ano omer me-
the transactions m the finer qualities of abort umunl servant
staple have been tolerably fair, prices that were
previously asked and refused have been with
less difficulty reshted. Tbe principal sales for
English market have been made at 9J a 9
cents little however has been done. .The pur
chasers for the Northern Fsctories and the
French market, range
cents hsve been given
finer qualities are particularly scarce.
Abo several very Valuable
Tracts of Land ...
in the neighborhood of Kaltigh, affording s'rtus
tions for buildings, well watered, and would suit .
Oentlemen from the lower eotmtry who- mair -
7 snTni i s? i de"1 he4W,y 'umn residences. Tfie dilTer.
s from 10 to 10J. andU lrn( trtcU wi off u or sold
i for fsvonte brs,KU. Tbe enUre m,y u by th(J j,
icuiariy scarce. ..ir m,,. 5n behalf the Rute Th , ,
flourj peach brandy 4C Uo 45, apple do. 35 three wi,h wterMt ft, r
to 40 , whiskey 40, pork 4 to 3 Ullow 9 to 10. diy, the rurchaMrt with
" approved sureties.
Petertburg, Jan. 26. Cotton, 8 to 9J j peach The aale will certainly take place, aiid will be
brandy 55 to 62 1 apple do. 23 to 29 ; flour 6 to continued from day to day until the wbolo '
6 50i pork 4 to 4j i wheat 80 to87j tobacco property is. disposed of.
2 to 5. North Carolina Dank Dills, 7 to 8 per JOSEPH PICK E IT, -
cenr. discount.- ....... JA8. F. TAVlIK, .
- - - . . WJI.BOn.lRD8,
Fayeuevilk, Jan. 24.-Strictly prime cotton Csinisi.tfsi.srt the State f K CartUwt.
would bring 9 cents, sales at 84 to W. Not RiW Jan $m
much cominrj to market. Whiakey, o0 to 32.
"v i- l t 99 HOUSE AND LOT, N KG ROES. kc.
n ,l .1.. f. j.;! liriLL e sold, at publicuction, on Wed-
ttu.rt.-1 he ales, for the last three days, VV th Mth rf F.hn,. L, .h
amount to about 800 bales comprising s&out .., . i . ' i
soTbslesofNeW-Orleansat 101 a 11 cent., and 1 jf.8
the pnncipal sales of Uplands are at 9 cenU. tf . . . . . PJ
' . . Alio, One ttegr Man. two swyrs wmen; kml
In Uparta, Tennessee, on the 10th uh. Mr. t thit& Terms 12 months credit, bond and
Thofnss A. Frohock, late of this county, to Miss ru.Uy rennifed. M. L. HILL. Trustee.
Sarah Ann Ballenger, formerly of Culpeper January 1. 1828. A02
Very suddenly, on the 26th ult
SHERIFF'S SALE OF NEGROES.
WILL he sold for cash, at the court-house Sn
Salisbury, on Mondav, the 18th of Febru-
of his brother in Charlotte, Mr. Daniel Gillespie, ' ary next, 13 likely negro, 4 men, 3 women and
of this county, in the 29th yesr of his age. j children, and 3 younff women , sold by efcecu.
In the citv of new-iora, on toe Hi an. airs, i non, at tne properrv oeionginr to ine enare or
race Webster, wife of tbe Hon. Daniel Web.' Wm. C. Lovej decM. to utisfy st
ater. atred 47. She was on her way from Bos-
ton to Washington City, and was arrested by
sickness, which terminated her life at New
VarkMr. Webster left the latter place on the
22d, for Boston, sccompanied by the corpse of
no time in eaamininr m jwih,
take place at 12 o'clock r that dayV-'
Terms at sate win oe, one-inins caaii , one
third at ode eai's credit, and tbe remaining
third two years credit.
l Ht.urHiL.us Jt AA.a.9 trvnet,
January 1. . CJ3
tions In my bsnds for collection.
Price adv. gl.75 F. SLATER D. Shff.
January lit, 185 8.. 601
nn. ii ii - 1 1 -. -1 iii ii r i-r --iVr-'n-i -if-"- - in
BY Tirttie ef a deed el-trust, axecuted by Al
exander J. Worke. for the purpose of se-
curing certain debts therein mentioned, twill
sell at public vendue on Friday the 29th day of
February next, on the premises, that valuable
tract of land known by the name of the Leeperj
place, lyiffg oh the Big and Little Catawba,'
aboufthree miles above Haon's ferry, joining
the land of Qr. W. Maclesa and others. This
tract contains, sccordinr to a late' survey 1065
acres; and is well known to be equal in Quality
to anv in the upper part or soum-caronna, a
larrre portion thereof being first rate low ground. ll. Georgia, on the night of the second of Jan-
... M . -ii j . ii I I . i . .-r t .
Persons WJsmnjr JO purensse, wm hu wcu ra iui uarr, wm; nrrrv man, anu ur whs, i nc icnow
ESTATE OF JOHN DONALDSON.
THE subscriber having qualified as sdminis
tra'or on the estate of John Donaldson,
dee'd. late of Rowan coonty, N. C. with the Will
anneieddesirtsjllejionsjndebted to eaid
estate to make payment with as littledclay as
pouible i and all persons hsvlng claims against
the estste, Sre desired to present them, legally
authenticated, within the time limited by Act ef
Assembly, otherwise this notice will be plesd in
bar ef their recovery. .
BUFC3 REID, AdminUtrattr.,
December 14.A, 1821, 93
NOT RAN A WAV
T Ail away frem the tubscrrbef,;t Prterborj
is rather of a'yclfow mmplw'um,Wiktii&
made $ .hia name is Ao,4iJLholU,.dba
bly make for Virginia the woman is black ami
likely, and is cuflrd I'ote: they both carried '
several suits of spparrel, and several blankets
andquilts. JOHN D. WATKJN'S.
Jtn. 3i, 1823. 3;f)i