Western Carolinian (Salisbury, N.C.) /
July 15, 1828, edition 1 /
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An set forth Tr1irriifeert..iii ;ri;Br
k I HoUirri of the Am.)- f ! Krvolut.on.
I R it tnitted h " ""J V "7'
tf rev'.' .'Ae fW Wi f"-
'? , V ir. r .1.- .rm. of Involution In
1 who m entitled lo naif
ihv by the resolve of Octolr twenty-first,
i..:.l i.. ...1,1 .n.i inhtv. be authorised to re-
wive, out of ny mope h the treasury not oth.
..v. .nMnr MriL the amount of Im full py
Jo said line, according bU r"k ,"M' '1
hrrin with the third tiy of March, one thousand
.tki i,,tr..,t n.l rntV-i. Iftd to COtltinil
i t,.riB. h?a Btnrl life! PrrrldtJ, that, under
r i .d.n K miiitlaJ to. receive a
"litcfr ttitrthtn the toll pay of aXaptalaln w4
i jimMhs a runner rmirita. iraii
tcr any of said offlceri hi ftMwd iwmrf of
.. hi March, one thousand eliftit tinndrcd
' nl t went y-wx," rV?MJ tW W tir r-Trtei ve
Khali fye fliHiiievea rrorn wmi wi omtr wwwm,
.tflKWi-f. VO'niW'4 Wnndrrthe frw
,-.A.f ihuactt and every pension" to which udd
officer k now entitled, a1im.11 rtase after tbe pai
.t . -
Surviving non-commiMiond officer, muricUn, or
' ' pr'ivite., in ld irmy, who ehlirted thrrln for
. i Wil hi tuitilnMion. m! thereby beetme enti.
Med to yeeeie rrwrd of eirtijr !oJlr, unUr
rewlva tf eonrrwi, patted Hr fifieentn,
' eenie tm'.red ml eent) -elt; ihtt b
. eDt'aWd to. feceire bit full ninthly pay Ja W
terricct out of ny monej' In the tre iry not
otherwiM pnroprUted "to fcerln on the tnird
' day of March, one tbouand eight hnndrcd and
t went I, had to continue durlnp hi natural
r.f i 'PrtiJeA. that no noti-commifionrd ofli-
err. BiuMclan, or prirate. In taid army, who la
wow on tfit pennon iik w lue.uniien maief
' ahl1 he entitled to the beneflti of thil act.
. See. L .MiHittfiinhtrtnaeteiL that the pay
, allowed by tbU act altall, ander the direction of
Hie aetrttart or pe treaaury, oe paia to ire om
ceror Soldier entitled thereto, of to their an-
thoriiI attorney, it tuch place and day a aa
w4J tcrery lnay.difecU.arid that no foreiffn offi.
tt ahall bo entitled to aid par i hof fhart t
---- - , - W StIC wrtv tw J v v
f fotfHO" thil act i and the pay allowed by
thia act hall not In any way be tranaferabte, or
CaMe to attachment, leVy, orweixure, by any hj.
gal JirooeH wtiltrTer, but thali imtre wholly to
r",tn penohal beatfi!.of.O).l!l??!L PL!W!i.eLt.n'.
.titled to the lame by thit act.
See, 5. And it it further enacted, that to much
iiaid pay a accrued by the protbuona of thlaf
tet, heforo tl.e third day "or March, eighteen
Jiunorea anu. iweniy-cijrgt, tnau oc paiu q me
officen and aoktien enti'led to the tame, ai oon
aa may be, In the manner and under the provta-
ioni before mentioned and the pay which shall
" fcccrue after aaid day, altall be paid aenu iiihu-"
alW, in Eke manner, and umler the tame pro
yiaiooa. A. STEVENSON,
Speaker of the llouae of Kcpreaentativei
Preaident of the Senate, pro tempore.
Approved! 15 May, 1828. '
JOHN Q'JINCT ADAMS.
Trratury Department, Aav 28, 1838 t
Bny le e nWa4 on tl
L ma.lt hw t'i item.
of uhuiiiiiiK the be nt-fita of
Farm ta Jalnralimi
,n act. ent.tir.1 - ao '"
. hmM and tviuiirrt in iiic pi "j '
"7 l..rn. tl. 1 Mh f May. I828i
h i 'i a
ft! 1 '
day of , in tht
-Tho -' Act for the relief of certain iuf-1 of the peace or other m(p'trate, diily cmpow
of , In the county of -in the
It j hmlif rfeelire tha I wl aa
m. '-. K-,.niinntl line tif the army of the
S Cn arJ acned aa nth. Ihcre.lnaerU to
ih. rn.1 of the war, or (a. the my b.
the time when the arrangement "
provided bjf the elt W c.mprr-. -and
Slat of October. 1780. carried Into tf-
.n.t it.luetd under that arrangrn.c.i..j
., .hick neriod I wa a In tM rep-
mcntpfthe- linerT-: r - rr
. . i m: trial t anenr"' rw"
;'cert.flc.te (emnmonly JTjft
full n'. i a, Llch aunt' wu xrTeirfl w t
uihl-ll MIIPW. ULtDB V " 1
i.i t Ak kB oat for life, to which I waa
entitled under thareaolM of the 214 bTOcloV
L- .IMA ' ' " "
A! 1 ilnflitthff declare, that I hate received
ftf may mtted matewr w Bew-ooernce- the
3d d.y f MarelUM I inwft3 ,
'lieyT orTa-iM cae may be) that I havo r.
cened. M prntioner of the United State,
aince the 3d day .tf March, nm, me mm or
dollar, paid to me by the agent for payinf pen-
Montin the itateof . lirdj
Itefore me, .(here inaert, jtitire of the
peace, or other imiRiatralc, duly empowerel to
administer oatha, in lle county of - in the
rf-i. f nprmnalli aineared. thia da,
,n,t uf ft aaid mnty, wnw'Kd, tereraMy,
make oalh, that , by whom the foreroine;
declaration wai aubacribe d, ia renerally reputed
and believed to bae been an omcer in tne arm?
of the revolution, in manner therrla elated.' .
tt itnea my hand, thit day of , in the
i rlrrk of the court of the enmity of
1. In the itateof .do lierebyefHify, that
kffore whom the foreroine affidavit! were
orn. wa..at the Uroe. a here inaert,
Itiii'ir uf the oeace. or other m4:itrate, duly
empowered to admiuiater oatha, and duly em.
poeren to administer tmxuu.
tn tWlmmy-iwtirstJ nne'teal of the watd
r tourt,ilila day of - , in the year
piRnrS J . -.
Fm J a (Lxlaratitn t be made by the turn.
IV. wvtiiiwttflteeri, nuifctanM, and private. ' "
For the nurDoae of ohtaiulnif the benfit of
An act for the trlief of certain turvivinr oRi
cert and aoldien of the amv of the revolution,"
approved on the ISth of Mav, 1828, I. , of
, in the ewwiy of " in the atate of
do hereby declare that I enliated in the conti.
nental fine of tho ermv of the revolution, fur
and during the war, and continued in ita arrvice
until ita terminationi at which period I v a a
tergeantr corporal nuiaicuuu or rrivatr, aa. the
cane may be, in captain 'a company, in the
regiment of the Hnr. And 1 alto de
dare that 1 afterward received certificate for
the reward of eiehty dollar, to which I at en
titled, under a reilve of Congress, pacd tlie
15th of May, 1778.
And I further di-dare that I was not, on the
fifteenth dv of March, 18.28, on the pension
list of the Uni'ed Ptatca. (Sirned
Brfore me, , here insert either a justice
n tii-re ti iiateJ.
Witn4 e-y htd,
yeari. j (Sirnl . t ' .
' , clrrk of !ha court of the emmty of
il stats of , do hertby cer.
lift, tlw ' before whom the foreg oinj
tfftdavit were sworn, waa, at the time, here In
aert aitl r Justic of the peace or other ma
rostrate, duly empowered to admmiatef oatha,
and dull einptrea ""' .
In tclinonv whereof,! nave Hereunto wet my
r; i iLrwL .ml affiled the aeal of the id
" . . .1 f UlkltHf.
urt. tins uj vi ,
, BirncdJ .
Brigs, .MtAcVnt, &c.
E: WILLEY k CO
if Ikt Mortar tni Pftk SaUthtrf,XX
HAVING frequently been www
ted to nublish a liat of their
.IfafWui. Dntt. raintL-Xelwti
ke fofthe heneSt of the, public.
. . .
! . 1 "un !
Nil Vomi' a
rnr moiaiit. .
tlopers yrretable pul- Btoughton1 i Ildteri
monle deterrent, for Aromatle ditto
eouths eol.1 and Steer' Opodehloo
consumption. Henry' Mejrnei
t Bateouui's Dropa 1 Itoger'a Vejrttable
Codftey'a Cordial narlaem Oil, or
Uriiish Oil . Hedicametitum.
Turlington' Blm - ' - '-
Inipal part of fceir present aortmet,n TS iff ; .whit. V.T
'i,raajruiua . Z . . .. Almond
' OB of Uvendef
I ' 4..l..l..i,U-
t , Tarlarie
. Lh VoJ.
Camel halrd pencil
Copper ditto '
Rtrewlnf malt ,
" Tine and coarse iponje
" White leather aWroT"
A ooth. ecale Be welrhts
Otte of Rosea
Arsenie ,' ,
Amid4ae Lkj- of Hell. f"Heen
Allspice P" berWy
.tthrr milpbuoe f ' Pipe Clay Engusb
mm ' - 9mm.m-mm I Ml,
t s vr" -"
-fri: r Jipoper ."I
- Pilta Jatob'a 1.
ViIn oflirer end eoldieri of Ihe retrolu
lion, epproved on lheISih day of May,
:18287(of which the forrgoinK i e copy.)
trill he carried into effect under the fol
(i'LZZiPctT claitninjj under the ict,
i7 w tfili tranimit to the i eecretiiry '"-of the tre-
ury dcclr(ion accordinj; to the farm
hereunto annexed, marked. A, and each
- riotl eommitiioned officer, mutician, nd ftri
vatcr eccordioii.to. the. form marked B.
accompanied by tbe oath of two reipecta-
-.Lle-- witneaM fi jo.ie ioVniiif t? which 4 jjminister
biltuito beliken tjefort a tustice o the
ered to administer otb in tbe Kate or
'territory" in which he reside, and authen
ticated under the eal of the court of the
county in which the oath was administer
ed, a fthown in the taid form.
Each officer will also transmit his com
mission, if in existence and attainable,
and each non-commissioned officer, mu-
be returned. If ihe commission or dis
(barge hat been loat or destroyed, he will
transmit such other evidence as he may
possess or can obtain, corroborative? of the
statement set forth in his declaration.
If the evidence transmitted, taken in
connexion with that afforded by the pub
lie recordsat Washington, be found saiis
factory, the amount of two years' lull pay,
m tbe rate to which the officer or soldier
t entitled, according to his rank in the
line,-at the close of the war, or at the
time of his reduction, (as the case may
be.) buUn no instance exceeding t he-full
rticc. Juniptn. r
Crorti Marti -Corns
or Fly Stone
Conserve of Rose
Dover Powder .
Extract of Bsrk
evd to stlmimMer oatba.1 in the countv of
in he atate of penbnally, appesretU tfl'iSt
aeverallr make th that , hy whom the; "P d.
loreolng declaration waa aubsenbed, is gener
ally reputed and believed to have been an offi
ce in the .army of the revolution, in manner aa
vyitne my barw. tW dy 6r'-, In
the yer r V(Kned
I, -, clerk of the court of the county of
, in the atateof , do certify, that ,
before whom the foregoing affidavits were aworn,
waa, at the time, a justice jof the peace.
- - - it.. tnau iia m it. i (iiiiu amnnwartui in i
aw MVI caiav UWM miv, v vu av ,
V. '.i...;,- -'--- - - aVw.'. af nLawaMetmA'
- In teatimouy whereof, J hair lie retmra et rr"1 "
t. a;j hand, ami sHiied-thr srarof the sawl
- - conrt,- thia dav of " '.. m the yej 4.
Form tf a Paver tf Jtttrney,
Know all men bv the presents, tltat 1; ,
of , in the countv Of . In the'itate of; Ens. Venerii
, do hereby constitute and appoint1 , my i Elixir Paregoric
true and lawful attorney, with a power of sub-1 Vitriol
mtution, for me. and in tnv name, to receive ; Emp. Adnacsmtrr,
Potash Potaatte Jlqlphu .;
Pitch Burgunda. . .
- Columho - .-.- ..- I
"" Coliirobo Pulr,
Curcuma Longa "
l Galangal "--
- Jarttpsnlla - :
Elecampane t r
Perkina' ditto 1 ditto
Com. Mortars k PestletCologne water
VeOow ditte -
Ttsy - m ditte
Ttrd seating ditlp"
Pnliihinr Powders Antique Oil
Pill boxes Mecar oil
Tooth brualie . F.yetone
Tooth powder Eye-wter
Pomatum Rotten atone
Fancy paper " lamp oil "
Swim Glue Bole armenl
Caatilt oap Taper
Windsor ditto , Umonjuiee,
Nple ditto Hull 1'mar
Trantparent toap Hacoboy ditto
Waahball ditto Scotch ditto
White ditto fcnurTb.xci
MAMftttM It Alt
j . , f u,f. mu. MO,
i noTTlo.' (iallipou aborted
1 pt. do. do. t Pill tiles "
f-trrx, coloks tfe
White lewd ;';',-,','ZTt' M rrnniH,v-
Red ditto 1. . .." Copal varnU r'"
Rtack-di'to atadder "
Terra de sienna
- Ground fuatie
- LogwooiHn stick
I Red saiihderi''"
ArnaUo - . ... '
" r. White sltwtard -
. Black ditto
tMin surviving officers and soldiers of the revo
lution, approved 15th '" May, 1826, as a in
the 4 regiment of the line of the army
Witnen my . hand and atal, this
, in the year
Sealed and ileHvertd in tht"i
pretence of J
"Signed. 1. jJ
Before me, , a justice of the pence in the
county of , in the state of , personally
appeared, this day, , whose name i tub
scribed to the foregoing power of attorney, and
acknowledged the same to be his set and deed.
Witness my hand, this day of, in th
year . ' Signed!
-1, ; tleTtrof the court -of the county of
SSXJLS2ton of the continental-line, - , in the stateof , do hereby certify,
will be t ransmltted to him, at the place
ol his testdchce, after drdoctinpj there
day of LFol. Digital's
' Uva Urai
't. re.wlMtm,lhfl fowling Rpwer.ofl f"g&
f renriheraTnrjrjnrrjf rrrTmiorihiclrf
m. ' ! Ill T
he may have received from the United
Stales since the 3d day of March, 1826.
"He "may, however, aut hciize any ot he r
person to receive it for him t in which
Case, he will execute a power of attorney,
according to the annexed form marked
- Cr which must be acknowledged before a
justice, of the, peace., OLP'bcr .maeistrale,
and authenticated under the teal of the
attorney w acknowledged, is a justice of the
fdurt of thr ceurtt v m" the same mnner
10 any such attorney, until he has made
!wtb'rTc6n3Ini' to the" annexed ' form 'D;
that -the py whkb he is auihoriicd to
receive is intended to enure wholly to the
personal benefit of the officer or soldier
whoiie attorney he is.
It is teqaeiaed that all letterr to the
secretary of the treasury) on the subjects,
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto tet mv
It. s.J hand, and affixed the eal of the aaid
court, tin day of, in- the year.
: """""" t-3
Fom tf JJi davit tt bt taken ly Attorney 1.
Before me, , a justice of the peace in the
county of , in the Of , perOt.ally
appeared this day, , tlie attorney named in
the foregoing power of attorney, and made oath
that the;aame wav not gtmt to'ttinr try reason trt
any tranfifer, or of any attachment, levy, or sciz.
inerein iuthonged lobe received, but that the
said pay H Intend
sorial benefit of the person by whom the said
power war executed.. . J. ..'
Witness my hand, thit -. day of , in the
y ext . .
Ilefore me, , here insert either a justice
of the peace or other maffistrate. dulv emnnw.
ered to administer oath, in the county of , Lichen Islandicu
",c swie 01 - , personally appeared, this ' Mace
day, and , of the aaid county, ho I Manna Flake
did, severally, make oath, that ,by whomi Magneaia Carb.
- . Bensn-
, Mastic- "
Sugar of Lead
Sodae Sup, Carb.
Spirit of Nitre dulc
' of Wine
of Lavender Com.
I of Turpentine
"T of rtartahorn
"" ' of pamphor
A ffrlHOIl I401 - -
Unci Aaafaetida -T
Aloe e. Myrrh
'' " Cnthride
V mi v.ars YlawV
. Cinnamon -
Capsicum ; .
Yellow Ocre -Crocus
2 Gal. Specie Dottle I do,
1 do. do. do.
do. do. do.
1 qt. do. do.
1 pt. do. do.
I do. do. do.
t gal Tincture Bottle funnels
do- do. ' do. Nipple shell
1 qt. do. po. Breast pipes
1 pt. do? " ao." ' lM urinals" '; :
Jdo.' do.' dni. ' Atortar and pestles
oa. do.-- :" rl.' "Pungeul hotllc
4 do. Tincture lloltle Jteiort ' '
2 do, do.- do. ,Pg lainpa ....
ritr. Mtnni.idr. i.crxF.i
Voung, il,ste, and lottly pleased, yrt lutf
lie fore yon altar droops a pl .tiird mauL afraid.
Cutd in her bridal rob of tiiutlc white.
Dumb with tht cene, ami trrpi.J with delight t
Around her hymeneal rusrdian si six I,
Fach with a tender look and freling bland 1
Ami ort sue turn ner oeainy-oeamingeye,
Dimm'd wi'.h a tear of hsnpines gone by 1
Then coyly views, in youth commanding prtdcj
Her own adored one panting by her side 1 -
Like line bending from the nootulide blaze,
liar ha-hful eye .lid droop beneath hi git 1
Whila love nl homsg oiena ineiruiiwrul powr
And she J halo round bit marriage hour !
What though bis chance-abounding life erdaln
A path of angu'wh and prerariuu psin 1
liv wane or woe. where'er eonvpeH'd he rove.
A cot's a palate by the lit ht c4 lovel .
4 her heats one bctrt wtur.tuuntil dejith, wW
A rushing, glowing louni i tympaiuy 1
One rr6ntr. ere to kindle ith his own, ''
One changelrtIrleltM) other Wend are
O t sand inn 1 how the kve-unSlc4 pair, (flown
Fountain of lore f -tor Taw art prcaeat Ihenai.
1 qt. aalt mouth'd
1 pt. do. da.
do. do. do.
Etxti' Lancet j
Goh. Ut. Catlteterl .
Gum elatic do.
rpilR valuable .W and Lmtt formerly the
1 nronerty of Georee Saner, dec d. sre of.
fered for aale by the late nurchnserJ. Thii lnnd
l'ua on Dutchman! creek, i mih a east of Mi.ck.
ville, adjoining tlie Gih-a Mumfwrd tract, and is
equal to any land in liowtn eon my, wnn a large
proportion of superior meatlnw 1 the Milla are
of superior coiiitruction, and baveJiow a very
good and increasing run of eystom t the water-
power can very conveniently be made to drive
any kind of Machinery.- Fit other particulars.
and trrma, apply to 'I homsn D, Gibbt, one of
the proprietors, on the premise.
.16tf THOMAS D. GIRBS,
Mai C3rf, 1 828. MARTIN 8A NER.
N. B. Another tract, belonging to Peter Sa
ner, adjoining the above, containing 225 acres,
will be told in connexion with the above, or rep
arafely as may bet suit the purchaser which
is likewise first rate land.
will he 'old. a lot adjoining the town of
Mocksville, containing ten acre of land, with aj
good dwelling-house, with out-Iiouse, and an
eXCetlenr garden-Mhit propercy wiH he aold
low, oil accommodating terms. Apply as above
Ffl HE subscriber being determined to return
A to the eastern part of the State to ri aide
next winter, oflers for sale his valuable Planta
tion in Rowan county, containing thret liundreil
and twenty-fine a cret all of which laoi a aupe.
rior quality. Those who have seen the land,
amy it i caual to any in the county.,. There are
excellent buildings of every description on the
plact. . Persons who want a healthy situation, a
H Md-ifui4for Sloieandattelr.ganttwtfwill
DC very mucpieiuwtwiffi thu fund Thi anil
roM road, Sdjmnmj the.land of Mn -Allmaml
Hall, Mt. Joseph Cowan, and other.- f deem H
unnecessary to say any thing further, as it is
presumed the purchaser will view the premises,
4th, 1828. 18
M ISCFXLAK tOUS-r-
Jetaey Wagon, lot? Sale.
IOH ale, low, a good Jeriey IVaftn, or Car
. r.AJ, with Harness. For further informa
tion, apply to the editor of thia paper.
v bum V " "
. The annexed paragraph is tn elo
quent dcl'moitioo of what all can feci,
but what few can to faithfully dcicribc.
It i from a novel, r milled. J Marriage
a work written with uncommon power
and al)ilitr:- There ia, perhaps, no
feelint;' of our natare 80 Tagoe,.ao ...
complicated, ao mysteriuui at that io
which we look upon the cold remains
ol our fellow mortal. The dignity
with which death Investa even the
meanest of ita victim, inspire! ui with
an awe no living ihinar ran erwnte.
ik mMiiarcli on hit throne it leaa
awful than the beggar in his shroud.
The marble featuttri -the powerleit
hand the etiflcoed.limbeiohi. who ....
encontemplatei the e-with feelisga
that "can be de fiojid f L The'ae are the -mOcfcery'ofIfoar-hopennd
our fondest love, our idlest hate. Can .
it be, that we how. shrink with horror
from i the touch of that hand which' btif '"'
ye at ci day. sv airio wlIy.HaapeAlinli)ur.."I
own? Is the tongue whose accents
even now :dcll.in our. ear, forever.,
chained in. the ailence of. death ?
These black and heavy eyelids are
they forever to seal up in darkness
the eyra whose glance no earthly
power could restrain ? And the spirit
which animated the clay, where ia it
now Is it wrapt in bliss, or dis
solved in wn ? Does It wltn twxt
grief, and share our sorrows? Oris
the mysterious type that linked It with
mortality forever broken i And the
remembrance of earthly scenesare
they indeed to the enfranchised spirit
as i the" morning dreamTir lhe7dew up
on the early flower T Reflection! such
as ihese naturally arise in every breast.
Their influence la fe!t,though their
principle is the same, however it
may diflVr in Tia nperatiohsi"7'-"-"'''''-''
Silk.' The silkworm is a native of
China. The Seres, who inhabited
the. aoxtkcxa pari oi thatxountry colli-
vated Ihe ' prtcioua'ittlcle -IIaviBg .
been expelled by the J Juos, A. D 93, .
they scaled in Little. JchariBwl.SiiJt l
vcre first brought from China to Syria
and Kgypt hyaraJers7-who, in cara
vans, j)erformed journeys of 243 days
through the deserts of Asia. The
price was far beyond the reach of Ty
but the rich, and for a long time the
use oi silk among the Romans waa con.
fined to women of fortune; The Em
peror Aurelian refused his queen a
garment of ilfc, by reason of the-high
price it bore -its weight in gold.
In the Cth century, two monks, who
had been - employed as missionaries in
the east, penetrated into the country
of the Seres, and observed the labors
of the silkworms, and the manner of
working their production into elegant
fahricks. They impamd the secret
to the Emperor Justinian at Constanti
nople, who induced them by a great
reward, to return and bring away a
quantity- vf - the silkworm'- eggs. . .,
They put the eggs into the hollow of
a cane." and" h'r'oii ght'thern "safely" to
I he egga were hatched, and the worms
.f?!lwlh.mulberryleaves and the in
Bects produced from the cane-full 6(
eggs, were the progenitors' of all the
sil k worm s a( E utope andlhe, . w etero
part of 'Asia. Tbe people of the Mo.
reayand of cities -of A thoia ani l bC
beV; nj iidnhe profit; o(4he.cnlm..
years i but in 114G the king cf Sicily -
!'? i:7'"?- "-'"sJ' vW;iEmJ":srT)'.'g?? ffft-.T-
made war upon Greece ana carnca vu
i great number of silk weavers, who
rau gh t the Sic'rHahr toTaise silk worms
and to weave oitlk atuflsl.The Sara
cens introduced the silk manufacture
into Spain and Portugal j arid subse
quently the. Italian States, France. nd
England engaged in it.
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