! t 4
. SALISBURY, XORT.ll CAROLLVA,
t- by rriu AtLFMOKO.
. ....... ....... A
fTMIIS elegant rstuDlisiimeni, suua'cu
I v ..' tt,- north irnr of the Court
r 3 n.t. Vns been recently repaired mm
fitted vp In a new and superior style, for the re
rep'ion of Companv.' The greatest fMARMve
lieen taken to procure for this establishment
new furniture of everr description, necesMiry
-for the-comfort .cf Travellers j the most ap.
proved Servants have been selected with great
..caret the barntocked with choice liquors, and
. 7:' ' 1 I'. -.'LK ..J aMah(iuA
fi the stable wtemiea dy ooiiik
1 hollers. ' The convenience of thi situation t
5 j number of private room, and mif-hdintesv well
t calculated for. the accomraoaation pf'Travellers
ano uoaniers. yuiaoncu iw .imnii
' lirflfoodi ana Hook Store.,,
"x-.,.TflihMe uha .may please to caii on tiim, ne
imurel them that io pari)r;;'rciM
mtmitit.- j . i .1...' -
I ? . '-' 'fnilE Kibscriber ha renWeit from the
I" rl L hone Tormerly owned by Ca'pt.
r AeWlfVU dec'd, to the house lately
- if, , bceupied by Mr, David Porter, in the east end
. of the town t where be will continue hi 7111'
'! )t'i lit incerey thank hi friend and
I 1 " the fmblic for the patronage heretofore etfen-
J tied to Wmt tnd he solicits the continuance of
'; r , He pledge hi unremitting attention to hia
; biumesa, andkimlnes to those who may be
! t - pleated to cau upon him. 12
BtateiviBe, Inlet! e. JV. C. .iprilH. 1 82a ,
NWWs tuu Lanvs.
rilllK valitalle Milli anl Aonr(
I lormerly the propert v m Geo.
aner, dec'd. are oflc red fir tale
frnr the late purchaer. ... Thii land
He on Dutchman! creek, 4 milea east of Mocks
,JtiBNu.diiriu'mir t'te Of ih-a Mumford tract, and ia
: -ftrotiortioa f..upenor mTpX3be3)lh tret
raopenor conatmctton, aitd bave now a very
i 4 - fcsod rd Mreiiiiiiii run of custom i the water-
1 power can very conveniently be' made to unve
4--" 'an Knd of machlneryr For other partknlara.
and term, apply to Thomai D. iubbt, one Of
the proprietor, on toe premiaea.
I6tf THOMAS D. filBBS,
JOSFPII IIA.NKS, .
Jay 25J!, 1828. MAKTIN BANRR.
N. B. Another tract, belonging to Fetrr Sa
nor, adjoining the above,' containing 225 acrea,
ill be pld in connexion ith the above, or tep
rately a may beat mil the purchaser ; hicb
If like iae first rate land.
Jiln, will be fold, a lot adjoinine the town of
jfutkwlle, containing ten acre ot land, with a
good dwelling-hmiae, with out .houses, and an
excellent garden : this property will be sold
low, O!) accommodating terms. Apply as above.
PannelGig, and Jersey .Wagon.
.OH safer first rate Pan
net Gig and Jersey
iJ?i wgw bev will be dis.
SSSoTfiKi rarii posed of on reasonable
l :Tm Afiply arthe mibscriTs each and gig
cmnuractory, one doof eastot the jail, on .Main
; CrwU-;-. NATHAN BROWN.
SaKrtwg, Aiigvtt tth, 1 S28. 28
rftjrE Itace ovef the Sali-
' JL burv . f urf. will com-
-tnenc on Thursday the. 3.0th
October, and continue three
First day i tm-o mile hests, free for any horse..
Are, or gelding;, - .
Second dav t mite heats, free for wv thintr
xcepi ine -winning- norse or precraing aay j -t
hird day i county purse, three best in five.
-1tibraniyJk nised tnd
owned in tbe county Ro ws ft : "
Hr. GILES, Sec'y.
-Wimsm. r i. - i.
Co tVe CtVV'VUX TUnttTS.
THE subscriber has bci n enga "e(i in he
manufarture of CUTlOfi GtA'S, for
many ers4 he has travelled, within a few years,
through the sta'ra, of S. C, Alah.. Geor. and
Mutrtssipni for -the purpose, of iroproviug . Jiim.J
tell in the principles and construction of these
useful mar.hinea : from his enlarged experience
in this businera, he feels some confidence in pre
eming bis claim to the attention of Planters ;
he feels asired, that by combining the late im
provements in Cotton Gin with a recent im-
jrovement of his own, he cart make Gins pick
rom a 14 to 1-3 faster than the common Gins
tnd at the same time to moat, in a superior
manner : these improvements can be put upon
the common Gin in an effectual manner, inrnu
murli as they appertain mostly to the breast of
He will repair, or make Gins to order, at a
- Forrefcrence ra ta the ptan ind fTeratton of
Ins work, he would refer to Jesse llsrgrat e, of
Lexington'; An-lrnon F.ll'w, of the Jersey Settle.,
inent, and Michael Brown, cf Salisbury.- He
ha en hand, and for s&le, when finished, five
or six excellent Gins. 6t3
HENRY A. CLING AMON.
frxington, Auitti 1H28.
Vr : -
" 'WtjmentoV iirtAer.
... Iteud Quarter 63d fiefnt. A'. C. Militia, ?
uUtbury, Stpi ltf, J828.
THE otReers, iMm-commisaioned officers and
privatea, composingthe 1st Itowan (or 6id
State) Regiment of K. C. Militia, are ordered to
P.n,r ''ie 'n f Salisbury, on f(rdueda,
V wm-ffj, f,toj;'Wer.Jiexi-ia &fefc-r
armed and cnuppedfc.as,.lbe -iw- Wirectv'tor
"Teglmf hl'sl muster and review. It is strir.tlv en
joined on officers to appear completely equipped,
or the law will be enforced. aninst tlirm.
The comtiioned officers are onlered to ap
pear at the same place, at 9 o'clock a. on Tues
day, the 21st, with fire-armr, for drill.
r.IIWAKIJ YAKUKU, Lot. Comdt.
Sept. ht. 1-828. Tf.6
"isOU sale, vholftalt and retail. Srcw Cottok,
.,1. Nunibir to 615, iiroluive, at tliu Factory
price,, from' Fu-vlteville. Apply to
Wikjiry, Atqj St 1825. IX)
TIN'TESD remoIng from 8libtiry m to(it
two month from this timet those indebted
to me by t.otc, will please call and pay the
same; and those thathsve open accounts, win
also please .lo call and cloe fhe same at or be.
fore the October court nextj those that fall to
eomplv with the above requeatu, may expect to
find th'eir papers without discrimination, n the
Immls of an Oiliecr for collection.
.Vff.8 1823. . '3- ' '
Watch 'end ChAMmMiBlh
-HAW-.rJustJtcetved n elegant assonmem
J 1 of arrirfe ttv fhelP EuiitswbeX,HI
a . - a
ell very low for cash, or to punctual customer
oh a credit. CT AH kind of Watche repaired,
and wtrranted t perform well.
rTIHE aubscriber has just returned front" Mi
Jewelry, Watcha; SihtrWare;UK
as was ever offered far sale Sn this place i hi
Jemelrv is of the litest importations, and the
most fashionable and elegant kinds to be had in.
anv of the Northern Citie : elegant Coll andi
Silver ll utcheii plain Do. j &c. &e. And in a
few dy, he will receive a very elegant aswirt
ment of Military Gd. Also, all kinds of Ml
vtr.U'arr, kept constantly on hand, or made tn
order o.i abort notice? All of which will be sld
lower than such gowts were ever disposed of
before in this place.
The pubiic are respectfully invited to call and
examine tlies gooda; their ; richness elegance, 1
and clieapness, cannot uu oi pleasing ino?e woo
wish to buy. ' '
All kinds of ffarrV Rifahftt, and warranted
to keep time t the shop Is two doors below the
court-house, on Ma'ntreet.
' KORERT WVKNH
SaUibw-y, Vi -6-1818. 17
Tlt4LL-find it J.o their adwiSge, to stop 4
t f the MKIL wlwre everOutl
venience is prmidwl furMan and Horse, to make
them comfortable at tlie moderate charge of 25
cents a day" and night, for the privilege of the
Vied, "(lie use ''of': gdddliouse.fire!-water, and
shelter. Attached to the Ya-d, are a Grocery
and Provision Store, Broad Shop and Confec
tionary, and House for Boarders and Lodgers-j
in. a p'ain, cheap, wbolesoine and comiort
Fatif'ueiille, U April. 1828.
THE wibseriher respectfully informs the eit.
ixens of Sal'iibttry, and the surrounding
country, that he ha established a Book Itintlmi
in said town, on Main Street, a few doors smith
of the Court-House ; where he will be thankful
to receive any kind of work in his line of business.
From a number of years experience, in F.urope
and America, he feela confident of beingjble to
give entire satisfaction to all those who may fa
vor him with any deacription of Rinding.
Rtant Roih made to order after any pattern
furntHheri, on. short notice, and at prices which
no one can complain of.
Old Bwkt Rtbmwt, either plain or Drnamcn
tat, on the most moderte terms. Alt orders
from a diitncej'aklifully attended to. . The,
ronage of the public i renctfu!lv solicit ei!
their obt aervt JOHN II. 1)E CAUTKKE
SaSrWir, April 28A," 1 82. ' - " 62
ViRtftte of ('ftVit. l. tirallft. 1
. .a -.
Pavid Craiee.Tate of ' Itowin cnniiKdec'd. we
arsirr an persons imieiMru io aiu urcrssru, 10
ttake'paf ment with s Uuledelay- a. possjUes
snd all persons having claims apsint the estate.
j : ii j-i .. j .t-i.:i . "-.'
f o present" fhem," regnlly-Haieled.. witliin ihe
time presxrjf(Jbv act of asseniblv, rtKeriPIsei
this jtptiee will plead w-Tirlnjelr fecOteTE;
3mt37 "Titos. f;RA1GF - . .
... . ROBF. . RAlGrV-
P Mecklenburg county, on the 22d daf of
" " April, lS'.H, a wer't tramun named Ami).'
ho avs she belongs to a man by the name of!
John Herren, who lives in Duplin county, N. C.i
i ue owner i requemeu io come rorwam, prove
property, pay charges and take her aav
- - - JOI1X SLOAiVSAen
Jlfotr 12. 1828. 24f1 fMckienkw eimtp.
s ConuwUled to 3n
IV Ralisliiiry, N. C." on the 6th inst; a negro
man, who says his name is John, that he ran
awav from his master, John Pegns about two
weeks since, in Colum'iia 8. C. ; says he former
ly belonged to tbe estate of Gen Nst. Cardie.
of 8iiss x county, Virg. i he is about 6 feet high,
32 years old, straight built, black complected,
with a small scar' above the right eye. The
o ner ia desired to prove property, pay charges,
and take him way. F. SLATER, bhf.
Sept. 8A, 1828. 31
UoiwmUieA to ttiti 3aW. 1
OF Wilkes county, a negro Boy, who says his
name Ts'BILt4 belongs toEzekicl -'Trot
man, of Alabasia, and ran awsy below Fayette
ville.' He is 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, well
made, rather light complected, between 22 and
23 years old : no particular marks perceptible
oo-him. lliawncxiareaiiested to N prove
property, pay charges, and take him awav
N. D. Since the above was published, the
fellow say his name is Dunitl, and that he be
longs to Wjlliam Powel, of Richmond county,
V.Carolina. CHAHI.KM PH ELI'S, Jail.
HVtwrW, May 30, 1828. 19
tliebsorabeJ1, on the 4tWn.stii toilir-
fellnw named TOM, between 35 and 40
years old, J feet 8 or 9 inches high, has a scar
on his throat, stutters badly, hia two toea next
the big toe grow; together. A very liberal re
ward will be given any one who Will take up said
hoy, and deliver him to the subscriber, 9 miles
from Salisbury, on the YYilkesboro' road, or con
fine him in jail, and give me information. 32
Stpt.'M, 1828. THOMAS WOOD.
4 FULL supply of the above article, is just
received and for sale at reduced prices by
K W1LLEY Co.
fiH$nrj, Atit 18tf, 18,28, tjgfi '
tl Til WIITIIS C1I0UIUI, ,
"Nunc vino pellite curau '
Cras ingf ns iterablmus rquor." ',
M Eat, drink, and be merry, for to-morrow we
Tlie voice of tfisdom cries, M Prtvih I
" Jlut do not spare the hoarded Store ,
"Since here yeu cannot long abide, , ..
" And future times will furnish more.
, " Knjo)' the bountie nature ends, . ','
" M'tUi children, spouse, and chosen friend.1',
Why should our ariioui Hiougbtl extend"
' ltevond the nni lent cares of life.' V
i-' Except to that Itnporttnt end ,
-Which terminate our mortal atrue f .
n.Hut weaUlt nt feme wljKen y ail 4;
To steer our bar k vt trim our sail, "
Wttiin the span wktch Heaven prescribes, ,
IaA all tur wihet be confined i"':
t lies who ftoioenci.confide. , :, '
Wiih arunlineji his nart nerfurms. ' "
III UUf fV'ilUUV eiuvft UafVW-'',;
TZTtMM. ! IJ-piP(r time
An hour pt pleasure not or waste p-p
KeAher elated nor mplne,
Hut in t medium sweet and chaste, '" '
Itie bounteon hand of Heaven adore, '
lEnjoy it gift, tnd hope for more'.,""1 '
Let men of txjr fiercely drive .
To mount the thorny chair tof state i
Let. Young Ambition enterprise
To stem the silent march of fate i
rl wisdom part to steer between, '
And tmile upon the paasing acene.
The mn, who tcorn dishonord life,
Prepared to stand in freedom's cause,
Deternin'd in the diteat strife
Waged for his Country's ptlen
This ia tbe man that always must
He free, till dust return to dust. 0
' ' ' ' ftoa rtt aatib.
Dark dealing power ! around thy way,
The wrecks ot human grandeur lay i
Oblivion' waters, cold and black.
jivm www ,nv ivvsnr ww sswasj TttrvrtJi"t
nd darkfar hide from mortal ken
1 he traces where tby course bath been,
jtysteriqii power! ttilt deep tnd iftronf,
Tli tide of year shall roll alohgt
"The un"hall leite "Mihorae'onhlii.'r;:
The moon and stars of heaven shall die :
And Metj shaltbe the last to fall.
The conqueror and the end of all.
Music, when sod voice die,
Vibrates in' the memory i -Odours,
when sweet violet sicken,
Lire within the ae'nt they quicken.
Base leaves, when the rote i dead,
Are hetp'd for the beloved' bed ;
And so thv thought, when thou art gone,
Love iiseli'ihalJ slumber on. .
jKxtswctlrom the MinuUaofth Synod of North
" TheTynod of North Ctroliot,- from
long observation) fee littR deeply Impressed
the grett imporitnce;. of " SundtyT
School institution!; tnd convinced of the
important effects they ire ctlcutated to
produce on the rising generation, do bere-
i i. .i j r.:j. r
earnestly icvouiiiithvj iu tus; iiiciiub oi
Zion within their-bounds, the formation
otr'onoaj' pc boot unions, tor eich-coni
ty fn"the Stale ; l soxilttry -tM The
Aroericn.iodayScbpo I Unotj'Iwhich
holds its Srssions'in-the City ofrbiUdel-
nifii' - . -To,th end, '
nleUer. and James lUmnefr snd the
1 IIoh".llIenff "Potter,- be-- ommitteeT io
draft JuchForm of pJJ6nt1fultoti, is may
be expedient for uch societies to tdopritadifltages tjf County ...Uojon, jnay
and to publish an address, furnishing ihe
community with uch explanations and
direction a may be proper Tor dircclinpj
lne public mind, tnd exciting public exer
jont ,hj, ubj
I The Committee instituted by the above
Revolutions htve -cooidcred Jh. subject
...Km'.tixt to them and now. in eomnlTtSchool M a wzne-a, valuable and in
anceTwith the wishes of Synod, they beg
leave, respertfuUv, to recommend lo the
good people of North Carolina, the forma
lion of a Sundny School Union in etch
county in the Srstr, under the following
Preamble : Ti Tuliivate concord, be
nevolence, tnd Christian charity; to im
part Literary and Religious instruction,
gratuitously, to the rising generation ; to
train up the youth in the way in which
-lHwy-gVnd30.?nMtmw 1 he
benevolent efforts of the friendf of 5ab
... , ------
ba'th'Schoot instruction, of every name.
We, the subscribers, agree to associate
ourselves, under the title of ''TheThere
insert the name of tbe County or Town
Sunday School Union ;" tnd, for our rov
emment, have adopted the following Coif
1 Aancu 1 This Society shall be
composed of such School cietie in the
County, or Town, as the case may be,
ss shall be admitted Into this Union, tnd
armtn-iryi Hwdvange? or three uouars wr
Life Memoerthip. AnyhulnheT'of aem-.
bers present at an annual meeting shtll be
sufficient to form a fluorurn. .
Art- 3. The business of this Society
shall be conducted by a Board of Mana
gers, to consist of a President, four Vice
Presidents,! Recording SecretaryCt Cor
responding Secretary, Treasurer, and
twelve other Managers, to be elected at
In some instances, one Secretary may be suf
ficient, of this, however, eynf, Society will
every sntual luctlin g tf U-3 ..otlct rsrs J
-e . r.. t I
oi two JvcprcseRiauvca nwiu cam iuiuui
Society, to be by them ehoscrt previous to
the annual meeting. Ministers of the
different denominations, whose School
Societies tre ttttched to this Union, shall
be honortry members of the Board, tnd
hive t right to vote on til questions. ,
Art. 3. The Hoard shall htve
power to fill til vacancies in their
own bodvj tn fnrni School Societies
throughout the County j and to make
all necesary)3ye.Lawt. They shall
meet according to their own adj'ouin
menfs. nr the call of the I'rcatdcnt .,ejr I
a Vice President : And five shall be a
siness, ,a, , t j f r, .. j - .h t
Art, 4, The intcrtoi- management
of. each. School shtll be jconfided to a
grjrreTnrd by ; aucb, rolea as . the tjpard
may think proper to .addnt. ;C
the Society shall be on the third Moti.
dy of March j one month previous to
which, each School Society I'.all . re
port in writing to the Corresponding
Secretary, the state and progress of its
School from which the Board shall
form a general Report, to lay before
the dnnual meettng of the Society.'
"A rt. 6. This Society shall be aux
iliary to the American Sunday-Sclm sl
Union, to which the Board shall re
poTt annuallv,"ahd "fromwhTch the
BoMrd. shall procure suitable supplies
of books for all the Schools in their
Art. 7. Every School Society
shall be nrianiied by a meeting of the
subarribers or contributors, under such
modifiotion. aainay ;e,eiftoThft:rijQ8t
Manatrers. jor bv the SunerioteAdent
and Tejachet-spo be chosen at tffe first
rules and regulations tff the Board of
Managers. And each Society, ah all
contribute to the Union, its quota fur
books, nnd for itccoroiog.auJiiuary to
the American S. S. Union.
Art. 8. The Board shall provide
a depository for the books at some
convenient place, ana snau appoint :
Librarian, to take charge of and dis
tribute them to their Schools, accor
ding to the terms and instructions- to
be prescribed by the Board.
Impressed with the belief that all
elf-created ' Societies should be clog
ged as little at possible with constitu
tional duties and restraints, and, aware
of the amount of hariavour'" which
will be conferred . by the Printers t
the State giving, publicity, to jhis
scheme, and which the Committee
here beg leave to bespeak, they-haye
cautiously guarded against unnecessary
details. A diversity of opinKHi a to
ihe form, should create no difficulty,
since no modification which recognises
the ecnetar principles of-tu propped
totjstitntifmf would .defeatviUcjubject,
And . if, on experiment, it shall l?
lound, in any"coantr, that -no, more
therefure; no CouniVUnror
such School, ihouch deprived oOhe
and ought to become auxiliary to the
American Sunday School Union, from
which it will derive important benefits.
.i Vor general information on this sub
ject, the Committee would recommend
the perusal of the American bunday
- . -'riivi --t-
tereninc: work, puoiisnea in rnuauei
phia, at Si 50 per annum. In this
work the inquirer will be thoroughly
instructed in all the duties of a buper
intendent. Librarian. Teacher, and
- , m
Pupil t and h all the rules and regu
lations proper for the government and
conduct of Sabbath Schools ; and will
at the tame time find much to encour
age his hopes and strengthen his resn.
lutions and purposes of doing good
upon a broad-acale. 1
The tdvanttcea. which the Un
ion" affords, are, the collection of im
portant facts and information j union
of concert; uniformity ot operation j
combination of effort j saving of ex
pense r andThrtBCreaserof thntebarUy
which never faileth." "In the Un-
ion of. the friends of Sunday Schools in
a National Institution, there will be
no sacrifice of principle j no comprom
ise of duty no interference wito the
nations j all discordant elements are
bsmslledTtinton- with. Christ and one
anothr, form the basis ol the Ameri
can Sunday School Union.' -
The books of that Institution . are
admirably calculated to please and in
struct the youth, and! to imbue their
minds with useful knowledge : they
are selected with much care, by a
Committee of five persons comprising
members' of different denominations of
Chtistiar.9. ll::,y cf httt Y.'di Vf,U
umes bear the rsiaiks of deep research'
and strong intellectual endowment, bur
are written in a style so simple, a me
thod so perspicuous, and with such
graphic development, that the young
reader comprehends the subject, and
is delighted with the book. Thesn
books, too, are sold to Auxiliary So
cieties at very reduced prices so much
so, that the saying in purchases very
soon exceeds the fee (g3) given to the.
Parent Institution for the privilece oC
becoming Auxiliary, . ; :r
Irt "Wmtnencm a school,- it is im
Eortant to have a small . selection of ;
ted cards and tickets. These can" be
obtained from some of the depositories 4
ofthisState, with less delav, probably
depoMtorlesT'is'in Fayeueyillw iroder
.l ' "If ,:trii""n'""n,i---
me carw ot sfonn xylite itae, isq. fOat
In v the further discharge of this
solemo duty; the cpmmitfee must take
the liberty ruf' recommend to the sc.
rious Consideration of every reflecting
man and woman in the State, the
moral obligation which rests upon e very
one to patronize . and aid Sunday.
School establishments, It is no vision
ary subject no untried theory. Ex
perimcnttjbayelbeenmul uccess tua crowned every effort. The
way is now open j and all are invited
to go forth, in thego?d and sure work,
Who can tell rhe amount of that moral
influence, which these institutions have
already. exerted over the human fami
ly? And whose perspicacity, piercing
Ih erti 1 raartwhin g-otiherthree-
distant quarters of the Globe, and the
thousand Islands scattered ii the Valt
Oceans,- , and Sund
followed the Bible into almost' everjr
land,) and passing by the numerous
foreign nations of our own hemisphere,
we eaft lrtady"."afita mbW fthio-our -own
territory, about 250,006 children;
instructed. la Sabbath-Schools. -
By the last estimate of the Nitiotw
al Institution we have 2600 Schools
and 24,307 Teachers j and since the
formation of that Society, io May
1824, it appears that 5481 Teachers
and Scholars have made a profession
of religion. There are numerous in
stances of Sunday School Pupils be
comiog ornaments of the learned pro-.
fWmtt f m& wi, -9 h iwzof.the..learned
Divines, received their first religioul
impressions in such Sclioolsi'
t)ur " world is ' undergoing a prooV
the rrie ans ho v e m ployed to rn liotate' -the
condition of sinful man and fit him.
for the enjoyment of ihe upper world r
among "these," are, Bible Societtet,
MUsinnarr Soeielie, Ttaci-SocietJCJ,
and BihleClass-AssociationsrTheie .....
and othef 'I
hands of God, are throwing a flood of
light "whVriTmdril 'darkness-has Un -
nurieryrf6r"aIT the 6ther moral, brnev-
seems to be the foundation stone, laid
by infinite Wisdom and Goodness, on
which we may build our hopes for fu
ture generations t and the American
Sunday-School Union is the focal lu
minary the Sun which shall radiate
oor-wholr irystemrIt-therefore be-...
comes all the friends of social happi
ness to lead, a helping hand to this sys
tem. The object T worthy the migh
ty efforts of the united community.
The National Institution calls, for
help. The wandering, Sabbath -break,
ing youth of oar own State must be re
claimed. The mass of children must
be instructed. Morality and Religion
must be taught to the rising generation.
"A nd' whoi Shall effect this ijrcat wotU
The cry 1 to all j for every ooe can
dfrBometl.ingj.nnd the united whole,
with Divine aid, 7arr"do"all-thiogT
needful. Tnx Committee.
fatjetteviUe, Aug. 20, lp28.
ru - r..u..: k.M M.anrMthded to a"1
io 1643. They form tn outcry, common netrl;'
to til Countries tnd time 5 - "
VV jsVrnen labor, good men
Knave depie, tnd fools, believe t
i.llelrALwd? tnd now stand to,. MV fJ.T
'A";'Or knsves" tnd toriiFsite uodot ;
' Stopi passenger, for her? is I'"d .
One who the debt of nature paid.
This is not strange, the reader crieli
' We all know liere t dead roan lie.
You're right i but .top, I'll teU you ;
He never paid t debt before :
; And now he's gone, I'll further iy
Hfr "nevey will another PVv",