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SALISBURY, N. C.M..TUf5SI)AYr OCTOHKa 7, 1828.
VOL. IX.. NO. 435.
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jLa Act altering the dirtie J Winw imported
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JJi? enacted by'tht tenafetnd hotrf
ttfirttrntathri of the Uttted State of
jiitrlc9.in tonfreiaicmbUd,XU from
"".niausr .th Cr dty JfnrT
h duties now imDosed on wine irapot
-led into the - United States billceasel
and that, in lieu thereof, the following ou-
tiei sbsll be levied end collected on all
(net to lmoorted. that I to tar I
On the wines of Prince Qermsny , Spain
and the Mediterrsnesn, when imported in
casks unless specUlly enumerated, fif
teen cent per gallon t except me reo
vines of Fr.tce and Spain, when not 1m-
Tiorted In bottle, which hll psy only ten
ccnta oer csllon I on wines, of all coun
trice, hen Imported in boitlet or rase.
iinli peeially enumerated on wine of
acilr, and on all wineaww nuqierr.
M,k.ih.P Imnnrtd in botilf cie or
catkt, thirtj centa per eillon, in addiiion
to the duitea now exieUnr oo the ho"lei
... vlin tbu imported oo Sherr and 3i
daria wlnei, whether imported In hostin
rn or catki. fifiT renta Der Dillon, in
ddition to the'utf "th baClfca'l.wJKtn
to Imoorted.- .. . '
:; Sec" iZ'Jlnd be tr further fjwrtrrfJ-Tat
(ha du'iei imoosed bf thia art on winr
Importad, ahall be letied end eollerted on
:H wlner remaininf in the public ware
. . Iwutei after the nrat of January, one
thouind eight hundred andtwentf-ninei'
In lieu of the dnttei existing when the
tamo may have been imported.
""" vSecT3: "And be it further enacted, That'
S drawback of the dutiea on wine, im
poied by thii act, ahpll be allowed on ex
portation, and that all exuting lawt con
cerning the exportation of merchandise
&r the benefit of drawback tho collec
tion of dntiet, and the recoverr, distribu
tion and remitaion of all penaltiea and
Ibrfeitarea. ahall be taken, and he deemed
to be applicable to importations under
e - Speaker of the !fouaa-of Jteprcaentallvet
J. C. CALHOUN.
XUx Preaident ofth ITnited S(atM, and
Prrtident of the Senate.
Approved: ?4 War, - -
- - - - - jr ... JOHN QUINCT ADAM9. .
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An Act Baking anpronriatrnna for certain Fort!
ficationa of the UnKed States for the flnrt
Juarterof the year me thouuml eiglit liun
red and twenty-nine.
BR it enacted by the tmat and houie
if reflretentattvrt vf thr United Statei vf
America in conrtu aiiembied, Thit the
following sums be, .nd the same ore here
- by appropriated. lo...wh r.For. : Fortifici-
tions, to each, pecinclaRy, at follows 1
For Fori Adams, fifteen thonsandttol'
lartt for Fol Hamilton, twentv thousand
dolIartTfof Fort Monroe? fifteen thouaand
dollars ; for Fort Calhoun, ten thousand
doltara f fot Fort Macon, at Rogue Point,
ten thousand dollars i for a Fort at 0k
Island, fifteen thousand dollars; for a
Fort at Mobile Point, twenty thousand
dollars; for Fort Jackson, aixteen thou
aand dollars; for Fortifications at Pensa
cola, twenty thousand dollars ; for Forti
ficniona at Charleston,- fifteen thousand
dollara; for Fortifications at Savannah,
fifteen thousand dollar ; for repairs and
contingencies of Fortifications, three thou
sand seven hundred and fifty dollars. ''
See. 3. And be it further enacted, 7 ht
tbe sums herein appropriated! shall he
paid out of any money in the Treasurv
Bot otherwise appropriated ; but that no
part of the same shall be drawn from the
Treasury before the first of January, one -
thousand eight hundred and t went y - nine
, Approved : 84 May, 1828.
dr fraying the expenses of the Nivy for
the tint quarter or the year one thousand
eight hundred and twenty-nine, tbe fol
lowing sums he, and the same are here
by, respectively, appropriated, to wit l
For pay and subsistence of officers, nd
pay of seamen-emplered-in-th:Nivy
afloat,'two hundred and ninety-four thou
eanrf nd-event)rtght d4lara t-fofp
ut)ttence,anj aliowancea of ofiiem, and
pay of aeameo, at navy yerde, ahore te
tfopp, pospitalsi and in ordinary i fort .!
thousand two hundred and fifty-eight do!
lira for pay of superintendents, naval
constructor, and all the civil eilablith
mant. a-haarda.. p(l; .staUn Jfiern.
thousard seven hundred. and seventy-five
d6lfa?f"or povlsions, one-hondrtd and
fwrny-siT inonsana two nunoremnc nltf
d'llar( for repairi of vewrli, one bun
dred end eighteen thousand seven hun
dred and fifty dollaia; for medicines.
surgical ins'rumrnts, and hospital stores,
six thousand seven hundred and fifty dol
lars i for ordnance and ordnance stores,
twelve thmisand five hundred dollars; for
rffmiiln and improv.ments of navy
yard" twenty tlx thnusmd two hundred
and fif;r dollars ; for arrearages prior to
one thousand eight hundred and twenty
nine, three thousand seven hundred and
fifty dollars; for contingent expenses for
one thousand -eight hundred and twenty
nine, embracing the items enumerated
for that object in the act of second of
MWhrona'thonaend eight hundred end
twenty seven, sixty thousand dollars ; for
rnn-ingpnt expenses, not enumerated, for
one inousano eigni nunarco ana rwrnrr-j
clffftne thoqsand two hundred and fifty
dollars; for pav and subsistence rbT the
Marine Corps, thirty thousand five hen-
dred and ninety four dollars ; for clothing
for the sime. seven thousand on hundred
and ninety-one d'JIars, artl. twenty. uvt
cents ; for fuel nr tne ssmr, Tiiree tnou
sand and forty-nine dollars; lor coniin
reficiea fr the same, three thousand
three hundred end seventv-five : "dollar:"
for contingencies additional for th mid,
one hundred and twenty-five dollars; fr
mili'atT stores for'th same, seven hun
dred and fiftr dollars ; far medicines and
hopits sto-es for the ssme, fire hundred
and ninety-two dollars and twenty Lve
See. 2. And be it farther enacted, That
the Bums herebr appropriated shall be
nsid out of an? monev in the Treasurv,
not otherwise appropriated, but that, no
part of the same sHall be drawn from the
'treasury before ihe first of-January, one
thousand vght hundred and twenty -nine.
pprovW : gf Mav, im" "
Amertca In Cmrret attembled, ThH tbe
blowing turns be, and they are bircby
appropriated, -viz i , t
For pay, aubslstence, and provkiohs,
thirty-five thousand one hundred aI tlx
tf dollars for medicines and hfipiul
KoretTone thouasnd two hundred dslara ;
for outfits, twenty fire thousand dslara j
V repairer and oe weao4 terf .ten
thousand Hollars :' . f ?
:-'ApprwveJ i 54 Wr;imz-Tz
As Act f.K the better orpiitzation or the Me4.
hereby. apDroDriated for the Mirir Ser
vice of the United State, for the first
quarter of the year one thousand eight
nunarea and twenty nine, to writ I
, Jor pay of the Arnr.and Da? and au!
Hitenee of the Ufficeri, two hundred an
sixty four thousand and aeventy-tiz dol
lar t for forage for officer; ten thnuaand
id thirty-two dollars triVr clothinr-of
omeera servscts, tour thouawnd nine hun
dred -and forty! wo dollarif for 'the re
croltln j Knrlce nioe thousand dollar
tor tne contingent expenses or the re
cat Department of the Navy of the Unite! Vyitin aerrlce, four thousand doltarf
ntatea. '. Ifoj-the Subslatenee Denartrnent. fiftT-foor
TA4imacu4 mw eaMe.ana Aouieel tbMnd J wr. by ndred. . dollar i for the
Mav.. j .aw a . srv t . Mm... -i n t - . . - , ,
TTurrwrnwrot o me vmtea sraret on micnaairig uepartment, lorty-tour thoo-
ana alter ihe passing of this act, no per and Mrty seven cental for the Medical
son shall receive the appointment of as-1 UepaUnent, six thousand dollars for the
Mstant Surgeon in the Navy of the United fyarter Master Genersl's Department,
mates, nniess ne snail have Deefi examiri- eighty We thousand two hundred and
el ami sppmel by a Hoard or Naval twenty dollars! for the Military Academy
Surgeons, who shall be designated for at Wet Point, three thousand dollars;
that purpose, by the Secretary of the for the contihrencie of the Arnrfv. two
ravy wepsrtment; and no person ahall thousand II v hundred dollar t for the
receive the appointment of SureeOn In National Armories, ninet thousand dol
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the .-vrol the United states until he lars; for the current expense of the
th all Jiave erved at an Assistant Surgeon Ordnance Service, sixteen thousaod two
at least two rears, on hoard a public ve hundred and fift? dollars for Armament
sel of the United States, at aea, and un of new Porllficatlon, twentyfite thou
less, also, he nhsll have been examined aand dollars.
and approved by a board of Surgeon con- Sec. 5. And be it further enacted. That
stuu'ed as aforesaid. ' ,h. ..-,. h..-i ..tL,A .k .ii k-
3ec 2. And te t further enacted. That f .n. t ,k. T
. , , ) a jw-w ww vi aiuy iiiuiivr an iuv a imhi v
the President of the United 8i,tei may not otherwise appropriated but h.nio
fiesignte and appoint o eer fret or nri efth m. hli h Armn trm ik
at Mocrsmin, fftiHTn vAitorjyj
rp HE subscriber having entered Into r opart'
JL " nerahip in the Mercantile Jtudnmt, at
Moclwille, KHwan eonnty. N..C. under the
firm of UARQHAfK U HtJMT, are now re
ceiving, dlreet fmm 5ew.York aad Pbiladfl-
phla, m eatiryly atw etock of
Dry Coedtt Crochrit "
Selected and Wiffit by one of the' firm,' M
rt which they atOI-Mtl luw foe CASH., of
COTTO.Y. or mi a short credit to oanctual
dealer.. terarm wiahinr to nurchaae. Sra
rtipeetfully iavited-to call and asaaine k&
theaaelvea. ROHERT U II Alt CR A YE.
Juri wife ism r-.-'ttsr
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THE subacrihers having qualified as Admiaiiy
trators en the estate Andrew Baud, dee'd,
Lite of llurke county, desire alt persona Indebt
ed to said estate te make navment with ae Ktdav
delay aa poaaiblci and ad persons having elaUM '
araint the estate, will oretent them IrrsJIr au.
tbenticated, within the time Baited by act e.
Aatemblv, otherwise Uus notice will be plead ut '
(mt of their recovery. Sd9 ... j
Htpumbtr, 1821 Wat. L. BAIRD, 1Jmm
itfdron an i-xpmenced jud in etgnt. TreatrrT..tjefove the first f Janwary,
.Jur(coii. ucn in me navai iervie Of tl
the 1 1 hftiliinrf eToht hiliAt rlf mnit ,wimi.lna
it.;.j i!. .. . . .- I - n w
W.njten je.-to oe oenom nalel " ur-f Aoorovedt 34 Mav. 1S28.
geon f.r i Re 1 leet," who hU beturreon
of the flat? shin, and who. in uHlilm, tnl iixivik
pttal stores for the fleet, an.' inspect their
f'Unliir ; and w.So shall, in difficult cases. I
ronvilt rhthe Surgeons r.f tie several
hip, anH tnjke rrfnds of lheeharact;r
. -J An Act makinfi annronritionsfor the payment
-ofh Reolunonar and other "enwonera or
the United State, for the first qturterr the
year one thousand eight hundred and twenty-
BF. it enicted by the eenate and tonne
of rrfiretrvtetivet- of.the.. United Stam i of
America in congret attembled, That the
fallowing num bf, and. .they are hereby.,
eespertivelv appropriated, for the objects
following, to wit : ' -
For the nenMons to the Revolutionary
Pensioners of the United States, two hun
rtredThctnimd-doHeevf foe half- pa, pen:
slons to widows and orphans, three thou
sand dollars; for the invalid and half pay
pensioners, seventv-five thousand dollars.
Sec 2 And be it further enacted, That
the sums herein appropriated hall be
pair! n'. of any money in the Treasurv
not otherwise appropriated ; but that no
psrt of the name shall he drawn from the
Treasurr before the firstof January, ooe
lthousand eiht honil-el and twenty nine
Approved.- 24 May. 1H'-'8.
his du'ies as suchrshall eximina and fp " faking appropriation! to enable the
prove at! requisites for rnrica and ho- Fniii j : fray h
ripcrvn u, ucirjjaiinn. u, inc cunciaw.
Creek, Cherokee, and Chickasaw, and other
tribes of Indians, to eiplore the country
West of the Mississippi.
BE it enacted bu the if note and haute of
ana trra-mnn ..i 'tee, th transmit IrefireientdWtt of the United Statei of
ted to the N.rr Deparfjnent; and 'who.tmeWca fl tonfeit attembled. That the
in id tj-inn ro tne compensition allowed sum of fifteen thousand dollar be, and the
to Siirg-on at sea, shall be allofed double same is herebv, appropriated, to enable
rsuons wmie acting as Surgwn of the the President of the United Scatea to em
tlert as aforesaid. I nlor suitable bersona to conduct defers
See. 3 And be it further er.utcd. That I lions of the Choctaw. Creeks. Cherokee
Ajsmant Surgeon wbo ahal; h,vo been and Chickasaw, and such other tribe of
comrotsMoned less than five years, shall Indian a may be disposed to lend dele
each receive thirty dollars a month, and gation West of the MUsissippi, for the
two ntions a day : after live years service purpose of exploring the unoccupied
thef shall he entitled to ais. examination. lands of the United States without the
by a Hoard of Navsl Surgeons, cons'ituted limit of the States and Territories, pre
a foresidrand having; been approved peratory to the final emigration oiLaaid
and pasaed by such board, they ahall each Indians.
.wcl. jiiu veil urwicr rnBiri 4MB,
the President of the United States is here
by authorized to defray the expense o
the delegations aforesaid, not exceeding
the amount of the above appropriation, to
be paid-nut of any money in the Treasury
not otherwise appropriated.
Approved t 24 May, 1829.
aVoUce to aaTt-ioag.
WAS committed to th jail la Salisbury
Rowan county, N. C. on the 18th insL
negro boy, sped about 24 1 and has a scar on hla
forehead, and also on one foot, f aay hie)
nam is H.I R NT, and belong to Kendall
W rathe ee. Tor k Diatrict, &, C. 12 milea from thax
Court.Hoose, and was bought of John Sprineji.'
The owner it rennested to come forward. Drove.
BnpenTJ,7 enaws, ana use mm twr-jrzz
i jsrae.fo, ism a '.
Commute A to tic atriU-
afE .Montgomery county. If. ft. on the 34 oT
. September, J8V8, a negro man, who aaye
hi. dihk is Lt'WlH, and belongs to a Mr. Bef
cher of Columbia, 8. C. He is 4 krk J inches .
hiphj somewhat affected with pains in hla
thighs.- says-he is b-tween 35 and 40 years old t
The owner is requested to come forward, prove
property, pay charge, and take him away. :
436 A. FORES f. Jailor. IL .
An Act in relation to the Banks in the District
BE it enacted bv the enate and home of
pefiretentativet of the United Statei of
shall be, and ia hereby declared to be law
ful for the several Banks of the District
. of Columbia, in calculating their discount
or interest, to charge" according-to the
.standard and rates set forth in M Rowlett's
hich a Note may have to run, to reckon
ysHbday inclusively.. i;
An Act to anthoriae the licensing of vessels to
be employed in the Mackerol Fishery
BE it enacted by the tenate and houte of
rehretcntativc of the United State of
America in cvngrett attembled, That, from
and after the passage of this act, it. ahall
be the duty of the Collector of the district
jto which, any vessel may belong, on an
I application forth at purpose bvthe master
or owner thereof, to issue a license -for
carrying on the marherel fishery, to such
vessel, in the form prescribed by the act,
entitled An act for enrolling and licen
sing ahip or vessels to be employed in
thV4tipg-tjade-indJheries, and for
reeulating the "asme," passed the eigh
teenth day of February, one thousand
- - - . unft ,.. ...
"Aw Act making appropriations to snppoct the
. Navy of the United States, for the first qnar.
terof the year one thousand eight hundred
. and twenty-nine.
BE it enacted by the tenate and houte of
rfire$entativet of the United Statei of
A funics, in eongret aiiembiedf That for
seven hundred and ninety-three arovf
dVrf, That all the provisions of said act.
respecting the licensing of ships or ves
sels for the coasting, trade and fisheries,
shall be deemed and taken to be applica
ble to licenses and to vessels license and
tfctWWlfi.lwnwv focsrmg on- tbel
macker el 'fishery;-'-z;us
Approved rtt May, 1 828.
snAct in addition to. ? An act making an ap.
propriation for the support of the Navy of the
United Statrs for the year 1828." . -BE
it enacted by the tenate and houte
J rj rejiretrntativet of the United State ej
and ntte ra'ion a day ; and, after ten vear
ervice, a further addition of five dollar
arhonth, end one rstion a day
" Sec. i. And be it Jurther enacted. That
every Surgeon who shall have received
his appointment, as is hereinafter provi
ded for, shall receive fifty dollar a month,
and two rations a t)v r after five year
service, he shall be entitled to receive
fifty five dollars a month and an addition
al ration"' day ; andraHer ten yearf ser
vice, he shall receive sixty dollar month
and an .additional ration a day ; and, after
twrniv tears service, he shall receive
seventy dollars a monlfiTandthe ration
as last ufores.'id
Sec. 5.. And be it further enacted, That
evrrr Assistant. Surgeon (after having
faithfully served two years) shall, while
in ar'ual service at sea, in addition to the
uhuI compensation allowed him by law,
receive double rations, and five dol
Ura a. . month ; .and every Surgecn in
the Navy, while in actual service at sea,
shall also, in addition to hi usual com
pensation, receive double rations, and ten
dollars a month.
Approved: ?4th May. 1828 ,
An Act authorizing the Legislative Council of
the Territory of Michigan to take charge of
School I -a nils in aaid Territory.
BE it enacted by the tenate and houie of ;
refiretentativet of the United Statei of
America in Conifreu attembled, That the
Governor and Legislative Council of the
Territory -of Michigan be, and they ere
hereby i authorized to" make auch laws
and needful regulations, as they ehaU
deem most expedient, to protect from in
jury and waste section numbered aixteen,
i n si
ship, for the support of School therein
and to provide, by law, for easing the
ame, for, ny term not exceeding four
years, in such manner 8 6 render them
productive, and most conducive to tbe
objects fo' which they wereidesienrd, j
Approved: 24th May. f838. .
An Act further to rixlemnify the owner sod un
- derwritera of the- BrkMi ship I'niou, and bee
BE it enacted bit Ihe tenate and houte oft
refiTtteutatrve of the United Statei of
Amertca in eonerriracmbfedrhH there
be paid to Captain Kobert Hall owner of
the British ship Union, and assignee of
the underwriters on the said ahip and her
cargo, out of any money in the Treasury,
not otherwise appropriated, the sum of
twenty threehousand four hundred and
seventy four dollars, in full satisfaction of
the. claim of tbe said owner and under
writers, for the capture and destruction of
the said ship Union end her cargo, taken
snd burnt by the American ahip of war
Peacock, after the period fixed, by the
Treaty of Ghent, for the termination of
hostilities between the United states aqaJ
Great Britain and her dependencies.
Approved: 26 May. 182S.
Spanish Wool.' About the year
1350, Peter, King of Castile, having
been informed that there was rece
of sheep in Harbary remarkable for the
excellence of their fleecee sent setrer-
1 persons into Morocco to buy a
number of bucks. From this epoch
commenced the reputation of the wool
f f...'.! In tUm aitnf h rnfnrv
widTerrttorreserred meaow thc Spitt.
ish Minister, complaints were made to
him that the aheep- of Castile had de
teriorated To remedy, the evil, thia
minister determined to import a great
number from Birbary j but as he could
not obtain them by negotiation, be
kindled. war and invaded Morocco,
orders given them, brought a way as
many sheep as they could, and the
reputatiob of Spanish wool vras soon
compJrtrK restored. AH the fine race -of
sheep now io Europe, are dcstendcJ
from the (perings of Sntn,
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Serviee of the United States, for he first
quarter of the year one thouaand eight hun
dred and twenty nine; '
BE it enacted by the tenate and houte of
rchrcientat'vet of the United Statet of
America irt congrett attembled, .That the
following sums be and tbo fame are
Taken and UommUttfl
rxlO the jail in Lincoln county, N. C. oo tbo
-JL 23d July, a pegro fellow who says his na ajo
i. IMttRT, and that he ran away from Mr. vVm
Worthy, of Alabama, who waa carrying him to
that slate for sale i aavi be was purchased frour
Mr. Austin in this state; by Mr. Worthy. Re i
5 feet 6 inches high, his cnunlenanco rattier ir
regular, and a small scar on his forehead t ho
had with him, when committed, a bine clofh
co' also, a blue homespun coat, and thick;
Mfrre-cloth pantaloon. 'The owner is requa'
ted . to ..come forward, ..prove propertv, ps.j
cbargea, and take him awav. .--
JOHS ZIUUERMA w&p. .
Sept. ttk, 1828.. , . .. 33
, Commuted to Vhb 3a
OP Mecklenburg county, mi the 22d da of
April,-188, a negrt treason- named Amtyi ;
who says she belong to a man by the name of "
John Iferren, who Tives in Duplin county, N. C.
The owner it requested to com forward, provift '
property, pay charges, and take her awa.
johk SLOAN AAariL
.May I?, 1 8S8. (gQ ttf Mtrkhnkwf tawnxy.
i3ommttei io JfiV - -
TN SaTisVuryry Crow the 6th mat;-a negrflit
. man, wIm saa his name, is Jtkm, that he raw -----
awav from-hi master. John. Vem, about iwo
weeks since, in Columbia S. C. i aaya he former
ly belongedlo the eatate of Ceir. NatrCerdle.
of Sussex county, Virg. i he is about 6 feet high,
32 years old, straight built, black complected,
with a small scar above the right eye. Usa
owner is desired to prove property, pay ehanret.
and take him away. K. SLATER, Sf.
Sept. bV. 1828. 31
Commuted to the la
OP Wilkes owrfyv a negro Boy, whofy(..
name ia BILL, belong to Eaekrel Trot
man, of Alabama, and ran away below Fayette,
villa. He ia 5 feet 8 or 9 inches high, well
made, rather Yighi complected, between 22 and.
35 year old no particular mark, perceptible.
on mm. Hia owner is requeued to prsvtv
property, pay charges, and take, him away.
N. B. Since the above waa published, thh
fellow aava his name is Danitt, and that he be..
long to William Powel, of ltiehmnnd aountyw
N. Carolina. CHARLP.S PHELPS, Jailor.
rftttoW. jiy 30, 1824. 19
ON Msnday, tbe lOtb of Nmber next, aTt
Baird's Foree, Burke county, the late resK
denceof Andrew Bairvl, det'd. on a credit f
twelve months, will be sold '. ...
Several Ukettf A rgrees t
Three Wagtmt and Harnett t
A Oigt and Sulkty: Abo,
' ' CaKtr. thfti Sheep,
Boutehold and Kitchen Furniture, && .
. M. BAIRD, I ...
Sept. 12IA, tm. W?9 - -
liost ot aMUlalda
THE certificate of two shareslnllir CapftA
Stock of the Bute Bank of Nortn Caro.
finaT for the renewal of wlrich, application wui
be.0de; jhe Dwctory of- aaid -Bank at tWfc a
ap)priate time; ' JiTTr rltNOi:itSCW;5,'
tneurt:iOth, IHZtf. 30 . ,
To GoU Aliners -
1 1iYTYbs- ' Purt t''cklvr; jntt recciyeA
knd tor sale, by. E. WtyJJft k tfc"
Tirsrory, swjit jvim iovw x