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A GEOGRAPHICAL SYNOPSIS,
Bt P. BARB If, ,
yjI'HS work i ii tabular furm, and exhibits, at
, JL. one vi-, the area Jri square miles, popula.
f ion, government, rc ligion, ttate of witty, reven
ue, military strength, scat rf government,
largest HM-, river, mountain, with their di
piecsionij tha latitude, mineral and staple
production i with other valuable information of
!1 the modem geographical divisions of ibe
artb. - . .
, It will be ppMiihfd on nne paper In f he nral.
eit manner,' and delivered to lubacribert at 1
ercop7i or ?2.0'), if lined, and on rollera.
, N. B. The approval of aeveral literary gentle
men, who he examined the manuvtlpt it at.
litctird la the autcribinf pr(ia irc'n.
Suhiburf, K C. May Ut, 1829. 6 "
irimlTate ?r rmr, for
roA ; nmn i crrdil.
for appro ed pam r, a new,
c!l made ,vnJrr. Tloe
(1L ul L"7 ,,,rn'
-' -- tvon, u it it beliefrd to
forWe at opportunity to procure ine, will
xH HK3Vr (fiiw ED iV AttU CUESS.
Saliibury, rtb.rth, 13J9. 34
Oranges, Wraons, CAti&ca.
Ihe jiiit received fron C'liwWton, anotbar
- , C't.&a .vwre? . Orantt '
, : Large fine Lemons 1
Jin assort tfirnl o Carulici
"lu?t X. Y. UuHcrCfactcrT
Mackerel, fXo. i.Jaho
, It. A. Dnviet' Malt Deer,
Japtni Tin ll'are,..,.ani IriH
. Do. Ifc. Vc. Uc.
Which 1 oflVr for aale cbrao ftr cah. at idt
Miaiiian-Tirnt, north oi ue uourt iiotiie.
3-67 WM. Ill NTF.R
rhartttie, JpriWth, 1859.
r7R0?f the" subscriber, a fiay
Lm?rp3 jeara. LI1 t.!ii iprin&
. f -arf it't A0?"' haivL high, and of a lUn
i,X4.der 'orm- -Sbf baa a ftar in her
fare, a 'id a lonp tail. Any j raon taking up
f.vJ mare, and giving me information to that I
get ber, UII be reaonibly rewanled by me,
April 2 IM, 189. 3'6r
Vockfct Wook iOt.
TIIF. ubfcriber luat a pocket-book. on the
19th inat. between Sari'hurv aid J.cjb
CoUmMn'a, (near Cotrord) avliicb contained g
glO bill on tfie Pank of Augusta, a receipt from
J. Jarratt H me, and sumW other papem, tnch
a jailfmenti. kc. Whoever find 1l Lall h
!!wMW. forlf"aviogit.nil V contcnta "hli ttUI
Editor of Ibe it9tt-rti Caroliniao, in Salinbiiry,
A wiiu any peraon trom whom I can Rrt it.
ApMMih, 1829 StoS .
Estate oi rlar ionston.
T'TE'Sabafirtbera; Cxeeurorr of -the- btr-wiU
and teatament of Marjr Johnston, late oT
r Uiwurai coanty.-dcc'ik Tequeat. all ycjraoji; hay
4g daima.agaJwUa.id .eiae to present tliem
legally authenticated, within the time prescribed
. bv. Iawror.lbi noUca - -ill be. -plead. .in. bai.uf
' their recovery and alf pprsoiia ImleWed, , are
iSf sired to makr fnvmvnt itrvrttediAtetv."''
THOMAS t'lUIGF.. ) tr .
May Nth, 1 828. Smtri
- IV n SALE.
BT virtue of a deed of trust to me executed
-4yNehoi. .Ludkkvl sltall 7po ta
w'rion Tuesday of Bowan rounty court in May
next, a tract of land on the main Yadkin Uiver,
at the mou'h of Dutch Secdnd Creek, contain
ing yh)tlre4 and t wo acreaaiul-aJuif. The
f.od i d to be of the be.n qtiality in that sec
tinn of the cwintry, and is well improved. All
the necessary housea and out-houses for a small
family, are on the premisea i and ae the aale is
to be' for path, it la thought that the land will go
&t lets than V value.
HAMILTON C. JONES, TnMee.
April Blh, 1329, 6t67
THE TllOttOUGH Bfir.l) HOKSC
1VTU.L aland this Pea
y f son in the e-iuntiea
of Itowan and Cbarrua
rommencing the week in
fatifbury, cm Mondlya,
IiickI.v and Wednes
day j in the tpwnof Con
-i.v.i5.-D-- fla. anrt Baturdavs. The
season will commence the l.t of March, and end
t AugHt. Twelre n.liar will be charted for
.a I a ... .
'n?.:r.?,0i,irva')Te f-n dnlUrs before the aea
ton expire , L.ijht l,ir.ars the leao i and To.
l'-rt..!l-iSi.'t. .-ur- fvi ' . s r
-j ,r.F,,ni ,0 r-rirr. or redigret and dcacrtp-
RTF.riIF..V L. TEHRAN iC
CHAKI.ES U BOWERS.
rl2A.1829 l3Ljltt Ah?.
N. B. Great care will be taken to give ger.er
al aitwetion 5 but we cannot be liable for aeii
dent: Grain will be furnUhed, at the market
firkc'.Q.uuri s acul from a distance. .
Watch and Click Mutter and Jeweller $
CHARLOTTE N C.
HAVE just received an
of articles in tbt ir line j
which flu v will sell very
low fi r rasli. or to punc
tual customers nn a credit.
(IT U km.ls of Hatches reDaired. and war-
ranted to perform well. .
July 3t, 1828. 2.1
? zjJ? Auyimnrry.".-
1 ia"" r a t j
!! itu UnitrJ Siaui) PoMrJ ta it Meant
. ; . ( 1 If twmtrth ttttfrtu.
' . cai,A2.
An Act providing fur tbt priwtingand bindinr
m.-j Mmi cvin Df ip qir or lntt;
-try Tacttca, including manmjvrei of IJgtit In.
a . I al . a .a
my ana mnenatn, anti w wner parpof ea.
M rnut'ru (ry ic octiqic una llaUU
of Urftrtitntativet 9 iht United Siatti oA
imenca ii inrr memoir, J'hat the
trreury of Vr be, rd he it bercby,
. '. FOR SALE.
11Y virtue of a ck-ed of trust.
rtJLP . executed to me by Eira Al
kmone, there, will be ofFefea
lalerwrr Monday, -the7 18th dar of
May next, at the Mansion Hotel in i'lt town of
oaiisbury,he following property, wt:
The stock of Goods on band, consisting of a
large akiartmftnt .nf drtLgomla
utlery, which has been laid in with great care.
Two likely negro women, and three children s
-Two horses, one carryall and harness j
One gig and harness, a ivperier article ;
Some fine milch cows t
' St6ckoriog's,Tind a varTeiy'of other artT-
ueif . . . . . . .. ....
At ihe aame time, there will afeo be' ofierc
f)rsale. the MANSION HOTEL, with the ad.
4Tie."Thit hmie it
shed, and is not infe-
?Mv tii.atjy Mfh 'f)y;jv p flf.tjbe tte
usvij irom .- to roprms In rt,J WK1 six niew
cfTiccs aftachetl,.On the premises is a very
superior Stable, calculteTto' bold from 50 to
CO horses, a brick kitchen, ice-house, and all the
other necessary out-buildings. There is also 'm
the main building, fronting the main Btreet, an.
excellent atore-room, counting and lumber
room, and cellar on ilie awmeJfiii presumed
'urtner ascription, Will be unnecessary, a any
person wishing to purchase, is requested to call
ALL those indebted to. the eub?criber, by
note, or otherwise; are hereby notified to
rail immediately and make payment. This no
tice will apply more, particularly, to all
thnaf who do not live in the immediate neieh-
Smjtg loU btlongtn tu
ge, convenient, well finii
; and vie w thef ?emisSsr"T-lie H
lurnuhed With new furniture, of an excellent
yj!ity, which will be sold with or without the
House as may suit the nartio. .
. Also, 4 out lots, on the north arjuare of said
t and the ititercst that the said Allemong
f in the house and lot now occupied by Col.
- E. Yarbrai... . . .
vjerms f be made tnowfl on the day of le.j
w tele to continue from dav to dav.
R. 1L ALEXANDERTTTuSer"
fl. 182?. V t rr - v-:-
T'JE'tubacTibet has jost
... .returned - from- the-
ortmf nt of.
- - Jfioelryf
ai was ever offered for ale in this place ; bis
Je-7 ft-oi 4.W i4test jmportattans,. and. the
moaLLaluoiuddc juid elegant. kinda tube had Id
anv nf the Northern Cities : elejrant Cold "Xtid
S3xt-inuiLui pil!ilicicll-And.Iii a
fe dava, he will receive a; very elegant asaort
ment of Military Goid. Also, all kindi of Sil-wr-lt'nr;
kept con?iantlv on hand, or made to
order nn short notice All of which will be sold
lower than such poodi were ever disposed of
before in thW place.
The public are re spectfu!ly invited to call and
examine these goods; their richnes, elegance,
and cheapness, cannot fail of pleasing thow who
wiab, to bay. -
AU kinda of Watches Repaired, and warranted
to keep time : the shop is tw o doors below the
cotirt.hme, on Main-rtreet. R0BT-.W1 NNE.
SulUhuy March 20 IKS, .20, . ..
N. B. 1 have recently employed an excellent
workman, who will in future be constantly in my
Shop; so that those disposed to patronize ne,
in rov line of business, need be under no appre
henstqn, in consequence of my occasional ab
sence. R. WYNNE.
mnoruxj and directed, trt contfacl titK
Halliard, Or it- and G of Doiton, or some
other peraon or feraom, for printing,
binding and delivtring, tixty thousand
copiea of tha Abatrict of Infaniry Tec
ties, including exercise and rrur.cruvrea
of Light laLtnir? and KiCenen, for the
use of tha Mtliva of the Uni'ed States.
Ao, fire tboutind copies of a tt.tem of
exercise and initruction of Field Artillery,
including maniufres for Light or Hone
Artillory,as rtported br the Secretary of
War, on ibe efjrtitb of January,, eighteen
hundred and twenty seven, agreeably to
(he proposals of aid ifilii.rd. Grav aitd
Co. made to !he Secretary of War, dated
011 the twenty seventh oi October, eieb 1
ieen.h undrrd andjw c nt vie TCDtin..theirl
specimen nursed .: V ad .when aa print.
ini, ouunu anu ccmereq, tnc secretary of
Wer- it htrebf directed to-apportion 'the
same among the several Sn:es and Ter
ritorict). and in ihe Distrjcipf .Columbiat
ir the use ol the militia 'hereof, accor-
ling to the number of the Nilitia in each
State and Tertitory and ibe DUtricf of
Lolumbia ; and to forward to the Chief
M g ut rat of - eat K Stater md Territory
(he number allowed to such State and
Territory as -foresaid, to be by taid Chief
Magistrate distributed amone the officers
of the Militia of such State or Territory
lor tneir use, ana the use or their succes
sors in o(Tn e, underlet) rule, and regu
I. tions as they may direct. And the Sec
retary of War will cause the number of
opie apportioned to trie District of Co
lumbia to be distributed -among the oflV
cers of the militia in the Dis-rirt, under
such rults -nd regulation as roaa be pre
dred and ninety dollars is brrcbr appro
printed out of any money in the.Treasary
not otherwise appropriated,, to defrayj,he
e rpen sc rf"p rlhttn g',' "bin dm g "and d i s t r i
A. STEYEJStSON, )
ISpeaket of the House of TR precMattfesV
. trcr'tJALHOC '
Vice Presiilenl of the United Stales, and
President of the -Senate.
tha florernot arwf LegMnite Council Wl
lorlda, or mijority of ihom, be, and
hereby art authorized to select any two
tft the ifort win rrwrer tretldnt 6t ranr,
10 be reserved for, and tested h, the
State,' sKooIJ th Tarrabty of Florida
rJtlcctciUintttioe. ia , cnnformi.'
to too provision ol the-fourteenth1 lee
ton-t)Hheact'paed--on th" efbth""6
rebrgir, ona'lhdui'.nJ eight haKtlrea
and twenty seven ; and tha residua of (he
above described quarter sections of land.
or any part thereof, including so much of
nc nonneaT quarter oi section one, in
township one, of range one, Souih ahd
Weat, contiguous to the creek and water
fill, as shall not be reserved, agreeably lo
the provisions of the act above mentioned,
for the town of Tallahassee, ahallta sold
in such manner, and at such lime, at the
Uovernor and Legislative Council ol
Florida mtv deem proper, and ihe pro
ceeds applied 10 the erection of public
buildings in Tallahassee, any act or acta
to the contrary notwithstanding.
.Approved! 7 March, 139.
An Act confirming the reporta of the Retritter
ami necrivrrof tne i.awri mice tor ihe dis
trict of St. S'teptiem, in the State df Alabama,
and for other purposes.
0 Jlefirtientativrit tj the Unttrd Statrt a
Jmtrif im Congre tttmbM, That all
the claims to lands and town lots con
lainefl in the abstracts denominated A,
number one, D. number one, E, numfer
one, F, number one, reported to. the
Treasury Department by the Register
and Receiver of the Land Offite for the
f District of Saint Stephens, in the State of
Alabama, under the provisions of ihe act
of Congress of the third of Mirch, one
thousand elfrht hundred andtwtnty seven,
be, and the asme are hereby confi-med
to the extent therein recommended fot
Sec- 2- And be it further enacted, That
all the cUims contained in apecial re
ports, numbered one to fotir, inclusive,
nd in a supplementary report of the said
Register and Receiver, made as oforr
aid, be, and the same are hereby con
fit-med. : : " r -:
ff justing the VMmt to land and titAMlah..
Ing land crtrice tn the Dimikt east ol the
Island of Nw Cleitu,1 nrxoved tbt
sij, 11.11 pi tui r, one tuousanu tight lnn .
dred and'lwenty iwo, s interferes with
thfMier fr-amH lo the HcUur and.
U.uiinr(Uh-L4 0 W( aiMta- -phens,
bcy- andthe me fatvnereby;nre.':
" . Sec. 6. jtnttfie it further ttieeted. Thai
certificates of confirmttioo and patents
shall be granted for all hnds and town
lot confirmed by virtue of ihe Drovfslona
of this acr, in the tame manner 11 paten
re granted for lands and town lota con
firmed under former acis of Congress.
sex. 7. And be it further enacted. That
Ihe Secretary of the Treasury be, and he
is hereby, authoiizsd and empowered lo
make such compensation, not exceeding
two hundred and fifty dollars, In addition
to the sum ajready paid, to the present
Receiver of the Lmd OifVe at Saint Ste
phens, as tt dim may seem a just and
proper equivalent for the services ren
dered br him in the discharge of the du
ties under the provisions ol an act of Con
gress passed on ihe third day of March,
one thousand eight hundred and twenty
Approved; 3 March, 1879.
Approved 2 MarchV 1829.
JOHN Ql INCY ADAMS.
-'' awVi"3jr-:' ::.'."."---. :
An Act to provUie for tliat'prehenaion and d-
iivvrt Of Deaeiiera feaw crialn furaiga veV-1
in the port of the United -State,
RE. it tnocted by the Senate. and Jfauie
of Reprrientativ cf the United Statet of
America in Congrru ottemtled, That on
application of a Consul or Vice Consul of
any foreign Ooternment, having a treaty
w;b the United States, srrpnfating for tho"
restoration of seamen deserting, made In
writing, stating that ihe perton therein
named has deserted from a vessel ol any
Mich liovernment while in any port of tho
United States, and on proof by the exhib
ition nf the remitter of (he vessel, ahip'g
roll, or other official document, that tha
person named belonged, at the time of
desertion, to the crew of id vessel, it
soall r-e the duty of any Court, Judge,
Justice, or other M igivrjie, having rom
peteni pqwer, to inme warrants to cause
the iald tte'MiMt-fct'tMeaJ;
erv neramaa - ir ..1 ! .. . r ... lf- .
rcticii, 11 y 1 uririK a tmic.i 01 me uniien
States slult be dclivr."cd up to the .said .
jy,heen in possession ol a trucl ot Linn, ,r, on ibe rrquesi.t
.VewVftnvVs Stage Line,
"till operation, from
lean'a Station, Tennessee;
whiclt h tiic siioi-itst route from Kaleigh to
Knoxville, as will fully appear on examination
of the following diatances, viz:
t " From Raleif h to Salivary;' " " J20 milei:
From thence to.Morgantonj ' . 80
From thence to Ashville, M
From them e toVTarm Springs, T;53
From thence to Newport
In alL to, Newport, where thii
Travellers from the'sonthof Raleigh, and in
the- neighborhood of -FayeUeviUe,, will .find, jt
much the preferable and ehortet route for them
to travel to Knoxville, or that section of coun
try. That part of this line from Ashville to
Warm Springs, passes over a new and elegant
Turnpike Road, ru nning the whole distance on
the bluff of the river, allowing to the traveller
the most romantic, picturesque and pleasing
The traze'Iines from Columbia, S.C. and Fay-
etteville, N. C. intersect this line at Lincolnton;
the line from Augusta, Geo. intersects it at Ash
ville j and the line from Lexington, Kentucky,
intersects if at Newport. Thus .it will be Seep
that facilities are afforded for travellers to reach
any section of the United States 1 and the sub-'
scribcr hones tuch manifest advantages, will
Secure his line the ( support of a discriminating
public. ..SAMUEL NEWLAND.
....... .. . .. &;. . a .a Aar aaw--..'rcr-'. 4
An Act to authorise :hecatablishment of a town
on land reserved for the u e of Schools, and
to direct tha manner of disposing of certain
reserved quarter sections of land for the test
of Government in Florida.
BE it enacted by the Senate and Houtc
of Hep'eaentaiive$ of the United Statet of
America in Conreti aatrmbled, That il
shaJTand may be lawful' for "the qualified
voters in township five, range eleven,
north and west, in the county of Jackson,
in the Territory of Florida, fo elect, : in
such manner as may be directed by the
county Conrt of said county, three Ct and
discreet Commissioners, who shall be,
and they are hereby," authorized, by and
with the consent of the voters of taid
Township, to be obtained in such manner
as the said county Court shall direct, to
lay. ofLand csislbJhb. rlJflL.nM..M..lu.a-r:.
rer or two 'adjoining, eigbibs ot Jhestx
teenth section of the Township and range ;
aforesaid, reserved by law for the use of
Schools, and to make sale of one half the
arising from said sales shall be paid into
the Territorial Treasury, for the sole use
and benefit of common schools in said
Township, w hitb. said., su tn shalVhe sab:
ject to such laws as may hereafter be
passed, for forming a permanent-fund
from the said reserved lands, for the sup1!
port of common Schools ; and the said
Commissioners shali giylc bondnJ secu
;r;, ,to UbcaaUsf-cMoq .c-Lhe .t?yt,ty(.
Court, for the performance of Ihe duties
under this act, and the payment of the
money arising ft6rn the sales of the lots
Sep. 2. And be it further enacted, That
the following quarter sections of land
which have been heretofore reserved
from sale, to wit t the north east and
northwest quarters of seti-4Mny hshm
in township one, of range one, north and
west ; the northeast, southwest, and south
east quarters of section one in township
one of range one, south and west ; and
the sonthwest quarter of section six, in
ryrrr perso-j-pi., vr pC rsons.
who, on the fifteenth day of April, one
thousand eight hundred and thirteen, had
not claimed by another person, and no;
exceeding the quantity contained In one
leapue square; and w4h wea, on . that
rfjT7 resident in hf nart a.f LouiaaAa-ait.
uatcrl east ol l ean river, ana west oi me
P erlidoranl beWwthi tfurty Crst'ldegiee
of North latitude, mid had still possion
of such tract of land, shall be auilio'ilid
to file their claim in the manner required
in other cases, before the said Register
and Receiver, at Saint S'cphens, for their
decision thereon. And it hlr be ihe
duty ol the said Regi.ter and Rereiver lo
hear and record the evidence offered to
support su-:h claim : and if the same shalJ
be established by sufTitient proof, agecca
bly to the. provisions of . ihH section, the
said officers shall, in their repon, rccom
mend ihe confirmation of the right to
such claim, as in other rases: Provided,
That no more land shall be reported for
confirmation, by virtue of this section,
than is actually claimed by the party, or
than is contained within the acknowl
edged and ascertained boundaries of ihe
tract claimed 5 nor shall ihe provision ol
this section authorize the confirmation of
any land heretofore sold by the United
Sep; 4,7 And beftfiLrtherjnactedf'ThiX
the confirmation of the claFrns provided
frrr this act shall amount only to a relin-
unhmenl for ever, on Ibe oart o! the
Consul or Vice Cons!w;n he ent bach to
United Slates, of anr claim whatever, to
the tracts of land and town lots so con
firmed, and that nothing herein contained
shall be construed to affect the cl im or
ciaTrnt bT anVTnds'vTdoaTor TwdypoIirtd'Of
corporate if any such there be
See. 3. And be it further enacted, That
the Register aul Keceivcr of the Land
Office at Maint o'rphens he, ana they are
heiebv invested with power lo direct the
manner, in which all claims to lands . inn
to wan lotsrwhicJUiave en confirmed by
thi and former aits&firess, in their
District, shall be located and Purveyed,
having regird to the laws, usages antT
culoms of the Spanish Government on.
that subject, and also the mode adopted
bv the Government of tne United States,
jn surveying the claims confirmed by yir
tue of The second and third sections of an
act of Congress, cntiilsd "An act regu
lating the grants of lands, and providing
f.ir the disposal of the lands of the United
Stales, south of the Stale of Tennessee,"
township one, of range one, sou' h and4 approved the thitof March, one thou-
east, shall be granted to the Territory of
Florida. x . . r--?
tndHiemft tr.H, Ttmt
sand eight hundred and three ; and thai
so mttch of the fourth section of the " Aei
jpplementsrjy te tho axftralacts for ad
miesi, und ,it the expense, nt
the said Consul or Vice Consul, shall bo
detained until the Coniul or Vice Consul
fnHk a orrrtiMti'y trv-aend Mm hack to
Uiniiiu uf-4Av: soch. Government ;
Frwidejl.jieverthclrtfy That no peraon
sftnll W delsHted more Ahn two tnonh
after !iis arrest ; but al the end of that
lime shall be set at liberty, and shall not
bo again molested fur the same cause:
Ami provided fur.tlirr, That if any such
deserter shall be found to have commit
ted any crime or ofTenre, his surrender
may be delayed until tha tribunal before
which rase shaTl be depending, or may be
cognisable, Shall have pronounced i'
sentence,' and such sentence shall have
been carried Into effect. .
Approved : 2 March,
Unknown Rvwan Cy At the dis
lance of ten leagues south et of Cutahia,
one of the highest points of Asia Minor,
is an ancient Roman city unvitited by
modern travellers, and cf which, even
the edifices consist of a large theatre, a
studium, several groups of columns in
good preservation, but no great height :
an Ionic temple of the most elegant archi-
single Mdctr pfimarbte ltbirtyrfeet-m
height i these support an tmawtaTnre
very much enriched arid in exquisite
taste. From an inscription in the pedi-
ment it appears that this temple was re
stored in the time of Adrian, and dedica
ted to Apollo. The site is a waterbridge,
a small stream, which passes over u Ro
rnari 1 brlirgeTIn i'txcenchTpl'Vse'fvatlofti'r
is the. vault j also Romany to which it
leads. . Ixibirde't AJJrett,
l- Uvit proposed in.N" -Olesnsf to e s w....
. II L . . r . - .1 L . 1 . - - I I T" . ..
to consist of 26 me,n, under 'he r ommand
of a Captain and Lieutenant, to assist the
. 2 . . . .
city loot guard to protect tat city aqu
Its inhabitants against fire and murder.
TZr-rorf Surpcdt.-A late examina
tion of the College of Surgeons a candi
date wasaskedby Abernethy. whlt-h
wouTii do If a man "werelj16wnwi'.Tf"
gunpowder? ' Why," coolly, answered
the tyro, wailrtilLhe tame dowp agiin '
" True," said' Abe"rnethy,' and supposo
I kicked you for sucii an impertinent re
ply, whai muscles should I put in motion?'1
1 Why," said the young man, the 1 flex
ors and extensors of my right arm : for!
vould foor'you ctrcctly." lortdpn Pa. .
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