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f3 Ceploui litruli J CongreonJ pro
ving wi9 ronnj en tV n.f page of our
pfwrpftmiajr. foe greater part of th time
payees concerned in the trial of Jul(t Peck.
yVi Imp X" nde of pum!iifif sack of.
fisct anil be found whic!i will (ontuni lew
i, a.std ictt money than the ant wLich b no
, Wl rrff'et that too SmaJlness of our paper
- mbU ut front publishing tbe dKU-aents, so.
jpsr.ying the Preeident'i Mege. The
rrut lidi'y tht rasnifirai in eaeg of the ar.
) report of lh Secretaries of the Treasury
f nv.ofthe Njf, and of th Pom Master ea.
ftfHy sustain i be eliaacter of the prcacnt adaums.
iif ut?e, " Tbete" dxamc nu or thcttiscTr.s
.. Mi id th Eih iliittnf'j'ffl af btl jjt Lbe -most
iblr thai have ever lied.
i vain mi; iIk oiywti'jon decry their men.
hrri. Tbey are too elevated to bVrea'-.licd by
he shaf'a of oeh disappointed expectnte.
Col. Alei. Huckner bas been elected Senator
from Missouri In place of David Itarton. whose
Itno of service expire on lite 4:h of March
wit Thin may be looked upon aa a great tri
uinpb by the fr'wnda of the administration.
Tbt impeach"? nt of Judge Peck la going on.
Mr, McUuffl. aa one of Ihe managers, on llx
aarluf tie HouM Of Kcprcaenlalivea, (o'"con.
duct the impeachment baa addressed the court
at considerable length.
A memorial bat been presented to Congress
y Mr. Gordon, signed by Jl of Ihe moat res;ec
Ubtc men of Albemarle couny in favour vf (be
dsiaa of Rt-PreiJent Monroe, upou tbe Gen
A graed review of the National guard of
France hat lately tak. n place by the king. He
ttpryawd himself weE-pti-ssed rth'tue dl:tpr
line ia a letter to Gen. Lafayette.
-k Cog it talked -of by-the-Enm:
poet to aettte the affairs of Balgium. Trance
it ia said Km acceded to it.
B) the lart arrivala from Europe we have re
ceived the tpeech f the king at the opening of
Parliament. He aeknowledgea Don Miguel a
king of Portugal. The ej'ieation of Kfgency in
the event of a dsrnise of the crown will proba
My be the tubject of a deba'e during tbe pre
. Mr. Wilkina has been elected Senator in Con
grwin p'ace of tbe Hon. Mr Mark, after the
4th of March Kelt He ia friendly to tbe ad mini
tTation. Thia tnakea a gain of two in the Sen
ate fur the administration. Thti ftytymt to rest
(be report that tbe oprwaition baa majority. .
the new French ministry W said to be more
popular than any former one.
Mr. TsieweiTbnhe" rniled" S(a'a Senate ii
detained at home by im!ispo;tion. There
nerer were more itage accidenla in one winter.
ftao there baa Been this.
A Resolution hat been- in'mjuced into the
Hreof Repreaeiilattvea by HrC UTckl'ifTe to
aboliah imuriaonment fiirdeVBy tirttje of pro.
rtti from courts of the L'ni'ed Stttei.
A committee of deiegatce hair been heWJ aW
Frankfort (Ken.) for the purpjae of denouncing
fie admi littration and of nominating lly. Clay
fjr the Preaidency. After a great deal of Table
Oratory had been displayed, they choae
tele delegmtei to meet tbe "National Con
vention" which ii to meet in Washington for the
pvrpote of nominating Clay for President.
Conper'a water witch, aaya the last Courier &
Enquiier, ii now in the handa of eery novel
rea !er in town. The Editor aay it is very good
James L Peltiru haa been elected to the
Senate of the Legislature of South Carolina in
place of Hugh Legare, f q. who haa been elected
Attorney Gen. He beat lr Laurens by a bare
majority. He an old lawyer of high standing,
and Mr. Laurens quite a young man it cannot
he called a triumph by tbe opposition.
A fue was discovered to have tken place in
the store of John Cox, Esq. of Edenton whose
. books, goods etc to a large amount. -
The Resolutions which were.introduced in the
fieorg'n legis!atre. disapproving of the coure
if 8outh Carolina with regard to the Tariff nd
internal improvement have failed.
llff 9 WWW i
A bill to erect a new county out of Burke
nd Buncombe co'ya. waa offered in the Senate,
,iy David Ne wlarkl, Esq. the Senator from B-irke,
ttd referred to a select committee of which he
wsitbe chairman. Ihe committee aubmitted
.. t'te following rwrt f thje lloue hieb wa
"mered to be printed.
Report of the com. for Erection of a
Pj totmitj out of a vortion of the
counties of Uurke and Buncombe.'
The ulctet committee to whom aa re
ferred the .bill nd tlie ftcrompatiftng
toetnorial, to erect a new county out of a)
Portion'of thje tountiea of Buncombe apd
urke, ha?e attentively considered the
ubject, nd respectfully Report t
That the new nd accurate mail of this
St'iti pofttele submitted to the Legiila
ore John M'Rie, Est,; the enumern
Jion within the present year of Ihe irhab
Jtantj of the aeveral counties in North
Molina under the directionor life Mr
hal of this district f and the report cf
the Comptroller, to the present Legish
S5"! lon the state of our finaces, furnish
acU clear and utcorf tt 'u)eu;i uyon
all (he pdriti of inquiry, as to leave noth
ing to conjecture, and nothing unknown,
which can be regarded n essential to en
Tht facts which the committee deem
material are briefly these The coun
ties of Bjneombe an 1 Hurke, ferr Inac
eurately delineated upon the Map of
Price and Strother, are shen by Mr.
ooyrrory isrger man any 01 b
r counties in the State, and the territory
out of which the new county is proposed
to be erected, la equal in point. of extent
to the couniy of Orange. Strike it off,
'lO-they wilL remain largar-ihan-
three aoi .inlrtr coua.leioJLu-l.i
Knrth-- C aroltrrar-Ar-presenf" eitfrrr-of
Lhmj.'lC1 a,,tl3miin asxUaiaie- iao
ante or it node"! stand or lfiriwarrnd
Sfreilef f bh'l rt i counties east ot t'te
ho wan mar. United they are bcliwed
to be ol larger lermoru! eitent thn
either of the Slain of . Massachusetts or
The population of the two coun'ies ia
ascattaiiied 'o h 4 075 one third piri
of which is I l,3i!t
The taxes paid into the Public T:ea
sury durinu the Ut GiC4l year ainoun'
ro the sum of RJ.OIiJ the one third
part of which it $694,7 1.
Witn these facts btfre them, the com
mitlee believe that it i not cliiri:ijjt to
demonstrate the propriety and nere'.iiy
pf the? menurr proposed bf ht bUl
They ire not disposed to en'cr into ah
stract reasoning to ;rore that from me
nature of the thin, the end to t obisin
ed by the creation of new coyniies, is ihe
promo' ion of public convenience " Wis
ora- is philosophy leachta by eiample
From the institution of the " hundred,"
iu the days of Alfred, duwn to the pre
sent period, the history of civilized nun
leaves no room to doubt it. O r statu c
book in the-preambles lotfif ic's "ererT
ing various counties, affords the most
aiisple prpijf. Thc incoot enieni width
of trie Cnown ia assigned as the reason
for creating the couniy offices, and the
difficulty ot crossing the Alleghany R4ve
l ' . .At r . . .
on m io ine. io attnoute a niilerent
muiive to the foundersof the Kovernment,
outd be a libel on their memryi The
tyrant Napoleon pnused in the tnidtiuf
hutriuinpiis, to divide Trance ir.tocircles,
in order that a precise measure of con
should be administered to nil. In this
Iree country, where we boast a wri ten
charter, in which- the humblest peasan
reads an equal inheritance of rights and
privileges, with the mt fjvorable iudi
viduls in tbe land, the convenience ot
the cim-n ie-regaHeif t matter of
minor concern. That he travels" trjrice
ne distance lo attend a court of juiii. e.
or to ittitn other objects hoi iota acciin
p.ishtd elv ner o, i hat ts ttrrtllco far
ihe same purpose by ciiz ns in other
sectionr of the: Stat,' would, tri the davs
of the itvolU'ion, have been regarded as
tyianny ; and it will be difTkuli to per
soad those v ho sufTer, thai u is not t
now. Can it be believed that a ciiiscu
6?rthe iecliort of Vounily cjUCJtii
when he sees the Stite ol Tennessee ii-
viding the same eitent of ouBry of pr-
cuely the same character into ail coun
nes, establishing towns, and in(itutiug .
courts to the advancement ' f civilizition,
od prepare the desttt for the rctep'ioo
of the emigrant, iil not reflect upon he
nature of the government that claims his
.. .f n
allegiance f A navel of seventy-five
miles over rugged mountains, and,
through deep uvrrs, to attend as a wit
ne;s, or serve as a juror, is well calcula
ted to siitpujcitt inquiries of this nature to! oon
ihe dullest head and coldest bosom. I' I Mommery
those itsiding in more favored sections! Mn-'io
of the State doubt it, a political rxperi ,0,110
mem. which hi.nld rtmsniidate a hall doz- t'e q limons
en counties into-oner mtgrft - prodoTe - arf -
similarity of views, and teciprocily of
1 ne iruui is, inai 11 100 ..i 1 i.o.-u uc
rficii nii.rl. iSul I h- -piiiidli nf thm rnnntv i
, , , ... ..i
111 ijiit aii.jn . kuuui iiui iu iimi.6
.umber which at . present, constitutes the :
legislative body, all diU.cu!ty and oSjec- 01 ,,,e PMWSe 01 Mc rn-tionaw-svouJd
vanish. , Tbe onJy-inquiry IrMU fo
would be, whether the counties of Hun- i equ! footing With the Eaat by adding to ihe
combe and Burke were tnrvnvitntty orjrf
whether the litirens inhabiting the sec-
rjgrj to corjtcl convent
icn ly suomit to the rate of taxation
whuh would be required to erect the pro-
per public buildingaf would be regarded
as a matter proper for their consideration
alone. Indeed, up to the year ' the
Lefeislatuie did not permit the citizens to
tw'iatFmwiitd leWiy 'tr tli flit, ultTei'-sag 'tWiil
nature The wise policy then .pursued
being to encourage a you'rlul communi
ty in its outset, tour hundred dollars were
invariably p'aid ou; of the Public Trea
sury to all new counties as a public build
ing fund- Since .the spirit of the revolu
tion has ceased to be to what extent shall
we aid an infant community f end the
policy of Great Britain to the colbnies
prompts the inequality; in what propor
tion con the flay ut for an equal particips
tion of constitutional privileges i
Placing the argument, then, upon this
ground, admitting the convenience of tbe
ritisrh to be totally unimportant andtrre
levant to the inquiry submitted to the
committee t snrt also assumirR a me
rue orinciple, the batu of retreientdtton,
are the citizens of that section of cojontry
tntitlej lollio relief for) VFfiit consti
tutes the (rue basis of representation I Is
it territory tttcnt f They have It three
times tol I. i's it for'whit popuUilon, as
in two thirds of tha Sims of this Union f
ll it federsl popalstion, as recognised by
the Constitution oftha United States f Or
It II thfl aggregsie of all classti and
cistir .issuue either basis, and they ere
entitled to the priviWes -which thet
cliro, inian viihhtld.' K third part of
no p oqisuoo of the counties of Rtfrke
nl Hu.icoube has been aheari to he
1 1,1 . Multiply the present number of
Cannes (Ot) bf that tuna, and you have.
Mj pjpuutoo Mhe fltatev Mim,
iQii. p44biitiy not far from -the te si
h white MatfttrtmTrTolJi
!5.!L'Ln.7? ti JSi. bxtycrigt popule.
tun of all the coanies in the State, will
fall greatly below ihe nu uher, resultlnif
from the division of the population of the
wi counties before named into three
Uut ia the universal principle which
prev iils in the Cwstitu-iorj f (he UniieU
Sistes, snd the incivi fual Sutes, l no ap
plication h.-.ef and shall it, with us, he
regarded as ct lutitelv a matter ol inter,
est f What would ha thought of the
a' Hesman, who should rtf.is? for Arkan
sat admission in:o the Union, un i! she
conlniuied to the coffers of ihc 0 ,-neral
Government the revenue of New Yoik.
or even of North Ciroflrw f Buf sunDosV
this principle, which, by all oiner civilised
societies, would be scouted as jbu'd, to
te rongenial to liberty, and in unsiuti wiih
our Constitution E. en then, these free
men .nat petition usiuvc biui;ht ihispfl
vitcge. . One third tjf Te amomt ofties
paid 0? these two couu'is ($694 74.) Is
greater than the average unuu u pud br
noi-e than one hjf of the ou:ities in
this ouic. tas wni tie seen bv reference I
noneiea s ward 'itrnrrf! fit ol which
. r. I
nave enjoyra all the rights, pijvi ges !
and immunities U.4JUket4MuaiUMl!.
TkT Ml rM''JJU' kreTHo'iafe and Indulgent,
this Sute or more tlun a ccn.urr. mestie concerns, he delith
i ne cuims presented to ojr Commit
tee are simply these: Tie petitioners
labour under inconvenience unp..-lle!ed
io any other section of ihe Stale perhaps
eT aha Tfrta nn f .. - . L . 1 t . . t
" " v"6 umJ 01 ,ne PP"-
II in o. the I wo counties has been nen,
io uc grorfier man ihe avn ce population
of all the couiri-s in the Sute , a third
is proved to ronirhu'e m re to the gen
crai wciiare tnn one hall ol all the cnun !
i a" .1 m
lies in the Slale and the day mav yet1
arr ivethat willtest the proportion in which !
ihev aie able .nrl willim. In -r,nirih..i in
the common defen
To an iniant cominity of so mueh
present promise an fa ure 'liap, who
k t our httds tht tqujl partlcip i-ion
of rttrhts, intended to be secu-afl by the
fttitkatLiristtOftstyutesUf1 bottdT"1 tft ia 0jB: ' - -
ol Union, whai ausei snail be returned ?' n - k
lour. Commtnee br.heve.jnat
a.ppiopilile and itost impressive response
will Ste, the p s ge ol the bill referred.
Itespcc.f .!!. ml ted -
DAVID NRWLAND, Chairman.
g3'J (J .
4 (0 03
RViea-vt 603 2rt
KiCimoad 8;S 77
I'vrrtdl 4t7 i9 -
Washington 356 6
Vilkea 374 56
Do- li'i S H6
ft Mt' -rd V76 7
J ill mi 011 95 86
Niah 904 42.
Prrson 927 0 '
Kand i'Dh 94 26 1
Sam:vin 9.U 62 !
Davidaon 9"8 2il!
g 3..H7 r
lluncorobe gl.UU5 Jo
Burke l,OTH 25 J
82,0-4 ii ;
" Ihride J.3,2T 57 (the smounf of tases paij
D' . np!l J mnti mentioned wmi.n; Dy
1 34. cives R634 91,
n Y;.i-,i a 5 nux 01 ik .mnl.n, nfi,... n.;i
bv Ul,rke t(J B lt,.om(,e, by 3. gives g594 74.
When the bill come before the house, Mr. New-
t con.ider.ble length in favour
number of the Western Members." The bill bus
(passed two readings in the Senate and we have
been tctd witt probibtypsss tn third. - We-xre
orry to add that it will probably be loat in the
'Commons by a considerable number,
lYhen shall we have a convention t Will
nothing be done to repair the rotten fabrick by
which we are governed"? Shall we always see
such an inequality in tbe ipmentation of dif
ferent parts of the State ? We hope not." We
trust something will be done when tbe Census
shall have been completed to change such an
unjust system. . ""'
FOR THE WESTERS CROL'jJtIAH.
At meeting of apart ol the nfficers
and troopert gf the fiegimcnt pf Cavalry
commanded by tbe late Col. John Zim
merman for tbe purpose of testifying
Their respect to the memory of their d?
teased friend and commander. U. uol
Henry Fulenwider wai called to the chair
and tt. J A. R imsour appointed sccreta
ry The following resolutions ere of
fered and adopted..
Rctotvtd. That whereas by the trotni
mous recommendation of the officers and
trooperi f th Itejiment f Ceyelry at-
fachid to the 1 slh Hrigade of lie 5th
Division, Cot John Zimmerman accep
ted the command of that regiment and
fulfilled Ihe honourable trust eposed in
him to the evident end entire satisfaction
of all under his command snd feeling
deeply Impressed with the lor they hare
sustained by the uispensstiun of Provl
dence in calling him from among them
they will wear the usual badge of respect
for thirty days. '
RrarVrti That publication of this tnee
ting be made In the Rutherford Spectator
the Miners Journal, the Western Caroli
nian en Catawba Journal, and that copy
of these. resolution! beftTsTiirrrrrred ta the
rt Met of tmj 'dftetwd. 8t
ti r.?t rtT- m.Trvf pray cr rr-i.-tf.-itisnupg,
Maaano, In thia eountv. on tbe tlet ult. bv
A'lam It weman, tan. Mr. John Troutma to
mim ,Mry Kitctiie.
AUo. tn thia eauntv. on the 30th uh. br tK
lU-v. WillUm a. Hall, Mr. Joseph Crena, to
niias Debecca l)ent.
In the Porks of the Yadkin, in t'uia county, on
the With of November last. Mr. Daniel Orrell, in
be rid'h year of his age. He haa raistd a rea.
pectahle fannlv of children, be waa an indulrent
parent, an arTectionate Lunband and an obliging
Tiio, at bia residence In Liucolnton, on Pri
dav the lth December, after a severe illrw-aa
which eonft ed him to his bed for three weeks,
Col. J.ihn Zimmerman, in Ihe 41st jesr f his
l lesriog an affeealonste family a wife and
five rh-llrn to lament with all. his aeqnain-
(s'lcs t us amictive dispensation of rrnvidenee.
Cot. ZnTjmeransn wsa a wrmhy member of the
r. ....... D.r...l . ..-.r..i I
a good neighbour. The lota ihat hia hterratinr
tamii,tne einiena or the village and or the
av . iia .i ..a .
c"uny aiiaiainea in nia ueam ia iwcaicu-
em, aiienuve io uit
concerna, he delighted to dwell in tbe
boom of hia fs-nily. Libert,! in hia views he
waa devo'H to hia education of hia cbildtn.
Aa a neighbour be wa generous i aa a ciliten
he wa vigilent in the promotion of every thing
rtlciUted 'o lmpoae the morals of the- commu-
n.'v. nd in .hot hia nersonJ frieoda were
maav hU enemiea on
ai m g nTW 4 TP FW
54" M av!i V T i Jl VT
BTta A .VAT in Mav ia.i. a nejio man named
av Jacob, six ut .TI years old, fii'Aet ten
,n '' -' ni!h erv black, quick spoken and feat
' h cir 'is leO. leg
delivering him to me near Salisbury, sSall br
paid gtlJ, or $ JJ if confined in any jail ao that
I g.ftii-n again. AIXCHT7. u. c AKTtx.
: JaituWlit,1dTt: 32:T
N. fJ. The NewSern Sentinel w pleaie'li
aertlhe'above W tlmea and forward their ac-
- BUiW4 COCSTT,
Xorembcr Scmons, 1830.
IFFFEHSW. KObEttSQX and other ti.
John Kutledge and wife 1 Petition lor sale
of negroes for distribution. Oa owliun of the
nlaiuiiff bv counsel, and it anDearinf lalb ut-
, . , M T -
! mfaction of the c urt that the defendants are
not tnhabttanta of this stater Ordered by the
r,irt that publication be made in the VTtern
Carolinian, published in Salisbury for six weeks
tor the defendant to appear at the neit court of
pl and Quarter Sessions to be held for the
county of Rovan, at the Court-IIouse, in Salia-
turv on the 3d Monday in f cbruary next, then
snd there to answer tbe said petition, plead. or
demur, or the same will be taken pro eonfeiso
and heard exparte. 6t57 JNO. UILF.S, t. e.
State of Xott-Caroina,
Notembcr Sessions, 1830.
RCF.L WALLICE v. John Buckj Attach
ment levied. &.c. Un motion, and it ap
panng to the aatiafaction of the court, that the
defendant ia not an inhabitant of tbia State 1 or.
f dered by tbe court that pubbct ion be made hi
the Western Carolinian for six weeks that tbe
defendant appear at the next court of pleas and
Quarter Sessions to be held for Ihe county of
Kowan, at the Court-Houaenn Salisbury, on the
3d Monday in February next, then and there to
plead or replevy, otherwise judgment will be
entered against him Tor the plaintifl demand
and cost. otw jxv. oillsi, e, c.
State of Vortv-Ciirbma"1
.. - tlOU.S.1 COVUTtr- - -
Superior Court of Imw,
OCTOBER Trust, 1B.)Q,
TLFANOR ROBEKl'S vi. William lioberta
JLi Petition for Divorce and Alimony. It is
ordered by the court in thia case that publics
tion be made for three months in the Western
Carolinian and Yadkin and Catawba Journal,
that the defendant appear at the next Superior
Court of Law, to be held for the county of
Stokes, at the Court-House in .Uermaoton, on
March next, tLen and there to plead answer or
demur to the aaid petition, or the same will be
taken pro confesxi and heard eipsrte. 3mt63
- Test THUS. T. ARMSTRONG, elk.
atate ot VortU-VJaroVma,"
Superior Court of Law,
OCTOBER TEH-, 1830.
rRANCES ARNOLD t. Jamea Arnold i Pe
M? thion for Alimony. It is ordered by the
court in this case, that publication be made in
the Western Carolinian and Yadkin and Cataw
ba Journal for three months, tbat the defendant
appear at the nert Superior Court of Law, to
be held for the county of Stokea, at the Court
House in Uermanton on the third Monday after
the 4th Monday of March next, then and there
to plead answer or demur to thesaidjetition,
or the tame will be taken pro eonfesso and
heard eiparte. . Smt63 -
Tetf TIW. T. ARV5T,N. rfc
BUtc ot A'orlU-ttaroUnti,
HENBT BONE ve.iaa. Icaa MJ where.
Il appearing to the cmirt that the defris
danta, William Hone, Joba tVaaann anj wile,
Anaineaia, Joaiah Waan a'wl Wf, Urjr(rtt4
Ullliam liafkrrlml Wi"a tuaann.li, vr,iui4 ;
MeUonaVl and Hif Eliaabeth, resida wmU-mi
h limifa of the tu(r, it la thrribfe wtTt
that publication be m le tnr the arsr f (;( , .
wka in lb Uaatarts Cmim, tm4mt siii ' - -
defeaxlaota to a, pr b U4t Juda our .
lurvMor Cont of t'M irtv I j hdd ftte tha
county of lred. ll. at it.t I 4iiTT4a In Stales
villeoathe 4tH IMmlay afr lh Vh M.nd.y
of MaiTti.- A.-1- HJ t-,-wdn-wrTi fle4 or da J
mMLl'lt Mall oiniLilnl. irf llrnrUiue.
ilni ifart ws4 kmmti arf-e-w saVtisrs wnde
tvsiiS)a?lTi tSiM". as Jiiht 'W'i;itraf f."frk 4d
MaJtrr of oui nil Court U OSSkJU thavicb. I
iUijJUi the 40l Jjlondar.of 5ej)le!)b jJi
6tJ7 itniM ML'HIlAT.i.as .
New Goods. " .
A LP.XANHEK U COWAN, beg leave SoU." ' ,
W. form their friend and (hw publie In c e.
rml that thev are now reeeivlng and opening at
their Store in Stateaville, (tha Store formerly
occupird by Meaar. Shepherd as ftimraonde) a
geneii aawrtmeiit or ,
.rti . 1 1 . it 1 .
consisting of almost every article) ialty kept
in Store, which were ae foe ted with great care, . '
by W. F. Cowan of the above Irm, and pur '
chaaed for Cam, from tliaj Uten importations in .
New-York, Pbiladrlpbia and Mew.Ark 1 of
which thry are ttetertrrned to ! at trm fof .
Casts ha rrcvli of lha uim auititv Can be nur '
chased any where in thia section ol the State,
Purchasers ara respectfully invited to call and '
examine, hear pricea and Judge for themes!-.
Cotton ami other mercbanUble produce taken
in exchange. - . 4 '
They would a', respect fully present their
sincere thanks to their friends and. tbe ptibUct
for tbe liberal share nf pationage the have
heretofore received of them arvltiope ty eloae
attention, candid and lair denting, lis merit a
cootinuance of tbe same.
--rr. ALKVAMDF.R k COWAN. -N.
B. Those owing the la'e Arm of VT. P
Cowan It Co- wi! plraae rail and settle the
same ov cs-n or noie, 111 or.ier mar mry may 99
enabled to cloe lli. t concern. A. k C. ,
Spt. 7th, 18.10. .mtr
TUP. hf lewlon of the Wllkcsboro' Acau!.
my will commmce on the fiat Tuesday of
January 1BJ1, under, the care ot Ut. Kichaxd
lltll, a gentleman who has been sometime to
gaged In the initituUun, and who i a graluat
of our University.
He ha acquitted himself to the satisfaction af
the trustees, and all concerned in the' youth u A
der hia care. The Academy ia situated in
Wilkeaboro. the climate deligh'ful and healthy 1
a.id board and tuition at a mode; ate charge.
Hoard can be obtained in private families or
publie house j at not exceeding sixty dollars peg;
"T".-JI""iMie 01 i eirioavT.'.rrr''' "7Z,
The Laiin and Creek Laaiuisges), per
Enylwb Uswmwaenssd tie "gray
Reading. Wrilingand Arillun'tic,. 1Q
JOHN riNLEV. Pre. llh Wf..
kermber Urn, 1 830. - 7-3tS- -
t'.nttiin tln A L n - i
vviiiuu u 111 .uuniiiQ, -
rnil K ubcriber reepectfu'ly inform, ihe eitJV
JL- anar laavUsost, and the adjaaivM wn." .if y -ti-lW
be coaiiituea U carry oa. at tua Bbopi.
in Lexmcton. the buainess of Makirur COTTON
OtNVrpl!l to any manufctured in the United
Statraj indeed, hia Gina are preferred to all
others, by those who have tried ihemi and
have found a ready sale throughout a Urge ex
tent of country. Hrs prices shall be as reason,
able as ut any other shop in the Southern
All orders will be promptly attended to, and
Gins finished in the ehorteat possible time.
KutKiirine of (line will be dona on the short
eat notice, and in the moat subatauliat mannrr,
by the public's humble servant,
HF.NRV A. CLINOAMON.
yjin-fan, .Vjy 26A, 1 830, 21
Wz WeA lands lor &ae.
PiniiE subscriber being about to
I at X remove to the West is ant.
I ..teU WN4IUItjllWUWIl IHII1
iaiSasahe now lives lying in the. rorks ol v
the ladkin near Outchman's Creek, fifteen .
miles from Salisbury, on the mad leading from
that place to tireavea' bridge. Thi-re is ahmit
200 acres in the above plantation, all of which,
is first rate red land. There is a good dwelling
house, out-houses, orchard, Uc on the premise.
Any person winhingto purchase the abore rand "
can have an ODDortuoitv of viewiiix the premiaeS
iyxailing oa..tbe aubskribet...wba tny.lt,all, ., ...
times be found or the premises, i
tilLES POSTER.: -
JVVtser 20A, 1830. ' 4Stf
?. ir, 1856,'
fENsio ass aorjsrr LABD &COCLATIOX. .
fJlli many impositions which are attcntpte 1 ,
JaL in relation to Pension and ItouHty in$
Claims, have caused the Department of War to '
establish a regulation, which declares that no -attention
will, tn future, be Viveist isnotiejttinBw
jTrd m pefiofts vo act "TsaTi 'gz iifaTt u .ewsniTi ey"
are known at the Department, or are vouctied
for aa respectable persons by force ona who u
Notice of this regulation is hereby slven i anr!
that all may be informed thereof, it Is requested '
Hut publishers of tbe laws of lbs Lnited States, -In
the respective Stares will insert the same, on
the front page of their respective pspers fof s
By order of the Secretin rf Mir.
' J. L. KDWAUns,
3mt60 Firti t:terk Pein Ojjlce.
WILLIAM UORDON, . -
Hntt'lerk liuunty JUweJOfcev
F evrry description, nes.;lv Printed, a
kept counanrt ior u'c at tlr-a ouioei '