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j,,, Ihe fif'l inj I'.roiig J'jce IH 'if fo i.rw t;.?,ft Ut fipid ctir.fi Un bont Iwrnfy ,t srar. In th dawn e rin
. tr-,r,n," his ttn the rry with brr rffVteJ m th fkb!ic ro'.n ! sUta that j!,. '" "' irVitct Jro.p.r br fu l..m,
rrB i. " t . ... .,; i. ri.in t t . i . . , . , , ' li h !. rrtiicl front li.ne lo titeniiiv,
Lh.rs. V 10 ' ,e U:,"", '', Tl: " 8 H K'fl h w ,f ,U' f ' le..i.,g behmj lm . mimcrri. clrc't of ret-
M tu the t'lp fl'',"1; ' r nr n Wr,; tK-ighy dVuwd. Wr km.w tint (c, ,, fn.,,,,1, , tme, ,h., on, p,,,,,
triri'f. f''K,' ','nfe -f :h HU ,( .r.w'plr of Mr. day cVm fit West as br. "" ij'uhi.r. la fll bin forth rctkl
!f()r1cr.! why "'f ''r,,'ii..tr.i.MI '.idly t t!i -Amer'e.e it a. UWrnt (M.ioii inj fof tb. a!
. j . rmit lu tfca inter' ; - ... , i . , rvmiit of bf. s tout 1 have brsn spard a
..rd-as ' ""V'1 ' ; '?"' : W' T" short ti. lo erect, the u d into, Hit
f,e , ,nd th 14 '!" l'" ha been M ,v,,ie -ment , ,he Wr, , , .
U ine to r"- b"', ftldJ'' Mb". rorrrdofWrror. 1,;,,,, THE MAH3CT3.
hw.i,.r.RM t .n l n VJbUU .b. tt.il. .,,1 of .he irMWe
?.Ts.h-l been elects Kin of th.f""' Wjhh. -H . nd op.
AMIL 13. 1.811.
yh) h wr friw4 the friemU of th
M-tlit Men.!, of tbf nim.tii'w-tnt ir-n.
tb. 1i.m. nr ""
,h. -AmerWn Pytr WT W thjr
La.J p thrir rr'','"" Ki, c'ri'i", Mr",,,
Wbo the tw r P'"'P'" "f
p.,hne mW Wby ' b oopOomto
l .i.. .hn k U kt (heir feet. '
i. -r wp I eirtreM tirixx, nnii na d
' n'lt'.inbr.J.. LijI la be but in'a.
,1 inCtllfrr""-; t tffv5rt,'TTf trUwy-Mwi
,,fPm.nd .ml K.nH it f.'fulljr. Uth
. ..,; .kirh ntwtri Ihe bom. f Ameri-
in citin h9 fW bora in tS cr.11e of
fhr trtwry f lUit ligktfc lL1. tw
Jripomlinit mnod, to iv up thit f W .
itb OTrrmittr J eie'rt'on in.! Arm drtermini.
-...iKoii(,.ilvreriil' To bt
rmi iff to Hui tv- if by wnj "j1 1
tftmi tbe dtr mined ind uDben;nr fptnt" or
... -I I ..- ..U'.t mmJ Kllt In tb
dld" for tle fttbr.mnt oor io.lepcn.lrnc t
Wh.t hi brmiCht .houf the drro-ry he
preient timn t if mi will be ihe tbr.
of .yr.n'1, i!vm rmiit. W ibhor op
prrnion in nr .h.jw, 1'e'brr H be -porr'by
the dmd of the tvrnti power to
ihr-fthe bloo.1 of hii whjti, or whether it be
une'ioned b he eon.t'Uution ml UM of the
rmmtry. We drteM ilvrry in w'J t
l.elher it be effected by the bnrrori orblooiJ.y
rf.re. or whether it be trq.iieired in by the
pliincr nd crrdulitr of the debwed nd the
ijyionnt, tnd he ! the tme wnction of the
ronmitution md !ti. The potrer hich mkei
the linn', whether wtfe or minvheided
nukr the litre l? the me tioie-the woMt of n
i'.e-the willing and on'reiiit'irjr iT Come
forth, mch Of yoa w b.jiririt5ii0U.-t"K?
lufficient to iiutii yort, nd plent yourfefret
vwnd the itwuUrd of eoni'uionl Tiberty nd
turreiukr it on with jour JWe We .n not
the timid nd time-erv;ig in our ttnh who
would either be.tyont-'-J-Wtef.--Wr-'wewt-WMh
me liberty or give me death." To ich hnd
tun commit t pVlidinm of oarribt. with
the rnort r rfect luTety, ind flie flrmett relimce
f.,ri! protection rom the geion ind in
m.lti of our enemici. We c1l upon tl friend,
of the IVifi-Mipon the defcrder of thecomrti-
. . . . .i - r r.k
tution upon thor dcroiea w uic cuc . ..
prei banhrni jpul our aUien ' llu cn
It be othervUt vhc it rate irt to d'upropw
tione., nd when no regtrd h hd to the fct
tbit owe leotioii of our country eoniunvi doubt
4 tfc ammmiM of eeMralartklc . conwlerbi
lue. ind upon which the beir'.eM tn ie UiJ
Sutei of the etme e'ent of territory. The
i'e irticlet the eooimp'ion of wblrh M l
mutt eh'lrtly confined la the Southern country.
There are aniclei igaio wboee conttimptlon U
onfinf d prineipiHy lo lb faite rn and Northern
8it.. Hut Si the tat impoaed upon three
aHlrlea proportioned to or regulated by the du
lira imposed ip(n article of Southern eoup
lion chirfir. awl which wouU.in that wiy, bal
ance each other I To anawer llm queaiwe
la only tiecea-arjr to fiWrne be larifl.
will b found the Impn dutiea bear
with iWile the weight upon the utli
and Weet that they do upo the North
and Rjt. 1 bii proportion ia uaceo'.ible of the
cleared jM-oof, which haa beew 5 repa'eV!j( ei-
will not Uie their
pitlrnre by a repetition of lh. Tbrfartklti
which we have copied into our columm reveal
I be truth (apart from the clrcumner- of ine
quality) that the dutie upon the iwM ewential
articWa of coiiMimp'ion are eitravijiutly high -noteUJ
htJtfitt preacil.jr.jroiii L We,
of our financea, and corrupting in tbeir efl'eci.
upon the morali of the community. We would
bmte the rb-ae atten'ion of our reader lo the
f ereral article unW uf politic! LeJ ailii ag
awirance that they will be amply repaid ' for
tor TnE wtTLa caoiiu.
n Thi.mlav the 31 ult. the ei.minaiion of
the Female School in Slale.vill unjerbe in-li
Miction ol ir m. a. i awweii ik pJ nt
p.ukiriii CLumh. A numrroui and
bigbly reper4able auJienre ammtle.l fnim
tbe ailj4cerit country, ana iroin nngnnonug
coii'iiie towitneMthe literary eerci-i on ibe
. a ' l
orra-ion. Tne vounjf wniM wrrp ritmincj in
F.npluh Oamni.r. I'.r'ifir, Geoirra-
villi the ime of Ololw. t.'beituai r Natura
Bliil.pbv, Mental Aritnmene, an.i uuiury
r:.rt m,A Mtu.m. rrcl ami nnifiue.
T),,r nromnt. and with few exceniion, acru
rat anawer for everl bmm to alnioit num
61. rl-wjf X4I to J. com flV href 21 to 3. hacwi
r. muU..-. 4 J a 30. Ur lH. alt ! til. ugur 10
ll.c.rr.- 12 to I A. fl.ifed hi to 7'J and
Krn,U 40. naarh (d l In VJ.I.IId 1 lit H. Ill
Ihra 21 h-i. IA la lft m .15 a3j wheat
T(J lo 7. brrin IS lo 18. rD 11 to 12 fUu
i a . a ... . r mi . . m
oor-niu. wiret jyh iroe 9, ouiicr o
t'mmihu. JtttriL tl ftoltfMI 118. fliXir i
out of i'i w.goni, Camden Mill. 7.M i.
beat 1 1 a, Crn j), oi oai , aaii
key 5)t A:i,bann9 10. .
JS no receiving at bi Siore in SalitSur
a full uinnU of all kinda of Pine, t aah
ionalle Kc Sty t Fancy GOODS, among
. . . ' . . a .
which are maov new and oeeutuui am
cle for Ladle' Drctica. Suited lo lha
Beaton. Mlected b hiraielfwith much
car from the laleal importationa in New
Yt.rk and fh ladrlohla lor 1BJI and
bcuhi entirelr for caih. The liublic art
repectfully invited lo ceil, elaTiine and
judn 'or themwlve, a every inoure
mrnl by of variott and extemiva
r ' f "111 2 ,.J U,liim-
lowneit oi price win " rucuicu iu uuui.
J. M. i thankful for patt favour and
hope by a proper attention to buine to
roerit a conunuanc ol tnoe lavoun
which hi cuatomer txd a dincerning
public- hve-hertofo ao liberaiJy. be
(owed upon him. 3ni79
Afirit I6'A I S3 1.
Tilt: FEMALE SCHOOL
kr),. ,i,,tWi-ii rontitCttd with the ubiect to H. U Heard
which yiry b.d devoted their attention, f-1 Henry Reakrr
forded' amnle evidenee inability and frcKty on Mielwrd Brmkby
- . . W -a. , - . -. , t j:t!AHAS
part Ol 111' initTUCTTTT',- im m-nmjrwv
and laudable iTprovement on the part ol her
-j :..i....,t.i.iiiiiin tbnae who would
orotect tbe 3oor and the many from the rapine
ofthe few in thrieh tht;,e "ho vbie
lb effort nd rliievemcn' of their f irefath
ert-upon thote who feel intererted in the late
of their oiTunrin and upon thoc who viue
tbeir own wfet - and ltapw t join u in ef.
fectmg tbe deuruc'ion ot we--vmc-n-"T
tern." the enemy to our free institution ana
thedetroyerof all political equality- How are
we to aecomnlUh the destruction of thi. enemy
to our freedom and enualitv f By the iword of
rebellion i By taking arm into our hand an I
s'aying our fell'o.citiien By exterminating
the friend and aupportemof the American 9y
tern ? No. In thi way we would only entail
Mieeril upon our posterity forever which we
deigned to remove. We have no wich violent
Jiurpow in- iewVilimtfmak:e-t:on.
.... w T,-r.n.i - Truth i miehtv andVHT
prevail," i a maxim a true a it i ancient. We
v mild ror"Vt '"e mind ofthe poople by rca;
on and argument. When the people were
convinced of the mighty truth which would be
pred before them we wou'd then invite them
to take the re"os of government in their hand
or to ubstitute new ruler in the ted ofthoae
who aided in abriding their right and prtvi
lfc or connived at their uolawftjl aawmption.
TtUonly neceasary to enlighten the minds of
the people to conv'mce them that the majority
of an assembly of threebundred ne!i in Waih
jngton C'rtjr are despots and rue the nation ao
'cording to their- Wfl-Wflpirtne?I?';
,South to. enrich ihe North Oppreiaing the
poor to exalt the rich. These are the truth
we warn exNioueu i " v. y r
tha they may reform their government and iu
rulers. . . '.'":'' i- J ... , j .
. We hate ijelected severs! article for the her.
mt,t f r.m n on Arm mibliahed ill a
VJ W VU ItV.fc- .iw.. f "l I
quarter f the country whose aympathtea have
"4t hrtrofore been e'ltisted far the tariff, vvitfi a
pilpt. tb ll t!ie nunioier liuiurs, which mrc
needed eTcrr yv d bith UJrtrpiljr are
rviikftl !nf anrrl. hut coorl tauehi in our coin-
m,m CrimhU. I.i.l not been overlooked i H
"very matiirc'f "that fhyaiin tattle had made
valuable uequi.itinn It) lome or tne nurnee au
wnr MTMiMiaUhr&uchei of female Kauration.
Thry exhibited'numeroutraiHscimeri of Conmo.
..i r p. nnnr imi of needle wor. oikiiiv
r..i;t.kl in ihur induitrv and talents, and
gratifying, ia .their Teen's and "fr'enda." The
audience wasstso iaourea wirn -vcri m.cr
..i;., n-r,.rttin lin Sacred Music. It was
truly de.ightful to see aomsny of our daughters
and aiater unite with o mucn prprieiy, meir
voices m celebrating the prie ofourUod nd
When a Tescher of suitable qualifications di
rmti h-r unwearied ctTorts to improve the man
ners, to iweeten the disposition, to purify the
heirt. end to expnd ami invigorate the mind
or her pupil! How gramying wan
ml n..Klt frelini of our naturea to witne
hr ftiilnmiiHlirrl micces. Mr. Caldwell baa
under her instruction, young ladies from Burke,
Wilke. Surry. Stoke, Rown, Mecklenburg
rid lrede. 1 'hi wrewwtancejn connection
with the number and character of those who at-
tend h Tuminion; and who so far as our
knowledge extend?, etpre much gratification
with the rapid advancement of her pupils, In
h. ..;... Kp.nrhei nf ii f fii I and ornamental
eaucation, cannot fail to place Mra. Caldwelfi
School atill higher in tne connaence o. n c..
enmmnniiv The moraf and reliirionf,
as well a literar)' advantages enjoyed by the
memSer of " Harmony Hll" the salubrity of
:.. m,iA Hie mrutf rte nrices of Board
and instruction unite to .ecure for this flourish.-
ing institution, ao increasing share of p'Jge-
" ' TX ItV.KT."" '
- - AlareAMJir 1831
it . maimer nfthe Merchant and other cit
. . ... n - - ,
rnr-i Ar 'h- "-" "f '-""corti. ine i""" n f"
mu'iim i,nmjini,i it ' ' j . I 1
i were entered into on the subject ol tne i
currency. .... .. .
ReitlvtJ, that after the nrv uy oi iyi
n.illti, rr..ive nor UttM HOT vni v.
other iban our own State, of a denomination
less than one dollar. ' "
llemlml, Tarther that at?er tne same pen..
-,;ii ni ...umv of the treasui-y note of
this State, and after the first of September we
will not receive or pas any bill of any denom-
. . - a it
imtion KM than one uouar.
u.t.u. i farii.e thai i aoon as practicable
we will procure peci change to supply the
ce tbcent bill currency.
X XT ILL igato be dpcDcdon the sc.J
V t cond monday in M.y. It h
pprehrnded that by that time the
ademv KuildMR will be torrpici-
e. AnU aO 4aailionil Pumucr wi
hnii.ru nnrned for the reception of
Rnadrrt j And should the Hchool be
o large a to render it necesaary, Mr.
Cald-ell will aid a superintendent.
07tf M A. CALDWKKL.
into is ns. in i: a ,0.1 tc,
Stock Clothing M'n house
TWE auWribar h removed hi V.
X tiblishment from No II I 3, M .1
At n I. ana ia lha soafinua S:or No 138
Pearl St. ovtr Mri.ri llyd ClertUnd k
Ca where b will keep constantly on hand
much mor ei:entv assort mcnt than
formerly. Th ?tyle. mk and material
of Ih Cloak will b trailf improved
..... . . . a a
nd wlil be sold at e'joul in lime low
Drice at those of Ih latt Beaton. II
haa also on hand a large assortment ol
low nrlced clothinar nude in ood alyle
eiprcssly tor the Souiherii'end Vestern
lr.de that win te soia at aooui me
uaual prkaa ol the mQ! Infetlor quality.
AraoT Vtwrl the OX vf Steck witt,rry
other dt airable articles. Thos who will
itk th, trouble to examine inltSiock of
Uoods will probably satisfy themselves
that they cannot select th sam amoOfit
from any Stock in th City that will be
safer or more desirable purchase far
site by F J. COVANT,
Xo. Ill, Ptarl St. .Trw Tart.
Tims Sis months for approved
note payable at Bnks in good standing
lo any part ol the country, eigm rnontni
fur Cltv arc ntanrei or S Mr cent (lis
connt fur Cashin sll case where the
time is ei'endcd interest will be charged
ii the rate of 7 Dtr cent Der annum. Any
Goods purchased at -his Establishment
that do not suit the Market lor which they
were intended will be exchanged lei
JYVto York,. Ifiril 16', 18 Jl
ALLllwne drt r Uth to 1'bill
IVhii for eutcri ,,, , ha V'e
lei n Carolifiim, or by b-v, arrnuot aro
ment by the l f July, w ihry will fimf
their acctjunls i" l'r'''of an tlTirer
f.ir rolleciiun. Mf shop ilie door Irom
John Murphy's 3or. wutta tim Id
fuund at n iltie.
Salisbury, Ahrcl flAf HJl. ftjif
N H. Airem Mrj"'r4 to maV
returns of what Ihey have KUurd a
soon as poill. J,n. II.
Siiliiburu. March 28. i a i . r
flIJK Officers complin; tlit j,, jj.
X. viiiun of ihe7jJ. Ilcffltnctiinf iho
Sliiiua tIN. Cre hereby Cima.,nC(J
bury on Vtdy the 22nil April tt t
10 o'clock. A. M. equipped a fit lavr
directs, for driU. T r
lit order of ihe CoLoweL.
4t67 Ii. CHAI0K, . 4
LIST OK laKTTKUS
KM AIMNlJ in the P' Office at Lexing
rr .... . .
ton, N. U. oo the J't uv April, isji.
Bartea Ker -
iMiMi r.iau . . .
Joseph iroovrr "
Jnhn June -
A'mol. m M. Potla
Jtmn-Hooch ' '
Leai Sink , ..
P ter Snider
- )amc4 tilvao..
J. 4m .Simpson :
lluckner I pchurch
B D. ROUNSAVILLE, P. M.
Lincoln Cooart, N. C
rTUIS is to warn all persona what.
TIIL NubKMbu, gra'elul for the past
Datronaee which he his received
t'mm an enlightened Dublic. solicit it
cbntlnuince and hopes br hi attention.
busmest to merit it. - Jle ba in his em
ploy a ntimber tjf first rate wwkmeii and
p;ood supply of plank and other materi
Is, which will enable him to execute all
ind"ofwork in the above business on
he ihorteit notice, with neatness and
durability and on the moat liberal term.
His shop Is one door above Mr. Jones'
Tavern where he would like lo receive
he commands of his customer and
friend. WM. It. HUGHES.
N H. One or two ioiirnevmen of
steady hibit wanted at tbe above u
ne. W. R. II.
W R.llUGHES.alo,c6ntinuei to carry
on the Windaur Chair making Business in
alt Its various branches ai hiiold stand, lie
It V HOUSE, fine K...
HlrfllVl office) on tbe (W
liU't-iri-et few yards north-),!,
ml,,f .1, ",. M, ,.,. In
W www) s.vsj W 4 w
ingion, A. C is again cpened for the t. '
ception ofl rivcller and Boarder. Th
stables are extensive, roomv and dr;-
?;rain and provender of tb best, plcnrv
ul, and aerved by good hostlers. Th
bouse has many comfortable room , ser vet
a good Jabl and n fiesbrnent!, and Ihe
fjrtTprTeTor and hi fjdilly will omit no
thing in (heir power lo make il most
quiel and agreeable. 15 f
U. V. KUU.NSAVILI.C.
A - "ft ' w" " "w lap "V4 II Ww
servant, and a child about 18 inontba
old Enquire of SAMUEL KEEVES.
TED and PAINTED which he wlirel
lo wTor Cdth of Country-prvducti 6t f
er ara'mst tradins tor a note
of -band of- Forty Dpllars and.Fj fty
Cents, payable to Rachel Ilermon of
the C unty and State aforesaid, for
vp Ho not intend ever to D;tV said note -
for said note has become void by coo-jf '
tract and it may be she or her agent Jlnef. will not only be able to turnout work
,v t - -w f a rm rt.. aiai awnil etAtai t a
as they arc not willing to give it up.
LL1JA11 llUr r M AIM,
Nil ao uui i .
V, Jaat.nf 831,
PUBLIC NOTICE is h.reby given to "
CUim, Debts, Inheritances Ice. payable
or recoverable abroad, that t'hu Agency"
been his established, under tbe special ,
auspice and patrooageof distinguished In- -dvidual
in Ihil country, a regular cot- '
rispondence with eminent Bankers, Sic, '
in the prinrpal ports and capital of For-
ign Governments In commercial. re!a '.. '.
lions with the United State through
Ihe mediation whereof such valid claims . 4
" ; .i J i i ., asmayte conncied thereto, wlirte cx
keep constantly on hand a large supply jjtr,,,...! .il .i
r if -' j '-j t- k .t-mf - 'Patitw--vor stlwementj end peomptlr anij
of; welt msoe Windsor chirs both ulL ,t.i- . , rf J . . - -
-. . .... . . ". enectivelv recovered .when rirmhrl hi
the claimants with Ihe suitable" Ieg "
profrnmd Toucher,- together, witb the.
fecjuilte7f dtr of AtrorDty,ta bo"taken
and acknowletfged before any Judge of a -
Court -of - Records or -theecooApt.teatfi
Civil Magistrate, Munlcipil authority! of
Notary Public . and ihe whole .duly' au-
tbenticated by.the povcrnprpf the State
orJTerritory Ia which the aame-msf be
per feredjL and egsllxed bjrl he jipjrtipri
ate Foreign Consul. ----- . ..
Having also established aimllsr cor
respondence throughout Ihe United State,
and British America, the like cjaims for . '.
recovery, ia any part thereof respective ,
I, will ha received and ffiriniU l.
tended lo, ia behalf of American, as well. "'
aa Foreign cUimants. . .. .:i
Orders for the Investment of funds on
Mortgage of Freehold property, -or io -
the purchase of Public Securities nf (he t
Unilrd SlatAl. f?nal T.n.n. nf ik. Sia. -
- . H-WWI.W W, w.Da
of New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio, &cw .
punctually end Uitblullf-eiecuted
On Tuetdav the 19th of A-iril. fhefn
the Tueadav of our count Court.! t wilt
sell at Pubic aa!e, at the Court House In
Concord, a neirro mfW the troDcrtr of
ar . a. . a . . .
John t.. Aianan. aec o. :
N. B -AH persons indebted to said dee'd
who do not settle their accounts at or be
fore our April court, may expect to find
them in She bands ol an ollicer lor coliec
ROBT. McKENZIE, Ex'r.
March. 30fA. 1831, 3' 67
fnpHE subscribe is return their thanks
i m iha nubile tor tne noerii oatron
a. extended to their Tailoring estab
lishment in Concord, and beg leave to
inform Them ihatTher have emwoved a
sufficient number of wotkmen to enable
them to do business with tbe utmost dis-
! patch. They regularly receive the latest
I t .. . Dl!I I !..!. .-J t
ions irom ( niiaaeipnia, anc nope
Sale of Land for Taxes.
TTTiLL be aold for. cash at the tourl
V V House in Salisbury on Monday the
c,u f M net.the following iracts
of land or so much thereof as will satisfy
u-;.t,.cn ,vn the 24th ult. by Adam Rose-
man, Eq. Mr. Thotna Kymer to Mis Fanny
H'in Cabarrus county, on Tburiday the 3dVt.
by Muke Hunt, Esq. Mr. John Wood to Km
Catharine cooa. m
:i " " died. t . , . ,
t rw.,lit u 1'ueadav the 2tu inst.
Mr.halt T. Polk, F3l. Attcwnataged
the Tax due thereon for tbe years 1838,
340 Acres given In by Joseph McCon
laughey for Betsey Locke
116 Acres given in by Henry Verble,
64 do do do by Humphrey Linster
IOC do do do by James- Townaleyj
100 do do do by Joseph Agle,
106 do do do by Robert Huland,
106 do do do by w m. Rainy,
:lti do do ido y MathlasSwUher,
"1 13 do do dooy Macoy Giilesptei"
146 do do do by m roster,
31 do do do by Eli Campbell,
, 100 do do do by John Dickey,
84 do do do by Samuel Lucke, Sen.
for Armsted Luckey. , .
130 do do do by James Cowan Execu
tor of John Cowan dee'd.
Sold by '; F. ftLATER, Sh'Jf.. '
with dispatch, but be also able to turn it
r fit .
out in a neat and elegant styie. i neir
terms will be accommodating, and their
efforts to ! please, unceasing. Orders
CuuineDt all descriptions win done
t their shop inomedidtely on application.
Concord, Jfcb. 1 1 th? 18 3 1. 4 8 1 f
totaic o wVotlVi liaroUua,"
, 0V!t C0CSTT.
February Sessions, 1831.
DANIEL CLARY ve. Cbriaiian Good
man t Attachment Levied Sec. On
motion, and it appearing to the satisfac
tion of the Court that the (tefejidant ia not
n inhabitant of this State. Ordered by the
Court that publication be made in the Wes
tern Carolinian printed in Salisbury, for
six weeks, that the defendantappear at the
next Court. oi Pieas anduart w
to be held fofUhe County of Rowan at the
Court House ip. Salisbury on the third
Monday in May next, then and there to
plead or replevy otherwise judgment will
be entered against him lor the plaintiff
demand and costs. .,-'63 7 T. .
JNO. GILES c. c. e
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Applicstions addressed to this Aencv.
in cases requiring the investigation of
claims, search of rernrrU. ar ih int..
vention'of legal proceedings, should bo,
accompanied with an adequate remit
lance to defray the preliminary charges
-iv isavj i
iA all letter-, miitit h afalriit
" . wivinu 'U9
riaiH lo tha iinHi-rftrinwJ. ,at.rllfv. r
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in the Office of the Arrencra4rVrli.
street, New-York. Sm74
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State ot wN QTt 'UaToUna,
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TSAIAH COE v. Henry Saten Original ;
I attachmenLv"If annArlnrv tn tka. iA:. -
jbx " rr.w. .Sj w mj eiasiiatw , Wj
faction of the Court that the defendant In
i ni cast) is not an inn want ol this StMe. '
Upon motion it is ordered by the court
that publication be made In tbe Westera
Carolinian for six weeks' that the defen.
dan aopear at the next Court r.f Pu.
and Quarter Sessions to bo hebl for the
county of Surry, at the Courl House in,
Rotkfdrd on theeebndtWoiday in May
next, thert and, there to i)ted or reolevv ; '
or the same will be taken pro confess '
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