a yoapmnn, whosmppedacsn pre- GABRIEL M
sented towards' her, out supposing irj
to be loaded. It however unhappily
From tU Charleston Courier. iO'.V6 P ? be loaded with-oVrj
.... . ' - . . aao inoi,. anci me unnapyy
will go to the gpve where my child mortally Vounded-by.receh
lias gone, ,' . - i whole of the shot in her hip. ohe
languished for fortv-cight hours, and
And strew its turf with flowers :
lie was my lov'dand onlvone. f
expired, after having manifested un
common fortitude, during her suffer
ings ; and 'when amputation of the
wounded limb was proposed by her
mother, sbe replied, ' Dear mother,
I shall live my appointed time, and do
let me ro altogether." . Will notbin?
Day after day, like an opening floorer, i sen e as a caution against the improper
The charm of my lonely hours:
O ! he was life in its freshest bloom,"
He cbecr'd me many a day ;
His smile and beauty lit ray gloom.
And chaVd us night away.
r' Cabinet Mafcer,.,:
rl and the DubliC,'
shot,, and thejanhapyy girl was , hg keep on hand.a
srfaliv wounded bvrecenuwr the . - i . -.,.;.
Yarieiy 01 ,j, ... . ,
His mother's Dride lie crew :
He seenVd. like an infant germ of
So bright he met my view ;
I saw, fri his gay exulting face,
.Phe future greatness glow ;
use of (ire arms ?
GREAT FOOT BACT. '
On Monday last a foot race was
run over the Pontefract race course,
tor 4 measured miles lor 10U guineas
And I thought his lifit infantine prsce j each, between Beal,. the noted York
shire runner, And Asiiton, a Lanca
shire man ; the first two miles' were
run in 1 1 minutes .' in the third mile
they alternately took the lead, till at
To manhood strength would crow.
1 read, in every word and smile,
The father's look ami tone;
And I heng on thase dear eyes th?
As when Grst nzr heart were one :
o bright a vision ccnM not last,
that dear il!u'm fieJ;
: SUCH AS ':;: , '
sideboards; i tables,
SECRETARIES, J BEDSTEADS,
Y ; &c.Ax. ' '" '
Which he will sell on reasonable terms.
All orders in the UPHOLSTER
ER'S business willlie executed with;
neatness, and -on moderate j terras.
Ue has the plan and the care of the
GRAVE- YARD, and the keys of
the fcates; andtrequests those who are
entrusted with the burying of the dead
to call on him. His charges for inter
ment will as usual be very low.
Those who have not yet been fur-
By the President oj , the United Siates.
HERa, tPf&dk of .the United States is aut hori
V.-w-:-;by?Iaw to cause .certain lands to be offered for
j Therefore, It ) AiV FPresident of the United St.,
do hereby declare and j make. ' knaffli v that the Public, sales h
as fbllovrs, yis:v-.-i'.:'.'!'' ?'4vrr Y
At the- Land . OfHce at Terrja , I
da5 inJalyrVexttor the sale of
Ukr a rainbow-cluud away it passed t
To the cold and voiceless drad. i nAtuxr's spout.
A reraarbable calf was last week
3ut there is a home, where dear ones I taken from a heifer owned, by Mr.
uavia itan;, cr n.inge, v, n. naving
no less than eight legs, two bodie,
nisheil with deeds for Lots which they
length Beal passed his opponent in ! may have purchased in the graveyard,
the fourth mile, and won the race by are requested to can on nun anu iney
500 yards. The race was run in 21 will be supplied- Those j also, who
raiimtes and three Quarters. Ureat nave aeeas. oui wnuse it
sums were betted, London Payer.
And blend thtr innocent lore;
Where hours of happiness nover fleet,
In the peaceful world above ;
Vhere the links, tiiat jind our souls by
Shall never be broken more,
Uul u better life, with its qjick'ning
Shall every cliann restore;
Then cease, ye bitter tears, to fa!!;
My heart its isrief shall bcir,
Till I hear, from heaven, the tewicr
Of love invite me there.
entered on the Plan, are requested to
brinu tlieni forward, that it may be
ascertained which? of the lots are va
cant, and whether deeds for any of
them have been given to nrire t!wn
one individual. April, 20, 182'-.
At the-Xand Ofice at 1 err,a Hdute, m IndiaftJa, on thfil. i.
Towiisbios ir.and lS in range I east of the,2d Drincinal mr:l ..
1 .f; r ' nir and 18 in ranges 1 td 9'westpf &yl iT4 l
At the Land Offi.ce at Vaptlalial in IlliaoiaJ cn the third t
in Juy next, for the sale dfv j, f. - V?- : v ' ' l'lQky
Townshipsjll 12, 13 and 14, injrangs 1 and 2, east of the S'd nrN i
- 7 11, 12, 13, 14 and l, iit rartges3 and 4 : yda.ndiiifl3
At the same place, on the third Monday in' August next ro ,
sale of'' !'' : 'r' :v r r-lilti
Townships' ll 12, 13, 14 and 15, in ranges 5, $ad 8, east of the
11, in range 7
n 1 .
At the Land Office at Palestine, , m Illinois on -the" fixat t
in August next, for the sale qf -vSfeV-irK.
12 and 13, . . do.
first iMondav in Seotembpr
JAS C. STKVENMN,
Has just received from New- York, .
A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF
one head,-three taili and a large trank,
(as the account states,) " measuring
three feet!" The owner sold the (
calf, we understand, for $50. The.
skin is now at the tanners to under-
go a partial dressing, when it is to be !
and exhibited for the Rratif,catlon of GROCERIES, CROCKERY, &c.
the public. Kecne Sen. j also,
i Fort Dry Lisbon Wines,
A VERY SUPERIOR QUALITY.
A FKW KEC.i 1ST QtTALlTY
Frpnt the lialtiMwe Patriot,
10 ease the pang of troubled breast,
By friendship M-.oihii
To lull each anrv cire to rest.
An I bid the heart rejoice.
To cliase ile ijlooni of life away
And all its cares lejiji!.
Is thv-swrft task and we obev
If lovely woif An smile.
Jfo 1, .
FOR S ALE nY
VM. S. WEDC, &.Co.
May 18, 18J'. 'I7tf
Seiche, April 27. 1822
HnS robb'd us of oir wealth ;
i)r pule disease, with frightful hand
ll.u robb'J u of our he ill ti ;
Thase fi iends whiu once, in fortune's
W fondly thought sincere :
Will v.mis!i like a mctruiu l!owcr,
But 1110L wilt stay to cheer.
And whf-n at last on bed of death,
Tf lay our aching head,
T'iouU: come lo catch the parting
Tho all the rest have fled.
And when the last sad duty's o'er,
.AnJ thou uo more can?st cheer,
T.'fiult find upon our grave a flower.
T water with a ter. " E.
OtlOIN L ANECDOTE.
So n aftr the passage ,.f the pn
sl.m act by Cu;res rantin relief
Xj ij;vwluti'i4rv soldiers, a lawyer in
c village of B , thinking it a
js.Ji.tc mr-uure ti volunteer his servi-0-n
ii idin r applicants t obtain their
3 M.i ns, as there vas btit little pro
r i.iilityof many claims b'-ing presen
ce. . advertised lint on a certain d iv,
. shu:ld be in re rh"4ess at his otlice
ij act rattiitouily as ajretit for all
irl iiiauts th.it miht then present
lheiuelvr(. I Ire appointed rlay ar-
and to the lawyer's sore di
:nav," before nton his oQiee was
tl.ignged with invalids and veterans,
who apprized him of his promise ii
terms of sutueie.it gratitude. Unwtu
proceed in this exigency, staggered
tlit-. wit of Sir .Mittimus himself. To
gooiuvas expensive, and to recede
vra cerLiin death to his nopnIarit.
r.lt present interest outweighed !1
scruples and summoning up resolu
tum. and putting on the air of mad
na.i, the lawyer nareJ out to his
tremblingau'lience u Aveunt! Thou
ph ifinx of ghosts and goblins ; ' how'
iTare you thus leave the qrave in broad
day liht to rattle yoor bones in my
nresence: Aav, I say 1 ; attended
GEORf.E 'SEELYE,& Co. have
removed to t!ie Store lately occu
pied by Messrs. Wm. S. Webb, v: Co.'
two doors West of the. Post Office,
where tliey have for sale, a handsome
assortment cf I
lately received from New-York, which
they offer at very reduced prices. '
iy 10, 1822. ?i6tf. ;
LLLING OFF CHEAP.
rurposes closing his fct-ine5S as soon
as possiblt, and of.Ws for s;ile, .t re
dticed prices, the following GOODS :
3(00 pr. Ladies' and Gentlemen's
COOTS & SHOES,
S00 pr. Glen's coarse SHOES,
Two cases; Honncts,
A general assortment of
Cli.iinhra, Sewing Cotton
A small quantity, of
5 Country Merchants
would lv well to call, as it ispresumed
a more favourable opportunity to make
GOOD I. UGAliNS will never be
offered. .May 11. 1822. 'l6ff
Likely youn GRO GIRL
about nineteen years of age.
Enquire at this pmce. ;
April 27th, 1822 'lStf.
i ; '
THE ELEGANT, FI;Ll BLOODED
1 1 1
A LL thse indebted to the estate
JTjL of John Strong, late r Jones
County are requested to make imme
diate payment. All th se who have
accounts or demands against said es
tate of whatever kind or denomina
tion, are requestsd to bring them for
ward within the time prescribed, by
I nvy or they will be barred of their
ISAAC CROOM, J
F. L. HAWKS, CCcYs.
'E. S. FRANKS, )
Jpril -24th; IS22914 6w.
rWl II E Subscriber having qualied
1 as Executor to the last Will and
Testament of Valentine Richaud-
swj dee'd. requests- those who are in-
dehtPil to said estate to come forward
Thestratam had it effect, l ire ntl fiiakenavment : and those havinsr
aiTri-hf-d veterans scampered out of cjms agarnst ; the estate,- to present
JWr. C Vofice, and ha venot since tI p properly authenticated,
SALA 1)1 N,
nj7ILL stand the ensuing season at
T my stable in Newborn, Craven
County ISorth-Carolina,' at the mode-
rate j;rice of Tuenty Dollars the sea- ,
son, if paid before the first of Septem
ber, or Thirty Dollars afterttiat time,
with interest to the day of payment ;
Fifteen Dollars'the single leap, to be
paid at the time themdre is covered ;
and Forty Dollars for. insurance,,
which will be demanded when .the
mare is discovered to be with foal, or
before the property is transferred.
One Dollar to the Groom in every
instance. Glares sent! from a dis
tance, will be fed with grain for 25
cents a day, to be paidj when she is
taken away good pasturage gratis.
Particular attention will be paid "to
all mares entrusted to ray care ; but
I will not be liable for any accidents
or escapes whatever; lbe. season
will commence the tenth 'oft March,
and terminate the first of . August.
y Thomas H Daves.
March 2d, 1822.26tf
Townships 0, 7, 3 and 9, in ranges 9, 10 and 11, east of 3d principal m
'fi. 7JS and O. in ran rre TA wfr ff t.
' , " i r i . - ju.
At the same place, on th?
the sale of ! v !
, Townships 10, 11, 12 and 13, ia ranges 9 10 and 11, east of 3d
1 1 -
10, llj 12 and 15j infranges 12, 13' and 14, west of 2d j.
At the same place oq the jfcrst Mouduy-ia October ritxt fnP .t
sale of ;.. ;...'' "' " ' V-s' . . J ?
T)wnships 14, 15. I6 and If, in ranges 9; 10 and H, east of 3d priccipal
I j. : ? merijian hi
14, 15, 16 and 17, in Ranges 12, 13 and 14, west of do.
At the same place, on the hirst iVIbnday in November next for
the sale of . j - ' ; '
Townships 13, 19, 20 and 21, in rfinges 9, 10 and 11, east of 3d principal
' ? 1 ! - " meridian I'm
18, 19, 20 and 21, in ranges 13 and,14rwest of 2d do; .
15, 19 and 20, in range 12 do. d0.
18, - .11 do, do!'
17,13, 19 and 20, ; 10, do. ' . do. 1
At the Land Oihce lor the rfpr'thera district of Loiiisiaaa, atthfc
town of Ouachita,. on the fTist Monday in November next, '. for the
sale of ' ' .
Townships. 15, 16, 17,'lS'and 19in ranges 1234 and 5, west thecierH
. . ' ' . dian line.
At the Land Office at the seat ofj Justice of the county of lnde
pendence, in the Arkansas territory, tor the sale of such lands of the '
United States as are situated in the following described "towosiip '
and ranges, and which have been excluded from the lottery of the
lands appropriated for satisTyirig warrants for military services, viz:
On the first Monday in August,nXt for the. sale tf suqh of the
above discribed lands as aresituateii in this following townships aad
ranges, viz: " ! el ' ' ' ' 'v.-'. .'
e 5th meridian lin
do. ;' ;' .
do - 'a ;
Townships 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 9 and 20 in
1, 2,3, 4, 5 and 6
1, 2, 3. 4, 5, 6, TV 8 arid 9
1, 2, 10,; 11, 12, 13 and 14
1,2, 3,9,13, 14, 15, 18, 19& 20 ' I, west of
On the first Monday in September next, for the sale
the above described lands as are situated in the foiiowin
of such of
soaie of your funerals twenty years j
040. Avaont ! You are the vanguard f
T-'.t - " Clan-Ilr
Ul 1 1 itjuniviF"" " J . "
anmyed him. Detroit Gazette.
f vmm Z
citmo.v. . . -T,
A daujhtr of Capt. Frink Lorell,
cf I'utney, Vr. was recently phot bx
within the time limited by law, or pay
ment will be barred., r
, ANDREW jl RICnAUDSO.V,
Way l$tb, 1S22. 'If .
Description and Pedigree.
This elegant full blooded' ARA
BIAN riOftSE, . SAljADIN, was
imported during the sunimer of 1820,
from Tripoli, byhis! present owner,
who selected him with j the "greatest
care and attention, from the whole
Stud of the Bashaw, and y the Certi
ficate of the Bashaw's! .public Secre
tary, Abraham Serusi,wis declared to
be of the finest and highest 'Arabian
race ever imported into Barbary-
His Sire, K K.LUD,was imported from
the "Kingdom of Sehnar; his Dam,
GAUIXA, was selected from the
Stables of the Emperor, of Morocco,
and sent a present to: the Basbaw of
Tripoli. - j H J
will be eight years old in May next,
is imeeu and three quarters hands
high, of a beautiful dapple colour, and
for elegance of form, as well as ac
tivity and spirit, not surpassed by by .
Lorseerer , imported inio the. United
States. . IJ is reputation as a sure foal
getfer, being now ' fully ! established',
those who axe desirous of jmprovin
the breed of thattnobe animal, -the
Horse, would do well t embrace the
I present opportuQsiy.. : ,., 1;;
t;wnships and ranges, viz ; j .
lownfchips'l, 2, lS.19.and 20, . in range 2 west of the 5th meridian lie
.1, 15, 1G; 17, IS, 19aud 20, 3, do.
1, 10 11, 13, 14, 15, 16 & 19
e, 29, XO; 11, 12, 14 and 16,
1,24,5, 6, 8, 910, ll, 12,
' 13, and 18, : 6, do..
On the first "Monday in October next,-for the sale of such of the
above described lands as are "situated in the -following described
townships and ranges., viz : - ."
Townships 1 2 3 4 5 6 J 10 11 12 13 15 16 17 18 19 and 20, in range 7, :
. !( west of the 5th meridian lint
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 20 15 16 17 18 19 & 20, in range 8, west do.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 S 9 10 lit 12 18 19 and 20, 9, do.
19 '! ! " ' " ' "l0, do.
On the first Monday in Notfemberjnext, for the sale of suchof the '
above described lands as are! situated in the following described
townships and ranges via : C
Townships 12345678 q 10 and 11, in range .10, west of the 5th rneri-
1 I ' ! dian line
-1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 and 1Q, - " 11.
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 and 10, r 12,
2 3.4 5 6 7 S arid 9 ; ' I 13,
3 4 5 6 7 and 8, j i 24,
4 5 and 7, i - 15,
5 6 and 7 - ; ! 16,
6 : ' ' ' : ! 17.
Kach saltv will commence vVith the lowest number of sectiaa
j township, and rane, and proceed in rerrnlar nunierical order.
i'hc lands reserved by law for trie use of Echoois, or for othef
purposes will oe reserved tromj sales.
Given under my hand, at the city oi
ct iVIarch, 1822. . ' i.
Washington, this 14th day.
By the President r 1! . . -
; JOSIAIi MEIGS, Commissioner of the Gen. Land,
March IS. 'lOtXovl f - . :-
Printers who publish the laws of the United States. will publish the abc-ve
once a week till the first Monday in: November next,, and send their account
( receipted) to the Ueneral Land Office. r
HE Subscriber being desirous of
. Ja closing his business, requests all
those who are indebted to him, either
by note or account; to come forward
and settle the same f and those having
claims against fura, to present them
for payment. ; v
HE HAS ON nAND, T
' 1 '' . . .
A UANDSOlfE ASSORTMENT OFJ
Which he will selfat redoced prices.
for Cash or Country Produce, either
SJLVESTEH BROWN .
AYINCx talien his brother f as-
son 11 Brown into wI'tf" .
nership. ; the business in tuture.
be conducted, under the firm of ?
P. H. BaoWN. '
Newbein, April 26th,-,l5 tf. lS,
. - f notice.
iXConnty Court, A. D. l8
Subscriber obtained Letters ot
miiiistration on the estate ot
Gatlin deceased, and I therefore re
'..J.Ai'rncn-hfivin? claims again
?u A Jctt tn nresent them, prop
IliC SH1U .jwifc, I
at wholesale or retail.
Newbern,Marchf 2018221 9if , ma
rlu nntliPntinated. within me ."-
W V MV w- f
red. inoseinucuu . ..
requested to come torwaru -
I v-Ti.lj ,., io tsr navment wiii
' hnr'rpii: Those indebted to theestaw
make immediate pay mem.