4. - ' --i
. l ' .(-' -. . . : -j. -.-. J - - .' " '
-i . t ,-
ans of fair, detijthirnl peace; .,".. i - .
7 V::-' j -:V;v:;,4-'V 7 VUnwarp'dbypar
partjr rage to, live hke brothers.' j ,
nduesAais 3aiiuaic ld'lSV
13 published, every Tvni1 and ribat, by
.- JOSEPH QAI.KS SSONV
At Five, Dollar , pnnutyalf fa Advance
Rot exeeed.ngfxeen TxTiejr, neatly .tnserteAhree-
vclv succeeding publication :; those f r"
tirtrstfor a Pollar,' and twenty-five cents
r l6gtli in th- same proportion,.., (Jo??Mtjr
iricATiosa thankfully received,LiETT:as. to
the Editors must be pott pauL';
T EMAINING iri the , Post Office, at. lUleigh,
8Q nu'lhti 1st da v of JanuarYi
applying for iKem . will please'
State of Ted'nessee.;
UarUia Couniy CourU 'Navu -bi-.ld
I ilOUeiX- MCM I Vfc
Soyd Slcfelry, et at heirs qfj; Hamilln, ie
k, ON motion, of tlxel-CocoainanU, and t- ap
tnthA srttivifaetinniof theCottrt.l tha
the Oefedant6 are -aU-ettiaent ot,tne suris ,o.
NonhfCarol'ma It is .ordjarea - by-he Court
that this order, with, the substance of the conf
plaint, b published in this Raleigh Uegse
5 a. newspaper printed 4n Rteigh; in the State
of North-Carolina, foor ' vfeeka j n succession,
f und that the lsst pubVicatjpn.b fnade at least
30 day s previous to thf next term f ihis Court,
" and if the Defendants-do not aris erthe Gotr
plaint, the case beT set :for hearing expartei and
. heard accordingly at the next ?,tenn othia
Court. ' k X-true.CopyfvV;:.
' 0 ' ' i 1E WIS -B oyi. Eil Clk- & MaVi
The substance of the complaint is; that there
is a. tract of 1000 acres of land granted to the said
John Hamilton, lying in saidcountyVbf Hardly
wf.;rii'w'ii' In the life .time )T the raaid ferantee,
given to he Complainanis,1 to the' exclusion of
tlie other:heirs-;:whieB'':'8aid.:!-gift is'L-prayed;: to be
oonrmed, ana a tegat.wie .o lucaam iww -d
in tJie Complainants in pttrsuance of the, gift r,
ItHE aboWre ward wifl je given for thep
Ol; ptfhcnding- negro bo Ay wh left
ie about the 25vts day- of: lj)ecember last.- He
a vpry dark br. Wii, approaching to almost ft
blark- hWa knot -or sc;ir on his forehead, is
about1 5 feet 6 or S incht-s high, speaks with great
boldnes and confidence when spoken io reinuver
Wwki which 1 h&ve! eood reason to, b-
1iv he ha obtained. H dresi is very good,
consisting cf. a b!ue frock foth c;.at and pania
Vwm J a hlak sOit a dark : eirny sealskin, cap- a
UKrl liWri wrl iiat: bootsicv '! He,is about
v;4r nfaP-e. I am aDDreliensive that he is en
dvnrin' to oet to Philadelphia or New-York.
CTimiaSn of vessels will do well to r.cplleet the
:e verity of the law upon thU subject, r i - ;
- f ; CHARtES. VL YANCEY.
Chapel IlilV N. C. Jan. f ! 36 lm.
The Editors of the Petersburg Intelhgeij
oer and Richmond Enquirdr will please insert
the above one month and forward their accounts
to the subscriber knd they shall -be inmitdiately
PBlVikTB SOHOOIiS m
SfpUE enWing seisibn -of Mr; D wight's School
! will corameflce oh londay, the 3ddayof
January next. . All branches of English and
Classical Education; will Je taught. V
Cerms $15 50, payable Tp advance :
ILri If. T It.
'-jUtta Wm. Sv
1 -Leyisef James1';
. Lecompte Samuel ,
-3looriorn Aianery ?
SlcCullers Hariet . '
'x Malone John - . t '
" : Malaby Job n ,v ? f ' ; i
; , May ton John J3.
Anderson Vm. P,. Xindsay 'James B.
Armstrong Mary i V - y X.indsjiV'Alicei D. 2
Averett James V V dly Fre derick
Abernathy mith rf.;-
Abernathy Mary , t
Blackman Col. C. Li.
Boyd Dr. Robert' :
Brown Wm. " , t ,
Hrown James v
Brown Anthoh ;
isarfter wra, , ,
Barker GreVf, .
Bailey Thomas J
Brasfteld David v
Biddle Elizas , ;
Barry ; Revfoho w
BromMeld James - . '
Barham Benjamia a
Batharn Nicholas J.
BiaddylMary Janfe v
Bledsoe JUry t"
Batlle Dr. J er. :
Battle 'John A. .
Boddie Dr. Bennett;
Brarida Cbarlee" f
Blnt John B.
Belton John - , '
Cliavis He v.. John ,
Q lementsijA nderson :
CaldweU David F. .. v;
Copeland Biirwell &
Oae Dudky t ):
Coie Ofmond ' S '
1839. Persons 1 T?ffRS. LUCAS respectfully informs her friend
ad-j XYJL and the public that the Exercises of the
-say they are
Carr hit, ,
;;Tni - r- '-; -o- 4 v
Tr AN AWAY from the subscriber, living,, nin
Jpk) .miles West of Randolph Hbiv Wednes
dUy nieht,, the 16th prApiil last, his NegroUy,
Harry p Harry is 38 years bid, about 6 feet high,
tttinty made, quick spoken, and Very flark no
particular 'marks recollected about him. Harry
look with him many articles of clothing, mostly
tjiin. ambner which, are a Fur Hat, half'worn, a
pair of TwUled dove colored Pantaloons, a pair
ot Linsev Pantaloons, ana two Mixed coats; ana
1jrom the jbest information cap getih haSgpt a
ee pas, given to a Mulatto, a tree man Dy me
"uameof Gritiin Sturd. bvi which -he passes as, a
15-ee man; - V -v
Dec. 23- : .
! Fresh Garden SeM
HAVE just received ' jth following
Seed, which they warrant fresh an
and of the
reeiit year's growth .
JLoiiar Blood Beet; - Siblld Celery,
Wriy Turnip do ; : iCjtrohV'Meloaf
langl Wurtzttl : ' A Nhmeg' do1
Erly June Cabbage ; jhite Mustard
. . Ynrlr "do Brown do-x"l
Sugarloaf do :r:vN:asturtiuM " ' " v ' '
Earge llrumbM.do V "Ljarge Dutch Parsnip
Creen Globe Savoy do Cbrled Parsleyt
Red Dutch f , k do I Large Orange Pumpkin
Early Frame Cucumber Round S pinack j : K H
Long Green . do- l Eiarly Bush; Squash
Hqse Lettuce;very early; WmteCrbbkneck do i
Silesia N. , do large head Vegetable Oystar i
.Tennis ball do superior tiuricd (ress. ;; ;
ladeira 'o excellent Pepper Grass '' '"j1
Jce Ooss loU"-.; ;:-JiY;huiaJjwarf ' Beans j"
Scarlet STVnl.N,1 Mohawk-W-;; ?
Jnng Salmoiy vdo mall Uma, d? r i-
;herjyvTuiiiip;. do r"r -,r-v; Early Hftspur Peas :
? Rfd"6nion;lariet X J i AVashingtoh do
; White- Portg. do ;'4-'iVP June,' 'Vdo
dil er S ki imed do f 5 ' j i Blue lmpw ;D warf a do
Orange Carrot , ' , -Q'-i' ;Lrge ,' Marrowfat. j;:"jdo-".
' j ' ikaleJ,:pe.'-22vliiS
Dunn Boiling Mag
Dodd Robert ',' :
Del k David 1; V ';:.
Davis Henry . '
Eaton Lsv-v-; i.V'
Fort Foster k
Fowler David f ' ,
Fowier Mry L. -;
Fish Janje.s ;
French Reuoen j
Gvady James v -Geprge
Sarah C .
Qeorge J essee?
Gopdloe J Udd "
Greene jojinlH. ,
High Wm. -.;v
ileftdon Josiahr ig;
Herring Abel - 1
Holland Geo. 4
Hicks Howel .
Howell ThomaS :
Howell Margaret '
Harrison Xary E. .
Hckney Joseph :: -Hughes
Houze James " '
Horton Vm. ,
Hunt Augustus 3 .
' J. -, .
Jones Richael r
Jones Amelia M. ;
J o nes Tignal ;v . ; :
Jams Moses V't ;
J acksohl CoL Jos
Justice David 2
prdah J)nahan f ;
Key pyph! John
Kunsmah Henry -
.-. '.; : , 1.
Lane. Martha A.:
OR ACE AMES, Dentist, continues the of
fer of hir Professional Services , to th4 inha
bitants of Raleigh ad Strangers visiting lhe city;
As his stav in Raleiffh will be limiteiT to a few
days .longer, persons washing his attention,: to
their t;e;h, are respeciiuuy requested o call
His Rbom it in ffie bii'dding recently occupied
vxs .Mii omce oy ur. r . xiay wpw,; ; r-.-- . .
i !he Ca
the ire!iuf-nt . and" lJi rectors
r C'ptf FeaijTKavigatiofiLouipany
latV'i)(Vutil of twoiper ceut-
iial 5t(jrkrof i sald'Cortibarty;'
itf ame is h-rebv declared, payable at Fayette?
, on the Ist iUy of johbiary nextl v -
V Mitchell Nancy , , -m
Morris William A. 3
v Morris "John
Mayer. El jas
Hangam W. R
"Nance James v
. Noice Billy -
; Nelson WiiiiahJ .V V
f Kail Elizabeth ; : v
l Norwood AugusttO ;
Newell C. : -r-;
. ' Ogg John B.!,2 '
- ' - P. , . V
Prr- Mikajh y .
j- Pi!kingtbn Perebee
v- Powers James
v; : Pearson. G. L. v';l - ; ;
Padget Susannah ' '
Paymaster of Pensions
Parish Ediath . . ;
Powell Lorenza A. .
s; Pope Arthur '
;Pickena James B?i
i Rex John .'
: RufSn Henry 2
Rogers Drury ;'
. Kobeson "Battle : -.
Richardson Andrew 2
Rencher Daniel C .
. Rhodes Elijah .
- Robards Thomas
Russell Rebecca ;
: Rivers Mary Ana
A Sugg Dr. O. 3
Smith Wm. 2
: Smith Isaac
Smith John 2 , . i-
- Smith Asa T.
Stone Jonathan W
Stuart Tas we II
i Simons' Wiihe 2
' Scott Martin . .
'. Strickland Clem
. ,. Stephenson Jonathan
'l Simms Kimbough J.
' " :" i ' T ' ;.. ' '
i . i . . j. ;A - ...y-vv ;
v ' Thompson. Nathaniel
s Tayloi Eliza . S
Thrower Jesse v
! Town Ithijsl
Trewolla Henry tn
: Terrell Nathaniel
- --v , . v
; Vaughan Stephen
: VndegrifTTE '
Wheaton Sterling M.
. . WJieaton Mary R.
- y Woodard lc Thompso if
; . i : W oooard John,
; Whitehead John
, -'Watsort James
G Williams Win. ,
; "Williams Mark
;Webb" Howell .
-IWadkihs James V.
i ... Wilson Samuel F.
; Walton' Sarah A.
Walton Timbthy J.
Walton Martha Jr
. Wimly Zacharia
. Warren Sarah .
' Whitworth Allen
Watts Ew.el ."
Wood Newton -v;.
!: Western Sun Lodg
; iggi ns -Jines - . - :i
above Academy, will be resumed Oh the 1st Mon
day in February next.-r - i--
.The utmost attention will be paid to the mo
rals, and behavior of the young adies placed in
this Seminary and its retired, . pleasapt ft heaU
thy situation.' , its salubrious air. and fine ' spring
water, mke it avery" desirable, residence for
youth A This Academy has been under her care
fbrithe last seven yearsj and , only,one fcase of
sickness has occurred during this time although
the: principal '; part of her pupils werejfromlthe
mrist unhealthy parts of the State.' Beinglonly
a few miles from, the Stage road, her jAcademy
affords opportunities for Parents and Quardians
of Regular communications with their 1 Children
aiu. Wards, s L -' &-:'
.In addition to the usual Elements of Education
and 'Plain and' Ornamental Needl Work, l the
young Ladies will be instructed in Geography,
History; Astronomy," Chemistry, , Botany, " P.hi
Iosppbyt';;Mythblog',, iD rawing' aiid ?Paihting on
Velvet, -Music &c.'f ':'Y
'fXRjfs Board and Tuition $50 . per Session.
Music $20.VPainttng oi VeivetS. FOr l)raw
ingPaintiiig op; Pa per, or Needle Work no ex
tras jchargCwiU fce tnkdekWY-:''i '', A -v .-
y-Warrien County , Dec. 15. tX: -;- j-; SOJ-l- '
CC" The Tarboro ; Press and Freeman's ijcho
will, insert-the, above'three weeks And forward
their bills to thi$ omc&:r&v& ;;
tlE exercises in these Institutions will be re
sumed on Monday, the 12th January next ;
Male Acadejny under the superintehdancejof
James D1 Johnson! and the, Female,; under
that of the Revj Joseph Labaree, as heretofore.
!i J HOS: B. LIT TLEJOHN, Preset.
i 9th Dec; 1828. ;'v " 28
:jtjf7 The EdepfoVGazettendTarbbi
Press, will insert the above 3 weeks and forward
their accounts to the Postmaster at Oxford J i -
Wake .Forest School.
HEREBY inform my friends, and others! de
sirous of educating their children and, wards,
that the School ncir mv residence will recoai-
mehce on the first Monday of the ensiling year.
Both sexes, will be instructed' in; the. various
branches usually tausntat Academies, by an ex
perienced and I competent teacher. Board ' can
belprocureid in respectable families at a reason
able price ; ana the terms of tuition will be m-
defrate.' Wake j"For est has always been 'consider
ed 'as healt hy as any ; place .tlis,side the moun
tains." '-r. : ; . - ?-;.-. "'I :
: ("Jlnose who may come' from; abroad wiB be
treated with kindness and attention ; and every
endeavor will be 'made to advance them in 4 heir
studies. CALVIN JONES.
. Dec 1, 182S. ' 28 3t
j State of Norths Carolina, '
Court of . Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
- November Term, 1828
Benashlv Atkinson, ".. Original attachment.
j : : V9, ; ' l, ' '; Levied on Negro Canthe.
Amos A. Atkinson. 25th" August, 1823. i '
T appearing, to the satisfaction of the Court,
that Amos A. Atkinson, the defendant in this
case is not an inhabitant of this State t It is or
dered that publication be made in the Raleigh
Register for six Weeks, that unless the said Amos
jA. (Atkinson; appear before the Justices of, jthe
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions at the next
Court to be held br the. County of Pitt, at the
Court-House. in Greenville, on'the first Monday
iri February next, replevy the property and plead
to issue, fihal judgment will be taken agakist
him, and.the property condemned to satisfythe
plaintiffs demand. t Witness James S hep pard,
FRANKLIN. CO UNTY,:N. C-
nml E Exercises of this lnstitotiorr will be a
. JL j gain renewed t on the fira'tiMoiiday in' Janu
ary tneXt,-;.unde'r-' the . immediate; ihsttki eiion - of
the S ub scrl b er," assisted by lu a r soVl ANtEU S
HILL'. . The course of Studies will be conforia
abl.e to the plan of Education as; adopted Our
University, v As. UieJSubscrib
buildings ;fof avfperrtianerit , estabiishnient,-. and
will devote himself entirely to the duties of In
School, parents may rest assured that every" ex
ertion shalf be. made to. advance his pupils both
in moral and intellectual improvement Board
will be $40, and tuition l 0 per session, payable
in advance.'';2'.:;0v."'i-v; Wrr'''i'Q'iY .:d
v.Midvvy is situated two ;mi'es belpV the main
Stage Road,' ten miles from VL6uisburg,;;sixteeo
iroui; vyarrenton tourtrom'tfce Shocco Springs.
For health, )it:is exceeded .yviio Situation int the
State ; lor -i-eaw, there 'were' from forty to sixty
Student,- andnot-'a cae of fever' occurred
Should, however; medical aid be reduiredilthe
attention pfrDr. John- B rod ie, , whose skill !as'.a
Physician is inferior :to hone in the State, will
beat hand, as he resides i within Hwo miles of
Mid way. f The Students will be barred from ex
posure to extravagance and dissipation . as there
i noi a siorc ur gu-suop wimin nve.mues oi tne
.xnuie goverunienx oi Aiiaway; Acaaeraytiie
Principal will pursue that course which he would
with his own children. He. will advise; and ad
monish where these r. fails Vfhe' rod will be rt
sorted,to,Cliut with "parental prudence. . . When
any pupil sliall be deemed incorrigible in disor
derly conduct,- or ; habitually ? inattentive to . ni
iuuie, ins pareni or guaruian wm oe immeu
ktelyl nformed thereof. r; j .' w ; "4
; : CHARLES A. HILL A M.
Nov. 6th, 1828. - .19-eow8t
5 ..feet' 10 inchear high,v ; slepdrt-'irii.aleV with, the
inars, ouie cut or i Iqnite on pne ot his clie-ks,
2 or 3 incbefi lonjrcThe riame?of tlm sii'd hp..'
gro M DAVY, laiid dnetimeyTJs hMTjTclf
,UtTejiiKiU .V'ille was seen in thf iit-juhV.rTirl
Raleigh; within last te ttay?, when a horse V
wa v stolen mh it is cofyrctujed vby him;
foyepab;!e him town' to the, ',-ort!i,--.i where it
isSuppbsed he h s goneV;. -The - above rwrU ;
will te given for his apprehension nd holice sd
that 1 gat him .again. - u V :
-ypY i:;DELIAi HAYWOOD.
Wanted to Purchase,
A FIRST-RATE PLANTATION, lying iri ei-
xja tner'jfuurora, icamioipn, urangc or Chatham
Counties, containing from 3 to 500 acres, with Si
good run and fll of water, suitable for a mill jor
distillery. Any - person or persons wishing to
sell such property, will please communicate to
this 'office their names, with information where
such, plantation lies, the quality quantity, how
I .11. J A i .. j --. - - . - , . i
niHcii. ciearea, now iar rrom a market town,na
how' far from water carriage, and other particu
lars with regard.to the fences oh said property.
Application made to this Office, ' on or v before
the Ux of Feb. 1829, will be attended to; &C. &C.
Dec. 26 1828. -1Vis324w&
just FUtfLmi&n: '
- A TDor sale at the Book-store! ot J; GaUVidd ; s
XJL; Son; in Raleigh; price three dollars, i new '
EditiorB of ahe Office atid DutV cf u Justice of
hePeace, and-a, Guide to Sheriff,, Coroners. . -
Clerks,, Constables, and other Civil Officers in.
North-Caroli ni. V'With an ppepdix. ;containii.g.
the Constitutions of this State and of the United
States, and a collection of trrefmbst ajiprdVedC.
formlfor the yse of these Officers: - -n;
The? new-Edition ojT;tliis vrthiab
tains besides . its. former, useful matter, the stibv '
stance of all the important Acta passed by tfte
General. Assembly from the year 1815, to the
present periodj : which appear dndeftheir pr'dpet
Orders for tlds'riew Work will b dnlr itU
,ed to, from any prt of the State."'
oct. t,',i828J '-s-.y7-i . -y i'-v;
Atlantic ft ouye niv j
fV; G LES& SOxt have justxecelved the tbT-r
&M$WlC&OUr&MMrotB29i Chnstr ;
mas and New Vears Offering cbnsistindf '.orv '
ginal Pieces in Prose, and Veriy 'Mrs,lleniaas,
Mrs. Sigouriiey,,' Mis Frupc.s Mesi. Pauldihg,
Ilxlleck Pejreiraf, Pickering McHenry, Barker, -Willis
arid other . American: Writers t and etn
bellished with the.' follqwiiig 'beaulifdl "'Eugray -J
ngs,;by fthef firhtiArtista- c . . .
x i-reseniaiion naie,
2 The Sisters, : i-'
3 Love Asleepi .
4 The Glove; - ;
5 The Power of Love, j
A Teacher Wanted, to teach at
the School House near the residence of Mrs.
Charles nine miles North west of Raleigh .lie
mist be competent to teach Jhe Languages', With,
Aply at Mrs-harles's vVnec. 8th.r27
FOR SALE !
I WISH tosell.theptce within a mile of Hills
borough, on which I now reside. ; There. are
205 acres,, abbut one half cleared, ten acres of
Meadow land and the balance in wood.v The
improvements are' all new, "and finished in the
best manneiv Hhey consist of a; D welting. House,
containing eight; rooms with fire places, besides
passages, closets, &c,a large Barn and Stables,
And other necessary Outhouses. There are se
veral never failing Springs of the best water on
tin? tract,' and a lai-ge- and well selected fruit
Orchard. ; ' . ' ,;' . 7' Y "''K;--T , ik't tt
Lwill self this property on -.'the most liberal
terms either-for money on easy credits or wiU
exchance it for Necrrobs or Western lands. ;
Application may be made by letter to the sub .
scriber, . at Hillsborough ' -:';.:y ' ; .
i ; W. ANDERSON.
Clerk of our said Court at Gretyillei the first
Monnay in jovemoer, in. me ou year oi oar, in
dependence, a d.1828. j -. v. .. -
. JA MBS SHPPARD.Clk. (
State of Jfarth- Ca rolind,
"In Equity Fall Term, 1828J
Anthony Ai Wyche, Gomplaiiiint.
Tennessee Cotton. Spinster. , a
fTHE-friends of Domestic Imbrovement" are
i informed, that ' we : hare Commenced the
Machine Making Business, in the Citv of Raleich:
at; the Shop formerly; occupied by Mr..Cobbs,
norm west ot tne ttatefeousr. Persons -wishing
to avail themselves of our labor-savincr Machine.
are requested to apply iobn. , Letters for Patents
or iiiiunoaiuii, win weerwuu lmiiitnuie anen
tiong y ; WM. Ii. ANDERSON,,
T . ELI L. ANDERSON .
Dec 16. - - I- ' ..;.-.;:;' ' 30 :
DANIEL PEC rt, P. M.
A- .;.; v-
Edwin Whitehead,' Wm 4T. Willisms, Sam'l. W.
Tunstall & Jnb Dw Amis, Defend'ts.
to the satisfaction of the' Court
W.' Tunstall and Wm.
liams, two of, the Defendants irt this Case,, are
non-residents ; I It is ordf red that publication: be
made in the Raleigh. Register, for three itfbmus,
that . unless thy appear by- thelsebond,d.iy tt
next. term, arid pledy-.'answer oridendur.to jlhe
Cbmplai nant'a bh 1 1 . will be' taken prh con fesso,
and aet for hearing eacporff, as to theni. -y . ,
Witness, Edmund Freemau," Clerk & Mas
ter of the Couit of Equity,' for the county afore
said, at office, the , 4th: Monday after tl e 4th
Inn.lMV in Sentember. 1828. v 1 '
-j EDM. B. FREEMAN, jc.;x. a.
II life- H ' V
raHlS ESTABLISHMENT has undergone ve-
: Jt:',' py eenfye repairs arjd impiroveirientsVand
is'?owopen for v the reception of 'company
The situation of ths Establishment is one of Che
most; desirable in the Citv of Raleip-lu hiinp it-
uated dn the ortii side bf tbe Xariitol?,kiuf
within uic immediate Vicinity of the two Banks.
The, charges will be uniform and molerate, cor
responding wilh the preseht low. priceis 'of. pro
visions Mail i and Hbrsek one doi lar and fifty
Th. Tfltf KN; with ISleffaht Erigrines.; 4 4 f cefiw per aay. aiemoers pi tne ieguiature will
",:!"-' i c ?''" it tAMA! etiarged; one idollar per4day.b Thoawhb
The AMU LE i , wjtn w c ; . , ao i them. Sugar and Liquors of all1 kinds , indof
The FORG ET MEN OT, w ith 13 dov'-! :J ; (do) 1 the best, ; have just, been : received from Ne Wp
The" TALtSM AN wittf C
foe f AtLANTlC OUV lRth 1 do B
hfeEARLot AFFECTION SlFT;with:6
A tdw eopies ,of which, fcan br bad .bjifti
will be. snared m nrovidin&r, for trie Table T1ie
uewanung ou uis pari to maKe,tnen icomrorta-
w .blei mrx. E"P GpioN.
r H . BrBoard by th year oneloindred and
riy i twenty dollars,
nayaotcquarteny? T 4 ; tH6
THE undersigned solicits the notice of all those
who are tond of mstrumeutal music, to se?
veral new Pianos of his own manufacture, whjcii
he oners tfr sale much lower thatvinstFunientg
brought from the North, of the, same quality.
Under a conviction that the mderials thmuglibat
are- of the best. kind,"' he; feels, no hesitancy to
fronting them,. In every instance,' to stand
i't tune. - ; '-. v ' : - ..- w . v
S: cm.I hand -Piaitos tukeri1 in exchanged for
ne tnicf and all repairs: done witp neatness
atid desi.atch. , i WESLEY WHITAKER.
ReighVNoy.; l51828; ' - ... 20"
N. B. Having ah assortment of ;the . best Ger
man Strings, the Subscnberwdi : continue:' -to
string apd tune j Pianos as hsretofoVe. v Orders
wnH be thankfully received and propefjv attend
ed to., ;,. r: : . i-W.V.ti
j CHEAP lVOAVDlrti
: ; a FUR- SVlTuK'NTSj.
fpH E Subscriber has determined
fi. orl0 youag men from the Acs
Academv of ' 15
yeajriold and; under, , on board, at thei; freduced
price wr,$0 perSession. y f -:V';J r ; ';. ;:: :s .'.
v II e his a house tor Ute reception of such, nude
rx&&xr . r ..':.:'. fJOHN C. GREF.N.p
Warrentopv'jMn .lst189'; . Uy,$5-$w.! "
6 Chateau de Paille,
8 The lady of Ruthven,
9" The Unwelc Guest,
10 The Shipwreck,
11 The Cont'd Captive,
12 Ext'nal Decorations.
The whole beautifully eneloaed in An eiega&f-
Ornamented Casei ; u A"-- " -..vJ
Raleigh ,10th NbV.
ftate of TerinesseeV? vJ
out juaiciai itrcuiw
RAJf Jl WAY,
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FROM. -the Subscriber livmjr. six" jmilea west ,of
Hdeight bn.the 25t h' Dypcember last )! a Je
Vro Min named ISAAC. ' Said Isaac is about 60
yCafs of age. spare made and Klack complexion,
ana uun yitsage. ; ne was. purcnasea ot he es
tate ,of tboiiate John Haywood, and- will endear
vbriyl. expect, to rnake hiwavitb Wilmington,
irithia Slate. -1 will give; FIVE DOLLARs Ve-
Wjar4 for his apprehension.- 1;;4':- ti '; '-
Raleigh',' Jan. 3. ?x
' 4 -.
J WISH to emplfiy a Teacher, for jny School
ior inc ne year. win give , gooa wages.
but the Teacher must' be, qualitred ' to brenare
the Students for r IheCniversityV ; Arry cotnniui
nicaiion, aouressea 10 me latne rosi uiQceat
Hayesyille, . Franklin- county N. C 'Shall
promptly attended to-C v ! -1
x In the District Chancery Court, at Jackson
andOileb1: W; Richardson, iri- f
f;nt5i by their guardrari5 GeOrgej -
Feiebee. and j.- Whitehurst.iind i
Ollyliis wife, C'omplaiiiantSi . i SOrigtaai ijlU
'; ; Tlie President and Trustees" of
the "'University" pfNorth-Carufina,
DefentJants. "- - . : . '-'; .
npHE Complainants jiavmg FJ:ed their original -iJL
bill , offbomplaint ;.gntst ihe Dtefendantj
wherein and whereby, Alley set fprthtand con?
plain, that they, the salii John I., Caleb and
Oily are the :onlyctildreii arid heirs at Law of
Jonathan Richardson; lae of Camden county," N- :
C. :. wlirt l;rt in'lJr2'2,r,TOt"l inf.ctat.
only sort and heir of John Richardson, formerly
of said count', Xbf Camden,) w ho died between '
the years ir80 arid 1790 imestate i that the said
John. Richardson served as anrEiisignin the
10th re ginient of the J!sorth Carolina linein the"
War of the Revohitioni in ucii w manner as to
entitle hrm to a military-. land warrant, according,
to th- lawa of said Statej passed for.thb"rel'ef Ci,
Compensation ofjhe Officers arid Soldiera of said.
line, for twenty-five hundred ' and sixty; acres
inii me saiu jou Hicuaruson uieu without ever ;
haying dAwh brt authorised it to" bt done,' or a '
sighed his warrant for said services t that the
said lonathan Richardson also died, Without ever J
having drawn or authorised it' to be dine, or a- -signed
sd -Warrant ; ihat-the Complainants ar
entitled to .said warrant, and 4hat it should have
issued to them bnly, 6r; one of tlieir Jancrstor'sji .
but tliit o? the 16th day of August,f 1821, the
nefendaVts, fraudulently combining ith certain
Commissioners of the State'Of NorthCarulinai '
appointed ibr the. sole' -fmrpfse of deliviring to
the military claimants under that State, and those
Claiming unuer tiieui iueir warraiiis, caused and
procurejd, under some. false aikl'gfcuhdlesa ndj'.
fraudulent pre"ence, the 'warrant -:whicli the Corr.r .
plainants weire entitled to; toe'isuel to' them,
the; Defendant, in consequence' bf the ulteged ;
death of the said John R.chardson witlKmt heirs,-'-
byrXo.582, :which recites upon its face' tliat ft
was issued for the services of John; Richardson '
air? Ensign in the line 'aforesaid;, in '":tlie Revolu
tionary War lfl.it aaiil -'-.'tlefeiftdants "6 uscd 'the
said warrant , to b e broughi t or Te ri nesse e ' and
located iri thelrjiamea upon a tract of la ikI, 'situ- v
at ed,in what ii iiowFayettecourity and on the
24th day. of Jan. 1825,SA grant. for said land was
Issued 4tp tliemi for thef same; founded on said '
warrant, and the title'to said land so faira it is, "
vesied by said 'grant,inV.ejErsts in sawrijefen-
daiits, wljo claim the same in opposition t j Com
plainan and k-ep jherh out f possession ;,and
jirays tnatthe ttle iq said land, phy.be Uvested '
tut of th; Di fenclarii is - Wnd veated iri Complamr
ants ianjl that Such -mfiyrandfarther deciee may .
he-Wad in the pterms l Equity.shall setoi.
meet, and the nature f tiie Case re qui cs iA nrt
it appearing; to the : -aa'U'sfaciio'n of the Court, by .
the return ot the Sheiiff of Madison count y. hre- -
in, andjthe.afEilavU'.of.the1 Comp;ananls' Solici,
tori t hat 'tlie sai'l .-Defendaotv i he' Prei&ni ii C
Tfinlte of the . University of Kprth-Carbliiu.-ai'e. -not
inhabitants of this Staie,; but that" the riS :
Defendants are k.corporatitm, chartered by thei
Stale of '.Kortji-Carohiia, and that the individutlu .
mehbers of sa'rd corpbra;tari, ate U'citizens and
inhabitints bT said State of North-Carolina -srid "
they "MYing 'faUetl' ti ru;er' their appearance
herein, according to ILaW and ;4he rules of th&
Coutt i It'is thcrtfor. ? they enter ;
their varlpararicer; herein" at the -ncxi' Term c
this Court, ;to be held on the 4lli Monday in the
riionth of March riext,. Ind pleiid answer or de-
murUo tliVCpmplariiaiita bill .of. coroplajnt,:.(;
therw;fhc-sme 5wdl be taken for confessed
(rainst 'thtzt,; set for, hearing ex parte,- and t lift
matters thereof -decreed accordingly and H.
further -rdered, yh.t a copy of -this; . order bjt
lorthwithi publtihed for fuUrVeek inV,uC;ceisioiJ
in.tli;:Raifigh Agister, a ueU spapet published',
in theCityfoRaleight Jjjr, the, oUi sa-
Cahiv!?A copy - '4' ' '.-! V'
VvlV--Tvit,v.:'- - ; .'-' : ..v.';
: ROCERT; HUGHES,'
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