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X I f - " ' ' ' i ' ' . . . .
.vx i r rx r
wit- . v , v. ;
tabllshcd every Twin FniBATby
f JOSEPH GAI.KS &SON.; i -
Ut Joar per mnun-ui : -
Lt exee'ecling.ien neatly Inserted three
times for a-Dollar, ana tweiuy-Hc
cverv succeed ng-publication V tbosef greav
er lenffth in the samfe ...prpfrtiprt-H?.,,-??f
!,rATioic9 .thankfully received..Xl-ETBS :to
BY; AUTHORITY; ;
Whefeas an additional Article o he
Con Mention of the 20th of December, 1 827,
bet weeo the United States pf AiueVTcaatiir
the Hanseatic Rrpubhcs;pf .Lubeck, Ure-
Imen and Hamburg, waa; concluded, and
feigned, at Washington, , ort the trurth flax
yune,.l828, whicji additional Article, Jtevrl
inz in the English: langua, i)Word"fpr
wjnl, as touowa t , . 'XX
' ADDITIONAL ARTICLE :
To the Convention of friendship commerce
and navigation concluded at Washington
on : the 20th dav of December;-1 27 be
'tween the United State of America and the
Hanseatic- Eejmblics of Lubcck, JJremen
and Hamburg; y - " -"
The Uiiited Spates of : Americaand the
Hanatir :Rinubtics of Lubeck, Bremen
Vsml Hamburs, wishing to favor their mu
tual conimerce by affording, In their ports,
every necessary assistance to their respec-
J m "'" . J -Tl .M':! . '
tjve Tesseis, tne unaemgneu x-ieuipmcii-tiaries
have further agreed upon the fol-
twiner additional article to the oonven-
tin of friendshiDcommerceifand naviga
tionitconcluded at Washington on:the0th
day of December, 1827, between the con
tracting parties. . j - u X .
The Consuls ana Vice Uonsutt .may
cause to be arrested the sailors, being; part
of the crews of the .vessels of, their respec
tiye countries, : who shall have deserted
from! the said v esse f si i n ord erj o se n d th m
back and ; transport them , out of the coun
try. For which purpose, the said Consuls
and Vice Consuls shall address themselves
to the Courts, Jo'lgesi and officers compe
tentXand shall demand; the said deserters
i n ; w ri t i n g p r o i n by a n e x h i bi t i o n of t h e
reo-iers Ol.llie aaiu Triaca,. yi oiiiua ,1
or other official document, that those nien
wpr rt of said crew : and oo.this de
mand being so proved, (saving, however,
where the contrary is proved) theXilelive-
ry shall riot be refused ; and theresriall De
Iv ' A ; " i " - t ' - k. -- - 4r mm -
given all aiu Ci assistance tu iic aani vyiisuo
& Vice Consul: fcirjthe'seaixh, seizure and
arrest of the said deserters,"who shalr even
be detained andkept in the prison of ; the
country at their requeand e?enseun
ti II t h ey i sha I t haVe fun d " opportunity- of
tending m back.y Butif they shall not
be sent back within, two months, to-be
shall foe set at liberty,nd shall be no more
It is understood, however, that if the
deserter should 6e found toi havommtt
ted any crime or offence, his surrender may
be delayed until the tribunal before which"
the citsefshall be depending shall have pro
nounced its sentence, and suchy sentence
Khali have been carried into effect: -
The present additional article shall have
the same force and-value as if it were In
serted word for;vvord,' in the Convention
!frnol of Wnahinirton" nn fhi-4.nih rl-.v if
J December j 1827, and being approved and
rati tied by; the; freside nt ot the United
Siates, byyahd withxthe ad yiceXand con
sent of the Senate thereof, and by the Se
nates of, the Hanseatic J Republics of Lu
beck, Brerneo and Hamburg th&f a tificaV
' t io n s isbal 1 be : e x C hanged at f Wash i ri to n
withhi nine uionths from the;date hereof,
In faith whereof ,
by virtue7 pfl out respectivenfuU- powers.
I haveigned tbe? present add ttional article,
and have thereto amxea our seals. Hx BX
Dorie. inyquadruplicate, at the City of
Xashtn;ton, von; tne tourtti day ot June,
in tliee4rofvdufr eight
A nd w hereasythq saidaddi libnat article
ins been V d u ly ra t tfied on both , pa rts, " and
the tespecttve ratlficationsbf the saine; haVfr
this day been exchangedyatsWhlngton
by He n r v 13 lav Sfecre tjirv bf .State of thK
AoveV Consul bf tha' flanaticRefenbiic of
ejiieuyand Vice Consul bfthe Hansea-
Republic of vHimbubn
their : res jwctivG5yerm
uw, (THEREFORE, beltrknown mat U
OHK OiTiijn rA K .,.. TO : .1 '.. '4.::. c" i. i t -
6ted States of AiaetKa. have caused tiu
33?tSr iVVXYi&Sgl'l X y:-X
red. and twentyAeigui, , i rxx x X
. Ttt-E :ixl.M::fKHx C LAY,' cx:
Usaid -Axlchtionar Article to ne mane duohc,
fo thV enil that the;VameV aXverf c,aU8e
thereof, may be obs e ry ed ;a n t . fu ( fi I f ed" w.i t
good faith, by the United States' and the
citizens thereof - X; v ,
: In witness whereof, I have hereunto set
Seal. I wmy hanrd, and caused , the seal bf the
; X . United States to be affixed. "Vu
Done at the City of : Washington; -this'14th'
I :Jl 4ay of January,riivlthe;year of ounJLord
f- tr:Ve thousand eigfif hundred and twentyr
-v V - nine,' and of the Independence of the Uni
?'X - ted States the fifty-third. Xj:xX-X-'l
By the President s X X.
.v. .v.y-'- X- , 4 -
i ""-S ", '"-
Secretary of State,
i c) -vx:'xxxf. x;
I GenItlemiiij;: A mong the no vel ties
have struck ny attehUon in this M
a recent spectacjj' whicbtvra
i r . d eed ;I w el I "calc ulated X toawa ken d eep
atid xy artedvehintibn -y Washington f itself
eems never without" its objects and occur-?
rences,oi interest, ii a microcwsiu
picture in miniature; of the wide world ?lbf
and anthe varieties: ot: cnaraciei ana coni
dition among the human beings whom it I
congregates, and otters to f he eye or an oD-
ryjer thereust always be f(
r iuu its vct tt piiiitfaypuiy Bcvmituii. :
XIt as my bod fortuneto be oiie in the
group that witnessed the f.irmal leave-t i
xnjg;ixneuepuiauon.oi uiuruaj;" "'y
from tHejjrgreaitv Fatherthe President,
pieparatory to th6!r dep-irture for their dis
l4int homes in the western Wilderness.
The inferview took ptace by appomtmenu
m oaiuniay, jtne 54yo.insi. anu an ioprMir-i
i uni!Y tas thereby,given of surveying, in
broad contrast,; the truest representation
of barbarian and civilized man; How shall
portray the scene, or depict the feelings j
wnicn ii caHii up r " X
ine inuian, in ine ,ursi pjace wno ani
what is he ? Much s, he has been tudied.
hibch and keenly his character has been
scrutinized, he exists- a thinking, brath-
mbvmg enigma. . CEdrpus could not
unriddle it. ' We know. something of his
visible habits, it is true some thing of his
outward! features and characteristics and
have thence presumed, too hastily, to pro
nounce, on the elements of his mental and
moral nature. But these, I affirm, . defy I
satisfactory solution, at least, on the pnn-
ciplcs of all ordinary laws in intellectual
a he Worth American Aboriginal apper-
tains to a class aitogetner anomalous in met
family of man. He-stands alone grland j
in, his peculiarity a being imposingly dis-1 the entire structure-?a stru ture the no
tincttve frora the very mysteriousness which I blest that has ; been dedicated to th'e.Ge-
veils his character and origin. -I have gaz-I
e'd heretofore upon the proud old obelisks I
once the; glory of Thebes, but which since I
have served to sentinel in mute and so-
if inn sihxe ine maiesiy. oi uuneu . lvome. i
it - '! i : " . i 1 1 XX L a i t . . 1
i naveiinierrogaieu ine mjsuc cnaraciers
deed carved on their surfaces by hands!
that Wrought aye, and rested from their
stealing within and. pervading my spirit.
With sutne such feelings t of involuntary J
reverence' do I habitually regard the unite-
cypherable character of the primitive na-
lives mat hm ruaui iree aim uiiiauieu a-1
r , . n . . I
u,XVOIVC"J l" Hpy'v i. iu ;l
savage bosoms the points oi contact and af-J
h in i y ai c 'Vv.au titi&r or ani yei jlo ue u iscov i
ered, which give the capability of mutual
coalescence to all the other classes of the
nls three thousand years now gone by ; barbarian ears with' strains ih.it mjglit stir
and as rhave contemplated their inscrutai- and thrill. ; But they -could tmch i o chord
ble impurt, I have felt a sensation of awe that responded wifhinjhirbosoms. Eien
human race. Communion ve have nonetbut the other
wiih them 5 they claim it, they. ask it not
of us. i x.
And who car? think of the ills that have
befallen, and the stern fate which hangs
this insulted, species one no less
t h a n t ts grad u al , - utter ex ti rpa t ion, w i th o u t
emotionsof strong sympathy ?. Who can
withhold the homaffe due to true greatness
of souli Zoa1 witnessinsrthe fortitude aVni
l,:K .n1 iirKiu.t tV;,MK Ktr tUcal
'" - -' 1 ' i ' ' J '-' J " 1: 1 7 r C-'i "
h m m mm mm a w m k mm- m. bbw bbk m
once numerous ana rormiaaote loras or cnet
soil; we occupw as-reuueea to a remnant,
J ! .1 f A. ' 1 - A"
vet.slowty retire,fnoc tjv irom tneapproacn
oi: their while intruders, and cainuv acoui
-V -.u.- - -..':k T '..' .''- tJ - " ..
bbtar ou'ngrj heni for thepufposetof imitat
ingtjut ritfierof sKannnigxAe3mplicatipns
of the skilt which f moc
i rifpt t ci t yiMf Does " i hisxd i triih isht then! the i
theirjj Wstfieatin Jtbr'e;! hstincts th eyXpbs;
drop he usagea ofj: sav be
IBs bjopgfad pa
bfea" sacrifice o t ( redbn& ailttfeiiJcBVw-'
st. upon oy tne last auvancmg uae oi a ureamt.oi, or caniDe lamomeu in
Vilized race,; which to stem, is impracti-jlosopliy. x xXxX ;X X'X"
e, to mingle with, is to be Iost--they t But whither ara,l vvandenn2 ?X
cstc i :v!c un iuj,,puiyu uic iflwo iia.i; wuiv ucati iuc w uj pctim; ce iiiniij. History Astronomy, Chemistry, Uolany, " r V ' , L u m- -.t.
bound around cthem ;?xvf Let me diawfa fcurb upon its rovln-pro- losophy; Mytholog; Drawmand Paintingbit - t" y W h;
. 1 -11 l; 1 Vu' X. - i- c S t -L r. T 1 if - - 4 -. a white Star in hertorchead,-W;th new Snoes ra
rFI?el Hr1065 pensiUeSancJ .COnVSe!, ;duure etusicc. r -V Ji her hind feet, ii4 feet '10 inches hi handtrom.
of civiiocietj,XfIexxcoUrt notrthe(:hu communicatipn,, to thitopic proposed tn VrW- - v- 1? ! 8to 10 years Wx tThe others rihtBav; has
amons us." and mark in Our prosperity and ;: .. Looker-Ontn Washington. : . trT'phM-ill temtte'-t'r -t '" nearly 5 feet huln.ar.d 11 or 12 years old.. . x
greatness las a people, tlie trith of the mar- XX-:;t '-SSX-ttf 5X"& Pe&MXXr X . SO : .!.rS.W'
im thati"fcnb4led m4mmW8&hmiE&i&,rYM SoTheTirboresi Freem.n-, Ech 1? ""
be, a con fession . .of r conscious in fe rionty,
an'J:fiat'!neir stuDourntpritie wouia scorn;
X In fact,' however we may tryHoi explain
i I , ' t h e e x p e r i ni e n t t Of e n g r a f t y c l v 1 1 i z a t i o h
ovt these chi Idren oft he ;forest, proves; whol
Ina thimera.yI speak of them in their ha-
m r a i - 9 1 a i,e. t u na p pi i y, i ro o re over-, mere
.eem9 a something: within 'them - which re-
jects the amelitrating influences
indeed, of religious isusceptibilties and cer-
d rea r bv er-rnl i ngfPo w eitv a ndj pay ; Him a
quasi oi-sh j
pear- to receive, by assimilation th e spiri
tual i t iesjo tthe M ocit ir Inef esu ;C nri s
In short, the f ndian $o longas he is an In
y ou mav- cross his blood ; yu may
this is bhl y to cha ngreLtor rather to
y;ou may dilute
k ; but
ture, : Toe consequence is, .tJiat he is Iff
ueitner all tame, nor a II savage, but an ill-
assorted iumbte of both those characters :
unni teat for the haD'ts ot his former mode
life, and no wavsi oroberlv broke to the
trammels Vf a new uhd .?better condition.
rle becomes a mongrel, anl is destined
thenceforth to live on ward a miserable.
for the most par'U'ilou-
wi.' VICIOUS Ueing. .. ! - J 1
Jl have spoken of the Indian in an ai?re-
gate view of the species. The Vp-ici mens
mar nave fallen utitter recent observation
in this metropolis, should not be forgotten
fitrthe purposes of ill Qstratjoti. - V
Ruder, fieri er, and jnlore outre beings in
the shape or men, it would b difficult to
form an iueaor. ve nave ail bene d their
gaunt forms their scowling brows, their
grim painted visnges their wary looks1.
their fimu yet quick aiitl somewhat stealthv
ste p, th ei r st ranged of ,al 1st ra nge cVstu m hs,
to furnisn vvnicn, a' least, to complete th
bedizenry, the wild turkey and ptrjcupine,
the boar anil wolf, the deer and buflMo had
lent their several pton-rions of ou
plumage, and bristles, and lsair arid short
furs. We have seeukheir fccornful bear-
ing avthey have paced the Avrnue, and
the ,surtou tiding object. We
have observed the imi'erturbaiile ihditTr
ence with which they pave mounted to the
terraces rot ne uapiol ami
proud corridors and halt's
no sou ml, no look of pleasure pr of wonder
escaping them as they have stood within
the sweep of jits magnificerit rotu'ido nd
looked on the rich sculptures and paintings
which adorn its wans, or litteu an eve to
the bold and 'swellingldome which! crowns
nius of Legislation since the fall of" the Se
riate Hue of Imperial Rome. x: t - .
Nor is this all,:: we have tried these ss
vageS visitants by means more likely to af
reel ineir nin-ry sou;s. i ne nomnand cir
:-- 'L'- ' X -I . - I - .
cumsiance or . our mini-iry uispiaV nave
had m perceptible charms for them. Our
martial bands hive sought to regale their
the inspiring tones jn; Hail Columbia
and a loftier national tair was never struck
--fell powerlessly upon them, to all ap-
pearance, as upon f the dull cold ear of
ueain. ii is asKeu, nave inese unsDnis-1
.. . . . '
tastes supposed to be innate in humamtv ?
vv e musi presume on ineir Aisience. r
those of us who saw; can testify to the a I
most' maddening eaect produced on them
day,f by Jthe rapid, monotuUL
1 nous sounds of their own, rude drum, which
summoned them to the trial of their wild
I They are then
well. Schooled in the art
of dissjuising their 1 sensations at will, from
lit' - - i- ! ' a . c ' -.(-'
ine Keenest; neneirauon or otnersj . inev
. i : - i . i V
acc Oil UJC Uiaxiin wincil, 111 an Oiueil age,
I was deemed the characteristic of no ess
I than sa2res--nt admiraru " Hn'w thev coni -
XU St la m rioo Ut L-nnw X
I 7 -' mi . - l . 'f ... , , .... ..( ' j
cm -imx m & . mm. m m m r w mm-, mm mm m m m r
selves. ine, secret, iiKe mat oj. imany or
Thp PPrPt likW thnf f 'mn n v tit
ine, secret, UKe tnat oi- piany oi
tneirjotner pnenomena,,iies deeper than is
I . 0 . i I I
I i-"-.v, .-.-P .-..r.. ..';---r..w- ... .. .
ot the f eopie; concerning whom i
- . . t
A young taa v,-ata o, ot ten needs a war
ning voice to point oti ti the! quicksands o-
ver.-wuigii sne is speenio-ner xnougniiess
careerx ' I .hear - vou J; are ; beautiful, .and
have many admirers. J l am: sorry . for it.
young .woman wnose conuuci is marKeu
with si rjc h'dlior atid prmciple cannot ha ve
v . , ... ,; , Jt
aNnrinrinfe. a thorough .deStrlic
' F - T " """O"" "
rniiratrAtnpnt riFhimmahiA:Irt-f:vv-: A vrnr
-il ik- t..-iitv.i iti
M tne errati
,tXwWk.i forhisappreUenstou-and notice sol T Dr.ltoger Veg-Ltable; Pulfnonic . Detzr
dv wunout .nef beio:r aware 01 tucommon-liL v A Z: - . .j-s. f:;.5l ..-a r r... . -
jpj ,iuuccu):ii wciuic uc t uiii;u waic v i
the nature and eiient
knowledge isalmosi intuitiv . , From ih 4 1
moment, if she Js persuaded that i she can
not reciprocate Ms sentiments, her coure
is plaih"befVevherr-it is cooliiumleyia
t i n gi ; u n h esf at i n g' re p u I se , ? -n every o p c a
siony pi acea"hd manner. .yiiVve" --will die
withou t h ;pe. 'To crush love in. the btul
isveusy ; bui trifle aiwl tanper; wjth it till
St has taken rbotin thtf-heart; and its Oes
truction is attended with the. extinetiVm
Lof the hearfs I bestiandynnblestXfeHibgs..
rMver iorgei u inis'?priiiiemaxira m.inese
mat ,ters it to discou ragelis Val way s :fto
riot,J biay BtxbadTather ihe5r tht '
ybu "are engaged ; crrirac- l
ter and ; ind ustribus habits, : than, to ' t he
wealthiest inan without .them.; for, in thU"
count ry, these are. a Iways' afsure pi edge of
fin i I u ccess. ; A m ea n - and culpahle pe j
"pies of conquest, is the practice'of riot, gi v j
nz aeciueurencuraement orxreDUlse,
with a view, of keeping jour slave till you
have learned ,' to use the cant ph rase,, you
can't do better,; ' I know; not an expression
that betrays more despicable rbeannes.
She Who uses it shows a willin go ess tosel I
her hand, , to traffic her;, person for value
rrceived, that is revolting tbythel highesi
degree. v No one, not even a parent, .t n
I e 1 1 v w h a t c h a ra cter v ilf render a 1 ady h ap
py, but herself. On hersel f, on hersel f a"
alne, then must andX,bugt;t t- . rest"; the
the responsibllityyof her t choice x I have
seen so many marfiagesl coo'trivneed with
a glitter of .weal ih' and' pomp, terminate i
broken hearts, and o many that were be-
with no promising 'ausnfee's which
proved as h .ppy as human dife admits,
that 1 am convinced, that the parei.t who
officiously inteinoses stands answerable to
Got, his chil and hts conscience, in a
degree of respon's bl e :n ss most feartu I and
tremendous. Ladies to.i often 7I.ieuipt; to
gain husbands as anglers, catch.g nh by
tlrjwing the bait as heXapproathrs 1 1 V 1
he is impeded t grasp, at every haz ird :
but sh who angles tor a .husbnd-may
find, to late that she has gained the rnan
at the expense of the husband's confidence
in her principles and heart. . X : X
Fresh Garden Seed.
HAVE jtist received jtlie following Garden
Seed, which they warrant fresh and of the
Long Rlood Beet
in j 7 giun via
Solid Cel'ery,r white
Citron Melon ; .
Nu meg dX X L
White Mustard ,
Enrly .Turnip do
Early June Cabbage
! York do
" Sugar hiaf do
Large Drutnhfd. do
Green Globe Savoy do
Red Dutch. do
- Large Dutch Parsnip
Co rled Parsley r "
Large Orange. Pumpkin
Early Frame Cucumber Rou..d Spinach
Long Green' X do Earlv Bustt Squash
Rose Lettuce, ery early W inter Crookiieck dOv
Silesia do large head Vegetable; Oyster .
Tennis ball do suprrior Curled Cress X
Madeira do exctllejnt pepper Grass " ..'
Ice Coss do
China Dwarf -Beans v
Scarlet S. T. Radish
Long Salmon do
Cherry Turnip do
Red Onion large
. Early: Mohawk do . .
Small Lima i do ' ' '
Early Hotspur Peas
s Washington do
' June ' X do
Blue Imp. Dwarf do
Large Marrowfat do
White Portg. da
Silver Skinned do
Raleigh, Dec. 22, 1 28
, . tj-.h? -
I - mlllXL M ilULi.Xl.f'li.-
And to be had at J. Gales and Son's Bookstore,
Addressed to the People of North-Carolina on a
Central Rail Road throueh the State -Price 75
I uentt. . . . ' i . -, iiec p. t
S hocco Female Academy. ;
RS. LUCAS respectfully informs her friends
Lv JL and the public, that the Exercises of the
abov e Academv will be resumed on the 1st Mon
day irt-' February 'next. iv X .X1- XX" X
I The .utmost attentidn will be paid to the'mb
I rals'and behavjor bf the young Ladies; placed in.
i .: ? . v"- .
this SAtniharv tanrl its rMirm. rIaaiit Athpal.
I thy situation, its salubrious air and tine, spnnj-
Uvatr . m.W it a verv d'irhT'unc fnrl
j vouth This' Academv has been under her care
Hor the last seven vearsJ and oolvo
I slr.knM has orc.nrTed during this ttine. although
I principal pari .ot ne? pupils weie from ine
.i,.L -:.,XrK:c..' - i -
- '- . . - -
I hrln!nil noi-f 'nf h Till mil wpip frnm- ihn
r-w the sta'rbrid-bpr ' iemV
WbrdsopportunrtiesforParejits: and. Guardians
I " . - - . 7. -T - t . , J
i loi reiruiar comraunicauuiis wuu locir Vruuurcii
and Wards. vX-1',X:;.. X' Ir ZY X-';l
1 f 1:1 iii . iiniiiriiirfi 1 . r-r-i a 1 .ww iiir
, m. ...... . - ' -y f
will inserts the Above three
their bills to : t his offi ce ,
"O AN AW AY from the Subscribe'r inthe month
of June lastabriirhtv mblatto"man; about
i o ieex xu mcaes men,4, sienaer maae, wun me
1 mark f the cut of knife on one of his cheeks,
1 cto is TAVYi and sometimes: calls himselTi?aryi
Srani - He was seehln the neighborhoW of
- 1 wi:k :k: k ia , I
I iwreigw, 'W twill la . tbi u.j o, nnii ..... " j
1 to , enable him' to flret jto'tbe- North. Jvbere.
J--.zLr-ii.lir.ininnosed he ha iri The. abov6-inward
Raleigh NtTviOo, XleiebSepU;Svtolg38, c, v : X CWxS ;
30 DOLLARS RE TtHUJD;
I km uujcwaru-wiii ot? Riven .for tne r
prehendinop ;gro Hoy SAM tTEl una let
me about the 55th day of-December last. ;He
is a very dart -brown, approach'pg to almon a
black.'? has.a knotXoYv BCar'on-bis- fcreht ad Ts
about 5 feel 6 or '8 inche s hig-h, speaks with great
boldness and confidence when sjToken lo relative
toxhis papers' which I -have bod "reason to be.
lie ve. he; has obtained X- H ts dress 'is Very good,
consisting- of a blue frock1 cJoth- coa and ;panta
loons, a blark uit j a daik gr.y sealskin cap,
fOrred unci wool hati Shoots, cX ? He. is about 21
years of?e.X' I am annrehensive: that hfe :.ls Vri-
xleavorinx to eet to Ftil.deluhJa or Nwr-YortX
Captains of vssek wil) tfo r well to rtcollect the"
seventy of the law upon this subject;
CHARLES -R YANCEY.
Chaper HflV-NC. Jan. 5X.t-; X36 1m vX:
"o. jThe;Editors of the Petersburg Intellien-X
cer and Richmond Enquirer - wilt -please insert f
the above one month and' forward their accounts
to the subscriber aud they shall be immetlbtelv
dIschaedtii-"--.'X-vX ---X- 'X ; . ; - X - v
rl?I RSTR ATE PL ANT iTI ON lyi ng in ei , "
ther Guilford, Randolph; .Orange 'or Cbatbani
Counties, containinfrom 5 to 500 acresi with a '
pood run and fall of water, "suitable for a mill of 5
distillery, ' Any ; person . or persons : wishing.to
sell such pro perty.V.wiil please .communicate to
this office theirXnaraes; ;with infwrnarion where
such plantation liesjthe qu.dity, quantity, hovsr
mHcb cleared, howfar from a market town," arid .
ho w ; far from wafer carriage, .and other partiCu-X
lars with regard to the .fences' on said propecly. X
Applications made to this Office i on or, before "
the 1st of Feo. 189,' will be attended to, &c. &c.
Dec. 26, 1828. .IV-;; -! -?: -v,.32-4w:: '
X "Pf; NortiCarbliriai x
r - l v X Edgecombe Countyi" ?; ' f
Court of Pica's and Qnirten Sessions, x X '
X - X - NnvemberTerm, 1823. X C X
The President and. Directors' of the State Bank,
X v . x : - yBennet Barrow. 'XX.: X-'i?.
: ' ; ; X' " ". Originaf Attachment. X ' . ' , -"
Spencer Cotton khd-TUeophHus Parker sum - :
.'?'.' 'Z.?: 'monedas GarOitjeesX','-X-VX XV
IT appearing to the satisfaction; the Court,
that the deVnd.int is not a rsidentiof this State.
I It is, t herefore, orderetl,' lhat publication be m ule
tor six wekH m.the Raiegh"Refi:iser. tthat u- -
Vss the defendant, mike his personal apptarauce
at tne tjourt ot fle.:Si.nd Ouarter Sessions, to ,
held tor the ct.unty of Etlgecombe, at the Court-r'Z
house ir rrboiouubl pa the Ji unh Moridav in
February next,, and replevy and plea l, jutlg,x.Xnt V
oy oet .ult will te. taken Hamst, tnd the prop r- .
ty levied on condemned, suiiject to the plalnlifiV
I recovery. Z'.:r- - --. ; -,-y.: '-4 :;-:---x -X;''.-!
Witness.:; Michael Heam. Clerk of said'CourtX .
at office, tlie fourth ond Vv of Nov rabt r! 1823.
X- MICHAEL HBARNX C: C " X
'IHE Subscriber.has determined to receive, 8 -
m or iu vounjf men trorti ihe Academv.'of .15 .
years okl and under, oh board, at the reduced
: t rt . o . ' - .1'.'. -
He hasa house for the reception of such, a uite-
detached from the tavern., . Xu ' ; X' .''
X" X; X : JQ'INC. GREENE X
-Warrenton, .Uri. 1st, 1829. 1 : ? ,S5-3w. r '
JUST PUBLISHED, I
Z ,ND for sale at thelBook-store of J. Gales and
xmX Son, in Raleig-h; price three dollars. & new
Edition of the Offieerand Duty Of a Justice of
the Peace, arid a Guide toX Sheriffs', Coroners,
Clerks,, Constables and other Civil Officers in
North- Carolina., With an appendix,' containing'
the Constitutions t)f tb4sS tale aad of lheTTJhited':
States,- and a collection of the most ' approved
forms for the use of these Officers. " -- r- -.
The new: Edition ofthis valuable Work con
tains besides its' former", useful matter, "the sub-?
stance of all the-important Acts passed by the
uenerai Assembly trom the; year; 1815, to the
present period, - which appear under their proper .
heads.--X- ' !t i .;,-'-.X X- v- "
I ed to, from'any purt of the State. '
; ; .WAKE COUNTY. :-.Y:Z-:
Court'of Pleas and Qtiarter Sessions, .. X
NoYemher Term: 1828X - " ' - -
Fanny TJtleyi widow ofWlI-Cl- i-"XX X ?X; XX-X
ham Utley, dec-d. XX j ' X XX" i J
X-s rwX.v: .X X ;-f?5 Petition for DoweK XX
Thomas Uiley, Jnd others, J ' Z -K:Z' X-
'- "heirs ofsaid dee'd '-. cJ" 'Xl;"f . : --; si. X .
TT havingr been made appear to the Court, that
one of the Defendants,"to: jslt Thomas1 UtWy, "
lives beyond the limits of this State, so'that the..' X
ordinary process cannot be served on him : ; . X
,It . is therefore; ordered by the Court, that d-
I vertisemeht Be mde in the Raleigh ile ister for
to cbme forward' and
I answer, &C. to Said petition, oti: or. before the "
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1 ncxi ouu j v. w un-r. dcs.
Utn. t h nddt h cmirt-hmim m naioto.w
on the 3d Monday of February n4VI otherwise
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it will be taken pro contesso, and' a decree, will
i MW m-uc w. vw vmw ff w &uiiyuv.
41-6w -: : -'X. -X'- - S. KING, ;.
6f them.' i "
Jan. 19, 1829.
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