4 I !
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1 Ouri art the plus of fair, delihtfv I peace,
1 Unwarp'd by party rage to liTe4ik. brother..
publVahea every T an FntMt,
JOSEPH GALES 'ft SON.;-; .
jk.t A 2Hor per annum half in ad5
Sot exceeding Knea, nearty Inserted three
. f r iWUr. and twentv-Gve eenta wr
1 a.erv succeeding publication t those of IfwV
er le'neth in the Same prnporUon..vEotM
he Editor mart M pott mm.
From the National JoumuL
THE PflSt OFFICE;-
' ' . - ".. ?JL. Luf L MMoiin
' "Tr cr it it f;.-?ii -A Vov-ernment
vVli I sntWihtf Jf&feH itx t$
the interests and the cnove-
liience of the people, han the General Pest
Office. Consequently there Can be none
in the prosperity of which tTe CiffBteer
'jtiBote general and intimate .concern.-l
vtioer me wnmmwraiioo,. vi tuf
-Cef now t if he VJ the increase InV the
t iteof of the ibliccconimod afford
by thia, f'pnrtriea1.h been; so great
U sfmosr to equalr the whole fit previous!
lnge. whether at to number jd Post Offi-j
fe ur of milef mbraed In the nviltjttidi-1
' noui post roads which intersect thr tJriinn. '
The report of Abe Postmaster Ger.eral,
: jvhich ".wan appended to1 the',' President'
Mrgsag at the. commencement of the pre
tent session, renders this fact apparent.
When the present. Postmaster, Gwenl
;sumed the tdminiufrafion of the Poat
Oflue, the numVr- of post "flier wis
4,498. Ou th 1st f July last; ihf had
I 10 reueu io r.DJi.'-jne muen m poi
rnad at the former period, were 82,763.
Thfj hate now tniltiplied to 114. 536
The increase in the revenue aince the lt
f Jtily, 1823, is 8483,790 j the aggregate
. f reene being, at th- former perMl
E1,l 14,344 ) and at the Uter.gl.591,134.
1 1702. the total namber of poit offirea
aa-l05 f 4he amount nfihe reenuea.
867,444 and the nilea embraced it the
post-road were but ?,642. ( ... 4 ; , t
. On the lit f Jul, 1823, the total num
ber ef miles which the mail ' wa trans
ported, wai 10.100,240 annual y f
..which jt wil conjed by atagea 4.48944
ihilei ind nn horseback 5,5 1 1 ,496 miles
Since that period 1,949,850. miles have
. been added to the stage tf An importation by
mfcft en a?eetatte tnerme-in
- 5,603.849 tnilesV- Of this aggregaKTOV
WJ ftilea have been added during the last
t .- .
The nnmber or nersons employed bv the
'Department, including Post-mast rs. As
sistant fust-Masters, Clerks, Contractors,
and persons engaged in transporting the
3!ail, it about 26,156. The horses em
ployed are about 17,584, and of carriages
AIXUt Z,B7. - '
, . The receiptf of the last year were 81-
.038.134,43) and the expenditures were
81,623,333,46 leaving an extess nf ex
penditure over the receipts of 823,199 03.
, rhjre is yet a surplus of revenue io the
Department sines July 1st, 18i3,of8187,-
.02 52. -
y t thus appears that there i a considers
. . .
,-ie oaiance oi money remaining in the De
partment, which as it i not the understood
or presumed policy of ,the government to
Oaae the Post Office a source of revenue.
be applicable, to a further extension of
lot public acrommndaiioo-
I ll is recommended by the Post Master
P General to introduce a system of ensuring
' jthe.tr msmissioD of moneys of small a-
jnguni, lora iiubh coniwiaaion. , inis wan
is acted upon io Great Britain and is
'und of great convenience to , tnoa who
wtsire to remit fractional sums of money.
' from Vtt BmIuh Litrrarg Gatttte,
- r?. PUBUC SPIRIT,
t it ia a wise remark of an excellent roan
-and at true philosopher, that Every young
iian ehoMd came lorwsM in IXe with a
determination to do alt the good he can,
and ts leave the world the better for hav
iiK lived in it." He should consider that
he u net made for himself alone') but for
society, fur mankind, and for God, .- lie
ehould feel that be is a constituent, respon
ibl meaibvr of the great family uf man )
ana wnue be Mould pay particular atten
tion U the want and the welfare uf those
with whom be. is imipediately connected j
ke whould accustom himself In send hi
thooihu abroad over the wide field of i.rac
klcal beneroltuce, and early learn lu feel
and act for th,e good of his species.. '
1 aav tarty, because if you do not bc-rin
(o the morning of life to -cherish puttie
ijjintm rjniu w active, enterprising oe
utotence, yoo will probably never pnaseis
snuih of it 'fbis is .4 virtue that rarely
springs up in U'te. II it grow and Boortsh
at all, it must by planted in youth, and be
neurhthed bj the. kwarm aunahine and rain
Vlhe spring aexsurt sf life. He who cares
"Jy lor himself' in outb, wilt be t very
Kgard iq manhowl, and wretched niler
'it().aget-. 'X-,h .-
toiiiider w at V PNrt ntlsersble
a-nd (J existence it is, to live only to one
Ttw lndeed bj'il half living. Self
iWn been wf, II termed a stsrveliog
V-!' - It t iti' curse. . He wbidw
nd, t t nunc. Jte who cares not fc
switl Mfun-fi.isl ' tiil,eUcr will Lot
care for him, Aa he lives to himself,
he will die to himself, and nobody will miss
oin, or be aorrj ht heis-gon, ullilI
.In truth, be only enviable remembrance
is th it which is bestowed on the man the ac
tions of whose life have been prompted by
a true public ipfnf. Not that vfeeling ol
small minds misnamed public apirit, ema
nating from selfishness and manifested by
noise and butt'ef butlthai wise beneto-
lence which. dentlf bat determinate!
tends t the nourishment of alt around it
whichis tmprehenafvtr enoaeh to embrace
tne weilare or Dqifl5 atld sufUtitMitiy
hamble ti aUeod to tht comfort of beasts
Love tf fame 14 ofierf IMtctoutlfiff orin
ciiplof pivoffifi apirit 1 Ihd acraii2lyi
thia hlfvxi,lHit pidata rnetme
or the false. - The marf whohas by the in
treducfion of it fingfc good regulation into
its wles, become a benefactor it the soci
ety he moves Innrrthe village he inhabits,
has laid thejoundatiou of a remenibnnce
more solid and enduring than that the
political dem tgncne, who has paused his
time amid the tumulja of public life and
party contentions ..'.wfe
To feel and to manifest a proper interest
itt the affairs of his country, as well as his
temporary place of residence, is the duty
of every man. But let that interest be a
proper one j examine. it well, that nn pre
judice or selfish love be lound the moving
spnigofit. Let it be extended. Pub
he pirtt is a streim which by widenitizit
course of action loses none of its force, but
petty ripples that agitate it are lost in the
expansion. , .., ;'
From Mr. O'Botherem's Speech on the qnettion,
io Kicnes or foverty tend moat to the exal
tation of the human mind ?" ,
I shall proceed, Sir, to com Dare riches
and poveity in auch a way, as you will find
mere ia.no, comparsoa at all. The man
possessed of luxury, cannot eat a sinirU
meal,- unless he-itOTronded-all -around
with the luxuriant and extatic Drnductin
of boths atmospheres. Is not the rich
cheyney cup,- he so langaishingly and af
fectipgly raises t hit nauseated lips are
hty not, I repeat i, sir. bfourht frm the
deserts otAmbial ... Is not the fl .eant am!
hromatic tea found in the undiscovered
regonc ef Uhili,' which there ia there th
highest mountains ia the world t Is not.
I sayi sir,' the daahinx aof4.-h whl. h h
di iihershls" megre and emahcipaled form,
made Irom the mahogany of . Hispaniola,
from the shores of IiidnstanT and thence"
dir of Lebanon from' Mount Parnassus
ornamented with the richest and most mu
mficent ailks, from the Eat Indies abroad ?
Alter giving vent to, this torrent of elo
quence which I felt smothering within me,
sou r4ay io oursi into a nurncane, I pro
ceed to speak of the man possessed of jm
verty. He declines his eipecfa'ions upon
low pinnacle of bliss, for happiness is
ike a crow, perched upon a mountain,
which the eager sportsman vainly tries t
no purpose to ensnare. He looks at
the crow, Mr. President, and the crow
looks at him, but the moment he at
tempts to rrproac h him, he banishes away
line tne scnismatrc tints ot the rainbow,
which it was the astonishing Newton that
first deplored and enveloped the cause of
of it Yes ir the poor man, while Iril
ling transporta crowns his views, and rosy
hoars attunes his sanguinary youth, can
raise his wonderful mind to that incom
pressible Being who restrains the lawless
storm y who kindles op the crushinr and
rapid Jhunder, and rolls the dark and tre
mendous lightning through the intensity of
space, anu wno issues the awiui metres
snd rwtl-a-berealii, through the untermina
We legions of the fiery hemispheres. Some
times seated beneath the shady shadow of
an urabrsjeous tree, at whose venal foot
flows a limping: stream, ha calls about him
his wife and the rest of his children ) here,
sir, tie mes a retrospective view into fu
turity distils into their youthful minds
useful lessons, to guard their iovenife youth
front vice and morality i and exhorts them
toberspire to endless felicity which shall
Here, sir, on a fine clear evening, when
tne golden moon shines out with all its
emolgence, he teams his children the first
rudiments of astrology, by pointing out the
Dun, tne near, and many more bright con
stertutiont and fixed stars, which are con
stantly devolving on their axle treea in the
azure expanse ot the bjue creolean irma
EVENNESS OP TEMPER. .
1 Madame Nrcker relates the following an
ecdute of M. Abauret. a uhilosonher of Ge
ncva : It is aaid of him that he had never
been out of temper) some persons, by mesos
ol MS servant, were determined to put him
to this proof. The 'woman in question
stated that she had been his servant for
thirty years, and she protested that duriog
inai ubiv nan never seen nina in a pas
sion. ' They promised her a sum of moo
ey if she would endeavour to make him ao
gry she consented fund knotting that he
was partlculan v lond of ha vine his bed wel
made, aba am the dcy appointed netlected
to make it- Abauret observed it, aod
the next morning made the observation to
her she answered she had foTgctUa U
she said nothing mere, but on the stmt
vening she egain Vglected to make the
oen l) ihe sameebservttiona made an
he morrow by.the, Dhilttsonher. and
again made ionje excuse id a cooler mku.
ner than before, r .Jl.it the third d.y he a.id
to hef s 'yu,iiavt flt ve mlt mv t tL
you nave apparently come to eoiue resulu
tion on the .subiecCaa fou"hroiblv fnanW
that it fatigiled ymiBut kft all iiof
no great cons' quence, ail begin t actus
tern myself-to it a' it Is;'; She threw
herself thw fceVaurf rowethjH teHittttrt
Patent Office at frufMt1m..Thm Pa-
tent OIBee was the most lnJeriinir '.
blishment ivhich I saw at .a.tiogton.
The UrrtnwU Ja rtU iU patent
aro.conuwed, has Hoc mMchappkrent or
der .of arrangement ) for the auMecta are
too numerous and tnonstrona to bd arrang
ed er classified. Here von see fifteen
hundred or two thousand projects 'to tri
umph over eravitf and friction, timrf and
space; feeijt and depth, and to raake4fof-
mnea dv caicnjnj: dame nature napping in
some other moat fixed purposes." Bth
old lady has proved, for the most p'artj too
witty, and too wide iwake for theitj." It
is a fine study of the human head timed
inside ouu Every one of these little
wheels, arches, levers, snrins. whimsiea
and contrivances, in all thTetf rTonibi na
tions, had existed as archetvoea inlsome
head. The head itself, when wouhd up
by the desire of money and farai, is a
most versatile and rantd enaine. Sver
one'of these inventions. had occunid. nn
doubt, an inordinate sphere io the llead of
the inventor. The greater number are
models of labour-savinr machinerv. of
i i -t ... . . y '
onoges, railways, and the application of
aiearn power, anu, u t recollett, ,not a
few projects for perpetual motion. The
kind and communicative Swiss fho show
ed and explained the models, pulled the
smngs, irunaieu the wheels, aid moved
the springs with treat gaiety1 To the
question how many of the" patents had
been found useful ? he replied with the
customary snrag-J!ftf be wtM o de in
ventor. To oilert may be twrntymmi be
ten. owme srooa for lomethinr torn srnml
ror nwinr. . riiut'a West- Rev.
0 , f . - "
' Female wate.' Mr. Ma'thewCarevVas
recently pob ihed an esy on the public
chanties of Fh4ldelphis, m. svt,jctCau
made some disc lesu res i on the lamentablv
low rate of female wages. From the f( ts
which have been thus brought, to lizht. it
sppears that nearly all the distress among
t ie poor has i's origin in the scanty pittance
wnicn is pan; lor female labor. No female.
oi ine most inius'ri..u hsWtt, worki ig at
home on tailors work,' or irnverniiient work
such as m iking clothes for the army, can
earn more tnan a uon.r to a dl.ar and a
quarter i week! Neither hive the numer
ous charitable aiieties uf this city ever
been ble o give out one-foortii as much
work as applied for: conseouentlf. even
the small prices paid, there is no rertain.
'y or constant employment. The price
paid for making a shirt is twelve cents! and
so in proportion for every other article.
From the facts elicited br Mr. Carev
benevolent inquiries, he concludes that
half the misery existing among our wide
spread population of honest poor, is owing
solely to ihe miserably inadequate compen
sation which females receive lor their labor.
Mr- Csrey has not yetcommunicaied to the
publics plan to better 'their condition.
8TOP MY PAPER.
Every man must have some object where
on to vent hie spleen energetic bile must
have its way,' or one gets the jaundice.
ve once knew a man who, as often as he
waa kicked and cuffed by the world, was
a a a .
sure io nog nis wile and children, 4 br wav
oi uaidotiuK me account. Another ha his
nose pulled in a ball-room, and instant! v
be posted oil to his lodgings and caned his
negro, uora uyron used to swear, when
any thing went wrong with him that old
bear. Doctor Johnson swallowed oceans of
tea, aod the impetuous Al fieri mounted a
wild horse. . , Every one to his taste, and
in this country the taste is for a man to
j t:- ! .. 1 .
u n on urwupipcr incontinently, when
ne necomes oiuous. 'tet us take a lew ex
A man wakes up with the tooth-sehe.
eats no breakfast, and goes off grumbling
to his place of business. He takes up hi
newspaper finda something ia it not ex
actly in accordance with his own opinions,
ana insunuy senut a note io the editor
with instructions to stop his paper. U
has his tooth pulled In the course of the
day, feels the want of hie paper the next
rooming, and puts his name anew to the
subscription hit Stop my psper !' bawls
d you are opposed to the tariff, and
like a liberal man as I am, I will not listen
to your arguments agiinst'it.- Stop my
paper, shouts C D, ' you are i confound
ed Turk, and III have nothing to do with
you. - Stop my psper, cries E. K. v.j
refused to insert a puff of my newly inven
ted flea-trap.' Ston mv Dsner. Mara G
II. you have dared tocxprras IQ opinion
of your own, when yon knew that I tho'l
oinerentiv.- s'on mt WDef.'exda ma L
l. ' I ua'a.t auk toot of joe,' and y w
:lt . . a. 3 1 r . . ....
wiii not ao iot me f ana so on till you
come to T.'Z. .Mugnanimous 'mortals,
wnat nne editors you would make.
iV. K Cour
t Tooth Powdk. It may be gratifying
u our iair menus, aa wen as thoe who
with to stand high in their good a-racea
on iv score tJiniioe8, to poblish the
lolWwlng recirje for' mukin? a "chean and
incommrablv excellent denrifrire.. which
gives sirengin to the gums aod art agreea-
oie a weemesa to tbe DreaUi. It s h rol
lows t Take one ounce or Gum M vrrh.
one ounce of chalk, apd one oun of char
coal The intrcdienttt havit.a heek fin).
ty- pal verified owi. iifi tii ilglni; j
sieve, it is fit for immediate use ' .
Sugar Landt. The time, we annre-
hend, is not far distant when those tands
in Georgia will be most highly valued that
re best adapted to the culture ufaug-uv
The force of interest will operate a check
upon the progress of migration io the Wesi,
& he continually increasing indueements
o adobt this culture wiil soon , become so
pilpabte and munificent that, it mav be
questioned whethec any new acquisition
of territory would he settled in an age,
unless by emigrants from other States.
We expect to see pkmters removing from
their rich oak and hickory lands in th
North and West, t the richer pine landt
in the South and East. Jt will not Ion
bespoken of as one of those -theoretic
schemes which every body commends bo i
t.ever pursues. Self interest; w th all its
prejudice. of custom and attachment to es
tablished hjbi', onre convinced, will not
scince its I tbor for ten dollars where i'
Can receive fifty.
A g"'itleman from New York, has re-
eenily put chased about, thirty we thousand
acres of land in thin Sia e with a view to
p re. I the ame into extensive sur nlan-
Mions. These timd4n:-i)la4 in
cane, we hav no doubt, by proper culrnre,
would ji' ld h'.m a net income of 8500,000
per annum ; or in that ratio, tx .he pro
pr ion cultivated. Ni rensonable culti
v ition can m.tke it less. This adaption id
soil, it is th -light, will induce emigrant
from other State, to try 'heir fortunes in
Georg'i. In he q ea tune we hope the
people of this State will, awake to their
It is mentioned in a .Georgia psper, to
the credit of the moral iind habits of the
female part of the population of the 8u
of Georgia,. that there have been but two
females imprisoned in the penitentiary at
Miiiengevuie, sin. e mat system went in
i ! . i I n .
o ourrau -n in mat tte, eleven vears
sgo. One of these unfortunates, asVwa
afierwards omven. hid been convicted
hrough the penury of a witness and thi
dher ws but the scrnmplice of her hus
D.inu in torging mat Kind o small paper
currency called cAaige bilU.Nat. Int.
Jtnother Factory 6rn. From the Bos
ton Bulletin we le..rn that, on Monday
night, the large Factory in Framinghani,
Known as the B .xon Woollen Factory, was
burnt, with all its stock and machinery
The fire was discovered in tne nickint
room.and is said to have originated in spon
taneous combustion. Insurance was ertVc-
ed in New-York to the amount of 50.000
lollars, which is sjpposed to cover the
present value to the owners, though the
property wis estimated, a short time since,
at &75'.000. This, savs the Courier, is
" the twi 1th factory that has been burnt
ithin a hundred and fiftv miles of Bs
ton, since the first of Jmuary."
We have to tell of an excellent shot.
on the authority of the gentleman who
made it. Last week, Mr- Abner Uoirers.
of Vincenttown, New-Jersey, with the gon
Queen Anne,'celebrated in that part of the
country, killed three fine deer at a single
snoi, at ieaar uridg -, near Egg ll-irbour.
i ne mree came up abreast, directly in
Iront ol the hunter, who was waiting at
his stand. Too fell immediatelv as h
urea. ine iniru was lound atMit one
hundred yards distant. Mr. R orera di
tributed a part of the venison among his
inenos m mi city, who prnanrei it ex
celleaU . PhUaJ- Chroru
The N. 'Y Com. Advertiser, contains a
letter from a friend in Pniladelphi. which
says : I have lately been very much in
le rested, ia viewing the celebrated Orrery
constructed by RUtenhouse ab ut aim
yesrs ago, which has lain amongst rubbish
and dust in the rooms of the college for
some thirty years past. The trustees late
ly voteu a loan oi it to air. josepn itoberts,
the amiable and scientific master of the
Qu.iker Academy here, who has put it to
getnrr in a moat . masterly manner. It is
unquestionably the moat wonderful prod ac
lion of the kind ever made by man, . aod
well worth a joaraev to see. Mr. Robert
informed mer.it would show th motions of
the planet for fteo thovtandyeare to come
without any material variation from the
most correct table. Jbe whole is an ad
mirable peice ef workmanship, sod with it
recent brushing sp wril be one nf the ehiei
i. . .r. r . ..
.ernaTwemra ai iqn university.'
A let'er from a Mayor of . ce'rtin Cw
poraii.,n. t ,
f-DeaJZur-Anhete-dsytobe made a M,r.
H. ro wnu me rorouiin vittin for the occaiion.
I be to ax ib old wi Ut of the '
oinch. . .:. - i i .
uar Iur' Tour bumble Zarrant, . .
n ..-;. V. . '. a amwia.;
" ir--AfreebN fo vour renoest. l'hv
VOO per waprgon, 3 t0Heta of oat. And aa w,... '
wetoweat the Old iK..l hi' :
hnm, that you m, a ma.h.' V
i am, 5ir, Youra, &. ; .
For Sale or Rent,
'1T ValiftWe ftand on rsjretteville Htfeet,
7. V7 wcopiea a umoeey by Alton
ma, and trrlu h John v . s-
IV F Shl of 8tock,Jn the State Bank ,. .
North-Carolina, for which bonda with rol
IVT..-jI.. ' h .... --r . - , -..
security, win be .received inpayment Runbee' '-'1
particular can be learned on application at this
Office. ..-,- ,V'i.J.
jot. a?, WW, r;;.:: ,.t : , ... ..
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State of Mnh-Carolind. , - , i; ,
Bertie County Court pleas and Quarter Set? ;" '? '.Fj'.h. M
tiona, Nov. Term, 1Q28.
tc thi term, lyied on a ,
neirro rirl. Ihe nronrrtv of
rha'n Fleetwood J Ciiarlenrieetwooii."
IT appearing to the aatiiftOtion of the Court, J
that the defend nt Cliarku Fleetwood has re . ;
m ved without the limit of this State, ao that ;
the ordin .r) proce of law ctnnot be served on
mm i ji is inrrriore orrtereU b the Court, that
pohlicaiion be made in the Rslt-icrh Reiriiter.Tirt'
three months for ise-iaid Uharie Fleetwotid, .
thiit uulens he ennesr bv h mrll'or some axeitt. V
nd replevy wid properly, on or be'ore the te-' i: , .
contl Monday of February neat, Judgment, b
tauit win oe tiaen afraoMt lum, and tne pro
erty U-vied on condemned to the ua of the
Plaintiff. . . . - ,
(By order of the Court,) - , ,
K. K. RtfODKS. riV.
State of Tennessee.' !
Hardin Coumy Court.' Niv. T- rm, I8?lt
Kooert MeN arj, et al. , (
Boyd Mcnairy, et al. heirs of J. Himtttoir.' Jr''
ON-inofion of fie Complainsnts; and K at- , '
peanng to the sstlffantioii of the Court,' that f
the Iltfendant am alleitixew if the Btule of ?
Jorth-Carouw.-Jl. in -.tirderrd! Jhf the Cnurt-L.'
M tH-t tin onU f, iih h mitiaUue of the co,
" plaint, be publ'mbed in Ihe Hulvigh !tcgiirw
a new Nper printed in U.leiKh, in fie State
" of NiivSU-CHrilimt, four weeks in nucoetMon, I
ind tliat the Utt publtcatio be made at ttiA
" 30 dy previouslo the next term of this Coitit, j
" and it the l) ltndants do not ner the Cum.
plaint, the cmte be act for henring exparte, and
" heard ccordiiiily at the nXt term bt this
Court A true Copy. -"LEWIS
H. BOTLR, Clk at Mirt.
The subetance of the complaint is, that there
i a tract of 1000 acre of land granted to the Mid
John Hamilton, lying in said county of Hardin,
which waa in the lite time of the said grantee,
given to the Complainants, to the eicluvon of
the other heirs, which salt' rift is nraved lo ba
confirmed, and a legal title to the said land vet
ed in the Complainants in pursuance of the gilt. .
RHALSEY respectfully informs the eltiaena
. of Ruleigh atut its vicinitr. that he conti
nues to keep on h ind an Mortm(-ni f RRJIiT
MADE CLOTtfNQ. HATS. CAPS rAXCl
He haa jut received a nunnly of floe Moleikin
Vet black tilk Cravats (flrwt quality), Nava
rino Stocks, black ailk Stocks kc. which he
wiu aeu on accommoiuting terms,
lie haa ia hit employment al the estahliahnient
In Newbern, a young man (lately Irora N. Tork)
wcu iKiiini iii me an oi caniiiir, tn in latest
and moat f.thionable style. Those therefor
who leave tbelr meannret with hi aent in Ra
leigh, will l furnish t w"nh nent and iurabtt
Clot 'ing, on the movt -eommodatinr term. '
wiriit, reo. a, 100. -r 1
' 8aU tut Ivxti. ., . .
Shall offer for sale at the Caurt House
Walesborouih A own Ceuntv. on thi. 31
day of starch next the following tract ot Und
or so much thereof as will satiafv the Use iu
th. reon for th yesrs 1826 k 18 with coats.
150 acre list 'd by Treasy Turner tm th .
tee ol Brown creek.
63) do do a vt Ft arce do Rocky River.'
50 d do Wt.ftMntyre, Ir.do , do
50 dodo Wm.M'lotyre.sr.do 'do
50 dodoLewis Mlntyre do do
300 da do Abner B4ch do Line cretk
100 do do Matthew Rumroi; do do .It
150 do do Bobcrt Hildrith do ftvnnk
creek. ' . . .
60 do do Oeorg Mr. Self do' RicVdaoaa?
75 do do Arthur Syke do do
68 do do Jeaae Baniet do do
1J0 do do BenJ. BrawweU
" creek. . .
150 do do Wade Braiwetl - - b -L do - "
348 do de Jeptha Uulledge do Lick Branch,
26 dod.i-y1lielnirmioTboiapao.'crerBi '
5d dodoKileyM . Hailey ferry Kuad.
300 do da lih Stewart do R avertUm creek,
noO do do Dan el May' do Jon' creek. .
600 do do Win It lUrdy U-.y do Jvnea trerk,
400 do not litted owned by Hartley J
( rooked creek . V .-.. ' - :, , , ' . .
150 do do Hilii Worley do Tbompaon's srwrk, '
i?i do de Jubn Aut7 Jo do do
33 do do Oataey Barber do Pinch gut creek. 1
4 de d Alir. k Dn tl'Pk fioU M....
Jan. 36th ll. 4,T3t pa, ,
TweWe or Fiftgeiv
VALUABLE NLUB0E9 f.Wtal tl the vK,
eioit of tUUirt.
Apply UtMfHut en.
3eh Jan. ISJ9.
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