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- JOSfiPH GALES & SON, ;
Pi, Dollar 9 oer annum half in advance
i ipntrth in thr; isame'i t5ronortioru"..CoirMtJ
ktcTTOi!r thankfully receivei;..;LiiTTiBKa,.to
the Editor must be, pott ptuiu ;
;''CFr'orn the Washington Chronicle.
We think? the following Sketches of some of the
leadFmr'rnen of Our country VU11e" foil nd in-
terestm Jd.our.reaaers ai a jaistance. . h c re
'indebted for them.to a work of .fancy entitle
he Wanderer in -Washington which made its
'appearance liithij City last winter and whkh
may ndt have been. read by 'niany of those by
k whom ourjourfial may be seen! . They are from
-' the pen of-one who .has h& Omeopportuni
ties Cj observing closely the' characters of those
. he his sketched! ': We commence wlthht . r;-
: A; tall; thiti, Bu t cjisnjfied lobkins:-man
cow approached,;, to: whom Alarion intro
much ' wiiii1itVinl depth of though W and
Witre tnaue m a spirit ii ireeuoinanu lenr-r
ct in European court9 ; but.ir was precise-
ly such as i should not only iook torf-vj9ut
iesirei;Tn a niaa'hoid'ing a highoffice in a
tepublici " y '.V :: 7. V
H e i s ju fit the , m ml tshou1 d select to
ethibi jijto. the European world as a 7 fiiie
specimen of the Airincaii characterbld,
e ri i e rjirH n gi ndepe ndent an d p e rseve r h g 5
; wit ha gehi us ; th'i. t sbnsrat ho imped
nientjnd amind thatcjU
of noanger ee
indigence, and rising byjTapid gradations;
;tti;theank of anVbraor legislator, raihis
"ter'arid Wtatesman V the same inOalljand
a alT;d!spIay in that versatirtty and power
which are the: characteristic
'lirtlibn I thinks has said,; thatf geniuVis
1 4 bbie r va tio ti V bu t i t req u Ires gen l us t o ob
serve. : i he secretary i , uas oeen a
close, arid , a ecu ra te obse rye of me n and
thing; and has suffered nothinjg to escape
him, hich'couIdVadd.' to th e unfailing re -sources5
of bis mind..;His know! edge'o I" m e a
.. has not been derived from books, but from
a long intercourse'; with the living world,
in x hich he-has mingted as Vriuch Trom ne
c essity asj clioicev ThVvariqul scenes th fo
vhfciv he: has passed ha ah him to see
;a fidH its :. s iudy the d ive rs i fi ed ' charac te r o f
his ipecies,.and :to comprehend : the inliu -enCe
nj?sseaid may have his'folliea J but there
d oes at j;rea tjdea! dooci js4n se,; ?sagacity
infirmltyJof noble tnin(J8 i" lbut;hi8 ambi-
lioii has never interfered with hispAlriotism
or caused- him t
rat verse fromrrne course
f - r ' ' a r '
of telulnessy f it has been correctly rer
x marked by. a Warm friend of his' that, the.
spf ead.;pf, uu i ve rsa I f reedom is thefirst an d
she fl ipped herwings over, the Cordilleras
of Americti, .'or reposed oh tlie cla&i6 plains
SkiWil"r:fc - tan
oKd el icioiis'vat lies of Greece, she was sure
to meet'iri him friend that" no casualty
ouldlteri and! ho personal interest. could
changed As an lorator,' the Secretary of
-i stands high in the estimation of his
cou ntryineh. "His mind voice, tig" re ra nd
attitudes, give to what he says a splendor
and-power , which all admire, and which no
o n e ca n 1 iste nltd w i thou t con v i c ti o n or d e-
4Vrfe wielded ari: almost magic power
over, a legislative body,7 amL seems " to ex
- - efcise heaVly t h e sa me fasci nation over
thijse who come: rwith in ! the ahge of his ih-
fiuehce 4,It its the asVeWdahcybf g;enius
X; any iyilr-rise aboi e; tlie" dense r'T Atmosphere
: that surroufids it.-; ;Tifere are, ;:too ju his
I' ma nriers,j tntatan absence ofall ?hau tpjur
, m stii mticH appureh t' candor,! ah d such ah e v i-
oence or openearjeunessnat nojone can.
when ne uecoines i acquainttu Vjw ltlhim
Tie hiis ivtitli j hgop; af i stocracy s I u irki ng iii
- Us "heart and hothifg0fthat contemptible
priue wnicn W4ii not., stoop Jto, notice . the
loiy and the' humbled fliioughimeritorious
.....t .... J lTj-! l J n. . . 1. .1:1
and worj hf, beca u se" th ey: are not iurrou nd
ed blithe traj)ptoa p
A-jr of. waUlw lie'ff&i beli piaeVilbphe
:-v Va ? I S P Pl'ticsamiimi
v a t a iiiure' el e yVteil ' ppi ntrlwiki8Kuld he
at titi nl t, wll 1 J am su re, pmlu iee'iip t hangci
in the nature of hi3 feelin,?pr thexharac-
4 ! :
AKotexeeelinxt?n fi?; neatlymfiertert three
t?,mei"for T) Uar,r and ;t wenty-fi ve cents for
everv siicceedine oublUcation : those of srreftt-
f enabled njVtd perceive that! .was in
company off noord inary i rid ivfd ua! f
expected-! t I TH erelwas! m f d ign i ty
thari grace in his manner ; jrt Ranted that
pni isVa'nU ease which; 1 hadjoft en witness-
I th.wlu.tujotfexcreyouiself'sojtn'uchL : -BttsineTuccecd'id-'''rfAnv'old "chierl ftnJ. Iaternart t liuprowmenf fcon the t A .
ir i -i-eu, s ageh(temao Of, grejtstiavity.Qri. stepped torlh into tliir centre or thtpm:T'' fSo
m WW ' l A . . 'i II . . - '.H - . V , w-i a - V ' ' j . , " . -T " ' - i.' :r. - ' . . -IMV . W ' r M E.K..M lift X. ' ' ' '.. , W : -. '. Oft ..i - n ' t - - ;
pol iteTaff ii bl e'and cou rteou s to all rpay ing
the 7sarne: attention' and "irranifesting the
same rrspect.ta a-subordinate clerk thatlhe
would, to the highest officer of goVernm ent.
Kis countenance', you observe,;! mild and
nrpnnftiWsinsv and -.stronarlTv? indicative of
the ge'ntle and beneVofejii qqalities,Jof his
heart- -'He; is a man offine taste'and xhl -
tivHfedymindrYbats, perhaps - somewhat
dpficient"in;finniess and energyof charac-t
ways, 'in 'my opinion, io ciiardcicri? a. ic
publican, lie ajds altfthe ease and urbani
tyvof a gentleman accustomed ta?the most
refined and polished society. f He has been
aDroau, ana inoun nas4 irceiy. uiiiign?"
in "the most Dulished circles, be'remains
still the same, and has neither acquired ad
ditional crace; nor Iost;thosetraiU oFre-
publicatnsm byl which he ; was always dis
tinguished. 'He? fs, Mike the Secretary' of
i . a good sDeaKer, ana. once uneu uie
first'UW. office under ahfe government;.
I ne law, saiu t, seems.to pe a favor
ite profession in thi9"Vcoun try."
r -.It is so," replied :Marionv " The law
fro nr:the nature of our institutions; and the
character of our government, vopens an al-,
mostcertkin road to distinction in the Uni
ted States. J .cThe man whn has acquired
the tale tit of extemporaneous speaking, and
possesses a mind of ordinary powers, is al
most, sure lo rise. 10 weaun or political nil:
Cabinetihave been lawyers, and have dis-
tinffuished themselves more, or ; less at the
bar; The Secretary of the v; , v :g
and writes" witli great neatness, and some
times elegance. Hiaofltcial papers'or com
munications discover an intimate, acquain-
'. t L 1 1 j. - .' 1.' ? 1 1 .1
tance witn-ine suojeqisf 11 wnicn ne 1 speass,
and they are composed hi a style of great
cienrhess andprecision. His; mind, is, I
th i ii kiho re'e I e ga n t than solid more acute
tjhantcpni'prehensi ve al most al way s risi ng
aboVe mediocritvi and seldom; it; ever, des
cending bebw it. sHe has filled se vera I
important olhtes untler government, and
filled them' all with credit to hiniselfand
advantage tc i-tlie'iifttion'V ' f -
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MR. SOUTH ARO.
ir" He said, he was like two of the other
members of the Cabinet, "therfabuicatdr of
his own ! fojr t u 11 e'j t hat he hVd rea I ized the
al fegory: of. Ape lies, and hul ri sen a I m os t
withpu t JexerUon. to the ru nk henow holds:
Hehas receivedf: said Mii rion a classical
education; andpassed through the usual
course of col legia te studies with credi t, 1 f
not with distinction. -tie was once I un
derstand, a teacher, in'a private family, af
terwards studied -the law, w-s considered
as a man of ilerit3 while at the bar,; and
was finally brought; like most of our cou ti
trymenuiinto political : life. He first be
came a1 Senator; and subsequently the Se
cretary; 6f ihe - duringpVH ol two ad
ministrations. His present situation is not
ca I c u I ate d 1 6 : d e ve I o pe th e t al e n t s b e po
sesses, and though he may be respected and
esteeined, I do not think he can be dijtin
guished4 while he reinains where he is.
The business of his oflice Js not, ; certainly
suited tp the nature of hjrmer pursuits,
studies , Or habits ; it tsajnewsphere; to
which he niust; tn ? areat? dt-gree, e a
sfrangef andjii whichhe cannot' revolve
with much base or splendor. Hc.ie, more
over, hampered by the peculiar -organization
bf Juis pep;irtmenj,,"and;tnust some
times come in contact with other bodies
rolling in the same orb, which he cannot
avoid;ahd with which it would' be difficult
to unite.-- rThere is,1 however, 'a good deal
otxhz fortiter ih re mixedupwiih the swer
viter in ttiodo, ' in his compost tion. H is
manners are quite repabltcan, and his dis
position amiable. ' . W e;cannbt judge of hiai
as 'statesman, because'he has not yet ex
hibited a'uy. thing on whi h '. wecan predi
cate,' a correct opinion. It is said that his
Speeches evinced talent, and that his' poli
ticalvies were generally, right, if they
were.not alwaVs ,the;most lucid or'exten
sive." There is "nothing 1 think, very cha
racteristic abou t Mr. r no promi
nent feat u res or. stn k i ng t ra its of m i nd :or
disposition are displayed by which we can
distinguish hm from other men of talent.
I ri conversation, heddes not rise much a
bove mediocrity, and jo ,his i(ficial charac
ter, there is r; nothing r remarkable of . pe-
cuiiari',' l;l .
. vTrtEiWINNEBAGOKS. -
The deptatiotrpf lodians from the
hebago' tribe had a ? form atinterview last
Week, .with the Presiden t,at ,Washi ngton.
In fullcourt dress, Jiind with an abundance
of paint and feathers, 4hVy approached Mr.
Aaamsin;sihgie file, 'and 'having grasped
his" hand retired to the seats prepared; for
Refreshments ,were then' passed' around,
. --.t- - 1 f 1 . - ".....-''"
saysane iNationai ifktnigencer, anu u was
some whatAvhimsyical to setfM adeirasipped
f ro m - c u t " gl as .4 bf A hese stern - f ea tu red y i
sitersiiwhowere accustomed to Jap ,;water
fronrthe running- brookfpruaff'Whjsky
from - (he hbrriotVa slaughtered' el k 5 ? aad
tojobserve with what avidity they feed oil
whosefastes'had seldom'4 been better5 re-
guled than .with the reeking entrails of the
he brought near the President and waved
over his head. v;It was the calomet of peace.
10 iiieu uegair an naraugue in iow,:guii,u-
r.al tcesj accompanied witfi much easiest
an Indianof half blood 'reported them in
, n ,
fiiaa tosee you.' vl noia
out this nibe.'and il 'take vour band; in
fnWiishior v. s f- . 1
bather,:; A cloud bas been between usileraiiy. speaking;; noToads, no carriages,:np
It was thick and hlaek.: ? I f.hntiaht: nnr it
would never be remb ved"Bti t I tio w see
your fae.::JttJookk - upon'me'ple'asantfy; -
'jpatner.a long way is stretched between
xnere were inose wnoiai(ume u was
blockedlup. tTheysaid the Red men could
not pass it. I" attempted it. It' is like
uie piain paip wmcil COOUUCIS lO Hie Urrearae cuuppcu snaw, or a .ueai ife.
Spirit.:, l ' 1 : - f I
. "ramer-wnen 1 came in
n ightlof your
norf' I should
nome. it looked wmte and.n
heart reioiced. ; I "thoooht
1 , ' 1 I
r U FstthW. thp Hfnf ' finirii. v9v tn hia!
children, the t Winnebaaoes, a pleasant I
pianu 11 is gooa -fio smoKe 1 1 nave"lt I
here"-tbuchinff with his! finder the bowl I
of the pipe 1 give it you in peace.
is-true They- told me .your heart 4 was
. .' m . " - - '1 " 1 t .
blackt It isnot soi v We salute in
' I : I
- Father I say no morej ; My talk is lit- l
le. -1 am ai chierramon-my Deonle.
Biitne fs here wnbfwill sneak to you soon, I
and itell you: betteriur thoushts?'! . K I
m. iic ucycripiiuii ui me SUCCeeoing Cereal
hVonyJs detailed in the
. : il . v: : V lll
4 ne address
. . L j i'.J r 1
beinc endedi a youns Win-1
neoago advanced in obedience to a- stomal I
Li- ...;' f , , . . 7 K. -I
Lu iue uiu warrior, lanu ngnred tne pine .1 ct: e v v.
.;ft flro efr,ir L i fn? ' - F' - peated in the course of tlie afternoon. - The
with nre struck-from a Hint.- j. he p:pe x , . t - - c -
.uo ili. iJ 1 t .r practicaf test which;he invention of Mr
was Inen presented to the President, the '. . - -1
-i.:-r ti!i V iti ;.-': " sit -' I 1 a- 1 Y mansnas mus undergone, nas comp ete
chief stdl holding lis ste He inhaled a j y 8atisSed everv ne Who witnessedf itk
SrS X 8,nr rM:g?n -
tentness.anu uttered a low murmur of sa
, 11 ;u r ---'j
1, ' , ea?:h,0f .h,f lr,bc V. wf
made lover in Tor
- : ...i ; 2:.i u rML
lay one hand upon it while he plelged him
with the btner; proceeded ;to dictate to the
interpreter his repl : 'X'u'1K:"H ;y'""! "
4aytpthis chief, Irejoicp to see him.
He and his brethren are wel coiiie to me
a n d my ; ch i I d ren, :. j
" Te I him, . i t has grieved me that a
cloud has been between us v but I am
plea sed equal ly with ;him,'. that , i t has
been dissipated. 4 It. id : dispersed' like
the funes of; the pipe we have smoked. --f
May it never close ddwq upon us mote! y
v Say I am gladj he and his ; com pan
ions1 meet on. this propitious day. . ;Bid him
look, to the face of tlie heaven s. ' No cloud
'S tnre. i ne sun snines orintiv on us.
The Grea t Spirit looks down and
Say I hbpesaTOeuhl w
his path in peacectheibodetof
f h e rs. 14 When he is gone, : J, will Ibbk u ft
on this;pipe wi th pleasu re , a nd should I
liear ever after that to place of pacific, any
hostile dispositibhspreak forth among this
'ation towardsiny brethren and childret
I. wifl say it is impossible, j For I bave the
word of a vVitint-bago, which must
that this people pledge tlieir am
mine. and. have given this pipe in
sincerity. ' I r,
4 say I yesterday Deiieid with satis
faction the sports o' himself and - His asso
ciates, as they practised their ancient tvnr
dance upon the green beneath my windows.
But a higher pleasure I now experienceT
and one the -memory of which will! endure
in cordially greeting fhimwithin these
walls, and reciprocating ' assurances of
Each of these periods, so! soon interpre
ted, drew forth a hoarse plaudit from the
savage auditors. Once it swelled to a dea-
fening howl, inf acknowledgement of .the
compiimeni paiu.ui uie tuviujauie
ty of their word.- '
TheRappahqnnock River, j A. yery in
teresting account is given in tbe lak.Fred
ericksburg '.Gazette,, f 'the. ceremonies of
breaking grtund on theRappalianriock'Ca.
naland of laying a stone as a memorial of
that eyent,. near the site ot the contempla
ied basin, 'onZtVeduesdayN lasr. A long '&
splendid: :Pccessi on was form ed M r.
-whichvvas followed byan -eloquent and
a n i m al ted add res S :on he pa r t of, C olS to r-
ro w, he President of nhe Rappihaimbcic
Company; WhereuppQ; . the ; President
assisted by: udge Cpalter, ' putrCtbeT first
spade into the earth, wjiich was announced
by the discharge oPArtillery. A targeand
respectable;' u mbetj pT tiie I friend s of jthe
Canal subsequentiy eel ebrated ;tKe joy fu I
event bya dinner at Blackburn JsTaverri"--
We shall seixe the'1 ftraopportunity.of
publishing the 'whole article from the Qa
zetteiVVe sincerely i conffratulatej'the
bdinl. llowispn; Master of the! Masonic
Lodge No 'delivered a 4 short but appro
priate Address on laying the.cornrer.ston'e
Vaeam'A'ariffati0rLrIn Baltimore with
fin;theViast'eighteen months upwaids-nf
inu,uuu uouars nave oeen. investea.in me
j establishment of new steam boat lines. It
I line of travel by;means of steanv boats arid
1 siagesy i rom 4-i-Orioi if ooutji waroiy ,as. iar
las navannan; .wnicn Willi superseae -mucn
I Ul ie travelling now periorineu.uy ca a-,-
I - lr ' ' ' . . r"V "
i1 Travelling TurAewTHere are, sen-
I inns no sUooers. no beds.V Theonlv car-
1 riaes are: plan k laid upon rough wheels
- ';J.drawn:w cordi.-brlboffaloe's'T'the.'.o.nly
finns are siaoiesmieu wun cnoppea siraw ,
uic umr suhucis ait;, yyiiaiyuu, uwr uivft
I up on the roadand carry to where - you
I may fctop for the night 5 and the only beds
board. - Such is the4 state of. travell
both intEuropeari khd Asiatic Tjurkev.v
, l'j j. " V , &r. fFalsh
' ' " - ? . , . - '-''vy-
The Rail Road Car. A very rsuccess-
fill arid trulv kjitisfrt.urv iinfriinp.nt vas
made on Saturday afternoons with this ira-1
ponaiu niveiiiiou 01 fli .uman's ui iiieij
establishment of Mr. J. Y.: Cra 22 Bait i
more street extended.4 A temporary rau-
IJengthv was laid down, upon which the car
1 r.t t. '-.ilia il. i '
! v. 1 1 art I ha fiBKilnalt. maiifhdrl '.lf-rill
pounds 1t was laden with .13 pigs of . iron
ghingclDOpoundsjjan d 1 n - add ition
inereto, 4 gentlemen p
re to, 34 gentlemen placed' themselves
person at 150 pounds the eh tlre weight, of
vaf M uu vl,u Mvu amuuicu w ouy pvimuar
witbxcas.e incredible as-it 'mar scjn'by. mit
man only III 'The experiment was witness-
.j r..i. -.l-.,. :n:
k - .j , r if v.
respectable citizens, and was frequently re,-
high -value and importance in Rail-Road
JfraspoftatJon, antn itmuHkt
e ' 1 L. r.t " -
of Kail-Koads overcwals. As we have
have it! use on the creat Work they'have
" .charge and jt must prove of almost in
f ttasis-ll is hot often that one; sees a:
ny thing remarkably good. jnthis lipe j
and that is a little surprisihtoov :when
ye bote howbften tfietalent bf vthecouo
try is brought into play. Some , hundred
bual ly ni augreh igb tart or Io w v tartffl
.That again , may aCcoup t for the d flic ul ty
of say i ng any thinga toiice 4 beautiful and
neM?" as the lpbet has iti i Acertainidea
is not suspected; of being expressed ip
more: than a given number of modes. JThe
combination of wordsmu9t; at last be! ex?
hausted.C (3od toastsheyeV; deca
sional yi meet J; wjth.JAriil s'"jp(iodp)fbr
was:. lately runkl) itfc -a
point' iBal&PrtridU. ,-' 1
' f The Jacksonians who came m at the elev
entn nour tuey snau uaye every man nis pen
-but let them wait for the chancre.
(IMcMcplfinecdote.'bM fu! Inwing Shcci
dote- is rel ated ttyi Si r Astl ey- Ooope r
i n his jectu res de I i ye fed in Lo n doo.. v It?
singulari ty ' andquaiutness wil 1 amuse
everpreaderj" t 'ri'
"An old Scotch physician, for whom , I
had a great respect, rand whom 1 frequently-
m e t fj i ro fe ssio n al ly i n th e i c i ty, , ii sed ; t a
say as we .were -entering the patients'
roomuogether, ,'vWeel,- Mrster Cooper we
haj-ohry two, things; tb'keep, in meeud, and
they'll searye us for.here andX hereafter ;
one s-a I ways .to haveuh'e fear of the Laird
before our ees, tnat ?ill do for hereVlcr $ &
the. t'other is to keep; your booels open,
and that will do for here.. ."' , '"-'-v
which has fallen ? in this place since the
firsVday of September last, is as follows
September," ;A . Inches.S'
; ,;v October,-' . -'l.'S"' :
- November,'," - - 1.2V' J
December, ; " ,t 2.8.-
. . January '-' " 3.2 .
pn Salurday thel0th - inst. - the; Therr
doors', sfbod- at 9.5 of Fah renheius scale
Th e r c ol des t ' wea the r -vthat, h as j occu r red
since the membrjT of-the present : inhabit
tants was in1815, when. the.-Tiierhiome-ter
.exposed about 'sun-rise,; Stood at 8.
.The n vers at this; place were, frozen' oer
and aftbrded ' good skating.-Lawon, Zi n
his History of Carolina 'mentiuosa-xradi-''
tion ofthe I ud ians, that .about', 100 y ea rs
before his time, the- Sounds: ; were frozen
bver.. Snows which t were'- fpriiierly fre
quent hereKarenbw rare.v'On . the whole
it appears that our vvinterst are srbwi n?
Guilder t:The? changes'' of - tern perature.
howe ve are vfrequent - and violent. -r-tn
genraljv'burweathervls determined "by
the i course of the wind.v? An Easterly, wind
com inonlyj brings.' rain f and yariWesterly
na,as geoerauy ensures us lair weamer.
North wind brings cold vweather, and a
ingscoiajveainer, and a
i,V. The North-west m
-: - --v-.c -r..j
uth wind wans
is thought the coldest prooably b-
cause parU.M of the qualities of the two
points bet weeri which 1 blows: .lViwan
tells us that the Indians called the N. V
the cold wndtfew. Succt.j
V; rFor- SaUvtir R6ht. ' .
fpHA-TiValuab!ersfand W FWetteville Street -
l.r, recently occupied as a Grocery, ; by-Alioi
Sims, and former Iv bv John V . finnL-A a a r-
Ifectionary Store. Apply to .
RAleigh $6th 'Jan'y. j I . : 42.
,V for sjilk
ir-rr Shares of Stock, in the State Bank of
ft.r -North-CaroHna, for which bonds with irood
security,; will beeceived in navment. Purihr
partiCuUr can be learned pn application at this
Jan, 27, 1829.
Twelve or Fifteen 1
TALUABLE NEGUOES 'for sale, in the vi
T .emity of Jtaleigh; Apply to the Printers.
24th Janl829.j C - . . 41 '
v-T..l'-ca.tjO.te Of : 1 eiltlCSSce. -'
Hardin County Cou rt, Nov; Term; 1 823. V
; JiobertMcNaify et ah
Boyd JlcNairy.et;al. heirs of J.-Hamilton, dec.
riwortn-tjarolina: tlt:i ordered bythe Court.
xnat inis praer, wun tne suDstaiTce-Ot the com..
and that the last publication he made at, legist
30 day s previous to t he next term of this Court,
'and if the Defendants do not answer the cm. '-.
' . plaint, the case be set for hearine exparte. and J
heard accrdingjly ' at the next terin of thia
COurt A true Copy.'-' k'-;t ';..:. .t.
;;v"Ir?vY!s h. boyle, cik & fast.
The: substance of the complaint is,! that there
is a tract of 1000 acj-es of land granted to the said
John Hamilton; lying in said, county of Hardin,
which waa'in the life time of ,the said grantee,
given: tcrjtheCpmplainantsr;tOthe; exclusion of
the other heirs, w hich said gift is prayed to h e :
confirmed, and a Jeal title to the.said land vet
ed in. the Complainants in pursuance of the.'jjifK ',
ONj the2na Monday inlarch next; will be .
soldat the Cvurt HouseiaSr.owhil!, Creenc
county, he folio wip; tracts of land or so ro iich
thereof as will be svifficienttbjpay tax due there-'
on, foe the years 1824 and 1825, and cost of ad
vertrsin, (agreeable to act of Assembly, 1B27
tia KMmtj j
250 acres given in by rihoa Carr, for 1824 & 5
Jesse Murphrey 1824 &. 5
200 do i
30 : do
f Maf. Murphrey : ,185
Cath'i. Porter 1824 & 5
Spiers'Murphrey - r 1825
"Vm. Rauls -1824 &. 5
', '-Jas. B'Hookeri J824 & 5
. Aug. "Williams 1825
: John Huff 1824 & 5
; Wm. Kasberry . 1824 8c 5
Henry Bell ; , 1825
: Mary Coward ; 1824 & 5
Wm. Farmer 1824 & 5
Ben. HartsfieidU; 4825
; do v
280 x do
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I'Ope Albntton V : . 1 825
182 1 dd
Itichard Li Tison .
vj phathart' iKason
Lemon. E sin .
thy Stephen EaioiC Giardlari, Sec.
; Frahcis TOraen 1824 & 5
?S t EUztJTh!g-pen 1824 & 5
do : for Clara Thiprpen 1824 Sc 5
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' -:; In Efjuify-Fall Term, 1823. - ?
. Avi .William E. SluRe-Compiamaijt.t-
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George W., Gary, Robert r.'.WlL. Perkins1 and:
o, s- Stephen Burrows, Oefenda.iti.' . '
IT appearing to the satisfaction cif, the Court
.thar Robt,.F. .W.lI. Perkins resldei beyond
the limits of this;State ?: II is rdered by . ths
Register for 3 months, that unless he appear by
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ex pari t id to him;Vv i ;r
Witness, ;.lidmund :B.: Freeman," Clerk and
w ON motion of 'the CompUinants, and it ap
peajpingfto the sitisfaction of Jthe Court, that i
" the Defendants are all citizens of the Stf e nf r
tne :4th Monday after the 4th Monday in Sent
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