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are the. plans of fairi deli ghtfiil peace9 v :.--,
' fUnwarp'd by party rage to live like brothers.
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4 W Pabliihed erery.TTiMtiATjana PBATr by
; 'At fit '!iflr peT-aniivmhalf in Advance
t i.ADVERTlSICMENTS ,
times foraTJollar; antwemy-nve mSv.wi
verv succeeding publication t $hose ot greh
r lengthen the same proportion...lCoMwt7
iriciTTOTrs thankfully wceivediLBTraHS to
the Editors must be post paid.t i , ' ;
From the Netf-England Galaxy
; Avhder-the 1 most : appaUins: circumstances.
was neveri:seen: iaaDunaKr,tii
Messed by the officersf 'purSta Prisori.
Jnlhe 'great rebellfpr : .which occnrred about
ti ve yearsince;- Three conVlctsJiad been
Sentenced umler thb fules of vthprisoo. to
fbrt 6f ine5of the: otherpHnera door
Jiad been opened iuidiaow
tbe :wardehs lbdgerwith thstree;rh
tuatiori nearShigroundandnrthis all the
" tools asfthey could t seize! in passing throf
the" workshops .XhWeif-ha.bCr;:an4'
chisels, with every vaneiy ui ,uvi
of strength; vileness ariti ;taient, -inai cat
hunllbe ; equalled oo earjh en.achoMg
tbVt:'faed brig ndslof I t'a.ly B Men of aU
v ages and characters, guilty of every yane
tv of inlamous crimes, dressed in the mot
'w ley and reculiar rb
and dispfaving tKe wild and demoniac ap
pearance inat aw;iy pi-riiu w
ed' wretche?,Vwere gathefred, tpgetherfor
the; surgeon arid soirie other oflBctrs oft the
m iinn wpre , TJierc r ..iicirii"v,-j. .
uUrrned at the cbnsequehces likely to en
- jiue frtnn the:cnflict necessary to restore
irder. iThey huddlecl togetneri anu couiu
A- Scarcely be said to consult, as the stoutest
? antobg them lost alUpresen9e of mind in
overwhelming lear. ? Tlie news spread r
piillr fnrotigh the town, and a subordinate
v VurVied:30 tUeene
r' col iecteij Jto the midst of the officers. The
f must nui table tempered and mildest man
inuvefrimeot was inHhs hour vi peril the
firnVMt': He instantly despatched a re-
' quest to Msijor Wainright, commander of
Cthe marines st atione in he riayyyard, for
aistance'and xlHared his purpose to en-
- ter into th e hal I , and t ry the force of firm
4 dememr arid persuasion upon the ? enrag-d-multitude.
Alibis brefbren exclaimed
1 f against ari attempt sr full pf hazartl but
irt vaini -Thi-y offVred him arms, a sword
ridpitolsbut-he refused them and said
he had;no fear,f and in case of danger arms
would do him no service : and alone, with
only a snial 1 rattan, which was his usual
walking stick,; he advanced into the hall
to hold X parley with -Hie; selected, con-preo-ated
and enraged villains ofthewhole
commonwealth. -is? , j':';
"CHe derhaniled their purple inlhus'com-
- of their three comrades. - He sanl it was
1 m m w - mm w
I w possi bl e- tKe rules' of the prison must be
enbw-ced, and Ihey ttst; submit. Xf; the
;f h i t ot s u bin i 4s ion, they d re w a little near-
er together, prepareq tneir weappo-ior.ei;r.
vice, and, as they were uiiniyseen in uie
- other end, of the hall by tfiose whoibsery,
ed, from .the. gratings; that opened up to the
; day,aijinore appalling sight cannot be con
'ceived, nor one of more moral grandeur,
that than that "of the . single man standing
wiinin meif grasp, anu exposeu 10 w.ioiu
v limb from litnb instantly; it a word or look
should! add to tne" present intense excite
7 timst cpnge rbus k
in noise and y iufjrecatibn
only in the dark looks and strained nerves
that, showed a deep determination.' . The
'fo fti ce rex ptistu 1 a tetI.;UH e rem i hded them
. of thej:u tier p. hopelessness -of sescipei;that
the -ItM win : was alarm etl , Vji nd tha tt t h e'gor
yertiihentut the prisnn would' submjt to
liothing but ;uncdnditionar surrender. He
aid that' a 1 1 those: who would ; go quietl v
: awav'skbuld -be-ibrgiven fur this oftence :
bt that ifeyr
Cm 1 est no wernQUgrilwouil ;be obtained
to ePtorce tliei feguiatipns-i ot, thefpnsori.
w'ou i d be? kl 1 1 ed r tHaVde th?- wbu I d be be t-
" man suciijuuu i?Biuuct) ohm m man
lottK anci .lone wuicil ueapciw nu kiuuiu 1-
iUie'rjurbse theyUdeclaredthat nbt
vtaa temittet!;Atthis period oiidcp
iinol theif Cevil pisstbiis- seemed tube mitre
mainel,-anu orjeir iwo.oiieretfc w. yeavroy
- J ust:taiiih1mb
v REBELLION IN THE STATE, r tub UJM.
lfA more impressive exhibition of moral
ni.rirViinnojifl Ito'lhe wildest ferocity.
pons,' were m tbe hanas i ierocn.us "pirus,
who rera wn:away from their; encroach
tnents on ctetylofming
wiuuttft f rum ihe tomuiencement or me tu- ajieryf ewwa
ij it,'iioIiicer74a ieiiate;Wereprese
iJtidiiwU ,erU wit'ii grcqa cloth, :mih & ..t'btefi-!
for succour,', filing bytfie small u pper lights.
Vihut?anyi apparent-anxiety, he had re
peated ly 1 urned his v a tten tin :tp; t heir ap
proach, and now he" knew it was his only
time to escape, before' a Conflict for life be
c f nV, s, was ex pected, -; one f. , L the most
larU nd dreadful in the, world. t':He; step-1
pe,d s 1 4w I y , ba c k w a r d ; st i 1 1 u r gi n g i h e"m to
departi.beorj-the. office rs were, driven to
use thej last resource of fire-arms, J When
within jtbreor four feet of the dhnr, it was
opened and closed v instantly vasain, as he
sprangthroughVand was - so unexpectedly
restored to his friends. : J . ; v
M.j ,Wainright was r?qiiested ..to order
his Jmento fire downunon the convicts
through ' :the windows, . first with ? rwiwder
ana uen with o;m, imi tney; were, wining
to retreat ; but he look a-Ver'and nobler
course! relvinr on the. etTec'r which firm de-
term ma i ion wouiu nave u pon meu, ,suLvtu
ticaJ lyj situated. N JHe ordered .the d opt! to
be a gai ri ope n ed, A aridm Wclijecl j n yf t -t h e
head of J t wentyr: thiftjeawhofiled
th rouffh the passage aria formed. at the end
of theii hi I 'opposite theo?bwdrrnninls
n until ea toetner a it ne oiner. ;e.sia ieu
tfiat: he as empoW e red to Jqu el I the re be I -I
io that- he wish ed ito avoid rshedd i ng
W od bu t that be should not q uit;, the ha 1 1
al iy e till. every; con vict had returned tohts
d uyl jThe seemed balancing the strength
bfheitwo arties;i;and re)ied that some
nf thein Were re'siH v to die. and onlv Wait
ed for an attack to see who was most now-1
ertui. swearing tnai iney,woua ngni to inei
Ut unless -the flttgging was remitted; for
they would not submit to su
ces,' and vthat
ih the i nrisohl Malor Wairiri
to shnifik from the foremost exposure.?
I ney Knew mat tneir nutnoers wouiu per
mit them to bear "down jand destroy th
handful df marines,affer the first discharge,'
and before' the peices could be reloaded. -
Again tney were oruerea to retire ; out
they answered with more terocity than e-
. . -1 . . . - . . . . I
ver-.: j, 1 ne ruuiines were oriereu 10 iukc
their aim so as to b sti fe;& ki II as many as
possible their guns were presented--tiot
a prisoner sti rred, ' e xcept " to. grasp more
nrmiyinis weapon. still uesirous to avoid
such a tremendous slaughter as Jnust have
fol lowed the d isaharge : . of a single gu n,
MJoruWain right advanced a, step or two,
and even spoke more than before, urging
them to depart. : .'Again, and while look,
ing .directly at the muzzle of the. guns.
which; they; had seen loaded with balls
they declared their intention to fight it
out.' This intrepid officer then took out
his" watch, and told his men to- hold their
pieces aimed at the convicts, bat not to
fire t)lj they had prders 5 then turning4 to
the prisoners, V he said; vou must leave
his marines rtb load their pie
thev might n,ot: be suspected of tritling, , The S
each ivas made to hold upto view the bulf I heard, h.
iei wmcii e ttiirrwaius pui. in us-guu. r cultivation, apout OU.
l hisonly caused a grow of determination, ton crop. From 53 ac
anu litf one uieiiwieu r-aeeiueu; utsposeu. i made aoUU I uS,ratn
this rall lshall give youthree minutes tohhat the sugar " iniarru fact u red 'by.
decide at; the end of that if aman remains
Jie shall be shot dead.' ; No situation of
greater interest than this canbe conceivedi
At. one. enu r tne nail a teariut multitude
most desperate nd powerful men
- i . , . , . -. .- t. .- . :
in creatmn,waiting the assau
a 1 1 1 ne i ma no 10 nirin inpd mpn. wmrinv
witn arms presented, and ready, upon the Ucre cm yield 1500 bs. of sugar ; each
I east j motion Or sign, ti bgiti the carnage Inland of sugr is worth at least 6 cents
n tneir impoingcmmander, hobU Then i-deductl'.even twcnthirds off the pro
ing his wtch, to count the lapse of three fits, which is a much nVger deduction than
tuiuuics, gtf i reprieve io nic uvea
of .uulb7rs' ? No poet or painter can cortT
ceivet a spectacleof 'more dark andterri-
bie. sublimity no human heart can con-
cc.,AcLrs,8ltaatjon 01 nioreappitng; suspense,
m. xr uiiiiutca mu v r a urf suu n iiiuaie
Was moved not a sound was heard in thelerous soil : we only Want the
unwonxea stillness in me prison, except!
' ' ' ' j i : . i ' .t .
the laboured .breathings of the infuriated
wretcnes as tney oegan to pant, between
fear and revenge, at the expiration of two
m thief Arii nr rlairh id 1 1h ' itnKl m Ka1 . M a '
mi u.m imi uiiuicilWU ; r TCBj
two or three ot those in. the rear and npsr.l
Ai- i. -: - : ,
5ui-tt , ic ; iuiiuwcu ine example
d roppi ng ou t qui et ly and
Kofiv-' KmIF tlif iaaf tniniil
rv ntwn tvac rrur nv tup nxnir. unn rriurii
ed for ' anextt, andt the hail wras cleared as
i f byta magic . Xh u s ; th a t ead y - firmness
7"" "" : " r .':' vr-r v
o t mora I force, anu me, strong enect or i e
most savage ine n, and su ppressed a seen e
of carnasreS which would have instantly
We heard this related sometime since
,U , ail, vj w hivj(j, H .vj , in vr.
seresVotJUeciures; on; no w leuge r-at.tne.
eib wti ctt auu i torVJfbt'wi t h a ndi ri ef! the
intl ene g'iqofe:
cram in ed , the boxes wWrefrii elteWd fi Ue
Ue jarucu iar may not oet n exact acco
a nee !w.thUlie:facU.6wino
..r : U. a iUT- ui in si I r.-. ?- - rrP v" WI" V1 dependence ot the United
stated.; ;rouill bserVe:if' , he replied, --For ' Salvor, Rentf"'
MMimPmm pln5U??bei?rV Nil Xcently occtipied as a Groieryi by Allep
MlS&y. pyP'iC'l . -t?! 2'vlV: thei year the nights are long: and tedious; Sims, and formerly bvJohn F. Goneke.'a&aCot
1 Iiast evening thii lady cp
glass of water and :uri sperm; candles :ti
macn.i jxcny at tne nour of seyen,; she
m-de her appearance, : attended .by Mf.
Jehnings.. She iwa clresed in a white:
robfi w i i h som t h i n g , i k e 'a tu n i c th rawji
oer hJeji'-8houlderflFinJJinlf1s atmos
pheresomewhat co!d,he procured a browri
cloik, 'and Wore it' around her jshouiders
during Ihe whole of her lecture. f . ?
. vTht audieqce; wast uncommonly qu,iet?
orderly & rVspectable in their deUirtinent;
The introduction" was a l choice pit of re
proach ;and sarcasm' upon us: t drors.
. Don't ; span; the .rascally editors, said
some one,? and spare us she . did not.l It
w as f n u c h re I i sh ed by t h e' a u di en ce, a s
q nics agiinst xne editors always are.;
probably--hrf-l the" principle of v retributive
justice or something else. The i scorn ivith
which - she treated all a ttemnts t nut her 4
dowri . wais as bitter as a ton of
rtressed in the f;Fink s gold sni
diepce.ttPk their fiftjcents'C wrthrof
knowledge nd eloquencef a cod offwtm
u? Vta. beindAiup)jand went
New-York but she w.aes the? war -man-
more slie is assailed, the more:fehe; is at-1
VIv :r'1,T I
.y i lore, a weesiy journal ca
, -i . 1 - t.. v
- LOUISIANA SUGAR: CROPS.
has' the f ilbwu;fiitte1ng : par4grapri in
relation tp the sugar crop ; j . 1
ugar crops, as
far as -we have
iVe been irood.
- Mrs; Sile has in
acres besides her cot-1
res of cane she hai l
er more than ; less ti
slieicalc'tdates on makih? abouf
Crei or rat bed more than a hogshead.-and
lh:ilf. ratitior th'e hWtihead'. oailat; i mnrin
ihs; UmL Holers has a so-cu livated a
large crop, which, it is Said.. wi-l vie!?f; at f
- . c . . - ! I
t east, v hogshead and a ha!f to ihe acreJl
Gen. G.jFl;tmc, abddt 6 or 7 miles north
of us, is emh:if king very'.extensrv'ly in' th
cultivation of the cane. Judge Kiagvatsb
is commencing :i. similar esiablish men t! at
These two establishments will be in
completeand no doubt, successful, oper,-
tiori nexyear ; and little doub, can be
e tertamed that,' wnh ordinary good luikilh
t hey wit I j realize "the most sanguine vxpec-
ration. --vm.-- orownsun's cane
crop at 1
ijaiaytne, less -man nan a uegree soutn 01
us. will" be very productive., Mr. Bc.wn-
son has. vested a' large capital in the sugar
1 ."I ' 1 , M L' ; ' i 1 I " 'S - I
Business ine nas erecieu tnis year, very
cosily iwdrks, which have j ust
tmeralionl . We are credihlv '
Malli wilUmore than defray the expenses of
of these wbrksV I Those results will lesse n
u r wonder at the ra pid i ty with Whicli'the
Uuar n anter amasses riches. Kach Ha-
a . l.-- . t- - r ' . - - t " -
b ,Urer iu;hU fields will make abnuallv, be
of all expenses,
i r i. a h.n.i on hviia' in' c. u
necessary, ror,tne inrerest or tne capita
vested and all the current expenses, and
thimost moderate result will belas above
stated. The cultivation of this great sa
pie will' be;, vast! yr-'.profitable, on ; the-1 labds
I aooui us. nave an aounuance or gen-
I ' i i . . - . .--'!, t- -. ;J ,
The lRndness of Pro vidence.
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Some days ago, at a dinner
I ,: I " ' ' . O -. : Lr- r i ,
rH iirvrtr tnfinle or, tko o.. kr.,
, -! - ; . J .. . . - . t v ?. -
I ua pica iu i a von i (i e m; v i n is point ueing
flr pmii.Aa: ; ai...
1 . 1 j
less rouu and soptnmg n ure.
'JX es.' .tyu riquif ed ;.a-,:'gent
posite-t PdVT ; will you reconcile jrour thH
- Z !' - VllV,'
pense. etvvt, facts seemed xactly to
balance each itheri andthe; whole
nv were exnertinV tfieLaWunVot
u ... ' ii : t 11
that; by; day the; reflected light tsCseldornJ
Viriff fiAinonaau kAi m'tiir' ' ,iAlrl : tinno'k
-rr.. I given up, or ; tne; grouoa changed whe
winter's ; night
tV -How Jdrstressingf
continued- d.rkness, I
would be ' such lon-cor
in,thefc' midst of .coldand storm'S'I
thinlc, therefore, tht" the. gwdness'of God
is s not I ess . mani fest i n gi v in to ;ano w a
brilliant whiteness thin-in '-clothing vegeta
tion with, a liyerr.bf retn-: ", ,
; T)i e1 obj-c t or a cq u i esc ed a n d all seemed
impressed with the. thought'", thavrsi rice.' we
see,.p much of. thellivine 'benefice'nee
W? oughtl wayst" presume thatany iridt
cafions to the contrary are: only apparent
and ;might easily be explained were our
knowledge as'Xxtensive as bur curiosity.'
Ingenious device V he followiug curious
story told of an old lady living inBuck
inghajtishire. ; tSome time' ago the husband
of this ancient dame lied without makinht
will, for, the want of which very necessary
wy from his widow, had she not resorted
to thfe folltiwingexperiment vto avert "the
loss of the property. ; She yconcealethe
death of her husbd,?and ; prevailed.Upon
an' - bldi - Hoofer,
person somewhat like the aeceaseedto
A K0.i f har hnn .mt iwkhh0 : Kf.n in
a wtllf jeaving iherwiuowrtheesr
fatu ?n niiP!if!nn:vAh!i.rnpVi;if
lor!' to, draw up the writing, vrtie?;widu
who on his "arrival appeared in great affl.i.
t ion at he r good m a n dange ri begi n to a sk
qu estions of her pre te nde I - husba nil ca t Cu-
lated to etiqit the answers he expected n1
desired; The cpblergiWnlrig ulbucl; and
1 ookin g as mi uchl ik e,a pe rsori gtdpg toive
up . tne gngst ;as . spos-iDie. v.; ifeoiy ,o
swered ,V I intend to leave you half'nW
estutes,rand I think 'the poor old shoemaker
who lives opposite is ueservmg tne,: otner
half, for-he. has always ib-'en a ioneign
oour."s . l ne widow was tnumierstrucK a
receiving , a repiy;s.ciriereni to tnat wnicri
lared not rif native : in
f loo-dog the, whole
of the i proper Vi while, the fjd rogue in bed
who wns hims.df iht nnr nld shiieihker
hvin? onnosite lauhd in his sleeve. Ind
r i . . . .
divided with her the - fruits of a project
which the widow had intended lor her sole
ibenefit. ---J7wc Gazci
Behit-Ideal cf a Labourer --The follow
iig advertisement appears in CobbetV s Re-
I want three; or fnur laboring
men for the' winter, at 3 per wt-ek, board
ed and lodged in.myjariu .house. , loev
must be single iuerifoung;vst!-ut, know
w to do work upon a farm, anl willing- to
rise early, to keep home steadily, and to be
at all,' tims, sober. None need apply . if
v'cy inve ever iiveu a wet'K, at aiiy,oiie
time, within fortv mites of Lvnctan. I nfe
fr men fi oin an part of Wiltshire and fr in
l i rui nv:is oui i oojeci. jov no county.
m.T ' .. . II X ' t . W 1
proviut'o ine parties nave, not . iiveu wimin
the abov distance from London;' and have
been" in farm servTce, or farnr-work aAr
1 u the s priii2. the men... ra a v go a-
w y, if they hk-; ind indeed they rri y qit
my service whenever thl'vlikeri beihspit;
lfb, r:y to a nt pavihr them whenever -I
i . mi a - i - - . - -. . - . .
like. : N B. No inan needcome.lunless he
ha ve a smock-frock on hts'body, and nail-
i tri cimau iiiuin tnu tut "
State of rth-Cariliuv '
. WASHINGTON VOVSTYAt
Is EaciTi. Fall Term,- A. D. 1828. ;
'-'' ;--i-Frileyjjo,nea.';-;N-'C v 'vl1-"'..-,-'-T
. , .... I ! . .; -. - - t? - . - i- : . t
William Jones', Thomas Jones' Jane Jones, Tho:
mas it. Smaw and Nancy his wife, Charlotte
. Jones, by Levi Fagan. her Guardian, arid Fri
; ley Jones bV VWm. ' Facan Sen.; hi Guardian'
IT appearing to the satistaclion of thecourt,that
: Tliomas Jones resides1 without the imits.of
thef State : It 1 ordered .that pubheatioo Kejmade
tliree months in theRaleigh Reeister, that un-
i le.is he appear and answer, at the ;.ne.xt' Superior
, v Court. of Kquity to be held 'for the County, of
next, Judgment pro confesao wiU '.b'e taken
againsrhimi "t , ;. :,;iTestt'.v -rtQ-' .V-
JGQHLrVfV CMTi. C.
State of ortli:CarplihaV 3:
" Superior Court of LawOctober Terra 1828. t
b . ; Wilham Hick tvlizabeth : Hicksi.
': Petitioo for Divorce.' - u','-
TT appearing1 to the aatisfactron of the Court
that VtiVvkotU I4lb-a K. rllr,mrlin nnl i.n
mnbiunt of this State f it'U theivfore Ordered
ton, on the SdMonday afier the 4t ftlorKlay iii
Mafch ext, then amUhere to answer, plead or
:r: -.if.. i
V pro cohfesso &ad adjudged accordtoj
'itness, James lorrist'(.lerk of pur said
rii Witness, James Morris, '(-lerk of our Said Court,
at otnee tbe 3d. Monday alter. tbe,4th ' Monday iii
tue .iKa year qi xne in
AMks MoRnis: cik.
of Stock; in the State; Bank of
for which bonds' with good.
I SeCUTliy. '
.. . .
received jn pavment.s " "r urlhet
. Jan. 27' 1829.
NOJRTk'AM REVIEVrV '
. , : v fnR.VAvniinv- 1
. 1 Conteriti of No' 42. - V -
Article I.-The . ijcline bf, Pbetrr.Lcrd .
Byron and his. Contenihoniiies j villi Ueclleo
tions ..of the.Authar'sXlfend his to Italy.
Ih s ScandanavUn Mycology; Poetry ad lii;--
v.H.,. Austin L!fe of irry- Tte life cf EU
bridge Gern4 with contemporary loiters, to the
Cftose of the Americaa Rev dilution. By James T.
Austin. . , J . , ' -- -
' IV' B"oeraphv-.of a German hi fKrtTe i
lohn. Wa, ahas von DorringlN Fragments of mr
Life and Time. - :. ' n -
J T. Flint's Geography ,nd IHstory of theVTes" '
ern -SUtesA -condensed Geoffe "jihy Es History
oTthe VVesrerii. States, or tneisissippi VoUcy4
By, Timothy Flint. , V-iv ' . - . -
1 Vi: Irving'i Life'orColumbus.iLA History ct
l?efft4Voyagea of Christopher Columbus. 1
ay vasningion Irving. 1 - V 4 , It-' v
VII. The-Ebistle to the" flelirewV
mentaryon; the Epiitle to the ljebrews. Bv ' :
' - "Jrl--r 1 ne. Present state of Haytl, witfl
Remarks on its Agriculture, Contmerce, lLaws, '
Uehgton Finances andPopulationW By Janios
Frdnklirii; ?SL--:kr; ' -.':A--- L. l -' ;.!- '
IX. The.Biltimore: and Ohio jRalli rimH.--t.
Report of the: Enerineerss Off the R(rnnnntc((inra ,
and SurytyV ;uV in reference to'the Baltimore :''
aod Oliid Rail fastf. :K i
Second Annual Report of tKe Preaklrtt an?l
D irect ora'bf the S tockh olders : and First Anmnl i-
tteport of the Board of Engineers $o the Board of -
'!Vcvll,I,s Ul l"c xjaniuiore ana Ofuo llml Road
v Wvrv n'k Historical. Wqrl-1 History cf '
the States, of .Antiquity - Fro.m: the Germati' of
il. L. Heeren. v --t . : ,-..4 .-.- v -1
2Hiv.tory' ofl he .Political System of Eurinie :
an-i its Colonies from the IkWnrnrin,'...
to tbe Independence of the American Continent. v
v roin;ineborman of A..H.-L Heeren' : "
: Xt. Sim..n Bblivar.--Histcm tie la ReyolucTon
e la Republica de Colombia. For Jose XT.u,i
XII. Saxe Weimer's Travels XiTraveU hW
North America. dunne- tht? Wp i'.;n , . v
By his Highness, Bemhard, Duke ofaxe-W;;
Quarterly Ust of New Publications." ! ;
v. Just received and for sale by
. v'i"':-' ; ; " .J.;-GA1
. .To be draWn 17th of February li29. .
-V'v; '810,000 . ' - S300oi" W
v , ; : - v.m,46q . 1; 000 Ki te
; ' : . . JOOO- x 5 of k j :5O0 V
:10ofl50 36 of ,:ior3U;U
Besides SSO, S15, S10 and g5, "
WholeiTicketi S5- Halyes g2 50. Quar-
RICflMONt) DOCK LOTTEItY No. i.
v-10 Deurawn at Richmond 2nd of ilurch. 1
; . 5510,000' : , '83000.
-f 1 ,460.. of i 000 :
: V f --j 5 nf 3 bo 1 0 o f I 1 50
Besides R40. . RS0. 9&n. -
Whole tickets 85 Halves ' 2 50- Qukr
& CONNECTICtXX STATE No .
To be arawii 13tb of March, r : ' i
' JTV a
Jh Of ;52,500 - s
ivSQOry. ' 6 . 4 . 3,500 , . ''
.Wr"0Q,V.4 ; ,;
Besides 830, 820 815, 88 and 84-
WholeTickets S HalvesiS f
r-:f Quarters 8 1 ; '
T .'All orders addressed; toYates" ,fc JTcIntyra
Richmond Va or Charleston.S.CaroUnA. .-
,f S .Yates & Mclntyreliave hidihe pleasure
f selling and paying 2 prizes of 10,000-1 of
4,0002 of 200 and 6 tf 1000 with a few weks
past tor chances in the aboye jLottteries adress
v :i v 1 YATES & XTrl?aTVirP.. .
I Shall offer for ssle at the - Court Houie ia - v
Wadesborough, Ahwm; Cauht v. on the 31st ;
day of March nextthe followiVi tracts of Land '
thereon for tbe years 182& & 1827 with costs.
150 acres listed by Treasy-Turnec m the wa- . ''
ters of Urowh creek. ' ; ' - ' t . ' ;
do do Levi Pearce do Rocky River." ;
-: o0 . d do Win.Mclhtyre;jr.do do v ; ,
50 do doVm;MIn!re;srdo
lv0-do do LewisM'lntyre, do : , "do ' ;
300 "dovdo Ahner Ilea'ch . do Lanes' 'creel: . f
100 do do Matthew RunixriaErado -do ;
y uo uo noorn ijtiaritit ao savannaa ?
y ' 4 creeld - -r-vs -i y.: , -:
6a-do do George AT. f Self do . RichMaoas -
creek.;- ':'v-r-fir;U.V-)' :. -.v--'- - .''.
75-0 do Arthur Sykes do do da ;
ioa . aoqo jesse isarnet ao1 - ao x , - xio .
150 3o doBenj.yBraWwellf'do? Gcurdvine
do do Wade BraWell 'do' - do ' -" 5
348,do do Jeptha Gulledge rioJLick Branch .
268 : do do" WTine Iu-ram do Thorn psons cree!c " ;
? .150 do do Riley Mriss: - vllailev ferrV Road; V
; 300 'do. do Isaiah "Slewartdo Davcrdam "creek.
,800 do do; Daniel Slay T do jfcnt-s creek. c
a r rA - - a . - ' v-. - ,- - - i
,ow apaovra. & liarcty May do Jones cfeelr,
i 400 da hot listed owned by Hartley do
, 150 do dp Willis VorIey idd '.ompsbrt'a creek.
.37 dolo John Aulrydo V"do 4 i dQ "
r28 do do iGatsey Barber do Pinc'r prlit creek. '
'-T.4'do: dp A!ex'.:: Dah'l. M'Rae Go!i-Minc'. "
t iTpCTOR FABITJ J, II AY WOOD ;
;0"AS Teraovcd tbthe; pper apartraent cf th?
Ii Store occupied ,ty H itfiims k Uiyv.'ooJ,
vuere ne may xiways'bs ttsi LToI