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JBY ; ATJTJHO RLT Y:
Untoa of ienl$t9 State?
An act making Appropriations -for. -budding light
; J houses, and beacons,-and. placing buoys, and
?",:fi)r improving harbors and directingsurveys
t Be it enacted by the$ JSenale:andrsHouse
cf Representatives of j the ;,United States'of
i America in Congress assembled . Tlat the. I
lollOWlDg appropriauuns jUe, ' aiiu:iiie , same
are hereby,4 :lttfcde"ldllectedtoe:''pad,,
ou t of a ny money - tn the) Treasu ry, .not o -theVwJieWppoprfadtp',enab.
retary of cthe Treasury ta providently con
tract; for- building lightshouses erecting
. beacons, and plrtCing4buoysr6n the folio w
ing;S?tes and shoals, to-wit K lS
' ;State bf Maine t Five thousand dollars
for ti-lighthouse on the most eligible,site on
an island called .Mount Desert Rock ;
i --Five' thousia nd dol larsfor' one on Hen
"drick,s Heitcla point of 1andnear themouth
-f Sheepscot! river; or some place'Jn i th
vicinity i and, , . 4 -: ytfflu- -
? Two thousand dollars forr jpVer and
bell atiWhilehend point..., j .y V -r'
State of.Npw 'Hampshire r Ten. thousand
five buodred dollars, inaddition jto appro
priations heretofore made; for j building' a
1 i irht house' on a iedger of rocks caljed . the
' Vhale's4Back near the harbor of Ports
Tnouthi , VN - . , 1 v r" .V"1-
,Three hundred dollars, for placingitwo
"buoys, onVron Kit tTs rocky , and -one on a,
rock iu Pepcrell's cove in Portsmouth har
bor. V -;-.''t.l,4",.4:1W-;vr :r
State of if assachu set(s : ;T wo th ou sand
" d ol I arsT for th e e re q ti oti of a' mo n u ine n t on
the' eastern point qT the harbor of Glouces
' Onei hundred dollars Jot placmg' two
buoys at or near the samen harbour ; and.?.
- Four hundred dollars for & spindle .to be
: placed on M inois Ledge, i GiAasset Itock,
a beacon n Spi t 'Sk nd , a nd a bji oy jbl I ed ge
calledi Toddy Rock, at or.near-the harbor
.of Boston. ; - vx ,: ' , .
r s Twelve hqhdrel dollars for erecting a
monument on ar ledgeof rocks without the
harbour;of.Swampsait,v or Tn , the vjcinity
of the same j Jan'd "fivp hundred dollars for
plating -a Spindl e'o n t Lo n e Tocfc," a n d -si x
eoar buoys on; rocks alrid le'dge's i the pas
sae between the Vineyard Sound and Buz-
' zaniV Pay.o;, ;'f;- .
; Five hundred dollars for placing - buoys
"'and monuments on rocks and shoals in An-
jsquam harbour, in tfloucesfer t ; ; v p
' . State, of - Rhode uland i Six . hundred
tlol lars for' i x Ju oys aiid a spind Ie on: the
" folfowini sites tbvU:onev,onaVledge,'of
rocK ejist oi i5renion;s -roinu -.in tueuarMwr
:of Newport one :6p Apld';lRockoutir
east. of Rose .island, one' onthe extrtetne
fioi th poiiK'of Rose Island; one on-Dyer's
, Rock, northeast of; Uoastef s, JHafOor is
' iand,'one"on the ledge jotTthe Bishop Rbck
&. one on. thel ledge north end of Prudence
;jslandi andra spigdle, witlria hall, on the
mckouth end of Jlose lsland ; ';
' '.One hundred andlnfiyrdollars for niacin":
i a buoy at the end of the " shoal making out
j romA i ne 1 1 gn c nou seort-; vjroa i is i a u u . i.yrz v - t
FiVe thousa'nd five hu ndf ed did lars for a
ivest poinrdf Blocklsland. ;", .'
1; 'A n d 1 1 w b . th ou sab if fi ve''hu n d r ed I dollars
. for frxi tig twr btl Is, viz one to; the c igh t
-ihousc on Gu'.l Island, audxNe on the Bearr
' - -State of Connecticut :"Thatthe appronria
tion -of six thousand tvvo . hundred dollars;
tn.Hle by X he act nf th$ first 8essioirofthe
twentieth Conirreis, fr the erei;tiun:of'
. beaoorrliht on'dr'near SpindleRock,- at
lheVipoulh'koFBlackjRock narbbr '',be,
andjhe same is herebydirccted "to be-ap-
plied to t he erection of a bacon. iiistcad of
die. hgm'e beacon' Jght and-' ' v'V rl
;,FivV thusiul;doilars'for ar:Ii
on G rea t Ca pta i t s i sianoy or G reen wi'ch
poiuti or some otlier fit place in;the: vicin
.J-!? M those anentioned j.inr LttngHsl&haV
-vSttte .f New-York : ;Four' thnusancf
. dol Lars for al I i t h o u w v i ft if u dso oh, ri ye r'v
; at FoiirIiles point, oav the : Westrsi?lerof
Fiyi (huusAnd dollar foraJight-'house
tl,e river, and jur mil e$ nf th" of jthe ; ? city
"pf H tnjrioii or atvsum 2 other site" ip , (he vi-
V 1 "r W'!n oix-tiie nrjs, , c.iiicd the 1-. une hundred dollars for making ia sur-
""inerb. at tne isrtws ini.iori'r lsinniu vpv nt int urhur At' KNm on wuh i a.ntinn' nw -iioi-iW n-,nica ,J . - - t . . . i
) Fjve,hundfeddo!bVs for eight -buoys; to
New Inlet,' or ilsvicinity,' in the District
f Ute of Delaware fFivflL thousand : dol
lars forai light housed on prbperLsite ? on
or nearthe northern extremity: of Bombay
Hbok lslanSfJnhe Delaware bay.7
- State " of yireinia;: - Five thousand dol-
lars' k for a.licht house, :or beacon light, at a
point of land at or near cacK itiver point,
"onJhe unesapeaKe Day. . . ;
State of Sout,h Carolina : Six hundred
doll ars for the erection of a' beacon near
the Charleston light house, in1 order; to
tnark the entrance iqt0..tn? channel, com'-
. I tntnrk'AO . ff ff 'fl v t i ft fl O V tt Tt t
three: hundred - dollars r foK - placing three
buoys on proper sites on the Georgetown
State of 'Georgia i One thousand dollars
for placing a buoy 00 -thVbuteredge.of the
shoal called Martin'sUridustry; at;the en
tfance'of Port RoyalSound, or such other
placets shall De uesignatea. . .
.'-State of OHio :7Tliree hundred and six
ty, d oil ars for .six t buoyato bet pi acedl on
proper sites on? th&.nidlle Vgrouod ror 4 bar
at the'-enfrance of Sandusky bay. r ;v
j Eight thousand, dollars to build a" light
house at Cleaveland,on Lake Erie. . v
Territory of Michigan rc Instead of buil
ding the light house, at Qtter.Creek . point,
ay.directed by an .actjof theTfirst session of
thenwentietfirlGongress, ;the srr of five
tjiousand dollars, therein jappropriatedjU
hereby directed to be applied to build one
at .-some Aimer point yr piace, to . uu.uesig
nated in that vicinity. T"
VC EighMhousa-nd dollars for a; light ' house
at a suitable place vpeac Fort 1 Gratiot at
theentrance ofJakjHarpn.' - '
five hundred ' dollars,", in addition " to thi
sum heretofore appropriated, for building
a light house at the mouth of St. John's ri
ver ; and . V - - - - . "
4Eight thousand dollars, iii addition to
the sum heretofore iappropriateif, for build
ing a light house near St.i Mark's "Harbor.
- State of Mississippi': Five thousand dol-
iars ipr a ngnc nouse at or near, ine jrass
Sec 2. wm tft ivfurther enacted, -That
the sums ofv money appropriated by this
section be, and the same are-hereby,' di-
. , .... . , . I , . -- . . ' - " S -: .1.1
recteu 10 De paiu out, oi any money in me
j reasury, , noi. uuicrwise apuruui iaieu,"iiiiu
piaceu at tne aisposmon oijtne rresiuent
of the United' states, for the following spe
cified purposes b'r objects' to wit ; : ' :
- State of Maine : iFive thousand dollars
for repafring'the -pier on. the eastern 6,ide of
the channel, at the entrance or Kennebunk
river ; and 4 ''-" - ; - - -J '
.'Three hundred dollars, for surveying the
ship channel of 'Penobscot - river, ' from
Whitehead to Bangor, and ascertaining the
cost of improving the1' navigation ; of the
same,V and: proper sites for spindles and
buoys. ;j - r -
rv State of New Hampshire ; Sixty dollars
for making a rsurveyof Cochecho branch
of Piscatuqua river, from Dover falls to its
confluence iwith'Piscafuqua,fof the purpose
of ascertaining the practicability of remov
ing onsrrucnons to navigation, oc ine cost.
. State; of Massachusetts j One hundred
ana ei?'uvioiiars lor survevm Norm ri-
ver, between Scituate and Marshfield.to as-
cercai nine e x pe 1 1 e n cyt 01 .. re mo vi ng o d -s
t ructions' at the mOuth of the jaamerand
to make an estimate of the cost ; .
:;; Ofe hu nd red and fifty dol lars for exam
ining.the piers erec,ted at Sandy bay; to
report, tne conuitipn or tne same; anu what
xv or ks -are n ecessa rv to make a irood and
safe harbor, at thatl place, together with
an. estimate orvtne cosi ; -t
? 1 nrtv inousancii uonars lor remnvino
the bar at i the moujth. of the harbour of
Nantucket. r : .i ?
' Two" thousand five hundred dollars for
extending the pier on which the light house
is DUiii, ;ai;ine entrance-'Oi iugartown nar
bor to the shore i and; , ' : - .
' );One hundredtani'filty dollars to survey
the harbor at Bassiver lietweenYarmouth
anu -uennis to asceriamvine praciicaouiry
and expense jofjmplroving the said harbor.
S a ( e:'ofC on ne ctjcui ; S i x thbusa n d an d
dinetyseven Iollars for'JmtiroyingiHe
navigation of Mill river by removingob-
tructions in the said river,- and construe-;
,tiitg suclVvorks aSfwilljpfeyejtlt1 the, sand
from filling un.the channel of the rsaine ;
..CQne huhdrvil anijl fifty dollarsiof rna
k r n g a s 1 11 r v eyp f t he r 1 ve V Th a m e s :w i th a
V i e w tui 1 m pro v e t h v, rfa ytgati on of th e same.
anu tnecot o sucn. improvements.
ftiie.bunij red and; thirty.d6liarsforina
king asurvey of the harboKof,AVestbnK)k,
drar the tnbuthjof Connecticut riverrwfih
a'view toih improvement of the said har
or, aiiU jr ascertaining tne cost of sucn
Light v dollars for raak 1 ng a-1 su r ver v of
s tat oi re n ns ji va n i.i , s k oe ye n n u p u reu
ad "six tyseV'en dollars .j for'placing four
boy in the channet to ,the eastwanl of
tne .naruor.oi p orwaiK, witn a-yiewto .us
JmDrovement.v " r- r ,V-'"2..:,
1 I -
? One 1 h u n d red and fi f t y dol I ars. to 4 place
htlnrnn wlr in T .nnr A-Tel a rtA iSnnml
opposite-Lloyd's Neck.1.; jv y ,j ,M4V
State of New' York : 'One hundred ;and
and fifty dollars for i surveying the har at
me iiiuuiii. ui 'C7ai iiaruir;HU ascertain ine
best method of preyentinffjhe' harbor be
ing fill ed u pt with sa nd, nd th e cost of the
same ; ' -, V . . v 3 t. i -
Thirtythousandfdollars ifor extending
lector laice crie, 10 a point: opposite uiru's
Island. -1 i ' r ' -1 . . 1 -
4 For removing obstructions , at . the en
trance !of the harbor at Big Sodus Bajr.on
Lake Ontario, twelve thousand five hun
dred dollars I v.'-" -Vr.-U'
For the Improvement of the navigation
of the' Gennessee river, in. the rState of
New-York, ten thousand dollars. ,1
i State of New Jersey : One hundred dol-
ars for surveying Flatbeach; alias Tuck-
erV Island, situated between Old and.
New inlet, with, a J view to preservr-the
anchorage ot the port, and to repof ran e,s
timate of the cost of' such improvements
as may be necessary" tol effect; 'those 1,0b-
State of Pennsylvania :lFiveE thousand
dolIaVslfor, repairing the' ; piers at !V1arcus
nooic ; for n I, mg up . the; sluice between
he said piers, and.imprbvinV the ? harbour
of ; Marcus Hook,' by the" removal of ob'
structibns. - , . ' ""-r'rWj' " :
oiaie 01 v ifginia : liignty; aoiiars : tor
making a survey -of. Deep Creek, or branch
of th e South , bra nch of El izabe t h . river, for
mo purpose 01 improving ine navigation 01
ne same,, ana an estimate or. the cost. ..
; State of. North Carolina ; Eightyj dol
ars for making a survey of Pasquotank, ri
ver foremoving hars, or obstructions1 in
the same, and an estimate of the " cost V
Twenty one thousand dol I ars: being an ad
ditional appropriation, for effecting the re ;
moval of the shoals formins obstructions to
navigation near Ocracock Inlet ; and'r 1
wenty thousand dollars torj improving
he navigation of Cape Fear river bet ween
the town of Wilmington and the mouth of
ine jsaiu river.-- . p 1 J
f Two hundred "and .fifty, dollars fori plac-
ig uuuys . ai ,,uir new cnannei point- ar
Gales'i Island noint.- and ' at ithe lower
or.Wallace's Channel in; Pamlico
State of .Ohio5:
Seven thousand five
h un d re d x ol 1 a rs for i m proving" i
tiob of Conneault creek, by re
by removing the
bar at the mouth of theame. : I ' , .
Stat e of. Loui sia na : Two : ' hun d red - dol
lars for-making: asurvey of the entrance of
i ue nvcr xcne, witn a view to improve
ana shorten tne, navigation -of the same,
auu an esmnauer oi tne cost or sucn im
provements, r . 'J- - 1 -.h v r :v.;'j :
Five hundred dollars for making a sur
veyat the passes, at? the mou th of the M is-
sissippi, with a view to improvements in the
navigation, and building light houses and
buoys...-:;, 't r . ; ; ' j . ' "
rotate o: Mississippi. : if lve hundred dol :
lars for placing buoys at PassrChristian."
Five hundred dollars-for, placing buovs
at r-ass,iiarianne. - -
Two hundred idollars - for, making a sur-
vey.or tne waters tract between LakePort-
chartrain and Mobile bay, with a view to
the erection of" flight houses and placing
of bu6vs. , J , . i t : -
State of Alabama'rTwenty thousand dbU
I a rs, the su m req u i red for co m pi e tii i g i m
provetnents in the harbor of Mobile.
. -Territory"' of Florida sf Three .hu nd red
dollars forjmaking a survey of the harbor
of St.(, Augustine, and the bar at or near
uie eiiirance ui ine same, wun a view, to
remove. the p latter, and to render the ac
cess to the harbor. safe at all times, and to
make an estimate of the cost of accomplish
ing that object ; a nd ' V ; 1 ? IS
SixthoUsaiid five hundred dollars for im
proving tne nai oor or ssr. 'Aiarfe's, .by re-
moving obstructions in the same.
Approved 2d March,, 1829.' r
-from the NetvYork Statettnan
f - CHRISTIAN CHAIUTV
The followsngi' passage froml aserbionof , the
Kev. sianeypmunj preacnea nerore tne uor-
;;poraUon",of Bristol, : (Eng.) vrt find ;in the
TGlobe. t ; The sentiments are eminently liberal
; - and just, and;the extract - will J be. read -with
pleasure, as equally applicable to all counlries
' ."and Tall icircumstancea.'
ki 4 Th e rsrsuro ents which Ihave adduced.
in suppnrtiof te" great ypn ncipls:-:4fr:reli-r
gibus(charity ;are, vthat ' violence' upoh.;such
subjects is .rarely orfeVer found .10 be use
ful ; tutgeneraliy to produce effects oppb
siie,toanose wnicn-areinieniiei. x 1 nave
bbserved;:thal ireriiribus sects are .not to' be
j udged fro ml the representatiuhabf uH'eir
enemies-. uuv, inai't.uuj are, 10 .:ui uearu
for ihemservesl TntheC pleadings ?,of- their
best'Write.rsi hut inithe representations q1
tliQSel whose IntemperatezerJis a niisfor
tune" to Jhe sect-to which-thev belooari: If
you wi)l study tlje, principles of your reli
gtiiu sf opponents; -you wii I orten r und j:y ou r
contempt and hatred lessened nn - proporr
tion4 as; y ou are b t teh icq u ai n ted wi tb.
"wKa tyou, despise f-M any religious opinr
1 ons, y 11 1 c n a re ;pu re lyispecu latiye, - are
without -the.' limits oi human interference.i
In the numercus sects of Chris'tiar.it",' in-
forbearance ajid long 'wi (Fering of;,: God.
iwhb'throws lhe Wntle;ofliis,vmerby oyer
an, ana wno. win ,proDa,oiy save,, on yie
last 'day, therpiouslyvright, and tbpious-
ly wrong seeking Jesus l.ihumbleness of
kni o d..;,;Do' pot d rive 'e igioii V sects, to the
ti igraqe (pr to - wiiat - tney. t ooiisniy tnmi(
thfr disgrace) of fornfafly'digavovving tertets
iney? oncc-protesseu:;Dut conceae-some-tlnng
tp human weakness andtvlieir the
telnet is virtuallygiveii up, ;treatit as; lf ft
Were actual ly'givenupf and .always xonsjrj:
eritfobe Very possible that: you! : yourself
mayhaye, made, mistakes .and fallen - into
sectftp whichyou't are v opposed.! " I f you
pu t on : these -A is poi t i ori s an d t h is I e n o r o f
ro j n d , y ou can hot be gu i It y o f a ny re 1 i giou s
fault; 'take' what . parti you will in1 the rc
ligious fiispuies wnicn appear to oe comiog
on inJthe wbrldi . If ,ybti chuse to pecpetu-.
4e4he fesirictions' uppn'yourfellow-crea-t
u res, no on e has a righ t to cal I you ' bigo W
ed;; tC you chuse to ; do them away, . n
one 'has any righ t tocal I ; you I a r f and i n--il
i flTe re n t . j . y ou h aved q n e ?y ou r; u t most t o
do right, and whether you err, vorf do not
rrin your mode of interpreting t we Chris-
tun religion, you show at least that you
have caught its heavenly 48pirit,--that,you
have put on, 'as the elect of God, kindness,
Hu mbl en ess o f m i n d , :y me ekn ess, I bng-su f:
fering,'Yorbearing one aliother and forgiv
ing one another, I have thus endeavoured
toiay oeiort! you ine uses , ana abuses oi
this day ; and having stated the great mef-'
cy of God's interference, and th bltsings
m i j cpu ntry nas . secu ren x o 1 1 se i r jn ; re
sisting the errors and follies' and siipersti
tions of the Qathulic church, I have en
deavored that this just sense of our owri
! ' '. - 1 ' . '- ,'r- I'm' v i ' ' -
sacred principles of Christam charity-: 'Fliat
charity, which I ask for others I-ask also
for myself. rl:am sure I am preaching be
fore? those ; who will think whether they
vill agree with me . or not) mat I have s po-
Ken conscientiously, aoa from good no
tives, and fronv honest feelings, on a very
difficult subjecr---not sought for by rnej
but d evolving upon me k i n ' the cbu rser of
kluty in which I should have been hearti
ly ashamed of myself, as you "would have
been ashamed of me- if L had thought onlv
how to flatter and "please'or thought of
ny thing but what I hope I al ways do think
bMn the pulpit tha ;tl anv placed here by
Gdd,-: to tell truth, ?ud to do good. I shall
'conclude my sermon, pushed, I atn afraid i
a I reauy. to an u n reasonaoi e le ngtn, by . re?
citing to you a very shortvahd : beautifui
apalogue, taken from the Rabbinical wri
ters. ;It is, X believe, quoted by Bishop
i 1 ayior,; in ? his,j Holy lAVtng andc Dying
I have not now access to thati book,' but I
quote it to you from memory j 'anjd should
be truly nappy it you would equate -it to
others from memory; also :A9 5 Abraham
was sitting rin the door ofhis: tept," there
came u n to hi m a. way faring man,! and A
braham gave him water for his feet, and sat
bread before him and" Abraham said 5 un
to him, Let us ,now. worship'the Lord our
God, before weeatof. this bread.? ,And
the wayfaring man said unto Abraham; I
will not worship thev Lord thy God, , for
thy God is not my God ; but. I will? wor
ship my;God, eventhr God'ofof my alh
e ri i ."' . B u t A brat 1 a m was e x c e e 1 1 i n g w r o t
and herose urfto put the wayfaring "man
forth from the. door Of; his tent ; apdthe
voice of the Lord -was heard in his Tent,--
, Abraham, Abfahamj5; haveI 5 bjbr'ne' with
is man tor inreescor&Aanu ten - years,
d cans!t not thou bear with him' for; one
f A t. i
J TO THE AFFLICTED. 7
1 . '
IT", 4 .
Vegeta b le . Sinip and? JPoivderj
- ..FOItiiiSEASESOFTIlE LUNGS.-' -
flHE Proprietor of this Medicirie;afterTepeat
rJt ed trials of-its virtues which have been at
tended with the most signal; success, now'ofTers
it $0 those 5 who are 'afflicted with the wasting
diseases which it is designed -to relfeve, in-full
confidence thatt will be found efficacious, par
ticularly jf taken in the incipient stages of these
diseases.-' J VV -.-'5 ""';-'-'
; 'Tur iwu jcaia jjsi, un 'Mcuiciiic ; lias occn
pfepared.irr the form of aTowder,'Sc taken as an
n w.aw.4.( 4V!. 1 1
infusion, with the most happy success5 fit is now
offered to, the afflicted In ttfe" ftvrm "of a Sirup or
ini Po'wder, -as'the'Patie'nt"maypreferr under, the
conviction, that either" form i wilr produce the
?arne happy Tesulf.s .Among its most prominent
quaiHies iiie-ivHiowmgmay oe meimonu, as en-j
titled y to Oarticwlar cohskleratioirJ -r lt nromotes
-J-.i- !-. - A.L. j-.f.ir;;..!.'..... . . 1 ' f "
that gentle perspiration which is deemed healthy
and checks -those sweats - which are morbid and L
periuuuu. renews , turuiuc aiieuiiuus aiiu
congestions of the dungs br; giving force to the
languid circulation It assuages coughs.1 It pro
motes free and bland expectoration, v." It removes
pain from., thechest. y- It 'relieves asthmatic and
difficult; 'v respiration.' :."n;-It- corrects T obstinate eos-
tiveness, and thus leaves the, boweliirra regular
ancThealtby state.--' Thus, it.is fouou that these
palnfut symptoms which indicalc diseased lungs,
reaanv yieia to inia poweriui remeuy,wnen sea
scnatlly jesorted to; andjtnat..it restores the pa
tient to- that bodUyvigour, hicb'tliat' cruel
disorder the .consumption, if left to its natural
operation, would very, speedily destroy
'i Certificates respecting the virtue ;f this Medi
ci ne'.will; accompany each bottle. fv price "$2 SO
a bottle, or $24 a dozen. " - i ;,j;vs- r"
JAMES HAD LOCK;
. LFayetteville, Feb.. 1829-,-
4 m eeti njj. of the: Injendan V
Hand Citizens of Raleifrh,' will
be held at tj.
'"l'.u"?Mr c Aomparav wnicn consists'
pf fortvmembers, will; btf conapbsed of VoUin.
ters ifla sufficient numler"baer their : aervici-s
for the purpoe -lUlt, if not, ' such Volunteers
as oHer: wdlvbe. accepted, and the remainder
be drafted; i'As soon as a snfncient number-'
of-members: are hhfa
mi uirmoers are ootained, "ihe Cot.
proceed to .theappointrhent of its Offi
- ,-V -V "."i?. Intendant
. v . , , T " -j. "" - v.."i''if nut
Tnf.n-Unf P T,-. IT
Raleigh,. March 9, 4829.- - : ; - r 53
ChiuaXlass 'and Earthen Wave.
Maiden Lanerbetw?en',Water & Front StV
flfl pfcKAGES Earthen Ware, containing'
JUf Edjre Plates. Diihe n. n.
liowb, " Pitchers, Mues. Blue PlntP iw'-n
ning, Caledonia, John Jay, Jubilee and others,
frpm Livepool, ; v r f-Vv " "
Country; Merchants; on . as liberal terms as by
r 7 , - VB. HEMPSTEAD.
'Mso:' for. sale as above. ; " "
Acotnplete assortmehtof ;Loolcinr-Glasses,
Shell and Ilorn Cpmbs,,JJades, TravellinVork
Baskets; Antique Ods. Snutri3bxes. NVr.L-lanA .'
and Paris Fancy Goods generally, i : .- V '
s New'-York,-Feb,r., . SsJ-Swr" ,
T'HK Subscriber wishes to inform his friend
JBL and the Public,, that h has declined riot. -ingtothe
country' the present vear. amlmnfi -
u.vy c uiinousc opea ror ine accommo
dabon of Travellers and ' others who may favor
and cah scarce, Jre will Board for the following
row prices,. . By tne month Chrevood,.candle
&c. furnishedY $9 V if these articles are1 nnt
risked; $7 J Man.and Horse. ner day $L35 'Man
anu nurse per. tnontn id., , HIS Stables as Usual
shall be supplied 'with" the best 'nrnvoi. , . ,
Raleigh, March 3, 1829,
Jium x uie t auDscnxcr on ,the 2d instant, a
L dark mulattb bov about la
name of , Cahin lhiruon ' -He is knock-kneed, '
has largefeet, witi a' slit in his right ear..- lie
had pa.when he went away, - a black yam ccCt. -
much, worn, with white cotton pantaloons. I sup
pose he is gone to the neighborhood of Tarboro'
where his uncle Ephraim Donsori lives. lie had i
writing with him,certified by Ann Brown, wife of
jesse rrown, aeca. that pe was about 22" years"
old, which certificate waVsigned also by Uoctor
Boddie. F I forwarn any person from harboring
and entertaining said boy ( and T will give, Ten
Dollars' to any one who will apprehend and con-'
fine him in Jail, so tJi at I can.get him again. v
' ' - H ARB AUD KOBE ItTSON. "
Wake Ctv Hrt. 1 1A9Q . . ' ' at
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i-;-"2ft the Court of Chrtncm't -
Of theState of. Delaware, in Kent County. -
.j, g rStandford Jester,-Stephen Jester
? t? Charles Jester & Ann Jester St John
5 j Smi tlv Jos. Eramerson, Isaac Jester,
- - Isabel Jester, Ellen Jester, Surah
-Jester and Leah Jester, minors un
II 3 der the . age of 21 years, by the said
"2 C.Cb.arlesxJester, their next friend,
f" J ustide Lo wrey, itetty dannb'n. Jas.
harsett,Clizabeth Farsett.John Far-
: cjstt,; Wrri. Lo wrev tx. Elizabet h hin 1
wife,& Jacob ;Farsett&Martha Luff
John Luff, Join Farsett." William !
14 . . .1
FarsetVDe.Wit Clinton Farsett; &
Mary Farsett. ;
V; .1829, February U.-It is ordered by the Chan-
cellorj thattElizabeth Farsett and John Farsett
two of the above ; Defenduntsr a p pear in this
cause brT Monday the27th day cf July neC
A true t;opy:irom tne Hecord, . ;
J. Va. II AUPER, fleg'r C. C.
-DoverDel. 18dr Feb. 1829
"V , - It r
;UL 'for this State having, in pursuance of the di-
rections given at their late 'meet in g pro cnretl a
auantitv of the Eircrs of the. Silk Worm! foil FT- '
use.of such ;of the Agricltural Societies as may "
wish to make experiments in the raisin? cf Silk,
44&w. VI III y lUVIl lib. .3 i .iUpJJIJ', Will
please immediately to apply for them, as they -will
be" liable to injury , if transmitted when th? .
Weather becomes watm TLev canvbrf inr.Io
ed in a letter byfmail. r. '
.lv i.J. GALES,' Sec. .
, :KalejghFeb 29, 1829. ,
;A, , SR. RDF FIN (formerly of Raleigh,) h
:2a.'peied bis hnyse.jn the Towb ot Wad
.. - .. v.. . : t : .- - :' . . .
rough, lOOyards" west of .the-Court-Hotistv where
he i prepared ttr receive BOAKDEUS and az--commoclate.TR.VF.LlKRS
who may cation him.
EveryefTort.will be made to giregeuerul siti-s-faction.-
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Wadesbpro ,23d Feb. . . 1 - 49 tf
State of NortfcCaroliiia;:
- Halifax Gounty. : ' . ' -
: In Equity Fail. Term, 1S23. ,
;Vr v. yUliani . -Shine, Comptai-.ant. -.7
George AV. Gary,-Robert F:y. fl.' PeHuns and
JV-;- r. Stephen Ildrr'ows, Defendants. . - -
IT.ap'pearingto-.the satisfaction f-the Court
that Rpbu F.?W. Il.sPirkms resides beyond
the4 limits of this S tote r It H ordered ly .ths
Court, thatpublication 'be made in t'e nllsifi
Itegister for 3 mpntbs, that'unless ! : z ?
the second day;of next term, and r t . - j
swer, plea or demurrer to the Comp!
it, will be taken pro confesso, anJ
tx par.; 1 1 to 1 im. ;,-' - .
Witne, Edmund D." Freer- C!cr.
blaster irr, nqmty, tor IlaiitJirs c tt
ooujx-nouse, ou JSliartlay ncxV at 3 o'clock, for
the purpo.st; of fomirnganeV tht;' Fire Company
of thu City, which the-Act nrnvldi-a .Rh-.ti K
xiu cases Wass -Ware, : edntaini ncr'-an art antl '
pint Decantecs, pint,' 1-2 pint and '1-3 pint Tura- -bTers.
j-' for sale bv.th,Par.k
Mi'd. n.ir 3 ' f- ; T 7 r . ' ; ,i'"Vi"V''VfcVBVfM.;t-,v,i -Vt'-'CCr -s Meacme may oetiaa at jne Store otlthe4tb-Monday fitter the 4th lzd. ;.i:.'
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