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XHie: Great :r:ce;rm
tl' It wa on o calm autumn ' evening -that
t Wr1 returned from a Walt to the splendid
seat of , Lord fr-. in . the , county 01 jv
' i : T.Kift t flown at the' inn?of .Jthe
f Ttttlp VlHasje where Mwas sojourning, and
ihad placed toy self. in kthe windoo while
ah hour in obserVins the Vnassinge-
; ents'rorthV placei vIThe market ;. was o
Vvver the pepple hadgraduall yApasseto
thir home ; the busj hum of the day was
"fast dfihg away Sandr a; few straggling
groups Scattered here . and , there- through
the long .wide street bf the town-r-the only
" one it boasted were almost the only; per
son's who,arreted my ere.r The sun, was
- sinking, and threw ,nis lingering beams ip-
to the neat but ill furnished apartment
: : whereat was sitting.' To avbi4.the glare
. .if hi DPams- I changed mv petition, ; and
this urave me a more Uniriterrupted View .of
the iQng street above reterreu to, . wnico
.'.-'threw' its 'termination into tne -grefen fields
f the country. Catting my eyes in this
directional beheld a chariot and rqur coni
inc" tfiwardjTme. ?envelooed in a -complete
VI.. n. I f Hiifc'jind thft ' nantin?' hordes of
which . were urged on with, tremendous ra-.
: pidityl ,h Struck with .the.unexpected ;arri
' l of such a , vehicle in that plafc I lean
ed outrof the window to observe iii desti-
nation arid beheld;it itill ;folIing hurried
ly alone and 'sweeping round tlte ingle of
the street towaros tne inn wun an jncrcus
, rcd yiolenceJ ' If my; reader has been much
:used to travelling, he will : be faware that
4 the moment a postillion comes In sight of
lan inn, he is sure tor tall forth the! mettle
of his horsed pet haps to show off the blood
ot his cattle. - This was the j case at , pres--ent;
and a auick gallop bniught the vehi-
clejn thundetne noise to the dobrjwheret
Shenstone says, is to be found f the warra
. est - welcome.'. The animals were - sharply.
checked,' the door was flung open and the
" occupier threw himself hurriedly out.
; Bring out foqr hordes instantlyi ; was
the command he uttered in the' loud voice
of haste and authority, H !
, The inmate of .the -carriage was about
five feet -eleven and;a half inches high; .and
wore a portly, stout hate and agreeable .ap.
pearance.T'i'IIis shoulders were broajl, and
his legs stoutly built; antf. Vs he at that
nioment jTipod, one: arm in .his .side .'pocket,
the other ihrut iri,tov a waistcoat, Iwhich
was a 1 m o5 t . cj in pi etc ly u nbu 1 1 on ed f from
ihe heat of the dayhe would have Ithade
a gofd fiure for jheVapid but fine finjsh-ingnencil-of
Harfowe. His head 'was cov
- ered yvith a light fur V cap rwhichi partly
thrown bacic v dii played that - breadth .of
Jorrhead which I' have never yet seen- ab
v: sent. from real talent: His eye appeared
;in me; at thatMrVstantitto ibe between a
.Might blue and a grey colour. H fce
x was pale' and sallow as if thej" turmoil ; qf
business the shade of care,' or -: the - study
of mid nigh ,' had chased away the glowf.of
. .health atid youth.' k Around his mouth play-
mi a cast ol sarcasm, which to a quicKseye,
what larger than that which moaerh.uoc
' -trine denominates'' the 4 medium size j
V and Jt was well supported by ;a' stout - and
'i well-foundaiioned . pedestal, whichV.'Waii
.based on breast, full, .round prbmirieht
and capacious. vThe eye was shaded I by
a brow which I thought Jwould be . mbre
. congenial to sunshine, than storm ; andfthe
nose was neither Grepiari nor. Roman, but
t-was Urgejeniiugh to readily. admit him in
ai once oetrayeu suire 5 ana-it appeareu
as if the. lipS'Coiild be'easilyesqlved; jinto
the risus sardonicus.' ! His head was some-
j to the chosen bind of that f immortal reb-4
f 'h el,' ho chose hw b;dy guard with 'caWa-
; ciou lungs anj ,ooes, as affording greater
-ca p.ibility of u ndergui ng t oil and hard shi p;
Altoecher; he appeared to possess 'strong
liysica) 'power's.: ; ' ' c -.. j " -r
lie was dressedin an olive 'brown'-' sir-
tout, black t'ruwserv and bVck waistcoat
II is ' era v jit s carelekslyj tied, and vthe
r 4liiyand he stood i wit h his hi nd ; across
his booin and hM eyes bent on the grountl,
he wits the .very picture :bf a public charac
te r, - h u rr y 1 ; a w ay " bn som e fi m porta n t
ed eik'culutfo'n'v a he. fecnVrpill iiimir
bom his rcverieand'fittng himself into
- nis carriigei.-TlieVhip-was:crackedifa'nd'
, ..awv f went the ch"iriot witK the
f IUM and the .6aineVehilouyjWe;"
I. AM ,not.sfee.ljlWVaJ-y:mobey.':Ile
ul n.:t enter the i.in - : :-H ''r-.it 'fi.V niV
-ertion and. m e'ntal energy. Often i 'as I
."have seen hi in si bre I have hVver ;behefd
. hi In b st riking or pictorial an attitude.'
- v ijwk wuii: mo nurse ; -was. nis nu
r person arou nd jiirai be
obeyed'by ' instinct i' and; While1! marked;
the; chariot thurflJeredValoDg vthestreet,
which' had alLts'ihenlspectatorsturned
oh the c . D.ud-'ehvelope
ity was infensely excitetl, 1 Instahtly de
SCenueil - iu--,icarii i.iic.iiainT m ine cau aui -
dinary stranger. Most jmaro bow-'
ever f were, my1 ' inq uiriesl, Unfort u pate ty
the landlord was 'but : the waitercould not
tell. hie-his name V arid the Kostler knew
hothine ' what$6meveV; of him, except' that
he was in.the most uncommpnest huiTy
a snort lime oowever, , sausueu my cu no
vThenext day 'trbaeHfihetbhe. capital
0 f th e cdu n ty , w li ere C Avas t h i e h fo n at ' v j si t
It was the assize ti inei ! Xery fond ofcra
tdry,Vl'iweiW ihe forensic f eloquence of theV .Homer Cir-
cuit.i naq scarcely seaietj.myseii,wneD uie
same ereyisri eye r oroau loreheadi portly
ngure, ; anas strong lone joi yoicej arresieu
my -attention. He was iust on the moment
of addce8sins the jury cfcl arixiouly;wait
J t. J K .r...W (...I nl
reauv7 so STronziV:inierrsieu me.1 Aiier
lookingat the : fudge steadily for a moment,
Who Rpe4lcR instantly demanded X
Counsellbr 0Conriell,! was the reply.
''' Why .he only arrived last pight '
r . Late last night, and has had scarcely a
moment to con jover Jiis brief.- But listen.'
''tat., once fixed ; my attention.l As I do
not.wrnc non nanu, 1 cannyi give ine ue
tail of his speech ; but. his delivery I can
criticise; ; and'ean here write down Y
Were O'Connell addressipg a 'mixed as
sembly, where the lower orders predomiia-
ted V scarcely vknow any one who would
nave sucn a power 01 wieiums me passion.
lie nas a KnacK 0.1. speaKing to a moo, wnicn
I have never hea rd r exceed ed. , H is : m a ri -
ner has , at times r the rhodomonfade of
Hunt ; but i he is; infinitely superior,', of
course, 10, in is weii-Known uemocrat, in
ther mob speaker, . Cobbett, YWere. he op
posed to these two ;persons in any assem
bly of the people, he would infallibly prove
nimseir me . vicior.- a. ojicony, outsiae a
high window, and a large mob beneath i him,
is the' very spot for O'Connell. " There he
would be best; seen, and ( his powers" a n
person best observed ; uu,twere be in the
House of Commons, I do not think I. am
incorrect when Fsay, that he wouldmake
utue impression on the House, supposing
he were nearu with' every: prepossession in
his fay or.' His action wan t& grace and sua-yiiy-qualiiies
; so" eminently' fascinating
in an eiegant aim classical speaKer, , out
which, perhaps. rare overlooked, in an ora
tor of.the people. . The motions of his bo
dy are sharp and angularV j!His arms swing
aooui ungraceiuuy ; ami ai limes me rignt
hand plays si oven ly with hiswatcb-chain.
L rhough I shall nor, perhaps, find many
to gree;witb me, yet 1 am free to coaffS,
that he dpes not. appear, t me to possess
that very; rare giff,-genuine satire, r He
wants, the cultivsi ted grace ; of v linguage
which his compeer Shield ' possesses, and
the brilliancy, of metaphori- None is there,
else, however, peer or commoner, who cah
compete wii h hiin? in the' Catholic 'Associa
tion. -His7 language is often coasse,'Tand
haps bold, it often is i but
fierce. and per-
personality maKe up too; mucn oi.tne mait
ne. His voice is sometimes harh and disi
sonant and; 1 could ?wiroOre; bthat
rounds full, mellow tone which js essential
to a. good J deli very, andjwliichsoxabti
vates the ear "The yoicejs the keywhich
unlocks the heart,'? says Afadame Kofand.
I believe it-: Let the reader listen to the
fine round yoiceubf h Lord r C hi e f-J u st i ce
Bushe,ahd then let him hear the somewhat
grating ton es bf ;0'CorneJ I and he' w j I I
soon percei vie, the i difference-: . f.Thb voicef
the latter much reminds me of v the harsh
thinness j ofMr.J.D. Laouche's (whose
conversational tone;1. by the, by,; is fair be;
ybnU his;oratfnca one,7 and y et the cool
ness a hli the j astutenessi w h i ph; the Jattec
gentleman possesses in an argument, wou Id
be no bad substitute for the , headlong: im-
petuosity anci i-vioieni sarcasm in -wnicn
v A s sh p can n ot clotb'e hisi la nguage, In ihc
sanieelericefas ShlelV h
canribt give the i sVme insinuation io nis d
copffes. Ih thii Y
ry: Has great ly theadvanf aes-i; Sliiel gives'
us r the poetryybf.
gives -vu's theVprbifi-th
tatterat wirare ciumsW Awhile the former
iwiilKeflectr jhaf peculiar tact
iitirig thi humor :oe;4fish-people;
in gninti" thi humor to 'Jtne:?lnsn Deoi
Ibave not bfteriVeen a gbbtl exbrdium froni
perorations,1 want grace,
point, and force,- and 4hat which; the ltalr
ians would ; d enomi n a te j esprsjsi ycu'
: j l; shall foUdw hribtiirfafj&
; Th e b e x f p I a c e 'a t'w h ichjl heard the arch
ne oegan nis speecn exacuy in ine louow
ihg pronunciation : M y Lurixl,Gehtle
men of the ury.? :'.'f4 '-J ' ": . Hvvtv-
choice of langu.ige and power of expression.
Xhe sarn'e remark may , fapply, were to
draw any comparison bet .reen him and ano-
O'Connell-i-an; iniegral portion ot a dis
course. h i ch is ex t remely ;limcui t to in ake;;
and 1 1 think his perbratlrins want grace,
I yoceactiob; jeye'; i (for nothing V in wora toVy
escapes me are as ciearri Y uciut e nie ui pre-
seni as .Lneywere, o.o;inai cxay j anu 11 ini.
should catcVhiseyewijwo'uld call it.fo his
memory bv sayinsr: it was one fid -the -best
speech es heZ ever 5 tnade. Mrv Gob I burn,
fho sat at the lolverrnnst end of the table,
oh rthe rtfgjit of jtiieIjdrdX
busily mplbyedin king nbteKVPer"
so h who sat n e x t ' t heChief Secretary, was
Lord (then Mr.) Pi u n ktt i- but he i m erel y
kept h i i eyes fixed on; the broad' green xl'oth j
which was'; spreadamply . before himV andi
witbniss" arms folded, scarcely tnbved
from 'that pos ition' the; e hjt i.re (im e. v Lord
d re'ssed j n his bfde rV ; a nd ,as h e ' was bf f he
same bpinio n i h pbl i tics' w i th! t he be rso n
who was s peaki ng, ' h b see m ed j to Jisten to
H i or with Tnbch plea.su rev t. H is wo rd s1,; t on e
of vice-and Action
a It tended ; lot hah w he ti :; ta'w h t m at AV. ;
and even his; step in 'the aniirboms,ron
passing id the chamber. Was alsb guarded.
Into that chamber he could not come in "the
samei hurriedcarelesVjmanner inVhich I
have some ti fries seen him, fling jiimselfidtb
bourt.7-On e"' day; w hi I e; loungi ng in the 1 at
terlace; jlsawliihiVrp aside the
green curtain - atthe idborwa 5-ands he
dasheddowh : the benche8rtOj the front ol
the bar,; rbembught, he would have almost
strode over the thick 'files of lawyers, at-
torneys,' cierKs, witnesses, oic.
v. w vw n li 7 .
:In yd king" through the streets, he push
es along in the same careless, democratical
manner j; and his stout; tall figure enables
him to shoulder aside the crowds that might
oppose his hurried march. -- : He seems not
to recollectsthat the slow, pacelis the p:ice
oi tne. geniieman ; on negoeis, ou sin ess
and emancipafion ' bor n e m ig-h t i I y b n his
oroaaf anouiaers f ana srops nor stays: tin
he gets to. the Four - Courts ;! ; from the
Four Courts -he' is then, off to the Assbcia-
Fob r Courts back again-from the Cou rts
to attendsoipe popular' assembly,' or keep
an appointment from the assembly tor his
house to dinethenva hearty dinner and a
tern perat : sass --busi tiessi parch me n t s;
Dne(3, ai torn ey;; ci erics, r ami f.untl edged
lawyers4 a ftef wa rds retiring earl y to ; bed
fann' ? then next day behold j him going
through the same endless; important,, anil
weigniy routine or ousiness a&rain. j
he settings up' tor. Ulare was the most
ilai tng, a nd f he f boldest step (jwhich this
man everJ tobkV or eyerwill .take. Were
he to live a century, he ! could-do rvothing
whichwould show so much bf 'daring and
intrepid talent ;He has! heeh blamed for
it ; but the power, and the ambition, and
me uoiunens wnicn it nas evinced, maKes
roe admire; where I ani jotherwlse obliged
to condemn. It was one of those stens
that (to use the words of ; Vol taire.V M V ul
gar nien would, term rash; , but great men
would term boldif'v Letime distinguish it
from - his 'mission to Knaiandi I This last
was a foolislr step, but: the first was an
intrenid one;. Merf of talent forsook him
in the last, but they supported and abid
ed .by him in thq first; - In short,; the
whole of; Ireland was thrown into! aston
whment. ' x t':. ' i -1 . ;: ;.-':
The laVt time saw O'Connell" wa in
St. James's Park. , He had a : Ibng'scroll
u nd ef f his . rm ;may had' that which"' has
since caused such
cort trove isy I n t h e
wings-" -The next
time .'"I; see him .will,
perhaps; be in ' that, : to ilje, most (interest
lug poi ui liunuuu, or ii; au Jangianu-rpr
Body; farewell 1 Go", take thy long, long
sleep v in thy kindred earth I. Thou -hast
done me manvand great :services. tlThro
thy eyesi Ibeheld'the glbnesfTiTeitibn ;
of the heavens above, whichproclaim the
glory of- their "inakeri , and of -the v earth,
whose beauty iniall thied jversifieil scenery
of land arid water, hil I and dal e! with all
he endless; variety of ci'eaturesoaniinate
and inanimate, show -forth x tnel wisdom,
power. and goodnessxit the loru.,1 iiy them
Lwas enabled. tb 'read the word of G6d,
the grea t ; cha rter of o u r ; sa 1 v a t i o n I Th ro
t h em , rili h d . c omm u Ji i ca t ed . w3 1 ft ( mm d r-K i u
griefs' an,d joy?;, without Uhe intervention
of words. f'. 1 - vvx ?
vThrough' thyears I have been 'delighted
with the harmony; pf 'sbunsthe T niejblyv
of ihe human voice and the sweet .note pf
the, wobilland .songsters . By , thee I. heard
the'oyfut tidings of, salvation' by a cruci
fied Saviour, 'and enjoyed'' the society ;' of
christian and other friends . K
t;Bytny union ndi thee,; I have beeure
haye: been - enabled , -to commrfincalBy my
thoughts to my fellovy mebi r.-dtohew
forth the praises of the'Mdst.Higli .J;
VThritugh thy means, : I have transported
mjgelf froin'place toe place, 4 and ii thereby
m u I f ipl ied the e njoy men t s pf .social 1 ife.
; jVhilst I acknowledge niy obligation to
thee, 1 1 mu st; atpa r 1 1 ng re m i n d th ee of .the
injuries VI have abstained by thymeanir
:Tnyeyes:v which were" giye n (or 'the gldry
bf God arid 'thy comfort janrf. enjoyment,
ha ve been an inlet vto r much' evil-.; What
crowds of temptation have assailed tne jtbro
gated with the ..fragrance iof - the '! rose anu
? Byihy tongue which wasUhy glory, "1
atthis ? princirWt gate.vHow. often, hast
thnuoverlobked j the handy ,worl of : JeHo
yahor Jgazed on. the wonders of creation
unconscious of -him "whogave- the sbn;to
rule by dayi andi the mooh and 'the fckrsto
ru 1 e by ; n i gh U 1 f I vji f ttfrj-i. ha s k h b u g ? n e
aftenforbidden bbiecti,Aabd thereby brb't
grunt, and darkness on me ' . v 1 :
i 'ii y. ear?, -wnicn 'Miouiu na? c ur.cijvcii?
r ? Thv- to h iu e. 'av h i c h' ' Mi ou 1 d , h a v e be e n
7 - J-
sruidedrby the law of loVi' has beenbften
like -the piercing of a,; swrd j?tby;speech
has often been desti I ute of chnstiab ' sim-
occupied in sleep; and in providing for thy
vyantSr-Miow; importunate hasL thoii'-been
for the indulgencebf thy animal' cravitigffV
These have, too often unfitted me for high
er and nobler exetcises. j ; "
Thankful indeed wouhl t be, 'that,' by
pain anil sickness," l.,have 'beh taught
patience'4 arid 'resignation tothe will of
God;fand VdallyJ sense rof my;bbsplute de
pendahbe on him, for every thing , ' ' ' ' 'J.
. .We have' travelled together formbre
than three-score arid I en years, our untbn
has be e n c 1 6s e a n d intimate, good n ess and
mercy hav'e followed us all .the way Vet
I cannot help feeling much attheHhbugbt
of parting ; but the prbspectbf beibg,again
united when Jhe voice of the archangel and
the trump of God i shall awake the dead,
cheers hie. THenshal I : ve' meet' in' far
different circumstances fThou; wilt soon
be committed to the dust a mass of: cor
ruption Uheti sh;dt.tho"ube. raised in in
corruption ; 'now in dishortor then in glo
ry j now. in ' weakness then v in f power ;
now: a" natural bod'-then-a spiritual.body,
like to the grorifieiT body jof 1 the adorable
Saviour.1 - r f C -rj"'-" ,f j. . -f
i How glorious the chingeJ No'more sin,
bor sickness, nor sorrow no ni(re con ?
sumption of time in sleep, f'r there shall be
no night there s nor-in 'providing;' forthy
all tears from our jeyes.
Fom the Rochester Daily' Advertiser !
Jt living do it tetter than a drunken man.
- , On the even i ng of the 8 th insta nt, as we
were coining fromLe Roy;td this placein
thePioneer, the night beingbncominonly
dark? we discovered for LsbmeidtstanceKbe
fore we reached Allen's creek. . in sWheat
i a n a, tn at a ! og no t K n o w n . oy ;. a ny o i . in e
me siues or tne carnage auu. eyineniiy... ve
ry uneasy j and seeming to look with deep
gers. within; When we had cbniebp with
ibyteh br twelve irbds of the creek; the dog
got before the stage and in the y middle of
me roaa set up a most earnest oarKtng ano
amii crying, wnicn attracts tne notice ;o
th e passe ii ge rs an d art ver; who a ppfehend
ink thatall this concern of the strange dbg
.might; mean spin eih
and looking under his; coach; and,- withit
sixinches of his. wheel; iawVacmiBlyibfi
acrossthe road jn such - aposi tipphat)bad
he drove two feet farther; ihew
have passed directly over the pour creature
Was bidarid greyj-headd;? arid thisetret
df.hi:''exposure' I'was. :bewas-drunkvsb
oruoK. mat wtien aroused, ne coum not
speak. As' soon as he iva drawn-but from
tha tdithtii I i..,rm 1
his beastly master;
teres t thbhi ianguageV can (jl escribe; then
i u mpi ng a cross . his body ' backward, and
for warn, as ii iwbii ieiu.. nun ,j roui uanger,
or to in fuse.animat i on intb his al mbs t1! ife
reasbnsfifst to sKb
ana seconaiy wie sagacuy oi; tne.. animal j
th e .fai th f u I i n t er e si: ma n rf es ted by th e 1 og
could nbt h'ave beenmore? fu fly expressed,
e v e ri . i f h e W had possessed f t h e ; po we r , bf
speecn -ana we must add one more,, worq
to set '.tli e di.sgutitig drunkard before the
read er-he held in hi hand the, neck of a
broken;bottle. ."- , c , , j Passengers.
J 'F S There arejeight? living .witnesses
ofjthe abovc. factsVrfvvhich ;. happened ' only
twnilays sihee. M - 1 r l
ipenor court ot Law bpi inff
Jesse Harden w. 'Ana Mria Barden. fv
IN jthis case a subpoena ind alias' havipg been
.issued,, and the;. Sberiff of Wayne - county
said county requiring the-said A"nMariaBar
den to appear and answer as she wai required to
do in said sub poena ' and she failing to appear, it
was ordered by the Couft -that publication for
three months beTmadeln ths Raleigh StarBand
the Raleigh -RegJster'givinj t. 3t.ee to the said
defendaht, that unless she appear at:Vhe: next
Superior Court pFlaw, to; be held for the' county
of Wayne; at the Courthc:?2 in Waynesboiough;
the first Monday after the tourth Monday of Sep
tember next, . and then and there to answer; or
demur to said petition, judgment will bevtaken
pro confessoand head exparteV 11 r. I 1, , r '
Sii W AblHG KUri, cite.
puciiy. anu one 01 in y moum nau .cguic
forth blessing and cursing. ; ' ' , j -,
ii How miich'bf my' precious timeibas been
wanrs j lor me xanm, wno is in tne. m:usi
of the Throne, shall lead us 6 living foUn-
ad (rod shall wide away
under the coach the taithtui dog $appear
ed 1 inaiv ecstacV of jbyhiSvifirt potion
was to stieicn lumseif at tun .ieogth u
r ;State of Nqrth-4Garolin
T- r j, 1 v Wayne Coiiniy.' - 1 .
' Superior Court bf Law Spi Iner Term,! 829.: i
maK.iu. pTiuui fucicvir uav tjc; ucicuuiiijw wji juiua jacuuci viuuson, iym on lluntur- Cree
not to be found," proclamation was duly, made at f "v'.4.4 TIIO' It. WR1GI1t"wt,
the Courthouse door aforesaid hV the Sheriff bf March Mthll 829' ' , ".'
t.: k,. ...... n .u.. .l , jt .
Nefe Urv Goods &" Grocri-V c-
jjTEORGKsVMPSON' &fCo eipeetfi'iily in
MJT. their .friends and the public, that thev I
commerjced tne Ui y GOods c Grocer Ilii
m.the Store .formerly occupied by the late Wi!)
Shaw assortment will xcorrtprie -A
wyery article io.the general Hne- v As Hi (...
were bought, ,fu cash;' and the greatest tare t i
ken the selection; tftey 'feel bonfide ht t !
enn sell.thin on ajs rood terms as any l!c
pi thetride.'. i' ' "i - ; - ,
Vrthefollowin.is a list 'of the leading artiib; f
Su'perfirfc? nd conrrhon ClotlVs r ' r.
?Vhite black,- drab artdvmixl Drilling
Knglish. and French nomhazines ;. '
JL.asiing-sjtJirbjiiisians : and Itombazett f ' . 1 ; .
lattiiKtt,SilIc and Cotton Vejvet - ' '
Bang-up .Cord, Russian and V'rench rillin-
Valencia,' Marseilles and Toillanette Vesl'mV
tJinghams Calicos, colored Aluslin ;
Plain arrdured' Hook and Checked Muslin
Thread amLBobbinett Laces and Ertfinr-
Black and white ItObbinett Veils an.1 Collar
4-4'and 5-4 plain nobbinett ' ' .
4 4 ,arjd T-8 Irish Linen and Lawn '
Tiibl, Russia iind Barte Diaper , ;
India Nankin,' Wilrhib.qton Stripes 5 ;H '
Britannia-, Madras and Linen CambHi; HkFs
Italian Lustring-, SincheV; Sarsnelts; Saiir.s ar .
' r v Florence - ,
Black,-Blue and Plaid Gros de Naples
Nankin. ICanton,' Italian and French '.Crane
Crape Robes; Shawl?,' Llsse-i and Green Gauze' .
Grirniture, Capi, Gauze and. Waist Bibbons
Braids,, Bobbin, Tape,' Ctton dnd Thread Tl
Cotton Balls; Spool Cotton, and Flax Thread
Gentlemen 'Bootees and Shoes : : , ' k
T rvanl'B - dof o.-and do y "
Ladies' Morocco ;,Sear,j '.either ...id
s s , . Pumps and Walking Shoes ' v
Misses and Childr"ens' fdo .
Silk and, Giifgham Umbrellas v ' .
Ladies- Sun Unibrellas anl Parasbts,
Gloves of every description1 ' A. V V
Black, Drab and Seal llatsV1, : v v . '
Voutbs and Servants' do ' .s '.-'. i '
Queenv China, Glass and Stone ;Vare
Knivesand Fork.,i-Sciss6r.si, Locks. &c. i
Trace Chains, Weeding , Hoes, Scythe Blades
Brass Andirons, Shovels ar.-tl Tongs ;-Casting-s
of ever description" V- ' . ,
Swedes ahd.EnglislcIron andi Sleel ' : . 11
Wiiidow GIass, Putty and:Philad.:, White Lead
New OrleansSt; Croix and Loaf Suar Tea
Coffee, -..Young: It vson, Imperial and Gunpowder
Sperm Candles, Orange Gunpowder, Bar Lead
Shot, Flints, Powder Flasks and Shot Bags
Madeira Wine, 1st and.Sdlquality ' , . ' ,
French Brand, ;latiaica and N. E. nam' - '
Holland Gin, Old Bye and Country Whiskey
London BrownStbut, Philadelphia A1. Porter.
1 C"S. & Co.' will add to their assortmert &uc'
Articles as' may from time to time be enquired for,
, .. Raleigh, 27th ,ApriV 1829.' ' " ! 67-2m
v v. SIR ARCHIE .
Will -Stand the ensuing
season al my Stable, in-Northampton
county, N, Carol:- j,
about 3 miles from ttw r.r..t..
housed $ rndes from the: town of H alifa s and -21
from i3elrietd,ya.tejw r.t C7S
4heseason, 'able on the first uf January next,
With one dollar to the 'groom i .2 all ca?es. Su c ! 1
f Sir Archie's frtends aslive at a distance will
send their notes whh tliemares, payable '-on the
fi-orjanuaryAlsoj'-the feeding of the mares
to be paid for whe4 taken -awav The season
Commenced on the 1st' Februatyaad will terrni
nate 'brr the firstf Auiist next, t Extensive
field s of small rnin' and clover re sowed for the
benefit, of lnWes -that may:. left with the hore,
wijh the ;addiiibn of grain .feeding at 2s per (' y.
Sep.irate enclosures re iproyided for marc. ..ih
best posilblff care o mares, "tc. that may be left,
but no responsibility for escapes or accidents.-,
'v"" Sir Archie's Blood,' irreat size, nerfnrma nr Ar.
the tur andcelebritv as afoal rr .,- e.,rr.-
cfent recomraendatioiis.iW- JOHN D. AMIS
MarcU-.4. rt,. .v,'; Kt ? 53 eo3 ' '
rTf HATob the 2d lbnday In Iay nest, Vil ! L c
JU sold atthe; CpurtHouse dbor in--"nij'ckforfL'
irf Surry County tl
as rhuch as will be Cbf suftrcten va luc to satisfv
H 109i:acres, giverfih' by James Rlbnrab. loinlr-
Sarah Jacksort, dying on Tom'a Creeks. '
r 180cres; given ib by the heirs of Richard
"i'S ?1!ul?l!rVr joining Robt.
613 acres, given In by the heirs of John Hap-
pers, adjoining Bazfeal Jefferson,. Iyinir on Fish-
iriCreekv--i. 'Xsa-.,i 0 '. ' .
H; 1000 acres, not given Tin as7the property cf
the Kefrs of: Jesse Lester; -lyinif on the Doubl
Creeks,-H ;:'"r . ;;.- ; "; :., '. r, , . . -;
1 Towri Lbt in Rocfcford.Vas the brb-rtv r "
theheirao Robert Williams; 5 -
i-01 in KocKiorq,tpe owners unknown.
840 acres, ' riven 1 in by -Wricrlit Johnsnn; f-'ni
ingMohn Zachary, lying on Stewart's Creel:. ' ,
"O i4. C Art n.n .in' t. ' TTT o - ' "
Phil. Philips,: lyincr on the Yadkin.r . " . -
7$ acres, given in by Thomas W. L-tc, rj.
joining Wm.' Spencer, lying on t!.u V "un.
v acres as uie.property; pf t; j ;-; cf Jo
sehp Brumigar, dee'd, joining - D. Hr ri
V 613 acres eiven in bv Samuel Jon?. ahr.ik, '
John Jones on Hunting' Creek. , '
- 664 acres, civen in bV.Wm. -G. havi . -ntr-
Benjamin Johnspn, "Flat Rock Branch. "
acres, given fn Dy Uosea Sis';, j Cl-.'s
ohnson'. ', '" . . ' V
- .195 acres,: given in by V'm. .McDanicl, rd
; . Fish fIaps, in .rcuse llivcr.
rnHE attention of owners cf Trsn U
JU theAetsbf Xssemblycf tii Ct-lil
in ioiy, page v..- up:es3 tue cL-trr-rt '
inenyer are removea tzsiunuy, s.. ,4 1 L
ducriminoreltf' instituted 3.72! net y r
who Biu o. comply, wua tay pre; :
:IN..IJ. ebmarmwe after suit 13 Lit--
'-AhriLl; 1829. 1 1 ' . r '
uuc iicrconf lur me. year 40, with'
costs,-to t'4-r''M,:: v . : ,
200 act e& givehinbyTredeli Jackson joining 'f "
Jelm Jackson. 1 Vinson Tom's Cirt-r , .