h-l KiOTio ! C!.;.- I ..0 1 4T ''1 H
' " " K' v' J, ' - Where thp troops were' encaWped was ve-J and disgrace He ; has reclined on !the bosom , C Notice is hcreliv civeh 7f f
RTJGISTHR ? ry healthj, thn cUnte. particularly, goo f JL 'tS "T fjH AT tire "next annual Con vetioof the Pro-
' 'ri'vtTtni Fiiat by JUffe theny of thf? v,''Pr,' T Churcod ,s now r the WeoFM. Necker, 1 testani 'ppiscopalghurch; in the state of
I3 pablWiecl every, ,': doctor to find his soldier falfijng sick dai Ue minister and perhaps, tlie legislator of North-Carolina, be-held at Salisbury.-on
- JOSEPH G AJiho & otiiN, t . his.hospi'al filled ;vithjinvalidi- the French monarchyitthfi'rflroAi. : Saturday the 25d of May,, 1829,
it FhtMlar per anmim-half in advance h he:toM l,of dlscorer Uhe dls- y , iibi V i '.. V - -KDWARn L.WlKSLO. Sec'y'
. . ' 'Mnvtrteen hnh; neatly inserted three
, .w, for a Doliar, and'twenty2nFe cents for
1 .ucceetlinr publication : thoae ot great
:nth it)' the same 1 proportion... ? Co MxrW
.u v.i;tnr must be postfiai'l - ,
Fro'm the Cheraw Spectator.
Interesting and,. Important !
In the annl of celebrated Launches in
W c.mtry, perhaps hone has eter occnr-
of a more pleasin- character to , those
-V,cd n it,. than the one. oT. hich.an
,nJn win doubtless be , given to -your
refers this week.-r-The -Launr h; j)f; the
Vv?-'boa 'Franklin,'., which, took place at
theBo.it Yard of . Cheraw,, on Saturday
hst at 4 nckk, P. M., presented hti., ar
tracfion rarelyVrif ever before witnessed m
- anr country !,. !, . f .
I addition to all. the beauties of a
nrtimpt and successful transition. Ato 'her
destined element,- the Frankln, exhibi
ted to the -spectators a inonstroos lump of
ihat material by, which the solid 'comforts
of life are obtained; the commerce; of Ithe
world carried on : extravagance and folly
maintained, nd ail the vice and misery pf
life acquired by v potent ency. i Willi
nut circumlocution there was jan mass :of
. Gold -or as the quaint and eccentric j)rn.
fniprietdr.i)r agent called U-rGould,!; in
one solid lump placed on board the Fr,nk
liiC, merely for ihe curiosity of ihe display,
which AWeiihWabut -"one hundred and thirr
lyiht pounds, as ie r may be ! "tr
This stupendous andV inosm
mjy was derived from a single mine; in
lintomery, North Carolina; jrwieriy
jw ii eT, by a man o f ex t re m1 y limited pre
.lensionsjto; ftiiluence Ir'X is rbut a very
kho'rt "time since the fee simple! of the' Soil
cont.ii ni n jr 1 this i n xh a u s i b I e , treasure,
iriivht have been purchased for a sum "of
: money -al mop I noroina i as zo amuuni, it
is even questionable 'wheHieti Jthtsanie
propert y could how be bou sht at zt pnce.;
An immense and increasing va oe bo osoon
attaches itself to tracts of la'nd upon which
Vv,i U found, that i n many pi rts of what
is called the'4' Gold region,". little farrhs
: hich' but a' sh or t ti me hi n c e "ere h a rcl iy
worth owning, a re ii w n h e han d s j o f
companies and single; capitalists, esienied
.as invaluable.' ' - r:.v?vr:c:1i':';:1:''yv:H:5.
- The unprecedenfedly lsrge . and spTeri
did mass of which we have; here, spoken
o mnch astonished us even herev that" h
M:ere incredulous.to believe in ' its exis
tncp, until tney had Ifobkedjj&nti fi It for
themselves ! :If . we who-, have - been for
Tpjirs; in tli e habit of occasionally Hand l ing
Knd buying the article by the puudv were
r)ow to credit the assertions' of, our friends
as to the enormou i size of ths lump, what '
will tho at a distancetliink j nf our sto?
ry I When it shall be rtafeen to Ne w
York, to be thence re-shipped to Ruibpe
a ;i curiosity, the whole world will then
aikonn i edjre the truth of ou r state me n ti ;
Tliis reat mass of precious metal was
several yer,in beiii .concentrated! tdx'eth.
cr. The operation of'adding.tirthe treas
ure, was performed .in the,. most secret
wanner, until the popriettir thiiugbt- he
had anused as much as it would be pru
dent to usher before the wor J d I w i i h -s;i fe
tv. The whole was then moulded togetli
?r somewhat to resemble, at a little dis
Mnce, the.' form and structure of our own
species in an erect position. It represents
(he model of a statue as nearly as the. rough
K)3te ot ihe! arts and scierjc5 in thelinti
i t could be reasonably su'ipJheiil;tONnliVe
ud p'ed it., - . ' : ..-I' . -"--m'
fitleinan who hatl this inTeat'eurt
y in charge, happening in townon the
(U? f the. launch, consented thnt it might
p!cel in a cnsptcuou8 position on the
tixi t.f the object and end kof all trade
coouof rce-r-to ,whostr f.
M'Ci4iti all ves
- , . --
tls of vv
n a t e v er d e scri p'ion, are em ineiiti
Scottish Rational Feein
B. v i 1 ,k T V and th whirlwind's ror
Butbmclihem tohe.r native rock the more.,
t s similar to that : produced- on the
V v M !Heir-nattnai:aiivttlie- Itan ile
1 h 1 &VH sad fandearhesi
i yngii.g 10 return to tho ..f tkaU i
t. . :. . " w'vvvi. uivii f .ii i"
- .v..w,ng anecaote iwa4 rented
to corriiborate toy a
6J i Td its celestial inmate the soul. J -
in iate :-mmom
. tor ueaux.foiantl p.thetic sohgof ct
eiv,s known to, fld admired by,; all
have an ear for n,uic, or va soui i for
PW 5 but hekrd by a Highlander in 'a
tii.t jand, and amid other .scenes, the
?! i I C a I fr 0 n I at ' i ii,K'Jj., ti..... j
1 ? , a d u t th e a ni e ti in e i h a t it
pp I y n o re m ti y i' ? v-1
On eveniaj: the mon shone so unusu
al v 'briffhL the scene from his winnow ws
c lovely,5 as the -beam&'played. upon the
ri ppl ing .Wa t er. or gave : ligW t and shadow
to the rrHnifirfcnti forest-trees near hisT a
bode .ihat he was tern Died, to take 'aV soli
tary .ramble,' " , x- . ! 1 V
.-rv 5 " Musing" on days long past, ' '
fv;; And pleasures gone forever by :'Vr--V t
the sound of the basrniDe struck his ear,
and attracted him ; to wardsU the barracks,
where the piper was playing, in .the most
touching manner, ,'.. ' .' i"
Lochaber no more !
? ; May be, to return to Lochaber no more." j f
Dr C. approached the large room unob-
servedj and looking in, found all his men
assembled; and all in derp emotion--some
recumbent on the floor,' some reclined , a-
gaiiist the ivalfrnany in tears, and one, I
ourying nis race in ? nis nanns, - soumu
loud. My mend retired -to his quarters!:
on the following .morning: i he- sent for
the- piper; : and ! bribing' him 4 to secresy,
commanded him, in future toVplay nothing
but', lively airs, reels, trathspeys, and
marches ; but never, oti pain ' of , his dis
pleasure, to breathe.LrOclraber. again. The
piper obeyed : the. effect u was magical---
me invauus reviveu, aim in a very snori
litne not one remained in the hospital' il
GIBBON'S EARLY i LOVE. :
Many ' of our readers Viave 'probably ' never
read Gibbtrn's memoirs of his owiilife;" and those
who have rmjjht be less agreeably employed than
, j hesitate from tire
cule, when , I approach the df lica te subjec
ot in v early I ove. li y; ih is 1 do mot mean
the polite attention, the e.'dlantnr, without
nope or uesign, wnicn nas orirnateo in me
spirit, of chiyajiarir! '-U interrvvoyeniw:ith
the texture oFrehch manners. 3 1 under -s
ta ndby this 'passion, t h e u pion of fr i e h d
shi p and . tend er ness, which i s i nfl amed by
a vRinglefemale, ''.Which prefers her to tlu
f et of her sex, and which seeks. her. pos
session as the supreme orth ejsjole.ha p pi tie si
of ourlbeing. I need not blush at rccdl ec t
ing the. object of my choice and ; though
my lovejWas disappointed, it auqeess,.: 1 (ain
rather proud .that I was once capable" of
feeling such a pure'and.exyl jef seniiment,
Tlie" persoihalattriictions of Madetnoiellt:
S u sa n : Cure h in 1 k we r e em bell is h e i by Uv
yir(ues and 'talents of the niind. : Hit for
trine w.is hiimljle,but her famil v wa respec-i
t jbte. Iler tnother a i native of France had
preferi c d her rcl ig i oi i i o h e r cou n t ry. Th e
profession of .her father liil not extinguish
the moderation -and philosophy of his tem
per, and he lived cnfent With a small
arv anil laborious dutv, 4in "ithe obscure lot
ot minister or Liasy,; in
th at -em fa t e t h e l Pay s.de
Valid from the1
county, of Burgundy. . -In the solitude "of a
seqiiesteretl village he: bestowed a liberal
anil even learned educitioh on - his only
daughter She surpassed his hopes by her
proficiency in scienceand ..languages j and
in her short visit fo some relations at Lau
sanne,: the wit, the b?atfly & erudition, of
M a d em oi se 1 1 e Cure hod we re, the th e me o f
universal appfatise. - The report of such a
prodigy. a wakened my curiosity j I saw and
loved. I found her learned without pedan
try, lively inconversation, purein senti
ment, and'elegant in manners and the first
sudden emotion was fortified .with t he hab
its a nd khow ledge of a more familiar ac
quaintance.' She 1 permitted me to ; make
her two or three visits at her father's houe
T-two or tnree visits at nerta
passed some happy d ys' t
iuri'aitjs of s Burgund vV and
theref in s the
her pa re his
iomraoly: enrourasHrt the -connexion.
In a calm retirem'Tif, the gay Vanity, of
youth no longer fl ut t ered in ; hr,t' bosom ;
she listen ed to be voi c e o f truth a n d fee U
inl' and I ,miht uresume; to hone that I
had nade .iniiresion S. p n a virtu ous heart.
'A ts Cras sya rid LausHmi e liorl u I geil ; juy
i Iream of fe I ici ty i bu r ok my i return to Eg
iaiil; I ;spon ftH
woulrjl mil t)ef ofthis strahweil ian)ce fand;
tli a t: wit n o u t hi s c o n s e n 1 W a sjn vselfhelpf
lesVanil det i tu te.V; Aftera painful stritg :
;le, I yiejded to my fate. ; I sighed "a a
er -1 obeyed 1 a a on 5 my woutnh wa s
insensibly haled by time, u absence; r anil
t he habt's tif ;r ne w I ; e. -My, c u re.w a s c -'r
ce'eratedby alfatiifull fiprto'ftfi'etnari
iliit:V ah d ch eerfri I n es s of t h t 1 a d y h e r-
sel f rid tuv 1 ove sl bid ed 1 nto frtendship'
of Grassy oi
Uiv rwarAis il 1 e: f his st 1 pe n uf u iei witn mm ;
h i all aigh t err re i r e tl ft tC?2 P f arfw n T "JYj
tachfg' r -j ourill afl ie$'-Sh el ej rri ei f a ; h art
sti bsi'a te nee for hi r e ! t and moth er 5 : but i 1
lss 1 fe pu jf a iionffanyliignl fTejl; be haviotj r;
had the od
covpr r,,ji psgjgg ihts inestimable ; treasure;
Ii n d-m. the api ta t of $as te :n d J u xtt ryV she
he bad tnetlf
gence., ; r I n e ge u 1 u s of her h usban d , has. ex?
al t ed him rto the most conspicuous sta t ion
in Europe. In evejry change prosperity
r- rTlierfoIIbwinn:.is related ri the ilie-
moirs of: John Shipp late a Lieutenant in
V" c ui n.egi ment", in xn e year t U4,
when we were'rin pursuit of . Hoolkah,
there 7was in our,- encampment a Very large
elephant, used for the purpose of -carrying
tents for some of the European corps.
It i was the season" in which :.they become
most .unmanageable, and his legs were
Consequently loaded with .huge chains,
and he, was constantly watcrWV by his
keepers By day he was pretty passive",
save when he saw one of his species, when
he roared, and became violent, and du
ring these moments ofungovernablephren-
zy it was dangerous for his' keepers; to ap
proach himV'br to irritate j his : feelings. by
any , epithets that might? prove repugnant
to him. i ; On the contrary. every endear
ing expression was used to soothe arid ap
pease rum, wntcn, wun promises 01 sweat
meats, sometimes, succeeded ! with , the
most turbulent to gain them to obedience,
when coerciye;measures .would have rous
ed theiri to the most desperate acts of vi
olence. ' By night their extreme" cunning
told them that their, keepers were not so
watchful and vigilantv The elephant here
alluded to, ; one dark night, broke from
his chains, and ran wild through the en
campmenV driving',men, women, chil
dren, camels, horses, cows, and indeed
everything that could move, before him ;
and:v roaring-xahd.f truinpeting;; iyjithlhis
trunfcj xwhich is with elephants a sure sign
of displeasure, and that their usual docil
ity: has deserted them Of course no. rea
sonable beings disputed the road he chose
to take 5 those that Mid soon found them
selves floored. , To' record Mhe mischief
done by ;this infuriated animal in his noc
turual ramble; would fill a much greater
space than I can allbrd for such, matter
s wor d s in e n a nets pears m en; shouting and
screaming, he pulled, down tents, upset
every 1 tiling that impeded his progress;
severely i wounded and injured :many and
ultimately killed his keeper by a blow
from' his trunk.. He was speared in some
2ib. places Jvyjiich only infuriated birn.--His
-roari n g was t er r i fit, land he'freq it e n t
ly, struck the ground in indication; of; his
rage, f .THe instant h e liad js tru ck . his
keeper, and found he'd id not rise, he sud
denly stopped," seemed Concerned, looked
at him! with the eye of pity, and stood
ri vested to thespot. H e pau se'd for so m e
seconds, then ran towards the place from
w h ence. he' had broken 1 oose an d went
quietly into his piquet, in front of I which
lay an infant about5 two years old, the
daughter of the keeper whom he had kill
ed.; The elephant seired the child round
the waist, as gently as its-mother would,
lifted it from the ground, arid 'caressed
arid fondled it for some time,' every be:
holder trembling for its safety, and ex
pecting every moment it would share the
fate of its unfortunate father but the sa?
gaclous animal having turned thej child
round-three times; quietly laid it down
again, "and drew some clothing over it
that had: fall en. off. After this it stood o
yer the cliiltl with its eyes fired on it, arid
if I. did .not' see the penitential vtear start
from its eye I have neyer rseen it in my
life. lie then submitted to be re-chained
by: some other keepers, stood motion
less and: dejected, and seemed- sensible
that he had done a wrong ; hefc could not
repair. , tiis uejection became.; more ana
more yisi ble as he , stood and gazed u pon !
tne latneriess oaoe,-wno rrom constant
fa m i I i ar i t i es ! w i th tHi sfe I e ph in tfs e e m e d
ttnintimidated and played with its tfrtnk
r rum : iui ; niuiuciit iiie ctuuiiai utxamc
passiye iahd: oietv'andSa
most cteiignteti wnen tne little orpnanvas
wjthinjsight) Often ha
thers of, the camp, to see him fondling his
uttie: attoptea : ou t tne re wa s a visinie al
teration in his health after his keeper's
death;! a nd he fel I iaway;
and died at
Cawn no re six tno nth afterward s,
JfHEjsemi-aniioal Examinationfne Students
JLv. connected with rhisi Institution will be held
on , VVednesdayi 3d J u ne. - Parents and Guardi
ans are requested to 'attend. ; - t'':?: 1 yt
t The exercises of the ' School will ' be resumed
on Monday, 22d June. - V tK :-ClvK
I -u .rii.:; fc.:-;v, f a. '.yviUTupitj rnncpai. -r-Vv'illiamsbbroK
May -1 9.,.., ; - v " 74 f.
lROMlhe bscHber on the lDth;iDstantil.a
ijj? bound wtiite boy, by the name' of GEORGE
URIFFIS , about fifteenyrrof age; 'f of. smal
size, !ad bold spoken. When, he wentf)fT, he
wore pantaloons ! of Cotton clothv and a round
an over coat of drab clotlu ; I am of the opinion
that bis 'clbthing has been changed, as he, was
persuaaea orr oy nimncnas.;, a iwrui'mTS a'.w
ward of Tim Cents for said Boy's delivery to me;
I hereby forwatn all. persona Iromnarboripg the
jf?aid George Grttris, as 4 intena to pat tne law in
force: againsti'theta. V-.- V-'-: v '' JJh 'N .r
- 't;; ' KJ AMES NANCE. -
! . Wake eunty, , May 18;;'. --'74 St;
AT .Valuable stand.on FayettevilleStrf et,
5. -recently occupied (a? aGroceryT bci-Allen
fectionary Store. 'Apply to ' ( -
r Ualeigh 20th May. ,
: Oxford Academies. . ; '
STIHR Examination off the ,M le Students will
Ci v begin fn Monday,-June' 1st, and close , with
the semi-annual Iteport VVednesdy momintj y
immediately: after whichj the Examination of the
Female Academy takes place, and will conclude
ith an exhibition ot'M'isicon Thursday evening.
All interested are respectfully solicited to attend,
, .The Sum met Session of "these Academies opens
as follows: The-Female under the care of the
Rev.'Joseph Jibaree; will open on Monday; ! June
15th The .Male "on Monday, June 22d, James
D." Johnson, Principal, 'j "f ' ' "
TWO'S B. IJTTLKJOHN, Prest.
-Oxford, May. 8th; 1829. j " 71'
P.vS; The Tarboro' lress'; the Edenton Ga
zette, &"Norfolkr Heraid will publish the ahove
two; weeks, and then; after an Interval of two
weeks, continue for three weeks that part relat
ing: to the opening-of the session, and forward
hi. ir accounts as heretofore..
, State of Norih-CavolinaJ .
. Wayne County. ''.'."
; Superior Court of JLawl Spring- Term 182, '
Jesse Barden vs. Ann Maria Burden.
' t Petition for Divorce. ' ' -
IN this' case a subpoena and alias haying bee"h
r issued,' and the SherirT of Wayne county
making return thereop that, the ' defendant was
not to be found, proclamation was duly made at
the Courthouse door 'aforesaid by the Sberiff of
said, county, requiring the snid Ann M.'ria1 Har
den to appear arid ariswer'as she was "required to
do in said subpoena, and ihe failing to appear, it
was ordered by the Court that publication tfor
three months, be made in the Raleigh Star, and
the Raleigh Register; ; giving notice to the said
defendant, that unless she appear at the 5 next
Superior Court of law to be held for the -county
of Wayne, at. the Courthouse in Wayrtesbdrough,v
the first Monday after thej fourt h M on day of . S e p-
temner next, and inert ana tnere to answer or
demur , to said petition,' judgment will be taken
Price ' adv. $5 25. -.
::a oy ;
SIB AROHI! I
iVVIU Stand the enpuing
season at my7 Stable, in Nott h
ampton -county, N', : Carolina,
about 3 miles from the Court
house, 6 miles from the town of Halifax and 21
from Belneld, Va. He will cover mares al $75
me season, payaDie on ine nrst or January next,
with one dollar to the groor r;n a!l caes. ; Such
of Sir Archie's friends as live at a distance will
send their notes with the mares, payable on the
first of January Also, . the feeding of the mares
to be; paid for wheo Aaltfejrf ; away. : ?rhec-asoh
commenced on the 1st February and w dl termi
nate on the first of, August next. ' Extensive
field 3 of snall grain and clover are: sowed for the
benefit -of mares, that may
be left w ith the horse,
wih the addition of grain
feeding at 2s(per day .
Separate enclosures are provided for,rhares with
colts." No pains v will be spared in takfng the
best possible care of mares, &c that mayi be left
but no responsibility for escapes or accidents; '
Sir Archie's blood, great size, performance on
the turf, and celebrity as 1 foal getter, are suffi
cient, recommendations. s JOHN D. AMIS. ir
, Sale of Xand slntl .'NegroesJ
pUllff UANT t o an Older of the C out of-E-quity
for Franklin County, I shall expose to
Public - Sale, .at the door pf the .Curth-ouse In
Louisburg, on Tuesday l!e 9f h day of Jurje next,
that ValiiabJeritACT of LAND,: on whiclji Na
thaniel Hunt, now Jives, lyi"g on the twaters of
Sycamore and Fpx Swampj,; adjoining ttie ; lands
of G. VV. Free man, Russt-il apd others ; t contain
ing about 3100- acres. The improverrients : on
this land are, a large and commodious Dwelling
t louse, SUh all convenient Out-House,;.ah ex
c Hent Gin House, and cleared land enough to
work, twenty or thirty Iianlds to advantage,. ( ! V? '
t Also, ? one other TR AdTi- lyiner on Crooked
Creek v adjoining J. Gray, JetTreys un3 others ;
containing about 500 acres. And j ! .V; ; .
Swamp, adj oining N. Patterson: and others.
A nother T R A CT of 44 acres, lying! on Fox
At the same time and place, and. under the
same order, I shall .offer for sale, three' likely
young Negro SLAV ES.:.;,..'): ' !v . C tL;. ; "'
''The' above; Prop erty wiir be sokln .1 1 credit
of six ahd twelye' nonthsjf the put chaser I givi ng
bona witn-approved security,, to ; t
from,'tiie date :l,,::.r;'s -'r
S talft nf , Nit)i Vol n 4
V ' ;wv:--. Martin COunty.'v-.'
: S v l.w ,E dv XTT.r-Spri nk Term .1.829'
- , . . !-:.. ..- .'. vr.if - v ?!
Edward Gi-iffi n, ; Silas
1 : lienne tt;;r Adm'r; of J oh ti
. ' .... ' : . i 4 -i ' '
,.V -j," . f lllt -Ht-irl l ii'ko '
2;T appearin g Ho t he ,sat st'abtion of the;Court
.hatLuk.e::Huiia-1a tiot a resident of this Stat e; j
it is brtei edi that he appear at .the nextjerrnlof
t he Superior C oiirt of Eqdity fot 1 a'rtihcpunty
juoginejnprw comesso wui oe. lUKen. against
; and that publication1 fif this rule b made
tor three month:
in ttie; Raleigh Register rr ivl
' : . J. B. IS L Al) C Mi E. T
s t. Vw
M Nait iVprjthecary SVor
Xff a - liberal 0ucatib and hft rites a: gopd3 h anft
Enquire pf WILLIAMS 8ttAXV0tv i
' VI . O. LiIU v. ....
ursday; the 1 28th insf. will; be sotdat
, Public Auction; at the TownHouse in Fav-
etteriUe,Thrtou Shares; of Cape-FearvNa-VigatibiiStbcITerriWbf
sale Cash .V -Forfar-
tucr panicuian, apply to
John crtisoe. ,
FajfetteyiHe, ,Miy ia
J. OATES SON havejiistreceived,
the following Ne anirPopular Music V
; t I'd Jbe a" BuVerfly ' 1 " ' ,
'Wvr-iHurrati forhellonnets'of Blue 'r; -"
'I've bieu Koammer ' , ' ' -
' ; . When you: are Roaming .
v ,:.OhJ nevvrTall ip tove ? ' . , , '
, ; Oh ! yes. we often mention hef " j
' ; Oh'! - no we." never me Ation her y .
Here wp rheet f oq soon to part -
The Butterfly? he M.oth and the Dec
The dashing .white Sergeant'
C V, Mey the bonnie, breast knot ' , ?
- TJiere's nqthing.true but Heaven r
; Oft in the stilly night :. - t, ' t
j Your heart and lute are all the Store
, Take this' Rose. sf '
.Though 'tis nil but a dream I v
i Farewell; to thee - Araby's "daughter -
" And je sM'all .walk in silk attire 1 - !
'wTo Ladies eyes v- l
'Tis the.Iast Rose of Summer- j -7
r Oh! come to me when' day light sets' .
: iSrinle'iJg'io my bonnie? Uissie 1 l ;
, Swiftly glides the'Boat ' ' , "
he bonoie wee.Wife . ' ( - . ..... ,
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k ' Fancy dipped ier pen in dew? ' 1 '.
leigh, May JfJ. 1829.' ' -K ' V
The Soutliern RevievH
No. VI. for: February Jand. May
.Is just received by J. Gales & Son.
- . , CONTENTS., , :
Art. 1. Franklin'a Narrative. Narratitre of a : '
Second Expedition to the; Shores of the Polar
Sea,5 in the years 1825, 1826 and X827, by John
Franklin, Captain RN; F R S, &c. ? Includmg
an Account of the Progress of a lietachment to
the Eastward. By John Richardson; :MiD.F.R.S, :
&c.1 Surgeon and Naturalist to the; Expedition.
ill. Cambridge Course of Mathematics.--!. An -Elementary
Treat ise on . Plain and Spherical Tri-'
gonometryj and on the application ot'Algebra to.
Geometry ; from the Mathematics of Lacroix .:
and Bezourjt. Translated -from the Frencli for .
the tise of the Stiidents pf the University of
CamLridge New-Englaid. Essai de r Geo- ;
metrie' AnalytiqUe apphduce aux cotii bes etaurV
A pplication de l'Algebre a la Gepmetrie. V . PaP -'
'M. .BourdonChevaheiV.&c. j;:';-Vi.'ii:.'-.Cr
4vllL " Stuart's Commentary on ithe- Hebre.ws.
A Commentary on the Epistle j to the Hebrewf. .
IrT two. volumes. ;(By Moses ' St nart, : Associate
Professor of Sacred Literature m the : Theologi
cal Seminary at Andoverif' V,jl-:v- v'lVy"i'C-r;
IV. On the, Manufacture of 'i H'U-:.;'V..-
Goethe's Withelrn Meister Wilhelm Mel- !
sterN. Apprenticeship. A Novel, from the Ger
man "of Goethel t4olsv 12rho. U y V vV:!
Vf VI. JV1emdirs)f Dr. Parr---l? Memoirs of the ,
Life, Writings and opinions of the Rev." Samuel
Parr,", L. L. 11 withyBiogiaphical Notices of
many of his friends; pupils and 'cohte'mpbraries'i f
By the Rv, Vrn,; Field. 2. parrjana of No
tices of the Rev. SAnd. Parr, L. D Vcollected '
from various soil rces, printed and manuscript,; .
and in part written by E H.' Barker; ;Es(i. ,. ,
:'fVlL. Modern' ;Gastrommyl'h'French Cook-. '
By Louisa Eustache tTde , Ci-devant Cookv to ,
Louis XVL and theVEar,!; of Seftonj' and Steward y
to his late Royal Highness, the Uukfe of York. : :
VIII. Law and: IawyrivyestmihSjteivflall,
or Professional Relics and Anecdotes of the Bar, !
Bench and'-W6olsack;;.B Voli.i
IX. -Liberty yofthe press Sedition ; Iw of '
'98Resolutions submitted in the- House of Re
presentatives", of the . Congress; Vof the ,United
States, declaratory-of the Unconstitutionality of
the Act, passed on the 14th of Jult-. 1798y com- -
monly. called the . S ledition Xaw rand ' providing ' .
loriuc resioratjon oi me ones wmcn : may ; nave",
beei-'paid to the respective Marshals of the Dis
trict Courts by the partieslw ip were convicted ' ,
hinder thi.-Aci::'crliS' :r
" X. The DiVownedr-By the author of V Pel- :
ham. vols, I2mo; ; -:,2.--Taie$ vof the Great V
St. , Bernard, k Ry the author of SalaihieJ." y
May. 4v t;tc: u :'..-'v.: 72-", ;';
TO THE AFF1.ICTED.
vFO U DISEASES OF TUB LUNGS. ,' ' '.
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fflHE Proprietor of this Medicine, after repeat
'X ed trials of: itsvirtties,. which have been aU
tended withthe most signal success." no w ofTers'
it to those who ure afflicted . with 'the wasting ' "
diseHses i -'which "it is designedtp;reileve in full
confidence' that it will, be found efficacious, par-'
ticularly if taken in the incipient stages of these; :
aiseases. . . -. ,.
ilbr two years past, this J Medicine ; has been
nreDared.m the form of a Powder. & taken as aiv . '.
infusion, with the mtfst happy success, y It is now ,
offered to the afBicted in the form ofa Sirup or
in Powder,' as tlie Patient -triay iprefer, Under the
corryiction, that. either form: -will . produce the1
Wrpe happy "residL' Amongit jhost prominent
qualifies the following inaybe Vnentioned' as en- ?
titled tp1 iarticutar consideration : It promote
thatgeni le ptrepiratipn which is deemed healthy,,
and checks ;those-Vw eats' w;hich aire morbid and C,
congestions of the lungs hy 'giving force, to the
languid circulation, r It assU ges.coughs. It pro- v
rnotva free and blandVexpecroritibni : It remove
pain frorp the cheit. It 'relieves asthmatic and
tivenes apd thus leaves the bowels in aL regulat
and healthy 'state; vvThus, it is found, that these
painful symptoms uiiclt mdate dweased lun-js,,
readily yiekl to' tlfis wetfut remedy, wli'eri sea- V
souably rleorted to'i and thatj it:restores the pa- .
tiento tltat'bbdilyf yigour; which that cruel
.disorder the consumption,5 if : left to its natural '
bpention, would very speedily destroy, t v .My
Certificates respecting the virtueof this Jledi-V v
cine wiU accorupany eah bottle. Price of ttia '
Syrup; J wpefOJOUie, jot a uozen." , Oi ttu
jPowdejr. $l.er:lpttle.br 9' ad6zeu ' v
iMW- Ames jiADLocnlr-
KFayetteville;' Febv 1829 f f. 4 53- ' '
ff3r:.1& Medicirieay be liad at thl'vStscTTt -
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