' -:AAaaI A , ' ;-'!;': -
Ours are the plans of fair, delightful peace,
-s ' I o t Pnwarp'd by PHty to lire like b rothers. ' . ;
1 " ' "-" 1 -" ' " 1 1 " " 11 j rr ' . . , ' V?''-' ' ''
' 1 m m' i. j 1 I , I I J . . ,11 1
- '...V. ?-:- , ,4VAt ( h$,tableV which ;was unusually alt t6Jt was in this hyperborean landwhere
ffTtTT! R,&iGSSTHiKV Hfngai one, nothing caroe amiss to him, ex-1 a freezing temperature is adverse t6 sdcia!
1 biished every TnrsDA'r and inmit, djj LCit,uMi9 which ujis navai jjij ihuc cuuiu hum intt-rourse, ay. connniog eacfl inaiviuuai
pl! Uonou a AT l?s SON:-.';- i( ...of .Ix'ar.y His;habhual food, : thatl whTcK he within Jii$ own limits : in these hamid and
:? Y.r , r ? ; . . " I.nrpfp.rrrt- was such aa wa!pat(n hv thplrolif nxrionc uha aWdrv I- n .,fcfntk
70!flr per annuin-naii in aayancc r -y .- -
i ;; '"Steffi rnT3rtrmnnv)nn
. "-i,Buncainbe.U?nfy. 1 .
. Siinerjor. Court! of r'-iwiVirllTini i cod . .
people, 'v-tfe -ate litile, but often, wberev-landjsiiperiority seems as though lit
? - ATiVFTlTISEMENTS ' erne ..might chance, to Def -and o matter to exert itsell onlvj to escape from them,
-'Hn-,Vei with whom. . ' V Vl.V to conhuer a milder climate, under a-dis-
No!e,eeedmg Wenty.ve cents for e ank hor, to excess from ha-1 tant 4j, ,t was here, thai this.cUien.de
. tiraes iop.a ua v bit, from rtaste, perhaps from vanity.;De- pot, accessible, o enamoured of truth,
V:rv succeeding phcaton,5 tno ot great- piorab!e braies, but less fi eq6ent than they fiiUlof khe pride'of noble ?actions4nd en-
toojoften sceh overcome bj a' sham
furious intoxication, but whereVstill bfteneir j voted- himself in order to transbrm " this
Uivleneth in-the.same propw
- KonVrnllv received.... L.XTTHRS to I : rl .-l .'Li-fc '.c.i-Jl- A-i-'it'-ii ii . r 7 . - . .
'the Editors must be
. proving nimseii more oowerrui tnan nis ex- oaroarous and desoiatinff ; nature into
. '-DPTPR I Hfcj txtiCiA I I Cesse. , hp. kpnf hittenpa. nnfl tislipnflv en lht(npri nnr) nnr itWito noifira
v.- :; ,v , - j bpre the ra3h ;lajiguagef whicb:intemper vll onet sentiment in tins, estimate be true
TrVnn sprur73 nisiory or icussia,' -I prumuicu loins cunviviiiiuuiuauiwus. i tijaLic : uou tnuuceu i 10 iioercy wttnout
ntC OI Liv,' ? ui uuunfl ui.cuiuiuuu iijucs, wuuoisi- i iii, awai c ui. iiy ui woi my OI i pariiCipai-
owt ed only ot a tew ourcers to convey his or-1 ingots results then the eulogist ofi Peter
In uoani a j m
hf gi ves : a ! most entertaining 'a 6cou n t
this. queer monarch. 'We find the foil
n iwa fKmlr iva rpmpmher 1 ders : luxurV ; was ' banished
.mv irii'iiiriiL itiiiwu w- - r t . - i -cj-
n coAn rlrainktixed ;With a remarka- sumptuary laws ; no plate was
lie nautu uii ill (IIBCII I U9C iuul iu tub
trom it by I ne Ureat has taken. a great deal if trou-
seen there.'! ble to no vuvnQS&r-English Publication.
h'e contempt lor ntsioncaiiru in s t c wM;U.h iniiiKH,,iwcauu,iuiu. vt t v .s ot ij :
nr " - " - 'j-'TiVirf. Gazf 4 morning, and lighted his fire with his own ,Fromthe.BaUimoreAmericanJ . .
kPVnWuck; and PetirgaVe orders that, pnbepiac.ed, is more trying t.t).c fecl-
Slr at eleren, the 'abl.dej ohe con- enl.ghten?dvUuss.an Kmperor were, not a- ingfrmres abater exertionffbr
SsshoiU be closelnsurrounded men.Ud when-hewenUmt .oMoors ; tjtude and resignation rtan thtpf aperr
sS ythi4ing the rKour-was come. Such .were. h,s habus at home when son under sentence of death, and on the
sw.5. .. it-. he wentout.it was Eenerallv on foot; or in eve'of exeeutmrijtv Hi: hi rfM ht
he should iMfcuejr. vvacn, no suiuciimcs uiuugn ne is npty.a Deing; cnioying health,
iinais. aU , r?'8l.H(,S5C,w-,nv "V" ibircugin.anu.ine vx exercise ot his ta-
-.v:: - 1 his fare. Hcid ail v snent several hours at Viilfic. liAmnaf m! Wti,nn A-m:;."-w'
he went singly
fans ; he entered boldly, icertain
find nothing but.Trembling crin
ready lettered oy nis guard
impatience had anticipated th
he tound mmseir, single anu
the- midst - or- their unshacKied
ell-armed band, at the
vre vociferating the
o:h that they would achieve r
At his unexpected appea ranee, how-
erpr, thev all- arose la confusion; Peter.
or; his'sidecbniprrhendjng.the full extent
of his 'danger exasperated at the supposed
disbed iefice of his guards' and furious at
hiving thrown hiniself into peris" supprs
eJ ney erf he less the violence ' of his eino-
!iiin.-: Having "gone too far .tc recedp,. he
;r not iosQ his presence of mind ; he,un
hesitatingly advanced among his'throng of
: ' j ; - :r. .t r ' r i . i i. . 1
traitors, greeung i mem ramuiariy, anu.
in a calm and natural tone, said, that f as
fie was passing by their, house, he saw a
Tight in it ; that suppnsing they were a
niusing themselves he had entered in .or-
Ier,ta share their pleasu rcg.' . -lie then
seaieu nimseii, aim uriiiih. iu ins aassllJ)
ho standing up around himT, could hot a
oid putting the glass about, and drinking
5ii health. ; '-l ' '.. 1 ': :
. t But soon they bpgan to consult each
other by their looks, ; to make, numerous
hts, and to grow more daring ; one. of
'hemjeaned over to Sukankim, and .said,
in a low yoice, s. Brother, lit is time.'
The latter, for what reason is unknown.
rotated, and hadscarcely replied Not
vef,' wben-Peter who herd him, and who.
tlso heard at last the footsteps of his guards--started
from his scat knocked hiimlown
pj a blow in the face,; and 'exclaimed - if
i is not yet time for you, -scoundrel, u js
for me.' " This blow, and the sight of the
fcua rd s, th re w the assassi ns' into c o n i t e r -
laiion, they fell on their knees and implo
red forgi v en e ssry Chain-f. them, repl ied
ie terrible 'Tzar. Thenturning to the
'Hcer of the: runrils: he struck himV
wd reproached him with his want of pun c-
nalitj,: but the -latter 'showed ; iim ' hii
krder ; and. the Tzai,i 'perceiving his mis-
t;,Ke, clasped him in his arm? kissedf him
n the forehead, ftnd proclaimed hi fideli
7 and entrusted hira with- the custody of
' His vengeanc e was t e rri bl e z t he pun
ime.nt was more ferocious than .the crime
dation of each member : then death when
Mt entiushorblood . and flife was . Ieft;.to
How "the sense of iufferin?. IrTo clnse the
vhule,'the heatls were; exposed iinonc tne
'JmoiiLof a jp olumni f i.the members'' being
m me trica I Vy ; arranged around j them :, as
"niaments ; a scene well worthy! of -a go
vernment' of masters and .slaves recipro
'Uy brutifying each olher, andiwhose only
xi was' fear.'? "f ti h i -
i. uuiuumic ; oauus oi tne imperial ruf-
who is our 'author-' I
H i wa y s a n d h i s m a n n e rsl it' is f r h i
:7ef? uNish'd but they rwere-simnleV
rank and natural 5 likethose of every mu'
. .c ..as a great end u v euL ,ith. V
U . w,th a resolute and stiglui,?ward
f " llf Ulltl
.' f' . IlfiA Snat(i ' Kn n-irTlritlnrltf at th A irl ml-1 - - ' J. 1 J 1 J ' . f
e timei and " '"- . v.v,.. v . ucunueu seuseiessanu i nam mate lumpoi
unarmed, vin after wich, and always follo
, daring. ,,IVC WiC.;grai ".F-1 VV.wj': af' ;uS napS oiasted, whether he dieai criminal or
instant when they v w """"-r' "" tne martyr 01 pis
' t ' & w . h iiimiir iiwiiiii ail i it k . b a
last , words ot . an -" - f f.' C ' r. . I ceases 10 nave a
us destruc- WV. '"'o? .r ". - :.v . V i I mougnis, and lie,
opinions . lhe world
ny room or interest in his
now reflets with intense-
saiiors, especially ne uuicn irom wnom ne5s on eternity. All the actions of his
he could scarcely be dis'inguished by his past life rush m quick succession before
dress. There, wdhout ceremony, he took jlis lnind, and he would give worlds ifma
a part iu their business, their pleasures and ny of , ig deeds.had been left undone and
their conversation,, questionii thfem con- thouli his feelings are depressed, and his
tinually and gaining great knowledge from Spirit torn and agnized he endeavors to
their replies.: t ; t 1 maintain his self-possession antl fortitude
1 MW to the1asfe!oment,t and generally ! sue
wnh hit own hands in the, manufactories ceeds;Uf -h be a derson -who .forfeits' his
ling to his own opinion
...KI..U tin hnA n.uk icUaH I t 1 12 . V ll 11 tV fl I -. . -
"Hitu. lie jiou ,cwj-hiiiu. i rak A4 nnn,
uiat ne oiiennered mmse.i ,puu
Euronean vessels which came to Cron-fi ll .. , ., .
stadt, and that lie received, like other pi
lots the nay of a service which he consul-
an w hosp foiit;nL-j ...
. '"vminat Hi'UliiCl. in
tm it. rise above the pouipous littleness
Jindeiaud; of vanity. - 1 ! i . ' .
ii . .. v ""''u m rciciuui uu
,. - - - - c anuan ;wouiu U1II1K
. - n""", timu"n IOr . Illtnsl I :rhPi .
id some books form
he WaS Jiiil at tinnio - tl-iii' ! tr if
V hen he wa imt i
rv i f - V-Wr "fa hutor the bare grouud,
i ",V, aJ a bed ) now andthen .straw,
;'. he could -et it ; if noti he leanvd hi
ne oincer who attended on hiiu,
cros under 'itaiid-whyie busi-
LIUU ilS IUO
lvas o remain in th'posi
rt,es av the b'bUVer wliich'hfe V.
,y every thing in liirn vvaihostile' to lux-
- Jfd J.Mikt d to trip lifcpfnt hia Vlithot
aiaui ' i,";, Ven.M' a course cloth tal-
m & . w a v - . & bp a ' v a u
stop at a I
ered as an honour, and which h
sirous to render honourable. , ,
Another time, haying been
by the state of his health, to
forge, he for some hours became a smith
Nor let it be supposed that there was any
thing puerile in this, for , in him, every
thing, even to the major part of his most
trifling actions, tended to a great purpose.1
For tljis reason, on his return t 'Moscow,'
he went to the master of the forge, .and
inquired what he paid; his workmen:
Well; then," said he, I, at ithat rate,
Kir fh i mnro' rwvrffi 1 nifr i Diemi "
lhe yriter of this; was led to these re-
a I I I 1. 1 . 1. 1 1 I I I 1 ntiria-alll" I llf I HI'll i iiiii iki
e was de-" . ' r '
vvoi. iiesa, wnu was snoi in me puouc ria-
;nmn.il,i za of Buenos' Ajres oh the 16th February
..iit.hq ui vu vunuii ah ai ma uguiiiat
the present government. He. was made
prisoner in" the country and "arrived in
town on Friday, was triejd and condemn
ed on Saturday, and executed on Mon
day. On the morning of the execution, a
double irow of troops surrounded a part of
. I ' . . . . . - . i i.
the f raza, which was thronged with peo
ple, and in. the midst of which a scatioid
had been previously erected. Whem the
Stdte of North-Carolina.
V-b . (irftnVilfp Clauntv.
Court. -of Pleas and Qoarter Sessions. - '
May Term, A: D.. 1829. V , . '
Howcl Fraizer, Adrii'r.-of AVilliam Hester, dec.
Robert Hester (of Wm'.)
Orrgfinal attachment-., 4;Leyied in the1 hands of
r Thos. R. Litllejohft, Esq.-and he is summoned
as Garnishee. - ; Li y
appearing to. the satisfaction of the ; Court,
aL that the; defendant, ; lioh'eit Hester, Us not
an inhabitant of this State i it is ordered that
publication b e rnade. j n t h rf 1 1 alei qplf Reffliter' for
six: weeks,' giving notice to tlie'said Robert Hes-
Polly Buckner; I
ter that he appear at the Court ofr-Pleas and
Quarter Sessions to be held for the Coiiiiity and
State afbresaul, at the Cbarthousevindxfbrd
on the first Mcfnday in August next, tfien. and
there replevy and plead 'to issue,' or judgm ent
final Avill be 'rendered up tgainst Jvimi atld : the
property levied on, condemned subject, to the
(jwmuii 3 ipvuici. i micas, piepueii rw. onccu,
Clerk of aaid Court, at office in Oxford, the first
Monday, in May, ."Av T), ',182 "S'-M-
' T- jCTVOTir r-xTTin t- ' inil.,
Superior Court of La vy- April Term1829. -'.
Petition for Divorce.
ORDERED JjyCaurtj that 'pulilicatpntyjs'made
for 3 months successively in the ltaleleh
Register, and the Yadkin vLm Catawba Journal,
that the Defendant be and appear at thfe next
Superior Court of Law, to be nekl tor Buncombe
county; at the. Court-house In Asheville, Mn the
2d Jtonday aftecihe. -4th Monday iri September
next, and plead or answer.to the Plaintiff's! peti
tion, or the same will be heard ex parte. v , '.
vv iiutsi iiuuvi a.n J vja4 ikvui MiU; v11
at Office,, the 2d. Monday ahir the 4th Monday
of March,' 1829. . . U;5- . v ' c- ,- i 1 ' -;' .-i
ROBERT HENRY, C. S. C; .
I 8 . o " P-v ;Py7i thatpuWicfition be made- ;
Register,- airl the 'Yikin' uTu ntawh Tonrr.r
that the DUeiMlav-t; be and appear at the liext ' '
SupeTmrCpurt'of ftq be hqid for Buncombe .
t)fe:Couft4?oiise ii; Ashevilleoii thc .'
3d Monday after :4th ,AIpnday iri St-.p fepi bet '
net ape! plead :paiteer to the Plaintiff "iVei'-T v
tion, or the same willhe heard e&pvric. V. " '-"A - ;
WjtnessiJtobert.Hehrv: lert vi i n,T nrtv,r
O Original i Attach ment levied
klotr J !i,9SVf d.llot in the city ;
IT appearing to tli efsiitisfactmnoof the Court '
Uhat the Defefendant, -Daniel Peck-is not an
inhabitant of this State :j It is ordered, that pub-,
hcatioh be made in tlie Raleirh Register for &
tnbliceAtdt thevsftitr DaWt-r Perlr
that he appearatHhe CoUrt of Pleas and Quarter
Buncombe. C6u nt v.
Superior Court of Law - April 'Term, 1
William Uobards, ") ! ' 'v'r ., 'Z1 vC:,f
;. - v -v. . ; letiti
Margaret Robards. i
ORDERED by Court, that publication b tnade
for 3 months succeisively hi the Raleiffh
Register, and the Yadkin and Catawba' Journal,'
that the Defendant be and ap near at the 'next
Superior Court of Law to be held for Buoombe
county, at the Court-house in Asheville, 6'n the
2d Monday after the 4th Monday in' September
next, and plead or answer to the PlainUhV s pe
tition, or the same will be .heard ex parte. f-':::- ';
;' Witness, Robert Henry, Clerk of said Court
at Office,' the 2d Monday after the 4tti Monday
of March, 1829. " ; ,J-. " 'i ; h
ROBERT HENRY, .CSlfC4,
Petition for. Divorce.
have earned eight alkiiis, (about thirteen ciock or tne uaotiaa struct ten, (the hour
pence) and l am come for the .mrney. appointed for the execution) the roll of
Having received it, he added, that, with a drum was heard from the opposite sides
this sum he would buy for. himself a pair of the troops, and ;in a few minutes after,
of shoes, of which he was in great .want- the prisoner, in his shirt sleeves and bare-
This was very; true ; and he theifi hastened headed, entered the square and mounted
to the market to make his purchase, which the scaffold attended ;by two or three of
he aterwards -felt a' pleasure-in! wearing, the military, a confessor, the executioner
SeWwha'I-'''ern?il'by;;tlid sweat of my and a. drummer. He was a man apparent-
brow, said -jie-.to his cottrtiers-thus prid- ly abou t 40 years of age,' of robust figure
ing himself on the fruits of his Vjabour, in and good countenance, a soldier in ap-
the eves of a nobilitvwhom he Wished to pearance, andr stoodtthe scrutiny ofithe'
cure of the Oriental apd haughty, indolence j public Jgaze without! shrinking or appear-
witn wnicn mey, were imuuenj i - . i ing to inner iu a single xierve-. x ney went
: v A ffreat man who thus exDOsVci the weak I through the ceremony of dissrracinar him.
points of his character, should titf. content by putting on his jacket and.hatJ buckling
to,be : thought: yairi of his Vgreatness, since on his sword, and again depriving him of
he, considered Jt able to" aflrd uch con- them, i telling him that he was no longer
cessions to his puerilities Count de Se-' worthy 1 of them, that he had acted the
ur,;vwnose vcapacitfnor; estimating., the part ot a traitor, otc- which he, must now
i anu . inniiary, . governor exniate witn ms iiiei'' nis hat vvvas -then
Iced Ion, his head to protect him from
f rays of the sun, which he atiiusted to
words-A AA 'AjA "A'--:A " I his own'likinir and essayed to sneak : but
State of NortluC&vdXinrffC
Buncombe County. ' j j
Superior Court of La w April Term, 1829.
. v.; . . Cl
Eleanor Preslv. S
d BDERK1) bv Court, that publication be made
J Sor 3 months successively in' the' R:i!eiii"' s
Register, and the Yadkin and Catawba Journal.
that the Defendant be and appear at thej next
Superior Court of L iw. to be held forvBuncombe
county, at the Court house in Ahheville, on the
2d Monday after the 4th Monday in September
next, and plead or answer to the rlamtift 's peti
tion, or the same will be heard ex parte. . ' i -
Witness,. Pjert Henry, Clerk of said Court
at Oifice, the 2d Monday after the 4th Monday
of March, 1829. K - A- -A, - -A-AC"-f : ' y-' :
V . ROBERT HENRY, C. S. C.
sessions, to be held tor the Countv and Slate a.
foresaid, atthe; Courhbu '
3d i Monday ; ip l!uj listpexCtfien and there re-Xir-
f,,v,j .. iu , iu orjuunpiu nnai win ,
be rendered up against: him,: dndt!ie property- ; ':''
levied on condemoedsuhject tovthe PialnjifPs '';'f
of . said Court, af office iij Ualekhtlie 3d Mori- : .
day . in Maylb9.i?.'
v '- AeAAAA:AAitENJB..KlS( ,Clicr .v.',.' AA
. : Wake Countv. ; 5: A :-
uourt oi t'leas and
IQuarter Session?; !: tVfi
May Term, A, D. 1829: ' -y--. S'AA-
Original Attachraetitr levied;
oh.auHouse and Lot in the Ci-;
v;rA- -rf" ' "aicign, ana ,su nary o-
Daniel Peck. . 'c ? -ugeineri;wim
tHistorians: of the nineteenth century,
whi'le we detest the violent acks of this
prince,' why shou I d wc be astonished at
his despotism ?, VVho was there who could
then. teach him, that to be truly ,Iiberal or
moral . is . the si me , thing. . But ; of what
consequence is it, that he- waainorant
that moralitycal)s - for1 the establishment
of iiberfyJ as being thejbesit possible means
of securing- the general welfare!? .All
that he tl id for that ."Wei fare, orj ih other
wordsfor the glory, the instruction, and
the prosperity of his empire, ; it ; not
benefice I to that' liberty, of which neither
him:eif nohis people were yet worthy ?
Thusi without being aware ot it, (Feter the
Great diimpreY far liberty . jail the
dreams of liberalisin have since ffancied
thaL lie oughjj to hav e done HisJ people
are indebted t to dmfor1 their ratand
most cl i ffic u 1 ts'tep" j u wa rd s ; .'.era a n c fpjtfon.
What matters, then, his abhorrence of. the
word when he laboured; so iinuch fir the
vhing r--Since lespot.isiii "wa necessuiy
lhe re, how could he better ejnpVijjif f-Z '
r If hcv carried iha ttef s Vtbo; farif - he
often deemed it just to inflict phi his eue-
tfiies ail. the evil whiclr they wisheuto him,
and to treat his couiitry-like a conquest in
order to confjueritl,o),ciM
word,!!. Ife' overcaioe in hillussiahs their
barbarmsVoanners:by;dint of the, birba
rism which 'stil t renraiiie'd in hiulsel fT-the
faul 1 1m us t be at t r ibu ted to his eil ii cation,
to th e' a jge j a . w h ich he I ) iy ed , - addf j 6'the
circum s tance of i d egree of ; povj er r bei ng
fejquisVt e I herei ivh i ch has n'eVe r bee n fou nd
"exist in man :" wi t h oil t bei pgr' pushed ? to
his voice was 1 drowned by a roll of the
lrum ! on the scaffold;, He (descended
the steps with perfect firmness, attend
ed by -th e con fessor was pi aced on a seat
attached to one' pifther posts" oj tlieJ'Pliza'
for the purpose adjusted the handkerchief
to his eyes, and .was secured to the post
when on a signal from the executioner
he received Hhe fire of four: muskets
placed within a yard.of his breast, i A
gush of blood was sent forth even to stain
the clothes of the soldiers who tired.; and
not appearing perfectly dead, he was again
fired i n to by. four others, when every spark
of lifeHvas extinguished. The troops were
marched t by the dead body, which 5 was
exposed to the public gaxe for at least
half an hour A -The crowd dispersedthe
blood sf; fiincd ground was dug up, and at
noon noOthery re
inained,' Sthanltlie seat! ?bn which "the un
fortunate iriai had met his fate.
j THE subscriber-offers? for Sale the late resV
dence of Chitf Justice Taylor, , at present occu
pied by Thorn as Ruffi r! Esq A Thisseat i ni mer
diatel'. adjoins the-City of Raleigh, "has sixty
three, acres of land ; attached to it,'; and is ; decid.
(pdly the handsomest arid most eligible' place of
residence in that' neigljb diiood. r;Fdr-iUrrosi-. a j;
plication may be madeVtb' Sherwood Haywood,'
Esq. of Raleigh,- or to the subscriber. 1 ' .
' J I ' . i. .. ' ' WITT titz'mT
Newbern, April. 3.'
hecary Store; a Young Man "who h
a liberal educatiOa and writes a, good hand:-
Petition for Divorce!
State of North-Carolina;
Buncombe Cpuntv. 1
Superior Court of Luw April Term, 1829.
Deborah Raper. S '-;' ' : ."' J
ORDERED by Court, that publication be made
for 2r months successively in the Raleigli
I Register, and the-Yadkin and Catawba Journal,
that the Uetendant oe ana appear at the next
Superior Court of Law to-be held for Buncombe
county, at the Court-house in Asheville, Oij the
2d; Monday after the 4th Monday in September
next, and plead or answer to.tfie Plaintiff's peti
tion, or the same will be heard ex parte; , ; .
Witness, Robert Henry- Clerk of said Court
at Office, the 2d Monday after the 4th ' Monday
of March, 1829..- , i?; AA.AC ''AAa'-5
Y ; - ROBERT HENRY, C. S. C
State of North-Carolina,
:. ju uii'iti vyMiiLJ' -A. Am."
Superior Court of LawApril Term,-182 9
Ann Armstrong,." . v---''", ' A "PJ I '
. v. ! ' ' Petition for Divorce. ji
Sam'h Armstrong. JiAA' 'A'AyA'Ai''
OIIDEUE15 by Court; that publication be made
for .3 months successively in the Raleigh
Register, and the -ldkiivahd'Catawba Journal
that the Defendant be and appear at the next
Superior Court of Law to be held for Buncombe
county, at the Court-house in ' Asheville, on the
2d Monday after, the 4th "..Monday 'iti September
next, and plead or answer to tile Plaintiffs. pe
tition, or the same will be heard ex parte: j
Witness," Robert Henry, Clerk of said Court
at Office, the. 2d Monday after-the 4th Monday
or .3iarcn,..iai5.y. r-v; n ...i-v h -,. .-r.-.r r
aAi as Robert henry, c: srq.
j divers I persons summoned as
' ,v,':',.;.v:;vJ-tSarrt,isheis-S v.-
IT" appear) ng: tovthe satisfaction 'of the Court, 'Afs'
' ' that .the Defendan'fpaHiel. I'ec'fc is liot'an in A A .
habitant of this Statelf is ordered, that publi- ;
cation be raadejn theljRaleigh Register; for six ; f :
weeks, giving nptice to the said, Daniel Peck, ; ;
that he appear at the Court of Pleas and Quarter T
Sessions, to be held for' the County artd State
aforesaid, at the CouTrt-horise in Rdeigbori the VV:
3d Monday in August next, then .and there re-? 1 '
pleyyuid plead to isstie,; or judgment final will '' ' -be
rendered - up agaiiist him, and the property.
levied On condemned tibject toPlaintiif's re- ;
covery; . Witness, BeryamiriS; KngCleVk: of ; :, A
said Court, at office in Raleigh, the 3d Monday . '
in May, 1829. UAAAA AAA A'A-A : A
:K,A -AA ::-vrlBENJ.:S.r'KING Clerk. :'r--r
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A Superior Court ofLaw-liprirTerm, 1829 A
i": j. Infill CvnW - ;,J i s . - . "t ,. J
v--ciPetujontb va.:-:. A'
Svv cate -a Cifant i ;-'AA '
6c devisees. 1 - ,.,.-.-, J - r--,
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the. Court, , . ' ' .-'
that the Defendants in this case, .to wit. Jas. : J
Holland; jr. r- Rhodes and Cynthia ; his. wife,
- Perkins and SopiiiaV hisVifeheirsand de
visees of j James' Holland, and Holland, -wt- ,s ;
dowof the said James 'tlolltnd, are; inhabitants : T
of another State; so: that the:oi-dinay process of A A
law cannot be' sjerV that .
publication be made: for threq ; moBths'succes- . '
siveh' in the RaleigfRegister; that. the said De- ' -
fendants ber and! appear' atheC;ht3SupeHor ,
Court of Law to he held for!Jid$fSohntvi''at,the 4 ''
Court-house in Waynesville on the second Wed- V
hesday after the fourthMondanv;Septe:nber.'.v
next; therirand there r'to pleadanswer or demur -
to the Plaintiff's petition; "o iudemeht fcro co7i- A
fesso wiU be;'ehtered against therti. rAA"A A 'A:. - "
r 'Witness, John B. Love, 'Clerk of said Court at
Office," the second L WednesdaV4 alters the fourth
ionday'inla'rchl62 '; ; . '
Am , ; : JUIIJX li-LUVE, U.; 55. C.
Jas Holland's heirs
. I with divers persona:.
i J sumhi'nd as Gam's ' , .
T appearing to the:sa(isfictiohfof the Courts -;
,thattheDefcridant;DanieKPeckTKfiot an "
inhabitant of this. State It is ordered, that pub-
lication be made in the Raleifch Register for six A: ,
weeits, jjvmg- notice; it xne saia garnet . recK, - ,
that he appear at' the" Court of Pleas and Quar- , . :
ter Sessions, to be ? held for,, the 'County 1 and '' '
State aforesaid, at-the Court-house m' Raleigh, i - 'A
on; the 3d : Mohday in August pext then and
there .replevy and plead to issue, or judgment, ? ' ..
final will be rendered "up against him,-rand. the
pryperxy evieu on conuemney, suDject: to ine ; ,
PiainUflTecoveryWiiriess Benf'n,-' S. .King :-'A A-
"il f r..... .'.i -ffi." '!.i'ti.i.' I ii' n i :'
a State ofiNorlh-CafolinalMtm
A'- v puncumue VyOuuiy. hfi-. t
r. ..Superior Couroflw-Aprilrerm
Thomas Sharpc,0 . AA: KM- lA-v:'':-vt;l'kSPetition
for Divorce V A
SusannaUv'Sharpe.' :AAAAA AA9?0'm ':
V?k RD ERE D by Courtthat publication be rade
HJ' for three mppths
Jou rnal ;.thatit the : Defendant ,.oe and appearat
the pe2it Superior Court of Law to be held for
yilie oh thefsecondlMonda after th
Biohda'yl in September next; , and pleafi or jan
sw er to the Plaintiff's petition or the i Jme will
be heard ex parte, t , ' ; ' '. v" A.
- ."Witness, Robert Henry, Clerk of said Court at
Office, the second, Blondav after the,fourth M.oh4
day of March, 1829;. ; A- --':.
, : ROBERT HENRY, C. S. Cs
;CorrbfiT ; AA A A:
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levied on a House &
Lot iit the city of Ra
Wm.' Peck,' as Age nt, &c.
L Ieigh;& sundry other
r: articles,;, together'.
Cleik of said Court at office vtf ilaleigli the 3d r
Moridayt'iri May1829. '"'" t fTi'':'-iv'r..-
iv?'-1',-4" ; Aa.:
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fTHE. Examination will take place on Mondiy :
JiatTdTuesday. thettst ikn& ?ddavs of June' A,-'
TbeExercisesiwill be resumed oh Thursday the "
l$th xfuly.Vjv A-pA-iA Aj; ; , .
iTOI.. BINGHAM1 Principals .
Tlie tLatoVaiii Shaw ;' '
jnpiIE Notes given ';forj articles purchased at the s
ifl:'aIe'oftherJGdcids'and Efi'ects i of the late f
William Shawj 6fIle.Igb, in November last, are
now due, and thts 'makers of them are.requested ,-, - '
totcall at th e : Dwelling-Hoose of thej deceased, ... '
atid pay. the sarae'to the subscriber, on or before -
the 20th, 'of Jane,, as all. such Notes'as well as '
all other Notes'and ' open, Accounts,' due to carl : :
Estate, "ft-hich may remain unpaid after thit d M V
will be "placed in the hands of. an c2ccr fur cA
lection :T l.. -s -v.'
PRISC1LLA SHAYr Es'rs.
vithout being;' pushed? tor . Enquire of WILLIAMS & HAYWOOD. ' , v UbAIHtva , . V .n ? ' ' PRISC1L
' -A Al'-:V lVRalcigb;Mayll. . A A) SrssM v cFbr;sale;at tbis.Qffice; t v; V Ralcigbi May 1C29,
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