. '-'' . f " - V - . -. .v- : r . , . . . - . . . ' ' -1 :-. . t ... . -j . ..... .. ' . - ' . . . - i v . , . -
; Ours are the. plans of fair, delightful peace, v
Unwarp'd by party rage to live like brothers.!
- i . t "T V I- ! . ' 1 ' . . . - C . 1 "Li. - I " 1 " .1 . i lilt 1 1 t r.. . . . J . . . . f - " y '. i 4 . I ,1-.-.. .f.T-
'r v- jl.- ...'-.:. 'J-.T.V- . -k- .;" t - v- ." H '.t
- -J -v i n a par in his powers and wants, with his bwl in norther respect was 'any "weakness of) T6-
- iw jhowhh n ; i-T .- 9-1 f thers and sisters- he" should be on a naV ilsa I LL .iv a? r '
'vtliJtA) 5.wT-f,rr-.-Tm-tj-'r--;j.in the-partition i of the- patrimony : and such l 'VI i. ni: J 1 r
- - 1. . ' Tt.an n) Pntnir: hv ; ...' r- . . ,, , .. . v . -7. I ment fflr ni an author htrnltvnr fhi r miniLl .
Atf Winri per anim
times-for a Dollar, and. twentyvecents for
eWrV speeding publication tpse ot jgrca
eT'lengtliin-the same proportmnCoMwr-
thankfully receivea.... betters w
r y yim the-JRifomurid Compiler.
; ' jvi R. JE If FERSON ' OPINION. 13
A case was decldett bv the Court of A p
peals in the month tif May last (the case
if Davisjr.''Rwe) which turned uphrtiur
fnous Lar of DescentsjThis ;Jiw(iwa
,rinany;passedi in i the year, jrSS-r-atid
was intended to 4 (Utct:t courae,qfDes
tefifs. I Assume, ot our readers in th jt ttK--crStatesTftay'wish
to see) the; U
thU subjrct, which appears to 'be penned
bvIrrJeSerson;;We jshallayc? 1 s sec-
tin before them , rhe vLeislator eems
fo have studied the coufse of nature in ma
klri his jprovisions that U to say hehas
tried tii ilistrtbute ierealf estate, wher
v. And thus the law tries to -make I that
rv will for a mahJlwhicli " he mighrlhaye
tnWH! fi.r himelf." The first !sectionJbf
t he la w is as fol lows t ;3 V r-
Pe it enacted by the General Assembly, (That
hcrtcetorth when anv person having title to any
7enl estate of inheritance, shall die , intestate,
as to such estate tt shall descend ' and pass in
pr$chary to bis kindred,. '..male and female, j in
'following'-course; thafia to say ; .' 'M
To hit children, or their descendants it any
tf there be no children.' nor their descendants,
then to M father s : i ;
ff there' be no father, then to his rniher
lirrfthers and sisters, and their descendant 5, or
such of 'them as there" be '5 ' f X- :P v i:
If there he no mother, J nor brother, nor sis
ter, nor their descendants, then the inheritance
hall be divided into two moieties, one of which
shall go to the paternal, the Other to the mnler-
iviL mnarea. in iae iougwmr course, uutd ; w
First to the rrandfatheri !
If there be no grandfather, then, to the grand
mother, uncles and aunts on the same sideJ and
their descendantsor such of them as therd be
If there be nq gr'andmpther uncle nor - aunt;
nor their descendants, then to the great ; gf and
fkihers, or 'great grandfather, ! if there be 6ut
9Mf v :? -;.;vv-; '. .tv.
; If there be no great grandfather, then to the
great grandmothers, or great grandmother; if
ttefe be hdt one, and the brothers arid sisters bf
the grandfathers and. grandmothers, and their
descendants, or such of them as there be ;
And so on in other cases, without-end pass
ing to th nearest lineal male ancestors, and, tor
the wanVof them, to the lineal female ancestors,
in the same degree,' and the descendants of such
male and female ancestors, or to such of them
as there, be. ' y yrX. ?7i:&''
We will not pursue4 the distribution
ther, as it;is laid down in i the Statute
thinking it flnecessary to add, that by
inuther act the, rights'of the iofloio are ta
ken careof that is fo say,' Where any pei -son
shall die intestate as to his goixls and
chattels or any part thereof, after funeral
debt and jut expenses paid, i, Aerc &e
no child, one moiety t vri if there be a chUd
r children one third of the surplus" shall
go to, the wife,' (then followotheF; regula
tiont about. .the. slaves &c; l ' :
With these explanations, we submit
toilowins extract from the ca$e betore
Court of Appeals to-which We have alrea-
j alluded The Judges gave tneir opm
ios seriatim-and from judgejCarr?8 we
extract t he Toll o w i ng i nteresting pa ragraph
aoout Mr. Jeflerson : ;.v - r-y-:;:U
.. . . ...... - . ' - , '1 - : .r it, '
Anotheiece of evidence has lately come to
"j R.JKJwieuj;e, 'Wiiic.ii as euuing 10 snewi.iue
timlerstaA3ingv of the reyisorst has st rengt hened
snd'eonfirmed the opinioh 1 had already formed :'
8s which I think it not improper to state. Havtug
a faint Tecollection that in a conversation Wit h
Mr. Jefferson formerly, he had mentioned that
drew the Jaw : of clescehts ; I i thought th re
JiKnt be something among 'his! papers casting
I'gUt on its oiigin.'V,! therefore wrote to a e'en-
cman wnc lias access to His
. f U" w... .......
-wmten by Mr. Jefferson, and . which liin
rauiuu w,u probably be published during ithe
present year. I niayr. therefore, 1 presume, vap
1 . . mHtter ot history. V It will be recol-
Z 1 . ot, he committee of five appointed to
r. enrffefany .were the only4 members who act
though the Whole plan was settled before
"e deatlrof MrZ. r resigni4tioh xf MfV 31a
ZH' 1 he Menuiirsyjr The 4bther two gtciiv
tl mon Hiiyselfdivuledlhe work among -taii-,
. i co,n"?. jaw ;:nd tlie statutes to 4th Jameh
1st (wheri biir searate LegisUture was exta.
Jjte hom that period to tlie present day to Mr.
tOn.'i 1. I.... " 1 . x- , 4 ..
AS the law'otN deseeritRancf the criminal
itW fcli f coirSe within rny rKrtfoii; r wished
,;?e wtnUee to settle the leadinV principles bf
. s Suwle ..for. me in framing them i 'ad
' k W.t.totti first, CllVroposetf toabol-
wvc law: pr primogeriiturjluid to make real
km sccntlble in pVi cVhary tu the r next of
1 i.:09-. Prwfil. bfhrtii is MhesMufeofdirtri-
1 r, Pepdifctpi ; Wihed Jo' preserve the
. ti t ff ort.jijt uiTurebut seeing at once that
thm.n 7 Prevail 4- he proposed weTshould
wV-u''!,t tI-c brew prUiciptearid giVeM
i U the eldest snnrt.iia AU.
or .1. .- "r-- -?r'--T,.r-'. -invivi
nr.V e.W.urk' Jt m,Sht be:f- natural
ncc ct 1 -s ntjhuo a doubleorticnj but btii
O'AT.-RS'ff Rlliv l I feav thift fextract to sneak for itself And will I e uiscnaree irom tneeirioore no reia-i
there ;was; no will,ih;such a way;! asj.jiritist
persons wold be jmpeUedbytheir.own
naltirai feeKngs to dispose of their.1. proper-
aim to send me an extract of any thing he might
fid on that subject, i received 4 !rom?him the
oVilv further remark on this point, that I have no I
i uMr ei wh lanciiwiui me uuaugcn 1
SINGULAR CASE.OF INSANITY. -i
4-C ,;'-v-;'fHf-, -v -'n-NiT'-v ' -v
Caused fttrectlq W
lay for a Tew moments stunned, r Next day 1
t ucau uh k siting uouit " ,
uen m iuti possession 01 ins senses, ami
complaining only of a pain in the head, on
which no 'farther iniory could be detected
. . ' il aI. . r
except a few superficial. excoriationSi, " He
had passed a good . nighU .the pti I se and res
piration were natural, and the functions of
the. brain were, ouite. unaffected. 1 his
were, quite. unaltecter.
v ". . ; . s . - .
w hen in atters sudd enly totik ad i ffe ren t tu r n
without any freh l caused anjd in the. course I
that do cn. iinlnlallilfaiiU n niit nfholt I
. .;r . . 7& . l 1
insisted on leaving me nouse, stareu ngm
oelore nim, wou!l not answer a njr question i
' . . . m
anil did every thine confusedly antl hur- i
riedly " It was" impossible to ifix his atterir
w ..Urn. .aa Vnn. 1
T" "f lrr""l:0 "-L
,u..vV f..V M. . .M.u. rjr ,n saying, that Mr. Wilkes is a Teacher deserv
serum at the same tune issued from. the right fng much encouragement, both on account of
ear. In twenty-four hours, more he became his talenis and attention to hisschod. ; v-
speechless, .atleast could not articulate
at least Could not Articulate
out from time to time; uttered involuntary
and unintelhsib e cries, and i in renly to
frequently repeated r questions answered
e, without any" regard, to its meaning.
fh e tongue appeared to have lost its vol
untary movement.. 1 Beins placed in the
warm bath hejtt ti st evidently relished it.
. f ? - - ' t tm - - - - . - tii 4 i
put on:a jucket jt coidwat
oyer his head, he screamed out ana sprang I
from the bath, nor could any entreaty sub-1
sequently persuade him .to enter it again, j
nthor A-irfinnUn u oo f.mt.l.aitr ..n.nn I i
uav. ivhpni-vr at wa t:lkpI nt. in pvcrv I
.. r r . . r, . . , , I
-r . " "f " u,UM,m t'- 1
vo . 1 1 i cat t t aai inru( aim ia 1 1 iiiii uu i
. a mwm u i r r w m ...via w. nrw a n . l nm w . n
no i endayored to make ins escape, r or
three days this singular state continued du
ring which time hf qever expressed a want
th'-uh he ate and drank when food or drink
was placed before him; Ht had no sijm of i
bodily illness : bu t nevertheless his expres
sion of countenance was that of an idiot.
A .' ni.U .I-.-. ' .-ll t -.11- -1-
la we uay.ne iaj passive in Den UKe.pne
?' iti :-j i . j : tt n . f i , I
himselftn be undressed w
yet Without Hiving any aid, onto be led up!
and down the room, but seemed to be per- j
fectiv a nassive machine, and to have no 1
...... v r. ii . ., .: i :' I
w 1 of h s own whatever. J Leeches, co d
cloths, and blisters were pplied without
After this state had last-
ed three days',
fit , of epilepsy suddenly
took place, fort which he was bled, without
any relief ; and the fits recurred frequently
tor tnree aays. c 01114 nis stupiu moodiness
. , 1 - : , n .M1.1 ' t
continued. ,At the end of that time, ..tar
tar emetic was ordered on accouut of some
gastric symptotis ; and after fh operation
of: this remedy, the epileptic fits became!
much mtlilcr. ;Next cayy after the opera
tion ot another emetic, tney ceased en
tirely, and the patient for the first time at-
f ended to what wasoihg on arountl hirn,
attempted to speak, and dressed himself.
I he emetic system was continued an entire
" : . . . i
lOriUICHt, BU OS IV CUil.C ill in ut mice ill l
A A- ..... . . . .vm.a mm ..irk m m K Ma a m I
four limes a-day and during this period he
recovered euti rely, but w i th - the fol low i ng J
4;r,lor r.hn impha t v ; ! 1
When he;first ried to speak, although
1. . a... -W a.f . f W ! m n n .. A t a.aa..iam Ar.t
nc,C.iUCUHJHiaUiaiiatvMiaic lvuvcuuuu ui
what he wished to sayj he could not nnd
the correct expression ,or even a. single
proper word 5 but , when ,arrv one spoke
the sentence articulately, to htm, he, repeat
ed it with evident satisfaction. ; He had
exactly the appearance of a person who
to make h 1 mselt und e rstood in
ncu age 1' w h i c h h e s poke bu t 1 m -
nerfectlv.r In i fact he had lost, not? the
power of speech,'- buf. the; knowledge, and
wHat was :vefy - remarkable the;5 languages
which;he tormeriy spoke most nueutiy he
had now. forewt most completely.., A role
bv birih; he spoke Polish most fluently be
forehand had ben;irt Jthedailyj practice df j
tonue Vbut how h e u nd ers tood m u c li bet
vhile. n ever tliel ess; he spoke a, little ,Ger
man, thojagh not wiinouv iieni,. tt uu iiie
IJk t i h H o 1 u e ' h e 4 s eetit di sti 1 K be i 1 1 e r slc-
nuairtte:d5 that is head nbtlogttehlt
'r 1 : i.' ' M J.L'.'. i: 3 ... ' ii:.-A . i
emirei v.v. . 1 111 urccN i . wns uiu icui 9
he had foYijuitten u as completely us -Polish
He could read LAiin or Greek authc.rs wjih
whose. works he was formerly acquainted :
but hejcould iiot transfate ,&reik?itjlllri6V.
Caiin witHdu it aidKEvei
ly 5 so, mat passaea iii; -Awui-au uicejw,
wniclt fwere um
cou Idjeasiljri translatQhe next,
H is; for in erlaci 1 i lyi IoH nderstand i ng Va
I edge JU&un, nex ttnalvot u reeK ; .ana -in
vi. i uic JU9i mate jic CCUTcrcu jn rcoiuuiiw 1 A.7;'-i''Ji' -su '
ig j of iPolUhJIt wi also I remarkiblethit I: 1 ForT
tio.n ttk its progress J for both when j bis H-J
ucss was ai us .ueigrnin f anu uurinsr conva
roup hours wiiliout any ihiurinuseflfrcu' It is
S'hw Swi? "V
lV;loire v J",s ' 5nan waSitolja-gloomy; dtsnosi :
Hn! of minha
. v . . " - " - , , " ' .T 'o
mn ana Surgical Journal January,
!-WE th,s 4y examined the Scholars at Porno
T vi na. Academy, under the superintendance
of Mr. James H. Wilkes.' It srives U9 pleasure
to state, that the pupils (re ne mllv did well. and
that the greater 'part-did (themselves much ere-
uu. . -, a lie rxaminaxion was connerciN. tv th
The progress made by main v of the
students was remarkable. In SDelllhe, 'Readiner.
Writing and Arithmetic,!!
I the ; four great - points
Grammar there was a familiarity not often mani
rted - bv:.chiMThw i--k t
ges translated handsomely, and an uncommon I
- T.ZTJ aw uoiKUW I
degree of attention must have been paid to their I
ff11","181,8 to have made theifl, so ready and acfment th either. 4 She syjll always keep on hand
curute in Parsmsv !Frtm impressions made on I
pur minds by this examination, we feel justified
Newton Wood, Esq. B. Boddie, W D. T
Ma j. Ak H. Hopkins,' John I.igon, Esq. i :
' Rev. Thos. P. Hunt, Henry Potter,8 Esq. .
Rev. A. Hartsfield, , H. Wi Montague, M. D.
1J. V Hmton, : : .C Trustee.
i CoU ALLEN ROGERS, President.
5 ' p SETH JONES, Secretary.
Seth Joks informs the public that he is wil-
1 MZ a T: f n . 1
situatiori - is verv health v His family numbers 1
hup' in rprpiv sa fpur KnirYtAPc in ma fimtiv ' m a
between forty and fifty, and there has not been I
a death, nor a
case of bilious fever in it for 10 1
Ul - i -..
Price of Board, five dollars a month.
Tuition for bnghsh $12 For the Languages
ana sciences per annum.. . ; ,.4
t . l - . . r- . .j -
Tht? Exercises of th Sr.bonI Will rfcnrnmnrc'
on me ,ioin instant, ana Close on tne zatn De
Pomona is fourteen miles N. East of Raleigh,
irtrl ivirhin livn mila If tinml.e' GtnM Dnal rf
fice."'' 1 s:v' y-a'- it--'
A f! U.o... -r.l.- ct ' 1.I..1J P.u.
T :!;Vi? Tk vr F V ' 'J'i 1
etteville. on the 30th Ma v last. tMu'fnW I
mount expended bv the Board of Internal tm-1
provement, n the Cape-Fear River ; between
Wilmington and Fayetteviile, be and the same
la ii.oktf Jai....j : ......Li. t.i.' j....ip
" ;iHjr- w oi
WtJ UbJkiy Cfc-iuw UIIVC 111 i"4lTCllCTIIIC
j ' i ' junn uuujut, l reasurer.
Fayetteviile, June IV j 79 tJy 1
hi carei with the greatest
gence. " ' . ,: " : .
Norfolk, Va. May 30, 1829, . 78 3t
FOR SALE !
TT WISH to sell the place within a niile of Elills-
JL borough, on which I how reside. There are
about one half cleared, ten acres of
mj ...i i...j,i.i't..i....5! '..: I
i pniuiw luiiii ami uic niiii r in nrnnn na I
5m ntw, An:uzn VCl
. i - - ' . - f
K-sf ntithnpiwthPV COllSlRt of IIUr.Ilinn- Un,i
containing eight rooms with fire places, besides!
passages, closets, &c a large Barn and Stables,
ano otner. necessaryt uumouses. i nere j are se-
- - -' . . t . . . . . T . . ,, . .
rirrham ? c '--'-J p vJ ?jtv;:
i I will sell this property on' the- most liberal
terms either for money on easy credits dr will
exchange it for Negroes or . Western lands; :-.C
A pplication may be made by letter to the Sub
scribef, at Hillsborough. ::: ::;',.. i A.
" ;,r '. ;A- -r . :::i" "A- wv Anderson..:''
Nov 15. .vvxrr-:; ' 2J eotf
V -1 '
;j. GAIiE& SON have just-received
t.y .v if,. x-
I've, been Roaming
When you are Roaming .
Let us haste to Kelvin Grove :4, -;s
II ere we meet too soon to partv;" i - -
The Butterfly, the, Moth and the Bee
s-Hey the bonnie breast knot
r There's nothing true but Heaven -
Oft in the stilly night : J
Your heart and lute are all the Store
;; Take this Rose , ; . , . v' .
T hough 'tis, all but. a dream J -i r
Farewell to thee Araby's daughter "
t i Ande shall. walk in, silk attire y T - .
vvt:f lTo Ladies' eyesv? ,-v ,V. it
' lis tne lasr nose oi .summer v
0ii -come to me when daytightf sets. Si
Smile i agarn my bonnie Lassie . ': ; 'r
- :,!;- -
T . 1
swittly ghdes the Uoat
;Tbe bonnie wee. wife r;
- The beautmil maid ,
ancy Jcnppea ncr pen m aew.
Raleigb, May 16, 1829i
I ai lli a commission siercnant in riv-moutn, 1 mer Stock will make his assortment very com
jLXnaa removed to Norfolk, Virginia, and will I plete. His assortment will .comprise 1
transact any Ilusiness in that line entrusted to 1 every article of Dry Goods arid Groceries' in tl
-. . 1 . -
;i j- :- v-' f'"iji"
sale at this Office.",
jIefclmntsV Earme'rs,- &o4.
WILLIAM H. REDWOOD,
A VING J taken that large: fire-proof Ware
House & Wharf recently occunied' b v Vless-
J. & W.. Sputhgate, tenders bis. services, -jtf i
COUKT'B V ' M B UCH A KTS-. PXAHTS RS, LCM iXH D eal-
ei s and the - public ; eeherallv'.'j in the sale of
Produce and 'Lumber; of every descriirtipiy ihe
purchase of Gpod,s and generally in facilitating
their business' transactions in the ''Borough for
which his comrrjissions will ihall Cases the very
His attention being confine'd ttolefy' (o 'Commts
sion Busintxsi and h?s knowledge of persons and
of this mode of transacting business, in the Bo
rough, together .with his thorough acqualhtance
of the. Country JlusinessSiliifae hopes, be found
advantageous A to - those who may ; e,mplby his
? Reference to Jfessrs ; : . ' - -. jT, v. u , ; v
VX Cole & SheldonV; -l ?V;
i'.:"Jlobeft S6uter,t;';-' Vyrv
if: Shields &Ajshbar
v;" i'-Ii-'Edts Beacon, jl'r rj?
Tf Its. STEDMAN respectfully informs the
Ladies of ileitrh nd;it v;riA?t h
has commenced the Millinery and Mantua-mak-
,t r - - "O " T J
tng business, and will be thankful for'encouraee
an assortment of Silk and Cambric Bonnets.
Leghorn and Straw Bonnets cleaned; and trim
rned in the neatest manner
f":' State of Norths Carolina.! X
' " v.-ti -: SurryCbunty.H
Superior Court of JBquity, March Term, 182?.
" . John Hilsabe'ck vs. Joseph Peiiington.
TTf appearing; to the satisfaction of the Cotirt
IL that the defendant, Jo:
an inhabitant of this State : . it is therefore ortler
ed that publication be made for three months in
the Raleigh Register, that he may appear it our
. a 0.. mJl r ax - y . .a-
9n lne first .Monday .in September next, to plead,
nesi oupenor court or cquuyiooe neia tor.tne
answer or demur,. to r the complainant's: bil! or
the same will . be - taken pro confesso arid heard
ex-parte. .f .vf..- : - - ' 1
Test. WlNSTbN.SOMERS, C. M. E.
' May 19, 1829. pr. adv. $5 25.
iMiuM ine sunscriDer on tne lutrj instant, a
JL bound white boyj by the name of GEORGE
GRIFFIS,' about fifteen years of.age, of sma
size, and bold spoken When he went off, he
wore; pantaloons of Cotton cloth, and a rround
jacket of woollen cloth,. He alao took With him
an over coat of drab cloth. , " I am of the opinion
that his clothing has been changed, as -he was
J.J I L!J f J 1- -
H."U4ucu uu uy uia iii
pcrsuaucu uu uy iiikinenus. -, i will , give re
1 hereby forwarn" all persons ;' front harboring the
. . J. . . ... . : - "r
U , A -
Wake county, May 18;
Casli Stored :
YUTILLIAMC. TUCKER takes pleasure in
f v. announcing to his friends and the; public
in general, , that he has just returned . from New
York, and is now: receiving rand : opening his
SPRING GOODS, which toirether with his for-
Mercantile Business. All of which he nurchas-
ed in New-Yorprincipally for cash,, and of
course will be able, to sell them on as good terms
as any house in the place. - Among. his goods is
avery large and elegant collection of Fancy "Cal
licoesi Ginghams, Aluslinsj Silks, : Laces Sum
mer Clothing of almost. every description ; La
dies' and Gentlemen's Shoes and Gloves. : Also
V0106 Water, Macassar uu mu- Powder,
Fancv Stians. &e. . &c
j I w
He respectfully invites his friends and custom
mA.0 Ate Iff a m 1 v . . hi. n J . t l .
mwi- iu aim cAaiiiuic iiiSiUWiis. s lie
ters himself that they will suit both in price and
quality, and accordingly secure a share of their
patronage. ,,- :'"? -t v ;
r Raleigh, May 11 1829; 5, -; u ;VV; 72 4t
. The Summer Session of these Academies opens
as tollowst The Female under fcthe care of the
RevJoseph Labaree,will open 00 Monday; 4une
15th The Male on r Monday,; June 22d;; James
D. Johnson; Principal. iVi: v s .
fr THO'S B. LITTiIejOHN, Prest. ;
: Oxford, May 8th, 1829.;' v ri -vTllu
P S The Tarbbro' Press, the Edentbn 1 Ga
zette,'!. .Norfolk Herald,' will publish the above
two weeks,; and then, after an interval of Itwd
weeks, continue for three weeks that part relat
ing toUle ppeningr the session, ami forward
heir accounts as heretofore." . - y
FOR SALE, ; :
IN the Town of Nashville immediately: oppo
site the Courthouse. I Consisting of a 'St ore
HoUse, 24 by SO feet, inferior i to. none tn the
State for construction.'; with a Lumber-House
a good Cotton Gin--Patent - Press for Packing
Cotttoivand convenient Stables f? capable :of
holding;12 Horses 5 ' togetherwilh si . first irate
i Waggon and vTeam of six'IIorses. -It is a'prime
Stand for men of business.' .TTerms t moderate.
and possession giveh immediate ly. ': :f-v ,- J
-ALEX. WATSON '
NailivUle, N. C. May 25.
ffftHE Examination will Uke place oriVednes
f Sir dajr and Thursday, 3d and 4th of J une i "on
the latter day, a numb er of vthe f uidents - wjll
deliyerselect Orations. f tTo al! which, -Parents,
Guardians and "the Public,;are respectfully iri-
vueu. .. :-:-.;:?
The Second iBeisibn will cotnmence bri'.Mon
day 15th of June, under the superintendance and
instruction of the sub scribers. - --x
Board and Tuition' $50 per Gession payable
in advance.' - - -- -
A. HILL. A. M.
SPLENDID VASSOR FrtlwNT
Of iSeasonafile Dzy OaQdsnardxcir
;CuUenj;iadshife . 'China Si, TTa i
THE; SUBSCRIBE RS : beg leave to announce -
to the Pirblicijhkt by'the late arrivals, th'eie -
Assortment of Goods in the above line is now
As tne igrerierxiartpf trjeseoodswere bci-ht
at ) Cash; sal: in - Ne vt .York: " Philadel nh'ia ati d
to sell. then below the original nrimeci)t ifl "
purchasers Would do well toive-tini a calh aS A
they flatter ithemselres, from ' their extensive -
purchases on i - the -above terms' t hey. cannwt be
under ld by any House in the State . - .
. 7 The subjoined, list constitutes, at part cf the
leading-. Art tcTes ' t-rv.v -'
Superfine Blue and QIacV-ClorhsanaV'CasimerteV !
. uo; fliemey colors ;do . ' rJ do ' .
5ilk,yalentia'arid iarseilles Yeitings t r .
rime Black Lastlngs and Circassians ' ' ' '
Angola and French ierino CassimeresJ - .
Russtat:.Fre.net. and Jnb -Drillings; .;. . ;
Bfack and colored Bomb'azeeris, rcrrf It'iv ' ,J i -
, . - v . 7- v .uuuiuatcus Ulrica. ; . -
Pjain and Striped Cotton Cassimeres arid Gran"
'"v-durelIs':;."--jS:"vfr"'i, ;' '.'
Mixed' Unen tVillmg-9 and Wilmington Stripes
Russia arid Imitation Sheetirier --1 : --vv
Ticklenburg; Oznaburg and Scotch t)owhi.: . ;
4-4 . 7 ro Insh;-x.ineiis 'and Xawhs, of superior ; "
-yrass iiieacu.h, v. - ..VV--: -': X-
Irish Sheetings and. Diapers of all; widths and
;. ' ualrties Vi ; v - '
3r4 4-4 & 6-4" Cambric Dimttv at i'tnj low firirf
Furniture Dirriity of all widths . . . - : ' ' .
Long and Short India Nankeens , . '
Calicoes in great Variety,' mieh lower than any:;
Ji-.cver offered nhtm&kHyT' rS- ; - -
Gambric and Seersucker Ginghams,ollldescrip. U J
'r ''r tioris : ,r f-.'-;' Vr-v. v.;;5 v v; v :f
Plain and Striped Batiste arid BaregVv'- ;A".. . :
Long and bBrt Fancy Gauie Scarfs artdHkls. :
4-4 and 6 4 Bobinett j ' ; vVH yl ';V !.
Bobihett Laceand Edgings:;;' -v a;
Thread Lace andlEdgings " -?rOt:ti 5 . ; '.''''.
White and HUck Bubinett ViH ; r ; , .. . ;
v-do A and Green'Gauze - '; do- --t;-- Xs:Kr''..
Black and Fancy: Colored hatialnCrapei n ! ;
Nahkm," Canton and Mindirin Crape jltbbea'kiitlv ' '
Blackiind Fancy. coloured Crape Shawls ir v. '. ' V -Prime
Black Italian Lustring and Sinchews
'do do and faufey5 Gros de Naples C r';-,1
Fancy; Colored Satins ahd Florences ' , j:
Gentlemen's Dlack . Italian Cravats I v '"'"' ; r
FancyvStlk, Banclano and flag Hkfs.? i';ii J v
:t do j Cotton andMadrass7 - -f-lo ;'-;.;"'.'.''. '' c' r
rmitation and:Thread Cambria do; ; 'v
Linen Cairibric, arid Book Muslin Hkfs. . . '-1
Bonlered Swiss. Musliii CraVats
4-4 & 6 4 Cambric Muslin. . V :.-A ;
4-4&. ,6-4 Jaconet -Mushni plain and figured ":,
4-4 .& 6-4 Book!n... " ..dO'i y d(i x'j'r-do-,: -'i .'
4 4 tk 6-4 S wlss do v. do . do ' very lev '
4-4ik.6-4 MaiII MuslinsS-';.:-'"-" ' -..
Ciarkes Spool bottorii" Tiiread & Cotton FIos3
Thread and CoU'on Tapes arid Bobbins v
Black, B lue and.iW- Bv Fbx Thread :r.'- v .-'
Prime .Black,' t B Vie and assorted Sewing Silka 5
Ladies'. and GeriUemen's-White ik Black Cottoa '
i-;: ? Hose'V " T:'7-",f:-r'v 0.; "- : -' v"
Gentlemen's White, Brown arid Mixed half Hose -Ladies.-arid
Gentlemens'; French and EnUsij. :
r " Silk Hose and Gloves .-H : r v
Gentleirien's Black and White, Silk' half Hos e-
do 'Woodstock, Buckskin, iJeaver, Dojskia J
" and Horseskin Gloves i : : 1 ; v..: -
Ladies' KidrBeaver and Horseskin Gloves, fan- "
Cy colored -' r' " ! "r ' ' : .:"::
Children's Horseskin Gloves ' J - v-
Black and colored Silk Braids '''-. .':'': . .
Satin arid Lustring Ribbons, of all numbers
Fncyr Cause and Garniture ttibbohs- . v
Waist Ribbons, .very haiuisome. style -:?. ; ' ; ' , .
Ladies' TravellinV Caskets i '.-t x
Leghorn and Straw Rvriinefs ; ; : ? Vv? " 'A
L&dies' Umbrellas arid Parasols ; -v'v f V -: :-;..
Gentlemen's .Silk: and "Cotton Umbrellas '' ".: ' .
vcdo 1; Black,: Brown 2t Drab Beaver Uats
Boys'; ;'(;.,::'o.f-do ;& Seal Capi r'-. rX-;y '
Blacl. and While Wool Hats, large -and snail ':
- sizes , ; . -I . -. . t- ; ! ,;-; .
Ladies' Prunella, Seal, Morocco & Leather Shoes
j. and B oots . ) . ;- . s -i - . ; ' : Xj r y.j-r. r;
Gentlernen's Bootees and S hoes,- Seal and Mo- ;
5jScc9;Pumps.;-; ;;, '
Boy's ' Shoes and - Bootees,' Children's llofocco
arid Prunella Shoes ?Ap ' : -Vv'
Misses. Leather, Seal,'lMoro6co and Prunella
v : Shoes . ; V-.; rA i'. :VA::: (':'-; '
Coarse Shoes and BrogansI for Servants ' ' t2:
A general assortment of. Queens war e, Har 'dA
ti' 'J?-A AA&aTeandifiu -;;;t.
Weeding HoesTrace Chains, Scythe Blades
Cutting KnivesHair arid Wire Sifters y r ;;; t
English and Swedish yIron Assotied x AA
English,' American' and Cercian Steel X -Castings,
of every description; V . ; ... ,
Brown and Loaf Sugar. ; Prime Green Cofice;' -Gunpowder,
Shot f all sizes, Bar Lead ' ;
Young Hyson, imperial and . Gunpowder Tea vN
Chocolate, .London' Mustard, Indigo f . ; . .
Allspice, Pepper, Ginger, Nutmegs : .'
Alum,'; Copperas, . Brims'torieV 'iildderi- SpanI;V
;-:-r.:Browa a :h:KcX -Xf.? -.A
Prime ChevrinjgTobaccb A':iAAr-:- ' ;
Cut Nallsxtf all sizes, Wroughtlo If : V -Frencli
; 3raiidy,'t Madeira, VL,ibon and 'llsuiii -
vyiries''-iMtv :-::"'-; X
Holland Gin,rJamaica;and N.. E. Runj . .' '
Apple Brandy; Old Kye'and CouritryVhiskey.' '
'With many other articles "too numerous to be :
inserted invn'adverllsemen7?.'--;-;;."'":v"-:;r f:
They will alsqontinuV to receive such arti
cles; as mayt be wanted during theumraer, from
their Partner, residing in New-York. ? ? - - ' - ;
AA AA?i HA2LETT &: UOBT. KYLE: :
Raleigh, 14th May, 1829. - ? : 72 lawlmy
"&R SALE. YAAAAid
; THE subscriber offers for 'Sale tl.e late Ire si-' f
deiice f Chief Justice Taylor, at present occu-
pied by;Thomas : IiuSn, ;.li$q.. jThis seat irrrme-;
diatel' -adjoins the City! of laleirh', has sixty
three acresof land, attached to it, and is -decid-edly
Hhe handsomest arid most eliibl pUce of f
residence in juai. neignDornooa. v jt or terms, sp
plication may "be made toherwccJ Ilaywcodj
ksqi of RaleigbV or to the" subscriber.' ' - -
Ntwberrj, April 3." i V ' . ' ;i
TIN an Apothecary Store, a-Younj x.Ld f :.j
iL. a liberal education and writes a r;c:
. Enquire cf WlJJli fa UVOOI?.
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