. ,. . ' . - 1 : . , ' . , .'.. '-. ,: t . - I ' ' -' '! : . . 7 - :: ! . ''I ! ", ' A.: ," 'j .5 . .... . :.: 5 . . .? "A. , .J. .. . - . . , r .., . . . .;, . - , . f ,, , . . . ). , , - ( j
'. ."'! ' vV-.i-;,. : i".Ouri are the lansofratrydehtfu pence, 'x , , ,' - ' ' r t k; . ' -;:Vf ' ).
' ".'V"". 4- z ' ": : -jt ";,-,: ' . ..-; Unwarp'd by party rage to live like brothera..' ::;,"' -"l - -.';;;v:;r;;
. "o.,MUhed every Tut at and FninAT, by
JOSEPH GALKS &jRON,,:
jit Fiw IUart per ntjum--halfm advance
-Tpeedinff ixtffff intf.t, nettly inserted 3
A 1 .
xmt for a PotIa and;twenty.firp cents f9r
jcvery succeeding publication V those ot great
er length in the same proportion.lCoMiro.
thunkfullr received.'. .Lettirs ; to
the Editors must he 'postpaid.
li i unreasonable to expect that we should
refrain from a decent expression or our; 8a
tisfaction, at the rapidly increasing I fame
and circulationof the ; Ftwbtrn Spectator
1 ettejs and commonicationa highly landa
i'ocYtf& usfroai aU quarUw,u tVe has
ten to express our - acknowledgements
to our worthy frientis of the ;New York
fflion and Mas for their flattering Uis
'tincuon, in forwarding their valuable pa
ners to the office of ithe Spectator y and a
we have the cause I of literature, and of
various and useful S information much at
heart, and are aware it cannot be more ef:
ffctua1lv promoted than by; an extensive
circulation of their excellent journals, they
mar rest assured. we! shall spare ho pains
to effect so desirable. an object. v 3ratify.
inas these proofs are, others of a more
i substantial and satisfying nature, crowd
upon us dailv. AVe incontinently (laugh
When we see how some of our brother edi-
neck of neasJ or a 'mess
lore - j y 4T ''-! t
r .rrnicherriesf or as fnend Broughton of
the Narfi.lk Herald, hat it in his last num:
i w ; Ai.k nfApliciaus snahs,9 which some
kind natron has sent them.; Why, wlwi
xtould these gentlemen of the quill fhink;
if(ais frequently burcase) on approaching
their office, they found the door blocked
up bV si tremendous broad -backed, green
turtle, flapping hi gloffj fini in beautiful
defiance, or by ai score or two oaione
rmhe- whose oonderous distended claws
l.-.itor dPfitructiont to any; intruder :
here now is a sight which may,prfducein
the inward than a delectable thrj II, and
make his 'inasticators involuntarily,w9g.--
Nor is this all, we confidently lool torwani
n,onrpnTpr this terraaueous globe. Now,
4ethpr( is nothinff of the selfish currnud-
gcon about us, wo propose ut of these J a
bundant oblations to give forthwith a grand
ditoHarfeaat, and to invite our brother
editors' "throughout the Stated from the
mountains to the sea-shofe. ' Tfee moment
faVnorahte. beinz one of leisure, and our
friends may rest assured the'y cannot do a
more agreeable thing than to visit theAn-
cient City,' arrayed as she now is in, a I her
charms it will prolong4heir Jives; and
fornish them with food for delightful re
flprfinn ih lonestdav they live,while their
nstiv State will rife in their esttmationf
at least one hundred per cent.'. Let us see,
there is something like eighteen or twenty
editor of tit"; these, with our contributors,
who wiU assemble in multitudinous aggre
gations hWded by friend Historj; and
Cies of H..lifaxJ will present a goodly
cfunpany what a alahin and' devouring
of good things thereHl be r . v f- j
Tis merry' in the Hall , ' j - j
To-sc-e beards wag alL? i -j, :
We are well aware, that we . subject
ourselves to the charge of strange incortsis
tenc?; in thus, preparing a sumptuous ban
quel fur our intellectual friends, - right in
the face of our precepts on ' abstinence.
But it should bej remembered, ' that this is
a rare occasion, Ait is meet now and then,
the s ige Scipio saVg, to indulge a little.
The trifle we eai in a general way, is for
mere nourishment and. out of pure patrio
tism ; fr we owe it to our country to keep
ou1 and bKly .together only consider the
irreparable loss the Republic of Letters
woulil; sustain in the occupation of the
Soectalor, and lithe ' Consternation! that
iuhi prevail among the literary Iq'mina
rirs of Athena.!5 That perfect harmony
and good fellowship may reign at the feast,
' we banish all politic!. . No man shall g'
away and say," f non bene conveniuut, nec
in nnn seile inorantur. Our friends iof
the llfcrister we shall, place at our right
. haml, while our brother of the Fayeitevijic
JuurnaU in consideration of tiie esteem and
afiVctiou bear himV will occupy the foul
ppoite; ourelvei-hut thes'e Miiuor ar
rangements Ciin be matter of future cin
siiferation when we all assemble, .which
we would suggest should. not. be later than
July, and as early after the 4th as" may
btst suit the convenience of our brother
editors. One requisitoei we have, to make,
which is. every man cumes fortified with
an Ode dedicated to the JJncient City? ot
to,tfe Xtwbtrn SpcclatOTylh& tit will
peik or Mug in the biurse of the,enter
taimiKuf, ai he may, frefer. -j ,
t , -: JVewbern Spectator. :
- DIL FRAKKLIN.
The leadiog properry of Dr. Frankliri's
mi.-d great as kf waiK-the faculty ' Which
!."4,c him remarkable 'and set him' apart
irui other. hieh's ttie 2nerator in truth of
'i nu powr was rewj; d sense onU pmn
giKid nun- notliinir i ore. He was not a
man wf geiioust t)iere ijras rii "brilliancy." a
J"'? ttirn ; Jutle'.or Jitt .feriour ; notfiin;
o!e, untiri n, 'continual operation of his
numuie unpreienuing ijuauij oi iiie minu,
he came to do more in the world of science,
more in; council, more in the cabinet of
Europe, more in the revolution of empires
(uneducated or self-educated as, he was,)
than five hundred others might have done,
each with more fervour, more eloqu ence,
arid more brilliancy A';
He .was born of Rnglish parents, in Bos
ton, Massachusetts ;; about: 1706, - we be
lieve. When a lad; he ran awayto Phil
adelphia. "After, a lotig; course of self-denial
i hardship, and w ea ri ng d i sa ppoi n t m e n t ,
which nothing but his frugal, temierate,
courageous cood sense, carried him thro
hcj came to be, successively, a journey man
printer, ' or pressman, ; (rather on account
f hist great bodily strength,) in a London
Printing Office ; editor and publisher at
home in PhiKdelphia, of many papers.
wnicn nan a: prodigious innuence over ine
temper of his countrymen !; agent for- cer
tain colonies to his government ; an author
of celebrity ; a philosopher whose reputa
tion has gone overthe whole ot the learn-
a very noble negotiator ; a
mi n i s f e r pi e ni nu te n 1 i a ry to
France, of whose king he obtained; while
the BourbouQs were in their glory; by his
great moderation, wisdom and republican
address, ?a treaty which- enabled our thir
teen colonies of : North Amenta vto laugh
all the power of Great Britain, year after
year, to scorn : ves all these i things did
Benjamin Frankfin; by virtue alone of his
good common sehst v .
He died in 1790; fulf of years arid( hon
ours, the pride and glorjr of that .empire,
the very foundation of which he assisted in
laying : the' yery corner stone of - which
he had helped into the appointed place,
with his powerful hands.. He was one of
the few--the priesthood of liberty that
stood up undismayed, unmoved, while, the
ark of their sal vation, thundered and shook,
and tightened in their faces : putting all
of them their venerable "hands upon it,
neverthelees, and abiding the issue, while
the Declaration 'or Independence'' went
forth like, the noise oF trumpets,1 to the
four corners of the earttn 'He lived till he
heard a warlike -flourish echoing thrbngh
all the great solitudes of America the
roar of battle on every: side, of himall
Europe in "cominbtion -her over-peopled
empires, riotous without a new spirit -his
country quietly taking its place among the
nations. What more could be wished ?-f
Nothing. It was time to give up the ghost.
He was a grest, and 'of course a good
man. " VVe have but a few things to lay
seriously to his'charge very few, and, af
ter all, when we look about us, recollect,
ins as we do the great gtod . he has don-
everywhere the litile mischief that he
has ever meditated any where, in all his
lift, to the cause of humanity, we have no
heart, we confess it, again to speak unkind
ly, of him" -The evil - which Benjamin
Franklin did io the whole of his four-score
years and upwards of life, was in compari-
son to his ood woiks, out as uust in the
From the Augusta Chronicle.
, Musauito Bites Prevention belter tlum
Cure. -The New -York Courier informs
its readers, under the head of Cure for
Mosquito Bites,' .that A little ammonia
placed on the bite will instantly remove
the pain. This is well for - those who
have been bitten ; but those who have not
mav render, the cure Unnecessary, by using
as .a ; preventive, ai few drops of. Oil qf
Pennyroyal diluted in a little water, which,
being rubbed over the face and hands, will
effectually keen the vexatious intruders
away' Thi application, made on retiring
to' rest, will render a Mosquito net unne
cessary daring the whole night, and j its
scent, however offensive-to ; Musquitoes
will generally be found agreeable to those
who use it. The slight burning sensation
which itmroduces at first, will Hot be felt
atterthree or lyur applications.
We have tried. the Pennyroyal and beg
Ip-ivp to acnuaint the Chronicle with our
own exrjerince. We are hu 'fait, in this
lousquito business. It depend- altogether
on the appetite of the little vilain. If he
be ravenous, neither camphire collogne or
Pennvroval will : keep him at! diittn
flthillohe:' will have blood. JLast
summer, our nose was ine scene urn u"
" -1-' r
iv. battle between one ol these winged cav
aliers andthe spiriti of , Pennyroyal. It
was a warm moonugnt nignu c uamcu
our meek face, according to the prescrip
tion, in the confidence of h'opei and we; put
our head on the pillow in the aeuse of secu
rity. Presently? we heard the trumpet oi
war I soun'deilt1 and7; from a ; corner of the
ruoiii we saw a il iss1 ppated , late -liou r-kee p
iojS'.. swassering rd musqui to making tl
n ctly towards us.; tie approacnea wunin
a few inches of burTacewhen;he sudden
ly stopped and appeared to turn up; his
nose - In disgust;": 1 1 Cwas e id en the was
not- fond of pennyroyal, r He ontinuetl to
makedemonstrations at a distance, pretty
much like the night birds and aaakes ia
Oer Frieschutz, meanwhil we fell into that
deep slumber which ft good conscience and
the sense of-safetal ways produce. The
morning came, and. our mirror showed us a
hose as full of musquito bites as bwitzer-
lanu is of mountains, It ; was a congrega
tion of little volcanic hills of a fiercer and
fieryj aspect. 'rAppetite !: had prevailed o
ver listrast, and-during our sleep, the old
miisquitoe, .and - all . his brothers, uncles
and cousins had ;. helped themselves! and
had it all their own way. : Thus were we
phlebotomized from our rash confidence in
Pennyroyal;. Frm ' that time to the end
of the then musquiti.administratibn, we
used a net. v Perhaps however, the inusqui
toes ;of Georgia are more particular and
delicate in their taste than those of New
York. N. K. Cour. - . f
WJTC HC RAFT IN NEW-ENGLAND!
The subjoined .facts are from a book
writen in 1767 by John Hale, then pastor
of the first church in Beverlyandpublish
ed after: his death. A bart. of them will
probably be new to most of our readers,
and the history of that memorable delusion
must always be interesting to the descend
ants of the pilgrims : t ;-t 1 '5 . j -
jThe first who suflered as a witch. "was a
woman of Charleston, in 1 647 or 48: She
was suspected partty because that after
some angry words had passed between her
and her 'neighbors,1 some mischief befel
their creatures, and partly because' sum e
things supposed to be bewitched,or to'
have a charm upon them, being burned,
she came to the fire and seemed concern
ed I She constantly, professed her inno
cence of the'cTiine tor which she was exe
cuted. Another some time after, was a
Dorchester woman. , Upon the day of her
execution, she utterly denied her guilt of
witchcraft ; yet lusti lied God for bringins
her to that punishment for another sin of
her life?. The next was a woman tof Cam
bridge, Against whom a principal evidence
was.aVatertown nurse, whb testified that
the accused did. bewitch1 to death a child ;
for the accused made much of the child.
being perfectly well, but it quickly changed
its color, and died in a few hours airer.
The sufferer denied her guilt to her death.
pi here was anotner executed, or tsoston,
in. 1656 and two or. three of Springfield,
one or wimm conresseu ner guiiti Ail
these 'were previous to 169. . .
In that memorable year, nineteen were
executed, all denying the crime of witch-
cratt i to the death, some ot them were
knowing persons and before this had
been accounted blamless liver. ,And? it
is not to be imagined, but that if alt had
been guilty some would have had so much
tenderness as to seek mercy for their souls
in the way of confession and sorrow for
sucn ia aim Anu as 10 me conuemned
confessors at thebar, (ihey being reprieved)
it could not be knowtl whether they would
s;anu 10 ineir seii-conuemning confession
when they came' to die.; ; !
The number .of the afflicted was about
fifty persons. .When .prosecutiotr ceased
the afflicted grew presently well. The
accused wereqniet, and no further trouble
has been from Witchcraft unto this day.
' Salem Gaz.
J. GALES & SON, ,
! It AVE JUST RE CEIVED
Mrs. O pie's Works, complete in 12. vols.
Washington Irvine' . do do.
Byron's do do in one vol. Svo. embellished
with splendid engravings. . 1
Burns' do do in one vol.- 8vo. "
Shakespeare in one vol.' superbly bound.
Spectator, in 2 vols. 8 vo. ;i -
Josephus do do. .
Man of two Lives. v J r- s r v
Two hundred and nine days on the Continent.
Domestic Duties or Instructions to young marri
V;; ed -Latlies.' :J Kj" s
Mrs. ;Heman's Poems elegantly bound. ! 1
Pollock's Course of. Time do. r J
Eweirsiedicl Companion, Usttdition, Sec.
' ' Also, the 3d vol. of Gales & Seaton's Register
of Congressional Debates." ,
- if- June 10. 1 ' v ' ' ! " ; :
State o.? ovt-C at olixva,
i Granville County. J
Court of Pleas and -Quarter Sessions,
... . ' Miv Torm A TI. 1R90. - -f-
Samuel S. Downy, 4ExrA .'Caveat to the pro
v. i i ! K ' I bate of the J last Will
Smith Murphy & others,; Vand " Testament of
Heirs of John G. Smith, John C. Smith,, de
dee'd. , - ' J ceased. . i .'
IT appearing to the Court,: that Jas. Nod and
Wife Mary, John C iJoodegUHrdian of Ag
nes & Elizabeth Goode.Ch as. SpHh,Sarn'l.Smith;
of WmV James W. Smith.Thos. Williamson Jane
VVilliamson,iJ"arhes .Atfordand Nancy his wife, 8t
Smith Murphy, and ;rhos. Smith, ,thirteen of the
heirs at Law, and next of kin to John G. Smith,
deceased, are not inhabitants of this State ; It. is
ordered by the Court, that publication be made
for six weeks in theTRaleigh Register, hotying
them to be and appear before the Justices ot the
Court of; Pleas and Quarter Sessions to be held
for the county of Granville and State aforesaid,
on the first Monday in August next in the town
of Oxford, and shew cause (if . .any they havei)
why the said paper, writing, purporting to be the
last Will and Testament of John G. Smith, dec:'
offered for probate, shall not be proven and ' ad
mitted to record. ; t. , - - ; .
. Witness' Stephen K:,S need, clerk - of x said
Court at olEce,' the first Monday of May" A. D,
1829. . y STEPHEN K. SNEED, Clk. ;
Price adv. $3 50. : ; -4 . v , ; ri 6w.;
ON Wednesday thr 17th inst.. the new arrange
ment of the Mai ill commence. " -
' The Northern Mail ill arrive here rt 4 A..JL
and depart for the South, in half an hour there..-ter.-
Th Mail will be closed every night at 9 o'clock-
,jU.'-J'-: , , 1 I V. ' V
y; The Southern Mail will arrive. here :at .8 A; M.
and depart for the North in half an hour thereaf
ter. " This Mail will close at 7 A. 51. ; .
: -i- : vTUOSG SCOTT. IVM.
Raleigh P. Office June 15.
RJIL EIGHJl CJIDEMFi
"pIIE Subscriber will resume his Schobl.at
the Academy for yot 1 h Gent le,fn e n ' .an d
Ladies, on Monday, t the 22d day of J une.- , Pre -vented
by indisposition from an examination, he
Can confidently state to; Pacents anl Guardians,
that, their Children and Wards were never bet
ter prepared todo'credit to themselves and their
teacher. O.f this he hopes to give ample proof,
at ttie close of the succeediiig Session' TNoN:ef
forts shall be. spared to give the niostentire sa
tisfaction to all who honor him with their' patron
age , " , : JONA. OTIS PUJ5KMAN.
.Raleigh; I5th Jixnc. , , 8t-2t.
Morb New Dry Goods,
(TEORGE SIMPSON & CO. take leave 10 in
V formtHeir Friends and the Public: that tliev
have just received a second Supply prNew and
FashionablelDryGodds, adapted to the season.
Consisting of . . .. .
1 Case new style Calicoes , . - , ,l. , . -
1 do 4-4 Irish'Liu ens pf superior quality &
warranted grass bleach .
. Cotepalie and Barege lir esses, assorted Colors-.
, , " s s " ' J"'
French f3adze,Barege and Fancy Silld H'kfs.
i Imitation : Cambric k s , - .
!Very Fine Hook Muslin , v - , - : " '
4-4 and 6-4 Bobbinetts 1 -Worsted;
Braids' - .
English Silk Hose and GIove3 i .X'Jl
Horsekm and Kid Gloves r ,: , '-''.
" 1 Box best quality lrunella,ShoeS . lx
, Cotton Cassimere and CJrandurella i
, . French and Uussia Drillings &c '"
Raleigh, June 1.5thi l829r tv
THAT on, the 2d Monday iii August next, I
..will sell at the Court-house door in Rock-
ford, Surry county.the following tracts of Land
or as much as will be sufficient to satisfy the; taxed
due thereon, for the'year 1827, with costs : to
260 acres given in by Dickson A, Skidmofe.
lying, on Deep cfeek, adioiniug Smnuel S oeer
and others. - v; . . , ,
330 acre given in by Jesse Brown; Jying on
Hunting creek; joining VV. Talbert.
00 acres no! given in; as the properly of Law-
son Davis, lying on Hunting ere ek join irtg- B:
jounson. , ; . .. : -
. Tll(J. B. WRtGIIT, Sheriff. :
May 25, 1829. , r .81
State g 36vth-aYoia
. -.' ; Wayne County., : -
May Sessions,''. 1829 j
Brittori Hood, Adm'r.- 6f"V , -'
, : Sarah Bass, dee'd. . . ' -I
s v; . -v -,m Covenant. ; J
Pearce Brogdon', Adm'r. - .r
, of John Bass, decM. J . ' -
IN this case,i it having been made to appear to
the Court that .Uriah; Mary, Elizabeth, .Sa
rah,- Anne, Keziah1, arid Richard Bass. Heirs at
Law of'Jno. Bass, dec. .defendant, in this cause.
live beyond the limits of the. State, So that "the
ordinary process of law crfnnot be Served on
them it is therefore ordered by the Court, that
advertjsementbe made. in the - Raleigh Register
for six weeks.'for the defendants to appear a.
the Courthouse inWaynesboro, on the 3d Mon
day of August next, then and there to ' shew
cause why the lanls" descending 'to said heirs
aforesaid, shall not be liable to the'plaintirfs
recovery Witness ' Philip Hooks, Clerk of our
said Couit, at office, the 3d Monday ' of May,
A. D. 1829. , ; ; 0 P. HOOKS: Clk.
State ot XoYtiv Carolina
l Payne County.
v May Sessions, 1829.
Benjamin Howell, Jr. iSx'or
01 uenjamm uoweii.
Will or no .Will.
Arthur Harden and wife and
others. r ' ' - V,
IN this case it having been made appear to the
JL" Court, that Lewis Powell and Nancy his wife,
Robert Peacock and Wealthy nis wife, Beijur
min W. Raiford and Needharn Raiford, Heirs of
Philip Raiford and Sarah his wife,' defendants in
this cause, live beyond 1 he limits of the . State,
so that ordinary process of law cunnot be served
on them it is therefore ordered by the Court
that advertisement be made in the Raleigh Rer
gister for six weeks, 1 notifying said dtfemlants
that a paper writing purporting to be the lust
will and testament of Benjamin Howell, dee'd,
has-been exhibited for probaie.at this term, to
which a caveat has been filed by defendants, and
an ssue made up to try the same according to
law. Witness, Philip Hooks Clerk of our said
Court, at office, the 3d Monday of May, A.r D.
1829. - V P. HOOKS, Clkl'
State ol XortYi-Caroliua,
Gut I ford County.
' In the Court of Equity. '
. , Curtis Jackson, 7 '
v. - $ ;
Jno. Anderson, Y y i , .
v Lydia Anderson,. .) . Heirs at Law of Miriam
James ? Anderson; Anderson, , ferae ; covert,
Phebe Anderson j deceased. ' ' '
. Mary Anderson: J ;. .' , '
IN this cause, it appearing to the 'satisfaction
:of the Court that the Defendants are inhabi-
tants of another; State : It is therefore ordered
by the Court, that-publication bo- made for six
weeks in the Raleigh Register, for the Defend
ants to appear at the next Superior Court of Law
and .Court of Equity, to be held in and for the
bounty vof . liuiltoril, at the';.Court, House in
Greensborough, on the fourth. Monday after the
fburtli 1 Monday in Septeitiber' next, then and
there to plead, answer or.i demur -to the Com
pFainants Bill, or the same will be takerl pro con-
xesso, and decree made accordingly
A. GEKKN, C. IV E.
The ,Newr York Mirror.
fipiIE proprietor of thla periodical is now.mak
X 'ing- arrangement to issue the New Volume
which will be commenced on the eleventh da
of July nextm splendid manner. : The copper
plate engravings of the full quarto size---will be
executed by the best artists ; the music arranged
with accompaniments - for the piano-forte, by
thet most skilful cam posers ; the . type new and
beautiful, and the paper of a superior quality.
In every department the Seventh voluoie will
excei uiose neretotore publisbed. The terms
are four dollars per , annum, payable in advance
; UouD-scnpiions.receivea oy toe Jtsaitors t ot
.M O 1..., .. i-tmmmt - .
rTtHE,semi-annual ExaminatioTi of the Sti.
J, connected wiih'lhis Institution will be
on-Wednesday, '3d June . r ireits and Guardi
ans are requested o attend.; -
- J he exerciser of the School will bV ir wr1.
on Monday, ;22d June. ' ,: .-.; " '- -
; ' A.,WlLSON, Principal.
Wiihamshoro, May 19. Uv L . -. , . . 74 , .
. . : - 7 . Randolph ? C&unty.
i-Court of Pleas and-Qut-trr Sessions;
, : May Term $. , ,
Alice Hiddick, - . . ! v; - ' - r
WrhiWidows & his ?"fetition for Partition; ,
wife S.-irah, ; j - - r ! -1 '
IT appearing to the satisfaction of this Court;
that the ..Defendant s
this State . It is therefore ordered that publica
tion be made for six weeki hi iht no,rU it.
gister, thai they appear at the next Coiift of Pleas
and Quarter Sessions to be Held for He county
of Randolph', at the Courthouse in Ashborough,
on the first VIohd;r- of Aiicrust' nfcxti ihpn ind
there to plead,' answer or demur to the petition .
otherwise' it. wilf be taken riro confesso nd ad
judged accordingly. : 1 j " ;
. Witness, Jesse Harper; Clerk of bur taid Court
at officei the first Monday of May, A. j). 1829. -
Auopy,. :k JfcSSB HARP Bit, C. c.
Pii.ce. adv. $2 73: rT . ' '
brd . Acadeniiesi
TKe umrher.Sessioh of these Academies opens
follows. The Female, under ; the care of the
Rev. Joseph Labaree; will open on" Monday, June
ioin me Male on Monday; June 22d' James
D., Johnson, Principal; .-y . - , , r '
, . ' " ; Til Q'S IT. f JlTtKJ O I IN, Preft.
Oxford,-Mav Sthi 1829. . 1 -. " 71
P. S.iTlie Taib'oro PresS; the Ederitarf Ga
zelle, fit Norfolk Herald, will publish the above
to weeks,- "and tlienV after an interval of two
weeksi continue for; three week that part rel.tt-
ing 10 me opening ot . tixe session,'-an I forward v
heir acepdnts as heretofore.! ...Jl-
. ,, : FOll SALE, , J
TN the Town of Nashville,; immediately oppo
. site the Courthouste. ' Consisting. of a Store
Houses 24 by 50 feet, inferior to none in the
State for construction t with a Lumher-IIouae-
a good Cotion Gin-Patent. Press for Packing
Cottton-afnd convenient- Stables capable of
holditfg 12 Horsea; together .with a first rate
Waggc and Tesim of six Horse's..- Jt U a prime
Stand for men of business. ; . Terms moderate,
and possession giVen intmediately.' - ' ' .
- . "'-' - ALEX. WATSON ..
-Nashville, N C. May 25 , ( 1 , ; 76 3j
The Ldte Win. x.'
ritilF; Notes given for articles purchased at th'
X Sale of the Goods and Effects of the latd
William Shaw, of Raleigh, in .November last, rs
now due, and the makers of them are requested
to call at t he D we I ling; House of the decaaset!,
and pny the same to, the subscriber, oaor before
the 20th, Oof June, as all such Notes,' as weltiu
all other Notes and open .Accounts; due to $aid
Estate, which m.y remain! Unpaid after that dte,
will be placed in the hnds of an officer for col-leciioml'-;
Jj- .. I t ; , .; . - , ;
xtfniversity of North Carolina.
; " - - e4.t, -i 1 "
fWl H E Public A nnivemry Examination tjf -the
X .-.Students, f the University of North-Carolina
will be held at Ch:ipel-Hill on Monday, the
1 5 th day of June next and i cont i hue from day
to day until . Thursday, the 25th, which last
mentioned day is appointed for the Annual Com'
mencement of the College. , v-1 ;: ",
The following Tiustees constitute the Com
mitten of Visitation for the year 1829; - .
Vis Ex'cy JOHN OWEN, Prist ex otfeio.
, Rev. I)r, JOSEPH CALDWELL,
; ; Dr JOIINB. BAKER, ,
1 i:y-rr , TJO T. B ENNEJIANt Eta.
-: Genh WILLIAM A. BLOUNT
-V on. JOUN, BRANCH '-
, , THOMAS. BUHG E5t Esj. .
V .! Genl. CALVIN JONES; .
Bev. ,r. WILLIAM McPHUETERS.
x ,Cot. WILLIAM RO BARDS.
. ; . . THOMAS RUFFING Esq.
. EMANUEL SIIOBER. rw. '
Dr. JAMES S. SMITH, .
, -RICHARD D. SPAIGHT, .
, Re. JOHN WITIIERSPOON. i - ,
-". By order .of His Excellency Governor Owen
a special meeting f (he Board of Trustees will
be held at the. University, during the ensuing
Examination, when businets of viral importance to
the fiacre prospects of the Institution vill be consi
dered and discussed, . 1 ,
The Secretary bas accordingly been instruct
ed to invite, most earnestly to t! .j meeting the
whole body of the Trustees of our University r
and to sayin, this Notice, that .it is confidently
hoped and expected that noindividu ! -nerr.ber
of the BoariVwhether he be of the above de
signated Committee or not, , who can with any
degree of convenience ffive his Personal att.H-
ance will on this occasion fail to do to. -
';'-;Jy order, r .; . . -, , ..
': ; CHARLES MAM.Y,
-t - c ' . SccrtarJ Hoard of .uuees.
RaleigblOth May,xl829. : ,71-t25J
C " ' j - - t ' . " ' . -
N compliance with the joint resolution cf t
Dialectic and Pjiilanthropic Societies of t
Umversitv of North-Carolina. " thut
dual, who had been a regular member cf c - "
uieir socieiies,snoui(i pe cnosen, every succeed
ing year, to deliver a public Oration in thC .
?ge Chapel on the day preceding each Annlv er
sary Commencement, we take ple-r in
nouncing to the friends of literature, t-t Via
fess. Hooper, of the Uhiversity, ls,on the - -ir
of the Dialectic. Socief, received nnd tcce :tcj
tdiis appointment, and ill perfb;.'.i V dut f
tendant thereon, in Pcr.oo fiaU, ca " , lrz 'y 'v
24tli of J ie next." y.- J; ;; . . . . ; """jr
We" deem it almost superfluous to x , ' r '
t ' ... '1.. r . 1 .. -rJ
iiwk, hi.u ay aena, Desiaea ccn;:.iutir
promote a degree of spirit in our procc. Jlr
commeiicemenr to wliich they would not c
wise atta.; may anticipate ths rec?- ;-n c
pleasure from ihe. production of a rtr.xl -well
known for his literary attainment'
f .-- : By order of the Dial ;ct:c C
t J v V C V f 94,U VM,. JJ ' Wlb
' . "'