: . ... i .'
V s ,
! - ' -
fi Ours are the nlans of fair dl'ilithil neace: - -
!, , Unwarp'd by. party rage to live like brothers.',:.
i 1 .
f vi in rT ?y rTT kt t
I - I; I - I I II i i .1
J i : h f s . w i m '. i . .. .... ' it
Ts publish eo every Tutsi? at and Frihat, bjr
At rtt,e Dollar per anriumbalf in advance.
7 V; " ' .' A T VK RTI SRM HNTSiV; :! 1
times for a Poflarand 'twentfive' dents for
everv ; succeeding publication j ose of ;ftreati
- eV length in the same pf 6pott1on;V..
" VjricATiosthanTcfally reeeWe. uIlkrs to
the'F.ditors roust be postpaid. C , , p.
2nnaln of Liberality, Generosity, Public
: -V-.-V.';. Spirit,t4'Ct
THIRD. SERIES, NO. III.
' On eagles wings, immortal, scandals fly,
f while virtuous actions are but born & die:"
. r et vour liffht so shine before men.that they
inay see voir pfood works, and glorify your Fa
ther who'is in Heaven." Matt. v. 16.';-;t '.H
. " JlenJer, therefore to all their dues lloxon
tolrhom HojroR.'VKom., xiii. 7- ft-i -'H
JnHe DaYje, of'Beverly,, Massachusetts,
lately presented the University : of Cam
bridge with 10,000 dollars, , towards the
establishment of a law professorship in that
institution. A professorship :wasimnedi-l
ately established, and . Judge Story ap
?p(i n ted professor. ' A more, ju d i c i ou s a p
pointmeiit could not have been m;ide. i ; :
1 "William Patters on, pcjl of Hil timbre,
lately presented ti that ci v a Jot of ground,
yl acres, in a te.uUfuHsiuatton; toj be
conVeVted into a publicwalkv j J ; 4
Aivthony Buian, Esq. a few day since,;
receiveil ihrouh the Pst Office an anony
mous; billet of a line and a half, covering
a bank note f a thousand doll irs, for the
use of the Sr. Joseph's Orphan Society "in
Philadelphia. , . -::-... . i
Admiral Coffin, a nitive of Boston, but
now in the Bii'islifN tvy- lately presented
5G0?ncarfy Iwerilif'jlve hundred dollars,
to the Trinity Churih in his native city,
towards defraying t h e ev p n se of a s ! e n
di'l buiidinj: erecting By the corporation on
ine sue ui incir iiuiiiei uiuiwu, iu nuii.ii
the Admiral was baptised.
John M u I lan phy E-q . of M issou rL, 1 a t e
ly presented to the jcitjejis of St.- Louis,
a very large lot, and suitable houses for a
hospital , together with a separate house,
of which, the Vent 'is to be devoted to the
support of the hospital, i These and other
donations amount to 12,0UU aoliars
Win. Mac lure, Esq. a native ,of Scot
land, but for a series of years an eminent
merchant in this cit?, ;and now a re
resident of New Harmony; in the State of
Ohio, iyas one. of the princip founders of
the American Academy of Natural; Scien
ces, which he endowed with a choice coU
lection of books, surgical and mathemati
cal instruments, valuable minerals fossils,
&cY ; The booksy above 7,000 vol umesy
contain niahy of the best works on mine
ralojjy, 'geology' chemistry, &c, collected
with, great care and skill jn various parts of
fiurope., 1 he whole amount or nis rtona
is supposed to be about 10 or, 11,000, dol
lars. e ; J -1
The American -Temperance Society
established in Boston,: has called forth ta
unst extraord i nary degree -' of liberal t v.
wort liy of i m i i a t io n el se w h e re-, The s u b -
scriptions during the first year, f 1826 7,
were 13,600 dollars. ' r I
Three citizens of Hamburg, in South-
ina,' opposite Augusta, in Georgia,
Messrs. Henry bhultz, John B. Cdvington
atid Andrew J. Dill,; Equires, tendered
the use of one hundred houses in the lor
ner, to those who vCere rendered houseless
by the receut conflagration in the- latter
citv f " f " .
Martha Powell, late of Philadelphia, an
aged member of the Society of Friends,
brquejxthed a portion of her fortune to the
loUowing public institutions :
To the poor of the; Monthly! meeting of Friends
worsluniner in Arch Street. Philad.
To the Institution at West-Town
To the poor Widows' and Single Women's
Asylum. r; 'x,', y A ......
To ihc -Orphan Society of Pliiiatielphia
To the Female Society of priila'delphia; for
the relief ami emnlovmprit hf thf- MnVr ' r
To tue Society fop ilu
.f emale Children i ; -M V - .
laihe Feunsytvajiia Hospital ' ' V 2
I'o the Female' Association Cn u ..m
A .. I J . 1 . . w M,v V-
Miss P. MrVis;;of;Lhu1sa':Co
K,ma bequeathed tlieiMVqedomb at iher
ves, nixteen in tiumber, and left ,500
... uii.i vu, anu ueiii 1111: ex-
" 1'irir ,vivage 10 Ltioeria.
wa stated inlthe urst numbef;ofJthe
- .. . . V . -.-'.v
cnt series." ih:it.1p4 rc T 1 1 Wi -1
'i U 1 s, ' of Boston, ' had each bt stowed
vm 'hdlars :on the ? Alhenaeurhl.1n that
Clt-V- 1 W hut theiovv tiiat to'tl-t oifi
T d " nc " a cood itiohif tha t don ti oils
i"-" me amount of 8.0I1O ilolirhniil,t ,1
h.. .1 t . -7--- - ----- Wv.
other, citizen s7 TTor t h e; ou r nnsf
hsdlfi ioa . pMctl Uie JOth of April,
; ' TuV,orUie,bthf4)r.ihe.f6IId
5 thuiith. that 1'- in v l0VfTJ 5.:
S) the donations amouhtedtoMoDb
, -.'.:-.,.. .-s. ..- -...f. . -'f. ..--..... . v'i
V , During the fast lihclement Wi titer M e 9
& Son. of Baltimore, bestowed "fifty cords
bf wooifsto Ithe Committee appointed to
auiiwu 4iu iui uic I'uur.
A Monsieur BfiMfdif lloueni in France.
presented t(Gfifffe Committee in Pa-'
60,000. doljarlo aid the cause of Greece
during her ardaitii struggle." . i
. In the year 1780, there was a tremen
tlous hurricariette; West Indies, which
wreck ed n u m brviof vess e I s of d i (fere n t
nations, ami atripiig the iresttwo f British
frigates, rfthe ere ws-.of whicfi, etcept th
one - men ivefe 'dro'wnedi v Those. hr es
c a pe d I a n de tl in n t he 1s land of Martinique,
of which the larquis.de Bouille was Gov
ernor, He sent them to one-of the Bri
tish Islands, (declaring tha t ' he could rial
regard men as prisoners of ' war, ivJwn the
fury of tlie tczwes ; Mrotiayrfrtcejs
on the shores of his uovernment." V
For'the1: resforation of the York : Cathje
dral. lately half destroyed by !an incendia
ry. Lord IJitzwillkim bestowed l 3,000;
equal to 1 5,0'jf)6ol lars the Archbfshop
of York, 2,000, equjtl to 10,000 dollars;
and each of his sohsC 850, eq ual to 4.250
dollars. ( ;:c,(:c:;lyv
, Philadelphia June 5, 1829.
P. S. Persuaded the tendency of the dis
semination of nstahces of jiberality; 'jgen-.
er o si ty , m a g n a n i i n i ty V a ri d o t h e r s o c i I v i r -tues,
i -tended to be preserved in this,! lit
tle publication, cannot fail ; to be salutary
the com pi ! er earnest 1 y. req ues t s to be fa v o r
eilfwtth communications of such facts as
fall within its scope, and as are worthy of
The. following instance of the advanta
ges which frequently result from adverti
sing in the newspapers, having recently
come under our personal observation, i
made public for the binent of the "commu
nity :v.V' !t::'---'V''' t-;.v ."" Hi" .l , ,
In ihe month of April last, a gentleman
of this neighborhood proceed el to one of
inc. western- siases, wnn a consiueiaote
sum of money, which he intended to Jay
out in the the purchase of j and, and which
with a view to its safety during his jour
ney, he enclosed in a belt, f astened round
his.wait.. -OnTtus return home, without
aving effected his ohj-ct, be foutid that
the friction of riding had opened the seams
of the belt, and that a; roll of bank bills.
to the amount of several hundred dollars,
had escaped through the aperture ; but as
he had not ex tmined it in-r the. course of
his journey, he was entirely at a j loss to
imagine a what place the money had drop
ped out, and supposed it to be irrecovera
bly lost. In the mean time, however, a
woihy man named Sarnuel Fellen,, whp
keeps a house of entertainment within a
few miles of Indianapolis, had found the
bank bills in question, in a bed which hid
been occupied by our traveller and a gen
tleman in company with f him. But they
had been gone some time before the dis'r
coVcry was made j and he, was wholly ig
norant of their names, j Having an indis-
tmcl recollection, howevt-r that they had
informed him, that they were citizens of
Old i, and resided, not fir- from j Columbus,
anil being desirous. that the money, j which
ne oeiieveu must nave oeiongeojo one or
the other of them, should be promptly res
tored to its owner, he gave notice of the
discovery in the Indianapolis Gazette,
from which it was, agreeably to his request,
copied into ihe State' Journal of the 7ih
tilt.; wl)ere it caught the eye of (he traveller,
almost at the same moment that his loss
had come to his knowledge. He immedi
ately called at this office, very cheerfully
paid for the? publication,' 4ind hastener to
recbverediijsjrnoney! with little trouble j or
expense, saveUhose necessarily attendant
on the iourneyjiwhereasf had it not been
I ror ine laciiiiics, auoiucu uy auvernsing,
.11' .bU 'ntthitn; UoiA . ' .' W A I Kknj-hW r . . Ill
he might either:" have never been rablef to
fim it, or ;haVe; spent the greater part of it
in attemptinglto discover "vheref t harl
been, lost, had he be e 11 1 e f t to h i s o w n u n
aided exertioiis.-OAio Journal,
Mi. a- .
t-U'Tjh e ' Lum! otf Ti me, of a" rece n t j date,
gi ve the folio w I ng accoti nts 0 f the-condi
tiori of.-'Lon ; ' I S
. O t X lie; d e 1 p re sSed silo a fi 6n of 1 rad ej n
afr adequajlejideai andit is greatly ;rto be
feared that its;'eflect extend rmire or ; less
to eVerj part olUberc
ioaterialiy to keep vvhat is' going on from
t h e kii o w I edge-o tl the, pu bl f c; is;,. 1 ha t a m ul -
ititudeof insolyenciesivhichin" ordinary
t i m es wou Id find j iheiriritdth e.' Ga -
inise amoiig the creditors, because it woutd
te n d 1 1 o m a k e'! t ti e in i chief gr ea teiv ; i 0
reveal , i is extent nd perhaps Jtoothe
Ija v y la vv je xpen ses X:6n ti nge n t u poni ban
ruptcies cannot iir niahy icases b?:affirded
It i s ; re ma ii ked by it hose brokers h who - a re
nitlie abitrof Shaking the Tnost expensive
there is atcjeft ptaple artic; e Jof con
amptmjhiih Ui& no-faUen ! w ithih; five or
none., of ; tua t;-em(anu ;;f orAthe -'con nehty
'ffhe late; immense; imjportatio is of graio
fi;om the contine nit, j udging fro n ; pre yious
p xpe trie nee,, had I ed to the expectation that
Vi)irt this cause v solrhe cfr vfty would ? be
gjyen to qur prirVg rade,; but even' thi
hitherto h tsCnitttben ; real zed and ihe
state of d es pu nil enc y whlch l irVcnseqiipnce :
xt s is a m nng i n e ' me r c n a n t r l s ey or i a J a i y
thing of the kind, perhaps, ever
Even the infernal trade of . t h
wjhich is stil;;'mrire, remarkable j seems to
be nearly at a stand, an d persons' cotinectetl
wjth ?h maniipenientr our 'grjeat parials
observe, that-on most of them there it . Iit
5tjite ofrthirigs i caolast niuch jjoner, for
consumption must, after 'all, go on nearly
a Sj usual, but the s u iRVre r s are h a rd 1 y t b ; be
consoled with this expectation, which has
w toug iiiocNtu uiem wiuiine appearance
hat relief isr -at hand : ami in ithe meah
relief isr -at ' hand ; and in
time there carinot be any doubt t
the immediate effects of the present "stag-
oaiiofi,! uie revenue oi ine counte
yew. Perhaps no word in the English
larjguage is more often used whe its pre
cise signification lis not understood, than
the word few.! hen used by thuse who
are speaking f : large sums of money, .or
large bojics of men, it is frequently sup
posed;! to tnean a number considerably
smaller thanithewhole, though -that nuin
ber may be abstractly considered, quite
large. . In this sense . the lintemperate
man drinks but' a few glasses of fUm a
week the vicious man commits only a
leitf crimel the profane mm utte-rs only a
few oat lis ; and the bankrupt losejs his lib
erty becaiiise he only owes a few dollar
more thari he can-pay. Why suirh a latT-
;udinous i construction should benrtven t
simple a word, we cannot
conceive, especially as vits
been form illy defined, by a vote of a town
jn leal town meeiing assemble'd , in the
heart of this ancient and honorabjle Com
mokwealth. A some; of our readers may
'tot have heanrof this decision,
we will re-
the occasion and
which h occurred.
The town of Paxton, in the county of
Worcester, according to the goodlv cus-
toni of our ancestors, some years since set-
lieu a iM niter : iut inasmui n as uie town
was so small, ahd withal so poor, tne inhab
itants thought they could not afford a
spiritual-teacher' a sufficient salafv. thev
agreed that he should have I the liperty of
beirjg absent a few sabbaths in each year7
to make up the deficiency in his comoen-
sation, by preaching to soiiie other society.
unuennis cn.rwvct me Minister was or-
lihed, and for a time all things; went oii
smoothly. It was I not- however many
weeks, beforet'the -people found that their
Pasitir ; understood ihe condition if their
inutual contract in too extensive a -ensr.
to be tor iheir ueneiit or pleasure : anil
that in his estimation, a few meant' two
thirds or three quarters of the whole time,
aiidjhc wasabent accordingly. A town
mpp.tinT was consenuentl v called 10 decide
on the. true siguificatiun of the phrase A
Few.' Alter an ample argument and ma
ture deliberation, it was unanimously de
cided by-; the town that thereafter the
numjber five "should be considered 4nd un
derstood to mean vi?few,' and that if their
M i n i ster s h o u 1 d ; be a bse u t ; m o re. ,t I w n fi v e
sabbaths in one year, the overpluslshould
be deducted irom his salary.' We hope
those who have hitherto been in the habit
of using this expression will hereafter keeji
in mind the above decision, and act accor
dingly, so - that when -Uhey- promise to
meet a irienu in a lew minutes, or o pay
a creditor in a lew . days, they may
ding to preced ent, ' c ou s id er a f c w
-. ... . . i
to mean more than fivei IVitll
k We find in vthe Macon Messenger,
long; j but 'interesting; account of the pro
gress ofMAcpN,' from her chrUteni ig by
the gilatuie, UH'622, to ihet period of
her present greatness. She. contains aboui
3,500 iiih ibitautV black & vvhite,J&tlie num
ber of permanent - settlers has inc reased
within the. last two years She lias abou t
fifty jwlvdesale and retail stores,havirlg gen
erally on hand from;g5,000 to S40.000,
and otten replenished through the season of
business. There are ten' 'Cotton YVarkhbus
es, large -and - weJ I 'n'St rUidied,'"(yi t e vr
ral Wharves a tVached-sis: regular liotels
four Banks, Macon, Insurance, Oarien,
and State Bink Agency t wo printing Of
1 1 c e sr-a ii 00 k.Jj ore-? 1 w o. v- n u r c 11 e s ja u ti a
ihird'. cp ri t e m plated a n e legah 1 Bri.k
Court House-eleven Atoroeys and ten
rnysiciaTis- -an inc,rporaie(-ciuemy,anu
several pHVateSchoolif besideslatcs of
fash ionbble f resort, &'o. --'. Tweii ty Pole
boa t s "c a rry.her exports to' the sea b ;4rd -1
i nere weutaown ine ucumuigee
?tTni824,; '-'--?4;goo;- ';;..
1825, V k U t ?: 1 P. 000, jS ?;:P-C-
- ; 1826, ; . ; 29,000' V
-fV 1827 ' V 1700.H f :-'k7
V: K1828.-and 29: 40.000, bales of Cottbhs- the
probable amount of which exceded $3,000,000.
V ' A noble Reply. i--Th v; e : ! n ?n t surged 0",
Mr. Bod ou, , was one day; sen t for bvi Car-
J dinal , D u B rbis Prime M i n ister of France
and yet; by the .present rJBirlous
him. The Cardinal'
tne ooor, said to him. viiu' nv uf nut
as ; you treat : the poor wretches at vour
nqpital ;ot;the liotep
0te.l;.P.?-':. Mv Lord, j - f:. C Petition for Divorce. -
s, these poor wrutches alEd)V4ard Jtuckner. y ; : . i1
i pleased to Cal I t hemj' is 'i W PBRED hy Court. that rubircation be ma
y""1 "Hneoce.is pieasecl to Call.tbem, IS!
each a prime minister in oiy eves.". ' KJ
i?z i-- " ;
-'!f'n' V---'inrv!;. t w -
. .. r . . . - , - - - . IT
T ; '.r.. .7 " .y. v 1
train of ) Ed ward the second "to ; celf br;i"t"e
ma vjjci-icu iriuuipn xrver 4VoDert lirUCC
Unfortun .tely, the Bard was taken priso
ner at the battle of Baunock6urfiind the
harp, that; was ti h ive inimwrtalixed . the
E ngl i sh mod a rch's g! or v wa s e mpl oy ed in
the service of -his antagonist. ;"f The'folto" w.-'
ing is an extract fi oui the poem .sung in
honor ot the occasion, f " the horrors and tu
mult of . the contlict are almost expressed
by. the sound of the word s :;the: allitera
tion is rich even to the
der. - -;- . -. -
mere Engl ish-rear
; Est dolor irbmensus, aut gente dolore dolorem ;
Est furor accelsus, stiraulante furore furorem
. Est clamor crescens, feriente pfiore priorem ;
Est valor aresceiiS, frustrante val ore valorem';
Est Calor ardescens. urente calore calorem .
Kstens demescens, reprobante minore rriiho-
rem - .. -. :-; - . . ; , , -...x. r.c
Est stupor auditus, geminante stupore stiipo
; . rem ; '.. V v.- : ; '' . ' :v: v .... , . , - '(
Est populus triUis, perdente tenore tenorem j
Surit mitos, ftuKlente cruore cruorem ; -Nunc.timor.est
scitus, nietuente timore timo
. rem. .,'-- r. - -'""J1 -Vl 5 v- ; . - v.- -
r B0S. COU.
'Race Ffor'ses. The itory -of speed in
England, at the rale of a mile in a min
ute." had better be corrected, . before ; it
goes fu ri her. Fl v'i rig ChildeVs never went
etgnryjeei in a second j nor, it he had, and
held it out from the score, could he have
reached ihe mile post, withiii l60 yards,.
iii u. muiuie. ins most ex; raoruinary pre
tended leaps did not, I think," exceed 6
feet, ami no long rating horse: ever made
three such jumps In- a second ; but even
dning lhat, he would be 200 yards behind
the mile post, these errors as to lime
have been corrected in th: Sporting Mag
azine, over and over agiin and ought not
to be repeated. American ,Eclip-e car
ried 9 stone, (126 lbs.) in" his race, with
Henrys and not 131. The first heat of 4
miles in the great match race on the Union
Course, was done in 7 minutes 37 seconds.
the highestspeed we have -witnessed, .in
this country. The average of the speed
with the time is, however, a fraction short"
of 16 feet to the second. i
N. York Ev Post.i .
A facetious parson of a country parish
was employed some years since to unite a
rustic pair in the holy bands of matrimony
As soon as the knot was tied ' well sirt'
says Jonathan, what's the damage
Nothing I hope,' replies his revereuce, if
ihere is any done it is none ot mine l"jTou
a 1 on e a re a n s we ra ble.for.the' proce e i ngs n f
this evening.' But I mean, sir, what's
to pay ?'- 0 that depends on circumstan-
When I marry . av couple, if
is rather indiiiereiit to his
he hands over a legal lee, foiiTf and
six-pence. If hje is pretty fond of, her , he
will pay a do!Iar;or a crown. -If he is ve"
ry.. deeply in- love, lie; will hot think-of
giving less than a! couple 'of dollars - or "a
uuupiu mi tiunus.
.Frenzy does not become a slighter dis
temper on account of; ihe number of those
w ho m ay be i n fected wi 1 1 li i t. 'Burke ;;
Few swords, in a just defence, affable
to resist 'many unjust assaults Sidney.
Obscurity in writing is commonly an ar
gument 11 f darkness in ' the mind the
greatest learning is to' be seen in the great
est plainness. -Bishop rtilkins.
.-;;, He only will please Tong, who, by tem
pering the acidity or satire wuh the sugar
of civility, and allaying ; the heat;of , wit
with the frigidity of bumble , chat, ,cah
m a k e , t h e t r u e pu n clvd f c on v e rsa tio n ; a nd
as thitt.punch can be drunk in the greatest
quanti ly - which, hasw tfie largest proportion
of whaler so jl hat "coinpanio(i,willbe i)f:
tenest welcome, ;w hose talk-flows', out "with
p 1 d 1 if. Johnson. .
Original slnecdote-' : few years;- agoV
ctiupie jir jjutenmen upon the high
hills of Limestone, though verv: friendly.
nau : a- tireauiui falling' iut about one
killing the other's ' dog,. fpr ' which' he
sued for cfamages. They ;wervcalled intii
Cour aud the defendant; in the case W
asked by the Judge if he. killed ihe tlog
Ue. sure i Kilt him aia the Uutchnian,
pu t " I et mill proof i t J s;'; t ins be 1 ng ; tj u 1 te
8tYsfactpr;:'he;$aed byvibe lud;e?td
what a moii n t he e ti van t ed the d arnges 5 he
d id n 0 if U nd ehf a n d t h is question so well,
- --.--v.'-i ' uvm - .;.- '.-- ?." ; . - i
so -to e,a uuiepiamer, ine juuge afKeu
him what he thought-the dog to be Worth.
Be sure,? said he the dbg Was wot vnot-
i i but since he was I so mean as' to. kill
him, he-shalf t'X de-full. walue of him. ?
j" auas.in a noiipp in inp ntrii; num. : nouniv nt ti r.i :u .?ii
ber M The Fore i-n Ke v ieWArt-!A h tiquir I Monday after the, 4trMonday'in September,
ty of vUhytrdng.S:enfions ne W two in-1!
stances of ancient mdusrrv iiffhe rVirUc-1 u aV?e w,u ne hm3r fiurU.-- v
One of them is a poem writren ty ;Basiorl, 1 of A2rcbl829. ; ..-r -Z'S' v- . -., '
a Carmelite Monk, Who , wVsxnrried Jn tlie I -;--:-- - "ROBERT H KNiiv: c i Sr n.
Sj$F5!.g LPFA 29. ;
fttnSEDby Courr;thatriubircation be made
forJ, . nrnnths-'suceessivelV -iii the' Raleigh
Kfgster, and the Yadkin and Catawba Journal '
" "Fien'ianrDe ana .appear
II.. f" . . . . -
Opfenflant'be and appcat .at Xhn next
oai'crir vqitrt i law.tO be hId iiir Runccnibe
a ' 11 1 ' - , : -. .-
State. JVrJii'oZina !
V''; ' ,-'. KButvroinbe Couritj." f
Superior Court of Law-Apriltrriu l829. '
Thomas Sharp e; y ' ---.:; .. . . . ' ;.
' ';.; f Petitionlbr divorce ;t -V :,
S u.sa h nah - Sharpe. 3 " - . ' -. C
OUDEUED by Cciurttbai publication be made
for rthree months successively in " Ha
leigh . Itegister. rand the . V. Ikin and Cataaba
J ourn-d, . that ; the Defendant be and appear at
the next Superior Court of Law. to be held fcr
Cuncombe Coiinfy.at the Court'-house in A?!it- 1
villei on the second Monday after, the, fourth -Monday
in Sepiember , next;; anjd: plead; or an
swer 10 tlie.Plairtti'aPs petition "or the same will
be heard e&parieSS:J : ; - ' . - J V J ' "';
- Witness, Robert Henry," Clerk of s'ud Court Vt
Office, the second Mondayafccr the-foutth-Mon-
day -of March,' 1.82ST. f vt r- -
" iUOfiERT HENTiy, c;j CJ 1 . :
; j Buncombe Countv v U ' ; -
jacoD Kaper, ... ii
.; 1 v. ; . ; C
Deborah Raper. y
Petition for Divorce.
ORDERED by Court, that p blicatronbe rrtade - v
for 3, months successivejy I in the Raleigb -Register,
and heYadkin and Catawba Journal, ;
that the Defendant be and 'appear at' the next
Superior Court. of Law to be beld for-Buncombe .
county, at .the Coun-hbuse in Asheville; on the ' .
2d Monday after.lhe 4th Monday in , SeptemberV '
next, and plead or answer to the Plaintiff's peti. -tionor
the sone Vill be heard ex ' parte. : ,
Witness, Robert Henry, Clerk btVsaid Court V '
at Office, tlie 2d Monday after the 4th Monday -cf
March, 1829. , i-; -? j r L-.-jV-'t ;:-,---' V?- -
ROBERT HENRY, GS$;XL :
Stilts of ;XpvtaYoina,
' . ' r i?ari c; ' -"'.
Court of Plelis and Quarter Sessions ' Z 1 '
. . May Term, laav. ; . - '
Alice mddick, vV- ; n 1- A : rv
. . ... . .v --V-V- 'A-V, ' r---; ,v
Wm. Widows &hisyelitlon artitiqn. ;
. wife Srh.:i:J-:'-y- : it:- -K " -'
IT appearing toj the satifa'ction of this Court,
that the Defendants are not -Inhabitants of
this State ; , It is therefore ordered that publics
tion bemade for six weeks in the Italeih Re
gister that tliey appear at the next Court of Pleas
and Quarter Sessions ,td be held for . the county
of Randolph, at the Court-hvuse iii Ashbordu.b, , ' '
on the first Mondiy f August next; then and '
there to plead, answer or demur to the petition,
otherwise it will be taken pro' ponfesso and ad
judgetl accordingly. . ! v ..: : V
''-Witness, Jesse! tiarpVr Clerk of oiir said Court " '
at office; the firs ilonday-of &fav, "A. D. 1829.
A Copy; , . j , JESSE HARPER, c c.
Price adv. $2 75.; v -V V: ; . ;. ': "'
y Stateof North-Garoliua;. ' ;
r" ;-' ' ' VjSurry County. ;" '. .'"
Superior Court of Equity, March Term; l'S29. -John
HiLsabeck vju Joseph Penington. " V V.
IT appearing, .to; the satisfaction i of the Court ; .
, that the defendant, Joseph Penineton. Is net
mnaortant ot tnis State it is therefore order
ed'that publication be rhade for three roniiths in
the: Raleigh Register, that he may appear at our
nexi superior court-oi tquityto.oe held for the
County cf Surry,iat the Courthouse in Rockford,
on tle first MohdayibSeptern'e,rnext, to plead, ." :
answer or urmur w ine complainant's bil! or . ;
the same will be taken pro' confess? and heard ' : r
eS-parte. -Vi- -V-.v - ,7 - , " . -
x Test,: WINSTON SOMERS, C. M. E. ,
May 19, 1829.-l-pr.adv. $5 25. . . ' ; ; -
State of Nbrth-CarolinaVt : "
i-.Granville County. ,,'. ;
Court of. Pies-and Quarter Sessions, ? v
'; May;iTerm;-A.'D;i829.V j,---. -. - '
Hp orel Fraizer, Admr: of William Ikester. dec!
r . ' ; rk '-c' '. "'-
' ' Robert Hester; f of Wm'.W. - ' ' :
Original attachment. " Levied in the hands' cF - j
Th.os. B. IttlejohnT Esq. and he is suiiimoned
,;. as Garnishee. - ...- m --j y-x ,
LT appearing to the satiifjction of the. Court, , ;
-that the "defendant, Robert Hester,- is not
an inhabitant "of this State ; . it. is ordered that
publication be madkin the lMeigh. Register for
six weeks,, giving notice to the said Robert Hes- ;
tcr that he appear at : the Court of Pleas and
QuarterSessions,- to be held for the County and
State aforesaid,Var the -Courthouse in Oxford,
oh the first Mondayjn August next, '''then, and : v
there replevy and plead to issue, or judgment
final . will be ; rendered up gaiust him, 'tnd the t :
propertyeyiedron, condemned, subject to the "
plaintirPs recoyery. Witness, Stephen K. Sneed,
Clerkof said Coorr, at otHce in Oxford, tht first
Monday ia MayVAn..l829. ; 7 - - .
75 6w pd;7rv C ' STEP. KSNEED, Clk.
:'State of Ncu-th-CaroUha", 77:
J-. 7 J Jlarttn County. 7 ; t'
In crrT.SprmVTe '
" ;?Jt'- VS ; -' ?- - --J-C
Edvrard Griffin,; Silas Bennett," Adm'r of Johr)
' VV r;;-r-'.-:-LUte'rt ind Luke 1 Jos.7 7 v 7. -.
IT appearing-vto; th'e satisfaction of the Court
that Luke Ross is not a resident of th 53 State:
it b ordered, tliat he appear at the. nextlerm cf
the Superior Court . of .Equity for MartTa county
the isst Monday in August next and -.r.cr
else judgment pro' contessoVULbe take: - 7:st
him .aodibat publication of this rule lc iZi
for; three months in the Raleigti Reriater. ' v
Uy3 . 7- r J.B. SLAUE C; IV. E.
Vor-saje it IbisOHcc.
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