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..;,lllii ' , . ''iiigHtnmw na means ilesceucis.in one , un-vJ"Vjiotildvhererecafiinienil A sricu 1 1 ure -amiuation, and. will continue two weeks".- No' A:
TT.T1 T5-?S,X!S fci.' 1 "JY.11' 9" ra c k,;; DutDodies or various Ki.ntll in .apeaaltiiattifirtN.it such Tanning ,e;tve Vaosence ffrnti in terra im, .
iVpubltshed every at imVTRbttaftiT. by
A t A't. X? .'ar per a nnum h al fi n ad vance.
; ,. " ; ,: ; j A 0 V feRTISEMEN TS
ot exeeedinff iteen tine, neatly inserted o
. 'times for a Dollar, ancl 'twenty-fivej cents for
err su'rccedinff pjiblicatJon : those ot ffreat.
Locations tbinkfuHy ;feeived...;LKTT5ns.tp
pn;in -. ,r ... -i.-t-.
"the"' Editors must.be poitaiil. ;:
1 f n lftte'ixicetins of, citizens at Boston
Vo consider the expediency, of, a modifica-
lion Ol-lOe lilwa,CgUiiuiiip mi, iviauiMi
of debtor and creditor, Mr. AVehster,' ttie
distinguished Senator;--oTAthe.y. States;
'..nmscpflan oninioni that theV establish
I went of anything like.a general . ysteni
of bankruptcy-was now, altogether improj.
. bah!e.J:Weconsider this iiecJaratioh from
that source, '(observer the i National Intel
liencpr) as settling xne quesuon, against
a bankrupt s vstein. to' homing for the riext
decade, at leasts if riot for half -a century!
The failure of tins' "measure, mpon which
"the bestjurists: have spent; so - much time
and labor in vain duringthe last 15 years'
must be attributed more to the force of
prejudice than to the actual objections to
it. though we' do hot deny but there is
room for r?OM&.as tivits expediency in all
its details-,The : prejudice against; the
measure lias 'arisen we believe, from an
general bankrupt system would be direct
ly the rcversebf this.' This general bankr
runt system having failed by that name,
its vital principle, uniformity in the laws
of the several $tatcs, must be sought iii
-some oiner lorin. : i uuiuc is iiuiuavc-
ViaT the oDject very important." V The on-
Jy rational ' system :is.to subject; every
' man's pi dpertyV exclusive : of his nccessa
W domestic" goods, to the payment of his
debts, and leave his person free from con
finement and his hands" from bondage.
The penning a-man up in.'a dungeon,' to
' make him pay debts that he has no means
.'.of paying, is. an absurdity too gross to de
serve : even to 1 be V ndicu led. An d the
holding an. honest, man from the pdssibil-i
itr of . ever again laboring for the benefit
of his family, by'subjectin his earnings,
after insolvency, to tlie claims oV oldxre-i
nlitors, ainongst whom every thing he had
has already'been divided, is the very re
finement of cruelty and barbarity.. These
unomalies in a liberalized government
cannot long exist. . Nor .are they at all
necessary to the enforcement of the pro
per cibliations of contracts . Whert they
4ire abolished, contracts will be made less
freely, perhaps, but more honestly 'and
usurious 'dealings will be done away witli
' in proportion to the'curtailment of cred
it, ami consequent : security of debtsi r.
LIGHTNING ' j '
At tldssoabo f the,year,whert thuodt'r
ls'nnn? fi:iyf be frvqoentiy Vxpectedji fhe fol
t I -wit i jr. directiins, frui ,,'he Mechanics
, Maihzinf, ar6;rie.bet means of pntec
' l ii .:i jnii.st '; I ish' i 'dig;r i ni ay ;"-be wiii iliy vf
u!i ii'iiin. particularly fry :t those to whoc
'tiwi lllngs no cnductois are attached : 1
, ''Places f the greatest saf tv in a thuti-der-storif..
In 'casca-"sthuiidff slurm
wrf 'to happvn while a person i "Jn liie
i !?. Vktii lorfiishrd wih a proper citduct
Vr, il is alvifab?e inl l stand near pla
ic wluTe tlierelii any mejat, aschiinnVys,
j:U fr.i-i.es. ino 'cifvinents, or' the. like-j
b'it'lW k 'nVto the.rojddlenf the room, and
.-.ml ;fiilejvir, tostand irT sit- upon the
b.-t n'icinnocUir: th:t. can be fniMtl' at-
H-a'WU'av-'aif oId:chair, s:od, tic. It istill
afcr ;t bring tvYr three' mattresses'-or
h;iU iiit,the middle of the nom, and fld
"i g . i h e n U p; d o u b ! e,y put the ch iir upon
tai'ia ;"fr Jhy ; nt , bing uch 'good 'con'
m ductur a " the, walls, the iilithi:.g.wil not
; cloc nil interrupted course through tlieair
d il: iom5aitl he beddiu;, ; uhen il can
jj'i UyVjcTH a continued and better cohUtic';
lor. the wall. The place of most stbsolute
'd.'!v is . Ihe'cel I a r , a nd parti cula rly . the
middle i of it, forf tvheu a person -.is"' .lower
than theurface of the eart!, the lightning
mu-it strike the fiurfacp of the'eartl). before
g 'above and helow, aftbrds the safest
C tu a t lou'a- persoiuca ti h .ie. in' any ' room
4 " hat soverV an d.Avhat, indeed,; may be
5 h,,h'rel quite lece from danger ofa py st
quite Ireelrom Uanjrer of aiv stroke
1 hh I tii r; 2. 1 1 a s tor m ha noeus , w hif h t a
."At ' , g ft A '-.
i'rae5. J50 quite near ihem, but Kh6ufd
, "p-ft iti'j t fi t tee r -' vr: t weii ;"yf f e t ? from
' impression that it proposes a 'protection
for debtors' against the' Just demands of
creditors : -whilst the real operation'Jof a
f ii caa osibry reach; hiin. " Buy. when it
can be -had a lja:iimockj A or, "vswjngirig-'.bed
"impended by itlkcord equally distant
: from' the walls oh every side,' and from the
,f , in tue open uuius, ana lar iriioi
' a hy .i Idi g -tvey best 1 tjdng lie ca ii . do- U
i ; tu teiiii: iihin a.tnH.i it4nCV!uftlfc; high
ir".or tiet-s! he cUri set fat";-"; he; inust
T.- .. . -
"wig hIkoUU XiiiC tlicreibJut, it. tvill -very
' hably : Ktm ii 'thVri!Jeesi;and;sbuuida
k ljbpiir; ;ssretiu-lvat tliat-dis-
r ' , . . , , 1 ;iv;ii,n..,'Aiiii'iit'Mw .wii;y.i-y . o I ni av immeuiaveiy-ai icr. uue ucvicnucr ttAaiiuij.t-i
iirniti '.l.i... . il n. 1 w . ... ....'..ij..l,,..i.l".ri- -.' r- ' -.' '.- ; - t . . . . - v. , ... . .. - . . . . I
- . 7'-tV,.,cHfco,. i.iMi. t pcuicu !!-. 4 speculation, asturesmn or Cumpeicnt louu von, and will continue till the seconaiMonday in : Test,
?,,J,WS U'ftaa'bv'ca aceftJiiicifthut the aud raiment ' J 4 - :W Wanuary : the next-ar. the 'close of the June ex-y by 19, i
cin.uicrfner snare i iwmne same iira(?v as consists inlnrat ran ninff in ilpMir tanHs r r r j " v" . - v- y
n proporjion to iheir.quantitjr of copduct- ndxmofjgagih for p anient,
1 , ! CATALOGUE OF BOOKS. V
in; power, r . . kv L fieri biurbwinj money to put up fine build- . Latin- Adams' Laiia r.rimnip, (Gou'd's Kdi-
' . t . . : - " ' - . . '-v 7 infra - Wnir,fKon riJi.iniTmonf, n' iV J:oi,i Histopia.Sacrs, Vjfii llomx, Cesar's Cwn
'U'nc'i lA In 41-' f 'i0 10 mentis, .Sallust, '-uVJ, .C.W. .Select. Ora-
,-rhe process of, em ration m .this quar- fnn; - No i 'I his is t not 'the . ivav. . But n.. Vw r . in;,;,;, n. c,.,t,
Yry seerhs;to have.coinitienced with renew"
ed a la cri t y i Tii eN vessel st hat ha ve 1 e f r
u r ;pdrt :fir? fortb-A ineri ca have a 1 1 ' exhit
bite dyiin! hyi r . d f c ks a n u ;i e ro u s c o mpl if
merit of paAsehgers.Amohg.them; we have
observed both males aptl feniales of every
age, and of various .' classes of society
They all seem to evince -an 'eagerness iii
quit the country of iheir birth," and judging
froin 'their coiintenauces, . we should. say
tha t' not one j n a hu nd red feel s any 'regret
uporUhat screV though .i t is 'miore ; thari ,
probable the observation of the poet, Ne
set qui nataysoIum,'- &c'. may be verified
some f ew, years, ; perhaps tnoti ths hence.--
That some a mong them may have formed
a ;very inadequate j"! not ioii of; a voy age; in
search of wealth and independence to the
northern extremity of the New World, is
evident fro n h el toll o'w i hg ii n e c d o t e, u pon
t h e t rut h o f w h ( chV u r rea d c'rs in ay ; re ly ' ;
Qrr Tu esl ay ;;m brni ng ' I as t v th e lri t on sal I
ed t from .this j port ;f or Qufliec, . withla full
share of passengers; iThe wind "was tin
favorable torji getting dowhotheHuinlieri'
and she . was cohseq uen t ly beaten about,
for several hours. ;VJ An old woman,, w hoi
on the ship's leaving theiiarbor, had t etir-l
ed below, ;in the coure of the afternoon
suffered her jVuriosily, to gf l the better f
Her; terrors, and Ventured lupdtt deck. The
first bject that attracted her attention was
Paul Churcru 1 which we may remark for
the benefit Vf our distant readers, is situ
ated about eight? miles 'down the river. -She
approached the pilot, and in a strong
Eat Itidiiig dialect; accosted him with
PrayVe, hoy,: is that'iirtcAj ?V
'' Nil, jiot yet .l)ther,,. w as f the , auswer.
VMiy, bairti.5 - rejoined , the old lady,
1 wlioip it. be'.mt iifuch lurlher, or me
and rry owld li.an'il gaiig back, fori hivir
verc su'i: sick o iiouuht V iiiv whoal life!"
':S,::t;':l ?". :- Mull jacket.
1 ".'-.'' ; . -'-O- "... rr ' ' r.. ',
earn fiom an Irish gentleman, "later
ly come from the south of Ireland, that
the lower, classes of the Catholits are im
pressed with a belief that Relief Bdl will
in souie waythey scarcely, know how r
materially improyo4heir condition. They
are rn doubt right in their general expec
tali ohs," but some of them have curious no
tions of the wajr in , which Emancipatiou
will w operate. . Au aihuog instance of
this w,s relatetl to us by our friend, as
follows : -A! laborer in Cork got drunk,"
and s iliif d ut into the streets, in a ; very
pugnacious humor. . One of ihe cry tnagis-f
trate,'.who was on the spot, seeing that
the man wanted some,! one to fight with
liioij and. that crowd wasrgathering, went
uj to him and ladviseil him to go home;
saving that if he did not, lie would regret it.
th h,' said Paddy, what is; there that j I
ran regret now r
sure and . we're eritanci-
a t -
4 W11, my g'od fellow,' said the
in'agitrate, and ''what do. you mem. todo
itdw th t(yui are eoiaocipilerl ?' Och'
replied the tiiari sure ami ,V bind -my
son to a Judge ! ' : Liverpool Times, y;
' Jl Fair near CattherTly th e foil owitxg
article Jrom the Catskill Recorder it will
be eeh that a lady of Ulster county caiight
a Bear. There are some ladies who oc-
casionalty Icatch biped bears, whiciiv are
worse than quadrupeds ; i t
Female Heroism Ay a letter from a friend in
Warwarsirig",-Ulster connly, we learn that a Mrs.'
Donnelly, of that town," cuught a Hear, ori the
Sth of the present montb'r.and carried it ;'; bom
in lrinmpriy he hud ben about three quarters
of a mile ' from ! home, where her husband ..tas
at work; to carry him dinn-r. : On her return,
through a bye road, leading through the wdods,
she discoveied the youngs bear,, pursuedahd
caught i, without much difficulty. '-With a won
derful preseiice of mind, she grasped him by tU.
neckto prevent biting-; and mufiied hirii so that
his cries khould not alarm the old one; ' and bore
him off a prisoner of varTJiere might; have
been ii disagreeable ; rescue," had the cries of the
ursine youngster roused one or two of his sylvan
ancestors, y Few. .women would' hazard sitcli an'
encounter,'- even were there no'flanger' of a"re
capture.' y This is true old fashioned female cou
rage ; such as bur female ancestors knew, when
they sioou m oany epeciauun 01 meeimg; Dears,
catamounts,- anu uosiiic iiiuians.
. lpUfj-. in) your i ruffle i;'Tfrprna9?v.e.
ha ve a few nai Is to inakesaid sal blac
Mil uh to his son,' as he cnefrMh school vat
12 -o'clock. ;J honas t uckeil irt hts rulHe,
soiitii ; lil I lie jli ad'.earned -yliiscltn rXerantl
ilieh 'ateil with a gm
your rufHe-' 'Thoin'a s i tis' 'schooUtimeno w
said the fath j Thisis th
d ay ; - bu t i t ' wou Id a nswer j ust'as wed for
a good tiiWny ntli rsV? v hmiias expec ted i t
and .'fidt as bappj at the anvil-with his fuff
fle lucked in,; as his InVateHj at;their;.ptay.;5':-.
' It would be Vtoi bad nbtioufj y in these
hanf tim'es,V for tna iyr a y ou ng m a n to uck
in his rufflei and syi;g an axeyotiolij
pi ough , or ' m a kc: a na i l or n any a y o u ng
mari? yivhosc expe
IhegainViof trade aresadljr'lfsappointeil
toewrh; a iWing in wiling
honors' Irss "bu t pays ; be tter-some humble
V'Sc u pat to n w h i ch w hi le itholdsout o o d e -
iusive none t immense weaitii r dj a sin2:e
i V v o u r. ii v n sh n u 1 d e r t it t h uh p I . - o r L-
in vbur i ilfflei f arid earn vour bread bv the
sweat of vur brow., -It will ' I jfe the sweet-
est you ever ate. v , y . ' ,..'.' ; . -
r-ivlyP11 EXPERj ENC E.
PLiO A.NO KB INSTITUTION
:, h lbr Practical Scientific Instruction!
fFIHE Course of -Education at.this Institution!
JL will embrace the following Uenartments "t : $
L Clarical. This DeVartment 'will 'Include
the Greekj Latin, French and Spanish Lan
guages. '.; ;:',- -..y l-; pW'
' H. The Mathematical rV emhraSe' lArithmei
tic, ! Algebra, Logarit h ms, Geometry Trigonbml
.ucnirauon, ourveying, - tmc aecuonsj
lurai ;iiiiosopny,;AMronomyjana Eryavigaiion,
and the NaturatSciehces,. as Cotany, liueratb
gy and Natural Hisiory.yfy'y y"; bvrih
. Particular attention will be paid at this Insti-
"t'uo lo -r raci-icai rancaiwn.. uiasses in uaine
raduation of Roads and Street the use of) the
flrfmtl urTln .'unnliArt tin far"mtr
of mountains and other, eminences. They will
frequently be taken out to" practice . with the
Compass-and, Chain, Theodolite" and levelling
lJotls and - accompanied by their instructors,
will occasionally take excursions for he purpose
o" making observations in .B ttany a nd Mineral
ogy 1 '-- ;- v.r : l ';?Ky.," r f. . v-V-'y':'1
'fill.' English. This Department will j nclud e
English (iramm ir) , Penmanstiip, Uopkkeeping,
Public Heading and j Declamation,' jkiicient, and
Modern Geography with A he use of t$e Maps and
Globes; Ancient and, Modern' Historl; tthetoricj
dompositibn, (;ritlciim,' - Logic and .Voral Philo
sophy Construction 'of 31aps with the principles
o Projection. " ;y y"- .;!..; ' , . .. r . ,
Ihe rudiments of Education, as.Re idingf Spel
lirig, Penmanship; &cwill be thoroughly taught,
a id theJuntor Classes will in .'this respect, ; re:
ceive particular attention. ': 'J , . . '.. y .
yPhi'tictil Education .--For the improvement of
the heabh and the developement of he Physical
dk well as mental energies of ' the . C adets they
will be required to practice daily an I regularly.
Military Exercises 1, T'hese having fur their main
object the preservation of health, vill be pur
sued so far only as may be requisite or this pur
pluse ; in ui instance; will they be pjermitted to
interfere Willi Other, pursuits- but twill occupy
those hours in the day. that would otherwise be
devoted to useless and frivolous amusement.1--?-
lliiy'. will consist ".of, the Elemental schools of
the Soldier, Company and Ualtahon Evolutions,
Light Infantry and ItiHe l)rills--forrnauon of re
gular Military Parades Guard Duty the duty
of officers' of the Guard and of the Day -the
Broad Sword Exercise. f t 'K j '
J Uniform' Drea.--r I Ue dress worn at the Insti
tution will consist of a dark blue cloth Coatee,
single breasted and standing collar, f nine cloth
Vebt and Pantaloons fori winter, and white do-
meslic cotton for summer, leather Caps with ap
propriate trimmings; blacksilk or leather Stocks.'
An undress will be worn in summer consisting
a j cotton striped Roundabout, single .breasted
and standing collar, i y ' ; j :'4 ;i '
J As the Coat cannot be made elsewhere than
at the, Insiitutiona more particular Aescripttbn
of it is omitted. Each member of the Institution
will yant the following articles,-viz : one single
injattre&s either ot hair.. or straw; pdlo v, two. pil
low casesfoiir sheets two yards in ength and
one iii. breadth, one pair of blankets, two towels,
four shirts, four pair of white cotton pantaloons,
tour wnite. vests tor smn'ner anu onejoiue ciotn
for winter single breasted, mx pair of jcotton and
four par of woollen socks, draws and; waistcoats
if) WorriV two pair of thiii and ooe patr of thick
shoe?, at least two pnckethandkeixhiefsooth
brush, pi nknjfe, qti;lls,- waters, Stcly Parents
cin furnish their sous with such articl'ss-of cloth
ing of the above description as they may. have,
if ithev" prefer Jt? or they nia' be su bp I ed at t he
Institution on't he most reso4i;ble terms. The
above quantity of clothing, is deemed suiBcieut
to answer a cauec one year snouni ne .leave ine
ill nit:, sucii
ed at the Institution atfd; well taken ciire o'f.will
br, received back at a fair price
must liave hiswiiame marked in full, o
u every ar
dele of Iu5 clothing, . . . :
y 1 Qiidlificatwn, Admission t&c. No
will br admitted into this Institution;
who is' un-
der ten vears of age, who cannot reac
and who is hot of a good m jral characiei'i It js
deemed advisable to admit none foria Ifessterm
than one year,' as the expense foi unless period
would be propbrtionably greater, aiid the advan
tages to be derived proportional? ly, less. ' '
. -1 Eperises.-Y cadets , vill be divided into
two Departments. y Those under fourteen; years
of age; will constitute the Junior, and Lhose oyer,
the Senior. ' The!' whole expense pe academic
year, will be for tlie Junior 5160, and for the
Senior jl75v pai'ale.$100;on.adriiusion and the
remainder, at the expiration .of six months.
This expense wiU include ;,cyery ? :harge . for
Le ct ii res, ' use ' of ".'a rm a i id ! Acco u u ements,
Roui Rent,' and in sh urt e y e ry e x pense. excep t
Clothing, and rRooksyTrhe acemi 3 year, will
consist of 46 weeks, and'tivill be.divid id into two
sesitjniL-,;'!'';: ff't k-- '-'- S : r
:.: BottrfL The cadets ' ; Will board in thesame
family with their l iistructors.same; o ieor more
of whom ) will Wt air times" be iii ;Coit pany Jwirii
them", paternally ; to direct4 tlienu bo ,h; in their
si .idles and amusements and to assist in forming
a zou rteous,' mora I and "ge u 1 1 1 tu an ly de port roe nt.
In strutors and instructed we shall minglexto
getfier.as meinbers Ttf the same famib , ami pur
sue, towards each bther that familiar and respect
ful course, calculated to inspire, t he pupil with
a manly confidence and zeal,. and the instructor
Witlvemoliona of pleasured i,'-:- '-ii
j&aminatiohsTheT two public Ex
aminations ineach.year. . The first to comraence
on the Monday .nearest the 10th of. . December,
au'd the aecond on .the first Monday .. In J une, to
continue each, one, week, i; There,; will be priT
yate Examinations of the Classes every Saturday,
oi the atudies of the. preceding-.weekj. ' : . ' . .
!FflcofM)n.-There will be U wo vacations,' the
first immediately-after the December lexamina-
i - -' j .:.ii !:?j.'.jl.-.zh .t -1 . a ji .... :
matics wdl be practically .taught It lie! application
of I"rigonometry.t.Q lleights antf Distances ViTn
angular Surveyiog ; LeveHinii" and Eiliri nee ring i
Livy,; Tacitus, : five first books of eacli,f Ainy
worth's Dictionary.".'; u, ; , ,
t ,: Grtfe-Zr. -GoodHch's Greek Grammar . Jacob';
Greek Reader, Neilsonfs Exercises;jlr;dpy' De
lectus Grseca Al jora; Xenophon a Anabasis Ho
mer's Ui:idr six first iipoks. ;
.t Mathematics, - & c.r T: ler Arith met tc, -1 hit
ton's MathematicsJBowditch's Navigation, Sinipl
son's. Conic Sections, Enfield's Natural -Phi lojid;;
phy, Sganzin's Civil Ensineerinir-.Woodbridge
and Willard's Geography, rlast edition) Tvtler's
Elements of. History, Hale'' History pf '.the: U.
States, Murray's Grammar and Exercises. JYlair's
ithetorick, Hedge'slLogic,-Pa ty's Mot al Philo
sophy;4 Constitutionbf the, UnitedStates; and
Tliose jntenojng to jomhe Institute
vised to bring any of the above mentioned books
they nviy hay ortheir
tical I nst rum ents, or; AVorks, also any llisiorical
or LTterarylWorksy iy;-y (liiS ; ' i
Supplies. Arrangemehta Wili befmade at the
Institution to supply- he cadets with1theriecesi
sarv Boiks, ;Stationarv and Clothitigiif1t is o re
ferred, at epst provided payment is made dbwiii
ii ioi, anu a crcuut , lour monins is given, up
advance: often per c(ent'iVwiUI be Charged on the
original cost;; whiclSyill be the longest s indul
gence , Every cadt-t will be required to liave;a
pass book, in which" Will btyregistered every ar
ticle of 'clothing; b00ks,t &c; that may be neces-
sary for his comforj br? improvement. ,. The ob.
ject being more to accommodate the cadets than
to malce a,. .probe out ot tuem't ffM-'iPv'--'y
TH E ROANOKE I INSTITUTION is located
at Lrttleton'i VV ai Ten county. State of North'-Ca-,
rolina, io a delightful" and healthy part lof the
coumry u is siiuaieci oeiween -warrenton ana
Halifax, sixteen miles from the former apd tweb-ty-one
from the latter, surrounded by a beautiful
countrj' aial in the, neighborJiotnl of a i efi ned
and polished society. :'; Isolated aj this. Institu
tion is, no opportunity will be afforded a o" the
pupils to contract habits of vice "'and dissipation;
the .temptations hld out by our towns' and' vil
lages will .here be retnoved ami their contamina
ting influence avoided. hp Every. attention will be
pasa to the health, manners, m iruls and onpixjye
ments of the cadets : : and itxis believed, that un
der the -dlsciplinethat will be pursued in' the
Institution, aided by jthe superior natural advan-.
t ages of its situation youths may be trained- up
to habits of teinperajice, perseerance, industry
and morality without the danger of corruption.
The object of fthis Institution will be to ''give a
ymth., a good practical scientific education,. to
pre parts mm ;ior tue correct ana erncieni cus
charge of the duties of any situation in life, in
which fortune or, inclination may place him lto
rear up a sound mind in a sound body ; to. qual
ify him to enter t he "world with a head . to con
ceive and an arm to execute, to teach. him habits
of perseverence,-jindust y and economy, and to
cherish those manly; noble and independent se n
timents which should form,, the character. of a
good citizen.- Youths may here' be prepared for
admission into any of 'Our Colleges ir Universi
ties, either one or two years in advance- ;' for ad
mission Jo the Militarv Acadenn' at West' Point
or the Navy 5 or they will be carefully instinct ed
m tne various orancnes. necessary to. a nnisrieq
education 'I'he Institution will be u dtr the
general direction of CJap't. Partridge, and under
the immediate supermtendance and controul of
Mr. I). H.rjingh:m, vho will be 'assisted by the
requisite number of well qu dified instructors, to
wiiOm applications for admission into the Institu
tion or for further information can be made.
QTr Pare nts ;; will fpiease to signify o what
branches they wish their sons to attend; upon en
tering them. The Institution is now in opera
tion, and students will be admitted at any time.
'; v Littleton, N. C. June 3th, 1829.' r y.84'
' Mr. B.r has been .favored with the 1 following
testimonial by his friends in Maryland. . ' , , ;
, ' . ' . Frederick City, Md.
"r ' ' . .ip'nl 28, 1829. y 5
Mr. D. H. Bingham bein. about to remove to
Noith-Carohnafor the,.purpose of engaging in d
Classical arid Mditary Insliiution, to be under the
general direction of Capt.r Partridge, ttie under
signed take pleasure' in bUVring him aHestimoni
al, to which his character and 'gentlemanly.-' tle
portment "fully entitle himy -f lr. Binghani lias
resided some y ears in this city, and has bedn en
gaged ihia Seminary similar in its character to
that cbnterripLtedtin North-Carolina. ; V e, have
thus had an opportjmity to jildge of his qualifi
cations; btlt on that point We deem it unnecessa
ry for os to offer any recommendation in aid of
the ci rcu mst a 11 c e, t h at' he h as 1 leen selected for
the station' - by so - distinguished a professoi as
Capt.; Partridge; 'fronV,; anitingst.hls very, nume-f
rous and well informed pupils. y't We may observe
howeverthat he has distinguished Uimself here
by a degree of diligence perseverance and reg
ularity; calculated to insure" him,- any where that
success which we hope will reward hisl present
Signed. -" !-'y- '-ii;4?AAf):b-Kw-f:
. r- t-
'";; y .Hon. Jan. JSelson, -y : y y
' "' .--.' 1 1 oii ' t :'( rv. &, H 'arfield, '
: ' ThoZ ClVoethinpontZ
'. y y Jfe'j. Ft -ice, J-lsq. -
4 y ' r.
Stuart Gaither, Ksq. . j
r V pat cd the above article during the. Summer
asbn:yy; S P -S Ittl'
Also, Lemon' Svrup, of the first qualit-." , y '
Ihey ha.ve just recelyed a Supply of superior
JtaleiglC'J une.lt '&&1Zf$r- ?;i-y'y'y7r.
S tate of1 North-Carolin a;
Supe riit doOrt of Equity; March er829g
v . John H ilsabeck.r. J ose ph Penington y
IT. appearing', to the i tisfactionof the Court
that the defendanli-Joseph Penington, ia not
an inhabitant of this State ,': it is therefore order
ed that publication be male for three Vmonths in
the Raleigh Register; that he may appear at btir
next Superior, Cou rt of .Equity to be held for the
County cf Surry, at the Courthouse iri Rockford,'
on tpe first M outlay in September next, to plead,
answer or demur to the complainant's bill, or
the same will be taken pro confesso and heard
ex-parte.,y r' y-y'- - .--y '' '
WINSTON SOMERS, C M. E. ,
l8?9.-pr. adv. f 5 25. ' : .
J , J. GALES & SON,
-wIHVE 'JUST RECEIVKO-
Mrs.-Opie'. Woiks, complete, in I2oI
vvHsuiugTon irvings. i.
do - do.
Byrona.:"";flo-:-clu.;'?-in-ona vol. Sv
C . yvith splendid engravings. . ' .
Burns do .do ' in o-'e vol. Rvci. -
xShak espe'aVe'in one vol." stiperbly bound... ..
Spectator, 'in 2 volsl 8o." 1 '
Joseph! do do.- ' 'V
Man of two Livev r, y . ' ,
TWO tllllltlrpd nilfl tlnr oir nh 1d Pnnt.nt
- J .. " - .-v. wit IffUUU IIV"'
Domestic' Duties or Instructions to'young martin
, , ed Indies., "
Mrs. I Iemans Poems elegantly bound.
Po.H'Kik's Course of Time V do" .
iJwell's MediailXpmpanionv last edition,
' - Also; the 3d vol. of Gales Si Seaton's 11
of Cbngressionariiebates - ' r '
y, ;v 'Splendid Luck!
; i MANAGEUS OFFICE.
- :;-.yv :
DRAWING p?:THE,OISULy5WAMP CAKAX.
: 'Ayy1:.' ? XOTTERy, xUth CLASS. . ; .
liie tbllbwiiig Capirala were sold at thtt'Man
gers' Ohice; -.
iri l9;58; $10,000 sold to a Vender in Pete
I7hl 9, 43f $4,930,tsidd tb; Mr! Innis Adams, cf
i:'thi?iivi:t .- ;
y M ?i,Wf -sold also tp . a gentleman of
:tichmbhd:i .- , . ;
-540,, 58,1600, : jsold orie.half to 'a gentleman
1b Warretitwi,;N. tb other half to a'gen.'
. tleman in Fayetteville, NV O. . t.
The clrawing of thevNew-York Consolidated,
No. 7; rwil! be -received thi davJ Coitalj..
$10,000, 5,000; 3.044, 2f of 1,000, &c, ' ; :
ttru;.i'n::i't'i-'-fi''.'-'A '-""'''' "1-
" --TO f 'CKei o") nan 2 pu, yuar. 1
v- " . -j. Call at. v
v.y ; .XLTES.SIcIITYRE Office.
.June, 27.-86 -Su.-ri r: y'- "''':, '
37 albable foi4 Sale. -
y ::'vryys.'4.?!;t:V.' ?-' . y." r-..' j. v ; :
fllfJE Subscribers having qualified as Executors
JL of t h e late' Daniel Shine, dee'd, and in order
to meet the demands against the Estate of their
testator, they will ofTer for sale to the highest
bidder, . for ready monej ; on the first day cf Au
gust next, at the Cburt-House dpor In the To w n
of Xouisburg,,: several; valuable 'NEGROES, a
morig.which re.twalfUcksmiths (brothers) the
eldest about '25 .years of hge, is a large, strong,
active likely :Jmanan4 a., fellow of excellent
sense and 'disposition and the subscribers vouch
for his being one pf the best Smiths iii the State.
He can execute all kinds of Iron Work pertain
ing to Carriages witli neatness and despatch. i
He also understands working all kinds of Steel,
and has not his superior in the 'making Of edged
and Plantation Tools of every, description. , The
youngest ;about 23 year of age, is not so perfect
in his tradeiVbitt promises to make an excellent
Smith ; he' js also a, large likely - fellow. The
balance of the Negroes, consists of - women and
children they are ihkeiy: anid - valuable; The
loots otthe Shop will also be sold. ' '
jo;-:l. king"- ' ",.;' , ' ',' ' . '
yy - CUAKLES Al iiill, 5 r T
f Franklin C'iunty,.N. Cjuly l; 8$ 3t
; . . ' . y County., ,
' SuperirCburt of I.aw April Termj 1829.
Ami Armstrong, f A - ... ' ,t ,'; ,:, . - .
i : ;' Petition for Divotce. .
Sam'l. Armstrong; 3 ; i'y ,j , ; , . '"'"
ORD E It Elt b v CcMirf?f that publication b e maile
for 3 moutlis Hucessi vcly in the Raleigh
Register, and the lYadJi?n knd Catawba Journal,
that the' Defendant- be and appear, at the next
Superior. Court of Law to be held for Buncomb e
countyi at the Court-house in Asheville, on the
2d Monday after the-4th Monday in Septembrr
next, anl plead or answer to; the Plaintiff's pe
tition, or the same will be heard ex parte.
, ; Witness, Robert Henry, Clerk 'of siid Court
at Office, the 2d, 'Monday after the 4th-. Monday
of March; 1829. J
' ROBERTJIENRY, C. S. C.
, 1 ' ;; j t HutiVnrribe County. 31 ;"
t Superior Court of La vv-- April Term, lw29.
xVndre w PreslyrX 4 . : '
- v. Petition for Divorue.
Eleanor Presly.jy y 1 .
RDERFD by Court, that publication he mid 2
for J months successively in the RakiU
Register, and theYadkin and Catawba Journal,,
that ythe Defendant' be . and appear at the next
Superior Court of Lw to be held for Bunccxnbs
count3 at. the Court house in Asheville, on the
2d Monday after' the 4th Monday in September
next, and plead or answer to the Plaintifl',8 peti
tion: Or the same will be heard ex parte. ,.
yyV itness, Robert, tie hry;. Clerk of said Co rt
at Office,, the 2d Monday after the 4th Monday
of March; 1829. - , ' I, ;
ROBERT HENRY, C. 8; C.
; State of North -Carol i n a, .
j . ' .'y: ? Haywood County. -;- .
' ; Superior Court of Iaw April Term,' 1829.
Y:--Vy.!'. John .Crow; :..") - t
JasJIp a 6ra,nt-
Irappearng to the satisfaction of the qourt, ;
: ' that theDefencLiuts iii this case, to wit. Jas.
Holland, jr"-r: Rhodes and Cynthia, his wife,
Perkins and Sophia, ;. his wifes heirs and de
visees WJamcsJ'lIolltipd', and Hollind, wi.
dow of the said JarriesIIolLmd, are inhabitants
of -another Stateso that the ( ordinary procet , ,f
law cannot be served on them, it' is' ordered that
publication be. made for three moiiths sti'cces
siyelyiif the5 Ileigh'ltegisfer, that the said De
fendants bef and appear-: at Vthe-: nt xt Su perior
Court of.Law to be held for this county, at. she .
Court-house in Waynfcsvillton the second Wed
nesday after the fMift h Monday in. September '
next, then and ther to ple id, answer cr den-ur -
I to the Plaintiff'' petition, or judgment pro con
jo vjh oe eiuereu against mem. - , ' , .
? Witness J f;hh ' B Love Clerk of said Court tt
Office; thsecondt Wednesday after tLi fourth
Monday mil arch, 1 829. y : ' ....
73v2ro - ,;JOHN B. LOVE, C. G. C. .
fT.ATflt.Ya Commission Merchant in riynculh, ' '
i!UA has removed to Norfolk-Virginia, and v. ill '
transact any Business in; that line entrusted t ,
his care, with the' grcatett attcntica :id J!
pence. ..' , - ' ' , - ;"'
Norfplk, ,Ya Lfay 30 1829, " " 73 -t. '