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Our rc the plans of fair, deliditrnloeacc -1 ' - V.r;V--' , - v--.-j f ,N
PU5r;oir n Af.Kfi & SDN,
: .nir jxcn ftnr,; neatly inserted 3
. nollar. and twenty.five cents for
.uccceiUng-publkatlon ; thdse of re
m rth ft the same, proportion.... Coxmt;-
e same, pro pon
tie Etor5 mn
ctfvnirt tor this Tear.
; i is ao "count, ot ,crf nrs in wrii..
i .cci.(ent tferffom accramg; :wffi
'..ro nuke ne careful' ot the manner
c Mrh the p-n ii used, except itu uc
t into er..p: and tlraw dnwQ
fl pm c more ridicule and nrnfor
iJ.sarv. Kathr Fife wnald- iithpf-
' Ve 6 to brsiv; for it is a true at
&r t f the nonsense, we hear ut-
1 " ,
:A h if men, mai ncany ;
ViU men have to cnnteml Mixti in ffffim
. - ..Kntil first and lat to tneir
Tf ttt I'M'""" '7 ... .,.,.-.-
vVtioruin times f high exci'ement, bv
1 onjccountable carelessness of ;expres
11 - In a note to one if hid colleagues, a
Deacon SW; E Vyt bin
Ldal maki rats uud sjngm.ov uni.''
when nroDeriy iransia'en
lliw -.- .
.i '. ik. ui.rtKv fthp nnd ill-
Ltcr of the town affairs had been enlaced
Ut Uy m-klng out rurQif , taxatiorrj
Ll sl-nini; them j but ibuic. how oro;hrr
Ac extents of ihi? erudite; scleciman's
,f Crept rjuickiy from ear to eararaonz
:s HcmttickutnCi a one of. our lefcR1 x
ilre lrlar callt hem, tiflj the towng.
BfBOClfrm --to... .
rfBi'm one of their TaGiers anj
OrWinuo nianlfested itself in t
irr and questions were propoanuni, oi
i hit ow thc manufactured and singed
nisbad heen to the town ; and also hat
rnoant ofpay hid been reqoWd for iheir
Lboar? The result of the affair was, that
the unfortunate man was n jected. on -c
count oltne iosi5iiiuuaiiv.-"riM vv
.rAwrinin t vear or two after. 'v
W -"-. .. .I I l-t.C -
A n.uch wore acciaeni uau iunau
hpr-of the imwit jUcut bo-
dy'in the Union ho vnde tu bis clearly
ilrd: lunclr andvfar:dUtantp!USei
Tip Ii arrival at Wafchinclon. ibat
ial iii i : '
t had jnineddiimself to-om d the m'.t
ijrrecaWe wises m tlic city." v ne iieso
t4tc woman was app.dled. ' Wicked .as
Wiehd heard the 'Represent at ivea in Con
r r ss vi e re. she vou Id n 6 1 J h a v e , bcl i e v e d
tit her bosom' lurdtn coullhavq been
spduced to the'cOJtimisiou of such a, base,
treacherous crime.. She re?d.-. cried, re
reiJ. gro'shed, doubted, ami read apiin
the worst f it was' nvt the actual offence,
bat the khan.eleks, avowal of it wiihuui
note nr comment. It was mentioned as a
cninrann aBair,'or no consequence -to her
iriMrVhe eUe : I have joined myself Jo
one ithe most agreeable inisc" in thi
citj.w 0;i S he was an abominable wretch.
The ftchhioti wore away .ami fr quent
letter 'c'mc in a ligit happy htyle, but'no
dure mention uaiinadf of the mis, hugh
Kiiiiixii-us wife searched (in -'.vain foe: ah
explanation of the horrid .iiiVKtery. . She
isMg'med hrr faithless hua'nd revellins
Li '.! the'deliht uf lau less iovt,'al'd theti.
tie tore her hair-and curbed hitri-rthen
iitevnuld sit pale" arid wretclud by -her
want's cradle, and talk to it by the witch'
ir. Mm)nlihf, of its fatberV -tiifumy and
tteo her brain would wander. Thi-aoT
ttj-for it was aouy becrjise he was a
f m J wif e-prcj cd u on her, h ea 1 1 h j e a I -"Jtjt
like a ' secret puison crept ih rough
her teius and a.sbght lever ic. w;iy- to
coiiErmed hectic- A- hrf, ?lry cough and
declining :re -"th seemed to be the first
iutlicAtbn.4 of wnisUnitioti,". and the poor
o!Cau, ktroghvj; willr her jecrt .grief,
eiaei tu all her frieiid,.t. -b: Kivenr to
th de;-oser "The dicror looked dubi
atnl ailtied. thaf her hub nod h(uld
lMfct lor imu-.cdiflte'.y hc Vonented,
la'ncrTant wf ippctl for the jour
J and wuing.for- the tael-he.drew
wtthc jiickVi oi ber"d,ar-rbuli:iiiVTet:r
to and reVuhed thija;she had oliei
'r U f..i c," uitli-a.kijid of agn'iising, sal
c tit --h e r .i t e r . a fc ul e 1 1 a IJy 1 woke d
It hvr wlwiiitder. atitl -'tdiervrjd----!
Wrn!rr how many vtWrsotiM thet "arc in
thor !!eKcVr?V ' AVhi m.-s.-es r"
the diii eised wiff. .Why that
rBe jo'ir hubbaod lss jii'ned, X should
'.'"Iw i t w o ttl d b i ' e ry I ea - a i i t. " . 'VUe
Jr uman could notvndure "iie.ceau of
i"J lliil burst upiin her -heal t- bhe laugh-
"Jsterically-- fainted- recovered---Cfle
lauhediigain---and JseeniedV'ih (a
y"e condition (iiati everV-the stage came
!liie , senrint entered for'- his lctter8
Jfv Khe seemed to be a 1 1 1 1 Te -composed,
n( ordered him to rerdaiie his trunks' and
f? ?.Us bustne! y all: hands remon
aieut -but he wa resolute still she
.cwut not have prevailed, had Uie not exX
Priced the rais-reading of the- vord rhes-
mo misses, and decla'rvd. that all her
n!J occasioned .by the anxiety
. recovered rapidly; but the member
Qnreu will uot tcoa itrget '.that ooe
care! cssljr: made letter; nearly, caused hit
; select Passages,
-From the writings 'of celebrated Authors, ,
. Bad . men are v never' completely happv;
although pobesscd of every thing this" world
can bestow ; and jbod men are never coiii-
pletely iniHerable, although "deprived of
every thing that vthe.world Can takeaw4j.
"The arts have this special advantag; over
literature 'and politics, .that they are con
versant only with iher ideal,? the pfriecU
the loftiest porti)ns of our. beingi A proud
and ;bold tone of jhiiiking, ah abstraction
from the degrading, the little-; the virulent
from all the pleuiaii 'paVsiuWof existence
-gi?e a sort of .itx tity ti such a .vucjti
imfTalki in-JlomeSXri?; ; 1
I sHa'l ifeer qu'afrei wtth anymaTrwhose
temper is jhe. reverse of. mine;.'4 v'Tis i rt
diculous . for one : to be..vliobliiel - t ano
ther? different way-of thinking, as it. isto
challenge him for having a hose 2 not- of a
sha pe with hsiJUari Ramsay :'X : .
r "-.Tlie hours we pass with 'happy prbpects
In view, a re more, pleasing than tliose crowh
eoVwith' fruition. .In the first case, Ave,
cpk the'dUh to bur own appetite j in ihe
latter, nature cooks It for u,:Goldmith.
-The hackneyed , voluptuary . t like the
jaded epicure ; ,the ; inerft listfesness of
whose apjxrlite becomes at Jength a sumci-:
ent penalty for havingade it the.pfincipal
objec of his engagement and cultivation,'
Sir Walter Scott. . . ' r
It is an old reuiark,' thai there is no ava
fice(o grewtv sind so destitute of shimp, as
thai, of the licentious prodig.il, Godwin.
Nothinzso nuick. stingy and lays '.vasle
the hunan heirt, ;as Ihe ineon.tancy of
those whom it love. Anonymous. (
'rhat'pemal.e virtue which requires to
be tver u'der gu rdi:t.hip, is scarcely
worth the sentinel. Goldsmith. ;
; V'Just .Received ; t
Faber's Itfficultis of Unmanism .
cotl,H Family Bible, in 6 vols. 8yo.
' . Thp History and Mystery of Methodist E-
. r - piseopacy, by Alex. bVCaint.; . .
A Defence of the Truth as set forth in the
History, and. Mysteiy '"of Methodist Kpis-
" ; cop.acj , by the sime person
: ' . JOS. GALES &. SON.
July 18 1829. . " '
WILLIAMS & HAYWOOD will keep pre
pared the above article during lh Summer
Also, Lemon Syrup,, of the first quality. - ;
They have just received a supply of superior
fi-esli Lime Juice. . "S v" -
haleiirlf, Juoe l. ' ' '77 -
Private Boarding School.
fTnK Kxercises in tlie Sobscribc-r's School,'
1 - will close on FHdav the 5th of June, and be
remimed on the second Monday in July. .
Tlate will Re public speaking by his pupils,
on Thursday night 'the 4th of June, In the Ma
sonic Hall. Tlir citizens of the town are re
spectfully inVilSd to attend. " ? ; ' "
J. WITH KltS POOK.
N. D. Terms' of his" School, $65 per ttessiob,
for rtoard and Tuition, paid in advance. - -
lliUhono;rt May J9. Lr5tlA
, State of North-Carolina.: -
Superior CoUrt of Law and : Equity, . ,).
. Wake Coiioty. , . : ; j.' ,
' :A, Spring Term, A. 1). 1829. - ' . ': -.The
Creditors of AVilham llufriii,' Caroline M.
Vlbjffiii, Mrs; Catharine Uuflin, who is feme
cvert"and ; wife of Archibald It. Kuffin, who
ues in this leiialf ,by G. K. JJader, Esv.'Uo'
bcrt K. UufBn. t : - . l - - ' ; h,
i ; v-', : vs. . -
Thomas Iliiffin, Thonius Uitchic, Henry M. Alii
Ir, Administrator vith tle Will -annexed of
; William Kuffiin deceased.. John M. Kuftin in
fint Kfn of Thomas It. Itufiin, Frederick Ruf
fin and.Archib.dd U. ltuffln.1 ". - v - 5 ,
OX-MOTION,' it is ordered by the Court that
. lnj irnm A. Itarhain,; Ksqr-be appoiiited
Commisxionc r;to settle the administration ac
count of the administ rator of William Ru (Bo," de
ceased, ami that he-give notict-.of the. time and
place of faking such account to'tlie pnrtit-s inte
rested by public advertisement in one. of the
newspapers published in ..the city of Ilidcih,
ndtlit he make Report loathe next term of tliis
Court. 4 v t -T"--S -:v ' '
' Tlie parties in the JihoVe named suit, aebere
by notified thai I khall proceed at my office in
ihe City of Kal. i?;li, on the 22th day of Sejitem
hevnekt,". to audit and'settle 1I15 accounts of the
Administrator 'of the lateWilli-nn Uuffin, ' heh
and where they".,re invited to attend.- ' ';
-r . ' nKNVA. RAUHAM, Comrn'
RaMtrhZ Jufy U. .1829V --a r r 89
;',"7'v ') Sfate;"ofifNoVthCarolhia
' 7 ' ' ': GranvlJIeCoitiiKv-v -:
Court of !Ivas and Quarter Sessions,
- Mav Term.:A. D7 1829. W i - :
Itnucl Frnizer. Adm'r. of Wilhaui'llester. dec. L
!" "liobert. IleWr (of Wn ) v
Oritioal ntt.icbmenii Levieir in the- Hands.. oi
Titos. II. 1 .rttlejohri, Esqv ana lie is summoned
. as Garnishee. M.- . f . - . . -v
IT itppearinp to. the ibatisfiCtion of the "Court,
that the defendant, Robert Hester; is "not
an Inhabitant bf this State ; it is : ordered ;that
publication be made in tlieRaleigh igister for
c.r,'vt,t. ihe Courtliouse m uxioru,
onrthe first Monday in CA n gust next then and
there replevy 'and plead to issue, . or jodgment
final will be Tendered tip against him,- and the
property levied on; condemned .subject to the
nlaintifT's recoVefy. Witness, Stephen K. Sneed,
Clerk of skl Court at office in Oxford, the first
Monday hi Mayi Ai D1829. V f' V;1
75 6w pd: ' V STEP. u. bW utuu vik. ;
: - BLANKS - - l- '
. ''"Of all kinds,k'for salet.this OSiccv .
HO ANOTCTC TVftTTTTTTTON' I
Jf PnV:Mi tzit). rA 4..tYn . P.hy,'-Ssnzm s Ciyilv Engineerincr, Woodbridjre
?Cl andwiHara's GeoaphvOtredhion)
rjlHE Course of Education at-thirlnstinittqn, FJement of; HisforyHalesilisfory of the U.
-.yill embrace the following Departniehts i states Murray's Grammar and Exerhsefl-ilr,s
1 h Cia8tcal.ThU Department wiir j include Rbetork Ilede's IgTivpHley's 1 Moral Pliilo
the . Greek, : Latin. French and SDanilsb Lan-' srpby. f'Onsf Jtiitian of the tTn ted States and
,11. ' TKtL'Jltdthematicdl will embrace , Arithme
and the Natural Sciences, as Botany. Mineralo
gy andNatural History. iZ ':; ;'c
y. Particnlar attentiortjiyillihe "paid.af lii Insti
tution to Practical Ecliication Classes i r Mat b e
matjes will be practically taught dhe application
of Trigonometry to Heights and Distances Tri
angular Surveying ; LevellingandEnglneerioff t
Graduation of Roads and Streets, the usi .otthe
Barometer,, when'applied Jo taking thp 'altitude
of mountains and other .eminences. ".Tfiey will
frequently, be taken' out to: practice With" tfie
Compass and Chain, Theodolite and if veiling
Rtxlsand accompanied- fiy thefr-instructors,
will' occasionally take 'excursions for, the nirpose
of makin? observations in Botany aiid-Mineral-
Jll. En.elisti ThlbepakmenV will includ e
English Grammar, Penmanship, ; Book-keeping,
Public! Reading and Declamation, Ancient ;and
Modem Geography with the use ofthe'Maps and
Globes," Ancient and Modem Uistoryi Rhetoric,
Comnositioh Critic! an. Loic and Moral Hhil'-
sophyj Construction of Maps with the principles
01 rrojrciion. . -:.' : . - , '
The rudiments of Education, as Heading, Spel
liner, Penmanship, &c will be" thoroughl1 taught,
ana tner Junior Classes, will in. this resp
ceire particular attention."
Fhyricid Education.--For ' the improvement . of
the health and the'deyejopement of the.ahysical
as well as mental' energies of the Cadets, 1 hey
will be required to practice daily and regularly,
Military Exercises. ... These havinffforj heir main
rvjectthe preservation of? health, will be pur
sued su far only as may. be requisite for hisju r
pose tj in no instance' will they be; permitted to
interfere 'witUother pursuits but will occupy
those hoots in the day, that', would ,nthei wise be
devoted to useles.H and frivolous amuse nent. 1
Tlr.y will consist of the Elementary sc iooIs "of
lve Soldier, Companv and Battalion Five lutions,
l.ipht Infantry and Rifle llrdlsfqrrhati(h of re
gular Military 'Prade Guard-' Duty tne duty
of officers of the Guard and of the D'-the
Broad'Siy ord Exercise.1; v 1 : " ' " ' '"j ""'V
- Uniform Drfj?. T he dress worn at tji'e Ipsti
tution will consist of a dark blue cloth Coatee,
singl breasted and standing coll r. B'ne cloth
Aest and Pantaloons fori winter, ; and 'white"' do
mestic cqtton for summer, h-atlrer Caps jwbh ap
propriate trimmings, blabk.silk' orleatherjStocks.
An uiidress.wll be wor'n'iif aurnin-.r," consisting
a cotton striped Roundabout, single, breasted
and standi g. collar. . ' -.: v . . f , 1
"As ihe Coat, cannot .be made. elsewheTe, than
nt the Institution, "a more particular description
of vt is omitted Each member bthe Ioititution
will want the following articles, viz : one single
mnttreis either of hair or straw-; pillow, jt wo pil
low Cases, four sheets two yards in length' and
one iri breadth, one pair of blankets, two! towels,
four shirts, four pair of whie cotton pantaloons,
four white vests for summer and one ble cloth
for wmtersingle breasted, six pair of cotiton ad
four pair of woollen socks, draws and waistcoats
if worn, two pair of thin and one pair ff 'thick
stinesj at least two pocket handkerchiefs, too; h
brus'i, ' penknife, ; quslls wafers, etc. v .Parents
can furnish ,their sons; with. -such articles f clotlw
ing of the.ahore description as they, may have,'
if thry prefer fts or they' may.be supplielJ at the
tnstirutibn bn the most resonnble. term. The,
shove quantity of. clothing is deemed -sufficient
to answer a cadet one year-should lie id tve the
Institution at the expiration of 'that time, such
article as the cap; bed and bedding; if jfurnish
ei at the Institution and well taken carejof, will
be received back at a T.ur price. 'Each cadet
must have his name marked in full; on every ar
ticle of bis clothing, i ? .
Qanlijtcntion, Admission, j&fc-No - candidate
will lie admitted Into this Institution, who is tin
der ten years of age, who cannot read ar d spell,
and, who U not of a good moral charate : Tt is
deemed advisable to admit-none for less term
than one year, as the expense for a less period
woiild be propoitionably greater, and tin: advan
tage 8 to be derived proportionubly less, v ; ?
Ex-peitseri -The cadet will be divk ed into
two Departments Tlwise under foiirteer years'
of age; will constitute the Junior, and thqse over,
the Ser.-or. The whole expense per aeademic
year,jwill pe for the Junior ,$160, and jfor ;tb
Senior ?175, payable $100 on adnmsibnand ihe
remainder at the expiration of six Imr nths.
This expense will include every charge for
Board, Tuition, Fuel, Lights Washing, Public
Lectures. uscl of - rnw and -Accoujrements,
Roorn Rent, and in short erery expenseexcept
CJothi ng . and Book's.; ' Theveademlc y ar will
consist of 46 weeksVand wilt be divided into two
sessions.'- i"--"'-' . - : w--i v '..i-v
. JSanriL The cadets ; will -board m, the -same
fam'ilv with th'-r instructors, some one Or more f
of , whom will at all times be.in ; company with
them; paternally to .direct -them .both io jiheir
studies and amusements ; an(to assist iii brming
a courteous; mof d and gentlemanly leportmeuU
Instructors and instructed we' shall mingle to
gether as members of tlie' same family, apd'piir
Mie towards each other,' that familiar and respect
ful course, calculated to inspire, the 'pujiil with
a manly confidence and zeal, and the instructor
with emotions of pleasure.! .::?.i;iV:rni---!---
, Kffl.numi)Br. There wilt be two nu6 he I.X-1
aminttions in each year. "The first to commence
on the Monday nearest IhellOih of December,
and.: the second on tne nrs Mono ay in junciu
continue each, one weektThere will I be.pn-
vate-eNam; nations oftheClassea every. Saturday,
oh the studies of the precetlingwVeVrj;;,:;;.
'. rticn!ions.:Therc wiflbe two, vacations, the
first immediatelv fter thts Dece'fber "examrna:
t on, and wm continue tin iiieeconu Mnuj t
Witeent in cases of urgent necessity
! , C A 1 AliUU U K UF, IJUU rvO
" Latin. Adams Latin Grammar, (Gou
tain,y Histona; Sacrs, Vivii Rom, Catsail's Com
mentaries, Sallust, Virgil, Cicero,Sele,ct Ora
tionsi- De Oratdre De : Amicitia,' De Senectute,
Livy; -Tacitusfive' fireC books of eacb,- Ains
worth's Dictionary-t: :;Xc - C " '
- Gredb --Goodricb's jDreek Grammar,! Jacob's
Greek Reader, 'NeHsons Exercises; Valpy's De
lectus Grace MajorafXenopfaon's Anabasis; 1107
merfl Iliads six first books. , '
JUathematic8r&c.-Tyler's Arithmetic,", Hut
ton'.sMatbeosticr, nawditdx's Navigation, Simp-
tic, ArprebrRj'LojrithrhSi.Gebmetry Trpgo
etry,-: Mensuration SurveyiruT,) Conic Sections
Natural Philosophy' Astronomv and Navigation?
January line next, at the" close, of the Jjine.ex,
aminaUoiQ "nnd wilh cduiinue twor weeks. No
leave of ' absence. u U be granted in terra time.
onTs:ConicSectibns,;Enfield Natural Philosdk
O.. - TK..
. .Those intending to join the Institution ar ad-
lisea 10 u ring-any. ut me aoovmepTiont-o: oook
.L..;--: .1.1... r.''. VL ' .. '
iney rnnyiuaye in 11err possession-,-raiiyvfuatiYemsu
t ical tnstrumVnts or Works, 'also ny7 Historfcal
:Supf?ies. -Arrangements, will be made at the
Institution to sit pply . the cadets with the' neces
jryBooks, Stationary and Clothing fEit ' 'pre
ferred, at- cost, prnvided payfneni is made.dowm
if not, and ft credit of four months is give tin
advance f ten per cent, win be charged or. the
original cosf,-which will, be "Cthe longest indul
gence. , E very, cade t Wdl be required - to have a
pass book,-iri, which will be registered every ar
ticle of clothing, book, -&c. Jhat may be neces
sary foe his comfort or improvement, Jie .ob
ject being more to accommodate the cadets than
to make a pronrout ofUiem.- ?
THE RONOKEVINST-fJlON located
at Littleton, Wrrere6unfy, ; State of North Ca
robna, in a drligbiful ' and healthy part of, the
cou ntry ; i t is si lu at ed b e tween WarYenton and
Hah tax. sixteen milesfrom the former and twenty-one
frnm't be.latte.rv surrounded by a beautiful
country and in ' the. neighborhool of a refihed
and polished sQcieiv. Isol tteil ai tbis.lnstitut!
tipnjs. no opportunity; will beiafforded :tov the
ptl pils to contract.habits of .rice and dissipation;
the temptations held .out by our towns ami vtli
lages will here be removed and their contamina
ting influence avoided. ;i Every attention will be,
jMtid to t he health, manners morals and improve
ments of ihe cadets; and it is believed, that un
der the, discipline tharwill. be. pursued in. the
Institution, aided by tins superior natural advan
tages of Jts situation,' youths may be drained up
toTi tbJts""of,temnerance, perseverance,- mdustrv
and morality without, the dangeiC ofAcorruption
The objtct of ,th;s Institution will be to iirive. a
youth' a good - practical .scientific education; to
prepare . him fr the correct and efivcient .dts
charge of ; the duties of any situation in life, in
which fortune or inclination may plice him.;' to
rear up a sound mind in a soiiivl body ; tq qual
ify him to enter the' world with a head t a con-.
ceiye'ahd an armjto execute, to teach him bahits
of pcrseverehceTndusrynd economy and to
cherish those manly-. no.Me and independent sen
timeifts which shoull form the character of a
good citizen.- Youths may liefe be prepared for
atiiiuaiufi iiiiw iy'y oi nir ioiiegrs or universi-i
ties, either one. or two years in advance ; for ad
mlssibnJ1o the Military Academy at West Point
or the Navy 5 or they will be carefully instructed
in the various branches necessary to al finishd
education. '" The - Institution v-winhe ufder the
general direction of Capt.' PartjiSge aitd under.
uie imm aiaie.sunerinrenaince ami comroui- 01
Mr -' D., II: Bingham, who wi II be assisted by the
requisite number of well qu alified intrctprsi to
whom applications for admission into theinstiiu-
tipr. or for further information can be made '
QCj Parents will please-to 8"-gnify to. what
wraiiunen tu- y wi-ii iiieir sops n aiieoa,'Upop en
tering them w Thev institution is now in opera
testimonial by his friends In Mandand
: Mr. D. H; ,Birigham being about to rf move Tto
nurin-v,Hnn.na lor ine purpose oi engaging in a
CL1ssie.1l and Mditary. IHstitution;- to be under the
general direction of Capt. Partridge, the under
sigueu jae pieaurei.n oiTeringsinm a lestiraoni
al, to which his character and gentlemanly, de
portment hilly entitle hlml Mr. Bingham; has
resided somey ears in this cityV and hasibeen:ertt
gaged , in a Seminary similar in jts character to
that contempl ite,d in Nortlj-Carolinar We have
thus liad an opportunity, to judge of bisquaj'fi
catipnsr btit on tlntfjoiht we deem it unnecessa-
rv for us to offer liny recommendation in aid of
tne circumsiance, mat ne nas neen.,setectei tor
the station , by so distinguished af protessjr as
Capt,. Partridge from amongst his. very nume
rous au I Well informed pupils. 'We may observe
however that he has vlistihgiilshed jiilnself here
by'. a; degreeor dihirence, : perseverance and reg
ul inty, etdculated to insure him, anv where that
success which we hopejtt'ili; reward bis present
Hon. Jiio. JSefsanihj . - V'rirt'
Xloh: ; Henry li. WarpeM,'
Gen. TAdsT C. HHhinglbiit
UvJiy Bradley Tler ;
-k ; Js. JII.- Palffier, EsgS
Sinart Gaither. Esq.
lidleigh and 'eivhemfStaeE
II rVpROKRIIpttttie above Li
I i ng ' lai el.y ocretl ?n 1 r w. a n d, Commmli ou.hi
Stages, and added several first rat erHprey with
stea-ly. and HCCOTnOtlat mg Drirers and hiving
afso obtained the be.st stands forjlje;'-cbjnf0r aitd
conve'uienceof Passt-iigers, hopes to hei enabled
to give entire !i"Ufaction to those -who mSy fa
vor tim with -their -patronage.-; v :
1 The ra es of S tage, Frek,are as" iisitVd viz ;
from Raleigh to Newbero and from Newb; rn to
Ra leigh, se ven dollars, and,for any less distance
six cent5 per m'de. :. PassengeR traye Ring t hrb.
wilt please payjheir stage fare at my hoiiW, four
miles from Raleigh 4 Way Passengers (who may
not, pass my.hodse,) willsettle with the Drivers
in ad vaiice. X A pp licationa for seats may be inad e
to Mrs. Ann Dilhard, sign of thejCross Keys,ip
lialeighland at Mr. Joseph Belrs, or to my Stage
DriVer.ln NewbenCr This Line ; of Stages leave,
Raleigli every Tuesday at 10 Al M. and Fridays
at 2 P, M., and arrives iii-Ne wbern On.Thursdays
and Sundays,at2 P, Mi Leaves Newbern every
Wednesday and Saturday at 8 K. M. and arrives
in Raleigh ,t he follow i n j Fri days3 and . M ondays
at 10 in tfie morningf . UelieyinJ: the present to
b e"p re ferab le to any. previous arrange m eht, anjl
that it will, better than any ether that ' can - be
adoptedi,eontribute to the cc.Aenience 01 trav
ellers," the Proprietor. will use his endeavors to
give it permahehcj', by'pressrvin the Line tn
its present improved condition. ' .
; i MERRITT BILLIARD, : Proprietor.
. June 2rth, 1829. r -. : - w rV --90. tf.
tion, and students will bi ."admitted at afiy linvr
Mr. B. has been 'favored with the 'followiutr
Co')itmts ofKo:jX!lT Just recdi
Art. J.:. Memoirs of a Financier'
w 3 ? History of fn'rellectual PlnToscphy
... . Thi' Crei-k Revolution f I
r .1 -- 6JAbbot;Lett.'r
'iii-V: Amyricaii Poems'; i'-i
" . 8. 'Popular Ku'ca,fion' i ' . . ' : V
i. Boston Exhibition of Plzi nr r 3
ft ';:';'-VlQ. Constitutional Histoi -.' ,
1 Quar'erlyiUt -ot fieiiu1dicationsV :. -J i'A
J J "w vat SVI I
.frCJf, WALKS & SON-RAiTTcn.
MRS: S AH A 1 1 G LEIst b ENNIN G,lat e of Gra n
rydlexountymly jefcidnt in Raleigh,
has lately died intestate. Man v of her next of kl n
reside at ajdistaHce ,trom tb3s hUce. and f d
bereby -.notify ail persons1: concerned, that at the
expiranon or two years tfonr the 1st May, 1S29,
NORTH AMERICAN REVIEV
as prescnoeu oy.iaw, nam oe rearty and wil
ling to; settle Uie ji'd ijvsjate.r The A J minist rs-'
.tibtt of s-tfd Estate having been committed tom-j
bv the County 3ourt bl Granville County in Mar
t829.- :vv-;,;--. '?'.ut.v' -iV-1 v , ; ;..
I will fttte,nl to all communications '(post ' paidS : "
which may bfc addressed Nme at ltaV?ig.h, N. C.
' SeS V Aft'tCVAt A KTTV- ram. v
v -,Wakf countyv?lst,May, 1829 74,6m
ffIIE Summer SesslOnf of; this. Institution will'
Jl , commence on tlie 9th day of July. , Ternia
as neretorore.''-s.- 'A y.-
. - 4th Class,
?10 00,1' -J '
2d & 3d do,r , 1J
- ..1st - do!.' ; '. -15
MusiC, - Afty.
tuice Needleworks -Muslin
iirawuig.c. raiimng,' xJt W,J .)-. . r.. c
vBoard from $bte J0 per month. ,r ' .
: ''-,.-W'iM.' GREEN, Superindt.
aune 18p::'H:t,: f.r 86 Sw "
jHas fate jy received a
onsjde' able accession to
IIS JtOCK Ot laOOflS IIO
"q vy pffersi fori sab-, pa
' t. a so na b I e : : terms, v the
'ollowirijEr Articlrs i Gold
and .Silver Patent Lever"
Watches f English and
French ditto : Repeatinf-
& Alarm omoi.njeUoJt yvatpii ct)ains;Sc-&is .nd
Vax aiid l;icy BeaW; Gildy Silver, Pearl and.
Sh 11 Sleeve JSuUorisj bne cut Smening Bottles
OttoCof Rqses ;c)Iugiie Water $ Pen and Pocket
Kntyes ;vPocket Cobs ftritih
dlesyaliarpand bfty-e Chains,
Seals Keysf Jttuckies' CU?Tpi' K-y Rings' irnd
Buttons; i Percussiohf "Pist!, Percussion-Caps 5
Dirks i $ words ; Belts and Bpauletts t' Walkinrr
.. ...... ...1 j -..'. J.
win h out Swoids i Cliain
Dog; Collur - K.tzors
Pocket Books! f Guaijd Chains Musieal Boxes s
P tate'd Castors from 5l
rSO to $35 & Plated Can,'
dles'icks fj om St .25
to $20 jPJated Snufl'era
and Trays ;'; Plated and Britannia 1ea and Table
Spoons and Soup Ldles f BYifcji.wlia' Tea Pots i
Dice ; Chessmen jiDrattsmeh;' Pearl; Metal and
Ivory Counters iUydi-y j
Spectacles khd. Gcgiles ; ilveri Thimbles ; a ge 'x
neral assortm?nt of Silver " Plate, -Ctiisisting of
Sotip Ladles i7h Desert and Tea Spoons 4
Salt and Musikrd Spoons ajid Sugar Tongs rwith
a varietyofwthef Articles iri his line, ' ..'r-
WvVrCtlES & CJ LpCKS carefu tly - repaired,
ai.4 warranted tOjcejelp; timeAH kinds of Jew
ellery repaired, 'at t lie shbrtest 'ntitice; ';'; . f".y-. . ''"
V? JCIS'ttu r ns... l$s thanks tb his friends for-''
the patronage hr lias received, a nd hope to '
continue to receive a jportlon of their favors and
thatof the, publiV be his ,
study to. rtierit5 by - Continued. observance of
flicattie'of1iis''prbis. -::-'t'; V - lr
iMMtijjutfidd&:m 3t - j
; V : S ttite a P To rt 1 1 - Carol i n a,
Superior Court of Law April Term
&:tr:&jVrJti --cA C Petition to va-
'E.-l poearmg i nc naw.iiai-iiuii (uihuc v-uurr .
:$L ixtifix the! UefeVdaints in this case, to wit. Jas.
ii Perki fts ami Sophia, his Wife, heirs and de,
VKsees of V'Ja.me? Hbliand ; and t f olland,' . wi
dbwof:''tiu'iaid James rllollrtfC are inhabitant!
of another State, so that the 'ordinary process of
law. cannot be served Oh th ?m; i t is ordered that
pubbciitioh.be; majle Vir"(tfree months succes
sively in the RaUlgh Register, that the said De- .
fendants beVaod Jappear at Uhe n'ixt t Superior . .
Court of Law to be held for .this county, at the
Court-house ih Waytiesville on tlie second HVed- -
hesday; after the fuurtli ' Monday in September
next, then and there toppled, answer. or demur
to thejiintiff", petrtim, or judgment pro con
feisir will fe entered against theml J : : .
fVritne.ss JM111" u Love, Clerk. jr said Court at
Office, th'evsecb)d Wt dnesday "after: th fourth
rbvMarch, ievi-: - v
JOHN B. LOVE, C. C. C.
Ji a 1 idol$k County k ,
Court bf Pleas ant.Quarter Sessions,
-ll.Vxr-i: :-..vTerm. 1829 r- -''- -
Afice UitldicI:, li
WlX idoW'.&JllS: : . Vi , . . ,vv.-. ,
Wite Sirah. il
JLt that" the. Defendants1 - are -not inhabitants y
thlStale ; 'Jt ii'thercfore ordered that publica.
tion, be made for, sir weeks in the l":le- h le.
gister tfiat tney appear avine.nej.1. vouri ci rieaa .
and Cluarter Sessions-to be (ield for th : ccuntf,.
of Randolph; at the Cotirt-u -lira 1 1 jrougLs, ,
oh the firstJ Monday of A ;;us? i.cStrthen and--
tber'e to plead answer cr demuf to the petiticr,
otherwise jt will be taken pro coniclio tr.d z..
judged accordingly. . . j '
v itnesa, Jesse tiarper V-4ei to uur emu co-jri
at office, the first Monday of May, A D.1C2P. ;
-a ' A Cobr. ' , JESSE 11AZII
iicesav. a -
r.ar-ruigs, v v ngerrnogs ana: lireastpms,
gerterai ass. ;rtpient hne Gold: Cable Nt-cb
iinsi .-Coral, ; Ambetir Co'rneTran, -Sft'el, Hilt.