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2atth :as Jdol ant ;t? c n P,
IVeceHeti a nea
'l appr in ou r Regis e r: oMonda
sobnef that ltjnight v(enbiiiti:
jd4 read by thBitgWg
lection- INot tnat-
falsehood7 6 f
- llie Supreme Court rose' on Tuesday F
jjjti 7 Previous:
red dn;Jutlge Henperso
TSift fbllowlnlr is : a st' ofeCause :de-
cicied at this JT:
; Executors f'pf ChristianiLr.Benzein,tC Jesses
Bobinett & others, from Wilkes.' ; Leave to, re-;
hear the iateriocutory order refused in the Court
below and petition to rehear,J dismissed with
Kobert HWynnf & Wife v Peyto n R. Tn
stall, from Halifax. Sale of land and resale or-;
tiered ... Decrefe against the defendant Alston, ;
for rents find profits.' " i J
: Luke Rentley Stothers" Benjamin Forbes &j
ethers, from Pitt; ' Decree for the amount of the
recovery upoa he petition In Pittagainst all
the defendant'aeach" arty.tb pay;;it8 owncosts
in this Court anH thef Court bow; ; ,r t ; r
M.rv Jv Hester JBc otkere t.; James Hester and
ganiuel Young, Ex'ors, IroiiK Gpnville. Decree; I
for Complainants. , : , . 'T '.r' A
. Susanna ufolin others . .Kezanna I'jcicett 5c
ftere; fr Butherfbrd; 1 Decree upon -report
'i-sale ctrddorder .of. reference to Da
vid Swain to f lakfr theaccounts of Hiram
Vbitted. . , lri -
! Joseph J, Alston, Executor John ttuckaby
& others, from Franklin. The.property purcha
sed by Huckaby ' at the execution sale against
Benj. HUls Ex'ors to he considered the proper-'
ty of said Hill as i hough no sale had Jeeh made.
Hnckaby.to be allowed his bids vJ f j.; ;
James Henderson & others v.-Robert Wilson
& others, Executors, from Mecklenburg. The
heirs at la are entitled to the money for which
the land was soldV as the appropriation made of.
ir, by the testator cannot take ;efTect. ': ' ". ; ;'
David Smith' v. Margaret .Houston, by her
Cnardian, from Mecklenburg.' ; Report conHrraed
and decree accordingly. ' '-X. y: S.;'v-
Davil. White & A. J. Colviri c. Executors of
A. J. White, from New-Hanoyer. : Upon hear
ing the petition, the interlocutory decree , is re
versed, and the original bill dismissed at the costs,
uf the Complainants. :r : f-y-yi)' U-
" Benjamm VKimbali v. Thom,s ;Bustn, from
Halifax. Decree for Compiainanti't-rt-'5'-;,r'V;t
IJatnes M'Cabe and - wife & others v. Charles
Spruill, Executor, from Tyrrell.- Final decree
for Complainants. - , j , ; f . ."" " - ;
Lewis Ellis, v William Ellis', from Edgecomb.
Petition to rehear allowed and former decree re
versed. y:-, ' -Au if r:. "f--;,;
Sarah Spehcer . Jas. Greenlee, from JBurke.
Petitiott to-rehear allowed, and former. decree
reversed and bill dismissed with costs.'. ' ; : "
lli 1 nry Coolte .v-Mildfed''Streter.;jBtther8,
from Wake. ' liill dismissed with costs .,:-
Jesse Kirbr,& Thomas! dakufWiliiam Bird"
& otlieif., from Rowan, Final decree for Com
plainants. :' y '.VMvi';"-
' Andrew Allison t.ipberi Worke & others,
from lredel!. Referred to Clerk to take account.
W m. Kedmond v. At el S h 4 rpe, from" Iredell.
Ordered, that the issues be submitted to a Jury
m Iredell. ' ; :' .:. jv c;-AV--V: "::
Dempsey Eure t). TJenj. Sharpe 8c others, from
Edgecijmb. i Bill dismissed with cct8.vrKifviV;
James G. Stanly v. Lewis Stocks, alias Lwis
Velt &. others, from Craven. Decree ?below ye-T
versed.; Decree ,mr .Cbmpl't jfor sameamoun,,
only vavyiwg the " proporticMistP by? De-
tendaiits-; pr rather charWeable ori tbeT lands re
spectively, purchased by them;. ;' ; 'JZH
Fmon R. Turistall otherk ; David? Clarke
othrs,-from Halifax. " fDecrpeiof tile Court be
reversed Cause remandedi - - '
James II . Smith. Ad m'r. r. lUuh; Tf. Helms &
o berf, from Jnhnstpn. lliil tdvsmissed with costs.
n James Kfeves Vi' Adams ASd Blackwood, from
'ge, -Decree fbr Comp'tW v;..
Wm. Rufor,i he Adm'r. of Willis Pilker
tnn, & Kiland Hoberts, from Stokes'.'l Kemande'd
to the Cnurt-belowv-'A'f: yM'm-- u-l'&:
fn A. Av Vitr, ;Aclmr- li'e&ViYderJfrom'
nslnw. Decree of the Court below reversed,
ai'd-Cisuse temandtd.il -Aivr
J 3m Kerbv & SterGrice,;JoenNewsom
Jesse Aycock's heirs, from' Johnston. " Ftnul
55e for Cem,fts.r:tl:if:';
r2c5n ,,eace John Smith & Nelson NaH-"
from Granville. ': Bill dismissed-each- party
IJyig its own costs.' . . .;;;. :
. Uarrison Terrt 11 & others vl Jci. Horri & Wife,
Wake. .BillKlismissed yithlcost. , "
oiina, from Beaufort. IVcree for Comp'ts. s
, r -.x.uiuins. ;;.nuf iiteTnsseci wnn est8i-w;j
j1 . Field ? ScVV ie ;i ;Wjmi &;Th, B.r
tbe U . rrs Cf a,lren.Hf Deeree that
fr-vr- 1 - i'unn v- J ohn Holloway & others;
& i v-No,,et W Johnston Adm
i vCrstrom BertieJ:. Partial r1 ri
citizen misht nave
Stokes.; udgiherir pf f the Couit belov alHrihl
;Mary,Wat1i& John toGreerilee from Rurkk
judgment reversed, aha judspneht for DefMtv
wch, ucui. yi jj rancis. i-,ranam cc JJlI)a;n
cjW Catharihereemon esse" Hi Mooring,
from pUtir.- Judgmentreversed' and riew trial
granted. 'imtftrr V-Ac'V:-
State Banket Ambrose; Knox & ra; Martin" j
irom rasq;roTniKctagmen athrnned, andiudff
ment ToivDedta'C m;:p fe'
r iYm.; n Smjth & others 'v. John M. 5reehiee,
from Rutherford. J Judgment reversed; and new
16? Teyersedg aTHaijudi?ment)fb
Handolphru dgnier t j of c th $ Cou rt bWbW;re'
' versed v a e-jtrial;gratired
ander EaCr i t: Sande froni',bnstQ
al granted. ,r r- j
5eij, jiux-ri v. ec.ui .underwood;
froip-WakeJudgment of "the Court Beloafi
EHza6eth tJbtbyYoun fohes &; J
fiomr Wake., Judgm ent uf the Court below iif-
Ch. rles Byrd v. tVilliam Henton, ??. frorr
tenbif; ' Judgment 7 reverseid," f and r new " trial
-y'J ordan Densov? v. Joel Sledgej from Warren.
Judgment reveled, and new trial granted; --3
Val&Erwin Adm'rs. .yl John Cooke, from
Iredell' Jwdgrnent ol the Court below affi med,
Justjn I;t Edwards "v tej)!ierf Powell. fj-6m
jMartih judgment of the Cf.utt below affimedi
JP amel -.'YSlisbn, ! jun. f Ad mr?fv. Dam e lj & lV il
lianv Herrings Appts; iirom Duplin Judgment
of the Court below ret ersed and f udement ar-
rfested. V '.rt sXZlZ z ' f'.v - ,
Fr IV Leake, App';v. Angus Gilchrist, Jfrom
Richmond. Judirment reversed
-nonsuit set a-
side and new trial granted. V ; '
Duncan McKae.v. James McOneilJV' from An-J
f son.- Judgment of the,Court below affirmed:;-4 ;
Muauiarine vyatjs, oy james watts, v. John M.
a venire de novo uward ed . : vi : 'i'U'' Wa;
5 The, Governor to the Juse orthe State Bank
Allen Twitty 8c others, from ? Hutherford.----
Judgment of dismissal; reversed and. cause re
manded. ' - 1 KA's-- i ;.; t
Anne jS tailings & others v. the Adm'rs. of Za-
dnck Stallings & otherSi frorft Johnston. Judge
ment or tne uourt below athrmed. . ' ' . - '
Joseph T.'Farribault v, Horace Ely 8t others.
from Iredell. Judgment of the Court below af
firmed. 'yy. 4 'U-y'' C-ik;'r-:y4'i 1
Ambrose F.JCollier& Wife v. Hasten Poe,
from Chatham.!" Oath pf insolvency administer
ed, and Defendant discharged. i v.u 5 ' r'ii.
; itieo, Melius 5 G. VijGioyslein; vi Gordon Caw.
thorn,-'App'iUfrom Warren t Judgment reyers
ed; and' new trial, granted. : !; P-: y
r.Den. on dem. of Jos. Uhem v. John Jackson,
from Craven. J udgment reversed, and new tri
al granted. -"f. I . V v r,; ; J I '
v Burton fW. Dowd v. - Flora' Wads worth, from
Moore. Judgment reversed, and new trial-grant
. Den. on dent, of
Rhodes v. Jobn Brown,
from Rpbeson.1 judgment of .Court below af
0rmed... " -Jj-'--. ; ;-. ij: fV--' '
- Phdip Bnttam v. James Allen, Appt.' from
Buncombe I Judgment reversed, and hew trial
STATE CASES. vtM
State v. Wm. R. Poole from AVake. Judg
ment of .the Court below reversed,' and judg
ment for Defendant, J.y.-vf; ri - h
. State. r. Moses "Justice, . from Iredell. - Judg
ment ot Court below affirmed. - .
. ; State v. 'Philip Raiford, from Wayne. ' Judg.
roent of the Court below affirmed. ' b .
v . State v. lEphraiml Boswell & others, from
Wayne, y J udgment of the Court below affirmed.
State v. Arthur, slave - of Elijah Shepherd:
from Onslow. Judgment affirmed and Judgment
for the.Statel&i1 ,- ,r;l-' ;lVf :'. . v,,M 1
y State v. Neill SWaw, from Cumberandr; Judg
ment of the Court belqw: affirmed. r , ' ,
rs- State v.' ; Thomas Norman, from Guilford.
JudgmentreversefL 1 Ordered that the Court
proceed to judgment! of death against the de-
.State v. ITarvey. Sawyer, from Cui?rituck.
-Judgment atnrmed. j ;
The CrVeHThe late Statement rela4
tive to the hostile attitude of the Creek
Indians; turns out tb be, to say the least,
considerabIy exaggerated. 1 It is . now said,
that no attack on the vhites ts anticipate
ed Tt is true, the Jndians have held 5 a
secret council; for the purpose, it is.be
lieved, t)f reirionstratins with the General
Government and entering a protest against
being forcibly remoyed j; but it is not pro-i
oaoie, inai .any ainance or.concert wtii
be formed , by thetn with othef- Indian
tribes; fori the purpose; of waging hbstili-
:timym$ymyfy -- -ym
Mrs. 7?tyaT The motion submitted.
by the Counsel, of Mrs. Roy all, in arrest
of judgment; has been overruled and the;
Court have passed sentence on helv; ; She;
i s fin e d gll) and to pay; the coats of pro. I
secuuon, a ino u n ti ng xo aoou r jgDU inore.
Sh e i s al s o t o ; gi ye .bail , w ith two 'securi
ties, for S200 each; for her good behavior
forT twelve months, and stand committed;
toy ;pris(ni u ntil the 'order of the Courts is
cbmblied withfXi, Assbori as-she "could :ret
-y -,h-- ' ' . : xi - i -1
a copy of the sen te n ce, ' she ma rch ed ofi
to s e e it b e: Pr e s 1 1 1 n 1 1 d e c 1 ari n g t hat i t w as
a politiclilrpsecutjpn altogether, and that
he vvbuld see justice done hcr ' ,
nowan, juugment ot the;,Court below affirm
irMary $ahdrJ Admxrf John Sanders vliavid
b oi ibe s ubje Cb f ban king seems to ppre
bend that Go Id w ill be- m ad e so, pi enti ful
by (he mines of Nortb-Carohna, that that
preciou s metal will no longer ansvve'rV for
?feAMeu16nal whjcKi priginateiu m Au-
to theConynltibnibf th
.dep ; in Ocipber'nextiv praying tKat Jroy i
York, to be Cohsui of tbe United" States
l;dii?-t l JT'f -1 i' i-! - i..t iA;A-
for tHEPort of Casti beiame In place
SamUe:Kl Gil man:rciot'?ii. 1 . -
4a rn e s VVx Hu n ten to be Postmasterr at
re regret , to t earn; that ; tbe-; Yel low
pevfer has made its appearance iii. Charles
Mm. . iuree cases are meniionea in . pn- j
laic .icivci b, uiuupi uu uuuiii. auiiuugia
of the fact has been madel
grancea aoout twelve montns since, oy tne
Gh aricery Con rt of Maryland, pFohibi ting
thefBaJtimore arid:Ohtb RailRbaq Com -
pany and the Chesapeake and Ohio
Company, from pu rchasi as the -land s.br
riht-of way over them on that part of
route, along tne DanK ot the rotomac.
vlnch is necessary for the works 1 d f both
of those "companies, "and in which
ter comnanY claims a bnor riirht
i m pbrtant case cam e on for trial orl Tues-
last before ! the IligK Court of Chancery &t
Annapolis; Mr. Wirt attended for the
Canal Company, 'j Messrs; -Walter Jones;
F. 3- Key; Q. Cqx, 4and; W. -Price were
alsd engaged on the j same sitle Messrs. .
t ar ey, Crwynn, Johnson, JYlcMahbn and
fiat robe attended for th e Rai I road Com
pany. ,- ihe nerht ot choice in the selec
tion of grdund will probably make
m me cost oi eitner o
" The lullo wing is Commodore Porteir's
account of his battle with Banditt ,rwhen
on his way fromVera Cruz to Mexico.
;j lj have, not yet had an interview with the. Pre
sident but shall to morrow, when 1 sin 11 settle
all matters with them and return home. On my
wa her? I had a most unpleasant and extremely
dangerous adventure, but my good genius pro
tected me as it has done on' many otl er occa-
simi5-k TraVipllincr with A frinrl afirt', vlnir' nri
apprenension or danger, we were suddenly at-
xacKca oy irce uuncmu, oeing a pari or a gang
of seven, -well mounted and; well armed; with
their faces blacked and looking more like devils
than1 human beings. We . had merely time j to
form a line on One side of the road while they,
forrned on the other. The battle corpmenced
by heir captain dischargmg his pistol at me at the
distance of a few paces, I then fired ankl slipuhl
havls killed him,, had hot his horse thrown up hif
heajl and received the ball in bis neckj He in
greit rage" fired again at me and missed meby
thia time all the pistols" of the -Banditti were'disi
changed as well as those of my friend, ne of my
pistols was loaded, and I charged with my friend
in aim on g them, they fled and we pursued, when
the captain suddenly wheeled his hors parsed
my friend and came directly at me with his sabre
to cut me down, I waited quietly until he came
within six feet of me when I shot him through
thejbqdyi he fell on the neek of his horse, and
they both .Sarhe;tb the aground togelier.-(iHis
companions seeing this became iritimidiated, but
after a little, seeing an intention on their part to
cnarge .against, me my rnena Deing occnpieain
finishing' the captain who .was not quitej dead,) I
seized a small fowling piece which Was - in the
-hands of my servant, arid compelled tliem to re
treat $ this left us masters of the field. ' jt e took
possession of the captain's horse, arms &c.: and
delivered them to the Alcaldeor Klagistitate of the
next village "the villagers turned out krmed, &
crave pursuit, when soon meeting five oflthe srang
th killed j'one; of them. v:' It is a most rbrtunaty
ctrc umstance. for us that we did not fal in ? with
the whole gang, if we had, I should n t now bp
alive to tell the tale." My friend (Dr. B ardman)
receiveu a severe saore wound in nis ieti arm.
-v- v; DAVID I'OIt.T-EU." -
Silk Cocoo)is.WQ see it stated tht a
Soi iet jr. haV b-en established i n ; F hi lad -1-phi
a- for proihoting1 thecul! u re of Sii k, one
object of. which is to purchase coco msy and
that they will soon be, prepared to engage
.a riy q ua nttty that nty - be offeree . Tb ts
w ill! be Van lac com mod aDn tb i those ' wfio
wisbi to a Void t d i fTicu I ty ;bf f reel 1 ng the
cbc!oon9,but a!greateriprofit will p real-
ch a market mar be h id irt any oT bur
ci ti cs. New, Sent.
.Hv'e pe rcei ve";t hatf the'.sanve r number of
the Boston paper wbicli announces the ap
poi 1 1 men t of Pa u l W,i H a d Postii ter at
Churl e ft to j n tb; be a ri ff c ejr P f s the C u s -ton
i H P use at Boston, an tiou rices ja I so t he
a p ointment fbff rthuiJVi Auijl iri to be
Jpn s t ma s t e r' a t Cha H e s to wh , in Mi place of
M r VV i i 1 a nl i ;tl?5s &y: pof itici I f arrange-;'
fo.eiits seeirif tb bayerealizeil ; theyou ng
..ver? 'praeriid; Ibe'Gotls,' ?ioXhib'ilate
bo! n t i me;a nd . space f o niak ehim h appy.
Thle( distance between Charlesttfwn and'
Va shi ngton an d ftbeirne refjuredfiir,
transmitting a. resiuatiotH 4 making a ,riew;
appointment, and lorwarding a 1bev
bussibnttppar, in -;'ti a s "of tfiiB iCh afl cs-town-Post
Office, tbthar e beebarvel lous
lyi abriflgd. It;coOiesi triucn mearer to a
office, that we- ha ve Heartl so much of, than-
anythtn which; Ipccufiped under
' 4' ''. : I'-". ' :-
t orLi eu t Gov er nort) : to bePostma'ster a t
ftiP2ba FndavjJastl arid tiis buildini to
getbe rJ JJivi th: irconstd erab! e ;q a ? n ti tr -Vpf
if Weref killed atf;the ame i "i time f and l a.
negro boy th. property.; of th etev. Jno.'
Avery, y cry severely '.huirt but hopes are
Qn.th? sau)edayth e CottbfiM dchineb f
al so st rue ki, but not ma tcrial iji h ju red; ,
Si nee; writing hes 'pw'yfettdf
J he re were three ba rnljst t tPo f i neJo4;;
tire ly J con suuiedw ith If t heircbntems;
"consisting of Betwee n 1 wa nd h reeS ft u o
drebushels of wheats 80 orjSO barjrjis; of
rna nd a I th
description.' A bojri rrdrg oae'oHhe hor-.
sesSa t Ihe tine he jy
fiUtiyjfSdeiilOii ,Gjazette. u :
Att he aue fibn store o f Mr- Ilebbert's
great 1 ibrary, n' Lorid o nv b n the -6th ul t-'
the; celebrated pcyglot MlejSfyitWsil
Ximeues.jprinted bpon velIuin;sivQ!uuTs
su m of five hundred arid iwentii fine vounds
, Mr. M c Line, it appears, basVarrived at
New-yorkifbohisl iv ay to flan I; -arid 1
IVDLaiiibrerens, it .:sen.UTojr to meet MrV l
yat;Buren, a t Wi ! mi ngton; i(i consul tatiori
in a &y-Yor!c paper, did not go.;". 'Whe
ther, he had successful ty concluded aripjso-
-. V,-' ' . -.J' ' ,m a -iz
ii!iiiiiM itr h mnrp iiirAi'ictinr notitru .nul
t coultl nut com
soil urcvciiicu.uic incf tui'j, -11. it wtit lilVIl-
ed, reportsaith not -iVcr. InteUyi
. . New-Orleans, July 4i
.'Sugar Croj?. We regret to learn from
various parTTof the State, that;, Owing to
the coj d' w inter and spring, the heavy rains
and the lalenesy.of tb
crop5 is;vei"y much Jnjurejit - in inHpy l iri
stances the cane-has nut come uj; &i should
w e h a ve ear ly from , we can no teal culate
on 'more than half a! crop the coining vear.
y Frankfort, (Ky.) Juhj 1 Syr-
r vol.' John bpeeil aunth h is accepted. the
appointment of United States Attorney. fr
me jrveniucKy jiisi.fict. - ine siaiemeiu
that he had declared for Mr. Clay for next
Presideut; turfis oiiC to Ue a sheer-
-: Si r James M cIntosh, c i n his late s
on the affairs of Portugal; in the British
House of Commons thus alluded to the
important question of British interference
iii the ailiiirs of Russia and Turkey y
... ' I think that passionViori pea
last as long in Europe di the : rag fpr war
and therefore, fond as I ani of peace, I am
very jealous of any new guarantees which
may be introduced for the preservation of
itl - It i s possible by inqirect'nieans to
create a guarantee; r as: by any r express
dectaratioti ljf it and, if the; past! history
of Europe be auy; tegtimbny upon this
poin t, I. shbul d : sa y that that prpies ts v a
gainst the; adoptiorif f an:expre4 -universal
guarantee for . any purpose thatev
er; I deprecate sdeh a guarantee,' thodgh
without wislyiig' to provoke : a discussjon
nowjipon it, because t ad'da'ilbtHe chan
ces of war, and because it increased those
chances by; rjtacing Vthe; preseryation of
peace Upon the observance of contingent,
doubtful, arid distant conseq u en ces iI
tio not conceal that what anu'e tdjis
the introducing the, integrity of the Otto
man empire into the general system "of
-European! politics. It ii new; and; its.
policy is very douDtiul ; there is no case
no wi wny it snou ia oe auop iku,
never was time when such. . a
was less, 1 i k ely to sec U re peace; :
was this guarantee ?. An asree-
inent by the whole of the povvers pf ,Eu
rnnc to ftn'mmi t the neonle of the Eastern
coast of the-Mediterraheanv from
xine to the Atlantib, to useless. atid bar
barous si 4yry 5 in;, edicts by lpe tp
doom all the various nationsMf those
parts, 'who might be excited by the exam
ple of Greece, or provoked ;by the aggre
si opt of ..Turkey to assr,
de n ce, to eternal servitudei : I, tloubt, if
such a' guarantee i s pbs? si b e r U I cloubt-jf
it would be effective. 1 believe (it ought
not to be so. (Hear.) i l Nbelieye that
such attempts Wou id but end ' in ! prod ti
cing, upon the military powers- near; the
prey, a recurrence tri their old:. mode pf
settling a quarrel ; namely, by cutting it
up. I believe that ivhen the hour of dan
ger camenot now, bui .in'the hour of
tant powers who vConfidedj in them but
whose force was" not able to curt them
Proet.lpnt.T.nrL'on has ordered from Me
Bkewell, Page& BakewcHr ofthe cityud;
Pittsburgh, a 1 set; of. Glass for hts wn use.
That oMlers nejirlx c'nIeted
last weekjan brpnrtunityf witnessibghis
splendid exhibition American skill and
innuity. I?Jt consists of arge;andjplent
did bowls with arid ithouttandsj--celery
asses pJtchcywqtart and nt decanters,
tiiniblersv wine & champaign glasses,jsalts,
c &eJ the hole tastefully execated inj
la's: is 'as hellucid "as crystals the
beautiful cuttings give brilliancy of ef-,
feet nut Gasify described think tbis
'ipecltneni'toT American workmanship y will
y ie jwith 'the b "productions of the French
and English aitists It isery gratifjiDg
to witness ttiereat perfectiou to -which
our artists have -arrived' in the various ob
jects to-Avhicb. their'skiir and enterprize
have been directed; We understand that
thecrder i? yalaetT atabuut U5C0.: . ,
t bwa rds t h e cl c 3-' c f t h e 4 a s t c e ii t u ry r. n i n
gen i ou ! s i ns t r u tre ntf to ; 7 hi c n .:na f ; i v 3 ; 1 u e
hamexrd Lj .TJ
Uegniero"f iSemurifoT.dclcnr.irirn; with pre
jcision bo; li hurb;in power and 'tliat-of tnachi-
nery.VA;lJii9vW2s empoycti uv; rerun. 11
fiii.ypyage to Sre '-HoHrnd, cnI this ublo "I
rrivi-tor has;shs .joTrtliat.he strength-" of;
savages is un i fo r a Iy.e:r. tha tHit ofcivi
Iized mIiJedical Int.
By Jthe arrival :f thesipTI; j:
p apere i a the 1 9 tli Ju i tie M v-s" been : : c e 1 v
sia"nv" &;-Turl;isb 'war
yite.0fe'ecamii Si ay 9th- e
i r- 'i tti.i- iWx.' I i. .r r . tch cirtn-ft
fjli4t;p1cc; haUjust commence
id, likely be prii'tra'clfn u cli' I onger f hail
gbtjsuit the itusijanin r eresti. A 'i'u r
kisivHip; ofj-th er t n eot60 -;iu s is gai d to
ba v e beefTBiir ri it it t tiiVen tr .. i c e ot the Bos- 1
pbortis;; u ruler, the jiolf fr rt b a sit a 1 1 -Russian
uadraniSTHe' Grand -Vizier ria
m a i n edvsbut u p in C hburri la ; ; v
inejaiesi aecounis, recei veq, arMuessa, :
say that theTGra ncCT
alibis fdree: belli n Shu iri 1 allt1i ere was no -:
be w;SjJron(arnaV boeverj ; i ho mil i tary
nfhe gcasswasT butj ijb st SpHngi ng u p, x i
asto'aftord: forage fdr the horses, arid V..i
am inunitioh and prdtisionslian be convey-
ed. v; t:yy U- :x I ! ; . r ,
L r The' Sul tail bas j6he tohis camp, while
sfye m easu res oi e ft. ban k ;o f the Da- y
tiuijQ Ij'til I l itria iiai? fial Ifeii - i iito the -;
iiahdl of the Uusins ,we inust not ex
pect any, great militdry lnoveinents.. - 1
' In this cityl ob Monday 1ast" afVr a painful
illness, ltobert; son of liichard . Smith, Esq iri
the- 15thy ear ofhV aeX,t?:J lity .y
P ; On Tuesday rijght, jSusan tdwards,: Hie infant
datighterJbf Gavin TlbggjVEsq.' of this City. -
, i -,. - .; . -; - .
..--'- ' 5 . . : ? - --"' . . ' ii nrt .' . t "-
. vv eep .no r or i n ose- wii om uie ven oi inc i omo
-i In LiiVS hppy mon hive bid 1 frpmloiir eyes; ' ;
Ere - t;- tHrew ;a; blight ;bn
Or -EfirfA had profan'd what was meant for thes r
u At his residence in iEdenton,tafter a few d yft.
il In Guilfbiri edunty
nine ss, 1 n e. . it e v . r; 1 1 e nry - m o i m e s i , p l v n e, t ? i e t u o
dist piscbpal Church and at the time of hjs
decease Tjresidint Elder of tlie- rKoifolfe -Di3
7iT years v In the- same county, utter, Jour or nve
week? illness, -.jarsJ-iPjrqdhceJIIuhtpnqit'of j
Uev; Nat han I liint.' ; SheJ- was a l.dV t of eXem- I
piary piei ana oenevpieoce.-: aiso, ..ftirs. uuw
man,Tconsort of Vlr-Edmiind tiowniam ; ; -
jrleamsbf tPos t aird- F6ol sctirt
PAPE IV different qualitjes; Must received by ;
;.'- : - ". -" .f -'.'j:, GALES St SON. .
' Stdtti orNbitli-Caroliriiiv rv ,
ytz ycyzyy- SuryjC6bnt:- iv'- " '
Sup enorCJourt of Equity; : March Tefni, 1829.
"'y John Hilsabeck s-oph Periingtprt. '
IT appearing tb tbefsatisfaclioriof tlie Court ,
: ttiat4he;defen pemngforti is not .
an inhabitant of this7StateV-its therefore order- ,
ed that pdblicationlbd f riiide tor three monthi in
the llaleigb Hegiseri that be mav appeal at our
next Superior Court of Equity to be hehl forthe -Couritycf
on the first Monday in eptenlher riext, to plead,
answer or demur to Vthe . complainant's bill," or V"
the same will be taiien. pro coafesso and lizard;' , "
ei-patrte -'y?:y,: rjyyx-'. ivy y ' "r-;-I- 'V '
V Test. WlSTQM SOMEUS, C. M. E. . ;
:yAtf&y t9y82$vi ?j ;
ville county, formerly .resident 'irf'Kalergh, '
has lately'diedintesWter &iany of lie'f next of kin -y
reSple at 'distance frorri this- place and I da tr
hereby, n nify all persons concerned, that at tbe
expiration of wo years from the 1 stTVIay, 139 .:'
as' prescribed by la wf i shallv be ready and wil
ling to settle the Vaid .-iSstate TtieV Ad m i ni stra '
tion of said Estate having been committed to me '.
,bv the County Court of Granville County i;. ilay V
-1 vittt attend to all communications post paid) -whicb
may beaddressedtb me at 'Raleigh, N. C.
Wy&:iU ;:4.;''-BARKER RAND, Adrn'rU
'" .IVIake cWritygteIay, 182g.'- 74 ..:6ii . 7- ;
Superior Court ot LaW-My- Term, 1829;
Marion 1 annerf A
Petition for; Divorce.'
t - ' John Tanner.
RDERED.by courf thatpubircation be made
. for'three montnsj successively, -in; XU6- ica- ,
leiffh Rffister, jihd lestern Carolinian, that the
detenaant De.ana appeaai our hci oujicrmr.
Court of Law to be held for the county of Meek- .
lenbiirg, at the C;ir House iri Charlotte, ;;t the ;
6th Monday after the 4th Monday in S-ptemher -nextrand
plead or answer t the plaintiff peti : ,
tion, or the saro will be beard ex p irte. -
Witness, Samuel Henderson, CierK ot our
court, at umce, xae 4111 .swiaajr ancr me;
in Mrbii829.:r;?-' I :;--',v: V
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SAMUEL HENDEIISOM, C. S. C
-yftytyi Bubcombeouiiiy; " - r V;
; Superior Court of Lair April Terni, 1S2V
ATaraiRobamsl'j" wv'"' r'-;? '-i-H - s-V
TK u DEHE p oy Court, that publication b e made
frir- 3 irioiuhs successively " in the ltaleighv
the Yadkin and Catawba Journal,
5uneS Court of Law to be held for OuDCombe
couhtyit the Court-house in Ashevills;' on ths .
2d-Mondsy aft er the 4th Monday in September
next, and plead". r answer to the Plaintiflf'a pe
titiont or the same will be heard ex parte v .-
-Witness, Robert Henry, Clerk of said Court
at Office, Uie 2d iloiulay after tne 4 th llwitiay
uf-March, 1829. - v " - v,
r - V-v r.ODERT -HENRY. C. S. C-
Of all UnCU, fcr.gala'atthb CZcC;
i :f .
our K.c. j - j ua crment &nnnt
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