, 'J' - ' Y V '" V Y' v- iVsv', . , " )urs are the plans of fair, deUghtful beaee, , : v J. ; Y ; '.t - .Y. . -.)...; - . . w J "
iAnAW every Mdat and Thitiisiiat, by
v ttngisixfeen lines , neatlyrinserted 3
' ints for a Dollar, and twenty-five cents for
V v Y., vaioceedinff piibl ication r those ot. fprcai-
Ten-th ii thr,8mq roiwrtion;.p6Mi
th' Kditors must t? e' postpaid -' f Y 1 Y
. ,:; scotr;ANn.--v-Y';i
' !ereiV n cu5try in the; world , more
we porer f rlhc Ynigrvty depds j of
WallacWarid fgljrie in the achieveioents
bis com pftriMMisis JtKou s;H A tyiwere
Y, An f ahprs. ;we ha vie been accustomed
u u0k b Scotland with fond reartl and
hnre often experienced the full force of
; her iwrdfeen wnen ne exclaims,
fS iY Is there a ipan I with jsouI so dead V
" . Who never to himself hath said,y i v 4(
y? f V.Thls is my own,' my native land ?"
Svhat ottier couatry s there with whih
there are so mny-.Jntefesti ng associations
?iod rccoflectios:cVnnected. ? Her.warri
Tk. h?rnoetsher (atesmeii, her peope
rained her "name which other na-
'tions may f well envy. Her poorest cbU
dren ffel the prides of their situatinn.
Burns-coulS fallow in glorjr and joy'J
ji,s piougn upon .iae mouniuu , iu.c,
.,.! einer th sonirs of his vcootry,i fame
whife cutting the green sward of the .yal-
Ipv. Wallace has sown over her' rocks
r the iranerishable vseeds of high thoughts
1..,:-. . : .'' , - . rfu- . -K- f
4 -ml nat anions:1 . l ne marKs 01 nis
feet are shown,' as jl f - the "stone, - and the
; flint would Vetainj lthem i forever tiy .
Ipatriiic peasantry vtheir f children,
Wbing to the ploughed 5 fieltl or the hilJ
pastured Bruce is as fresh a i name as
if he had iaiq-'bttiKtfew
Momb.' Asanatibriv none have a greater
iSectioh for fatherliind HeiY prtets have
contributed to niake this a pjrt of She ' na
tional character. A Scot, recreant xo -nis
cpuutry, is seldom found vTruly itlmay
, be said of h im Ccrtum nofcimimum , mu-
taiit qin trims current ie$m$$
has his Ranze deche?k to recalVhis re-
collection to the land of his birth,, and a
waken his dorman feelings ;lbut;j.heFe is
not' a tradition "o'tli .s ' cViti citrnni' or one of
her songs, which
does i not- speak : to
Scotsman of home.
He lona .to; breathe
the air of the heath-clad ! hillsto mingle
w.Kh the people whose affections cling with
his to iuld Scjtland., Though the
sceptre has depwtedfrom 'Judah.; he
turns to the silent and tenantless walls; of
Ilofy-rood, and feels his memory with the
?ries of past tiroes. The ibemorialsUof
ctimisn vaiorare eyerywnere arounu mm
ami in the breathing thoughts and buriiin
words of the loftiest poets of his land, he
Cfin recount Jlthese! Jeedsof valory
cherjshe the rnempry of thosiewho have
honored the I arid, as a father preserves the
,memiry of hischUd ren, a nd d yi ng. be
queaths the feeling! of 3 a ; true : Scot I agf
tick legacy', to a posU rlt jlexGajV
In one of Walter Scotl's novels4, The
riHATE' a striking instance zH" given, o
'the feelinatiuded, to In the ; foregoing ar
ticle : t , v' -'v Y ;':H'.'v;'Y;"':-y ": -: h .
Mnna TfoiPs Refusal to leave her native
TVre are lands' said Cleveland, ' in
i? h the eye niay look bright uporj groves
f jthe. pjm '.and A tne' cocoa and where the
loftt insiylmove light as a galley tinder sail
iirm-, .iipeicu. wiui no were, ,.aim b
Hannahs surrouudedJby aromatic thicket?
where subjection is unknown, excep
M of the brave to the bravest, and of al
te jbe must beautiful.VY W-t;V34:1
"linna nnnpil 'a. moment prhft rnlied.
anil iHen answere j ;No,YCWvelaud,-
My own rude country has charms for me,
)esolate as you Ttbink it, 'and ilepresg
d. as it sarel v.-is, wihichv jio;,oiher'Untl!i'6n--
i , cf,n presen t tci; me.- t;end ea vour i ti
ain to represent to myself those visions of
auu -ti ffroves.Lwnicmmy eye- never
; but invtlmaP'tWatior can conceive no
S1t in'n t'ure more ;sbJ i me! Ytha n' those
not the brightest sunbeatn that ev-
j; vone upon the richest lanrlscape vrould
I J ay thnuglits for a mi)innt;;from tliaV
' V fock". -Ilii&tv hfj ftfidlwidp Kdlihar';(;
Jan K HidtlkVidis! the land of iny deceiis-
u u1ce?tors,rahdf myWihg fatheV?a'nil
lh',c Wmdq of
cie t .Vontribaje.rgen"r6usljtiKpb
nir ? 4S weu taken ott by the tie v; M r.
iwK. J ... 01 Cork m an eccentric . gbt ecl
. . i .. .. . . - . ..... ....
ia late anm ver srv
i Ke i "( lei Uo n J on Al Ktonary' Soc ie ift
!iWf? T PMce, of?th thrtteyo)ii(4i;
vnuy, urudiuea: iu .rai i!, m-
pves, vht?n ligitatteftUy -a storing or. more
,H?putiful th'anwheilptheV Vcome, ? as ' they
nJ,w rolling inalmlran
Jre Not the ftrest Vcene in at? foreign
ended as missionaries to the Cape of Good
Hbpe. Mr, B. observed, ' - 1
; A gentleman who. had experienced noth
ng vof this day's excitement, who 'hate not
witnessed this animating scene from France
a rifl h (h, ?si tti ng i rf C h ri $ 1 1 ati I coo I n ess in
his own closet, has not mingled among you,
has sentto your society what he conscien
tiosly;andbonestly conserl ir entitle(
t o ; j an d lYta ke tor grant edr thati many, i n
t hi s' meet uig wil I rise far above h i m.;Re-X
calculating manj given not at the al tar, bu t
o the priest at' a distance from itiwithout
an v-df the ,excitementyou have this day
experienced ; and IYdo expect that his ex
ample wilt this day be followed up, and
surpassed uy many, Decause ot ine feelings
which theyi must have' this day experien
ced i and whl ch gi ve; ihem so great a n, ad
vantage over this cold. caicuiatins man, in
ti is closer. , ne; nas seni you nis coniriou-
ion it isa checkffor 00 J Remember.
this is: the cold man's offering ; but if hisH
example be not, followed up, shall we not
say that the, poles of some regions are hot
..it-.: .1 ... i . .
ter than the: equaton ot others r (Cheers,!
But some of you will say, O I this is a
rich man, who hasartothing to do with his
money, and is glad to give it away rather
than r be Yobiiged tb keepaccou n ts,'Yor
u perhaps he only wants to make a flourish
at a missionary meeting.' ir sucji oe tne
case I shall surely, disappoint him,-for "I
snail not mention ids name ; out as ne was
aware of this beforehand, it is not likely
to have beep the principle on which he act
ed.. (Cheers.)t But it may be said again;
O! this is some one who gives to a mis
sionary society, but who gives to nothing
else." lhe fact is, however, not so ; for
let tne tell you,' that when I preached last
year a sermon in behalf of this institution.
I have reason to know that this same cold
calculating individual put a 50 note in
tne plate ; ana ne is, pesiaes, an annual suo
acriber to anauxiliary society. (Applause.)
MUi" cut some or you aiuy say, vtnis
is fki'shobby'ntd every man likes to sub-
to his hobby." I tell you,
lis also is not the case ;-for
however, that t
is now encaireu in erecting
a 'chapel, vyhich
no less a
every fraction ; off which
comes opt of his own pocket. (Cheers.) I
may be tola now that he is some, old bach
elors (Laughter.) I This is alsp a mistake
for he happens to have ben married twice.
(Cheers.) But,'- it may be said, al
though he has had two wives, he may have
no children, and therefore no one to inher-
it his wealth,"
' This is a mistake too ; for
he happens riot
only to have children, but
1 . rf- w a a .
IJLaughter.) And notwith
standing his greati liberality, all of them
are well provided for. I will next be told,
' O! the man j was left this money, and
never knew. what it was to earn it j or he
has been left an enormous legacv, which he
little expectetl ors he may have gained a
- ' . - .: a .
twenty thousand pound prize iii the lottery
by some lucky
turn of the wheel of for-
Uere agiin you would be at fault.
for the man made. all this money himself.
(Cheers and laughter.). In short, this gen
erous man is a plain, honest, conscientious
Christian. Englishman, who has many to
provide for;1 and does provide amply for
them all by his labours ; but who, with the
fruit of his labor, contrives to come Toward
and answer the demand for every good
work, brought" home to his understanding
a tid his conscience- Nt being present at
this meeting, he lias not had like jou, any
excitement to stimulate him to this act. i
Let uie see, then yhether this cold calcu
lating inan-t his twice married grandfather
wiltr outstrip; in ' his" closet the efforts of
those who,' under the influence" of a Lon
don fever of zeal, are boasting of London
cnortsY ilifeat citeers. y it ni exam
ple be'not followed, ; what a; reproach
will it be to youK I now 'beg leave to sec
ond tHe resloluuonl Y ; :
The resolution. was Carried with laugh
ter and applause, and a collection was then
made. in the meeting.
Sfa v e Trade; Th e 1 a s t number of the
African Repository contains s o m e e x t r a c t s
from a Da per; on the subject of the Slave
Trale, recentl v received from the Colony
or Liberi:, ciravvu up uy ur. ii.anu an, iin
late agent It appears fro-m.the'e, that traf
fic ia still carried on t a very great extent,
a!UI'v witn Kgreat aviivny , m'.
the -opinion Ydfj the! writer, , the measures
j ions are not iiKeiy io pu i an eno to ii.
l i S ave-traders treouently, carry -.ou
their opratiohl Wiihin; sight of theCcolbiM
al factories, f At G dienas a regular Slave
Agen l is establishetl ;4 who pure ha ses large
numbers of slayes and tu rni ihes the slave
esse! si iwh i ch jgeueral I v j $r iou t spe cie:
These Veiel ti up &
riniy: are r?son:iefitiesantM
iriainer wttbsend theu outairixm
the m& ;dunatiot) 1
afnad pfemlantand tw
taverail WiloVa numMr bf Kroaiaen
to jvive them notice of the motions of these
vessels. ; As soon as a manof war is about
to'leave Sierra Leone,: these active mes-
engers in swift canoe? give notice to the
ten or twelve light; fast sailing scljoohers,
wiu) sUould cruiz Heholeyear on istie
coast at ithose, placesvVh the slavers
anj procure their- cargoe andrwo' might
relieve each other at proper seasoqs.-
Hes thinks the Vshou Id havel'one or two
sjoops of warlwjLtlv ; tmy th j fc rces; of
whi ch wou I d be sirong en ough :o 1 an d
and break up the lave factpries. , If this
course were pursued by the nations who
hay uhdertaken to suppress the; slave
trade, he thiriks there : ?wpujdt noi at the
end of two' years be. found a slave vessel
on the coasts of Africa.
iV. F. Bost.
He that has observed theglnwin
and- the faltering tongue of young
must Know tnat tne sense or propriety grows
up in them very soon. They are stared at
our frown, they are cheered'by oui smiles.
ineyinviie us io tympaiQizein tne raptures
they r feel upon performini? what we have
been accustomed to praise, and on! the de
tection or any little impropriety , they hide
thei dropping heads. Upon fears which
far transcend, their own strength, t ey gaze
witji admiration.; they weep at tl e mere
begject of those whom they Jiave bee i taught
to revere, .and if through heedless n ess' or
curidsjty, they have ventured to commit
what is forbidden, they -cither trelnbe at
our I approach; or by tears and pjushe
by promises; and embraces of amendment,
and I a thousand little winning ar !,' they
strive to regain our esteem. Now the ca
pacity, foe this sense of shame is griven'by
nature, bu t the d i rection of it de pent! s up
on the .care -of others. Easily it Imay be
preserved and easily destroyed. , ir.there
fore,.wecommit outrageous actions!, or ut-
ter-ldecgrous words in ihe presence of the
young; a bliml mechanical pronejiess to
imitation leads them to adopt timiljtr prac
tices! j But when those practices are after
wards continued from deliberation, or from
cust'tn,' young men will see, not equity
but harshness, when they are corrected for
doing that which by their parents lor tUeir
superiors, they liiive seen done jwllh ,im
purthy. Yj Example, on the side jofi virtue.
is more powerful man precept tsat in re
pfct4to vice.' the case is nearly reversed ;
or our evil actJons may be. imputed to
fraiUv, but our evil words, imp!yi ig a re
nunciution or common opinion, ,m a deti
aoce of common censure, are supposed to
spring from deep and serjbus conictioo.
It, therefore, we acldthe weight of. b;il
precept io o u example in training! up our
children,.. ir we remark not only .with in
difference, but even with complacency, the
limes wiui wnii;u oaias aiu ousceoiues
tripl off' their tongues, if we c di the sallU-s
ol their petulance mere uprightness, and
i - - ; - ! ' .
openly impute their, burst, of anger tm
nign spirn, we ; nave no rigni to complain
of consequences which we; ought to have
foreseen we nave no rignt to oe surprises
or prnvoKeo, wnen customs wmcn we nan
ourselves fostered, 'have shot up tk their;
full magnitude, when they annoy
tneir malignity, wnen iney are uio
to be resisted, and too inveterate to
TRACT OF LAND, in Wake county, ly-
njf on both sides of X)utchman's Rranch,
containing 397 acres; and another Tract lying on
the south side of Swift Creek. The Tticts are
contiguous, and were purchased somef years
so by the late Wm. Gilmour of VVmBrown.
, Apply to the. Editors of the Register, who are
authorised by the owner to sell said land.
August l a, igy- ?w
State' o1l X OYt-i3 ar olina,
Y Y , Guilford County. I !
'; J . i i- u .. I,
! in tne iomi oi iiiuuy
Curtis Jackson, Y? - .
v. X- , 5 Y-
J ho. Anderson, , s
Lvdia Anderson. I Heirs at Law et Miriam
James Anderson, Anderson, feme covert,
Phebe Anderson,5 I deceased.
Mary Anderson, J '
IN this cause, it appearing to the satisfaction
of the Court that the Defendants are inhabi
tants of another State : It is therefore ordered
by the Court, that publication be made for six
Weeks in the" Raleigh Register, for the Defend
ants! to appear atthe.next Superior Court of Law
and Court, of Equty, to be held in : ahd for the
County of Guilford, at .the Court ; House - in
Greensboroogh, on tie ibtirth Monday after the
fourth Monday jiu September next, then and
there to plead, answer or .demur to the Com
plainants Bill, or the same will be taken bro con-
1 Ulllt WW BWVW " 'J
a;;ge r en,; cim. ; r.. ;
vft i 4 .-
OPOSALS wilt be received by . Wm. PeaceVi
Esq. at his Store in Raleigh, until the 1st
Saturday in Nov. next, for a' Contractor to take
charge of the-Poor of Wake county, at Ithe Poor
Houses thereof. ' , There are "about 3ffi paupers
wel provided with; Houses, cooking utensils and
- -ill; i-li: j c ..:U 'u.:.. '.til
ais, gvuu r wuiaviuii, uuuc, una vii isliuui,
forihe;use of 'the Cohtracipr..;,Tbe Obiitractor
io AdairaA " tnVcl-,tA. rh?a . (Arms " frw fTirntfiinAp
said paupers with food and raiment for 6iie year
t-..-ii- i-Yk,i a Y.:.w k- j:r -'.'i,o H:h
Xj Vc , w nil mv ; v i"
nfexijY if i. desired, Cash .will be paid ibr dvanceV
Bond and approved secumy- wui be required.
7 , Y ' V. W.JCLEMENT3
CferkoClbe Court ot-Wardens.
-3Vake county, 30tU Aug. 1829.'
oi.tvcr, wno im meuiatei y leave
01fi DrRandall's oplnionthe o
of breaking up the slave trade,' is
Itwf6Wi'n'..irikl"L - v-t- ' ''Ti'M.'n"' i- - -jY Buncombr County.
fSH to sell the pVace -witlim amd ofHills- Sunerior Vnitrf nff W 4 v-rUt' i q -o -
iborous ori which Trtov, resided Tla
Meadow Jand and vthe balance ii wQml. j The f r HS
imbrovements areH tiei' and fimed in the. UhFi,! Yr V" -best
mannerllhey consist of a 1 .veiling House. f)ST;i -
containing right-foomV. with nre'pUce besides ?Hh -passages
"clolets; &c;a We tlart, ancltablesV I&Sf 2 Ud CaUwba Journal, ;
and ot her necessary Outhouses. Y re are se-
rerat irevr lainng springs ror.tne -nest water, pn
the tract, and a large and well Selected fruit
Orchard. j . , . Y.y v v.' ' .; -v. :--5.-Y.-
1 wil I se 1 1 this -property on'. .the,": hiostV liberal
lerms cither for money on easy cfedits---or will
exchange St for Negroes or Western lndsV i
Application may; be made by letter to the sub
criber, at Hillsborough.. : v ;. ?v ' I YYl,
Nbv.;15YY. ""f "r.':3 Y-2) -eotf.O
31 1NAG E US' OFFICE,
' ' , ' ' ' ' ' ' ' c ' Richmond, Va. ,
V- SPLENDID SCHEME. ? in
-42 :;Y,;:i ; - . SOO.V
Union Canal LotteriL Jo. f 1 0.
To be drawti Sth Sept. in Philadelphia.
Prize of : 10,000
- -i-Y . 3,350 ,
y too '
Besides 51 (each) of S90, S80, & S70
. lua (eacii) ot DU,.
204 of S30, 1020 of S20, & 11475 of S10
Whole Tickets S10, Halves 5, Qrs. 2 50.
A package of 20 whole, for200, which is.
compelled to draw nearly one half)f the amount
invested,. may draw some of the above Splendid
, CO Send you'p orders to the Managers' Office
Richmond, Va. V - - .1 ; i
YATES & MclNTRE. :
f I DRAWLVG OF. THE . Y -
Connecticut State Lottery,
Ninth Class. ' V ,f s
No, 7, 10, 33, 28; 8, 37, 58; 481. 4
No. 1, 37, 58, a Capital of Feen Hun
dred Dotlars? v'xs sold at Hewsox's for
tunate Office, on Tuesday. last- f f "
Any one of the drawn Nos. is entitled to $4. : .
Orders for Tickets in the Lotteries to be drawn
this month will meet with prompt attention, and
the drawn numbers torwurded the moment the
ill iwiua iiir. ictcivcu
Address to . . W.
Washington Cotisolidated EottefyJ
highest prize. , ; .
Tickets S5, Hal ves 2 50, Quarterl 1 25.
Washington City -Lottery
, j Draws 21s instant. ; !- -
) , HIGHEST PRIZE. Y -
Tickets S4, Halves 2, Quarters 1.
Prizes all pavable in Cash.V
Tickets and Shares for sale at the; Lucky OfT
Bv w: HKWSON, Y !
Y .-r Petersburg, y
. ' 1 : Y . ;
Aug: 19 1829.
Grand Consolidated Lottery,
Class No. 16.
To be drawn 29th August.
0 ft0 -
1,000 Y .
500- v ;
Besides 4Q0?s, 300's, 20Q's, 150's, 100's,
; . v &c &C ; --
Send your orders (post -paid) to v Y Y r-
TATKS & M71NTYRE? v
Y - -. 1 Richmond
Richmond, Aug. 1, 1829. Y ?., LY;
tCity and County Auctioneer.;
The Subscriber having
been, appointed by the
County. Court of Wake
'and the - itoaril ot Com
Jnl rhissiohtrs of the' City of
J-JCaS&j Raleigh. Aoctioneer fir
Y r i i i - - .
the County and City, offers his services to. the
Public. ' " i - 'YT f:"'5 1 Y
JOHN T. C. WIATT.
August 18, 1829.,:
. r ; ;. ..v-. "f Wayne County. .' ;
Superior Court ot. Law
w opnng .lerra
Itardc n nal An n M aria Jtu'ril p n v
Petition for Divorce.", ' .v;., Y-Y Y'
N this case; a subpoena ant
. issued, and the Sheriff
making return thereon that
I not to be found, procbunation was duly, made at
J the" Courthouse d
.H; "5 Z
loor H,dbthe Shernof
mnng the. said AnnMria. Bar-
j said county, reqoi
den to appear ind answer as she was reouired to
do n said subpanad failing to appear i
. I i.-' ' l ' a - t-v
i mrec monuis oe maac in ine
i the Ualeitrb Resristcr."eivinff
1 A t4W., .i--a
Superior Court of lav to beheld &re:xouhty
1 v!---: -. .il r . . .
i ot- ayne , at xne uourtnouse in vaynesDorougn
the first Monday, after thV fourth Monday of Sep-
temoer next, ana tnec ana tnere to answer or i
demur ' to said petition, jddgment will b .taken 1
. N. WASHINGTON, Clk. J
Price adv. $52. -vY'v- ' u -69. '
Y r , -S -Y - . -T-' r . Y
- '. - i -. ... .-t 1
Supefio:piH ofvLawit9 be heldXor Huncnmbe-
Knmty.'at the: r;ourtviiusinrAiheiyeV on the r
2d londsy after t h e A4thl il bndav. i n p nWrnh pr -l"
next, ahd le:ir ofaswer.lo tbe.Plarptifs peti-.
lion, or the samewiJI Ke;beurd 'eir 'parje. - - Y" '
YWtneslUobrtf:l enfvrilerlc vosaul Coirrt
at Office, ; the 2d Monday -ailler JlIieritU Monday- v
of March; 1629: i.u.- YY-- - C
SnpeTior.pourt .f ItawApfifTrnfc. ; V
Margaret Itobards-Y Y-YJ? - 'Y : Y
Tklt JX EK E U iiy tJourii that public;.' t ipnte nia'de
Tor Oj-rnonins successively -in the ta?ciir?"
negtsterandthe. : -
that the;Uefi?:nflant be ar4 -apVear-tl fiieit-v
S uperipr Court of t flaw; to be.h ch t'or'R uocom belY.
county, at the Cbiu t-house , in Ashe vlUe; on the
2d Monday after ,tbeh XIo.ndy.;in-Septc mb:r '
next,, and, ple&4 -aVisMrer.to theCraihtiff'sp- -titton;
fT .the. smewdf;bei1ieardar parie..?--X t.
YW?tness, Robert Henry jClerkJ of said Court
at Office, the 2d, Monday after tLe .4th MondAv V '
of. March 1829: C;rYY-v.YY t,? ) --xVY "; :'
-,y - YYtfy udniiiiNRV; s. V:: : -y'
-:Y '?.K ,YBi'ncimb;.Cari.n
-Superior COnrt'of Law--April Terrau 1329;
Aiiarew - f resiy.
Petition forDlvctt YT
ikRDliUKDbv CWurtrihaVrubllcAon hi m,
M'T. V:Y .-ST Y'-SyveUtion fbrt Divorce. Y "
T-F, for 5 months : successively jh-the lJa!e"n;n. T "
Register; and ;the :Yadkin and Cata w ba Jour sfaL Y v"
tint the1 ISr fehuant ; be and .-'apnear. ktHhcrnext r - V
Superior Court of L w to;be held fbr Buncombe " "
county, at the Court house in A-hevilfc, on ,the '
2d,MondHy after the; 41 h Monday in SeptenbeY.--Y
nexi, ana piea or answer to the Plamtittpeti-: '
tioni or the; same will be heard ex parte -'-'T""
YVitnessberriieHtV: Cftrk isJd Court
at qffice,thfr 2d Alonday after liVe.h Monday V
of March, ' 1829, -YA C:'."- ' - ' r.:l Y
; y;J7;;:1.i";R() BJERT' If KNRY, S. C.
l iSuncombe.Lyounty.i v
r Court oLltwApViL'Term,,
-' . v.-
Petitron fpr I) ivorciei
fOsbo'rah Ranpr A
that the. Defendant be; and -appear ; at "the1 neitt
o'lJC,lul wuun oi uiw.iu. oe. ncia fv, uuncomoej n
county, at the Coortlibuse ih Asheville t'bn the-
2d MondayAafter the 4th 'Monday in Septerhber ;
next, ana plead or answeto the: PlatntiU's peti.
1 uon, or. the same win be tieard ';r: . .
, v1l!ness. Rjert;iienryi ;Clerk ofsiid; Court
wmi-c, nic niunuay aner mc -tn Jklooaay
ROBERTHENRY C. S. fJ; v J
. Superior Court' of Law and Equiiy, . - i
; YY Y County -Y . iY t -Y!-Y
MY Spring Tfirif A.I l3. IS.tV;-, V
The Creditors of William . Raffin,4 : Caroline :M. ' !
Uuffin, Mr..Catiiannr-Runin, who is feme
h covert and, wife of Arcliibaldlll,; Rnrnn,"' who
sues in this" behalr: by G. Eadicr ' Esv. lib
Y-rjrAM" xT- YY Y-Y
Thomas Ruffin Tlromas Ritchie, Henry M. Mil-
irr, AuiiHiiiMrdior wuir uie j ui" annexed ofY
William i Ru fH'm deceased, - J oh n ?M. RurH u in-
fant son of Thomas, It. Ruffln, Frederick Ru
fin and Archibald RvlinfBnY : : 1: '
ON' MOTION, it is ordered by the Court that
;; Rf-nj imiti A. Barhatn, ' Esq.-: be appointed
Commissioner to settle" the -administration ac
Y : l A !CUfc.ufc.jJiy,uourt,'that publication ibetrtade
II BWSON, - I XJ. for 43 months " success! veJ v i the lL,UTfrh ;
sbunr, Va;" I Ueorister.' and rhd VAdk
4, 000 1 cont f tbe administrator of William UuRin, de
nfinlcese and tbat he give notice of the: time andi
place of taking such account to the' parties Inter ':
Rested by rpublic - advertisement In one of the
newspapers published' in the city of. Italeigh, "
?d that he make Repbr tto the next terra of this ;.-
The; parties in t!e bove named siiiU ae Kere
by notified, ;that 1 shall" proceed at thy bf5ce ia'Y
the City of. Raleigh, on the 29th day of Septem
ber nexti tr audit and sett le the accounts of the -
and where they ar- invited to attend. ,;- .' . Y
BEN; A. 1JARHAM, Comm'r.
Raleigh:' July;ll,' 1829.' j ;
TO THE PUBLIC.
KNOW'tNG the great and pKV'interestYelt c '
by the people ot Virginia in toe approaching' -
Conven.ioni the subscribers make thu follow in a-
proposition YThey hive employed the bet - -
Stenographers to re port t he debates' which will .
be publislied as rapidly, as possible ia the "Whig, r - !
siii.MJjr'jJisuii iic jiol ju liie U&D41 OI tiling "J
lies' thev are liable to.be deairoyed. thev nro-
lusri "en iiiiu tneir lami-
pose xo pie i mis utnee, me papers containing
ri mc cu:ucs, ny us tiesire u-? ine ex-
1 peose OI IUIS Will Df apportioned by .the annual I
Prc of the. .paper anKtheIength f time -
I alias having been tf tti m'oni h i,W ,V..i .r.Z Zt'- '
?iW?v I bates, the price of the falevM be $1 25. 'This
tthej defendant was I . ; . -.. - l ' ? , . ? . i.
coniplete copy of the; de bates ,f Convention- r
,f sbscribe desire their.copies bonrid that xi,
Be done at a small addition atepVnse. YV Y ; ;
j wc uiiaur, u luan .w 11 nesuaie tOienve for a, :;
I YT LlT? 1. VT'T.'
ressed to us will be
g to sujiscrjbe, can
i thiHr riK
I tnat .toe-' Ueok
s' wiU first apnear. in the . riailir ;
r ..Ti -A.irl3Ai1 L , AUUU XX t CO. - .
tR4dvTioya, y;;v :1I?:
Of Tarlous descriptions neatly ; executed' '
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