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y -AjFVom the Scotsman of July 6. : ; ;-'
CHARACTER OF DR,CHANNINGV
: Dr.Chaiining is a man hoi we We ne
gate o a t h is s id e of i do! a t r J.''iVV e a A mire
Btupendoufi intellect, and tejoice to see
lhat it is associated 'with a purity, and i ljf-
:iness of sentiment, genuine philanthropy,
jncl a fafles love of truth,: which insure
its : application to ' wise and noble end? J
t)n all :queti6h!onnecteii with the moral
'ure'ofma hir cl.es t i riy , n d Kt a ti o n in
the Universe, we regard the mind of Doctor
;Chanhing aR" by far the; greatest: in,tthe
world. He i a boldvthinker a Revere
yeasoner,; profound finJiis; views, arid ;ele
va(pl in hisnHmentsC Hi9 style, which
U Ml ne r v e, i a tdocii ndensed fo r t h e ge n -eral
reader, fbuU ad mirablj fitted, by its
ufterity and force tci be the vehicle of his
ileai We love him for the cheering view
; he gives us if human nairure, and for those
consoling antic.ipatiAnv fT :i brighter - and
fetter age, of: which .hisown. gifted J mind
may, we trust, be" considered as the. pre
cursor.-. We regard it as k -fortunate 1 cir-
c u n 1 9 1 a n re" t h a t h i s I o t ha sbe e n c a s t . i h a
icounfry where the" absence of; ariatmiiai
establish ment which xrernbres"aall jnduce-
ments to warn his views in the bursuit of
reliffious truth: In Englarid,; if : his con-
science be not stronger than his ambition
he would have run Hie course of VVtson
HoKel v; Pdley, andyarbarton, Instead
of t-fking the Bible and'lheIight oF nature
far hisguidesKe would, have been tempt
ed by ' the hope ofi a mitre to become a
. ennoer oi aoonisms in oeience wi 'an oiu
system, warring in many points With rea
son an apologist for the -dogmas - formed
in ignorant ages arid- whichv perhaps he
psrtlylor wholly disbelieved A We do not
say that Dr7 Channingiviews are jn all
respects sounjd j bu wejsay that his: trav
elling is in the track. that leads to truth, 5c
that he employs his fine powers asGod meant
that" the hu man iotel fect sho ul d be em p loy -ed.
: Neither do we.think that religion is
no" what it ought to be in. Aniet ica,t but
we predict thatiUt '.'H ultimaly5-aear
there in its highest lustre and
f for this simple reasonthat she has not an
establishmentholdirig ou t ;; bribes i to . a;ni-
i," to take ax-set nfcopinlons
on t nist t hemse I ves? an d to arjue ; of cla
mour down those' who call theu; in 4ques,
tron, or sf ekjtruth. in an. honest . spiri t.--IVc
confess that the portion ' ofi a: teacher
"of theolbu'nderaniDfj- WealthyChareh
if he has an v capacUy for original thinking,
always etcif ea urw risifiility. He is to
he must take ipecial care, a s he values hit
: einofu men ts,noto iliscoverohe.sirigle idea
which dos not exactly :qda3 with the
notions esfabiished as candnal of; fifhby
persorjs comparatively tinenlightened some
centuries ago 4
tics, teaching his
his lers and
arus tied, is a pe r fee t : i ma ge of such an
: intrnfhif J S When wethink pfHorsley
and VarburtbnV men wltose mental vigor
y a s o i ly matched by the i r a r rpga nee, pi ay
Jng the part of buIiieVnfl 'blutereHf
fVnc of at crcetf extrenly diflrent; tojsay
"the leas t f i r ,'f ro tn w h a 1 1 h ey ou l.d t hem -elv
rs hay e f rane !,' w'e tu rn wit h fre s h de
1iht t Or.; Chanhing,-who is.enualtv great
Mn Intel I ect.su penof in moral temperament
und ettka trith wiihas much zearas they.
soiiglii wealth C and ; po we r.Bu t men ta J
rnngtjhv; 'There are Jeocepttonst in the
extracts behiw which" wouhl have, eruanat
: fl, we think, from hot other mind in ex8
iienre but Dr. Chan ning' ';; fand' whtchf
. vou Id ei ther n e r. rh a y cit been .'generated
therefor ,leaVneyrgiyen the ory,
had he been iasfjchijn
; t abl i h n e n t b vfa m bitioi Vj jt V ar;Ve
have, little doubt th it Ihis gifted inan fiVut
of whin, if intellect werf divisibie, jui
"grn cut a whole Bench of iiishop, twice
, ovr, is ministering totMne Congregation
f.p four or five hunilfed poiihclsa vean
''Lhe proud df nroducin
ff .sucn a .writer :
wejoufjt- tfHheirJkonwJedgrtUf: sum
f'Vthe extracts givenwe
t'lc! th'eVpce we usual! v devote to such
; e;Fhis pr
Ui recomvntntl Uh Cfianning'si Theolgtcal
i.r ?tUre, ahfifrom ititr belief tjiat Very jfew
copies of it are'likfiv to reach Scotland; '
i .y y .. -. . - . . .. ;s . At
Tft E )S A 13 BAT iV. ?M. S:
"HJ?ffect s : pkflltmg It fii a7sf ric t iei
vJnce if tho ft ihs-Uk - v trfA fri 'l
.- f r - w f--r' i v t iiitf
yet we a re to I d Vri nceiy. re,v enue.s a re
necessary tod raw hi? ; tl 1 of Jtil en ti ti i iiJ; th e
3'.' summary means io
A I will acquaint "vou vith a truth, that
above forty years experience and. strict ob
servation or mysett, nave assuredly, taught
me. x i nave nee n, near mty years, a man
as much conyersanti in business, and that
of moment and j importance, as rnott men
ana lwui assure you I was never under
any inclination to fanaticism, enthusiasm,
or superstition. . v 1
Irrall-this timei I have mostNndustri-
ously fibserved, in myself and my concerns
uiese inree inmgs :4 -
1. Whenever I have undertaken any
secular business on the ..Lord's day, (which
was not aosoiutely and .indispensably- ne
cessary) that business never prospered and
succeeded well with' me". VNav. if I had
set rhyself ! thard ay but to forecast or de
performed afterwards, though such forecast
were just and honest in itsel f, and had as
fair a." prospect as could be expected, yet I
have always bet ri disappointed f mlthcVefr
ng, or in ihe success of it. -. So that it
grew almost proverbial with me, when any
mportuned me to any secular business that
it to succeed amiss then they might desire
my undertaking or it upon that day. And
this was so certain an observation of ine,
that 1 feared to' thfnk of.-any secular busi
ness that day, because the resolution then
taken would be disappoioted or unsuccess-
'r 2. That ral ways; the more "closely
applied myself to the duties of the Lord's
day, the more happy and successful were
my business and einployinents of the week
loliowingk.i so that I could from, the loose
or strict observance of that day, take a iust
Iiiuapcvt. anu irue xaicuiauoii tui my tempo
ral success in the ensuing week.
-3, Though my; hands and mind have
been as full of secular business, both be
fore and, since i was a judged as it may be
any man's in England jet i never wanted
time jn my ix days" to ripen and fit ray-
fceii lor.ine, Dusmess anu . employments; i
had to do, though I borrowed not one min
ute from the Lord's day to prepare for it,
by study or otherwise. Kui on the other
hand, if I had, at any time, borrowed from
this day any time, for my 'secular employ
ments, I fuund it did further me less than
if I had Iet.it alone ; and therefore, when
some years experience, upon a moittitteu
tive and vigilant observation, had given
me this instruction, I grew peremptorily
resolved never in this kind to make a breach
upon1 the LordVday, which I have now
strictly observed for above thirty years.
This relation is. most certainly and experi-
meptally true, and hath been declare.! by
me tc; hundreds of persons, as I now tic
clare iito yuui" , i
f A nobleman, in the early part, of the
reign of Louis Xy I, having a very vicious
hotse. which none ot the grooms or ser.
yants wntd ride, (several of them having
been thrown, and one killed,) askd leave
of his ajestyCto have him turned loose
into the-Wenagerie, against one of the lar-
gest lions Tlie king readily consented,
and the-animal; on a certain da v, was
conducted thither. : Soon after the arrival
of the . horse, the door ol the en was
drawn tip," and the 'lion - with great state
and; majesty,, marched slowly to the mouth
hf iti ?wlleni!seein? his antoonist, he set
un a' trehiehdous roar." The horse i m me
tliately startled and fell back ; his ears
were erect, ms mam was raised, nis eyes
snarkled, andsomethiiig like a general
convulsion seemed toagitate his whole
frame.' " After the firit emotions of fear
hail subsided," the horse retired to a cor-
ner of jthe menagerie, where, having di
rected his heels; towards the lion, and ha v
iog feared hi5,heatroyer his left shoulder.
he watched.1, with extreme eagerness tle
motions of his: enemy. The lion, who
nresentl v quitted the d en. sidled about for
more than a minute a if meditaMng the
iri od e o f a 1 1 ac k f w he n, h a v i ii g s u ffi ci e h t ly
nrepared himself fiirlthedtnbit, he : made
udderitinrir at the horse, which de-
fniiilpd itseif bv stnkinz its adversary a
mbstrvioleni Blooil the chrst-1 The 1 bn
I ii s ta h tly re treat edrgrotied, and seem ed
for several minaTes. inclined to give up the
conVest.' lien recoveringom the painful
pffpAtithei blow, fife returned y to the
nhirffMWith lunabdtioir violence. The
mode of preparation" for this second attack
was'the same as the first.; He siiilel fiHm
tin esid e o f t he n e nager i e.. t o' the. other for
a considerable; Ume, seeking a favorable
opporiunity to sieze htV prey ; lu iog all
whicnVtfm the harse vs'illpreserVe(i the
slme-posturerid still kept his heM erect
and turnetl over hjs shoultier. The
at lerfgth gave alsecimd prig wiih all the
s i re ngth and' ye loci ty-n e cou J h e e i c i se,
when the horse caught htm with tjie nuol
on;lhe u nde'r jaw, which he ' fractured.
llaviiigVustain'ed a secimd, and more se
vefe eepuiseiin the lion. re:
treiled to'liiile n awell asjie wasable,
Wpparentl v in the greai est agony, moaning
arr'tiretivaf'iniiei roost' lamentable, irtau-
ot, as,no ever cfared to approach ,he
f. TK K;.rf tva'soon ODU2:ed,.to De
t-Ohribaj Drunken Jiasband.
iWe5VWteiiiTtel'l igencer refutes' the
a Tnge h e f req u e n t i n ul ts a njd i nj u ri e&)
sue jiau rfceiTPii iriiiii npr nriinirpn nart
ner. -She 'had married him 'w its
phsp?ct of enjoyi ng competency! and hap
piness ; but in th e: cou rse o f t h e vear h e
joined himself to a club of merry Yellows,
and became a toper. T She bore bis abuse;
&l even his blows, for a Jong lime, with no o
ther complaint but her v tears- bu' at length
her situation became sn."int'n!p'rkbli.- i tht
he could , endure it no fonser." IShe resol
ved on a desperate "expedient ;; ihd on his
return from hiiiual linnnf ' liccin.tmn '
jtst drunk enough tojea ve him strength to
neat her, sh put her plan in execution.
8 soon a he was fast aslpn. cKp eptvpil
m u p J tr a sh ee t wi t h f a v s t robe t wine.
leaving him only a littleVnace tb breathe;
She then packed up her clothin,MiIressed
her child, saddled a; horse arid" waited
calmly for her husband to wake from , his
slumbers. At day Hffht Jie besran to move
and finding the predicament he was in.
ppured forth a torrent of curses upon his
Hi f't ordering tierta release him linstantly.
fehe arose, took do wn a raw hide which he
had often exercised;u
and abbroachinar'the bed. with tier feet com-
-.:.. . . y - i - ... O' ,T. . - - "i
ppsu re, recounted the- injuries she had. re
ceivedthe ruin he had brought Upon hiio-
T -." wii'cii sue ei
rd.:heivuflringsV-'ahd even dec
slie thejyed him as she did her
-but sKeiiould "endure his tvran i
acn oiiy lainuy, wun wmcn sue natl enuu-
a red that
-t-but sKeiiould endure his tvranhv no Ion-
o er- she wasjgoj hg to her Ta t he rs house,
taking nothing but her child and a few articles-
of clothiriffV before she Went, how-
ever, she had n painful account to settle
w ith h i m'.l Suspecting h e r J n ten t i on , he
promised amendment, but she commenced
the work of flagellation with Tall thj? strength
she could exert $'he cried for mercvi and.
attempted to extricate, hims lf but his
arms were too firmly pinioned 5 he rolled
foin the bed tortile floor, but hi wife kept
the whip moving until she thouf t she h id
pretty well re-paid his kindness, when she
bid htm good i morning,-took up ler chiul
mounted herhorsej and rode au ayShe
called at a p'eighbours house, ma le known
tfe situation of her hu-banj, and request
eu that, at a certain hour, he miht be re
leased, which -, was accordingly done.--Shame
and mortification overpowered his
bjive.pf drink : he lived sobe5rly, for. a 'year,
When his wife consented to rern toNhis
house and they have since lived happily
and affectionately together, raising up a
numerous and well onlereu family.
From the Pawtucket Chronicle,
' LOST CHILDREN.
In a thickly populated village ike oiirs,
and that population made up, in a great
measure of children, nothing is more com
mon than to aee, of an evening, an anxious
mother, looking for a little wand jrer, who
hjas strajed from its parental hone, Vo the
vicinity of the mills, or the r ver. On
Sunday evening List an instance,,of this
kind was witnessed at Vliey Fusils in this
vicinity. . A; Mrsr Carpenter missed to
wards the close of the day, her, little boy,
aged four years. -She waited uijtil dark,
with an anxiety that mothers ouly;can know
and still her boy. her " dear boy." as she
said, came not.' At thi time a Mrs. Slo
cum, who resided in the same hobe, went
with her to seek him. 1 The village, was a-
larmed. and every oart of it searcpied with-
out effect. And as a last resort Ithe water
was drawn from the flumes of the. mills.
The -mother stood' by, watching lor the bo
dy of her. son, when a .murmur from tlie
crowd said it w;is discovered -a corpse
tvas drawn from the water her soul al
most left; its frail tenement, when it was
brought before her, and she strained her
eyes to behold again the features of her
lost Daby -she gazeu once anu again wun
tenfold interest ; then gave a shifiek qf joy
far it was not the child of her bosom, but
the son of her neigh bor, M rs. Slpcuui, the
Very woman who had come with her to
ouje, fur the lost one, and, who had not en
tertained a fear for the safety ob her own
oftspi iog. liiit short to her was tnat mo
mentary triumph, lor ere her surprise was,
over, anoiher lifeless body was taken from
the same trench, and" she knew it, as
fmid n;irpn t knows its own. Ihev had
bVeu1: fishingi as was tdld j by th6irj:fishin2
rod?i found near : one of them If
II in, and
t be o ther was pn ba b I v a v i cti m ,
b!e attempt to rescue huu from
in the no
ahd untimely grave. ryvery attej
mpt to re
suscitaie them proved iruiuess.
God's mercies rare more
tell, and theytare more than we
for all the world, in the abyss o
vine tnerciesis like a man divirfgjnto the
bottom of the sea, over whose! head the
waters run i insensibly and -unperceived,
and yet the weight ris vast, and 'the. sum
of them immeasurable 5 'and; tie man is
not pressed with' the burden, nOr con
founded with the numbers;; andj.no obser
yatioh is able to recount, ho memory large
enough to retain, no unaersianumg great
enough' toWeheud 'His InfinUy.T
o. . Yr . : . Taylor. .
J - '"' ; U- - 'i -
Uli evcrjf tlljilg 111 v icaauuauic u.iv iv-
;ious mariner, ;that; jou" may be glad
that God i s etre ry wh ere presen ti a nd s s es
and observes all yottr a(ion8.-t
Jne beasona.--Perhaps. the shortestandl .n, "' TTVfnT JirlT'T?
rriost charactemtic poem on "The Sea- j ti iU-lij
son;V extant, in our language, consists in v - , t t -the
following series of triplet rhymes; said V V : "
to have been delivered imnromnru bv She- v sj' '
rid an, as indicative of,tie English charac
ter oi twelve months of the year :
- Snowy--F!owy Blowyi" v v. ;
Showery Ffbwery Bowery.. '
' 5oppy Moppy Poppj s
' Breezy Sneezy Freeiy; ;
Arc. Irishman" blistering his finders "in
drawing on a pair of boots. exclaimed
ick,-1 shall, never r get; them
on till I wear
r-vi vv. - ;.;x
HEWSON'S PRIZED LISTi
TheNeW-Yvrfc Consolidated LaUervf"
y... v VJ p. ; ,ht -o- 'V-v-;
No. 22; 19. 1 1. 41. -34 .37.
No, 11. 19. 22, a Capital Prize xf 10.000 dol-
lars, sold in tour quarters : a ticket with any one
01 iue urawn numoers jo. ;; : -- ' ;-:
" Dra wi ng of th e V r C '-
: Grand Consolidated Lottery .16th ClasHs
No. 57. 6f). 48. 29. $0 47: 11; .15. 44.
No. 48. ! 57. 60; Capital " Prize of 15000 Dol
lars. Any one of the drawn numbers $5. Uenew
our small prizes or sehil your orders for tickets
111 the . ' ' - . :
Dismal Swamp Canal Lottery , 21 1 Class, i
Draws m Bichmond on..Wednesdayt?16th inst.
oU number Lottery 9 drawn ballots. - ,
'! - V.SCHEME; . ' . " "j
Prize of 10,000 Dollars'
, 500 Dollars
- $0 Didlars ,
Whole Tickets g5. Halves
I j ters I 25.
Orders enclbsmg cash or prize tickets, by nuil
or private conveyance, will meet with the same
attention as it on personal application -Address
! B. W. HEWSON,
Sept. 1 829. Pe tersbu rg.
State of North-Carolina,-
Guilford County .1 j V
Harbert Tatem and wife Elizabeth, Sion Tatem
and wife Futsey, Wilson VV. Doak and wiH
Hannau, James Billinsly and wife Rebecca.
Claiborne Watson and wife Nancy, Wilkins Os
tium, tamuna Ogijurn, John Ogbum, ..Ni
cholas Ogburn, Samuel Dniiel and wife Pris-
cilli, Charles Offburn and Eilmuhd, Oirbuni.
infant heirs of Wm. Obunij dee'd. by their
g'uaruiaiiyfcuJmunu Ugourn. . t r
Is EauiTT. Petition for sale of Lands.
TT appeanofr tothe satisfaction of the Gourtl
JL that a part of the defendants in this .case are
not inhabitants of this State, it is therefore or
dered by the Court, that publication be made
for six week in the Raleigh Rejriiter for them to
appear at the n.xt term' of .this Court to be held
tr the county ot Guilford on the t'Hirth Monday
aner isie itmriu M nm ty or aepiemoer, 10 nieaa
to, answer or demur, or the petition will be heard
ex parte and judgment awarded accordingly.
a., utility, o. AJ. t.
August Ji, lav. 5
To the Atockholders of the Bank of. Cape- j fvf19 JOHNHAYWpoD is prepared to ac
i ! l Fear. :.; I jjUjL cdm.m'odit'e' irWnfyte thirty" Members
THK letter of Louis D. Wilsori, Esq ; in be-
half of the Commissioners appointed by the
State, being under consideration. Resolved, That
the President do advise said Commissioners, that
kit is deemed necessary and expedient to consult
I 0.-a;.m -ik. i k. ...u;-. .
the Stoclcliolders in reference to the subject mat
terof the communication ; and-further, that the
President of the. Rank of Cape-Fear be, and he is
hereby tully authorised and empowered.by virtue
of this Resolution of the Boardof, Directors," to
call a general meeting of the Stockholders of the
Bank ot Cape-Fear, to .convene on the 2d Monday
ot November, pext at the Banking House in Wit
mington,then4ihd there to consider.of their inter
ests irenerallv 1 and Csneciallv to siernifv how t'ar'r
r ' r. I
in what wav r aiid u Don what - terms, thev tliei
Stockholders, would consider it advisable, to co -
onerate with the General Assembly in the estiB-
1 if ...... i :..L 1 . i 1 v '
by virtue of my office as President ofthe Bank
J ninr: imtir. J hrr,Kvntn
StockholdersFbf said Bank,, tJveetUt their
Banking House in Wilmington, tiii the 2d :Moii-l
day of November, next,- then and there to consid
er of and to act upon tbe matters and thing as
set form in the above Resolution. - j l . ,
; J. R. LOND OS 'resiiienL
sept. 2. J:- f-y-.- : v5-4t. .
v. y; -r t
"OROPOS ALS will be received by Wm. Peace,
X Esti. at his Store in Kaleigh, until the 1st
Saturday ;in Nov. itext, for a Contractor to take
charge ot, t he Poor of Wake county, t the p,or
nousts tnereqi.. mere arevaoout pauper
well provided with, Houses,'cookmg-UtensiU.and
other neCessanes Tor their-convenience.v There
nsnmem 01 a iuw nana, oy uie consoitaauon, or ,,v,fc f u7
othei-wue of those now in existence Copy from the Coorthousa door aforesaid by the Sheriff cf.
the Minutes. s JOHN HILLj CuthieTi .- ?id county,; requiring the; said Ann M iria Uar- "
In accordance with the above Resolution, and to PPJ A an8ers she w required ta ;
s alsts a good Plantation, Houae, and Gnst-miU improvements ire all hew, and finished in the
for, the use of the Contractor. A The Contractor best mannep they consist ot a Dwclh'ng House
is desired t to Mate his terms tor turntshinir the! nintn'minst Atrht rooms with fire nfa C- Ilwts"-"
said; paupers with tooil and rairrieiH tor one yearlpassav cits. Sec.' a large Bam: and Stables
bythe. head- with the adddioii of the iM'dl and other necessary Clulhouses. There are se-
P I an tat 1 oil, to commence from the 1st day of. I ho.
ivext If desired? Cash will be paid ,in advance
Bond and approved securityrwill be required..!
Cterk of the Court of Wardens.
0 Wake county, 20th Aug. 1829. - ' '6QQ3w
Of1, various, descriptions'nejltly .executed
' .at thw Uihec, -
1IIE Subfcriber inf rir.s Ms fr'er.t
f.UDiic m peners!, tfist he J123 takr-h clv-r
of thai we'd known Ur f f 7;ntt ri." .aumt, i
merly occupied bv Vjy.,e J , ic ii !!ie c't
Reiqli; ne.ir the' Ca-it , I..r j I is T';l -
u luriusncu wun xne i)Cst the country ;
sons aitord, n.3 beds in fine order, and hr rooms
commodioilsand neat. - Ui Subies "will be well
supplied with - irood nroveiur. atii.1 . !i
care.ful Ostlers, c his House, with ood Servants.
,,ieswi! prode"conyenient Sheds "under .which
iiio sneiter u
Jatmes. Ciigs, tc: ; "He hopes thativ
with oil these, comforts; and his own unremitted
- . v ' y oj . . w v. -j
attentions to please his giiests; id merit and re-
tht thejMembe of the Jfi-riera) Assernaiv will
call on him, as his charges will be moderate and
umc ui puonc patronagre. lie also nopes
I his accommodations good.
!-!v'r:;Ms.'s -rltOBERT PERRY
Tlaleigh;-August 19, . : , I'-'' 2
TTTILLt AMS &. HAYWOOD have just re
; v v ed from Baltijriore; a supply oV .
X 'Red Clover Seed,' : '
Zi jOrchard "Grass, v dr;"
;'f;Which they offer id Agriculturalists cn
teroisi" u-x -;''-. ."i'i"' - .
RaleighSepn 3 1823. : x y i. J.: Z
' JUST EULIilSHED
CONTAINING besides the Artroboinl cal C r.I
cuUtions,. Essays dn:Agriculture, .Valjabl
Medicyl and Miscellaneous Ueeeipt?i Anecdo'es.
a list of the Members, of; the '.'next "Legislature"
snd 01 the Officers of the State and General Go
vernment; time of :-holding the differeut Courts,
nus Aimanacx may te had wjiolcjale cf th
Publishers, Raleih ?.of lr. Edward .). Hale, ;
Observer Office,; FayetteViller and of Mr.Salmbu
lialU Bookseller New Bern i and retail.', of most"
1 ot the S tore Keepers in th e: State;
Sept. 1829. .
fT0 the Jail of Buncombe. County," iv. C. od
. JL I the 15th of July Ust, a runaway Nefiro niarii
tvho calls bis name' GEOUGEv and sys.he belongs-
to Elis Bnck, in J.aarenA d i st rie f , S . C .
Said neaTo appears o be about twentv-f- ur vear
old; " rather "slender bu.Ut.but tall. ; The owner ii
requested to come forward tad .take hir.i n . ay,
acconling to law,-.-v.
; , : yWJI. COLEMAN, JaHrr. .
AshevHIe, Nt n.-7th .Aupr. 1029. . ?
rBlHE Subscriber havlhadded very
aoiv 10 uis uouse ana oinerwiss imnruvM
it, will be preparedi at the approaching set "a!!
of the Legislature, to aexomrnodate with B oard,
from 40 to 0 Members.
BENJAU1N S. KING.
Raleigh Sept. 1825;
.f HS. 1'AUSLEY will be prepared to sccot;.
i'-S..- commodate 12 or 15 Members oftht? f; n.
I eral AssemDIv witli Board. ' ?h cc-..,o,
j who may farorher with thefr .'company, that th
1 utmost ex nions shall be used : to. render their
I situation7 agreeable.
1 Raleigh Sept. 2. s; : ; - J 40 ri n.
" Ikk"- 3r" H wno
"kJ,? 2 patronage, J hat no ex- '
ZiT , :comior e.
-.Vct V. 1P I -Lr-i -
a iu m. i a cc t
-J v w i ? " V' .ucilc,u ruut?s DCr ; !
.tboie m the mam budding. ; t ; . v -c
N. B." The favor ofi early aDDlictions is re1
Raleigh,. Sept. 2 1829
State of NortliCaroliiia. "
' ' ' Wayne County.. ' ' -;
S uperior Cou rt of La w-$ prihgTerrri ' 1 S29,
Jesse Garden r. Ann Mtria Harden. 1'
Petition for Divorce."5
N this case; a subpoena and alias havihjr beea
l ftjissued,and the Sheriff' of Wayne county
making: return thereon thit the defendant waa
1 nAf rfi r fiAnf rtFnJlmatii
was ordered by the Court tHat publication, tor
rc ponlto bmadclh the Ital?J3h Star, and
thejtaleib Register, giving notice to the said
defendant, 'that unless she, appear at the - next
Superior Court, of law to be held for the county
of Wayne; at the Courthouse in Watnefiborough,
the first 'Monday after the fourth Monday cf aep-
tember next, and then and there to answer or
demur to said petitioni judgment twill be taken
pro confesso and beard ex parte.. 1 . ' - - '-
i r ' , i :v N. WASHINGTON, Clk. ,u-
Price mdv. fJ.25.-iV-:;:.-,,.'69 "
FOR; SALE !
TT WISH to sell the pUce within: a mile cf Hills 7
J JL borough, on which I no v reside. '' There are
1 205 acres, about one dialf cleared J ten r
iHdw land and the balance in wn.wl " ts
- 1 vfat never falling Snrinsr of the bet water on
- 1 the tracf,and a larrevand :u ell selected fruit
- ' j Orchards X 'X-; V. '.' ' ; . r:-i 4
vl wilt sell this 'property .'onthes most' liberal
lerms--citner tot money on easy creuiu-or wav
exchange it for Negroes or Western lands. . - 0
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. 'Application may be made byje.ttvrio the sub t
senber.' at llillsbsrouga'" 1
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