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' r 'MONDAY : SEPT. j 14," 1 829. ; -
rSTcxamin;Vtioir which ; we have.
Bafove find that proportion of new
Ccmbers in oor next Lepslaturei will be.
- Ai"riin we have' ever before
J- ThtPmiteniiafy cm;kappears to be ;
iisin0, in-importance $ it beingourid fronv
Yncricnce,-io be the cheapest, safest, and
"uiofrt rational tnofle of, punishing offenders
ffainst' the. jaws. Ill the new Prison at -
X,vnds, the Supcrintendant,: sajs tliathe
Vili ask-iib .'greater privilege 'from the
"State; when; the Pri.io'n Js completed 'than
tKfe'eartith'oftheV.coyvkts above every
aspcnse for food, medicat attendance; mo
ral instrbctionkee'ping&c; and that he
vili -enter into .bonds; to .release the State
from all uTtlier.ch.aTges- fijie,: current
expenses, in consmeration oi receiving uic
proceeds-of the labors of the convicts. ;
hepfesent Jiane: peculily dis
wc cohsidfer how great is the demand; for
the proddct.ons.of nature anil art prising
from a rapid increase . of papulation and
progressive vilizatioti; Every; on is.
solicitous to improve hi$ o wn resources- 5
and 1:hus the power of invention is exert-. :
on almost ever4kipd, of production.
"We have just read with much satisfaction
an interesting r le
Davis Esq .' $0" the;Secretarj of the .Navy,
on tlie expediency, of -usjnCotton can
vass for the sails of our vessels,1 in pre
ference to the Holland & Russia Duck.
ilr.'lMyis respectfiillreiquests that.tlie
Secretary will cau se an expe ri men ttobe.
inadein the Naval service (brthe purpose
of lksertaining - its - comparative cost,
strerigth, durability, ad vantages and Mis
ad vantages "The Secretary: informs M ri
b.' that he has ordered a full suit of sails
for tlie Peacock 'fitting", for sea, , to be
niade of Cotton canvass. : -From th 2. cer
tificates accompahyirig this corr?spdn
dence, there is no doubfof the vasUsupe--riority
of this material, in the cor struc
Hion of sails, over that made of Hemp.
-It is said to hold "wind better and to mako
"one mile distance in' six. It costs less
th an th e H61 land Du ck a n d far o u t-l asts
pt, for it never mildews; One of the in
ytlividuais who testines j toUhe durability
of the Cottoti ! Canvass states, that; the
Ship Galen, under his command, perform
ed a voyage to Batavia, Amsterdam, and
hack to Baltimorer thence-to Matanzas,
Amsterdam & back to Ba Hi mo re thence
akain to MatanzasYroai thence to St Pe
tersburc: in Russia and back toBaltiinore,
arid that the ioriginal sails, are Vnow ijuite
sumcient for second .voyage to tlie Pa
cific, which he is now going. Should the
Cotton canvass come into general use, it
will prove of immense benefit to the Sou-
them States -i- 'y'-hlU"- iv''':.---;-
:More GoM)te Fredericksburg Are-
na, of Tuesday 6aysr--Ve have been
shown, to day, - b v the President of the
" Virginia Gold-mining Company'5 now
working ln Spottsylvania. county, on the
farm of M r. Marshal I Job nsonV the res'u It
r their labors for fourweeks, It consists
of 1200 dwts of native gold, the value j of
which is som ething like SI,200. the
prospects of the Company are ; flattering,
and the amount which ve nave seen may
he considered, bu t as the earnest of their
futu re success' The' average! .value of
their mining is about ;340-per day ! r
i Remains ofa Muinithii Ws(&iefl
in the Chambersburg feiinyi varus itepos
orv that the1 tooth of i ;M dm i.toth5: and
;ait nl toe j 4.w-ofie,xo vvtucu 11 wus ii
Uclieil, have just been?; discovered in ;that
!:uniy5;VThe hyiidiemployeJijn Mukiiig
n tul-raceof a?ii!l, cameiupon tbem a-
i eu. it in spvtin Trtt in iene-th.': fourteen
t'icufs in 'rtrcfimrereQce-anileigh
Ti) pounds; v Olher bons weredisciivered,
H-they al Kti-o o.b! fVT 1 51 so ed lately mi-ex-
l ure tu ilu? atr. Thei enamel -or outer
j ruat f ih t iioilrw s very lirin,- and difii-
These ?g 1 ntlcf re maWs 'prd much .food
;' curWity and 'wonder ; butfinost vt the
eorie u hich havegrQWtL , outf 't heir
icoverv. '.'hivl. .L' rvil':toVviittleelse
tnan to dihplaT'the profound;eVudition?of
.?!o . wfio spend a great" portion of (t heir
'"'e 1U unnrnfiruhln bneridations. . : v
.rm r w - - :
inown. v-Therc will be iuo new ipresen-
utlves,v3;:. in the Senate and 73:in:the
Hduseof ComnSons. r'' -
hout seven f et .below, tliesu rface of the
earth. The V. tooth wafl taken up- nearly
pei fin t. having Vustaitied some. i r.j n r jfrom
thewot k men" beforeritV-atore' wa;d co v-
u OrK wisn. a J)icK, uie mihci jmi i,
had. UocOiiit ia sVioie degree softened, but
ltycni a beautiful, whiuness.
pmcai uepartcient are m superb style, andft;,ye copy the folio winj passages on, the
rrom. the sample fye have seen, the Soure-
mr f:183 s Pccessors;
t'ua " ' n, Yr 1 r ' -f
; t l t uV1"BpeaKin5,,
the case ,pf.Mr.-. John Jackson who recent
ly has been both? appointed, and dtsap-
pointed by the President, says he '' has I
gatned a. factitious consequence; far,
yondiwhathisiaracr;6r capacity Vould
entitle Mraf to." We have V slight per
sonal acquai n tan ce only with -Mr. Jack
son, but we are infornied by ; those: who
khow iiini well; th'at he is' k man of ac
knovvledged respectability, aiinst whoni
no imputation can bo brought uith truth,
derogatory to the character c of a gentle
man., ' . ''''.'
appointment by Ihe President Sav age.
Mikrckpn, of Pennsyl vania;to be Consul
of the United States at Martinique.'
The' above, which we copy from the.
Philadelphia Inquirer of Saturday, shows
to whom the President intended to give tlie
appointment of Consul; at Martinique,
when in consequ ence of a 5 misapprehend
sipn of the person,5 the com mission was
sent tq Mr. John Jackson; There is such
a remarkable resemblance in the names of
the two gentlemen; that the mistake of the
President was not at all! sifrprising. We
think it h igh ly probable i that one even!
Mre hareul tharihe haSs been in the dis-"
tributioh of commissions, might;: through'
VVmisapprehension as to the person 'in-:
tended to be appointed,' direct one to be
sent to John Jackson . of Nortfi-Carotinc
i nsteud bf Savage JJicrcken, of Pennsylva
nia ' j p -. -'? J-$ : Vl-'r ' ' 'NaL Jour
:rLarge Grope. e , have received,
from a citizen, a communication stating
that Mr. Adam Lindsay, of this city; af
ter reading the notice of the large grapes
in South-Carolina,, publisheti in the Intel
ligencer of the Sd inst. selected from his
near the .Navy ' Yard, two
grapes, one a', Georgia bullus, weighing 82
grains, and the other an Italian grape call
ed the Roman Plum, weighing 135 grains.
Ivlri .Lindsay has taken much painsVfbr
several years,' to procure European- vari
eties ot the grape,- and -has cultivated
them with much success. ; His vin
is worth visiting either for pleasure or in
struction. xVcf. Int. ' 1
xphrihg,;JSeditioiiuSnce the fail
ure of the j above enterprise under the
sanctiou and patronage of j government,
at the last session of Congress, we have
occasionally heard that some spirited ex
ertions have been made," and with success,
to carry the expedition into effect, by
uniting it with -some enlarged ; 'views of
the: lur lrade in the South Sea and Pa
cific ocean. We have reason to believe
this report well founded, 5c that the public j
will ere lopg be put in possessionof par
ticulars, reflecting the highest'-credit on
the enterprise of our merchants, and oth
ers, engaged in; it-iVV York Couri
. .-c0. 4,.- ,; ,1; -'- ; rv-,, -
7 Educdtibnin Germany, f the informa
tion given in a French paper on this sub
ject be accurate, the lower orders of the1
German population are among the most
favored in the world. ' It is sid that the
system employed throughout Austria for
spreading instruction among the lower
orders is attended with great success.
In each village are schools, the masters ff
which are paid by "government. No one
is allowed to marry who cannot "read,
write; and show some acquaintance " with
arithmetic i and under a penalty, no mas
ter can employ a workman who is not a
ble to read ami - write. Small works on
nuiral ; subjects veri tte h wi th great care,
arecirculate() among 'the' lower classes
Hence 'crimes are extremely rare ; and in
the-cou rse of a twel vemont h' sea rc ely t wo
executions take place at Vienna.
trlf - - v -;; Boston Courier. ,
Something thing like
the . folj'owTngiV,tWentyl-years 'ago, would;
have' led the good people of many a place
like; this, to '-.believe; that 'sjome supernatur
ral agent had been at his diversions, to
? astonish the natives' with feats of dia
bolical skill. Mr. Camfield a respectable
sin ith o f this village .i n forms , u s,: ; that
sometime last week, he had constructed;
a peculiar fire on his forge, of bituminotis
coal, to take what' he technically terms 'Jaj
weldinglieatlf ; Tlie 4ire. was covered in
uch a 'mariner us to allow little or no heat
to escape, and nothipg but the smoke, J Or
asihal I "blue aflame appeared above r the
roof Of cbali ' After blowing for , some
time, he had occasion to stop his bellows
tor a tewrseconos, anu woei tue wuu
which waiaii :; explosion of j his1, bellows x
yv th "a I report reseiiibl i n g - th a t o f gu hf
powder; The clapper 01 nis oeuows was
plit,;and the leather torn from the wood
short respite given ; to liis bellows had
converteu.it into a smucici,. u . ...v
contrarV motion of the, bellows ,pole had
drawn fire from the forge.; Had the bel
lows Wn fully charged, serious conse-,
qiiences. might have been the. result.
Mr.' Camfield may be grateful that he lives
Ttr ail enlightened age, as another century
might have subjected , hi m tp the charge
and ordeal of a wizzaro Gctffaf Regi
v'kthnn Thase. .President ;ofv Ken von
College, has given police to the rnemU
and nefactofs.,f;thaf institution, that by
the thiddle of, this month;; 110 feet of the
CoNege Stone builUings,;lour.sioiies uig.
tended the bellows was directed ( to. blow
aaiiV lie accidentally tiiaile a reverse rnb-
ifkn witli Mhenole; the'; consequence ?pf
sdbject of Currency from a fcommunication
(n -Albany 'Mi:V':i-;V.C":'V4
.eomc CMrfiicv.--The-vfJestre for a
hneta!,ii currency, whlchhas been 0 uoa
bated Tor a number of years - England,
has lately. received, the attention of ome
Profound writers .They attribute'the pnn-
ci pa I pa r t of t h e - s u (TV ri ns' 0 f t h a t cou n trY
.lo.inis causp,canu. reject ineiueaaa .uu.
ii ' , .t - fit -,
uoiiosonoicai inac me Dteciou meiajM'
t h e a oh ly . J I egitiroate - representation-. viC;
- VVhey say-that gold. and silver, are -.air-ways
brought into he country-t;a: I ots. a-
ntmj; from t freiit. risk; and traos-ship-
nieni f ihiu inai, inere is a consKieraote a-
1,; ......,.it 1 ' : .-'''.. ! - . 1. I .
motint per. cent thus paid by, the country;
jtvluch is, a total loss to it They vassert
Val the expense of keeping op a . metaljjc
curren'cy. in England since I6b&, if :comV
pounded at interest, would no W pay off the
national lrht nf Oronf Itrits.in I '.
; The wear.and tear of coin is rniich great
er than we should fi'-st loiMgine.! Hut by a
i a r r epurt from or ' own mint. !tFeA fact of
its depreciation is made evident by unde-
niaoie lesumony. : iviore ot oase anu cup
ped coin is circulated, th in of countertenV
ed, notes s and all admit tfie inconvenience
of carrying specie to ah y 1 considerabfe a:
Jl Scotch Compliment. The ScntsmanV
after a vvery laudatory riot ice lof .the char-"
peter a rt d w fi tings i of J) r. ha 0 in n pay s
jth e C!ioW i og co m plirnen t to t h e A inefi ca h
Pebnle : lhe Ainericaria mav well be
proud Nof producing such a writer';, but we
Adubt if their knowledge is sufficiently ad-
vancea to appreciate his merit s$f " f
Drying tvetCandles--In a 'iillas;e' not
rr from Chester, a lady entered her kitch
en, and 1 found the f oven swimming with
grease.' On asking the servaojt, a Welch
girl, the cause, the Cambrian ihiid anwer
fed with the greatest simplicity, f Look you
mttres,.the candle was fll in the water.
knd I wasput her. in the oien to drj."
Middlebury College. F. -The annual
iof this institution took
place on the 1 9th
inst- The degree of A.B.
on ' eighteen students,
was 1 conferred
and of A. Mr on nine graduates in course.
jsrown University. The sixtieth Cow '
knepcement ot Broun University, in Frv-
dence, Uh.ide Inland, took plane on Wed
nesday last.; Twenty-one ytuig. giitle
nen were graduated. The e::ercUes of
he occasion were uf a characjter highly
gratifying to th fri. nils of the nstitutioo.
Hie young gentleman wHoreceived the
?ighet distitictiun of hi class, i frooj'S.-'
Carolina. The dean e of A. M. w:is cun-
Vrred in course no 17 former graduates if"
he College. The honorary i pree of
(. M. was conferred on Jos G. fTutteiuLt.
Col. of U. S. Engineers. No medical, and
ho honorary degrees were bestowed.
At a late .Com men cement at Transvl-
Vania (Kentucky) College, the Degree of
A. li. wau cozderred upon eighteen gradu
ates, v ;. - - . I ; . - ;
7'he Seizure. Oh last Sat urt ay evenina
about 10 o'clock, a warish v&nkee knock
ed at the door f Mr. Savage, the collector
f His Majesty's customs for this port, and
u the character of an irdornier. receiv
ed five dollars for pointing out to hiin a
contraband dejxM containing five barrels of
American' jfVVhiskev: J Down Sallied the
collector, hired a"4 tea in for twi other !ol-
trs, rewaided a sailor with a dollar 16 roll
he barrels out of ihe lake wheife they had
peen mu nai toe seizure carjted to the
ceJIars of' the King's auctioneer! congratu-
atiog hnnself on his tjighi'S work, when
Mosley ugisted to hioi tlie propriety of
l:itinr tllfk wrtiril ' Hit tliilualn! unit f.,iin.l
himself the fortunate c;iptr of n barrels
01 pure vaier 01 ijne wprarioi ;
York'JU. C) Mv:
Rice Bread--A Correshonnent of the
iTturnal of Commerce recommends the
it ix to re of rice flour with Wheat flutir in
uaktng bread. It ereat?v imbroves the
uatity. My family" he saVs, ' reside
n the country and I ionic an ejarly oppor-
umty ito sendj a quarter of i ice to mill to
)e ground, in the game mann ?r of corn
ivillmut bo i ting. Vre made'an experiment
witha pound of wheat flour ami a pound
d rice flour in the first plice the rice
itor havinff been swollen-tir scaaded before
X vvas inixed by placing it in a clean ves
el, wilh water, over a moderite fire, as
ice is vntinarily cooked, and t i en knead
ed in with the wheat flour, wet in the uKuaj
jitannerHvith milk in the evening . It was,
ouod, in. the uMirnihg so soft,' 1 .hat it was
tecesary to stir into it four pi unds more
f wheat flour, 'to give it.ih-cr sistency of
jreatl. .Wilh . this addition !the ' loaves
were made, and, the result g Ve us ten
5ou hd s t he , fi nest.bread 1 ev r saw. i, It
as .'of snowy whitenesartender and delw
:ious'to t tasteaiid remained resh much
onger than breadprepa red from looralone.
iiubaeijuen trials Itve satisSe J thaUone
uartef iart of riceflourin ;.ijy be jYriifiia
jfy useo in tnaking breads ihat the weight
i s greatly increased, atid the quality im
proved beyond calculation. ' If ihe publU
nation of this fact shal I tend; tc unite the
i hterests'of theisouth, with the horth by
An udditional Jink, I shall be ha ppy to see
it circulated from one end of ur land to
the other. -'Ihe "trial of it is easv The
result cannot fail to be satislactot y to all
who make it. ?, ... , -
. " Trim? 9 'explanation of the iHfth Com-moitfm'-Pythee.Trimqiioth'
hree half nence ailav out -F my pav when
ihey scrotv tild. "And did'&t thou do that ?
iiaid'Yorick. He'did indeed replied tnV
uncie aooy. ueo, xrun,, suiu si oriett,
ther vvha t dost thou r mean, by .-vhonor-ing'thy
father ajrid mother.,. J,C--v
..Alluwinfir them, a9nt please your honor,
or upon that Dart of the Decalosua i 1 the n&iAft hii.v -
and, I honor ;theetnore for it,i Corporal raro iioclriendshipf her schoolmates Vit'i
TrjmVthan if thoutha'sthad 4hand inthe .8lod4tudiousViering;jiiil retentive, her
Tillriuditfielf.-.m - ' It"88-"1 knowledge wm'o'niSually rapid.
, v V: 11. V ' V- - V Always m a piou tarp.he became more no t.
Vrtr'A'f'i. 777?, " L,ew y?ka beforelierdeatU i She foinl of
Valuable 'ffppiicalion.l-The scum from
doi ling in 0: asses spread q pon tar red brown
papeVi gives," WeV are "desired to 6aV,r by
one wnu nas recently tneq it, etiectuaj ana
prompt relief to the mosV viofent sprains,
Ou r ififor mant sfat-eT that heVnief; with so
s e v e re a . js p rai n ,6 n . M n 1 1 ay V- i n ' j u th pi n g
from 'a vessel, to. the , wharf, if that he .was
una bl e. -t n va I kv a n 1 b ad th ."'co r Us of fh t
leg anij foot so drawn 'up! thar hc'.vnt ?fur.
swuic iiiuc iH me, MfMv vxf.rucianngT pawu
A,inenu suggesieu ine aD ve named, ap
plication, whrch gave i immedia.te. relief
arid he.'was able yestenlay 10 waJ k- to )itj
place of buiines.. Ar. Y. "MerMv. '
V 'T - ; Norfolt. Seotember '
Infant School VV e I ok ed'io;' a Iay or
two aj;o, 11 pun t he I p f a r t S chort I v hi c h a s
beenopened in ihe OrphatiAsyHm, Under
th flioirage of souic. beevoietii" anil"en-i?
lerpii-sing lames 01 our u 'rouy-n ami re
cejved, we must- ny, a grdtditom ihat
we, cannot easily expres.. VV'e had,ho
idea, intjeed, be!tre,,t1iatlit ;-AvaS iiossibJe to
teach such small ereaiures.sOouch useful
ktiowledge of vurhnis' kinds, and in a faui
tier, so peneciiyagreeahiei to- ttmsves
s well a so pleasa n 1 ly il i eVtin to : lookers-on
. 1? u 1 1 n e s y s 1 e m c wh i cli h'ast'beem
invented for teaching them, is ; so happily
I osoph i cal 1 y toh t ri ed, thAt$i C 'itlaiis a hJ'f.
sings t he in i n t a k n u vv 1 edge of i U e fi r$ i:
el emeu 1 s o f mora 1 ami ph jsica f- science in;
ihe- most five I y wa'a nd with . i hie mos t
surprising effects The disci pline," tiio iis-
peculiar, ami. caictii tea to give the little
iiiuigs inc ursi uituii'. .(VU.ogeine' le.
sigh t of l his s hool is certainly one -olthe
tnost pleasing j spectMclea i''sWh;ith';' -wehave.i!
evir enjoyed ; aod We have ihoughtf It 001
ooiy lu poiui 11 out 10 me notice or yir wu
take a ii y interest in uch thingf.-7?rarf.
From the T,ynchhurg Virginian, -i' If
Domestic IVhie We ha ve been kind ly
favor d 1 by Dr. OvensV wii h'llie folio wing
communication and ;r recei pt r ftr ; ina k i ng
Wine from our D. niesiic gr.ipe. ) 'lvii
gentleman,, we believe was the iirin this
neighborhood To at'empt . the experiment,
and has succeeded in lurking a delighlfui
wine of a fi le body 'aid atliinrVd fl tVvr
from i he grape w hir.h. abounds on at most
every plantation, and cid bt procured -at
mile or no cxnensevv lie 'ha. hotvn us A
tnn-e r lour specimens; of the Fox Grape
of a very superior quality, which hej state
have beev thus iitvpro veil by cultivaiion.
One of the . I a rge black, w h ich weighed 1 65
grains Others, f the hite of fiue ap
pearance, but not so large. 'ri't --r-
Gentlemen t jrreeably to yur requesr, T
herewith send yon my receipt for making- Fox
Grapt-.Wihev , My first experiment was made in
1827, an J the' wine has been by some esteemed
as nearly, equal to Madeira --Last year I made
i nirty gallons, out upon broaching, it in the
bprmg1 ; t found it acid, 's was also .a keg oi
wine, made from the comm n Summer rape.
About four weeks since I examined it a&avnV
each cask mtich improved -! am trying some
experiments with each, and belieye I sliali pe
able to make it excellent Wine. ' , "
lam now making.' Wine upon a larger scale,
from the several varieties of the Fox Grape'. ; '
, ltespecdully yotir ob't serv!. i, !. ;
. ' WM. 0VKNg.Vf
RECEIPT FOU FOX GUAPS V lXK;J
To every bushel 'of grapes ad i tw'entjy-tio
quartH of water, mash tlie fruit and permit it to
stand tw"entyfour '-hours;' then strain it through
inen, and to every -''gallon- of juice add two
pounds of brown si-ar fill tUe ctsk about
three-fourths, and Jet it . s'.ahd open for fuUrteen
days, then close the bum?. , 1 4 "-' '""
' . t i ... v , . . . -. J' ;..'' - -. y.y
) - .V.V. .;
In the followinir 'short extract front one
of the sermons of the celebrated Dr. Adam J
Clarke, the reader will find thji opinion of
that eminent divine on rhtrmerits rsir W al
ter Scott's fictitious narratives. It im
mediately foMuw a pass-ijre in which nov
els in cenerd'are inokru nf vith warm'ahd
just reprehension. . Post. Wh'ff:.
Tliere are, however sorae Iron Arable exceptiohs.
There afe, a few writers of this cfuss, wliose sole ,
aim was.to .correct the vicious manners of; the !
age, give aTproper bias to tlie uridersta ndi ng,
and a healthy direction to the feelings of the
hearty svnd who because it was popular, chose
the form j of k novel id con vey theii salutary vin-.
struc'tibnsto' the public; At the hpd of theses
for pidus7nd benevolent feeling stand llenry
Hrooks for gool intention and indefatigable
ponderous labor, Samuel Hichardion : and for
correct conception, masterly delineation, judici
ous colouring1, arid" majestic.- execution AValter
Scott. The first 'leads you directly to God, the
Fountain of light, life, perfection and goodness.;
i ne seconn conduct you inrougn many inreci
roads and fairv bv-Daths to virtue and nrobrielv
ofconduct in the various relations of life. And
to the sources
raises up! not ouv the recollections of p
but places you by inimitable descriptioir, in tne
micjst of fgeneratibns that have lon since Ceased
toT exist, whom, in your Ipresencei, he causes, to
transact all the avocations of their fesoectlve sit
iiaiious in life arid exhibit all the'pcOliarities of
tlie manners ano customs or tneir times, wuiniic
whole train hi thinking and feehngl which gave
them bo th. , iich, writers a these shall haye
from posterity at least, their iist nieed of praise i
and of the general tenor of their wrfc their au
thors 'need never be athtimedS f ; fi .'ir
; i M ARHIE D, S&H"
In, Caswell, on t be 3d inst. Capt. Wm; Matone,
to, Miss Frances VL, Johnson. . r : tvf v
1n Wilmington, Ir. Isaac Northrop to f Mis
S usan 1 1 arriss; daugliter of Wi 1 lta m diarrisi Esq.
' In Washington, Mr. Emanuel Whitfield ' to
Miss Jane Jerkins.
.A' - Communicated.
, ; .DIED,",
j At the residence ot her father, Maj. Jonathan j
Harris, in Mecklenburg county, on theTst mst
Miss Sophia S.-Harrisj' aged fourteen yeawfilef
illness, short and severe, she bore -with ; degree
of 'patience and '- fortitude seldom ! witnessed In
persons of ber tender age- fUi the peace of her
bereaved .relativea nd" friends; "her-. death has:
made & wound mostf painful and laatingrPcs
she" wai"" beloved hy . all who k new -her -none
howevefj but her-intimate; acquaintances; coultl
f Carries yoii through vnaturef and facts
whence history should Originate t
!.-. 'i,rr' '.,. .- : " .
-great cuf.ipo.sure and -iVsignation. , Anxious to",
c lor ,wic bakc or ner parents, sne exprestfd '
a wilhnneas .'to siiomft to the w;M of ,J(p .
mighty, and ajijyeared more concerned about 'an"' '
interstin 'heivKedeemer, tha'Vclesirons to ob-
tsin'relief from the "evpi iy of her suffering!
This interest her friendi a; e ful ly satisfi d vas
secared-ur Xord hjinsclf hns ald. . 1 I6ve '
them that love itie, find thn'e hi set-k ine ariy
sliall find me'- To her, parents hei -loss Vi 11 bti
irrepai-ahle-but let 'itbetfteir consolation that
ih'e.tr !- is Jeriiiu At"k her assfjcia'es u t
vuKi iv- ien iei mem waiK in a.r luoisteos
imitate her 'Viriuesand prepare to nicct-her-in
.Dostir'Uo its, narrow:, house heneathl
r Soul, tii it place "ift . nigh ! ,, "
' . They tiiaY haveeVn thy . !ook in death '
. r No njbf e'mny 'j'eHr to "die."
In FayettevUte Jajnes-' ti'Intvre.'.Ksa.'ft na
tive of Scotland:, .Tliis 'worthy lri.Oi has been a
usefnlcftTacn to Jthai town Tor.neasiy forty yar. .
aiKi ip j every reration offclife he;H3 siistaulcd tlie
most fair anij iinble mishtedjcharaqter;.
GUmbeJandoinyiia years. :;r-S;f
1 h u'mbertotf.':. Ctv-iletii iatV":'Pri' ' W AMs' ;
l ope. j ,.o . - r. -: .j . r . . ,.u ---.j- t. -; -
VjtlWilrairigton Oh ;Satnrd;iylast,: "RlrV John
R. Callendar,' of the late finn of Waddefl & Cal
ledir;,;yf .i S '
i.-in ampsoir county, on the 3d hept. Mr.' Jos. -Stevens-,-sop
. of Charles. Stevens: Esq. "jT : ,
4 in weciiicnour vouiuy, . ou;ine iiVin.UitinKV
Mr.' Joh n BtacV. 'Also Mr.J itigh '" G. Kirk pa- ' r.
trick Jr also, Mr- John Jlarneti, si-n. a 'staunch a kI . '.
MCtiitTe wlugin thelievOlutioir; 'aUoy on i the aamd ;
nqroioienu ftadTesoIved to imke religion her
study for life. - In 'her last ttln'A sh,
Calnrron ti'e. boom;of hy,C5oc; r
' ' - F-ufspirif i.re'st tliecnow T; f ; '. t
; rV" w,''? with ours thy footstep's XioZ,
; '.'llis seal wis on thvjbrovc. f. ; -
: a JU we r Fay ettcivi ?1 ejip nle rthSost."-Vm.
5tbnXAshru'ryiv'oi oFMTv Vuuiiuiii Dori, aged 2
d O a S u nUa t lai'C M r. r A 1 e x h n tier tit SV2eiL ofi .
day:Ir'John:Hi.tersoit :t:y -i .."';'i'.';" ; :
; ifln VV:shiiigt5ji; Wrsttannah? SnotieiConrt
of Capf. nuet-nce.'-'V--. 1.X- -w' ' .
i-ous;ht up tn the present tiineV v ; : r
J" GALES &vsVjN haveust 4ub?ishedV ait ,! "
A)PEN1)1C to KUywood'a'Manual wbich: '.
embraces' thejJLaws passe'd since the year .18 1 A v '
.Under-1' distinct. Iie'ada,v1iri' alnhabetfcaVVrder,' in-.'
at Five Dollraas heretofore.
Orders Will .be instantly, attended, to.'
BEGS leave to inform the public, that he lus
recently received a larsre number of BOOKS '-.
J-which he i ofiera ito sell veiy cheap. Such as ; 4
Commentaries;' TheoIogicallWorks, Histories t
Memoirs, ' 'Bi'bles; Testainenti Hym-? Books, Po
ems, W9rks i on Agriculture aid Family Iteligton ;v
School Booksj and a great variety, of interesting
little iVVork ; for, misceltaneo'usTeadiig calculate
ed to inform: the judgment on many important
and interesting Isubjt ctg', Upd lo bend the mind
to the love and practice of irUie and religion.
The most of" his Books are executed iii the very
best manner.; Peraoni wishingi to VurAi&h them
selyesy wih.am .individual br family .Library cart
be supplied jit reduced; prices! ; li room is oa
Fayetteville, Street b'e't we en the' Courthouse and "
the Palace, at ttiignof 'Uie'tBkii'd''il,'ract , :
leptsit. , , ; ; . i ; - -':'.-. 4 - '"-v '.
.. . .(
FOUND in. toy Store, some time since, a Note -.
made by;;p. BerrVliil)v and Samuel lit
Jldl, to John Mollis; sen for the im jf $70- ,
dated 20th Oct; iib27';pay1lblel
date; The Owner can hae: the same byrappljv
ing to me and paying for ihi advert?semeit. s
' Morven, N, C; th Sept.:i829.: - T
FOR SAL B !
f those -of JastYSesSionv..vhich renders thiv
vyrk.. complete. '"S: J"J f 7r - i. - ' '
j p6r this !din;to ", th HZniii'; rip extra f' ' '
charge ' will be Vraade. '.The iiook Will be ofd
T".yiSl1 to sell the place within a mile of HiHs " -'JV-botuugh'onwhich
205 "acres t about one jialf cleared, ten acrea of .
Meadows; land. and L the balance in wood. The v
improvements are all new,t and finished in the '
"csi iiiancrtiiey,cuiiiai oj a uwciung IlOUSeV
containing eight rooms with firfe places,' besides
passages, closets, &e. a large Barn ' a hd Stables, :
and. other necessary Outhouses. : - There are se
veral never failing "S prihgs of the best-water on
the tract,': and a' large . aird '( well selected . fruit? ,:
brcliardV. yT'::.Tj r:!".': v",- "'-: . f
I will sell this -property on the tnost liberal
tefm'TT-ither for money on easy credits or will
exchange it for Negroes or Western lands. i,
l,iApp1icatioii may emade'byUetter to Vhe sub
scrtbert'at .Uillsborbugb. .,' Ci-f. : :. '-- -'A ': . '
AAAA'A vv'r;:iv V'-WJ-ANDEItSON.V-' .' ' '
.Nov. i;. jAnA f 2J eotf ::' : '
Medical Colleirc of S. Caroliaa.
npHE Annual CoUrW of Lectures ir this Insti
A tution. 'will be resumed on the teevnd jloii-
'day in November,, on the following Branches s "
B Sur&eryjby James Itamsay; 3I.;B ! jVfi,' "J.. ,
AhisHtutea ciiid Practice of Medicinc-by" Samuel
Hen Dickson Ml. I-C-';- y-'-'AA r--.
Malcria-Mdictit Henr.H, FroaVl. D.
Obstetrics dtttf Diteatei of for.icn and Children
by Thomas G. Prioleau, M,' D. ' ; .
ArCheinistry-by Edmund Kayenel; MD. -" '
XAtiurarjiitory and Botany by Stephen E1U
ottj L'lD'.'n'--''" '
, Pathological and Surgical Afiatomjj by J olmk
Vagner, ; " 07 v. SVf 1 -; r W ' .'"'' '-" : '
A X)cmcm8traJ(M'qfariaJ ij D
i::;v:':U-HENUY Jl. FltOS IVDean. "
,v'AugustlO.;4tf; 4?v;'-r 2 lawtN '-: ' -
State of Nor tli-Carolina, A
-.Cuilrd'Coontyi'.:' A A "
Harberf Tatem and wife Elizabejh, Sion Tatem.
and wife r Patseyj Vilon W. Doak 'and' wife
Hannah, Jamf a'Billinslv'and'. wife licli vCca, -
Claiborne VVatson and wife Nahcy;Yilkin O
burnJmund Ogburn Jonn Ugbuni, ISi'
c3ioias"Ogb'uriv Samue I 'DouneV and ; wife l ris
xilla Chat-lcs Ogburnaid Edmund - Ogburn,
?Jhlant theirs oft-Wjrnl Ogb'urnr dee'd, by 'their :
ardian Edmund Ogb urn. )
'1 'Eq,tfiTT.c Vet Uion for sate of Lands "v
appearmg to'the satisfaction of the Court
yithat a p'a'rt of the defendants in this case aie
not .inhabitants Tof thi State. at Ls therefore or
dered? by-theCoutt;-Ah&t iblieation .be;nad$'
foT.siX'Wteklh thVltateij- h Itegister for them to
appear at th'riext- term of this Court to -be held
for tne, county ot vuoioru,o aiic isurui jonuy
after tlifc tourtn
to, answerer demur,
nionaay oi aeptemoer, io pieau
;or the petition will bc heuic,
judgment awaraea ccorjuigiy. -
- ""uk OMinrair. e. uaj e . will t,e ready " l"e :rceiviun-n,.iuuiH'.. "."J- - .".-c". ;.....,,. appreciate her worth.' &entl;.-moaest too uir- expwie na juuguieiiiwiur'-.u'vju.t,i;
ecimeD.of thi. Uuuiiful anm'fal fr itit- , tfie amount. f 50 or ,60,;iU aiWition .to springing oot .of- l.itchair. and takiug. ihe .njog, rte imperceptibty won thett.of 4? K - a : J A-5CUli-"i. C-'iJ-.
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