Mbi gift, ;
: x r
; ' . V ' V. 4 Outs are the plans of fairrdelia:hiful peace, ' ,
"V-V"-( ' y 1 Unwarp'dbypartyraffetDlivelikebrothers.' - J ' '
2NlonAa, September 1829,
, t ........ . . . m ' ' - " '- t. ,,. .. i ' - - - i '
.s P ub I i !i ed e very M ct a y a n d Thub n at , by
3 JOSRPHloXliR& ... :
.At FivexTioUar per annumhalf in advance.
3 ' ;r'AnVE"RTlSEMRNTS' -dV;
ot exeeedingf .Wxcfi 7fn.t, ;neatly inserted 3
times for a Dollar, and twenty-five cents for
r'i cveryisucceedihg; publication : those ot jreat
" er length in thesame;prpportiX6MMi7.
KicATioWs tbanally recJeived...XxTTtts to
p the Editors must; be po$ttaid. - ' ,
A SINGULAR IM POSTURE. .
he following is riot the "newest thing of the
' laV' .Dill i is ccpiamij who ui'
jnpr articles we have ever laid aside to fill up a
. pare column : - -, ,. v , I p ;
r' . J ' YQUNd TURK. : ; .
The Saco Palladium states, that there has
been' inhat Village for -seVeral days past a,
ri urK, wni saySjie waoorn amamacus,
i n A i a , calls hi ni sel f A bd a 1 1 ah H a m eel .
and. is" about 18 years old. His, mother
vas a German 4 woman, whom. his father,
'fonnerly iri the army of the Sultan iad
arnecf. He has a brother a merchant at
Datnascus, who tradts by caravans., with
Smyrna. A6dallah'saited t- from Smyrn
about eight biota thsTsinc as ' clerk of a
veselt Qum'manded. by a 'Greek; bound to
St. Birts,' W: li, n A citizen of Saco wh
has been often 5it (that Island; asked Ab
dallah if i he IiacI !feeard the ? nathe of any
merchant Vf St. Bart (where he did nt
arrive.) he mentione! the name of a Greek,
well known to this citizen - as a' trader to
Smyrna. The vessel was taken by pirates,
& Abdallah and another youth were set a
drift in a, boat iafterwanls taken up by an
English;, vessel and lcarr1ed lo Quebec.
His companion died at ? St. Mary (on the
Chaudiere) while theywere travelling to
wards Maine: f His - familiarity wi th the
-Arabic anil Persian was satisfactorily test
ed by a gentleman skilled in the, Orient a!
language at BowTdoin Collesje. Being des
ti tu l e, h e m od eg t ly ask ed fo r a I i 1 1 1 e a s i s-
tance, on his way, from those who convers
ed with him, . He discovers anxiety to re-
'turn to his native country, and for that pur
pose i& travelling to Boston, that he. may
there find passage. He is a rigid Mahom
etan ; expeesse boldly his opinion -of Chris
tians; anil theiTeligtori which.i fiiTcourse,
H not favnabl, but seems grateful forihe
kindness he has received from them. He
refuses to eat vith us, takfh his foodja
lone, and abstaining, like a true M ussul
tnari;Tfrorn the use of pork. ; .
We recollect of reading in the papers,
two or three years "ago, an account of a
Turk who told
the one told bv
a story nearly similar to
lAbdaltah, who, by the way,
believe calls. . himself., a .Persian. .
'Vheflir an imppstpfbr'not lie; is a fine
fellow, and deserves encouragement for his
scholarship" if flothing more. He speaks
Latin (the onlyjlariguage he can " use ihat
is understood by scholars among us) with
considerable fluency, anil -with a richness
and ,mafgnificence ol pronunciation,; Uoih of
the vowels and consonants, which we slioultl
like to see dopted "in our, : Colleges and
Academic, vhdallfrh, i'e the rest of his
u r 1 1 ry me n, is d tspose d t a '-, t a e " a little
opium now and; then which makes hU
Latin dra ratfier heavily. - We do not,
houever,, bcVfeye he is an itnpostor, though
6ne aHiong.uslcalljhiui a downright Yan
kee, playing off his Yankee tricks. If he
i a rogue he plays his part well J but his
story -is so connected, his account of his
oifro cunotry m satisfactory, arid his knowl
edge of Persian history and Eastern man
ners s clear, that we are ed to believe
he is what he pretends to be 5 or, to say the
leat, ,e ,,i(t have been in Persia, and
have received a good education somewhere.
1 V ; ! Portland Gazette. ,:
. " . ' - ' - ... -
From ike AVw-Hampshire JvurnnU Jlu g 8.'
The above named, Abdallah Mo!iammed,
w.rs in t his town" the 'latter, part of last
vik v ; 1 Je seems, frotn the above ex tract
.Jfun the lulandpapertoTidve attractetl
f large share of the interest and attention
f ilu vvise men of the East so mncli so,
h;u 1 have 110 doubt our friends this side
he KnnebeciwiU. be 'highly t:ratilied; to
Icurn a lew adtlition.il part culars respect
ng the gnealtg and adveiVtui.t S .ol Ab
ddllalt coiiKDunicated to thed. -
AbilalJah wipjeared lere oiider very fa
v ( ra bl e a u spi ces--h a v jVi g' w i I H h i ni a jj r i 11 1 -ed
paper one con! e r of w hie li w a a r n 1 s h ed
h 1 1 h ! e vera 1 1 j n es i n in a n u serin l ha v i n r th e
gvneral appearance oftheCEastern pr
c in r a c t e r, and stall ng t n fcrighsn the oji
) 'ut?n ui h U 4or f i u bit tn-7-cap t u re by the
l! r.t t e . esca jie , &c. and , another p per,
Ix'nrin th tiame of the members if; ttie
Mjj.r Lusv'at the oldest audi oiOst'i hs-
'tigushel iueraryt iiistttntiojfFilus side
L? .... ... . : '"'ii . -.-.L'' - - r. ' ''
mI Sent'trs ? Coll. ge ha'aeye'tai.
"M v ra tiof i v wi 1 h tht; liea 1 er of I b3..lr.
u 'M ithanViiied Rlwhim;they; hadjdiiAryer
tu te a yoUns man uf uncommon tuiel-
ite and-i strorig vaturairtalehti-r
iivereed jnjheLa tin lanytage . with
luS as tley 4deen ; mforroed br those
fcu .were' e 6 upV teu t ; i to- j u d ge, v I a to 1 1 fa f
' 'i'f Arabic anl other Eastern. Uuua-
"i!.iii cutiiudeU by rccouitLiemJing ftmi
o'-hv cieirance &nu oronneiv ioai ite aj
,nh a tely acq o a 1 n ted .with th e ' geo rJplVy
!'d histot Vof ftodfft1 Tbrkev--tIc he
, -1.. J : T 1 ,7 - T- T . J T-T . i.
to the sympathies of a generoua public. We
had also, among other certificates, oneTrom
some Zbulon R. Shepherd, which stated
that Abd a 1 1 ah, the Turk, spoke the Latin
lanage iih greater facility and correct
ness, "tharir any other person the a fore a id
Zebu Jon had conversed I with in this coun
try. v-r.;?"- , f t -- , .- '
Such an array of authority should haye
screened Abdallah from allvsuspicion--but
here,; a he afterwards said , he had been
elsewhere, he was doomed to misfortune.
I..ntet him in company with several "of my
friends.;; and while we were examining his
papers, and .conversing with him in the on
ly lBgu age in which he is able to commu
nicate with scholars in this Western world,
Gen. W- -,J of the Army, entered "A
Turk P says he : he'is the same rascal
I met two years ago at Troy, (in not Asia
dear reader, but) New-York, where he was
then taken up and exposed as an impos
10" r As young Abdallah heard all this
and comprehended not. a word, the con
versation was continued in Lit in. To the
objection that. his pronunciation was not
foreign, or Turkish, he repliedby asking,
' In ; quo modo Turci Prqnunciant ?
When told . thit Gen W. said he was an
imposter -pi Vcing his elbow upon the ta
ble and dropping his face into his hand
fie , asked with an innocence and gravity
truly Turkih, Putasne me posse te de.cx
pere?'?: He was told thU Gen. W. said
hs reat hamev was Bejden. ' Ihlden !
fielden (inqutt gtaviter) est nomen val
de curio'sum J" When told we shou.'d re
tain his papers and imprison hioi, " Sum
8olits (says he) vo$ mutti estU. Potestis.
si placet, me in carcerem jactare ; sed pre'
cor vos mihi miserivordiam perlibere.-
Parerites aiixii me in Ma expectant."
Here we were left by the jGenral to man
age affairs with Abdallah as ,we pleased.
Alter some further ton versa tiori, in which
he was at times invited, U deponere Tur
cum, et linguam httinam, he requested two
or" our party to favor Jtim -with a private
interview, which was granted without hes
itation; - And here you' may imagine our
surprise, after the keys had been duly turn
ed, and while we were expecting some-important
communication respecting'oar re
lations with our Brother of the. Moon, at
the fallowing annunciation, rfmericdnus
non Tvrcus sum and when upon Being
notified 'th it but one of his Auditors under
stood the only language with which his
Tuikship was able to converse with the
scholars of this country, he condescended
to say,cf Well, then, let us have it in En
glish," the unexpected atldresS was, in Its
effect, like the electric spirk.
And now as Abdallah speaks good En
glish,' we must suffer him to continue his
story in his own way, which he did nearly
as follows : I am from - , New-York,
where my parents now live. My father is
poor, .and like many other parent, has
'uthe strange prejudices against all b ok
learning! He was always uneasy when he
saw a book in my harul, and I was always
uneasy without. When very young, some
book on making Latin fell into my hands.
By studying thi and a few other books,
and by Irequent practice, I have made my
self familiar with the use of that language.
I have nfver received any regular educa
tion, and .understand no other language
except English. , And even my Latin is
notquite so good as that of Livy and Ci
cero : for I frequently find my -tenses of
the verbs wrong.
My declension of the
- . - - - V- t- V
incorrect, and I often make a
stranse liiisioirider of the cenders. I did
not recollect the countenance ;;of General
W . j but do recollect the circumstance
of meetirig such a man at the Bink in
Troy, whot wrote Iiopostor,,j upon my
papers, 'which I afterwards tore off. My
real nameas lie said, is' . I have no
other reason for using this deception, ex
cept my ove of roving about the country,
and have in nothing else, transgressed the
rules of society adopted among Christians.
My certificate ditted at Quebec,; was print
ed at Hallowel I. .The other was given
me bv the Senior Cfaas at College,
ho were willing to aid the blindness and
I'Miorance of those who had not like them,
been blessed with a liberal education. I
passed! among governments "and students,
for that Yam avis in this country, a live
Turk." , , : , : ' . ;
fjere I asked him what they meant by
the certificate respecting his skill in Arabic.
( )h ! sa t s he, some of th em obse rved tha t
a n r u I a r ii r n a ni e; n t to my; pr i n ted ce r t Hi c a t e ,
er irum toe
Koran and carried me before a sort of the
ological professor, who. as they told me,
was deeply versed in orietitaj literature.-
It was exam ined by hno'a nd prououncetl
Genuine Arabic "He. eveVr translated a
part of the words, after whit h I ' put, it
all into Larin, and Jto save his feeling;
told theiiilthatlth written and printed A;
Tabic ch'arlicter differed,.and (h-t the char
deter of dlfterent tribes was hut exactly-the
meTamllrthtmy. ,writiogcwa riii the
Character of.a-tribe that dwelt somewhere
dotvu ab miigdad. - VYell,1s ihat'orna-
Do you iimlerlahd , Arabic f. - Not a
width' thatlearned Theban ; was able; par
tuiiy to'-trauate f 1 1 They : mean uoth
lofiiniPaie onlr ''some; mark which 1
?wfp: " Alter- this 1 aiaeu wua. wieir
President j and then started fph Portland.
where 1 1 was received with mucl
ation,: dined with the Go vernor, &c, &c.
I was somewhat startled at being called
upon to 'visit him of the Vanljeei whoV I
was informed; had been iti Paris and -Italy,
where I imagined he must have seen
real Turks, and have got iome knowledge
of. Eastern pronunciation. However, to
maker all; sure, I changed my O's into K's,
my Ps into E'sand my U's lrito double
'9, and j gave the whole what I coniectur-
d must be tha exact nronunciatinn of th"
rother ol the Moon, the sootfan himself.
nd before I left him I was furnished with
etters to his friends in BfistonL to whom I
am recommended as a true- specimen of
me live lurk." But the Yankee was not
the only person who did this i
feome capital of the State who
LhngoS "In fact
the wise men of
the Last were universally charmed
he richness and magnificence of my-lati
ty, and I expect before I gaze again up
saze asrain upon
the face of the Sooltan. to write t Doctor"
after the name of Abdallah Mohammed."
The rest of the story must tie reserved
for another opportunity. ; We now'cut
English,; and he left the room, saying
y Turcus sum et nil Turcicum a me alle
fium puto, " with a richness and magnifi
cence of pronunciation which I:hnuld like
10 see introduced into our colleges and a
Cademies. " I .
From the Canalonarie N' Y.) Tjelegraph.
An unusa.il state of excitement has late
ly, been produced in : our neighborhood, by
he appearance of an anomalous and de
structive disease in the family or Mr. Flan
ders, in! this county. We 'hive refrain
ed till now from giving a. statement df it
:o the public, with the hope of ben.g
able to throw more light upon vhe cause or
this direful visitation, by some
opements of facts, which in t
e hour of
orrow and mourning, were either unknown
or forgotten. . But j we have hoped and
tinted in vain. Every thing
the cause of this disease lies buried in the
siame mysterv that clouded the
hour of its
irth. It only remaiiH fur us,
at the pre-
ent, merely to state its appearance, pro
gress, and termination, and refer the rea
der to his own medical knowledge for a s-
lution of the jiroximate c Use. pn Sund y
ivening Aug. 9th, George Flanders, aged
!J6 years; was suddenly attacked by indis-
inct 'vision, single objects appearing dou
ble, vertigo, dilation of the pupils, and
)ain in the bowels. About the middle of
Sunday night a cholera morbus succeeded
heconipanied with a spasmodic iffVction of
He throat, deglutition becoming difficult,
md oh ihe noon of Monday both the pow
i?r of swallowing and of speech vere almost
intirely losL ThiYday (iVlonday) old Mr.
Glanders, aged 7,2 y John, 36 i Benj uiMn
,1 ; Margaret; 27 ; Belsey, 40 i Mr. Cra
mer, also a child of old Mr. Fljnders, 42.
and her daughter Margaret, 19; all were ai-
iacked with precisely the same symptoms
s George. Thus within the. term ot 48
hours,eight of the most muscula
r and heal-
hy people in this town were
ndcr the same dangerous -and mysterious
As the symptoms were alike in all the
:ases, differing only in the degree and du
ration,. a history of one "will be
therefore we shall continue that
as being the most marked and
edical ! assistance was first
onday evening. The" means resorted to
or his relief seemed to have a momentary
good effect. ; Tuesday the smallest quan-
Sity of fluid almost produced Jstrahgula
ion : when not iu the act of swallowing,
oreathedi perfectly natural, complaining of
no pain land rational. Wednesday lore
noon continued the same 6 o'clock P. M.
died. Thursday, 1 P. M. Marbiret Cra
mer died On the Sunday following 6. P.
A. John Flanders died ; and at 12 o'clock
ame night the old man, his father Thus
he father, his two sons, and gratnd daugh-
er, in tne snort space one weeK, i were
wept into the bourne of eternity by the
ame mystified instrument of death, and 4
Children on the very point of travelling the
iame fearful, path. The burials were J in
deed ' indescribable scenes of affliction- -The
bed-ndden,;aged mother, Whose sick
ened soul held out by, the merest thread ol
existence, was carried from Corpse to
orpse,,to weep her last . farewe l over her
arthly hopes over the children whom she
ad nured and cherished tlirough the vi
cissitude of life. Never have jye beheld
no much sympathy or so many tears shed
as when the vast congregation -jqf people
earned, by pairs, the dead to the last and
j.nly peaceful freehold of man. '' ; ' '
T he bodies iihmedtately after, death .be
came covered with dark purple spot, and
i nerr storinchs were - found to i be in a hish
jtate of innaiiunationthe - inte'rnar coats
I icarly d estroy ed, . a ml the inter ior pa r t ot
each puttiogmi in many places a gtngre
loas appearance. ' There- wa t : not .the
lightest ! indication f d" this ' inflaouoation
Whiie living; The contents 4if the stom-
kch were carefully put up in bottles' and
ient to professor lladley io Fairpeld, who,
liter deliberate examinatiun,;could detect
iu deleterious substance in them! whatever.
NeaU" ex:eouted;at thisOMceir
" Mrs. Delia Hayvvood t
TT A V IN G- m d e a large additj on to her TtojiW
JL win be prepared to accommodate with
Rrimfortabl e lodgi og -rooms, -IVtembers oH t h e
wiiprai AssetHiyf .3ina ptners, wno may- citl
on ner tor noarci, aoryig the ensuing Legisla
tureami at other times. - y -. f- -f W
; K leigh, Sept ,.14.. '- ; ":. Tr
"VfRS. JOHN HAYWOOD is prepared to ac-
iVJL commodate twenty-ive or thirty Members
of the Legislature. She assures all . those who
i ! t -.t .... - ! .
may nonurnerwun ineir patronage, tnsit no ex
ertions shall be spared to render them comforta
ble ) -f"i;..' . .f-C-;'H;y.i
"Mrs. II. has a number of detached rooms be
sides those in the maid building?:' 1 Jv H-i
N. B. The favor of early applications is re-
Mrs. H. 'continues to receive Travellers. Board-
1 J I kl ' " ;
crs uy jihc uay, weeis munill or year.
uaieign, iept. . luy ' v
THE Subscriber has several convenient Bed
Roans detached from his Dwelling--House,
on the main street near the Capitol and .would
be elud, to accommodate with Board twelve or
fifteen Members of the ensuing Leg?slature.
lne favor ot early application is requested.' .
It is convenient also for him to tind twelve or
fifteen Horses, at . a - mod erate - price having
plenty of provenderr-good pasturage, ' and well
enclosed lots abundantly supplied with water.
Kaleih, Sept. 10. . ! 6
rilrlR Subscriber havinir added verV consider
A ablyjlto his 11 ouse and otherwise improved
it, will be prepared, at the approaching session
of the Legislature, to accommotlatb with Board,
from 40 to 50 Members. i, 1 I
' BENJAV1INS. KING.
Raleigh Sept. 1829. i 4-m.
PARSLEY will be prepared to accom-
iv Ji qommoaate VZ or 15 Members ot the tien-
erl Assembly with Board. Slie assures,! those
who mayjtavor herewith their comb my, that Uie
utmost ex rtions shall be used to render their
situation atrreeable. i t
Raleigh Sept. 2. ! 4-2 mo.
ifpHE MISSES PULL1AM will be prepared to
4JL accommodate 10 or 12 , Members ot the ap
proaching. General Assembly with "Board.
I BOARDING ! !
MISS E. GEDDV W prepared to ac
commodatf. eight Members of the approaching
Legislature with Board, together with the fami
lies of those who miy. accompany them. Early
application is requested. , i , Sept. 10 -
fJIHE Subscriber informs his friends and .the
A Public in general, t hut he hasjtaken charge
of that wU known House ot' Entertainmeht for
mrfy occupied by Willie : Jones, in the,city of
Kaleigh, Jjnear the Capitol, where liis Table will
be furnished with the best the cou Vtry and , sea
sons afford, his beds in fine order, and his robms
commodious and neat. His Stables will be well
supplied1 with good provender -attended' by.
cartful Ostlers, & his House with good Servants.
He will provide convenient Sheds iunder -which
to shelter Carriages, .Gigs, &c. ffe hopes that
witli all these comforts, , and his own unremitted
attentions to please his guests, to.tnerit and re
ceive a share of public patronage. He.also hopes
that the Members of the General Assembly will
call on him, as his charges will be moderate and
his accommodations good. ." - ' . I v
I! , ROBERT; PERRY. -
.Raleigh, August 19. ' ' -',1 .. 2
MANAGERS' OFFICE. -.
;' " Richmond, Va.
Dismal Swamp Canalj; No. 22;
To be Drawn at Richmond 5th October.
'. i SCHEME. J - 1 1' '
1 Prize of S 10,000 is S10 000 ;
1 spkooo: S,000 :
i r ; 5boofe 2;ooo
1 1,500 Tl,500: '
, 1,000 4 4,000
10 500 .. 5,000 "
Besides many other valuable Prizes; ,
Whole Tickets 84Quarlers Si 53
New-York Consolidated No"ri-2i
To be Drawn 9th Octobei f
3 Prizes of 81 6,000 is S3O56OO4
I - scheme: M -
I Prize of 810,000 is 810,000
1 v . 10,000 ' 10,000 . ,
1 j 10,000 10000
1 - 6,708 , 6,708t
JO 1 1 . 1,000 , 10,000--
10 ! . - 500: , 5,000
aij t -x 20O
.41 ! 100.
Besides 860-50 40 30, &c. &c.
Whole jTickets; gib," Halves iQrs.f2 50.
Vor chances in tne above spleinlid Schemes
send your orders (post paid) to Yates 8s M.'Intyre
Richmond, -Va., wherein the last-Class of the
New-York Lottery the Capital ' Prize was sold to
two gentlemen of Richmond.-- "r-r.'S
YATES & M'INTYRE.
4 Drawing of the Union Canctt LblteryS ,
:-.; 52 54-46 42 475839-!.
16, 52, 54, capital Of ,10,000 -;.
1, .19, 5Stf :,- ,U0U
I-L H i ' - I 1.000 - '
2,-47, 58, "I A j 1,000 V
'4,6, 47, 52, "'-,500 . V I
The - three latter Prizes all sold At the Mana?
gers Office and where all thpse who want Ca-
piiacr suuuiu sena ineir uroers. i - ,
. : ; r YATE9 & M'INTVRE, '
, 'v Richmond, Va;
' 9 '
: mi rr
From HE vV$ONve
liravnnqfJhiUnion, CanatZbtltnj, rT
No.; 6 :Z5fr: :54 4&V42. .: 47 58. 59.. .1 .Z
r No39. j:47.;5 ;arPrize ? of .One Thousaii(j
Dollars sold at: Heuson' Office JJeUrs'irg to
a vgentleman Riding at . Raleighthe; Casli .is
ready ; forihe Prizeraf- the Luckv Xlffiee-Jwher
thTortunate owner of the.'ticket is 'requested to
n. V. 1 1 R WSON, Petersburg.
jficcldrj Hird!i Times ! V
For gib yon may get 15,000 Dollars.
Who wants an easier. way of majrincra fortune?
So trouble and the s expense, small -r all that U
icinnrwi.13 in ennosepiuor a pan mercoi to
the Truff fortunate officef & t ; '.. " ::.
Y::W-:r ' hEWSON, ..,;.' " ;
V Who had the pleasure ,"bf sending" to a citizen
of Raleigh a few days since. No. 39.; 47.' 54." a
prize oj One Thovsdnd Dollars- 'J . , ::t,.,-'
Dra.ws oa Wednesday li5d instant. ' -
TPrize 045,000 Hollar '
,000 Dollarsl J
1 v ; 2,yoo Ddiara. ;
i. 060 Dollars:
Whoj e .Tit ke t s g 1 0, , rial ves g!; ,
Qu irteia $2 50. ; s
urday J9thinst Make your calculations accordr
i ngly and don't ail to send ypihv Orders for th'e
lucfcy numbers directed to ! . - j
:y: , ii. y. iievson
.. ;-'-: : -f v UU: ;; ' L ,; Petersbu rp "
Sept. 1829. ( ; - 1 Tv. ' " 7
. N. - .... i.: . ,.
FOUND in iriy-Store some time since, a Note
made by T. I! Berryhill, and s Samuel B.
Hill, to John MuiUs: sf-n'r.5 tor the sum of. $T0
dated 20th Oct., 127, payable 12 ipbntlis alter
date. The" owner. can ,haye--lh6.6anieby-.pplj1w
ing to me and paying for tliisjijKlvejrtiserneut;' -
;:V--.':.--':; t;:VV;;:; ':?.HU. McKENZIB. ' -
Morven,'N. C. 7th Sept:.1829. ;
Brought Up-to- the present Ihne.
1' , I
f. GALES & SON have just published an
tl APPENDIX to llay wood's Manual, Which
embraces the Laws-passed since the year 1819,
under distinct heads,' in alphabetical order, jn
bludiriglhose of last Session which renders the
Wrk complete. ,i: . '- ':...-'-:, yv-? f.r.A ' ..-
For ; this addition to the Manhal; 'I no extra,
charge will -be male;;VThe. Book; will be Bold
at Five Dollars as heretofore. ; t
Orders will be instantly attended tp1.4 v Vs'
Sept: 1 1829. 7. X'-l ;' s--:'.;.: .y:1 '
BEGS leave to inform the public, that he has
recently received a large ntimber of BOOIIS
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Deposit. -( :. ,:-' r ; -.
7 Sept; 12. -i;
; ; ";-. V'.x ' -Bertie County. yC' :yj:. v
4 Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, .7
v - August Term, 1829. ;. , . : :
Elijah Rayner. Adm'r;&e: . Blount B. .RuQrW
; Original attachment returned . John Rufiin
: : Tr 'C'tiheedVt - '-; ;; ,
IT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
"that the defendant ' Blount B; Rufiin resides
out of the limits of this State : ; It is: therelore
ordered that publication be made irt the Raleigh
Registerfor three" months that unless the" said
Blount' B. Rufiin make his personal appearance
at oiir next Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions
to be held for the "County of Bertie at the Court
house in, Windsor, on the second' Monday of
November next, rand replevy, final judgment
will be taken against him. t i V , . : ' ' ' '
4 kJ. By, order of Court. ''. ''- .." "' ' '-'
:2 3m : &r'- r A. RHODES, Clk.y '
. r notice:
ON thev22d day of September nett, . wiU. ba
Sold to theliighest b dder,attlie late DweU
linjf House of J all a,' Davis, dee; several valuable
Negro r Slaves, ?nll , the stock of.Hoises, Cattle
Hogs and Sheep Corn, Fodder, Oats, House
hold and Kitchen Furniture Plantation Tools of
every description Waggon! & Gfcer, Blacksmiths
Tools, anu otner ruciea 100 leuious.io mcnuun.
"A credit Of six montbs will be given ;JJcn-i
and undoubted security required. 'y-' ?
-TlieroaienwiU conunuc iromony. ' w uy uuu
all are sokL y , s,, " ."--"
r- - " : . JOHN LIGON Admn
' VYalce county, 18th August; 1829 2u
; ; "Further fN6tice; .
rTTVHE : : Subscribed having qualified 'at Augus
; JL Court 1829t 'aalAdministrator of the Estate
Of the late John -DavW requests all persons in
debted to make immediate payment, and those,
having claims against he Estate to trif ZXhzn
forward r authenticated' as the Jaw -directs, cr
this notice will b plead In bar of their rco ;
VCry''V V y -.-JOHN'lLIGONf Adtna,'
" ,JVike ewaty, llwsr . V
I Orders . enclosing- Cash or : Prize :f tickets- b'
mail will' meet with prompt attention, thrdraw-;
ioff JvilL be received at Hewson's office on Sat