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TUTS B.IS-ISTSB. v
jjPublished every Mowiiat andTHnsnkTi by
JOSEPH OALRS & SO; ;
At jPitJfoaper annum half iriladvance.
Kot exceeding sixteen lines, neatly , inserted 3
times for a t)ola,r, and twenty-five i cents for
"everv Succeeding publication rthose ot great-
' er icngtn in ine same.proporuon...vmu
iriciTioirs tnankfully received
the Editors' must be) postpaid.
-Affer mr sleiffh ride, .last winter, and
the. l ippery trick; !r was served by v Patty
Bean, uobfiSy svou Id suspect me of hank er
after the women aihvirva harrri To
hear me curse und swear, 'and " rail out ; a
vains t theAvhole feminin e gen dr,' you
would v haye"i taken Urgranted,Tthattl
should never so much as look at one of them
fd. piirii and blast'theireyes;iajs I;
Blame their skins 5" Idrmieoihelrjhfarts;
anil darn them to darnatirtm I Fnal lyi. I
took an oathi andvaworeVthatJif I ;c : v ermed-v
A Iedy or had; nj il eal n jsw it It t h e ra agai ri
(in a sparking line I mean) I Jwsh?d f,I
; But swearing off from women,1 an,d then
w)inw into a meeting house, chockv full of
eals,t alt shining? and 'glistening in tKeir
Sunrtay; cioines, ; anu ciean laces, is use
swearing off from liquor,-ard."guing-tinto
a grog shUt's;' all "smokeViK
1 held hut, and kept Gr'm my oatli, for
thiwhVle 'Sundays. Forenmins, rafter
nuons and intermissions complete.! ;OnNthe
fourth, there were, strong symptom of a
change of weather, r , A v cliap, about my
size was "seen 'on the way, to v the
meeting house, with a, hew pa ten t hat ' on :
hU head hung by jthe ears, upon.a shirt
collar ; hi cravat had a pudding. in it, and
branched out in front, into double bow
knot He carried a strait back and stiff
neck, as a man ought when he has his best
cl ot h es on 5 a nd i e very 1 1 i m e h e , s pi t ; h e
sprung his body forward like a jack kmte
in order to shoot clear of the ruffles.' -
Squire Jones' pew is ' next but two to
mine: ana wnen i;staqu up 10 prayers,
and take my coat tail under my arm anu
turn my back to the minister, I naturally
look right straight -at "Sally Jmies. ;Now
it rug. Indeed as regards beauty; some
folks thifjk she can pull an even yke with
Ptty -Bean; Foriinjr'part 1 " thinlc there
knot much hoot -bet ween thero. An how
they 'are so nigh matcliied that theyhave ha
ted and despised each other,' like rank pois
jDD,ever sincethey were school girls.;
squire jones nun got rus evening lire on;
and set himself 'down to reading the great
bible, when he heard a rap at his door.'
Walk inWell John hoiv der do ? Gjt
o t, Potn pey . " Pret ty wel I, L thank ye,
squire, and how do you do Yt Why so as
tot be crawling? ye'ugly beast, will ye hold
ur yop ; hauK up a chatr and sit ' down,
John.? -vTmmmA -v&
4 How do yo ui 0; M fs. Jon e s. 4 0 inid-
d!in,f hovv?s x your ; marm ?Donrt f'rget
mat, there, M r. Deed j e.' - This put m e
in mind tliat I been oil f oUnding jseyeral
timesl in the", lon muddy Ian6 :ahd iny
toots were in a sweet pickteia T) k; n ,q
It was now old Captain Jones' turn, the
era rJ f a 1 her. Bet" ng roused from - a 1 oze.
bythe bustle and racket,' he opened both
ii5eyes ai ursi.wiin wonuer ana asionisu
mcht. 'i At last he besan to halloo so loud,
that you might hear him a mile (j; for he
takes it; f.ir granted, that everybody is just
x4c tfy a deaf as he if. -H
- Who is it ? I say w h o i n the wo rl d i s
it M rs Jones going c) ose ; to the ear
tre;imeti ou t , u s j on nnv is eeu 1 e. ' - : n f9
Johnnv Beedle. - 1 remember he was. one
strminer. at the eige of BosiotK' 5 N, nV
fatherblev; your heart, that was his grand
father, that's been: dead and gone this twen
ty vearsl but where does fve 'come
fnwu ? t.VDowu townlV Ho. atui ; what
dp? ..ho follow for aTivin' r' , And he ; did
not btop asking questions; after. this' sort.
all the particulars 1 of ;,the 'Beetle,' fain1
ily.were published and proclaimed friMr.'
Jones' laut screech. He then sunk back
iat his (iuse again. ; . - . '!) 'f " '
nc ciog stretclied nimselt ( nelore one
atuliron, hiu the cat squat down before the
othv r. Silence came 011 by d egreess,'; like
a C4I m sno w i onn, til 1 , nothing . wis heard
uit a cni.u. tt 11 iwl.tf I10 h tut r th. k im n tr
"fic with -a saimv' vellow ' birch foresticki
Silly sat upon pi, as If she were pinned
,ttthe chair back rher hands crossed gen
M-njr p oer . lap, ana rer; eyes-io'.iiing
'rair!i t into into the fi re.Mam my J ones
lr,eu tr tra ighteit hersel f too, and laid her
ainU across in her lap. V But they would
nt lav still: ' It tone full twpntv-four hours
3,u-e they had done any work, and they
out or all patience witn Keeping 2?un-
"V- Juo what' she would to Keep tnem
TJ,elj they would bounce upf now nod then,
go through the motions in spite of the
ui command ment. ' For my par 1, 1 sa t
V very much like a fool, i Jhe more
J tried to; say Something, the. niore my
Jl'ngue. stuck1 fast. ,' I put my fight leg over
v- rt'U anu anid ? hem.'.: Then Icrajiged,
t"t tue iei leg over tne ngnc; . u wasiatidnny crea 1 au uouu .ngm..- . . t iil s..Ji.i,vA- ,; . .(
no tice ; the silence, kept coming on, thick
er and'thicker and thicker. riie drops of
sweat began to crawl all over me. I got
my) eye upon niy hat,thanging on a peg, on
the road to the. door:;! and then I eyed the
door. Ac mis moment the old Captain,
alTatonce sung out Johnny ' Beedle 1?
It. sounded like a clap. of thunder, and I
siarted right up on an end. ' r, ,
: Johhny Beedle, you'll never handle
sich a drumstick as our father did, if ynu
live to4the age of Muthusaler. v He wmld
iuw ujj iiis uriiusLicK,i aiii . wniie ic was
whirling in the air, take .off k kill.er. rum:
and then ketch it as it come down, with
out losln' a stroke in the tune What dye
think of that; ha ? v But sculT your chair
round, close alongside er me,; so you can
hear. 'Nowwhat haveivou come after
1-ra'tejr ? 4iO jest taking a waik Pleas
ant wal kin I guess. ' I mean. jest to , See
how ve all do. - Ho. ' thats another lie. -
you 'ye come a cou rti n', J oh n ny B eed I e ;
you're a'ter our SaL Say, now, d'ye want
10 marry, or onty to court i' : -
That was) what T; call a choaker. - Poor
Sally made.bu t -0 ne jump, and landed in
the midddle of the kitchen ; and then she
skulked in the Hi ark' corner,ti)l the "bid
man, after laughing himself inltb a whoop
ihgebugh was; put to df' t'."' v 7 iy-V
p jrhencame apples" and; cider ; and, the
ice beingbroke plenty "chat with mammy
Jones about the minister and the sarmon'
I agreed with hef ; tov a nicety, Aupon all
'he points of doctrine j; but 1 had forgot
th e '-A e i t and-all the-heads of the discourse
but jsix LThPiishe teazed and tormented
me, to ell who I accounted the best singer
in th e gt I lery, that d ayj i B ut m u m ; there
was no getting that out of me. Praise to
the face, is often disgrace, say X; throw
ing a sly squint at Sally.. - :r7 -'7 !
I rAt last, Mrsj Jones lightetMihei'can
dle, and after charging! Sally to look well
to the fire, he led the way Jo bed, and trie
Squire gathered up his- shoes and stock
ings, and followed. ! ,
Sally aud I were left sitting a good yard
apart, honest measure. For tear of getting
tongue-tied again, I) set right in, with a
steady stream of talk, j I told her all' ther
particulars about the weather that was past
and also made some pretty cute guese at
what it. was like te be in future. At first,
I gave a hitch up with my chair at every
fulj stop. ' Then growing saucy; 1 repeat
ed it at" every comma, and semicolon 5 and
at last, it was hitch, hitch, hitch, and plant
ed myself fast by the side of her.; i jt... f
! I swow, Sally, you looked si plaguey
handsome to day, that I wanted to eat you
up.' ' Pshn w, git along you, ' says she.
My hand had crept along, soniehow, upon
its fingers, and begun t scrape acquaint
ance with hers. She sent it home again
with a desperate Jerk.) Try it again ;'
no better luck.. ; ' Why, M iss Jones, you're
getten' upstfopulous a little ojfd maidish,
I guess.' Hands off, is fair play, Mr;
Beedle.' H ;:-. : ".-Vs :
is a good sign to find a girl sulky.-
I Knew woere ine-sne pmcneu. . It wan
that are Patty Bean business. So I went
to work to pers uad e "her that t had never
had any notion after Patty ; . and to prove
it, I fell t running her down at a great
rate.; Sally could not help chiming in
with me, and I ratherj guess Miss Patty
suffered a few. j 1,'now, not only got hold
of her hand withou t opposition, but man
aged to slip an ..arhi around- herV!waist.-r
But there was no satisfying me b; I must
go to poking out my lips af'er a bus. J
guess t rued i t. ; S Ii fetched me a1 slap in
t h e ' f ac e, t h a t: m ad e rn e s e e s ta rs!, and my
years rung like a brass kettle, for a quar
ter of an hour 5 I was forced to laugh at
the joke, though out of the wrong side of
my' mouth, whitrt gave my face soioethirig
the look of a gridiroii. i v ; -
h The b a t le j 110 w; bega n t h e regit I a r way.
Ah, Sally,' give me a kiss, and ha' done
with it-now. j I won't, so there, nor tech
to. I'll take it, whether or no l Da if
you dare.' And at it we, went rough- and
tumble. An" odd destruction of 'starch
now commenced. The bo w of my cravat
vias squat tip in a half a shake. At the
next bout, sniasfij went shirt collar, and at
the same time, some'iothe head fastenings
o-ave way; arid dowii'came Sally's hair in
a flool. like a mill dam broke loose, carryf
lnV' iivvav half ajdozen combs. One dig of
I ty S eiUOW, r nun my u'U'iuiiu i uu
wiltetl down to a dish cioth. But she had
no time to boast; - boon her neck tackling
begin tof shiver. It parted at tie throat,
and, whorah,J cajne". a whole school of blue
aiid .white beadsf scampering and running
races every wayfibout the noor.'
Hv the hokeyif ally Jones is'nt real
grit, there's n snakes. She fought fair,
however; I mUst own, and neither tried to
bite nor scratch ; 'and y when she couid
fifrht-no longer, for want ot breath,, sne
yielded'haudsomeiy. Her arms fell down
fto'hir aides, her head back over her chair
h. 0Vp r ooHd. and here-iar ncr uivic
plump mouth, all in' the air. Lord !;djd
ve ever see a hawk pounce upon a young
robin? a bumblebee upoi a : clover top.
I say nothing. : ' t - m
) Coasam it, how a buss, will cracky.1 of a
ciii irriQt nifht Mr Jones' was: about
hast way oeiweeii aaiccp
t I'here goes my yeast; bottle said isje- to
, f v 1 i ' rSi "i Anil t' avllra'
1 hPrjtelf. bufst tnio twenty nunareuv ptecesi "JOHN BU
1 o v e w i t h S a"l ly 0 n es, h e a d o ? e r
T omnia y iiigilL,-,raiil or .Sfill
me' ta ppi ng t Sq u i re JiMiesf d
twenty times have I been within,
breadth of popping the question.- -I
h.t e Snad e a fi n a I resol ve ; arid
until the, next Sunday night, arid
bor j and
if T live
f I don't
get choaked in the. trials SHy Jones , will
h ea r t h u n d e r. Portland JidvekUer.
General figency and Conveyance Office.
'pHE subscriber, respectfully inforrnsliis friends
, i and the public generally, that heihas open
ed an Office": on Seventh Street jvVst, about
midway betweeh the General IPOst-Office and
the Office of the National Intelligencer, where
he will, be thankful for orders. H6 vt ill attend
to the settjement of accounts of per Knsl ata
distance, with i ndividuals jn t his city and j with
the Departments of Government ; the payment
of taxes due on the lots of non-resiier ts, as well
as to the sale or leasing, of city 'property v the
execution of commissions for taking1 of deposi
tions and. evidence necessary in, cases depending
in distant Courts and any other liusirtess l com
mitted to his charge. ' i ; . . V '
, He. promises prompt and faithful! at entiqn to
all matters committed to him, while h s charges
shall be as moderate as fjpssible. Ie is author
ized to refer, for evidence of his competency to
tne toilovmg gentlemen : , . -v - a
r JfwK Jmeph Kent, late Governor of Maryland.
Hon. Chas. F. Merced, M. C. from lirginia. i
Bum Joseph Pearsoni late M. C. from North-
Carolina. .: 1
y Daniel Carroll, of Duddinton. Esq. if
y Joseph Gates) Jr.JZsq. Mayor of fthfc City of
Gen. Walter Jones, Counseller at Law.
' Richard S. Coxe. Esq. f do.
Jiichard S. IVallich, Esq. . doj ' ,
v William BrenU Esq. Clerk the Circuit Court
of the District Columbia. -
Thomas Munroe, Esq., late Postmaster.
t: JRos-er C. IVeizhtman, Esq. Casliier Bank of
Washington. ; ' ' . . ,
nUram 'Ai Bradley i Esq., Presiqen
Thomas: Carbery, Esq. i' late Mayoj o
j L; v- GEORGE SW
Washington City, Aug. 25, 1H29 j 1
p. W; Down
BEGS leave to inform the public; that h e has
recently received a large number pf HOOKS
which he offers to selL very clieiapr . Such as
Commentaries, T heolOgical, Works, Histories,
Memoirs, Bifiles, .Testaments, Hymn Books, Po
ems, Works on Agriculture and Family Ke-iigion,
School Books, and a great variety or Interesting
little Work for miscellaneous reading, calculat.
ed to inform the jodgment on many tmportant
and interesting subjects, and to bhu the mind
to the love and pr ctice of virtue anid religion.
The most of his Books are exreut etdn the very
best manner. Persons wishing to jtuijnish tliem
selves with" an individual or family
be supplied fit reduced prices. His
room is oh
Fayetteville Street between the Cojur .house and
the Palace.at tile sign of the Bouk arl Tract
'. Sept. 12. ;
i (BOA II DING.
MISS E. GEDDYxs predar
IkcI to ac-
commodate eight Members of the
ajj proachi ng
Legislature with Board, together v
tb the fami
lies of those; who imy adcompany thqm. Early
application is requested.
BOA II DING.
XHHE MISSES PULLlA s v( bfe Prepared to
.accommodate 10 or 12 Members;
of the ap-
proaching General, Assembly with Board;
i italeierh. Sent. 10 i ."'6 .St'
r y Mrs. Delia Hay ojL
HAVING m de a large addition to her House,
will be i prepared to accommqdate v witli
comfortable; lodging rooms, Memjbers of the
General Assembly, and , others, ho may call
on her for Board, during the ensuing Legisla
ture, and at otner times.
nhVdeigly Sept. 14. : ;
1R fl"RS JOHNIHAYWOOD is prepared to ac
Xvi commodate tventy-Gve or thirti Members
of the Leerislature. S!.eassiis aijlthose who
mav honor her with their patronage, that no ex
ertions shall be spared to render them comforta
ble y-y--y v r ' .
'Mrs. II. has a number of detached
sides those in the main building.!
3N. B. The" favor off early apphpalions is re
ouested. . '
Boarders by the day, week, montH Or year.
Mrs. if. continues to receive 1 raveners, ana
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l?5Tiirh. Sent. 2. i2y - o
' T-i )
RS. PARSLEY will be prepared to accom-
commbdate 12 or 15 Memoefs bf jthe Gen
eral Assembly with Board. She'issures those
who mav tavor her Witn tneir comnanv. tnax tne
utmost ex' rtions shall be used- to
situation agreeable. u ;
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" Raleigh Septi 2. 'J,' .;'' '-:ysy
BOARDINiT. I 1 1
THE, Subscriber has several convenient Bed
Rooms detached from his Dwfelliiig-Hbuse,
oh the main street near the CapitolU-aiid would
be glad to accommodate with Board twelve ; or
fifteen Members of the ensuing Legislature.
The favor Of early apphcation is requested.,: '
It is convenient also tor. him to fartd twelve or
fifteen , Hoises,xat v a ; moderate tr
plenty of proyendeVi';.ooU:-paaiuragK?; and,well
enclosed, lots aDunaanuy suppuea w
Raleigh' Sept. 10.
nptHB Subscri bier havi ng ad ded very, consider
I ablv to his House and otherwise im proved
4t, -Will be prepared,' at the approac hing sessioa
of the Legislature,' to accommodate With Board;
from 40 to, 50 Members..; i-V
Raleigh Sept. 1829
ri ; Tlie .Subscriber,
TnTTlLL. ' be 1 prepared to .'accommodate. .With
7 y Board; from iatol5 Members of, the ap-
j prbaching' Legislature. -1 f
union Hotel: I
- . lilllh ; ' "
; : RALEIGH.
finHE Sub?criber informs his friend.iiand the
JL i Public in general, that he has taken charge
of that well known .House. o .Entertainment, fori
merly, occupied by Willie Jones, inhthe city of
R;deigh,; near the Capitol where his Table will
do turnisnea wim the.be.st.tlie country and. sea
sons afford, his beds in.fyje order, and his rooms
supplied; withgood ' provender attended by
cars-fil Ostlers, St his tlouse.with,goxd.Servanfs.
tie, will provide convenient, Sheds under wliich
to shelter Carnages, Gigs, &c. He' hopes that
with all these comforts, , and his own unremitted
attentions to please his guests, ' to merit and re-ceive-a
share of public patronage., He also hopes
that the Members of the General 'Assembly will
call oh him, as Ins charges will be moderate and
his accommodations good. 'y-:.. '- . - ..: '
r I ' . ROBERT; PERRY'
Raleigh, August 19. ' p .
TVJTR GUION, m6sr;respectf'ully returns 'his
3 JL.t hanks to the Public, for the very liberal
encouragement he has received since be opened
this ESTABLISHMENT, and hopes to merit a
continuance of their fivors. '
Mr. G. has the satisfaction to inform the Pub
lic, that in addition" to theTmprovements already
made, eight additional Rooms will be completed
by the ensuing Session-of the Legislature, which
will enable .him to accommodate a larger number
of Members of the Assembly than heretofore. .
The charges, as hitherto, will be uniform aud
moderate, , viz. : for a Man and Horse per day,
$1 50; for a Miii alne,$l with a small addi
tion to those; who wish a separate table. .
Members of the Assembly will, be charged
$1 per day. Those who havelrooms. to. themselves,
will be subjectfto an additional charge for,4hem
Travellers des,Tous of stopping at the HOTEL
are often "misled, by enquiring for jjt he. Stge
House. They are; informed, that the -Stage3rdo
not maker it their regular .stoppings House, nor.
is the House known by thtt app llation. j As
many persons who travel in the Stage; do stop t
the Hotel, and many others would, if they could
be assured they would not-. be" delayed they are
informed, that.no greater delay will .be expert
ended at the Hotel, than at the Stage I loue ; a-d
those ' wjio wish to repne themselves top a day
or two, will be sure to find at Gnionys clean
bed and room fr th:t purpose, vwith the best
fare the market afford. ' ;
The situiii ui of this House is one of the most
pleasant in the City, being immediately, north
of the Capitol, adjacent to the busine-s part of
the. town, but without the.influence bf the dust
and inconvenience attending it. , ' ; . , f
K It is nowditde more than a year, since the SiuV
scrfberl trwifc j' possession of-tliis Establishment
when.hl; found the. House enr rely out; of repair
and almost without custom. He now has it in h's
power to say, that he has not only received en
couragement sufficient to justify VJe improve
ments that have been made, but those a.oi that
are making, even wit hout tba' support ,frpm the
Siagei Proprietors which he believes thej conve
niences, comfort and attention which arie to be
met with at the. Hotel deserves, and which, has
fairly proven that the Public will give thej prefer
ence to a well kept Public Housed , !'" f'--' - -!!i
-K; - E. P. GUION. -Raleigh,
Sept. 23. . ' : 10 jBw
A1 KEV'SER respectfully informs the
that during the approaching Sessio
on pf the
Legislature, the Raleigh Tlieatre will be open
ed for a short season, under his managerhent.--
He has exerted himself to s cure the : service of
an excellent Company, and trusts that his efforts
. . ' 1 1
to please will -be met ,by a corresponcung u
gree of patronage from a liberal public.
Sept. 23. - - : - ' AO yt.'-
HOUSEhP AINTING. j
CAMPBELL ROB ARDS is prepared to eXe
J cute, on moderate terms and with neatness
nl PaeVtitr!- i.lLorders in his line. ; iHd hnS a
number of Certificates from some 'of the orost
trpndemen in the State, whose hou
ses he has nainted. -Persons desiring hi servi
ces will please apply , to HENRY M.
Esquire, of this city. .K f
Italeigh, Sept. -23. .., -- ,
; GRAS SEED.
;TraTILT JAMS Si HAYWOt)D have just eoeiv
; j? ed from Baltunjre a Supply ofjj, ;'j ;
. VttA Clover Seed. . ..
Red Clover Seed,
, i '---x !. Or chard. Grass, jdo.
- Lucerne, r. do.
Which they offer to. Agriculturalists on good
terms. - - -
Raleigh. Sept, 1, 1829. '
; JOSEPH GALES Jsi SON,
Haoe iust Received t
Travels in North -America, in the years 1827 and
1828, by Capt. Basil Hall, of the Royal IS ayy
' 2 vols. ' ' 0 -i . yj.M: . 1 -yy :
The English in France, by the author of the En-
. -w. V r . . ::'-i-'-??'"SK I : '. .m,
gnsn in uaiy, wow. , , f
sept. 9. v-,-, .rs. ! -.. . . v. yYc-yy
lfc.'4?S '-A' ' GuUfbrd'6ountv.All'L-'l
Harbert Tatem arid wife Elizaheth, Sion
and wife. Patssvi Wilson W. Uoafc and .witc
Hahna'.i, James Billowy and' wife Jtebecca
", rJvv " - ; y AAguint . . .' : I -'.-"i
Claiborne Watson and wife Nancy, Wiifepis Og-
.hurtv l EdmundiOe-burn. rJoun OgOurn, ;JMir
1 cholas Otrburn. Samuel Donnll and wife-Pris-
' cilla, Charles Ogbura; and Edmund qgburn,
!: infant heirs pr Wm, Qgburn, dee'd, by their
guardian Edmund OgburnTj y Sui ii:
V;-, ts Bolorrr; & Petition for sale of Lands; : . . :
IT appearing to. the satisfaction of .thq Court
that a part of the defendahts.in; this case are
riot inhabitants fofjthis State, yit is therefore or;
dered by the Court, that publication bq made
for six week in the Raleigh RegUter for them to
appear at the next term of this Court to be held
for the county of Guilford on the.fourth Monday
after the fourth Monday of .September, to plead
tn: answer or demur; ; or the petition Will be heard
Iex parte and .judgment warded accordirtgly. ;
I' A v -i A. QEREN, C. M. E.V
August, s - ;v,.
'- Stale 'orKorth-Oarblina:
f"' Pitt County.
. ,Court, of Plc and Quarter Seisions. v '
August Term, 1829.
; John Wadsworth vs. James OJom.' ' ,
Original attachment reta ned levied on ltnd, Sic. '
IT haying been made appear to the satisfaction
of the Court, that the defendant, Jnmes O
domr is, not an inhabitant of this' S.tate r It is orl
dered, that publication be.ma'Je.in'the Ilei rh
Register, for siTx weeks successively, that r -dr-s
the said James Odom appeardaefore the Justices ,
of oar next .Court, for the. County, nf pitt.at- t!i
Courthouse in Greenville, oh the first Mo"dav of
November -replevy the property or pleai to Is- ;
su'e,final judgment Avill he taken. m nd ; the pro- '
perty ; levied on - condemned su bject- to they
pUinJifPsdemaiid. fitness, JamesShappard;
Clerk of our said Court,at Greenville, the first .
Mondav ot Augnist. A. T -1 RCQ . -: v- .
S , ,Klv .V- -.7 ttf tier, rtiinnr. m . t-
of Ndrth-Carolma: 4
5'--. i Court of Pleas and Quarter Session,: i i
;X -rV!."Aitgst;Xerm, 'l629,.V;Sv": Sa-. i
Eliah;aaynej;r Adin'n ic. i;; Blount bV Rufln.' '
; -. Original attachment returned John liurHa '.
.-"',-":; -i:: Jrfrarnisheed, Yv- .; .f l
FT appearing Uo the,-satifactton'of the Court -that
the defendant Blopnt B. Ruflin resides
out of r the limits of thijfStatefri j It is therefore .
ordered that publication be made in; the Raleigh
Register for .jthj?eJ;.mon
Blount B." Ruffitj make -his .personal' 'appearance
at our next Court of Pleas anl Quarter SeionS; a
to be held for the County" of Bertie at the Court-
house in Windir onthe: second Monday -of
November next, aiid; -replevy final, judgments
will be taken against him; j ? v v
: r . ; ; By orderf qmrt. X'yA
'." 2 3m -.:.".( V E. A: UHOI)KS; Clk. :
X- - -.
; THE SUBSCRIBER
OFFERS for Sale his HO :'U LOTS in the K
Town.of O xfor d, wi th L AN l ad ioinimr .
--abciut 2P0 acres of vvhich about GO acres -are :.
Woodland..-, Thr- Iloine is 52 by 40 feet, com. - !- ;t
motlioUsV, and well finished thriughour havings
4 rooms with fire places j on each floor," with a , :
wide passage on:. each -a garret distributed, into -closets
and two.comfortible ropms j and a cellar '4 - . '
under the whle divided into s-veral apartments; , "'
It is' situated in a most beautiful grOve bf Oks : - v
attached to it is-U, large Fafling Gardeii furntslied ;
wun irttns stiectefYrom tne north an Ice-iiouse; . ;
d nstructed of , rocka stone ' S pringiHotiser ar
Well of excellent: ater in theyardtn Office iiv '
the y;rd suitable lor a Lawyer and evry tieces
sary Outhouse, all in good repair. r-
, . Also,a TANYAR.I now in operation, which ;
might give employment to, 8 or 10 hands; havio--:iv-10j
acres of lard attached to it; and on the pre ,'
mises is a comfortable two story Dwelhng witl
every , convenience ' for, a , family resid incfe. -rtA."' ?
petter constructed: Yard is seldom seen any s :
where t Thia property c will be disposed, of urtf ? vt-
reasonable and accommodating terms; ' "'rt-?'
A . : ' THO. B-LITTLEJOHN. Vv
s Oxford, Sept. U . 5oaw tf
V FOR SALE ;
TwentyUbree Shares Stbcliiof1 "
the State Bank of N; Carolina and-Fifteen Shares ' " V
Stock of-theBak;of Newberh$ i 'V-i yi;'-1
I - This Stock, if not disposed.of bv Wednesday' v. .
7th 'October (beihg Wake ' Superior Court weekV 14
ir ui. 011 inai tiay;pc onerea; at puoiis iie near
he' Court house. -K: ' r:i 'c-''- -:?f'I;
- Pereoi wishipgtb h tiyyirill apply at the Ofaca ; :
of the,' Bank of Newberni 'J yS: yyy
y Raleigh, Sept, 5;V? U -'7 ' V '
KOR SALE, ,
the south ide of Swift Creeki VTlie Tracts are
contiguous, and were purchased some years; ;
go by the late W m Gil mour f 4 Wm B row n. r
vv Applyto th
August 1 5 . lby . -Vt . - r. - rt 99 f
NORTH-GxV ROLIN A
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GONTAINING besides , the Astronomical C&U
eolations; Essays bnAgricuUureV-'VViiluable?:.'-;
Medical and Miscellaneous Receipts, Anecdotes
a list of the' Menber -of the next i Legislature,
and f the Officers of the State and General Go
vernment, ;time of holding the different Courts;
&c.&c. y V -v.'; .. ;V
jThis Almanack may;be ,had.wulesale ot the;.
Publishers, Raleigh r of .Mrl Edward' J i 1 1 .ds, :
Observer Office Fayetteville.; and of Mr. Salmon.
nan, .uooKsener.jMewoern ; aim rciau, oi -.roost
of the. Storekeepers in
i the .State.' - V i ' (, t ;; -
a ? 1 ijAU.ivujf-..iAWjJiixvaKe;counyr, ly- .
ZjL jng on both sides of Dutchman's liranhis"
containing 397 acres, and another Tract 1 y ing on
nf'HE Subscriber.hat just finished two PIANO, - i
,Lf FORTESwith 5i Octaves ajid Pedal. - , ,
They are m:ide onthe:;,.PatetsOf "
ciple, and are pronounced." by those who ' haves .
seen.tlie'inid b-,eOa1 to the best Northern mnnu- . , ,
facture,in point bf tone 8cioucji.;Tliey are strung A
with the best Germanwire aud WjU be warraiitr
ed to' stand longn tune. A The- prices; ar& $17 A ,
and $ioAAHe n&3 also, oh consignment; a good " f 'A :
Instrument, madeby tuartf,'BaUiinore,e whicl; - .
is' offered " fWsale jow; V '; . P'j " '' ''AC I--i "
He stinf'cntinue9tp.'fuhe"iVnd:.H ?
as heretofore, having, on hand a good assortment ;f
Of Strings from a celebrated Piano ;Maker in N. j
York.r S econd ha nd Pianos b oUgUt and s61d, or ;
laKCII III .CJfcII.IJJ,
Orders are sonciiea. - -
:-'. yy ,' WKSLEY WHITAKE1L
RAleighi August 26., T v, - . J i
: 2. It. A gooc scona nanu msiruniom to jure.
A AAAh ;Lqckia;nRaleigbi( A :i ki
From H E ON 's e ve Kor t u n ate Oflicc.
Hljrawing of; the Union aiiui Lottery, -,.
M'ArAA AloM: Ca??. -AAlvt AA V;
No. 6 v52. 54. 46. 4. 47-58.':S9.' 1. ;
:" NoVi39.;4ri '54" apprize ohoWArhousana
Dollats sold ii He wsoni -O ffice Petersbi rg t o
aVgehtteman residing at ltaleigh the CasU.'i:
ready for ilie' Prizeat the Lucky " Oflice, wher?
the tbrtupate owner of the ticket Js requested t
Call." C;V .S, '-' AAA"
- , It ' XJ. W. UE WSON; Petersburg.