js published every Mown it nl TunspxT, by
At 'oe Polltir pet annuiTi-i-hilf In advance
Sot ''eieeeiUnR"xfe neatly inserted 3
time for Hp "liar, iind twenty-five; cents fdr
every succeeding1; publication : those of great
. er le)iffUl n the" iame proportion.. v. Commc.
rctcATtoNs thankFullv' fcceiyeI.. ..LtTTsns to
. the Rdltors must be pa tpaid, m )
SPEECH OF GEN MENRV XEE.
Wa ennv tlie annexed eloquerit anI im-
asVioned speech felivefed by Gen. Uich
ard Henrv L.ee, from. the History f the At
merican llevnlution,' by Botta,.as. transla
ted from the Italian by George Alexander
V)iif. It av) delivered on an eventful oc
casion on an occasion'which be re-
- mRinoereti OJ iniore m-ijrrauuiiaf aim iiuii-
fd ft the birth-dayof 'Americahj Liberty.
This speec h,' is; one of the many d el i yered
in the American i Congress .at'PhilDdelphia
at the moment of signing ' the Declaration
of die independence of these, Uniteil States,
anil pib:;blyrvent as far as anyoiher in
neri?; the.artns of those.whoatliixed their
fio-natures.to that celpbrated and imperial
- ah! e d oc u ni en t." ! ' 4 1 k n 6 w n b t, w h e th e r
among all the civil i discords which' have
'been record rd' by historians, and' which
have been excited either .by the love of hb-
prtv in the neoide, or. by the ambition of
princes there has ever been presented a
deliberation iirfcreMoie resting or more im
portant than thatl which nawengageVouc
attention! ; whether we consider tit future
:ilesiny f this Treeahd virtuotis" people,
tr lhat of our-'enernies' themVelves', who,
nutwihstaading their tyrranny and this
iruel tvarV.are still "our brethren, and ;di"s
crtdeil from a common stock ; or finally,
that f the other-; nations of the g'obe,
whs,' eyes are intent upon this great' spec
tacle' and whq'anticipate from -our.s'f cces
nore freedom for: thetnsel ves,"6r from our
defeJit-apprehendv heavier chains and a
verer bondage, j-'For the question s not
whether we &haJl acquire an increase o
territorial 'doininioliV or wicketlly wrcst
from others " thetr justpossessr;ris;j but
whether v e shall preservp, or lose forever,
that liberty which' we have inherited' from
ur ancestors, which we have pursued a
cnss tempestuous sea's and which we
have defended in this land against , barba
rous men, ferocious beasts, and an inclem
ent sky. And if so many and distinguish
ed praises have always been lavishedip.m
the cnerou defender of -Greek and Ro
man liberty, what. will be said of ns who
defend a liberty founded not upon' the ca
pricious will of ah unstable multitude, but
upon immutable statutes andiutelary laws,
imt'tlut wlricli was the exclusive privilege
I a few pirricians but that which is the
property of all ; not'that;which was stain
td by iniquitous lostracishis tr the horri
ble tleciuialiori of arniies but ' that which
is pun-, temperate, and 'gentle,,- and con
formed to the civilization of the present
2p. Why thenj do we longer pi icrali
nate, ac I wherefore a're thee delays ?
Let us complete the enterprise already so
well commenced ; and ' since our union
nh Ki;land can no ; longer consist vith
irtr liberty aciiMpeace which are our chief
de!i!f, let us dissolve these fatal ties, and
i.qucr' fortreri'that good which Jure 1
rly erjuy-; .an';'entire and absolute in
deprmleute. f -' ! ' Hf-; - " ;"
" But ought I net torbeftin. by observing,
41... !' -' ' l. . .1 ' il... - mr
I'u i M wen.ive reacneu iiifr- viuhjim. -tremity,
beyond which' nothing can any
Ittrir-r r jit between AmeVicaan'd England,
but ei'htr such war or suth ncaeeJias are
made between foreiisn ttations, this cm on
ly imputrtl to the" insatiable cupidity,
i!it! tyrannical proceed ing's, and the outra
lis fr ten vais reiteratid, of t!ie British
ftltniMcrs. : A hat have we not iuone t
rpstre pence, ;to re-establish' hariuotiy zr.
Vlm has not beard our prayers, and who
iiriofatit of;; our supplications ? Tney
lavc i car reef .tjiCi.uni verse, v England a
was lcaf to'our complaints, ami ivani-
ed tliHt cm pajion tovards us which we
luve four.ii ;.tnfh".ill thef, nations. "-vAnd
atfl it imp fi'iriV.ririri- dnil then OUT re
utnte, have pnvd equally insufficient,
mice our pi.iyi -fa' were uiViydliug, as, well
r tie lilo.fil Ja
we must go tur-
"er, a:d piiiclaim our" independence. -Jr
Jet any iiiief believe that we hive 'any
:hr'ifptrin ftfrirfriieti'Sie- will cejrtainly
ise w hen the fated .separation niust" tal
!c nlw jher 'Volt will or tn ; tor so it
iev r.M.fi'Vy' tjie t Vry n alure'of thiigsl th e
opinions in one. and - put-i
ery hand p ft'And how lti,: must we tla
o-ic iniiLrt'Mj in 4fijiM!4ii"t'."-i WhodouUts tneiiinaia ueciian"i ui.iuuc
miiiy .if ti,- r Ail n-a
:v, Ui- iMlustry of jmr countrym
iilMifiiviir I ir iiccatl ' wiihii SCP-! . . .F..f ar'ulrHi.t. Mill' inev
"r,t' fe 1 wu States: ?Ahd f thi be true, visit our ports hitherto closed; by the
' - do. iMt see tharihe-ooncrrit tike ,n..fm-..dv f msahiable England. They
1 a;e t!, h-Hcif; and thtii -wo'ild be iMt
;,v ' oprudriitf but the hght
!'M' the present bccaWhVwbVii bi itisu
j'-tue has filled all hearts,with itidtgna
u 'inspired 'all-; in1ndi)wiUicouraei : u
, lt 'd ai I upi n'ions in oneV and pu t"-aruis; In
as we are; to" look at home, and not abroad,
for the government of it? own concerns ?
And bow ian a tninistry of strangers judged
with any discernment, of, our interests,
when they know not, and when it little im
ports' them to know, what is good for us
and what is not ? The past justice of the
the future, if they should. ever seize us a
gaiu in their cruel 'claws; Since it' pleas
ed o u r ba r ba ro u s e n etn i e s t o place! be fore
us the alternative of slavery orF indepen
dence, where' is the generous minded man
and the lover,of his country who can hesi
tate to choose ? With these perfidous men
no-promise is secure no pledges sacred. :
Let us suppose, which heaven avert, that
we are conquered, let us suppose an? accommodation..-
VVhat assurance have we of
British moderation in victory, or good faith
in ireaiy r is i ineir naviugenusiea anu
let loose against us the ferocious Indians,
and the merciless sobliers of Germany ?-
is .ic mat raun, so ouen pteugeu anu so oi
ten violated in the course of the present
contest : this. British faith, which is reput
el more, false than Punic ? We ought ra-
ther.,to expect, that when ive shall have
fallen naki d and unarmed into their hands,
they will yreak upon us their fury and
their vengeance ; they will load us with
heavier chains, in order to deprive us not
only of the power but even of the hone of
again recovering Our liberty. But I am
willing to admit, anhnugh it is a thing
without example, that the British govern
ment will forget past offences and perform
its promises. Can wc imagine, that after so
many combats, and so much bloodshed.
our reconciliation would, be durable, and
that every day, in the uu'dst of so much
h-itred and rancor, would not attord some
fresh Subject of animosity ? The twd- na-
lions are already separated in interest and
afTections ; the one is conscious of its an
cient srengh, the other has become ac
quainted with its newly, exerted force'; the
one desirous to rule an arbitrary manner,
the other will' not obey even if allowed its
privilege. In such a state of things, what
peace, what concord can' De expected
The Americans may become faithful friends
to, the English, but subjects, never. And
even though union could be restored whh-
out rancor, it couiu noi wunout Ganger.
The wealth and the power of Great-Britain'
should inspire prudent men with fears for
the future.; Having reached such a height
of grandeur that she has no longer any
thing to dread from foreign powers in the
security of peace thespjrit of her people will
decay, her mariners will be corrupted her
youth will griiw up in the midst of vice,
and in thisVtate of degeneration, England
will become- the prey of a foreign enemy.
or an amuitmus citizen, it we remain u-
niteI with her, we shall partake of her cor-
a . l a.
runt ion anu mistortunes, me more 10 oe
dreaded as they will be irreparable ; sepa
rated fiom her, on ihe contrary, asweare,
we should neither have to har the seduc
tions of peace nor, the- dangers of war.
By a declaration ot our freedom, the perils
would not be increased ; but we should
add t the ardor of our defenders, and to
the splendor of victory. Let us then take
a firm step andescape from this labyrinth;
we have assumed the sovereign power, and
dare not confess it; we'disobey a king, &:
acknowledge ourselves his subjects ; wage
war aiT'iiiist a
people, on whom we" inces
santly protect our dpire tn depend. V nal
is me consfqueiice ol so many inconsiMen-
' -i ..11 ...
cies r Hesitation paraijx.es an uur mea
sures ; the wuv we ought t-r pursue is riot
maiked out ; our generals are neither res
pected nor obeyed ; our sol diers have nei
ther conlidence nor zeal ; leeoie at Dome,
and little considered abroad, foreign prin
ce can neither esteem rioruccor so tuniil
and wavering a people. Bui independence
once proclaimed, and our objret avowed.
more manly ami decidtd measures will bej
fired by the greatness 01 me enterprise, uie
zeal, tiie generals with tiesh jardor, anu
the citizens .with greater constaucy, to at
lain so high and so glorious a destiny.
There are somVwho seem to dread ths el-
fettsof this;resolutiun. But-will ftngland,
or caii'ihe,"marifest against iis greater vigor
& rae tha n she has "a I ready d ispiay ed ? She
deem resistance against oppression no less
rebellion -than independence itself. And
where an those fonnidable ti oops that are
to subdue Americans ?. Vlt Jhe English
could not du, can it be done by Germans r
A re th iy m ore bra v e o r bet tor d isc 1 pi 1 ned ?
The'riU-ober of our enemies are increased;
but our own i nt liiiiinii)etl, and the bat
tles we;h ve ;suihiined have given us the
pr;iciii?eJf aro.i tnij the experience ot war.
a ie 11b less ea givto con tenqj I a teethe red uc
lion of her. hated power f thecal! Jptl.e
her barbStfoutr dominion ; their succors win
eviiwe U bur brave country oien the raU5
tude' theybearithein Jmvhn been : the
fi r t U!iik p :the foundation 1 if 1 hi s-Colos-
meisureis tOaef ul, ;i.t'is ?;i.o lesecpin
urg ouhdignity Aluerica has arnved at a
ree 01 power wmvu ohiiui jjivv
sus: Foreign princes yait only lor the ex-
incthdi of a 11 fi.iard V reconcil ration .to
throw-u iheir -present resrye If; this
among the independent" natiorj; we arej
not! less entitled ' to it than the Engl ish
themselves1. V If.mey have wea
th, so also
have we, if they . are brave, so
they are more numerous, our
are we : if I
through the incredible fruit fulness of , our
chaste ; wives will soon equal theirs ; if
they have men of renjnvn as well in peace
as in. ivarv we likewise have mic i ; political
revolutions usually proilucegreas brave anil
generous spirits. From what wehavealreadv
achieved in these painful bi linings' it 'is
easy to, presume what we shall hereafter
accomplish ; for experience is
of sage counsels, and liberty is
of grerft. men. j Have you nojt seen the en
einy driven from Lexington by
sand citizens arrhed in one day ? Already
their most celebrated Generals'
ed in Boston to the skill of ours ; already
their seamen, repuUed froii our coasts,
wander over the ocean, where they are the
",v j.-vi iciii icsis, dim inc Uicv o rain-
1 o cnurt i.F n .1 tUi-'Li.' r
ine. Let us Iwil the favorable bmen and
figlit not for the sake of knowing on what
terms we are to be the slaves oil Eneland.
but to secure to ourselves a free existence,
to found a just & independent government.
Animated by liberty, the GreeKs repulsed
the innumerable army of Persians; sustain
ed by the love of independence,! the Swiss
and the Dutch humbled the pnvver of Aus
tria by memorable defeats, andjeonquered
a rank among nations. But the sun uf A-
menca also shines upon the
heads of the
brave 7 the point of our weapons is no less
lormioaoie man meirs ; here also the same
union prevails, the same fearlessness of dan
gers and of death in asserting tue cause of
Why then do we longer delay, why
still deliberate ? Let t his most thappy day
give birth to the American republic, j Let
her arise, not to devastate and conquer,
but to re-establish the reign of peace and
of the laws. I he eyes of Europe are fixed
upon us ; she . dm urns of us ajhvinjj ex
ample of freedom that may 'contrast, bv'
the felicity nf the citizens, with the ever
increasing tyrany which desolates her pol
luted shores. She invites us in prepare an
asylum where the unhappy may find solace
ind the persecuted, repose. jSike emreats
us to.cultivatea propitious soli, where iha.t
plant which hrst sprunjr up and
grew in England, but is now
the poisonous blast 01 Scottish tyranny.
niaV revive and fl:urish, sheltering uniier
ns satuormuH aun lnierminaoie snafie, an
the. unfortunate of the huoian nce. This
is the end presaged by so many omens, by
our first ivictories, by the present ardour
and union, bv the flight of Howe, and the
pesnleucf which bioke .out amongst: Dun -moreN
people,by the very wintlsju hich baf
fled the enemy's fleets ami transports,, and
that terrible tempest which ingulfed even
hundred vessels up n the coiast of New-
louniuinu. 11 we air 1101 ims ju.iy wiu-
ing tn our duty to tur country, ithe names
of American legislators will be placed, by
posterity, at the side of those! oj Theseus,
f Lycurius; of Romulus, if Nuna,iof the
three Williams of Nasuu, and of ail those
whose memory has been, and w;ill be, for
ever dear to virtuous men and laood citi-
1 1 -
1 Y virtue of a decree of the Coutft of Equity
M3 for Granvillcounty, I shall ott'Jr for sale to
the highest bidder, in the town of Oxford, on
Tuesday, the 3d day ot Novemerjne xt, it bein
the 2d day of the County Court, j the following
Ken! Property, belonging to the Estate of liich
ard Taylor, dee'd. yiz j ' ' : .
A Tract iof Land containing betw en 7 and 8
hundred acres, (uncleared) it being1 si part of the
tract on which the said Uichard fiel ; situated
on the waters oFTar River,' 7 milts s outh o' Ox
ford Three hundred acres of this tract is first
rate Tobacco land ; the remainder is free, pro
ductiye, and remarkably well timbered. Bonds
with approved securities will he required, pay
able at one or two years, each foif $ .,000. For
the residue (should there be -any) like .bonds
and securities, payable in 3, 4arid5 ;ears. , ITie
wliole of said bonds to . beariiitferest after the
expiration of one year, "and the ihtcjrest on the
last three bonds to be paid as it abcrues. : The
said tract, should it be found to sjrit the conve
nience of purchasers, will be sold in larctls j in
which event like bonds and securitieji in the pro
portion of the prices at which sai(l riarcels may
sell, will be required.
ALSO,. I j r
A Tract of Land-of 68 acres, inland adjoining
the Village of illiamsboroughlat present oc
copied by Bishop Kavensexoft. This tract has
gjod improvementssituated in a pic: .sant grove,
and convenient to a fii-st rate Spring". .It has a
sufficient number, of acres in wood-laihd to keep
up a continued supply of fire wood. Bonds
with annroved securities navaoie in 1. -,nu a
vears. to bear ''interest -after thej
- - w - - - - .1 . f - - -
tlie first year, will be required.5
; .1X0. C. TAYI
Sent. 21st". 1829. : . .
1 The Raleigh Star and KewbernjSpbctator will
insert the foretroimr advertise meU twicel and
rorward their hilts to me, at Williamiboro,
: v" '" i.''sifil' l.t. C. T
TkM RS.5ARAII GLENDENNlNGJiteof Gran-
iyX ville county, formerly resident sin Ualeigh,
lias latelv died intestate. ; Many of her next of kin
reside at fa distance from! tltis Tplacft and Ivdd
hereby notify all persons concerned tbatiEt the
expiration of two years frorri the 1st Klayj ?l8i9,
as prescribed Jby law, I shall ; be ready and wil -
to settle thesakI;'EstateTUe
tion of said Estate hiving been ccjmnjulted.to me
by the County Court ot Granyille County in May
which may be addressed to me at Raleigh,r N. C. I
- . - FAHKEtt RANPAdot'K
Wake county. 21st 2ay, .1829, ; -174 t?ta ,
. f Make vour Fortunes J? - - ' Ia ' vn n ?c at i? i -
Three PrizcsTqf; 10, OOO HolIars -
G,708 Dollars ,,
' 50 Dollars
' 40. Dollars !
I 30 Dollars v
, 10 Dollars:
J 1 :-U
48 Number Lotteryr Drawn Ballots.
Wlifila Tir.l-o CIA -l.: dT
; S I f ; Quarters R2 50. r -
rh t sio-ht rr n r., m t-.
I r .J- il rrr . . . -
1 sons loriunaie ;race. 1 - .;.
Orded pr. Omail enclosinc Cash or Prize Tic-k
ets will meet with the same'
ame attention as if, on
B. W. HE WSON,
. . ... . .
irginia S tate Lottery,
FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE
D is in a
Swimp Canal Company.
I To be drawn at Richmond,, on Monday the 5th
Lottery Nine drawn' Ballots
Prize of 10,000
nr rnn I
j j 47-5
34,220 Tickts. 3102,660
VATES & M'INTYilE.
Superior Court of Law. 1
Chatham County. FnllTemj. 'lSOJ:
Alfred Vestal & others I'S.Thos. Vestal- & 'others''
Petition tor the .division of'Ijands of William
' Vestal, 'd C- 4;
A lhat J6m Vestal, one of the defendants in
this case, jisnot an inhabitant of this State ; it is
therefore ordered, that notice' be published in
the Raleigh Register for six months of the filing
of the Petition, and that the said John Vestal, 'at
the next term of 1 his Court, on the 3d, Monday
of March next, pleail, answer or demur to the
petition, 6r the same will be taken pro confesso
exparte. : . ;'
CHAS. J.s WILLIAMS, -Clerk!
ON moderate terms, a neat Fannel Double
GIG lmd HARNESS, also an excellent l"a
mily HOUSE, accustomed to any kind - of Har
ness. For terms, apply at this Office.
Jtoanoke Navigation i Cpmpaiiy; l
THE Annual Meeting of the Stock hohiers of
the Roanoke Navigation Company, will be held
at Weldort, on the first Moiul ty.of November
next, beiiig the 2d day of the mohth? ft I
A. JOYNER, Sec'y. -
jTIOUND in mv Store, some time since, a Note
1 made! by T. P. Berry hill, and Samuel 15.
Hill, to John Mullis, senV. for the sum of $70,
dated 20th Oct. 1827 payable months after
date. Tli e owner can haye the same by apply
ing to me and paying for this advertisement.
' . , IIU. 3IcKENZIE. y
Morven, N. C. 7th Sept. IS29. I .' ; --: 17-;
... JlaywodtVs Jilaiiwili -
Brought up to the present tune.
GATj.ES SON; have just published an
ttl V APPENDIX to Hay WciodVfaun d, which
embraces the Laws passed since the year 1819,
under distinct heads, in alphabetical order, iof
eluding those of last Session, which renders the
Work complete. v ; , ' - ' . ' - 'l-'.
For this addition to, the Manual, noextra
charge w'dl oe m.le. , .- The Book will 'be aold
at Five -Dollars aa Jieretofpre. ; U r':. .:5;
Orders (will be instantly attemled to;
y' Sept.. 1, -1 8-9.: j -:.'" ' "" -' ..'f' "i- A'-r-
1Bl7 AS taken up and committed to tire Jail ot
- f this county,' on- the 2d of; March - last a
negro mar supposed to be a , Saye, w ho calls
himself S A M UEL -WILKINS, and sayslhajt ht
was bound an - apprentice to J Wmu.Mosely, - ol
NorfolkVand tliaVhe rarwwav'irom thesaui
Musely before his term of apprenticeship had eik
ptred. The said negro has been in this cquntjr
5 or .6 years, and has passed during that time .fs
a free man ; he.is about -24 years ot age, 5 ftet, 4
or 5 inches ttiffh, and -coal black . Theower
i of said negro is requested to come forward, proye
property rand pay charges, or-he! wdl be .dealt
..i " ii li J! -1. . ' -r i. ' iV ;.'---L,"
witn as me w uifculs.. .
' J " JAMES PALMER, Jailor.
I. Windsors Bertie coonty, Jane 9. -
I 'Prneadr. C7.'.-r' ' J 3-6ta
's a 'scheme.' The, erreati drawing HV 'hr Wion A'-,.n n : '' '.. , '.'
i -ir.- - rCt o t o w me puce wHwn a mi cor I .
place on' Friday 9th October . : , , V M hoMM.m i VI ?1 ""'
THREE PRIZES OF; 1 0,000 DOLliARSJ acbdutl
Great :New:Torh Xotferyt&h'Ctd& MW--;toM TheC
improvements are all riew iind 6.ished in the
hcs.t manneiwthey consist of atllwclline- Hotiw.
containing; ;.eighr 'rdqtns-with fire places,, besiilea
passages,; cl.sefs, cc,: a lare- pam a nd Stables,
and other necessary tOuthbuse There : Ate se .
veral never fiiUng Springs Cof ihe best Water on
the trct, and ka large ; and 6 weir selected fruit
Orchard r-:r.-X-'Tr ( w. :-''' '
I wilt sell thi? propVrtyJ
terms-rneithelr for money oh easy credits or wilt
excliange.it Tor Negroes: or: Western hnd.u ; f -
Application; :naybe made byjetter to the sub -scribe
r, at HHlaborough. -- -
''::; ' vv. andekson:
Nov. 15. ; t - 2) eotfr
Trcenty, Dollars lietva ril-
offered to the person giving ine'any irifor-
manon wnicn snail leatf to the discovery of
my Dosr. ;He wast Stolen on ihe 18th or 19th
-ii; " ,'.:r'.1 -:- f' ""uruw.j usu
I instant i U a lal'frfi ;ill U.t.. U.J
VPA. P"" white,e3ccept, the
I r v K' ,MU,C c7 c wiucu
I some dark hairs abbul if ? which gives his eyes
jijtuvc ui uciiiiiiietuai in size.- ' '
. --.y, . -y v- , .. U. 1. JJJiVKKIiUX.
-. Rale?gh,Sept.'21. ; " ; " . ; ; H ' ' v" ;
; y:-Jusf;;Jlcctivd L ,
, FabeVs Difficulties of Horrianisrri - Z: ' I-:-'.--j
Scotta Family Bible, fn 6 vols. 8yd. v : :r
The History and Mystery of Methodist H
s piscopacy,.by 9U'x. 'MVmne.-Jfs?'i i
; A pefencef thet Truth a set forth Jn the,
, c j History and Mystery of Msthodist Kpis "
-"" JOS GALES. &'.SON.'; .; ;
.4' TRACT OFNDi in . yake county; ly
5 tf on ioth sides off Du tch man's Oraucb,
contaiiiing 3Qr,acres,"and another Tract lyiuir 00 14
1 me somn siae or awift ureeic; j. Tne;Tracts are ,
contiffiioii, and were r purchased-some veaVs i
S bvthe lafe Vrn. Uilmour of Wm,vBrown. L V 7 1
i Apply to the": Editors of the Register, who are V
authorised -.by the owner to sell said land. J
Augptst 15, 1S29. V''' 'J'- ' ' '99ff':' :
Genera! Agency and Cojiveynnce 'Office. ; "' .
1 f111 subscriber respectHilly informs his friend T
" ,-.. . - :
s ;anji ine pubiic enerilly, that he hasoperK v ;
ed an Office Tim Seventh Sireet Wesi." about V -f
midway between th? .General. I'osf-Office and " ':"
ine jutnee oi tne national tnteiiig-encer, where , j
he will be thankful for orders; 1 Hct will attend
to the .settlement of accounts rof persons t a ' I '
distance; with individuals irf thia city :$rd ;rwith ;
he Departments of Government ; tjie payment
of taxes due on tlic lots of non-r esidents, as welT ,
as to the sale or leaamer of cityi property th r
eKcutio11 of eommissionsfor tak
tions'and evidence rtecessarv in caseMrAn;nr:-" " f -
in distant Courts s and anv Other hiiirtfKj" r.nm-'
mitteOto n ts cnarge. : . : . ' .
He promises prompt and faithful attention to
all matters committed to him, while his charges
snsn oe as moaerate as possioie; He is author
ized Hb refer Tjr gvidenceipf his competency to",
the following gentlemen :" j- - f U ' ; A j .""
Hoii. Joseph Kene,i late Governor of Maryland.
JHonl Chas F Mercer, . M, C' from Virginia. (A '
Hn. Joseph Pearson, late M. C from North
Carolina.- ..- ''':' -V A-. . I ''"
Diiniel CarroUf of Dudxlington, Esq. ' " j '
Joseph Gates, Jr Esq,, Mayor -of . -the Citv of-
wasumgion. . .o:-.: : .. .; ,.. .;
Gety It after Jones, Counseller at La w.
i -Richard Coxe JZsq ! " r do;
Richard 8. Wallach, I Eiq. t .''. doY.
r William Brent, Esq., Clerk the Circuit Coui t
1 nomas Munroe, Esq., late postmaster. ; ' 1
Roger Ct IVeightman, ' Esq. - Cashier Bin of :
Washi ngton."- ' J- '" y y,;y y.-.. ; ; " ' u
Jftlliam A. Bradley Esq.l President Patriotic -
Bank- . . ''-' -,.j.. .., , . .a"'' '
Thomas Carbery; Esq. Azle Mayor of Washing-
ton. ... -P'v t-,: rv- C. -v.m : v.. '":",''' . i.'.v-l . -
Vashingtoh-City Aug, 25,:1 89. ,
Twenty-three Shares -Stock of
the' State Bank of N. Carolina, and Fifteen. Shares '
Stock of theBank of Newberm : '- K : Y -' '
This Stock,, if not disposed of by Wedrtesdar ';'
7th October (being VVake Superior Court week)
will on that day' be offered at public salenear
the Qourthoase. ' -f ' 'f "r '-
Persons wishing to buy wdl apply at the Office'
of the-Bank ofNewbern. H 5 - 2 ; T. ; :
Raleigh, SepU 5. .. " i'-'': . 5 ts : !- '
JUST PUBLISHED ;
1 FOR ;
A O O ra i V.-: " V' '
CONTAINING besides the Astronomical Cal-,
eolations,1 Eftsaysvon Agriculture, valuable
Medical and. Miscell -neous Receipts, ; Anecdotes.:
a list of the Members1 of,' the next Legislature
arid of the Officers of the State and General Go-
vernmeni, ume o nouiing ie utnerem: Jjouris,
&c; &C. . hV'yyiS fcW I -i- .
This Almanack may be had .'wholesale" of the
Publishers, - Raleigh : of Mr, Edward J. Hale.'
Observer Office, Fayetteville, and of MrV Salmon f:
Hall: Bookseller Newbern and retail, --rot. most
of the Storekeepers in the "State. ' '- '
Sept. 1829. r. u ,-. 1 -; v
. 4;.-," .y' ,
TtlE Subscriber, has just finished 'two PIANO
JL FORTES ' with 5 Octaves and; Pedals.-
They are rhde on - the' Patent Organizing prin- ,
ciple,randrare;. pronounced by those- who e
seen tueot to be eqatiotne Destlsorinern manu
facture, in point ot lone & touch. They .are struuj
wilii . tne oest uerman wire anu win oe ivarrani"
ed to stand loiig in tune. . .The prices are $1 fa
and S18U. - He m3 ai30, on consignmemv a gooa
Instrument, made by Stuart of Baltiraoic, whicii
is bllere' f sale low, i ::, '':Vf...t'v f 'j . '
VHestill continnes to tune and Tepair,-Pianp,
as heretotbrei having on nana agoouasonrn6..i,
of Strings irim a celebrated Piano .Alaker in N.
York,; Second, hand Pianos bouat and sold, or,
ukenin exchange tor hew1 ones, i .'.
- Orders aresbiictted. .f 4 ,
.r ; - WESLEY WHITAKEU.,
, I A ffovi fc;ad JHpstri n.aou hir