v a - ;
1! ' -
. , - V ' ,i - 1 ' - ' -t 11 11 1 - , 11 ' ' 1 . . f . --- t . . , j ,
, , . ' - - 1 . . - . 1 1 1 1 1 1 - - - t - .
Jit tivt JDollar per annum half in Advance.
;Frdra this. well itlg proposed (d-thrpvv
the water int Jhe .Reserybir by: means of
machinerj moved by horse' or steam power.
, The tater. wul pasa offfrom thp bottom
ortbe reservoir through .a: pipe of. $6 inches
bre through ari arch way irt the foundation,
ahd ' in : the street belconnecfed with Jthe
main pipes pf.12 inch borevarid.by the latter
-will, be conducted through ,13ih street' to
the Sd avenue and. Broad wavv'ddwn..'the
former u ntil it intersect ft (he Bo w'ery, ' and
continuing on "to Chatham square and
down -Broad way. to Canal sf feet, Branch
pipes ot IU .and b inches bore will -be laid
so as to conduct the 4 water through ail the
intersecting" streets,'' and from the reser-
v)ip, iu iDc exireniB enu of me pipes nere
will. b-placed at nearly equal;. aistances
nygranis on tne two leauing streets, ana
the requisite number of stop cock. V "
' i f t is calculated that two;; miles, and a
half of 12 inch pine will - contain 55,000
gallons of water, Avhich added to, the 265,
000 in the Reservoir, , will giy e , a total " of
3$090d0'T-gallbnsV l.TTiii-immense supply
may.be .brought to bear upon any point a-
lung the: 'extensive line of pipe, and uKn
the intefsectiti" streets bjr means of. hose
which will be screwed on. to the hydrants.
As the surface of the water in the reservoir
when full, witl be 80 feet above.tthe level
of the. river, & as the highest ground in the
regulated part of thexity is only 4Di.iect
above the taino level, it is inferred that in
many parts of the city the water can be
thrown upon; the highest buildings without
the aid of an enzine,' and in till parts to
such a height as to check the devouring el
ement before the engines arrive, " c -
UnVP.nTIRMP.T : TS
Knt f?icc?eftic tixUen lines. Toetly inserted 3
time for a' Doltiir, and twenty-fire cents for
r' every Miceeeding pnbjication : those tt fjreau
- jHCATiost thankfully ;ripceiireL..:LTORS.To
. the Editors mustVbe pottpcid. ;
-: : - Paris in irsr.
ThV followincrJetter from ihe late Thos.
Jeflerson to a lady, dated Pi risj ebruary
rth, -1 T8r, is ia teresting; as. giving a vie w of
Jife in that city at that period. It will be
perceived that there is not much difference
between the '. life of a'1 fine lady as' Jefferr
it, and as it is in these latter
, . , :v-.
day. : ;
I :know, 'Madara,H that-the : twelve
rinonth is-,not yet eipired.i but it will be,
uearlyi before this will have thV honor, of
being put into youiharidsT;, You are then
engaged; to -tell me tru ly & horfestly, wh e
theryou'do not find the tranquil, pleasures
oT America prefrrable to the empty;bustle
of Pari. -For to jwnat does ,that bustle
tend ?t. i At eleven o'clock,. it Js dajr, chtz
madinnc Thecartains aredrawn.' ProjA
ped on bolsters and pillow's, and the head
scratched into a little, order,-the bulletins,
of the sjck are t tad and the billets of the
vell- i; She.'writes to 6ome of hef acquain
tance,:and receives theVisitrpf'uiHere
If the ntorning is not very Jhrongedshe.is
able to get out and jiobble- found "the cage
of the Palais, Ubyal.;-but she .must hobb:e
quickly . for the coiffeur's turnisl come,
and a treniendous turn it isi Happy if h
dpes not rnuke her arrive when dinner ia
hUf over! The torpitude: of "digestion a
little ; passed' -sBe flutters hair anhour
t brought the; streets, by paying visits and
then v; the spectacles,- ' , .;V;
These finished, another half hour is de
voted to dodging in and out of the doors of
ber very sincere friends, and 'air ay. to tup
ier. After supper, carols, and after cards,
Led ; to rise at noon the next clay,"arid to
tread like a mill horse; the" same trodden
circle over again. Thus the days of life
are cfniumed,rcne!by one, without an ob
ject 'beyond the present 'moWeqt'j ever
Hying ffom the ennui of tiiat, yet carrying
it with Us eternally, in pursuit or happi-ncss'x-
Which - keeps eternally before us-t-If
deathv-or bankruptcy happen to ; trip us
out of the dr'cle; ' it is. matter - foKthe bux
of the eiveningi and is .completely forgot
ten by lhe,next morniog. ' In:Aiuericaon
the other hand,- the society '.of your 'fhas-
band, tbe fonu-cares lor tne cniiurenf me
arrangeroerifs ofthe ;"hbuse,;ilTe imprbve
ments of the grounds, fill -every 'moment
tiih a healthy anda'nusefulactrvlty.-T-r-K
v ery exe r tio n ' i s e n c o u ra gi n beca u se t o
' pre&fcntlamuseraetit, it joins the "pfpiriise of
some fAurei'gbo.'Vllientervals of.Iei-
frure are filled by tficSociety of real friends,
r whose ffectibris. are notvthinned to cob
vv b, by be i ng s p read o v e r - a ': th o u s a n d ob
ects. Yl'S '.s. the pictufe, io the tight it
is presented to my'inind ;now,let, rue have
it iii yoors. Qf we do not concur this year,
. we shal) the next; or if not"their,-in;a year
or two Vnore.',. Yon; see I ani'filefermihed
Lot'-'tb suppose myself mistaken.''
" From ihe Journal of. Commerce.; v' ;. .
- 'EXTINGUISHMENT OB VittZiZ
-; Pew jribjf cts'-'bf a general nature, can be
more i rite resting' to pur citizens than this j
it having beehT"Urtd by' accurate observar
tions that. the number offires which' ifccuf-fed;frbip"Jan.;tb'-ped
occasioning a 'destruction off property vlo
. the airiQunt of SGd,403: 'o- . v; - ;
.. Aj45nicentpIaii. is 'now ;in the:; pfo-
: cessof execution for. the 'extinguishment of
fires tlje defails of Xvhich afe probably un
knuvvn to 'the -great majority of y bu r own
, citizehi.V -A lot Was. purchased, some time
since ob the S. Ercorner of .the iBowery
and , 13ih street, 105 feet by 2irv for the
erecuon ol a- Hub ic KeserVoir.'v : 1 He
surlaceof ihe ground, bnthelot,' s nine
fret -above the street level j and.to prevent
it from f washing: away,'-ai wall has been i e?
reelect tm, the s(Oe iostexpo8eut;;i2 leet
hih4 feet thick at the bottom, and , 2s at
s tin tlis plot 6r ground is. erected a foun
dation of1stue work;, 1 2 feet.highand 'f45.
jni diameter, exclusive of its base; vv'hich is
iiiibeilded three Teet;i n , the earth. V fhe a
j inwuni or stone Which has been used ,m its
! 'conaird'etiuii, including the wall firstjjnen
tiified,i nearly 4 200loadi. '.Circular
HetervoirVofcast ifon 42 feet ih.Uiapoeter
; datjon;to cbnUin, as estimated, 2G5,000
gallons,? or 4206 hhdsv-1 ; ; j
, At Vdisubce of-0 feet'from' the Resef
; yir,a JWell is digging, 15 feet in iJiametef,
: hich ;ia already suolCo thV depth of 32
v feet.) .Tbe 'last 1 r.'feet ;are through ;fock,
I IfMm tH'e ; fis'sureV of .' Which, vater wo w runs
. ? Ve Wuuot of 1200 galls, per Xlay. It is
''jQtebded to sink t. 15 I eet further, which
, sT-'wUl bring he bottom to the leyef 4f-; tid e
Hater. !ahon -;i oniiniiaii Nlot .t JVpri
'.We have transcribed for the amusement
of our readers, an account of the Cucullo,
from I e t tef s w ri t te n i n t he. interior of Cu
ba by the late Rev; Abiel Abbot, .of Mas
sachusetts, VThe whole work would well
repay the time spent in its perusal. It
contains many yer-y interesting particulars
of the inhabitants, prwlucts and . scenery
or me lsiauu, wmcn .win ue new. io uiusi
readers. - -'s 'I ',.
7e Cucullo. I had scarcely' arrived
in this island before this splendid insec?
was mentioned by all my young acquaint
ances in terms, as I thought, of enthusiasm
and 'extravagaricenatural to their age.-
But I observed that the elder and more se
date were'alranst; as' unmeasured in the
terms of their description." I remembered
with what delight, in my childhood, I used
to gaze on the meauow or lawn in summer
when the fiife'fliei were plenty! anil cheer
ed the darkness f the evening by the sud
den flashj and as sudden an extinguish
ment of their ray or .light; and 1 supposed
the Cucullos "otishc afford an exhibition a
little more splendid. " :
rhe season for them has come. " One or
two inade their appearance the first :even
ing,"antl were hailed ' like the first notes of
birds in the Spring.v ,A few more cheered
the second evening, and after .the' lapse of
a week, and the fall of a heavy shower;
they are innumerable. Their sportive
hour -commences .'with, twilight. They
dart in all directions like so many brilliant
stars or-comets over the top of plantation
or trees, now. soaring, again ''descending,
suddenly they wheel from one direction to
another, pursuing. and pursued! and play
ing their circles round each other with a
sort. of -magical enchantment. It seems as
if the stars had left their orbits and -were
mingling in a mazy dance for the enter
tain merit of the transport ed gazers. C
VOurglow worm and fire "fly are not to
be mentioned with vthe Cucullos. The
Hht which these give is . not a flash,' but
steady emitted through'two Jarjg'e'eyes, al
ways viiibte, except : when they are-flying
from you,and it is a light ot uncommon
Whiteness and purity hot. like the fiery.ra
diance of Mars, but the soft beams of '-Venus,'
the morning and eveninglstar. The
Cucullols. about au '.Inch and a ;half Jong
and one, fourth of an inch broad. In the
day jine it Js sleepy, and gives but a faint
light, of considerable brilliancy,-however,
when -shaken, In the night they give
light enough jfor the purpbses of the nurse
ry, and youngf eyes ; cau see' to. readljy
im-r-r:M" Tat .- ? r
. r i f Jo8eiiK Gales -&JSonl
TTAVE. in Store a yery, general I assortment; of
J.JL- School and other IiookscStationety, &c-7
which; they offer for sale to Country, Merchants,
Tekqhers and others," on the mo4t ccommoda
ting termsi, consisting ini prtj as follows "
i' Scot t's Fatnity Bible a new diu on', 5 vols.-
Family Bibles, 4to. in, various ,hin4nc;s i do.Ho.
8vo.-in dodo..' docket do. fine edition, in- extra
bindings' do. dev common V School do. Focket
2'estaments, in various bindingsVISchoordo
lommon Prayer, do. do. Sec. V "
Art,t)f Readin.e; well
J uvenile leader " "
Popular I .essohs , -Looking-
' U 2 and 3 ' '
do?; 'Latin do '
Murrays English Read'ri
do, s-t introo action
'. do r : Sequel
National Reader I
. dcrc;; ' Orator : K
Columbian do '
d o E xnosi t or .
A m erican Preceptor
Murray's Eng". Grammar
: do do do (abridged)
do do Exercises; -'
4do Key to v'.v j
GreenleaPs Eng. Gram-)
.mar :; ' ; ' -- . :
Ingersol's "do ;. . ; ' ;
Comly's - do : '
Browns , do ., ' -
Uo-trd man's do '
do Key to do
S mi ley's - ido
do ? Key to
, do -
' Yaluablei leiicaVlioolis.
1 -B ERNETH V!S -Le'clu res'. vbtsu" V.
jL'- Homerfs Special & General An3tomy,,2 vols
- Bichat's General Anatomy' 4 val9. v. ' . i
- Aoacomy na j'ainoogy
Bell's -Anatomy;- 2 volsr,
:iilies Morbid jnatomy;':
Gibson's Surffery, 2 vols . .' : 4 ;
2 vols. i
do . ' . . .
do: . ; f ..
jquel to Anth-
Whelpley's Compend of Robertson:'
History- . "
T tier's Elements of do
Grimshaw's ; History; of
Hate's I'j do U. States
Willafd's do XJ. States
Gooilrjch'do U. States
Pitkin's O do U,. Stages
Howe's do Greece
Rollins Ancient History
- Nature- ." ;
Hume, Smolfetand Bis-1
set's . History, of .Eng
- 5 .
's .History. of
5th ' ; . .
o , America
India vt . , ,
Scott's Lite of Nanoleon
The History of ; Modern
Kuropei who an ac
count of the Rise and
Fall of I the Roman
Irvinjg'd Life and iVoy-
ages of Columbu a
bridedj for Schools;
AnquetiPf & Ramsay's
Adam's Geography, and
Atlas..': - . ''a.
Morse's do do
Worcester's db . do
I do Epitome do
Smiley's Geography and!
f: State ofori-CardliQa
A : nfthrt'of EadttvA'SepteimSererini 1829.
ilary G.-Clark and others," legatees of Mary &i
The . Executors & legatees bf Mary; S. Blount.
Tapoeariiig toxne-sausracuon oi ,mra vouii,
that ltobert Stuart and Mary his wife Sarah
Foote, Van Ness and Marii his wife, B'enhet
BarrowMartha Barrow,; Mary-Tayfor;5.vVChe.
vallie; Lewis ; Williamson; and :sMary - his wifei
Mrs. Li B. Proswr-the representatives of Jacob
JtunteriT the representatives of Catharine Darby,
Elitabethi Hunter, 4Jno. S Uushwdrn;and Jno.
Summerville legatees 1 and V defendants . iathts
case; are not inhabitants of this Stite j it istheref
fore ordered,, that' puhlicition he nade tn the
Raleigh Register foriix weeks that unless they
appear at our next Court," to .be held for the
county aforesaid, at the' Courtho use rtiTatboro',
on-the second;' Monday itt;March.nextiand an
swer,, plead or demiar, Jtldjment will, be lafeen
pro confesso,and Jieard.ex parte asl to them.
Witness, l4aac'-4Norfleet-r. Clerk Vand Master, of
said C otirt, at Office, .the second 'Monday'in. Sepi
tember. 1829..;." i ' . I ' V ;'' VUf. .
l&f -m-'X ISAAC. NO UFLUETi . C. 5L. E.'
Websteis Spelling B'ks
Comly's do dot
New-YoVk, ; do 4 do
Picket's do do
do - large
, ' 5do' pocket
Johnson's . do :
Todd's Johnson's " do
BoyeHs French !- do
Nugent's do ; ' do
Newman's Spanish do
Primary Dictionary '
Entick's Latin do
do . :
Murray's Spelling B'ks.
s Latin ' Die
Buck's Theological Die
tionary !' '' ' r..' " I
Brown's Dictionary of
Hooper's. Medical do r "
Pickeririgis Greek Lex-
icon I - '- "V; '
SchreyeliaS'; Lexicon --
Grove's GrJc. Si Ernjr do
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Medium and -Royal Pa
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' 0C7 All orders iir the)r line attended to,' with!
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'.. Oct. ,9th -1829.. X'iVt. ,:-:-:.5
i ew urreen p 1 uc u niurena
was stolen tWm the piazza'of ahbijsein Jtbis city
on "Suiiilay" eyeiiiiig' .last.rv "Any' person i seeing j ;a
Negw iri'bosse'ss"ion,of such a one! in the city or
its. vicinity-'wiU pleaSe give intbrrhatioh thereof
at ; this Office, ."and they shall be liberally, com
pensated. - i.' - - : . r i-oct. 14. 4
I ITSS E. GEDDrXs prcbared'to-kc-
commotiate. eight Membersttvithe- approaching
ucnwiuit vvji.ii tuam, ucujer jwiui me s a(ui
v- Cooper's First. Lines of Surgery, 2 Vols
r..i. n.llfAAa'tlilifrirAitii ,
7r s Dc ! wees bo Females ' -. ;.jfv
; ,do - on Children t . v
Francis's Denman s,;
v'.s'Good's Study of Medicine,' -5-vols--. $ -j
y.i.i. Gregory's Practice, ;2lvoIs. new edition
Thachers Modern Practice . i , r
Cullen's Practice- " ' " ' ' -
v " Thacher's Dispehs-iory ' . i
.Edinburgh 1 -do--- - . ';
i -Paris' Pbarmacologia ? ' - r!
Cooper on Dislocation t - ' ,
3t"" Murray's Materia 'Medica
r. EberleVC'do . p k do '
Mageridie's ' do- - , ;
- Richerand's - A do
Bate man's Synopsis
1 H unter on the B loodl r
1 ' - Scudamore on the Goutv i
j. Armstrong" on Fever and Consumption
" , Armstrong's Medical WovksV ,
l)arwins Zbonomia, 12 vols.
With', many , other -'valuable Medical" Works
which will be sold on thevmost favorable terms,
by- , - - J uALES w SON.
' i Raleigh Oct. 14. , ' ' i
CHE APER.s THAN ; E VTER.
TILLIAMS HAYWOOD are now receiv:
if ing from New-Yorkand bjfer for salei
, 100 Gallons best W. S? Sperm. Od - v
V. 200 lbs. Northern 3Iould Candles I :
300 'Turpentine Soap . 7 ;
200 . : best refined Salt Petrett :f :f t
150 ' Poland Starch r
100 " Black Pepper -
- i 150 ? Race and ground Ginger
ioo - jAwfefr&;
x 7 do'. Hibbert's London; Porter;
.. "j 3 Old Port Wine . . ; y B
..';:V' 2 Boxes best American Mustard for Vale
Dy tne; pouna. , f:,":! -':":-c-l;);
2 V - Superior SpermV Candles ;v
i; 20. Kegs-White LeaoT " :-tvMd
12 Boxes Window. Glass
500 ibst Putty :;r:'i:v
4 -;v 36 doz Wine Bottles v ;
rt 3 50 1 b s.; b est ?Araerrcan Gl u e
f 500 ; ereen Copperas X '
'150- v Ground-Fustic
150 'Allum , - .
'-; 75 Dbtch Madder ground
25 l Spanish Inditrb - :, .
, 500 :: ;U v Brown "fG
500 Wilmington Rice v ; ,
2 Coils, B:devand trace Rope-l-
- l'Bale shoe thread
j : - .1-Package basket-salt for Table Use?
x 12 Bundles" English, Gerb arid vltaliart
'v'-' ' Violin string consisting of lit 2nd 3rd
.' - and 4thsw ;'7- v' " C";''-'
. W. & H .' are also receiving an adqitiona) su p
ply of D ruS,v Medicines, ain tV &c. &c.;'vvhich
makestheir assort ment very completer 'f'f-
Physicians supplied on good terms and all or
ders prbmptly-'attebded to. :" S;: ;y
?;,"' IfOa SALE! ,.
'-. .'-( ' .- ' '''.-..- -
.. . - h.-..-4.x ... j 1 v' i
1r.VTISH to sell the place within a mile cffli::
borough, on vhich 1 now reside. TJierc
205 ac"rei,i about one halF.'clearedton acre-
"Meadow land'and the balance in v d. T!
improvements are all new, and Tinished in t'.
J iest manner--they consist of a Dwelling; Horis
rcontafning eight rooms wit fi ftre places bt sides
passages,-, ciosets, c. a Ur-e Uarn and StabU .t,
and other. necessary Outhouses. - 'fliere are sz
eratnever failing. Springs', of -Uie best v.utr 'c i
the tract,; and ajar je and well selected , t
Orchard. . r rK ;t
. I will sell this property ",on the mo'.t t
termsrr-either for.mone Von easy credos r
exenange jor negroes or western lands.
l Application may be made by letter to the suh
sCiber,-at.HilIsborougb ' "
' ' W. 'AIIDEU30N.
; .' '4
SWA1 3VLg PSJC
Just-received 2 Boxes of, the' abo ve valuable
Medical Qollege of S.' Carolina.
THfc-Annual CcWe of; Lectures in th'n In ii
tution,',wilL be resumed oh-th second .T;j.7
rfay in November? on the ?blf'iwingBranchc :
i .Z&natomtp-Z-by John Edwards Holbrook, -f J. D.
.Surgerff-r-by J imes Romsu-y, M.-D.'
v Institute and Practice of Medicine by S a r; u e 1
Henry Dickson, M. D. ,i' y -.
'MateriaMedica--hy Tlepry H.' Frost, M. ,D.
sObstetrtcsxind Dheatesnf )Vctkeh and Cl.uli C i
-by Thomas C PrioleauM. D; r - -'
t?Amrby-Ednumd Raveiiel, M. I).
Natural Hii toy and JJolany by Steven l;!!,"
btt, L. LvD.;( !" . ' . .
! ' Pathological )atid Surgical Anatomy by John
Wagner, M. D. " ' -
Demonstrator of Anatomy Jnr. Wagner, M. D.
, t' HENRY II. FROST,' Dean.
August 10. . 2lawtN'
JTkFFnRS for Sale his HOUSE. v& LOTS in tlic
LJ' TpwriTof pxl orl,wit h. the LAN D adjoini n '
about 200 acres of which about 60 acres .-.re
bbdland. The House is 52 by 40 feet;, corn
ab'dibu.; and, welKfinishedi throughout, having
grooms ithre f floor, wi!!i a
wide: psaeoHachfgare't distributed into
closetsarid twb eomfbrtable' roonis and a cellar
under the vhblediyided into several apartments.
It i9 situated 'in a moit; 'beautiful ''grove of O ks :
aUachedo it a largeFalling Garden furnislic d
with ; fruits; selectedroni the north-nn Ice-I I ouse
Cviristriicted of rbeka"stoneSprn-Hoti?---a
Well, of excelleritwater jn th eVarda n 'Office .in
the yird Suitablljmr, a Lawyer: ad very riece
sary Outhouser . all in good repair. : ;.
;Also,;k TAN YARD now in -operatic ;i, whir ,
riiight give employment to'8 or 10 ban ia, having
lOJ'icres of land attached to jtj and in the pre"
misea ia a cp v, it li
every cohyehjle rnce 'fiifa 7tamify residence A
belter ebhtructed Yard; is ''I se Jdoni 7 Ween a ny
wherelThis prppertywill be disposed of 0j
reasonable and accommodating terms, r ,
l,liU. 11. Xul IT L F-J 0 1 1 It. '
. v' k -
V Oxford,' Sept:: 1. .
Voct. 14th, 1829.
WILLIAMS & HAYWOOD."
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Brbu ffh t u ri to 'the nrese n t ' ti rn p. " r -1
... ... o . r,.---.- r7" "-
GALES & SUN have, just published an
APPENDIX: to Haywood's Manual, which
embraces the Laws passed since the year-, 1819,.
under distinct heads, in' alphabetical order, iiu
eluding .fhosej of last Session, which jeuders' the f
yyoric-compiete. ; h r ;
, For -this additionto the' Manual, i no 'extra
charge, will be made. The Book ,wiH be sold
at Five Dollars as" heretofore. 0' s;
' Orders will be instantly attended to
Sept. 12, 182y. -i.t V -i
lloalioke Navigation C6mp.ny
DELINQUENT Sr6ckhalders in .'theTOoanoke
Navigation Company are "requested to take
notice,l-lhat.the' , ; v- ; ' v , r J
1st. requisition of10 per cent, became due the
t -i : .'r flst of February,-1817
2nd. s do : -1 1 U do 1 5th Febiuarv.' . r 1818
ldoSv?15 do 10th December , 1818
ao-- io uo ist Septembers; 1819
10 do 1st .February, -1820
10 do' lst January, ,
v '8 . co 1st Feb ruaTy,
3'do 1 st January,'-
, do 1st- October, : -
St do-lir-Februarr 5
4 do 1st March.
9th o; :
lAifi uOr uo isi Marcn, f
12th ",db;4 : 4t,do 1st June
13th b 4.dd 1st January
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culations, Essay 8 on ; A gr ciilt ure, valu ! ' ;
MedicarandMiscellsineous Receipt lJf Aiiecd er,
Vtist of the M'f mbers of . the next Leplti s r
and of. the Officers bfthe State and Gn'trul
verimerit,Mimeof holding the different Co .l .
&C. ftc- ,-'( zr ' o - : .. , .'.,-
-ITnis Almanack may" be had whol-?re jf ths
Publishers, Raleigh of, Mr., Edward . J. Hale,
Observer OfficeFayetteville, and of Mr.' Salmon
Hall, Bookseller Newhern ; and retail, of .-most
of the Storekeepers in 'the iState. ; .
; Sept. 1829. -0"s. ' , ' ' -.
w "... . s
i f liy order of the Hoard ot-Drectors. - l7 ,
; Weldon, Sepn 30,' 1829 ; ! ?. . 151ra
-rThiportaht Sale qi
f' "' -
NTuesdaythe 3d:,day of , .November next,
TvjMthSubscwbere will off er'at public'Auction,
twerityvbr;tUirtyLotsj-in the i Town ;of -Veldon,
eligibly itriated,'jsbme' immediately on, the basin
andanal, and all possessing ' such advantages
of location aswill roeetithe views of purchasers!
f 'WxtDOK-is situated pn an elevated plane,' the
'south side pf Roanoke River,' at the toot of ihe
great Falls arid Basin of the Roanoke Canal.' It
is the pUiceofdepositTor Btteaux Navigation,
from whence produce . is .shipped to Norfolk and
Richmond and thef point . of intersection by"the
Petersburg transportation Linej with :tbe-Roanoke
Naviation." 1 c -C",VA',
- Txans : ,Six'months credit for Bonds with sa
tisfactory security. Title to be conveyed" upon
the payment of the purchase money, and'a dis
count of six per cent will be allowed for, cash
JOHN G. CLlAIBORNE,'
"JNTR. GtJ10?J, ' most respectfully ret -rns ' -lYj-hanks
to the Public, for the vciy liL
encourffgement jie has received since he-opencl
this ESTABLISHMENT and. bepes to ir erit a.
continuance ot their favdrs. S-'? .
'vMrrG. has' the satisfaction to inform t!i rub
he, thatinaddltion to the imp; vemer.ls k'rt id-
made; tight additional Room will be con.-phtell
by the ensuing Session of the Legislature, v. hi-.'
will enable; him. to accommodate a 1 r-er r: ' cr
of Members of the A ssembly tlun heretoiere. -Tbe
charges, as hitherto, -will be uniform r-J
moderate, viz i for a Man and Jlcre per ,
Ji; 50 for, a. Man atone, 'Jlwjth a s'. ill ; l:Z
tion to those;whb.wisl a jBeparate table.
'Members of !heAssemb!y'wUl bu c sr t
$t lerday. Those wholi tve rooms to th?r ti ,
will. besubject' to aVaddkional cha; ;e for t'
.; Travellers desirotis of stopping at the II G . . L
are ofteiv rinisled, by. -enquiring-f r -tlie C:
House.; They are infornied," that the St.":. ,
not make it theK regulaj stopping . Hou j -is
the House knownby jtbat appellation, , A
marty person who trajref in-" the Stage'do'stop
thejlotl; and many others would, th . y I i ! S
be assured,they;wouldTiot be delayed, tf : r
informed that, no greater delay vili ' e c ; r-.
those who wbh tp 'repose'.themf lvc
M vLT - v II Kjk Cllffl trx i- &
V WVi fill WW UUIV, VU HUV4 . ti w J i
bed" and room fur th'a purp us v . .- itb
fare 4 he market arhims?? .4 ; . ; :
.'.The "situation of this House :is cne rf t!ie r o
pleasant: in the City,beiog immt-Jiauly .r.orth
of the Capitol, adjacent to th2 L .nc53 p ;:t cf
the town,-; but without 'the inHuenci tf l!.e tin v
and inConvenrence attend in it.
It is now little mdrd thau a year, linCw t! '
scriber .tookr;possession ot this UstaUlL.1 i ,
when he foundthe llbusei ; enrifely out cf ;
and almost, without custom. Heiiow his it i.
power to sayi . that he-has r.ut only recei ved .v-. .
courage ment, sufficientr to' justify tile. iuiproW
menls that have been made, but-tho- e aUo in" t
are,m&"kin even without that support from '.'"
Stage Proprietors' which be-belie vci the cbm t--:
nience's, comfoit and-attention vhich are to j.c
met with at the Hoter,deserye:, ; .iiic! ;
fairly proven that the Public will j,ive t! pre., . , r
. .I 4- U..1.1:-r', ' - 1
a a '
lies ot those who mY accomnanV tliemy Earlv I . rj ; A11J U. CilUUlLl!i - r I " , . . 'v..-Vri
inolicationla reaueitetL. Ic- S.rtK 10 - V Oct. 6th'lCC5. - ' v . IStS,- "r':R!dei''bV CcntV ISSrrsS:
' rn bttodaat:fcupply :i S
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