v..' J I V: vj :,-:J i. s . ...i. .-.,-.
i - i " f. I F . -y -J- s' K- ' " ........ . : . - - - . - - - " ' ' - . v 1 ' . " ' ' " - ' -,.' - ' -. - -y ,. - , . .y -- .. ,T ' . . - A"
s published very M on at ikLTavhsbat; bjt
Pit,noUar$ bet annumhalf in advance
A I)YR RTT K M KNTS
iot exceetinff:ijrtfen lineal natt.Tnjeriecl 5
times for ihollaifchtiWenty-fiVepeta'for
every succeecunjf puDiiqaTiou : musc wi
-ef lenttth'm the same' prrtportion-...C6fKip-
xicATiosrl itiankYully rVcelvetl..iMTTf tr
f'the'Eciltors must be rpoiffiaM7: " k-; '.
l-.-t : s
rEv'ery desfsnlhg pVlMical loiaye, finds sit
cy;;'-.wlie he is JabourMg to make himsejl
srt"ebJy;t the expense "of hia country!
The man whp cteansf his;wn shot-s and
pabki his own nmrket, basker, i aa ana
tpcralf.UK ti e" tan dsVup ;. niaii fuUjf?i 11; Ui e
support uf "sound - piiofplea 6CgivtTnment
anil openly, expren k his contempt fori the
wffice-seekijigtinob-L ftterers f the iumU
Almost everj "lay we have eviilenc ot this
absord accusatioo iif st aristae factf?, an
ptes, is fhe;es&entialV(tiem"etf--lf !-i 1 society :X
the ansfacretcy" tf :birth:;ani! wealth f
now 'of little account;. The fl 1 0V1 rig no
tide's ol the grfat and irifluentiai aristucrttU
of Englaiid, pertinent to the viorpark
u LnrU v'EliIo& and Lord Sto well, (John
and Wmv Scott.) are; -the aoiis o(. a 5 bnrge
master and a small deaer in coal in Nevy
caitte l'nl itwell b.rrowed g40 to go
to the ircuif,and buibuppVrted ;-theiu
ielves tot a time by their talents as private
tutors. "jLqrcl Tenderden is the.son of a
fcsirdresser and obtained ar elemusynaijr
educdtiiiri on the foundation f :a charity
belonging tolhe'townThe Xtrd Chancellor-is
the. son of MrT Copley, the paiut-
TheChief Justice of jhe Court plCo m
tnon Plea!4, is the soniof an attornejt f kMr.
John Williams, one of thetBenchers ofhis
loo, ;w the soir'of a, horse dealer, in ' Ynrk
shire. Mr.' vE.;Poil(ick?tanb
is the sun of a saddjer ofthat .name at
Charing iCruss MrBickersteitlit'alsci a
Bencher; was nt longsince house surgeon
and accquclier iu the fao.ily of Lord Clif
ford, 'ihe- mother of Mrl .Gurnbejfv' tlie
Bencher kept a stnali . bubk'V shop tor the
wle of pamphlets in oiie of the courts of Uie
citjr'v Mr. Campbell the King counsel.
and son4iflaw to Sir Jarr.es Scarlett, was
a .reporter to atlailjrpaper, at a tirne ?when
sach labor was tnucawors'e 'paid than at
present; MrV " Serjeant Soankie. ?was one
of hin co'deasiocs -IM r. Stephens, the Alas
ter in he chancery : was al90- a reporter,
den, is theson of a barber,!and wasclerk
to Mr. Groome the operative-conveyancer
to the latV M arquispf Londonderry 1 1 is
deitwag ppp6sed (nr the ground that he h d
been a clerk-and' 6ut" ; for t he 'extrj ioU
of that most "amiable manV' and - ornament
of his profession, JSt. Ilargrave who -contend
ed v for: hi a d tuishiun, v on x the grou nd
th'i t, ' wht te ve r he had bee nv h e iva s a . m a u
oi talent, and had written a oook wyicn tns-
played cuaf'ificatiiinof superior order, lie
would; now have: b cn ': any thing but Sir
fcd w a rd : B u i te c 1 h a w S id e n , S01 1 c tor G e '
J)erijp, of the depart
.The greater 11 uoibe r
t e d in e m be r a v 1 th e
their live, niseinuch iff the tame manner
1 Chief-; Justice Suunders; whohe; reptirts
t this day,Jfin the best book to pleaders;
ia. beggar? 1oyt -.first. taken1 notice of by
ftn attorney 9 who v took him .into his orTice.''
Lir d Ke ny on was an attorney's" cf e r k
"m ,1 fr r&t tup'itratiiti fiinduoHl
1 41 1 ll. i & t.. .. .. t.. 1 -. . 1 . u-.Jn.iriK' .hf'tit-,..... ....fri..-
!i f II
uhlaindy; At 41 -e ltnie, ie
"Hill. tlit dn'ii.i; nil I! if '.-.Of id ilff ;.-hp. . h.'tH
nerxjeness auu uu.
Uukjn-Hlvf ktUi a'lu g.ect ofdiutnaii 00
tiiius.t?, l-I'lie iVarrati veaubiui nr.d 1-vlVct
V diVthjrrXtlas, is a striking iustunce
J'1 diene-laticr titi ..fcliaVacler: vArid'il
h,ust be;; tou'tcMivd, that however uiv.rdi
""Le nrW; .1. ... ..;u;",uv
The ' mfocracyW: of rel igtn and 1 of wV
f natrve' talent, and of J honorable, princi-
anc, aoout ila or iaf 01 me present ;,uari is
tcrs wefe reporters lor; the? daily pa pers. 1
The present Soi icitbr General, :M r. Sug
jori namwicKe wus a peas a u i; a i u a J ier
buy ' lijrd rhail6wr hiiiiMjIf ah ii!uVti
trn of his'bxvYrfruTeV used to Va v; that ; ttie
Sure t cause cause f sucVess to a Barrister;
4r4 parts and iVertjr.'jl'Wlieii; Krskine
.fcidJ jCurrau ;o uce.dined w i t h Bis j r es en t
JVI ijvtyiihen Prince VVafc's, hhe Prince
fcVve'.a iOai, voeV'Kpksue- said,
lie, owed "every tniug tbe-Ur Vnd Cur
1 an .added, rneuwhat 'may I - Way -5 if ice
it hj rabed meib'd the coiuiittbn.1ut .'a
t-dint to iaetubfe bf niyriiice.y
, ii j Vsts " t - r . ' "y ,v -
."'CllAR'rllIMI Orf. 1 Vfl:4Af iljfl) .
Dr. WUh,"saB ihe NewVoi k " Atlas;
,!i hi iiotlce f rr. nVrrf'inji Suliatj-'' 'Jives
f . -: r" S "'UI TC-' UlC HH'i.1 CH " i , - IIUTl
Kvniplf-ii" i0tie luvTtsion s'f tlie i'ntKis
'"VpirVas this MrnuJi! he necesi.irivtore-
Cur,-,." , - ' , V , - r .
power ami 1 ;cm c uauisuuicm iiuutscu- --jruouc Jnteriainment. : ;
rone v- -v-' -, " -..v -v j ,-,, V
;.hY;Aef.pl rrtf!? RW0n,hobe .t-JOHN, B UFF A do re pect-
feehf.K4 of justice anL mercy have.. been ; V. ): fid 1 Informs the Public, that he has
somewhat blunted by a Iwig residence, m j I purchaedhe Fubliq, House former-
the Augean stable; and. a familiarity with '&slJ s Occupied" by. Wm," -Bi-ll ami'
it :ibominations.;seekanI'excJue br,a Jus
t i fi'ca t ion for, t fie.se arbi trar v 'pVoceedi rrgsr
1 11 ; 1 1 j a r i 1 p a x n.e ner e r s r a re ; to e r se r
van Is ,0 f Gp yer 11 men t a hU shew )) y; the! r
leedy acquisition of we,alth,r that they
miisf bet ray their trusts v "But these a rgu
inentsJhadas theyi i're; cannot apply to
thcae of a wealthy. Jew, a certain Shapdji;
aTh is ma n h ad a cq u i red i n t rad ei a n d ba r it
hig transactions, an i immense fofturif, ;but
he had never been in the service" govern
joent, either as 'director, of mint, or inknj
htne r pact t y.;t At 1 the :i me h eWas rpo
sing on Jiis laurelsor his "sac ks'of sequins,
a nd eems to .'hi vo 'retired Jn agreat ,uea
ure from' the dangerous arena fur nothing
lojTurkey'is sbjcertaih adanger; is :the
gaining pf moneys -Of his wealth he; made
ihe most noble use 5 his generosity to "thjp
unfortunate cured hihi the Vnle-.Qf.-.vFai
ther of ihePoor,? and this froin the unaV
imous -voice' of Constantinople f,- frf, supe
rior to the restrict eel spiri t of h is caste, he
ga v e;! al j,' and i. whether the' . su flferer was
ChVistun Porky or Jew wa's disregarded
by -his univrsa'philaiithrophyy JVPopujar
sy m pa thy ;vas strong in favour, of such h
TuanTj?and event he tena ri t s of tfe Kof an
(fertije J a i t in c u 1 ca t i o : 1 s o f char i ty ) sa n c
tified and defehded Jn'au: 'But in the eyes
of Alahirioud, instead of Sliap'djt's charity
coVu ri ng a m u 1 1 i t ud e 'bf.i n s,-?.h is. wealth
covered. all his virtues Mouvy was wanr-
d money inutbethad if .and he'unreleut
ingiy., ordered jte.muoler of the gbod'nian,
antl the confiscation: of a! Ls his property. .
Thj Executioner and' soine chiayuches were
depa tched do the ' Jew's residence the
lat?er advriced and knocked at the -door,!
wh'u h was forthwith opened by thescrvant.
The chi ioushes , .desired to Jspeak wth
Shapdji ; the servant .requested them to
enter f , they declined doing so,.--and iaid
Shapdji 1 mustldt scehd to them, as they
wee bearers oft a message from the'Porte.
The charitable Jcyl was confined to his
bed by ''Sickness. ;,.but he ; sent down his
brother to hear the business or to iavite
the messenger to ascend. 'Phe ' chiao'ti
hes Vepeateduhitt'thyj must conimu'nica te
personally with Shapji that he must .cooie
downthat their business with him would
not occupy a minute. ' The srek man, "'not
knowing what awaited hiov rose from his
couch threw 'on the hehiish. and support
ed by his brother and a servant, i Went
dowii to the iloor. , His fot-had scarcely
touched the threshold when lthe execution
er, who-had lutiiei to remained concealed,
rushed' Upon hioV and : passing the fatal
cord over his neck, strangled him., wiih;;bi
giving hini time.to idTer tip .1 prayer to. his
God. YohapdjKs brother le,II senseless in
the vtreet.rv The myrmid.ms of despotism
turned the;dMiu?ticout of 1 he house, and
pujL the, imperial real on its doors. The
immense weal! ht wrispresentlv secured
and conveyed to, the hoane 5 and a dona
tion off! 00,000 piastres, or about 1,800
to the V iciim's brot her, to keep him front
starvms: waseierotts'.oiade by the Sul
tan When 1 w;s in ' tonst;ntinoplH the
tragical talewas in .every one's mouth,
and everi-.turlcs;grie.ved fur the.fujlof :vihe
good Jeiv, and regarded v tins proceeding
wuh horror;" - , - '
-: ' - iiiiiiii WW y Of
h'North-Carolina JBiJile Society.
' f ' Sept30, 1829.'
X pSQVED ?That the friends of the Bible
JLl: cause throughout the State,, especially De
legates from the Bible Societies within the State,
be Invited to meet in '..General Convention-' on
Wednesday .the .l6thvday of December next, in
the' eity. of It tleijjlt, ' tor the purpose of devising".
efficient1 measure tor furnishing, within a given
timethevvofe State -with i'au adequate supply
of"Hddes ; '..'-', - "
XThe Mahigjeys were led to the adoption of the
foregoihjr Resolution at the request of a neigh,
boring Bible, Societyi andalso, in consequence
of a communication -received froai' the American
Bible Society, "m the same subject. ' ; ,
. -)jy order of the Board,
h T .v;vr . ' - 4 -J, "GALES; Sec'y.l
Editors friendly, to-the object if the above
resplution are requested to. give it a few inserti-
v kbr P.,S."The? Secretaries oft several
Auxiliary! Jjibie :-Societies ha ve ' request d
that th'eratJovMeeting be ' held tn Wed-
btafe of Nfcorth:CaroUna;
' BeUie County,
. Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
;'jV August Term;, 1829. '-r --M A. N ;
Elijah 'llaynef, Adm'r &ct mount B.Jtuffln.
Original attachment, reuirned- V John RulHn ,
.''V T',- gurmsiectL
tT appearing-to ttie "satisfaction of the Court
tltat the defemiint v BloUnt VBT Uufiin resides
out' of the hmiti bf thii Stale x It 'is therefore
ofueretl that publicatron $e ;made )rt the Raleigh
liegislerfor ; three inoutris that untess.the said
Blount B.,fiu liiimake his' personal appearance
t our nekt CuiU't'ofPleaa iind .Quarter'ScssioO
$ii be hehrtol- tlWOoituty of Bertie at t'he.Ooirt:
Uuiise-JnKVii'u.U'r niihfJ seconV Monday s 6t
Noveriiber Kxt,VltfitU i-jpfevy! haul judgment
.vjli-be tiki;." Mf'.-irh"iin;, f ,- - -f -
tiesday th ,18jh dy ol , NoyemUernext, at
1 1 u'Jl ockj 1 trsteai I ' o f t he -dayfirst appoin.
ed.-l'fo ; which alteration the V M atiagers
airee and req ti est th it -tnoe 4 fedit or
who have notified the former .appomtmeut
iill aisnotice,this alteration. , -
October 9; -1329. :hfh' - V l"
Alex High;' on Hargett Street, at .the' corner of
v ilninigiou Street, where he will she giad to r:
ceive Travellers ami others; and v ill use, his nt
mii lexeriions to accommoaate.inem comtorta.
: H ia Stables are , good and Wul Jbe constantly
supplied with plenty of Prove nderpf vefy kihd.
'T Owing" to' the scarcity of money n'd'plentiful
ness of produce, the price of Board for "Man and
for Hire,at the shortest notice, t fia prices for
hia Hack," Gigs and Horses, : re$3, dsiy fbf
the Hack r Gig Vrth Horse & Boy $2 a day i Giff
and Horse,' without a Boy $i 50 day j a Horse
alone $1 a day a Gig 50 Cent a day?
, Ralegh, ; A prjl 2. -" . f "1 ;;60tf
N. B. Persons hiring Gigjs (Vomt me, will be
expected to repair, any injury; done', to them",
whilst in their possession; ' v , ,J. B
5rAS taken up 'and committed tb' ' the 'Jail of
n T T. this cojintyv' on" the 2d' bf iiarch: last, a
negro man supposed to be a -Slave, who 'calls
himself SAMUEL WILKtNS andiys that he
was bound an ' apprentice .'to ;-Wm.1 Mosely of
Norfolk, Vaand that" he runaway from the said
Mosely before his term of apprenticeship 4iad ex
pired. The said negro ha3 been in this counly
5 Or 6 years, and has passed during that' tfme as
a free man ; he is about i l years ui kge, 5 feet, 4
or 5 inches' high, and 'coal black. - The owner
of said negro is requested to come forward, prove
property and pay charges, or he : Will be dealt
with as the law directs. - '
- , 1 'JAME;S PALMER, Jailor.'.
. Vindsor, Bertie county, June 9. "
.Price adv. $7. - . 82-6m.
BY virtue of a decree of the, Court of Equity
for Granville county, I shall ofltr foe sale to
the highest bidder in the town of jOxford,: of" A
the 2d day of; the County, Court, the following
Real Property, belonging to the Estate of Riab-
hiu & uyiur, ucu u. ;. v - . - ; f
a 1 ractioi mna contajning oetween - ana s
hundred acres, (uncleared) it being a part of the
tract on wificn the said Richard died ; situated
on the -waters of
VaV River, 7 miiesjsouth of Ox-y
rdrcd acres of tlrisf tract is fust
1; the remainder is free, pro-
fortL 1, Tjiree , huitur
rate Tobacco land
ductive, and remarkably well timbered. - Bonds
with approved Securities wid be required, pay
able'at one or two, years, each Tor f 1,000.?; For
tlieresidue, (should there be any)rlike bonds
and ?icurities,payahle in 3, 4 and '5 years. The
whole of; said, bonds-. to bear, interest after the
expiration of .one year, and the Interest on the
last three bonds to be paid as it. accrues. The
said tract, should it be found to suit the" conve
nience of purchasers, will be sold in parcels s 'in
which 'event like bonds and securities in the pro
portion of the prices at which said marcels may
selL. will be required - - 1
1 f iJ c', - 4 - ALSO, K
, A Tract of Land of 68 acres, in a' id adjoining
the'.ViUaae of M iUiamsoorough, a"i present oc
cupied by Bishop Kayenscrofu Ti is tract ha
good improvements situated in a pleasant grovej
and cnnvenienl to- a lii-st rte Spring. It lvisa
suflicicnt number of acres in wood-land to keep
up a continued supply of fire, wood Bonds
with approved securities payable, in 1, 2, and 3
years, to bear interest after-;thek expiration of
the first year, will be required-, ' ' . c ,
t , " JNO. C' TAYLOl Comm'r. ,
Sept, 21st, 1829. ; 11
-VThCUaleigtrStar and Newbern Spectator will
insert the -foregoing advertisement! twicer and
forward their bills to me, at Wdliamsboro'. i .
o V " . I J. C. T ,
State of North-Carolina.
Pitt County. ,
" Court of Pleas and Quirter Se&sibnsv-
August Term,' 1829. y7""
A -John Wads worth p. James Odom'.
Original attachment returned levied jun land, 5tc
il": having been made appear to thfe satisfaction
of tlie Court, that.1 the' tlefendant, James O
dom, Is not an inhabitant of this State :, It is or
dered, tliat ptibliqatioh. be madeJrj thejliuleigh
Registet for six wee ks- successively that unless
the said James Odom appear before the,,Justices
f our next Court for the Countv ol Pitt, at the
Courthouse invGreenville; On the first, Monday' of'
V 1 . .r A kali I A llaVtf rlfftT Ji1. , I a n t ' fr I1 u
nUlllliUtlIVIIk,y. lilt, J1 WJV,1 v j IV, , v u
sue, .final judgment will be taken nd, the pro.
perty levied on . condemned, subject to the
plaintiff's 1jemand.' Witness, James Sheppard,
Clerk of opr said Court,!, at vJreenvUie, the.1 first
Monday of August,. A. U., 1829. -
, r , ; ' , . JAMES SHEPPARD, Clk.
' Price ad. 2 75 -; si - , ' ' -
' Suiierior Coui-t of Daw;
.Chatham. County; ,Fall TeiraL 1829
Alfred Vestal St others vt.'Thos. Vektal M others
J .'Petition for thetivisioa of Lauds of William r
, Vestal 'deC f-
IT appearing? to the satistactioipf the Court
that John Vestal, one of . the. defendants in
this case, is not anlnhabitant of this State ; it is
t i-ierefore' ordered, i t'Uat notice be bublishedJn
the Raleigh .Register for cix ; monthf bf the' filing
of the Petition, and that the iaid 'J thn Vestal, at
ttie' next. term of this. Court,4 on the'Jd Monday
tffeURStfAST toa. Hecree"oftle Honorable
JLV Superior Courof Law and Kqui'ty;i held in
NashS ille, Nash county-,' Nortli-Cai tilinar on ; the
thirdf Monday in ' September ' last: i' Notice is
hereby. given to the Heirs and -n-rit. of. Kin ot
J oh n Bass, dec-'di Jale of the Counjtyt and State,
aforesaid,- that, the : subscriber, is- no-Wi rea'tly v to
settle and pay over" to the'm respectively; as; Uiey
are .entitled; to tlie" aforesaid JabiiVesute,1 upon
jtheir applying to him a d iing.proper,rctuncf
ing bonds.' : . -'., v 4 ?
- v ':t VXD.:S ILLS;. Adm'r,
' ; ' ',' '' of JoiinJ Bass dt'i'd.'
Belford, Nasirc'.ty; Car jVi v, ? j ;
Horse will be a dollar a day, or eight dollars a
month for a single pe.son. Xr. il
He has ACK," -three1! GUIS .and HORSES
ot aiarcu next, picaM, iuiswer or aemur.to live
petition or the. same will betakenjpjo cqnfe'sso
add heard cxprie ' r ,---i, ' "'; .
k V t K ' j ' , CHAS. J.' WILLIAMS, ':
- ' "iiu -' --- ; 1 - .: .r - .." ,'-.- j j ii " . i
S flSkn H GI:ENI3ENN1NG, We of fJrin
ivMiviHecoudy;formerHresidnt in Raleigh,
has lately died intestate. 3IanroMierjiext of kin
refiideafa distance from this place; and: I di
h reby not ify alt. persona conce rneil ; t liat h t til &
expiration' of two?yeas Jrom tHe lst'V!a3
as prescr.oeu oy law, 1. snail oe reaciv ana LWil
ting tn et tte ,the"&a id; Estate, TheVAdininistra
tion of skid Estate having been committed tome
by theCoiinty tJourt of Graiiville'County in May
1829.; s-i -- r '
-i will attend to" air communication iPbst Ptad)
which ! may be addressed tb rnVat Raldigh,vff; 0
rk rj 7 PARKRirKANDAxlm'r. '
AVakeconnty,21stMay,.,l839.' 74 6m
v'; r THEATRE
rfllHErpublic ia mostTespectfuHy infotmed tha
tai iiK n.aicigu neau-e, wit.n a good amiut-
: ; - v i-;; 4Mr;:w? riddle, ? l -
will open eaily in November. . , 1. x
.The Manager trusts the public will be gratifi
ed. ' They are" assured . that evcry Vndeavor will
be used to rehder.the Theatre attractive!
- Raleigh, Oct., 16. .. ' ',17
IGenerai.Jlgencdnd Conveyance' QfRaCte
y 1HK subscriber respecttuily intorms his friends
1. - "and the" public Wnerallvithat -.he has open
ed aa Office on Sfventh Street West, abOtit
micwaybe: Ween he General Post,0f!ice' and
the' Office-of the Nationatlntelligeocer, ' w lie re
he "wilf beHhankful for - ardeii.' v He will attend
to the settlement' of accounts -of persons at a
distance, with individuals in thispity, and: with
the Departments of Government i the payment
of taxes due on the ots of nonr esidents', as Well
as to tfie'sak or leasing 'of city' property ; the
execution of commissions for ukiug of-depositions
and evidence necessary' "in casesclepending
in distant' Courts ; and any other business -committed
to bis charge, m; -
He promises prompt and faithful attentionto
all mutteTs committed to him while his charges
shall be as moderate as possible. - Ifie is author
ized to" refer for -evidence of his competency , to
the following gentlemen if A - r ' ' p
jw - -. . . . . ! . -. 1 ' ' . .
Jion Joseph Kent i rate ' t overnor ot Marj' land.
JJon. ChuM.FJ.MevcerlAC. from -Virginia;
Hon: Josebh Pearson. Lite Ml tl. iVom North;
hi .Daniel Carroll, of Dudlinjrton: Eo;
Joseph Gules ; Jr. Esq:, Mayor of the 'City; of
T wasrungion - ., a
Gen, ; Walter Jones, Counseller at Law.
Richard S Co'xc Esq. z 'do.
Michard S. WallacK Ehq. " do.'
H'illiam Brent, Esq Clerk the Circuit "Court
of th " W'rict Coliimbia. - ' , , ;: !
Thomas Munroe.X&g.',- late Postmasfer. ; '
Roger C TVeightmuji; 'Esq Cashier Bank 'of
Vas.i gton. . 'i ' -"' - '
; iVilb'am A. Bradley, Esq.( President Patriotic
Bknk.' . ' v x' nc
, Thomas Carlertf, Esq., late Mayor'of Washing
ton. ' ; , ' - s ' ' r
- - , " ..GEOUGE SWEENY. ;
Washington City, Aug.. 25: 1829. 4 .; '
O XFO HD L E AO A DEMY.
HE Ex-m'mation'of this Institution- will b?
gin on Atondty, November v9thjand close
:h i .the semi annual Report, on Wednesday
mornioir. , 1 1 - . - a
All that feel interested, are respectfully invit
ed to atn ml - - v '
,'V . , ROBERT B: GILLIAM, Sec'yZ'
Oxford Oct. 9, 1829. .f . 154 w v
v The.Tarhoroifgh Press. Edentnn Gazette
St ! Norfolk Herald, will publish th above three
weeks and forward their accounts as heretofore.
, State of 6 rth-Carolina."
-: - , .Wake County. '
Court of Pleas -nd Qturter Sessions,
' ; August Session, 1829: ' "
T - Original A ttach'W
The Post Master General,- r levied in the bunds
Ztwr." of Wvatt'Hafrisoir&
i Mark Coke&th2y
j sum'nd as' Garnish's;
IN this caseit appearing to the Court, tliat the
defendant, ;Uauifcl Keck hat h t removeJ him
self beyond "the limits vof ihisStaie,; or so con
ceals himself thst the ordinry process of la w can
not be served on him : It is terc'fore orderedb'y,
the Couiti' that publication b made in the -y Ra
leigh BeistV, Tor sixveeks, that unless Defen
dant comes forward oh or before the nt-xt'Coun-ty
Cotirt of 1 Pleas and Quarter Sessions, , to be
held for the county of Wake at U)eTCourt House
in Raleigh m the 3d Monday, bf November next,'
then ami" thfere- to replevy and pjead'to issue,
the property levied onr will -be Condemned sub
ject 10 plaintiffs recovery, '
-c By order of the Court .r.X ;
Br S. KINTGtO. C.
JMetiical'Colleare off 8 ; Carolina;
rXlHE'Anhaal Course of Lectures in this Inst ir
. AAtution,' will he resumed on Ihe second vVlort-
day iu NoV-Triber? oh the foljowing Branches
v 7ia;omy----by John. Edwards' H AlbrookM. ti
'Sjirerery bV Jmes' Ra'ms.iyV H;' , J.1
t Institutes and Practice of ' Medicine-by Samuel
Henrv Dickson. M. I).. - ' -
v "JIiCTo-'.ie JicA--by:'Henry H. Frost M. D. u
? ObsieiHcsjand Diseases fif Women and Childrtn
- bv 1 nomas li. frioleau. M. Li. ' : ; t' '
: ;.Cheinistrth-"bY Edmund .Rave"te!,: M D; ; 5;
Natural History and JSotan-hy' Stephen, EUi
ott.-L L. D.;. ' 1 " u
iiPathologieal 'tind-Surgical Anatomy J by John
Wagner, 'MV D.'; ".' f s
yUemonstrator of Jinctomyi no. Wagner, M. u
! : - . HENRY H FROS'IV OeajW
..fAugUsl lU. r. , r V lawiiv
FO Hi SALE !
fT 'WIS H to sell the ntace -within a mile of 1 1 ills
JL borough.'onwhich 1 now resides -Tlre are
uj avrtra,, vuuui vine nan ticiiicu teii jiwu'i
Meadow land and Jthe balance in .wohU. -The
improvements are - alt new, and finished irt the
test manner they consist" ot a D welling House,
containing eight rooms with fire places, besides-.
passages, clsets;?etc. a large IJarn ana-Stabies, i
ainl oiher'necessary Outhouses" ? There "art; several-everfailih
g Spring"1 of the besrwater on
the. tract, and a Lrje aud well selected --fruit
Orchard. - r'i
1 will sell this 'property - on Uhe most dAberal
terms-rcitlfer for money on easjrered-ts or will
exchange it for Negroes or AVesternd:tuls ;? i.-
AnDiicatioii may be made by "letter to the sub
- iVcribef:at HllihoroughV' ' - A
;A. BEUNETIIY'S '-Lecture, C v' -ijL'Horner's
Speci d Generic n
utchat's Gnei'tl As
iy, 4- vo'i..
Aiiatoinv aiHl tJ,
Bt-HV Ariaom .'2 v,.-,'
u;Cr.R;'ilrefs' Morbid, Anatomy;- '.
-,i .Gbsons "SufgJ-ry; 2 vols. - -
VCoope'r'i Firsv LiuVs cf Surerv, 2 '
i. v OfWees' MuTa ifery-, . -
- .l)ewees.r on Fern dts v '-r-;"!ac5;
on Children fi ; ' ,
r4-3"Francis'sDe"man f - ,
- Good's Study of, Medicine 5 vo!a.
, J VjGregory's Practice,' 2 vols. )icv tdi:L.-;
yiv;.aThachers'rModern Fractice . 1
tyuiien-s trracuce V f - ; ., .
xThachr'Dipen'salcry - ,
Taris'.'PharmacoIogia , ' ' . f
1 .' Cooper on Dislocation . ' ,' :
Murray's. Materia rMedtca , .;
-.EberleV 'Ja do'. T2 Vols. :
v - Lawrence' I'nv&iology ? ' f f - '
f Magendle's - , T ; "
.- .Rostock's V, do , "
' ' 'Richemnd's 'v !o -( , r " -
: lUte man's Synopsis;' ' , t
Hunter: on the Hlood
Scua'more r the Gout " v " ' '
t Armstrong on -Fever and Consumption
' Armstrong Medical "Vorks ,
iy ))arwns Zoo'uomia, 2 yolsli
,Vith manyiiither. Valuable-Medic al Var!:s
wlich will be sold on the most -favorable terr ,
by :- ', : j. GAL'ua & so:,'.
ltaleigh Oct -14.
TOTIIXTAig HAYWOOD arc nour, receive
- v.r ; ing from, New York and offer for cile,
1 00 Gallons best. W. S; S perm. 0 1 1
rtA If r -. . 1 tH I 1 tl"
' 300 Turpefitine Soap
-f '200 best refilled Salt ,Peti j
i 15a , --P6lanil Starch- -
.J00 Black Pepper , - '
V 150 1 It&ce and ground Gin-er
: ,10Q Allspice : . -.
7 doz: Hibbqrt's London '..Porter
, fV r Old Fort W i ne
' 2 Boxabest . A'nerican' JIustar . .
T .. " by the pound. ' " ,y
r"2 "Superior Sperm. Candles
' 20 Kegs White Lead
12 Boxes Window Glats
id.An- Wln nffTrwe ,
v.350 lbs.' best American Glut
! 500 -j4r,' irreen' lonneras -
-, v - - : - '--- - . w . - i , '
1000 ;., r chipped and stick Campeachy Lcr;-
1'150, Ground Fustic '
-150 ' - Allum x ; ';
- . 75 v." Dutch Madder ground "
25 Spanish Indigo. '
500: Browner - . ..
:500 , Wilmington BJce-' 1 - :
2 Coils Bale and trice Rope V
- V; lBale shoe thread - " -1
Package basket-salt for, T.ibL- ;:
' .12, ftuudfes Englishr German ami lUiiui
z4Viohn string consisting ot 1st 2nd 2:d
r W. &. II. are :atsa receiving an -additional sop-4
ply of Orus, Mejiiicines, Paints cc.-&C.,"tA'hich
makes their "assortment very complete. 4
Physicians supplied on good tenns and all or
ders promptly attended to. . -.
. (&W4B,;EAX. 'v)T A. " -
"Just "received 2 Boxes of the above" valuable
Medicine. - ' ' . . ;
WILLIAMS SCHAYWC )D.
bct'.uthy 1 829' rx : ig-
Hoanoke JS avisratwn Com nan rv
eELlNCltJENT Stockholders in the Roanoke
.v NavigaUolt Company- are requested i t&o '
lst"re2aisition of riO'per-cent. became due 1 1 1
' ' i ' " V ; 1st of Februarv ' 1 Z I r
-2nd -ido 10 do 15th Fbruiry,
.3rd; 'do'-: : 15'do 10th December,
41 h , do" " .10 do 1st Septembut,
thV , "--sv lu tl? lst rehruary,
6th ,ldo, s.v 10 do lst Jaiuiarv,
7th Vdo;;-,8 do lst; February, w
8th r'do"v V ':, 5 do 1st January, '
9th' do'" '.'.5 do'lst"' October,
10U " Z r ' do 5 do 1st .February,
ltthAA 'drf-;; .4-dolsrMarcIi.
I2th; V ,do : 4'do.lst-June,' ' .
I3th' r do-- 4 ln lt January, 1"
i By order of the 43oard cf Director
,jr ' " b A. JOYNEli, .cas'r.
..Weldoq, SeptSO, 18i9 f 15 J
'IlaywooiVc ' ! lanuci Z,
Brought' up to tlie present tine.
S - -A- -
TTv GALES 4 SON. Iiavejust .pull -vhe 1 an
V APPENDIX tq Haywood's II. : J,, hic'i ,
embraces the Laws passed since the ye-.r
under. -jLlistincts heatlsj jiii alphabetical ordt r u
cluding those.of last Session, which rc: -r ti.j
Work complete, .v, : , ' . .
For.ths ailditioii to.', the MantiaV-;no ertra
charge "'will "be" .Tide. The Uo'l s ill I - w ' '
at Five Dollars as hereto!'. re.
Orders will be instantly 'attended to.
Sept.-12, 1829. - . -
. ; just puBHsi;::D
.r.i "-0 --.y - if ' j , L
1 S 3'0 "
6 0NTA1NTNG besides the Astrrnc r.lc-.d C:.'.
'culatioits, Essays- on Ar.ctil'u- .va!
a list of the- M -mb-jr, of the next L. ur-;
and of the Officers oi.tne.Siate .and Uciicri to
vernmehti itijne upholding: tlie different Courts,
Hall, Bookseller Newberrf v and. retail, "oi .in
of the .crekee tri ia t'.u -btitv. r. ,
' Sept. 1&29."
:,Tds Almanack' msy.le-; had - wholesale rt Uie
Publishers Raleigh t of Mr.tEdnurd J. ll-de.
Observer OfSce. FayetitviUe; and of Mr. iahnoji
lieitom, asii c .ty:r,. Carj!v?J ; , ribef.at HihoroughV " ' " i . D'XXTlXG "
October lpfct v J--.v-' j v' - - ; -ajstdejson. v - t; V),
, 6w Price Adv;.2.- C,I4v j , ii :V . eztty M'K
' ;V;vr.V"f - -v';':--; :' -.v"v- . . '
- . i ... . - - - t" , k . 3 w ' - ' - - ;. ' ir , i " V -V , K . - - T
, iaen;lo tut? auujugalivn:it:.V-ttrkih J '2 3i": v- ;VK. ARliOujES, Clk.
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