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iCi JL OL iili?.:
' '" tt .V, ( -rf '. W:;V' r - ; -V " : - - " 4,sOurs are the plans of fair; deiieUtful peace ' i V, 1 s VV' '-1 ' f A 's'-"1 r " "t
i.T'r 1 . - - 1 v' - m 1 1 1 - - - - - - - - 11 mm ,
1 nn!aSSTSB.:'V i H
JOSRPli GALES &SON, - - v
AiFri ar per anmimHalf in advance,
r A D YR RT I S RMENX 3 . "
4 he FJ(Vtors must be postpaid
blind anil imphcft oblience to the'varTini
.r fc--lt;.,;i v ;i .A.i
UD Or IV iiicaiiJ,,' .jiiici - (luimi aim i
reflecting persons, nor tof the most
.times Tor ROonar,.,ancytWenty:five.centsfor j)p Spieled studies, and pfepared
-f everv 'cceedfivg publication : those of tcm- himself for those greater labors which have;
t ' a?: length in the same -proportion.. vCoxmu- jnc, 1 Vtn ' hinrW place ia thej firat rank of
TOATio9thatoktully"rece ourhative arfists. JJdv - '
-J . ! :i:-v - Ja, -ji k ister t ptea4if alone, are little valued a
f ble rnetnbers of sciejl
"!vthe wealc a riij frivol outhoe hoknow
v no joy triore-r fi ned; and eleva ted than t he:
ooor vatfUy-'of beirie'.'M
glass f tfashioji knd ::i-.mpu
; those wise"; hi ghest k m bi tiotf re 9 1 a i n 1 m m
tatii)2 other are :'.tliefirat.aWoymoatin
Vthe rinkF. fashion
people are conieni wiin oeirg just M.iuucii
in fashion a' linit to dra w notice bjr!si iigu I arJ.
it? in either eitreeJlrhefe ;areiuafy
young lauies. wno nave ine.rgoou- sense v
iU)fuiance wiin! -.- me nrricue i
compliaiice is jkiierej matter of form, & does
' not reach the extreoie, of screwing, which
'pmQ siliy girfl nave-attaineiil (t :-Ultrpe the
absurdity and folly of this fashion U so bb-
tious l hat there is les? merit, iii : resisting
it i n fl ueVce'V' Inahiif ropposi.bg one ipore ra-
d and defensible ; for a waist unn.ttu-
it ' - si t . u . r - - - 1 1
rally smalkis a?monslrousdetirmitv. and K.
" . ' !. ; w- 1 f .
ing the headi inongst the Rlatheids,, ani
unquesliunaDJyciore jniuripus tnyn.euner.
r But there are some, wui uoiu , iiieraHeiven
independent lit the otiierf requirements of
j; taste oy.1iiclioatiVnCfA afe righti
Societyiiia' iioclaim i to;acontrol1bVer4 the
rninuf iajof desv A general conformity
to the customs and costume of ; the ' com -
; m unity: ts pruier; and necsa ry i bu it taste
inciting ii' i h m oiopb Jul f 7lrja nnt no&tPHS
m sucn a ueee as louuuecsiauu ieeu -
IIC3S, Slitl IIIIUIL 4 OIMI VUIICUtllVW -Ml w u
v Ways to pe prferreju to fashion.
led a fe w d ays since, a pro
position nadeb fit his hrtist, tor the esta
blishment of al grand - instigation taf -New-
York, the;ieoeraljnfluence;cof-'hich'' ;c
stated, woulol probably be extreiDely ben
eficial to fth growth of the; hoe arte ill this
, CouolrvW VIi Hether MrVan
S L With .reirarkt tn thp nlan Set 'Torlh Dy him,
wm tu iiiiiw rJi. i.n. n-vo.. oor r npr it i. ik i
certainljf;a idtter of some'doubt. y 'V
,y There;? J ran anecdote -told,, of'Mr.V.
which may not be uninteresting ;to those I
who haye seVii1 thai rich and beautiful pic-1 i
tare of iAriadtie desertetl by Theseus,"
r his i liable full - lensth ofMarius siir-
riMiutled bythe ruins of Carthage
run Burr was atvthe,he4'
fiis powef;hdwearin the 'hohoi s ;of:the
rouir't tne mie-
struck, brie day
rent in the executiort pf a little .pen-andl -
; 4 rawininai;nung yver inelire: place
i ii th e hair rtiotti TJpon icq ulrynvascef-
Mia., .unoreniice 10-a
; appearance gaVeeVid.enc
and t!iexdency of,
i ce) I Jinhafe'gen jus j
sehdinir him lb; the
mi'..f';Lf -ivK.V.:vv.:i.' t i J I
iMfJVeyftl i la he dc m U rr
r eri UKMiihs went by; and the circumstan
auu couven,ence.ou,u 5""W upon .the "Treatise of Morals" alone, and bers of the approaching lislat" The Be 1
t.orpoints ; andrticularmyhould w.llpablVsinr jnto the graved under Tavern is mdsVeligibly,8ituaTed'fr the conveni-
all wenliie their:, cravats alike, or; every tfe burdenof age, before he hasperft'ctly ence; of Members, not being ; nibre than 100
lady myf&tf xhVyl: illustrated his author. You must forgive yrdsd,stant from ithe CapUot.,ythe Rooms are
roensions on ner bonnet f y In ladiev dres ' rr. 'r ,l , ; . . . o. comfortable, . the tare the best which can be ob-
Srnlemi rHrispIay of V I prefer the plain sense and active tained, and the ch:trs adapted tk the hardness
ffl? of the times, The subscribeV, thref.reJ flatteis
tftwtp. . tvftirh itwitiild hp- nio-ii treason, to I . - .'.- i .. i - - . . 1. . .
Hi'puuii c, v m journeying : t n j
rnc 61 ewYirkhc' was
at a taveru "with trie isinsi
miui. r ;vlou iJurr expressed r which thev offertolAericulturahsts on trood
M.iiie cunositjrt fo see the lad.r who wasc-tejws.a
"'; v J-tu i roinvie interest vyiuuh 111? ,ira- j mouiousana wen snnisueu , iunmi;iioui,-iiiib
llerjd rexiiressecl in? tlie"child?M Wtflfare", 14 Tbomsiwit
thiirhi .iv-i-.-'JL'h.-;. wid nakre onteacha Jrarret distributed into
;f thu iamiiv than' he hail ever been esteem
t..rr I ' .; . v t . lit is
;uc perorejieaying the nquse, piv jsurr
' 'U to liiA .vtiiiftv in u liitv ton0 f vmrf na'1 tx
;"e I'd Jiimy Vput a shirti R J?t r pbclcM
lr,otneiu New. York. and inquire lor I
: a!)d i in mediatefv u nted . - hrs; .'hurs.er: I -
we have related dvoassed trum theliPiacres
. - - 'iji . t .iii.h ir iiiir .1111H iiiiim a a
"I 111 II . ...K ll.l ft T .' .V...l....i ...... m
' ,rj r ';yho. inst an tly pulled -a 3 nicely where-&This prbpertywiUe)disposed-of on I call on; lurot!aa; his charges: wilt immoderate' and 1 Witness,
Vrd urf.nackke1rbm-liia Docket' c his accommodations good, ,4 ' vlsaid
nothinsr "more thart a coarse cottbn"? shirt
PifhV he;was thenminded, he had.de-
isireusnnuiu u? uruu-iu ui mm n ine me-
.V''' f v,,,i,V: "T ue".rer
ws;youn$jv.v aniieriYn. anu iron tnaf ciay
patmne of the
ne .cotninenceil under the
thfcri Yice-President of the
r Jlmerican and European Cln&fttutions
jH Comjoarc(f,The'c1iaracter of practical u-A'-mtvZ
tlity.;is staiuned upon all' our American
improvement of our situation, and "are
be Conveyed upon
rMr aciuai v
. . .... r i
. . . . : r - r ------ , . . - - w mm - - .
- r " u ' "il ' i
tur oeir auuquiiy, anil iiiUMrious irom me
minils which ;)iave ther
whetr we "abrw'teyi' her extensi verlibranea
richtwithv the i gathered wisdom otvt wo
naia i irui iMigj uvri.iiieii w v tier - siivci -
eigns. and endowed withs the revehilea of
princes ilwelfaf pt tVbluah ' f6r.. thc
ertv af insi
l,un? snouia pity me . man jwno cou iu I
wanner among the" gardens and cloisters)
.oiyxioru, anu nor indulge in tne warmtn i hucs,icu -of
generous a dm ira ion.' That heart must I t:,rf w:
be.cold, indeed, w hit h wou 1 d not beat with
e n t h u si a s m .on" the apot ; W H i chv i h a s f bee n
haJloweti by the step of so many 'states
men, philosophers, i and f poets.-ButJi
must not bt concealed, tint these ins;itu
tlons, splendid as they are, hnve, sunk' to-1
i v , . . . . ... , - ( . . i
Jook uirougri tne catalogue ;ot- proles-1
- e. .ir . : -.l ' v .
ouuifimwi nt luese universities, anu I
technical prts of learn
ing, ueies as mey are to eery purpose
fo;ttiir.,-,.r:. A.n r i
. fi . rnt, - Ox(or,U jou
will tlud the iiieedpof glory awarded Jo
him who can best cih a line ofv Pindar,
y are to eery
or settle a disputed quantity in tr chorus
of Euripides. At Leyden, you will find
WyltenbachV the livine elbrv of Holland
to such learned and laborious trifling.
i,, estimating their eftect
ipon the moral
and intellectual improvement ofv society.
no rationa 1 "man could hesitate in ,iadj udg-
ing the, prize f merit to Robertson, Smith,
Beattie, and Stewart, rather than to Mark-
land,Toup, Musgrave, and'Porson. '
T Haven7 s Remains.
OLD MAD EIR A WINE.
mrE have lately received, and offer for; sale,
following Wines and Spirits, which we
can recommenu io ram.uw..u utucrs, ocinS
- - ----
Old L. P. Madeira Wine
7 Sicily; do,
: Lisbon -
t Old Port '
'French , Brandy r
'Holland Ginl ;
' Uamaica Rum V
London P?fter .
, do1. ,
,do bottled in Oporto
Gunpowder do. r.
i vvir TT a vt rr a v wnniYr
Oct. 21st 1829: ' -''V ' V 18
ILLIAMS & HAY.WOOD have just recety-
ed from Baltimore, a supply ot " r cK -
:su "y. r , r, , k i
, Orchard Grass, do. , - V
M THE SUBSCRIBER
FFERS for Sale bis HOUSE & LOTS in the
of Oxfofd. ''wit b ifie LAND adibining
Xj? Town of Oxford, wifMhe-; LAND adjoining
ubout 200 acrP-of whichl about 60 cres are
Woodlahd: ; Tl'he HoUe is 52 by 40 feet; com5 1
He has employed r thirty laborious years, accommodate with Board -ti.irtv L fn-,v wm.
1 ' ' : : - . ..... . I
v .... I '
V Ulosetsand two comfortable rooms and arcellarl, JLr Public in general, that he lias fcen charge
. I CMJSeia aim i wuHfcuiii w . . y lj- ha. n L-nnwn Hnn s Of . Rntpfai nmcnt.tnn
situated in most beautiftil
attached to W a lare FalUngUarden turnisuea
WVi Wiita f!rtfdfmm the north an iCe-rtOUSei
itii .-;n ',,oT-. ;.. k 'rrl in "ifficeifk
Wll nf cllenV'water iii the iyardn;Of&;e'ihi
- CANew Green Jssilk Umbrella
was stolen from the piazza of a house' in thT city
on Sunday eye nihgp last. l Any person seeing1 a
Negro in possession of sUch a orje in the city or
its vicinity, will please give information .thereof
at this OfBce; and they shall be liberally com
penaated."V-f 4- O ' - - Oct. 14,
ON,Xesday the 3d dy of November next,
the Subscribers will offer at public Auct ion,
twenty or thirty XotaMn.the Town of ;Weldoo,
eJieibly Vituated, some immediately on. the basin
and Canal, and all possessing such i advantages
of location as will;meet'the yiewp of purchasers.
fnWsLDow Js situated on an elevated plahethe
south side of Roanoke River, at the foot of the
great Falls and Basin of the Roanoke Canal. . .-It
is the place of deposit -forv BatteUux N ayigatiori,
from whence produce!' is sKipned to Norfolk and
liirhmrnl tha nn!nt' nl :nfaottitU k.tka
noke Navigation.,- u
v vy "icui ui ue purcuase monev; ana a uis
i .in 1 1 1 ill wr iir pAtii - ivi ii i ni i.r.w n m 4aa r -
. V JUM!N M. liLAIuDKINfj.
Oct. 6th 1829. i i 15
i, - """"" vuauumiu.
i v. TiUl'SR .pr iiuAnwi?
Tf RS. JOHN HAYWOOD is prepared, to ac
ui me legisiaiure. --aue assures all tnose wno
may honor her with their p ttronage, that no ex-
i1?" ue 8Pfred to render
ached rooms be
sides those in the main building.
N. B. The '.favor of early applications is re
continues to receive' Travellers, ' and
Moaruers Dy tne oay, - weefc, montn or year.
- T K c a. r .loon t . .
,f RS. PARSLEY will be prepared to accom-
commodate 12 or 15 Memb
iers. of the Gen
wuu iiiitj wor uer wim ineir con
company, t b&t the
utmost ex rtions 'shall be used' to render; their
iwhcih acpu .
.MISS E. GEDDVxs prepared to ac-
- " . ".r , . -
commodate eight Members of the: approaching
Legislature with Board, together krith the famf.
lies of xthose who my accompany them. Early
application is requested. .r. rli. Sopt. 10"
application is requested. . .r. r.y. Sept.
I rTHE , Subscriber resnectfullv! 1 informs his
age which has hitherto been extended to him.
HENRY iH.I COOKE.
Raleigh Oct. 1, 1829.
iiiMrs. i Delia Ha y w
TTAVING m dea large addition
to her House,
JJL will be prepared to
comfortable , lodging. rooms.
Members of the
General, Assembly, and others,
who ,mav cali
on her for , Board, during the ensuing Legisla
ture, ana at otner times.
s Raleigh, Sept 14. ;
Mnc an a an. o jr j i wm pe preparea 10
i at. buuiuiyuitvc iw v r inciuucit ui, Lite up
proacning tienerai Assemoiy witn isoara. ,
Raleicrh. Sept. 10. v . 'I 63t
r v BOARD ING i k
fllHE Subscriber having added very: -consider'
JL' ably to his House and otherwise improved
it,-" Will he prepared, at the approaching" session
of the Legislature-to.kccommodau
from 40 to 50 Members; 1,5,,
i: ' ;NtV:i- BENJAMIN'S- KING.
Raleigh Sept. 1829, '
flHE Subscriber has several convenient Bed
JL Rooms detached from his U we 11 1 ng-H ou&e,
uu inc mam Bucsi -iwi;ius ypivw anu
he Krladi to accommodate with Board twelve " or
fifteen Members of the ensuing Legislature.--
I The favor of earlv annhcation is requested. ;
rv ?. tt ia uuiivcuicitv l3- w w uikhwchc
fifteen Horees, at a moderate trice having
plenty of provender, good - pasturage, ; and7 well
enclosed lots abundantly supplied
:" ' " - JNO.
Raleigh, , Sept. 10. - , 1 :
,1. r- .
" n a r. T?,rn rr
rafTE Subscriberlnforms i his friends and" he
OO Ilirnisucu-wnu iuc mc .tuuiiiry;iia awi
his beds in fine orderir and his rooms
commodious and neat His Stables will be wellj
as - our I nimseiT on a continuance ot tnat I liberal patron-
' i - '
. :- : ' . :
MR. GTJION; most" respectfully :retarns-Ms
thanks to the 'Public, . for the very-liberal
encouragement he. has received since he opened
this ESTABLISHMENT; and hopes to 'merit a
continuanceof their favors.'" : - - V'-' ; '
p Mr. G. has -the satisfaction toJnforrn-the'Pub
tic,r that in addition to the improvements already
mdet ' eight additioruil Room will be completed
by the, ensuing Session af the Legislarurel which
will enable him to accommodate a larger number
of Members of the Assembly than i heretofore
f , The charges as' hitherto, .will, be' uniform and
moderate,'- Vis for a Man and Horse" per day,
$1 '50 V for"a 4Ian 'alone, $lwith a small addi
tion in, those who. wish a separate table. 1', r ;. -Members
of the; Assembly '.will be charged
$1 per day. T hose who have rooms to themselves,
will be. subject to an additional charge for them.
1 1 Travellers desiroiis of stopping at the 'lOTEL
are often misled, by - enquiring - for 't he Stge
iouse. AThey are informedthat the, Stages do
hot make it their regular stopping.. House,nor
is the House known-by - that appellation. - As
many persona wljo travel in the Stage Ho' stop at
tfcjr floteli and many others would, if they could
be assured they would not be. delayed, they are
informed, that "no greater delay will be experi
enced at the Hotel, than at the Stagetlousei and
those, who wish to "repose themselves -for a day;
or two, will be sure to find ; at Guion's a clean
bed and room for that purpose, with the; best
fare the market affords. vyi . ,- .- '-: - .
.The ituationNof this House is one of the most
pleasant in the City, being! immediately north
of the Capitol adjacent ,to the . business part of
the town but without the influence Yof the dust
and inconvenience attending it.'Y -'S':i':
It.is now little more than a year, since the SuJ
scriber;tobk possession of this Establishment;
when he found the House enrirely but of repair
and almost without custom. He now has it in his
power to say, that fie has not only received eh.
cou'ragement sufficient', to justify the improve
ments that have been made, but those also that
are making," even Without that support from the
Stage '.Proprietors Which he believes the conve
niences, comfort and attention ' whic.fi; are to be
met with at the Hotel deserves and- whicli lias
fairly, proven that the Public, will give the prefer
ence to a well kept Public- House. Y ' : "'C'
r'. -- v, u; p. GU10N. 1
" Raleigh, Sept. 23. ' " : 10 8w
Law Books foir sale at Auction.
IIIR late Chief Justice of this State assigned
1 to me the whole, of his Library of, Law
Books, to be sold after his death- upon certain
trusts recited inthe.-said assignment. .-! ' - ; 1
That thee trusts mav be executed, t shall sell i
the said B'oks at Anxtion, in the CUy of Raleigh,
on the first Monday in December next, and so!
many ', succeeding days as may be : required to
complete me sates. - r ,
: This Library is extensive ; contains many va-1
luable works which are' now become rare, and !
the sale is worthy of the attention of professlon-
rntnin will h :f,nW nd distributed
in Ciya few,days before the sale. ;0: ;
-j r wTiiv Dhu. j .1-
I county -Such bonds bearing interest from the
sale.-. ;. .. '-v- .r-, - ' f- s
WILL. H. HAYWOOD, Jxm. Trustee.
Raleigh, Oct. 20.:; s : 18 eots
r ; State of :North7Car.6Unay
-; yMariiri-'-Couniy. ".;;V;;
' : '. Court ot Pleas and Quarter Sessions. - . :
fV September Term,5 1829
Joseph J. y llliams
Henry & J. J. Watts, j
Joseph: J. W Uliarns
r v. '
i , j
- Joseph J. Williams
V. - --.v,-. -
Henry & J. J. Watts, )
; .r v. . -;..
Henry & J. J. vatts,
1 Joseph J. Williams
Henrv J Watti,
I T appearing to the satisfaction of th6 Court,
r-that Jacob J. Watts is not a resident of this
State 1 Ordered ' therefore? bv the"Court," that
I publication be made in the Raleigh Register for
i g,x weeKS, to. noiiiy SJita ueienaanj to.appear i
n... PAtl i.P'Piegt and Ou.rti inns.
to be held for the county of Martin at Williams-
I tnn nn th end MnnHv nf nrorahpp next.
i ann Knew canse." wnr iisei Tunsrment oi.uic jus
tice below' shallnot beafhrmed and'a Vendi -
j tion Exponas issue to sell the land levied ort
i .;- - THOS. W.r WAH 5," UJerK.
Price adv. $5 OQfc Z -o 'iaV
- ; State.of North-Carolina; -I i
. . . " Edgecomb' Qounty - ; w
i ; Court of EquitySe"ptember tennl829.?V V
Mary G. Clark, and others, 'legatees: of.Mary S.
The" Executors' &' legatees of Mary,S.,'.Btount
ITT appear! ng r to the ; satisfaction! of this. Court,
jL ' that Robert .Stuart and' Mary his "wife,"' Sarah
Foote van wess anaana nia wire, uennei
I Harm W.Martha BarrOW' Marv. Ta vlor. i Che-
i i mh.. -.yvr,vv-
1 Eluabeth Hunter
numw, mvvj'iMwuMiiiiw wi ..iv u.ut,
fno.S Rush worm antLj no.
tees fand r defendants 'in v this
Summsrviue, legatees rana-aetenaants invtms
pro confesspVnd heard er parte .ai' tpthern.
Isaac Noifleet. GlerC'-ana blaster
Court, at OiHce, the second Monday m Eep -
: i .
yA BEHNETHY'S, Lectures; 3 vols." , ; -LCHorneis
Specid & Generar,Antomv, 2 vc!j
V; IJichats General Anatomy, 4 vols. : . -
' u' '-. 'Anatotnv and- Pathology, .-, ' ' - ' V
, uHfirs -Anato'my; 2 .vols. ,
r r BidHe's Morbi-i Anatomy-' v - .
urjson's Surgery,2 vol9. i ' f
' Cotjper's First Lines of Surgeh', 2 vot:.
l)ewees on 'Females x . ; ' .
V -: r do- ion -Children' :
C Francis's Deoman ' ; -
Good's Study of Tedicirie, 5 vols. -' . - -
r. ' Gregory's Practice : 2 VoU. new edition '
X hachers .Modern Practice
i-Cullen's Practice: ; : v';' ,'
.' Y Thachet'a Dispensatory.
-Edinburgh Vndoj; iY
Ct CoO(er ob Dislbcattoii ??fi
: - MurraVs Materia 5iedca .
Magendie'at' 'do'-'-- irl'-'f-?- iKvC;
;Hbstocks ; - Ydo V'V" "'". ;
'Richerand'a "dd " 'v j - " ';.;
-Itateman's Synopsis Y,r1 "
Hunter on theJilobd"l j)7
Scudamore on the Gotib"
T Armstrong Jori Fever ano! Consumption; '
''j Armstrong's Medical, Works -, ; . -., v .
;l)urwms ZoonomiS, 2 Vols., ' -V -rith
niany, other ; valuable- Medical "VTcrk5
which will be sold oq the most favorable terras,
by.. ".v in-- v - A:5J GALES-& SON.-' --Raleigh:Ofctr
CHEAPER HAN EER.
ILLlAMS- & HAYWOOD are how receir -
Qing from Nework and offer for saIe ,
100 Gallons best WS. Sperm. Oil 3'
"200 lbs.-Northern Alould Candles' -;
300 Vs Turpentine: Soap i -w - "
; 200 best refined Salt Petra
-150 .' v ; Poland Starch . ; ; '' .,
-100 Black Pepper :. - v : iS -; X - -."
150 Race and ground Ginger V r ' '
Uoo, -Allspice :-:ry.---'-t-j": VA-
t doi. Hibbert's fondon Portef . , '
0d Pbrt Wine-" . ?? ';; -
'f. :-h SBoxes best American Mustard for sata :
i ;V -by the "pound; .-X Vj j ' ; ' '1" -
; 2 tupcrior?perm Candles " ' "
v-20 Kegs White: Lead - . r
' '12 Boxe;VlhuowGlaW''UV.c.;'.r,x;V
500 lbs- Putty, . r ! V I . , ' -.-.. '
; 2 36 doz.; Wine Bottles '
4 350 lbs.: best-AmercsTn Glu .' V, v
C-500;green Cbpperas w " i
v--i000.v chipped and stick Caapeachylj- -
150- Ground Fustic '
Dutch Madder ground
a I - - . .:.
2S; Spanish IndtgbV
r 2 Coils Bale and trce Ropft.
v,- ,1. Bale shot!' thread;- A - "
1 Package baskeUsalt for iTable use
; uasnciisai? lor, g SDiemse : ' ,
-English. German and Ital'iii
tingi conststing oilat 2nd 3rI
; 1. Bundles.
: Violin stpii
iV .-and lths.
. W. & Hi, are also receiving an additional '3p
piy or uruj;s,3IeUicinest Paints iC C;c,i which
?3.e b.c,T ..Msort.ment very-complete.
Just received 2 Boxes xjf the 'above valuibta
Medicine. '-i';c -'-r-': --S-;, :. tTf. ;t
WILLI A31S & HAYWOOD.
Oct. 14th, 1829.
DELINQUENTS tockholders in the hoanak s
Navitration Company areTreauested ta ta!-a
; notice,that the;; : vv V :: .- ;'-.,
1st requisition of 10per cent., became due the
2nd, do , ?lO;do 15th Pebruarv-
3rd : Y do 0-&:t5jl6 10th December.
;4thv-dov v"10 -da 1st September,
5th '.t "t v db -vl& lo 1st February,
' 6th : - do 1 0 do 1 st J a nu ary,"
v7th;V "db 3J'ir-f 8 -do Is t ' February v
8th V do V 'V 1 5 do-1st -January; ,
i',9th:V i do , ;-;5 do lst-October.
10th do v ' 5 do lstebruary,
1 1th : do rv 4 do 1st sM arch,
12th i do-- 4 do 1st June. ': . '
13tU : do -.:v,: 4 'do 1st: January,
By " order of the Board of Directors. v -
Weldon, Sept.; 30, 1829 - , . ;.151r
HaywpotV8 oMahuaL f
Brought up to the present time.
GALES & SON have just publish ed -i-y.
APPENDIX to H ay woe J's Manual, whicli'
I Embrace the Iws nasspd since
e year 1UILV
- 1 unuer uisiinci iichiu. inainaa.iJtiiC2i c-ier.
1 cludine those of last Session, wh-ch rz:.':.n
Work complete. V -' - - . -
"I'-For i tbTs : addition to th e Mar. u a L 'n o e rtn.
charge Will ' be m.de. - The Book will L
I at Five Dollars as heretofore. - '
; Offers-will be instantly attended to. "
;8ept. 12,1829. ' ' , : - - -.
v. . .. '.
jplONTAINING. besides, the AtroncS3ical Caflv
kJ culatiorts' Essaya -on ; A;rnculture, valuable -
j Medical and AlisceUneous Receipts, Ar. rcdnte
1 a list, of the Member of -the nest Lei s 3 fa r
ia ust.oi uic craoera oi.uie ;ni a-egis;ature;
vernment, imebf "holding the difTcrent Ccurtr, :" -Ttiis
Almanack may be had trhclczale cf ths ' v
- i. Ivf tlie'Storekeepers IpT-tbe StateV'p"; ;i .; ;t .
01 1 - bent. 10.
- ERINT1NQ ;
4 ',.u&iA-'mr . " .-- .r- -IIOBERT: PERRY. . I tember.
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