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- JOSEPH -GALES & SON, J
- At Five Dollar per anmim--half in advance.
' 'ADVRRTISKMKNTS. f
r6t exCedi'ncr fxf;ehnejt, neatly ;Jnsejrtedv3
times tor a Dollar and twemy-nve cemsmr
o very succeeding publications those of great-
-; er Jengxn m ine same prfjwiu,,v,wwA'rv
wicatioW thankfully received. :Xb TTSKs'to
: theEditors.tnust be tostpaids - ' -6
i ,TME CLUBS OF ST. JAMES'S. , f
;-. ' shekidan:- - 7
Mr. Moore is mistaken in tatinp;ltbat
CKoViri A W : was irr the' habi ' t of manufacture
ing puns and other, witty payings- before
she Went, into cunipauv-.-auunuiai.iev ci it
erall? remained st'Wf until ; a proper ' op-
things That He and other celebrated wits
iriav haw occasionally dpnn jBo, riot' at
41 1 1 m proba hi e- ? bu t th at : 8U f b was ; Sh e r T
idarVs practice no one who'knew liim in
- timately' tan - for moment allow. Had
the leanjed biographer 1 in question, given
the least consideration: io his practical
jokes upon those tradesmen and others1 who
were in f he habit of dunning himl he would
perceive t hatt 21! r. t Sh erid a h 'a i n ve n tio n
wa nepkr at a stand ; :fr;r on?such occai
ions instead lof pajing; he generallj.'-con-trived:t6T.pbtaiD4onerJime,;nd..
more deeply into tbeir debt : those ' who
? came to ear , went? ,Kome shem: -But
there are thousand proofs an record that,
like the light produced by fire-boxes now
iff vogue Sheridan's 'wit was instanrane
ous and iid; AS fe
w flashes, is they bccurj tdiihelwritei mind
Vshall here, be tHsplayedj the reader bearing
jo m ind tfhat "such pnly shal I be se t down
as are n mentioned ;byi other authors, or
which, hiving apjearedt' ha at-
$ tributed id htm 'thero.:& i
:$M rftihi i bread one evening atiB rooke'a
isters f oi!ay ing; w hat was called the ybdr
tax uporl cmalt i v ev
course' concurred i With, bin-Jn opinion $
4 but-Sheridan could not resist the ratifi
1 cation ofa hit against the brewer himself.
He took out bis pencil and Wrote upon the
he handed to Mr. Vbitbread across the
table : - ' ... t- - , , v- -
They've raised the price of table drink;:
fV; What is the reason; do you think ? ,
" The tjix on malt' the cause, I bear ; :
;vBut Jat has matt to do with ieer, 7
Pue idaV meeting twooyal Dukes walk
ing up S:JaroesVlStreeU. theyoungest
thus fl ippit n tly ad d ressed r;b i m i I ' I ay,
Sherry ve bavje?justv been discussing
whether ybu a re a greater , or. rogue:
what is puroVn opinion ' my boy,
Mr. Sheridan having bowed and smiled at
the cpmpkrrnehu took each of them by the
arm, and 1 nstantly ; replied 0 Why? : faith;
J helievcS 1 am betweea both'& v"r
' Being nn a parfiamenUrcommUteerH
one day entered the room aaU the ' mem
bers werei8atedrand-readyjto commence
business, p Perceiving no empty seat," hi
bowed ; ind, looking round the table with
a lroll epresion of countenance said,
Will arV gentlem'aii wiore,nthat I . may
take the chair?" ; St .
t Lookihj over a;numberof the Quarter
ly llevievfone day at Brooks's, soon after
is first apnearance, he sald in reply 4p a
gentlemanl who' observed that the editor,
Mr. Gifforjd; hacf boasted of, his- p'oWer of
conferring; arid distributing literary . repu
tation ; vVery likely, and in the present
instance I think he has done it so profuse
lr m tn hive left none for himieff." ; .
'Soon affer the Irish 'members were? ad
mitted intur the British House of Commons,
at the Uninn i n; 1 80 U one of them in the
.tnulst of his maiden harangue, and ini trje
national warmth of his heart, thus address'
l'the chair,--- And; noW my 1 dear Mr.
Spea ker'l &c. which created a loud laugh
famf all pirrts of the1 bouse. - As sooq ' as
ir tiiirth had 'subsided, Mr. Sheridan
gave it another; fillup.byi observing thnt
;jrier ; fo thanks to the ministers, now-a-d
.y; ercry thing ts dear. . J . r
e'tlun: Mr. S bavins .finished a
MJ f4t!iit it to Sheridan with a note
fejuetinan early .opinion, i an(f ofierin
it lor periunnaocetat-:Di;ury;X.ane. ;Thj
mn.icr fnokd over the manuscript: but
ting nothing fit for, representation laid
w ue Uble, before the, noble author, nho
M y, friend ;Ou tnberla'nd has nromised
Je a Vod'l dare jsay, f..r the in-
Sf uime.to thai depend Wu"'' v '-;'-A
fnend'haviiig pointed out to Mr. She-V
lIa,, J.hat Lord Kenyon had -fallen'asleep
Awe Urt ienfe4entinnTof Piiarrd. & thai
at n "hemtdst of; Holla's fine peech to
;":tPe,nv.m! soldiers: 4 the "dramatist felt
; but instantly 'recovering
-fiuinor, he said, Ah !
t . 'w.
ouiora tlecrv rettV'a, protected
na two" days (after -without 'saying a
ord. . Vejnowrmy dear Sheridan,"
l the dramatist. ' Wbatdo voutthluk f
Jjctioa tu supply Jrie;WitK an epilopjieP
trt me my dear Sir"; replied ' Sheri
Jn drdy "ahd shakinsr his headit-wUl
'w ineaire. vou win naveuo' cm-
tax- upon iron,onergentIeman satd that
as : lbera'was;so " much, opposition Wit,vit
would be better to raise" the proposed' sum
upon. coal .Hold mydear fellow, ' said
SbVrid an, ,t h at Wu I d tfe du t of thejrying
pan into ther ;With !a vengeance V?j:i!--,
..Bui that Sheridan -was- from, his Very
infancy, y person -of -great', wit, the two
following 'anecdotes will ;.prove : beyond
(ubt. J BeiQp at a guarding school." where
Were; also tw brothers,- the sons of a phy
sicianf jthe conversation in theplaV-gruund,
as is often the cae with boys, a frequently
turned ion the rank,' riches, and professions
of their parents. The brothers were one
day bragging largely of their father; saying
J that he, , was a gentleman, and '.that, he
professionally attended" several of the 'no
bility.' x And '.so is my father a1' gentle
mdnfin as good as your father any day,"
replied little Sheridan. " Ah but,'? -said
the elder boy,, f yburV father is an actor,'
Dick,a. player on the public stase i con
sequently it is impossible that he can be
a gentleman.'' You may think so," re
plied Sheridan, ,but I don'r tv for - your
fa t her kill people j i arid in i ne on v amuses
theW'': -J :rv' -':-.v
' a A gentleman having a remarkably long
visage, ; was one rui i ng uy . me scnooi ,
at the gate. of whichHe overheard yourig
Sheridan say to another lad, v that? gen
tleman's face is; longer than his life."
Struck by the strangeness' of this rude nb-
servation,. tne;man. turnen nrs norses neau
and ' requested . an explanation. Sir,"
said thei iov, I meant no ofience in the
world.; but I have read in the Bible at
chool, that a man's life is but a span bui
I am sure your face is double that length."
The; gentleman could not 'help laughing,
and he threWtheJ lad sixpence for his' wit.
M r. Sheridan ' met with hothe hard' rubs
h i m se If, however, one o r two o f w hicb may
not be iihentertainiiig tojneqtin. 5 ;
lie was enqeavonng to compliment (vui-
go, to gammon j a. cixy tanor out ot a new
suit of clothes, and promising himjialf a
doten similar orders every wear. f ;
are an excellent cut9 my friend," said She
ridan, .!and you beat our snips of the West
end, hoUow Why d6ntydu puh: your
thimble irang&tus ? i'll recommend you
every where, : tipn mybnor, your work
gives you infinite cred i t.'9 Yes" repli-
eu I wist, I always take care that my
work gives : long credit y but- the icecrcrs
ready money." 1 ' T ' ' H ' 1
On one .occasion, he received a pretty
hard hjt from one of the electors,' as he was
on a canvassing visit at Stafford. He was
met in the streets by, one of his old voters,
a simple, but substantial - burgiss,; with
whom he) had formerly had some 'dealings
of a pecuniary, nature.'. This man accosted
him as followsr- Well, MaisterShridahi
f betmain glad to see y ou.v how be yVB -"
Why, thank you, my friend, very well.
I hope you and ybuir family "are well,",1 re
plied the arididate.-.; " Ay, ay," answer
ed the elector, they are pretty nobbling
- but ;theyk tel I me,iMaistcr Sheridan, as
howyou are trying to get a Palumentary
Reform. ' Do ye think ye shall get it ?"
u,,VVThy; yes," said Sheridan, 44 1 hope so.'t'
vAn"d so do f," "replied t his constituent;
' tbr.then you'lTbe able to pay off the old
electioo scores, shan't ye?" :iVveM; M.Mag
MY IilVERY STABLES
a RE OPEN and offer reat convenience to the
TV ? Members of the Legislature arid other visi ;
tors to Raleigh, who prefer having their Horses'
kept in the city. -Oood Provender and trusty
Ostlers are provided. ' The price will be mode -
i-atcs', " V
WILLIAM SMITH.; "
October 22, 18291 '
v. : THEATRE. f
fllHE Public ?s most respectfully informed that
IL the Raleigh Theatre, with a' good and suffi
cient Company, under the Management "of
; MR, m RIDDLE, ,
will . open on the 9th of November. . n r !
The Manager trusts.the public will be gratifi
ed.' They are assured that every endeavor will
be used to render the Theatre attractive.
iuleigh,-Oct. 16. 4 l-K , ir ;
OXFORD MALE ACADEMY.
riHR Examination of this Institution : will be
X gin on Monday, November 9th, and close
with the serni annual Report, on Wednesday
mofnuig. . K - - , , , .
All that feel interested, are respectfully invit
ed attend. J " ' ' 1 ' Jf-.
. ;r , , ROBERT B." GtLLIAM, Sec'y.
l Oxford Oct. 9 l$2f. :s s v 15-4 w
" (C-The Tarborough Press, Edenton Gazette
8c Norfolk Hera Id., will .publish the above three
weeks and forward theiraccoants as heretbfore.
Medical -Golleke orSCaroliha. f
fipHE Annual Course of Lectures in this Insti-
tutiori, wui be resumea on iu Mccmvm.tun
day in Number, pn 'the following Branches '
r- Anatomy -by John. Edwards Hidbrpuk, M.D.
V Surgeryby James Ratrisay, ; M. D. l; V
. , Institutes an d Pruetlceof Aledicine-by Samuel
Henry Dickson, M.'JJ. 0; f ;?.v ' J .
Materia JieUicaby Henry II, Frost, M. D, .
Obstetrics antl Diseases 6f : Women and Children
by Thomas G. Pripleau, M. P: ''--.'';
: Chenustryby Edmund ltavenel, AI U. ' ' .
'Naturat tUtory and Jiotanyby Stephen EIIh
, .Fatliotogical and 'Surgical Anatomy by John
Wagner, U. ,D. .V'rl -V " '
IJtmofittrator ofAnatomy-t-Jno. yv-gnsrti. u.
AusustlOv - vlawtN .?,
'Richmond. tctober AA.
i The following are the Drawn :ifumbers'-'in'the
Piew-x or ic.cxtra -Lottery, lath -CIhss : ' k
-33., 19. 50.27. M. 41. 1.3. 1 12. 24'
. 19. 3S.:S0. $10,)00,Vv ' ...
27. 41.-44.' ' -5.000'''-'v
"2,500 , ' '
i.kx t .
All sold at the Managers Office! V ' ; ; 4
x. xy, oj ,
YATES & MTNTYRB.
iVoi. praum in New York Canal 1 2A regu-
11 1. lar "Class. .
, 10;'-46.-'SS; 48; -42
, - ,-1023 46S10,000
42 47 46. .10,000
- 8 42 47 10,000
28 42 47, t one of the above Grand Capitals, was
sold in a Whole Ticket, at the Managers' Office,
toa Vender of Richmond.
. . YATES & McINTYRE.
; MANAGERS OFFICE, ;
1 ) r ' - . Richmond, Octl 9, 1 829. '
New-York Consolidated Extra 14.
r v ..To be Drawn 5th of November.
1 of ;15,000 i?;S$15j000
60i 50, &c.
Whole tickets $5 Halves 2 50 Guartera.l 25:
A Packafceof 20 Whole (which
to draw $45) tor 100.
f Direct your orders to
s YATES & MINTYRE,
' Grand Consolidated No. 17.
. Fates M Intur e. Managers.
J o oe Lraw I2t day 01 JN
60 number Lottery. 9 drawn
1 Prize ot 216,000
1 . ' - ; 6,000
1 , 3,000
1 ! 2,000.
i XI 6,000
100 . .
5 1,000 10. -
. v : 5 ; 500 20 r
: 5 400 24
10 v SOO Besided
50 4030 rlO- and 5,
Whole 55 Halves 2 50 Quarters 1. 25
A Package of 20 whole for $100 (which is
compelled to draw 545, and may draw any of
me aDove urana uapitats.)
' Send your orders to Yates Sc M'lAtyre, Mana
gers who - have distributed from thjeir Office at
Richmond, within the last 12 months, no less
than 4 Grand Capitals of 10,000 2 of 6,000
a of 5,000--1 ot 4,0003 of 2,000
number of 1,000, &c ? ' , : ' ;
jwith a' great
YATES & MINTTRE, Richmond
BY virtue of a decree, of the Court of Equity
' for Granville county! I shall offeribr sale to
the highest bidder, in the town of Oxford, on
Tuesday, the 3d day or November-ndxt, Jt being
theJ2d day of the County Court, thle following
Real Property, belonging to the Estate of Rich
ard Taylor, dee'd. viz : ;, ! . I -
t A Tract of Land containing between 7. and 8
hundred acres, (uncleared) it being a part of the
tract on which the v said Richard died ; situated
on the waters of Tar River, 7. miles south of Ox
ford. Threes hundred acres of this tract is first
rate Tobacco land ; the remainder is free,' pro
ductive, and remarkably well timbered. - Bonds
wirb approved securities will be required, pay
able at one or two years, each for $1,000. For
the residue, (should there be any); tike bonds
and securities, payable 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 ' he. conve
nience' of purchasers, will be sold in f arcels ; in
which event like bonds and securities in the pro
portion of the prices at which said parcels may
sell, will be required."" ; -
it-LsoT-: r- -';
' A Tract of Land of 68 acres, infant5 adjoining
the Village of Williamsbbrotigb, at f resent oc
cupied by Bishop Kavenscroft, This tract, has
good improvementSrT-sitnated in a plea; ant grove,
and convenient to ( a first rate - Spring. It has a
sufficient number of acres' in, wood-land to keep
up! a continued 'supply, of; fire-wood. Bonds
with abproved 'securities: payable. in 1 , 2, and 3
vears. to v bear interest after the expiration of
the first year, will be required. Si t
-H :? ' 'W1 . JNO. U. 1 AxjLOii, Comrn-r. ,
h Sept. 21st, 1829. . . V 1 1
The Raleigh Star and Newbern Spectator will
insert the foregoing advertisement We, and
forward.their bills toyme,; at;Williamsbjoro'.'i .
,r T " "1 f - 1 1 li C. T.
"ffRS. JOHN HAYWOOD is preparj
ed to ac
XYJL commodate twenty-iT?e or thirty jMembers
of the Legislature. : She assures all those who
nay honor her with their patrbnagej Hhat no ex
ertions shall be spared to render them comtorta-
1 Mrs. IL has 'a , ;fiumber .of; detached rooms be
sides those in the main building ' , , J
N.TB.' The -favor of early : applications is re
quested. V , V v A " f
31 rs. l. , continues tor receive.-a rave ljer?, auu
Boarders; by the day, week, month or year,
- Raleigh,, Sept. 2, 1825 V .
R Si PARSLEY will be pfepaVed tj acebm
ivA 3 commodate 42 or 15 Members of the Gen
eral Assembly jwith. Board. 1 She assures" those
who fnayjfa?or her, with their company i that the
utmost 'exertions shall be used to render their
situation' agreeable.. . i
12. 13 41. -
y aluablfc 'Medical BoolisV
S A BERNETHY'S Lectures,' 2 vblsJ
Horner's Speci$l & General Amtomy, 2 vols
t- i o:.t..rn r',..i - 4 . . -. s ... . 1 t 'v. . - ...
i v ' ' j,' r. Anatomy, and Pathology 1 r., "
' Bell's Anatomy," 2 vols. f;rccV
;.Bailies Morbrd Anatomy, sf ,v- -f - -
4 Gibson's SiirgervV 2 vols. ; ' '?
, . Cooper's First Lines of Surgery," 2 vols.
, Dewees', Mid wiferv '-s " s'
'jDe wees .on Females.
da foh Children - v5 V
Good's Study of Medicine, 5 vols.:
; . Gregory's. Practice, .2 vols, new edition
v .Thacher's Modejn Practice t vr V -
? . Cullen's Practice
Thacher's Dispensatory t
Edinburgh "da .-,
Paris Pharmacologia f
;Cooper on Dislocation -'
Murray's Materia Medica -Kberle's
do " do
2 vols. .
J.' (Lawrence' Physiology
. Magendie's . do l 1
Rostock's j dp
c' - Richerand's ... do ? :
v. Hateman8 Synopsis -'
; r Hunter on the Hlood
1 i Scudamore on the Gout
- 5 Armstrong on Fever and Consumption
; 'Armstrong's Medical. Works j -
. Uarwiri 3 Zoonomia, 2 vols
With 'many other valuable .Medical Works
which, will be sold on the most favorable terms,
by ' - -4 - J. GALES & SON.
Raleigh Oct. 14. - ; t
GHEAPER THAN EVER1
7lLLtAMS & HAY WOOD' are now feceiv-
ing from New York and offer for'sale,
,100 Gallons best W. S. Sperm. Oil '
200 lbs. Northern Mould Candles - ,
300 Turpentine Soap ." f
200 'ffbest refined Salt Ptre ' -
150 Poland Starch " i '
100 Black Pepper , ; ' i
150 Race and ground Giaffer,
100; AllspTee : i' ' ;5 : .-'v-.' ' '
7 dozrHibbert's tTondon Porter . '
3 ' Old Port; Wine;:4:;v
2 Boxes best American; Mustard, Gr sale
. by the pound. ; ' , :. . ; ;A ..
2 . Superior Sperm." Candles
' '.20 Kegs' White Lead ' ';
500 lbs. putty -.v-:-
36"doz. Wine Bottles
350 lbs. best, American Glue
chipped and stick Caropeachv Log
wvvu. ... -,-"--'.- ' .V
Allum . .
Dutch; Madder ground : I -1 J
Spanish Indigo ! 1 ;
- ' .. Brown . . (. . 'v :(.,'
WijmigtonkRice- ' ' f 1 vS
2 Coils Bale and trace Rope'. - " :
1 Bale shoes thread , -. :-: 'V-: .
1 Package basket-salt for Table use
12 Bundles English, German and Italian
- 3 . --o- . --o . 'k r -
and 4ths. -?;;'. vv.;r:
Violin stritura'CfinsiHtinr nf 1st 2nd 3rnl.ll m..tM onmmW.j ir . .
w. s H. are also receiving an 4ulditionaI sup -
ply ot Urugs, Medicines, Paints &c. Bee, which
makes their assortment very complete! ? t ; ? ;
fnysicians supplied on good terms and all or -
ders promptly attended to. -; -
Boxes of the above valuable
irivVw amV i ivwhhn
WILLIAMS & HAYWOOD -
Just received 2
WILLIAMS & HAYWOOD.
Oct. 14th. 1829
Roanoke Xavigntion Company.
--:''y-y:r .-A"-.' : - '- - Xf hiyHy-
DELINQUENT Stockholders in the Roanoke
Navigation Compahy are requested to, take
noticethafthe' v--;: ltc.V
1st requhiition of 10 per cent, became due. the
rst of February, 1 817
2nd ; do U 10 do 15th February, 1818
3rd do 15 do 10th December ; 1818
4th ; do' :. 10 do 1st September, ' 4819
5th do rIO do 1st FCbruarv, 1820
6th - do V 10 do 1st Januaryi 1821
7th . do .'- -r 8 do 1st February, 182!
8th , .do- 5 da 1st January 1823
9th - do 5 do 1st October, 1823
10th :r do ; 7 5 : do 1 st February,' f 1824
llth do 4 do 1st 'March;; 1825
12th - do - -4 do 1st ; Junei t-f ; 1826
13th - do ; . 4 do lst January; 4"-; 1828
By order of the Board of "Directors. ;'
rl.r ,'- i'i i A: JOYNER Treas'r.
feWeldon Sept. SO, " 1 829 & 131m
it up to tnq present time.
GALES fc SON have : just' pubfished an J Tavern is most eligibly situated for the cinveni
APPENDIX to Haywood's Manual, which ence of 'Members, not biino i more th-ti 1
embraces the Laws passed since the year .1819,
under distinct, heads, (in alphabetical order, in -
ciuuing muse ui.iAsi oc3h.i, huiwi lciiucrx iuc
Work complete. tN - , V
For this addition to Cthe Manual, no extra
charge- will be ro:de,? ; The Book will be sold
at Five Dollars as heretofore. ;- '
; : Orders will be instantly attended to.
PI ONTAINING besides the Astronomical Cal-
J culAtions Essays on Agnculrure, '.valuable
Medical and MiscelLneous Receipts, Anecdotes,
a list of the Members of the. next, Legislature!
and of the Officers of the State nd General Go-1
vernment, time of holdin- the different Courts,
. -Jl ins Auuaiwt. may we uau wuoicsaic. in mel
Publisher Raleigh ;:of; Mr. Edward J. Hale;(
Observer Office; Fayetteville. and of Mr. Salmon I
H at VB ookseiier e w t ern ;
cf ther Storekeepers in the S
z '. ; . . V-l .' .
5 ,T3r,i h.ww, .
; OR SALE!
I WISH to sell the plate Within ft rnile of IlilL
borough, on which Ihoa resid sr. There r
205 acres,' about one half cleared, ten acres "
Meadow land and the bafance in -w6td., TI j
improvements. are,; all newTan'd finished inhe
best,matmef they cdnsist of a Dwcliifv He"--,
cpntahrinjerght ; rooms. with fire 'placevoeHdss
passage closets; &c.'a large Hzrn and Stabler,
and othermecessary Outhouses. TTisre are se
veral neVtr failing. Springs ' ' ' L .t water ori
the tract, and arg and i -lsctcd fruit
Orchard. ''r- v ,x -
, 1 will sell this property on -tn'e'''most.libcrrl
termsT-r-tither for money ori easy credits-or will
exchange it forNegroes or. Western 1 "j.
fj, Application inay bo njade by letter to t!:: l ab
scriber, iat Hillsborcugh', .
'- ;'-, NOTICE.. :;,-
"ITfTA S taken op and committed tb the Jail c'f
V V .thiX county,', on the 2d' of. -March last, a
pegro man supposed.to be a; SIsve." who cl!
himself SAMUKt WILKINS. arid savs that he
was bound an , apprentice to v Wm. Mosely, cf
Norfolk, 'Va. and that he ranaway from the t;.'ul .
fosely before his term of apprentleethSp hsd c-v
pired. The said "negro been in WnS ccur.tv
5 or 6 years, and has pttd diu-ing that tims as
a xree man ; . ne is aDous 2 y ears ot ngeS leet,
or 5 inches high, and reoai black: .The ' bwne?
of said negro 13 requested to come fonv-rd, preve
property and pay charge,? or he will be dealt
wiui as uie iRvr airecrs. : , -jj-,
- . . JAMES PALMER, Jailer. '
Windsor, Bertie county, June 9. ' '
.Price adv.'.$?., , ; - S2-C
RS.SRAH GLENDENNTNG,l:l3 cf Grrn.
IX JL ville county, formerly resident in Raleigh.'-
has lately Sied in testate. vHfany of her next of in
reside at a distance from ' this ' place, and I dc
hereby mitify all persons concerned, that kt the
expiration of two years from the 1st May,
as prescribed by law, ; I shalF be ready an
ling to settle the &aid Estate. The rAdn. ;
tion ot sam Kstate haying been committc
to mel v
by the County eourrorGranviUe Gour.ty, m May
, I will attend, to all communications ( j&dsiE iiazJ)
which may be addressed to me at Italeigb, N; C.
"WgkC county 21st Mayy-1829vi,r4l6ro
x"AKKElc RAND, r Adm'r
5 J "HE subscriber respectuUJv ioors his fr I c r.d3" ,. .
i.'. and the public 'generillyV"f"i.t .he f . cpen ?
ed an: Office; op; Seventh Street V S ebct
midwav -between'. ih iHMm! I da r c---
I the Office at the? TVaiimil i,ir.M "
ne Will HiR tllailb-till -tAt. rtwl- -v , ..:!!
to. the settlement of accounts' , of .per i u .
distance, with indivjdual'j in ibis city ;
the Dep'irtmeiiis of Gwferninent )? tiie' p
of taxes due on the lots of non-resident .
as tohe sale l orjeasingpf , city property ? tiio
cicuiujii or commissions tor taking oi :c iosK
tiotts and evidence Jif cessary jn ases 'tje p e n'di n
in distant fJourts ?:ahd aiiy xither business com f
mitted to.his charge.;S -Ai; ?;::'iV
- 'He Dromises brbrtint ant 'fHltttfiii ot:
1 vuunuiiicu. u uiui, Willie 13 CDT'-S
Eu.acr- ' '
lized to rter tor evidence x)f hia compet...c
ipet' ..cy tc
I tne following gentlemen : ;tt -'.'r
Hon. Joseph Kenkikie Governor jf jit :
J Jim. ChatC FMerterVVL. C. from Virr
. Joseph Gakst Jr. JSgqig Mayor Of the C!t ci
Va'shnigton.:l 'cVf C J-U-u'i' ' , L
Cei fFottr Jone, 3ounseljer,atV
Zojfr C.. Cas'iier BanK of
Washington. : :;;".--; ? -
!ra7 President Patriotic":
1 n nentai varoerv, Z2eg late Mayor of Washl-
Washington City. Aug. 25, 1829,j ; ; , .,
, MlSSfCGEDBYl prepared toac-
commodate; -eight : Members of the approaching
Legislaiure withBord, together with the fatni-'
lies of those t who may accompany them, r ilarly
applicatfon is requestecL . , . - Septl 10
fflHR SuhscTmercsictmlly inrjrrris:khU
; l.; Friends and the Public, that. hef still pecu pi e 3
this f weltknown standi where he? is nrenared tt
accommodate; with Board i thirty : or forty , Item
bers 'of. the approaching Legisliture; AThe Dell
yards distant from '-the Canit 51. The 'T?oo'm ir
1 comfortable the fare the best which can be cb-
i lauieo, ana ine cnarges adapted to trie h2.rdr.r1 i
of the times. The subscriber, therefore r.atterj
J himself, on a continuance tf that liber-1 r-t un
J age which has hitherto been extended to Urn. -
tv 1 .v Hn:niY:ii. coo::
Raleigh, Oct. 1, 1C29. . 12 tNl
HAVING nwde a large addition to her fir
will . be ; prepared to : accommodate ' itl
comfortable lodging 'njom&j Members of tha
General Assembly, and others; ;who may' call'
on ? her for
Koard. -during the ensui::" Le-k! .
I ture," ad at other times.
Raleigh. Sept, 14.
li. tl. I.C, r5.- t' "
?PHE MlSSESKXIy "s PF-fed to
accmmoaaie or. 1 iemDer ci tae tp.,
Phjng General Assembly with Ecsrd.
imejgn;.aept. iu.; , , y, Owt
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rrniHi Subscriber Laving addJ vc
1 ' ' j a. mrr .
from .u to u Liemoers.
r iiucp?.w.:--.v , ,
and retail, ot 7 mostl Ju-.'.aoiy . u uouse an jrcei"! iro.; xv
tate. V " ; , s . " " I it will be prepared at the apprc-c. . ; xx .
-.7iolthe LegiilAture, to acccsoiits ;hix Zcil, V