v. ' V
"' " :
T- v' ? -:.tt, :s.v- x - v'j Our? a?e the plan
Oupj a?e the plan of fair; delightful peaces
Unwarp'dby party rae tollrelike bother"s., ; i
f Pub 1 is!i e d e"v ery MoV i at an d Thtths AT,1y
: l YoSKPH UAI.ES &SONr
It Fiven Mar ijitT anniim-half in advance.
Kot vcce edintrtf xte en fines, neatly ..inserted.
timer. for t T)bllaf, and.twenty-tiye.cenwior
everv aacceedtnjr pubticatibn ? those ot preax
Vr lenffHi in ih ;sanie prop'rtion;.'..CoMMtr
the Editors mast be postpaid.: 1-
- iPrbml the- lA-oerpnol -Athia m. 1 .J , 4-:-ilbwTO
STOP AB UNA WAY; HOnSE; -";
A few davs lifffv two(boitmeii having re-
oI ved t becn. e com petitory furthe ;cup
at Iher ensain2r We ai'a, ,iok meir uqar
Shore, nt ; ner u p lor the occaMou,-
"When the tid eF M W the :; boa t r which ..(! h ey
inteoded to haul up to be. patnted, was Jeff
feh and dry 6n-the;beach, and . having
procu red i s m i I ijen rt, hey packed into ,i t
tne masiiSv san anu; outer apuu; iciiautcs,
inc uuinz a cauie anu' aiicnur. aiiu vwtre
proceed ing: witftUbeaCI the, (fjrrjZ house,
uhen the ; horset'a wefful anihia!, ? took
frteht, and IUfiou?.iydashed - along: the
shoirrl Finding all h ei r end eav or to a r-
' rest hi prsresTb vAir,' and apprehending,
i;t.ine of J hem; said,vthaf ?Hey slibujil "up-
el' of: founder," a pariey was he. d bow
f said Jack, i l e t .'6 the t an chor ;No
JMofef;4auI ihitn donei rAUurni was taken
round thtf Irams ors pits" m the cart, and
at the wnrds uJb?t go ?'Tdown went; the
aiicnoc over ine steni, ann, ine . caoie;was
nid out. I In a mh me o ( the cabfe ca me to
it tension, ;hf aochorwdS plowed into live.
travel, andt hold ng nrroi vv the furious an
standing JivWe?wbtild commend some
cf the young gentlemen who sport' their
tits in nie ot.thj neighb-iring l-ihesv or a
Jong the-Kortrljhore,rand but in.
iLtirehtihorseinehrto take i hiptfrpm the
cool contrivaricefahesetarapp gale;
an?! carry a smajl ahchor and cable behind
their saddles, lin case of accidents. 'O ;j ,
iK, - saia uapr. 10 nis
a: j -ha n k "o f o a te r
a wrb rig ord e r?' sald'a e U
a d hold u b if y o u h e i id 1 i ke ni a n. ?
lows, V. cotMiucl lier ir;'.CQiihtry-i8iafc;
with suclV soldiersr.. I; say .Le w ten ant,
what arpu rtec irilttih
ilier walk- on t ieayeni
eeaot.;take three: tne riband bringhiminfo
' " The aptain fiays jrou must cprge into
the rankVand keep step." (addressing the
srav soldier) j(i guess I shan't do no sich
a thing.- re totmy: feet.mudvly a-ready ;
anil if the gltsj wet, I guess as how I shall
be pmrly'for a' month. V " lO i '
. Y uu'eetf comein no; Mr;-',' ;
I'd Ml the Captain whar you say. V
Htf, ha, lt, and what does I keer if
joa les.'v Ari't 1 an inilppridence man;';
Captain ine mau:says he von't.come
'"What ! nW mind what I says to him?.
abuiuin lbl! Well, let himliave" his nwn
ay, I jruess IPH tell the Colonel tht 1
v-ill. To the! right about turn, arid. ;-mmd
th:t iriudbolc-f'jrebS ey Wright, forward
left loot afofej boy4 keep yourheadslup
fine lookini:tteH6w6glonous-day, ifor-
WatjL march.' And ' away we went '.up
Owdwav-'in si?le.' - - '
e'Jhisvtrajning,'.7 said my
a d e,id J oss to ni e-' o f
time to frolic-
4 And;: I like i t, said - a
creature, Mi.S-,a glorious
almost equal ta the 4th of
;No Ulkink boVs' no talkinI can't
allow talkjfir'cgtrurs'never'taik,' ;said
tiie Capiain. 1 A : r ',-; i'
d, we in arched a mile or two to the
lnil plate. of ioierat ions --vvere drummed
ai for a!n hour saw half aUfoiensinilii
ry. looking in v n ri h o r s back come 'ou
l ?mined'thrbugh''th'e streetsvagai riband
!k lt rin 1 1 1 ed t to Jgo I o"ou rV;notn es, wi ih
rtaii ach.'Vijooh in Inst forii week And
Vw i Nw. Vo"rl(iiliua iluty.
r r . . .
r ,7 0P aiid ofTef great. con venie nee to the
1 .' 7 '-jit i
JLecrjslaUire -and other vist
imai was proujgiivio a sianu-siiu, urpi iseu
at fi n d In g! a:4 topper" pu Tstt &u b d e n ly, 1 6
hisVcours.elf V There nowJ';aid Jack
lock an d 'sr pot jph not d i ssi in 1 1 ar to ui p Van
; Keert vour; ia w,'? tsAid Ithe'tCaDtairi;
M e w a u il ie xa i n i n i- ru 4 na s ed i r i S n e C h
Lot we re disim f sse'd for, h ;tftan h ou r, a I f
f US f)t ilrniiLJ u;r ynllirl in !il-ms
, Vetera J..:'tJ ; f u' . I ."PK a Munnrpp tnisffi thf ntihlic will be cratiti-1
' . ' v. ljl. ut lEic-ii. . l iir iinr.c win ijc iiivau- f - - - j . I
Fa&Uionahlc Winter G6od$.
leave to announce to their friends and
X customers, that they are now' opening, and
will have ready for inspectlonin a few.days, an
enfire'iieiv Stock- f ; Staple , and Fa&tnonabfeDry
Oooj, J ailaptexl to: the pesent and approaching
season.! These; Goods having been bought on
the most favorole. terms,-will be disposed of at
such prices as will defy competition.
jThe following articles :will he found among
meir laooas:, v.-- . .
Superfine blue, -black, olive, .brown,' drab and
- steel-muted Cloths . t I
Valencia tQilanett, .swansdowo. fiorentine, mar
seilles and other Vestines,' j' ; -':
Blue and plaid cambfet, tartan and Caroline
English and French Bombazines & Bombazetts
Merino Circassians, a new article for ladies' dress-
Suk and Cotton Velvet, assorted colours.
Rattinett, spotted Flannel, bang-up Cord.r
Irish ' Unen towns and :Biapers 'S.M
Scotch' and Russia Diaersr and-Sheeti rig.,
Calicoes. Ginffhams arid colored Cambric. : 'A
'"5Db? VJaconett and. book ltb'do ';4
FCambrics, checked and sttiped Muslins. '
Eleffant black and white lace yeas. '
Bohbinett; gimp and thread Laces;
Nankin, Italian, Canton and French Crap er, ns-
sorted.-nC'C'-' '$- t $$l-: C!?riY::x;4 v
Ismyrnne, assorted colours and ..figures, a new
, 8t handsome style of poods fop ladies' dresses.
Jet-black ItaliaVLustringACv4v- .'
Blue ' v r - oo . . qo , , Att 5:v- ;vj - .7,
Satin Levantine and Sinchaws.
Ppngees and Sarsnetts." - ..
Printed and embroidered Crape do. I f; j
Zephy rs a Cash mere .' v do. :: v : 'i
Merino arid Thibert Shawls and Handkerchiefs.
Bandanpi flag and Germaii j;do r
Italian and Barcelona Cravats. v J'
Vew; style . waist Kibbunis. v 4 , .-: '
Garniture, ganse, cap, lustring and satin Ribbons,
C oTzevety description;' f 1- -'-::' ' ;-;"" t
Worsted and silk Braids and: safety Chains. 1 '
Lambs,4woolr worsted," cotton and silk Hosiery,
of every description. ' i V; : r
Gfentlemens"Gloves, do.r,;-.-':. ;; i' '
Ladies' silk, beaver, castor and hoskin Gloves
'.and Mitts.-'i. ; " '-' f " "r:H ,
Misses' do. "'V- "4 -'-. . ' i,:":1 V' i
Umbrellas in great variety. . : : f
Single anil double roller Suspenders. ( -Worsted
and cotton r-do. , i
Sewing Silk, Spool Cotton and Trirornings, ofe
.j very description. . , '
Superfine and common Sattinetts. - . . - -i I
Rose, point fatid dofBe Blankets. : , i '
Negro Clothing in great variety. , i P i
MenVand boys seal and patent leather Caps.;.
A; good assortment. of beaver, fur, seal and wool
if Hats, .;4
A large assortment "of ladies' and - gentlemen's
.Shoes,-bf all kinds. . . -
Ladiesvand gentlenuri's gura elastic Over-shoes,
' a valuable article.
Hardware ; Cutlery and Castings, a good assort
r . ment. ; ! , . :- . t i
Queensware, China arid Stoneware. . i v
CuU pressetL moulded and plain Glass Ware.;
I-S pun Cotton, all ruimbcrs. . ;,
Wire and liair Sifters.., - : - V ;j
Goshen .Cheese,' 'mould and sperm. Candles. ' j )
Window Glass, White Lead, and Putty.: j
Swede, English and German I;on and- blistered
: Steel, cut and wrought nails, all sizes, j Gun
?4powder Shot, ;Bar lead," Snuff & prime chew
i ing 'Tobaccoi best S pantsh Sugars, Indigo,
MaddeiV Copperas, P.eppe'r,.-Allspire, Nutmeg
-MalaiEra, Lisbon and Madeira. Wine, Holland
;'Girt.ojrery,sUperior quality. French Brah
' dv, Jamaica and N. E. Rum. London and Phi
ladelphia Porter, hemp and tow Cotton Bag-
gtng.y-tf -.'M W; is ' : v II
Gunpowder, Imperial and Young Hyson Tea.!
Brown and loaf Sugar and Chocolate.
First quality of green Coffee. , ' f
Fine and common Shovels and Tongs, and And-
ironsiH';1'' v'-'VM'fea-1" .",'-f;"
Brown and bleached Domestic Shirting and
, Sheetings, a prime assortment. ,t f , '
PL-id and striped Domestics, ,&c Sec. . ' ' .
With almost every' other article usually kept In
a Dry Goods' and Grocery Store, t 'f-V. ;
' Raleigh Oct. 22; 1829. ; 'X . 21 6w
North-Carolina State Bank. ! -
: y - " hXateight Nov. 2t 1829. J
k GREEABLY to the2d section of the Act iri-XK-oirporating'
the' Stat?, Bank of NorthtCaro
ndina, ah-- Election of. nineteen Directors of the
principal Bajk is t take place annually on the
first Monday . "in December. The'r Stockholders
of. the " suul Bank are -therefore .called upon
to met at Jhe 1 Principal Bank in thjs City, on
Monday the 7th of December next, at 9 o'clock
in the forenoon, and hold the "said, Election,
arid attend to such other business in relation to
the general Interests of the Institution as may be
iudged beeessary. ; ; ; , . t . , . w
Bv order of the Board, ..."
' "i S: , CHARLES DEWEY; Cashier.
dj Such Stockholders as cannot conveniently
attend the meeting; wilt please to, vote hy proxy.
Medical Cplte of.S. Carolina; .
FI1HE Annual Course ot Lectures in mis lnsti
' B tutiori. will be resumed on th tecond Mon
day in November,' on the following urancnes
. JInatom y by Jbh n Edwards HJbrook, M. D.
- ' fiuftrcry- by Ja mes Ramsay, ' M. . D. ' - ,. v .
: Insittnte arid Practice of Medidne-hy Samuel
Henry Dicksori: M. D. ' .
- MntertA iVrt bv Henrv H. Frost, M". D.'
OlHirtUafyad Diseases of Women and Ufuiaren
by 'Thomas G Prioleau. M. V ' - ,-t '. ;
-J Chemistry y Edmund KaVenel M.-D. (
rNatiirul Jiitor$ wid liotaiiyby Stephen Elli
ott; I Li D.- ,-' '
dtuthblogical ishd Surgical .Anatomy ; pJohn
Wagner, M. D, j - ' V ; " v
V Demonstrator of "Anatomy Jnor Wagner, M.p.
v 'HTNRY.H FRQS 1 Pean.
ZA nmiXl -10.' ' - - " " 2 la WtN -
, T O
4 rEATKE., ';' ; -1
llltj PubIC4S most respectfullyinformed that
Il the Raleigh Theatre, With a gcd and sui..-
cTent Companv, ulider the Management of.
,v Ur MIDDLE, '
will.open on the $tii cf November. .: , A
LAUGK SALE OF D R V fjOODS
p?i TUESDAY, IJth o$NfoMertu
AT the SubscriberVAuctipn Store will conU
L a. mence the Sale of a valuable assortment of
Straw Sfc-Jjeghnrri jBontiets 'Cot
Received vdirect' fronv s New-York; bei ng -the
Stock of a House declining btisirieSsin that city,
f E Country Merchants and Others ma v come
forward with confident expectation of purchasi' ng at
u-uhw out. WCUli JL llCJf VUltSlal, IJI
2P9PS finani p eainbric & furniture' Cal-
Plain and figured cambric and Jaconet Muslins,
Swapsdown,.Tbilinett and tefseil jes Vesting, v
Elegant Merino and Cashmere Shdwl
Common Shawls and Handkerchiefs. ! rf
Men's and women's silk; cotton and worsted,
A splendid assortment of Ribbons C'- ' ''
Men's and , women's kid, beaver and silk Gloves
ynne ana rea.ianneis, :bt v
Edging, Laces and lace Veils, -
Bombazetts, GinghamsV Si! ka&cb fec.v &'c-
terms liberal, and at sale, r;! V'it ::t':"
' ; ; WALKINGS & VOs Auctioneerk
FayetteviUe,Oct. 29U t:' : . r:
THR high-st prices in CASH; will be given
for a few likely YOUNG NEGROES from
15, to 25 tor males, and from 10 to 25 for females
an extra price will be given for mechanics. .
Persons woo wish to sell will do well to call on
me at Mrs. :Jeter s Tavern, where 1 nriavc always
oeiouou. ; . : . A n WM. FOWLER.
Raleigh, Oct. 31. -ri 1 21 eo'tf 4
Rpantrke Literary and ' Scientific
' j;'- ' Institution. ;-:
f IH location of this institution has beenchang-'
1 ed frOm Littleton to Oxford, N. C. In announ
cing; this change to the public, some remarks in
relation to the causes which inducec it, may be
necessary. The object is to establishjin tlie State,
of Nohh-Carolina the institution upon a perma
nent basis. At Littleton, although it possesses
tlte advantages.of heal- h and retirement in an em
inent degree, it was found, that the Convenience
and opportunities for carrying it on; would be in
cjbmmensurate wth the objept in vi( w; particu
larly since the death of the late proprietor: of
that place.' Tn selecting a new loca ion, regard
has been paid to public opinion ;and so f a as it
could be ascertained, the feeling of the public
has centered upon Oxford as the m 3StfsuitabIe
location in the State. -'' y : "
Oxford has long been known as a place of
flourishing-and well cone Jucted scho JsV For its
health, itn moral and refined society it stands
pre-eminent. The site selected for the' institu
tion is pleasant and retired ; the buildings and
grounds are spacious;; and such measures will be
adopted in the government of the . institution as
will prevent the studen's from any unseasonable
communication with the village. Th4 plan here
tofore laid before the public will Uill be pursued.
. Any further information in relation to the in
stitution, may be had on application to, the sub
scriber: - ; ' ' hi' vuVT''v;iH'';--'-"'-'t:-'-
D. H. BINGHAM, Supt.
Sept. SO, 1829.
HE Subscriber ,ha9 several convenient Bed
I Rooms detached from 'his Dwellinpr-House,
on the main street near theCapitolH-aud would
be elan to accommodate wiui Uoard twelve or
fifteen Members of the ensuing Legislature.
The favor of early application is requested.
- It is conve
nient also for-him to find twelv
iu twelve or
fifteen Horses,, at a moderate
plenty of provender, good pasturage
enclosed lots abundantly supplied with water.
-.":.-... . . JNO. bTUART.
Raleigh, Sept. 10
MRS. JOHN HAYWOOD is prepared to ac
commodate twenty-tve or thirty Members
of the 'Legislature. She assures all those who
may honor her with their patronage,' that no ex
ertions shall be spared to render them' comtorta
. -"Mrs. H. has ar number of detched rooms be
sides those in the main building. L::-. : -v.
N.B The favor" of I early applications-is. re
quested. ' . ..-;;'''"'- -:. -'V '
Mrs,' (I. continues to receive Travellers, ( and
Boarders by the day;': week; month o year, i' -H
Raleigh, Sept. 2., 1829 r - 'r 4 K
MRS. PARSLEY will be prfepared to accomv
commodaie:12 or 15 Members yf . the Gen
eral Assembly with Board. Shei assures those
who "may fa vor;: her with their company, that the
utmost: ex ertions, shall be used 1 to render " their
situation agreeable. 1 J : - - -" ,' ' .
.Italeitrh Sent. 2.J. . ' , 4-2 mo.
j ' .
. ' . State of North-Carolina;. ,
, Sr r ' -r. Edgecomb County. . j -
Court of EauitSeptember term." 1829.
Mary, G. Clarkand others, legatees pf Mary SV.
"; Blount,;. ... .
' vs.-- n jv.f-r
The Executors & legatees of Mary S Blount,
IiT appearing - to the; satisfaction ofth'ss Court',
, , that Robert Stuart and Mary his wife," '.Sar:dr
Jfoote, u ' Van Ness and Maria his wife, Bennet
Jiarro w; -Hrtba Barrow, iMary Ty lor, t CHe
vallie, Lewis 5.VVilliaRson;and .Mary bis wife
Mrav Prosser, the representatives of Jacob
Hunter,' the rx-presentatives of (Catharne Darby?;
S u mmerville, -le gatees v and d efendants in this
case, arrnot inhabitanta-ofthis State jitls therei
fore, ordered," that publication be made in --tie
Raleigh Register- for six weeks, that bn less they
appear atour next Ct :rt,r to-be" beldtfcr the
cou'nty tiforesaid, at the Courthouse in TarboroV
on ;the second 1 Monday 'in , Marcli iiext, :and an
swer, pleatf or demur, judgment-will be taken
pro conlesso, and heard ex parte as to them
Witness; j-aacrrwortlv;t, ;Clerk ana V Master ot
Law Books for sale at - Auction f
nm R late"ctief Justice of this State assigned
JL to me - the whoIe of his Library of Law
uooK.3, io uc sum aut-r nis ueatn . upon certain
tFUstS Mrftfd Jn tllf :iifl aotsinrnrTikr.-?.- . " .
Tlrat these trusts may be executed;1! shall ell
the said Boksat Awtioh in the City of Itafeighi
on tne nrst Monctay in December next, and k
many succeeding, days as ; may be required to
complete the sales." h j "s" ' - ,
t This Library is extensive ; contains -many va
luable works which are now become'Tare: arid
At. . -t .t , . ? ,
ine saie is wonny ot tne attention p profession
al gentlemen who. wish., to increase their Libra
ries. U-Vatatogue will i be printed and distributed
in the City a few day before the sale; . v
: Te rms of sale. Cash or Bonds at 90 da vs. with
an approved 'surety, . who shall reside 'in Wake
utiumj oucu uonus ocanng .interest trom tqe
sale. ' - - ,
j WLL. H. HAYWOOD,' Jun. Trusteed
Raleigh; Oct. 20. - - r, 718 eots"
OXtrOUI) MALE ACADEMY:
fJlHE- Examination of this lnstitutiorirswiil be.
jl gin on Ajonaay, wovemDer ytn; and Close
with nhe emi annual Report on fWednesdav
morning. rWi 0;'iip- KC:-
All that feel interested, are respectfully Jnvit
ed to attend, i . 4 .' :' c-- .- i'v-:
Vi: ROBERT El GILtJAM,1 Sec'yvi
: Oxford Oct 9, 1829. ;" -v. . 15-4'; "
: fTr The Tarforotieh Press. Edenton Gazet v
& Norfolk -Hera Id. will publish the above three
weeks and forward their accounts as heretofore.
, M AN AGERS OFF1CK. ? r
f.- : . .. 'Jiichmondi October 14.? :'
The following are the Drawn numbers in the
New-York' Extra Lottery, 12th Chsa;
50 27. 44. 41. 13. 1 2.
19. 33. 50. i . S3 0.000 : -
27. 41. 44.
12. 13. 41.
'j : ' '
12. U3. 4t.
19. 24. 44.
2,500 ' "
12. 19. 33.
All sold at the Managers Office."
YATES & M1NTYRE.
MANAGE IIS OFFICE
1 , Richmond Octl 19,; 1 829. .
New-York Consolidated Extra 14.
To be Drawn Stlhjof Noveiriber.1 v
. 1 of & 15,000 is S15,000, :v
H side? 60, 50, &c.
Whole tickets $ 5Halves 2 50 rQuarters 1 . 25-'
A Package of 20 W hole (which is compelled
to draw $45) for $100. i : P I f ':p.'V;
, Direct yourordertO'-,;-.';i',v'iV,---?'-:'',--'---5
d YATES & M'lNTYRE,;Rtchmbrid.
Grand Consolidated Nor 17
Yates M:Intyre, Managers.
To be Drawn j2th-day of Nov. 1829.
50 number Lottery. - 9 drawn Baljdts -
1 Prize ' of gl6,000C is JS 16,000
6,000 v f6,000
100 , Mr;
5 : ';-T 500
10 - 300
Besides S70 60--
50-40 30 10- and 5,
Whole $5 Halves 2 50 Quarters tl 25
X' Package of 20whole for $!P0j4whichis
compelled to draw $45, .' and may draw any, of
wie apove laranajuapnajs. j : fscfi x -nr -j.
Send your orders to-Yates & f.lIntyre,- lan--
gers -who7 have distributed from their Office at
Richmond, w ithin the last 12 months, no less
than 4 Grand Capitals of $10,0002 of 6,000 r
2 of 5,000 1 of400 bf 2,000 V' with a great
number of 1,000, be; , iC'i'
Head Quarters. v I
I YATES & M'lNTYRE Bichmond:
"O Y virtue of a decree of the Cov; rt of JEquity
U for Granville coUny I shall otter for sale to
the highest bidder, in the town of Oxford, oh
Tuesday, the 3d day of November next; it being
thev2d day of the Count Court, the; following
Real Property, belongmto the, Estatof Rich
ard Taylor, dee'd. viz s f.r. .; A K:v '' ;
V A, Tract of Land containing.between 7 a nd - 8
hundi ed acres, (uncleared) it being a : part of the
tract on which the said Richard died situated
on t he w.'ters of Tar River, 7 miles south of Oxv
ford. Three hundrrd acres f this tract "is fiist
rate Tobacco land;" the,; remainder is free, pro
ductive, and j remarkably well timbered. "Bonds
with approved securities will be required," payable-
at one or twu years, each for $1,000...' For
the- residue", (should there'be any) f like- bonds
and securities, payable in 3, 4 and 5 years The
whole .-.of, said; bonds to bear interes after" the
expiration of tine year and the 4nterest' onthe
last three bonds to be paid as it . accrues. VThe
said tract, should it be found to suit the conre
nience of purchasers, will be sild in parcels'; In
which event like bonds and securities in the pro
portion brthe prices at which said parcels may
sety will perequired; , .j . -r
XX Tract of Land of.68ucrea in and adioininj?
die ", .Village of- vv illiarasborough, "at present oc
cupied by Bishop RavenscrofL ; This tract has
good improvements situated fna pleasant groVei
andconvenient to a first rale Spring. -It has a
sufficient number.of acres in Vood-lnd to keep
up a- continued supply "of fire-wood. . Bonds
With approved secunties payabla in.l, 2and ;
years, to" bear Interest' afu r . tl.e expirutioir of
uc iui jrct, Kin uc icijuiicu - . -
5 - " " - V , JNO. C, TAYLOn, Ct i'r. ,
ent.2lst,iS29.,r -'v -w- ' - -. 11 vs
;. The Raleigh Star and Newbern Spectator, wil
CHEAPER THAN E Er,
TO71LLTAMS & H AYWOOD are now recch
Vv froiNew.york'an 1 offer for s.ib,
100 Gollonbe.w::sV Sperm. Oil
i 200 ,lbs. Northern' Mou!l Cand!"
' ,300; Turpenti ne Scan -r,
200. best reilned Sa't Peti : '
150 . Poland Gtarch -
100 ',Black Pepper ' '
; 150 Jlace and -round Cin-er
tt ioo; .Allspice r. .
r uuz. nionerra London Porter
3 - .OldPort Win., '
: 2 Boxes. best, American -Mustardfor '
i ; by , tlie pound. m ,
Superior Spernu Cat.
20 Kegs hite Lead
500 lbs.p'utty , .
i 36doz. Wine Bottles -.
i 350 fbs. best American Glue : -
:500 " green Copperas 1 f
1000 v - chipped and stick Canper thy L"
' WOOd. " r " j
150 " Ground Fustic ' ' -
',150 ' Allum' 1 j
75 ; Dutch, Madder ground
. "25 -Spanish Ind?b -:
. 500 : Wilmington Rice .
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