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" lllL. School and othcrBooks, Stationery,' tc.'
"-ohir.h thr r.tTpr for sal to Countrv Merchants.
?' echers and others, -on 'the. most accommoda
.Scott's Family Bible. a new dition,v-5 vob. -
Tamitv lUMes.".4to. in various bindings ; doy doV,
Cvo.Un do." do. Pocket dc fine edition, inextra
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Looking Glass ' 5 ,C
New-York Readers, No.,
Jacob's Greek Header
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; DISRASES-pF TIIE UlflTED STATES,:
With their sytaptanas,' causes, cure and - means
, of prevention t comnioncas In Surgery the.
Vmari jelnent tr.d disease- cf Yfczzzn and Chil
.'jJren j . a ; Dispensatory,: for ' j rearing Family
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Scotl!s Life of Napoleon
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1 TYebsterfs Spelling B'ks
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' -4 New-York, do ..-do'
. Picket's do 'r do
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V Walker's . School
' rirstionary -f r,'
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,f '""; do- pocket ..
..and Atlas , -
WoOdb ridge's do -Goodrich'3'
Willett's -' do .
Willard's ' " do
anV books have . ,been. written. which,
though excellent in other ijespects, have greatly
failed of isefullness to Americans r. because they
treat of diseases which; existihginery'JlJTr?ti
clime" '-i and constitution, must widely differfrom
ours, - The book now offered to the public has,
thereforej the great advantage of having been
written, by a,native American, of long and sue
ressful practice in the; southern states, and who,
for years past; has turned much' of his attention
to the composition of it. t.V ' . . '
i ; To every family, more especially those in re
.motie situations,' the possestiqn of thii book must
tinauestionablv. be of incalculable value t for,
conducted by such a guide, it Will not' be pre
sumptuous to say ; that any' person oi toieraoie
capacity and reasonable attention, may b ena
bled .to pracctise with safety and advantage, , in
those cases of simple diseases most 'incident to
our climate. tJV" ', "-- ''- ',
JThU wort iVfer sale, by- " V
yrr AVE lately received a large r nd cztertsiva
J. assortment tfDnig and Medicins, consist,
ing, in part, ' of Sulphate Quinine; Gum Opiums
Derircotized do. Refined Camphor, Canthandes,
Cast.?: Oil, Vitr; -SEther, Elatariuro, Extracts' of
variouskinds. Solidified Copaiva, Oil1 of ZUok
Pepper, Iodine, London Blue Pill, Black O ;
Mercury, Citrated.Kali fox; making heutraTLiX:
ture, Comp'. vExtr. Sarsaparilla, Hydr.- Potass,
Sup, Carbi Sodx, Tart, Acid, Turkey Gum Ara
bic; Calc. Magnesia, Yellow Bark,' Calomel, Ja
lap; Uhubarb;. C Tartar SugarLead,J Spt. Ni
tre; Bals. Copaivr; Spt. Ammon, l'art- Antimo
ny, Sulph. Copper, Liquorice, Paste, 8tc. ' ,
AYgeneral assortment of Patent : Medicines,
Shop i Furniture; SurgeonsMnstruments, J Dye
Woods,' Hatters' Trimmings and. Materials, such
as' Aqua Fortis, . Quicksilvet, Logwood, Bow
Strings, Skins: Bindings and Bands? Buckles &
Brushes, very low. A large supply, of Paints &
Brushes of .every 'description, SpU Turpentine,
Linsee.l vf.amp and Tanners' pil,i Gold and Sil
ver leat Copal and Leather Varnish; buperor
quality, Window-Glass, S 10, 10 K 12; 12 H
16 and 16 X 18 and Putty. r v v, -1 ;
Their - assortment comprises ; every article in
the Apothecary's line ? tbe principal part of
which having lately been selected by themselves
in Philadelphia andNew-York with cash, they
ire enabled to sell to cash, dealers or punctual
customers on much better terms than Vever be
fore offered, in this market, , Physicians and
Merchants will find it to their intc rest to call and
examine before purchasing-elsewiiere. "
Raleigh, June 3, 1829. I ." M8Q
OLD MADEIRA WINE.
' "SijE have lately received, and offer . for. sale,
; ' the following Wines and Spirits, which we
can recommend to Families and others, as being
of the best qualities ; . ; - ) ."; - i - jr.
Old L. P; Madeira Wine . - v
oiciiy-, ..I.VUU . v
SvOld Port - V
; French Brandy
Jamaica Rum - , - 4;
K London Porter . ;V-
, Gunpowder' dbi v ' ' . -
; . , - WILLIAMS U HAYWOOD.
Oct.;21st 1829.. v 18
, TO THE AFFLICTED.
Vegetable Sirup and Ppiciler,
FOR DISEASES QFfTHE LUNGS.
THE Proprietor of this Medicine, after, repeat
ed trials of Its virtues, which have been at-
T t i A ' I tended with the most signal success, nowvoffers
do bottled in Oporto , f it to those .wn0 are afflicted with the .'wasting
qiseases wmcn n is aesignea io relieve, in iuii
confidence that it will be found efficacious, parf
ticularly if taken in the incipient stages of these
diseases. , - - - j. -j - 1 . t
Murray's Spelling B'ks.
U niversal 1 ' do v . ' , , do
Dilworth's do-; 1 .do ,
Union-do -:do "
' "do - large ' do
-'vTodd's Johnson's s i do ;
. Boyeri French 'do;.
4Nu gent's ;do y? ' .1 d o '.:
1 "Newman's Spanish do '
. Primary Dictionary . -
' . EnticVs Latin5 do - '
Ains worth's" Latin? Di(
Dictionary 1 v- '
Duck's Theclcricl Dic-
;. tionary-- . . '
Brown's Dictionary , of
the Bible ,; -sr
Chemical Dictionary yx
Hooper's Medical do' v
Pickering's Greek Lex-
- ,icon . -' . .. f, :
Schrevelius Lexicon ?
G rove's Grkl'Sc E nr do
; Vs . ; : c pianoneryy eye.
DRAWING PAPER; -,
Cap Drawing Paper
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Royal Drawing Paper.
S qper poyal doc do .
' Letter Paper;Fool's Cap
e- - Paper -" ;
" Folio Post & DemyPa-
; v : V . FANCY. PAPERS. - ; -r
Uorocco Paper V Gold Paper ; "'P . "
llarbled Paper.:. ';;'. 1 ; Fancy colored do ;
Medium and Royal ' Pa-
' per .- " . ,'
Super Royal and tIrope-
Reeves. Water; Colours,
f.idi Boxes' .' ';'".
wToy- Paipt Boxes y i
r : iWedgewood, Pewter,"-
Inkstands, ir. :
' Sandf Boxes : fc ' -'
vBIack Sand .
T.J'..' T,.kka. n1 Tntd
J Silrer' Pencil Case's '
; Gentlemen's -.Pocket."'-
V " v Books' I"' '
: Viaitinsr unw leases
Memorandum Hooks :
UUck & Red' Wafers -
Blick and Red Sealing
-' Wax- Vy v--Black'
and Red Ink., I
Black' and Redlnkpow--4er:'
Drawing-Pencils and :"
Blotting Papcr -
Quills . , '. ':J' ,
Slate and Slate Pencils
Wrapping and Sand Pa--r
per.' . -,;;-; ;
Day Books, Ledgers, r
Journals; - a- . "J 'f'
Cash . Books, .Receipt '
Books &o V-1 :
CT All orders in their line attended to, with:
AtlanticSbuveair for 1830;
rjlXllE (Atlantic Souvenir, for 1830, splendidly
'M bound in enibossed leather, with 'gilt leaves;
soul twelve highly finihed euravings on steel,
i-by the first ArtlsU. ,- .-".. v ' ;
' Just received and for, sale by : t , ... ... "
OF almost every ; description, may be always
had at the Bookstore, of J. Gales & . Sox,
printed on good paper and after the most ap
proved form s, viz : ' v
FOR CLERKS OF COURTS.
. Writs, Executions for Debt & Cost Execu
tions for cost only,- -
Jury Tickets, Witness Tickets, .
' Appeal & Bastanly Bonds,' .
' Subpoenas, Commission for taking DepoSi
p :tions:t . ' ;
- " 'Apprentice's Indentures and Bonds, ,
Administrator's & Constables Bonds, .
; Marriage Licences and Bonds,
--.Capias at Satisfaciendum,, "r
j Orders of Sale from a Justice, :
: 1 ' Recognizances and Bonds to prosecute,
Guardian: Bonds and notices to Guardians,
Fi. Fa's; against Bail, ' .
Process against Securities, &c. &c.
. - : : .v FOR SHERIFFS.
Deeds for Sales by Execution, '
. " 1 ' Do". .' - -"' do. ' , ' ' Taxes,
Bail Bonds, V v
K Forthcoming Bonds," ; v
Tax Receipts &c ';'.
' , FOR CONSTABLES.
. .v: Warrants, Ca. Sas.
;:' Executions &c &c -
' ' ' '-7 . -' i --"ALSO, . ' - . V.
4 ; Common Deeds, Mortgages, Powers , of At-
torney. Indictments, Deeds of Trust and
v Bank Checks.
' Raleigh Sep. 3. . , 4-
' Six-and-a-quariet Cents Reward
R ANA WAY from the Subscriber" on - Satur
day; the 18th inst. an apprentice boy, nam
ed Hix Jones, 17 ' years old last June, 'not very
tall, but Well set, with a bold countenance, fair
skin and somewhat freckled, with large white
eyis.'Vf His clothing is a black ; jeans Coat and
plain white Pantaloorwnd a "wool ,Hat Any
person ' bringing the said boy to me shall have
tne aDOve rewaro. V'
- '.i J" CHARLES SLAGLE.
Buncombe County, Oct.- 26V . 23 3w.
For two vears1 nast.i this Medicine " has .been
prepared in the form of a'Powder, it taken as an,
infusion, with the most happy Mccessi ; It is now
offered to the afflicted i in the form of a Sirup or
m Powder, as the Patient may prefer, under the
For enccira jin :the introduction of the
culture cr ins Grcvs virty into the unit
0 ed: States. , - ' v
IT Til. : ALPHONSE LOUB .T, haying; consid-
IViL" erably enlargr l hui yir.2yardf'"on; Long-
Island, six miles fro... , New-York, , on the road
to Fort Diamond,where' he now; .has, in full
cultivation, a-Vineyard of forty acres "of ground
containing a Mock r f 65,000 Grape Vines,- and
a Nursery of 72,000, Grape yine Roots, compris--ingfsixty-two
varieties, selected in'Earope, , be
tween o.and 50 N.iatitnde; and having also
the peculiar advantage' of being; enabledto pro
cure the best species faf Roots from his Father's
extensive.'Vineyards and Nurseries; inMhe i de
partmehm of Girohdei Lot; and . Garonne ;' 'in
iFrancet 45 N. 'Lat; . proposes to the; numerous
friends to the' cultivation of the Grape Vine in
the United States, a subscription. ,s : -, " ; : i ? ''
;f Mr: A L. will . engage, to furnish,' subscribers
with their Grape Vine Roots, .before, the Fr
of Jlpril next. - The RooW will be three .years
old. and will produce considerable fruity the sec
ohd year from the time' of theirs being planted.
They will be." carefully, classed and' packed,
which will greatly facilitate the thriving ,-of the
Roots,' when transplanted. ' V ' .
1 -Orders will be punctually ''attended t to i the
subscribers designating the quantity and spe
cies of thV Grape ;Vine Roots' they, wish 6 have
..They ! will engage to pay for iOCO roots or more;
at the rate of 1 2 cents for each root ; for less
'than 1000, at the rate ori5:cfehts "; rand 25 cents
per root for less than 50. Itooto pnly two years
old, shall be paid.for at the' rate of 9 cents each,
for IOO9 or mor,e f 12 '"cents for .less than 1000
and 18 cents for less than 50 roots. , ; "
w Payment to be made on delivery of the roots.
Letters not received unlets It OST-PJtJD.. .
M-. ji. ".Ixubat's Book on the Culture of the
Grape Vine, and on the Making, of Win e may
beound at the principal Booksellers of the U
nited States ';, and his Agents will furnish them,
gratis to subscribers.; ; , ', . . ,
. Mr. Loubat. has selected the following species
as the best ;" the choice of wtiich is left tp sub
scribers. . t - t 5
r Grapes; or for making Strong,
' . : WHITE?! -..-.V'
1.- Alicante, 2.;,Robin Eyes', with big clusters t
or, CEil de Tour, grosgrain, 3. Do. Meltingr:(or
fondant J 4.' Sweet Gutllant, 5. Muscat, 6. Dp.
Frontignan, 7. Muscadelle, from the river Lot,
8. Ma'voisie, 9r Tokay, 10.-Syrian;, 11. Constan
tia, 12. Malaga, 13. Meillers. ; s ..;',' - -'V
' '- - . : - j - - ,. RED, ' - ' 'V.":
14. Large Muscat, 15. Malvoisie, 16. Red. Foot,
(Pied Rouge,) it: Black Harobourg, 18; Con
stajitia. t.''s" - ? ; ''"
1 . -":!;V Fdr Wine. .: :
'.. 1 ...'.WHITE. v -'U'
19. Auivergriat, 20. Blanquette, ; '21i Douclhel
conviction, ; that either form will produce the le. 22. Plan de Dame. 23 Olivette- 24. Doifcette.
same happy result: Among ?ts 'most prominent 25i Plant de Reine, 26. Burgundy, 27.'Morillon;
quaimes me. luuowwg sniay up uieiiuoiieu, as en
titled to particular consideration.' . It promotes
thattrentle perspiration which is deemed healthy
and checks those sweats which are morbid and
pernicious. ,It. relieves chronic: affections -and
congestions of the longs by giving forcer: to the
languid circulation. It assuages coughs. It pro
motes free and bland expectoration. It removes
pain from f the chest.- It j - relieves asthmatic and
difficult respiration, J It Icorrects obstinate co
tiveness, and thus leaves the bowels in a reeulat
and healthy state. Thus, it is found, that these
painful symptoms which indicate diseased lungs,
readily yield to this powerfulremedy, when sea
son&piy resonea xo, ana fnat;
tient to that bodily vigour,
disorder the consatnption, if left to its natural
oneration. would verv SDeedilv destrovi 1
Certificate! respecting the Virtue of this Medi
cine will accompany each bottle. Price ;ot the
Syrup, $2 50 per bottle, or $24 a dozen, pf the
Powder $1 per bottle, or $9 a dozen.
r Fayetteville, Feb. 1829. 53-
x oO This. Medicine may be had at the Store of
J. lsAL.ES fcSON, Kaleighi 1
28. ladere. .29. Bourgelas, 30. Picardan, 31.
' :" , bed.;: -: . 'a
33. Claret, 34.. Auvernat35. Sti Jean,' 36.
Jacobin, 37t Meunier, 38. Pineau, 39.'Pritanierj
40.' Teinturier, 41. Bourgignon, 42. Bouteillant,
43. Sifisse, 44. St. Antoine, 5.. Garnet Noir. - ,
For the Tabte only? , . '
. . . white. i-: ,
" 46. Chasselas, (from Fontaihebleau,) 47. Do.
Golden, 48. Do. Cracking, 49.'. Do. Musk, 50.
Muscat Lezarde, 51. Do. Small Berries, 52, Do.
(d Alexandria.) 53; Do. from Jura.) 54. Sau
vignon. ' '
, red." y- : ' '
55. Chasselas, 56. Do Violet,' 57. Muscat,
Rouge, 58. Do. Violet, 59. Muscat Grey, 60.
Damas Violet, 61. Do. of Poquet. 62. Early Mag
delen. , "-; --: . .
, Subscriptions will be received by .
JOS. GALES & SON,
DYING & SCODBING.
isa, maui aukb v s, respecnuiiv in-
IfJB. forms the Public, ; that her DYING and
SCOURING ESTABLISHMENT is now incom
plete operation,, on Halifax Street,' 200 j-ards
north of the State-house, and that she is prepar
ed toexecute work in all. its various brandies.
She will dye Leg-homilats and Bonnets, 'Silk,
Sattin and Crape Dresiw Stockiners., Gloves,
articles of clothing for Gentlemen, &c &c. She
also dyes and presses Domestic Cloth.
Mrs, Andrews still continues to enrry on the
CONTAINING besides' the 'Astronomical Cal- j MiLIJNc.KYi BUSlNli.SS, at the ; same place;
culations, Essays on Agriculture, valuable I W,H do work in that line with neatness and
Aieaicai ana Axisueiianeous tteceipis. Anecao.es i V--Jh--W
'PR GALES' & SON have just received t .
V , ladelphik, the following new.-Puhl ?Jhl
; A ? Franklin County, N, C.
Tuition pr. Session $10, : ! x
1 : , Board - . ;do. 40. j '
fBlHESE terms-include every necessary! ex
Jl. rpense except Candles Books will be fur-
nisheicl at the Petersburg retail prices. :k Every
siuuenc win oe requireu to pnng who nira a pair
of Sheets, Counterpane and a pair ot Blankets.
The .exercises of this Institution will be renewed
on the first Monday in January, and the first ses
sion will close by a, public Examination on the
first Thursday and 'Friday in r June. ' The 2nd
session will commence on the following Monday'
and close without an - Examination, on the 2nd
Friday of November.'
- The system of studies is regulated bv the plan
of our University. r . The subscriber will devote
ills whole attention to the duties of bis School.
A ;. ',! " . '- ;. - C. A. HILL, A.'M.
. Dec l, 1829.' - . 33.5t
rTj -.The Raleieh Star; Halifax Minerva,' and
times,' and forward their accounts to the. sub
cnber.'. ' '-,.' "' - ' 'j- . . '" - !
Bale of Negroes & To vyn Proper ty
El XXUSHKXHf S
Front tspiece-Tbe', Wife, engraved by Du
'rrantL-from a picture by S. Fr B: ilorse.
, - The Village School, engraved. by Elliv frorot
m. picture by 'Ritcher ' ' . -i - -V; '' v 7 C
The Cottage, engMre4by;'Keajrneyi-froj:
" , picture' by WesialL " - . .; -;1 tv j ' .v, ! '
kite wipseying nny, .engraTeu,. oy uarana,
from a picture by.. Leslie. '. . i f '
- ne tnree sjisiera, . engragea - oy ionjacre,
frorri a pictnre.by-Sir Thomas Lawrence. .r;'
.The Cotta.T Door, engraved by CeUeyfrom'
. c picture by Gainsboiwigh;'';;. , v ' J
. Th$ Parti n Hour, 'engrave b Ellisr froo a
' picture by Corbould.-; ' - '
1 . The'Bandit, en graved by E His, f rorii a picture
; iy -Eastlake. - "i.', . ' ;A " , V -' :
'. r The Portraif, engraved by Hamilfon from a
y .picture by Boardenv ' ' " ' - . ..' J . 4
. ,The Fisher Boy, engraved by EHivfrom'a
' picture by Ihraan. .s - " : i r r.
KecoudiiauoH, cngravea oy in man ana.fHI-
TheTerople - of ..Egina. engraVed by--Kelly, ) jj rRcami'bf P6st
;;:frdropjctur by TorteiC ' ' H PAPElTerentqualiUes
iOiN the 8th f Januarv next will be sold at the
XV . Cot House doa; in Raleigh five valuable
and likely negro slaves the, property-of the late
Wm. Glendenning on a credit of six months, the
purchaser giving bond With approved security
-'On the first day of the County;Court of -Wake
in February next,. being the third; Monday ,ib
February will be sold on the premises also a
valuable-. Lot and f Improvements in Raleigh,: be
ing the same whereon theUte Wm. Glendeaing
residad. The; Lot- is eligibly situated; lies op
posite the State Bank near the Capitol square,
and lias on it many improvements; The sale is
made for closing a , trust treated in the will.vof
Vnrr Glehdening deceased, and will be on acre
dit of 6 and" 12 months,7 the purchaser giving
HENRY. POTTER, only
- , ' " -. surviving urr. o
I . 'f O ",Wm Glendenin j - . .
.v VdeccU by; ; .. V
PARKER RAND, Agent.
, Just received by
GAUGS Zc SON,
a list of the Members of the next Legislature
and ot the Umcers ot the Stat and General Go
vernment, V time of holding lh4 different Courts,
&t &c. -. -.-; ':
This Almanack may be had wholesale of . the
Publishers, -Raleigh t of Mr. Edward J. Hale,
Observer Office, Fayetteville, land of Mr. Salmon
m-m n - . if . mm
Raleigh, October 22.
20 ' ;
Stop the 'Swindler. 1
kN Tuesday morniner last, a man obtained a
Horse from my Stables, under pretence of
going afew miles into the country, .With which
be 'absconded. ' He is a. person about rivet: feet
Hall Bookseller Newbern ; ahd retail, of most ten inches high, light complexion, sbrbn hair
of the Storekeepers in the State.
Sept. 1829. v.-
DyiBg & Scouring" Establishment,
JV v L. WILLI A M S respectfully informs the
Ladies and Gentlemen or Raleigh and' its
vicinity, that he has commenced the above bu
siness in its various branches, at the House, next
door but one, below the Confectionary : Store of
MrJ Henry Hardie, on Fayetteville, Street. He
dyes Canton Crapes, Silks, Stuffs,: Straw,! Leg-
uorn ana u nip uonnets, wun a Deauurui gosson
than, . T aliao' Ta.1. fkn4 1 Tn v. Clirtmlit a I n
blue eves, jo, d has lost the two middle finrers
on his left hand ; he wore a blue cambiet cloak.
The horse was,, a dark brown, '.about 16 hands
high, -5 years old, and of -a shm make. One-
Hundred Dollars reward 'will be given for his
apprehension and confinement, so 'that.he may
be brought to punishment, and vthe recovery, of
the horse,, or twenty dollars for1 the horse alone
f ! !'. JAMES LINDSAY.
Charleston, Nov. 26. x' . 30 3t
STRAYED from the Subscriber, , on the! 5th
of J anuarv- last. , a Horse 'Mtlf.K. ahmir tti
ed pr dyed without injury to their borders ; 'also years of age, ; dark, color, compactly built, : and
Idjes Handkerchiefs, YHse Bt Shoes dyed'-to has the hair rubbed ofF his shoulders by the col.
any color. ' Cotton and Wool jYarhs dyed;!. lar. He was seen at one time, -between Mur-
Gentlemen's Apparel of every'description dy-- pheys Mills in Orange & Greaosbora in Guil-
ea,j scoured and pressed eiegahtly.. 1 he collara ford county, making for this" pi
of coats will not sustainany injury in the process
u uyintr or scourincr ana will ot put in a nana-
some shape. ('' ; .' , '. V
. All orders entrusted to himJ will be executed
with the utmost faithfulness and the greatest des-
. Raleigh Sept 2 1829. V! Y . ! -: . " ? 4-
lace.,;Ue has no
doubt been, taken up or he would - before" this
have reached Home. A reasonable reward will
he given'and all expences paid,' lor his delivery
to me in Raleigh. ... W . '-,'- -.
Raleigh j Nov. 10.
laaaocK's Reports, six volumei. in "
.1 Saunders on Pleading and Evidence i ,
Peters ReDorts. 2d voltimte V ? Vo!
Reports, 2d. volume
Story's Pleadings,' hew edition , r
Starkie'on Evidence, do. 3 vols ' - ' -.
Thomas's C ':e, on Littleton, (5 v.
r ;t;f Memoirs of liolivar.a ..' f ,
. , Lett era from the Egean . - ' " ' .': ' s"
y VBuckminster's Sermons, a new series 1 "
1 j ; Todds JcT.nson's Dictionary i ?r' ' '' ' '
'X'; ', Neale's Literary. Remain1: I-; , ;
s Last of the Plantaganets, 2; vols" . x
. r', Tf-'ts of Travel
. 1 Devereuxw
i - Richelieu
. Hungarian"" Tales ;.
; . Stibalteni' Log, Book
''School i)f Fashion ,
The Colleiriahs f ' ;
Tles of Military Life1
; The Protestant . t:
".ABftCof Gierstein -f
'Visits of Mercy-. j '.'"!"'",
. Travels of Life ; ! - !.N;
Shepherd's Calender ? v
.'"Tales of the Good V'oman S " , ! ,
.Apiciati'Jl!orsels .''';,"T ' '
,Irvingfs Columbus abriJged by lumsetf
'Virginia Housewife'' ' - w 1
Pastoi-s Sketch Book . . .
Dick's Future State" ' . " - s.
, Bfehat's Epitome ; J ; -.. ; '
: , Ewell's Medical Companion, (latest edition)
. ' ALSO,:'a, very general Assortment of School
Books and Stationery ,! '!"3t. - , . .
Oct. 7...?' -'.''"''-- ' ' "Vx' , r
; do -
, do ,
' do :
atches, Jcwellery Silver and
! Britannia ; Ware, f and ; Fancy1
vLG6odsk-';!'- "k. .V.i y:)' ': '
BiuNARD. DUPUY respectfully informs his
friend and the !s public ' generally that he
has received from Ne w-York and Philadelphia,
an extensive arid spleridid-.supply of Goods in
his line, of the" most approved and latest fashions.
In e addition to his former stocky he has also e.
Cttived and in future wjlll constantly keep qn hand
1 superior'asSortment ; of Perfumery and a great
Variety'of Fancy Articles; which altogether; form
the most desirable collection of Goods eyer of.
fered in this"market.' ! Persons desirous? of pro
curing any superior articles, are respectfully in
vited to call and examine for themselves,-as he
is very confident that the richness, neatness, and
cheapness of his assortment c-anhot fail to please.
, He returns his sincere thanks for the very li.
beral encour geroent he has hitherto' received,
andhopes that by his personal and punctual at
tention and devotion to business1, to merit still a
continuance of public patronage. :
N. B.' Clocks and Watches of all descriptions
most ca'Tefully repaired.; All kinds cf gold and
silvex Work manufactured at the shortest notice.
, : November 11. r j : - 'V,; 24 8tw .
Baltimore, TFasliinr.tori &v George
;: town 2few Line of Coaches.
Tlirotighfrdmfgiir cr ' half fo Jive hour s
"MTAStakei, up and committed to thfj Jatlf of
7 this connty, on tlrd 2d of Marc i last, a
negro man srtpposed'to be a Slave, who ' calls'
himself SATaIUEL WILKINS, and say.s that he
I knit aA . a ' " , . V." ' - M -f ' '
tr More New and Seasonable !
Tin v iciririTivit 5rv !
HAVE just received direct from New-Yorkii vLfv IV?r 1 aPPrentice to yVra.: Mo5ely, ,of
ah :addit;onal uriniv nfl' ' : - : ortolk, Va.and that he ranaway from .the said
v'Superfine Blue, lack &: Steel -mixed Clcths
' i J Sattmett, Camlet and Tarfan Plaids
, ' . lack Worsted GauzeBare'ge ', '
lilacs uiuze nanuaercnieii. ,',- v
Italian Cfapea and Lutestrings ,
50 ps.: Calicoes, well asscrte'd ; ; '
; ! OentI .men'i Seal and patent Leather Caps
kFancv' Printed fir vflta -V. - ?: f" - J-
. , Green Balzes'and Green and Red Flannels '
;i T 1. :' ' -' ""'..." : y v r . . - - ...... i'
-, i Daies urown ana Miieac:.a bEirtma-s
A general Assortment of Hardware; &c.
Mosely; "oeforchis term of annrenticeshi n had ex
pi i-ed. The said neirro has been inrth'racouritv
5 or 6 years, and has n&ssed dnrintr that ifime f as
a free man j he is about 24 "years of age 5 feet, t
or 5. inches hiarh. and coal black.
01 s-aia negro is requested to come for7.urd prove
property and pay thai. or;liev;U( be dealt
witn as tne law.direqts75 U "
i'r" ', -: , JAMES PAiiWIT
vinasor, Bertie countyrur 9,
, acvo.i nave : lor. sale, on Commission,' . a --v-a'vjli, -Oilf uiii,.
Fayetteville" Mould Candles all sizes, ; from VfnN-moderate terms, a. nt t Vannel -Double
FriakV Manufactory; ; ; f ; " v f : ' : H-V GIG arid, HARNESS. : 1 V f Verms, apply at
Vmieigh-Nov. 30, 1829-. c-,. ; ; 30V this QfRce. .'',? . , .iY
erne Court Ilenorts
ffOSEPH GALES h. CON, UTe just published
CV, XHO. 2 VOL II. of DsrssEnr'a ilpnhrtinftha
Decisions oftthe : Sunreme Court; It will h
airuTc'ea r1? uco subscribers are now in the
" 7 . Of all kinds, aic 'd'.'.v
rriotiug ia general Uone at - 'ehiirt jsotico
tajrtones,v.,V'r, X''-r- '- - V'i v -'..-'Vi " t v r'-V ' - '"'-Dec 1.'" " 1 - - -
AVjll leave 'LYFORO's FOUNTAIN INN, 'Lights
Street, on THURSDAY, 6th Instant, at' half past
8 o'clock; in the morning, for Washington, and
continue'5-to run. 'daily at, the same time, will
leave 'Barnard's :,. Maniion ' Hotel, Pe rin sy I van i a
Avenue (near ; the Presiyent's houe) for Balti
more... 'v . . . t. -; , 4
. ,'QlJ Bonks kept at, the abdve places,' and also
at the Stage Office, No,:2,rSouth-Calvert street,
ftrv.the reception of passengers' names.;- '
: (fjFare Two Dollars and Fifty Cents.' t " . .
'Bahimore, Nov. 3, '-!.. ''. .25. lm '''
, Hills liord'j Hern ale Seminary,
PTHIiE 'V inter'; Examin at: of the' Institution
. fi. :ended'5uthe, 8th instar.t.. The: next Sessi
on will commence on the '28iu January next.'
" , - 1st Class, ; ,o $15 f r Session. -
M: -;'';-2d.&-3d..V--';'v''12'50-.,-; - '
: 'j.. ' .10 pd -' v :
; -i Contingent "Expences ,50 ; . ' ;
:; Music $24 per Session.' - .'
-; ' Drawing & Painting 10 ' -
Needle Work, from 1 to 3. . v C -'Board,
includinsr .Wood, Washing, Candles, '
&cMrt the - roost respectable J'amilies, , for ?10
per rnf th." . ' ; , ' ' -
vvai. i-itKKjN, uperintenaanr.
''Dec.'l9C.',;'V''--'-.',-..y . ; -l ,
Q3rTh e Raleigh ; S t . r," Western Carolinian,
Freelhan's -Echo,' Halifax Minerva, and Fayette-4
ville Observer, will r'-bii&h .e above 4 times,
and forward tlieirccount to J. P.' Sneed,' Eq.
Trea-urer.of theHillsboro' Temale Seminary. ,
Sdutliern FeinaUi, Classical Se
ji minary; -
TV a R. 8c MRS' mLLISTER have removea
11 it thei Seminary for Young Ladies to Ox-
.. - ml a. ' - ' ' ' .." ' , at.
ford, N? C apd have engaged the assistance ft!
Miss" E. -' UvHrpnxxs; in the department of Mo'
sic;- yjf the qualifications of . Miss Hum phrevs
tlje ptiBiic need, no better proof than the. high
rftriiitdtion which shv has maintained during the
t wo lasi 7 ears ss t c.but: i ui iuusn. ii ."-'-- ,'
abd the"'factthat previous to her coming to thi .
plnce she wfr's the principal Tt,c) tr of Mus.c i
the celebrated aipravii4n cnooi;ai ici-'-"-.
Pennsylvania.);;' 'y.'-,y7';- "V .
X .This Seminar)', ."which has "been in operation
iri Mecklc burg, Va; for two years past, has re- .
ceived unequivocal proofs of the appro jAii or
an enfr Mened .public The ' plms - cmploea
for promoting , habits of dU ?ence and .covre .
deportment? re, for tr rr.Uv part original, ano
very powerful in their inat ..ce.
K The nest'Session v. i'l commence on Monwy
the'llth'cf Januaiv next. Z For lurtner -p""
Tars, nqu'.iies mav bu sclJ.'cssed
Holllster, Oxford, N. Ci' ;; .
:.n 2c. ic:x - '
to Ztev. fc
35 5 , 1".
i ; ' ed. By a f
Lectures on t.
j- the Senior
' cf i History,
H price $1" 00
mr. o -
tir.ncr Virjr.b, price cent
, l-t..h t 3r-.t3;.deIiTered
'litical c:..k. vilham -nu
Then: 13 1.. Djws,
X'i!i;-; ;.-y; i..: fcv v-v: . a '