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7 JoUvminf-poect in4 'Under Tines are from the pen
. tf Dr. PeacT, B'ftop rf Drimor Thielajjicat
y v tmu nsu itivtns a given m fvgii
O NANCY, wilt thou go with me, r
Nor figh to leave the flaunting town :
Can filent elcnj have charms for theep; 1
Tbe lowly tot and ruflet gown I
No longer dreft in filken (heeo, , '
No longer deck'd with jewels rare,
Say, can'ft thou quit each courtly fcene,
uci c iiiou wci i laircii oi me lair ;
-V- O Nancy 1 when thou'rt far awyvs.-.?
w at tnou not cait a wim oenindl
T' Say rcah'ftlKoa face theparchirig ray,
r -NoJhrink before the wjntry windi-"
O can that foft and gentle mien
Extreme of hardfhip learn to dot,"7'"''
Nor, fad, regret each courtly fcene. V
i 1 .1..... ... r.: n .-
hci v iuuu wci i taircu oi DC ia!rfc
i P Nancy ! can'ft thou love (b true,
-Th row el; j?r ri Isiwrwirh BtgTo"g8T
Or when thy (wain mifliap (hall rue.
To (hare with hiin. the pang of woe f
Say, (hbuld difeafe or pain befal, .
Wilt thou aflume the nurle's care,
Norwlflifurrtliofe'gay fcenes recal -
Where thou wert faireft of the fair!
And when at4a(l tbv4ove Aall ji;
. . . . : : - --.:
- Wilt thou receive nit parting breath .
, , Wilt thou reprefs each ttruggling figh,
And cheer iwith fmilea the- bed ef death I
7 Arid wilt thou o'er hia breathlefs clay ,
Strew Bow'ri, and drop the tender tear t
Mor tnen regret thole icenes Id gay,
Where thou wert fairett of the fair,-'-,
EPITAPH, in a church.varl
READER, I've left your world, in which
1 had a world to do, ;
Sweating and fretting to get rich
- Juft fuch a fool aa you. i" -..:.:...,. .
' :- IF, I.WA'S HE. .
. Ah ! what if yon waa Why I would do fo and
lb. - No, fir, under the fame circumdancet, you
would do jull like him.l or wore. ; '
" If I waa a minifter," fay a well meaning pa.
Timioner; and had as little to do at mbfl mioTfters
have, I would (lady my fermona better, J would not
come Into the pulpit without a fermon, and have to
make one as I go along j nor would I preach cue of
Blair's.'. . . . .
"If I Was a lawver.r fav rnrm tk r rt....u
aot have the face f o a Ik three dollars far word 0f
. Joo Acrel more or lefs Ctuate hear theWacea
maw lake, adjoining lands ef Jamea Du Pre, fbp-
yviou w us i no property OI ocycrcurisiun
2oo Acres on the White Marfti, adjoining Bald-'
win't aiid Hanlon Lewis' lands, fu pooled to be the
. 400 Acres on the north fideof the Waccamaw
lake between George Gibb's and William Wilkin
fon's lands, fnppofed to be the property of Vale,
.. 500 Acres pa the White Marfh, adjoining Deme
ry's land, fuppofed to be the Property of W aids and
Jta uuiiiyiiuva va aiiv t hvih s vug)
known by the name of the Great Survey, the pro
pcriy 01 .iicxanucr otnaw, or juiip imu.
640 Acres more or lefs on Slade Swamp, adjoin
ing Swindall's lands, fupftofed to be the propertjr of
6-a Acre on both fides
-SwamDadioiaihiz William M'
lands, foppofed to be the pro
Lenard: known bv the name oi
' f Arm An WWf'- Marlll tiltnlninir Vi
lands of John Baldwin and Thomas Saunders, fup
pofed to be the property of Thomas Hardwick. "
640 Acres oa Lyon Swamp, lately entered by John
Hog, but (aid to be jatented by pavid Rofa "of
0"-""-1. - : .
3 20 Acres on the north eafl fide of the North weft
fo much thereof as may be necf flary to pay the faid
taxes with contingent charges. . - . . ;
- 1 he fale will commence vn the 3d day of Odrober
next, and will continue iromdayto day until tht
bufinefs isclofed. TRAVJiRS HARVEY.
BMewmiyr Jahi8 8
North-Carolina? Wilmington difinti, Maj term. 1 706
Tt THEREAS at the term a(drefid in the above
F caule. it Was ordered, that it Ihould be nuK.
lifhed in the Fayetleville gazette, three weeks fuc 7
ceflively, that the examination of complainant'!
witnelles would take place before the Mailer of faid
Court, at his office in Wilmington, at the expiratl- 1
on of fixty days from the day of the lad publication.
- Therefore the above-named John Holland; the
dcreridant Tir thefaid canfejs hereby notified, and in- -
ot the Brown MarOi I tocnied. tnat 1 mall Droceed to examine comt iin.
Neil's & lofiab Lewis' J ant'a witnefles, at my office at Wilmineton. on tha . :
perty of Panfli and f tweory-thiroTday of September next, when and
Rice's land. I where he may attend if he (hould think nrnmr
I 103 . icji. onni. n.
JOCELYN, C.&M. E.
Letters remaining in the Poft-oBce Fayette
vine, June 30;
- Tiuiam xicKion, uaoriei Uebrutz,
eamhWacmaw-4akeV-adjoining- -ThomarDuedward EveredgefAlexander Ferfea
's and Rhodes' lands, (aid to be the property fon 3 j John Forefyth. John Graham, Thomas Gor.
;Sloai. . . y , don, Archibald Gellies, Philemon Hodgt a, Joel
advice. . But fupbofe,fir, yoo had foent five bun
dred. pounds in qualifying yourfclf to give that ad-
J!lce ' k ' ' ' 'i-, . -1
" If I was Mr7 fuch ahe, I would not be plagued
- with lawluits aa be is. I am fure he might avoid it.
" Meighboor iuch a one has a farm he owns a
-rrg ttoclc ot cattle f-but he lives wretchedly in
liishobfe. His wi(e is a drozzle, his floors are an
Inch thick with dirt hia tables and chairs are co
ered with greafe',, . If 1 was he, 1 would put things
in better ordeV-r I'd know the reafon why." - -
ian, piror man, wait, tin you nave a Hut for a
houle keeper, and then you'd change your tone
" " t was fuch a one," fays a young man, I would
not marry fucb a lady, for depend on k (he willbe
a Xantippe. If I was he, 1 ait) fure I could not
love her. .: ' v.-r:---:.r::,.; ;.r,--
. ' If I was a married man, fays, an old bachelor.
- wouia govern my cnuoren, or I'd know the rea
fers his children to do all manner of mifchief, fad
if a word of reproof is uttered, the little fellows
uii in ins iacc. oacneiors cnuoren are always
pofed to have been the oroDenr of Thomas Hender.
6iO Acre on rh nnrth (?1i nf ih NnrK mi
river, adioinimr Hezekiab Davis' land, the nrnnrr
tv of hiarlUnr Samnvl A(hr ' - - .-.-
Mver, adjolnW sen. Thomas Brown's land, the
Iiuucii- oi me lame . - 1
040 Acres on Lake Creek.the property ot the fame
I CO. Acre an hnrh (irW nf Hammnnd'i rrV 1
t'oining the lands of Daniel Schaw and Angus Schaw
lelonoinir to the hira aF Ales.' Ho(lar.
100 Acres -on the well fide of the White Marfh,
on (un'iDer Bav branch.' the brobertv of the lat
- ........ jW1.lmuij,.uvv. E , ,
100 Acres lying on the flat branch and Sole's
Swamp,foppofed to be the property of Raw ley Mills.
: 'wu nan on ooie s owauip, auioimng' r.awarQ
w uion a una. luoDoied to tie tne nroDertv ot Mark
Ronalds. "... - ..
206 Acres adiolnlnv the Great Siirvev knnwn Kv
the name of Cunningham's Old-field, fuppofed to be
till nVAnjrW R.ni.Man 41. '
300 Acres on: Hay'i branch, adjoining Hay's and
wirs a tanas, mppoiea tooe tne propertv ot Keu
ben Stevens. ' ' " - - .
S20 Acres on the Waccsiiuw lake, formerly the
cuucncc ot mrs. jviorrnon, tuppoied to be the pro
lny 01 ucorgeoiUDS
- What a nitVthat nceWwHirW 5 G UA '),!
iir. 1, wno is 10 wnc and benevolent, cannot turn
mu;i uuwini oooy a vices ana
follies -i-then change from every body into 1 anain,
nitrM I'm n J fli:.. ' '
T " ?V..J-. v tt 4 T iWV "IIU IU1IK79. .
ADVK RTISF. TVf F. NT
T ANDS fituated in Bladen county in the State of
-ai North-Carolina, whereof nd liftiKwere given
In by the proprietors for the year 1 79J, and where
on the taxes of that year remain due and unpaid j
advertifed by the fherilF of the faid county, agree,
able to the direaions 6f an adt of the General AC
fembly of faid (late, caned at Ralelorh in th tnrh
Wl of- Americanr indfi-ndinr r' fntttA". U -. a
Acl tha more efFecluaily tS ferare the payment of
the tax on lands, and to prefcribe the duty of the
county courts in certain Cafes." i- That is to fay
9ooftcre more-or wis iituate-onthe touthwe(lr
Tide of the White Marfli adjoining lands Of Thomas
Seflions and Fowkes, fuppoled to be Elizabeth Rich-
ard'a. . : -r-, j'. .: , ; '1. 'ix;'
Brown Marfh Swamp, formerly the refidence of Ma-
40 crea cn the Waccamaw lake, whereon John
Turner. nVc. fnirmrlv llvl klAnnin .A i..l.A
of the faid deceafed.
loo Acres Jying on the lake-Patbr oa Poplar
-iiui, aujuiiuiig j. oiiiiiou a iauu, mppoiea to De
the property of fohn Smith. ' - 7- - --LJ
400 Acres oil Jockey Swamp, adjoining J, Smith's
land,t faid to be the property of HenryJl oomer of
Wilmington. ' . -
.100 Acres lying on the White Marlh, adjdininc,
: - -"-.wi.f.i vv T iiiiniii uiam,
3000 Acres on the-Great Swamp, entered by
TTiuiam nenry or Virginia. ' :;
1000 Acrea on Colly Swamp, adjoining J. c.
Scull's land, entered in the1 name of Alexander
330 Acres on the White Mirth Kirvn ,h. 1nJ.
w inenev. lames i ate, dec. and Mm'j land, the
pronenv 01 tvonert Morf irsc r.r-.: ;
320 Acres on Snlr' Knimn' .Jinm!.. 1.U
nooffes landnthe nranrrrv nf rh lota Tm I '
eceatedT " --..tSTO
320 'crea on ithe faith Weft fide of the North
Weft river, between th la
and Tames Pembertnn. th nmnarrv r n r
,j : y i-ivpi.iwt .Li.it.Jiau U J-,
Spaight. . ' - f ,v-. , -
340 Acres on the north "(1 fidetf the North Weil
River. adioininit.Lock'A and nanV. t. unjD
the property ol Peter Carpenter orWiltriington.
.1800 Acres on Slap-afs Swamp, the property of
Bentimin Smith . .fft.i.C.f.L '
J VI AJ1UIIHVIWR
. . . ..
640 Acres on the North w,lt Bii." .
Porter's neck land, and Mrnaurtur'a la'n4 tu;?
by the name of Gillies' land, fuppofed to be the pro
perty of the hon. James Gillefpie, . : , ,. ,
ICO Acres on CrawlevL Stlimn ri;t;n r.. '
ier's lands.. ,44 ?
vaoi17f Acrei of land vUen in Kv Rlfl,l,.
. , - - - .
mj'CKgCTM tor jonn ur. ciounc
errs more or lefs, whereotr Jamea Fleming
.MAtlC In nilffnMnA VfliA lt.!j ! I .
. . 1 v" ' ncreoT
mini k llu IhltritF VU r.U II . '
j,-.-.. ...v.iw yi hid kiu kuuuijr, 10 an wnom
it may concern, that they coifle forward within fix
ty days froni thepublication of this advertifement;
and pay him thetsxesbyrthm refpeftivelv due. and
WmCoIvil Wtf'H' fr Jhe ra5d rrt
VrM-NeirovMa-ffie;."-1: . Hintdefanltofwhiclrhe Will at the expiration of the
a to Acres adioinin? tht fancrtha oronerrV f th.' ? . teT?.' ?. tbe rt-boofe of laid county, fell
fame - . : " 1 ! I ,ucn ot tne jaid lands as then remain unpaid for, or
OU T. Armllrone 2 ? . Ala JJeebe, John Blacky
-Malcolm Blue. VVllliam Cnnt, CaI r.-i-
. www.,- waa vvumiauu-
n.LJ lf"f L?niCounty, ChalJCempb
Cook. Malcolm Camnhll liifiii rr..n . m:.. -
... I "rj"iiiivinij 1 mi0
CarroIlWilliam Carroll, Charles Carroll 3 ; Joh
Dickloo, Col. William Dickfon, Gabriel Debrutz.
Hammond, the care ot Robert DnoUin' kc .
James Holmes, William Howard, Ifaac Hawley.
William Jones, Archibald johndon, William John. '
ilon, VVUliiai Jacklpn, Captairi Kerr, of Yorkville, "
W illiam Leach, John Langton, John MLeod, of
Moore County, care ofNorman M'Leod, of Camp "
belton, Hector M'Allefter, Elq. John M'lntyre,"
care of Colonel ArmltrdflgDnnta-M'Swein,
Laucblin M'Kay Archd. M'Phadyn Dyfter, Dun
can M'Innes, Malcolm M'K ay, a r Gilbert M'ln
tyre, Archibald MNeil, boufe carpenter, Archibald
M'Neil, E care of Mr.M'Auflao, John M'Kay, 2j
James Millar, James MorrifonTs j Peter M'Keller,
Thomas M'Kay, John M'Connefi, Samuel M'Cune,
Fred. Millar. Neil M'Galnin.- nAnuM Mcn. u -
"iufannah M'lntyre, Neil MKayr Peter Nicholfon,
",c m iicaanaer wiver, jonn ieedlinm, care of
-MrPerryroU-Thoma Qvenotir-Samoel -rVr
fous, Tofiab Pricket, Tefle Potts, a i Tohti rt.,!nn.
alJv-Robinfon.-William Rnlan z-i-t 1vn c-r.i.
John Simfon, 2 1 David Sbeppard, 31 iebadian '
Staiert, Katharine Smith, Gu-don F; Saltonnall,
uonald Mewart, care of John Kennedy Patrick
'haw. Tames Soroul. hnnalH Smith limn Kr.;i!.
William' Trapnall, Alexander Torrarice, Angua '
Wilkinfon, Neil Wilkinfbn, George Walker, black- -
iiuiiu, qucri y uuamion, rsatnan toung.
JOHN SIBLEY, P. M.
To the OFFTPFRS nA SOT niPDC
- -1 -SftVaMV. SU1M WV4iAUaAVU
v V America dutTno the war wTtKTTrMt ttrWTi. "
the Subfciiber btfers hn fervirea Snrh m, thik -
proper to communicate with, orcall opon him, may - -
.uuicu ins oeii exertions mall be made to be
come ufeful to them, and on nioderate terms. He
has already received many applications from this
usei vt daft iof citizens.and therefore has refolved
to devote a part of his time to their benefit
His OFFICE is oorned at Warrentnn (w tlw nhr.
pofe, where diligent attention will be given to all
perfona applying. s WILL. FALKENER.
tomiUIMt, AKD TOC MAT BS S '. VED
WITH GOOD "EFFECT.
1 . ' ,
0N the premifes, on Monday the 15th of Aliguft
-next. TOO acres of Land nnhnrhfirt.. f ni.
Ireck:- a nronirrif the nAvernAr'a rV ! t -
county, taken by diftrels for the taxes of the year
i79J,the property of Melton, on New River.
in Onflow county.. ALLEN M'LENNON. D. S.
; 55F.R A RTT A KT RTATPOt : .
INFORMS the public and his friends in the coun.
try in particular, tnat he mil continues to enter
tain gentlemen travellers in Green ftreet, footb of
the State-Houfe. where is irnnd naMin rr i,..r..-
Every attention will be paid to thofe who favour
him with Their rnniiMiiLP- (l '..f..nf.. it-
thanks his former cuftomers, and hopes they will
11 i-iiii on mm. rayeitevtue, mn itb. 1ah. tA
TfTEimr DOLLARS REWARD.
UN away from the (iiblcriber,. living on the
Yadkin river: near the Ralii MAiivit.;n
hi , in iiuiv- .
an count v. on the fl Ufl i;lim
lellow. of -a VCllow comnlniAitTi
to be a mulatto, earned WILL; aboat 24 or 3; yrara
ana apoui nve i.eet leven or eic bt . inchea -
high. Well let. (traicrht limh. Featiti-e.1 i:t,
w - 1 fc -"""-f ...w.m .iiiiui, finv
a white mart, has fmall hands and feet, plays an the
bsknjo, and nSakea a tolefabl? good- (hoe-carried
off cldthes of different kinds -Whoever will take'
JP falder the -
above reward or ten dollarsTof fecuring him in
f 7 ja!'fo that be may be had again,.andreafona--Wc
charges. 17 4 ANIIIONY PEELE.