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We are ail tamiiiarlv acquainted with lb
history af these Indian wars-M( the gallant
bat anformnate St. Clair--and of th cbit-
' aught I know, is the first Indian ccoriq(of
. if ft Is cofreetVimi I natge abundant fcaslpn
1 to think it la, it must go at least to diminish
-4 our eensare of St. Clair, if it does not jde---tract
from thecredit4pf:Wayc. . St.rOaii
1 f- suffered himself to be surprised by the In
dians in their own territory, 'fault which
Washingtoo thought admittedof noeicuse,
- numbers. But when e take into conside.
, ration his ignorance of Indian" warfare, and
inarne naa to ; ogni incus Uiiw
wHds we hint, acknowledge the disparity
- was hot very great, : By theif oWn stewing,
likewise their armyt consirtid of neariy - a
1QC0 men, and such wen m are not easily
' conquered by any force, for their motto was
" we conquer or die." Asri naa now oeen
with in Indians seventeen years ; he had
long sine ideniifiedvhimseliwith; them,
spoke their language perfectly, and bad l
most forgotten his own and had adopted
s their; dress and-alt their modes of life, His
; ioht mn i fixed in ocuHtr BianO"for
i the purpose of wearing jeweltl- 1 The ege
of the ear, about athird of en tf eep
' cut off, - except 1 where, he eat join the
Z headJ This rimi hangs cto wh on the face,
end serves is kind of toopTbe parting
gristle of, theihose is perforated ; there is;
likewise, a hole In his left ear. I oiade
some enquiries Wto.bU painting -: He said
he painted, and wore about a hundred dol
lars worthof silver in ornaments, when h
fished the ladies; In his nose he wore
three Silver :wsses and seven fcalf moons,
i Valued from five to six dollars each.' And
as he proceeded to describe his decorations
! for these excursions, of gallantry, and the
! reception bemet with," I? could not but re?
1 flee upon the. ffiVct. which, ornament has
with the FAta in all ages, and among all
'Oat6ns; I !
" After peace," tie proceeded,?' I told the
Indians I wished to go toUjb-e white rsettlf
ments and see If any of my familjwere
r living. They at firStadobjectionSr bur
finally consented, and 'la full dress, with a
good horsey a good gun, and a. good hunting
4og, I started lor Port PitNp Afterjtravel
ling alone fourteen days in tne wilderness;
I arrived at my place of destination.! . I
there found a brother, and learned that my
! father was still living in Kentucky.-1 After
staying sometime at Fori Pitt, I was ia-
I pl ed by a gentleman as a guide tfugh
w -druess to Detroit. When we arrived
in the neighborhood of Oetroit I told roy
' employer 4ie might go on, and that I would
spend the winter among the Indians with
tny ife, for J had taker a wife before I
len theft He called for me in the spring!
and we returned to Fort Pitt together. I
-lrrKI home ad proceeded dowii
the. Ohio river, ( in a boatWith the intehr
tion o, visttiting my father, iarrived aji
his house in the night calfed him up, and
requested entertainment for the night. He
said he denied such a request to no man
however he might be, but evidently was not
much 1 pleased with my appearance," for I
tvas still in my Indian dress, and could
speak but: m fejw rords of English. He
paid me but little attention give a servant
some orders abiut ' my lodging,1 and was
about retiring to bed, when I drew htm Into
a conversation by tasking some qaestior
about htf family. I asked hjm . if Jie had
not a son George (many years before) taken
by' the Indians I1 1 He replied that he had,
that he had learned that he was in St. Claii'S
defeat, and thai he yis kiUeti. .f; I assured
htm that the report was incorrect and that
1 knew sbmething of bis son. He asked
svith eagerness where be was. 'I replied he
. now stands before you." He looked at'me
vrtth searching scroti ny for a few moments,
and commenced pacing the room, v He
.wa Iked up and down the room for two hours
before be ottered another sy llable. Would
you know ypuf brother rfl enry said be fat
last, if you should, see bin?' I told him
no, for he waija mere infant when I went
away. ; tie tnougni a tnouta, ana enough
late in the night, rode - several .miles 1 to
:In this part of the narration I
that AsbU ;eyei grew oioIst .nd t,hat his
Wtfice i was husky. He rose to depan, butby
some entreaty r nr was inaacea ta return
enit xoTilinne bis tale?-' i4V--VW4.i'
;vly father, said r. bad become wealthy
possessing negroes an fi Ihbres it
abundance: but py mother. was: dead and
mv father bad marned a second wife, who
was mot backward in letun? me know that
tDatxwaa no place tor me. v I started again
tutu piM,iicu 7 pv-wnere my
nwise now aiaouson-tav oan& oi me unto,
?&l&f:?&l: f&m -lemn .roinB to .11, who lndnl
tucky. After hunting for some time. I de
-fe mined ; to make another visit 'to m v red
brethren, and a friend gaveme a horse tp
iidec I foond tbem preparing a deputation
for their real
lauicr me cresiuenr. ' ana
do bot that I shoqld cake
one of the party.
L vWith a nntnhr nf 'rhif
" set oot tor rn iaaeiphta, and after visiting
C1 the President and all the treat oeonfe ther.
" ' f .KB j f "T, sji , i 7
' and by themt no doubt, thought a very good
" InjianI returned io my old cacap where I
' no? live. As a compensation for my-. ser
vice: in thisimiasion, the Indians 'granted"
me a tract oh land opposite the mouth or
V ti e rientucKy, four miles in length on the
. uver ana one mile Back; i When tbe terri
; tory wasreeded 6 the United States,' th
. twBiuuncgiecwa to reserve my grant.; : 1
nfiiyated some paru nf -oiy land,, andu
' y f Pn mfe ihart the goternintni price.
II was i.ffrred for safcand I petitioned Con.
, wress towcare to c:rfrhatw8jidfaticiy
mi f i .!.J ika ranimCt. hill
own. l ney MnieM"w. ;
permitted me to pnrcbase s,r inuchvas J
could at the government pf cff. I bad conr
io cashes lnl tny doca.ajnwas reduced. to
about two bondred acres? ; On thi jpiave
livedever fincep icfd hiscompletes .the
SAiH is abooMix feet in height, of light
complexion wi;ha fine bluo eye, and in
the days of his prime,might have exhibited4
all the symmetry and fine proportions of a
weTntnade" Indian.;" He evidently has felt
and still cherishes a strong prejudice in fa
vour of the Indian character and manners.
Till within the last fifteen years he gener
ally wore his Jewels and Indian ornaments.
Tbrs perhaps contributed to produce the
prejudice and suspicidhs whicK h existed
against Wni durinf thq late war; and before
that time. Suspicions were eniertaineo
that he was iti soWe way concerned with
the indiahsn the massacre : of the Pigeon
Roost. About that time a woman passed
thronph the settlement who had been scalp-
ed t and rebort said; that Ash, in his Indian
flavs. had done the deed, His oeiEhbors,
hnwvr. informed me: that those prejudi
has long snpported a fair character, s; i
mmW nftfa Methodist church and con
A0r0A lhnf christian. Ifthe reader of
this narrative finds as much satisfaction In
the perusal as I did in hearing it, I shall be
amp Iv compensateo tor my iruuuie.
. .. Oct. 1829. K TRANora is the West.
' StJ Lotjis, (Alilsrfwi Nov. 30 .
Return of the Santa Fe CaravanAc
counts from the west, represent inai a ae-
tatchment of Mai. RiWVj command had
arrived on the frontier, and reported that
the Fall Caravan was on the'return, havinp
made a successful " adventure. They' say
that 3 ah escort of two hundred mounted
Mexicans attended the Caravan from Santa
Fe to tbetjArkanssas' river, and. was the
means of saving it, having sustained and re-
jpu?8ed repeated attacks from the Caman-
ches. kg the crurse of. which seven or eieht
Mexicans were killed. From the Arkan
sas, at which place Maj. Riley was waiting,
the Mexicnn escprt ; Which was a volunteer
one mounted, returned to their own country.
Major Riley,1 who, it will he recollected,
was detached by order of the President last
spring, j with four companies of the United,
States troops to protect the Spring Caravan j
ijolng out, as far as onr limits could permit
htm. to go, and to wait for the returning or
Fall Caravan!, had spent the summer at
Chouteau's Island, so called from the signal
repulse of eight hondred Pawnees by, one
of the Mr. Cheuteaus, with 20 odd men,
some years ago. ' . ": ?"-
It is reported that several of his men
were killed by the Pawners during the stiro
mer, and his horse, moles and Work oxen
all stolen by them ; and that he is now on
the return, in company . with the Caravan,
the detachment sent In having come for
supplies and transportation. Such are the
reports which come to us at third or fourth
hand, but! which have the appearance of
being substantially correct. It is believed
that without the aid of the escort granted
by President, Jackson, and the .volunteer
Mexicans,! the Caravan. would have suffered
severely from robbery and murder, and
that thi? inland branch of trade, so essential
to the West from the returns of gold and
silver which it affords, must have been bro
ken up. President Jackson saved it this
year, by doing all that he couldgranting
an escort of infantry, -let congress at the
ensuing session perform its part, by grant
ing an appropriation for mounting and pro
perly equipping that fscprf. . .:f
Awful Dkath.- Oh Monday morning,
as two ladies were distributing Tracts,l in)
the upper part of Main street, they came to
the house of Mrs.; Monks. The front door
was shut, and no, one invited them to come
in. A DtacK man surname near, airected
them to another door, which they entered.
out an wavsitenr. i ney were aoout to
leave the hbuse when they noticed that thi
r.himnpv niece had reeentlv bfpn fnn hr
and on looking to the hearth, they noticed
the appearance, and a few remains of a hu
man being. Un closer inspection, thev
were found to be the ashes of Mrs. Monks.
Heir body had been almost complete! v con
sumedj by fire. ; A foot afid a part of. an
arm 1 were the principal remains that Iden
tified her ashes, and marked the spot where
she was f burned,' lniost probably a hying
sacrifice" to intoxication. She bad lived
alone, for several ' months past kept a little
grocery ; in which Jhe principal article was
whiskey,' and lof some time, i had been In
habits of intemperance. VV hether she fell
lupon the hearth, in a state of inebrietv. or
ti :k A.a . o..;
in the use or ardent spirits. 4The ctrcum
stance of her being so entirely consumed,
can be accounted tor, only bv tier system
become highly. inflammable by tbei
excessive use of alcohol. uminory.
i The enterprise of our countrymen is ever
on the 5? vive. - A yesse! is already a dyer
tised n the Boston; papers for ,Constapti
nople. iTheemark of a Dessalines, !the
black chief, tha if a bag of coffee were
hung upj in a place vhich shall be name
less, an American? would go after it, was
founded on correct observation of the char
vder of our traders, & aUbough ottered as a
sarcasra, exhibits in the strongest tight thtrr
activity and enterprise. Sar. Georgian. I
Li i I ' i. j. .i"
Thb , Cap 1 Sheaf. There is a family
living in this town, and .only". abbot threV
irjues trompur.ocicfc. that can dine in three
iiilei without irtfdfiog thrc rodi. to t
two of its vomers in Massachusetts, one in
New Ybrkj-and one in yermont. r? -
iSBIffBTOV, inn ucc: ltSJ
the'. President's essac
which has f
nea tne longest aod most :-
discussion among the mem-:
berS .nt both
ses. isthe passage In rela-
"on to the
ited States Bank A' thou
and surmisesare abroad on the subject,'s
toj what fwiU bltne action of the Committee
of. VVays and ifeatis, as well as that'tif Con
ment of the' mm mittees, several member
began to maw hvestigatioris into the i for
mer history h
th Bank. All the old pa-
pers end .dc
iments -h reports of ; the
debates ; in 11
3 and 1816, are alreacy in
ere. is nothing so sensitive
money masters.. A single, toucn is reu
the estrertity of the system Some,
imagine that the committee wit make an
elaborate invsstiont.and giye ajulj his
tory of national banking, as connected with
the govfr,nnent.r--the, currency, and th
state bank; others think that jthe; recom
mendation of the Secrfetary, of the Trea
sury," to sell $he public stock now. invested
in the bank, will be t acted upon and ap
proved by the .committee. . , s.
The opposition papers have seised upon
that portion of the, message relative to the
t ' '.'t' j.' TLl. .'...J J
oanK wim singular a vrariy.. ir nnuuur
of the,opposit)on"on that sub jectj Is begin
ning to prpctuce' a singular effect upon ma
ny of the members of both houses. If Jbe
bank question should be made a party ques.
tiori, it u ill arise entirely from the conduct
of those who sell themselves to the friends
of the institution. The American system
intrigue ought to be a warning to the wise
arid prudent J If the committee of Ways
and Means, should hot reoort in favor of
a sale of the stock, many expect they will
either take themselves, or recommend, a
course of inquiry somewhat similar to tnat
pursued by the committee of Manufactures
in 1828. A call may be made upon the
principal bankers of the nation i questions
may be propunded to tbem, as to facts and
opinions, and the whole may be embodied
with tlie information which is possessed and
accessible io this region. It Is also sup
posed that when Congress shall pass a law
providing for taking the nest census, a pro
vision will also be made to pick op as
much informal! m as possible on the money
affairs of the states such as the number of
State; banks, their capital, circulation and
specie ; and every other ; thing connected i
with the subject. It is verv evident that
the reflux of public opinion on that passage
ui mc mes3aEevreiauve to inc uiiiv, uts
produced a very powerful sensation upon
both houses. This feeling must escape in
some' shape; or a trot her during the present
session. How or in what manner it may
be touched, is now difficult to predict.
I The Report of the Secfetary ;of the
(Treasury has Just appeared. It is an ad
mirable document and a fit Accompaniment
of the message. There are no theories no
speculations of an impossible nature in this
paper. It is; full . of business, economy,
useful: hints, and wise recommendations.
Some of the suggestions are Worthy of the
deepest consideration. . The Secretary of
the Treasury has proved himself to be sin
gularly well adapted for his high office. H
has sagacity, energy and industry that never
tires. The labour which he has undergone
since he came into office is incredible. Oft
and again has he been engaged to nearly
the hour of midnight in difficult and minute
investigations having; a . most important
hearing upon the, great interest of the coun
try. ' To uttam a single correct result in
financial matters a result that. may be ex
pressed in a single paragraph requires
frequently weeks and months of laborious
investigation and calculation. Every par
agraph ot the Keport bears the marks of an
acute, discrtminattog and original mind. .
' jA few days ago the President gaye what
may be called a cabinet dinner, at which
several of the opposition members of both
houses were present, .accompanied by their
Indies and daughters. The female leaders
of tib'e' 'tod1 Wrio- figured; dorlne- tHe'Iast'brei
sidency, are m extacies with the" suavity
and urbanrty of the Presidents Many of
themiwerereSired ta meet some hideous
monster that cotild eat up a militia man for
breakfast with - at little tang froid as ' a
Maine lumber-man could swallow i pickled
herring.-; The soft manners and readv con
versational powers of the old wa
General are now contrasted with the cold
ness, the rigidity, and frigidity of his pre
decessor. The.Wew England Mlet protest
hey shall hereafter entirely abandon the
opposition. "As thev are rreat stick iprsnr
2fj lhey 'find a difficulty in attaining
heir object in a legitimate way legalized
py precedent and former ages. Ay wicked
creature, charming as an auel who is be
iieved to be from the great 'atate propo
sed jHe;, example of the famous " forty
high minded, : who turned a somerset in
V.JWw timethat far outstripped all
or Romansihe Trench or elisnWlt&iH
oei;rvea, tnereiore, that tbe first " draWii.V
If H thotfld be determinri tr
iheni, will De crowned by the beauties, th
beUeyti leaders gf ihe ton daring the m:
presidency. : . :H y;-::-:ui:,l'i-
Badinage apartthe 'President f is
mg golden opinions the more Ue is Itnnts -V '
vety thing conspires (Q teaiixe ihe "fired'
t'.r, k. tiri' H .:-", V r! -
I tion that the PrtH&iiltt I
Ul fci ciidf tbperiit-itbe brWhtMI
' ' ' . -.-. .w . . rr v- (
tltelmjost halcyon: periods of the republic
have seen letters" from some .oft-the mos
distinguished men of ' Virginia, in which 1 1
is told that the effect produced by,the,Mes
Hge.r as tremendous in favor of the present
adniinistraiibnThe magnanimSty. aim
c'anilour oKthe old Virginia c
well known. The opponentsjofneirresi-
dem io?'thatstate are witbdriwing heir
hostility asnishinglyThe excell
the i Message -the purity of the langnageT-
the correctness of vthe principles avoweo,
4rel admired by every Iclass of men and by
none more bah those who opposed; hh
:'-:::?.'l; I' H.';: ' 1
NEVVBERX FRIGES CURRENT
V;J ! ' ARTICLES. ' 1 ; DC I D & s
BEESWAX lb- :
CORDAGE, cwt. t
COTTON, - '
COTTON BAOGlNG Hemp per yd
FLAX, per lb.
FLOUR, bbL ' J
i Corn Mel, buibel,
GRAIN Wheat; basbel,
i Corn, bbL ' ,
IRON Bar, American, lb.
1 Russia anU Sweedes, do.
LARD, ! . ,
LEATHER, Sole.' do. .'
' lraafayde.v ! -do. .-
LUMBER. Floorinr. i t-4 inoh,M.
' 121 a
. ; 6
8 V 00 -8
1 00 !
1 25 j
T 00 f
IS 00 i
i Inch boards. ; - ' "-do.
; 9 00 1-2
' 'Sauare Timber, do'
' Shingles,' CypreM, ' do,
. Staves, W. O. bbd. do-
Do. R. O. (' Jo;
Do.? V.. O. barral, :-. d
Ueadine. bhd.. V do-
1 Bo. barret. ' " ' " do
NAILS Cut, all sixes above 4d, lb.
i 4d. &Sd. lb
' 85 !
t 95 1
as ! .
' 40 r;
. ; Wrought, . " -.-f '
NAVAL STORES Tar, bbl.
Turpentine, , c do. !v
- Pitch, do.
I Roain, '"- ' . ). do.
Spirits Turpentine, gallon,
Varnlsb, ' j .do.
OILS Sperm ! :"do."
Wbale if Porpoise, do.
Linseed, . do.
PAINTS Red Lead.! lb.
v . 20
- . &'
' I TJO
White Lead, ground in oi), cwt
PROVISIONS- Bacon, 10.
Pork, mess, bbl.
Do. prime, do.
Do. cargo, do. -
SALT Tarks Island, boshcl,
Beauibrt, do. ,
. Liverpool, fiue do.
SPIRITS Brandy, French, fall
Applejdo. . do.
Peach, do. do.
Rum. Jamaica. " do.
7 00 '
-, - as..,.
Do; Windard Island, do.
Do. Newbern, do.
. Do. New England, .. . do.
GIN, Holland, do.
do. -Country, ' do. ,
' - Whiskey, -do.
STEEL German, ' lb. -
do. English blistered, do.
SUGARS Loaf, lb.
i Lump, ' do.
Brown; , ? do.
TEAS Imperial, ; do.
. Hyson,, do,- .
TALLOW, V da.
WINES Madeira, gallon.
. Malaga, do
, v .
NEW AND CHEAP GOODS
JUST received, brown and bleached thirtings
add sbeetiiv's; satinets and flannets: t-oun cot
ton, and Turkey red: furniture and apron checks;
sewing silks, best black and blue Italian; pins par
tent and common; needles of tbe: best quality;
Clark s spool cotton and floss. . i
; . ALSO, ;,
St. Croix sugar and green coffee; loaf and lump
sugars; gunpowder and by son teas; allspice and
black pepper; nutmegs.-' cinnamon and cloves:
chewing tobacco of the best quality; powder and
snot; spermaceti and mould tallow candles; salt
in sacks. ALSO, ! !
The following in the stationary line, Cum'minTs
ana eosiers spelling books; alphabets and pri-
mers; Murray'.s Grammars and Introdoctionsi
English Readers and Sequels; Pike's Arithmetic;
walker's school Dictionary; school , Testaments
and Bibles; books of common Prayer; do. elegant
ly bound and gilt; pocket Testaments dbY elegant
gilt pocket books; visiting cards; bonnet boards;
slates and slate pencils; ever pointed! ditto nnd
leaas; crayons iu cas silver pencil cases - and
common lead pencils; indelible and, red ink;
pocket ink stands and ink powder; hair and tooth
brushes; court plaister and fine scented Soap;
oierry, Andrews and Amv Eagles; 60 reams wrap
ping paper; 26 do cap and letter paper, for sale
very low for cash by I
M STEPHEN KINCEY.
Newbern. QcM 7, 189. ! 1 ; V
New Rochester Flour.
JUST received, a few barrels new Rochester
FLOUR, Cider BRANDT, GIN fc WHISKEY
Als. APPLES. POTATOES & CODFISH.-
and nineteen bbts. WHITING, of superior quality.
wnicn win oe sola low. . ) - i -
V "': ; SAMUEL C. SLEIGHT.
' Nov. 21.' W-zj . ,.L.;
Has just returned from New, York, and
i has received an assortment of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY &
- -: ,
HATS, BOOTS, SHOES, &c.
Which he will sell low for
A Nokmber 28, 182dV
ASjust.returned from New York, and h..
opened at his Store on Crvi.tr
r"""', p ssortment or
r i :t-JLMryji (roods,1 -
CROCKpRlC H ARD WARE,
; uuts SHOES, & HATS,
AND A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
-pt ioNGwtiic are" -tM
: i SM rtaia t'N" e::rum -v?f ro'
t C-fiac, Apple & Peach BRANDtl?4 "
Hallard and Country GlN;?ti J -lxJj v
Monbngahela andcomnsoaWHiSKET- -ada
"vMalagafe Country WINst
T loTperiat and Hvson TV. AS.- - '
i ofiteV ChocoUite and Mtilassesv
Family Butter, Cheese and r.WfJ
Box Raisins and Sni r f 1 1 v .
w' Keit at the lowest .ifi rtk
-i w "w .rivv
1rR.SMlTH wisries nMn?.
If A and Gentleiaeo of Newbern and vic&ity.
. . . . . ' w T Atm
that tie Intends opening .
that place: hte;cpmsaf ww--?
when, through the exertions, of the Gompfr
combined With MRS- $fMllM, ioe nrcu
male Equestrian, He hppes w nem
nalilic patronage. The puhlic may rest assured
that hta stud of Horses are eqaaUin beanty, and i
as well Broke, as any wtninui vw
rwi ttt. Subscriber has just receive
II Ynrk nod PhHadelDhia. and is Aow opening
at his Store.on Potloek-Street,i fresh and general
assortmani of among wmcp aro
tbe following:-s k
Otd onac, t I OW Madeira,
Rnhrr UIUVXCJI Otll. UU.
Apple fePeach I PoTt, 4
Holland It com. Rye Gin f Dry Lisboo, I
Old: Jamaica Rain,
Tene rifle, ,
in pt. U at. bot.
Do. W. I.. Do.
- Com. Do. " '
Old Irish Whiskey, '
Aod CunYno Rye Do.
Jiaf, Lumj bite Ha
, vana. and St. Vroix
HysojK and Black j "
ent of Cut and Plain
Faints and Oils Window GUsCbairs, Nails,
Cotton Baling ; Raisins, in whole, half and
quair. boxes; Bucji wheal, Butter, Cheese
..... Cavendish & com Tobacc6rSfvanigb.
ESegars; an assortment of fanbioo.
i able Hattr Saddles; Bridles, .
I Harness, lie. he. .
VV ttb a variety of other articles, all of which,
will be sold at the lowest prices for cash , or
country produce. . GEORGE A HALL
Nov. 28. 1829. i ' , ' '
tH AVE just received by the New
BKRjf Packet, from Norfolk, and offer for
sale; the following articles which 1" will sell low
for earh.'or, barter for country produce.
d from eW
. 1IJ-UD1S. Isle Ol Wigllt-BrtAIMUV,
23 do. W. India and N. Orleans Sugar,
20 bags Cofiee, .
S boxes Chocolate,
, 5, do Spefnt Candles,
IS do Fancy Soap,
30 reams! Wrapping Paper, e
-36 acks Liverpool Blown and Ground Sa!tA
40 boxes Soap,
2 baskets upeifiue Sweet Oil,
XO boxes Segars,
2S.ee Tobacco, f ' .
30 bbls: FLOUR superfine.
3l bbls. PI LOT and N AVY BREAD,
An Invoice of STONE WARE such as Juis
Jars, Stc Also; an invoice of HOLtOVV IVAKE
of Pots, Kettles, fyc. 1
Nov. 28, - HENRY" DEWEY-
IS hereby given, that Thomas A Bell, late of
Onslow Courtty, ir dead, and that at the last
November Term of the Court of Pleas and Quar-
er Sessions of said County, the Subscriber quali
fied as Executor of the last will and testament of
said deceased. All persons indebted to the es
tate, are requested to make immediate pay ment;
and those having claims against ir, are requi-ed
to present them in the time prescribed by law.
or this notice will be plead in bar of recovery.
FRED'K FOYf J&V.
PecembeT 22d, 1829,
AVE just received a new supply
of G iods, consisting of DRY GOODS
HATS & HOES, among which are - ?
3 cases superior Hats, very Zot.
2 do. Childrens' &. Youths,' .
(L 1 case Leohorh Hats,'
7.-; .- TSY Which they will sell as low as can
be purchased in Newbern.
State of North Carolina,
f CRAVEN COUNTY. ; .
November Term. A. D. 1829.
er itrm. A, jy. 1829.
wan X ' '
1- Or iginal Attac hraentvS:c.
ick.;.y,;,..M - ; .-1, : '
TT appearing to th Court, that the Defendant
J. is pot an inhabitant of this Count v. it is there
fore ordered, that publication be made in the
North; Carolina Sentinel, for six weeks, that said
Defendant appear at the Court of Pleas and
Quarter Sessions,; to beheld for Craven County.
Monday of February, 1830, and replevy or V lead
iuc, I'Oui i nouie in , newoem. on tne second
to issue, or mdement will be- rendered
him. ; '.-.t-vi'V-vi.---"
JAMES G. STANLY, Clerk.
Flour & Jry Goods.
ecired this day; per sh Elisa from New York
? 6"4 corded and crossbarred Cambricks.
I 4-4 : 6 4 plain Mull Muslins, fcV
do.- do. ' do. Cambrick Muslins,
U P1? Cambricka; U Cambrick Handkfs.
Superb common 4-4 6-4 plain fc fig'd Book
Moslios, j iv pi- , .-V:-. v
: RussialJiapers, green BaUe,ra4Flanoelft,
8-4 damask Table Drapers
; Sapef two4)Iai;Calkoev - v
Cotton, wontednd lambs wool 1-2 Hose.
2"r and 0,ww black. Bombaetts
lM4od 13-4 Ross Blankets. :
; Clark1 superior mile end spool Thread, a)l
'"ftj0 Waf0 5B Cottoo from N
Silk Braids, Tapesjio dWi Verona Hdkfti
A few barrels Rochester superior Flour, fresh
ffroisnd, Jfromnewheajfe. , ; - -r -
'',J-- l ''-T""iCk;BRADFORD b CO,
Newbern, Ocf.3, 1829 ; . . i
rtc?" , i?fl di P 'sloop Tennesiee Farmer
-Hfcl .G 13RADFORD &Co,
U4Newbera are reminded, tb at their ani
for the appoint ment of eleven Directorf,
ill take placaattha Banking House tri Newborn,
Jurn,g b Brngrf Monday Jthe 4ih day .
: Pcamber fttlad.r,-
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