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NORTfl CAROLINA SENTINfifr AND NfiWH&RN COMMERCIAL, AGRICULTURAL AND LlTERARy I
y; ; . , ' EXTRACTS " ?
From iJieRcpdft of the Secretary of the Trear
; V sury of the United States
" An exhibition of the transactions of the Trea
sury will shew that this Department has endea
vored to carry into effect the policy indicated
by the laws and the views of the President in
regard to the early extinguishment of the pub
lic debt. . Upwards of Forty Millions will have
"been applied to that object from the 4th of March,
1829, to the 2d of January, 1832, inclusive of
' which about sixteen millions and a half will
have been drawn from the Treasury during the
v Drescnt fear.
I ! 4i The occasion is deemed a propitioustane to
brine before the Legislature the subject of the
debt, with a view to its redemption, at a period
, not 6ny earlier than has been- heretofore anti
cipated, but belore the termination of th&pre-
, cent Congress, .
..... The entire public debt on the 2d of January next,
"C3 haj been already shown, will amount to
. ; -' ' I':- - r $$21,322,235 18
mere Stockholder; and' it is therefore respect- diture would necessarily induce, have been al- could not be withheld without opposition to the j
fully recommended to Congress to authorize reidv noticed; Tothese may be added theef-1 opinions of a majority of the people and the in ;
f The amount oftlie. receipts into the
. after satisfying all the demands
; of the year; other than on account
jof the public debt, arc estimated
r ds above, at
rf f ' ' 16731,T97&i
To this may be added !
... the balance in the
Treasury on the lt
! of Jan 1832, esti- ;
1 mated (exclusive 01 f
T-. the ineffective funds
and the Danish in
demnity) at . 1,203,27521
ho r Wp KnrP'fnii irfh not lss than fplt iiDon the peace and harmony of the country ' terests of many portion ot the Union.
The revision and alteration
duties which will be called for
.1.! x .1
mingscaimoiiooeany uugag i- 7 - - TT . - ' . , , V" i nnWprS nf thfi General Government
ta 1 01 me uiuieu oiaies requirea greater aiu io,citu ui - -
shield them from the injurious regulations of ! over those objects would ultimately subvert
foreign States, sound policy would rather rec- the constitutional sovereignty of the fetates. It
ommend a system of bounties by which the must be acknowledged that the just medium on
duties collected from imports might be direct- all these subjects is difficult of attainment ; but
W nnl?Pr1 t th nUenic tn ho hprshpfl than in the desire to seek, ahd in the sagacity to
thp nppnmnlntinn nf mnnni' in tlip Trpamirv. No I adODt the best
" T ... J I
JOSEPH M. GRAN ADE, fe Co.
CORNER OF POLLOK AND MIDDI.f-t
19 n II A VP, inat received fv tho
ij -- -- j "viiuuin
Congress. The information requisite to the
establishment ot a scale ot duties upon a i-
manentand satisfactory basis, will require time ;
and a system in which so many important imer-
ests are involved, will be better suDserveu uy
prospective legislation than by sudden chan
ges. . .
The rrvfinue derived from the present duties
cannot be safely dispensed with before the pe-
surh necpssitv. Iinwpvcr. is sunnosed to exist. American statesman.
: J' ' 11 .
The amount of revenue equal to the author-
consists the true policy ot an
The punctuality of the American merchant in
1 a i ' . r f Alii
fftiPPxtinflruishment of the nub-U PYnPrulitnrm nf tire Government it is the the payment of duties, fn every penoa oj our
:. , , . s, .: ctom rnnaa H. tu.Sit p Cr,,, nrWp . hitorv. nnd under the mast severe vicissitudes,
llC aeDt I DUl? SUCH IClliH-u or o iv-o ai CUlISlllUUOliai UUIV Ul v;ungn-i)3 jjiu iiuv ...u.w. , r i
t 1 - . 1 1 a ; 4 ; . I ; .1 nr. Awrin wt ho T1-P?TPST R fl mi rH. LI (J 11
n vi t m on T T- T M I u finipi'i I I im mi i iirnn 1 111" w M. I JIVy w '
i tai 1 l-I Wi v uivvi) u - I o o , .
v m m i i. A m n m i 1 1 r 1 r
whole amount 01 uusiom-nouse lwhud, wm..6
From this aggregate of . i ,
After deducting the amount of the
; ' unsatisfied appropriations already
H estimated at . " !
r' -There will remain a surplus iii tbe
; , , year 1832, of . ' .
' J" Which, unless Congress should en
X t. ' :l large tlic appropriations (or other
object may be applied to the
.; public, debt. 1 .... "
v : ' Tiie interest on the debduring the
! j jvear 1832, may be estimated at
libaviiir for the principal in that
i year .1
Which being applied to that oLject,
will leave the total amount ot tne
public debt at the close of the
.'The Government, however has oth
tr meana which if Congress see
II propcrymay bo apphed towards
5 the payment of the debt, vi, :
the shares in the Bank of the
I JJnited States, amounting at par
- i to $7,000,000 but which, as will
J 'be-presently explained, -may be
j.'e-stixnaed atjnot les than
In that event the amount of the debt
on the 1st of Jan. 1833, would bo
AMiich sum, together with ariair al
! liwaiyjc for the cost of purcha
j sing at the market price, thestocka
j tiot redeemable in the course ot'
i the proposed operation, might be
I supplied in the months of Janua
1 ry and February, 1833, by thc
unnlication from the revenues iot
that year f a sum equal to 2-12th
of the amount applied from the
ordinary revenues to the debt in
the year 1832,! say
$ 10,302,686 97
mav. in its wisdom previously, provide, may and, to
TM-nnriotr hp nut rinrtTPrl tn tnlp pf. nnrnnitfnr1 tliora o n U onv rr?snnalilp. nhip.C
feet from and after the 3d ofMarchr 18:3. tion. Of this duty, the Constitution itself pre- due in the first three quarters ol the present
Independently of the charge for the public eludes all doubt by authorising both the expen- year, only 846,965 78 have been unpaid. Ut
debt, the revenue for the expenditures of the diture and the means of defraying it. seven hundredand eightyjone minions oiuuai
vprnmpnt as at nresent authorized need not. It will he- difTinilt nreviselv to graduate the secured for duties from the commencement ol
"Thp neressitv of the ffovernment. to the 30th of September last
ft 13-00.000. ! 1 vni,vinrr thp nn!sihilitv of a deficiency in the the whole loss may be estimated to be less than
It is believed, "however, that there are other revenue and the perpetual fluctuation in the de- six millions of dollars. These delinquencies
nViippt of pnpnditnri nf nWimio pvnpdipnrv. mnnd arid simnlv render such a task elmost are believed in most if not in all, instances, to
if not nf indpcnpnanKlp npnpeaUv ivliirh it mav hmnrtirnMp. An p.xr.ftss of revenue, there have been the result of unavoidable mistortune,
be supposed, have been postponed by the high- fore, under any prudent system of duties may involving in the ruin of the principal the sure
pt nVlirrtin nf nn r n rr tViP rinVlir dpVt. The Kp frr n tinp nnavni dahle. But this can be ties required by the laws of the United States,
present occasion is deemed propitious to pro- better ascertained by experience, and the evil In most cases, the. United States, by means of
virte for thnP nhiprt in n manner to advance obviated either bv enlarff ncr the expenditure tne existing priority acis, nave ooiaiqu
hp frlnrv nrt nrnsnpritv nf thp pnimtrv with- for nnnlie mirnoses. or bv reduvihfir the duties benefit of whatever property the debtors pos
innvonipnoPtn thp npnnlp " on nrh ariielps as the condition of the country sessed at the time of their insolvency. In many
in tU.flfM rnJnoptfi.iiv rppnmmpnded that would hest admit. I instances, their ffeneiral creditors have released,
A V illViCIUA U 1 voj'vunuii vy 1 " I - ill 1 1
this nrinnlp. or would be willing to release them, it tne
am 11 iiui b w m-' mil 1 11 1 1 1 11 1 r i rri. iii.i.ixl i 1 1 171 j w iiiiur t x u s Jww.fc.Atj-'.'-'--"'i-
hnrirpd. annrnnriations mav. at the proper and for these purposes, the attention of Con- government did not render such an act of liber
time, be provided for the following objects : Uress will be necessarily directed to the art;- ality unavailing. By this means, a large num.-
' r , - . ...OJ 0 r. T I.... 1.. i lilt c 1 r " - 1. . v r.
pftra,.mon) niiionai:. .mr m htflv rigour- Hfi o lmDorta trom wnien tne duties snouiu oer 01 our ienow cuizeiis, 01 iair cimiaLitin
be collectea ; ana tnis is a question 01 expe
diency merely, to be decided with a just re
gard to all the great interests involved in th
To distribute the auties in sucn a manner,
as far as that may be practicable, as to encou
rage and protect the labour of the people of the wisdom and generosity of Congress, whether
the United States from the advantages of supe- the occasion of extinguishing the national debt
romnletp snrvevs of the coast, and harbors oi Hop skill and capital and tne rival preierences ana relieving tne burthens ot the community at
the Union so as to afford greater facilities to the of foreign countries, to 'cherish and preserve large, and where the greatest amount likely
commerce and navigation of the United States, those manufactures which have grown up un- to be recovered is not required for the public
The occasion wOuld also be a favorable one for der our own legislation, which contribute to the exigencies is not also propitious for giving
constructing custom-houses and ware-Mouses national wealth, and are essential to our inde absolute relief to those enterprising men, who,
in the DrincTnal commercial cities, in some of nendence and safety, to the defence of the m times ot difficulty and need, contributed to
which they are indispensably necessary fur the I country, the supply of its necessary wants, enrich the public treasury. The period of the
purposes of the revenue; and likewise provi and to the general prosperity, is considered to total extinguishment of the national debt wil
ding for the proper permanent accommodation be an indispensible duty. The vast amount of be a period of national rejoicing and mighi be
of the Courts of the United States and their of- property employed in the northern, western properly signalized by such an act of grace to
ficers. and middle portion ot the Union, upon tne tnis untortunate class ot our countrymen.
In many districts the compensation of the of- faith of our own system of laws, and on which
ficers of the customs in the present state of com- the interests of every branch of our industry
merce is insufficient for their support, and in- are involved, could not be immediately aban-
adequate to their services. As a part of the doned without the most ruinous consequences
general system, however, and effectually to Happily for the United States, the -sum to
ces; extending tne armories ; arming me uun
tia of the several states ; increasing the pay and
emoluments of the navy officers to an equality
with those nf the army, ahd Providing them
.r 1- w - " J 7 - X C
with the means of nautical instruction ; enlarg
ing the navy hospital fund ; strengthening the
frontier defences; removing obstructions trom
the "Western Waters, for making accurate and
and intelligence, ahd qualified by their exer
tions to promote the prosperity of th
country, are paralized in their industry,
and depri ved of the means of providing for
their families and contibuting to the general
stock of labor. It is respectfully submitted to
The Albany Argus contains notices of intended
applications to the Legislature of New York, at the
session of the ensuing winter, for Rail-roads the
aggregate capitals of which amount to twenty-two
mi II. inns nf Itnllnrs All nf" thpsp nrnWta . nrp fnr
guard the revenue, the services of such officers which it is now proposed to limit the revenue, roat)s between Albany and Buffalo two of them to
are necessary, without regard to tne amount 01 1S not likely to be oppressive on any class even run through, the third, from Butlalo to the Cavucra
rbusiness: and it is believed, expedient to make according to the present numbers ot the Amen
their allowance commensurate with the vigi- can population. It is also to be observed, that,
Ience required and the duties to be performed, relatively both to population and the means of
Lake and the fourth,
from Utica to the Cayuga
A further improvement may be made in the
mode of compensating the officers of the cus-
toms, by substituting salaries for fees in all the
it wrould annually dimmish
1 .1 -l . c a : 1 u
while tne cneapeninir 01 transuux iuiiuh uy wir
means of the rapidly increasing facilities of
New power maciiinf. Mr. Richards, an
engineer of Bristol, states, that he has perfect
ed an Endless Power Machine, "which is now
in action, and which he asserts, will supersede
the use of steam in eery case." The engine
is self acting and may be made equal to 20
It may be further observed, that should any
diminution take place in the estimated revenue,
or should the expenditure exceed the estimated
amount the deficiency which either event might
produce iti the means of the Treasury applica
ble to the debt, would be supplied by the amount
reserved in this estimate for the unsatisfied
balances of appropriations. For, although that
sum constitutes a legal charge on the Treasury,
to be met as occasion requires, yet, in any esti
mate of present means, it may be considered
rather as a nominal than a real charge.
I will ble thus perceived that the Government
.has the means, if properly employed, of reim
I bursing the whole of the public debt by purchase
or miierwise on or belore tne od ot JYlarch,
Th(j moral influence w hich such an example
would necessarily produce throughout the world
in removing apprehension and inspiring new
confidence in our free institutions, cannot be
questioned. Seventeen years ago our country
emerged from an expensive war, encumbered
with a debt of more than one' hundred and twen-y-sevcri
millions, and in a Comparatively de
fenceless state. In this short period it has
promptly repealed all the direct and internal
taxes which v.'crc imposed during the war re-Ij-ing
mainly upon revenue derivedfrom imports
and salcls of the public domain. y From these
sources, besides providing fof the general ex
penditure, the frontier has been extensively
fortified, "the naval and maritime resources
strengthened, and part of the debt of gratitude
to the survivors of the revolutionary war dis
chargedj We have, moreover, contributed a
larjjc share to the general improvement, added
to the extent of the Unionjby the purchase of
the valuable Territory r londa, and finally ac
quired the means of extinguishing the heavy
debt incurred in sustaining the late war, and all
that remains of the debt oi the revolution.
, The anxious hope with which the people
have looked forward to this period, not less than
he present state of the oublic mind, and the
real interests of the community at large, recom-
uM.no. xne prompt application of these means to
that srrcat nVi. ;: - i a
.wan a proper regard for other important con
siderations. 1 r ,
csr Tan3,aslias already been above
debt within the. period contemplated, it will bd
necessary to effect a sale oi T theni for a sum not
less than, eight millions of dollars '
i Tlie Stock created by the United Sta
their subscription to the Bank having h
tually paid previously to the 1st of J1ir-i-T
their interest in that institution has ceased to
be nominal merely, and the scares form a part
of the fiscal resources applicable to the public
1 The objects connected with the early reim-
brirsemeht of the public debt are more Impor
llK than, the interest of the Government as a
collection districts, by which, at a comparative- intercourse, would constantly tend to equalize
ly small expense to the .Treasury, commerce prices and diffuse the profits of labor.
and navigation wouljl.be relieved from burthens The objects more particularly requiring the
always inconvenient, if not oppressive. aid of the existing duties upon the principles
It is beheved.that the public property and of- of this report are believed to be wool, woollens,
fices at the Seat of Government, require im- cotton, iron, hemp and sugar, as comprehend- yjW!BI3fY PRICES CURRENT
provemeni and extension, and that further ap- nir those articles in which the agricultural and x - A , '
propriations might be made to adapt them to manufacturing industry are more particularly
the increasing business of the country. interested.
The salaries of the public ministers abroad,
must be acknowledged to be utterly inadequate,
either for the dignity of the office or the neces-
C0RRECTED EVERY TUESDAY.
CORN, bbl. quantity,
CORN MEAL, bushel,
and stability of W manufactures will enable CORDAGE, cwt. -
These duties could not be materially changed
at present '-without the effect already depreca
ted. No objection is perceived, however, to
sary comforts of their families. At some foreign such gradual reduction of them in future as may
courts, and those whose relations towards the withdraw the aid thus afforded, as the growth
United States are the most important, the ex
penses incident to the station, are found so bur
thensome as only to be met by the private re
sources of the minister. The tendency of this
is to throw those high trusts altogether into the
hands of the rich, which is certainly not accord
ing to the genius of our system, j Such a provi- them mav be levied on other articles which
sionfor public ministers as would obviate those may be found to admit of it.
crils, and enable the minister to perform the The undersigned is not insensible to the
eommon duties of hospitality to his countrymen, embarrassments attending such a subject, both
and promote social intercourse between the from its delicacy and complexity ; and the diffi
citizens 01 Doth nations, would not only elevate culties, of reconciling any system ot duties, in
the character of his country, but essentially im- the nreserif condition of the public mind, with
them to dispense with it to such a degree at
least as will, with the aid of an increase of
population and the means of consumption,
still leave a revenue adequate to the expendi
tures; or until what may be withdrawn from
prove its public relations.
In addition to these objects, further provi
sion may be made for thcrse officers and sol
diers of the revolution wjio are yet spared as
monuments of that patriotism and self devotion,
to which, undei Providence, we oweour mul
the interests and views of all, are fully appreci
ated. These can be surmounted only by the
wisdom and patriotism of the people, and of
Congress. He cannot doubt, however, that it
will be the wish of all, earnestly to endeavqr to
surmount them ; and he confides in the for
bearance and liberality of an enlightened pub-
ror the foreiroincr mirnoses. together with NiV nfcomnlish the task. He respectfully
, . t- i j o . .. 1 r
the existing expenditure, and a moderate allow- suo-oests that the subject is. to be dealt with in
ance lor such objects of general improvement the spii t of a liberal Compromise, in which,
as shall be of an acknowledged national cha- for the sake of the general harmony, each con-
racter within the limits, as admitted by the flicting interest should be expected to yield a
HiXecutive, of the. powers of Congresrover the part for the common benefit of all
subject, an annual revenue of 8 15,000,000 will . The diversity of interests which character
oe luliy adequate. It is worthy of remark, ize different portions of the Union, arising from
that such an amount of revenue would scarcely geographical position, and peculiarity of habits
exceed one dollar on each individual of our and pursuits, does not admit of that degree of
uiuiiiion as .it may be reasonably computed, favor to any particular interest, which, in other
" unreduced duties shall take teffect, and countries differently situated, may be safely and
V. V1 ln . V1dual burden would continue to wisely granted. The industry of each portion
uuiumsa witn the increase of population and of the Union should be equally regarded and
uj mt iiauonai resources. gradually fostered, by which means, each
The sources from which the revenue has would as certainly, though more slowly, attain
hitherto been derived, are the imports, public maturity without the aid of measures dangerous
ianas, sana Dank dividends. With the sale of to the general peace and harmony,
ine uarn siock tne latter will cease : and, as the The real strength of the government depends
. r""'! uiuS 10 any scale of duties which not more upon a harmonious action of its vari
u win oe expeuientand practicable to adopt, ous parts than in producing the same effect
win ro smn v cntticiont , i 1 . i
'.t uuu"'"-1" njcei an tne expen
diture, that portion of the revenue heretofore
drawn from the sale of the public lands may be
dispensed with, should Congress see; fit to do so.
Should Congress deem it proper to dispense
with the public lands as a future source of rev
enue, the amount to be raised from imposts af
ter the 3d of March, 1833, according to the
foregoing estimate, will jbe 9 Io,000,000
upon the various interests over which it acts.
Considering the amount of labor and capital
employed in. manufactures of the greatest im
portance to the country, and which have already
contributed so essentially to our defence and
safety, and to the general prosperity, it could
not be expected iat they should be suddenly
abandoned. Regarding, at the same time the
diversity of interests resulting irom tne pecu
with a reliance upon the public lands, as here- liar sUuniirm nf th United States, the mamifar-
tatesfortofore, it may be estimated at 812000,0Q0: to turing interest itself should be content with a
been ac- t which, as the case may be, it will be necessary moderate and gradual protection, rather than
to adapt the provision for the luture. by extreme measures to endanger the public
The propriety of reasonably protecting the tranquillity The indispensable necessity of
Domestic Industry is fully conceded ; but it is fne aidTof the General Government for those ob-
believed. it would neither requirje nor justfiy jects of acknowledged national concern, more
the raising of a larger amount of revenue than especially the improvement of the rivers and
may be necessary to defray the expenses of the harbors which are the great high-way of the
"Hent. Some of the evils)f a surplus, people and to which the means of the several
which an excess of revenue bevond the expen- States arc both inadequate arid inapplicable;
COTTON BAGGING, Hemp, yd.
FLOUR, Rochester, bbl.
, Baltimore, do.
, North Carolina, do.
IRON, Bar, American, lb.
Russia & Swedes, do.
LEATHER, Sole, lb.
Dressed, Neats do.
Calf Skins, dozen,
LUMBER, Flooring, 1 inch, M.
Inch boards, - do.
Scantling, - do.
Square Timber, do.
Shingles, Cypress, do.
Staves, w. o. hhd. do.
Do. RED OAK, do. do.
Do. w. o. bbl. do.
Heading, hhd. do.
Do. bbl. do.
MOLASSES, gallon, f
NAILS, Cut, all sizes above 4d. lb
4d. and 3d.
NAVAL STORES. Tar. bhh
Turpentine, - do.
Spirits Turpentine, gall
Varnish, - do.
OIL, Sperm. - do.
Whale & Porpoise, do.
Linseed, - - do.
PAINTS, Red Lead. Ih.
White Lead, ground in oil, cwt.
PROVISIONS, Bacon, lb.
Pork, mess, do.
Do. prime, do.
Do. cargo, do.
SALT, T. Island, bushel quantity,
Beaufort, do. (none.)
Liverpool, fine, do.
SHOT, cwt. - -SPIRITS,
Brandy, French, gall.
Apple Brandy, do.
Peach do. " do.
Rum, Jamaica, do.
Do. wind ward IsPd do.
Do. New England, do.
Gin, Holland, da
Do. American, do.
STEEL, German, - lb.
Ensrlish. blistered, dn
SUGAR, Loaf, . do
TALLOW, x -WINE,
: .do. -
12 P 14
13 V 14
I 75 2 00
7 25 7 50
7 00 6
5 - 64
1 50 3 00
22 00 30 00
18 : 20 -8
8 10 28
1 50 1 55
9 50 10 50
1 40 1 60
1 20 1 25
1 25 1 50
1 60 1 go
551011 L& til wucencs, v llles, c
&c.- All of which they offer for sale, at a verv
moderate advance for Cash or Country Produce
The following articles may b enHineraud ai n.
their srockTiz : '-,
?0 bbls Pilot and Navy Bread
10 do N Y U eitern Caual Flour Beacha rtd brai i
20lmlf bbls- ditto ditto f
6 casks Gohen Cheese, ;
1 box Pine Apple ditto !
12 kegs Family Butter
50 pieces Smoked Beef
25 Smoked Tongues, 12 boxes Smoked UerrHij
d ttoxes fresh bunch Raitiud
300 bushels lrih Potatoes
6 barre fc Loaf and Lump Sugars
White Havana and Good New Orleans do
Imperial, Gunpowder, and Hyson TEAS
Mexican and St. Domingo Coffee "
t 'hocolate, 2 boxes fresh
Madeira f Cnlmanar
Naples il Aluscatel
Sherry ! jl Sweet Maloga
Port T j Champaigne
Dry Lisbon I ft j and
riffe J I Claret
30 doz quart and pint bottles Porter
2 do best refined Cider
10 barrels best New-ark family Cider, by tl.e barr.
or oti draft
Raspberry and Cherry Brandy
Nash County Apple and Peach ditto
Old Mouoiigahtla Rje Whiskey
Common Rye ditto
Bet Ilnliaud and Fye Gin
Old JamaicH St Croix andN E Rum
15 hhds elading Molasst-s
r Black pepper and Allspice
Race and ground Ginger, London M'istar J
Nuiroegs-Cinnainon, Clves and Mace
tiioughlofj's lij; It rs
1 basket best Sallad Oil!
6 box s Sperm. Candles, 12 do Tallow ditto
25 ditto Yellow Soap. 2 bladders Pulty
12 ditto 10 by 12 Window Glass
12 ditto 8 by 10 do do
12 kegs and i.N3 half kegs best Whi'e Lead
2 barrels best Winter Sperm Oil
2 barrels Linseed do
2 ditto Trin tio
350 botiles Lorillard's best Snuff
Chewing Tobacco, of various qualities
25 pieces 42 inch Dundee hemp Bagging
20 coils bale Rope
6 cases Gentlemen's fine Hats, 2 do Wool o'ilio
2 ditto Men's and Boy's Hair Seal Caps
-3 ditto Whitcmore's Cotton Cards, assorted
2 ditto Wool do do
4dz Fancy flag bottom'd Chuirs -12
do Windsor ditto
Ladies' rocking and sewiug ditto "
Children's Chairs of various kind
1 bale 7-8 Cotton Oznabuigs
50 casks Stone Lime "
50 ditto Cut Nails, assorted sizes ,
1 ditto 15 doz Carolina hoes, assorted sizes
100 priir Trace Chsiiig
6 doz N Beers' Ion bright bitted Axes
8 do English Spades and Sliojels
2 Kins Krtglith and Swedes Iron, assorted, fiom
1 1-2 to 8 inches wide
Haifa ton square bar Iron from 3-4 lo 1 1- i.iclics
24 Kreeborsh's patent Cast Iron Ploughs '
12 Ploughs, iniauufrtctured by an expiei ienced Farmer
in this neighborhood.
Newbern, 8th December, . '. ,
NOTICE. 1 I
rnilE Stockholders of the Bank of Newbern
LJ are hereby reminded, that their -annual
meeting will , take place at their Banking House
in Newbern, on the first Monday in -January
next, it being the 2d day of the month.
JOHN W. G'UION, Cashier.
Newbgrn, Gth December, 1831.
flN the first of January ensuing, at the
VO Court-House in Newbern, will be hired
for the year, sundry Negroes belonging to the
estates of Christopher D. Neale and James
Lovick ; and! at tRe same time and place will be
rented for the year, the Plantation whereon
the said Lovick resided, and 'the Plantation
formerly owned by Samuel Gerock, on Neusc
River ; a Plantation belonging to said Nealc's
estate, near Wilkinson's Point, and a Plantation
on Adams' Creek, belonging to the estate of
William P. Moore, deceased.
December; 10, 1831.
Will be Sold, on Thursday the 22d instant,
At the late residence of Gol. Joseph Nelson,dec!.
on Smith's Creek,
A quantity of CORN & FODDER,
Two GIGS two FLATS,
A number of Farming Utensils, &c.
At the same time, will be rented for one year,
the Plantation formerly owned' by Wiley M.
Nelson, on Wilkinson's Point; three Planta
tions situated near Smith's Creek, and a House
and Lot on the Island of Portsmouth, Carteret
At the same time and place, will be hired (ot
the ensuing iyear, a number of valuable-Plantation
NEGROES belonging to said Estate.
Terms or all purchases of five dollars and
upwards, six months credit will be given, the
purchaser giving notes with approved security,
and for all purchases under five dollars, cash
will be required before the delivery of the arti
cles. For the rents of land and the hire of the
negroes, notes with approved security will be
JOSEPHUS NELSON, Adm'r.
December 12, 1831. .
TfNN Thursday the 5th day of January
Ml next, will be sold, at the Court-House m
Newbern, a number of likely Negroes, belong
ing to the estate of the late col. Joseph Nelson.
Terms of sale For about one thousand dollars
of the purchase money, approved notes, nego
tiable at the Bank of Newbern will be required;
for the residue, six months credit will be gireD,
and notes with two sufficient sureties required.
JOSEPHUS NELSON, Adm'r.-
Deccmber 12th, 1831. - -
. JOHN W. NELSON,
CABINET MAKER, v
RESPECTFULLY informs the'Publick thai W
continues to manufacture every article
line of business. He is at all limes provided with tne
best materials: and in return for the liberal and in
creasing patronage which he receives, he promise3
punctuality and fidelity. - T-
He continues to make COFFINS, and to superin
tend FUNERALS ; and that he may be enabled jo
conduct the; solemnities of interment more becorni0?1
and satisfactorily, he has constructed a PI
HEARSE, for the use of which no additional charge
will be mace. Newbern; June 1st, 1831.