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JtfOJHtTTBU (OAlSOXiINA SIENTPINJS-L .
NEW-YORK, February 1st, 1832.
ISir The ..undersigned, a committee ap
pointed at a numerous meeting of your fellow
citizens, have the honor of transmitting to you
a! conv of their nroceediiiffs and resolutions
unanimously entered into, and growing out of
the reiection bv the Senate of the United
States of your nomination as Minister Plenipo-
.. . a. tt:j i VirrAnm nf Great. Rri-
lenuary iu uie uimcu .iuguw -
tain and Ireland.
"While they rejoice that an opportunity is
presented to .them to reiterate em expression
..- - . i .
. - i r i . rrrt vt nnn 1 1 1 inpir nnnnnivn.
1 . A ?. in vnnr nntrintisfri and nrnViitv.
i a wimusuvv j v i T- - j
and a renewed assurance of the estimation in
whichj they hold your capability -to the proper
discharge of the most important trust, they rc-
jgrei the circumstance calling for this communi
cation, and deplore the departure from that
dignified course Which should have influenced,
land, which, in the instance of your rejection,
was disregarded by the Senate ol the Ujj. tea
States. - i
t. However,, Sir, they feel assured that this
I general and voluntary expression of the apin
; icns of citizens who best know your worth,
'i will be properly apprceiatedby you, and when
thousands throughout!- this vasi country shall
maCnronf i'iKfi(p. reiterate those opinions
li J U UlCUSUl s V I v..- w J -
! the occurrence will leave no otner impres
sion than that the arrow has fallen far from
Ti'4 mark, and that the object at which it was
;imed, stands unscathed and unhurt. With our
i best wishes for your health and happiness, and
ur earnest prayer for your safe and speedy re
in rn to the land of your fathers,
1 Permitfus respectfully to subscribe ourslves,
our friends and fellow citizens,
Walter Bowne, John Targee,
Benjamin Baile), Gideon Lee,
Mnnuipl A. Tnlnnt't. William I TTllfiif
, . ,
i . t 1 I. " ' . 1
oranam uioougoou, u. 15. laimage,
Saul 4e John Lovett,
Pfeservcd Fish, Elisha Tibbitf.,
.lames Campbell, El dad Holmes,;
Asa Mann, Wm. M. Price,
t nomas i . Yvooaruu, iuonigomery ivanKin,
T'rastus Barnes, Alexander M. Muir,
F. Bf.j Cutting, Henry Hone,
(hnrles Henrv.Hall. C6r. W. Lawrence.
character than any man living;" and whose
administration will be looked to, in future times,
as a golden era in our history. To have served
under such a Chief, at such a time, and to have
Of its advantages, it has, in the first place,. Practical Religion. Practical religion eon
a 6afe and capacious harbor, more easy of ac- j fers upon its possessor a glorious triumph
cess and better susceptible of defence, than amidst the sorrows of life. Suppose poverty
any other in the Southern States. Four miles comes with its train ol calamities: or suppose
detraction points lis oaroea arrows against a
blameless character; or suppose bereavement
won his confidence and esteem, is a sufficient through a safe and deep channel would carry
glory ; and of that, thank God ! my enemies can- a shipirom tfte wharves out through the Inlet to
not deprive me. r sea, rcau v nunc suur iesi nouce w vase auvaniauc
Of the particular act of hostility to which I ol any wind mat blows. It is one ot the most
am hanmlv indebted for the nresent expression beautiful and healthy situations in the South
r 7 1 I a. 1 . i i . i i t
of feelings on the part of my republican lenow- now me resort ounvanas in tnesicKiy seasons,
citizens, it is not, perhaps, proper, anayi wouiu anu us men ol business wouia not oe nyuig,
fain think, not necessary, that l snouia su unsettled mctors, making money to enjoy eise-
miirh The ronrtesv due to the highest ol our where, as m JNew-Orleans, but permanent resi-
WUlativP hndips obliges us to presume that dents. It would be the fixed abode oi men ot
& . mi 1' : i. I : . 1 r . i t 1.1 1,
the reasons assigned ny me majumy iur uitir capiiai, oi taste ana luxury, n wouiu suuu uc
-W 1 f I i . mm t 1
rWision were sincere-' ii so, l console. myseli much more to ISorth-Carolma thn Charleston
with the persuasion that public sentiment, oi is to S. Carolina. With greater facilities lor
vAich I have an earnest belore me, is likely to trade, its greater healthiness would ere long
determine the futility of those reasons, and the place its superiority beyond comparison. Every
injustice of that decision. hundred acres of piney woods land on the great
Allow me, gentlemen, in conclusion, to thank channel of trade and communication with such
you heartily for the expression of individual a place (a communication almost annihilating
feelings with whicn you nave accompanied the time and space) would oe an enviaDie posses
resolutions of your constituents. Eniovinc a sion. CLiIiN 1 UI.
personal acquaintance with everv one of you,
and knowing how much of private worth and
public respectability you represent, I feel flat
tered and "gratified to receive such svmpathv
at such hands; and, situated as I am, I cannot
but look forward with heart cheering anticipa
tion to the welcome with which you promise
to greet my return to mv native land.
A few weeks residence here will be required
to place the affairs of the legation in a proper
tram, as well asto settle my own private con
cerns ; after which
the only opport)
; tin " a n, r .kh never had the pleasure 01 an acquaniauce wua
nii; uuiuia w 1 111c L-uiiiuitiii. n.uci uiai, i nuan i - . - , , - , m
" A 1. Kiit n r- inlrmcil thor thair LUPTfJ n
iii.i.i. i . 1 ti 1 1 iir-111. lu.l a in iiiiuiui.u uiui mv. t. v.
maKe me Dest 01 mv way nome, wnere 1 nope - . ' . . . . , . , ' ,
From the Vermont Chronicle.
Awful Catastrophe. Messrs. Richards
and Tracy I have just returned from a funeral
which presented such a scene as I never wit
nessed before, and hope I shall never witness
again. I have just come from the funeral of
three young ladies, whose remains were all
collected in one cofiin and deposited in one
grave. They all were daughters of James ivent
casts a withering shade jupoh the best earthly
hopes and joys; or suppose disease, which
mocks the highest efforts both of friendship
and of skill, impresses itself upon the counte
nance and make its lodgment in the very seat
of life; or suppose, if you please, that this
whole tribe of evils come marching in fear
ful array to assail an individual at once,
I am sure that I do not too much for practical
religion, when I declare to ycu that it will en
able its possessor to meet them all in serenity
and triumph. To do this must require a high
effort of faith, I acknowledge; but only such an
eflort as has been exemplified in the experi
ence of thousands: Oh! when I have stood
amidst such scenes, and witnessed the sweet
aspirations of hope, and seen the bright beams
of ioy irradiate the countenance over which
sorrow had thrown her deepest shades, just
as the bow casts its brilliant hues upon the dark
cloud in the going down of the sun, I have
looked upon religion as a bright angel come
down from heaven to exercise a sovereign 111
fluence over human calamity ; and if I have
formed a wish or offered a prayer in respect to
you at such a moment,-is has been that this
good angel may be your constant attendant
through .this vale of tears. prag ue.
CHEAP DRY GOODS.
THE subscriber has just opened a new and
han.sohic:asgortment of fresh imported
Which he offers to the Ladies of Newbern, and
the public in general, at very reduced prices
at the Store formerly occupied by Willaim j'
Handeoc''.. on Pollock-street. otii iTnor v., .1
, - , miviu me
corner 01 Craven-street.
J. VAN SICKLE.
Newhern,. 27th March, 1832.
I propose to avail myself of 4; ' "1 " A"
unity that will probably ever oevia' YUy i u y ' , 1
,.:;; r.iJ ;;.,, years of are, and the youngest about lb.- 1
Sir : Deputed by thp General Committee,
appointed under direction of the great meeting,
at Tammany Hall, to prepare and transmit to
vou the enclosed expression of the sentiments
of your fellow-citizens to (he decision of the
Senate on your nomination tfe Minister Pleni
potentiary to Great Britain, we beg leave, in
addition to the discharge bf this grateful duty,
,10 express a concurrent wish for your health,
happiness and prosperity.
' Kespectfullv, vcur fe.llow-citizcns,
GIDEON LEE. ,
AjM. P. HALLETT.
To His Excellency Martin Van Euren,
Miuister Plenipotentiary, Scc. ccc.
Yfio York, Vcb. 1,183. .
to arrive early in the summer, I shall then be
able, more adequately to express, in person,
n;y deep, my affectionate sense of the vigilance
and protecting kindness of mv fellow citizens,
and ofthe honest zeal with which they have
stepped forward to vindicate me from assaults
'during my absence. In the mean , lime, with
a proud and grateful feeling of sincerity, I leave
my character in tneir keeping
I remain, Gentlemen, with the highest respect,
your servant and friend,
. M. VAN JBUREN.
Sani'I. A. Talcott,
Wm. P. Hallet,
D. B. Tallmadge,
William M. Price,
Thomas T. Woodruff, Montgomery Rankin
Erastus Barnes, Alexander M. Muir.
F. B. Cutting, Henry Hone,
ChaV Henry Hall, Corn's W. Lawrence-,
Committee on the part of the citizens of New
ted where they were known, lhc circum
stances attending their decease were such, as
may cause me ears 01 every one who nears
them to tingle. The family at home consisted
of the father, the mother, a brother of her's
and ihree daughters. On the evening of the
21st, you might have seen them in peace and
safety, grouped around the fireside ; hippy in
th'e company of each other and of a" few friends
who had come to visit them.
At the accustomed hours they retired to their
pillows, the parents in a lower room, and the
daughters in a chamber, and there sunk into a
state .of repose, from which they were aroused
at about three o'clock in the morning, by suffo
cating smoke and fierce flames of fire. The
back and upper part of the house, which was
most remote from the sleeping room of the
parents, was at this moment the principal seat
of the conflagration. The father sprang from
his bed and hastened to secure his daughters.
A packet loaded with passenger, from differ
ent parts of the U. Staes, was crossing a large
lake in the west. It was so ordered by Provi
dence, that one of their number was an expe
rienced, sea captain. While under sail they
were ovcrtakenbyatremrndous tempest. The
master of the packet and the sailors were frigh
tened, thrown into confusion, and lost the
control of the ship. This excited great
consternation among the passengers ; "and
it seemed as though they must all per
ish. At this critical moment, without much
ceremony, the sea captain introduced himself
to the master of the packed and said "I beg
of you to let me take the command." The
master instantly yielded to his request, and di
rected his hands to obey this stranger.
The Captain took his stand, made a few
pertinent remarks tocalnp the minds rthe
sailors, and then gavethe words of command in
technical terms, peculiar to his profession.
They got the vessel under control, and were
soon making their way ahead. The captain
continued to watch the motion of the ship, ex
pressed his solicitude by occasionally repeat
i-. . i i .,; ar.u Cri;c, :..., ;.. m with a nnn, moderate tone of yoire, steady
But there was only one flight of stairs going in-. ' , . . v
to the chamber and these from the bark part oys-steady; md m a short time, they
of the house, where the smoke and heat had i f ""J? at thcir mlenc.d haven. I he
- REPLY. i
Iiv-ti r .n. T r r rl nr va fli var!i: tn tliil
i . I., i 1. ki .".! 'sunk.
leiier wnicii you nuu uiu goouiifsb. to cuiiuhu-j
nicatc to me, and beg you to accept for your
selves the assurance of rny sincere regard, and
Jiiy cordial lhahks for the very kind and flat
tering manner in which 3-011 have been pleased
to discharge your trust.
I am, verv respectfully, -your obedient ser
vnnt. MARTIN VAN BUREN.
London, February 24, 1832.
Messrs. Gideon Lee, Myer Moses; W.P.Hallett.
LONDON, February 24th, 1832.
GfcXTBESiEXI ftave-' been honored with
your kind lctforbf the 1st instant, communica
ting to me the sentiments of a public meeting
of my fellow citizens on the subject of the re
jection by the Se na to of my nomination as
Minister to this country.
Having always observed, on the part of the
Republicans of the city of New York, a frank
nnd fearless independence of opinion, and a
disinterested regard to truth and justice in their
stimatc and support of public men, I have
.looked to their approbation with solicitude as a
t literion of conduct, anel have received the tes
timonials of respect with, which they have oc
casionally honored mo, with correspondent sa-
i refaction, but never with such deep felt sensi
I bility, as in the present instance. Sevcrod for
; ibe-first time from mycountry and friends, and
; placed in a conspicuous situation among stran-
ere, in aforeign landadvaritage has been taken
uf uy position, to level at me a shaft intended
io wound me to the quick, and to humiliate me
in the eyes of tho Government and Nation, with
I whom I was to treat, and to Vvhom I was, as!
v et, but littlo known. Thanks to the generous
and warm hearted promptness of my fellow
I'.itizens of New York, the same moment that
brought me the poisincd shaft of my enemies,
brought also the missive of my friends, "with
healing on its wings." Vhei you inform your
constituents of this circumstance, they will at
once perceivc how well timed and effectual has
been their assurance of sympathy, esteem and
confidence, and how deeply it must have sunk
into my heart.
In testifying to my public conduct, they arc
pleased to speak with eulogism of me, ?s con
tributing while in thejCabinet," to the success
of the present Administration. That signal
success, I feel called upon to declare, is pre-
vmmently ttue to the pplitical sagacity, unwea
rying. industr-, and .upright straight-forward
policy pf our present venerated Chief. All the
humble merit I can claim, is that of having ex
. !rted myself to the utmost to execute his pat
riotic and single hearted views, and of having
sacrificed allersonal Considerations to ensure
tneir succcs?, when threatened with cxlransous
ThaVmy exertions were arduous, painful
and incessant, I mayrAvithout Tanity, assert
whether my sacxificcs re not beeii
vjth unmerited detraction and reproach I leave!
X $ my countrymen to determine. Still', I shall '
Yrcr regard ray situation in that Cabinet, as one
f the most fortunate events of my life, placing
jr.c as it did in close ami familiar relations with
one who has well been described by IIr. Jcffer--n
?r? 4pos?T5sing jnorr ofine Roman in his
one of the daughters, who had probably get to
tho foot of the stairs, cry rather! lather!!
From the Raleigh Register. anj onc ov two picking screams came down
CENTRAL RAIL ROAD, NO. HI. i from a remote chamber, into which the other
!. , in 1 1.. . r l
& 1, The cost of the Rail Road is not money o nau neu as a immiemarj lemge iron, uie
in the road, to be returned only in tolls :J,urMm,B . ' " :
the promts of transportation, the mere few minutes with his ladder, and by ths help
constructing would create such a demand fori 01 turner. 10 uie winuow 01 ti e room unere
produce, materia sand abor.irivc such a free! 1S "g-rs imu r' ' p
r..i: . . 1 , . ... i :
become lntolprnble. lie ran to the him for a 1 1 1 i i 1
Wl - he was cone the mother heard ! ' Via" UX,U.
' J l A1 Il urn W- - t A riiri wr. T--lVirt-tlrk -i- s. w-
ittaurii n ujuv ucii r v ai ua wjc iuu ut;uuu
from this occurrence. In all our concerns
in life, get the vessel well under sail to
wards the right port, with a good captain io
command her, and let steady, boys! be the
watchword. Fssex Gazette.
NEWBERN PRICES CURRENT
.1 7 . I L . 1 - . I 'j. ... -
and ample currency to money, and such activi-: inem ouir.e aeara no i-uc; mm u wa un-
fv in hiu nPSR. nc won r almr.st, rpimhnrsft thr posbioiu lOi oiui iw cutci. x ui. ucusc r.x.oivc
- v. ' " - , , 1 ,1 . ,
stockholders living within striking distance of; llrca on u approacning uaiin., wa pourea
O O . i; f 1 - ,1J ,, . n ..- TT- 1,. '
the road, were it never to be used, or produce!11110 Illb act nt ' wu,lu "Ul iaiVv- lK
any toll at all. This portion is not paradcai-j the window fall, came down to his wife, and
cal or false, but Conformable to established said' " 0lir children arc gone they are (.cad
axionjs of political economy founded on the'we must takc r,are of ollr vnrnVvcs
experience of all public expenditures. Evenjwhat lew articles we can. I he neighbours
the expence of wars, so far as the money ex-were in a few mnutcs on the spot : but came
pended is concerned, political writers say, mid ; t0 lalte to anora any iwi.eiiai renei.
CORRECTED EVERY TUESDAY.
CORN, b'bl. quantity,
CORN MEAL, bushel,
CORDAGE, cwt. -COTTON,
COTTON BAGGING, Hemp, yd.
FLOUR, Rochester, bbl.
, Baltimore, do.
, North Carolina,
s from Beau- - tne ha(l (Pcrf,aPs embracing cacn other laiien
of) files' 0f ! down from tl.-: remote chamber into which
died the -ay ': tncr ia( ec rom tneir ov, n' ' vc man wnom
best kind is? mentioned as residing in the family,, most
T .1 .1 !
all experience shows, almost compensates by tne morning me reacs oi uiose unioriunaie
its diffusion and effects; for the taxes it draws I siters wce fo"ectcd frogn the smouldering
to defray it. The Rail-Road then, would half: ruins a few bones or rather cinder oT one, in
enrich those near it in its construction, before jthc cellar' under e place where the foot of
i. n,.W ri.bPfl t)pm W u .,,. the chamber stairs had been, and what remain-
- - ?"V . . J . . L A I. - nL.-. - n. I r v-v S rt, w t v r I h lnr T "W- t t
& 2. In no spot of the world, could a Rail! cu m uu ViIlVi lwu ia uai l"S""- lahi., m.
Road be so cheardv constn.ptPfT : fror, ,.,. : they had (perhaps embracing each other) fallen LEATHER, Sole
fort to Smithneld, or to within
Raleigh. Nature has nearly leve
to our hands, and timber of thp
on the spot. At this moment, timber is being i narrowly escaped with his own life, - but was
tiansported from North-Carolina to construct utterly unable to afford the least assistance to
the Baltimore and Ohio Rail-Road. The iron ftcrs. The collection of people at the funeral
might and would be imported, by permission, i to"aay was yei7 Srcat aml ?oulnn- At tne close
Ol me service uie oercavfu iauier rose anu
while bowed down under the heavy weight
which had been laid upon him, blessed God for
the consolation thai-he was still allowed to en-.
He said he trusted that his three daugh
A ' 1 T
free of duty but I doubt the good policy of
this, though I know it would be practised. It
would carry so much money out of thexountrv
that would be better expended at home, to
foster our own industry and increase wealth
and capital where it would always be available j ters wbo kad been 50 suddcnl" removed from
for individual or public purposes. Even though hirn' were all of them truly pious ; they had
our domestic iron should cost more, it is of
better quality, the profit of manufacture would
be our own country's, and the stockholders
of the Rail-Roads themselves would be more
than reimbursed in the diffusion of the money
andthe creation of business and capital at home.
If expanded in Lincoln, Surry, Rockinham, or
other parts of our country, it would go to pro
mote our own wealth, and would return with
interest into our own pockets. The wealth of
one man of business is the wealth of all his
neighbors. The nominal ccst therefore of the
domestic iron would not be the true calculation
of expense according to the principles of the
nrsi Beeiion 01 mis number. Other opinions I
know, are to some extent, at present, fashion
able, but it is not necessary for my purpose
now to combat them.
$ It is objected that Beaufert (proposed to
be our mart) is a small town, without business
or captital, and it is asked, what would a Rnil
Road do there? I would answer this question
by propounding others. What did Norfolk,
when th Canal and the improved navigation of
Roanoke gave her the Opportunities of business
and when she had not half a dozen solvent mer
chants ? What did Fayetteville, when the ab
sorbing of all the import trade by New-York
broke hcrrich Scotch merchants? Money always
came to meet the market, and money always
will come. The moment you send produce to
Beaufort, there will be money and .shipping to
meetit. Beaufort would spring up into a great
city, like a mushroom in a wet night. It is des
tined bv its situation and iocui advantages to be
one of the largest, wealthiest, and most desira-
oif townsin the Union.
often united with him in the worship of
God on earth, and he hoped yet to join with
them in everlasting adoration and praise before
his throne in heaven.
He uttered not a murmuring word ; but exhib
ited the same spirit as did Eli of old, who said,
'It is the Lord, let him do as sccmcth good
Blessed be God that we may hope it was so,
and that those piercing cries of father, father !
when it was impossible for their earthly parent
to help them, wero mercifully regarded by their
father in heaven, who undoubtedly terminated
their oodily sufferings, and received their li
berated spirits to the bosom of eternal love
and consolation. And from these ashes and
fragments too, we may hope that forms shall
yet arise, which shall bloom in immortal youth.
Blessed again, I say, be God lor all the rich
and everlasting consolations of the gospel.
As a warning to others, 1 should say ihat the
fire which laid this dwelling and one half of its
inmates in ashes, is supposed to have been
communicated from ashes put into a wooden
box in a shed adjoining the house.
ours, very affectionately,
Bradford, March 22d, 1 832.
Warning; A Fredonia (New York) paper says:
A cause was tried before a magistrate in this vil
lage last week, which it may be ppme benefit to make
public. The stage in passing the saw-mill at Silver
Creek, a few ddys since, struck against a saw log that
lay within the bounds of the highway, which threw
a passenger out and injured him severely. The
passenger prosecuted the owner of the log, and recov
ered fertr-vm dollar dama.''
IRON, Bar, American, lb.
Russia 5o Swedes, do.
Dressed, Neats do.
Calf SkinF, dozen,
LUMBER, Flooring, 1 inch, M.
Inch boards., ' - do.
Scantling, - do.
Square Timber, do.
Shingles, Cypres, do.
Staves, w. o. hhd. do.
Do. red oak, do. do.
Do. w. . bbl. do.
NAILS, Cut, all sizes above 4d. lh
4.1. and 3d. - do.
wrought, - - do.
NAVAL STORES. Tar, bbl.
Spirits Turpentine, gall.
Varnish, - " do.
OIL, Sperm. - - do.
Whale & Porpoise, do.
Linseed, - do.
PAINTS, Red Lead, lb.
White Lead, ground in oil, cwt,
PROVISIONS, Bacon, lb.
Pork, mess, do.
Do. prime, do.
Do. cargo, do.
SALT, T. Lland, bushel, quantity
Beaufort, do. (none.)
Liverpool, fine, do.
SPIRITS, Brandy, French, gall
Apple Brandy, do.
Peach do. do.
Rum, Jamaica, do.
Do. windward Isl'd do.
Do. New England, do.
Gin, HolL'Uid, do.
Do. American, do.
STEEL, German, - lb.
English, blistered, do.
SUGAR, Loaf, - do.
RAISINS, SEGARS, fcc.
tj hah boxes box Raisins,
Spanish Segars cf best c.ualitv, ia
half and quarter boxes, . '
Loaf Sugar of superior quality,
1 hhd. superior Old Antgua Rum,
Received this day, per schooner PersevK
rence, and for sale by
JOSEPH M. GRANADE, &Co,
Newbern, 28th March, 1632.
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA, i
County Court of Pleas and Quarter-Session?
February Term, A. D. 1832.
Dexter Burns i
vs. Original Attachment.
Jacob J. Doty S
T appearing to the satisfaction of the-Court
that the Defendant is not an inhabitant oi'
this State : It is ordered, That publication lc
made for six weeks in the North Carolina Sen
tinel, that said defendant appear before the
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Onslow
County, at the Cxurt House in Onslow, on the
first Monday of May next, and replevy or plead
to jssue, or Judgment final will be rendered
AttesU DAVID W. SANDERS, Ckry:
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA.
COURT OF PLEAS AND QUARTER SES
February Term, A. D. 1832.
George Br an, John M. Bryan,
Johnson Bryan, Elizabeth Clifton, j
Jesse Noble and Rachel his wife, Petition for
vs. division of
John Holloway, Bryan Hollowav, Slav
ml f -
Samuel Smith and Mary his wife &l
T appearing to the satisfaction of the Ccu.t
that the defendants reside bevond the limits
of the Slate of North Carolina, It is ordered.
That publication be made in tho North Caro
lina Sentinel, for live weeks, successively, that
the said John Holloway. Bryan Holloway.
Samuel Smith and Mary his wife, and Winni
fred Holloway, appear before the Court of
Pleas and Quarter Sessions of Craven Countv,
at lite Court-house in Newbern, on the -second
Monday in May next, and plead, answer or
demur to said petition, otherwise, die same
will be taken pro confesso, as to then!, ;i.d
Attest, ' J. G. STANLY, Cirri:.
WHISKEY & APPLE BKANDY
bbls. old Mononjjahela Whiskey.
1 bbl. Veiy Superior old ditto
4 bbls. Apple Brandy, (,
Received this day by schooner Lima '
Baltimore, and for sale by
JOS. M. GRANADE, & Co.
Nev:ber nt 2d April.
Remaining" in the Ntisbern Post Office, Apri'
K. F.lisha Arnold, Lemuel And rev i, Capt. Asa Ai.
t tinny, J. Avkroyi'.
B --Chrit'oplicr Brock, RcvM. R. 5. Bker (2). iol-n-son
Brj an. I heopl.il Brown, Wm. C. lirmller (-), lir
R. C fcjr.ni, Ttiog Birmingham, R. Brrrv, IS G. B oufit,
Mr Mitrv Ann Barrow, John Ksckluuf Mn.
j Poli B'Kfc-n. B. A Bui im.n, Lu'til. JS. ! Bufoid, J.
i Bri.trtln .
C. T (i. Carman. S. W. Coo!-.. K. CUrk, B. Ch;.a
Muia Cook. Thot. Cnlbum. J. Al. Cnli.ns Mist Sut.au
Aiim Cai-.away, W. D. Chadwick, J C. Cole (2), James
B. Cam. v. (-hurch Chapman.
I). Wm. Dongal! Mn Elix C Dixon (2).
E Mm. A. Lamnnson (2), Miss W. W.Ernul,Jon
Ehsi.ij. F retina 'i Jiis.
TF. Be- jnmin Fianiier, John W F r . KlizibM'i
Forbes, T,o. J FoMvirllr, Da'ul D Frtor.-.Vm. Frl.
wnlcr, Capt. ZeimU.n Farren, Mi-s E!i7.lf ih Foscae-
G Amos Cukin, Ozi Gilbert, E. Griffith,
Ann Gskins, Mrs. Sarah Goidston, Mr. K GiH,
Stuftn (ii-n, Farr'ifold Grem. Mi.? Harriet A. Grreif
H ir J, r.ugi,. ?, Jams Howard. F '.arris, R- IaI
sty (2), Josenhu Ha!. Dr. W.J. Hmiu.
J Jainps Jones, Henry Jacob!.. John Ives, Kg-
Jones. A. Jacob, oh
K. Charles Kcllv, Gorg' Kinnev, Stephen Kincy.
E- Lemuel I.awcn.
M. Tame McKay, F Morris. Dr. Mares, Miss 5rift
Miller, Richard Mcilwain, J. B. Mta-s. Rev. lh s. Men
dith. George Merrick, Guilford Murphy. Win McCoy.
N.-H .'.ewion, J. J. Nelson, W. M. Kelsan, Itev- "
V: Austin Prescoit, M$ IE Pr.Jk. Mrs. L Polk, Wm.
Palmar, Moses Payne, Mtcxat l Powers. Mrs .Aim tfl
R J. H. R cha'rdson. Sam!. Read, John G- Roe, Mr8'
Mary Rhem, George Roe, Mrs Sidney R c
5. George Sinclair, Israei Sheldon, J a,nP,,," V
Aneta Sp .rrov. Samuel Stewart, Arthur pock. Clifforo
F Simpson, C-pt. G. Smith, D. Shin-, P. P. kdlnion,
Johu D. Smith. S cr-Irv of St Jotin's Lodge
T. Jonas B. Thomas Elijah Taylor, R. N-T0"8,
, V EdVard Vail, Jhn IV. Vail
W Eldr Darid Wh:tford, B ctou Walkins, JordoD
A. Wright A. J. Warrick, Mrs Margaret W WiiliataiOB.
THOMAS WATSON, VlL-
BACON, PORK. LARD,
ITVlfNTrVbs. new Bacon, assor
oWvllWted, of primciiuahty,
50 bbls. ; rime Pork,
23 mess do.
50 kcffs(30to 40 lbs. -each) prime leaf Lard,
6 firkins good Goshen Butter,
Fresh Hyson, Gunpowder and Imperial Tea?.
5 bbls. Lump and Loaf Sugars,
2hhds. good New Orleans do.
12 'prime retailing Molasses,
1 tierce superior Neuvitas Honey,
12 bags prime green St. Domingo CoTee,
12pieces43inch heavy Dundee Hemp Baggie
10 coils Bale Rope,
10 doz. . Beer's" long bright bitted Axes,
For sale by , , rn
JOSEPH M. GRANADE. & Co.
Newbern, Mareh 7, 1832.