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LIBERTY.. ..THE CONSTITUTION.. ..UNION.
NjjVBgllFBIPAY. OCTOBER 12, 1832.
BY THOMAS WATSON.
Three dollars per annum payable in advance
No p iper will be discontinued (but at the dis
t retion oi the Editor) until ail arrearages have been
pi id up.
BY AUf HORIT Y .
JSTew Saddlery, &c.
rrnjHE Subscriber has just returned from
LL Philadelphia with a large addition to his
former stock of goods.
Having selected the articles himself, and
nurchased them on the best terms, they who
fXr Remittances by mail will be guarantied by wjsh to DUVj will find it advantageous to give
him a call.
His assortment being very extensive, Coun
try Saidlers can be supplied with almost every
article in the line, at a moderate advance on
The following articles comprise part of his
Carriage and Gig Harness,
Gig and Cart Collars,
Saddles and Bridles, Saddlebags,
Cart Saddles, and Saddle Trees
Plated and Common Harness Mounting,
Stage Harness, Cotton and Worsted Webbing,
Gig Trimmings, Whips, Spurs,
Travelling Trunks, and Bags assorted,
Black, Red, and Green Morocco,
Hog skins, Dressed Goat skins,
Soal Leather, Calf and Seal skins,
Black Varnish, Walking Canes,
Swords, Pistols, Epaulets, Drums, &c. &c.
He has on hand a few neat and light made
Dearborns, and several Copper Stills and
i August 31, 1832.
I W.-i OF THE UNITED STATES PASSES AT THE FIRST
SLSSION OP THE TWENTY-SECOND CONGRESS.
T ACT to provide for the appointment of a
'Commissioner of Indian Affairs, and for other
lie it cj&ctcd by the Senate end House of
Representatives of the United .States of Ameri
ca in Congress assembled, That the President
shall appoint, by and with the advice and con
tent of the Senate, a Commissioner of Indian
affairs, who shall, under the direction of the
Secretary of War, and agreeably Tto such reg
ulations as the President may, from time to
lime, prescribe, have the direction and manage
ment of all Indian Affairs, and of all matters
hritfingoutof Indian relations, and shall receive
a salary of three thousand dollars per annum.
t ; ,Sec. 2. And belt further enacted, That the
Secretary of War shall arrange or appoint to
ihV office the number of clerks necessary there
fur, so as not to increase the number now em
ployed ; and such sum as is necessary to pay
the" salary of said commissioner for the year
one tnousanu eitnu mmurtu auu um ij - v,
A T a meeting- of the Commissioners of
ie Town of Newbern. held October 3d.
sh.il r be, and the same hereby is,' appropriated :t was
.out o' any money in the 1 reasury.
' Sec. 3. And oe it further enacted, That, all
accounts and vouchers for claims and disburse
ments connected with Indian affairs, shall be
transmitted to the said commissioner for ad
ministrative examination, and by him passed to
;he proper accounting officer of the Treasury
Poparlmeut for settlement ; and all letters and j
jiacliiijres to and from the said commissioner,
touching the business of his olfice, shall be free
1 1 1' postage.
Sec. i. And be it further enacted, That, no
i:r.!ent spirits shall be hereafter introduced, un
der any pretence, into the Indian country.
tiv.v. 5. And be it further enacted, That, the
Secretary' of War shall, under the direction of
die President, cause to be discontinued, the servi
. i ut -iich agents, sub-agents, interpreters, and
, t li;ii':cs, as may, from time to time, become .
.iiiiuvcssai v, in consequence ot the emigration
of.th? Indians, or other causes.
' ,v- --icr of the House of Representatives
.1. C. CALHOUN
Y ':r. President of the United States and
President of the Senate,
Apnroved, July 9,
Resolved, That the Ordinance of August
10th, 1832, prohibiting all persons lrom enter
ing Town by land, who had not been absent at
least ten days from any place infected with the
prevailing epidemic, be, and the same ns here
i Ordered, That all vessels having any sick
ness on board, shall he subject to the Quaran
tine Laws, as now in force ; and vessels whose
crews and passengers are in good health, will
be allowed to approach to the Channel Stakes,
off Union Point, there to await the arrival of
the Port Physician, under a penally of one
i Bv order of the Board,
' JAMES HAY WARD, Clerk.
SYLVESTERS, 130 Broadway, N. Y.
MORE GLORIOUS THAN EVER!
ANOTHER $30,000, SOLD BY SYLVESTER. ! ! !
t"N tho New York Lottery, drawn the 29th
. of August, Combination 23, 28, (53, the
capital prize of $30,000, was sold in a icholc
ticket, by the " all lucky Sylvester " this Is as
it should be : and Sylvester begs to assure his
Country Friends and Patrons, that he waits
but their orders, to sell the Capitals in many
of the brilliant schemes which are drawn week
ly in the City of New York, and he would par
ticularly call their attention to the brilliant -af
fair, to be drawn on the 17th of October next.
Capitals, 650,000, $25,000, 810,000, 88,000,
&cc. Tickets only $10. This is beyond com
parison, the greatest scheme ever issued by
the Managers. And in addition to the great
variety of tickets, which Sylvester has for
sale, either by the package, single ticket, or
share, he, the " all lucky Sylvester" has
formed a club of 1000 whole tickets, in order
that all his friends may have an opportunity
of participating in the extraordinary good for
tune which attends his office.
Persons remitting $80, can have a certifi
cate fullv guaranteed by the Managers, and
thus obtain a very excellent share of every
Capital in the Wheel! All who are in the
practice of purchasing, will at once appreciate
the great superiority of this mode ot ventur
ing. All orders must be addressed to
S. J. SYLVESTER, 130 Broadway,
And are then sure to meet with prompt at
New York, Sept. 14, 1832. tO!7
AS WT to authorize the President of the Uni
te ! Slates to direct transfers of appropria-
1 1 1 4
turn:- in--t.no naval service, miner certain cir
v He. 'u enacted by the Senate a 7id House, of
!iepresrnta!-ircs of the United States of Ameri-
'. Congress assembled, That upon the ap
plication of the Secretary of the Navy, the Pres
i ant of the United States shall have authority,
v. hcuevrr in his opinion, the unforeseen con
tip.i; urif s of the public service may require it,
m .;ire t that a part of the money appropriated
fr.i p lr'.iciitar branch of the naval service be
; -:! si : 1 jo another branch of the, said serviccT
i.i which case, a special account of the moneys
Iius transferred, and of their application, shall
hv laid before Congress before its adjournment,
if then in session, and during the first week of
the next ensuing session, if such transfer be
made in the recess of Congress.
This Act shall continue in force until the close
of the next session of Congress and no longer.
A rntov ed, July 3, 1832.
William Mary College.
jTRHE Lectures in this institution will
i Li commence as usual, on the last Monday
in October. The Faculty 'are not authorized
to permit a Student to board out of College,
except on the written request of the parent or
guardian a condition that will notbe dispensed
with in any case. No more is to be piid for
board, including lodging, washing, fuel, can
dles, attendance, &c. than 120, oi which one
half is to be paid when the Student enters Col
lege, and the other half at the expiration of
half the term. Expenses as iollows: r or
board $120 matriculation fee $5 fees to the
Professors in the Junior Course $70 in the
Senior Course $60 These fees are to be paid
The Law Lectures will be continued to the
end of the term, and the necessary expenses of
the Student, including board, fee to the 1 ro-
CATCH THE SWLNDLER!
OSN Wednesday, the 22d inst. I hired my
4J horse and single gig to a man by the name
of Joseph Fanning, of Tyrrel county, but late
of Edenton, a shoemaker by trade, to go to
Plymouth. He stated that he would be back
early on Thursday morning, but has not ye
returned. He has not been at Plymouth ;
TTT7ILL be sold at the Court-House in
Newbern, on Thursday the 18th of
October next, the following Property, viz:
Part of Lots No. 91 and 93; it being 214
eet on Hancock-street, and 90 feet on Pollok-
street, containing the Custom House, an Office,
and Stables. Half of Lot No. 82 on Hancock
street, the former residence of F. Hawks. 67
leet of Lot No. 9G on Pollok-street, with a
good dwelling and out houses. Lot No. 85 on
Broad-street, with a large commodious dwel-
xvueaen, smokehouse and Stable, oppo
site J oseph Bell's Hotel. Part of Lot No. 64,
near tne LOurt-Uniic tvi:j.ii
part of Lot No. 51 on Craven-stePt.
THREE HUNDRED and Tivpnlv Ars
of Land on the North side of Trent ronH. .hn..t
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seven miles from Newbern. TWO HUN
DRED and Fifty Acres on the South side of
tteusc road about six miles from Newbern:
Both ol these 1 racts are valuable for Turnen
une, lar, ana range lor Uattle.
TJGHT and ONE-THIRD acres of land,
(Marsh) near Swimming Point
NINE acres adjoining Dryborough, with a
comfortable dwelling and out houses. The
Plantation on Bachelor Creek containing five
hundred and sixty acres, of which about two
hundred and fifty acres are cleared. This plan
tation is truly deisrable not only on account of
the fertility of.the soil, but its proximity to na
vigable water and possessing a Mill-seat equal
perhaps to any in Craven County. '
EIGHTEEN LIKELY NEGROES,
And some Household FURNITRE of good
Terms of sale for the real estate :
Approved Ndles negotiable at the Bank of
Newbern, and renewable by paying one-eighth
of the original sum every ninety days until the
debt is reduced to one, hundred dollars -Or
Newbern Stock, if offered within a few days
Fifty Dollars Reward.
flT AN AWAY from the subscriber, living
in Perry Conntv, Alabama; on the 9th
of September, two Negro Men, named JIM and
JIM was formerly owned by Captain Sold
mon Dixon, of Portsmouth. He is of dark
complexion ; about six feet high, stout made,
34 or 35 years of age, and rather inclined to
be knockneed. He was raised to the water,
and will probably endeavor to pass for a sailor
BILL, the brother of Jim, is a Cooper by
trade, and was purchased of John B. Dawson,
of Craven county. Said negro is about five
feet five or six inches high 28 years of age,
and plays on the fiddle. .They will doubtless '
endeavor to return to Craven, where thcy
are well known and have connexions.
The abote reward will be paid to any per
son who will confine these runaways in Jail un
til I can obtain them, or twentyfive dollars
will be given for the safe ;cus tody of either of
Masters of vessels and others arc cautioned
from carrying away or harbouring the" abote
Perry County, Alabama, Sept. 20, 1832.
have heard of his having been on the road to
Washington, and afterward, on that to Tai bo- ater the sae? be received at $65 the share
rough. He is a clumsy built man, light hair, For the Negroes, Approved Notes negotiable
blue eyes,, and is supposed to be about 20 or 21
years of age, with little or no beard. Had on
when he went away, a white chip hat, brown
Holland jacket, and blue pantaloons and vest.
The horse is a small bay, stout built ; has a
white star on the forehead, and his hind fet
locks are scarred by wearing fetters. The gig
is painted black, has limber shafts and but one
step ;' the body is set upon iron goose neck
springs; the spatterboard is covered with coarse
canvass and has country handles.
I will erive reward of ten dollars to any
any person who will give me such information
lhat 1 may get the horse and gig again. ,
Address STARK W. SMITHWIClC
Martin county, N. C.
August 25th, 1832. '
at the Bank of Newbern, and payable in three
equal payments, every ninety days.
JNO. W. GUION, j? ,
JNO. COART. 5 x rs'
Newbern loth, Sept. 1832.
Office of the Commissioners under the
Act to carry into eff ect the Convention
Washington City, 18th Sept. 1832.
RDERED, Thatall persons haying claims
under the Convention between the Uni
ted States and his Majesty the King of the
French, concluded on the 4th of July, 1831,
do file memorials of the same with the Secret
ary of the Board. Every .memorial so filed,
smust be addressed to the Commissioners ; it
must set forth minutely and particularly the
facts and circumstances whence the right to
prefer such claim is derived to the claimant,
and it must be verified by his affidavit.
And in order that claimants may be apprised
JAMES CARNEY returns his sin
cere acknowledgments to the public of what the Board now considers necessary to
for the very liberal encouragement be averred in every such memorial, before the
fessor, and Matriculation lee, will oe jmo. vtMro VprovtA. and resDcctfullv same, will be received and acted on, it is further
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dious brick building, the property of shall be set forth,
Tlr. tWptpiiy. Rsn. noxtdoor to the building 1. For and in behali ot whom the claim is
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i i ne iirammar ocnooi o juhs uu. uiu
October Board for 10 months $100, and tui
don fee$20. , Sept 0, 1832.
rnHE subscriber having purchased the
LL Wharf and Warehouse foimerly
owned by Mr. Moses Jarvis, is prepared to
receive Produce or Goods on Storage. He
will also attend to the shipping of Produce, if
Newbern, Oct. 5th 1832.
JFTTHE undersigned have formed a Copart
Li nership for the purpose of transacting" a
general mercantile business at the Store lately
occupied by John Justice, dee'd, under the
firm of J. c. &, M. Stevenson.
J. C. STEVENSON.
M. STEVENSON, J'r.
Newbern, Oct. 4, 1832.
PROSPECTUS of a New Volume of the
I New York Mirror, a renositorv of Politp.
I Literature and the Fine Arts; embellished with
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spienuiu jLingravings on sieei, copper ana wood,
and with popular Music, arranged for the
Pianaforte, Harp, Guitar, fcc. &c. Geo. P.
Morris, Theo. S. Fay, Nathaniel P. Wills,
The first number of a new year (volume
tenth) will be issued on the 7th day of July
From the commencement of this paper, dur
humble endeavors have been unceasingly exer
ted to elevate the character of American peri
odical literature, and we trust that we have not
been altogether unsuccessful.
Our columns have been, and will continue
to be, principally filled with original matter.
Besides the writings of the Editors, we arc
honored with occasional contributions from a
list of nearly two hundrednative authors, which
embraces many of the most distinguished and
higly gifted literary men of the land
In addition to our foreign correspondence,
important sources are open to us for selections.
The flattering and general testimonials of wri
ters, and contemporary journals on both sides
of the Atlantic, warrant us in the assertion that
there is no work which gives such valuable
equivalents for the amount of subscriptions, or
which possesses mbre strong and undeniable
AX ACT to authorize the Legislature of the
Slate of Indiana to sell and convey certain
lands granted to said State for the use of the
lie it enacted by the Senate and House of
il'prfh'iitativcs of the United States of America
i;i Congress assembled, That the Legislature
of the Slate of Indiana be, and is hereby au
thorized to sell and convey, in such manner,
and on such conditions, as said Legislature shall
'direct, the following described tracts of land
heretofore granted and set apart for the use of
said State, namely : Sections numbered thir
teen progressively to ty six, inclusive; sec
thm sixteen excepte la iownship nnmbcred
two, north of range two, west ; and sections
numbered one to twelve progressively and in
clusive, in township one, north of range two
west ; and the nortiicast quarter of section num-
. be red fourteen, in township seven, north of
range two, west; an! the northeast quarter of
section numbered twenty-six, in township one,
north of range five, west; in the Vincennes dis
trict; likewise, section fiftecnin township two,
. north; of range four east, and fractional section,
numbered thirty-one, iii township nine, north
range two east, of the Jeifersonville. distriet ;
..5and to apply the proceeds of said sale to the
purposes of education: Provided, That the
Legislature shalj not authorize a sale, of the
sailand at a less price than that at which the
public lands re sold at private entry.
Approved, July 3, 1832.
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. f formerly occupied by the 15anK oi xxev.ocrii, on prcierreu.
eiCuem tM.Caaemy South-Front Street; where he is prepared to 2. Whether the claimant is a citizen of the
FTnilE first term of the academical year of accommodate Boarders by the month or day United Mates ol America ; ana n so, xvneuicr
JJLs this institution has just closed. The His table shall atall times be furnished with the he is a native or naturalized, and where is now
Ti0Tnpa'ii:itH nlpncnrp nnnmmpp tn thp. niihlic Kr.t thp t MnrltPt affords, and he pledges himscin his domicil ; it he claims in ins own ngni,
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. - . I . Till 1 a A 4- ho I a I, ... K 4 U -m hn -nm a mf 1 7on tt h on Inn nlni til I i . t . i a .
that the proficiency of the students assures that every exertion shall oe useu w mem mt umn- wuc uci uc o wi.vU .., .u, wu. Caimg to vne emcieni support oi tne Ameri-
them, they have not been deceived in their cs- approbation of those who may think proper to had its origin, ana wnere was inen nis aoroicu 4 can peope.
timate otUhe qualifications of the Instructors, patronize him. In the event ol a ftteamooai or 1 1 lie Claims inuie rii oi duumtr, uica Its steady
From what tbev have witnessed, durins the T.ine hein(r P.stnblished between this place and whether such other was a citizen when the n
- ii k,.: -H.T ' r it . i,l iVi'ic In, i hi! no, claim liiirl it nriffin. and where was then, and
examination oi tne young geniienii hi ua-a iorioiK, wnicn is conieiijiaicu, - iT j " i
various studies, the Trustees have no hesitancy from its size and situation, will be found to be where is now, his domicil.
in saying, that the Newbern Academy furnishes the most eligible for a Hotel, of any in town. 3 Whether the entire amount of the claim
every facility for a thorough acquaintance with There is an excellent whart convenient 10 does noWj ana ma at ine time wnen me ciaim
the Latin and feireek languages , and such a premises, and the rooms are large, comioriauic, naa- ;ts origin, belong soieiy ana ausoiuteiy to
c and well finished. Travellers are assured that lhe claimant ; and if any other person is or
knowledge of the English, as nrenares th
learner for the duties of the more laborious de- their horses will be well fed and carefully at
partments of life. The Trustees were highly tended to.
gratified in observing, that the young gentle Newbern, August 31, 1832.
Respecting the pay of the Marines.
Resolved, by the Sdnatc and House of Repre
sentatives of the United States of America in
Congress assembled,Tha.t the pay, subsistence,
emoluments, and allowancesof officers, non
commissioned officers, musicians and privates
of the United States Marine Corps, shall be the
same as they were previously to the first of
April, one thousand eighthundied and twenty
nine, and shall so continue until they shall be
altered by law.
Appioved,May 25, 132.
men were not superficial in their acquirements
but that they had made themselves thoroughly
acquainted with all the grouna over which they
had gone. The classes under the direction of
Mr. Jones, read Latin and Greek with facility
arid judgment ; they parsed and scanned with
correctness and promptness, lhe classes un
der the direction of Mr. Wadsworth, displayed
uncommon readiness in their replies to all the
questions proposed ; their knowledge offigures
did them much credit.
The Trustees are happy in stating that the
reputation of Mr. Jones, of the Classical De
nari mpn. and of Mr. Wadsworth, of the Eng
lish Department, has been well sustained by Old Madeira,
the very evident advancement of their respec- rlC0 ao
tiyc students in their different studies. rapies,
!Tbp npvt to,- will pnmmence on the first Lisbon,
t v a. V V A M. M M v - I m
Newbern.AiKr.Kt 3n.lRS2. Dry Malaga,
777, 7 Sherry,
10 journeymen Hoot tioemauers. Country.
r.. i,-ot if,pfii(rii. Liquors.
7U8WUI : ' - 1 Cogniac Brandy
Oct ... nrmun'Ti T A V Will I P J
-o. agCB, auu i4v.u. rior QUalil
oe given to tlirce or iuur
Sy oa,nTipab,Ie JOURNEYMEN BOOT 0ld Jamaica Rum,
vny&MAVL&tib. I hey are wantetl Superior Holland Gin,
immediately. Workmen in the country who old Monong. Whiskey
are desirous of securing a permancntand profi- N V. Rum
table situation, will do well to make early ap- Porter inqt.& pt.botlle
Newbern, September 15, 1832.
JOHN A. CRISPIN
fJTAS just returned from New York with a
U general assortment of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, CROCKERY
The f-Jloicmsr articles comprise apart of his Stock
Wines. I Fruits.
Champaigns, in qt. and Citron, turrams,
pt. bottles, j CUS
Loaf & Lump,
Brown, various qua!.
THE HIGHEST CASH PRICES
WILL be given for likely young Negroes of
both sexes, from one to 26 vcars nf ao-p
Buckwheat, Goshen Butler, Cheese,
Spanish & American Segars,su
verior Chewing Tobacco, fcc.
Which he offers low for cash or country produce
has been interested therein, or in any part
thereof, then who is such 'other person, and
what is, or was, the nature and extent of Ins
interest; and how, when, by what means,
and for what consideration the transfer of
rights or Interest, if any such were, took place
between lhe parties.
4. Whether the claimant, or any other who
may at any time have been entitled to the
amount claimed, or any part thereof, hath ever
received any, and if any, what sum of money
or other equivalent as indemnification for the
whole or any part of the loss or injury upon
which the claim is founded ; and if so, when
and from whom, the same was received
And that time may be allowed to the claim
ants to prepare and file the memorials above
mentioned, it is further
Ordered, That when this Bo8rd snail close
the "present session, it will adjourn to meet
again on the third Monday of December next,
at which time it will proceed to decide whether
the memorials which may have been filed with
the Secretary are in conformity to the forego
ing orders, and proper to be received for
examination, and to transact any other busi
ness that may come before it ; and that the
Secretary cause public notice hereof to be
given in the journals authorized to publish the
laws of the United States.
By order of the Board,
J. E. FROST, Sec.
PAMPHLETS, I BLANKS,
CIRCULARS, j CARDS, fcc.
at the Store on Pollok-street formerly occupied! neatly and expeditiously executed at
dy and marked improvement furnishes
a satisfactory pledge that its progress, in every
department, will keep pace with the in
crease of its already expensive circulation. W.c
have received the certain and gratifying evi
dences that it is read and approved by the most
intelligent classes throughout the U. States.
The embellishments for the 'tenth volume
will be of the most costly and beautiful kind,
consisting of full sized suner-roval ouarto plates.
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executed expressly for the work, by the best
artists. Besides the Vignette, thefe will be
four superb engravings issued during the year.
which if published separately, wouJu alone
equal the amount of subscription for the Mir
ror. As a guarrantee for the excellence of
this department, it has been placed under the
direction of Mr. R. W. Weir.
In addition to the above, there will be pub
lished a number of finely execnied Engravings
on wood, also drawn and engraved for the
work, and illustrative of curious and interes
Each number ofthe ensuing volume will con
tain a popular piece of Music, arranged -with
accompaniments for the pianaforte, harp, guitar,
&c. At the expiration of the year, these form
o valuable collection oflhe most choice and
rare pieces, which altho" occupying little more
than one sixteenth part of the work, could not
be purchased in any other way, except at a cost
far greater than that of the entire journal.
In short, the Mirror will contain everything
render it agreeable, instructive and interesting.
The Mirror is published every Saturday, at
the corner of Nassau and Ann streets. It is
elegantly printed, and is embellished, once eve
ry three months with a Splendid super royal
quarto Engraving, and every week with a popu
lar piece of Music. Fifty two numbers com
plete a volume of four hundred and sixteen large
pages, for which a beautiful engraved Vignette
Title Page, and a copious index are furnished.
The terms are $4 per annum, payable m all
cases in advance. New York June,
tTJr Subscriptions to JVSSSS
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