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NORTH CAE.OIilNA SEN TIN us ILi
-' - ' . .. ' l. Ml I
THR fIxTT-E'S RETURN.
Dear scene of my childhood! dear land of my home.
How gladly I hie o'er the ocean's white foam
How gladly I pass o'er the barkea""ftp,
Fori long to behold thee, greenJand of the. brave'.
I have been with the Gaul o'er his vine-covered
I have Wtfwith the Swiss in his ivy-clad fanes, .
With the Switzer I've climbed o'er his mountains; of
And heard the dread Avalanche thunder below.
I have knelt by the grave of the mighty-farmed Tell,
r . 1 J Inn s Iaap! i r Vi m n Prtlon'c" r r t h
jQVe Jltrcll ti Lily A- WOli WllllJ X U1U11U O VJVtvi
J have seen Russia's despot his.red sceptre wave
Then, then did I think on thee, land of the brave!
ITnheded I've passed o'er the Euxine's black strand,
Unheded I've passed through hot Araby's sand,
I Jnmindful I' ve passed by the great Prophet's grave
. For thou Wert far dearer, green land of the. brave.
I've feasted in Persia's magnificent halls,
I've wandered alone by her wild" water-falls,
I've worn .the bright diamonds of Orman's green sea
B ut the trefbld-of Erin was dearer to me. .
Ah VtV. I have been in the vale of Cashmeer,
"Whose waters received a poor want ere s-W .
Thru the wide world I've wandered o'er mountain
and wave , , , ri1 , ,
But ne'er found thy equal, green land of the brave!
Then Erin, receive me, a wandering child. . 4
Who fled from the home of his lather's exiled ;
O Erin! receive him, allot him a grave, -Let
him rest in thv bosom, green lnd oi the brave! ,
Aug. 15th, 1832.'
TAIIiOR AND HABIT MAKER,
7TJ) ESPECTFULLY informs the public that
UaX he has commenced the tailoring business,
onMiddle Street, two doors South of Dr. Boyd's
office, where he intends carrying it on in all its
various branches. He has made arrangements
to receive regularly the latest fashions from
New York and Philadelphia, and will spare no
pains to render satisfaction to ail who may
please to favor him with their custom He has
acquired the most approved mode of cutting,
and he'pledges himself to execute all orders
in his line with neatness, ability and despatch.
His prices will be moderate. Orders from a
distance will be promptly and faithfully execu
ted. -Newbern, Oct. 1852.
FLOUR AND MESS PORK.
rV BBLS. and 10 Half Bbls. New York Western
-? Canal FLOUR,fresh ground from new Wheat, I
.15 Bbls. Mess Pork, New York city inspection, re
ceived this day per schooner Susan Mary, and for
sale by jus. m ukajnade, & Co.
Newbern, Sept. 4th 1832.
Office of the Commissioners ibidcr the
Act to carry into ejf ?ct tli c .Convention
Washington City,. 18th Sept. 1832.
TTVRDERED, Thatall persons having claims
VAlj under the Convention between the Uni
ted States and his Majesty the King of the
French, concluded on the 4th of July, 1831,
lofile memorials of the same With the Secret
ary of the Board. Every memorial so filed,
must 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
of what the Board now considers necessary to
he averred in every such memorial, before the
same will be received and acted on, it is further
Ordered, That in every such memorial it
shall be set forth,
1. For and in behalf of whom the claim is
2. Whether the claimant is a citizen of the
I 'inted States of America; and if so, whether
he- is a native or naturalized, and where i now
Iris domicil ; if he claims in his own right,
then whether hevas a citizen when the claim
had its origin, and where was then his domicil ;
or if he claims in the right of another, then
'whether such other was a citizen when the
claim had its origin, and where was then, and
where is now, his domicil.
3. Whether the entire amount of the claim
does now, and did at the time when the claim
Itad its origin, belong solely and absolutely to
the claimaut ; and if any other person is or
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 his
interest ; and how, when, by what means,
and for what consideration the transfer of
-rights or interest, if any such were, took place
between the 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 Board snail close
ihe present session, it will adjourn to meet
again on the third Monday of December next,
at which time it will proceed to decide whether
"monais which may have been filed with
v are in conformity- to the forego
ing orders, and
proper to be received for
examination, and to transact anv nthr hmri.
ness nat may come before it ; and that the
secretary cause public notice Sreof to be
given in the lournals amlw; ,. , ,
faws of the United States! ' d l pubhsh the
By order of the Board,
J gROST. Sec.
THE HIGHEST CSH pif
iioegi cniuriiKtiy young Negroes fo
156th sexes, from one to 26 years of a)rP
JXeiv Cheap Dry Goods.
fTpfllE subscriber has just arrived from New
JUL York with a new and well selected as
AMONG WHICH WILL BE FOUND
Blue, black, and mix'd Cloths,
Cassimere and: Sattinets,
Red, white, green, and yellow Flannels,
n.i'j ku.i. klnt Gro de iNaps,
Figur'd, changeable and watered, do. cm
BlSck Sarsnets, Levantine & Sattin Levantine,
Cashmere, Merino, & TiibVR0:VlS'
Printed Merino, Gauze, & V B. Hhkfs,
Lace & Muslin Capes fc Chemizettes,
Ladies' Cravats & Tippets,
Bobinet Laces, Inserting fc Footings,
Thread Laces, Edgings fc Insertmgs,
4-4, 5-4, 6-4 & 12-4 plain Bobinets,
T inen Cambric, and Cambric Hhkfs.
Irish Linen, Lawns & Diapers,
English &. French Merino Cloths,
Merino Circasians, Bombazettes,
Very superior black Italian Silks,
Cambric, Jaconet & Mull Muslin,
Plain and figur'd Swiss and Book do.
French Calico &, Merino Ginghams,
Calicoes, Ginghams Vestings, &c.
Color'd Cambrics, Camblet Plaid,
Bleached and brown Shirtings,
Checks, Bedticking, s
And a variety of other articles all of which
will be sold at the? lowest cash prices, at his
Lore nearly opposite the Bank of Newbern.
J. VAN SICKLE.
Newbern, Oct. 10, 183i.
Fifty Dollars Reward.
nj) AN AWAY from the subscriber, living
JLlAi in Perry County, Alabama, on the 9th
of September, two Negro Men, named JIM and
JIM was formerly owned by Captain Solo
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 they
are well known and have connexions.
The above reward will be paid to any per
son who Will confine these runaways in Jail un
til I can obtain them, or twenty-five dollars
will be given for the safe custody of either of
Masters of vessels and others are cautioned
from carrying away or harbouring the above
Perry County, Alabama, Sept. 20, 1832.
JAMES CARNEY returns his sin
cere acknowledgments to the public
for the very liberal encouragement
South-Front Street ; where he is prepared to
nccnmrnnilntp Rnnr.'lr-ra hv tho mnntli r- tlnir'
he has heretofore receive!, and resnectfullv :
inform tho.m that he ha-'takc-n that larnn and i entertaining to the lover of knowledge, and ! ,
- -i. i i i m i r' science, literature, and noveltv Good ?fnn- nsncn a numoer ot nnely executed
rnmmnr imis brick bmltiintr. the nronortv nf j mudiuit, anu noeiiy. uoou sian- r
John iWrP.iT. Pen npvt rlnnr to tho buiidinnr dard novels, aud other workr, now out of print, i 011 wood, a so drawn and engrav
c t-.-t,' t.. .ul ti. 7trli.. 'r'mavalso occasionally be re-produced in ouriwork and illustrative of curious
His table shall at all times be furnished with the 01 lamiiies, tliat they neeii nave no uread oi in
best the Market affords, and he pledges himself : trd"cing the " Select Circuiting Library" in
that every exertion shall be uscH to merit the ! lhe" 'domestic circle, as the gentleman who
approbation of those who may think proper toJims iven uie eunoria. uuues, 10 i uerary
patronize him. In the event of a Steamboat
the most eligible for a Hotel, of any in town.
There is an excellent wharf convenient to the
premises, and the rooms are large, comfortable,
and well finished. Travellers are assured that
their horses will be well fed and carefully at
Newbern, August 31, 1832.
Remaining in the Newbern Post-Office Oct. 1, 1832.
G. W. Avant, Amos Amyett, Mrs. Eunice Arch-
B. W. H. Bowne, Silvester Brown, Abner Brick-
house, Wm, A. Baker, Mrs. Mary Backies, Jacob
Burch, Joseph Berry, Mrs. Nancy Burnhani, Stephen
Butler, Nelson Brown, E. C. Bellamie, Brice Battle.
C. H. B. Groom, Rebecca Cadet. John Carmalt,
John Collins, George Cooper, Moses Canaday, Miss
'Harriet Caswell, John Carroll.
D Dr. Ranholph Dick, Mrs. Rhoda Davis, Wm.
Dove, Wm. Dunn. .
E. Miss Sally Ellis, Mrs. Ascenith Edmonson.
F. Stephen B. Forbes, 2, Bennett Flanner, John
H. James Hamontree, Shadrac Hataway, George
A. 1 :all, 1" rednck Hanctcock, Mrs. Ji,. Holiday, Rose
Howard, John D. Howe &-Co., R. Halsey, 'Wm. J.
Hnchins, John Hayward. Juno Hamilton, B. B.
Hawks, Mrs Eunice Hunt, David Harrison.
J. Jordf T. Janeau.
K. John G. Kincey.
M. Wm. Muse. Rich'd Mcllnaise, John Merritt,
H. M. Miller, Alex'r Miller, Mrs. L, dia Moore, VV m
Moore, Mrs. T. Manning, Wm. McCIoud, Benjamin
Mason. Ephriam Milson, Wm. b. Morris.
N. Miss Susan F. Nelson, Thosl H: Nelson, li.
O. Newton, R. N. Nailer. . .
O. Mre. A Ormsbee, John Oliver, John M. Oliver,
John J. Oliver. Joseph Oliver 5, Miss Caroline Oliver.
P. Levi Porter.
R. Mrs. Eliz. Richardson, John H. Richardson,
James P. Ryall, James G. Rowe, Isaac1 C. Rue, Hen
ry Rains, George Reid.
S. Joseph Shute, Jeremiah Mastin, or Samuel
Fisher; Sheriff of Craven County, John C. Smith,
Fred'k. Smith, Sec'y- St. John's Lodge, R. Stewart
& Co., WTm. Stephens, C. V. Swan, James Shaw.
T. R. Tread way, James Taylor, Miss Eliz. Tur
ner, James B. Turner.
W. Rev. Sam'l. Wait, John S. Whitehead, Ste
phen Willis, Levi Wright, Jas. Weddell, Ephriam
Willis, Rio-don Wilson, Nelson B. White.
THOMAS WATSON, P. M.
NEATLY AND EXPEDITIOUSLY EXECUTED AT
c or THE SENTINEL.
Line being established between this place and j I'""1"11", IIC l" """f La" CA
Norfolk, which is conlemnWl. this huihlintr. 1 tended ana moral community, and of tte con
c. : ,i .. i r j . i? iseouences, detrimental or otherwise, that will
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cularly to those who reside in retired situations
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umns on a page, and mailed with great care so
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companied with a Title page and Index.
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tances. Subscribers living near agents, may pay
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uated may remit the amount to the subscriber
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tract. Subscribers' names should be immediately
orwarded, in order that the publisher mav
know how many to print of the future num
bers. ADAM WALDIE.
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Subscription receivpd t th Offiro nr
fTTHE subscriber having purchased the
JJ 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 rroduce, it
Newbern, Oct. 5th 1832. ,
PTTHE undersigned have formed a Copart-
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. & 31. Stevenson.
J. C. STEVENSON,
M. STEVENSON, J'r.
Newbern, Oct. 4, 1832.
mROSPECTUS of a New Volume vf the
XjLT New York Mirror, a repository of Polite
Literature and the Fine Arts; embellished with
splendid Engravings on steel, copper and wood
arfd with popular Music, arranged for the'
Piana.orte, Harpl Guitar, &c. occ. Geo. F.
Morris, Theo. SJ Fay, Nathaniel P. Wr H,
The first number of a new year (volume
tenth) will be issued on the 7th day of July
From the commencement of this paper, our
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 are
honored with occasional contributions from a
list of nearly two hundrednative authors, which
embraces m any 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 side
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 more strong and undeniable
claims to the efficient support of the Ameri
Its steady and marked improvement furnishes
a satisfactory pledge that its progress, in every
department; will keep pace with the in
crease of its already extensive circulation. We
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,
consistingof full sized super-royal quarto plates,
executed expressly for the work, by the best
artists. Besides the Vignette, there will be
j four guPerb engravings issued during the year,
which if published separately, wottld alone
equal the amount oi subscription for the Mir
ror. As a warrantee for the excell
1 tIus department, it has been placed under the
- ! direction ot Mr. K. V. Weir.
T ..1 -
in aauition to tne aoove, there will be pub-
ed for the
Each number of the 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
a valuable collection of the most choice and
pict,, wiiuu uiiuu uccupvm? iiitie more
than one sixteenth part of the work, could not
be purchased in any other tvay, except at a cost
far greater than that of the entire iournal.
In short, the Mirror will contain every thin
which can enhance the value of the paper, and
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 fourhundred and sixteen large
pages, for which a beautiful engraved Vignette
Title Page, and a copious index are furnished.
The terms are $4 uer annum, payable in all
cases in advance. New York June, 1832.
$Cj Subscriptions to the Mirror received by
SYLVESTERS, 130 Broadway, N. Y.
MORE GLORIOUS THAN EVER!
ANOTHER 830,000, SOLD BY SYLVESTER 1 ! !
TTN the New York Lottery, drawn the 29th
i-L of August, Combination 23, 28, 63, the
capital prize of $30,000, was sold in a whole
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, $8,000,
&o. Tickets only $10. This is beyond com
tparison, the greatest scheme ever issued by
hfr Managers. And in addition to ih nW9l
variety of tickets, which Sylvester has for
baie, eitner oy tne package, single ticket, or
auare, ne, me "am lucky Sylvester,'1 has
formed a club of 1000 whole tickets, in order
thatall his friends may have an opportunity
of participating in the extraordinary good for
tune which attends his officer
Personr remitting $R0, can have a certifi
cate fully 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 of ventur
ing. All orders must be addressed to
S. Jl SYLVESTER, 130 Broadway,
And are then sure to meet with prompt at
New York. Sept. 14, 1832. t017
IHE first term of the academical Ve
JJ this institution h
as just closed, yv
Trustees with pleasure ann
that the proficiency of the students
nnncp tV. , .
; them, they have not been deceived in ii, 6
umaie oi uie quatincauons ot the lnct..
From what they have witnessed, during Tif'
j examination of the young gentlemen in th
i various studies, the Trustees have no heitl
in saying, that the NWbern Acadrmv r.,Lr?c"
evefy facility for a thorough acquaintanc
r iv t i . ' JU"HSJi
the Latin and Greek languages . and ' , n
knowledge of the English, as prenare V
learner for the duties of the more laborion T
partments of life. The Trustees were Zh'
giatified in observing, that the young eemi,V
men were not superficial in their acquired
but that they had made themselves thoronl?
...... ...... .... mvgiuuiiuerv(iic . j "
had gone. The classes under the directim r
Mr. Jones, read Latin and Greek with fac T
and judgment ; they parsed and scanned
correctness and promptness. The rU-n
der the direction of Mr. Wadsworth, display
uncommon readiness in their replies to alhk
questions proposed : their knowledge officrDr
did them much credit. fs
The Trustees are happy in stating that il,
reputation of Mr. Jones, of the Classical I)
partment, and of Mr. Wadsivorth, of the Fnl
lish Department, has been well sustained I
the very evident advancement of their respr'
tive students in their different studies.
The next term will commence on the fir
of October. 0 51
Newbern, August 30, 1832.
JOIIft A. CRISPIN
MAS just returned from New York with a
general assortment of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, CROCKERY
The. following articles com prise apart of his Stock
Champaigne,1n qt. and
Cogmac Brandy (supe
Old Jamaica Rum,
Superior Holland Gin,
Old Monong. WThiskey,
N. E. Rum,
Loaf & Lump,
Brown, various qual.
Porter in qt.& pt.bottles
Buckwheat, Goshen Butter, Chccsr,
Spanish & American Segars, su
perior Chewing Tobacco, etc.
Which he offers low for cash or countrv prodir
at the Store on Pollok-street formerly occupied
by the late George A. Hall, Esq.
CHi A GOODS.
THE subscriber intending touit Newbern,
has the honor to inform its respectable
inhabitants, that he will sell the articles com
posing his' Stock in Trade, at prices so low,
that he hopes that those persons who will hon
our him with their presence, at his Store adjoin
ing Mr. Bell's Hotel, near the Mtfrkcl, will be
able to make choice to their satisfaction.
M. BONHOMME, for
Newbern, 17th August, 1832.
f fllHE copartnership hertofore existing in
JJL the town of Wayneshorouoh, under the
ti le of RHODES &JERNIGAN?was dissolved
on the 2d day of July last, by mutual consent,
and the business transferred to James Rhodes,
one of said partners, with full power and autho
rity to settle up and close the business of said
firm. Waynesborough, Wth August,
The subscriber is desirous of selling
his Lot and Houses in the town oi
Hillsborough. N. ( known a? the
Union Hotel. The establishment consists of
two story house, &lu; one 0f one story, the
"O.e containing 22 rooms. There are stables
sufficient to hold 40horses, a large smoke hoii?e,
a 2 story kitchen, with all other conveniences
required about a tavern. There is hu one
other establishment of the kind in the town,
which enders at all times the custom desirable
The terms will be easy and accommodating
'he pur hascr.
'i thorough, Aug. 14, 1632.
VALUABLE SOI ND LAND
The subscriber offers fur sale,
- - - . 1. hi.
HSIfeiS well known Plantation Jornen?
JiUilL longing to Col. Richard Nixon, lying
on Topsail Sound, in front of the Inlet, abou?
twentv miles from Wilmington, containing be
tween 800 and 1000 acres, 300 of which are
cleared and under good fence, and ah ut t
hundred well worth clearing; the remain
well timbered and an excellent rane forcatu
and hogs. The quality of the Land is
to that of any other tract on the Sound, and t
situation is healthy and pleasant. The
necpssarv nut hnncoc TriKnns wishing
purchase, are requested to call and vjtv
premises, which will be shown by Mr. 'IV
who resides on'the place. For Tern s,
will be' accommodating,-apply to the sub
ber in Newbern. ,Tt,
DANIEL Y SUttEr
Newbern, May 25, 1832.