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HAS tfOR SALE, A GENERAL ASSORTMENT
BOOKS. AMONG WHICH ARE THE FOLLOWING I
. Murray's Introduction, Reader, Key, Sequel,,
Exercises, Spellingbook and Grammar.
Grimshaw's United States,
: Adams', Willard's, Woodbridge's, Cum
ming's, Wbodbridge and Willard's, Dwight's,
Morse's, Willett's and Parley's Geography.
Walsh's, Pike's, Colburn's, Smiley's, Ben
nett's and Daboll's Arithmetic Key to Pike.
.Webster's, Cumming's, Pickett's, and Ju
Walker's, Johnson's, and Webster's Dic
tionary various sizes.
Blake's Natural Philosophy, Treby's As
tronomy, Blair's Lectures, Cowper's Task,
Thompson's Season's, Jaud's Expositor.
Tytler's History, Conversations on Chemis
fry. Whelpley's Compend, Duncan's Logic.
Columbian Orator, American Header.
Goldsmith's England, do. Rome, do. Greece.
Gummere's Surveying, Simpson s iuciiu,
IJ's Adams' Latin
Jacob's Latin Reader, Gould's Adams' Latin
Grammar, Virgil Delphini.
Horace Delphini, Ovid Delphini, Cicero
Delphini, Works of Salhist.
Entick's Latin Dictionary, French Grammar.
Greca Majora, Greca Minora, Greek Delectus
Valpley's Greek Grammar, Greek Testament.
Bonnycastle's Algebra and Key, Simpson's
Family Bibles, School do. elegant Pocket do.
Super Pearl Pocket Testaments, common do.
HYMN BOOKS Watts and Nip
pon's, Methodist, General Assembly's, Village,
Olney, Dover Selection, AlexanderJs,Biddle's,
Tlippon s, Watts , Zion s Songs.
Pollock's Course of Time, Henry on Prayer.
Christian .Lyre, Brown s Concordance.
Jay's Closet Exercises, Jay's Discourses.
Flavel on Keeping the Heart.
Book of Common Prayer, Closet Exercises.
Alexander's Bible Dictionary, Malcolm's do
Smiley's Scripture Geography.
History of the Reformation, Law's Call.
Pilgrim's Progress, Saint's Rest.
History of the Bible.
A Cergyman'sLetters to a Young Christian
. iVIiller's Evidences of the Christian Religion.
Letters on Church Government.
Henry's Religious Life, Help to the Gospels.
Confession of faith, Methodist Discipline.
Dewees on Females, ditto on Diseases of
" Children, ditto on Midwifery
Juvenile Spectator, Evenings at Home.
T?itlrlin'e Works. SriPntitir. IlialncrilPS. I
y uLbof ttoTotfr
Lexicon of Useful Knowledge, Conversa-
lions on Common Things.
Peter Parley's Books for Youth.
Complete Letter Writer, Western Songster.
I,ife of Washington, Life of Marion, Life of
"BtmaDarte Life of Nelson.
Virginia Housewife, Housekeeper's Manual.
American Chesterfield, Tooke's Pantheon.
FamilvDyer and Scourer.
Life of Alexander the Great, Life of Moham
mad. Lacon, or Many Things in Few Words.
Laennec on the Chest, Begin's Therapeutics,
Horaer's Special Anatomy, Johnson on the
Blount's Coast Pilot, Bowditch's Navigator.
Marsh's Bookkeeping, Jackson's ditto
Buck's Theological Dictionary.
History of Paris, Humorous Songster.
Eyening Entertainments, Scenes in Europe
lIason's Improved Farrier, fainde's ditto,
irving's Mythology, Violin Preceptor.
' A variety of Entertaining Juvenile Books &.
New York Primer, Reader and Table Books.
SVOVEL S The following popu
lar Novels will be sold at40 cents per volume .
Pelham, or Adventures of a Gentleman,
The Oxonians, ; t
Beatrice, a Talc,
Rybrent De Crnce,
'Romances of Real Life, j
Adventures of a King's Page,
Gaston De Blondeville,
lleuben Apsley, ' .. .
Devereux, by the Author of Pelham
The Country Curate,
The Prairie, a Tak, by Cooper,
English at Home;
a lionel Lincoln,
Xhe Last of the Mohicans,
Body and Soul,
'Hie Lost Heir,
Yes and No,
Husband Hunting .
'llea of the O'Hara Farnil),
Fair Maid of Perth,
The Book of the Boudoir.
Paper, Quills. Wafers, Sealing WaxLead,
Pencils, Office Taoe fe Wafers, Ink Powder,
Tissue Paper, Slates, Pocket Books, Pocket
.Maps of the Southern and Western States,
Ulank Day Books, Memorandum Books, and
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
oucu as omppme fanera. Rillc f T.,'nir
Vessels' Bills of Sale Mamfests,-the different
lands of Blanks used: by the Clerks of the
Superior and County Courts.
stables, 4&c. fcc -orders for any of 'which
THE lHUni v,n rtuiJKS
-LIYEB. S. DEWBT
ist returned from New York, atv
y opening at his Store, East side o
-fountv Wharf, twn doors below th
-j ... -
A GENERAL ASSORTMESI
Shoes, HatsSaddles, and Bridles,
Heavy Dundee and Tow Bagging, Bale
Rope, Swedes, English, and American
Iron, Wagon Boxes, Blacksmiths Tools,
Nails, fcc. &c.
NOW LANDING, FROM SCHR. JAMES MONROF,
A few bbls. first quality family Flour,
Boxes and half boxes Raisi7i(s
Sacks of Salt,
Newark Cider, fyc. c.
All 0f which will be sold low for Cash or Pro-
MAS just returned from New York, and is
opening at his Store on the Old County
W hiirf. a general assortment oi
Hardware &l Crockery,
A GOOD AShORI'MLM OT
SADDLES & BRIDLES,-
Gentlemen's Fashionable Hats,
Blacksmith's and Cooper's Tools,
IRON AND SI EEL,
25 pieces Cotton Bagging, Bale Rope,
1 5 kegs Goshen Butter,
1 5 casks Cheese,
30 kegs Nails. (Sec. &c.
Newbern, 9th Nov.
EW AND CHEAP DRY GuUliS
fnHE subscriber has just arrived from New
U York with a new and well selected as-
rm, rf fio, TW fiPh -Tv TF
AMONG WHICH WILL BE 10 IT N D
Blue, black,1 and mix'd Cloths,
Cassimere and Sattinets,
Red, white, green, and yellow Flannels,
Col'd, black, and blue black Gro de Naps,
Fiour'd, changeable and watered, do. do
Black Sarsnets, Levantine& Sattin Levantine,
Cashmere, Merino, & Thibet wool Shawls,
Printed Merino, Gauze, & W . H. Hnkis
Lace & Muslin Capes &l Chemizettes,
Ladies' Cravats & Tippets,
BobinetLac.es, Insertings & Footings, , t
Thread Laces, Edgings & Insertings, r
4-4, 5-4, 6-4 & 12-4 plain Bobinets,
Linen Cambric, and Cambric Hhkfs.
Irish Linen, Lawns & Diapers,
English & French Merino Cloths,
Merino Circasians, Bombazettes,
Veiy 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,
And a variety of other artic es all of which
will be sold at the lowest cash prices, at his
Store nearly opposite the Bank of Newbern
Newbern, Oct. 10, 183 .
Has received per Schooner Trent, from New York
a large assortment of
BOOTS AND SHOKS VIZ:
Ladies' Gaiter Boots, India Rubber Shoes,
undressed Morroco Slippers,
Men's and youths Boots and Shoes, &c.
iif Boots and Shoes of every description,
made to order, at the shortest notice
ths neatest manner.
Newbern, Oct 26, 1832.
FALL & WINTER GOODS.
B. L. HOSKINS, & CO.
7TTT AVE received, per late arrivals from New
U U York, an extensive assortment oi
Woollen, Cotton, arid Silk Goods,
Among which are a few pieces of Carpeting'
and a variety of Hearth Rugs.
THEY HAVE ON HAND, -
1 case Ladies' and Misses Bonnets,
Fresh Teas and Loaf Sugar,
Cross cut and Mill Saws,
And a few copies of the Methodist Discipline
Newbern, Oct. 19, 1832.
A LL Dersons inaeoieu io uie suDscriber,
1 1 4 A A. 1 .
A Guardian of Maria G. Wade, are in-
that unless tneir oie&, uuw in nis
han ls, are paid by the lUtn oi January next.
thev will on that day oe pui iu utl.
Newbern, December 24, 183.
irTKOv K5K1S SALT,
T UUvll 400 do Irish POTATOES,
W reived and for sale by
Dec. 24. AMOS WADE.
GEORGE W. DIXON,
Tfp ESP ECT FULLY informs his customers
JJaX and the public in general, that he has
just received from New York, per sch'r Sarah,
elected by an experienced merchant in New
xorfc, Irom the latest importations.
Waving now in employ a number of the very
best workmen, (some of vhom hare just arri-
rived irom New York,) and his assortment be
mg complete, he flatters himself that he will
be enabled to give entire satisfaction to those
who may think proper to patronise him.
Among the articles are the following:
Superfine olive, green, mulberry, and Ade
Reform and rifle green, do.
Blue, black, Russel Brown, and mix'd do.
1 piece elegant black Cassimere, superior to
any heretofore imported,
2 pieces bufFsuper silken Kerseys, a splen
did article for gentlemen's dress panta
loons and vests,
Superfine black, drab, lavender and Adelaide
A choice selection of super silk velvet Vest
ings, various colours, figured fc plain,
Super black silk Florentine vesting,
Fancy coloured do.
Valencia and Toilanet do.
A handsome assortment of Stocks, best qua
lity, Gum elastic Suspenders,
Gentlemen's superior Horseskin Gloves,
Together with a variety of other articles.
will be made up in he neatest and mostfash
ionable manner, an I at the shortest notice.
Ud3 A complete suit of clothes can be made,
in the best manner, at 12 hours notice.
All orders from the country will be thank
fully received and punctually attended to.
Newb rn, 19tlTOctober; 1832.
EDWARD CO. T1NKE ii,
TAILiOR AND DRAPER,
1J ETURNS his sincere thanks for the very
liberal encouragement w hich he has here
tofore received, and respectfully informs tin
publick, that he has just: returned from New
York with an extensive and very general assort
FALL &, WXiTTEH GOODS
Selected with j. reat cart- from recent importations
AMONG THEM ARE THE FOLLOWING :
Superfine black, blue,& Russel brown Clotlls
Ri.ie, bottle, and invisible green do.
Olive and olive green and steel-mixed do.
Fancy Cassimeres, of superior quality,
Satin, silk, Marseilles Vestlilgs,
Lyons Siliz Velvet of very best quality,
An elegant assortment of Valencia Vestings,
not surpassed by any in this market,
Shirt bosoms, of the latest style, ruffled and
Corded and plain Collars, of the best quality
and latest fashion,
An elegant assortmoxit of STOCKS, of the
latest and most approved patterns, covered
with bombazine, velvet, satin, fcc.
Gentlemen's superior Hosskin Gloves,
Silk web and silk net Suspenders,
Gum elastic do.
1 case of the best elastic, waterproof, patent
Together with a variety of other articles in
his line of business; all of which will be sold
at the lowest prices.
Having a number of superior workmen, he
is prepared to execute all orders with which
he may be favoured in the neatesian, most
fashionable style, and at the shortelwrotice
and he assures the public that no exertions
shall be spared to merit a continuance of their
Newbern, 1st Nov. 1S32 '
THE House and Lot at Onslow
Court House, now occupied by Mr,
Solomon E. Grant.
The great and increasing importance of this
situation as a place of business, renders the
present a favorable opportunity for investing a
moderate capital in a manner that must be
highly advantageous. 1 o a person desirous of
conducting mercantile business, in connection
with the management ot a House of Entertain
ment for members of the bar and other gentle
men, this place holds out strong inducements.
I Tli oro arp nn the nrpmisps a mll Knt
fortable Dwelling House, with a Store Room
annexed, and the necessary Out Houses ; but
in orfler to render the situation more profitable
and better adapted to business, the purchaser
may find it necessary to enlarge the Dwelling
and Store-houses, which may be done at a tri
The subscriber will dispose of this property
on very liberal and accommodating terms,
which will be made known on application by
letter or otherwise.
OSCAR G. PARSLEY.
Onslow C. H. Nov. 24, 1832.
MAS just received irom New York a gen
eral assortment of
DRY GOODS, GROCERIES, HARDWARE
CROCKERY & GLASSWARE,
CONSISTING IN PART OF
Rum, Gin, Brandy, Whiskey, Wine, Imperial
and Hyson l eas, best Uoshen Butter,
Cheese, Crackers, Bale Rope and
A good assortment of Hats and Shoes.
ALSO Flour in bbls. and half bbls.
Smoked B ef, Herrings in boxes,
Raisins, Cider and Apples,
1 hhd. prime Sugar, Coffee &l Molasses,
Cabbage, Onions, &c. 6lc
Which he will sell at the very lowest prices.
Newbern, Dec 10, 1832.
GREENVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA,
XA3.S. DPSZBRY "
ILL commence her first course of in
structions for 183 S, in .his institution.
on Monday, the 7th January. All persons
who are desirous oi giving ineir daughters as
liberal an education as can be obtained in any
female institution in the State, would do well
to send them in at the commencement of the
first session. As a testimony of her qualifica
tions, Mrs. Dockery has the pleasure of re
ferring the public to the trustees of the follow-
ing lnSlllUlIOUS . VyUCia 1 Ci"'' iu v,m y
and Society Hill Academy, in both of which
she has taugnt as principal, one wuum &io
refer to the following gentlemen in this county,
where she has taught five sessions :
Richard H. Lewis, )
Attornies at law.
Gen. William Clark,
Arch'd Parker, ) Clerks of Superior
Reading S. Blount. ) and County Courts
The following are the branches taught in this
nstitution Spelling, Reading, Writing, Aritn-
metic, English Grammar, Ancient and Modern
History, Ancient and Modern Geography, with
the use of charts and maps; Chemistry, Phi
losophy, Rhetoric, Logic, Drawing, and Paint-
nsr, do. on velvet and Ornamental Needle work
Music Lessons on the Piano, will be given
at $ 1-, per quarter.
H3 Board (complete) can be had in private
families, at five dollars per month.
December v.4, 1832.
EVERY DESCRIPTION OF
Executed with neatness and despatch, on
the most reasonable terms, ,
AT THE OFFICE OF THE SENTINEL,
iAWAY t'runi tiie Subscriber, on the
28th May last, my boy CRAWFORD,
about 18 years of age, 5 feet 3 or 4 inches high,
swarthy complexion nearly white, broad face
and dowA look, no beard, straight hair not ve
ry black, yery full breast took with him a suit
of new white cotton clothes and black fur hat.
This boy can rpad and will probably attempt
to pass as a free man. A reward of Ten Dol
lars will be given, if taken within this county,
to any person who will deliver said boy to the
Subscriber, residing eight and a half miles from
Tarborough, n the Raleigh road, near Cokey
bridge; or, if taken out of the county, Twenty
Dollars will be given for his delivery to me,
or if secured in any jail so that I get him again
All persons are hereby forbid harboring, em"
ploying, or carrying off said boy, under penal
ty of the law.
SAMUEL P. JENKINS.
Dec. 17th, 832.
JOHS A. CRISPIN
MAS just returned. from New York with a
general assortment of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, CROCKERY
The following articles comprise apart of his Stock:
Champaigne, in qt. and
Cogniac Brandy (supe
Old Jamaica Rum,
Loaf & Lump,
Brown, various qual.
Superior Holland Gin,
Old Monong. Whiskey.
X,. 1 J. 1VUU1, i
Porter in qt &, pt.bottlesCitron, Currants,
Do. . PINE APPLES,
Buckwheat, Goshen Butter, Cheese,
Spanish & American Segars,su-
perior U hewing Tobacco, &c.
Which he offers low for cash or country nrod
t oiure on ioiioR-street.
December 3d, 1832.
Book of Common Prayer,
Methodist Hymn Book's, Family Bibles,
Frugal Housewife, Virginia Housewife,
Christian Lyre, Pearl Testaments,
Parley's Geography, Coloured Toys,
Jones' Church History new edition,
Universal Gazetteer, " do. do.
United States Almanack,
Bonnycastle's Algebra and Key,
Life of Felix Neff, Family Cabinet Atlas,
Visiting Cards, Sealing Wax,
Lead and Hair Pencils, Indelible Ink, &c.
Just received and for sale by
M", Cheap, Popular P
THE SELECT CIRCULATING LlBRARy
Containing- equal to 'FIFTA VOLVMF r '
FIVE DOLLARS! ;
In presenting to the public a periodical e
tirely new in its character, it will be expect!!
that the publisher should describe his plan a
the'objects he hopes to accomplish. '
There is growing up in the Lnited States
numerous population, with literary tastes uff
are scattered over a large space, and whj H
- tub iuiauuc9 wuriicc UUOK
8 and lite.
rar informatinn pmanti. fppl tlmm.-i.
" , "-iiJBrjye at
great loss for that mental food which fdurat
has fitted thera to enjov. Books are ch(a
ourprincipal cities, but in the interim- ,Pl la
cannot be procured as soon as pubJisW
wilVi..! onoM Ul ' rr, 'rU DOf
without considerable expense. To supnl'
desideratum is the design of the present.!
taking, the chief 'object qf which en.phan
is, to make good reading cheaper, and , ' l
in a form that will bring it to every n an
Boobs cannot br sent by mail, whilt1"
Select circulating Library" may be receiv A
the most distant post ottiee in the Union in f
fifteen to twenty-five days after it is publUW
at the tritiing expense of two and a ha! cL
or in other words, before a book could be buuad
in Philadelphia, our subscribers in Ohio
Vermont may be perusing it in their ' or
To elucidate the advantages of "The S l
Circulating Library" such as we propose Vi!
only necessary to compare it to some other
publications. Take the Wavtrly novels for
ample; the Chronicles of the Cannons 0Cc
py two volumes, which are sold af si .
!,50. The whole would be readily contained
in three numbers of this periodical at an ex
dense of thirty-seven cent postage included
So that more than three times the quantity 0f
literary matter can be supplied for tj)e same
money by adopting the newspaper form. But
we conceive transmission by mail, and the ear.
ly receipt of a new book, as'atnost distinguish
ing feature of the publication. Distant" sub
scribers will be placed on a footing with those
nearer at hand, and will be supplied at their
own homes with equal to about Fifty Volumes
of the common London novel size for Five Dol
lars. This may not take fifty-two wees to
accomplish; for, though not "longer than one
week will elapse between the issuing of each
number, yet, when there is a press of very in
teresting matter, or when two or tLore numbers
are required to contain whole work, the pro
prietor will feel himself at liberty to publish
at shorter, intervals fifty-two numbers bein
the equivalent for five dollars.
Arrangements have been made to receive
from London an early ;copy of every new boot
printed either in that mart of talent, or in Edin
burgh together with the " periodica!, literature
of Great Britain. From the former we shall
select the best Novels, Memoirs, Tales, Tra
vels, Sketches, Biography, &c. and publish
them with as much rapi ity and arcurarvas
an extensive printing office will admit. From
the latter, such literary intelligence will occa
sionally be culled, as will prove interesting
and entertaining to the lover of knowledge, and
science, literature, and novelty. Good stan
dard novels, and other works, now out of print,
may also occasionally be re-produced in our
Thp nnKlishpr rnnGApni v neenrpe the he suit
j - .
of families, that they need have no dread of in
troducing the 44 Select Circulating Librarj'" in
to their domestic circle, as the gentleman who
has undertaken the editorial duties, to literary
tastes and habits, adds -a due sense of the res
ponsibility he assumes in catering for an ei
tended and moral community, and of the con
sequences, detrimental or otherwise, that it
follow the dissemination of noxious or whole
some mental aliment. His situation and en
gagements afford him peculiar advantages and
facilities for the selection of books. These,
with the additional channels created by agen
cies at London, Liverpool, and Edinburgh, war-
rant the proprietor in guaranteeing a taiiniui
execution of the literay department.
It would be supererogatory to dilate en thj
general advantages and conveniences which
such a publication presents to people olhrl
ry pursuits wherever located, but more par11
cularlv to those who reside in retired situations
they are so obvious that the first glance
cannot fail to tlash conviction of its life ibs.lt-
Terms. "The Select Circulating Sibrary
will be printed weekly on a double medium sl1
of fine paper in oravo form, wUh three co -umns
on a page, and mailed with great care so
as to carry safely to the most distant pos.
It will be printed and finished ith t,,e ""
Care and accuracy as book work, i14" ,
fifty-two numbers will form a volume, f
worth preservation, of 3'2 pages, equal
mwntiir h, io7v n.II(,c nr tbrce volumes.
Rees's Cvclordia. Each volume will De
nmnaniml ,.rUk rr;to nnrp and Inuf
v-uiiijioiin u Willi o i it" j'wa,'- --- nrffl
The price is Five Dollars for fifty
bers of sixteen pages each, a pr'ce
cannot be aiTorded unless extensively - p
ised. H3 Payment at all times
Agents who procure five subscrher'!t,a
have a receipt-in full by remitting the p
er820 and a propotionate eonipensano
a larger number. This arrangement n
to increase the circulation to an elte?-beraUV.
will make it an object to pay agents i -f
Clubs of five individuals may tttus V
the work for $4, by uniting in
tances. x vp
Subscribers living near agents, mV.t
their subscription to them; those otf er .
uated may remit the amount to the ay
at his expence. Our arrangements
made for the fulfilment of our part ot"
tract. . -(jijtely
Subscribers' names should be inin.
forwarded, in order that the Pub'"e tfr
know how many to print of the iuiu
AXNUALS FOK 1833.
Forget Me Not Comic pfiering-Arno
Religious Souvenir, Pearl & Token,
For sale by . . T' , A