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To her who lonr
11 Hath wak'd the Poet's'sigh."
How shall I sing the maiden, who
First kindled Lo ve'e emotion ;
To whom this heart, still fondly true,
Will cling with pure devotion 1
I'll seek an emblematic flow'r
The violet that reposes
In Cynthia's beams, whose mellow'd pow'r
Its sweetest charms discloses.
How shall I sing her eyes, as blue ,
As the azure vaults of Heaven ;
$y"hose glances, when I dar'd to sue.
"Were kindest answers given?
i Ter rosy lips, whose coral dye
Invites Love's warmest kisses ;
Ier breath whose sweets with zephyrs vie,
Waiting Love's sighs and blisses ?
How sing her form, of lovely mould,
Adorn'd with beauty fairest !
Vhere havering Graces round her fold
Love's drapery rich and rarest ?
ir how that intellectual Sun,
Whose rays so bright are beaming,
That warm a Soul as pure as one
Of the Seraphs in glory streaming.
How tell of music's soothing sway,
O'er hearts that Love has sorrow'd
The1 voice that pours the melting lay,
Sweet sounds from angels borrovv'd
Yet such alone. is she, whose love
Can yield life's dear caresses,
That pledge of promised joys above,
Which wedded love possesses.
Tram the " Greenwich Hospital.1''
THE POINT OF HONOR.
" He would find it another guess story,
Would bring his bare back to the cat."
vi I saw he was a Tartar," said an old pen
sioner, turning round the quadrangle of the
building, and advancing upon the terrace, near
he spot whqre I, was standing contemplating
h-e beauties of a summer evening "I say he
vas a Tartar,,," " Then you are mistaken Har
ry," replied his companion ; " he was a lad who
did his duty and saw that every one did theirs."
4 allow that he was strict, but always a sailor's
Iriend." ' Ay, ay, for tarring a rope's end, or
cope's-enlng a tar, 'twas all the same to him.
.f lis cats were often fed Tom.'' ' That's poor
wit, Harry ; I sailed with him captain and ad
miral some years, and ought to know a little
K'foout him." " Well, well, messmate, mayhap
a'ou did so ; let's hear, for I love to talk about
ast times and old commanders. There's old
"frarvis has dowsed his coach-whip, and gone
out of commission, and Lord Keith has resiffn-
rd his command to harbor in a better world,
f 've sailed with 'em both, but I'll not say more
till you'ye told me of Seymour." Why, then,
Tye see, where could there be stronger attach
ment shown to our officers than when we ar
rived at Spithead during the mutiny? Ah,
flarry, you old cartridge ! you was then in
that rebel ship the Triumph but howsomever
I won't blow you up. You must know Lieu
tenant Q was commanding officer when
th,e delegates came on board. 'Well, my men,'
hays he, 'what do you want here?' 'We want
to speak to the shin's company, sir,' said the
that. Ana am ne Know it was you i"
"Yes, your honor, he .knew it well; 1 was
alongside of him at the bar but he scorn'dVto
flinch." "Cast him off, and pipe down," said
the captain. But, oh, Harry, if you had' seen
the two bare-backed dogs stand and look at
each other for more than a minute without
moving, and then, grasping each other's hand3,
after a hearty shake ; walked off together but
1 can't describe it, though l7v got it an m uj
heart as strong now as I had it then.
... , . 1 - rr 7
" And what became ol tne oracci ;
! " Why, the captain slued round to him,
Here they again turned the quadrangle ; all
was hush'd," and I sought my pillow.
THE LAY PREACHER.
Study to be quiet and to mind thy own business.
The Thessalonians, to whom this rule was
oiven, were probably an inquisitive race and,
C . . . .1 1 1 .,
soent their time in noining eise, out euner to
tell, or hear some new thing. We must frame
i ::.. j . t i c
SUCn a. suupusiuuii, m cacum- oi. i aui lruiu
the charge of impertinence. For nothing can
appear more a woik of supererogation than to
tell a man, selhsh by nature, to live in peace,
1 I. 1 . -K.T .
ana 10 pursue nis own advantage, mature,
and the primary laws of being, have told him
so already. But this epistle, written at Athens,
and sent to l nessalonira that is, irom one
tattling, idle city to another, was seasonable
and proper, notwithstanding all fine reasoning
to the contrary. For myself, I can aflirm con
fidently, that I need not turn overthe archieves
of. the Thessalonians to discover a million of
cases, where men study to be restless, and to
pry into other peoples' business.
Impertinent curiosity is however, a vice of
the village rather than of the city, lam sur
prised that Paul did not give the direction in
the text expressly to the country people, i- or
though impertinence is not so local as never to
be found, except in cottages; still it is a fact,
that the askers of whys and wherefores are
generally villagers, and not cits. In town,
strange sights are too common, and the tongues
of fame so numerous, that each inhabitant, dis
tracted with endless variety, thinks it better to
mind his own business, than to inspect the con
cerns of a thousand neighbours. In the coun
try, external circumstances being essentially
different, the manners of the people aSsume a
different colour; there the incidents are so few
on which glutton curiosity can feed, that even
morsel novelties are seized upon with ayidity.
A farmer's purchase of a silk gown for his wife,
I have known to engross, for weeks, the
thoughts and chat of those vacant and meddling
neighbourhoods which disobey the precept of
Persian SioEVSaadi the Persian, tells a RICH'D. B. BERRY BANK OF;NlfeWRV
story of three sages, a Greek, an Indian, and a . " 'ajh.i1'1 ; ,T,r - '
r .rUU u nint rc r r TTNFOUMS his mentis and th nnhiirk that JANUARY ."Mb.
sia. debated on this question!: "of all the evils; iJ- he has resumed business in the house on A In.e 'a ??n?al meeting of the STOrir
which is the greatest?" The Grecian said, Middle Street adjoining the residence of Wright : -""LJ. nheBANK of NEWfiERv
"Old age, oppressed with poverty the Indian C. Stanly, Esq. During his late absence from on the first Monday of this umuth,-It Wa '
answered, "rain with impatience the Persian newueni, ma ucvuieu o me , -".ucimoi . ivventv.fi,,,
pronounced it to be, "Death without good .acquisition 01 Suu. uu,u, .vuuwieage 01 ; -" -TnYbv y j-- 'TCapj.
I 31 1 Oriil Ll tt v03 uitm-u vaovuHoi iu (1 SUCCESS w. v, uuu.llip saillP lol,
-.Lai c : .1 . .i Li.i, ls'erc.
iul compeiuion wim me pruies&tuu m mis place ; I "J w p auic 10 me HtockhnU
and he nauers niiusen umi ne ia uuw iuuy com
netent to conduct the business to the satis-
works before it.
Remaining in the Newbern Post Office,
t April 1st, 1833.
A -Capt. A. Allen, Miss Mary Allen, Stephen
A. Allen. A . ,
B, Mrs. Marv Ilrown, (t James C. Bryan
Christopher Brooks, Capt. XimeTne Burt, (2)
Silvester Brown, () Stephen Butler, N. K.
Brown, B. Backhouse, John N. Borang, Benj.
Burdin, B. Bengwyn, Mrs. (Eleanor Bell, W.
L. Bell, James Beasley, M. Bonohemine Nathl.
C. Richard Casey, George Carter, Philip
M. Cuny, Dn R. Cochrane, Stephen Chadwick,
( :) George Cooper, L. Coiiard, Capt. David
W. Chadwick, Wm. M. Chiney, James Coal,(2)
Duncan Cameron, Alfred Castle, Elijha Cala
wav, John Collins.
D. Daughety & Webb, T. Dregus, Craven
Dickerson, J. Domick.
E. Silvanus Everson. t
F. -Wm. C. Fox. R. R. Falford, Henry W.
Fowler. Frilick & Helme Fred'k. Foscue,
Mrs. Caroline Frater, Jxmn Frelier, Mrs. Com
fort Frasier. I
G. Mrs. Eliz Gill, Mrs. Nancy Grover,
Wesley Gray, John Green, John S. Green,
Mrs. Maria Gaskill, Anson Gaskill, James Al
fred Ganjan, Andrew Gildersleeve.
H. Rev. Erasmus Hill, 2, Mrs. H. Harvey
Wm. Holliday, James Howard, Wm. J. Hutch
ins, Charles Holland, Charles Hickman, Wm.
, J. John Ives, Mrs. Elizabeth Jackson,
Miss Julia Ann Jones, Miss Hancy Jones, Wm.
Jones , Wm. H. Jones 2. Henry Jones, Jona
than Jones, jun.
K.C. C. King, W. W.iRing.
L. Lemuel P. Lane, Miss Caroline S. Lane,
Capt. Lee, Catharine Liwes, (2.)
31. Benjamin Mason, Thomas Mason, Jas.
Merret, jun. Alexander Miller, Joseph Myers,
B. Mackethan, Lucilla Moore, John McDaniel,
Wm. D. Mangum, Capt. E. Moore, (2) busan
G. Morse, Junius A. Moore, Mrs. Delitha VV.
Kennev, Andrew Monton, Wm. Moore, Alfred
JV. Nehemiah Newall, jun, Jesse Noble,
Mrs. Joseph Nelson, Samuel Nelson, Col. W.
O. Dr. William W. Orfnsbec.
ers. or ihpir IpctaP Rpnrceoniot;,.
" -1 .1 . I nmin I I l i! . . Hit"
faction oi all wno may lavor mm wun ineir i g iuics uu rrguiauons, io wit . Frst
custom. Having acq'uired the art of cutting ' a11 payments shall be made at the Prin;
i j Ul Rant t.. li G-M.,.l.l .. '"Hipaj
in ihp. most aDoroveu anu lasmuuuuie sivie, "jwviwiiijiuci, wi ms an
i i nH tn. nmn nv tirct mto auuuiiiLea. on nrnniirtinn nt Ihp m. 1
3 , -,i x 11 Ll 1 ' rfttP- Snnnn, "D,,, . f Tt:..r ,r -uu
workmen, he win ai an times o prcureu io
execute orders for Clothing in the best manner
and at the shortest notice.
The orders of his country friends will re
ceive prompt and careful attention.
cate. SecondPayment of Dividend of r
tal shall be evidenced by the receini ' 7 P-
uiuvniiuiucr iir ni iirrnv in 11 i -
... . : uuok nrpn.
M lor that purpose. Third-All p,,1
loll no " ,
rsel on il,
STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA,
Craven County. )
Superior Court of Law Fall Term, 1832.
Cclia Ryan, i
vs. Petition for Divorce.
John Ryan, j
I"N this case it being made to appear to the
satisfaction of this Court, that a Subpeona,
and Alias Subpeona, had regularly issued, as
directed by law, to the Defendant, command
ing his personal appearance in this Court, to
plead or answer, to the Petitioner's petition,
and that a copy of the aforesaid Subpeona, had
been left, at the place of abode, of the said de
fendant, in this State, more than fifteen days,
before the day of je return, of each of said
Subpconas, proclamation was therefore made,
by the Sheriff at tffe door of the Court House,
for said defendant, to appear and answer, as
commanded, by the said Subpeonas, and the
said defendant being so called, made default.
It is therefore ordered, that the Clerk cause
notice of the pendency of this Petition, to be
published in the North Carolina Sentinel for
three months, and that at next term, an issue
be submitted to a Jury, to ascertain the worth
of the material facts, charged in the Petitioner's
EDWARD STANLY, Clerk.
Newbern, March 15, 1833,
Dividend of Capital shall be end
i PorlifipaiD .-. 1 . I. o
jvvi.vuu, ovut, oy uie cashier at th
Ol makinor navmonl T?-wiiV. tm
Rook shall bp plnco ; . lra"sfer
vM Hll. IWflUl
Februarv npTt nnd romnin .. . y f
- . t v . vt..uiu viVISt-l Unil Id.
day of March following, and no Share on
alter pe translerred on the Books ofih;- n. ,
Extract from the Journal of the Sto
January 18th 1833.
CHARLES S. WAiiD
DRUGGIST & a POTHECAItv
Has for sale, at his Shop, next door to R,ii
A OENEERL ASSORTMENT OF
PAINTS & PAI T BHbSHES.
Oil, Dyestuffs, Variiislies, and Var
nisli Ilruslies, Perfumery and
1, i ..p.,
Newbern, February 1st, 1S33.
7 P ri P;t Wm. ili. Ppnrrn. Palmer
A certain elegant fabulist describes a race of & Smilh, Asa Powell, seri. Wm. B. Perkins,
usy Domes running wnuiy aooui, o oi c t John Pike.
foremost. Oh, certahily, certainly, replied the
ficutenant -"here, boatswain's mate, pass
he word, and walk forward by men.' Well,
flarrr, you old rogue, did'nt we all muster on
the forecastle, and listen to the lingo ? Ah,
that we did. And says our spokesman, says
i;e, 'Mayhaps, you have had had treatment,
nrd arc dissatisfied with your officers ?' 4 Yes,
yes,' said the leader, 'you're right.' Then all
we have to say is,' said our spokesman. that
e are not. We like our ship, like our captain, j
i live our omcers, and like one another and
breath with inquiring into every nook, and, by
their restless indolence, wearying themselves
and tormenting others. This is a strong pic
ture, and some might sav overcharged. But 1
will engage to find the originals of this portrait
in every village I visit. M n in the Country,
no less than in town, have various schemes to
execute, and many duties which ought to he
discharged. But negligent of these, and with
- all 1
the beam in their own eyes, lliey go groping
about to discover a mote in their neighbour
'Tis a mote, in general, that they gaze for most
earnestly, and it is a mote 'hat they magnify
into a mountain.
This weak, if not criminal conduct, is gene-
led by an affectation of impartiality and can
dor. But all may discern that suc h insidious
queries are like arrows discharged from a covert,
meant to deeply wound, andyet by thi3 course
not to betrav the archer.
What is it to thee, meddling man, if thy
neighbor s goods be attached, hast thou to pay
lVio ffc rf ttip nfficpr ? Upn llir ltM'r acciirnlplv
; ana peep not into nis uay hook, ask not oi
R. Capt. Wm. Read, Mrs. Mary Khem,
Wm, Russell, Jeremiah Roe, Luke Russell,
D. Roberts, James P. Ryall, Walter J. Ramsey,
S.-John Smith, Gilbert W. Strange, (2)
Capt. James Seymour, (ti) Oliver Sage, Tilman
Salter, Sherifi ot Craven I ounty,Y m. blewart,
Jacob Stokely Augustus Scott, Stephen Scott,
Joshua Scott, . Stansleyi, urban Sampson,
Gideon M. Sprague, James Simpson, Mrs. Ann
T. Mrs. Jane Turner, 'Josiah Taylor, Ro
bert Thompson, Cornelius Tarbox.
W. Geore Washington, Matthew Woo-
ten, Peter Valler, James aae, iiaray nu-
lly the first begotten of jealousy and rival- f , L Wlirri(ikf John Wilson, Major' Willis,
ip. The malignant inquiries that are made Ml s Kiizabeth white, Dartl. Williamson, j. .
en of; a neighbour's fortune or fame, are vei- wnkin Beckton Watkinsl Stephen W. Winn.
THOMAS WATSON, P. 31.
GR.SBW 8L mi U A1T1.
lieiltlmen. ffOod da' ' Thern wn rnnsnnino-
lor you, you old swab. Ah, Harry, you oughV his apprentice how they fare at their master's
in have been taken in tmn for mn-.ineer. nnd. i board, nor how many dollars he takes in a year.
iow I'm in the line, I'll tell you more. D'yel Stml to be q"iet nd to mlu' thy own busi-
uie, every order was exposed publicly for the!liess and thou will find that lhou hast little
sliiis comoanv tn renri ti,o or-v tT1Q 'leisure to take an inventory of another man's
iorc anu alt knew what he had to do. This
was his plan ; 'Do your duty, and no one shall
wrong you; neglect it and I'll punish.'
Among other orders, there was one, that no
man should sing out, either in pulling a rope,
ur any other duty, hut all were to besilent as
Philosophy of a Fan. To explain the
apparent contradiction implied in the fact
that the use of a fan produces a sensation of
coldness, even though the air which it agitates
icath. One day we were moorincr hin. when is not in anv decree altered in temperature, it
I Cl . '
riOmc one sung out at the capstan, "-Hurrah mv is necessary to consider that the air which sur
noys, iheavc !" The captain heard it "Send rounds us is generally at a lower temperature
that man on deck directly." The officer im- than that of the body. If toe air be calm and
nediqitely picked him out, and he was ordered still, the particles which are in immediate con
COACH AND GIG MAKERS,
JTgESPECTFULLY inform their friends and the
public, that they have removed to the New
Building opposite to Bell's Hotel, where they have
made extensive arrangements tor the further prose
cution of their business in the Construction, Repair
ing, Trimming, and Fainting ol
GIGS, I'ANXEL AD PLAIN,
LIGHT WAGONS, &C. &C.
Beine, a ihev helieve, perfectly acquainted with
the making an ' finishing of these articles, they invite
gentlemen wishing to procure them, to apply in per-
on or hv letter under the lull assurance that their
DEPARTMENT OF STATE, )
March 20th, 1833. $
A Resolution of the Senate has called on
the Secretary of State to obtain statis
tical information which is comprehended in
certain circular addresses made some time
since to the Governor's of the different States,
and the county and township officers, -by this
PREPARED and for sale by Charles S. Ward
Druirgist and Apothecary, next .!oor to Bell's
Hotp!. Newbern, Feb. 15, 1833.
JOHX A. CRISPIN
AS just returned from New York with a
. neral assortment of
HARDWARE, CUTLERY, CROCKERY
Department. "The queries contained in these The following articles comprise apart of 'his Six!;
Loaf & Lump,
Madeira Nuts, .
circulars, beinir answered but in conparativelv Wilies.
few instances, the persons to whom they have Champaigne, in qt. and
been addressed, are earnestly requested to for- pt. bottles,
ward their answers without delay. Old Madeira,
The printers of the laws of the United States Pico, do.
are requested to give this notice six insertions Naples,
in their respective papers. Lisbon,
Cogniac Brandy (supe
Old Jamaica Rum,
Superior Holland Gin,
Old Monong. Whiskey.
N. E. Rum,
Porter inqt.de pt. bottles
rpHE subscribe:-has just received a general asc-ort-
mentof FRESH GAKDiuIN KUUDS, which
he will Bell at reduced prices. II. LOOMIS.
BDW ARD C. O. TINKER,
TAIi.OR AXD DRAPER,
EETURNS his sincere thank for the very
liberal encouragement u hich he has here
tofore received, and respectfully informs the
publick, that he has just returned from New
York with an extensive and very general assort
FALL &. WIWTEE. GOODS
Selected with great cart from recent importations
AMONG THEM ARE THE FOLLOWING:
Superfine black, blue,&, Russel brown ClottlS
Riiie, bottle, and invisible green do.
Olive and olive green and steel-mixed do.
Fancy Cassimei'CS, of superior quality,
Satin, silk, Marseilles Vestins:s,
Lyons Silk 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
Do. PINE APPLES,
Buckwheat, Goshen Bid ter, Cheese,
Spanish & American Segarssu
nerior Choiring Tobacco. &c.
Which he offers low for cash or country prodcte
at his Store on Pollok-strect.
December 3d, 1832.
. NEW STORE.
OLITEE. S. DE73TE7
nn AS just returned from New York, and :s
ill n r. r nnpnitKr at his Store. East side u
tlu (11.1 Pnnntv Wharf, two doors och'
oraen ana piain sonars, oi tne Dest quality ' '
and latest iashion,
An elegant assortment of STOCKS, of the
latest and most approved patterns, covered
. 1 .1 . I -I .. ... ... y " .... . .
iitt uuuer ine senirj s cnarge. as soon as the tact with the skin acquire tne temperature ol orders will be e xecutefl with the utmost despatch and
hipwas moored, the hands were turned up the skin itself, and having a sort of molecular to their entire satMactton
Vor punishment. Well, up we goes, and there attraction, they adhere to the skin in the same They will keep a full supply of all the materials
;t0pd the captain with the articles of war in manner as particles of air are found to adhere their lined business and he prepared at all times
hand-4y the-bv, I don't think he was a to the surface of glass in philophicnl experi- to ak finish m the neatest and most approved
(oh then.-Howsomevcr, there he stood, and mcnts. Thus sticking to the skin, thev form a 9?? Larouches &C' uPon very rea
tne omcers arounn nun in ineir cocKeu uais anu isori oi warm covering tor it, and speeany ac- ewberx. M
Kwords. The gratings were lashed to the break quire its temperature. The fan, however, by
of the poop, the quarter-masters ready with the agitation which it produces, continually ex-
iheirioxes and the boat-swain's mates with the pels the particles thus in contact with the
cats. " Come here, my man," said the captain, skin, and brings new particles into that silua-
'Was it not Iny orders that there should be tion. Each particle of the air as it strikes the
.silence fore and alt? " Yes, sir." " And why sum, takes heat from it bv contact, and being;
(lid you disobey?" "It warn't me, sir ; Ine- driven off, arries that heat with it, thus pro
vct "opened my lips." 41 Are you sure this was ducing a constant sensation of refreshing cool
he man that sung, out at the capstan ?" said ness. Now from this reasoning t would
Ue captain, turning to the officer "Yes, sir, follow, that if e were placed in a room in
ufident; I removed him instantly from the which the atmosphe re has a higher tempera-
i)ar."; "Indeed, sir, Mr. is mistaken I ture than 90 degrees the use of a fan would
never; spoke." "Are you certain, Mr. have exactly opposite (fects, and, instead of
"Vcs, sir, quite certain." "Strip then." It cooling, would aggravate the effects of heat :
cuuipuea with. The poor fellow was ana sucn wouiu, m iei. lane place. A Sue-
;ion oi noi parucies wouiu. therefore he dri
affainst the skin, while the partich s which
ild be cooled by the akin itself would he
constantly removed. Cabinet Cyclopaedia.
Dr. Lardner on heatj
uch 15. 1833.
,v w.up-nais on-.the article for disobedience cess
OX orders read-and "boatswain's mate crive him fven
iwo dozen," was heard. The tails of the eat wot
utm U, me arm
The Mud of the Nile. Kgypt, as is well
known, derives its fertility from the overliow-
The deposit or mud gives an
'no i;r.rv,i j a.
Mow inst fnti;. " UV ailu UIL
cl1 a ma rushed from
iui6o. auU can a out "Avast' it wis I
MiiB unue capstan!" and in an
r T :v;; i?-: 111 a ,,eaa his back!
oare. oiuj, am uiC captain to the boai
i?wain s maie ; uuu mca lurnmg to th
AZ, V those portions of the ground
to Afil'r for me, no, no, I cooldn t tand which conuia iua or aon oHL '
Palm Leaf Hats,
PLOl CiHS. tc.
Tj doz Palm Leaf Hats, assorted quali-
20 cast iron Ploughs Nos. 10 & 11
100 extra Shares
3 hhds N. O. Sugar
5 do prime retailing Molasses
5 bags prime Green Cuba CofTee
15 ilo St Domingo do
5 lbs Crude Camphor
5 do Turkey Opium;
5 boxes Bunch Raisins
10 half do do
20 qr do do
10 cases Fresh Prunes,
Landing from Schr. Convoy
from New York and for sale by
J. M. GRANADE, & Co.
Newbern, April 5th, 1333.
with bombazine., velvet, satin, &c.
Gentlemen's superior Hosskin Gloves,
Silk web and silk net Suspenders,
Gum elastic do.
1 case of the best elastic, water proof, 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 neatest and mosi
fashionable style, and at the shortest notice
and he assures the public that no exertions
shall be spared to merit a continuance of their
Newbern, 1st Nov. 1832
pniHE Copartnership heretofore existing
Ll under the firm of Jackson & Higgins is
dissolved oy mutual consent. All persons in
debted to the oncern will make payment to
L. M. Higgins, who is authorised to settle all
DANL. JCKS0N, Jr.
L. M. HIGGINS.
March, 25th 1833.
A GENERAL ASSORTMENT OF
Shoes, Hats, Saddles, and BiidH
Heavy Dundee and Tow 'Bagging'
Rope, Swedes, English, and American
Iron, Wagon Boxes, Blacksmiths' Tools,
Nails, fec. &,c.
NOW LANDING, FROM SCHR. JAMES MONRO i
A few bbls. first quality family Flour,
Boxes and half boxes Raisins,
Sacks of Salt,
Newark -Cider, 6cc. Sec. -t
All of which will be sold low lor vu -duce.
November 13th, 1832.
100 prizes of $ 1000.
NEW YORK LOTTERY.
Has received per Schooner Trent, from -
a large assortment oj
BOOTS AND SHOKSV
Ladies' Gaiter Boots, India Rubber
injr of the Nile.
bushels coarse Turk's
received per British Schr. Two
lischargingi and for sale by
J. M. 'GRANAD&r & to.
Newbern, April 6th, IB33.
Mens and youths Boots anShlrrv
t& Roots and Shoes of every descr h
txtra Class io. 15 to be drawn Wednesday, mwfo n nrrtpr. at the snoriesi
May 9, ths neatest manner.
20.000 hiohpst. nrie. Newbern Oct. icw.
820,000, 10,000,5,000, lOof 3,000, 100 of 1000, THp HIGHEST CASH I
1 " "'"yvf u-t. g rrTTTILLbeffivenioriiKeiyyuui'g- e Bt
A package of 22 whole tickets, bv certificate VWV v.a tr26 years .oi;
cost 81344package of Halves, 802-pacyge v ""ijj QIWSS"
of Wuarters, 31 Kighlhs, 910 6U.