' ' ; "?X H EAD QU A RTBfta
, ?- LWOLWTOS, Sept. 2d, 1840. 4 if ; -To
all officers of he'4ihrl division of f North
Carolina Militia." In .obedience to, law,! it br
cornea my d uty, tjij issue and" PM ish th reg q
jations fibe oturln, to be .worn byjfaJljbfficers
of wha tever iiilepr grade, wiihjo ihe Motdera'of
'wild di? isferj'whh tegulaiioos you. are-j hereby
potnmanded io strictly trveYnd jSey under
the penalties thereunto annexed, :as iypa find
spread upon yotirtathte Books for each ifltor's
ioformaiioa.:, Tb commandants of each regi-,
fneot are commanded to "enforce"; ibe fuf lowing
1 plan of dresa throughout their respective corps.
-!; c4 jZfx; BALIS MEDNEY.
'3--y2I Brigadier General,
- -" DRESS AKP UKDRESS.
The same as for a Jlfajor General, excepting
! that the coat is to bare ten buttons on ibe breast
sin pairs. - ; .; . ;
Epaulettes the same, excepting thai .there.
! shall oe one star on the straps, josiead ei two.
S Pume tbe aaine, as to materials and form, ex-
ceptmg that the colours wit! be i red and; white
tbe white lip half the length. : ! .
Frock coat for Genet at officers -Mae cjolh, two
rows of battvus, placed according io rank.- as
'''... on the dress coat ; tiand op collar of dark blue
ejve.t ; coffs,: also of .blue velvet ining,
j '.; hlack silk or bloe clbih ; porkets in th folds
j of the skirl?, with one button at the) hip and
I one "at the end of each 'pocket; making only
: J lour bultcc on thP back and skitta ot jinecoai.
t 4.Z dtce$of the General Slf.
t OfEeers of the ceneial staff, with the excep
, tipo of the Engineers, Topographical Eegmeers,
and ordnance, bating rank ; as such , and; below
! the rank' of generals, will wear a ooiforiQ poat
correspoudiog witL ihat of the generals! Except
ing ihat ii wilt be siojjle bieasred, wijhja' row of
- nine buttons, placed at ecjnai distances :! iheco
, jar to be pait buff; tbe huff to extend four inch
.1 es on each side from Ibe front tbe rest of lie
collar blue ; the cuffs also blue. : . j
' j)nu?cWcaccord.ng to rank as hereafter de
IJuffons gilt, contex, same ai generilj officers.
1 Ja locked, the' same as that for general cffi
sv cers." 5V-' ' " - . jl
Loop and Cockade e ame as that for generals,
excepticg ttf rajs and stars. Tbe fagle to
f be gilt instead of silver. .
-Ta$$el$gA4; ..'';..; ir,--. '
I Plume swan, feaihers, the same as the general
officers, wlih the distinction of colours to Je-
signate the departments of the siaff, as be
low. : - ,: jl
Sword knotivold lace atrap. with ffold bullion
; tassels '
I fyatat or itock
Trousers . ;
Boots i ;
Snvr" ;jt :. ! The samel its for
; Svcbrd f) steel Scahlard y geneial officers.
.Plate . ' j;
f Glwes ' -S'r
5 Sash (redilk net. work,
i siikbuliion fringe ends) j
Sword teff Russia leather,, with
BuUotieAti fanex, ieeireD" eigtits of an inch
The same Us in
of gold embroider v : carriages embroidered on
Y .one. side ontv. ' .. .''' i
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, - , : . "UWDttESS. I
i Coot as prescribed lor dress but without the
1 Trousers as prescribed for dress, but without
1 : tbe srtpe.
-oop anrf Coctrtie
: i. i. ' . - i
Plvme V J
Cravat or ttock
Spitrs- ,t t
Sword mid Scabbard,
Belt (black Wpenl leatl -
er) late , I '
Gloves ',- J
Frock Coat for staff officers under the
general officers daik blue cloih, single breast
ed, with stand up clotb cellar j cloili cuffs
regulation button i one row of nine buttons on
the breast; lining and buliuoa on aktt same
"v as general officers. .
Cloak for general acd general staff officers
bide cjo b, lined with bufT ' i. 1 :
2lumes for the- diuVrent departments 'of the
, staff, the Adjutant General, inspector General,
Aides de-Camp, and-officers -attached to the
General in Chief teTlow plume, like thai
x prescribed for a Major General commanding
r armf. '.:...' ......t. : "- j
Plumes Aides de-Camp 'and officers attached
to a Major ucneral theame piumo as tot a
' Major General. v. . h '
Tlumts Anles de-Camp and officers attached
ungaaier uenerai me same piumo as
for a Brigadier General. j
diameter: ve ice, a spread eagle with shield.
Capt black lbeisterseTen and 7half, inches
"""deep? with l4ke"red sank tip seven and a half
inches diaoiftVCwiih a band of bhth patent
lea' her t 6 jpnjbircle the bottom of TTKv cap. )
black patont leaihef peak, gilt eagle, and cross
- cannons and number of . regimen' ; strap of
- black patent H sther, fastened in rich side of
' Ibe cap, to be uom under the chin. -
PZrfme req oik feathers, falling fioman op
s right aiemjerght icches long with a gilt tuck
" Vl " -1 ' i i ' '" !'?'- ' ' " t-'
TVoinera from Uhe 1st 6f OetobeT to the SOih
of April,;wMiP and light blue mixture cloth,
producing the' effect of a sky blue, to come
, well down over iheboot4, and made perfrcl-
ly plain, eeiejpt a red stripe down the ouier
- seam, one and a half inches wide. &. welled at
"the edges f from the 1st of Maj to the 30th
4 of Septembr,fwhite linen or . cotton, without
' the tiripe.f.l .-y . :. . ...
Boots ankle or Jefferson. .
Sword and Scabbard according to pattern fur
nished by the !Oft nance Department. .
Waist eft-Mhile leather, two inches wide,
with sliding fiog, to be worn over the coat, and
clasped in front wi ih a round clasp, accoidicg
to pattern o be . fo'rnULed bj Ordnance De
v partmentri . . . -
Sash CTimsorn! silk net, with silk bullion fringe
ends: sash:ioira twice round ''.he waist and to
be tied on the left hip: thfl pendent part to be
- oniformly liryfiroot in length from the tie.
Frock cniZ dark blue cloth, single breasted,
with ten large rtgimental buttons down the
front at equlfdisiance. and two small regi
mental buuMp at the fastening of the cuff;
plain standi ip collar ; two large buttons! at
eacb-pockel ih the skirl, one of which at the
hip, and thefojher at the bottom of tbe fold of
tbe pof?ket,rriakig four buttous behind; lin
ing ol ll:b qta, bice
Cloak blue Jirjed with scsrlet shalloon ; walk-,
jug length itesp ornamcDts at .bottom of col
lar, gilt eal, iih chain.
Forage caprcord o pattern. ! ,.
Spurs for mpymea officers yeuow meiai or ju.
Sword Anof-Mrimson and golc, win ouuioo
tassel. ;; J It '. '.'.'.'! "
S i! IZ.lnfuhlrv.
Coat the same pattern as that of the artillery ;
tone ot darK blue cioin. imeu whh wuua
serge j edgt-diiwith white kerseymere where
thearti!ler 90a t is edged with red ; turnback
snd skirt linih'r of white kerseymere; skirl
ornament, silver embroidered bugle ; the lace
to be silver ki buttons, silver! pUted, of the
same device. $izs and shape, as those tor the
artillery. 1 i
EnauinMM according to rank and pattern, as
hereafter detenbed. J
Can same as! the artillery, '-except the oma
men is. which are a si ver bairle. numoer 01
regiments, surroDo;j by a gilt eagle,
rZume --white cjak-feathers, faniiig !rom an op-
rteht siemlh;ht inches Ion?, with a silt
socket. i' '! - ',
Trousers theisame as the artillery, except that
the stripe on 4be mixture trousers to ba of
white kerseymere. j
c- bars, puintv towards jbe cuff, on each sleeve,
above tie ;elbow Corporal?, two Urs.: 'The
" collar of Me jCief 'Mosician and Sergeant's
coats to pe tiimfedlwith yellow. wotstei bind
Ing.afie iaeit)rlepf theufScersMusician
cvati to be of red cloth, jellow tttrnbacks and
: 1 . .-.--...
:t - mhj tinny -
The sash is. to be oin on all occasions where
- m Iff IT
tbecer is in mit aress
TYmrf same material as for other corns but
CBt-f dt aJterihr style and tashlonoi a toj boir
rir furnished itiei Liothni2 Burtao. ' oer-
gf ams to bare woyellow stripes three fourths
wide; op each outwara seam, reay ;
between. '. Corporals and privates,
stripe op each outward seam. The
kirifa to be in adtanee of the seam. '
Jacket-lluejjoih for ! winter white .cotton for
sommer. stand tp collar ; trimed with yellow
worsted binding, like Sergeant s coai j bid
,The tiock coaf, as here - established, may be
JS mJa morning dress in ' qiarteis.
-j .. HmiM i,f narade ; to wit inspec-
raSsSnd hotals courts of inquy
Shnirasinswctioris of article?; and Jtecessa-.
opon tne marcu. - , . . itlY-t.
1 ne ' waist oeu is o. w.f , - - f
.1.1 .nd when the officer is engaged on duty of
JteMnfi.n- the sash is to be wrni-
Tbe swords 01 rjaounieo vuivw"-r-v
M.r frnm the belt, hv slings of tne
liciiwvii . - '
teriafs as tne otu, win
is now carry-
e-wHE Subscriber , rpspcilully
JJ-fneo'ds and the pub!, 1 hat hei
:'f.n the -Tailoring i).sness in
and hopes ihatfur a silence, of fourteen years;
he may be permitted to solicit public favour end
...lintii.n inhis line; and willibe indulged in
sayih that he has enjoyed the; advantages af
forced tdthettainrneqof superiority 4 in his
business both in Europe and America 15 years
in Europe and -SQ' in America, v He employs
nn hut the best of-workmen, Srtd would have
it particularly remembered, mat ne warrants
ry mmg oouc j a o,yr
so? i wiih his rnost respeetfuV how J he leaves his
Mtte rna-t . . . j --k,:,.- Vnd feels flalterfd
leriais T -7 1 ritb me OOPC luai iif: ".T "V -
K.!t fft insnend the sword more conTeuicu..j
- . f bnitmifi in tront. I .1 1, r. ?
c wic..cu, - 1-. - I wneo on too.
These hckets are to be made of cloth of the
quality used for It he old uniform coats. -Cap
same! material as for other corps, hut the
pattern. Ornaments, 4r trimming, lik the one
furnisbedj ;ibe Clothing Bureau. Drooping
white horsehair nompon.
Great coatwmQ materials as for other corps.
Sinf! nnUklir.doobled breasted, cape to reach
down to the cofll of the coat, and to button all
the way jij. 1 ' ,
Boots ankle. I . I f ' .
Th ih in -commissioned staff to wear aigoil
Ifltttrs on khe tU shoulder, like those for the
" artillery Non-jcommissioned, Staff and First
Sergeants of companies wear jenow wowcu
sashes.' I f j . j ! ;
Forage capblack leather, like patterns fur
rushed Ulythmg: Jiureaa.
14. Badges to Distinguish Rank.
j I i EPAULETTES.
Of ventral officers s abore discribed.
' . if ' l S . I J ... . ., ,
Of a Colonel bright butltoo, halt an men ai-
ameter, three! inches and a nail long ; piain
lace strap, 'ornamented with an embroidered
spread eagle the number of the regiment to
be embroidered! within the crescent ; cres-
; eagle and number to be silver
hullion is ?o!d. and eoid where the
VinlliiiD iis silrer.
nffi TSriiiennnt -Colonel ihe same as tbe Co
lonel, oulminsf Ithe easle.
nf a Jm'or the9 same as a Lieutenant Colo
J . "'.1.1 1 " 1 . ! .t .' 1. :i
nei sb to snape ana size ; iiie strap 10 or ui an
Clf AlU-Eii KO V LEK.
19. Horse Furniture for General and
, Officers. -'
-of alt viher Majors GentraL by
Lexingtoni April I40.1y46
JA .mhrniilered snread easle and two stars
Surctrigfe, of blue web, to be attached to tne
Tbesame as the above for sll the staff offi
cers holding the rank of general officers, ac-
i.mu;. nr,rla if under that rank.
thevareto use the saddle ctom piesciiocu 1 THfj. rjijd uifixi . . r jw. u
- Same as for the Ar
Same as for the
tnrTufTira to wit
Saddle cloth lor staff officers, dark bine, two
feet ten incites In lenghtb, and one loot ten 10
chesih depth, with an edging of gold lace ;
the width of the lace one inch ; to be worn
onderHh'e saddle. . ... ..
Bridle, of black leather ; bent branch bit, wun
gill, bosses ; the front and roses yeiiow.
CotfarJ yellow. . . , .
Holster; cohered with leopard-skin, or reamer
painted to resemble it ; the leather suiting me
warmer climates best. '
nmimn his SHOf JU
. POST OFFICE,
Continues to keep on hand a good assortment o
Watches and Chains, - -
Silver Spoons atid Pencils, " '
Mimical Boxes and SUeer Thimbles,
Breast Pins and Hings, '.-. . -Rod
eri ' Pockit and Pen Knives, -
And all other articles irrhis line. I ,
CM. O VHS & llf TC It JE S
T the ho-:-i
and fotir 1 '
22nd and 23r .: r
several tracts S i
or more, tl;at f
liffs Saiii I,
kin River, 2ti i
Yaikin holie r., !
of L-wis Fork -undivided
l ali ( ; ;
boro i one t f
and as a siiuai:
Also, on lip '2'
5old on the prt 1
of Land, siteatt
ble for its me uf
st(ck faun ; r.
Creek, and 10
f 5nid lands v, ; ' .
four years, ar.il
under the N ill i
19 -liorse Furniture for Mounted officers of Repaired in the best manner , and warranted for
TL -f-r-i. . twelve months. Old Gold and Silver taken in
iri tilery, uruntcc ui .
Saddle cloth dark blue, two feet ten inches in
length, and One foot ten inches in depht, with
- - - . m - a . . . t
1 he same as in
lJum(ta officers ot the 'Quarter Master's De-
partment, including the Quarter Master Gen
. . era) a light blue plume, of the same mate
rials and toim as that presented for general
. officers.-'-- ' ' - . ; ... "
Pumea--Officers of the Sobsistance Depart
ment, including tbe Como.issary General of
Subsl6tance of the same form and materials
, as that of the Qaartcr Master's Dcparfraeni ;
ha!f blue and half white ; Jip. white, half ihe
: ; V. 10- rttflen.
" oni oarK oiue cloth,-doable .breasted, two
rows of bu;u.n, ten in eaeh row, at qMal dis
lances: the distance between the rows four
inches at top, and two inches at bottom meas
uring from the centre or eyes of ihe bauons ;
standing collar, to meet in frgnl withj hotks
and eyes," and to rise no higher than to ner-
I mil the free torning of the chin over it ; two
loops, four aod a half inch h.ng, on each sid
of the collar, with one small uniform ooiton.
av the end of each loop; the collar eded alt
round with red ; plain round cuff, three inch
es deep t slashed flat on the sleve, six and a
half incites long, and two eibis of an inch
wid at the pointa, and two inches ideat toe
nartowps' part of ihe conr-; four loops ar d
foot small buttons on the stssiird flip n th
sleeve, for fieid officers ; ff Capia'it; a!sl-eve
of the same fashion!, but the slash on foor
and half inches lurg, with three ioor)s acd
ihree small oottoos ; aod for subalierns, a
ilash sleeve f three and a r.slf inches; lorg,
wiih la loops and iwi small bottom k kps
to .be placed, at rqol distance ; slashed flap
' on the skirt, with four lunps ni.d large bet
tons ; the slashed flaps on the slerU and
skins to be edgrd wih red on the ends ai.d
indented edge; two large buttons at tWe wist
skirl 10 'xtfiid to within ihrec and a half inch
es if the henuif the boe, red kersteyioeie
tun.hiicks and kirt lininrs iild erobfi 5lr-d
shell und fl..ue i. the buttctc uf the Ukiris
y7? oh the cellar and flaps to he of 2 jfdire.
halt ar inch wide, t.i ihe er.tire loop Dot to
exceed o;e sr.d a "quarter'' i:rchc? in ll.'radb,
the coat to c nr.ed iib red.
Epunl tiles -according to rank and pattern, as
boreal ler described.
Sword fy Scabbard ' j
Waist beU M plate
oword knot 1 1
Sash ' 1
Gloves ! li
Spurs Jor mounted officers
.1 i L
Frock Coat same as for the artillery, except:
i the button, which will he tbe regimental bat-
ton. , I
Cloak samel as fortthe artillery, except the li-j
ntng, which, will be wmtebaloun.
Forage cap-i accordingEitiern.
j! 1 3. Dragoons
Coat dark blue cloth, double breasted, two rows
of buttons, ten. in each row, at equal distances!
after tbe fashion of the coat described for the
infantry, except that the buttons are to be oil
ihe lace gpld the collar, coff, and turbacks,
yellow, !re skirts to be ornamented wiih a
star, insieaifJ;ot a bugle, and the length of the
skirt to be what is called three quarters. The
slash flap op the skirt and sleeve to coi respond
with that of the infantry ; the slash on the
sleeve to designate rank in the same manner ;
'' the collar tp be framed with lace, two loops
on each side of tbe collar, with small uniform
buttons at ihe back end of the hops,
EpauUtts according to the established rule,
where the button is yellow, and according to
rank ; the strap to hate no number on it.
Button gilt convex j device, a spread eagle,
wiih the letter D on the shield.
Trousers fo the company officers, blue crrav
mixture, 0 the same color as that for the in
fantry, wu two stripes of yellow clotb, three
fourths ol ah inch wide, upeach outward seam,
leaving a fight between.
Field Officers and Adjutant, dark blue
cloih, witl two 8tries of gold lace op each
outward sejaraj three-fourths of an inch wide
leaving a light between. For the suramer, ail
officers io wear plain white drilling
Cap of ihe lame material as that for the infao-
try, but adcrrdiPg 10 a pattern furnished ; to
oe ornamented; with a gilt s'.ar. silver eacrle,
and gold cord the star to be worn in front;
with a drtmping white horsehair pompon ;tbe
fiiehl officers to have a small t. ipe of red bair.
to snt'W ui front ot ineir pompons.
ft' ' i . . . - g r . - . , 1 1 1 .
uiiguiutue i iwisieo goio cow, wun crilt c?s,
io be' worn I under th eprtu'e'le of the
shoulder, will distinguish ihe field officers and
Spurs yellow metal.
Sabre steel scabbard, half basket hilt, ill wiih
twu fluted bars or. the outside, fish skin grinp,
oour.d wun silver with, and l ihe paitfru de
ptis'ud with ihe Ordnance Diopartmeot.
Knot geld cbrd with acorn end.
Sash silk net, deep orange color, and like that
01 the inlaftiry, as to shape and s;ze ; to be
tied 00 the hghi hip to be worn only ien in
ion cress, or wbeu directed bv tbe command-
inij offiwrf I . j
iTrtisf belt ijlack paent leather, one and a
hafH.ehMde, uih sl'ir.g. r,.ke, and pN?,
!;k- those u th uei.eral talfJ .fni'tina on il.
piav 'bf. letters U and it.serli(,g"the let
ter I) wilritn th wrealiu
.Qocfr black silk.
G fovea whitk
lace five eighths of an inch in width for the
artillery and ordnance, gold lace ; scarlet edg
in for the artillery, black for the ordnance ;
for the infantry, silver lace and white edging.
ver lace,! where, tbe buillion is gold, and of gold Bridle ot black leather, gilt bits, stirrups, and
mountings, for the artillery and ordnance, and
plated for the infantry j front and rosses for
the artillery, red ; for the ordnance, blue ; for
the infantry, white.
Collar for the ar:illery,red ; for the ordnance
blue ; for the infantry, white.
Holsters to be covered, with black bearskin, or
black leather ,
SO General Remarks. 4
The! hair to be short, or whajis rgenerally
termecf cropped ; ihe whiskers not to extend be
low; the lower tip of the ear, and io a line thence
with the curve of the mouth. "
Vests are. not described, as they form no pait
of the military dress When worn however by
general or general staff officers, they may be of
toff, blue, or white, to suit season and climate,
with the small uniform nutton; for rigimentaloffi
cers. the same with the exception of the buff.
The; forage cap may be worn off duty, with
frock coat and with the
ihe forasre cap, in cold
temporary band of black fur, two and a half in
ches wide, attached to the bottom, to unite in
front by a tie of black ribbon.
Regimental officers not seiving with their re
gimeots, nor doing doty in the liae. may wear
Cocked hats of tbe same description as those pre
scribed for general officers, except that ihe loop
will be of black silk ; the eagle yellow, the las
sets to conform to the color of the button.
Cocked bats may be either open or formed so
as to shut like the hat which has heretofore
been designated chapeau de bras.
All officers are permitted to wear citizen's blue
coat, with the button designating their respec
live corps or stations, without , any oilier mark
oh thein, such a coat, however, is nut to be con
sidered as a dress for any military purpose what
ever. ; - - -
Howg rJrje hth, with go lace border, for
thfe tjd efficers and 'coinrnissionpj staff, one
and a half inches wid, and yellow doth boil
cer.of the isame width, for company officers. -
BridU-bUck leather. '
Moumlings-tM met alio mountings, stirfops, bits,
c , ot saddle tod bridle, to be of yellow tue
otrnm&imed Officers, Buglers, 4
. - 1 votes of uraoons -?
Cool dark Clue cloth short coat, double breast
ei, iifh yellow collar, cuffs, turn-backs, and
nr'j u . .- . 1 . . .
1 -"-- --"MioKr Knus, oij ine exc: cm anc
1 wsnt'HJ t o?e ftirriished le Chvihlng Bu-
re- oegeaois Co wear, chevrons of three
I . tv n (Lit 1. 1 . 1 1 1 1. cilv.r
sue nueic uuuruu ia oii,vi ,
on the iiirkn ict correspond in color with the
bullion ; the border of the strap the same col
or of the' bullion.
Of a Copairt-iplain lace straps aod solid cres
cent bullion ntjB fourth inch in diameter and
two & a! half! inches deep ; regimental num
ber 00 ihe 1st rap to be gold embroidered where
the btillioni is silver, and to be silver embroid
ers where 1 hei bullion is gold.
Of a Lieutenant the same as tor a Captain,
except that the bullion is one-eighth of an
inch in diametsr
Tbe bullion of jallfepaulettes to correspond 10
a 1 it ! ? -L i .1
coior wun tne notion 01 1 tne coai.
Ail officers haying military lank, to wear one
epaulette oh each shoulder.
The number on thr epaulette being jnteoded
to deno'e the. regiment, it will be worn by leg)
Epaulettes may be worn either with pads or
JlguilUtles6f regimental staff officers twisted
gold and silver cord, with gilt tags, woin un
der the epaulette of the ri?ht shoulder.
27ie dresk Uniform Generals, and general staff
officers, is tone worn at dress reviews, and on
extraordinary occasion? i
The undress is for general use, and maybe
worn on all; occasions not specified above;
The blue frock poat may be worn by General
. cr. !'' : a j
cuiueis on common occasions uu paraae, auu
when the troops are ordered to weai their great
coats updn a march. .
Officers of the staff may wear, under the same
circumstances, the blue frock coat prescribed for
The PF0 VivVbe fotn over the frock coat
vworn oy trenerai anu start
dress, and on all occasions
Ahe troops, whether in an
CiT p1-4r 'icnts or corps, having the bre
vet raiiiUneJs, may, at their option, wear
the uniform Nfibeir respective regiments or corps,
cr that of gt-neral officers according to their bre
vet rank, with the evcepticn of ibe plume, which
is to be worn only when cemmandincr. according
to their lespepiive regiment or corps.
All other brevet officers will wear the epao-
leue8 distinctive of their highest rank according
to their artrii j i I - .- -
Officers of regiments and posts will be provi
ded with shell jacket s, 16 be worn in summer, d
ring the extreme beat Of the season : the shell
jacket to be bf the following pattern : white cot
ton or linen.nh standing collar ; cuffs ihree In
ches deep round the wrist, to open at the lower
seam, whsreM they will he buttoned with two
small uniform; buttons. A rowf ten small uni
form buttons down the front at equal distance ;
the front and rear of the! jacket to come down io
a peak. j . i
The commanding officer will determine in ore
ders, when the jacket is to be worn by4he offi
cers and men, according to the state of the
weather. 0i doty, the sash will be worn with
the shell jackit. j
M ; :
IS. Shoulder Straps to 6 icorn on the Frock
Coat to designate rank.
A Major General the sama as a Major Gen
eral commanding in chief, except that there
will be twosiars instead of three; ihe centre
ot each star to be one inch from the outer edge
vof ih gold fmbroidery on the ends of the strap.
ji Cofonel-f Strap of tfie-satne eizp as above
the ernbrqiderr on the border o be one half
the width fi e one 1 eighib of an inch ;) an
embroidered spread eagle on the cenre of the
sirap two inches bet ween the tips of he wings,
having in the no ht la ion an r.bre branch, and
in the left a bundle of arrows; and'escuich
eon ;n the breast as represented in the arms of
the Uimed aiates ;; the -embroidery of the
eagle to be of silver w here the border is gold,
and of gold where the border is of silver.
1 Lieut nant L'okwieZ-j-lhe same as for a Colo
nel, oui:iUn the eagle, and introducing a leaf
af e?ch etui, each leaf extending severt
igiths of an inch from the end 'border of the
strap ; the embroidered leaf of the same color
wih ths border
i Vajorlhe sam as that for a Lieutenant
Colonel, exc epvj that the leaves will be ofsil
ver where the border is nf gold, and cfgold
wher ih border is rfsilverr
A Captain ibe same as that for a Major, ex
cepi that two embroidered bars will be substi
tuted for each leaf, of the same width and col-
exchange for articles purchased; or in payment
foidebts due. :' '---'y''-4:
...k DAVID L. POOL.
Salisbury, June T9 -1$39 tf45 SjAT&'i
ATLAS ; it new Geography and Atlas, for
iho ose of Schools aod private learners'
io fact for ail who may wish to read history, 'and
to have it in the family, j A compfete System of
modern Geography, coraptising a desiiiplion of
tbe present state of the world and its five great
divisions, Europe. Asiai, Africa, America, Tarid
Oceanica, with their several Empires, Kingdoms,
States. Territories. &c The whole embellished
by numerous Engravings, various interesting
objects of. Nature and. Ari ; together with repre
sentations of remarkable and noted events, sim
plified and adapted to the capacity of any, illus
trated by an Atlas of 16, maps drawn St engiaved
to accompany the work, mst tastefully and
carefully coloured and elegantly pot up The
whole work is neatly done -The publishers
have received numerous testimonials in favour
of the Geography, frotkr Teachers and others in
various parts of the Union. There are so many,
they would make a pamphlet, we. would -make
a pamphlet, we would select some of them ; but
Also, there v,'i
days of Sppteu,;
named .Hugh T
a quantity of r
crop of Wl .
Rye attd O-.ts ;
and 26! h, a pur
the premises in
For mvre full h
.referred to Unz
Miller, who r;
July SI; IS;
1 t . ; t I ' vuuiuiiivii
speu jacxet ; in wtnier, ,h afe lQQ . fQt a nevsspt advertisement
rlimatex. will have a i ... ' . 0 . k- -r r
: , . . ivir eoomosi
or a the border! ; to be placed parallel to tbe
ends of the strap r the distance between then?
and from the border qual to lb width of the
border. jt . j hi
A First Lieutenant The same as for a Cap-
t a n, excepting ibaij there will be one bar at
each end trstead nf two.
a Second leutenaitihe same as for a First
Ltruieoairi .imitliriw ihw K,a
the borders of the
to correspt-nd in col
21 Uniform of the JVon-Commissioned Offi
cers. Musicians, Artificers, and Privates, of '
Sergeant Major, the same as that established
for '.he field officers, excepting-that binding
will be substituted for a gold lace; the epau
letfs to be nf the same pattern as that of the
subalterns, excepting that worsted bullion will
be sutstitnted fur gold bullion ; plume, red up
right hackle, twelve inches long; aiguillette
on the left shoulder, of yellow worsted, wiih
gilt tags. - :
Quarter Master Sergeant, the same as the Ser
geanl Major, excepting ihe.plurxe will be of
light bioe. r "
Chief Musician, the same as Quarter Master
Sergeant, excepting the coat 10 be of red
cloih, with white linings and turnbacks j
Sergeants, coat 10 be dark blue, single breasted,
with one row of nine buttons, placed at equal
distances ; the skirts to extend within seven
inches of ihe bend of the knee ; the coat to
conform to the pattern of the officers' coats in
other respects, excepting that the cuff shall
have three buttons and loops on (lie slash
sleeve, to conform to that designed for a Cap
tain ; the lace to be of worsted ; two worsted
epauletts corresponding in pattern with those
of a Captain , First Sergeant of companiis
to wear a red wmsted sash ; all Sergeants iu
weat the red stripe on the blue mixture trou
sets, as designated for o fficers; same for ib
non commissioned staff
Corporals, same as Sergeants, excepting that
there will be but two buttons on tbe slash
sleeve, conforming io ihe pattern of the sleeve
for the subalterns; trousers same as Sergeant;
icilhovt the stripe ; tno epanletis of the pat
tern for the soualierns of the same maierials
as those of the Sersreants.
Privates, tha same as the Corporals, excepting
thai thstead of epauletts.'a strap will be" worn
on each shoulder, compose of 4he samema
lenals and form of the epauleus ofthe Corpo
rale, with pad and half fringe!. L
Musicians, lb same as the privates, excepting
that the coat b of red oloih, lined with white'
white plume, oprigbt hackle' ten inches long!
The cap of the noo commissioned officers,
musician, and privates, 40 be of the same pat
tern as that des'gna'ed f r the officers.
The plumes ol the Sergeants, Corporals, and
privates, red worsled, etght inches hW.
Uniform of the non commissioned -fficers, must
cxans. and privates of the Infant, the sm
as that for the artillery , excepting i t far;,(e8 j
t f 1 tn rr mm- L L. 111 a. t
- ......w..1jtB, niucii 111 oe xcnxie, plume
white; Oiarler Mastcir Sruam li.ki u..
- -m o " "i UIUV
most earnestly solicit a critical examlna-
of the work by all may feet an interest in plac
ing before youth a correct Geography." There
is, also an outline Atlas which can accompany
the Geojraphyr he-maps of which are not col
oared, but calculated to aid the learner. 1
SCF" Just call atNo. I, Cheap side, Fayette
ille St., where you may find the above- work,
together with every newj publication of, the day,
aod many rare works of older limes .
TURNER & HUGHES.
Rale.igh Jan. 1, 1S4Q y v
State of Jlovtti .ivoUua-
Court of Equity July Term, 1S40. I
Leonard WcBride, John'
McBride, Nicholas Me
Bride, f Anderson Mc
Bride, and others. .
Benj Clayton, & wife
Nancy, W m. McBride,
Nathan McBride, and
Petition for sle of
IN this case, it appearing to the satisfaction of
the Court, that the Defendants are not 'resi
deolsof this State: 1 1 js therefore ordered, that
publication be made for 6ix weeks in the Carolr
na Watchman, that they appear at the Court
of tfquity, to be held for said county of Sorry,
at the Court House in, Rock ford, on the fifth
munday after the third mbnday of Aojost next,
then and there to answer,! plead, or demur to the
will of the lomplainanlr, otherwise, the canse
will be heard expane, and Judgment entered ac
cordingly. t1 t .
S GRAVES c. m. e
August, 7, 1840 6w2 -Printer's fee $5 50
FOR S ilLS.
rriHE oodersigned will sell at Public Sale in
u. Lexington, Da vi iWn Comity, on the 5ih
day of Oct'ber next, (it being Monday of Supe
rior Court.) six
in tha T..u:n ..f I : .... !
- ... Vl lxt&iiiuiuii. 1 nrei 01 tnem
frnniing the main street, the other three situated
on me oaeK street. A credit of six titonihs will
oe given by the purchaser giving bond and good
t , E. S CALDCLEUGII.;
Lexinoton. N. C. Ang 10, 1840-8w3
STK8i:n OR STOMsEJ
m -" .Mwicnui sorrei tiorse.
u. six years old, aboiji 12 Jf 13
lianas nigh, with a small white sM
.in C ..L -j '
1. j , .
.gu ,.a.;er.iia a nam trotter. A reasonable
rewire win of.
e given fur his delivery
W E L L I N GTn jij ,
Augirsi I840lf4 1 i4
JS'ole. lhe embroidery of
strafis is irt eery instance, to
or to tne oanon orihe coat.-
Noncommissioned offices tod privates, as
well as musicians, w ho shall have served faith
fully for the term of five years, shall be permit
ted. as a mark of disiioctton, to wear a chevron
tbe sleeves of their dials, above He. elbow
Pi p. and an additional che v ton on each arm
Zl 1 !TU0M' fif e JMrs taithful ser 1
I.?." .t. Hb0Se trseivrd. in the war shall
have the addition of a red siripe on eaeh aide of i
the chevron, 3w7 '
Works, for Schools and Colles:"
Tram t 1 .1.
u4 '--' tjvuiia in ..juarin. nrat 1 .esi tna m
Jl- Greek; a Grammar of the Greek "Lat
goage; a System ot Greek Pnly ; Cseai's
Commentaries on the Ga ilicr.War ; Sallupis
Jogwiihine War. wiih Engraved No es j th
leet Orations uf Cicern. ith Fnaravinr' Sit
i Works uf Horace, with Nu'e,. fjacobti Grek
Header, with Notes, Critical, and a Classical
Dictionary, wiih Notes explanatory, io. 1-Vol.
Royal 8 vo. (nearly ready.) ; 5 iC
1 he above valuable Work are for sale at the
North Carolina ftok Sinre. by X' ) " 7
: TURNER 81 HUGHES.
iiateign, Ag. S, 1840-itfC p !' '
JL his friends
moved to tne :
Brown's Store, v
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j- Lemon ,
And other thini
Hon, which can :
at any oiuer ps u
March. 20, IS :
It much better :!
dies. It is so
or killing the rr,
is so' -cor, fined hy
serve its hah nee ,
hing of Ihe stcrir
-j I think. hv thl
water will d at
and the meal i f
Any person ui-
dlrs, may obtain
tion, ( wilhin a
bable c st will nr t
Spindle ready t r
Spinule in sue -ft
Kelly, Thus IV
Foster, of l)i v (
David J Ilaa1 -of
Ron an ; A !-''
Willlahn Du-5 ( a'
pleased with it ;
Ncvembf r S, i
1tin i uti ov r.:
y : v-. ;;; f
Peter Mock ar.J
" Ik this case it
Henry Mock, IV
are noi innaoiu :
hy the Court, tl.
weeks in the f
defetidant p' r-
ces of enr C af 1
the iie.'xi.Coui!, '
Court lluii'-p in
io N'vetuheT na
to the plain lifTs
ing exparic 3S ' '
tess!i enter d sz
, w. V it rtAtL I 1 j ;
eoort at office, ti
Mi Auwosl 21-t
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