TOS DdCTRIMJ or TncAio
A Vi f?nrtr!ni oT treason" hll ht
come a fruitful aiibfcctoFcoatrovcny
bstwctaahepormcal parcf of our
coantryr and as it,is-ncccmry that
the uiturt oflteawl tjalaitthc.auu
should be defioed md underUood b
t!JfI citlnotorbear to rcqustt you
p publish the pplnlon of one of .ihe
most conspicuous, md: distinguished
chirictcrs id our revolutionary etrug
glc,upoa this irnporunt subject. The
ciuracter.or the late Dr.Witherspoon,
irho wis President of Princeton Col-l:gt,sUnd'too-
high in this country
to tdmUof - a doubt ; that he would
commit. the Authority of his name to
aay production,-or to. any sentiment,
which was pot the mire eguslod of bis
ob t unbtised juagmentjV "
' The doctrine laid down in the sub.
joined extract was not more apHca
b!e in the tiniw of the vrar'of the re
volution, ?thaa it is applicable to the
present contest between the U. States
tud G. Britain ; . fiJf if one Who, at
that time, was bare Ajr neuter? could
" sccrcth ht 'forgiven? at least ecjual.
ly criminal now, since our indepen
dence has been "acknowledge and
, established! the American who not
only wishes to stand beuter,V but
who actually abets -and eocouracei,
by bis gross language,; and his licen
tious opposition to the government,
the savage enemy to pursue his fit
ticks upon our rights and indepen
Mr Grundy i an able and distin
guished member of the House of He
presentidves of the U. States,' in a
soccch made at the last session of
Congress, advanced doctrines upon
this subject very similar to those cpn
uined in thjs extract, which thefede
ral orator and" writers have assailed
and attempted' controvert Mr.
Grundy'a;high legil character is of
itself suficicnt to establish, the cor
rectness of any doctrines of upon
a subject with which we are bound to
suppose htm intimately acquainted ;
but over and above the merit o! the
authority, of Mr. Grundy, tipon the
. subject of whit constitutes treason a
gainst the sute,' if we take the evi
dence of Dr..Vithcrspooo, I think
it may be considered as "conclusive
upon the subject.
Another reason Which induces me
to request you to republish this ex
tract is, that a virtuous'and respecta
ble class of our" fellow1 citizens',' who
blindly follow their wicked and pros
tituted leaders, may -have an oppcr
tuniiy, before they proceed too ar,
to perceive their crime and the dan-
ger they ire heedlessly rushing joto";
If such should be its effect, as well as
bbear evidence to the correctness of
Mr. Grundy's opinion, my purpose
will be accomplished, and I shall be
gratified that I have been the instru
ment in rendering esentialscrjwce
to a portion of the American people,
and of strengthening the sentiments
nf a gentleman for whom I have the
highest respect and esteem.
It wiU be observed that Dr. With,
erspoon was a native of that country,
te people of which are more remark
able thin any odicr.pcople for their
pertinacious adherence tomoharchi
cal principles that he was born, edu
tated and brought up in Scotland, and
it is reasonable to suppose ahat his
early bias was in favor of the Cause of
his King ; but reason hiving assumed
lcs empire to his capacious mind, he
felt no hesitation .in giving ciii rency
to senuments which tended to pro
iote order and free- govern menu
h:y were-addressed to hjs country,
pen, the natives of Scotland, , residing
a America during the war 61 the it
volutiotu vv , . B. -
' ? EXTRACT. - v
u Uitre u ujy principle that , vm neTer
Jfrtcd upoa the tocUl union, it is,' tht
t body, rery society tniut be dtenaied
plvirUity. Tber wu a time when It
u rx : ooly jut tod consistent,' but neces
yrj. lbi every one should treJc hi mind
retij fuUy of ihe necesMty or espedien
J l rettii tut uibbrlty of Grot liritiin'
' v ' -
But the t'meia'bVer lonr aso. Themes-
turti being' respired ifpon. nd the. conflict
bertn. ene wro !birely "ueuter tkricifCe
ly b$ fortfrcn I)' ecrct" pfoddinff .enemy
mmi be conidered "a yiitorf , Every one
whoyccwUndcrimon afier the decisive
reruUtlom formed'. til the colonies,' ougut
to be comidertd.' ai, pledging Vi fsth and
honor to saUt in the common cause."'
"Let rrie uy to illnstrtte it by a timilar
case.', Soppose that a ship at sea springs a
leak, fthtebjf xposet the whole company to
the most imminent danger of peribin.--Sopposea
'council 'i is called of . all' the peri
sons on fcosrd, to determine vhat port they
hill endeavor to iraia. CThen it ianot onlv
the right, but the duty bi cfery one to speak i
his dCm judgtnear, and to press it upon o1
iners, dj every argurasni w nis power,
Suppose a great majority determine to push
for a ceruia place; and to go to the pump;
by turns every quarter of an hour.i but that
two or three, or one, if you .please, is of opii
nion, that they should hive ,bne another
coarse, because of lhewint currejit7r any
oilier circumsUnce; and that if would be
best to cljanjje hsnds every half hour at!
ibis is vet'. -Uut if, after the deteTminatidn,
this same gentleman, because h'u advice
was not fallowed, thould refuse to pump at
all. should sl'Jy alter the ship's course, or
deaden her by every tnearfs Wt his power or
even should only,' by continual complaints
and despondent fears, discourage others, on
whose activity the common ssfety depended,'
I desire to knovr what treatment he would
receive or destnre ? AVithout doubt he
would be thrown overboard in Jess time than
1. have taken to atate the'easc.'
. lam not ablf 'to perceivt Uie least dif
Terence between this supposition and what
takes place in America at the present time
BrtlTlSlf DECENCY. ,
The ship Fair .American, apJaio
Weathers, which arr.iyed ' here On
Monday from Lisbon,',was boarded
on the 26th Jul) in la; 42, long. 04,
fronl his Britannic Majesty's frigate
i1aVfif5nr,jCrptain Burdett, afer a
chase of tehrmrs, and the foUoi?mg
particulars respecting the infamous
treatment received from Captain B.
wj:re ndteu dowp by the passengers,
and are published at their request. .7
At 9, J A . si. was brouaht too -and
haifed from CaptVin ll. (who "stood
in die main rigging,) 4s follows
' Where "arc you from ? 'Answer
From LtSbon.V ' Vhy did yoii not
heave too. and not run me so far out
of my way.r' Answer, 41 I under
stood there was.a French squadron
out- and I thought you niight h.we
been one of them." To which Bur-
dett replied, You have reard of nri
such thing sir, yon arc a liar 201: arc
a damned liar sir, and your whole
country are; a damned set of liars
icti are a nation of liars, and repeated
me ssme several times over, ne
then cqntinued, " I will cut your ca
bin to pieces I will cutt?u in pieces
lower your topsails down, sir get
a big of dollars ready to pay for the
shot I have hove at you they were
the JCiog's shot, sir you ari an ene.
my, sir, (twice, repeated) for you
hare ho licence from my government,
sir, or you tro.uld not have run away
from meif.yf He then repeated over
several, of the above blackguard ex
pressions, and ordered Captain Wea
thers to come on board with his pa
pers, which he complied with, and
while there, was grossly insulted with
the loulest Iancmace.
VVe recommend, trie above to the
attention of the Boston Rebel, who
says in his CentineL that the- English
ire the most pious, humane and gen
liemanitf people in the word.J
JJotton Pd trttt.
nit TasciivtD, axo orraas raa sale,
SUGAR' in parrels Cofiee in bags Su
nerfine Flour Hvson Tea Gin .Cases
and a small assortment of Dry Goods. '
in tux city or hai.kioh,
TWO LOTS, well improved, convenient
Neighbourhood, and Well situated for the coo
venience of private families.' One of thera
loduding twoi acres, a most elegant Seat
The othehhas not so mdeh Ground attached
to it. Apply to ' ' .
Joty-T. STEULING YANCV-'
vtWas leit.uJidircetedsoroe months ago,
at the Stage0ffice-,lm'.Raleigb, consisting
ehlefly of Alaps of the West-India Islands.
:,:Jlie,owner,oa tnplication, will bare the
packet restored, r : v . yrr.&t;uiji.
Kef carrying Maib 'tf the United State ph cbt
' 'YottoisiMjr Post tioadt, will be received at tb
central ipit'Ujjicc, in wrjro .tratuin
tbreTarbortfusbGrecnYiUe & -Wishing
ton, to . Newbern, twice a week. . '-'
Leave Pctersbarzeverv T-eidiv and Friday
at 4 a Ht? arrive at Halifa the next day by 2
p m. reave at 23 prj ana arrive, at XMewoern
on Friday and Tuesday; by 10 a nt.1 Leave
Newbern every Friday and Tuesday au2 p trL
and arrive at Petersburg, en ; Monday and
Thdrsday'by Tp m. ' ' , ! .
t I IT NO RT I- CAROLINA . .
7 From Warf ento'ti, by Falconer &X.ew;
iiburg, to1 Rafergbj-every da;
.'. Leave Warrenton every da at l a m.&nd.
arrive at Raleigh by noon. ; Leave Raleigh
every day at noon, and arrive at Warren too
by 11 pm - 4 . . . . y.'
WFrora Rale:gh; ,by'Avertsl?orough,' to
rayciievue, every aay.'. ,,., - -.
Leave Raleigh every day at X p m. and ar
rive at FayettevRIe the next day hyZatji,
Leave Fayettevilleevery day at 9 p m. and ar
rive at Raleigh the hext day by 11 am,
99 From Fayettevilfe, by Lumberton, No
land'a and BatHeld't, to Port's Ferry, S, G.
every day, " y ' ' "
, Leave Fayetteville every day at 3 a m. and,
arrive at Ports' Ferry by 10 m. Lea ye
Port's Ferry every day at 3 a m, and arrive at
Faretteville bv 9 jo ih. .
100 From Suflollc; Va. by Gates c. h. to
Sdenton, tw ee a week. v
Leave Suffolk every .Monday and Friday at
7 a tn. and arrive at E demon by 4 m. Letve
Eden ion every Tuesday and. Saturday at '4 a
m.-and arrive at SuITold by 6p in.'
101 From Edcnioni by- Lee's Mills and
Plymouth, to Washington, once a week.
Leave Edenton every Tuesday at 8 am.
1 and arrive at' Washington on"" Wedoeday by
11am.. L fare Washington every Wcdnes.
dy at 2j i. and arrive at Efenton on Tburs
j day by op in, ' ' ' 'Ci
02 From Warrenton, by CrovehillJoj3es)s
j Store, Halilax, Bellevae, Murfreesborough',
j Winton, Colerain and .Windsor, to Edeuton,
once a week. tr , V .
Lelve Warrtntoh every Saturday at C a vi,
arrive at Murfreesboro' on Sunday by 3pm,
and arrive at Edenton on Monday by 6m.
Leave Edenton every Tuesday at G a m, and
arrive at Warrewton on. Thursday by 6 pii.
' Q3 From Kdenton, by Hartford, Nixonton
Elizabeth, Camden c. h Indiantown, Curri.
tuck c.h. Tull's Creek, N. W. R. Bridge, V
and Great Bridge, to Norfolk once a week.
. Leaver Eden tou every Tueeda) at 6-a m
and arr.ve at Norfolk on Thursday by 4 pm.
Lcve Norfolk every Fi'iday at 8 a . and
aaivtr ar Edenton ovn Sunday Ly 6p m,
104 Tiom Elizabeth City to New Lebanon,
once a week. i
Leave Elisabeth City every Saturday at 4
a m. and arrive at Ntw Lebanon nine day
j by 0 am. Leave New.Lebanon at noon,
j and arrive at EliziDeth City by 6 p m, , j
10 j from Y.arrenton, by Witliamsboro ,
MetritsviUe, Gosheii, Mount Tirzaii, Hox
boro', Leas burg, Caswell c. h, Lenoxcastle,
Rockungham c- h. Mount Pleasant, Rocky
spring and Ccrmanton, to Salem, once a
week. . .
Leave Warrenton every Saturday at 4 a m,
arrive at Merritsviile by leave at 2 p.
tn, and arrive at Salem the next Tueday by 10
o m. Leave jSalera every Tuesday at 2 in.
and atrive at Warrenton the next Friday by
106., From Raleigh, by Southerjard'sStore,
Lcmay sX Roads, Merritsviile and btagsvitle,
to Hillsborouzh once a wee.
Leave Hirisboro' every Wednesday at 2 p
m. and arrive at Raleigh oh Friday by 10 a
in. Leave . Raleigh every Friday at 2 p m
and arrive at Merittsoille on Saturday at I p
vu depart at 2 pm and arrive at Hillsbo
tough by Saturday at noon. r ;
107 From Raleigh, Chapel Hill, iiillsbo:
rough, Mason's Hail, Haw River, Allemace,
Greensboro', Mlninville and Dobson'f,to"
Salem, to return from Salem by Jamestown,
Green iboro'f' Allemance, See.. once a week. '
Leave Raleigh every Saturday at 4 a m.'as
rive at Hillsborough by' 4 fi'n. depart at 4A
p m.'and arrive at Salem the next Tuesday by
10 a ra..JUfve aiera every 1 uesday at dp
. and'attlfsrat Raleigh the next Friday by 1
103 From Saka.r by Bethania, Panther
Creek; HuntsvillcV Hamptonville; tlduston-
ville, Statesville, lsiund Ford, Morganton &
Mackeysville, to Asbeviue, once a week.
Leave Salem every Tuesday at 2n. and
arrive at Ashetille the siext t riday by 8 ttn.
Leave Asheville every Saturday at 6 a m. and
arrive at Salem the next Tuesday by 10 a m.
1C9 From HonuvlUe, byRockford.Wiltes
borooth; Ashe c h. and Eh2abethtowoj- to
Joaesboroueb. T. once a week.
Leave Hunts vine Jevefry Wednesday at.fi
a m. and arrive at jonesbcrough the next .bun
day bf4p tnv- Leave Jonesbotooghevcry
Monday at 0 a tn, and arrive at lluntsvilie
the next. Fr. day by 6p m. , ;
110 From Hillaborocgh, by Mount Ttrra'h,
Pe.son c h; WiUiamsviJ!e, the. Red Houie,
and Irvine's, to Halifax c n. Va."'ohcin
two weeks. ,: 1 7
' Leave H ill shot oogh every other Sunday xt
6 am. and arrive at Halifax c. b on Monday
by 6 p m. Leave Halifax c. h. every other
Tuesday at 6 a m, and arrive at Hillsborough
on Wednesday by 6 m. ft vv 4 "V V
111 From Sa!em, by Lexington, Salisbury,
Locke's, Concord, Miilgrove. .v Charlotte
Whitehall and ; Hil ron Wotks.o, York
c h S C. return the same road to Charlotte,
thence by Alexihdxiana,. Mount Morne, Fall
townStateiville, Barberry, SaL'sbon U Lex
mgton, to saienTi- once" wetK
Z ton, imtif tbf lWday of SrjtcinbyriKttstri.
clutive. ', , , V f
95 From Peferslfjr?by BiHops: Parti am's
Stoic, llicksford.-HSlifaz EnBeld,,MNairs
v Ttve Salem eeTr ThesdaV at-2 P m. ar
rive atSalisburv on . Wedneidajr.by .a m. ar
tiVe at. Charlctte jbhnrsday-jooort, and ar4
rtve ai;jcrKfC4 n. ic iv( j t
fceae Vorfe c h. etery Saturday at 6 a in, and
arrive it Salem th 'oeitt Toesdsy by 1D: am.
112 From Raleigh; by iNew Hopc Hridge
PittsborQugb and Randolph Ci'hy to sahsouryi
once 31: week, rt''K'
Leave RaJeleh every.Sundav at 3 A tnMa
arrive at Salisbury; the next IVednestUy by 9
a toVLeaveiSaiisbVy ?y7 Wednesday at
noon, ana arrive at xwicigginc; nei mr
dav noon. V -. '- i.
113 "From Charlttttei'bv Beattiesford, Gra
ham's, Lincolntoni'Mofganton and Fort De.
fiance to vyilkesborough. once a, week.'
Leave Charlotte every Thursday .at jip m.
and arrive at Wdk'esboro' the next Sunday by
10 a m. Leave Wllkesboro, every Sunday at
2pm. and arrive'at Charlotte the next Wed
nesday by 10 a m? - v
114 From AslierUle to Haywood C h, once
in two'.weeXs" '.v. i.i- i-'-V.- :.
Leave Asheville every other Saturday at &
a m. and arrive at Hay wood c. hrby,4 p m.
Leave Hay wo9d c. h. at p p m. and arrive , at
Ashevilje the next day by 6 p ?n.v ix v? CS
115. From JayettevJIe, by Modre c: nand
W adders .Ferry, to ly son's More, omnung
VVaddel's Ferry tm tberetpih. ; V-
Leave Fayetteville every Thursday at 2
p m. and arirve at T y son's Store on bsturday
by nooa ; Leave Tyson's htore very vyed
nesday at fci.m. and arrive at Fayetteviliepn
.1 nursaay py yiu a m
1 16 From Fayettcvillei byReed Store,
H ay woodsboro'i PittsboroV jCioyei Garden &
LindJey's, to Htlsboro one juvfwk omit
ing LindUy's on tiie return. ,"'V '.
Leave Fayetteville every Thursday at 2pm.
and arrive fit Hnisboro onSatiirday by Apmt
Leave Hillsboro' every Sartfrday at 6j6 &
arrive at Fayettevi t the pext; Thtfflay by
10 aw . ; . v. -f'L ,
117 From Fsyetteyille, by M'Faandsvine,
Rockingham, Sncedsboro, Wadesboro''.' Al
len town, Henderson, Salisbury -and MAu
lay'p Store, to Fayetteville, once a week;
Leave Fayettevipeevey,$uTiday.at 6 am
arrive at S need sboro "on MoTnday .6 p tn: and
arrive at 'Salisbury pnAVed nesday by 10 am
Leave Salisbury, evey Wednesday at 2 p jn
and arrive at'acttcvill on Saturday at-5T.
118 FromF&Jetteville,- by Laurel -'Hill,
Witt&held&vilte, &.C. Cheraw c. hAand Cam;
den, to Columbia, thrice a week 1 .
Leave Fayetteville cv try Monday, Wednes
day and Friday a't.ti a m. and arrive at'Marl-
botu'e. h. by$p m. Leave Marlboro' c h.
every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday atS
a m. and arrive at Gamoen by 9p in. Leave
Camden every Wednesday, Friday and Hem
day at 3 a in, and arrive at Columbia by 1 pm
Leave Columbia every Tuesday. Thursday &
Saturday at 11 a tn. and arrive at Camden by
9o Leave Camden every Wednesday,
rriday & Monday at 3 am. .and amve at
Marlboro' & h'by'9 Leave Marlboro
c h. every Thursday, SatuTday and Tuesday,
at 3 a m and amve at ttiyetteyille by 7 p m.
119 Frcm Warrenton, by Ransom'sBridge,
Artington, Philips's Store, Tar borot Wes
trayville, Nashrc h Sills's Store and Rig
.som's Bridge to Warrenton,- once a week. :
Leave VVarjen ton every Saturday at 6 am,
ind arrive at TaibOTO on Sunday by 6pm.
Leave Tarboro every Thursday at 15 a vi, and
arrive at Warrenton oh Friday by 6pm. -
120 -Frcm Washington, by Bath, Wood
stock and Germanton; to Lake Landing on
Mattamuskeet, once a week. , 1, -
Ltave Washington every Monday at 6 umt
nA arrive fif. f A let' T.andinff ' ort.'uesrfa- hv
6 p m. Leave Lake Landing on Wednesday j
at o a m, ana arrive at v asoingron on
Thursday by 6 p itl.
11 From Raleigh to Nash c, house ohce a
week' ; " ' - " 1
L'Jtve Raleigh every Saturday a 4 a m, and
arrive at Nash c h. by 6 p in. Leave Nash
c h. every Thursday at' 4 a , ancLarrive at
Raleigh bf op m. - v
22 From Halifax, by Scotland Neck. Ha
milton,' "i'lliamston, Jamestown, Plymouth
and Washington c h. to Scuppernong, once
a week. ' , ' "J
Leave Halifax every Sunday at 6 a mt and
arrive at Scuppernong the next Tuesday? by 6
p m. Leave Scuppernong evety Wednesday
at 6 q m, and arrive at Halifax en Friday by
6 pm. ' , ' 4K ,
' 123Trora Raleiglr, by Smitbfield,llVaynes
bbrp', Snowhill 'and Kinston. to.Newbcrn,
once a week to return from rtinswJn, by Pa
L Leave Raleigh every Saturday at -am, and
amve at rewoern-oy monoay at noun- 4 .cave
Newoern eyeryMondayat Jp.ntf ana arrive
at Raleigh on 1 hursday bf I Ola tn." - a-J-124
From FayetteviMe, by Sampson c h
uupun c n. ana ooutn-v ssningion, 10 vth.
mipgtbnr once a;week
. Leave Fayetrevillf cyeiy Surd?Vat 8am
and arrive at Wilmington on Wednesday by
10 a m, f Leave Wilrungton every Wednes
day at 2 p mi gihid arrive at .Fayetttyille on
Saturday by 6 p in. "K:
125 From Fayetteyille bEKxabethtown
an4 Belvideie,,lo Wilmington, once a tek.
X'eave Fayettiviue every Friday at 6 am,
Ind arrite at WilnJirgto-.i on Sunday by noon.
Leave -Wilmipgtdn every Tueiday at o a m,
and atrive at . Fayeitevilie io? Thfirsday 'by
noon. . s - r. v :
126 Tron Elizabethtown JoVhitesyjlle,
LUncea.week-cV -rU '
Leave1 Elizabetntown every oaturday at su
a m, ana arrive at v nuesynie Dy y p
Leave Whitesville' et S pm atid arrive-at
Eli4aberhtownthe htxi day-,by 3 ml
127 From Nevbern,by Sfransboro& Wil-
minrtos. o StnithviUev once a jweex.
fc ' Ieave Newbera erery Mdnday'at p m
and arrive at SmithyiU tbeneltilhursday by
ttpm,- jrfeave.omiyivuie,'very cfy: v
am. and arrive arNewbetfrthcijext Monday
by 10 tftn.
jLavc xxcwoern Every' o,ipcr wvrty v t
".ml and airive at U tan fort ,1)&:TXBdAfrtfr'.
rnpm Leave jJeautQU every other, suncay,, o j
TTirm, Imd arrivrat lbeM'o
the rnaiils and alter lhtimes for arrival an4
ance bfthercbhtraet be Vreviously stipulat
lifhofbnn ttrf llM--1 ihkia id torit.'l(itA "n?-
vdidableafccidehts excepted) in arrivihcr al
e;r Uie rrrepriicribed in any" contract;? the.;
contractor shall forfeit one dollar stand if the '
bend Miff rhaif 'W&ei
foir such epii B4itJ'li' tripr ai for-
xeiiure ox aoumewe amount aiowea lorcaAr
ryihg the mail pne trip hiall pe thiairediun
less if 'shall le made?1, tor appear hatthe de ,
lay . was occasioned bj unavoidable accident
in whtbh case,the amount of pay for thtMrip I
4.. Persons kinj-riifinsal& desired' ;
to state their prices bhejarThoie frbo A '
vnii avi win reuciTir lueir 'y tuariri ij-iii
the months ot February, m ayr AucWSt
November one. month after the expiration J
of each quarter. , ;:,.Via':i!i-tv
; 5.1WO olherthati 'a freelwhiteerson' shall
'4 6. where triel prdpse intendstov cqnveyv
the mail in the body of atage riagei hjs:;
is desired to stateiit in his proposals, s . - .
s.- 7. The; Poetm aster G eneyal t reaerves tto
himseli the rii&t of deciaHn
at an .end wheneverone ;failUre-;happhs,
which arqbtihts totiie loss ca' trip :-, :; :
8. The contract s are to i be)lbopeTa.ion on
the first : clay of January nextand coxitinue, vs
until llecembr,3I816r -f 'f:i
J . , s&-.i. GIDEON GJiNGER,:f; ,;j..:'-
General Pbst Onlce ; - K
Washington City May 20? 1313; r
Committed tq tya&aitf
. ' ; Oh the 22d iristant, : ; ; v 4 :
A lEGRO : .B.OV, '';jkhHti3ttt'er or severtV
4 teen years old,VlbwbUt: welT set, savs7
his name 19' Bacchus; ahd that be belohga- to
Colin Woodherrylivlhg" sorter disiifice be'-,
ind Luntberto f.'-;X 'iM'iW'r--The
owner is request ed-'to come forward. ;
prove his roperty and take the -Boy away'
j s ira ia v til is
Twenty X pilars &evfardj
X ESERTEIj, from the- RecruUirtkPostiat
X- Criaibtte,. N. Carolina,, cav the 13th of
Jone,!WILLt AM ACKSpfe'ihd pT
17th .'3IOHN' HAltRIN OTON 1 afcon s
.was borniri Rbckihgriarr- County Ji'Czfo'i
lma,aged 25 yearsj leet 9 1-2 inches high f
4)f fair cbmtUxion, browh eyes,sindy hair, j J
rid by profession a farmer. ' He; has a, re-,
rnarkable scar on his left 'or right cheeh-is
fond of spirits, and when inroXicat,ed is quite t
loquacious. . John 'Harrington was bornf la
Anson ccunty, JJ;'rCarolina, ;'fged $ years, S
feet inches highAordark complexion, blue
Ijeyes, dark hair, and by profession a farther
iHiaa ucui uiiuiic ui wv tnccu occasionea 0
the tooth ach. The aifecjve-reward, of wenty
dollars, will be given, for hoth, or 10 dollars
for eaeh man, toany persdn'' who Will apprv '
hend and secure in GoaVtle Said deserters "tot ':,
sr art adequate compensation Jor an v extra
expence Uiat Wayfce t)casioned ibrehy.;s :
'2. FAAetenMinuteslshairbe T allowed for
deliver them over to anyl4Uomlting Onicei : 'iV
in this State. , , A . HiiBH ANlON .4'' ' :' y
lr LUut. lOtb. U S; Infanirri f " ?v
Charlotte, July 127Tjf 4 -
, .WILL BE SOLD V .
At the Court" hdosertrf Wayri
County, on-Mohday the 20ih day ipf Sep ;
XHE rfbllow'nsr LANDSr in wjiv rtmtlr
or 'so much thereof as w'ill discharge the
4 axesue thereon for the years 1810 &181i;
. 20aacres. the pronertv of Alex'i M'CInre.
lying on the west sorlc; of Pigeon River, v' .
. 100 do. rthe- property 01 1 Matthew Xead '
better, on Scott's Creeks- v. W Vl
.rOdcuivn in by Thomas C: StClair
on the Raters of Rjchlahd Creek and; fiigecnf
KrverV lor thejears 1811 and 1812 r -
200 do the property of Thomas M 'In tyre,
oia Jdnathan'vCreeki a ' ;." - -
yOQjio. the property of Jesse Toler, on the .
waterslof Uichland Creek. . 4.
VJuly 20a ;tAN; M'DOWEJL, "$hff,.. '
JG ALES having teiyfeceivetf a const f
pndrjMttedtd tbd ail-of N
ounty, on Sunday last i One of ' -...-'-l jl i
yellow complexion, 5 feetS L2inchisiiigha
sayahts name is Willis asd' that he will be '
20yeafs old next Chris tmai,. The other, is Y4
black Feltow: about 23t years ibid, says his :(
name laSain is 5 feet 6 12 Inches high. They. -say
they rah away from a plantation of Mr. '
yiB..iiirAiey's,a wennessetraod'x: : " H
that Jam;S'irryais, .tbeix -rrtasrxr,nves:tn' t!!i;ilnvl
Muf j&eeshorough, N Carolina. The owttex
is requested to apply, prove bis property,, pay
charges and take them away; ; .
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