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. POETRY. ;
THE TEAR OF GHATITUDE. j ;;
7U. -'bt s,- woobwobth. . ; - , j j.v .?
Arn Soldier's Grdlltuue. -;
' Tliere 13 Ji pem more pearly bright, v
More dear to Mercy 's eye r s ' .
Than love's weet star whose mellow hght
First cheers the evening- sky ; I.
A liquid pearl, that fditteTS where j; i ,
sorrows now intrude,,
A richer gem than monarch 'swear,
The tear of gratitude .
But ne'er 6hall narrow love of self
Tnvite this tribute forth,
Nor can this sordid slave of pelf,
Appreciate its worth ; ?
' JJut ye, who'soothe the widow's we,
And give the orphan food,
For you thi3 liquid pearl shall flow,
The tear of gratitude: .
" ::--: ' . : ;;
Ye who but slake an infant's thirst,;
In Heavenly Mercy's name; ( '
Or proffer Penury a crust, i t
The sweet reward may claim :
Then while you rove life's sunny banks,
: "With sweetest flowrets strew'd,
Still may you-claim the wtWow' thanks,
- The orphan's gratitude.' , ' , J
Laws of the United States..
An Act explanatory of an act for the re
. lief cf sundry citizens of Baltimore.
B& it 'enactc$ by the Senate and House
f Representatives tf the United State
of American 'Congress assembled, .That
." th act. entitled "-An act for the rvlief of
smndry citizens of Baltimore" shall "be so
. constmed. as to refer to a copy oresu
roa'tei verified at Baltimore by Thorhdike
Chase and John Snyder, on the. twenty
eighth dav of -February; one thousand
eiirht hundred and twenty, instead of the-!
twentieth day of February aforesaid.
ApprovedMay 5Y1S22.; V
An Act confirming claims to Lots in the
- town of Mobile, and" to Lund in the fir
'mr Province 'of West Florida, which
claims hive been reported f ivorabJy on
by the Commissioners appointed by the
- fie it enacted by the Senate end Hbiie
of Representatives of the United States
cf America in Congress assembled, That
ajl tie claims to lots in the town of Mo
file, founded on complete grants derived
from either the French, British, or Spa
nish authorities, repotted to the Secreta
ry of the.Treasury by the commissioner
Jot the "district east of Pearlriver, ap
pointed under the authority of An act
for ascertaining the titles and claims. to
land in lhat part of Louisiana .which lies
east of the island' of lrew-Orleans," or
which were so reported by the register
mil receiver, acting as commissioners,
ur.dVr the act of the third of ; March, one
tuonnd eight hundred and'oinetcen, en,
titled '.n act for adjusting claims to land
cc establishing land ofuces, in the districts
east of the island i f New Orleans," which
are contained in the reports of the com
missioner, or xj the register and receiver,
acting as commissioner. and which arc,
in their opiniocs; valid, agreeably to the
iaw usages, ar.d custoins, cf the snid go
vernments, be, and the tame are' hereby,
leccgnized as valid.
Sec. 2. And be it further enacted. That
all the claims to lots in the to wn aforesaid,
reported as aforesaid, . and contained in
the reports of the commissioner, or of the
register and receiver, acting as commis
sioners, founded on orders of survey, re
queues, permission to, settle, or ther
written evidencesof claims, derived from
either the French? British, or Spanish au
. thoritics, and bearing date pricr' to the
twentieth of Decenibt-r, one thouiad
eight hundred and three.and which ought,
in the opinion of the commissioner, to be
confira;ed, shall be cenfirmtd, in the same,
manneras if the title had been completed.
, ,Sec. 3. And be it fu fther enucted. That
dll the claims of lets hi the town afore
said, reported ai foresaid, and contain
ultn the reports of the-commissioner, or
of the register and r receiver, acting as
commissioners, ; founded on private con -'
veyaBces" which have passed through" the
oftice of the cbmrflandant, or u;hcr evi
dence,, but founded, as the claimants ar-j
lege, on grants lost by time and accident, M
and which cwrht. in the opinion of" the
coniiTiissionep, to te"-confirmed,; shull bt
confirmed, in the' same mannt r as if the
titles were in existence : Provided, That,
in fell such claims., where the quantity
claimed is. not. ascertained no. one claim
shall be confirm ed'fer a quantity exceed
ing sevtu thousand twp hundred square
iter, : ; ..
-Sec. 4. And be t further enacted. That,
j. r an oincr claims io iois in uic iuwm a
U rssrdd, reported as aforesaid, xvbich are
contained in the report of the reg!ster and
receiver, and which, by the said report,
nppcar to have been built upon, or im
wruvtdar.d occupied, on or bef ;te the fif-
tcei.lK diy of ApriU one thousand eight
hundred and thirteen, the cjaiuiiinis-fchall ;
be eaiiiledto grants therefor as donations :
I'rovidtd, 1 hut, in all iuch claims, wheie
tlie quantity claimed is not acccitained,
r.o joi-e claim shIl be confirmed for a
cuantUy exceeding seven thousand two
hundred square feet : And provided; also,
That all the-c- ntirmations and grants
provided Jp.be made by tbis act, shall a
majnfonly to a relinquishment forever.
on the part of the United Si atts of all!
Tight and title whatever, to the lots of land
so confirmed or granted.
Sec. 5. And be it further enacted; That
the registers and receivers" of thelahd of
fices at' St. Helena- Ciurt House, and at
Jackson Court' House, respectively, shall
hive tbe same; powers tu dirtct Uve man
nrr. in which aU-lands'xnfirincd by this
tci, shall be located and jfeurveyed ; and,
also, to decide-between" the parties itu all
conflicting and huerferirg claims, as are
Sivcnby the act, entitled..' An ait sup -
Three Dollars a Year; cnOhe' Dollar and a
AtIvprti?lm:o -s. 1- .
w rMmi tn landl and estabushihe
land offiees, in tlie districts ast of the lsl-
ADDrovtct Mav 7.1820io
; - :
An Act authorising the focaUcin of certain
fclvMjMands ih. the! St?.tto Indiana;;
; fie tl ' enacted by i the'Senatsand House
of Represcntativts of the United States
of America, in Congress, asiembed,f hM
tbe Register of the land! ofiice' at Brook -ville
be, -and he' is terey authoF.zcdAc
select" school lands within'sa'd 'district
same ; and ine Kegisier vi ujc wu.w
at Tern- Ifaiiteis hereby, in 1'kc manner.
authorised to select, within his district,
school lands,:which, together with the
eleven sections already select d, shall be
equivalent t6 the 6ne-thirty-sxth p u t of
the. Vnjcennes donation tract, for tbe use of
schools wfchin said tract. It shall be the
duty of the Registers aforesaid, in making
such selections, to be confined section
numbered twenty in ei;ch towashipi-and
the selection so made shall be reserved
fronTsale.' '. '
Approved--May 7, 1822.
PRICE. 12 CENTS,
And mav he had at J. Giles's Store, and at
the cther'Hoolcstores of the State, -:
A FORM of the Solemnization of Matrimo
hy, prepare for the useoMaistrates.
; . , "Just Published,
At J. Gales's Store, in Raleigh,
. - j
. I..of JUirphev's Reports of Cases ar-
of North-Carolina, from the year 1S04 to the
vear.1810, IncJtisivc. " f
Vol. If, (which will bting the Reports of
the Supreme .-urt up to the commencement
of the Law Repository) , will he finished in
the course of the present year.
' ., ' i , .lime 26.
1 j A Proclamation, ,
FIFTY DOLLARS REWARD.
"WIIKRKAS, it has been represented to ,
me," that a certain NegrO Alan, Tiamed JIM,
believed to be the pTopelrty of David Stone,
Ksq. of Wake County, stands charged by the
verdict of.a Jury of Inquest, with the murder
of a young Negro Man, jnamed liurton, the
property of Green Ugon, of said county, a
minor, and that saitknegro Jim has made his
escape ': " j ' . " '
Now, thercfqje, to the, end that he may he
bror.irht to iustice, tire above .Reward will he
ffiven to anv person' or.persons who shall ap- j
prener.ci ana co:iant! me sum nf4nn jmi m.
any Jail, so that he may be brought to trial
for said offence : And I do moreover enjVm
and command all Officers, Civil and Military,
within this State, to apprehend and bring
said negro Jim to justice.! ,
Negro Jim is well known in this County
and in Rcrtie, where he mrmcily lived ; he
is about five feet ten inches high, not very
stoutly made, hut is a negro of derperate cha
racter, and will probably resist all attempts
to take him. lie has a slit in his lower lip,
one of his ears has been bitten off, and lie
wears his hair platted and turned up under
his nat. 1
In testimony whereof, 1 have caused the
hereunto 'affixed, and signed !
the same at the City of Raleigh, j
this 12lh day of July, Anno '
- GA1VL HOLMES.
Bv the Govenror, - .
Wt. II. IIahd'i.v, Private Scc'y.
. P IIJUVKLXS,
HAVING purchased the well known an ;
long established Stand in the Town ol j
Louisburg formerly owned and occupied by
Wixs'. &. Patttuso, respectfully iniorms
his friends nnd the public at large, that he
continues keeping Tavern, and hopes by as
siduity in the discharge of his duty and mo
deration in his . prices, t!o secure a liberal
portion of patronage. !
Ilisbed rooms are numerous and airy and
well provided with every article of furniture
recessary1 to afford comfort. His Uar will
always be supplied with Ice and the choicest
liquors, and his Table with the best the
cotimrv win a
- - His Stable is large, and he pledgeshimself
it shall at all times be well supplied with fi
rae. Connected to his -stable is a large
Carriage House newly. built: His own exer
tions, together with those attached to the
Establisliment, will, he hopes, insure that
encouragement .which he will always endea
vor to! merit. . . ' j
Louisburg N. C. June 1. 85 9 w
UNIT5P STATES OF AMERICA,
. North-Carofina District, f
Circuit Court of the U. States, 5th Circuit.
In EfuityMai! Tc-vi, 1 822.
Archibald Fleming, (of London,)
. adversus .
John Hogg and John Eccles, survivinir Exe
cutors of Robert Adam, deceased ; Jolin
M'.'AVright and John Huske Executors of
John M'ifislow, deceased ; James M'Leran,
John M'Leran & Angus Taylor, Executors
of, Duncan M'Leran, deceased; Thomas
lienderson; Adm'r of Samuel Goodwin,
deceased; John A. j Cameron ; John A.
Cameron, Guardian of Man' Cameron (in
fant) William MotTat and Margaret his wife,
and John R. Adam. '
IT appearing to the satisfaction1 of the
Coiirt that John R. Adam resides w ithout
the limits of this State,' and he being a party
defendant to the bill of complaint filed in
this case : It is ordered, that publication be
made in the Raleigh j Register for twelve
weeks for the said John R. Adam to appear
at the next term of this Honorable Court, to
he holden in. the City of Raleigh on the 12th
day of November next, tlien and -there to
plead, answer or demur to the said bill,- br
the stoic will be taken pro confesso against
him. and heard ex-t arte. m
. ;- w i. .. . .! z -:m
W. II. HAYWOOD. c.r
May 20. -83 12w-.pr. ad. $6 50
jmMvv in rh uveral tcts for adjust
the resefvatu!) ewninomy' cniieu aiK b
.:".'.f.:.. . .- .r-js wirhin the
H4lf f : i, i?LGX- BY JOSEPIi GALES & SO--'- - ' ' . , V '77,
xiau lor rial a Year, to be paid in advance-SubscrtDtion5vvi hKi : I State"
lines inserted th fit itir -'iSSt 1 m.zf"r
mS oiise and,fcetpied
bv tne late jacoo iwa?i"js
ted on Morgah and Dawson Greets in Raleihi 1
npt .having beersold on the 55th k?stamV as
proriosed, will be onera pupuciy
ArtsT ext, at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
Terms of sale accommodating, r Further par-?
ticnlars may be had of Vm. Hiix or J. Ji.i;p,
Raleighv.:::; '"' --X ' '--
Y; May 29,. 1822,;. i';:-'- : 43 :
f,.nn, Kow.Yfirk. a. supenoivQuanty.-
lie pledges himself, to" manufacture - Stills
equal to anv in the United States, j , All Or
ders from a "distance punctually attended to.
Raleigh, May 23. , ' V. 83- n ) ;
Bijthe. President, of t J fcUiiited; States.
'lniF.RF.AS', the President ot me unuea
f Slates is authorif-en Dy
lniiilc 1 r, ), nfl'eretl for sale': ; - 1
. Thfirrfa. t Tamps Monroe. President of
the United States, do hereby declare and
make known tlit tlc public sales shall be
held as fo'lows. Viz : .. ' v. -j '
At the Land Office at-Terre Haute, m In
diana, on the first Monday in July, next, for
the sale ot 5 1 '''''' - V- '
Townships 17 St 18, in rant? e l, east of the 2J
principal meridiai) line. ,
and 18, in ranges 1 to. 9, west do ;
At the Land Office at Vandalia, in Illinois,
on the 3d Monday in July next, for the sale
of " , ': : ' .-1 , :: ' , ';
T'nships 11, 12, 13 & 14, in ranges! T& 2,E
of the 3d principal meridian ljne
11, 12, 13, 14 h 15, in ranges 3 and 4, ' j
At ihr same nlace. on the 3d Alonday n
August next, fin the sale of
Tnh-,r! IT. 12.'!. 14. 15. in rancres 5, 6
! 8, east ot the 3il pnn " meridian line;. .
At the Lmd OfF.ce t Palestine, in Illinois, ;
tn the 1st' Monday in: August next, for ih.e !
1 sne of ' . . T
! T'nships 6, 7, 3 Sc 9, in ranges 9, 10 and 11
east bfSd. prn'l rr.rd'n line;
5, 6, 7, 8 St 9, in range 14, west of 2d do ,
8 n'.'d 9 12 and 13, go
At t!esame place, on the 1st Monttay in
September next, for the sale of i
T'nsh.ps 10, II, 12 & 13, in ranges 9 10 Sc 11,
1 eit f3(i prinI iinln line
10 11 12 and 13, in ranges. 12 13 ft 14 wrst
. of 2d ' ! j. ; '
At the same place, on the 1st Monday in
October next, for the sale of I I
T'nshlpvi 14 15 1& 17 in ranges S 10 Scfll
I east of 3 i Driu'l mrd'ii 1-ue t ,
14 X516 and 17, in rar.ges 12 13 St 14, west j
of 24 do ; j
', At the sa'me place, on the l;t Monday in J
November next, f:r the sale of ! !
'r .,c!.:'r-.l 1Q io Ofi , ot ; nnfrc Q in Rr 11 V. i
of 3d prn'pal .nieriilijpn line j!
1.Q 1Q 90 l oi i-mpwl", and 14. west of M
2! prn'pal mer'dn line
18 19 & 20 in range 12 tlo ; do -13
11 do da i
17 18 19 and 20 ; 10' do do
At the Land Orrce fir the Northp'rn,' dis
trict of LoiAsiana, at lf town of OmichiUi, on t
! j saje nf
tne 1st Monuay mi iavemDer ntii lor ine
he hips 15 16 17 18 and 19. in ratines 12 3
4 and 5, west of the meridian line
At tlie Land Office at the Seat of Justice of
the county of Independence, in the; Arkansas
territory for the sale of such lands of the U
nited States as are situated in the fo'lowir.e;
flescribed townships and ranges, and vdiich
have been excluded from the '-lottery of the
lauds appropriated for satisfying warrants for
military sf rvices, viz : ' ''..-'
Qn the 1st Monday in August next, fnr the
sale of such cf the above described hinds as
are situated in the following townships and !
Vnships 2 34 5 67
8,9 and ?G in rancre 1, V,
uf the otb merdn line
1 23 4 5 and 6 ' 2 ! do
12345678 and 9 3 do
1.2 1011 12 13 and 14 4 do"
12 ' '4 ' -' 5 do
1 2 3 9 13 14 15 18 19 & 20, 1, west do
Vll lll, .vT V MV1IV1 T (II 1 V j I It! J V '1 UV-Al llJ j I
the sale of such of the above described lands M
Cr i let fnnrlof r Qrtmri frsm i
as are situated in
and ranges, viz
me following xownsu?ps
T'nships 1 2 IS 19 and 20, in range 2, west
. of the5th mti idiau lin,e
1 1516 17 18 19 & 20 range 3 ! do
11011 1314 15 16 & 19! . 4 j do
1 2 9 10 11 12 13 and 16 5 j do
1 2 4.5 6 8910 11 12 13
and 18 6 j do v
On the 1st Monday in October next, for the
sale of such of the above described lands as
rre situated in the following townships and,
aanges, viz : .- j
T'nsdiips 1 2 3 45 6 7 10 11 12 13 15 1617
.18 19 and 20, in range 7, west of
5th mer'dn line
: 12345.678910.1516: j i ,
171819nd20 range8 ' do
1 2 3 45 678 9 10 11 ' '
12 18 19 and 20 ,9 i do
14 ?, 10 do
Ob the 1st Monday in November next, for
the sale fif such of Hie above described lands
as are situated in the tbllowing i townships
and ranges, viz ... ; '
T'nships-l 2 3 45 6 78 9 lOindJl.in range
l0i west of the 5th mer'dn line
i o 4 e 7 o y ana io, m range 1 1 do
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 and 10
. 23 4 5 67 8 and 9
3 4 5 6 7 and 8
- 4 5 and 7
5 6 aid 7
' '6 , 1 : ' .'
cdL.iic win commence with; the lowest
number of section, lownship, and 'range, and
proceed in regular numerical order
The lands reserved by law for the use of
schools, or for other purposes,! will be re
served from sale. , V f
Given under myhand.at the citv of Wash
ington, this 14th day of March, 1822.
n :. ' . - 'JAMES MONROE.
By the President : ; , . . ; . , ;j
; Josiaii Mwes. . -
Commissioner of the Gen. Land Office.
March' 1875tNovl - t ;
Vl ESFECTrULl-Y informs-the Tubhcthat
If he has: on'hand'a copiplcfe.assortmcj,?
6?STm&? Tl N W A 1 i K, &"c ahd iSv J n daily
expectation' of an additional supply : of Ccp-
- , : It.: . " ,
. r- -- y -t u u xgiiar, acu tor a Quarter every sMcceding paper--longer ones m proporticm ! . ...
A XrAV PUBLICATW.
MM; isicOLJK-haYmg, aconsi-
i- '.' , : - . - :..ir.2t wi-ti rinw Tft
contain 'four pages? rpyal quarto, pne tour,
i J; ,.. Vt,ivall miarterly m.aa-
vance.- Its'contenjs will be chiefly literary ;
bui thcrV0:w;il be such, notices of other iiat-
ters;of newsoffasljionsoftaste, ofmarm
of general interVsCaild amtisenpent. .r:
.:x:iVaslngtoVCity.TJM.rie.(). ' -
BAN' Aw'AY. from .tha subscribe on t
night of the 28th ; mst. AMOS, a da
miiTntto fellow, tall and spare' made, large
wliite eyes, quick spcecli heri , spoken , to,
years gW; had ,oirhome mrae
The said 'fellow is supposed Vto be
in pursuit of a negro trader by, the name ot
Shfvers, as he has formed an attachment to
one of his girls. . , The said Shivers left Hicjs
forj, Greensville county, Virginia,cn the 2rtn
instant, and is travelling to the State of (icor
gia!, by vav cf lialeigli, Camden and Colum-
hia. Any lnlormation directea to njcxsroru.
Pokt-OfHce, Greensville Count', S.ate of
Vifginia, will be quickly received and duly
aitende'd to by "the subscriber, Tfie appre
helider of sa"id Slave . will be -rewarded; Jii
idv getting hirn. j,- . - ? 1 f
; '4 LITTLETON V.TLLIAMSON.
' Vlay 30. . ' ' v 87 l8t
SHARON FOR SALE. -
OrtlllE place on. which I reside, may be had
ll on reasonable, terms, for negotiaole pa- j
per Willi Jianic accommoaation. , n coiiraus
abbiit 49 acres of Land, of good quality, boi'
deHncr on the Citv of lialeign, and oh a public
-r'oAd leading from the City. . Sixteen or. e igh-
ten acres are.' cleared 'and under cultivation,
lh rest is covered with a heavy forest growth,
abounding with fire Iwood and timber. The
land contains an excellent rock quarry ; is
well Vatere'd by branches, and has two rock
iipmigs near the house, eqiial probably to any
in jtlic county. My dwelling is about 300
yatds from the town line.V)The situation,
ihcjrefcrc, has the, advantages cf town and
country united, and is in my estimation; Uie
inojst desirable spo for, a residence that I
knbv in the State.- A pblv soon.
; i v H. POTTEU.
S5haron,i8tJi-May,;1832. 81- .
M"qore County 'Court- of Pleas apd Quarter
Sessions May: . Term, 1822. :
l)arius Mills,. - Petition for dial ribiitiVe
vs. , ; v share' of the Estate of
Jo' in Duglas and r James Smith and Samuiel
Abel Duglas. J 'Smith, deceased
1 T appearing to the Court that some of the
t legatees in this: , case are not inhabitairf s
ofjthis State ; it is therefore' ordered, Jhat
this -suit be published ih the Register and
Uifc Star, printcdiat Raleigh, two months,
t:it those -who mav: be concerned niav have
notice to appear at the next Court of Pleas
rf.itjf.tiuarter Sessions, to be held for, the
(jaunty of Moore, : at the- Courthouse in Car
tliiip;f ; on the third Monday in August next,
ankfshew cause, if any they have, , why the"
praver of the petition should not be granted.
.'j87?t ' , 'CORU'DO1.
Paper Mill, Saw and Grist Mill' and
-' Os C it jin tii tt, nkae Raleigh.
FffMIl'V above Mills hiing new in complete
4., operation, the Proprietor requests good
Housekeepers throughout the State, to lay a
side for i lie use of his Paper. Mill. every, piece
of'n-eless Rap-. &. send them, the v accumu-
late, to Merchants who will receive tlif-m, I
(of whichHh.ere area number in ddferent parts
of the State.) or hand thm to f.ome poor per
son who makes a living by collecting mate
rials for the Mill, or send them, to his Book
stjjreln Baltigli ; as, frprrri he -improved and
enlarged construction of hisVpresent estah-JiisjhmeRt-,
a greater quantity of this esser5 ial
arjt icle vvdl be required than formerly.
Persons wanting PlarJs and Lumber of any
description, wdl be furnished immediately,'
or on short notice, by leaving their orders at
Jj Gales's Bookstore ; and the neighbouring
Farmers who fave Lurnberwhich they wish
t have sawed on Shares, will be accommo
dated. - . ' ' r - '
(The Crist Mill beiiig in Cae order (wiiha
good Bolting Cloth) and a, carefid Miller
nrovided. Families who mav sfnd tliir fJrusf
expeditiously ground. And Ivavmg erected
an excellent Hock; Ham, iois presumed itiere
yill be no want of water m the driest limes.
The crushing of the Cob with the Corn
having been Ibund to be not only a great sav
ififr. but to furnish a more wholesome food
for Horses than feeding them with Com alone,:
ii is presumed the; Crushing Machine will be
cjonsidei ed an acceptable addition to this Es
tablishment. Such as may wish it, maiPhavffi
ti'eir crushed Corn and Cobs put through the j j
vii uii aiso. .'. -
A good Koad having been opened to the
Mills on the South side of. the Creek, the
Vaggon Road from town is thereby shorlen
csd and : greatly improved.
June 5. ; -!, . 85 .
BAN AWAY from the subscriber, on the
1 0th instant, ; a bright Mulatto Man na
med JERRY. ;j He is about 24 years df age,
near 6 feet high, a stoutj bonv fellow, thick
led lips, dark red che eks, ' freckled face,
brown coarse hair; rather straight, stoop
shouldcred, rocks as he walks, and bus a veiy
downcast look when addressed. He will be
easily confounded if closely questioned. He
had on a pair of homespun dark brown wool
len and cotton pantaloons, an old cambric
shift; an old hat, and was barefooted. It is
possible he may have: been flattered away, or
have procured a pass as a .free person, as he
left me without any known cause or previous
preparation. I have no knowledge of the
eourse he will pursue. He riiay possi
bly change Ins name,' land call himself Jerry
Thomas, as one Thomas was sunnosed to be
j The above reward' will t triven fortilo irto
livery to me, or securing, him in Jail so that,
1 jret . him asrain.
Caswell; N. C. June 20.
new rooks. ;
OAlei ha iust .,,.1 . 1 :
rAT0iAgt?thi6R are 'the ' Ul 0rlH.
jVChnrtUV Digest of j;. Vorli
f VHallarn History of the "j
v Life of Anne lloleyn lv tirt-'V) - '
: Jlrief Kernarkerf V " 8 v ' :
liappiness, 2 v. ' v"
' Specimens of Russian Pom n
r Hreckenridp'e's Stwnlol,
iicnnvcastie s ; f7n
1 . t
Carey's Political Economy
Curiosities for the Ingenious
XbrdTiyixin's Plays ;
fjr..- ouvua 5 tour m scarcl
'Pleasures of Religion,
'The Spv. 2-j
Fester's Xssay on Popular l,.T
. lHHlCl, V. . j
Thane of Fife
' ilelen de, Tournan
Annals of the Parish
The Solitary I
Mxs- Tailor's T?ctrc?per"i;'rn
The. Schcro! Fellows
sMadehne,- by Mr?.
Lewis. s J.Ionk, 2 v.
j A Selection o popular Pkys
i Schopl Kecks, &c.'-"' ; r .
r J. Gales has. .also received a Parcel rW
Music for the Piano. 1 ch'
, . -July .12 O ,
STATE' OF NORTI
SupeHcn' f'm iH of Law and llrr 1
Timothv Free man,
'I':, vs. - i
I Thomas Treeman, V
.obJ,Winslow, aj:d- j .
Harman Hurdle, Ex'rs.J
that Thomas Freenifin ismtt .an i.ii ni,:... '
I of this state ; on motion, therefyiv, i is c'-i
eu, inai puDiicaxion De m:v!e, in tii? Ku'-,;
Register Ibrthree'months, that aviWiht'a
Thomas Freeman shall ttppe.'ij- at tlvn, ,'
Court of Equity, to be held for i'.-Tf.-.nu '
Gates, at the Courthouse in XesonVg-fii-st
Monday after the fourth Afr.nuh liis,--,.
teiTibcr next; and plead, j answer or ,U n,,."
the same will be taken pro confts.vj
Mm, land heard ejx parte. . j
. JOHN V. SUMNEK, C. y. L
, .fune L5t ib'jlv
COO I AND feHOK-
ILLTAM S. M'EWENj Invis- :,!.
purchased the entrre Stoek ir f
and. BOOTS of Charles, Cuiham, coiisV;n,.'
of about 1500 pair, to whlcn he hr src??? jv
added an additional supply of 250 pairW-
making jus assortment very cotrpictc : brp
leave to inform theT'-citizenp of Rdei;.nri
its vicinity, that they can mow bo TurnijLcl
with Boots and Shoes of evcirv descri-tioncn
the most reasonable terms.
He -will. alKacn
the shortest notice, both
Boots and Shoes of every description in the
neatest manner- ana ffutt
Ts'niTii-if Ir, frcm
) his attention to. business, to
Imect with a per-
tion oi puDnc patronage.
Raleigh, July 11.
STOP THE Tl
QTOLEN from tfA Pasture of the ytfjscr;
i ber on the nihtiof the 2Sth June bs!,
SOB BEL HORSE, about. 4 fect 9 inrk
high, heavy ?.nd well formed ; some w hitt;
hairs on his face and npse,'f en or eleven )w
rdd. At the san'ie time was stolen hmt
Ot aincry of the subscriber, a Saddle, Itriflk
j and Blanket. All of w hich are believed b
have been stolen by a man vvho bad nce
lurking in the neighborhood -several ihj
previous .to. the c.f)nim'issoA of tle thi ft a;J
on the same night on which the thefts--
committed, he left the house where lie fcii
been for several days in a vcry-sti.sjvcip::?
manner, without any of the; -f unify ,hiK
anv kncwledee of his intended de)arture.-
The sup) used Thief is an entire strapper i'1
this.neighhorhood ; calls his 'name ?NKE!.
but vthoschame is supposed to be SPD'Cl.'!
SjPEEBT; '.is about 6 jfett high, M'.'
corpulept, somewhat ba)l of his hcvLI-T'
face, swarthy complection, coat a4
breeches of. grey cloth or casirr.erc: 1
breeches patched 'on the scat vitli dotntsic
cloth, large brim'jd smootfi fir hat.b!ack
Twentv-f vt Dolling will he irircn f'1-'
Horse if delivered to me. and-Twenty?
Jars for the apprehension an(j sate fet
ing ct tne Thief, so that he may be o0-
to justice, j - " .
- ' WILL. SMim?r.,:.
. V 23 miles N. W. oflliUsbor.
July 1. L.
- WAKE JAIL BROKEN !
LAST night the . ftdlwing . Fris'4
made their escape from said Ja,,j;.
breekinc: throutth the Walls tnereoi,
THOMAS HASWELL. formerly
fKiu ifntf untlr a senter.v
fl bill jrvrrs .-' v- -
ELIJAH K. UUUlUS, COU....V.""
tOUV IUVUUUI UU --'- j-- y,. i
it'knt An t ItirMi
11 Vo ! vn!rrd. as S00".
he could pay his prison charges. ,:
.JACIv HARRIS, a. Mulatto,
ed himself a free mo it, but w,,oTVL
peered be .a 11 una way Slave, ,
fined ori that account. ' .tJ
tt i i n-r,f r.re. J''v
nasweii is &ooui ou &V-i.Vr
o i u i kiv' Haii-'ailG .
and laige blac
v iujt.-i-' , 4..
slender made V has a oovj;n
raised a Blacksmith, but has-for
years been in the -Mercantile
and -writes' a fine ready
Rogers is six fttt high,
years it age
Mulatto is neariV
it rict pvt".
IMS IOSI 1
d a jaw-tooth, ano i
k of the whin. He
born m Bedford county, ' Virgin.- ., f
wr. mtr a.a i rim (in iiiiiij -
id for the apprehension anu -Ilaswcll.
acd FIVE DOLlA
either Rogers cr the Mulatto. Tr
jitaieign, june i