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'L" . T.i-: nf ft r.oum
I:utee br Brunswick .-.y - r- - '
thc pa d into tne 1 reui v i. ,1 M
. rvnd of four per cent, having beei
? rV this da decIaM on the Capital Stpck
Void Rink for the last six months, it. will
cfTveri on" orn mission; ne' elegant
CrMPFWLlKG PIECE, bfftt
:rPfv?mlnrTl; patent breech, joM
tin ft-ppfr wadpouch.vlocki vice,
mrtir. Jcc. complete. . -""nrhare
also just receive as' Above,
a few PLAID , CLOAKS f Superior qua
lijr. which theytofleat reduce prices. -In
S ere a general assort mert ofGRO,?
TFRIES: ,.;-Vly.y Nov. 2ff.
"TARCHITErTURE AND CIVIL V
THE Suscfiber'frPspeclfHlly informs
f;entlmen vr ho'rnay rquinr hU Pro
fessional services and whose frequent;
rpnlications he has been unable to attend
Vo, that hts engagement .with the State
vUl terminate with the present yar, and
that tfcen he will be ready to receive their
rommands.. Lejer 'directed tg .bnn at
Kaleih until the 1st of January, will be
attended to. . ; L v- -. " ' "' '
A GREAT BARGAIN. :
XJAVING resolved to occupy my for-
il mer tiwelimg near mr iMeciicme '
Krrc, T offer for sale the LOT on hir$ j t
1 now lA-e on Hillsborough' strr et, adjoin- '
hrDr. Pmrees's and other.' 1 hi puce is
hanoieomeiy suuaicu, ot ims on u t iwcu
inv;Hruse with four rooms befow ani four
above st airs, with. lis fire plans, and nil
other Outhouses, with a large Garden
and a Well of water in "the. yard inferior
to none in the vicio'uy of Raleigh. This
property is welL wrtb. the., attention of.
these, wishing a" pleasant seat a little re
tired from the bustle of business. Good
accommodation will be given! for tiie
vhole rf the, purcbasr. money. Posses
fciorgien mmedUtely. - '
Raleigh, Nov. 2G.
. i NOTICE, v
THE Court of Pleaa and quarter Sessi
ons fr Wake. Countv, ;at November
Trnn, 18C2. r tnted Letters of Adminis
tration on the estate of Harvy Dickerson.
late of said County, deceased, to the sub
scriber : he hereby gives notice to all per
sons having claims against said estate; to
present them wjthin the time- 1 'united by
law, otherwise this notice will be plead
in bar of them. All persons indebted arc
r quested to make Immediate pavment.
WM. WILLI AMS.
Nov. -27. ' JO 3t . :
FURTHER NOTICE. .
WILL be soTd at the Str.re of the snb-i-criher.
on the 17th of December
next, all the Property of said Dickerson,
ronslstins of Carpenters' Tools, Clothing,
Kov.27. - : . St
1 T NovembeT Sessions, 122, of the Coun
It ty Court of WaXe, the Subscriber .qua
lified as Executor of William Hay wood Kuf
fia, deceased All therefore who are indebt-
lto the Estate of said deceased, are desired H
to mate payment; and those who have claims i
ajTnst it, are Hereby warned to present them
iurroper form, with i. the time limited' by
law-, or this notice will be a plea in bar of re
covery thereof. . ...
' I1ENRV J. G. UUfJN, Ex'r of
WiUiam II. UuffindecM.
Sov. 20, 1822 . : . 1
N011CE IS FURTHER GIVEN,
'pHAT on Tuesday, the 17th of December
I nrxt,the perishable Estate of William II.
Puffin, dee'd, will be sold at his Plantation,
ve miles north of Raleigh, and near the;
cta.e Koad leading to Ixmisburg. .
.".vuiisisisot a Horse and MUles rtnestock 1
lioandnhrnti rmftf rnm v-. i
er, and Cotton Household i and Kitchen
' J ,rwture; together with sundry other arti-' '
leoious to enumerate.
. And on Fridav, the 20tb of December next, 1
Mif be at mH Planlation a part or !
' he Negroes belonging to the Estate of '
r' a deceased. The negroejs are young; and !
.Jjj i,r ,,cy cns"3i oi wen, Hoys, v. omen :
M Children - i
Bank.' on or .atter wonaay n.i -? l J' -m .-t ' rMrv- ;UUUJ. : :
evel BrincJics fteen day, thereafter - 1.:.- ' "
' ; Hrii."vwM,v.., i f JPHE Subscriber inform h friends and
"TOj SpORTSMIvN. - ; jhelicthat r Jiji WfveiJ k
i - . . fresh supply- of GOODx which-he offers
S'it i- ... . ' . - !Huirwiuw4 "3 urciixuuiuiuiLaiiiu i
VZ' 5 -3T " J s bya frfend from Asheville, evinces
hv-uasers np pve their bond with approv- I c i ii.iii- r- a
curitr. .'But should any prefer tipay ;asfaras regards that section of country
h, they will be ajlowedi premium of three iat-Ieast, ihat we were nTf mistaken
v 00 a monies paid in advance. m
fi i ' propeny hot oe soii on xne
jm day, the sales will . be continued from I
waaytiU all is sold. ,
ov. 20, 1822. , ' 10-t ...
fS the 1st of J
intends opening a Private School in this !
pee ,n vVich he will teach the following i
nches at the annexed prices, viz." -
rfe?!S? a"dVr;ting, . i?3 pr Qr. "?
. , uu Aninmeuc, .4 -And
Geography, Astronomy, Ka-- ; .
&Moraiphilosophy,Eng. v, .
-sa and Latin grammar, & the $5
- th?. Aathors read in bur Uui- f
ersity, .. . . : J . t -
edLng n-'fiw number of years engag
rfuJ nho business, and having genl
n ePt?K n enti!e faction, ho, hSpes to
ploy hSf 4pprobationf th?s who may era-
- naW.v JE. LuisDEX.
Aaaress ww qe deliverer bj
he Jbf jlohnson'County,-' 7"
J j " JL the Subscribe rs;w as dissolverhy inn-'
ituai consent on tn 26tn jNovembfr, 1822,
! State Bank, . r;,' ? : ' .. - :-
low for cash,' at bis old
. '-''. yimong' w.'rich ore, .
5up. Blue arid Black Cloths - " '
, . " ; , Brown and mixed do. ' . : . ;
. ; . v Cassimefps and SaftinettfV ? i
Black and colored Borhbazetts
- Cambrics nd Book Muslins ; v
Calicoes ; ahd Giphams ,: ' ''
. CrnpeShawls and Jobes' ,
English silk Haniikerchiefs ' "
Linens, Cotton Shirting-, and
A, variety of other Articles in the Dry
' . " . , ' Good line. ' ..' ; 4
: GROCERIES, : : '' ':
Old Jamaica Rum, Holland Gin
French- Brandy, Apple & Peach do.
An apsor ment of Wihfs f v , - 1
CofeeLoaf and Brown Sagar "
ImperiarTca : ;
" Swedes-Iron, Salt, Candles..
waiegr Nov. 2r. .' 40 3t
yr STATE OF NORTH CAROLINA. ,'
i AwJt'CoFJfTT. " .-. Jj"
Superior Court of Law, Sept; Term lfi??.
Original Writ executed
on CeoTeHaukVand ori
iT?ual att"cli:nent vs: Mrm'.
V9i . v
Georre HauV, &
llatiJc, levied on one horse
t'o-'ar, no other good or
propert y .to ; be - found..
Jhn Rry, Sheriflu
TT appearrng to the sat"wf?cti6n of the
tCour' that William Hauk Is an inhabTtant
of another State, it Is ordered that Ivertise
pient be made' three months hv the Kaleigh
Register, foh the Defendant to cpme- in and
defend at the next Court to be held for this
County, on thethirtl Mopdav of Marcbnext,"
or judginent will b; entered against him by
default.- t. '
Atru'ecopv. - ''-.'
10 ; Test, v TL EARNEST, Clerk.
v " Confectioner, : ';'
TTAViNG established, himself in the
Rt City of ; Raleigh.. on Fayet teville
Street, in. the house formerly ccup?-d by
Mr. Joseph Ross as a Vendue rOfTice
Respectfully informs Ladies and Gen
tlemen, that he has on hand every article
in. his line, enumerated as follows :
Peppermint Drops L'..-gs, Lemon.,
Ro5eCeam, Mint and R ck Candies,
Sugar.Plnms, Almonds. Cinnamon, Car
rawy & ArJs Ccmjpts,.. r. Cnstalized
Fre nch Fnm Presrvrs, Sultana ritsins,
S?ft-?hellcd Almonds. Raisins, Prunes,
F'gi, Crackers and Biscuit," Cocoa Nuts,
Rnlogue Sausages. Cranberries, Qrangcs,
Lemons, Nutmegs, Dry Citron, PArt,
C!are( Madeira.: and Malaga Wines,
Chocolate, "Mustard, Cht-ese, Pickled Oy
sters by the ktg, Spanish Segars, Fiddle,
Sctngs. Tlutes; Fifes, Octavo Flpgeoiftsv
Dolls, Children': Watches, and Toysrof
nil descriptions; M'lhoany Razr Casts,
Playinsr, Cards, Colcgie Water, Jews
harpvMrblesT 'T-etter Paper '-Cakes f
all kinds, Optic Views, &c. He-wileii-leavor
to kee every article in his Ijne
of the first quality, and. will spare-no
pains or exertion to give general sntisfac-
He expects ma tew days a new
; supply to complete bis assortment.
On haiul a good Omic, vfitb Views-
j- K B. Parties and Families supplied at
I the 4iortest notice. His Bar will always
be furnished -with the best liquors;
- Kovembef 22. " - 9'5t
- :,h . ' ,
1' ' ''ii 111 ' "1 1 ' I ii ' 11 ' I fi
VHIDAAt NOVEiMBKR 29, ;1822.
- f , i. ' i-e rz.k.:.! i
Tuesday last .Gabriel Holmes.
i'Esq - " was, without opposition, re-elect-
ed Uovernor or this state for the en-
. It was with pleasure, wf adverted
a few weeks since to the cenefaV pros
perity of our. State. .The- following
in the favorable opinions we expressed.
The sales of the, lands, recently ac
quired from - the Cherokee T Indians',
were operfed at the new town ofFrank
lin, in Haywood county; on. the 29th
u It.' u ri d er th e upe ri i nte nd a rice of Col .
John Patton, the Commissioner an-
pointed by the Governor for this "pur
week . to fnbre t than' SSOfJOCT, al most
double the sum received from the same
sourceJast -year;;" ': 7':'v t:? i?
The landa generally, commanded
much higher pricesfliit( tracts of the
same quajityprodaced at either of the
former sales ; arid in a feW Instances'
those returned;as the third jitsf iold
at'Speracrc;: '' iS.t
FireDn the. eveni n of the 2$d
inst.:a tireas diitOYCrt U inAVibdsor
1 1 ;7The nhntlal "Addri's will h HaIVmH Kv
sist mpre vent? ng the spread pf this
entlema rt , (Mr. R.) "who; had been for
some i ime ( no isrpo eo ano wn o was
then in a Helicate si a f;d;heaI(bVwa
Mi -ucH " t V fi ;i ) t ftF hv "KTia p y t r a nrrl i 1
) m toed iatejjv tipi rcil.WrH; vas a j
ma n :T.pFvtp rl fn ,Bi ntegfij j n'd h on or
and han Jeft tu lament.hi death b innd i
.vi fe a nd 'mi m'eroli A frfehffe.'
eraf..wJio -havf ; beenf iftin for orhe
time at Washington Citv: affer- exa
rn i rj i n; all t he '"eases iff whTli fe- e; tm
a P r were prepare adjourned ontlie
22d inst.Ito leeKa"in on the lSth
February; ; ' Of the fclatms aei dowrh foV u
examination, the n are ;u qci u e a " on
1 92 j of which 1 tX have been allotted
its vdtifi and 79 rejected for want of
NThe Charleston Courier, received
yesterdaS" contains a Jopjj account of
a h e na e trie n f , b flfib ' coas t o f M atari
zas,' between the U.-S $chr.n Animator,
Capt. Jlllm and a piratical vessel of
about 90 ton9, mounting one 18 pound
er an(j two long rjines Capt. AMen
succee 'ed in capt urt i the vessel bu t
with the Joss of bis own 4ife and four
or qis crew, jjieut. uaie; took corn,
mand of the "sjbiir.;ifter the death of
Capt. A. a nd is destined : for Norfolk
M'itji. Ms prize. V TheCourier received
iifs information from;the rnaster of the
J bri Iris, of Boston, who had suffered
tne reaTei crueji:es a lew.oays oeiore
from the ame vessel, ami at whose
sojicitatiiin, togetherwUh hjs sense of j
iluty, ('apt. A. was? prevailed nn to
updertake its -capture in which- he in
deed succeeded, but at too gretja
sacrifice. :'- :-
The following is an extract from the Message
of the Governor of Georgia to the Legisla
ture of that State., : , , f . v
Exertions have oeeri:" repeatedly
m ad e t o procu re a 6i i tab! e jpeVsqn to
fill the office of Eii;iner btit I, regret
thjt they have as jet, proved, unsuc
cessful. There have been applicants
tor tne omce. uut in? want ot suntcient
vouchers $ r. their 9kill and ex peri oneef
ha s . h 1 1 h e r t d 'prevented the Kxe'c u 1 v e If
hazarding an appointtnent.Vhenly
individual, now in the southern States,
who is known to have, given practical
evidences of his qualifications, for an
o ffi ce, of this "kind, , is aj AI r Fulton
now in the employment of the "Stale
of North-Carolina at five thousand
dollars per annum. This State, from
lie talents and industry of this gen
(leman, is said to have derived signal
benefit As the, services of au - Engi
neer .are, to rIan and direet; and notfi
ta 1 ab n r- I w b u ! d res pect f u I ly s u gae s t
the propriety of attempting .o ;etn?ct
n aiiajiemeht with tb'it Stdte, sa as
ta have the service of that gentleinap
in conjunction, upon Wchprinciples
as may be tleemea equitable and just.
From." the lebth of time he has been
it is hoped and believed that suchiah4ses;conspire:to
is practicable, and the '!
oci asional services of a man ufexpe-
rierice and acknowledged talefits and;
iodUHtry , ivouldlbe more satiatae-tory
and benerjcili-than the undivided ser-r
viges of one less skilful." '
- Trfishinzlon CV'y, AW;2L
TAf Tacf. Yesterday was the day
fixed for the jrreat match-race over the
j Washington Course, bet wee,n' the Vir
i ginia -and N'iy-York ttoVs?ajx Sir
i Chaules and hcLiPSE. At an early
uour, a greaiernumoer qr peupie man
were ever before congregated in Wjtsh
intoii (supposed ta Exceed ten thou
sand) assembled on or: aroujid the
course. A vast n u in be r of respectable
stfanffers were oreent. The day was
cood, and thecourse irr 'fine order.
For -two days there, had been a report
that the V irginia hore was tonic, and
coiild not run. .It "was nevertheless
believed by jnany tha!. the Race would
be run, Kxpectatjoti ; was; on. tip-toe
until one o'clock, when the' backers of
the Viremia horse deenhed to run the
llorsel and of course naioT the forfeit
of five thousand doljars, to the owrjers
of the NYorkJiorse-r
The. disaDooihtmeftt of those wnp
had- come great tlistancesi. even from
Huston,- to 8ee.:thisRacTna well
iinigiried. Curiosity yfe rvvecl, hpw?
ever, .oy-arumortiiatv-a- race woum
vet be' run bet weeri these hbrses for a
single Jiealt, of toiy;$?ileiM And the
Ra ce-wks ru ri "accord ini y v fora wa
ge r of 15 ft eeii ?h u nd red svdol I ars" a s jd e
Eclipse" won IthemoV'
est easethe yirgihia b
pletely' brokeri dbw.l&Ortpp!.'
during the last round,- m; theUeg of
which he was Jame.,
It has been generally expdctedVthat
her racing cbntesl'between-thew-
Yorlc and; y rgin
nwt terminate Vwitho Uie, f incidents ot
Wednesday : : and it ' has' turned ; oUt
accordiBsl r. A aatch Has beeTnade
in . Ma; next- Detweeh-Ecfinsii artfian v
winer norse ip pe proquQea at me Starts
in post on that 'd&ii-:A'ZJ
rOtVTHH nAXKJRU BSOtSTF.Ti.
Messrfr. Jfe&'ora The p'.ibllc papers,fhfovi
us, that 'Considerable excitemeftj exists; in
sdifie ''bf. the western counties- of this Statpj
1 respecting; tltS supposed aUscorery of a 'SiU
vcr. aime in Tne uounty oi :juincoin. I Raye,
been favored with specirnens of the mWeral.
from several respectable gentlemen, accom.
paniexl with a reaueti; that it rnight besub
Would be sufficient .td-decjde whether or not
u cor.iain silver. peg- leave to reply to
their .inquiries through the meMium of your
paper, in order to correct a mistake that has
appeared in some of the papers, namely, tlyai
Thad hnnd tMiJriinerat to be riek in Silver.
Probably, the mistakevarose frotn my having
acknowIedgeSth'e genuineness qf a piece of
fnetalUc ,silver, transmitted in .company withj
have been extracted from the" s:irae"mmecal '1
a sttecimen ot tne nsuDDOsea ore j ana iwi ta i
i ne iacx is protessionaiayocauons naye pr.e
ventedmy attention to this., speciuien" until
theipresent time, and I now send'yoU the re
suit of mv .observations. .'".) L -;'N"', t
" This mineral, o far as can be determined
from small specimens belong tj a class of
riKJKs caiiea tneiss. n is or a rjesn coimiry;
and is rendered shmii.g by pafrcles of mica
or fsin glass dispersed kl hrojif gh the jraassl The
only metallic appearance it presents, is owing
to the oxide of iron from whicbiicleriyes its
colour. ? There is nothinsr in thelfetpearance
j of those specimens which i hai e seen indica
xive or a precioua merai, nor is us speciuc
gravity higher than, what belongs tb . the
rocKs .ot tnis class. ' y$ .
But, although- the external characters of
this mineral do hot reveal an v thing precious.
iuuy nui siiycr exist in jl uuuci uiuc uxauia- -
ed form ? t: ',"; -A-.'fi -.M,;- -'-'V
v . To ascertain t liis poi nt, recourse was bad
to chemical tests i irieans are hx, our posses,
sion of detecting exceelingly' minute por
tions of 'silver, even vben it Is dispersed
througli a great quantity -of. foreign matter.
Several. procest'S, indeed; distinct from oriel
anotner. may DeT separately errmtpyea tor
this purpose no on e of 'which' ' b at, all diffi-
'cult. I have?roade the requisite trials, by '
deferent methods, witnout , success, and am
tal except aTsmall ouantity pfironi.-
But perhaps th ese specimens have been
!, badly, selected,; arid although Mipay not
afford suver, still may it not exist :m-other 1
parts, of th'e:'rock'jTbe:follov
are directed towards ascertaining this perint .
In company with a . specimen of the re put-
L ed ore, I was favoured withe a .small bar
.... . . ' , ' f ......... , . . j
silver; said to have; been extracted from
.U' was.sn'ascertained?eai alloy .of Csllveru
t and copperi VSometinries, uVtecd, -';sUyees-!
f ists in nature associated witb;: copper, : as ;t jj
readv to,i!Vthatno oneof the specjineusof f . : ;' . , . : '.-. v'.'.
'this mineral, " Uch Aeieicons j ; ' A IOUS
the least particleof silver, nor ahyotherrne- : ' 'y '- THpasDirJ wdv j-28." ' '
aoes aiso wnu ieau, v"Mi jmimuiuuj onsiaDiea in toe couoty.'pT w.arren;t- l ,
several other metals ; But it is jwell knpWii I m r. M'l; a hHt tb regulate tlie counry:
.that common, silver coin aUd'lsirart;aJIoyf.of ofwarrua -j H'J' ''M &r?--
silver ami copper in established ptoprtionsi u' MrGrham of Rutherfordi' bift d5acti'ngd: I
and copper being the lighter metal, the pe- the time ahd place of selling, lauds unier ex f :
cific gravity of the compound is Lless, than ecift ' -..f
that of pure silver accordingto tbeprpporwjK ? A1comriiittee was 'foruied -on the part , of ,
uon 01 copper, now, imu cAaimnauuti . ; '
vit Jtbese two metalsj so. remarkable a Coin-i
cidence would afford a 'strong. 'presumption j i
that it'was derived from coin itself.
tin regard to' tpecijic graiiiyy. thatTof pure
silver isw.! o, rim uwi ui uju - kpvi. i f
M i T5 1. r.. of mute onnnM !
.895;.The Specific CTavitV O'f the alloy COn- i
should appear, that the silver ip question Has bis re-election to the office of Governor, anoV V ' .
the same specific gravity, and tlie same-pro j to know at what time h Willfre ready to qu '
portions of isilyer artd copper, as common sil lity , :: f ; p i :!' - '.' . V . ' t
ver coin, and that it consists of .nothing' else ' Ort motion of AIri Beall, a select committeo ' ' ' -i
stitutiug British standard silver wouldappeRUlnto tbe-JPublic Treasury on entries of land L j W.'
on caicuiiniuu iu uc i v.ju f-uui ot ' i(.mu-
respect, so that hardly two coins, in chcula:
tion, will be found to agi;ee precisely. The
, SpcCl-.V .graviij' Ut hjc aic uimu ijvniui- j
tion proved to be 10.333, which: differed less
from soijie coins with which it was Compared I
than-thej' differed from one another The !
presumption afforded, by this iCoincidence
was strengthened by an analysis of the alloy,
made tor tpe purpose oxyinamg out tne ac-
tual proportions of the c
this process the alloy svas foundto consist.of j
1 part copper to 12 4-5 of silver. - The
standard British silver coin consists of 1 copIJ
per jto 12 1-3 silver j that of SMn and of the ?
United States differs a little, thdugh hot very ,
farj from this pyo portion. ; Considering that J
some slight ditterence exists ip ihevahie of.j '
current silver, jthe , foregoing .agreement is i j
ai accurate as could have been expected, on j
the suppositiah;that the. w
was derived from coinVf VTbe preceding facts I
are offered for the satisfaction of audi as ma,i
feel interested in this questiOnVt'; Every man, : I
with these factsben mm, can for
opinion with respect to tlie prbbabUity of me
have only to regret the necessity of decJarinkif
t.u- ort-'rMt,ovAr!iKl to the' hones ndl r
wishes of the community. IW!
Should any-one, hp wever, still meet witn
contrary evidence, and desire; theopinion -of
mineralogists abroad, I'sliould be happy; so
far as I am able, to aid him in' commumcatmg
with them,? by transmitting specimein Or
otherwise;; allyf should the hopes Jwhjcli
have-been excited prove entirelygrbudJess,
it is pleasiner to reflect, that .those- exhaust
less treasures of iron witli which .the same
region abounds, are stamped with no dubious
or delusive characters, but afford a surer path
to hap piness 1 and prosperity Ttn ; thv silver
mines or Eotosi. . 'vVc'.n,k5jrv-
I am, Gentleman, respectfully yoUrs,
Those who are acquainted with.the prin- J
judge of the correctness of this result by tlie
ttyiowjcg data.'-: , - tT,4:;Vn
' Ninetv-nine cTainV of the alloy being dis--
solved in nitric ucid,"and precipitated by .hni
riate of soda: afforded 12i era of fused chlc4
naeoi stiver, e cquiucuus ui
in the : ratio of J3.7irilver, anI-4.5 chlorine
13418.2 : 13.7 : : 122 : ?1.835 th-
quantity of pure sflvein 99 grs of the alloy.
And 99 91.835 rl 65 the quantity of cop-
per in uiesame.. lnereiore,;
r .r ft, (Vlr ' . t .10 OltO vfLJ
Mrfc Mcfey- nrcieKted abUI'toai
act concerning od title bf lapdV-and &r U
mitations tff act ioiis.' and for avoidlnir siiita i A ? X'
'lawvhicb.:wasVead ahd referred tmtheoi'v
:;sedc.ftpm thej rttfuse ofl Common " aV.v
bill respectmg tlie altering. the iime f Kold 1 - i
ing uie uountyupirrt of- Burke. ; . .r. j! ; ;
MrAWniiamson presented" a" resoiutidn !n r A
atruqtin the mmittip on Ibe JiidiciarrJ to fi
ejiquire whether Soy aljeration" is necessary: rr
relative the probate g willCgrariting letxTi
ti uimi3iruwii, ana seuiemem . or , c , T."
that committee to endulre SiTtO the exnedS
eticy of amcriding the Saws,s6.aa -.to requlrd Vi r
executors to give- bbnd alid security for the i m.:
..faithfutf dischargeXo their dutiesjuhless in i ,
cases wberftrthe iearitflr shall ftv will dliWt " '-''' i'
the contrary and fhatlUie report by biil or" t v W
T Mr, Brwririggi r a resolution instructing '
thevcmwutteein pubbcr f buildings , to: en i) .V
Cuhe into 1JieeeWiTtfres :'Jr.
the Stat eiHouse,: and tbose incurred' by;thv;; W
.transportation of the tattle of Washingt'y JS": '
firjpi:, VIiniitton:' tfi -tbis place--wnich rei65';;
lupous were..reierreid,:, ; , f 't i ' '
Tlie fol!owingb were presentedtvi :. f" .,'
KBy Mr (laway,
Sioners to JaVjoff -'the:: mat'.lteToad fromijr v:
Saleni 'whiclr p'assed .treii and
was ;refefred tovthe io lmmittee oil Internal
Improvements 'J: v ' vA'
liy .Mn person, a biM;maiacompensaJf
tion tourors of the V$uperiorJ andC6unty
Courts of Moored 1 . V V 'i'j?- '".CSr'? I ' V'U
authorisinff the : CountV t.'H?.-
Courts of Perauimons annually td aonouit 4
W'" 1aiHiivUVIl vt . a UlAitVV 04u
Mr ' 'Culne-ntwK- a. hill wftiat ' art' nr "i. s. . ' .
vuiivv i ions ( iuou ias6 ui lllta.lt!. iviuan.ll
passed m tne, year. uiWtuca bills pas&eo ' .
.theirfirst readlngrj "4 K
On motion of Mr. Stranfiret .Reohfed thaH
So much of the report of the: Treasurer a
relates to debts duethe.stato underilOO;
rpicrreu 10 iue juaiciary committee. v y-... -,
? On motion ot .Mr. Fwhef Mr Mooije waj
auueii 10 me j uuic anr commiuee:. " -,-
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in 1321 for the better regulation of the town
of TettevUle ; k t" PY'' 'T ; ' - - :;
MrTiiirnery a bill to allow comnwSSjOns tfr '
tnis nouse 10 intorm uapnei noimes, Jiq..ot'
was-appointed.to examine, the road laws, and
enquire? mto the etoeiehcV of .amendine'T
I them, and Me5sra.)SeaU,tlmon,.M
Millan and Xiion were named as this con
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The hill nroarnhinv f h imi k. r,a?rl
nereauer maae,;wasiniienniteiy postponeq.
ogitciug hj uauuw . mc tunc. prviuvcu itw c
Senator to- Congress.'"
(r A meeting of ihej Citizens vof RaleigV
is requested' at ; the: Cojurt-hoiise to-rhorrow1::'
( Saturday) afternoon at!'3 o'clock, u recetv '
the Report of the Committed appointed at a
tormer meeting, to ponterwittttnerroprietoir j
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Owing to the annual meeting of the ' . I .
Stockholders f the State Banki being orffl (
Monday next, the meeting of the Agricultu; ;
raV Society is deferred till the day following; -" '
at 3 o'clock. ' ; '
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The Rev Wm. Compton having found
k impracticable to fulfil ?tlie appointment of ' .
State; .to preach ' i . v.
tLheiinniyersarySermn on Sunday the1 8tbi J - v f . '
iit.'the . Rev.Gebrg4'l,; Ariderson na bcn
appointed to rierform that service. ' vr. - ' ' T V
-In this fcity,pn, Tuesday, evening last, Jas : t
Ri Love. Esa a 1 Member, of the Lesrislatuife !
tractel. adoamfui-,inness. oh Thursday " r
the 2iH instant he
ren yctint'y,Irt'Ha ;J ''
Phile moira wkint piq. -of ' . Loutsbu rg !
This lady wal justly and highly ; steeii cdv ; tv
air Hisrharowf ith ; rnrrnrft ' Anrt if.' ., '
aaugater ox ,ir. james t-onian, jncrcsani. j- .';:.
V ; ' '. COMMUNICATED,! P,--! ; U'iC
Pepatterl this jife, lifter ;mqrprf
tf ttucfc a'ccepltHble.mativ'-t
loo jlmtssfurnM ?A
cmlbrta ofdh ChwtJ
uflpning;pver; twain; anuuc..uiaci ;
Blessed? lareitKe'deaid that die itr ttjew
: Hannv-niil ' tbv'davslfe ended. ;. ' i: J -c
;;XAU thy mouriiing days below
To the right ot Jesus uo."
InTaslingtori city, ort tbe 23d irist.iitRe1
20th year, Mrs. Ai. E.M!ddleton, consort jpfi-
Arthur Middleton,;junjcq. wiu omy aiiu
.Bertie cbuny Mweningiioasej'accb
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