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- u-;t.. nrrriion is"rreit (bin ur Baal:
KnUs experience in the most .distant fcities
Jf the Uniciv ami which it Is presumed rs en;
iiu. owing to" tut determination 01 ujc
- flanks of Virginia not to receive them, Bdt tq
J tv; c'mi ;r much an nos-
-KV And this depreciation 4will probably
J". ..,r,r;r rf fioods from Petersburjri as
hi Merclot there, (beinjr of them of
limited capitals, j jwww
Inonev -: for purcliasmff,the prodiieet of this
mmr instances sell it at a discount
to the Brokers,, in brderto meet their Bank J
Sankf of lour Statefpr xrc ' It is tnis pn-r-asin?
application- of the Merchants -and
Broke" of Petershurg- for Specie; that has
It times prodnced temporary suspensions of
its i)UiJit in oun1" e necessity; of
'Mch is deprecated asniuch by .the Mer-
-u.wtftf XoTth-Carolina, as those of Virpriniai
jut thja Committee havcTeason to believe, I
tlut the measure, vncnrYcr red itu unu
.... Arnvrexsitvafnd self defence. leaving no
'1' hrit that of caliinein the debts of
. rum 01 ip. -----
ttAwrfer. to ofTer any apolocry for, or de
Trnce of the course pursued by the Banks of
a-, state, butlcve them to answer lor uiem-
Vo'nr Committee' 'are of opinion, that ifthe
jf erehant of this State,ho have heretofore
pillTlKwrvr iv - - ---- .
f J- as practicable, rithin our own State, they,
tould altorether be freed from the difficulty
vTi 111 a iicitiini""' v i ' " - :
in making payment or tnem w n c u.ey now
: experence. It is indeed behevciU that
ir.ost of the Goods io which our Ierchants
deal; might . be purchased as cheaply in our
crnsea-ports, as in any other in the United
States ; and if.thcy were under the necessi
tv of applying to a distant market for a few
f the more rare articles, they would be Able
to purchase them at a much cheaper rate
than they how procure them r.t Petersburg,
and for w hich thev could probably make cpn
Tenient pavment in some of our own valuable
raw njaterials. Tor can it be doubtetHlf oui?
lrrrhanfs were to unite in sentiment orfthis
subject, -and the contemplated improvement
in the "navigation of our Inlets and Rivers
thall be effected, of which scarcely a doubt is
now entertained, that men of capital and en
trprize will be: induced to embark in, the
4iolesale business,' wliich wmild produce a
competition, that could, not fail to reduce the
price of Goojs of every kind to as Iowa rate
here, as elsewhere,'' And our Merchants ii
stead of making runs on the Banks farSpe
would invest their funds m the purchase
of the various products of the country for exr
portation. . No depreciation ' would there
fore take,' placeour Notes . would -at.' all
times be equal to Spejcie, and the Banks be
ing thus freed from the apprehension of con-
' etant large demanda by Brokers, would be
h-ss sc npulous in accoromotlatirtg those mer-
. chants and others who might occasionally ap
ply to them for loans, and the mercantile
- eoncerns of the State , would thus be .con
ducted ith the utmost ease and harmony.
Your Committee therefore recommend the
adoption of the following Resolutions :
Rkolvxi, That.it will henceforth be expe
dient for the .Merchants of North-Carolina,
whodiave heretofore been in the habit of
trading at Petersbiirg, as far as practicabTe,
to purcnase tn ear goous wunin our own
: State. .V: -:: ' . . ' "--r :
Reoiyw, "That men of capital and entcr-
pnze, who shall enter into the wholesale bu
siness in. this State,-and who. shall resolve ta
deal on liberal terms, will deserve the united
support "of every retail merchant in.Nortl-Carolina.-
- ; t . " , t
. ; RrsorviB, . That a Committee be appoint
ed to correspond "with the Merchants in the
several parts of this State, who have been
used to purchase their goods from Peters
burg, in order tobbtai 11 their opinions on the
propriety of adopting, generally, the course
proposed in the above Report. v
All which is respectfullv submitted;
JOHN S. KABOTEAU, Chrm.
The Report was read and adopted,
and the following gentlemen were ap
pointed a Committee of Correspon
dence : . ' .. " - !
J. S. Raboteau, AVm. Shaw, Rich'tl
ismith, John Dunn and V.:U. Gales.
un motion of Mr. 13. ,S.King, "it was
Hksolkd,. That-the proceedings of
tins meeting be published in the papers
of this city; -
:. J. GALES, Chr'm.
A. J. Lawbexcx, Sec'y.
Virginian. - ;;.c
THE Race-Horse, Virginian, will stand
the ensuing Season at my Stable, in
Mtrklenburg County', Va. near Taylor's
Ferr', on Roanoke, about five, miles south
of the Courthouse; and wilHjeput to
Mares at S50 the Season,;which may be
discharged by the payment of g35j if paid
by the first day of July next at which
.timi the Season will expire ; but if any
ferttlcman will send six mares or become
responsible for them, the tarice will be
reduced to gSO each, if paid as above--
r to the flrnonri in all Instances.
Cood and extensive pasturage- (it r6ngIy44recab,y. to h contract, he or they shall
enclosed) and set vants board gratis, but
no responsibility Jor acculents-or escapes.,
though the .greatest possible care" shall
I taken to prevent either. r
Itcanhot be expected in a newspaper
fuvenisement, that I; should trace back
S redigree through . a lonjj race of. an
cesiors for two or three centuries, as has
bren done by his former ow ner & breed
and certified to be pure : suffice ii to
. Vf he was gotten by the noted stallion
- r Archy, out of Meritrix. one of.the best,
.mares ever ,raised in this country,- and
Partakes of the very best blood in -Eng-hu$
and,' Aoericat both by the si re 'and
am side. -, (Sec M 1 . Harrjson'a last year's
advertisement.) - . 1 , ' T' '
It is also deemed unnecessary to give a
. detailed account of his .Performances.
" is though fully sufllcientto sayilhat in
.sweepstakes and purses, he Won for his
the sum of 8l042iP," and is still
, "loagnt Yiiai to be the best horse ever
, raided in this ot anyTotKer country. ; Ht
a btaotifuLbay; full sixteen hands blgli;
. Stat beauty, fine muscle and exbelleut
l , r gctter and worthy the attentioii
own anj the breedof bories gerieralls-j
in tne countrv. Vatouv r r:rnnT-d
JOHN CV GOQDE.
rtO. 6, 1823.
set f '
State Engineer, who will attend aOVilmmg
ton from,the 22d inst: tothe lst'oMarch,
for tae purjose ot:jeninitinjae.riansj,.re
ceiving- Proposals, . Sc'conchldirig a Contract.)
ForTthe information of ,those at a distance
who may be. inclined to ofler fdr the work,
Of the.EmbditkmrKt sf Jetties for tlie improve
meat of the.. CahcFear Hirer below Jf'iU
- ffiJntrton. -. ' : - .', ---
', l ne -cmaankments between UlarK s isiano;
"and Eagle Island, and between Campbell's
Island and the Western part of the River, are
to consist 6T two" row-$ of piles;.; with clear,
w-idth ofrten feet between theTiwo "rows jjrt
each row the - piles arc to bemadeout-of
good pine tirrder, of such size jis will square
to 12 inches ; thev art'W be- hewnion. the
twoirneeting aides so astd present jtVflat
surface to "each other ofat? feast 10 inches
jwide on aRvcrage.:Tliey are to be, driven
quite, close-together, and as far into the bed
of the river as it is , possible to drive therrt
with a pile driving machine having a rammer
of from 32 to 15. -Cwt. and! falling from a"
height of 25 feet, at least, and when driven,
thiis far, the pilcs are to be of suohi length as
to JeaVe'"5 fee"t at east above lie ordinary
height of high w;ater rtiark of spring tides.
2. . Cri the' outsile of 'each row' of piles
there: 'to be a string piece of: pine timber
of 9 inches square, ifixed about 2 feet froni
the top of the piles, and to rnn horizontally
tor the whole- length -of ".the; Embankment
Opposite the centre of each pile there is tflj
be. an auger hole vq 1 4 inches in diameter
bored through the siring piece and pild, and
a, white oak trenail of sifficicnt size driven
quite through them both.. The "different
pieces of timber used in the string pieces aTcj
to.be joined by a scarf overlapping 18 inches
3. In every 1Q, feet of length in the. enY
bankment, there T& to be a cross piece- sum
cient in length o extend from outside to out
side of the string pieces, and to project there
from at least 12 inches at each end ; these!
cross pieces or braces are to be of timber
that will square 12 inches, and to be notched
6 inches deep, so as to embrace the heads of
the piles upon which they rest, and the out
side string pieces. immediately on the upper
side of these cross pieces is to be laid a string
piece of 9 inches square, along the inside of.
both rows of piles for the whole length of
the embankment, and to be fastened to the
head of each pile by a trenail as described
for the oulsidestring pieces. 1
4. The whole of the. space on the inside of
the piling is to be filled up with earth flush
to the under side of the cross pieces, and in
executing this part of the work, the contrac
tor is to carefully arrange the soil, so as that
part of it '.which is of a vegetable consistency
may be pnt nearest the piles on both sides ;
the intermediate space may be filled up with
such other soil as can be conveniently ob
tained v ' ' vi:
Specification for the Jettie.
5. The jetties are to fcrinsigt of a single row
of piles of 10 inches square," "driven firmly into
the bed of the river, at the distance of 10
feet from each other. Each of these piles is
to have a tenon at the top of 3 inches thick,
10 inches wide and 6 inches longi On 1 he top
of these piles is to be placed a capsill, 10
inches 'square, with mortices on the under
side for the reception of the tenons on the
piles, there is to be a trenail of sufficient size
to filj.an auger hole one and a half inchesjn
diameter, to be driven through the cabsill and
tenon ; the wpper side of this capsill is to be
on a level with the ordinary height of high
water of spring tides. , '
6. Between each of the square piles, the
place is- to be filled up with two inch thick
pine plxnk piling, driven firnilv into the soil,
and spiked by 2 spikes of 5 inches long, into
7. "When anv deviation or tilterationftfrom
the Plans, Sections, or Specifications, as the
case may be. is proposer! by the Engineer or
Contractor, whercbv the work mav be in
creased, altered er rliminished, due notice in
WTitmg shall be given of the same by the
party proposing surh deviation or alteration
to tlieV other, and the Contractor shall not be
gin to execute any part of the same until
price is fixed and an agreement made, other
wise"Tie shall have no payment for what he
does, and In case the deviation is agreed to,
and the demand made by the Contractor for
executing such deviation shall be? more tharf
the Principal Engiheef shall think Reasona
ble, then the Board of Internal Improve
ments or the Principal Engineer shall have it
in their power to contract or agree with any
other person for the same, . at ' such under
price as they may think proper, without the
Contractor having any demand against the
the Board or Engineer aforesaid, -for such
transaction,' and the Contractor shall: deduct
out of the contract price such sums as may
be saved by such deviation, i i ,r -
.8. Should it appear, at any time during the
execution of any part of the contract to thev
said Board or their Principal Engineer, that
I the (Contractor is not execntintr his work a-
case he does not immediatelyremedy the,
UC JIUUVC W Ullll ilUkll VV.11I.I1T, I 111 111
same, iney suaii uave i in uieir power xo sxop
the vork until hecan' shew them satisfacto
rily that he possesses the power of remedy
ing the defects-or, insufficiency complained
or," ana saiouia ne.iau in penprming'tneame,
thd Board or Principal Engineer shall have it
in their power , to discharge the Contractor
from the work and take the contract out of
his hamls, the value of the work executed
anu materials ana, 1001s on nana oemg pre
viously ascertained by thu Principal Enri-
neer.' and which' shall be immediately, paid.
II . A. 'Jt. 1 t it. 1 X - A " 1, . '
i liux incase uie vrunuuciur snail nave Deen
lurnuming unneeBsary ioois ana impjements
for the worki nl which, in the1 Engineer's
opimoirinay oe !oi uuie or no use to tne
work, ;the; said Engirieer may feiect such
tools and implements, should he think pro-
Per. ,-Lr.,;"::..;: .: .- ..-'iv. 4'-' -' X
v fc y. ah me wors: must pe done to the en-
tn?e satisfaction ot the i Pnncrpal Engineer,1
anu bwu tukciiiuuus way ocK maae m ine
WorK. or nnuenaxs as may, irom time to time.
appear to; himnes
previously roarer as aDove specined,and in
case any differenceVf opinion shall arise be
tween the? Superintendants of -the wort and
the Cpntractor,,respecting the ; explanation
or meaning ot jmy part of the Plans; Sections
or SpedficationSjUhe 'same shall, be left to
.' ti . i f ! i ' -. .
e tmai. v . r L, ", ;
Hirer below -,w iWMmjmw I I r ?udjred :n fi sdoreme Court of North! Co prifnhlc-rnlifirouffh' the Narro ws. i "f rZC' Vm,!-7, ut ar'i , I ' , I :
to be, execute agreea 1 , Lhi
earions made out bv. Harroiton zuitou, 1 1 - r iu u;a M miiju,&wii;-,iiic inflcuvaoiiiiy nuu 1 i----... " .7 T r7- ;, 1 1 1 el !
xne.&pecncaiions are ucreumo amacu,
:-.,-aleiglv Febv,6V i823;V;Kj 2Q-M
Number thesReoorter is indebted to the
kindiiesV of T
thev were prepared for the Press. ,. The Ca-
iL iiift 1.1" H rir , 1 1KW ' :..:i'ir.
MUIiES AKDW)RORSES: v.;
IXHJlLUbe Sold, on Tuesday next, the
iiotn insiii,in ironi or xjie vpuri7;
House, precisely, at 12 o'clock; several
v a ! 14'ti bl . wje 1 1 'brok c- M o 1 cfl n ot e jc ceVd i n g
six years of age, and 5 or 6 good Plough
I Horses, on a sharrcredit: Also, will be
disposed of at the:sam&tirneV a ftneTblood;
led Brood-Mare. . ' V v n
. ;v -'V ., WMr;UUFFlN:
;Raleisrh. Feb. 14. 1823. 21 It
nnHK subscriber iiavine removed ? his
X Store, from Jo. 56, to No. 11, Mar
ket, 21 Door below Third Street Piilu
delhhia. has ooened a large and gent-rkV
.assortment of HARDWARE. CUTLE
jIY; SADDLERY & FANCY GOODS,
! among which are the following: .7 J .
-I Knives & Forks, Pen & Pocket Knives.
Shoe and Butcher Knives, Razors, Scis-
srsl Edge Tools, Files and Saws.ot cverv
;:les, rpffee Mills, Hammers, Tacks, Awl
Blades and Hafts, Steelyards, Shovels and
I T ugs,. Bed Screw s; : Spades A nd Shovels,
.Bone and Japanned" Moulds, Jews' Harp's
Scythes, - Straw Knives Augers, i Anvils,
j ices. Hoe, Trace Chains, Commode
Knobs, feed Caps, Candle SticksjTo rkey :
I Oil -Stone, Cun y Combs, Ivory and Horn
Combs, Brass and patent Cocks, fiateu
and Japanried Castors, -Sirnff Boxes, Plat
ed and -Tinned Saddlery of every descripf
tiryi, Webbing,. Brass and Iroit-Wire,' Ja
panned Ware, Table and TeaSpoons,
Lead Pencils and Cases, Watch ChainsV
Fancy Ptuses,PocketTBooks, Ink-Stands,
! Needles. Knitting Pins, Thimbles, Gilt,
Plated, Metal, and Pearl Buttons, Glass
and Plated Commode Kncbs.
And a great variety of articles not here
in enumerated, which will be sold at very
! reduced price:s for cash or acceptances,
j ALLEN ARMSTRONG.
, Feb. 14. ' 21 12t
i The proceedings of certain mer
chants of Petersburg in relation -to our -
; nanK XNotes, nave prouueeu a spirit in
1 our merchants which,' we trust, ; will
eventuate in great ad vantage to this
jState. It is surely high time that tie
! State of North-Carojina should furnish
to its dealers its own supplies, through
its own seaports, without sending to a
Sister State for them. Arid ' if our
Merchants once get into the habit of
t'oing their business at borne, they
will find it so convenient, that they
will, not soon depart frorn a course so
well calculated to promote the" pros
perity of the Country, bee the Re
port and Resolutions of the Merchants
oi mis vIlj 10 a preceuiog column.
The Supreme Court of this Siate
broulit its term to-a close on Mon
day last. A list of the cases decided j
appears in to-day's paper. In our j
next we hope to ne able to state the
points ' decided. .A, first Number of
the Reports by Mr Hawksr is ready
for delivery, and the decisions of this
term will be published in the course of
a lew. weeks. - , v
: The Board for Internal Improve
mcnts adjourned on Thursday evening
tne Dtn mst. to meei again in idts city
on trie in ivjunuay id April nesc;
.Mr. Fulton, our Civil .Epgineer,- in
addition to the attention which he - is
directed to pay to the Works about to
be carried on at the Flats below Wil
mington, and to the improvements
making, by ; the several riavigation
Companies! was - instructed by the
Board to cause Surveys to be made of
the principal iracts, of ..Swamp and
Marsh' Lands" 'within : this .State ; to
ascertain the quantity arid quality of
each tract ; the most practicable mode
of draining it and th e expense 0 f the
work"; and for the sake of expedition
he is authorised to employ, such nura
ber of Surve vors and chain-carriers as 1 ed
he'mav think nenpssarvv ' V: ; .
Mr. Fultoij is also instructed to sur
vey and mark the ljne of a Road from
Wilkesborough to Salem, on the. best
and most convenieni ground 5 to stir
vey tM Koad Jrdm balem toaje.tte
vine, anq' ascertain wneiner ine ais-r
tance cannot fce hortened by altering:
the present Road: and that he report
ThejEneineer isf also directed "io
cause the line fhe:RoMfand Canal
to ber jun from therRoanoke River, at
or near Plymouthtdthewaters of
. rungo Kiver, jn Hyde County;
: thetl)ismit wainpl ahd to n
f well 6n the praciicabilit vvand utilitv
of theltCad .without eCanaasupon
bejpublished in the tbrs'eof e"preseirt
sucQeedinf-rflpirth 6M:kM fe'
j R ifle.. lxcks, Flints; UM "cers and' 'and Wisemin, Sheriff; ; f v:
f Punches, Saddlers 1 Pincers: and Punches, -7 ; x-.t..,;t :-y- -v;.vi;
j ; FKlDAYVFEJJKUAItVliClS
j . ? , r
8UUI aitCIUllOUS JIS 1U MIS OpiIIIUII, Ofn 4J.yH ,muim;vuiw7-ih6. 4V
PnVilv""- V'-r v:.r-f-;rV- - .;S'';-Bobert.;T..PIunketir.Wm.:'Mean3,admr.
'r-t:, - i - . ; Z from Mecklenburg Rule.for Pew trial made
y'OTcfinj' authorised tojtate, apd:we
ti $btm mpr:m$$j&u it.):tht
the basin lat'Rock Land i ngi Q : that
therelnuiyetoalils' n$ Obstacle to thej
X ra nspo rjat 10 rt or p rouuee front a oove
thejidls nf Uonncke to th h Jplq.ce. - In
a wu i ina v t hi s ifw. 0 rK ; w lit c ly nag -0 ee Cfc
so Ibn a subject dr
and-ipterpstj, is complete. r ; i-jM.
; VVe state: focthe fn formft Horn of otir
teatfersj thatian Office ha been lately
established a r the Wake Forest in this
( Cou n IT "' of M hi ch Ge h CaT vi nfi ol ri es
is rosiinasier. xjucii persons 1 nj.ua 1
s cc tio n of the cou n fy ; as a re "d si r ou 5
of recei vi ng the pu bl ic pa pe rsf tlii 4 wjR
proved favorable .brjpprtttnity,-;t-i
-Tlje iimfAJpurt otieas:& yuarrer
Seslo n s f To r Dai 1 H? oh C o irn tV sa Vs
was qrgafc the
Jasti xycek'xf Davicl: Mocl was elected
gressional proceedings of the 5th inst
jir. v,auipuen oi , unia unruuuceu, a
Resolution to ascertain wlio had stip
pressed a paragraph in a letter of tm
Cashier of the S teube n vi 1 1 e Bank , to
the Secretary of the Treasury before
it was published, which produced much
persona I re m a r k , a n cl i s n ot y et don e
withi ihis subjectwas first brduffKj:
some days ago. who had been charged
by a writer in the .Vashipgton Repub
lican with having, as printers to Con
gress, purpos ly omitted certain parts
o t d ocu m en ts : Jest t hey sh o u Id .1 hi u re
tne siancung oi. tne oecretary ot sthe
Ireasury in public Opinion. Tlius
charged, : they asked of Congress the
appointment of a committee to enquire
iiuo me jacis. i ne enquirVv;wae made,
and resulted in freeing them from'any.
- .' . ' .i .. . --- . , .: i .'
di a m e,-1 ca ppea ri ng mat . tne eras ures
hnu been made by a Clerk in the, I rea
sury liepartment whose business it
was to attend to joatteis of thilkind
before the copy reached their hands!
In respect to. the erasure in the letter
n o w in q uestion however, ' which was
tne most material, no saiisiaciory evi
dence v appeared'; No' .one could tell
who marked it out ; ;and this enquiry
is made to come, jf possible, at . this
fact. It is no longer a question in
which the rnnters are personally con
cerned. It embraces a wider scope,
entrauiing within its vortex high offi-
cers or tne govemmeni ana memoers
of Congress, whose conduct and mo
tives are, arraigned with a freedom of
which, in our Legislative annals, ex
amples have been seldom seen. -
In an enlightened age, and? a' free
country like this, the shackles impos
ed by Test Laws always appeared to
us incongruous with the free spirit of
our form ot government and we re
joice that Marylanq. h&9 Tby a repeal
oi ne x ei ijawb wipeu away uie
stigma of intolerance which7 rested
upon her. The law must pais the or
deal of the next Legislature before i t
is firmly established. Whe-princi';
pies are at stake nothing can be hazard
ed by discussion and thtia the friends
of totwatioti; have persevered until
they have succeedeihateyer ques
tion comes; before th pu6KcV; which:
nasi a tendency: promote !free enquit
ry, is desirable 5 'for in its ultimate is
sue, Truth must be triumphaQt, ; and
mankind: edified by an increase: Of
Cases decided b$ the Judges of tht
v Supreme Court, at their late term; i
Thomas B; Littlejohn John .atillo,
County 'Trustee, -irom Granviile---lJecreed
that the Bill be dismissed without costs.
John Cro well. Admini sferator,' v. - Daniel
Mannl from.Nash Report filed-ExcenHons
to the. report overruled Interlocutory de
cree for ComplainantBiU retained for fttf-
tli.i. k.nn ' "!" i.-'.V-'S ' .
.Wm Jones, Ex'ru&ci v. Wm Person Ad-
Lministrator of Thomas Personrr from; O
range Mouon to aismiss tnoiu,. overruj.
Pinal decree, for Complainants
-Amo A, Combs v. Mark Brittain,
Wilkes -Bule for new trial .discharged
Juderment of the Couit below affirmed, with
costs.,wX' N' . :
Jacob' Rhodes t. Hardy Jlolmes, eX'r.V&Ci
from Robeson-Bule for fiejif. trial made? ab
solute. : ; i rw-vp fc & .
David WMJllah v.Toble Bolden andl3avid
Mv ersl from BuhcombeOfder of Survey
ana fiats, to tne uourt oeiow. .
. ... 1 1 . :.:r ,C .... . -
Derir on-demis ofiSlades 'andTHaiightott v.
Moses A.i-ocKe .tsaae ana.- i;nanesrr,
Alexander, from Cabarrus--Rul6 vfor new
trial discharged, and Judgment of the Court
below, atfarmed,vith costs, yn. 1. v
f Simon Jeffreys if, Yarbbrohgh"exJr,i
from PrankJin Decree pf the Court Below
reversea; "Report ?r6f Clerk! and llasterf of 1
MaryBicndlernanV and. VillianXWrTght . v.v'j' 1 4
Soh n jReei frbmf ftowanx-Decreei that the -!f; r
Befendahr w ithinithirty days after 'the'' ser ':: .,
cvice.ot a.copr.01 tne ciecreej convey 10 om-.ii ... .1 f-
Djainanis iwu traeis ui. iauu ui - ivuwau vuuu-. t:.- . -j. r.
t; ij6httBowman'sAdmtrrta fames Greenlee'
'Adm'r and Chafles.McDtfWellVAdm'r. from U
BiirkeOrder bf referenqc?td the; Clerk and
Master of ilurkeV C.
"vl3a11ev"vohnntr; Samuel ',PUersoni;V;
from : wnksUile.for a ne w trial discuanv-
ediudgmeht'of the Cbubeldw aned i
AVm. Pl Waugh V. SlontfoH Stokes aftdas; 1 i V;
iVelborn fro AVilkesUKajfe ;f!
rnade olutev;1 -1 . ' ' ' .'
- 'James (rdhc !
frdrrt Martin Bule for a hew? trial made abVr ifi 4 1 if I
solute i:--v.V': 1:.- ' ,'. ;Uf'i
Tlmmas nflode'sC JaWi -. r
5uilfor-5rtf ctaagaihst tlie nefertdant,,- ?r V
asbl.Ther bail bond obieeled in. not : 'v T
r taken in pvifsuanc ;
f The bondln; this ase as j ;
Stance nxe xne common prntea pan uonusT -. ,
usVd b the Sherifis Judgmentbf the Coirrt -"!-y
Jtha4r the bontis'uken
AssembJyf Judgment; of the. Court below re-f 'u
versed.-'.i! iv-X.; ViA-X:j--'y
j jijk.rnj..c .LMnK. nies i-ong ana anotner
. '.John. G: Blount t. James PaUbh'-frorh BunV'
tionibe-Rule for a "new, trialhscliarerl, andV j;
Judgthent anitnied widrcbstsW:";' ''f'-"v.
plirr-Kule for a newtrial discharired; and?
Judgment afririned with costs. lr fi - V ,J ;;";
1 KedarWhnWyrehialdl hfeck ancitf -others,
from ( Wayncudc;nient of file Su- - V
"perior Court aflirmed , with'costs; '.;'; , ' :.' -. . .
K Doe on demise of John Stamps t'.iwilliata .
missed. -.JiV,-.,;; f::c&: k
Trustees! of .the Protestant, Episcopal A.
Church W Trustees ; pT.' Newberh rAcademy ' , ' U i
from Craven-Jadjiroentfor fiefendariLs ' ; ' 4
irvme, irom vus wcii-me;. ror new trial flis ., c : '
chai,-tUiIijttinBt'ahirm'ed with costtt'r Yt
Den on 'denuse.of MTaturn't?. paine indX ' 1 ' U;
avr,,from Currrtuc ' ,
dlsdiarged, f.n4 "JudOient 4011111641 . 7--i '
costsi-' 'i-i-Vvt v'.- ; -.i'
: iui-miu oviiita v, yyvi uyiuti .iironj ieTjoir c -Bule
forhew" trial discharged and Juog- '
ment affii-med with xbstaV cUv. ;
j Den on demis of MarthaT Crump iC Wm.: '-:
Crumps irom 1 Chatham Judtftrient' of the
obelowtnmed, there appearing nd'i
reasons J3n the record for reversal. r . -5. 14 ,
f James-Townes vi: John Farrar; from Chat- v
hari-?Rule for a w itrial dlschargetL" and :
Judgment affirmed. with ostsi ; i ; :
.William Sheepshanks; CbV ti.James Si' , :
Jones, front' IIertford--Rule for ahewrtrial -1 r:
nabsoluterj t?$- -l
Den on demise of William 'Tate's heirs t. ?
Ephraim Greenlee, from? BurkeUijjule for ,
new trial m'scharedV and Judgment affirmed; ;
. -Joseph Watt, v.VJatnes Greenlee:7 froth !
Burke liule for a new trial disehawrpH ami .
Judgment afiiiiried with; costs; , lj :u ;i:v
-.'.Charles' BussetCBato; 'fr ".
George D. Holcomb,m Equity; m Burry-- V : h
Thrrt. '-thai ;TTi&nrt4ri tt-ikr "?! .
vey to Complainant trct tof land j in the - V '
County of Surryiandat -Defeiidants p
the:costs of suitirT-;7..Vv:, .
! William Pegram Ceedv E:falefe C
Another, in Equity;:; front ; Cumberland Alo-
won xo cusmiss tne tm overruled. - K 4 . i v
5 " Patty -Taylor 'William Person 1 JiA .
Equity, fror Halifax-becree of the Court
oeiow reversea, znd jiriat decree'in favour of
Complainants; (r .A-'iv ;tv;reri
i VE parte Dempsey Taylor; from Nash-X
Certiorari awarded. ! 4S-; ' ' '-: T-, i1 ; ' '
John Thompson & others v. Henry 6.
Darnel, in Equity, from Orange Decree id
fcvotnpf Complainantsf. f, .. ( ,
Thomas TerClerk,&cVi J6a;Skin'i
ner, from WashingtoiWThis was a rule on '
Defendant Jo shew cause, wherefore costs in-
ru.,,inrt:05r5 peloWf.arid noMncluded
Skinner, from Wtf shin elon s&mA ii ;t '
JudentHeie of Turner, .vqi.fce t C
. , r . jr, roni juincoolft4
dictment for passing counterfeit Bank Notes-
M'' ... v;- l
sugestedi and Cerrari orderoa!
dctaient PLerdbrari awirderU ' '.V'
-' State. Joseph Hodc-e andii;,. nl
Indictmehf jbr-.trespass-I m-
geriogndispositiQrf,Rtr-B, Deloach ' ; V
Grocer: ; - '.: ' V
in xne. out 01 costs annexed to jtheaijscrhit - ;h
sent to thw, usTiouldb taxed-- v ; i
Judgment m favcf Plaintiff at hjsbwnr - "! -
costsf:,- ,, t:,:: l
1 Natitty,'Slbnn;Adminiatitr!x3' 1 ' ' i
tt;thlscity,oiryeste"rdar; mci&n;r,lX''X . 'A
l?Vl.aence son, Mr.VTho -
Alston; of this county on the'ethinsrM. "; i
renct flf vthe'4ate Co I'.WtliiknR nr.-?. .
roUerteho was confiifetd?-the''-Vtyevtfhtrt
she, was attaxked ith ibo5
ftf er,t afcererkl i
eeks! severe; iUnessshe hzWi&I re- '
severalnths;she paid thegref debt ot
r'soclal and domes
tic; duties-and for maiiy ears Dast n
follower of the Reweemer .sh. i,M
t4iiteVto''4epIre: heftcss.';beiaon.' : ,
mong those b& mrbe;,
oaUeda smcer? enristiajrta good neigh- v;
jb aecti '
ism Tnce,Xhapei.Hii!, 0Ii th
xsi mst ivir. james nogg, aged 59 years.
William Warden, merchant of thatlaa.
ad advanced atre ' ' v . r
11 1 1
i. 1 1
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