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s pi - - . ,r r ... I are tinicnown an tn - wie. -:&fv .yj.NGj.K3vw?y AX
f,t . ....
Lnd Hagarsat bfcr sgainst him, and xvept.
Bid not the. tear ir Hagar's eye, ; 'Vt,.';'
t As Verier, dying son she kn'dt,"',.'
In ineechTess. sdent agony, 1 U' .
; - Show what the anxious mother fetf
. ........ . i ..,Vi. f'-twl
Ann when he aotuy preaura per prayer
, Her tearful eyes upraVd. to Heaven,
""Did riot the aWuish' beanune there. 1 :'l
... Show how the mother's heart was riven )
. Then,' "when the sweetest accents felt, !.
ft, 4 ' The voice from Heav'to-f" Thy son shall
Ms .'.1ivet:.v., ? , ;
JvV ; ; . -Thint ye 4t angel's tobgae could tpfl
'.1 1 V ' The iovs that liade her heart revive ?
; 10! there's asomethW in the tear, rr :
That d:tns mother's Iclndlinc: eve ; N-
''. 3 A charm to frauarht witlvlot'eV:o dear,
. V. te weep we -know -jiot care not
;f " w . iTes--vf a spark was ever given - -J
, A ;" To mortals, from the fires abbH e ; ;
; lf eVra flower that bluom'd in HeiVn-
It is a Mother's tender Xbye.: f
" Matrlatre jrehtly tinderstoodi
Cives to the tender and the gpo'd;
A-paraaise .oefow.'T ,
: . .vpAmpngrth rtarks of. modernprofli
.' pcj. knu lf generacj. inay be ranked
the reluctance Avith which i ybung men
V enteV the matrimonial state.t; And the
' aflectioris of ' Verj:Vnan tbat do enter.
into this very inferesfing cnnnexion,
f are til 9iu -sojicueu vj "irr aurtf
tinns thtn those of wealth.--The titiie
seem " to -have cone ny, when in
th e prime of, life yirlu ous 1 o ve ' I ed
yoon: men to choose a companion for
; k her amiable intellectual qualification,
. anf lmiepenoently ot-any .pecurnary
' rconsiderationsnotab now--t?ie love-
"K liPht rnafden. may . :p?ne in .ho'pejfcs" vce
; libacv fur if -,shei hath notv vrealth to
. purchase . a husband, as she would a
. j wardrobe, she mar live iancj, die vith
out one. In vain has nature bestowed
upon them a fairt'-antTblonming coun-
s tenance, arid the eye of .sensibility, if
fortune has.'rerused her, brilliant .bau
bles. ': Ybunj: men gase bpon. Ujem
indeed, as a child Jofck upon the beau
ful and tvariesated-pluihage.ofrthe
Peacock, and turns away, without any
wish to possess the beautj? which they
beheld with admiration, y ' . V ,
. It 4may 'indeed, with ; propriety be
remarked that young men too often
co n si d e r ma rriage as a n hy 1 wi thin.it
self. only to be incurred when the pe
cuniary, advantages with( which it is
attended, will .atfonra compensation.
A most insulting opinion, and no less
absVrd and untrue, t' ah contumeliouii.
Foi iLaniae,' prudeiii and arrertioh-
, ate marriage, is favorable to every vir
tue Jhat car: contribute to the happi
ness of the individual, while it most
essentially serves the interest of socie
ty, and the grand ! designs for which
we were created' Is thei;e any friend
ship on-earth, that. can be. compared
i. rMi.-i-.T, .i rmcwiinia
4j luicancu net paitiuai iiuLiivt) uus
ceasfd to value ;the tenderne'ssi pf'pa
rents, brothers ibd sisters on vou she
depends with you she wishes to Jive
and with you she wishes to slumber in
the arms" of death. t Are you in the
posseoion of wealth, you have one
; that will endeavor' to preserve and in
, crease; yoJ5f prosperity Are your;
circumstance circumscribed, you have
one who' will dilrgehtlv and faithfully
. assist you in the pursuits of gam. "In
prosperity, she. will rendejf.you doubly
fiapjyV& in adversity sjife will stnooth
our ringed path Is there any hap
piness fc.be compared with, the union
. of a'heaitike this r le is the sweet
,com'panion oi; jonjb, and the sblace;of
your declining ae. , s f s
: DESULTORY TJIOUGrtTS.
. An vccasional intercourse .with the
.V female sex is productive of happy effects.'-It
softens that ferocity $t char
. acter which'secJusion begetiatfdien:
Iit trie affections of the heart on the
side of female charms, it napuuatei
" man to a cheerful and nnreseryed com;
muni cat ion of ieptimenti which is the
grand means by- which destinfesnre.U
nited.' Life in that sociarintercbuVse,
uould be insipid; as the most rational
pleasures would iJc.thercDyaDoiisneu
While the presence of ladjesv, posses-
ingii tne artraciions oi jouyi, -ceiice,
and beauty, delfcnt his otii;;t
t- : . moreover secure" m from falling; into
If , eeesesfrrjmV a regard i io their fa
ll? V-V-' vour k:&
. .Tije ififluence of the female world is
frj: I great j and, more freqaentlyxerted for
y ,? ; the benefit; of man, thanK other wiift,-
hen cares engross . the mind,; and
ipints languid woman at nana rep
dvto eniploy:tho?e, effectual means,
,ed upbti her, to effect a cure., She be
guiled his carerf by her r winning nlea
gantries' land fond- caresses, "She
soothes hisgrief by the bajm vof her
Consolation, and by sympathy, for his
condition In fine, earthly blisais not I
. -.Y . 'A .'- T ; '-Vr-,'frt
-V, d. , . r
Three Dollars a year, or Ono
f Adrertisetneiits noV exeeetkng sqiteea
i wr rptrarn nrnpn nniv witn n idua ui iriiieo vrtimuciiuivua ..umv" v., 1 i ne omaTrea. tnis .iun,oii'iuc2vvii9.niv, t
Other hand ftate:r;inatnm
promotfve of ill
yiabl e. condition themindhas evefe con ?
celved. -T ' .?;iv 1) k
Rowland Hill, Vof London, was a
I rlreach e.r remarkab! e for anbl vi n 2' him -
seiiip a pariicurar,anapimiicH viiibh
nertn nU.conjr relation. pealinfe on
tbe.sin attendant iipoadr.ess, and con
forming to all the fooleries of the day.
be observed, T am well aware many
of yon are ready , to say VMrr Hilj,
look at home, look at yourwife ? it is
truelooW at her, there she is."; And
then applying hiinself personally to hr
in presence of the 'cougregation said
otf know I have often - pointed; tint
to you the sin and folly of: ptlrsuing ex?
avagance,whenjou cpuld relieve sn
manyjof your fellow, creatures, in place:
of; wastinj: your money ohi way
eccentric' preacher- isaaid that oh
one occasion perceiving Mrs. Hijl a
sleep in roeetinir and;"ap person who
sat.next fo her alsolisdeep, he address
ed himelf to another individual
Tricndi friend, give you neighbour
a pinchu- he- snores so loud "that he
will 'awake Mrs. Kill." , One evening
a millihers apprentice' brought home a
band box7and by the inadvertence of
a. new seTvant,"was shewn into the
rooirt where.Mr. Hill was sitting. Cul
nosity induced him to pen the bx &
look at Its conten ts. He re-dosed it
however, without a single remark ahd
when jMrs. Hill soon afterwards. askr
eH him for five pounds' to buy a cliest
of drawers, gave.it to her at once. to
the Sunday folio wins:. As soon as he
I had ascended the pulpit, he kept a good
iook our n.r ni wmc.v uc y
made h'eri ipeara nee,' trying to force
hpr watt thrnn.trh fhftirruwd which ai-
Knct nntJ-Vake way. roou
people,vmake way fo Mrs. Hill she is
coming with a chest of dra wers on her
K,i ?i ; " ' v ' .. - i
jJncff'offf....T)uring the examinations
of surgeons for the army or navy, it is
well known that the veterans of that
respectable class, question very mi
nutely those who wi& to become qua
liSedT After answering wry satisfac
torily'to the numerous inquiries made,
a young gentleman was linked, .if he
wished U give' his patient aprofuse !
perspiration, what he woufd prescribe r
Ife mentiotied many diaphoretic me
dicines In case the .first (ailed, and
had some hopes that he should pass
with credit; but te unmerciful que-"
fist thus continued Pray, Sir. sup
pose norie'of those succeedetl, what
'step would you take next ?'y Yhyv
ed son of Esculapiu, " I would send
him him here to be examined, and it
that would not give him a sweat I do
not know what would."
Laws of theXJiiited States.
An act to continue i , force the present
mode of supplying the . army of the li
nked States.- v " ,
Beit enacted by tne Senate and House
of Refiresentatwes of the United States
QfAmericQi in Congress assem6led That
the seventh, eighth, ninth, and teach
sections of the ac", entuled M An act! re
gulating the Staff of the Army. tiassed
April fourteenth, eighteen, hundred and
eighteen, be, and the same are hereby
continued in. force for. the term of five
years, "and until,' the, end of the next ses
sion of Congress thereafter.
Apprpved--.Jan. 23, 1823. ; .p '
An act to enabJe-the proprietors of lands
. sheld by titled derived from. the JLJriited
' States tcrobtain copies of papers from
'.the proper department, and to declare
the effect of such copies. 1 -Be
it enacted dy the Senate and House
of Reiresent'dtives oftheUnited States
if America- in Longress assenwlea 1 hat
wlhenevecf any per on -claiming ta fi be
interested finder., entitled to laiid, untler
any v grant or patent from the Untied
States, shall apply to the-.Treasury Def
partment jfor o pies of papers? filed and
remaiping-v tnerem, in any : wise anecting
the title to stich'land, it shall be the. duty
of the Secretary of the Treasury to cause
Vucu copies' to be made oat, and authen
ticated, under his; hand and Seal, for the
person so 'ajiplyiogri ahd "sucV copies, j so
authenticated, shaU be evidence equally
aV-the original papers. i":V: Vl f fi rX
Approved4Jan.23,,1823;v .V , 1
LAND FQR, SALE.
f OfTER my Land forsale,;lying within
A particuW, account of it is unnecessary; as li
ways blocked upthe aisles ot the meet
ins house, on whicb her visilant hu
the. pe6ple,ih the County are better acqapit- . tiutjng tne last. yea tvwrten sickness o,-ge-ed
with it tlian I am.' vi will give a credit ofrj perally preyaded else wherev Board can
five years. For further particulars apply to
the- Subscriber ; at Brunswick Court-house,
Virginia, or, to Dkvid W."8torie : ; ,i x
W , EDWARD B.J HICKS. -
16-2m pd ' ? ,
a Half fbHlialfa yeai-, to heCnaitl iniadvan ,
lines inserted ttw finjtto !
ing such other prepositions a? nre element
tary; among which are! tewjhat are
necessaryviDeyona :nose;oi -inc. (Oysvcui u
the;mbrvanced : pahaMhlMatbe
irresidePt ofKenfyersity;of Ifrrth-CaV
Trigonometry by the'same, Ana pnnicai
died iv? the University, and Tupoft which
those who become students there, will le
hereafter expected to be1 prepared, or
prosecuting a Mathematica.1 Goursei . y
Jimu'iry 25. ' -Vr;f-A-V-,.iy.;::y.
i ? PHYSIC AND SURGERY,-
fpHE Subscriber hereby announce bis
' -JL intention of pursuing the practice of
Physic and Surgery in Raleigh &; is, vici
nity,. He has taken the snop opposite on
corner of the State-House Square near -.to.
Sherwood Haywood's ,;fofmerty Scott s
Jewellers Shop) at wh,ich place applica--tion
may be made, if his professional .ser
vices should be wanted.4 1 '' w . -
VM. H. WILLIAMS
Raleigh Jn. 1823.
DR. BEZALEEL QILLET,;
HAS the pleasure ; of informing the
inhabitants of R deigh and its vici
niiy, th i: he has so f.ir recovered his j
health as to enable hinS again to re
sume tht- P'liACTtCK of Medicine, and
Hwill attend to all calls : made in the line of
his profession;'' He may be found at, all
times' (when not on professional business,)
at hisTooms.in the old Star Buildings on
Fayetteville street. - i - -o ''-
Raleigh. Jan. 10. J6 6t , ;
'.';WMf WILLIAMS ' ..v.
r9" AS' lust received an assortment of
tl GARDEN SEFI) from one of th
m6st celebrated Seedsmen jti the Northern
S:ats, warranted fresli and of :the last
year's growth v z : f -
Early Summer Bush
bqunsn - i
Tce do' :
Tnnperial , d
Sfivoy V do.
1'trppe'r Grass - .
Dwarf Prolific do
Do. Blue Imperial
Early Hotspur do .
Green Nutmeg Me
lon 1 : , . . .. j
A. few ears Sweet Corn,
Early Gulden Sieux Corn, which be
comes fully ripe in sixty days.
1 ' ALSO; "
2 hhd.s, prime Molasses
8 bbls;V do Sugar. ; ,
25 kegs best quality, White Lead in Oil
5 bbls. Whiskey . : j ,y
Swerles Iron. &c. fr 1
VVh ch ill be sold low for cash.
.January 28. j, 19 3t, ,
FRESH GARDEN SEEDS,
Just received the following Garden
' Seeds. V
Ruta Baga do.
Green Curled do. ;
Winter v tdo
Do. Battersea do.
Late: do. do. .
Do, Madeira do. ,
Latge Winter do.
Drumhead, do. .(
Long Scarlet Ra-
E.rly Purple do. v
White Turnip do.
Red- do- do.
White Coss Lettuce
Brown Dutch do.
White Cabbage do.
Green do. do.
Do. Ice ; do.
Early framed Cu-
Long Green do. ,
Sliort do. do.
Blood Beet, , ,
Red do. .-. , ,
Turnip do. ,
Orange Carrot, ; .;
Large. Rape, -Large
Squaslj Pepper ; . . ;
Broad Leaf CresV
Purple Broccoli .
Red and White O
nioo", :. ". , ' v
Early. Charlton ,
Hotspur , , : dot
Cluster ' ! dof
Dwarf Prolific do ,
Large China do
Large Ridney. do
Imperial Frost do
With an additional supply of European
oceos siioniy expcciea.
j RANDOLPH W
February 6;A:,.;r-.-T ; V20
: ' WAKE FOREST ACADEMY
fllHE Trustees of this Institution hftv
". 1 . the sa tisfact ion of informing the pub -
he hat they haye employed as principal
teacher Mr. Jas. Pheelak, who comes
nighiy recommended tor nis moral habits
hd literary; attainments ?The exercises
will commence on the first day of Febrvi-
ary next, x ne terms are, twenty collars
a year for the Latip & Greek! languages,
anrl fiffi(n Hollara fnr A riWmoi.'i Pni
lish, &c .The classical course prescribe
ed by the ITniveYsity of Northarblina
will be fbllowed here.
This Academy: is situated fifteen miles
north of Raleigh and withiri tWq mUesVipf
theyv ake FprestiPpst-ornce, in one of the
most pleasant, healthy andrVpu table
uistricis tu our country ana wnicn enjoyed
,uc uau tu &ymu Aauiiiips tur six.y UOliarS 3.
year;. :. .V ---.-v; ; Cmu
under, afe aha x:onsequep
tihp'landsThe heitsa thererre
bqt delayas J ?ani i desirous ;tosuhder
the said; estate1 to those entitled, to C ; r ;
It K t i& : ' f M AtOOBINSO
Suherior Court of'&nb-r-Sefitember term.
Judith M.,Miirchesonil'''j,M'v';'..;v: ;;-1
U f v-r Fetitipnfbrlaf j
AneuJ Murcheson. O Divorce, &ci.
XJf.'Catioriipe' made three months in the
Raleiehv Register; that the defendant $be
and appear at the next Superior Court of
Law to be held "fb'ri.the' countyj of; Anson,
at sine, vour-nouse vv aaesuoruugii,
on the second IVtbpday ia M
and answer saidBetitJon ;ojt&erwise the
same will be heard-e-partefV-,;
:Y i Witness, Martin Pickett, Clerk of said
Court, at office, the 2d V Monday an Sep
tember, 1822.' -' ...-x.i.- p
14 MARTIN PICKETT, C. S C.
, ; "."V , " ' "r .
; GATES SUPERIOIT'cOURTtOF LAWi
George Williams. -V J . vorce. l
IT appealing, td the satisfactfon ;of the
Court thjt ..Gebf;Williamsh;aa
movel himself' without thejimhs of this
State; so that the ordinary process of law
cannot be served upon him I .It is therbr.
' fore ordered, that publication be made in
tne i!.at nton uazette ana uajetgn Kegisr
ter, for three'monthsV that, the! said Geo
Williams.aripear at the next term of the
Superior Court of ilaw Hen be" heid for the
countybf Gates, at- thel Gourt-House
j I Monday of March 1823, otherwise judg
ment will be entered pro confe&so against
mm, ana se; ror neanngx pane.
14 igillia m; C. S. C. G, C.
5TATE OF JiORTH-CAROLINA. "
; Cabami County. -
Superior Court of Law FaU Term I 82Sr.
Sarah Bradsbaw, vPetitionDivorcei;
'( ; v. ; Filed at May. Terrai
E! Bradsha w. J 1S21. j " L 1
a i appearing to tne satisfaction ot tne
1 Court that the Defendantv EU Brad
! shaw, is not an inhabitant of this State-
It xis therefore ordered that publication be
made three months in the Kaleigh Regi:
ter and Western Carolinian, that the De
fendant appear at the next Superior Court
ot law to be held tor Cabarras County,
on the!7th Moudav after the 4th Mondav
in March, to plead to said petition, other
wise the petition will be heard ex-partei
and decreed accordingly.- ' '
JAMES M. HUTCHISON,
f' 12 ' '.v. . Clerk.
STALE OF NORTK-CAROLlNAi
John Watson, . -
l: ... VS. ; ...
George Dnnlap, Ma-'--
rv Pitman, Elizabeth 7
Pitman, Zelpha Prt- , - .
man. ' ! J (;;. - ' V. ;'" .j ;
"FT appearing to the satisfaction of the
S. Ctiurt that 2Helpha Pitman. onex)f the
defendants in tliii, caasv, resides out of
the limits of this State :, It ' is thereforf"
ordered, that publication be made in the
Raleigh Register' for six' weeks success
ively that the said defendant be and ap-
pear neiore uie juage oi our nexi vourt
of Equi-y to be held for the ' County of
Anson, at the Court houe in Wadesboro',
on the second Monday in Mach next,
then and'there to plead answer orldemur,
otherwise the said bill will be taken pro
contL-sso and heard ex parte as to her. '
29 Tt st. . A. LITTLE, C: M. E..
, j STATE OF, WORTH-CAROLINA,.
Greene County. v;
Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions,
i . November Term; 1822.1
Bebecca Eason, ' ' ' ' . . . .;
vs. u;' ;-; -: ;':'i t
D . .
Williani Eason & others,
heirs at la w of Stephen I
Eason, decM. .; J .. .- j; v;.:j'
IT. appearing to the satisfaction 7 of ! e
Court; that William Eason,Seth Ea
son. Sterling Eason, and Howe lj Eason,
four of the defendants in this case', : are,
not residents of this state ; it is therefore
ordered, that publication be made io the
Raleigh Register for three months for the
defendants to; appear at the ne3ft Court
to; be held for the County of Greene at
the Court-House in Snowhill, oh the se
cond Monday of February nex. then and
there; to answer j OrAthe; petition wilite
taken pro confrsso. -v Witnness, v Willram
Williams. Clerk of our said Court.' at of
fice' tjie second 'Monday of November
14 Vj WM.;WILLIAMS,;C. Q.C.
state dp north cAr6lina, ; t
-;:-v IUtwood CotrcrTT. '.'
Superior Court of Law, October Term, 1822
i John Craw Ft 5. Thepetioo of John
t' , vs; V Craw atrainst James Hoi-
:jf- James Hollandj knd; to vacate arGrant;
HEREAS, it appears to the satisfaction
of the Court; that the - Defendant is an
inhabitant , of another IState It is therefore
ordered that publication be? hiade for three
uiwuiMviii uic iwueig'H K.egisier.-uiaLiuc Asc
endant appear at tlie next Superior Court of
Law to be held for; the county of 'Haywoodl-f
i . uic. uourwiouse in y avnesvuiR' on uic
first . Wedriesdayiafter i the Hth JH ondayjin;
March next; then Vnd thereHOlpleaU answer
or demurs otherwise thelnetiUoh Twill be 1
i, jonn i3
Courr of LaW,
Dec. 10, 822
. Lovei Clcrksof the; Superior:
1 db'certify' ;that- the above is a.
nrtHE Hbii r 2 1 '
7; ,occuptedby Mi Smu
It is nleasafit V A'Miato 'n ood:
of the cltv.: P'A "V rirei
ist January,, 1823. For term, d n
; ZVM Weigh. ; i
about nine miles from ft??
6n:Swift and WilHims'. CrZC'WV :
Road leading to Hay Wood, th
sent in possession , of T. V w at
bellfeved that for soil, beauty anh ' 1
nes .'of situaUon; it is scarrPi,?d1: J
by any Plantation in this part of S
try A considerable porlion ofrua;
is fine low Ground, andfthe high '
fertile and very well timbered.5 a I d
Range for Cattle and Hogs h to
be;fbund.,Thereare consS '
provements, good, Orchards afv
' Apply to L Gale in Poiu I ?
L. West, on the premises rr to T
t; With the abbve Tract of t ,a. !
had 300 Acres of Pme La,p,
A C ODpFoRTCNtty 1
THE-Proprietorsofthe bskrter L
Gazette, w 11 sell J. F
of their PrintingEstablislW
place;; : - : 77 IIW
From the many advantages in Dn;m L
age this paper now possesses, it pronSr
to beeiIong, onef the most -pUtahS f
Journals in the State; and at the .
time, to afford a good field for the dUnfi
0( useful talent, ,T) a man nf .J.
pital, practically acqdainted with the d
.v,.tV. ? p.iuug omcesucn aa opDor;
tunity Seldom occur&r 5 i v ;
. . vr L' ? i f . h.-v ' i-
r., un.iw. limn uiauon may oe obta npi? '
Fayetteville, N.C-:;!;- '' f-
: Fayetteyille, N.CDec. 1622. u V
ONLY SIX MORE? DRAWINGS
Remain to complete the! ?
-S T ATEgOT T.K R Tc
NOW drawingin'the cityof Baltimore, t-'
der the superintendance of the Conu
missjoners appointed by the Governor nd '
Council, agreeably to the act of Assembly;
iThe present situation of the wheeh4s high,
ly favorable to adventurers, no prize heing
yet drawn higher than one of One Thousand
Dollars The CAPITALS STILL Tjjf.'
DRAWN, therefore, are 5 H j
5,000 D0LIAR3 '
3,000 DOLLARS -
Besides Thousands, Sec. Speedy appHcatloi
should, be made For tipkets It will be recol. '
lectedalao. that there areNO STATIONARY
PRIZES in this scfiem. and fiiat t:h snim
.Investmenta''are nude; tje vgTeater Is the
chance for the FLO A TING CAPIT ALS-
Tbe price: will be again advanced in a short .
nine : jJicscyi. j dies, viz : .
Whole Tickets , $12 I Quarters '3 00.
Halves. c' fi; 6 Eighths 150
To her had, warranted undrawn, at ;
' - U i .
LOTTERY !& EXCHANGE s OFFICE
. . 114, Sfarket Street, Baltimore,'
Whereiiin tne two iast Statb Lttbiiiv
the .reaf canitals of 8401000 and 10.000 vere.
sold, besides no less than SEVEN Cajntakof
5.000 Dollars each ' and where aho were iM
the great capitals of, 30,000 and 20,000 JkU
kirs, bein the TWO HIGHEST in the Mo-
nument Lottery, which finished a lew weca
ago. : ; . ; : - , .; : .( . . : ..
- CE Orders from any part of the Unite!
States, by mail (post paid) or by private coiv
veyance, enclosing the cash or prizes in vj
nf ha OotflrhnK. T nttanM Will TTlPf-t the 0
ssual prompt' and punctual attention, addre 1
V . J. I. COHEN, Jr. Baltimore.
. Jan. 30, 1823. : .' I- !9
j STATE OF NORTH-CAROLINA.';;
Superior Court of Lawj Sept. Tctn-
on veorge riaui
Collar; so other gooto
property to o-'j
John Ray, Shenff. ; kV
rTppearjhg tofthe; Mpfictwn
Court, that William auk ,san jAAg
of another State, it is ordfered that adrerg,
ment be made three months in the5' j
Rejrister. for the Defendant to comen
roiintvOri the th rd Monaay oi
or uagmeni win de cui".- r
defkult V-f. : :' ' '-' ;
A true conv.
Y l8 ites
; Hv" PUBLIC NOTICE. .
fifir have' taken otit
tewarU late ,of Lancaster vv r, . ,
:'kerdeceased. :;;-' .r ll vV '.tive'' rf
:Tlie5 said' John Stewart wajra w
Guilford County, N. C. blKwentf
State at about ie age of e.fhteenof
years; and left no heirs so far,, v;
certain W-S,' "'jii hb
If he has any leal
notified to make application ;vilher
manthVfrom this date, to James "-v
iipoon, Esq. Judge of me Court rtg
for the saij District, or to either of V i
, this omcei ,
r .j;:;Vv -.s.