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; like t;relipeiilon;?are: neiplosifltoekptaceli dock fejoMltom :hSBee
i- sitttewak:tt'; tvmtoWwtWkhn- mrrmm-
i ml. .a
CYe arc: tar? of the night, yeare &ms' of
-! ' TVe arc dew dropsvhose lustre Illumines
vfe; -vthorn ; i'i vv-i; v
prace m me oreasi j v
v And the shaft) : thorn of )s6rrqWjsmts detrp
TiU tlier sweet lip of wcman assuages the
' . Eut bh !:' hoV soiptr. its sweets are gone , A
'V ' "Xlwv soon it witherjiii lies ! S '
v iSb'-.wbeh the eve of life comes on, N f f
.Sweet beaatv fades iind dies. --riAV
Then since the fairest fprro that's made,
.; vSoon Vitherihtf we shall find, . ,
r - Let eicli possess WhaunVr can fade, ;
5 r a 'itetrospp c Han..rf jierejs something
inekpreisiblj'seet intlie;. retrospect
V of dykne bv; When memory, ever
activecarnes us oacKvin ine scenes
ciimtances.'in all their minntia; which
- .Til !er's o er tne coucn oi .uusiorcuuc vu
ln fondness a Iwtr mcmness.afnend ;
r ' rbm woWaTv receives (both! refinement
r- - And ailornM'by tthe bays etiwreath d by
'r: 'if the,:win6w,'(V J'u:r):
. L v-'mi imi! re rim Tr1 nnrKher.btiSQm oiir.
. The Kosetheweetlv blooming .vobc.
III 'It::. CEre fromtteeis,torn,.;-'
'! ' 1v x Is like tbeharm Which beiuty. shows
:h - ;4In -life V exu1tingkmorri.v !J',i " r
V $v , inv which we passed our boyhoodand
Va places; us once, to ore'. in 'the -midst of
the-cav- circle of our earliestl friends,
cans aruni ius a iu"; ui':
- iV!i a? Crowded: on rbuVyoutKluI hours, we
Afe'eTnew born uponfthe lapjot time,
and amosi: fincyipurselycs once more
pirtiiigriri:t!ie spring -tiinc of our be
in.V Fancy; fr a; moment, stripsus
of bur crev hairs; an'd.-crqwhsVotfr
our .enervajed 'limbs, -and pours: new.
M ' I 1 ' ' ;;Jife iid "erasticHy ino ouri. flagjiug
i ipTti's. Ar.d hovl (Ms i-ffroVpfct
f bblended with some eWades of fror
vM rownd thouVrrecolleclion recalls
-;K''"-inany:and'- still deeper shades of me
li laBcholy tojingc the skies of late sum
; A iners; wepaze to that one bright spot
. ' en the area r our existence, with still
.i'Ci livelier iemotions a v one who oosa
;;y ' ?c1eseVr coast: where all 'around is bar-
ren anijoy less; turns hisweary eye
. lb where, in the farivbrT. heavens,. pne
I - JitileUr twinkles ihrough the gather
; r ed cloudsi Hayeyou. ever met arras-
v 8odate' of !ydur juveniledays, after
'A . . -.f ..Miin' ' tvitfinuf fpeHnw"
years vt Aorpai . o .
. these sehsations ? Have you evergaz-
v' ed bri , the grass grown grave of one
? whom in youth you lvved,without feeK
iV -ififfivour own kindred 'to the T,tonb,
f;' ar.it half rejoicing that- all who. have
: 1 .. gone before, you to its Vilent mansions
- r are not iitrargers-that friends whose
countenance you remember and whose
a 'arTectjo'ns you once shared are there.? ;
; ''..These are theaenrtxi,DswaKeucuuj
i W retrospection in minds feelingly alive
r: -to the tenderest connexions of. life,
.) a and sensible ofits narrow- and uncer
A ?tain limits. ? Burns felt thus when he
A thought of tbe, baakti.ot Ayrei antl the
?0 V : grae.bf rhis .higniandjMafy, whither
' his rouse1 8oo'ften wandered.
f' v ' a " -r'":' ?" ;
? - ' Memoryis -the ursepf Genius.-
" ' She fondles Mm in infancy, feeds him
from her bosom, Uspjresliim''Wi(h cou-
'J. Ct. a..!lt laarninir Krinnrc
cl es his vcrad le : wfth flowers, strews
reatfis f immoi taity'on his grave.
The most fearful; pang pf death, is the
S idea;of oblivibn.1 If Ju hall;have so
li vedhat . neoplef anal knot roisjf yoli
tvKen r.vqUdie jou mM hay el . lived to
- little 'purpose. .Usefulness i is the teat
of virtue ; anc)-enlightened usefulnea
;iM .V" V , Km&UdgeM certainlyne. of the
xneais bf-pleastxre, as isycbnfessed by
, in natural ucaii F''J ,
Vr.':: - feels oiricea9ing ifs;ideas.--Ign6r-K-
' ;ance is mere privation bt . which not
tbin'can W roducted :jitvis a" yaoity
J ; in :hich .the soul iiits ipotiqnlessl and
torpwl for want of attfattibn : anil witlir
tvhemye. learn, ana 'grieve wnen we
Wpwl'-m,bre happy as our j minds take
l ai . eo n 00 v , . - y i;
t ; ? ;J . Kno w ledge, wil 1 soon beconiey Jol ly
'J . vben ;gv.ocl, aeiise ceases. :jt belsulr.
1 ' itas fiir jbnnff tnen (0 gather know
ledge. and for old merV v use jtiand as-
en r , oti rself. that :no:, nian gives i
1 fairexccount,o ni, ";
N .. -Vfy Irr X-Vv -.-.rj iiV 4i.v Lri--. utr:.. :C.ilen u;- r. !: 7ki i
jsfsiP msmmm mmstiwm
! Viif- Wpn anV of their wives arc. ral Fire Com Dan tea ivjtlr Oieir enjjins, a kvi: w-Ar 4W a autoW a.-a-a; - ; J i. ? m 'he Uniii l,1 ?
ini!i?p.oWcr, tlwffik'ri o illcenthread.
gUvn tds Iht phy$ ' 7iir, vane) it, is only?
by vine fY motion ,vucn - xne puiaiiui
h finmmnft rfps! tn it that, ne is a lowed
abusers, lei '-us ; ask ourselveV what
descrintion of characters it' is they ad
mire ?Ve"shall often find this a ve-
ry" cphsolatorj.quVstion. F
Drunkenness is the vice,-ot a eoocf
constitution cir a bad memory ; of r a
.'Vfinatlfiiflmi sir t rparhernusl v ffOod that
it never bends ?until it breaks ;or ot
aVmemWtha'fecnirecta the pleasu res J
or getting arunK ; uuworgets uic pau
of e-ettihtr sober- a v
Bessie Bell and Iary( (Gray,
'. w -Thcv wertwa bonnV lassies I
They built a bower on yon burn brae
' And thatched it o'er wi' rashes. ;
KPer'tishire Recottections;,.JDirirz the
morUl plague which raged in Scotland
about the middle of the 15th century
these " iwa bonny lasses,", in a min
gled spirit perjiaps of romanccCand
prudent caution, retired to a pleasant
. bqrn sside,?.bn the estate of Lord
LL ip Perthshire, where they buil
them a 1 i 1 1 le Jhou se of tlie sh ru Ijs'and
bushes which 'waed in - sweet luxyVi
ance ; ar)und them ; and proyidib a
suppV r such comforts of nature -.af,
1..' 1 "V l ' . ' - -1 . : "vA- r
iiier snouiuiiireci ciesiunen- to remain.
n 'their ' happy seclusion till the terror
f the pestilence was overcast. A
lover, of one of our fair friends, how
ever, inpeljed by r: affection, made a
visit to the asylum, and unfortunately
bore with him the mortal infection in
his clj)thihiThe dear object of his
soul's v recard fell the first victim.
The dear cOrnpanipp of her;rtirement
shortly loliowed : and the same, moss j
j rbwn . grave" which ra p s th eir cn n -!
mon clav, isstill pointeil out tb the
passing traveller, and is- still hallowed
by a thousand tendersentiments.
Sheridan's Pauses.-A Scotch 'Cler
gyman had visited London and seen,
amongst of her, tricks of pulpit oratory,
" Sheridan's Pause" exhibited. Du
ring; his first sermon after his return
he had taken occasion at the termina
tion of a verr impassioned 'sentence,
to stop all of a sudden,' and , pause in
" mutei unbreathing silence." - The
precentor, 'who had taken advantage
"bfihis immemorial privilege' to sleep
out) the sermon, imagining from the
cessation of ound, (hat the discourse
was actually brouglit to a close, start
ed up, with agitation and in an audi
ble voice read out his usual ' Remein
ber in prayer." " II out man !" ex
claimed the good ;natured orator, over
his head, placing at the same time his
hand upon his shoulder, Hout, Jamie
man 17 what's the matter wi' ye the
day ? id't ye no i ken I h,ae nae done
yet ?-that?s4 only ane'o' Sheridan's
pauses, roan .
, V -: i v , -Dftnville (iSVit.) ' "Jiiir 4.- a
On 'yesterday "morning, bet wee n the
hours of 1 , & o'clock, our 'citizens
were aroused sbyAthe' appalling cry of
j Fire, - which ; was soon, discovered to
, proceed from the Danville j Branch
j I3ank and, ;was -extinguished in a few
of some person or persons, who ? had
'entered - the bank for the burnbse of
rbbbip the! vault; in the" door of which 5
a false key was oiind which appears
to havVbeeovprepared for; the purpbse
and' by 'which-the vault door had 'been
opened i the amount taken therefroni
has; not been ascertained.' Fire had
been communicated to papers in three
ainerent pjaces, amumoer or wrucn
arfr 'destroyed, anl . the books of the
bahkare verymuch Vmutilated.by the
flameT which i. will probably cause great
perplexity in cbndubtjng the affairs of
the Jnstitiitibn.i :We. shall probably
have it iri oUr power; to state tlie a
mbunt of loss,' idtcash taken, next
week v, Avv-v.- r: f?r:v.A .
r a" , -Philadelphia, Jdnl.:
ffii thl-ee, o'cl bck this morn i ng, the
auctibntor at the Corner "of Chesnut
add i thircj streets, occupied by T. Pass
more c;iCo was ioiisumed ' to the
ground even the brick walls, having
en tire if faJleb Randal most all the goods
I -destroyietL '-fie f4iiijoipinv 'house'; in
cnesnut street, occupied py s. f ottef
&,Co. as i bookstyre ras . also des
trOyed,;with nekif)v all -tlie, books 'and
siaiionary, eyen inose savef'peinye-
ry tauc dam
ry; mucn. uamaged
them, but tve hlbslvfbf the credit ofj
our Townvwjiiisuwe,sta'e ir wuni
arrived at the Christiana Bridge, they
foujul the gates clbsedinst tbemf
anirMrs. IVa r n e r . th e Keeper; ; fl itfj?-
inis arms like a fury, insisting that
they should pay toll Derore.tney crpssk.
ed i : Whether all crtniptie4 wUh he
requisition we cannot-say ; .noweyer
we know Jthat toll;Wase'cve
m any B u ch c b n d u c t , a t s u ch , a t i m eV
from one of that sexto whoni we?are
taught to look up. in distress as fjnm
nisf erioff anlsfillf us with disgust.
Truly there is abmething connected
w i t ht hi s bridgw hich ca.ll s loud ly for
refiirmation. The 5 )ubViQ f)Mthe
honor of our Borougji demand jtIs
the Keeper or the Company in tault r
or both a r-:, -
. The bright sflyepy cloud which arosb
in awful grandeur from the ruins, re
called to th minds of our citizens for
mer actidentjlpf a similar nature,
aod:,tJId them to prepare to behold a
sqene of horror and, distress to hear
ofv fa the r I ess ch.il' I r en, and widows,
and the bereaved ,;1on5 ;whom the
morning sun shone jn their lappiness,';
and?to whom hit was to set in all the i
d rcari n ess ,o f - tb eir deolotion. The
prqspec tas i ndeed ! heart -sicfe eni ng(
$i ; Vifeess'bodies of the workmen pre
sented themselves fb.vievv in tli'e field
adjacent to the works, whitherthey
had bee nfc a rried by the force of t h e
explosion. Seven were badly hurt.
Hopes are entertained f the recovery
of. some of them. j. Two horses were
killed. We are happy to state that
j the proprietor, Mr. Garesche, and hi9
family, escaped unhurt. ; 4 ,
AND FOR SALF, AT THE BOOKSTORE; OF
I. J. GALES'tJ SON. '
4 'New System of GEOMETRY, en-
V titled 44 A Compendious System b
FAementaryt Geometry in seven books :
i o jy.nico ?iv eiiuii is anncxai, uir riiii-
ingich: other ; propositions as'are elemen
Varyvamong which are a few . that are
ritxessary, bf-ybnd those of the System, to
the mora advanced parts of the Mathe;
m4iicfBy Joskpii Caldwell: D. D
Presidit'o7theinvcrsity of KTtU-C-rolina.Subjoined
Is a treasise of Plarie
Trigonometry by the same, and Sihctical
Trigonometry by Dr. Robert Simpson of
Glasgow.' . This is jthe System npwjstu;
died in the University, and upon which
t h ose w h o beco m e s tu den t s ther e.lwi I f b
hereafter' expected to be prepared, fi i
1 prosecuting a Mathematical Course.
junuary zo. - . iy
A GOOD OPPORTUNITY.
fHE ro;rietbr,s of the Obskrvsr &
JL GAZTTEwiil sell a great bargain
of their 'Printing Establishment in, thb
'place. , .:.- r ;. r
From the many adyantagevin point of
local situation, with the extensive patrou
agf this paper now psses'ses, it proraisev
to be ere hng, one. tf the most pt dfitabh
j Journals in the tate ; and at the sain-
time, to afford a god held for the displa v
bfuseful talent. To a man of som cu
pital, prabtically acquainted with the de
tails of a printing office, such ah oppor-
tunit-v lrlrifi nrrurt '
tFunher information may be obtained,
by letter, addressed to James Seaweli;
Fayetu ville, N.C a4 .
j , Fayetteville, N. C Dec;-1822. 16.
l;f ...... ; ' PU9Ll6OT7cff
fTpHE Subscribers havei taken ;out Letters
; lv of Administration on the Estate, of John
Stewart, late of Lancaster, District, Cabinet
Makel,' deteased. . . .
. The said , John Stewart - was a ijative of
Guilford County, NC; but emigrated to ths
State at about the a-'e ofveighteen oWenty
years, and left no heirs so faras, we' can as
certain.- ; :. v: . v --;.a:-, Z 1 !
If he has any legal heirs, they are, hereby j
nouneu kpuhrc - application wituin twelve
months from this date, to James H. Wither
spoon, Esq. Jude of the Court of Ordinary
for the said District, or to either of the Sub
scribers. ; ,v '.
ry- . : A'':,WMMcKINNA,v-.A
; V : V a -r AB.RAHAte'.;tEKRY.'?
Lancaster Dist. S. C Nov.M5, 1822. ,.9-lyr
STATE , OF NORtH-CAROLp:
- Asas Coustjt.-Vif:&j&
Superior Court of Law, Spt. Term, 1822.
fon George Hauk, and ori-
: ;A-'. . vs.- - v. A
George Hauk, &
a, .v a . . . i
ginai aiiacnmen vs. vvm
Hauk, levied onone horse
Collar, no other goods or
property to be found.
v - John Ray; Sheriff;m a 1
VI i appearing to the sabstactioh of the
lCourt, that William Hauk is abinjiabitant
of another State, it is ordered that advertise
ment;be made three mbhtbsliri' the Raleiffh
Reeister. for the Defendant to cmn
Hefend at the next Court to be held for this:
ouniy, ob xuc inwa ionaav.pt MarcLr next, i
or luagraeni wui ve enterea against bim by '
& A .true opyv:' -k a-av,Sa-u -a;
1 ' 'i !' i hi .u i - i - -y i Aii ...
1 1 ..... vi 1 1 1 c : in i ui if y . i . -z t-HTiimnnpn rnim ...il. ' nut..
who Tria vt bV intfitie'e! .2 tb ! ofier; lor, th e work,
the prfiVb'are hereuntoannexed.kA
6fjt?&:Emhmdttieiit9 Zf Jettieti for the improve'
f. fHmt!ofthe Cfcpeear:r&iveHfclo h Witt
11114. odic a uiaiii, aim s-v" f, 7::r
Island and theestern i jixrt of the Rivr, arb
lpniist;oltwo rows brplles, with a dear
Width bfltebyfeet between the two rowsan
bod'pTnb tjmher, of sucli .sifswHlowe
M,f2 inches ; thevrarej to be hewir on Jthe
ciui v 1 u w : u;c lilies- a 1 c iviuw. tuwivz-wui ,-'
tWb meetiner idesit .'sol as to presV htf flat
lurtace to eachbtVbf at! teasel Oichfd
wifie -ot a-n . a vera 1 1 ' 1 ,c j arS vu UCi Vil f
lquitecIose togetheri$nd as far into the bed
of the river as it' is, tob?e? to drive them
-with a pile drivtnjr machine having af amme
ot trom 12 to ;J5 twt. ana laiup irom ; a.
-Iieight oH25 feet at least, and Vhcn driven
thus falv.tToe- piief are to he; osQch length a
ip leave p ictri - av icasi, nuiuc mc jmuiwi;
neignt oi njgn waxer mars or. spring uutrs r
2,. On TbesbHsidf ;bf 'each rbyvt of . piles
there is to he a string piece tof pine tamber
of 9 inches. squareiXed?abbiit 21 fvet.frfem
thejtop ofthe piles,' and to run;lirj2bhtal!y
for the whole lrbgth of. the Emhahkmenty
unposiie xne centre oi pacn pne inrrp is wi
nieces of timber used in the string' pice es are
to he joined by aearf overlapping, 18 inches jnyifiiams 'appear at the next term nf
jb everv 10 feet of ilehgth ih the 'em
bAnkment, there: is to bfr.aCisii;iece'sntBsJ
side of the string piece and tp project there
from at teast 12 inches Vat5 each end ; ? these
cross pieces or braces are to be of tirnber
that will square 12 inches and to he notched
6 inches deep, so v to Embrace the heads of
thefpiles upon vhich-threst, and theliput
side string pieces. Jramedlately on the.uppef
side of these cross pieces is to be laid a string
piece of 9 inches square, along the inside of
bbtli rows of piles fbr "the vhole length of
the embankment, and to be : fastened to the
head of each pile by a trenail as described
for the. outside stnhg1 pieces. , i j a
I f'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, tjie contrac
tor is to carefully arrange the soil, so as that
part of it which -is of a yegetableSfepnsistency
may be put nearest the piles on both sides ;
the intermediate space may be filled up with
such other soil asaJan be conveniently ob
tained. ; . V:';-,
Specification for the Jetties. 1 '
5. The jetties are to consist of a single row
of piles of 10 inches square, driven firmly into!
the bed ot the river, at the distance ot 1U
feet from each other. Each of these pilesis
to have a tenon at the top of ,3 inches thick;
'I'D inches ride and 6 inches long. On the top
of these-piles is to be placed a capsill, 10
inches square, with mortices ion the under
s'de for the reception of the tenons on the
piles, there is to be a trenail of sufficient size
to fill an aug-er hole one and a half inches in
diameter, to be driven through the capsill nd
tenon ; the upper side of this capsill, is tp be
on a level with the ordinary height of high
water of spring tides . ' A A
6. Between each of the square piles, the
place, is to be filled up with two inch thick
pine plank piling, driycn firmly into the soil,
and spiked by 2 spikes of S.incfies long, into
the capsill.: A'"' ' ' -' ) . ::'V'i
, 7. When fnv deviation or alterations froni
the Plans, Sections, or Specifications; as the
case nay be, is proposed by the Engineer1 or
Contractor, whereby the work may be inf
creased, altered or diminished,- due notice in
writing shall be j given of the same Jby" the
party proposing such "deviation "or alteratiou'
to the other, and the Contractor shall not be
gin to execute any part of the same until a.
iprice is fixed and anagreemenj made, other
wise he shall have no pavm'ent for what he
loes, and in case the deviation is agreed to,
and the demand made by the, Contractor for
executing such deviation shall be more than
the Principal. - Engineer shallVhink reasona
ble,' then the Board of Internal Improve-
ments or tne rnncipai r.ngmeer snan nave it
in their power to contract or agree "with any
other person for the same, at such under
price as tnev may uiinx proper, witnout tne
Contractor having any demand against the J
ine it oara or engineer aioresaia, ror sucn .
transaction, and the Contractor shall deduct f
put or the contract price such? sums as may
be saved by such deviation -- 7 ,w.:'7 Pi7
; 8;. Should it appear at any timbering the
execution of 'any part ofvjthe contract to the
&aid Board or-their Principal Eagineer, that
the Contractor is" not executing his work a
creeably' to his. cbntractf he or thev shall
give notice to him of such deficiency,, and in
same, they shall 'hive it in their power to stop
the work until he cari shew .them satisfactp-
ruy tnat ne possesses . the; power ot remedyt
l inErthe defects'' or insufficiency, complained
r ji , i - . . v
oii nu suouia ne iaiiin Denormin? tne same,
the Board or rrincipalNJBngineer shall have it j
m tneir ppwer jq aiscnarge .tne: upntraetor
from the work and take the' contract out of :
his hands, the value of the;, work executed,
arid materials and tools oil hand being pre
viously ascertained; b the Principal Engi 1
iicci,. niiii wuica snail imneQiaTeiy paiu
' ifAi inxase tne Contractor., shall have beep
furnishing' unnecessary' tools arid implements
.for the s work,, and,which, in the Engineer's
opinion i m; beof Iittleort not use to thb
.work the v said - E;.pnber may rejecl such
tppls and implements, should heythink pro-
aon44mayVbe nade3 iniilvs
ils as may,'frbm time tb.me,
asxf jabbyet specifieafidrin
y ipnxht opImonshaU areev
upermtenuants oi .tne jwprK ana
Superior Court of taJs".
Jodith M. Murcheson-"
f Petition fbr A
ORDERED by the : Cobrt 5 1 S &c
J,catiori be nlladeVth
at the.Court-lfouse itj VafU n
arvd abwer said Petition f
same wjfj be heard ex-part fWbe
a Witness, 'Martin Pickett CIpW
purttolxke- thed 0
1 JL -M A UTTXT TTr.rU.. . -;l .
r ruuence yy unams,:- J ;
i ,7 VS. "sN-
tuion for Dil ".
... Cou,! that Gorce. Wiv JTi
; ?- uiniui IHC lit
j terv for three- months, that r? -
county f of pa'tt sat the Courc-H
him, and se for hearinVXriar'eL '
7... . ' ; . , , . -
STATE OF NORTHS CAIIOHSa. j
"n?""'. 1 fc " . "1 ' c Hi, Jo',v
18S!f. .. :: ,f.-.- '
Court tli at. the -Defendant, Eli Brad. 3
Micfwvis not au iniiao.uani or mis atate-1
It is therefore ordered that publication be '
rnaue.tliree months, in the Raleigh Rtm.
ter and Western Carolinian, that the De
feridant appear ar the next Superior Court
of Law to be held for Cabairus Counts
Ion the 7th"Motiday after the 4th Mmdaf
n, larch, to plead to said petitjoa, other
wise the! petition will be heard ex-parte,
arid decreed accordingly - ' ri ; r
'a JAMES M. HUTCHISON; f
'A-- 12 y - ' . ;, Clerk...
! ! ST ALE, OF NOTH-CAROHNA.
a r Arison Coanty.
J ihu Watsonv ... . V
rv Puman, Ehzabet f I
l llllldll, xcipim l 11- 1
T,appeariIigto -the 'satisfaction of te
It Court that Zelpba Pitm irf, bne ottlx
defendants in this caus-. resides niii of
the limits of this States It is therefore
)rdei ed, that publication be made inie
Raleigh R.-gisterV for six.-we'es sacaif
ivelvi that'the said defendant be an4 ap
pear before the Jadge'of our -.neTSi Court;
nf Equry to' be held tor the, toimtjr.oi
on the second Mbnd iy in- Mnrcli net
then and tliere to nlead answerer demur.
otherwise the said bill will be taken pro
confcSNO and heard t x ptestofer. ;
2 Test. A. LI 1 1 tift. r
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' STATE OF NORT'k-CAROLIKi.. .
; . .' -,: Greene County. ;.. j
Court of pieaxland Quarter Sessions, :
h V''';Nbvember Tcrin; 1822,a:-..-'.
Rebecoe Eason, , rl . , . j V
' ,. ' Petition: f0r.'
Willtani Eason & others, DoVer.r (
; heirs at Viw of Stephen I , 'V
'.T?A. J - I
is: -' K - e tif.ir.tion tot iW
Court, that iWilliam Eason, bf h jtr
son, Sterling Eason, and Hoel
four of the defendants in this case, are
not residents of this state t it b.J'wJJ
ordered, that publication be .made in t"
Raleigh i Regikter. for three month? ifjfV.
defcnlAqts to. appear at the nex
to be held fortthe County of Gree
theCbbrtHouse in Snpwhill
cortd:obday ..of February, t"
there to answer ; ;or the P5t,t,0!S
WiUiatni. Clerk oTbdti
hce i he secofia . ivionu , ,
A:-,D.1822v-fr, " fV;rC 'r hlC.
14 WM WILLIAMS, C. UA
STATE OF NORTH-CAROLLV .
V-'" ' ""A HAtwoob CortTr. ' 'flAj
Superior Court of Law, October.Ter
James, Holland land, to
MM the.Court, that thBeW.
inhabiunf o another. Star
ordered that publication ;be toade wr
months in the lUleigh Kgr-Prf
feridant appear atthCnext StP
Law to beW for theoun W
first Wednesday after
beard exrte,:?f:' : rtf hc -sof
u,uniuf nrs.i monaay atterthef nrh '
Moijay of March 1823, -otherwise Ia,
mit will be entererl prrvronf0!li..
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