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ShadeYofValour! Hcte ofglofy!"
- Ye who sleep in honour's bed, 'v;Vj'v'
Boast "of old -.Casfc&ian. story. -f
Your inspiring influence shed. . x ;
Bouse, ye heroes of Asturias ! ' .
"Rouse ye patriot districts all ! ;
Till one torrent vasVand furious, 4
Overwhelm, perfidious Gaul. '
' fortune virtue's cause befriending, -
Fix aright thy Varying scale i ' .
' Spain, -her dearest rights aefcnding, r
V If umteit. sliall prevail.- , " .
- ... ' - ., " '..''
- When nreWd to strike the. blow,
- Or dull caution cause ttvitovW
Triumph wUl attend the toe.
Nought can check its ardent course
- - - ' - . ' " - v - -
.. " ' ,- (,.." ,
( . .. ' ' ',y ; ,;,-.- ' .
SPANISH CH AltACTBR. ;
- In the following Sketch cr .the Spa:
nih character from the pen pf M,JiA
BonbK member of the French Cham
?nonuties.acl author of Fiwrn
Yf ai'weTecosni the elements
tt a urcit ami ncc
birth; It is ofrert stigniatizeci us pi -
- ' I : .1 W A I
cauve we are plws-d so to can a spine in
those closes in whiduw are acc.sto
id to find a base humility.. cannot
i.' rf' n'.,tltper should answer us;
thnt a peasant should retuse to sell usi
What "we wUh to buy, because he keeps .
it for hi tamily : wc arc ,
. i a . . m t r r a mi air-
iui x---" t ;
self as good as we, aim snow
c-' h., if'.i. ee in this man. instead of j
anr thine base, a native .greatn
' ori ,,f intrmnerancif. a
nCwhir.h we shouhl be incapable
to sce men ,
sublime made up ot laovn- uu "j-.
of nature andrtf heaven.
raw M Balefire Chronicle.
: There U a softenin- and mellowed
lustre; thrown by the hand of ad vers,,
tyy around the character .! fallen
greatness; peculiarly interesting , lat
tery may deceive, honor may ii.toxi-
ca(e, vice may corrupi,
may dazzle into blindness : but when
the individual who ba been thus pam
nered and idolized, is flung from Ins
iplendour, when U arcjes our
humble level, when all those who have
eulogized his gMden prospen.y, turn
their backs', and. by way of requital
abuse their benefactor; because he i
Se'to confer naore benefits wlien
hostile vengeance persecutes; and -gulls.
becaose this can.be doneMU
"ont dan-er, this is the hour in whtcn
with a torch light by
i:r. tiiivArnisheu, untie-
A. A I life! II Mill. " - '
.he ' McrfiMif-palac-pn.
ate c..rrespon.le..cc bei I
. .n,l n I he enaiess niuuirei.
tf &cta'l. natter, k.mwuj
ho c. familiar a
iti s. such re
rated and tnulliplied instances tj
Same individuals, hom the ! world
calls royal, and illustryous, by their
names," Minting out with fearless de
hr.ir virtues and their vices, un-
n .4i,:D t.tvlid(ri was derived from.:
.- t j r..::nrltr nftt tni. KiniT-"
f..ll.:.(hi. stvle of Naputeun Boiia,iarte
!lhi, peremploryi- haughty , dictaW", .
.J...A ..r th miuutc Ins. impatie ice, ;
i having ti decision olue,-
in views ol tnen anuaii Sr-": .r-Lj?.:M.--Sn'vtiMtinsr.-
' deciding characteriw wre aU these
rri . T1lno voir, ni"
1 Uf AScmeiits uot
-.patriot-zeal the brave inflaming, ...
Acts with quick volcanic force J ; :; "
- At a glorious object aWing, ..
Tlic SpanVirds prs-ss lmnU um-
wntco is i
. . . ...npnnr to tne nruxc ri
stead of that luxury - . a.iu ,...-,- L,AiviiiK" v .i i
mongst .v is not incompatible wnh poj; Qrniieg an,, ,X Ia the cause of their , . , - f.
verty : -imlifierence to the i victor.es: or defeats. No: the man! J V.hit, ; l sucha.are
of life carried to as high a. Vg hw UScd such" language was tamiijar , fa .. t wl jve dolUrs ;; rtmnth,
custcrity of the ancient r7,,cJ"! f)f ! in -the disposal of crowns .and scqi- ; , (m :u , s 01 the Work ai Lvck-cbsen-e
in ; him; 1 jKhlter I I'tresl accu onietl to victory, nursed ui j j ,M1.t.; " Fstliat Ncuse lltvcr; or to1 Robert
Ureinstirfctof theft aud dit ,f ! ; - b)Ul of Dattle, Conv,r,,ut Vith il. VV.nne, ot Ual.ii, who wdl engag,
rmpr i! e wiles and intrigues of Cbine.s ; a,l d.rec: tUctii t,
Kai'vW, a fervent taith-we irf nt!l,r words ne waS M potto iiu- KIAb
u n i. i .. k cni,!)nsea
of. the lowest crass ; ; t
surcs of solitude, s-es. intyv ""-'- i
of tfaeseveit trials, and form to them ,
.A'Ar-life at ence simple and
i ; f
1- 1 C3s ike te.l bv Uie:pe.i he' firs Monday in .r.emnor: .k;x;,
been our emotion, , J . hrS rec.'rd kh-n and there to plead to s nd peiiaou,
rusalof OMearaN Journal . :hlse tIie pei,n will be neard e-
of Ms conversations-with the.io,tr o.ner
ous Captive of St. Helefa, with e.upe- Pa;T JO. WILLIAMS, Jr.C.S.C.
r,kiU, d"kes,&c. bespeaking the; n, , .... 30 3m !
most intimatecquaintaiice Avlth their j s rATii OF NOuTH-C utOLlNA. :, I
4 : . r niii rnr u w vj i ' i
cence, afforded to a dUcauleil surgeon ,
If "the-EritW. navy, white mh;ba.qs
- i.-.unw!.lm oft. He ena r How
and Emperorson his naiui. - !yearsofage, about five tect nine or -ten in-
a'tfithmenoHf'bjtfg dark hair, blue eyes,
mnunl'far thanltistq b'tieve this longshai nose, rather dark skin, thin v
accouiu Jtn. Furlhertnore, how . , sage, slow speec and down look, has a.knot
i?one authentic-, Ur "e" , V !.onne of hs fingers, which causes it to be
hi individual, ap so uq.ce3s- ; on one ran" g j
to be imitated by a discarded -surgeon
if the navy !v And yet, O'Meara has
one nU thi, ahd much: more U Al?
work U not authentic. :These. consti-
tute pafaanxies in winii; frr
o tieve, 6t we liave4tKerefore4 no,
ilrtubtjHhatO'leara's vfork Jauthcq
vThsf fhis Book o reviewed, eulo
gized and censured, on both sides of
th -Atlantic. contVinsa" true racord
of these conversations, we bavenever
had a sinsie -Kolitay, doubt frotn the
mwnent of its first peruakJo t ue pre
sent hour. With .regard to ,.wlat has
been pubrhedbyitlie Quarterly (Ue
Vi'ewV tn cenure of the work, or .what
jb'.neara Has himself since written m l
i(s vindication, we are ignorant, nav
Irit never read the bner; the other.
Our opinion' rests,;, on, the e vwnce ,
which tlUtwork itself; "ffonls of its j
ascribed to Bonaparte, by the
writer, and compare-them with, his
own.V- Will ahy, literary igenrltMniM
risque his character "on the asserhou
that thevare-olhahe productions ot
one mind. Does O'meara's genius,
like an ' approaching and ; departing
Angel, flash oh 'and enlighten his in
tellect" to such a wonderful extent,
when he speaks in the character ot
Bonaparte, and desert him entirely
when he speaks in his own : Wbw
lame this man so intimately-acquaint-ed
in ali its details, with the whole
ranj;e of European policy ; with plans j
realized by lime, and with others U-h j
for Wlurily, with all the members or f
European Cabinets, with the benerais .
of European armies.' j : H . their present busrness,-oner ior saio
We conceive that credulity as it is Utheir atockof Goods ; Vesting of a gene
called, lies completely on; the oti.er .;, l
side of the question ; that a man must ;i Xs and others, who wish to be-sup
b'rrpdulous indeed, to refuse fin as-;! ,. , Wlth the above articles, will do well to
sent to;the autueuticuy oi ini
1 H. .UCEIJK, intor.ns
i . . . .- i
i? . and the public. thHt he- ins no
hntid an assortment of STILLS ot vai
continues to mai;e ihewi,
..'.Tii "i n:ihlpil'to furnish them of any di-
i :mMtmn :it the shortt'St notice. tl
til ,..n,.tQ those havimr ri ills1 which
; n.,l ,.tiAirj. to' favor al .'i
u oiay be
xvnr'r ' vl roi.u as possible, a- h
I .1'- in ultond totheiti so well
the season .for using the n is at liana, ana
I: he is crowded with work.
STATK-OK N O RTH-GAIt O L 1 Y. A.
j Surrv County.
Superior Coun-of L i w,
Marcn ttrm. ioj.
Hannah Bass, ) (
Petition for divorce.
Ts lac H is?.
T!' -mrif : rill IT to tllrt
satisfaction of tl
JL Coart,th u th' defend iit in this case
1 ,cirp; witbout HIS JlUl't OMISC OJ'.t .
ot tne J:a'.e
i therefore ordered n.t!e wun, -
nubl;cation be mlide in tne .i;ar .wm jvi-
i . r.. tiii-r.-. m m!'.i. that the
leizo ii'-t,3-t' ,v" .
.i:,r,n,!ont ..nnfir at the next Sn;) rior
uciouu.. . . , .. .. ; r
C.iurt of La -
v to )i )u n lo toe uiun) "
200 DOLLARS REWARD.
II El RE AS? it has been made appear to
me, that a" certain THOMAS CUltTIS,
of Anson countv, stands charged by a tun ci
indictment of the Grand Jury, witb the Mur
der of one Thomas Cash, of said county ;
..i that hp thp'R.iid Thomas Curtis, did on
the night of the 7th of February last,
his escaoe from the Jail of the aforesaid
tv tf A n;nn : ' .
Now therefore, to the end that he the said
Curtis, mav be brought t justice, the above
Ke'watsTwiflbe g.ven to auv person or per
sons, who will apprehend and confine the
said fugitive in any jail in this State, so that
he mav b'eA brought to ..justice. Aiid,,I do
moreover, hereby enjoitn ana commana au
I. tilficers, civil and military, withm this State,
to use their best endeavors to apprenenoxne
said Thomas Curtis and bring him to justice.
CURTIS is between twenty-nveanaxmriy
the left hand. , - ,u
' In testimony whereof I have caused the
-'. Great Seal of the-State to be
' seal. iicreunto affixed, and signed
V . the same at the City, of Ba--.-
- - -v . leigh, . on the 29th day of A
..pril, 1823. ,
. ;v .-: ; gabl: holmes.
t. Dy. the Governor,
32tf L. B,H
akdixv Pv Sec'y.
! ;pinting neatly executed at this Office
Hcmust conce ve o! something ificou- , Among otnev aruciea, u -.-
tle.iliU5l c v f T.cs,. Quart,!- Ctsks of Madeira, Sicily & Tcnerifte
ess of ceivawic iu u3 , v.,-v v - UMNt,:s, 0fa su,Krior quality ;' also J Pun
SOOll 1 1 el iiuwki - . - '! rheoMS . 1. IMlil, a piooi ; an ui wuigii
in-ii into the cabinets ot Kings aim 1 1 m- 1e .siiid a bargain. Apniou.
j : tuhicji a-il ..... . r..l ii miiipriiili'iill llie nm;c n i . . . ,..n.i.M
t : ... . til . . ..I . 1 -
HOI Til C , 1IILII " II v- , iP
itYW- . !1 . , ; ' '
A Utile Vi uuivtv iv. " 1' w
... . .
ekgeeding sixteen lilies inserted m
hnp nhllnr and a Half Tor half a year.' to e paid in advance buuscripuons receiveu u,y uio x
: ;( FOR SALE OR Rt, ' .
HHP. cir.V..Hmise on -Fayetteviltc SI
;X next oor above N. Harding & Cq. -
iv': . w m.. n.,n.i wv-
STATE OF NPJll AUdONAi
v WAsar"?cT05 UDU5Ti.r ,
jonn vaiKer? i
i " V. I
Jatnesf Pollard, & wire
Lrf)Vey, Uorgt;j-viitv i n ?
otA f.rrrnce CherTV. J ?
TT annears tolhe satisftrtjon oftte Court
thatMames Pollard, and witc Bovey, res.a
without thUnUs of this Statar ltisordered
that puhlication be made tlireeTnonuw in
Ualer-h itegister, that ynls " they appear
and afriwer at the Superior Cwirt of Lquiti ,
to be held for the County of Washmgton, on
the s'-coii'd Monday ih'3eptembernexi, juuSr
ment,r3 confeno, V"
; so c. &m b . c-
' , 54 Fall Term, 1822.
Timothy Freeman v: Thorny Freeman,
Jo) Wiiiblow and Harman Ilarale, li.x-
tcutors. " . r , c ...
IT T appearing to the satisfaction ot this
3 Court, that .Tuomas .Freeman is not an
inhabitant of this State : On motion, tnere
ifor?, it is ..rderert, " thn publication be
made iifthc Ral.h KrgWier f.r three
i months, " thauiless thc said -1 nomas
i FieenV iu sh-ii Uppekr-at the nexrt.ouvt
! of Equity.. tt "be ..held: tor the umy oi
G'-us at the Counliou-e in Gates, on the
: first Monday after Vhe fourth Monday jn
March next, and plead answer or de
! mur, th same will be taken. pro conlesso
i ... n t.i.t. at,, I hi'.ird xoarte. '
TMilM V. SUMNEK. U. m. xu.
June 1. 1823:
SELLING OFF AT COST.
T 1IAlti)lNii &,co. desirous; of closing
,100 DOLLARS REWARD.
AN AWAY from the subscriber's
liL iManiation in Chesterfield District,
'S lath-Cnrolina. early ast aurumn, two
Nesro Xlcu,CHA:ti-iianu mii.
Cha; Ls is df ordinary size, well made,
veil w coinpktcu.tn, reuiarkably. intelli-
I fenf, speaks cputv, iij-u. wniui
.,;,ile was puncuaseu m neauion coun-
ty. Bdl'rtbscoudd with him, is about 20
lor" 25 years of age, is low, and has a scar
j I believe on on of tiisfcheeks, perhaps a
1 scar oirnis ucau ; ,w,,,k'u
f yelio.v c;:n)kctioo. anclDeats on ineorum
! t,rfer bly well, rhit w as purchased in the
I ntfiiibr!iond of Snowhill. . I '
i Charles may pes haps attempt to pass
' liiu.He'lf as a free man. m
I Ttu- above f :.ward will be given. to any
! pers n who wiU return their, to my plan
tation ; or tialf t -.e above re wnrtj will be
' rivn o" a: iv person who will secure them
in J.il,.or in .proportion mrcimci ui uicm
nn.-l f-ve mt; iutor-'-'atipn.
PLEASANT H. MAY.
March 10. tf
i .1 j I lie liUUUrs ui tii v i-.fa-.
, Hnl fcewoerii venun;ii I,1C "
, ,MS ,-t tne aoove uuiu o.uci
i ...! n thr mpiti fiuie forward their pa-
and in the me ui titfie torwarci tneir pa-
pers to me at Statesburg. C;
i ' 7 '
STATE OF NORTH-CAROLINA.
May Sessions, A. D. 1823.
Th Executors of Leroyl Original at
Holcomb, , ! tachroent.
vs, "., phraim Hough
Allen Case. ( summoned as
1 V. rntii.f'-jrtinn r f Hp
u B .1 appeal tug iu un-
t S .Court, that the delenoani aas aouuu
nr sn conceals him self, that th
; " -
of law cannot be served 'on
k;,yi r is t heretore nraereu jy tuc vui v,
that publication" be made in the Raleigh
Ucgifrte'r for three months, that the de
fendant appear at the next uourtoi rieas
and Qu trter bessions to oe ueia ior uic
County of Sirry, at the Courthouse m
Rockford, on the secona ivionuay in au
renlevv'and nlead, otherwise.
iadgment wilt be rendered against him for
tne amount oi iuamuu . wanui
of suit. 'i j.
Test. JO. WILLlAMb, C. W
Jane 1. - lr adv. 54,50
SfATE OP NORTH-CAROLINA.
Mav Sessions. A. D. 1823.
Original attachment. Levi
ed on 240 acres of land as
the property of defendants
on Graces Creek, adjoin
ing Jeremiah Glen & others.
IT appearing to the satisiaction oi me -;
that the defendant has removed himself;
without the limits of the State j it is there-,
fore ordered by the Court, that publication
be made .in the Raleigh Register; for .three,
months. thaCthe defendant appear at-, .the
next Court of Pleas? and' Quarter Sessions, to
h.. hel: Forthe Countv of Surry, at the Court
house in Rockford, on the second Monday
renlevv and Dleacu other-
j wise judgment will be rendered against him,
f for the imount'of plaintiff's daim, with costs
of suit. , ...
Test. JO. W1LLLV3JS, Cs C.
, 38pr. adv. g5"25
i ; call. - -
'I . I '. a" 1 4-Vi. nmy n a A iiiir
norrirnn: to nrXWP 71 riV Tn.QT?P 7T fZJ! T.
... i-.:. j
paia in auvaiice ouuauripuuua - ;;- - -- iM0.a
for Half a DoUaraad tor a QuaiTCr ever
the Town of Hillsborough, on fecommo-
finished House. Tjleasantlv situated, on a high
Impreil ot, cOntainihig; evry
' June 3-v' J:-'-i;-- - Ja Dt
FAYETTEVILi'lJ - ACAPEMY. j :. ;
fin HIS" Institution now affords advantages
IX equal to anV,in the Southern States, ber
ing conducted tfpwvthe most approved prin
ciples; and provided with superior Teachers
in every branch of tlseful and Ornamental
Education -This, with its healthy: situatiqn
and moderate charges! for. Board and Tuition,
must insure it a liberal patronage. The
: strictest attention willjbe paid to. the conduct
arid morals of those attendi :ig It;
Female Department, conducted by Mrs: lla
t "milton with Assistant Teachers.
Uudiments, per quarter,
Weadmsr and'AVritini? u
English GriniTnar, iAncient and Mo-.
dern (leograjdiy with the Use of . '
the Maps and Globe?, History, -'
Chronology, Mythology, Hhctonc,
Belles Letters, Composition, Natu-
ral Philosophy, Botany with Plain
and Ornamental Needle Work. o .
Music, taught by Mailame Villa,' in the best
y ' Italian style. :
Per ann. taught in the Academy, $60, or $20
jer quarter ' ,
Per ann. taught out of the Academy, $100
- per quarter. $25. - ; ' . : .:
Draioi?ig, Paiiitingtand the French Language,
taught by M. Liusing a native of France.
Drawing and Painting, per quarter $6
French ; , ' l. - ?
Classical Department, under Dr. G. Davis 6
': ) . . tuition. .
The Latin and Greefc Language,
Natural and Moral Philosophy, Lo- r
- gic, Astronomy, Mathematics, Geo
metry and Algebra,
English Male Department.
Heading; Writing, Arithmetic, Eng
' lish Grammar, Ancient and Modern
Geography with the se of the
Maps and O tones,
Pens and Ink provided the Students with
charge, A tax of 25 cents each Student
wood. Water, &c.f ' ' ; .
Board, including all tne above Krancnes
except MumC,' $35. per quarter payable in
For the satisfaction of Parents & Guardians
the following Gentlemen may be referred iov
J. A. Cambbos, Esq. Prest. of the School
1tevd R. It. Mouhisox.
; April 30; 1823.
VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND ,
FJ0R SALE. i
V virtue of a" Deed of Trust executed to;
& me bv SLimuel Hobson, bearing date the
20th day of January, 1819, and duly register
ed in Rockingham county ; and by. vir
tue of a Decree of the Court of Equity for
Caswell County, made at May Term, 1823,
in a cause wherein Thomas Ruffin and James
it unffin. F.tecutors of Sterling: Ruffin, de
ceased, and mvselt arp CompKmants, and
Samuel Hobson, Samuel Hill, Charles MilK
and others, are. Defendants, I shall, on the
last Wednesday of .lulv, 1823, on the premi
ses, sell to the highest bidder, for ready mo
ney, at public auction, the Tract j of Land
whereon Samuel Hobson resides, m Rock
ingham Countv : The Tract contains, accord-in-to
the deeds, 1S28 acres, more or less,
or,'ri a s'ltiite on botb sides of Lickfork
Creek. There is a'ccisiderable quantity of
excellent Creek Lo i-.ground, probAbly trora
nntni in arms a fine olantation is cleared
on the Tract, se rficicnt fcr the working of
15 or 13 hands, though much the larger part
is in wood, fit for the cumvwton oi
r.r. nnA oil ntlior tinds of i?raini Taken
this U-rne of the most! valuable
.ctotPQ r.fT Tinn liivev. in the County, and
cl.l in 1818. fur Twenty Thousand Dol-
the "Decree. Cant. Hob-
.mn ;c -inVtnin rn5?f?ion until the jtn oi
lWember next, when thev purchaser is to be
it ihtn the full eniovment : but in the mean
enter at all times,
WV IllJVI W V- w- - -
r. . lO'fK r rnt'mhr. to SOW. Small
aiici- ms ivui i' . - .
grain. A conveyance will' be made by the
rWoKi. in ffti simnle. witli special War
ranty, though no doubt is entertained of the
title, as the sale i made by consent of the
persons interested ; and Captain Hobson is
likewise to convey with general warranty.
f -i RICHARD W..MICHATJX, j
May If). Trustee andCommis'nr.
N. B. If the subscriber should not person
ally attend to make the said sale, it wdLbe
conducted by Andrew-Harrison, Esquire, the
Clerk and Master of the Court of Equity ior
Caswell County, who is appointed a Commis
sioner by the Court for that purpose.
1- - r: W. MICHAUX,
Trustee and Com.
I assent to this sale, and, will convey to the
purchaser as stated above.-' X
. ) SAMUEL HOBSON.
FURTHER ALE OF LAND. ;
wrrupxr Vhe sales of Cant. Hobson s
W .r,n.ntv nhnve advertised. shall be
noA th. Subscribers, as Executors of
the will of Sterling Ruffin. dec d, will at
the'same day and place, offer fof S lie the
mr Vttkhle Tract of Land . owned by
tUeir Testator, on Dan Rivers in Rock
ineham County. It adjoins the lands of
Mr. Broadnax, Messrs. Yancey and Be
thel, and others, and extends along the
River for more than a mile. It contains
about one thousand acres of land, includ
ing upwards of t wo hundred acres ol
Hfimp River bottom, which is equal to
any land in the County for fertility and
convenience, and is in good order for. cul-
tivation. The low grounds nave oecu u..
der lease for several year past upon .a
rent equal to five hundred dollars. ;
The terms will be made known on the
day of sale : but it is expected a creuit
it i !rA t.rv wears: UDOn
Will UC glVCIl Ul UUC J'-"- .r '-.
satisfactory pe rsonalsecur ity and a deed
of trust on the premises. V :-'tJ T.
- . JAMES H! UUFFIN ;
ExVs of Sterling Ruffin, deed.
May 19, 1823;
-J It.a TlnintaPS anfl IlV
. . . $yJ. Gale U Son, It
- tfor 2 of Keports of Cases of the s.
Courtof N6rthCarolina- decided' Tt
Jdne lp. .r U' ' - "
". ?r ; H A TEACHER '.;
ANTED immedutelv, to take eL
of theiMale ; Dcnarrm'ent ofth
Academy; None need apply, but such
can come well recommended! a
- Likewise a Ladv tolupermtend the f
male Department: Application bv letter
otherwise, will meet wsth attention ' ?
Lnneldv'IlaTrfax county, N. C.
.-. June 6, 1323. y. . t f 5 38 3t
" VALUABLE LAND FOR SAUT" v
' . In the vicinity of fcaletgh. '
1 Tract of Land containing 1834 acr
xIl about nine milei from' the Ci iy, lyini
on Swift and Wjlliams's Creeks ou Uie
Road deading to Haywood, formerly cv
cupied by Joseph Lane, jun. and at pre.
sent in possession of T. IL. West. Uu
believed that for soil, beauty.and hcalthj.
ress of situjriUbo, it is scarcely eqaaHcsJ
by, any Plantation in this J)arl of the coun
tryl A considerable portion of this Land
is fine lows Ground, and the high land is
tertile and very well timbered. A better
Range for Cattle and Hogs is no where to
be 'found. ; There are considerable Io.
pro.vemen.t4!;good t)rchards, aGrist-MiU
&c, and fiie Springs. ''
Apply to; J. Gales, in Raleigh, or toT,
L; ks;, qp'the premises."-
With the -above Tract of Land mav h I
had 300 Acres of Pine Land, ih the vicil '
nitv - :"&''. . ,;:' Janunrv 15
TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS REWAiffl'
" ' ' l "' . . ..
RAN AWAY from the subscriber, about
the first of .March last; the following I
' One Negro Man named HARRY,: 3!) or 33
years of age, about 5 feet 6 inches high
tolerably dark, has a considerable impedj.
ment in his Speech, has several scars on his ..
head which msiy be. found on examiivition
He wore off a white wool hat, his other cloth
ing Ldo not so well recollect, but it is pro-
bable he has changed tnem betorenow. I
pUrcbased said Harry of John Cheek of
. Warren county,' N. C. It is highly probabb
ie aim tor Southampton, v a. as 1 am in.
formed that he, hasrelatkns in said county
which have been &et free by some of the '
Mvrick's j or he may take up on the Roar..
oke and try. to get employment aa a freeman,
being a good Sawyer, Ditcher, and can njaU
a tolerable good Shoe ' .
Also one Negro Voman named Mary, 25
or 27 years oif age, 'nearly as tall as Uarry;
yellow complected, a very nice looking wo.
man,;canluse the needle very well, and is
an excellent: spinner, and remarkably fond
of smoking the pipe I purchased said Mary
of Benj. Bell of Edgecorob county, N. C;
They went ofiTman and wife and no doubt
continue, together yet. Any person delim.
ing said negroes or cither of them to me in
Nash county, N. C. or who shall apprehei d
and confine them in ariyj Jail so that I get
them, shall rebeive the above , reward and
.; . 1 I.
, June 6.
' STATE bF NORTH-CAROLINA. '
, Surry Qounty. '.:.
May Sessions A. i). 1823.
Thomas & Wife,.") ' Petition to reprove the
vs. H Cwill of Wm. . Mordant
John Moreland. j deceased.
JAMES MOREL AND, Isaac Morelanl,
Thomas Holliman i and Nancy his wife,
George Sweai and Betsv his wife, Jacob
Douthel and Polly his wife, Franeis-Morclan
Thomas, Nancy and Joseph Moreland, chil
dren and heirsj of Joseph Moreland ; ,
children of Joljn Moreland; , childrea
and heirs of James Moreland . eM'
dreh of Thomas Holliman and Mncy bis
I Wije . - f- cnimren ano uci;. v. a-
Sweat and Betsy his wite ; cimy..
and heirs Sof'Jabob Douthel, and Joanna anJ
, children and hesrs ot irancis w
JfT appearing to the satisfaction of the Court
JL that John' Moreland and his heirs at U,
1 - i , i i ,rH hi-lrl
James Moirelano: ami nis cniiuri '
at law, Thomas Holliman ana ms
and heirs at hiw, George Sweat and Bkg
and his children and heirs , at law, are mu
tants of anothfc'r State ; it is ordered bv ue
Court, that publication be made tots
in the Raleigh Register, that they or thetf
(kiardians appear at our next ,w
and Quarter Sessions to oe ucu..
County of Surry -at theCourt-Honse in
ford, on the' second Monday in August nexj
then and there to object to-tte wpnj--said
Wm. Moreland's will, othervrise tge
tition will be taken pro confesso au
tliem. 1 .a r r.
Test. JO: WILLIE?, v. --
38 pr. adv. g4 50 j.
THE LATE CAPT.-BENJAMIN WABD,
f a i
i.i . rnf Bin"
raHlS is to give iou, - is
B , ixr..Vf Warren tnOI)
ju.janim ?y. I Vriirt of r4'
deadj- and that ' cwr
and Quarter sessions nciu u j t
said deceased was granteo to jf
(IlOUUl, AUUIIIIUV 'imv -
ber : thisistnereioic - 4e.
sons having claims a?a lst Jnihc
ceased to bring them 7"ltf g.-'
time required b law, lawfully and 5;i
larlv auJhenticated for Pent, r
barrier w .
, ahd those indebted t to . the ne
red tomake immediate paf.
I will observe that as "- he eti e
a(rP and wish their portion ot fl t
a? soon as they can get ;twiil ,e.
disposed to era
pruuei.it ror uioc
inde ed w --- te-
.. vneci y
or uiey oftccr-
K.r hP Sheritt or out- -i
particularly those; ?,
time, as tnerc i wiaJ u? -
due the estate. nd 1 lsa.l. . "
estates 8tira:posp, RYA5.
Warren County.. Jun? l,
be haJ 3'.
Blanks of all kimN niar
: . ; this oluce.
every Post-Master in the Stak
nnpfl in DronoiuOH
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