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?u 'U u f a irrit ofvmi u»>u to uedincM. trill U exposed to i Public Sale. A ."! k mi - , • I Olii'i tiu,.a Hundred, on Saturday, the «il. Hay of J'.ae next, at two o clock, P. M. 1 it following described lUal Kstate, ( to *«' : ) AÜ tlu* plantation or tract vt landNUuetein the bui.env itjie«»id, and county of New Castle, bnun-iKi by lands now ol Richard lopham, formerly of Levi Starky, lands ia>e of John ,'l«cc.«d, mid Mary l,i. wife, .ml by* land« :*te of William Robinaoa deceased, by the W>Islington and Christiana Turnpike road on the south, and on the north by the Wilming ton und Lançante» »' 'urnpikr road -, with a large and comm- iioua 2 st«ry stone dwelling house, made of the best «Menais and tinned in the best manner, with a piasa in front; a large atone ban», with »tabling underneath, stone tenant! house, s'one soring house, and other neeeasary out buildings therein» erected, containing 86 j S, he the same more or less; a good propor-also tion of which is well covered with timber. f.rm I,located wiihin ball» mile of the Borough of Wilmington, .ml wltbm 3J mile, of the Brandywine Cnalybeate Si,ring.. The land in a high .late of coltindon, and under cedar fence. The dwelling ia titoatad on .commanding, prt.np.ctm r e. of the t hri.liana St Dolawam rive, a d the Bo rough or WUmingtm, and fionting the main pnsi road Iront Philadelphia to Ueltimoret which] ndv intagea render it a tleairable aituation toj any person wishing to reahmaome capital, or relire to a country seat, gelled md taken in execution M the prnperty of Joseph Robinson, daceanetl. a .1» be sold by William Herdmnn, Sli'ff. Ne» Cs. r M.v 1" 18J0 - War, $400 REWARD. U » NAWAY from dndgeville, Sussex on Saturday night, I he 8 h of May inat called WILLI AM, who is a hscrihcr, u loi' lf'elâ "ly, s' two negroes, bout twentyyears of age, about five feet eight or »due inches high, rather black, straight and trim made, has rather a sharp voice, and a down look when spoken to, no marks or »curs recollected; took m ith him a blue cloth coat, a white fur hat, a pair of blue casaimrre panta lons, and other clothing not recollected. ALo JACOB, about seventeen or eighteen years of age, about five feet four or five inches high, bis complexion rather light, has one tooth his eye tooth.hu toe next to his largest toe is off at the first joint, occasioned by drop, piog u stick of wood on it ffe took away with him, a wool hat and a moss coloured ker sey jacket and other clot lies The above re ward will be given for said negroes, if taken up and secured out of the state of Delaware, so that I get them: aud seventy-five debars if sken and secured in thu State. One half of the above «rd wi'l be given for either of said negrors ff taken up and secured smhat I get them again. lease Eccles. - u| May 21—4w $50 REWARD. B AN AW AY from »ho subscriber, living j shout five miles be»«w New-Cast le, county, a black boy named F AUK DENNIS— Re is about 25 years ol age, abotit five feet, five er »ix inches high, luck act, «hick lips, ascar«*n his forehead occaatoned by kick of a horse, a finger on one of hia hands off* at the first joint with a nail on the end of»,, bis left arm recently broke, by a cart runnin„ over .it. He had on when he went away an 1 drab coloured cloth coat, grey trowoers. kc white fur hat pretty well worn. He is supposed to have gone to Fhiltdelpbia or toward» Went in this look and ■ The above reward will be given for his ap prehension, and the tecuiing him in any jail so get him again, together with reasoe able charges if brought home. Samuel M'MaUen. th»» I May 31—3mp PBDIOREE. 8ire, Sir Archy; dam Misa Hyland, bv Grac chus, grand dam Duett, by Silver Tail, a full bred son of Cloekfast; great grand dam Vanity, by Geler, the best son of old Janus-, great great grand dam bv Mark Anthony, the best son of old Partner! lie the best son of old Traveller, of Selima by the Godolphin Arabian; great fire»t great grand dam by Jolly Ilodger. Sir Archy and Gracchus were got hy the im ported Horae Diomed, bred by Sir C. Burnbury, got by Floricel; the beat ton ol King Herod, hia dam by Spectator, grand dam hy Horatio, by Blank, a son of Godolphin Aratnnn g. grand dam by Childers; g. g. grand dam Miss Belvotr, by Grey Grantham; g. g g. grand dam bv Pa get Turk, g- R. g. g.grand dam Betty Percival, by Leede's Arabian. It Ï1V TIO ..rîffl.s'sÆÂjÂSÂa;r. Monday Tuevlav and Wednesday and at FMJ.oil'fl.TdW.jHa'rcUtJ-rnor'.'S^Thurid.y, Friday, aofl till Saturday -venin, in e.ch week, When he -ill velum to Newark, and an on. du ling the aea, on. The conditions are, any per BîSSJîrÂWiî SSSSSS'ASW.M l*e"ÄMar« noting Zl Zt i^fatflw^'lesUmony "of The"'^..'^'«."« their note wilhi/aim day. after i. i. due, .therwBe if neglected longer than the time apecified, it mint be paid V N. B —For the .ccLmodation ofthce .ho wish to put Mare, hy the «ogle leap, to ria. An, peraon putting a Mare fo RInaldo by the •ingle leap most pay ten dollars at the time of «tvering. lihojd the m.re want the horm again, the owner by paying five dollar, more Will be entitled lothe retminderorthe ^a.on, •r mav have the mare in*» ed bv «rivina* a note for ÎÜÎ dollars^ and comping wuh th^ above SLffitioni V1 8 TmU_ U,,*.w1w..wu Jotm Herdm&S* THE THOROUGH BRED HORSE RUYALDO IS a splendid descendent of Sir .Archy, the sire of the most distinguished running Horse* of the South, and «I ?75 the seakon. RINALDO was bred by the Hon. John Ran dolph of Roanoke, (Va.) and is not excelled by any other Horse in the country, in his Pedi gree, or it; his limbs, figure, bone, sinew and action. at 26 years old, covers ?nnh»tk ThE NOTKD THOROUGH to i llRED Vt HI HORSE ; ■*** mrs atapn »uawuui, the Brli ^ CoL Rk , Mri singleton, o/S. CnroltM, M. WILL stand at Uie Stable of 8amuel Jefier : ) * 0 n, in 8t. George*, on Monday, Tuesday and the Wednesday, in each week, and the remainder t ,f the week at the stable of Nathaniel Coving ton, in Middletown, during the aeason. ****»«*«« by* BUZZARD, by 18 a silver grey, full 16 hands high, and is not excelled by any horse in hit Pedigree, or in his figure, limbs, bone, sinew or action; he i« * »ure foal getter, and hit Colts, for beauty, aiw* and spirit surpassed by none. the Pedigree. South Carolina, Sumpter District. i do hereby certify hat the grey horse Hue sard, now the property of John Adamson, B«q j is out of my imported mare Psyche, his ••re, propor-also bred by me and gölten by the i»por»ed Thisiho.ee Buzzard, out of K my favorite and celebi a tell mere Patltlota by Hell-Alrol Virginie, (more the celebrated than any non. of hi. day.) tier tl.m i.|by Snldier, grand Jam by imported o!c»r,grcal good,grand dam by Merry Tom, great great gtand anjd.m by imparted Crawford,great great great of grand dam by imported Silver Kye, Pendora purcliascd by the late Col. Riehanl Bland, ol Jordan., from the late Col. Alexander Bolling, of V irginia, and cateemed by him one of the toj best bred marc»: Buzrird'a dam Pacyhe.waa im or ported bv Gen. John McPheraon.bred by lord in lterby atid gotten by Sir Peter Teazle in Eng. lat.d. Given under my hand thia 30th day ul March, 18J4. Bi B n.d iuchivro singleton. From the general Stud Hook. Imprtried Buzzard was siredtiy Woodpecker, bis dim by Dux, grand dam by Snap', grcai grand dam by ltegulua, great great grand dam by liartlett'a Chihlers, great gfe.t great grand dam by IToneywootls Arabian, True Blue'adam —Woodpecker by King Herod,dam Mias Kami . of Godolphin Ara bisn,) grand dam by Lord Lansdale's Arabian, great grand dam by Bay Bottom, great greal grand.lam by U.lley'a Arabian, great great great grand dam by the Hyetly' fork, great OlDT«fh"LroW.Â^.Ïbv W MM he the best .on of Cadet Boa's dam Duché« by White Nose. Sir Peter Teazle by Highflyer dam Papellon by Snap, a full sister' to Aramin. ,1a the Jam ofimportid Medlev-H.ghflyer by old King Herod, the two best horses of their kôf by^Lor^Grosvenor*a'Gimcrsck[ Ur wlnB^oovI s'SäsE« - " - Buzzard's pedigree can be traced in the Eng li»b stud book, many générations further buck, but enough is shown that a purer, or higher bred horse is not in the country, having descen ded from the giuia and South Carolina, and goes directly back in all his crosses to the most approved blood of England, particularly that of King flerod, Cade, Cripple, Kegulus, Ma'chein, Highflyer, Sir Peler Teazle, Limerick, and of the Darlcy and Codolphin Arabians he partakes than a dozen différant crosses. paid for Buzzard at Chariest on, South Carolina, when brought to Philadelphia. a den by Cade, (the best a a so valuable stock of Vir of 1600 Dollars Cssh TERMS. R5 cash the single leap, $8 the aeuou if paid by the first of August, if not then paid $10 will he required, -md 12 dollars to insure, it paid when ascertained the mare is in foal, if then paid 14 'dollars will be req Ferst, os parting with insured Mares b.-fi is known they are in foal, mv ranc»- price l'a*» mage kc. provided for Mareo,and every attention paid them, but all accidents at the mk uf the owners- The seas«,,, will commence the 10th of April, a»ul end on the 1st of August. Edward T. Magsey. Reference*.— Mr. Isaac Clement, Buck Tav ern, Mr. John Clement, Chesapeake City, Manuel F.yre, Eaq. Pniladelphia, Mr. Aaron Clemen , d ». and Mr. Michael Ncwbotd, do. mred. pay the insj so Apr«l 23—2m REGISTER'S OFFICE, jVnc-Catlle County, May nth, 1830. T Ti'ON applico'ion of Penelope Pay, Ezccu* 1J trixof James H.y.Ute of Wl'i'eClayCreo» ta ORDERED !ôd°biî^*K l ^u eC n ! ' £•'SF " 1 Ä'« g ;.mr. 7 e „p f „i ,, r h r«;i* MiÄitÜüfu "Ä lin * * h *^r causing advertisements to be posted within ^nta^ y ?n f S!*of h th^«L?Ä , , countv^rpnoivinJ n M T°* 1 P* acc '* of Su i?,î P' r, °"l ba,l ?ï demand. &-ftRSAÇ*î?Â s,:,e' : r f Ztti'IîrtÂ the same period in the Delaware Journal anti the nH«»ra^ at Wilmington, aud to be continued in aaid Newspapers for the space of six weeks of .... „ P , ... . oranfe* under the hand and 8eal ifllfLwr' °î u *" ce '>Dhe Register aforesaid, »ASP 1,1 J »" Newcastle YCÜ fi coun, )f •*><*•**• the day and, 'rffiF- > e » r » bove «ritten. EVAN H. THOMAS, Re»'r. ———- . VJA'PTflP T .J, Subscriber having on the 91st day of ^prtl last obtained Letters Testamentary upon ,he of James Ray, late of White Clay Creek Hundred, In the Co«inty ■ f New Castle, , Â , ^ÂS''ÂÂ at day of April next, ensuing, or abide by the ^ mbl f •» —» «« -I. -d P«„ ,K » et » Penelope R ay, Ex VX. By her Allume, in Fact, ENOCH I'tOUBKTS. "" i-- _S5; StTOïüfllEo A j-»!«!« «" «V ! "* -""■»« d > * d « h , u " d td - "«• ' " f Uela.'.re 'ire rl ïr'„' I P r î T r "',' n'"~ Jn,\ " 1" n m m. i d . w m l >c tndebterl to the aatd eftate are ? ffta*!— * " a ®" nlb " fr0 " ,be da " h « re " f - John C. Jolies, of Tanjir H Inure .. ...... .... f . ■ •**»»«""«»'• B«ol I« ojlnme lone,, dee d . N ' b Tr a £îrÏÏ!!i?!!, # .!!îï » 'L-'Inl" "J flour ' Wl " P' e * ie *PPv M t h e J a rm °* fh« «»id ,s t a0 , J ° fi n f, 8 ' ^ who is fully authorized to supply the same upon ,be ,no,t Waaonabl« and liberal terma; and all orders will be thankfully received and ponottuny Rttcudcd to. fçb. 2-tf Di\mns. r» K nfMmvrnn oarm ot ramyina, ! Smyrna .«/oyG, 1830. riKlR Director. ofth.Bank of Snyrn., e *• <i"» <i«y e«.i.,ej. d»uiewi ior ,t,<- i..t 16 month., Mttw r.t. of «> per ccm. year. The urne will by payable on or .tier the 13tt> instant. And the Directors of the Commercial Dunk of Delaware hare made a dividend of stock of fifty cents per share, which will be paid to the stockholders or «heir legal repre tentatives, at 8myrna or Milford, as the mavbe n»Tbe, is | t| 1P r - R „ n r KafnfP J " | l J 1 ® C * 8 .® ® l V*?»* . , 1 , WILLIAM WOOD, late of Kent county, de coascd.whndted mteatate, upon the eppl.cation aistemSwiflhm Start *kra* îf'îïîck Creek jJJJJJJ®, iSjJ ,, 2 l ! V* wtmnÄ«?!^i*diDS!?MuS fhe t hV"t Jemh ôV 1? 1B30 L .!!* Jïi j Cn V*^™*?** b y the courtt hat Mary Jones jj,"*, J" . fcllen ê l i ' '"Î Jon„, ohddren of ! "' d - be , a " d ÎÎV'Ï f J , V ?' ,1,' t,,n" n wôo I itll. in „'iT,,'!" ! nd " ntl , ap ' ^ c "" n of , Kc "' coul,, y „„ w^'A, d Si.V"j"' r", T d da,, r f J> ,, , . L.'i 10,11' ™ «'"^ lolhe üü.iè' . i Wood and . Samuel Miller, succès, „f «'ll 01 tll<l U f al , ts : L* t?,,'! 'f,"* "'"[am Wood ,iecra , ed.»h | ch baa been vali'eil .ntl.;,pr.istd to the turn ol hind^H .'S „ « U,r, 'ÜÜÜ^.'i"* " no „"X" 1 a î d "« aerea. N one hundredaqn.re »aid according taUi# form ofti «etnuh *nl* ml XSïïSiï c fill" A nd it ia ordered i ih* e ^ \ ■ i,Vj be a«vid 'Jï* JamcsJonea Kiln i*i M " r* J |h e *' ' ' Jonrs ÏZZfK»; ilî/.To tT" livered,i,^A m iL..3 ^ n l Ani) j a , nea I er , Mar> ' wdh whom ! ^ ^ , Téder B„To. J ' b y be,n ï™" 'X*£ ^wenty one year. , .^ h.vtng -M William wKd LmiïîÂ a ™ , . ^ " " py ô" K Ml ' xes ' m ' " eck '' ™ h |is h ed «T. M'ET' ,* n '' , r >P a l« !r P ", "ft*,? 1 *,?, W»»l»tngl»n. (for SMe^hHrtld ta «*!""*■ f ,ir * b ' nubfic.lio n thereof r ' J * iny time after the 18th inst. By Order. a. H. Hodsoo, Ctuhier. May 11—In, of the the I certify, that the above, is copy ot th. rul. ft Uw » Orphans' Court of Kent County made in the case therein tioned. !'■ testimony whereof, I have caused the seal of the said Court to he hrreuiuo affixed. J. L. Harper, Clerk. May 11— 6« wmamu I AHE Copartnership tu« . der the firm of HICE dissolved by mutual consent, on the 25th of March lost. All persons indebted to »he firm, requested to come forward and make im mediate payment, to ri toforc Kir & BLANDY, isting mi HENRY HICKS, Where the Uooki, note-, and accounts, are left for adjust ment. WBSmS ISM CLate of the Ft Dicks and D.'andy,) R ESPECTFULLY informs his friends und the public generally, that he still contin door above recently occupied by Jambs A. Scaukh, where he intends keeping a general assortment of x FOREIGN m DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, In addition to his former stock lie ha* just received a variety of Goods suitable for the present aeason, among which are the following articles, v z t Supet blue, black, brown, green,olive k mixed Cloths, the business the former stand, the ho» No. 108, j 0 io do ,l„ an.l dr.b C««.im.ros d0 do d '' *> 8t,cHrlei Utli«Clolh^ v — a £ä*'"' ° f ^ ^ t ™ b Blackfgreen and »bile Italian Crape., Canton and Nankin . do* * Cra P c »elyon, Barrage and Batiste, Bombazines, Bnmbazetts k Norwich Crapea, „| ue ,„ d 7e | low N.nkcen., P Pru " e,, '* "" l,a " ^"1!». *«'<»*« H.p. Flwnce^ an î Safsnetts, ® ,r 'P e S,,k * ^* n,u . a 8 ® ,l ' n and belt Ribbons, i "5*" «T Ä b ' nd, T * ntl b ^ c . k 8i,k Hdk * ft * Ladies k gentlemens silk wonted k cot« New style Cravats and Cravat stiffeners, Irish Linens, long lawns aud liacn Cambrics, 6-8 and 10-* 1 able l.inen, KuHHia Diaper and Crash, Pan.Ud Muslim, new style, Water'd and plain Chintzes, Dark and light Calicoe'<, Dimities k Jaconetts, Cambric and demi Cambric Muslins, Figured and plain awiaa book and mull muslins, Piaio bobinet», thread and bobinct laces, Lace und gauze V«ibx Grenadine »nd gauze Scarfe and ridk'fs. New style tinbo*sed Crape i iS. , t5a5E.ï} Stiper gilt oat and vest Buttons, ^ ÄÄft" . ri.r .TJi r , d £l , f*' -it , • LUEÄll 0 'SSfcÄ' tfaîS ,,le ' S, S&tifSSfSraa. « "g'*" ^ ~~rtmAt of Such ble.ch.J and' hr "„"I'hining, ,„ d 3h«'inga,'lome.tie Find, bloc olive a.nl drab FI , '' b „ , gOord-, Cheek., Stnp.a, T.cking.,!tc. with a new and handsome assortment of i-aner am I Bordering. P Ju« r eeaim d about Î00 lb.. be.t lire gee.e FEATHERS. » • "* ff ril,e ' u ' * or P* Ht f»vours, respectfully aoheti eeontmu.oc, ofthepatrnn.ge «, llher I, be.to.edIon the firm, he ...ure. the public """""K"" hi. part .hall be wanting to ensure general satisfaction. a N - B .-ROBERT DLANDY, has taken a Store No 339, corner of Market and Ninth its, Phils, where be will be hannv to ace and serve hit fiiend. in the Dry Goods fine iau*t rcticngWc terras. Hoar do, do » b ■ April sr— it SHERIFF'S OFFICE. ,, . ., , taSllB littUBW. ™ bo« citizens,—a. the time is ap pmic1linK „|, e „ wi || ,„...11,,! „„on to ,r eCl t,u,, *hlc person to fill the Office uf Sheriff fo : thec ' ,8uiü « Term * 1 beg leave toy«« 1, considère» ion as a candidate for that r>'«=*»N'"K myoelf, a, the aam.. time, to abide by any mode ol nomination that may he *<!<>l>'vd by Jhe J«tk»,„ par,»., th.it l com, ' y a, ' d ahouitl I he 10 fortunate M t0 be your choice, I can only f.ay that mv u» m ""' **enimw shall be used in the faithful K.discharge of the duties ol the Office, with doe reject yours. Ac. Henry Vining. To the Electors of Ne to Castle County. Fatiow CmaBRs:—Having been solicited by a number of my Iriends, 1 offer myself a candidate fur the otfica of induced to 8HHRXr2* Of this County, for the ensuing term. A knowledge of mj claims to the office, and abi. liiy to execute it, resta with my feliow-citi sens, who I have full confidence will appreci ate each. I feel it a dulv to say, that 1 cheerfully concur in, and sustain the Jackson Bepublican nomination. will JoLn Wiley. New Curio May 13. 1830 SHERIFF'S OFFICE. To the Electors of J\Tew Castle County. FELLOW CITIZENS—I offer myself to your consideration for the office of SIIEKIFF, ai ensuing General Election. Should I fortunate at to be the the < of your choice, promise iv that the duties of the office shall he faithfully performed, without prejudice or partiality. At the same time J pledge myselt to abide by such rules and reg ulations as may be adopted by the Jackson lie publicans of the County, at their nunl meeting. all that C. Vanilegrift. St. Georges, January 15. SHERIFF'S OFFICE. To i'i\e Electors of ^few oiler To the EVecxuTs oï Castle County. T IIË SUBSCRIBER, mcuurag^d hy hi* friends to offer iiimselt as a candidate foi the office of SHERIFF, Elect. the ensuing General ", * n( J grateful for the friendship «how», a former occasion, once more respect fully solicit* your suff rage, in case »«e should . * co . n * ld t red »««hy «*' 'he Com,tv Nomina l'"": h îï b 'ï ,,l î* b'.*' 1 »""*- * himself to abide the decision of the Jitcksor. party on that subject; and should hebe the choice of his fellow citizens, und succeed to the office, the duties thereof will be pc« formed according to the best uf hi* abilities, with ,h dehly and as the law directs. George Houston, St. Georges Hundred. him January 26, 1830. Sheriffalty. T HE SUBSCRIBER beg» leave agtin to offer himself to the citizens of New Castle County, for (be office of SFERIPr, To he chosen in October next; assuring them that incase he shall be the object of their choice, his best exertions ahull be employed to perform the duties of the office with fidelity, and pledging himself to abide hy the decision of the County meeting of the Jackson party for the nomination of a ticket. Alexander Porter. Wilmington, Pe'h. 19. To the electors of J\'ew Castle L'ounlii. FELLOW CITIZENS—Permit me 10 .obmit tTOE",!?J' 0 i«r "ntideretion for the office ot SfIF.RIFT of New Castle Countv, at the next General Election. 8hou!d I be the successful candidate, I pledge myself to discharge the du ties ol the office with fidelity nnd impartiality; and I alho pledge myself to acquiesce in, atid to support any inode of nominal» <beJackson party may adopt, at their next annual meeting. Youra, Respectfully Aaron Jugtis. Newport, March 30, 1830. To the Electors of JSeui-Castle Countv. FELLOW CITIZENS— 9 I beg leave to off er myself to you as a candi dale, for the office or SHERIFF of New Cattle County, and to «illicit your suff rages and influ the Election in October next. Should t be my fortune to succeed, I shall enter upon the duties of the office, with some experience, derived from the subordinate station ot Deputy Sheriff, and, I trust, with a proper *enac «if their importance, and a foil determination to discharge them with a faithful and -«mpartial regard to the right« and interest of my fellow citizens. As in publishing this notice, it is principally my intention to announce myself aa a candidate, I shall not detain you with pro fessions whicli are too easily made to be regar the proper test of ability or sincerity, but shall trust to my conduct as a better j tUication of your favour and mipport. Marcus E. Capelte. Wilmington. Feb 16. 1b3 Q. CORONER'S OFFICE* Fellow Citizens, ing myself to your ded .-—I take the liberty of offer« " consideration for the office of \ At the ensuing G be successful i ed. ! shall •'ffice with fidefit mination, I shall the Jackson ticket. al Elect i If I should '* the nomination, and be elect my utmost exertions to fill the •ccessful in the no mysclf bound to support y If.:! James Adams . Near Newport, Mav 5, 1830 NOTICE. A LL persons indebted »o the Estate of 8A x A Ml'EL JOHNSON, Farmer, late of New Castle County, dte'd. are requested to make payment, and those having claims against the said dec'd- are requested to present their counts, dtdv «treated, to Richard Corblv, Jdrn'r. April 1—3m ac tffiaibAIR IBAJILSo 2000 i.kdaii Rails, of ,n cicei lent quality, for sale by John 4" IF. H. Gordin. M«y l*-ljn — •v Coroners Office. tlic Independent Veters tit New Castle County. PEI «LOW CI I IZEN&—While presenting* myself »o your conuderaiion ur a candidate »5 the above ufhee, it may be proper for stale that my situation in life makes it ry for step.i the independent To me to neerssa >.vail myself of every honorable der to raise u large family; and should nd noble hearted Uepnbli. of New Caille Counto^/iaut*mu!reflectfor Moment, I ilu-n sliould led at liberty » heil their suffrage, uhich will not be for nattent and as pledging and promising are' Comm Off with all who offer before the public for offices, J do tat,, so l«r as honor binds a man, tjj»t | have and will support the Ticket which t:my lie adopted by the Jn-tkson Republican* o|f thin County, nnd abide by whatever ruled il may adopt in relation to selecting o.'ndHS lor County or State office»«; and should 1 blv successful, 1 do only premise to perfuim the N Vm duties incumbent on me, to the best of irff * abilities, keeping an eye single to ;h t ger.cril inieiest of the County in ali cases. , Respectful y. Yours, &e. Manlove llaves. Cantwells Bridge, Apr; J4. y 1 Tu Hit- ludu(>cBill-ut Votet-e uf New Castlu Cuuiut. FP.LI.UW (.'( I I7.K.N3—I tier royaell'aa a Oanilulute fotllte office oICUKUSl.it, at the nexf ensuing general eledtiu- . I am a Jack i, and will made by the Juck -n ; bv the Humiliation •riy. William Tliompsoii. CoocIi'h T lridy Apr«; 2. IdlO. To the Electors of New castle Count y. T Ofli r my.elf lu jour c i-aideratioe , '.' d *' r ,he office or coroner, if ■ -l.ot.ltl be at. fonm.ate aa to be the i„rao n of yout ohoice, I will endeavour to nttéod to the „.,|do",a o. the office to „ to ,|„ K . nfr>1 'Olt. I (il«ye myaelf to »hide .trimly bv Count e /ü!° 1 '.°" lb j' m, y be Udopietl at th. County meeting of the Ji.ckfMu. parts, and will aulTor, at the Geort.l Rleciii. e?,l ? ' that may be taken op 1 1 I enotl fco . w. . , Jiimes Cochran. Wtlm'ny tt.n, ) >l, is Ctfllt/NKiCS OFt'lCE7~ To the Electors of New Castle County: FELLOW C1USST my seif to y - I beg leave coRoxER heoffl " of I'u«-?« lï 1' bl ' n,y «'tctril, I Jtu.t l alwll enter upon Ihr dm.« „i u, e „r hot, with a pioper aeiiae ol ihcir imnoriance ; n .a«h " *" ''«"battra tLm W.Ot a faithful and impariisl regard to the rights and interests ui my Fellow.Cii ' • b A* in pnblisliing tf,i my intei.t date, J nhitll uot tit which aie too a candid Of New Cas» it is principally myself , >»« •If niade t w ith profeisions « be regarded as • k tnceritv. but shall a heiter justifie*».. the proper trust to my your favour ar • test uf ability ! v i of upport. M.-rsn? : ,C f eP A- Hu "I' ,irics - Coroner's Office. To the Electors of New Castle County . nu. Cn Encouraged hv ft nber of my Inertia, 1 <)fl'er myseh tiY vbwr wmsitiei at ion lor the office of CORONER of New Castle County, at the next General Elec t.on, and should I be the choice of my o W citizens, I pledge myself to perform S «Ä bindhig my self o abide any mode of nomination that mar be adopted by the Jackson party. 7 Abraham S. Eves. fr*»' bustle, Fi b I.Jib, i«30. OOROMiBjg OFFIC'B. To the Ktedors of Ae» Caslte t uuido. « HE Sub,or,hr, hegt I«,«. ,,ff cr ügüffi ^wcouz'flrrMio" ,, , C andit), te f„, ,h. CORONER, To be ch " in ijc obei next, assuring you, that in cane he shall be the object ot your choice, Ina best exertion, shall he employed to perform the duties of the office wi»li fidelity and pledging liimself io abide bv the decision of the County Meeting of the Jackson party •or the nomination of u ticket. Benjamin Groves. Mardi 23, 1830 CORONER'S OFFICE. ' To the Elector « o f Mew Castle County f FKLI.OIV CITIZENS, * A. lb. time i. appru.chi-tr when you will i CH ÎI e< u P on ,0 . * »unable person to fill the office uf GOROWBH, for the eu.uing term, ! beg leave tu offer myself to your con sideration, as a candidate for that Office-* pledging myself to abide by any mode of nomi nation that may be adopted by the faction par ty, at the.r annual County Meeting :-and should be so fortunate us to be your choice, I can only *ay, that m» utmost exertions «ball be used in the faithful discharge of the duties of »he office. .With due respect, yours, ko. Samuel Romford, Jr. March 23, 1830. 7 Coroner's Office. To the Electors of New-Castle County. FELLOW CITIZEN.win presenting myaelf joyour consideration as a candidate.'for the office ot CORONER, ol New Castle Countv, *( . U . e , X . 1 1 Gener » 1 Election, lean only say, that. «Il ou Id 1 have a majority of your suffrages, the duties of the office will be discharged with promptness and fidelity; pledging mvself to abide the decision orany mode of n-mination that may be adopted by the Jackson party. Jacob B. Vandever* Brandywine Hundred, Feb 19 COItOJVER'S OFFICE. To the Electors of New Castle County. Fellow Ciitteni: Encouraged by my friends, I am induced to ofTer myseH aca 1 " in a ca didate for the office ' OOROBfEK of New Cas»le County, to be chosen at it.e next General Election Should be the choice of my fellow citizens, I pledge rnyaalf to perform the duties of the office aa cording to the best of my ability; and bind my. selrto abide by the nomination wbici. may bç made by the Jackson party William Woodsodc. Wilmingto.5, May 5, 1830.