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Hnnai and Tinnk l.nikr, and K*va In pyalr.ur any olhei work in Wa Im*, in gir* liim a call LKVI FISHER I n , ■, 17 isw HKWAON 5 Ol'UCK, t Lynchburg, Dec 17. 1323 J MORE LUCK AT HKWSON 3, T)rt*»o numbrra In It.* Richmond Dock f. >ll«ry tin i» >o. 4, 31 6 3!> I 50 C7 37 30 66 Jioa. 27 30 37, a capital I’m* nf ^1,000; Jt'oa. 27 6<• 66. a capilnl liir.* tffllOUQ, w*r* lii.th aold a' Haw*nn*» OfTio*. and III* ca*h paid up at aigbl for ill* game. Ri-mW your a nail pcz*» al " Foiinne’* ruling*,” and whn> * *r foitunoa »r« wauling, n**ci lnr**l in pn,i Inal HRWSOM'3 Prlz* •riling nlfli'*. WANT 30. GOOD VII |.l II COW , lot which* lihcr til price will h* gireu. I..npiirc *1 tht» i>l fie*. Dec. 17 __*l_ ' lU'.N 1', «!»#• »ww,in**nt Ht |iifcr'it <»cru|»M'<l M. \\ ||>g iuUolhmn. on I ii<i**ihI lit i. I'oKH'inon iMN Im c,v,<|> ulnml the )fi it \ iminiii. oih. imii j, ji * m• Dee. 17. 2r >r1H ,|Mk « S .|itrt,H ( nl I Im'i t,,r holtlnii «( Hi" I 'vii "I I'V ■■III""*, nil t .-:wih liny Ul O'lubiT, I."."-1. Cki.wrli Datin' r, *’Mf. agnintt lull" B k .fauiM Bullock, nml John Alim noil IV ii. lull i I "i it Win (in I. il c. John Siplili.ji n’or ol L '««•»>'•» C'hII»ihI, it r. John N rlh, "l or Ot K ' "11 Billion, il"! Mil I I Cl,, l,**r nun riif'ii, 4ml **• .'ini'ilinn til I mil A riny, Itichard Wnlkrr, John Wnlk-i nml HI i r i v, I ii'hum nml iom|inny, 11> Im I ni/i n iV" i n nr oil ihu il.iy In bn lirmil ('ll th" I'ill, mitivi'in of ihr 11• Ii'IiiIhiiI ■ lo'iil \ linn •ml Win (irtM. n'orv of Win (ini', drc. nml John Smith, jr. ■ i'oi ol MC hrlli I'ullmt , lire nn rilii HI, lltr *nli|iorn« awnnlnl lln'iini on Ii" IBi'i tiny nl II ■ceiiibri. Ih28, mlm li n|i |i"nr4 In tm»« iin"ii ilul ■ irivril on ll>n tl•• Tv*n*1 • •nn, John B i lurk. J«m"» B Block, John Norlln K lnlin I l iny, llichnrcl 'Vnikii nod John XVnlker, mnJ ihe order nl publicniiivn ngni n tlm ilefrnilanli, Vlnrrny, l.ulmm nml i ... oft,* Aili ilny ot Januai>, 1829, which U||'"«i, to hnvii btrn H »ty publiili.il, nml whs Argond hy counsel. On consider* ion wimn,oL ili« Court doth oidi r dial one of its cuflimikiiourr* do 'akc a i account ot the trust fund in the tnli tuaninmed, as Mlt" an arcoti.il of any claim or claims wliirh may be a**e»i«d Indore him by I he di'ti udimU or any of them, or by other* again*! the lute firm of flail, Bullock k Co. in the bill mentioned, and repot t the same to the Court with any matter* specially stated, thought pertinent by himstlf,or required by the parties to he so stated. A copy—T*ite. .1 WILLS C C. COMMISSIONER'* OFFICE, f Lynchburg 23d Noe. 1829 S The parties mi tins cause will fake notice, that I have appointed Vednesday the 3d day of Feb licit to commence the accounts directed by the tangoing order ol court, on which day, at (tie liotn of nine o i lock in the morning, they are requeued tu attend, together with all oils era to whom the late (Cm of («nlt, Bullock k Co may be indebted, at my other, in tint town, with their accounts, vouchers nml copies ot court papers, prepaicd for examination and settlement JAMES BKNAGII, C Nov. 30 w4*31 VV#OIU E.—Tim subscriber's School will he J\-1 continued the ensuing year, on the f<*l losing terms, v<z: for Spelling, Reading. Wit ting, Arithmetic. Geography and Knglndi (immniui $15 per Inin , lor the Latin hiiu Geek lai e *•-••»» Natural, Philosophy and IMathetUHt i • $25, payable in cadi ease hail yearly. F.acli sc .«dar will he clmrgetl from the tune of his entrance "nhl the end ol the tend, which consists ol 230 teaching days, o •If weeks The School will commence the 1st Mamins in ’nnuaiy, 183 1 The subscriber limns him •elf * >30 schoinrs, exclusive ol his own rhd dreu, and as some diiappoiiitinents have accru cd dusingthe present year, an early entrance is ii'tontiii tided >o those that may dcttimim fo av til themselvi's of the School. T »e Subset mer can arcommodate board ers m his own family, nt $00 the tei rn, pay a bit halfyearly ; each mauler furnishing himself with bcd-clothmg and candles. SAMUELT MILLER Gravetlv Knott, I’l'tn county, ) Va. Nov 1f>, 1829. < wlJ V VIRGINIA, to wit :—Ata Superior Com? of Chanerry, holdni hi the town of l-vnch buig on tho 2lMh day ol October, 1829 Dios. Smith, rill. against Wm. M. WhIIit, ei or of John Smith, dec. who wnt one of the et'ots of Philip Smith, <J«*C Wm. Ihniciin, surviving v\ or of the knit! I'lulip S nith, d»*c. Am1«ew Welch u*m| Hlnidi liitaifp, anil (.harln MundHy, Slier ill'of Am Jierst, mid id that clmmcter Htiiu'r ol Ktixttbelh j Smith, dec. I)rfii. | Tlii# cause mine on tlm day to lie heard on i the bill, Answers of the deteudauift, Win. M Waller mid Chmles Monday, and exhibit*, the mder of publication ugninst tin deft* Andrew Welch and Rbmta his wife, of the 12th day ol Jfcosr. 1821, which appeals to have been duly published, and the order of the 2d day of June, 1828, which appears to have beeu duly execu 4ed on the defendant, Wnj. Duncan, Hnd wm. J argued by countcl. On t on.ideraiion where. | of, the court doth order, dint our of ill com missioners do lake an account ol the adminis tration of lha eatale of <he .aid Philip Sin ill,, dec. and irport the .amalo the court, wit), any matters specially staled, iliocght pen,nent by himself, or rcqniieri by the pat lias In he to tin ted. A copy — Teste, J. *\ ILLS, C. C. COMMISSIONER S OFFICE, I Lrnchliuig -l'i, Dee. 1S2I’ ( The parlies in this cause will lake nonce, that I have appoin ed Friday the Uhh ilny of February neil. fo commence the accounts directed by the foregoing order of court, on which day, at the hour of nine o’clock in llie morning, they are required lo a'lend, ai m, office, in this town, with Iheir accounts, vouch er* aod copies of court papers, prepared lor eiHiniiiatiun and settlement. E. B. NORVELL, Com. Dec. 14. w4t*34 ACARD. , MRS. P. P JONES announces fo the La. dies of Lynchburg and Ike country, that she has just received, in add iiion to her fal and winter Fashiuns, patterns for bradtog L dies' Riding Dretsrs, where all orders address cd to her sued be promptly attended to. JV'ot. 23 •• V/1RGIK1A —At • Superior Coart of Chan Y n.,1 ,*eo at me Town "I Lynchburg 0 , lie 23m day ol October, 1H2V. fJeorg# Chance, •’l"* N ibrrl n.i fait, adnt’r of < nlrb Tail, drc. IIif <s,,l >r h.iloi'l tail. Crime Tail, Baton 1 ap, Samuel Brantford, •iarjewnl ol I hi Cor nor.n id Lvnchbuifi, anil atlinr. oM hailes II led,dii Cl<n«a T«n, Alin I I', widow ol the said Cal b fan. dm Mil liard IVrfciii(,Ban cy Tail, endow ami rein 'nl Caleb inn. 'be younger dec. Louis ill I ait • ol It in I all infant In in of the said C aleb Tai , the youngei d-c. by CmnasUrimirr Bessagh, speri ll> «t signed theii I,.median, and Win II Wien, edinr ol Samuel ti Aden'S, dee. P* Us* 1'bls cause (inn on thu day lobe heard on Ihe lull, nnswars of llie del otaols, < • I'ne Tail, Bacon Tail, C'bailes H I ill , Kloian fall, Louisa O. Tail and Win. I nr and esliilnls, the deeralal order ol the Ihh day of September, 1S2‘J, which appears to base loin duly srrseil mi ibe deb-ndanls, Ami I an, Michaid Herkini, ami Win. II W en, llie S'lhpirnn awaiib .1 llierem, on the Dlh day of Nov lP2b, wlurb appears II base been duly served on be dell Nancy Tail .and hr miter of publication njnunsl the deft Nelherland I ait, w hich app, afi to have barn duly publi-hed, and ivn argued by counsel On consul'ra'ion whereof, tbe coitrl doth order, that one of iis rornmissium r» do lakean account of the ndminisiration of ibe estate nf Caleb f nit, the elder dec as also an are,nun of tlm real eslalr, herenl lie died, sei/rd, logellier willi an scorn it of tint ti n's and profits Unreal and report llie same Its Ibe cnnrl, with any mailers specially staled, thought pertinent by hIai alf, ol required by the parlies In lie so slall il A copy—lesie. J WILLS, ( f COMMISSIONEH'S Ol I l< E. / Lynehhnig 26ih .Nnv JKJ'.L ^ The pitf Vi« h id li t* * «m»t* will *«tE•• nolo * , lint I have appointed IIm iMlwy the ii*M *l«*y ot A ' pril n* *t. l«i toirrot nC« the accounts «•»• t* *1 | i,y die foregoing order of court, on w i u , at flits liotll "• ititie n’t in the t* oiniiif; the> are required tt» attend, al my o fl i * * * , m tills miivn, W »th llietr a*'count*, vouches, ami tu ple* I court papei , |*» •■ |i*t •'*• *1 • »r ex mmol too a*»«l setilemrul. I. h NUliVKl I'i I "l*1, Dec 7 w la l.'l M ' I ltd M \ \i a su|irrioi C ourt of C han ^ » . %, t.ultlrn at tin* town nl Lynchburg on (lie 17ilt tiny ol Oft. Jtf29 John J'foh*. PI If. agniml I'homag \ «lrnig*-, »\'"t of limirge Mil1, and Win HiMi nod N,«tluiftif’l IIill. O'h* 1 It it Cause c-miii* on lliU «l»«y *0 he hint'd ('ll the hill, Hitswe. t ol the drleudaiii Win Ifihh, ii (1)111111,1111) I!"1 nuhpuMtH awarded therein *n» i lie second da v of Nut mi her, one th"U<-Htid ; lio 'iii d mill Itventy seven, and Ine v m tlar of .1 uiiiai v, out* thousand eight him died and turn > * gh , in hit’ll appears to hove hern duly »iv*dmt the other delendanii, end was argued hy c-tumel On tonsiderHti n whereof, me court doth order, that one of n» Coin (fl ilsim ers ake nn nc* until of the admin (ration <d the defendant, Thoiuus Aldn ge, upon the i* tale ol hit ledalor, and tepeuf i ej name to the court, w it.i nnv matters specially dated, thought pertinent hy himself, or tequn id try the patties to he so slat d. A coi y—Tr'ie, .1 U ILLS, C. C. CO.VI.MISSIONEK S OFFICE, l Lynchburg. IStlh Nov. IhJW \ The pnities iii this can e will take notice, that I have appointed Saturday the ninth day ol JuiujA'V m il, to (oniini iiithe Recount* dir* c l* *J hy the foregoing order of court, nn winch day. mi the hour ol nine o'clock in the iimru* log, (hey are requited to attend lit mv ollire, in this town, with lin n accounts, vouchers, and copies of court paper*, prepared for eiaiotiin lion and settlement. JAMES BEN ACM, C. I tec. 7 33 I \7*IU<ilM A — AI a Si»|m rior Coin. of Chan my, hohlon nt the town of kynchliiirg on .lie .'Phli day ul Odobtr, 1829. Chi*well l>ab n«y , Fit! against John Bollock, Ivors Bullock, Alexander I.ip gnt and Patrick Mathews, late merchants and partners trading under the style and firm ol Liggftl & Mathews, Tims T Bnuldin in his own light, and ex’nr of George Cabell, lire. Fdltha I ( lav in her own light, mid uh adms of Cyms B Clay, dec. us el or ol t ’harles Chty dec. hi miardian of Clay, Chat let Mays, Wm Miller, sen. Wm Oglesby, Win. Kadtord, vVm B. Utiekor, llnbiu t Tinsley and Kdwanl I msley, ei’ors ol Da v id linsley, dee. John Walker, Hi* hard Walker. Flizu I Hohntsfm. Wilkins Wa son, Hicliaid (i. I laden and bimoii Miller a* d John Aden anil Win Gull, ex'or •f Win- Galt, dec. HicharU Anderson. Beverly Blair .ind David And*non, merchants amt millets, tr illing under th# style and turn ol Xndrifcon Blau A Andeison, Aon Norvell, Gabriel Hals on and Archibald Pi asaiits, mer hant* aud par’n •»■•, trading under the style and fir'M uf Kalltnn ^ Pleasants, Deft* I 1 os catn»e came (iii tins day to he heard tin ihebill niiswi» of the defendants,John Walker Win. Millar, Siinon Mdlei ami John Allan and Wm. Calf, ei'ors ol W in. Gall. dec and hii r ii'nt, and the subpoena* •nuidt* t therein, m i tie 13ih day d D»*c. IS2S, w* ic'i apt t ars to have hern duly seived on the other defendants and na pigned by couiiKel. On consolei at in* wb I' of. the com t doth order that ne of it commistimiets do f ko mi arc unit uf the trust lund io the hill mention d, as also an account of asy claim or »• I-dins win* h may be n»*< rted before him by the defendants, or any, or eittiei • f tin iu or by others, against tlit la e fiiiu of Gall BuIIoch. in the bill mentioned, and re port the ‘•time to the com i, with any matters specially Mated, thought pertinent bv himself, or required bv the parties to be »n s'ated. A copy —Teste, J. WILLS, C. C. COM MISSION CHS OF PICK. ) Ly nob burg, 23d Nov 1829 ^ 1 he parlies in this cause w ill take notice, that I have appointed Fridny the fifth day of February next, to commence the accounts directed by the foregoing order of court, on which day, at tfie hour ol nine o'clock iii the morning, they are required to attend, togethei w dli nil others to whom the firm < f Galt <Si Bill lock may be indebted, at my office, in this town, with their accounts, vouchers, and copies of court papers, prepared for examination and settlement. JAMF.S BFNAGII, C, Nor tfO wdw31 Town Lot for Sale. ON Saturday the 16th day of January 1830, I shall proceed lo sell lo the last and highe«t bidder, for cash, a vacant lot on third street, in the town of LvnChburg, containing 27 1 2 feet in front, adjoining the premises now in the occupancy of the Rev. J Cole, and is the one halt of me lot owned by (veotge \V. Roberts. d»*cd. in Ids life time. This sale will' lie made hi pmsoance of a d*cite made and | entci d up at tii« U-t November term «.t i Mustingt Court lor the l otpotation ot Lynch burg m the case of “ Kober's, tt at. vs. Paiks, tt. ai" SAMUEL BHANSFORl), Com UtC 14 ids NEGRO MAN FOR SALE. /\ VALUABLE NEGRO MAN. who is an jTu excellent plantation hand, and of good character. For terms, apply at this Office. Dst 7 ts \A.WV. Vi)Ik SA1A&, J II AVI. a Ihic. quantity of o»er-lhe-mmiif tuhi Liiue <oi tale SAMUEL STEF.LB. Dec. 7 <tS0 WASHINGTON HOTEL. I.t/nrhburfr > I'.IIK I'dnriilifr rnpeciliillj inform* (lie i public, HihI lie hat mended hi* le»*e on llie Waahtaflon Hotel. — He make* ■ grateful lendel of Iti* tliMnk* to llie pubbe. tor 'lie litie nil patronage he lit** irin.erl, and pledge* i I, nine If lo me hit beat eaerljnMI 10 give tali* laclion loalllhme wkn ni.Jf favour him »ilh a call at Ilia VVaabington. II'* lublr *hall al way. lie tnriliklied with Ihe be*l the marWota , mil admit. anJ hi* bat with the choice*! li i|Uoi*.—He ha* alleolire and eiperienced 0»l In*, and hi* noble inferior to none, with * good lol for drover*, and moderate charge*, a* lollimi : lirrakfatt, 2ft cl*, limner, 37 1-2 Supper, 25 l.odgntg, 12 1-2 Hone*, por day 62 1-2 llote*. per month, I’d If mid, per vrnr, 133 33 J AS. C. MOOIIMAN Sept 84, -fm 11 MAMONIC NOTICE. A ] * it.iip.l inp ioi£ of l.ilii'itv I mlc No I>&, on Saitmltiy rvpittn;: Itpcrnilipr 6lli Ih !y. O.i Hint inn, ..rdpppfl ill tour n*w Ma«<mic Unit, ki.nll lip Hi ill. null nn Hip i!7'h of l)"> (hi, lolin'r ilav ) •""! > hnt lirotlrer* Hliili|i« n ,1 KI"nH I>p i i)iiH(icri in in.m l' h •pt iiion on llip Hi I I.IOI' ; mill that n |i ililic notin' It ^ i vi ii in I' i •• Vn in inn, inviting all mgulnr Min in Mhh.iii to ntipn.1 Hi or.'pi , HO. C. MITCHELL, Sn. ’y. Die. 17 2' nmols AT AUCTION. V> HI 1,1, SKI. I., in front of.I II ti P«\n** - ! Auction Sf »re, on Motuhy the 2Siii init J il likd.v Negro Men, oup of whom i« an pxcr'lenf Cooper I '*rins at ale, whir . will he conducted by John It. I* ’ Payn**, A i *r S'l KKLINti C. ANI>KRSON fora. tor of Win. .1 Lewi*. «b*c D c. 14 ids* A large and general assortment oi l>r\ (iiioiis at auction. 11,1, tip k« d, vs ilhoir i*» rve. on 4 tips day the 6th «»l J.ima* ■*, 18ht. mi • »v Auction room, a rnnsiguinei i oF56 j»* ckage* . i I > 1 > (ioods. aiiKiiliifnig IH 1*1 in Voice, tip ward* of #2O,0tH). Merchant* will find such a lot of (iooiis very desirable in the way <>i r* eroding and making up tlmir a*turtin«<nt — I thernoie *■ • licit their partiruloi attrition t thw sale, w oitli wi I b cmimued Irom d»v !«• day till completed. IP ' T* rim—sums mi (ei JluO cash ; $l"0, and not exce»dii»^ $200. d 1 iliiyi ; j|(l!UO HRtl upwards, t> i».mido* « icdit* Negotiable noli «. Ri.tiiitnctoi il\ endoi*. d JOHN H. O. I’AY'NK, A It. 1 l>.. II id* Commission Hum ness. S Mill. atih-criber offers hi* service* fo Ins .L tricniP nut the public, nml takes this no thud ol informing ol llit in th <t li- ha npcio-n a h use n I- w 11 ours above tin* I * ■ • • Ollio1, no the mam street, where lie will receive aP kinds ol country produce, ^ -ell on ('ommiuinii. It* will also kc!I tobacco or hIm-ikI to i >eshippi l ot it: lie also has a lm#r limise prepared lot I storage, v\ here Flour, Me » a he stored for Hi length ol tune. AH , ersons m nis.ing l» i*iri s> of any kind in him glial tie promply iilhndo lo llis chain s snail tie as moderate a» auv one could wigh that w mdd do him eijnal jmiir* Hr* hopes t»v his moderate ch rge an ’s r>• * h 11 en V ion to merit u alone ol public pa innagt BMW lb blMIttft. Dec. 7. FOR SALE, A VKKV Imitd-nine li’tle I- mm, upon t1 « ■ waters o| Appotuat'oi, in Huckiiit ham I his land is in llu* neighborhood ol CP ' er Hill, lie.s remark'd*!y* well, produces t haeCo of the finest ipuil ty. an ling up »n «t v ery large me hard <»i wr II '•elected tt u 1 tt 'in i Co tains HIP uc. t e-- Petrous 01-j •»»sted to '••tv, m ill a pul v to the Kt: h.s riher or Col. Sand. V I' Ptesnii, w lio lives n dj. mug the premise SAMI V ( IIHI> I IA iN. March 2. ts «N V»ti \'vv. Vi-, V .» VV V \W:t II.L lu» • »iV«-r#*«i for lure, for the •• mining j w w >* ar,on I’m silHy ih*-2iMli (»f tin n» uth.j ( I >* < t-mher.) «t die late rt-riili iice "I S-.iiiii**1 I nine*, der. near New (> n«.uow, Amlin ht j ounly , ftotii (>0 to 70 valuable N Ct n., con sisting o| hO tlcfcciipti iiv. Men. \\ omen, Boys nutl Ciirl*. Am •tigst On ni are tw- first iate Black Smiths, ( iirpmiprt. C ooper*. Shoema kers, good Cooks, House Servants, ami Plan t it 11 on tin rid 9. These Negroes are valuable, am! wi ll worthy the a'tenlion of those who wish to hire. JOHN DILI AK1). Fx or Of Samuel Turner. Der. 7- »<Ui J%roTI<;E — taken up a* a Heuuway, cm the l ^ 20 day of November, h N*'gio Boy, about I 18 y ««rs of age. m the county of Bath, on the | • owpastuie lliver, him! *ays he belong* to Jesse Mason, of Put »y |vaoia, and cslh h*m*c|f by t be name of WIJLLIA3I1IKNUY. FEHDINA.NL) KINCAIO. Dw. 7 is TO FARMERS !! Wh Hie navi.ig the igtu -*t cash pi ice for all WHEAT deliviied at Black Water Mills — for all delivered until 1st January next, not contracted for, we will pay 7 » cm tit least more if the market cash price exceeds that af • he liun* of application lor pnvinenf. Our of bee is opposite the (diice of the Vuginian. NA TH L WINSTON k Co. Dec. 7. ts PI KSlT AN f to a decree of the Suprnoi Cnui t of C hanctsiy toi the lib hinotid dis i tii't, rendered in the case of Owen against Nel-j son, the undersigned marshal of the Lynch ; burg district, will sett, at public auction, lor' cash, on Friday the 1st day of January, 1S30, if, fair, if not. the nest fair day thereafter, on the premises, in the county of Campbell, onelnoiety ' of a certain tract of land, containing one thou < sand ami eighty eight actes. The above tract* of land will be shewn to any one wishing to purchase, by Capl. Miles Carey, who lives on 1 the premises. T. A HOLCOMBE, M. Nov. 30. ifwtds CARPETINGS. PI LcLS beautiful Ingrain t'a'peting. & MekEK. KOlilNSONi* CO. Nov 22. T, TEUST SALE. PURSUANT to a deed of trust, eiecuted hy Mmund Pale and harah hii wile, to the sahtcribers, beating dale ihe Hi day ol Ju ly, 1*29, aod duly admitted to record in the county Courts of Bedford ami Patrick, •hall proceed to sell, lo the Ingest bidder, for ready inone) , before the door of tho franklin Hotel, in the town of L) nchburg, on the 11th day of January nest, the following property, to w»t : one Tract of Land, lying and tteing in the county of Bedford, containing 193 3-4 A ciet—Ifni land is situate^ on the water! ol handy linn, known hy the name of Hob's tract, and joins the land of Henry P- Feather* and others. Likewise,«»ne other tract, lying in the -ante county, containing P'M acres, called Karmer’i tract, adjoining the lands ol Samuel Howell, t. Carter, and others. Also one other tract, containing IOU acres, lyinq in the county o| Patrick, on Ihe waters of Jack Lret-k, which land wna patented to John Ward on the loth day of July, J 784, and conveyed hy him to I lie said Kdiitnnu Pate. Acting Hi f rosters, the : subscribers will only convey such title as is vrstrd in them as such. llo- sale will be conducted hy John K. P. Pavtie, Auctr J LIJAH FLF.TfHRR, ?Trus WM. LA.NGHURNE, S Pec. 7 ld»33 NEW STORE. %. Mi. j ii h t ri*ci- veil, iiieci iroin New fa 4 \ ik a splrndidut loi of nape and Ihu \ Goo *«, alt nl which have line., pond used since out regular fall supplte* by our agent in New V k. and are ol the very l«t *t importa lon*. Among tne manv ar: tries which we have ibr pleasure of offering *o the public, aie the following beautiful goods, which "dl hi* void much low i i (ban previous fall purchases: Fancy Hionze Print* Foulaid do Black ami white do Fancy colored Clio de Naps Ismaiiues and Palmy i in»*s Black, and blue black Gro %le /an Super liiai k Italian Lustring* and Levan tine* Kilra fine block B imlmziue I hi black Nankin <’ > Hp s Black and colored Silk Bia t’idol. d (*i• ras-ians Thibr* and Lithographic Neck lldkfs. Abo on hand, a large agsoitment of 1)0 MKSIIC and WOOM KN GOODS. Nov. 23. fh o * 1C K.— Bv virtue of t wo deeds ol Must ex • -VJ eculed bv Philip Thomas, to us John II Bei.nett and Hubert Stevens, and to each and • liber of ut, and duly it corded in the ( Ink s Office of Campbell, the o e bearing dale the II ill day ol September, 1828. the other bearing tie the l lih of Sept. 182b, wa shall, on Moir dav 'In 28th day ol the j r •vent month (Dec. 182b.) proceed to sell, at the dwelling of ‘•aid Thomas in said minty of Campbell, on Stain.too Hivet. at Long Island, to the high *t biddiu, for realty money, the estate of said I li 'inas, or so much I hereof as may he * flicient to ii i*ly the said two deeds ol trngi, to wii ; the crop ol every description, (consisting of corn, tobacco, wheel, &:c. uts< me itgioma Kl irk, one negro mar. Will, one 1 .‘•gu< man Peter, on negro woman Sarah and i •»» i\V" children Jacob and John, one negro 'onuin Jinny nod her child George, one negro w« n * a u Mary and her childijjt a' v, and one negro tinman .VIilly ; nbu 6 head ol horses, 8 head ot cat lie, ibclmiiu 2' xeii, one ox curt, and stock • •Mm *, Ii.nsehold and kitchen lurn lure, and I Imitation utensil*. As 1 i us ees, w e shall null •o il and convey such title as is vested in us, iiicll We believe to be good. JOHN A BKNNFTT, } Tins HOUFKT &TKVKNS, ) *ees. I) c. 3 ids Hiiar 6l davis fa KPI it I FILLY ml’ .nil iIn ir f riends and PI & In imi* lie gi uei ally , that i|i«‘v have inuv* •■d to ifn h iMcfoirnerly (Walker 4* Co’s. Km poiiiuiof F,.sl»i .ns,) I lit v have on hand a fargt a^'tortmi nl of evet y article in the die k •iip. w it h will be sold ut nnu-ual !,.w price*. N B a I a • g t* hssoi tmcnl of It K ami 810 AL KIN APS l‘"' :: tf frost sale of ;i valuable rY A vii lue of m deed ol trust, executed by C’hnilcs L Birr* l unit Sarah In* wife, to « oli»«iihf , for c it.in purposes therein men i<>neil, daM tl lie lilirpnth day ol January, 1824, and nrottled in (lie ( Ihi k s • Hire ol Am tl I SI c. Hilty CouH I hall, on Moinlay the I I ill day of .fauiuii y next, il fair, if not, the li s tail tl iv tiienn ter, proceed in s- II, on the ior i.i t s. to the h gliest bidder, for ready mo ey. n«* cetia I -i oi parrel of ground lying in the county of Amherst, and adjoining tin* lot of I Mill Cilhell, in the t wn of New Glasgow, and the lands to Davitl 8. Garland, and is dial loi whereupon a Tan Yard now stand*, which *.• d lot,i\ . ihesaid Barrel purchased of Tims. Aldridge and is at p> eseut occupied by James S. Peiiitli on. Such light as is vested in me as Met e w til be conVeved t«» ihe purchaser, amt none »ther. DA MILL HIGGINBOTHAM, pec td 32 A REMOVAL. JlVItlV S. GRAY \ Y. IES In inform her ciislioners mill I lie Xt-4 public generally, linn she lias inkeu a room in llm brick leiiemeni, immedialelv oppo site In .lames C. Moorman's well known l»v ern. Ihe room is quite convenient to the Main s'leel, and very easy to hr found. She has Hi this lime, hI! the fashions that are in use at this season and will continue in get patterns suna ble lor every season of the year. N. B. The subscriber IihJ ihnught a fat Iher notice of this kind was unnecessary, until she was told that some evil disposed person had re purled .lie was not aide to attend to business. |i would tie well for every body that wishes w ork done, to call and see lor themselves A! S- GRAY. Oct. 12. ts I/INHK copartnership of Rose Palteson, Us in the practice of Medicine, terminated by Its own limitation, in May la -I Those in debted In the tale firm by bund or long stand ing accounts, are earnestly requested to make speedy payment, as Dr.’ Palleson’s delicate state o' health will induce him to spend Ihe Winter in Philadelphia, at considerable ei pense. G. A ROSE, JNO. H PATTESON. A“>v- 3°__I m31 Dlt. HOSE is unwilling to lorego Ihe plea, urc <.I tendering, at this lime, to (he citizens of Lynchburg mid its vicinity, his most gtnlcful acknowledgments for the pationage extended to him for the last 20 years. Mix bralth is so far r< stored as to enable him to give his undivided attention to the duties of his pro fes-ion. Charges will lie made in conformity to the reduced and equalled rates hgieed upon by the locally of Lynchburg, ami published iu 1^24. Nay. 80__1m JPS1 received ft mu New Y'ot k, several cases Gentlemens' fa-hiotiable Beaver Mats „ .DAVID 4i ROBERT KYLE. Oct. 13. Svieet feu\y\Yivr fey tings For Hale. BY virtue of a deed of trust. executed to the subscriber the 2d of Oct. 1826, tiv Rice Vast, and l’olly hi* wife, lo secure tlie payment of Two Thousand Dollars, due to Alexander Calder, a* slated in the deed of trust aforesaid, and also in puriiiHiire ol an agree ment entered into hy ilie said Rice Vast, and i Alexander Calder, the 2ls| Oct 1828, winch have been regularly admitted to record in the County Court of Monroe, we shall, proceed lo ' soil, to the highest bidder, for ready money, on I the premises, on the 25th day of December ! next, one equal undivided half ol the Sweet Sulphur Springs' tract of land, lying in the cotlhiy ol Monroe, 2 12 miles from L'oinn, containing alioni for hundred and sixty five acirsofland. The trustees will make such title as is vested in them, to the purchasers, and no other HENRY ALEXANDER } HCOH CAI’EKTON, * i i,steel. Nov. 23 Ids ! COMPLETE assortment of Drug*, ! jTii, Paints, Dye-Stuffs, kc kc. together with | .ill ihe approved patent Medicines, as Putter'* < alholicnn, frrsh, Stvaim s Panacea, Diysden’a Rheumatic Powders, l)r Rohertsou’s celebra d tiout and Rheumatic Drops, Atttidge's I ntture for Indigestion, kc. for sale bv WM. J. HOLCOMBE. Nnv. Is “CLOTHS. 7 FIF.f KS lit gent’s blue Velvet Cloth 2 p«j. kop. navy blue, for Cents’ Froiks | 2 ps Shepherds’ supnfine black 1 (i. splendid Olive Cloth, full 7 4 I do Olive (»reen do j; ps. Steel mixiuie*. very cheap I 2 ps. Mone to ur Dial), for Ovcr-Conts i m. superfine light Drab do \ few pieces Kadies’ 11 aoit Cloth, of uncom monly fine texture Do sup him* and Muck Cassimeirs Do du cold nosed do a new article Merino Cloth* 7 4 wide, tmd much cheaper than herctoloie I he a bo 14* as.ortmcnf Iihf. been selected w th in the last three we ks in .Ni w V oik,and decid edly rnir^li cheapei than prev nu» importations. McKKK, HOBINbON & CO. Nov. 23. fS « \Tk taunts! Beautiful oro de Zan siikt’t do L) <.is \ Alt la tin Nap t lest In ni tlo Satin Plaid do j France With our usual assortment of Florences, kc comprising a lat ee stock of rnshioiial.lt Silks McKEE, ROBINSON k CO v '• is A C'AKl) TO TOR LADIIS. llHISS PI TTS, from Polo,,I urg, If B. take* 11»»* til# tv' (i i inf(.idling ih* Lndiuv Lynchburg ami adjoining counties, thai shi lias taken the commodious dwelling bouse near ly opposite the Franklin Hotel, where In in tniils carry mg on the Mhiihih making h * (teas, in all ils various branches. Having gr« a facilities ol oh'ap.ing regularly (fr^mlhe ( iin of N v' \ ik and f*i dadelpbia.) the very tab *i fashions, she flatter* hers If, from the allentmi -he w ill dev ote to the orders gj,f. (nRy. rereive to merit a share of public patronage,and«ti: ei t;ede ilie necessity of sending orders to a distant S' ate nr I lie t 'ity of Richmond N. B. Orders from the country executed at the slmrie-t notice. Braid Riding Dresses, of the latest fashion ■full 2o. 1^7 .vo i vt. r V V virtue of a tired of trust executed to the Suits, til.er by H, es ( utn<itt^hnni, HiuJ of n l ord in the eletk's office ol Netnon, w j| sold, at the residence ol Pees Cunningham, in tlie county ot Nelson, the miriest „ hie*’ ti.p saj.i Cunningham tins in the ••tatt of Valentine Hilton, deceased, consisting of Nigmes, tog", ti er with Hit- lion-ehold mol kitchen fornilo e, one wagon, foot horses. slock of hogs, cons .., i -heep, and plant .timi utensils. This sale w il take place ott ill 22d of Dcreniher next, and he for cadi Tne subscribei will convex such lille only as is ves'ed in Inin, which j, believed to be unquestionable. aS. L). VVAfIS, Ac'mg Trustee. November 19. (ijs iriV the direclionsofthe will ol John Ham *JD said, dee. latent the couniv of Amherst which will has lieen duly recorded in the Su peril)) Court of said county, will be exposed o sale, on the premises, on the 2d hav ot Jan nary next, that part nf the said Testator’s tract ol land, lying in the county ot Amherst, which adjoins Ihe lands of Anthony Itucker, dec. and which is to oe separated from the remainder of the tract, by the road from Tim ley s line (xv it It the Spring included,) to Win. McDnu ad’s line, to the Mansion House tiact. A Plat and Survey of the land will be piesent on Hie day ot sale—and the laud will be sold to Hie Highest bidder, for cash, unless tlie terms of sale should be otherwise directed by the devi sees, John, Ambrose, Archey, Sophia Polly Painelia ami Caroline, children of the Testator and between whom the proceeds are ditccled to be divided. BKNJ. 1 ALIAFKRRO, High Sheriff Ol Amherst count} , and as such, ad uimi i rat or with tlie will an nexed of John Hansard, _ deceased. . s«-pi.ffi_ „,6 ^TuVicfc. K virtue of a deed of trust, hearing date the 25ih of September, 1828, and duly recorded in the county court of Amherst,made '•> lh«"tns Crews and Sally his wife, i„ which the undersigned are trustees, and in pursuance 'he direction and assent of l|,e said Thomas rcws, will be offered for sale, lo the highest bidder, upon the premises, on the 2tjlh ol De c ent her nest, if ta„, if no,, ,he ncxt f„ir(1 1 .. lract of Land on which the said 1 homa. ( tews l ow resides, lying upon the l.v nchboix road, and containing between 8 and tKHI acres Also, at tbe same lime, a Tract of ... of Greenbrier, containing 1 K) acres Also. ,he following Negro Slav*. : John, Stephen, Karhel, Marshal, Henry Ed mund Caleb. Hannah, Judy, Chaney and Ma i .a. Also, ... head of horse,, one carriage and harness. w„b Hie stock of cattle, bogs, plan.a ion tools, and the wagons, carts and *1^0*? belonging to the plantation. The Land will be sold tor one third cash, and the balance in one ami two y ms, wj,h „ de. d „f |r„s, secure he purchase money ; the Negroes will he sold for cash; and the remainder of the properly on a credit ol sis ntonlhs. bond, "l-Pmvcd security, required k. F. Gardner, . * , . A H. DAVIES. , agree to the above sale, ami will deli ver possession of the Land lo the purchaser on the day of sale, and | hereby waive any and every ..gin .eserved l0 me hv the trust deed Vo re.am the property or pos.pone the. sale there November 19. TH°S CK1^ va^YY vv>yy.\vyyeat7~ r|1''j;S)Ub‘w,:l,er Wi" «ivB 'he highest cash A pi ice tor U heat, delivered at Mitchell’s .. ilTe\ Al'l'l'calion ,o he made a Messrs. McKee k Meem’s. ' Nov. 23 HOWSON 8. WHITE. ts VSTO riCF.. —By virtue of a deed oflru.i *L<J edited to lb« iiihseriber by J,,y,, man. bearing (tale tie-- day of J„tV lk'!" and duty recorded in the ( lech's r fi,lP' ' |k‘'“ County Conn of Amherst, fur proi ,?* '* esprevved ; I w.H sell, «, p„|,|ic cash, at the court-house ef the cm iv ur lierjt, on the 21 i day of December ) '',l> (allowmg valuable Slaves, viz ; |jM, lh* Win,ton, Madison, Newton. Render t\i *.** n Jack and Henry, or so many ol the »,j,| ''**• groey as well he sufTirienl to satisfy „u", n'' the purposes of the said triivl died. Jl„',1,a-V mentioned negroes,or the most of i|,i ‘"V# young, and the must sellable kind, m ,| the attention of purrhasets. ’1 he'tit|P j sidered the vety best, but as I am trustee, only shall convey such 'as is tt o ", "* me JOSEPH PENN, Thki^ 16_ni-o; ^ttOIlCh. Bv virltte of a deed of trust iSJ ecuted to I lie snhsciihers by j.,„ c* Dillard, which is of record in iIip Cleiks e, of Amherst and Bedford, lor the purp. “ c in ejpressed we will sell, at public auction T' cash, to the highest bidder, at (be ,jw bouse of said Dillanl, in the county ,,f ljP<i, on Tuesday the 22d day of Dec. tub,, „fI. fair, if not, the next fair day llierealter nmi , continue fiom day today until completed following real and personal estate in said’drM expressed, to wit : a tract of land situate in |i'P county nt Nelsnfi, and cniilaining fifty also, the one fifth of all the lands of whirl' James London died, seized and possessed t ' ing in A ill heist county : also, the following slaves, viz : Joe a man, .1 lies a man, g,H. ' a atari, Shadrake a man Reuben a man feu tt lad, Bremsford a lad, Preston a boy Hvn,, Jk and her -on George, Rai hel a girl, Anne ‘5 her child a hoy, Mary a girl, Maltha a eil, Harriet a girl, Lydia a gill, Matilda a VUI„P «nman, and Franky and her three child hi'3 David, Belinda and-, (name not ,, pressed) and all Ih incnaseof the limiales alio, all the household and kitchen fuimiure all the plants' ion utensils, nil the horses ca„|(‘ bogs and sheep the entire ciopon'he r.laotiij,,, occupied by said Dillard : also, bis (the ,«„» Dillaid's) interest in the estnteof Jno. VI’Bride deceased, and whatever oilier articles in raid deed named, and not particularly named in this notice, or so much of the said prop, nv will be sufficient to answer the pm poses ol 'said deed. Ami g as trustees, We will . onwi tw|i title as i? ves'eri in "it noil none other ARTHUR B DAV IES > Tn.« LEMUEL J l UNI.lt < 1PC,S Oct. 22. „|,2( \OJUK—Ry virtue i.| u deed of trust, ei ecuted !• tfie subsctilins hy Selli WHr,! S. moe. i.earing date the 23rd di'y id Ociot.er' 1823 and duly admitted to r. tom 'in ib„( olhcei.f the c.im.ijf of fampb.ll, for Cfihnn purposes io said deen specified the sutsciBeij as I ruste. s, w ill, on l-’nd.y in ■ 2.>lhdny «• |)(. cember next upon .tie premi>s, near ,\, ,v 1 •' .don,otter (or sale, to Ihe nigl.esi hidde-, f„r cash, Ihe properly meiiiioued a.id describ'd in -Hid . erd ol Uusi.io wi : -duty (IX ac.ssnf I""'*. l(,«. adjoining il,e loan ol IS, ,v fiondun, with Ihe buildings amt appuriinanes i lnr prnpei ly oilers on eligible situation, lo ihe ,. coinmodalion ..| n pi v.,ie famil,, „r In a ulrlic hon-H Acting as tmdees tie subrri I.i issmI- convey only sueh title as is vesbdin 'belli by suid deed oflrust. .1. HKADRICK, ) Vus HKIS’RV imoW.Y i ee< N,v- w id. .hull and \\ inter Goods. i HE subscriber* having > <,w leccvrdtle M greater pan of their FALL and M> Ir.L UOODS, respectfully invite ilitu , uioii, ei s.nnu purchasers generally , in tiainini lie ir p.esent extensive a-^ortmi tit. in the *,\m V they have the pleasure of ofieimg, jt'the mnsi modi lair pi ices, the following : -iini noi 'dark Italian Lustring* Kicbesl li k. Satin Levantim s biK,,an< o.i.i tiiai k Ui o tie Nap Silks bik. C m it - u fin* dt Zauns, n new article P inled Ball-esse, various shades amt figure* I Kick figured Isinariiii-s, exireuiely cheep i Satins, Alud- s ami E lorenccs, every siiadi ) (no de i\ a I b.lks, I veiy shade ; I etisiaii I laid <iio d- Maps, new style A i w pie* i s ,\:u kin ami Canton C tapes Calicoes, HO extensive and 1 eaul tul assor meat i I,Ik Cii c * utns ai d if, mhaziiicg Lauii-, si,. I noxi il Hahil f mills London brown and impel i ,1 h ue Pelisse Cloths | ‘l-ue "" ' a* lei Merino Clnlhs I aiiibiu i i book Muslins, iidlest figures I lain, Sias and buck do I 6-4 am! 6.4 J.-i taiis and Camhrirs A tew pieces 6-4 Meduini Muslins, elegant 1 I ,i I and t> 4 I Inker Slum Is Men o l.oii Shawls, fnsi order Embroidered I’.iiis ( rape Shawls and Stalls 1 alniei me and Silk Sliaw Is leicc «.H| c , Collaref and Pelerines, splea I recoup. and b -rege Dicks hi,aw Is Artificial Wreaths ami Buses 4-4 and 6-4 Bobbinet Laces, plain and figured J bread and bohbinel Eid-in-s Kicbesl Brussels Laces * ’ Silk and Bobbinet do. handsomest style bobbinet Lace \ . ils, wh.te and black Eme Lawns, and Linen Cambric Hdkfs. Cotton ,Silk and Worsted Hosiery, a lullnssort in ant Fine, and superfine grass bleached Irish Linens A tew pieces sapeiioi Thread Cainhii. ks A beaulilul assortment new tlvle bonnet Bib hous A variety of richest embroidered Bell Ribbons Ladies embroidered Mitts and limse Skiu tj|o VC* A few boxes fancy Cap Ribbons Wtde I usiring Ribbon-, solid colors Ladies and tienllemens' black and while Silk likivcb Plain while Merino Cloths, a new and beautiful article l case fashionable Leghorns, &c. kc. kc. STAPLE goods. A few- pieces extra Jhu £,ig. Clolhs, blue and black An elegant assorlmenl fine ksupeifine English Cloths, including blue, black, ohve, stceJ mis, and every fashionable hade Super double milled Drab Coatings E’ine and supetfine blue and black Cassimeres A lew pieces super Drab, do. double and single milled Superior black, and blue black Silk V. I vet Marseille,, Swar.sdown and Valencia Vesting* Scotch Plaids anil Cninhlei, A few pieces extra Manchester Curds A case anev colored Sa.ineis, fines, finish Several cases medMiHi do. Several bales heavy Point Blankets fAReHrK«S?",,,:lv, K"fli,h l,u,frl iitnnkets ' bo»r "e H,gt81 U"d tf'eapeSt ever Fine and medium flannels of every color Cneeii Serge and Bucking Baiue 5evti,i| |>i< cei in grain Carpetings, handsomest figures 4 4 :::d, 11 m°"n and ble"tllPl1 Dome,lies 0 4 an t 4 4 Plaid do. bhl. 1 bak?0 "! blearl,,,d Sheeting I bale super,unblem bed ,V„ Utand Shir.inp A few pieces 6.4 real Rus ,« Sheetings Severn' ! ,‘.,"d,e-v‘ for servani s weat n ii* baie‘ <l, ubl" ""lied A,my ( foihs Double milled Nap, Cottons. Nnf,. f, A full assortment Spun Colton. A-e. kc kc. Oct. 16 DAV*D & ROBERT KYLE 1jN|0TICE_The fire MoodrJ IJorsH IN STRUCTOR, by Old Vir Etniaii, v% ifI simul thp 4L J »*«>n at tbe Ked Home, Charlotte coon v<*•— lerins, kc. in due season. N „ martin Hancock Oft'.B