The Truth — The whole Truth.
TH E INT ELLIGENC ER
Is published once a week by Howell Cobb, at three,
dollarsa year, to subscribers, when paid in advance
or at four dollars, if not paid until the end of the year.
No paper will be discontinued, but at the option of
<bc Editor, to any subscriber in arrears.
Advertisements and Job Work will be executed at
the customary prices.
Communication to the Editor must be post paid to I
entitle them to attention.
LA VVT LAW I LAW !
The subscriber has located himself at Hickory Flat
.Post-Office, near the centre of Cherokee county, and
intend? practicing LAW i» the various counties
of the Cherokee Circuit: he pledges himself,
promptly and faithfully, to discharge any business in
jiis Professional Line that may be submitted to his
care; to attend to the collection of money due <>n
executions, in any part of tire circuit, for a very rea
sonable compensation, and should any person wish to
ieturn Land, as fraudulently drawn, to ascertain, irn
mediately, whether the Land is worth returning or
not, and notify the informer accordingly. Commu
nications may be sent, by mail, cither to the Post-
Office at which be re rides or to Cherokee court-house
fob Id —3m—l
THE Subscriber has resumed the practice of
Law, and having located himself in Cass
county, will attend to any busines of ’he profession
in the Cherokee Circuit.
CORNELIUS D. TERHUNE,
1j UM PKIJV t Court-Ilouse.
A. B. &,H. Holt have removed to this place
and will practice LAW in co-partnership in all the
counties of the Cherokee circuit and in the adjoin
ing counties of the Western and Chatahochee cir
cuits. ALFRED IL HOLT.
HINES HOLT, jr.
march 30 r 7
' KICHARD M HOLT.
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Having located at Cherokee Court-House, will
practice in (he various branches of the profession, in
the several counties of Cherokee circuit. He promis
es diligence in the adjustment of all business submitt
ed to his care and attention.
The undcislgned has located himself in Cass
County, and will practice LAW in the several counties
of the Cherokee Circuit. All Letters addressed to him
fit Two-Runs, will be promptly attended to.
WILLIAM L MORGAN
Hid W ELL COILIL
ATTORNEY AT LAW’.
Cherokee Court House, Geoigia.
Is now prepared to-attend to any professional bu
rliness entrusted to him. He tenders his thanks to
those persons that have, so liberally patronized him in
the Courts where he has practiced. Communications
to ensure attention, must come post-paid
/■y HE subscriber has obtained from sofne of the
M Judges, and others a number of Decisions made
in important law cases. He expects to enlarge his
Collection ; and so soon as the subscription will au
thorize, to publish them in u plain, cheap style, in
The object of this undertaking is to awaken among
the people a sense of the importance of a
COURT FOR THE CORRECTION OF ERRORS.
.'The Judges, Solicitors, and Members of the Bar,
throughout the state, are respectfully requested to fur
bish authentic reports. To those who may do so, a
n reasonable allowance iu the price of the work will
Utility alone, and not profit, is the object of the un
dertaking. And with this view he solicits warmly the
cooperation of the Bar nnd Bench. His situation as
nn editor will enable, him to print the work more
cheaply than other persons. JOHN G. I’OLHIL.
march 9 —4
Important to merchants,
IMPROVED Fire proof Iron Chests. Safes and
strong money chests for .Merchants nnd Banks.
The improved Pattent or Double Fire Proof Iron
Chests invented and manufactured by the subscriber
offer complete resistance to both Fire and Thieves,
and are allowed to be superior to all others yet in
The Chests have been in extensive use in this and
other cities of the United States for the last three
. years, have been fully tested by fire and are fitted
with locks that cannot be picked. The subscriber has
built many fire proof chests of large dimensions for
the use ot banks, with others the following namely:
for the market bank, the traders bank, and tiie orien
tial at Boston, the Bristal county bank nt Taunton.
Mass, the bank at St. .Marks, the Collector an 1 Trini
dad de Cube, nnd the largest Iron chest in the world
the savings bank in this city, its weight being upwards
of ll,o<M> pounds. o 1 iu
Merchants and others who may wish to purchase a
chest will please address the subscriber, giving the
inside dimensions of the same, as well as the length
and width'of the largest banks in use, or apply to lus
agents. Messrs. J. B Herbert A co. of Savannah, who
have an assortment on hand. The chests are sold by
Weight and cost from 50 to S2OO each.
_ C. J. GAYLF.R,
248 Water-str near Peck Slip, New-York,
Foudrinier and cylinder paper machines. Paper cut
ting machines and Drying inachias, for Calico Prin
ters and Paper Makers, made to order, and warranted
equal to any now in use in the United States.
Also —For sale. J L. Brown's tu|>erior Patent Bab
«nces. graduated to Loma And foreign weights, with
Vol. I—No. 14.
Eh lertai ament,
The subscriber, thankful for the liberal support he
has already received, notifies bis friends and all per
sons visiting this country, that he now keeps and will'
continue to keep, at the above place a
HOUSE OF ENTERTAINMENT.
He wilt, without regard to tremble and expense, pro
vide every thing that will conduce to the comlort,
i pleasure and convenience of those that may call upon
him. He has commodious and well supplied
To which the attention of an experienced Hostler
will be, unremittingly devoted.
NOBLE P BELL,
march 30 7
’’’•VIE Mercer Institute, lor combining study and |
* . manual labour, will go into operation on the 2d '
■ Monday in January next, under the direction of the
j Rev. B. H. Banders >
I'hi: principle object cd the Institution is the educa
tion ot pious young men, who are called to the gospel
ministry and have been licensed by tiie church to
Which they belong, and have a good report ot them
that arc without—and particularly those who areindi
| gent—and such are affectionately invited to bring
> their testimonials and avail themselves gratuitously of
i the advantages of the Institution. But as we have no
' reason to believe that this class of pupils will fill up
the school; it will receive, in addition, as many young
men of good moral character, as can be pro iiled or,
irrespective of religious seutiments. The Committee,
are of opinion that, from the limited state ot its pres
ent accommodations, they will not be able to receive
more than 30 to board on the premises the first Term j
—As fast, as our triends may find themselves well •
pleased with the experiment we may make, as to con
tribute to our means, we design to enlarge our accom- j
modations tor students, and open our doors for them, i
All the branches of science, usually taught in gram- !
mer schools, will be taught in this Institution. No stu- !
dent will be received for less than one year—the year !
will be divided into two terms—the first of six months, i
from the 2d Monday in January, to the 2d in July— I
the 2d of 5 months, from the 3d Monday in July, to
the 3d Monday in December.
BOARD, for all over 16 years of age, will be S3O
for the scholastic year, and $6 for washing ; those un
der 16, at 5 per mouth, having a reasonable deduction
for their labour—each student furnishing his own bed
and candles. For want of funds, board and tuition
will be required in advance, to be paid to the stew
ard. Tuition will be $9 for the first term, to all en
gaged in reading, writing, arithmetic grammar, ge
, ography and history. All the higher branches of
science and the languages, will be taught tor sls the
first term —tne set-one tn proportion
Each student will be required to labour three hours |
each day, five and a halfdays in the week The time |
and kind of labour will be directed by the steward, i
under the control of the Trustees; and each student
will be expected to conform strictly to the regulations
of the Institution. It will be expedient for each stu
dent to have coarse clothes to work in ; and it is de
sired that the wearing apparel of all should be plain '
and cheap, that there may be as little distinction as -
possible, and that the principle of economy may be!
fully carried intoevery department of the Institution.
As our Institution is in its infancy, and in want of ev
ery thing, any useful book, to aid in t< rming a library,
and any implement for labour, or any suitable article
of furniture, that any friend may find it convenient to
contribute, will be thankfully received.
JESSE MERCER, Chairman Com.
TIIO’S STOCKS, Sec'y. pro tcm.
County-Line. < ictober 15,1832. 3
I*. S. As all the books in the same class must be of
the same kind, Booksand Stationary will be kept at
the Institution, at cost, for all those who may not oth
erwise have supplied themselves.
ILF All the Editors in the State, friendly to the
cause of education, and the Editor of the “Christian
Index” are earnestly but respectfully requested to copy
the above circular into their respective papers.
MEDICAL DEPART .MINT. I
The Lectures in this Institution will commence, a I
| usual on the first Monday in November, and continue ■
without intermission, until the first Saturday of
. | March ensuing. The courses are at follow s, viz :
; i Sukolry $ B > Ben j ttmin vv Dudley, M. D.
, Institutes of Medicine i
and Crldwell, M. D-
| Clinical Practice )
i Theory and Practice )
"F > By John E. Cook, M. D.
I Obstetrics and the ? ... >. ... , . ....
' I Diseases of \\ omen , m ‘ B,c hardsan. M. D.
Meteria Medica )
I and >CharleßW. Short, ,M. D.
Medical Botany )
i Chemistry )
and > Lunsford F. Ynndell, M. D.
, | Piiahmai » ?
During tin entire term, the Professor of Anatomy
and Surgery, Lectures nine times each week, and the
I other Professors, daily. Sabbath excepted. Tbc fee i
> of admission to the entire course, including matricula
| lion and the use of the Library, is $1)0 00
s | Graduation ' 20 00
r , Within the past year, large additions have been
: I made to the Medical Library and Chemical Appara
tus By order of the Faculty,
, C W. SHORT, Dean.
I LAW DEPARTMENT.
s j The session ot the Law Department will com
mence on the first Monday in November and continue
i ' four mouths. The students will be divided into class
B ' es and each class separately lectured and examined,
i j daily, Subbath excepted.' Mock court held even
s i Saturday. Students furnished w ith text-books from
j the Library. There are now in the Institution stu
dents from the following states. Mississippi. Tennes
see, Kentucky. Missouri, New-Ydrk and Pennsylva
nia in all respects the will be as during the
I last two years, which is now too well known to re-,
I- 'quire further details.
i .Matriculation and Library Fee $5
d (Ticket to Law-LeetUres 25
I Medical Jui isprudrnce 10
I- A student ojay take either Ticket without the]
fi i other. D. .MAYFS. Prof. Leg
C. CM.DWELL M D. I
i Aruf Mtd. Jurkprudence-’
Cherokee, [C. ll.] Saturday, May 18, 1833.
A LITIL.E «>IaLS years oio, lair sain, blue eyes,
ligh hair and a remarkably pleasent countenance,
CAROLINE HAWKINS BULLOCK,
who can read very well, was lust un the the Itith ull.
six miles east of Courtland, near the road, leading to
Decature. Hundreds of men have searched in ever}
direction throughout the neighborhouu. and no trace
of her can be found. The above reward w ill be giv
en tor her delivery, and any intormation respecting her
whether dead or alive, thankfully received.
April 6—B JOHN BULLOCK,
EZT Diligent search has been made and as no tract
of the above child can be found, the distressed par->
euts have boon indused to believe that she has been
stolen. All editors will confer a favor on the deeply
distressed, by giving the above an insertion in their re
situated at cincinatti.
’lhe Lectures in this lnstituli.,u will commence
I on the last Monday in October and continue until
the last week i>i February. The addition to the C'»l
. ledge Edifice will be completed by the middle of Oc
! tober. and the whole structure will be found to afford
the most ample accommodation that can be desired
in such an establishment. The Faculty consists of the
following persons :
Jededihh Cobb, M. D. Professor of Anatomy and
Thomas D. Mitchell, M. D. Professor ofChymistry
James .M. Staughton, M. D- Professor as Surgery.
Charles E. Pierson. M. L>. Professor of Materia
John 'forehead, M- D, Professor of Obstetrics and
Diseases of W«>tn< n and Children.
John Eberle, M. D. Professor of the Theory and
; Practice of Medicine.
The cost of the entire course including the use of
the Library, and the privilege of attending at the
. Hospital twice a week is ninetv-three dollars.
THOMAS D. MITCHELL,
■ Dean of the Faculty.
Cincinnati,ept. 25, 1632. S
OFFICE OF PHE LADY’S BOOK,
Number three Athenian Liuildings Philadelphia.
L. A. GUDEY & CO.
EbPEi if* UILI niloiiu their patrons, that
in consequent ot t new arra.>gf mem in their
Printin establishment, they nill be able henceforth
to issue the La<iy s Book regularly, about ihe com
mencement of each month. I bis, it is believed,
will be found 01 general advantage to subscribers.
The February number of the Lady’s Book con
| tains the usual original articles of great merit
! The embellishments have been uuopted and pre
pared with attentive care, and it is believed will give
! i iversal tatishieiion. Ilu frontispiece, respect
uug the Queen of belgitun, is at this juncture, pe
culiary appropriate, and has much merit as a pic
ture. The whole length of Napoleon is one of the
specimines of that style ot engraving, which has
ever been presented to the public, and reflec's
high credit on the artist, r Lubhren. The Mer
maid of Martin .Meer, though of a different kind, i
no less excellent. Lord Byron’s beautiful stanzas
"There is none of beamie’s daughtets,” set t<
music by an eminent composer, will bs found in
this number. L- A. Go-ley & Co take this op
portunity of requesting agents to forward thesuu
which they m y respectively be indebted, as they
are anxious to close the accounts of the last year
Delinquent subscribers are once more invited io
liquidate the claims against them. The numbet
of new subscribers received since the commence
ment of tt.e present year has been very gratifying,
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HORTICULTURAL ESTABLISHMENT :
Comprising a Seed and Implement Store, a genera
Agricultural Agency and the Office of the American
Farmei, at No. 16, South-street, Baltimore: In
connection with a stock and experimental Farm
Garden and Nursery, in the vicinity.
The subscriber, proprietor ot the above named es
tablishment, respectfully informs Farmers, Gardeners
and the public generally, and dealers particular, that
. he is prepared to execute orders in any or ull of its de
! payments ; and he solicits those who feel interest in
i his plan to furnish him with their address, free of ex-,
pense to him, on receipt of which he will forward to
them an extra number of Iris paper, the American
Farmer, containing a full description of his establish
ment, and a priced catalogue of Seeds, Ac. for sale.
In every village in the Union, a quantity large or
small of CHOICE GARDEN SEEDS would find a
ready and profitable sale, nnd the advertiser has pre
pared his Seed-Store specially with a view to supply
dealers on very liberal terms, for cash or acceptance in
• Baltimore, with first rate seeds, papered and labelled,
! put up in boxes expressly for country dealers IJ e
, ventmes to affirm, that for those w ho desire any of the
articles cotnpri-ed in hisextensiveestablishmeut there
i is not in the United States a more eligible place than
1 this to apply tor them, as it is a repository in which
are concentrated, or may be procured on short notice,
■ from all parts of our country, and not a few are from
; remote partsofthe earth , a vast variety many of which i
are very rare and valuable, of Seeds, Plants, Trees,
Roots. \ ines. Domestic Animals Roots Implements, I
; and last, though not least, a constant fund of timely I
and important information on almost every subject in
teresting to a cultivator of the soil. This last is im
parted weekly to subscribers, for a small annual con
tribution. through the columns of the American Fann-1
er, in which are indicated also, by advertisement and
otherwise, (he supplies of choice commodities, both
I animal and vegetable, as they are received at the es
i tablishment. Tne subscriber is agent also for ti e
i principal Nurseries and Gardens in the Union ; and !
; tor several celebrated breeders of fine cattle, sheep
and other domestic animals : also for the Unifed So- i
j cicty of Shakers, at New-Labanon, N Y a full as-1
. sortment of whose celebrated Garden Seeds, fresh ;
J and genuine, may at all times be bad from him,
j wholesale and retail on the best term®.
Address, J. IHTCHCOCK.
march S 3—€ a J
NEW-YORK TYPE FOUNDRY.
Established in 1813.
THE Subscriber has completed a new edition of
his book of .specimen, with which his customers and
other Printers disposed to buy from him, may be
supplied on application at his foundry, Nos. 18 and
20, Augusta street, behind the City Hall. Hew.ould
remaik, for the int>n mation ot those who have not
been, in the habit of dealing with him, and because a
diff< rent practice has been extensively introduced,
lhatjiis -Book 'contains nothing but lhe actual produc
tions of his own Foundry, and presents a4rue speci
men of what will be furnished to orders. The as
sortment is very complete, has been deliberately and
carefully, in twenty years, brought, to its present
' high state of perfection, and embraces a variety of
styles adopted to diffrerent tastes, and to lhe various
departments of Printing, Newspaper Book and Job,
highly finished, and cast of the most serviceable me
tal. Not to notice the varieties which are distire
guished by their numbers in the Book, it contains
ROMAN & ITALIC 27 sizes, from Twelve-line
Pica to Pearl.
TWO-LINE and TITLE, 15 sizes, Two Line
Columbian to Agate.
SHADED, 13 sizes, Ten-line Pica, to Long
ITALIAN, 7 sizes, Seven-line Pica to Long
ANTIQUE, 17 sizes, Ten-line Pica to Nonpariel. I
1 BLACK. 12 sizes, Four-line Pica to Minion.
I OPEN BLACK, 5 sizes. Four-line Pica to Great
| SCRIPT, 2 sizes, Double Small Pica, and Great
i Besides Music, Back Slope, Ornamental Letters,
i Lottery Figures, Piece Fractions. Superior Astrono
mical. and other Signs, Space Rules, Brass Rules.
Ornamental Dashes, Long Braces, more than 200
; kinds of Flowers, and 1000 Cuts and ornaments for
i Books. Newpapers aud Scientific works.
Orders tor any of these, and also for Presses. Chas
es, Composing Sticks. Cases, Furniture, Printing
Ink, or tiny thing required in the Printing business,
will be executed on the most favorable terms, A with
the utmost promptitude, a large s.ackofthe Foundry
articles bei-.g always on nand.
Ncw’-York, Jan. 28,1832.
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within the year.
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Agents or others are allowed one paper gratis for
live responsible subscribers; they may retain a com
mission of twelve per cent. W’hen the money is re
mitted in advance. Agents, on these terms, will be
held responsible for every one for whom they may
order our paper.
Address, post paid or left at the post-office.
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A Family Newspaper, of the largest class,
\t only two dollars per annum, payable in advance
Enlargement and Improvement.
The publisheis of the Saturday Courier gratefully
acknow ledge the extensive and unexampled patronage
which they have received. Scarcely eighteen months
have passed since the commencement of their paper,
and the list of subscribers now’ exceeds ilevrn thousand.
a fact which sufficiently attests the high standing which
the COURIER enjoys in public estimation
The plan of the Saturday Courier is so comprehen
sive as to embrace every variety of topics which can
be introduced into a public journal Literature—
Science—the Arts—Foreign and Domestic News—
Police Reports—Sporting intelligence—a Register of
Passing Events —Commentaries on New Publications
-—Dramatic Criticisms, and other subjects, receive
constant and sedulous attention ; and the publishers
do not hesitate to assert that in the interest, novelty,
appropriateness, diversity and general excellence of
its contents, the Courier may fairly claim precedence
over any similar publication.
The Literary Department of th’.s Paper is supplied
by original contributions from the best and most dis
tinguished American writers ; and selections carefully
and judiciously made from the w hole range of English
fMM-iodieal limrature Whatever can be olhatned,
whether at home or abroad, calculated to amuse, in
terest or instruct, provided it be suitable, is procured j
and published, without reference to expense or!
In furnishing News, foreign or domestic, the pub
lishers of the Saturday Courier have very great ad- '
vantages, and they confidently appeal to the past ex-1
perience of their patrons to sustain them in saying tha
they have, generally, been, in this respect, in advance
of their w eekly contemporaries.
, The SATURDAY COURIER is the larked Paper
! v.ntonntcled with politics,published in the United States.
i It has always been printed on a sheet of greater size
and contained, by actual admeasurement, a larger
amount ot reading matter than any other weekly !
journal of a purely miscellaneous character. Not
withstanding, this superiority, the publishers, anxious
, not merely to merit, but to insure a continuance and
’ extension of their great patronage, determined to in
i crease the size and otherwise improve the Courier so I
as to make it beyond all question, the largest, cheap
est and most desirable weekly paper In this country 1
mar 9—4 J I
1 EVERY SATURDAY MORNING
Whole No. 14.
The subscriber respectfully informs all who mat
draw LAND in the Gold or Land
That he has made arrangements for the
~Pf. suc h as I .JW.y favor him with a CALL.
He will give any information in his power, to persoqj
exploring the country, especially the
SIXES, GOLD MINES ;
As his Stand is within a few miles of said Mines and.
on the Road from Warsaw’ to Cherokee court-house.
He would, also observe, that he expects in a shori
time, to be furnished with a
General MAP of Um COUNTRY.
There is a Post-Office kept at his House
Where the MAIL
Arrives every Saturday by 11 o’clock a. m.
Bringing Milledgeville papers up to Thursday,
lie has now on haad, and intends keeping &
GOOD SUPFLY Os
Generally used in
Where persons can, at all times, be supplied
withan assortment of
All of which are offered on the most liberal terms
Hickory Flat, Cherokee county— feb 16—1
The subscriuerhas opened a
ENTER TA IN ME NT,
At the village of New-Echota in Murray county,
where he Hatters himself from the unremitted attention
ot himself and brother, to be able to give general satis
faction to ail his Iriends who may favor him with their
patronage. His Table will be furnished with the best
the country can afford. His Stables will be well sup
plied with Provender and under the care of an atten
tive Ostler. No pains will be spared or expense*
avoided that will conduce to the convenience of those
that may visit his House; and his charges will be ac
commodated to the times A few constant Borders
will be taken. This Establishment is airy and pleas
ant. The subscriber will, also, be able to give LAND
examiners, in the Cherokee territory, information in
relation to value and quality, in the most valuable
i parts of the territory ns well as directions to them..
From the situation ot Echota, being immediately on
the road from ihe western parts of Georgia to East and
VVest Tennessee, situated at the head of Oostonollu
River and junction of Coosawattce and Ccnnasauge.
Rivers, at which place there is the only ferry on said
rivers this must be the crossing place for all travellers
to the westward. His House is the first on the Road
south of M’Coy’s Ferry.
COUNTY OF CHEROKEE.
I have ndw in the hands ot the Engraver, which
will be c impleted by the first of November next, a
•general and accurate MAP ot the Cherokee country,
drawn from the returns of the District Surveyors.—
Owing to the great number of Lots into which the
country has been divided, particularly the Gold Re
gion, and the large dimensions of the sheet it will re
quire, to have ali Ihose numbers distinctly and accu
rately laid down, 1 have thought it advisable to lortn
the Map into separate and distinct sections ; which I
designate as Gold Map and l.and Map.
All the Land districts in the territory are laid down
on one sheet, and constitute a distinct uud separate
Map by themselves.
The districts reserved and surveyed ns Gold dis l
tricts, are divided into three sheets or Maps. Districts
Nos. J, 2, 3,4, 5, 11, 12, 13, Hund 15, of the first
section, foim the first Map.
Districts Nos. 1,2, 3, 14. 15, IG, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21
and 22, of the second section, form tiie second Map.
Districts Nos. 1,2, 3,4, 17, 18, 19,20, 21 and 22 of
lhe third section, and districts Nos. 1,2. 3, 16 and 17
of the fourth section, form the third Map. On these*
Maps will be found each district in the territory, with
every square lot of Land and Fraction distinctly laid
down and numbered —all Mountains, Rivers, Creeks,
Branches, Roads, Ferries, &c. arc correctly and
The Map will be handsomely engraved, printed on
strong silk paper, colored and put up in Morrocu
cases, at the following prices, viz :
Land Map §5 00
Gold Maps $3 50 each, or for the three 10 00
Gold and Land Maps, comprising
the whole Territory 15 00
Persoti. <ifsi«-oiis of obtaining this valuable Map,
i will do well to inform the publisher soon, as but a ii-
I tnited number can be obtained during the drawing of
■ the lotteries. °
I All communications addressed to the subscriber, in
I Milledgeville, Ga. postage paid of course, will meet
■ with prompt attention.
Gold and Land Maps.
Owing to the delay of some of the surveyors, in
making their returns, and the consequent delay that
I has unavoidably attended the publication of the Gold
Maps of Cherokee, I have concluded to reduce the
' price of them from TEN to SIX DOLLARS The
Gold Map is divided into three parts, and the price ot
the three, comprising all tiie Gold Districts, with the
I exception of the eleventh in the Cist section, which
has not yet been returned, w;d hereafter be six dollars
lor two dollars filly cetnts each I have also now pre
* paring, which will be completed in a few weeks u
I CHART representing all the QUALITIES of, arid
IMPROVEMENTS on. every Lot on my Land Map
I which, together with the Mep, will be sold for FIVE
DOLLARS All persons who have purchased, anti
I all who may hereafter purchase, the Land Map. shall
. receive a List of the Qualities, gratis, so soon ss coni'