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EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT, GA. >
Milkdgtoillt, 2OJh Feb. 1833. f
r HAT the District Surveyors elected under the p^
visions nf an act nf tha General Apsembly, lor tha
THF. FERMENT OF A FREE, IS PREFERABLE TO THE TORPOR OF A DESPOTIC, GOVERNMENT."
ATHENS, GEORGIA,) TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1832.
GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY.
W HEREAS OharW Strong, senior, exjeutor on
111,; estate of William Strone, senior, late nt
PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY,
. By Albon Chase.
Terms.—Three dollars per year, payable in advance,
or Four dollars if delayed to the end of the year. The
latter amount will be rigidly exacted of all who fail to
xneot their payments in advance.
No subscription received for less than one year, un
less tho money is paid in advance; und no paper will
he discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at
the option of the publisher. A failure on the part of
subscribers to notify us of their intention of relinquish*
roent, accompanied with the amount due, will be con
sidered as equivalent to a new engagement, and pa
yers sent accordingly.
Advertisements will be inserted at tho usual rates.
I.elters to tho Editor oil matters connected
with tho establishment^ must bo post paid in ordo) to
id*’ Notice of the sale of Land and Negroes by Ad
ministrators, Executors, or Guardians, inu3t lie publish
ed sixty day* previous to the day of salo.
The salo-of Personal Property, in like manner, roust
bo published/orty days previous to the day of sale.
Notice to dobtors and creditors of an estato must be
published forty days.
Notice that Application will be made to tho Court of
Ordinary for Leave to sell Land or Negroes, most be
Notice tliat Application will be made for Letters of
Administration, must bo published thirty days, and for
Letters of Diamiasion, six months.
C LARK Sheriff's Sale.--On the first Tues
day in APRII. next, will be sold at the .Court
House in the town of Watkinsville, Clark county, within
the usual houra of sale, thb following property,to wit:
One Hundred and seventy Acros of Land,
more or less. I vine on tho watore of Porter's Crook.
Adjoining Appling, Allen and others : levied on a# the
property ofThomas Wheeler, to satisfy a fi. fa. in fa
vor of Murray & Humphreys, for thu uso of Edward
Quinn A Co. vs. Thomas Wheeler.
A T the same time and place tho following pro
perty, to wit:
Fifty Acres of Land, more or Ic3S, adjoin
ing Hopkins and others. Also, Forty Acres of Land,
more or less, whereon Mrs. Doolittle now lives, ad-
mining Echols and ollicrB, ono road Wogon, and four
horses : levied on as tho property of William Yar-
hiniigli, to s'alisf} 0 fi. fa. in favor of John Nesbil, vs.
y. iiliam Yarbrough, Anselmn L. Harper, John W.
U:,.per and Abraham Doolittlo, security on tho stay.
Ojie bay Horae about nine years old, two
SorferMaree, one about ten, ll\e other..boot tour years
old: levied on as.the propertyofDaniel Craft, to sa
tisfy a ft. fa. in fnvor of Stevons Thomas, vs. Daniel
c ..ft and John W. Thomas.
Ono light Road Wagon and two pair hind
Harness, sad one Sorrel Mare with three whito feet,
About four years old : ’levied on as tho property of Ed
vard Craft, to satisfy a fi. fa", in favor of Saunders &
Gilmore, vs. Edward Craft and Dauicl Craft, security
’"Feb'.'as! ISAAC S. VINCENT,WIT.
( 1 LARK SHERIFF’S SALE.—Will ho
d sold, on tho first Tuesday in MAYnext, at
the Court Uouse in the town of Watkinsville, Clark
county, within tho lawful hours of sale, the following
property, to ml:
Six Negroes, to witAmy a woman about
twenty-five years of ago; I.izy a giri, about four yours
nld; George a boy, about two years old; Joo a hoy,
about six years old ; Lindysgirl, about four years old;
end Nelson a boy, about five years old : levied on as
the property of Gabriel A. MolTctt, to satisfy a fi.-fa.
issued on tho foreclosure of a mortgage in favor of Ste
vens Thomas, vs. said Moffett.
Eeb. 23. ■ JAMES HENDON, D.Sh’jf.
ALL Sheriff's Sale.—On tho first Tues
day in APRIL next, will ho nold, at tho Court
House in the town of Gnincsvillc, Hall county, within
iho usual hours of sale, tho following property, to wit:
Ono Hundred Acres of Land, moro or less,
adjoining Casey and othfers, on the waters of the Grove
HivtXtt levied on as the property of John V. Cotter, to
satisfy sundry fi. Aw. one in fovor of Penonl Quarles
fund others, vs. said Cotter.
One Hundred and Fifty Acres of Lund,
more or leas, lying on the Mnlborry Fork of tho Oco
nee River, wlfercon John McKiii.ey now lives' levied
un as tho property of Asa Wbidbey, to satisfy a fi. fa.
sued from a Juatico’s Court In favor of Mathew Long,
va. John McKintojr, maker, and Asa Whidbey indor
ser. Levy made and returnod to mo htr a Constable.
Feb. 23. JACOB EBEKHA11T, Sh’ff.
H ALL SlicrilPs Snlo.—On the first Titos.
day in APRIL next, will be sold, at tho Conr-
House in the town ofGciiucsville, Hall county, within
'he usual houreofsale, the following property, to wit:
Ono Negro Girl, by tho name of Hatriot,
about seven years old : levied on as tho property of
Collins Smith, to satisfy a mortgaged fi. fe. in favor of
Benjamin L. Goodman, vs. said Smith. Property poin
tedout in said fi. fa.
Jan. 31. A. CUASTAtN, D. Sh’ff.
GEORGIA, OGLETHORPE COUNTY.
Inferior Court, sitting for Ordinary purposes,
September Term, 1831.
Present their Honors John Banks, Edward Cox, and
Thomas R. Andrews.
T HOMAS EDU ARDS, administrator of L'ttlcber-
ry Edwards, deceased, states to the Court that
lie has fully settled up the Estate of said deceased,
prays to bo dismissed therefrom, therefore ordered that
all porsons concerned, aro required to file their
objections agreeably tv taw,or letters Hjjaiistiorv will
issue in six months.
An extraet from the minutes of tha Court, this 6th
WILLIAM II. SMITH, Clk.
Copt/ of a Lost Note.
W HEN I recf'ivo Micajii’t Bond’s d***d to Lot No.
6, on square. W. in th** town of Eatonlon, then
I owe John Raacliff fitly dollar*.
(Signed) HENRY BRANHAM.
(On the back:)
I endor«o the within Noto.
(Signed) GEORGE HUGHS.
GFORGIA, CLARK COUNTY.
P ERSONALLY came bafora me, I A. Parker, and
being duly sworn, this drponont -otiiit the Note
of which the ahovo is a copy, ‘ms been destroyed by
fire, accidentally, and 'hat iio bus no certain recollec
tion of the day or date of Raid note or endorsement.—
Sworn toand subscribed before me this 11th dav /i f Jan-
uary, 1832. IbAAC A. PARKER.
EtUELDRF.D SORRKLL, J. P.
Jan. 17 -3—m3in. ,
Copy of a Lost Note.
O NE day after date I promise to pay William
Wilson, or bearer, thirteen dollars and fifty cent a,
for value received. C. C. COLWELL.
5th August, |S27.
GEORGIA. OGLETHORPE COUNTY.
Superior Court, April Term, 1831.
I T appearing to the Court that William S. Wilson
haB lost or mislaid the original Note, of which
above it in substance a true copy: Ordered, that the
above copy be, at tho next term of thisf’ourt, estab
lished in lieu of said lost original, unless caus** bi
■hewn to the contrary. And that this Rule be publish,
ed once a month for three month* previous to the next
term ufthia Court, in the Athenian.
A true extract from tho minutes of said Court.
JOHN LANDKUM, Clerk
the estate of William Strong, senior, late nt’
Clark county, deceased, applies to me for letters of dis
mission from tho further administration of said estate:
These aro therefore to cite and admonish all and sin
gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be
and appear at my office within the time prescribed by
law, to shew cause, if any they have, why said let
ter* should not be granted.
Given under iny hand this 5th of March, 1832.
JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. o.
GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY,
W HEREAS Gabriel A. Moffat, Administrator on
the estate of John Hall, late of Stint Clair
county, Alabama, deceased, applies to inc for letters of
Dismission from the further administration of said es
And whereas Gabriel A. Moffat, Administrator on
the estate of Peggv Strong, late of Clark county, dre’d,
applies to me for fetters of Dismission from tho forth
administration on said r ratf:
And whereas Gabriel A. .Mnfifet, Administrator on
the estate of lark Strong, late of Clark county, dec’d,
applies to mo f.*r letter* of Dismission from the further
administration on said estate;
And whereas Gabriel A. Mofiet, Administrator on the
estate of Harriet Strong, late nf Clark county, dec*u»s*
ed, applies to me for tatters of Dismission from the fur
ther administration on said estate r
These arc therefore to cite and admonish nil and sin
gular the kindred and reilitors of said deceased, to be
and appear af my office within the time proscribed by
law, to shew cause, if any they have, why said letters
should not be granted.
Given under tny hand this 4th October, 1831.
JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. o.
GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY.
W HEREAS James Meriwether administrator
the celute ofDuncan G. Campbell, deceased,
applies for lctfer. oPDismieeion from l ho further ad
ministration ofsaid eetata:
Tlioso are therefore to cite and admonish all aed
singular the kindred and creditor, of said deceased, to
be und appear at my office within tha time prescribed
by law, to shew cause if any they have, wby aid4*4-r--
tor* should not bo granjed. '
Given under my hand this 13th Oct. 1831,
JOSEPH LIGON. e. c. o.
H ALL Sheriff’s Sale.—On tho first Tugs-
day in APRIL next, will ho said, nl the
Court-house in the town of Gainesville, Hall county
within the ueual hours of sale, the following property,
One I.ol of Land No.’43, in the 12th Dis
trict of llall countylevied on as the property Manoah
Stephens, to satisfy a ti. fa. issued from Franklin Infe
rior Cqurt in favor of Osborn Garner, vr.Manoah Ste
phens and William II. Underwad'd, and Tho/na* King,
endorsers. Property pointed out by said Underwood.
Fifty Acres of Land, more or lesa, tvhcrcon
Cjtry tv. Jackson now lives : levied on as the proper*
ty of Cary tV Jackson, to satisfy two fi. fas. issued
iron: a Justice's Court in favor off. J. Murray,vs. said
Jackson. Property pointed out by plaintiff. Levy
ntacKaid returned to me by e Constable.
Feb. 87. . A. CHASTAIN, 8h'ff.
A BUN Sheriff^ Sale.—On tho first
Tuesday in APRIL next, will be aolJ at the
»Lnu«.iii the town of Clayton, Itabun county,
^Uiin the usual hours of eule, the following property,
One Lot No. 60, in the 13th District of.
originally Habersham, now Rabun county : levied or.
Mth- property Of Victor Smith, to satisfy a fi. fa. is-
"mied tram rranlitin Superior Court io favor of John
tninior..., vs. Victor Smith.
Wert-hP. JAMES ». IIRNK.ON, fifc’.ff.
GEORGI A, CLARK COUNTY.
W HEREAS Richard Richardson applies to me for
letters of Dismission from the further adminis
tration on tho estate of Sarah Perkins, deceased :
These are therefore to cite and adinnnish ail and tin
gutar, the kindred and creditors of said dcreased, to
be and appear at my office within thr time prescribed
by law, to show cause, if any they have, » hy said let
ters should not hegranted.
Given under my band this 9th Nov. 1831.
JOSEPH LIGON, o. c o
GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY.
W HEREAS F.theldred Sorrell, administrator on
tho estato nf Lewis Barnett, deceased, npplics
to mo for lettbts nf diamission from the further admin
istration of said estate :
These aro therefore to cite and admonish all ond sin
gular tho kindred and creditors ofsaid deceased,to be
and appear at my offico within the time prescribed by
low, to shew cause, it* any they have, why said ietters
should not bo granted.
•Given under my hand this 21 st day of Jan. 1839.
JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. o.
GEORGIA, JACKSON COUNTY.
W HEREAS William Knnx, administrator dihonis
non of William Patton, deceased, applies to me
for letters of dismission frnmthe further administration
on said estate:
Tlicxoaro therefore tocile and admonish, ill and sin
gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be
and appear at'my office, within the time prescribed by
law, r» -herr caunu, if any they have, why said Letters
should not be granted.
Given under ray hand this 5th day of March, 1832.
WILLIAM COWAN, q. c.o.
4 GREF, ABLY to an order of the honorable tho In-’
I’erior Court of Clark comity, when ciyior fur or
dinary purposes, will bo sold nu the first t'A’ScJnv in
April next, at the Court-house of Muscogee county.
Lot No. 59, in the 7th District of Muscogee county,
belonging to Willis B. and Clarainond A. i lnrrey, or
phans of John Harvey, deceased. Sold foi the bene
fit ofsaid orphans Terms made known on the day
THOMAS MncKOY, Cimlien
in'right if'his Wife.
ILL bn sold on Friday the 6th day of April next,
▼T at the residence of Charles P. W therspoon,
la»«* of lacks >n county deceased, all tha pe» tonal prop
«rty belonging to the estate of said decena-d, consist
ing of horses, hogs, corn, cotton, cattle, household and
kitchen furniture, iic. Sold for the benefit >f the hei r s
and creditors. Terms made known on the t'ay of sale,
which will continue from dnv to day until 111 is Mold.
n t I'H H. WITIIEKSPOO' , Ad i»r.
Feb. 14 7 ids.
\ DM I NIST R AT HI X’S BILE.
W ILL be sold nf the Court House ».» Jackson
county,on the first I'uesday in Vtv next, a
Neffr.-* Aomin iiwmod b.•longing to flu? I'MttttC Ilf
William Shaw, deceased. Soli) for the benefit ol the
creditors and legatees of said estate. Terms made
known on the dav of sale .
.SUSANNAH SHAW, Exr’x.
\ DMINLSTRATORS* SALE.
n JTlLLbesold on Thursday thr fiftliof April, agree
ably to the la^t will und testament of Patrick
Cash, late of the county of Jackson, deceased all the
personal property belonging to said estate, consisting
of horses, cattle, oxen and curt, hogs, sheep, a set of
blacksmith’s tools, a Jersey wagon, corn, fodocr, oats,
wheat, h*>n«fhold and kitchen furniture, an* sundry
other articles too tedious to mention. •Terns made
known on the day of sal** "
All persons having claims ngainst tho estate of Pat
rick Cash, deceased, will render hem in acceding to
law ; also, those indebted are requested to tiake im
SAMUEL BARNETT, J . . .
LUD VELL WORSHAM, S A<, nr
IVo. 21,—8—tde, .
ADmiNIS ,, 'JI tTOft'9 fLvC'iv. ,
4 GRF.EABLY to an order of the honorable tw In
ferior Court of Hall county, when siuinu as a
Court of Ordinary, will be Hold at tho Couit-Hnise in
Hull county, on the first Tuesday in June next, six
likelv negroes, to wit: Rose, a negro womon ; Mima-
el, n negrb mno; Austin, a boy, 17 or 1H yeurs old ;
I.rah a girl, fifteen or sixteen years old, llr.ity a
gid, 5 years old, and Mnhalu a girl, 3 years old,
belonging * the estate of Elizabeth Guthrie, dne’d.
Sold for the benefit of the heirs nr.d creditors.
LfcROY GUTIIRIF, Ailm’r.
'’arch 13. II—tls
F OUR month-* ufter date application will be matle
to the honorable tlielnfnrior court of MnJifon coun
ty A/heo fitting forordinary purposes, for leave to sell
the Real Estate of Nelson Thompson, illegitimate, late
of said e.iunity, deceased.
Vf'.LIAM THOMPSON, Adm'r.
Nov. 2U. *48—w4rn
P OUR m«*nihs after date application will be mode
♦o tut honorable the inferior court of Oglethorpe
ounty, when sitting f ' ordinary purposes, for leave to
sell a part of a tract of land in »aid county, belonging
to me estate d VVm. . Baldwin, Ir.cr? of ^u'd oountv,
deceased. EMOMAS C. BILLUPS, K , , *
• - ’'Adtn'rs.
Nov. 1 ".—46 -u4n».
I ^OliU months aOcr date application wil bn made
to tin* honomhlc the inferior court of Ribun conn-
ie, wh**n sitting for ordinary purposes, for I avo to sell
ihs real estate ot'Jnmea Strother, late of siid county,
deceased. . Sold lor the benefit of tho heirs ind credit-
or • of said decLttScd.
JAMES B. HENSON,). . .
^ A. MILLER, 'j tdm’rs.
F OUR ’n inths after (late .j'phcati
to '.ke MonoruMu the Inferior
ur.iy, when sitting for ordinary purpoMr; for leave
U a!l toe Real Keta'n of Joscp'i McC itcltcn, dr
e*ed. ROBERT M’CUTCHEf, Adm<
T HE subscribers have removed their establishment
to the Now building directly o|i[io«i(o their old
stand, where they intend continuing their business up.
on a more extensive scale. I laving experienced work •
men, end being well supplied with the best uialeiinle,
they tire prepared to build to order, either Carriages,
Baroncbcs, Gigs, Sulkies and Tilhorrics, or any oth
er article nfconvcyanco m their lino of business. Tlioy
intend by strict attention to business, and tho faithful
manner tit w hich their work almll he executed, to con
tinue to deserrt) that patronage they have heretofore
so liberally received. Repairing done in the neatest
maimer, and at the shortest notice. AH kinds of hail-
dlery and harness making, und repairing dune in the
best manner. -
Sign and orname.ntnl painting will continue to bn
executed in their usual style.
CLARK & YOUNG.
fSIHE Subscriber has r<H:cived und is receiving an
J. addition Xu bin former stock of Goods, embracing
among many others, tho following articles, which lie
will soil on luii terms for cash, or ou a reasonable credit.
Dry Malaga, do.
Marseille* Madeira, do.
Muscat Wine, best for
N. E. Rum,
Sugar* Loaf and Brown,
i*ouchong , Tea J
survey and distribution hy lottery, of lands iu the. orcij.
pancy of the Cherokcrs, and of other lands claimed no
Creek lands, passed on the 21st day of December, 1830,
do give iheir personal attendance, at the State liouso
in Milledgeville, oil Monday the 2d day of April next,
for the pui pose of tiling their bonds,and taking the oath,
prescribed by law, adjusting their chains and compas
ses, and complying fully with ail *md singular the ra-
qnisitions of mi id act, then and there to lib observed nbd
p rforined. Immediately after which, they will bo or
dered to proceed to the execution of th^ surveys requi
red by said act, and by an net of the General Assembly,
to luy out tho Gold Region into small lots, and dtsposo
of the same by separate lottery, panned on : he 24th da^
of December, 1831. By order of the Governor.
WILLIAM J. W. WELLBORN,
Secretary Executive Departm’L
Feb. 29.-0—2t. ■
White end Bed Lead,
GW— t ctlaw,
Terra do tieiuin,
Lamp block, .
Linseed Oil, and
HARDWARE & CUTLERY.
Wafllo and Wafer Irons, Stoek and Pad-Loeks,
Fine Pocket 6l Penknives, Nails
Tabic Knives in selts, Steelyards, .
Guns and Pistols, Patent Cast Steel Axes.
P E RFUMEIt Y.
Puffs and Boxes,
Bear and Macas^ax Oil,
Together with a variety of other articles, consisting of
Hols, Shoes, Boots, Clocks, Leghorn Bonnets, Child
ren’s Caps, China Ornninents, Saddles and Bridles,
Blacking in Jugs and Bottles, Match Lights, Wagon
and Carriage ’' hips, Umbrellas, Indelible Ink, Carmine
and Prussian Blue Saucers, Sic. &c. tzc.
1 variety of School, Classical, and
Together with every article of Stationary usually relied
for. Orderu for hooka from Aeadniniea or School:*, lo
cal or oilu r profoaaloiial gentlemen, will he promptly
executed either in Boston, Neiv-York or Philndclpliiu,
upon a« -trod terms as they can he ufhmled in any
Southern market, GEORGE W, SIIAW.
Athena, Jan. 24.—4—If.
F OUR months afterdate application wii bn made
til the honorable Ihe Inferior Courtp f Jackson
conntv, when aittinp for nrdinarypurpnaeslfor leave to
troll Lot No. 50, in the 17ih District of fornje ly Henry,
now DcKath county, containing two tumdr- ■! t«-o and
n lialf Acres, it licin" pari of the Real Estate of Jo cpli
Harrison, deseased. Sold for the benefit df die heirs.
T1LMAN 11 ARRIS JiT, Kx’r.
Dee. 0. —49—tv4ut.
O N the roaB
F OUR months after dale application wp be made
to the honorablo thu Inforior Court olOqlethnipi-
county, when sitting for ordinary pnrposik. for leave
toaeli the Beal Estate of Jane Bradshaw, iKccnerd.
JOHN LANDRUM, Adm’r,
Nov. 15.—4C—wlm. I
F OUR months after date application «j!i he made
to Ihe Imnorablo tha Inferior court otllicksnn eo.
when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leavi-to sell the
real estate of John Thornton, late of eaid county de
ceased. JACOB RIDI.ING, Olardian.
M T80UR month* after date application ws bo made
. to the honorable the Inferior Court If Jaekscm
eountv, whtn sitting for ordinnry purpoeeq for leave
to solfa part oftlie Negroes belonging to tip estate of
Elijah Shaw, deccised.-
Feb. 7 —6—w4m. !
F OUR months after dale application will be made
to the honorable the Infi rm. Court.cf Jaeksoit
county, when anting for ordinary purposes, 4>r l/avp to
sell all the real estate nf William lianii'tt, debased ;
alio, lot No, too, in the eleventh district df Monroe
county, drawn bt the orphans of William BaVnelY dc-
tVeaaed. SAMUEL nAnNP.-HpTAJnV,.
in? from Walk insville In the high
ahoalea note pTf—He i Kicliardson ofttul-
lon county, to VVilliau lj. Tnlj isiFfl iio* l | |--- 1 -*' 1
dollars, payuhlelhcA’Sili December. All poraoiui
cautioned against trading for said note, as (bo saint
has been paid. WILLIAM H. PURYEAR
»fR. WILLIAM W. f LAYTON is the authorised
1V8L Agent for ibis ratahltshment; all letters and
communications wii! be hereafter directed to him, to
which prompt attcr.:im will be paid,
The New Line of Stages
MACON TO SAVANNAH,
IIY MARION AND DUBLIN,
W ILT, run THREE TIMES a week—leaving
Macon and Savannah on Mondays, Wednes,
days and Fridays, at Ihrea o'clock in the morning—end
arriving at Macon and Savannah on Tuesday*, Thurs
day* and .Saturdays, at eight o’clock in the evening.—
Rates as u.thal. G. I.ONG.STREET.
RryFer.'ins wishing «e.ete will apply at the Wash
ington Hall, Macon,
1-Vb. 81.—8—m'4rn. »
Blanks of all (tascriptions for
f»a!c it this OfttafL
GEORGIA—Ihj Wilson Lumpkin, Govern*
or and Commander in Chief of the Arm if and
Navy of this State and the Slilitia thereof:
W HEREAS by the nineteenth section of an Act
of the General Assembly lor lb? survey nmt tb*r>
tribution by lottery, of tb« lands in the^ccucancy of
tlio Chcrokcus,amt other lands claimed as Crook Innrff,
passed on the twenty-first day of December eighteen
hundred and thirty, it is made tho duty of tha Inferior
Court of each county, to rpuke out or cause to he matfo
out, lists of porsons entitled to draws under said Act—~
And whereas by the first section of an Act of the Gen
eral Assembly to alter and umend the foregoing net,
passed ou tho twenty-sixth day of December eighteen
hundred and thirty-one. thcqualifiealtaq-fltnDrBimiuifl;
.J.ntvs nns undergone iiltrniUon—Ami
whereas by the third srettnn ofan Act, to lAy out tho
Gold region into small lot-*, and dispose of the same by
separate lottery, passed on the twrtily»foiirlh day of
December, 1831, tho persons nntliorisej to make out
the foregoing list, arc further required to make out mc.
>arute Ifsta of persons entitled to draws under the ad
I have therefore thought prnpor to issue this my pr*v
ctamation, hereby requiring tho Justices of the Inferior
Courts of the several couuties in this State, forthwith
to proceed to tha execution «»f the duties enjoined on *
them by oacli of tho foregoing Acts of the General As<
scnibly—And 1 do hereby charge ench and every of
them, to he vigilant and careful, in the strict observ
ance and failhml performance, of all and singular, tho
duties enjoined on them by the aforesaid several Acts
of the General Assembly,
Given under my Hand, and the Great Seal of tho
State, at the State-1 Ionite in Milledgeville, thf#
tho twentieth day of February, in th*- year of out
Lord one thousand eight hundred and t hirty*l wO,
and of the Independence t:f Thu United Slate#
of America, the fiftwiixth.
- ^ ' WILSON:LUMPKIN.
‘ By the Govenvor:
ft van a::xrott. Secret nr‘!^*Elnte.
«t. j, 1
T HE Trustees have engaged an ublo und experj.*
eticcd teacher, Mr. BROWN, to take charge of
this Institution; and it is now in successful ope«iion.
The mode of teaching is upon tho new and moat ajv-
proved plan. It is interesting to the pupil; for wbifu
he is thoroughly taught, he is mode to reason and r<^
fleet for himself, and to feel at every step that his im
provement and his attecesa *n liljp, dapenda upon
The course of studies is intended In give youths r.f
both sexes a familiar knowledge of oil the branches of
education, and to prepare young men for College; and
.it the same time give them a taste for learning and
study. As teaching school is an important profession,
one clawa receives a paitieular ctfUrse nf instruction fo»
that purpose. 'The manners, morals, company, anti
habits oftlie pupils, will receive strict attention.
Pupils mav have board under the parental care of
respectable families for 01 25 to 01 75 cents, per week.
Tuition from 10, to 8*21 per annum. Languages, Rho-'
loric. Chemistry, 'Mathematics, kr. 821./Tho tiling'*
is naturally pleasant; tlio scat of health,much resorted
toby respectable strangers visiting the Mountain*,
Falls, Gold Region and Nutinn. The Trustees can rs-
commnnd the learning, industry, and devotion of tho
principal, to the full confidence of parents who wish to
give their sons and daughters a Found education Of*
reasonable terms. Able aaiiutants arc asgaged. Let-
tersaddressed to thy principal.
Ularkesville, Jan.' 31.—5—mlm.
IBIIIB Subscriber, arc now in pocccsMunof tlioir fall
U stuck of
<* O O B S,
rcciivci) per .hip* Ogltllmrpe sn>l William DontM ,)
Savannah, direct from Liverpool—which thry bffer tr
country merchants and others upon terms or. liberal (;•
Titrareil trtlh in «ny otluv market in tho Unit«l
’ Their Slock ^RcharK cI by on. nf lire firm h
F.oflsnd for cksh.whlei, »<lv«ntMes eqnsf
led ly no house in this ‘^ ,tPr ||£aif’n W Ml I’fll"!! 1“ *Mr-mcf
the t/hsc’eston or Norther,,^
ments areperman.nl, a,,<l „ *,|| ,. t[j , u
at nil times to he in early receipt of the ncwliu rule er
ahcipes and pall i-rnar Teeline confident of iXhbio it
to tho interest nftltojcl w i,hi„ M .implies, they resrict.
f** iV, B0 10,1 P l *l ,ol, *8*-*.|td pled.'.: ihcmeujvee hopaiiis •
will he upared to give hatlNact eu.
4*. t* TAVI.OR&; Co.
357* Broad Street, Augusta, boar tlm Merchants’ ind
Planters* Bank. Vi * c - ;
Nov. 15 -46- l‘2t.
T UP, unloV»i^nbd havinv piirebisefJr'tM entire
Stnek in Trade of Mr. C. It. Rminirac, Inform,
his fi lends and the p> hliu, thu Ixviny added Ins filnck
to this, ho is Iherefn e prepa,nl to accommodate his
cuHtomers on tho inr st rea<urc)ble tonus, at the limit*
formerly occupied hy Mr, G. jit Rountree, Comer of
Broad and Mclnto/h street*/
, A. GARDEI.LE.
Augusta. Jen. 20.—6—3.
GEORGIA, HABERtHAM COUNTV.^
W HERF.AS DimjatvtlriCleveland applies to mo
for letters of ad mi a it rat ion on (he estato of
Cunningham Allison, dec’d
These arc therefore In sil/ttad srlilrontah all and sin-
gulardie kindred u'n*) credlirs of -aid deceased, to ta
and appear al tny office w»'»n the time pr^scrihrd by
law, to show cause, if tny4tcy have, why said tatreij; *
cliouhl no( be grunted, * ?
Given umhi mv hand tjk 5th day of March, 153?^
JONATHANS CHASTAIN# c. 4