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;cy Notice of the sale of Land and Negroes bv Ad
ministrators, Executors, or Guardians, must be publish
ed sixty dsys previous to the day of sale.
The sale of Personal Property, in like manner, must
be published forty days previous to the day of sale.
Notice to debtors and creditors of an estato must be
published forty days.
Notice that Application Aill be made to the Court of
Ordinary for Leave to sell Land or Negroes, must be
Notice that Application will be made for Letters of
Administration, must be published thirty days, and for
Letters of Dismission, tlx months.
C LARK Sheriff’sSale.-On the first Tubs.
day in JUNE next, wi'l be sold at the Couit
House in the town ofWatkinsville, Clark county, within
the usual hours of sale, the following property,to wit:
Sixty Acres of Land, more or less, adjoin
ing Landers and others : levied on as the property of
John Hamilton, to satisfy a fi. fa. issued front a Justi
ces Court in favor of A. S. Clayton, fur the use of Al
len Barber, vs. John Hamilton. Levy made and ro
turned to me by a Constable.
One Grey Horse about nine years old, one
red Cow and Pearling, one spotted Sow and two shoals,
one rifle gun, moulds and wipers, and one man’s saddle:
levied on as the property of Joshua Stephens, to satis
fy a li. fa. in favor of Ansolem L. Harper, vs. James
Shaw and Joshua Stephens.
Two Negroes, to wit: Washington a man.
about 21 years old, and Herod a boy, about 11 years
old: levied on as tho properly of John l>. Overstreet, to
satisfy a fi. fa. in favbr of Albert Hears, vs. John D
Overstreet and William Moore.
ISAAC S. VINCENT, Sh’IT.
1 ACKSON Sheriff’s Sale.—On the first
Tuesday in JUNE next, will be sold, at the
Court-house ■■■ the town of Jefferson, Jackson county,
within the usual hours of sale, the following property,
to wit :
Three Hundred and Forty-One Acres of
Land, more or leas, adjoining Maddox, lying on Sandy
Creek: levied on as the property of Richard Jones, to
ualisfv two fi. fas. one in favor of John Nisbet, the oth
er in favor of Francis Irw-tn and Abner Graham, admin
istrators of the estatu of Andrew Graham, deceased,
vs. stid Jones.
April 17. BARNABAS BARRON, Sh’IT.
W ACKSON Sheriff’s Sale.—On tho first
Tuesday in JUNE next, will be sold at the
Coumhonse in the town of leflerson, Jackson county,
within the osual hours of sate, the following property,
to wit .*
One Negro Woman named Margaret: le-
vica on to satisfy a li. It. issued trmn a Juaticrs court,
in favor of Peter E. MoMullin, vs. Joaiah Watson, Exe
cutor of the Estate of Obadith Watson, deceased.
Levy made and returned to me by a Constable.
One Tract of Land, containing One Hun
dred and f tty Acres, inure ur less, adjoining Brazeel
and uthora: levied on aa the property of John Oiler,
to satisfy a G. fa, in favor of Orra & Watson, vs. said
Oiler, G. T. ADAMS, D. Sh’IT.
H ALL Sheriff's Sole.—On the first Tues
day in JUNE next, will be aold, at the
Court House in the Town of Gainesville,Hall coun
ty, within the usual boura of sale, lbs following pro
perty, to wit:
One 'Road Wagon, and one Bay Horae,
seven or eight years old: levied on as the property of
Jajin Stinson and Joseph Fergtsun, to satisfy a li. la.
taaund from Hall Superior Court, in favor of Alexander
Ruiicrrel,fortheuscof William Grady, vs. taid Stinson
One Lot of Land, whereon Jacob Sanders
now lives: levied on as the property uf Jacob Sanders,
to satisfy a fi. fa. isaueJ from Hall Superior Court, in
favor of Jarred P’ Moody, vs. slid Sanders. Properly
pointed out by pisinlilT.
Onu Lot of Land, No. 8ixly-Fow, to the
• lilt DiatiictqfHallcounty: levied onas the property of
Willi.nr. Banks, to satisfy s fi. fa. issued from Hall In-
feri- court, in favor of J. W. Jones, (t Co. vs. ssid
St -*«. Property pointed out by plaintiff*.
One Lot of Land, No. Eighty-Six, in the
llth District nf H»M county : levied on aa the property
«f John H. Hammcr.e. to aatiafy a fi. fa. issued from
Gwinnett Superior court, in favor -if Arthur Crawford,
n. aatd Hammond. Property pointed out by Mitchell.
One House and Lot, io tho Town of Gaines
ville, adjoining Reed, Owinv and others: levied on as
tho property of Nelson Dickaaon, to satisfy three fi. fss.
two issued from Gwinnett Superior court, in favor of
Micbsel DiCktson, and one frum Hall Inferior court, in
favor of Jones aad Simmone, vs. said Dicktson.
< Forty Acres of Lend, more or less, being
part -f Lot, No. 148, in me 9tli District of Hallinunty:
levied on as the property of James Baroaore, to aatiafy
'sundry fi. (aa. in favor Patrick J. Murrey and others,
vs. said Barmors. Levy mads end returned to me by
One Lot 'of ‘Land, No. One Hundred and
fifty-six, in the 10th District of Hell county: leeisd on
»»the property of George C. Branch, to ealiafy a fi. fs.
issued from .a Justices court, in Habersham county.
Property puibted out by plaintiff. Levy made sod re
turned to me bye constable.
* A. CHASTAIN, Sb’ff.
If ALL Sheriff 1 * Sale.—On the first Tuee-
_ day in JUNE nsxt, will be sold, el the Court
House in the town ofGainesville, Hell qpunty, within
the usual bona of axle, the foil jsoing property, to wit:
Two Negroes, Mahala a Girl, Fourteen
years old, Currell a buy, twelve years old: levied on as
properly of William Spruce, to satisfy s fi. fs. issued
from Hall Superior court, in favor of Rountree & Hill,
and sundry other fi. fas. in favor of Kellogg and others,
vs. said Spruco.
Two Hundred and Fifty Acres of Land,
more or less, whereon James C. Ervin now lives, in the
ltib District of Hall county: levied on as the property
or James C. Ervin, to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from Hall
Superior Court, in favor of Dempsy Hulsey, vs. said
Lot of Land, No. Thirty-Seven, in tho
12th District of Hall county: levied on aathe property
of Edward J. Jackson, to satisfy three fi. fas. issued
from a Justices court in Laurens county, in fsvor of
Reuben Hicks, vs. said Jackson. Levy made and re
turned to me by a conatable.
JACOB EBERI1ART, D. Sh’IT
H ALL Postponed Sheriff’s Sale.—On
the first Tuesday in JUNE next, will be
sold at the Court-house in the town of Gainesville,
Hall county, within the usual hours of sale, the fol
lov.-ing property, to wit:
Four Hundred and Sixteen Acres of Land,
more or less: levied on as the property of William
Spruce, to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from Hall Inferior
Court, in favour of Rountree and Hill, vs. said Spruce.
Property pointed out by defendant.
JACOB EBERHART, D. Sh’fi.
GEORGIA, HABERSHAM COUNTY.
Superior Court, April Term, 1832.
Thompson Collins, 1
> For Foreclosure,
Elijah II. Reid,
James P. Heath,
T HE petition of Thompson Collins sbeweth, that
Elijth H. Reid, James P, Heath, and Michael
Brown, heretofore, to wit: on the 9th of February eigh
teen hundred and thirty-one, made, executed, and de
livered to your petitioner their entiredeed of mortgige,
conveying thereby to your petitioner, all those two
tracts of land, situate, lying and being in the fourth
District of said county, and known anddistinguished in
the plan of the same, as Lots No, 27, and 29, in the
fourth District, containing lour hundred, eighty-seven
and one half Acres, more or less, which Lots of Land
were mortgaged to your petitioner for the better secur
ing the payment of a certain protnisaory note, made by
the said Elijah 11. Ried to your petitioner for the sum
of two thousand dollars, payable on the first of July,
eightcon hundred and thirty-one, and dated the ninth
of September, eighteen hundred and thirty, and now
hero ahewn to the Court; and your petitioner further
sliewelh. that there is now due on said note, the whole
of the principal and interest, and therefore prays that
unices the said Elijah H; Ried, Jamei P. Heath and
Michael Brown, do pay into this Clerks Office of this
Court, the amount of the principal and intcreat now
due, or which may become due on said note and morl-
'age, together with all cost which hath or may accrue
icrcin, withip six months front tile dstohorcol, that the
equity of redemption in and to the said mortgaged pre
mises he henceforth nnd forever barred and foreclosed.
Whereupon, on motion of Samuel A. Wales, attorney
for petitioners, it is ordered by the Court, that unless
the amount of principal, interest and cost, now duo or
to become due on said note and mortgage, be paid into
the Clerks Office ofthis Court within the time afore
said, that the equity of redemption in, and to said
mortgaged premises, bo thenceforth snd forever bar
red and foreclosed. And it is further ordered, that s
copy of Uija rule be published once a month for six
mouths in some one ofthe public Gazettes of this Slate,
or be personally served on the said Elijah 11. Ried,
James P. Heath, and Michael Brown, tbtee months be
fore the expiration of thia rule.
A true extract from the minutes this 18th April,1832.
J. T. CARTER, Clk.
GEORGIA, MADISON COUNTY.
Inferior Court, silling for Ordinary Purposes,
May Term, 1832.
Present their Honors, Jams Long. James Anderson, Ah-
ah IF. Pittman, John Mirony, and Robert
W HEREAS llcnry Ilarteficld, Guardian of the
person and Estate of Thomas House.
And Rebecca York, Guardian of the person and Es
tate ol Lucy York, insane, have applied to the Court
aforesaid, for letters of dismission.
Ordered, that alter forty daya publication of llieae
Rules, io one of the public Gszatts of this state, the
said Guardians will he dismissed, unless cause be
shewn to the contrary, of which all concerned is here
A true extract from the minutes of said court, this
8th day of May, 1832.
WILLIAM SANDERS, c. c. o.
GEORGIA, MADISON COUNTY.
Inferior Court, Sitting for Ordinary Purpo
ses, May Term, 1832.
Present their Honors, James Long, James Anderson,
Noah IF. Pittman, John Meroney, and Ro
bert Groves, Justices,
W HEREAS Henry Hsrtsfiold, administrator do
bonis non of Brinkly House, deceased, hove
petitioned the court, for letters of dismission. Where
upon it is ordered,that a copy of this Rule be published
once t month, for six months in one of^the public Ga-
xetta of thia State, that all parties concerned may have
due notice, and fils their exceptions (if any they have)
to the issuing of said letters dismissory.
A true extract from the minutes of stid court, this
8lh day of May 1832.
WILLIAM SANDERS, c. c. o.
GEORGIA, HALL COUNTY.
In the Superior Court, March Term, 1832,
James W. Jones, & Co.
Bill for Discovery, Relief
A GREEABLY to in order of the Honorable the In
ferior Court of the county of Clark, when sitting
for ordinary purpoaes, will bo oold on the first Tuesday
in August next, before tho court house door in the
town of Wotkinsvillc, all tho Real Estate (except the
widow’s dower) in said county, belonging to the Estate
of Allen Bonner, late of aaid county, deceased, there
being between Eleven and Twelve Hundred Acres of
Land, in three several Tracts, though ull joining, well
improved, on the waters of the Appsltehee river sml
Barber's creek, joining Boling, Stewart, Greer, Aithur
and others,which will be sold in psrcels to suit purcha
sers, snd a credit of one and two years. Sold for the
benefit of the heirs of aaid deceased. Those wishini
aliaiiriaomo situation in this county, will do woll local
and examine the premises previous to that dty.
!S\AC S. VINCENT,
,1ltomcy in fact for the Administrator.
A GREEABLY loan order of the Honorablo the In
ferior court of Oglethorpe county, when silting for
ordinaiy purposes, (and by the consent ofthe parties in
interest) will he sold in Leiinrlnn, on the first Tuesday
in August next, Lot No. 186. fit tho 2tst district, origi
nally Leo county, aim, l.ol No. 79, in the 12th district
originally Early'county. Sold as tiio property of Jane
Bradshaw, deceased, for the benrfit of the heirs and
creditors of the deceased. Terms made known on the
day of suio.
JOHN LANDRUM, Adm’r.
May *9— II— Ids.
W ILL be sold, on tho !6th June next, at the late
residence of James Cltghoru, deceased, in
tlsll county, all the perishable properly of stid dcc’d.
consisting of horses, cattle and boga, household snd
kitchen furniture, and many other articles too tedious
to mention. Terms made known on the day of sale.
AVINUTON CLAG1IORN, Adm’r.
NANCY CLAGttORN, Admr*x.
George W. Wacaser,
I T appearing to the Court, that the defendants re
side without the County of Hell, so that service
cannot be perfected in the usual way: It is ordered by
the Court, that the said George VV. Wacaser, and Al-
dridgo Kean, plead answer or demur to raid bill on or
beforo the first day of noxt Term, or the satno will be
taken pro confessu.
A true copy from the minutes.
JAMES LAW, Clerk.
GEORGIA, JACKSON COUNTY,
W HEREAS William Knox, administrator of Sam
uel Y. Patton, deceased, applies to me for
letter* of Dismission from the further administration of
These are therefore to cito and admonish all and nin-
gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be
and appear at my office within the timo prescribed by
law, to shew cause if any they have, why said letters
should not he granted.
Given under my hand this9th May, 1832.
WILLIAM COWAN, c. c. o.
May 22-10—mCm. .
GEORGIA, JACKSON COUNTY.
In the Superior Court, Feb. Term, 1832.
N icholav Wallace.
Bill for Discovery,
Distribution of Estate.
I T appearing to the court frum tho return of the
Sheriff, in the above case, that two ofthe defen
dants, William Wallace and Nicholas Wallace, reside
out of the county ; it is therefore ordered, that servica
of said bill, bo perfected on the said William and Nich
olas Wallace, by publishing thia Rule once n month
for three months, m one of tho public Gazette* of thi*
A true copy Irom the minutes, March 30lh, 1832.
SYLVANUS RIPLEY, Clerk.
Oglethorpe Inferior Court, Feb. adjourned
[ T appearing to the Court upon the affidavit of Wil
lis A. Jordan, that the following note ia cither loat
nt mislaid, viz: One nolo on Robert Maxwell, due
January 1st,1831, for the sum of fourteen Dollars,with
a credit on tho same, 2d January, 1831, for one dollar
fiftt-six and a quarter cents,and one other credit on tbs
Gib May, 1631, for 50 cento.
Ordered, that all persona interested shew cause on
or before the first day ofthe next term of this Court,
why a copy of said note should oot be established in
lieu of sard original io loat or mislaid, that laid copy bo
filed with the Cletk, and this rule published monthly in
one of tho public Gazettes of this State.
A true extract from the minutes 12th March, 1832.
JOHN LANDRUM, Clk.
GEORGIA, HABERSHAM COUNTY.
To the Inferior Court of said county, when
sitting for ordinary purposes,
I T appearing to stid Court from the petition of An
derson Watson, that John Black in hit life time
executed with one Thomas Turner, a bond to tha said
Anderson IVatsoa, for titles to Lot No. 218, in the 4th
District .of Muscogee county, now Marion, and it fur
ther appearing, that the said Anderson Watson hen
paid up tor said land, nnd that the laid John Black de>
parted thia life without sacking titlee to the mine: It ii
ordered, that the administrators nf said deceased, do
execute titles to mid land, unto the said Anderson
‘ •••on, unless good cause be shewn tn the contrary
within the time prescribed by law, and that this rule
he published accordingly.
Given under ray hand this third day ef March, 1832.
JOHN H. JONES, o. e. c. o.
GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY.
W HEREAS Thomas Moore and JamesJIampton,
Executors of William Malone, sen. deceased,
applies to me for letters of Dismission from the further
administration on aaid Estate:
Those are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin
gular the kindred and creditors of said deceased, tn be
and appear at my office within the time prescribed by
law to shew cause if any they have, why aaid letters
should not bo granted, (liven under my hand this Slut
May, 1832. ’ "
JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. o.
GEORGIA,. CLARK COUNTY.
W HEREAS Etheltlred Sorrel, administrator on
the estate of Lewis Barnett, deceased, applies
to ino lot idlers of dismission from the further admin
istration of said estate:
These are thereforo to cite and admonish sll and sin
gular tho kindred and creditors of Said deceased, to be
and appear at ruy office within the time prescribed by
law, to thaw cause, if any they have, why said letters
•boiild not be granted.
Given under ray hand thia 21 at day of Jan, 1832.
JOSEPH LIGON, v. c. o.
W ILL be told nn the first Tuesday in June next,
at 'he Court house in the town ot Monroe,
Walton county, agreeably to an order ofthe Honorablo
the Inferior Court, of laid county, when sitting for or.
ilinary purpoaes, all the Real Estate of Grant Taylor,
deceased, situated in Waltoncounty: consisting ol two
paro ls of Land, lying on the waters of the Appalachia
river, one piece containing Four Hundred and Fifty
Acres, more or less, adjoining lands of Timothy C.
Wood, Gideon Hendrick, snd others, tho other piece,
of One Hundred and Thirty and a half Acres, adjoining
Archibald Tnnner, Wm. Thurmond, and others. Sold
for the benefit of tho creditors of said Estate.
RICHARD BUTLER, Adm’r.
F OUR months after date application will bn made
to tho Honorable tha Inferior court of Clark
county, when lilting for ordinary purposes, for leave to
sell « Tract of Land, lying in formerly Troup now Me.
riwelher County, belonging to tho Estate of Uichsrd
Meriwether, late of Dallas county, Alabama, decea
sed. Sold for the benefit of the creditor* nf said d.eet-
“d- . , JOSEPH LIGON, Adm’r.
May 22- 10-w4m.
F OUR months after date, application will he mads
to the Honorable the Inferior court of Madismi
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for Icato
to shII a part of the Real Estate'; also a parr of the
Slaves belonging to the Estate of Allen Daniel, Lunili.,
if* of No. 199, in the 2M district, formerly
Muscogee; and l.ol of Land, No. 203, in the 30th dis
trict formerly Lee. JAMES DANIEL Guard
F OLR months after data application will be mad*
fo the Honorable the Inferior court of Jackson
county, for leave to well a Tract of Land, No. 294 first
district nf Coweta county, belonging to Robert Wil
ABRAHAM WILLIAMS, Guardian.
F OUR months after date application will be mado
to the honorable the Inferior Court of Oglethorpe
county, when sitting fir ordinary purposes, for leave to
sell the Negroes belonging to the eatate of Cynthia
Ann Ragan, dec’d, for the purpose of a division.
ABRAHAM B. RAGAN, Adm’r.
May 8-—8- .w4m.
P OUIt months after date application will be made
to the honorable the Inferior court of Clark conn-
.y, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to tail
a Lot of Land, No. 54, in the lath District of Monroe
county, containing Two Hundred two and a half seres,
belonging to the Orphans of Henry Durham, deceased.
Sold for the benefit of said Orphans.
LINDSEY DUIIHAN, Guardian.
April 10 -4—w4'
W ILL be solJ on the first Tuesday in July next,
at the court house in the townnfClayton, Ka
bul: county, agreeable to an order of the honorable
the Inferior court of said county, when silting for ordi
nary purports, the following property, to wit. consis
ting of tlneo parcels of Land, lying'on the waters of
Chattooga River; one piece or part nf Lot, No. II, in
the 3d district Rabun county, containing 59 Acre*
more nr less; also Lot, No. 10, adjoining the same,
containing Two Hundred and fifty Acres more nr less:
Lot No. 7, adjoining the same, containing 50 Acrre.
On the same day, at the Court bnuao in Hoard cminty,
wilt be offered for sale, a Lot of Land, Nn. 242, in ilic
3d district, originally Coweta, now Heard county.
Also, on ilia same day. at the Court house in Marion
county, will bo nffered fur sale one Let of Land, Nn,
3fi, in the 1st district, originsily Muscogee now Mori
on county. All void as the Reel Estate of James
Strotlier, late of aaid county, deceased. Sold for the
benefit nf thn Heirs and Creditora of said deceased.—
Terms luadcknown on thedavofsale.
JAMES B." HENSON,» . .
A. MILLER, J *“
W ILL be sold on Saturday, thc30tb June next, in
the town of Athens, a part ol the Fcnnrisl
property of Oeorge W. Lumpkin, deceased, consisting
of Horses, Cattle, Barouche, Ox cart, he. Ur, Sold for
the benefit of tho heirs snd creditora of Said deceased.
Terms—Credit until 2Jlh Decembor next. _
WM. LUMPKIN, Ex’r.
F 'lUR monihs after date apphcaii.iii will be , ,ado
to the honorable tho Inferior Court of MaOivnn
county, when sitting for ordinary purpoaes, for leave to
•ell the Real Estate of Seaborn Smith, orphan of Peter
Smith, Istn of stid county, deceased.
JAMES B. BOND, Guardian.
GEORGIA, HABERSHAM COUNTY.
W HEREAS David C. Cherry applies to me for
letters of administration on the enisle of Jo
seph Murdock, Isto of said county, deceased:
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin
gular the kindred snd creditors of aaid deeeased, le,
he snd appear at my nffico within the limn proscribed
by law, :n chew cause, if any they have, why said let
ters should not ho granted. Given under my hand thia
4th May 1831 t
JOHN H. JONES, n. c. e. o.
GEORGIA, HALL COUNTY.
W HEREAS George WnodJiffand James Law,ap.
ply to me for Letters „f Administration an thn
Estate of Milley Wondtiffjaie of said county, deceased
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin*
gular thn kindred and creditors of said deceased, to l>.
sod appear at my nflico within the time prescribed liv
law, to shew eaosn, ifany they have, why said letteie
should not he granted.
Given under my bsnrl, thi*23d April, 1832.
GEORGE 1IAWPE, c. c.o.
GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY.
W HEREAS Charles Strong, senior, executor on
the estate of William Strong, senior, late of
Clark county, deceased, apidics to m« for letters of dis
mission frum the further administration of said eatate:
Thcsc^arc therefore to rite and ndmoruah all and sin
gular the kindred and creditora of aaid deceased, to be
and appear at my office within the time prescribed by
law, to shew cause, if any lhay have, why said let
ters should not he granted.
Givon under my hand this 5th uf March, 1832.
JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. o.
GEORGI A, JACKSON COUNTY.
W HEREAS William Knox, administrator dt bouts
non of Wit,.am Patton, deceased, applies to me
for letter* of dismission fr>. nt 1 - 0 further administration
on laid estate :
Theseare therefore to cito and admonish, ill snd aim
gular tho kindred and creditors of said deceased, to ho
and appear at my office, within the time prescribed by
Jaar, to shew cause, if any they have, why aaid Letters
should not be granted.
Given under ray hand this 5th day of March, 1832.
WILLIAM COWAN, c. c.o.
A GREEABLY to an order of the Honorable the In
forior court of Jackson county, when sitting for
ordinary purposes, will be pold on (he first Tuesday in
August next, at the court house in tho cminty of De-
Kalti, Lot of Land, No. 50, in the 17lh district ol (for
merlyllcnry)now DoKulbeounty, containing Two llun-
dred two and a half oeres, it being part of the Itual
Estate ol Joseph Harrison, deceased. Sold for the
benefit ofthe heirs of said deccaaod. Terms cash.
III.MAN HARRISON, Executor.
W ILL be sold on thn first Tuesday in June next,
at the Court-House in Lexington, Oglethorpe
cognty, agreeably to an order of the honorable the
Court nf Ordinary of said county, n j.nt nf a tract of
Land belonging to the estate of Wm. W. Baldwin, de
ceased, lying in said county. Soid for the benefit of the
heirs of said deceased..
SAMUfcL BALDWIN, ) ..
THOMAS C. 1LLUPS, 4t Mmn -
W ILL be sold on tbs first Tuesday in August, at
the Court house in Jefierson, Jackson county,
by order of the Honorable the Inferior court of said
county, when sitting for ordinaryjxirpotes, two Negro
boys, by thsname of Wiley and Tom, belonging to the
Estate of Obsdiah Watson, deceased. Sow for the
benefit of the creditors of said deceased. Terms cash.
JOSEPH LANDRUM, Executor.
A GREEABLY to an order of tho honorable the In
ferior Court of Hsll county, when sitting as a
Court of Ordtuary, will be sold at Die Court-House iu
Hill county, on the first Tuesday in June next, six
likely negroes, to wit t Rose, a negro woman; Ishma-
cl, a negro man; Austin, a boy, (7 or 18 yeara old;
l.eah a girl, fifteen or sixteen yeara old, Belly a
girl, 5 year* oW, and Mahala a girl, 3 yeara old,
belonging to the estate of Elizabeth Guthrie, dec’d.
Sold for the benefit of the heiri and creditora.
LEROY GUTHRIE, Adm’r.
A GREE ABLY to an order of the honorable the In-
JM. ferur Court of Habersham county, whan aitting
for ordinary purposes, will be sold, on the first Tuesday
in Jvoe neat, io GivMTNin, Meriwether county, Lot
of Laud No. 112, in the 3d District of formerly Troup,
now Meriwether county. Sold for the beneAt of Dan
iel Mclloogles' Orphans Terms made known on the
day of sale.
JONATHAN D. CHASTAIN, Guard.
SPIRIT OF THE TIMES
AND LIFE IN NEW YORK.
I N undertaking thn publication of a paper, devoted;
as litis is designed to be, to the pleasures, sinus)-
menu, fashions and divertisemenls of life, the subsoil-
hers have been animated by Hi* persuasive'feneoiirsgi -
ment*and gratuitous promiaesofsupporl, of many ef
the most influential, enlightened and respectable men. *
hers of tho New York community. It is to s certain
extent, a field unoccupied by ethers, snd ons which is
deemed important lobe filled. For while the politi
cians, the theologians aim Hie literati of our country
have each their separate oracles, which (like ihut of
Delphos) proclaim aloud and defend their several opir./
ions snd interests ; the cause offsehion, pleasurableeii.
tertainuienle, nt taste end recreation, find but few pub
lications ot a periodical kind, appropriated solely to
their encouragement and support. To psint 11 life ns
It is," without thcarlifirialnnibellishrnentsofromstiii;
to spesk of its propensities for enjoyment, its appctitu
for pleasure end itululgencs, and ila tendency to enter
into occasional follies, is to du what many mutt ap
prove, and no one can condemn. For it ia certainly iu
more improper to record the acta of men than to po -
mulgate them orally to the World. *' Unsure,” say*
the noble Frenchman, “ ii the chief business of file, >
and however seemingly incorrect the maxim rnay lie
in the estimation ofsome, yet it ia literally true, for tiiu
devotee certainly takes pleasure in the exercise of Ins
religion, the merchant and mechante in their sever*,!
branches of employment, and the man of letters in hje
books; while the sportsman who ehtses the hare, (ml
attends (ho ring or the race, is only pursuing pleasures
in congeniality with his natural nr cultivated taste.
In presenting this new candidate for fsvor and pa
tronage to the public, it is the intention of the publish*
era to render it is interesting as possible, snd to please
til if they etn, without wounding the feelings or dis
turbing the prejudices of any. The language will b*
always chaste, so that the most delicate may approve.
The paper will treat of Fashion, Taste and Scenes of
Real Life, gathered from the every day exhibitions of
the world. Theatres, Museums, snd other fashiona
ble places of resort, will receive appropriate notices,
while the Sportsof the Turf, the Ring, Hie Pit, nf ll>p
Fisher end the Fowler, will engross no inconsiderable
portion >if attention. The proceedings of the Cou'ta,
civil snd criminal, wifles far as possible be given,a hen
matters ol interact occur, and more especially those of
the Police, where life in all its forms and coloring is ho
faithfully portrayed.—It is also the intention of the edi
tors to devote s ,considerable portion of each paper t«
tha compilation and dissemination of tha news af the
iii e summariel form, which will serve is e brief
snd faithful record of all important and pastingeveots,
condensing a largo mats into a comparatively smuU
With these iqienlions, fully and fairly proclaimed,
snd with the uiost perfect good foehngt towards all »ur
co-laborers in the same vpeation, we present ouraelsej
before an entightod community, aa candidate! for their
patronage and smiles.
WM. T. PORTER.
’CP* Poet-Masters, and other Gentlemen who srili
act as Agonts liir our paper, by giving us notice, ran
have forwarded t» them subscription papers and csfrs,
: April 1832.