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ATHENS, (GEORGIA,) TUESDAY, JUNE 26, 1832.
.PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY,
By Albon Chase.
Tkkus.—Three dollar, per year, payable in advance,
or Four dollar, if delayed to the end of the year. The
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No subscription received for Las than one year, un
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pers sent accordingly.
Advertisements will be inserted at the usual rates.
i'-'T’AII Letters to the F.dilor on matters connected
with the establishment, must bo post paid in order to
Id® Notice of the sale of Land and Negroes by Ad
ministrators, Executors, or Guardians, must bo publish
ed silly days previous lo the day of sale.
The .-ale of Personal Property, in like manner, must
bo published forty days previous to the day of sale.
Notice to debtors and creditors of an estate must be
published forty days.
Notice that \pplicatinn will be made lo the Court of
Ordinary for Leavo to sell Land or Negroes, must be
publ jshed/iur months.
Notice that Application will be made for Letters of
Administration, must be published thirty days, and for
Letters of Dismission, six months.
SHERIFFS’ SAL ESS.
C LARK SHERIFF’S SALE—On the
first Tuesday in JULY next, will be so'd,
at the Court-house in tho town of Watkinsville. Clark
county, within the usual hours of sale, tho fi diowing pro
perty, to wit:
One Road Waggon, and 4 Horses nnd Har
ness- levied on as as the property of tVilliam Yar
brough to satisfy a ft. fa. in favor of John Neabit, vs.
William Yarbrough, Anselum I. Harper, John W.
Harper and Abruuain Doolittle, securities on stay.
One Road Waggon and 4 Pair Harness,
two bay horses, one sorrel horse, and one sorrel roan
horse: levied on as tho property of Henry Glosson, to
satisfy two fi. fas. one in favor of John Nesbtt, the
ntliein favor of George Dent, vs. Henry Glasson, Jons
than Lea and Marcus A Sears, securities on Slav.
Mav 29. ISAAC S. VINCENT, Sh’ff.
I Kt A BUN Sheriff’s Sale.—On trio first
Tuesday in JULY next, will bo sold it the
Court-house in the town of Clayton, Itnbun county,
within the usual hours of sale, the following pruperty,
Two Hundred Acres of Land, more or less,
being part of lot, No. 58, in the 5th district of Rabun
county: levied on us the property uf Zebidee Slaton, to
satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of Jacob Capiiart, issued from a
Justice, court. Property pointed out by tho defen
dant, Levy made and returned to me by a constable,
Ono Lot of Land, No. 7G, containing 250
Acres, more or less, in the 2d district of Rabun county:
levied on as the property of IViley Ballard, to satisfy a
ft. fa. issued from a Justices court, in favor of Josialt >1.
Carter. Property pointed out by tho plaintiff'. Levy
made and returned to me by a constable.
T. M. HENSON, D. Sit'd 1 .
GEORGIA, GWINNETT COUNTY.
To William Gilbert and Mitchell Pooh
T AKE notice that I shall apply to the Superior
Court, to be held in and for said county, on the
second Monday in September next, to appoint fit and
proper persona, in conformity to the statute in such
cases nude and provided, to lay of! and assign lo me,
my dower in the Real Estate of William Gilbert, latoof
said county, deceased.
here shewn to the Court; and your petitioner further
sheweth, that there is now due oneuitl note, the whole
of the principal and interest, and therefore prays that
unless the said Elijah II. Hied, James P. Heath und
Michael Brown, do pay into tho Clerks Office of this
Court, the amount of the principal and interest now
due, or which may become due on said note and mort
gage, together with all cost which hath or may accrue
herein, within six months from the date hereof, that the
equity of redemption in and to the said mortgaged pre
mises bo henceforth nnd forever burred ami 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 coat, now due or
to become due on said note and mortgage, he paid into
tho Clerks Office of this Court within the time afore
W ILL ho aold on the first Tuesday in August, at
the Court house in Jetferaon, Jackson county,
by order ot the Honorable the Inferior court of said
county, when sitting lor ordinary purposes, two Negro
boys, by the name ot l\ ifcy ami Tom, belonging to the
Estate of Ohudiah Watson, deceased. Sold for the
benefit of the creditors of said deceased. Terms cash.
J03EPH LANDRUM, Executor,
May 29—11— ids.
t GREEABI.V to an order of tho Honorable the In
ferior court of thu county of Clark, when Bitting
said, that the equity of redemption in, nnd to raid for ordinary purpoaea, will be Mold on the first Tuesday
mortgaged premises, be (henceforth and forever bar
red and foreclosed. And it is further ordered, that a
copy of this rule be published once a month for six
mouths in sonic one of the public esrf t!;is Slate,
or be personally served on the said Elijah II. Ricd,
James P. Heath, and Michael Brown, three months be
fore the expiration of thin rule.
A true extract from the minutes this 18ih April,1832.
J. T. CARPER, Clk.
GEORGIA, JACKSON COUNTY.
In tlte Superior Court, Feb. Tpnn, 1832.
Bill for Discovery,
Distribution of Estate.
LARK Postponed Sheriff’s Sale.—On
*he first Tuesday in AUGUST next, will be sold
he Court house in •' ttkinsville, Clark county,
in the usual hours ofsate, the following property to
Six Negroes, to wit: Amy a woman about
twenty-five years of age; Lizy a girl, about four years
old ; George a hoy, about two years old , Joe a boy,
about six years old ; Lindy a girl, about four years old ;
and Nelrfon a hoy, about five years old : levied on its
the property of Gabriel A* Moffett, to satisfy a fi. fa. is
sued m the foreclosure of a mortgage in favor of Ste
vens Thomas, vs. haul MofTett.
JAMES HENDON, D. Sh’ff
J ACKSON Sheriff** Sale.—On the, firm
Tuesday in JULY next, will hr sold ai the
^Joiirt-houso in tho town ot Jefferson, Jackson county,
•within the usual hours of sale, the following property,
One Negro Girl named Belly, about Twelve
yea-a old : levied on as the property of Joseph Lan-
drum, Executor of Obadiah Watson, dcccoscJ, lo satis
fy sundry fi. fas. issued from a Justices court. Proper
ty pointed out by Joa« ph Landrum. Levy made and
returned to me by a constable.
One Tract of Land, containing 220 Arrett,
more or less, adjoining McNecs and other*: levied on
•s the property of John Oiler, to aatisly two fi. fas. is
sued fro.n a Justices court, in favor of Wood & Hob-
ion, vs. raid Oiler. Levy made and returned to me by
G. F. ADAMS, D. Sh’ff.
I T appearing to the court from tho return of the
Sheriff, in the above case, that two of the defen
dants, William Wallace and Nicholas Wallace, reside
out of the county; it is therefore ordered, that service
of said bill, be perfected on the said tVilliam and Nich
olas Wallace, by publishing this Rule once * month
•tree months, in ono of the public Gazettes of this
St •. #
»true copy from tho minutes, March 30th, 1832.
SYLVAN US RIPLEY, Clerk.
M ADISON Sheriff’s Sale.— On 'he first
Tuesday in JULY next, will bo sold at tho
Court House in tho tmvn of Dnniel.ville, Madison
county, within tho usual hours of sale, tho following
property, to wit:
On** Tract of Land, containing 114 Acres,
morn or loss, adjoining A. G. Bullock and others: le
vied on as tho properly of Jnlm W. Gusset, to »atialy
four fi. fas- issued from a Justices court in favor of Jehu
Wilhito. vs. said Gosset. Property pointed out by the
defendant. Levy made and returned to me by a colt-
® Ubl ®' JOHN BONE. D. Slt’K
\LL Sheriff's Sale.—On the first Tues
day in JULY next, will be boIj, at the < jourl
Hou-t. in tlte town ofGaincaville, Hall cuunty, within
tho usual hours of sale, the following properly, to wit :
Ono Sorrell Horae, 4 or 5 Years old, Saddlp
nnd blanket: levied on as the property of Aton B.
Harden, to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from Hall Superior
court, in favor James . Jones, & Co. vs -aid Harden*
One Lot of Land, No. 88. to the 12th Dis
trict of Hall county, and 9U Acres more or less, being
part of Lot, No 62, in lhel2<h .listnctof said cuunty :
levied on as the property of Aron B. Harden, to satisfy
Sundry fi. fas. issued frnm Hall Superior coutt, in favor
of Oliver P. Shaw, and others, vs. s.«id Harden. Pro
perty pointed out by Plaintiff's Attorney
One Hslf of Forty Acres of Land, adjoin
ing tho Town of Gainesville, in I tall county- Icviedan
as the property of Thomas Haines, in satisfy i fi. fa.
issued from tVshon Superior Court, in favor of Joseph
Dinks, sen. and others, vs. said I laities.
One Negro Man named David, about 35
years old: Levied ou as the property of James C.
Tate, to satisfy a fi. fa. issued from Franklin Superior
Court, in favor of Bouro k Baird, for tlto use of John
Banks, vs, James Edtnundson and Janies C. Tate,
One Lot of Land, containing 200 Acres,
wore or less, being part of lot, No. 70 id the 10th dis
trict ox'Hall: levied on as the property of Shadrack
Dean, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of Solomon Hunt-
pltries, and the officers of Hall Superior court,vs. James
Dein and Shadrack Dean, and other fi-las.against
All the Interest that George H. Owens has
in a House tad Lot, near Gainesville, in Hall county:
levied on as tha property of Georgs 11. Owens, to at-
liafy sundry fi. fas. in favor of Stephen Reed, v*. said
Owen*. Levr made and relumed to «.»e bv a ci nsta-
tic. A. CHASTAIN, Sh’ff.
GEORGIA, MADISON COUNTY.
Inferior Court, sitting for Ordinary Purposes,
J\Iay Term, 1832.
Present their Honors, James l*ng. James Anderson, Ao-
ah IP. Pittman, John J1Itrony, and Robert
W HEREAS Henry llarufield, Guardian of the
peraoii and Estate of Thomas House. *
And Iteheccu York, Guardian of the person and Es-
tare ot Lucy York, insane, have applied to the Court
aioresaid, fur letters of dismission.
Ordered, that after forty days publication of these
Rules, in oac of the public Gazetts of this state, the
said Guardians will bo dismissed, unless cause be
shewn to tho 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, HABERSHAM COUNTY.
To the Inferior Court of said county, when
sitting for ordinary purposes.
I T appearing to said Court from the petition of An
derson Watson, that John Black in his life time
executed with one Thomas Turner, n bond to tho said
Anderson Watson, for titles to Lot No. 238, in the 4th
District of Muscogee county, now Marion, and it fur
ther appearing, that the said Anderson 'utson has
paid up for said land, and that the said John Gluck de
parted this life without making titles to the same; It is
ordered, that the administrators of said deceased, do
execute titles to said land, unto the said Anderson
Vatson, unless good cause he shewn to the contrary
within the time prescribed by law, and that this rule
be published accordingly.
Given tinder my hand this third day of March, 1832.
JOHN H. JONES,d. c. c. o.
GEORGIA, HALL COUNTY.
In the Superior Court, March Term, 1S32.
James W. Jones, & C >. )
vs. J Dill for Discovery, Relief
George W. Wacaser, > and
and # Injunction.
Aldridge Kean. )
I T appearing to tho Court, that the defendants re
side without the County of Hall, so that service
cannot bo perfected in the usual way: U is ordered by
the Court, that the said George W. Wacaser, and Al
dridge Kean plead answer or de our to taid bill on or
before the first day of next Term, or the same will be
taken pro confesso.
A truo copy from the minutes.
JAMES LAW, Clerk
in August next, before the court house door in the
town of Watkinsville, oil the Real Estate (except the
widow's dower) in suid county, belonging to tho Estate
of Allen Bonner, late of said comity, deceased, then
being between Eleven ami Twelve Hundred Acre.-, of
Lund, in three several Tracis, though all joining, well
improved, on tho waters of tho App&lacliee river und
Barber's creek, joining Boling, Stewart, Greer, Arthur
und others, which will be sold in parcels to suit pm cha
sers, ami u credit of one ami two years. Sold fur the
benefit of the heirs of suid deceased. Those wishing
ii handsome situation in this county, will do well tocall
and examine the premises previous to that day.
ISAAC S. VINCENT,
Attorney in fad for the Administrator.
Mav 22 —II—ids.
4 GREEABLY to an order of tho Honorable the In-
feriorcourt of Oglethorpe county, when sitting f>r
»rdinary purposes, (nnd by the consent of the parties in
interest) will be sold in Lexington, on I lie first Tuesday
iu August next. Lot No. 186, in tha 21st district, origi
nally Lee county, also. Lot No. 79, in the 12th uistrict
originally Early county. Sold as the property of Jane
Bradshaw, deceased, for the benefit of the heirs und
creditors of the deceased. Terms made knoyvn on the
day of sale. '
JOHN LANDRUM. Atlm’r.
GEORGIA, MADISON COUNTY.
Inferior Court, Sitting for Ordinary Purpo
ses, May Term, 1832.
Present their Honors, James Long, James Anderson,
,NWt IF. Pittman, John Meroney, and Ro
bert Groves, Justices,
W HEREAS Henry Mansfield, administrator do
bonis nun uf Brinkly House, deceased, have
petitioned the court, for letters of dhinission. Where
upon it is ordered,that a copy of this Rule be published
once a month, for six months in one uf the public Gs-
zetts of this State, that all parlios concerned may have
due notice, and file their exceptions (if any they have)
to tho issuing of said letters distnissory.
A true extract Irom the minutea of said courl, this
8th day of May 1832.
WILLIAM SANDERS, c. c. o,
Oglethorpe Inferior Court, Feb. adjourned
I T appearing lo the Court upon the affidavit of Wil
lis A. Jordan, that the following note is cither lost
or mislaid, viz: One nole on Robert Maxwell, due
January 1st,1831, for the sum of fourteen Dollars,with
a credit on tho same, 2d January, 1831, tor one dollar
tifiy-six and a quarter cents,and one other credit on the
6th May, 1831, lor 50 cents.
Ordered, thnt all persons interested show cause on
or before the first day of the next term of this Court,
why a copy of said note should not be established in
lieu of said original so lost ot mislaid, that said copy be
filed with the Clerk, and this rule published monthly in
one of the public Gazettes of this State.
A truo extractfrom tho minutes 12th March, 1832.
JOHN LANDRUM, Clk.
GEORGIA, HABERSHAM COUNTY.
Superior Court, April Term, 1832.
Thompson Collins, l
Elijah H. Reid,
James P. Heath,
FBHIE petition of Thompson Collins sheweth, that
l Elijah 11. 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 entire deed of mortgage,
conveying thereby to your petitioner, all those two
tracts of land, situate, lying and being in the fourth
Dialrict of asid county, and known andaistinguished in
the plan of the aatne, aa Lots No, 27, and 28, in the
fourth District, containing lour hundred, eighty-seven
and one half Acres, more or less, which Lots of Land
were mortgaged lo your petitioner for the better eecur-
ing the payment of a certain promissory note, mode by
the said Elijah H. Rted to your petitioner for the eum
of two thousend dollars, payable on the first of July,
eighteen hundred and thirty-one, and dated the r , “‘ L
of September, eighteen hundred and thirty, and
GEORGIA, JACKSON COUNTY.
HKIL .AS William Knox, administrator ofSam-
Y Y ui-l Y. Pulton, deceased, applies to me for
letters of Dismission from the further administration of
These are therefore to cite and admonish all and sin
gular tho kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be
and appear at my office within the litno prescribed by
law, to shew cuuse if uny they have, why suid letteis
should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 9tl> May, 1832.
WILLIAM COWAN, e.c.
May 22 -10—inCni.
GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY.
W HEREAS Thomas Moore anti James Hampton,
Executors of William Malone, sen. deceased,
applies to me for letters of Dismission from the further
administration on said Estate:
These are therefore tn cite and admonish all and sin'
gular ilia kindred and creditors of said deceased, tube
and appear at my office within the tinto prescribed by
law to shew cause if any they have, whv Mid letters
should not be granted. Given under my band this 21st
JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. o.
GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTY.
W ’HERE AS Ethrhlri-il Sorrel, administrator on
the estate nf Lewis Barnett, deceased, upplies
to mo for letters nf dismission from the further admin-
isttttion of said estate:
These arc therefore to cite and admonish ail and sin
gular the kindred and creditors of suid deceased, to be
and appear at my office within the time prescribed by
law, lo shew cause, if any they have, why said letters
should not be granted. '
Given under my Hand this 21st .lay nf Jan. 1832.
JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. <
GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTV.
W HEREAS Charles Strong, senior, executor on
the estate of William Strong, senior, late ol
Clark county, deceased, applies to me for letters of dis
mission front the further administration of said estate:
These are therefore tn cite and admonish all nnd sin
gular tho kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be
and appear at my office within the lime prescribed by
law, to shew cause, if any they have, why said let
ters should not be granted.
Given under my band this 5tli of March, 1832.
JOSEPH LIGON, c. c. o.
GEORGIA, JACKSON COUNTY.
W HEREAS William Knox, administrator de bonis
mm nf William Patom, deceased, applies tome
for letters of dismission frnmthe further administration
on Mid eatate:
These are therefore Incite and admonish, nil and sin
gular the kindredand creditors of raid deceased, to bo
and appear at my office, within the timo proscribed by
law, tn shew es use, if any they have, why said Letter*
should not be granted.
Given under my hand this Slh day of March, 1832.
WILLIAM COWAN, c.c.o.
W ILL be sold on Saturday, the 30th June next, in
the town of Athena, a part of the Personal
property of George W. Lumpkin, d- ceased, consisting
of Horaes, Cattle, Barouche, Ox cart, Ac. tee. Sold for
the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said deceased.
Terms—Credit until25tb December next.
WM. LUMPKIN, F.x’r.
W ILL be sold on tho first Tuesday in July next,
at tbe court house in tile town of Clay ton, Ult
imo county, agreeable to an order of tiiu honorable
the Inferior eouit of said county, when sitting for urdi.
nary purposes, the following property, to wit. ennai*.
ting of tinee parcels of Land, lying’ on the water* of
Chattooga River; one piece or part of Lot, No. 11, in
tbe 3d district Rabun cuunty, containing 5 1 ) Acres
more or less; also Lot, No. 10, adjoining the same,
containing Two Hundred und fifty Acres morn nr less:
Lot No. 7, adjoining tho same, containing 50 Acres.
On the same day, at the Court house in llcnnl county,
will be offered lor sule, a Lot of Land, No. 212, in the
3d district, originally Coweta, now Heard county.
Also, oil tlte same diyo at tile Coutt bouse in Marion
county, will bo offered for sale one Lot of Land, No.
36, in the 1st district, originally Muscogee now Mori
on county All sold as tlte Real Estate i.f James
Strother, late of said county, deceased. Sold for the
benefit of the Heirs and Creditors of said deceased.—
Terms made known on the dav of sale.
JAMES I*.' HENSON, > . , .
A. MILLER, J Admr 8 -
F OUR*months after date iipplicntiun a ill b* t« od*
to the Honorable the Interior court ot’ Madison
county, when sitting for ordinary purposea, for le*vo
to sell part of tho Real laslnte of Allen Daniel, lunatic
ol *ai«J county, tn wit: ono Tract of I .nnd tn said court
ly, cnnifiiuiu^ 1.59 Acres, more or It*-*, adjoining Kur-
sel .1. Daniel, William Morton and others; one Tract
ofLand No. 199, in tho 22d district of Muscogee, Lot
No. 263, in 36th district formerly Lru, one Lot ofLand
No. 114, in the 28fl» district Early.
Also at tho saiiio time and pfnee, application will he
made f«r leave to sell part nf the Slave* belonging to
suid Allen Duiml, Lunutic a* a for* said,
••AMES DANIEL, Guardian.
I ^jVtUU month* alter date application will bo nmdo
• to the hoiinrabh) the Inferior Court of Mafinuit
county, when sit!ini’ for ordinary purposes, for leave to
sell the Iteul Estate of Seaborn Smi: h, orphan of fetor
Smith, late of said countv, deceased.
JAMES U. BOND, Guardian.
qnilF. first number ..f the GEORGIA GAZETTE,
™ will be issued on Tuesday, the 3d nf July next.—
And all persons who have in their possession subscrip
tions to lb'll paper, n-c respectfully requested to Ihr-
ward them lo the office of tho Gazette, in Athens, bv
Ibo 25lh inst.
■C7 1 * Editors within the Slate arc requested to gtvo
the abovenn insertion.
T HE semi-annual examination of the student* of
this Academy, will commenco on Tuesday, the
5th inat. anil close on the evening of the Slh. Parents
and Guardians are requested to attend The second
session will cmnmem-o on Monday, the 25th of June;
all persons wishing to enjoy the benefits of this instil
lotion, aro requested to pay Ilia tuition fees and enter
their children by the commencement of the session.
A. II. SCO I T, Rector.
Salem, Juno 5- 12—3t.
A GREEABI.Y to an order of the Honorable the In-
ferior court of Jackson county, when sitting for
ordinary purposes, will ba sold un the first Tuesday in
August next, at the court house in tho county of De-
Kalb, Lot of Land, No. 50, in tha 17th district nf (for
merly Henryjnow DeKalb county,containing Two Hun
dred two ami a half acres, it being part of the Real
Estate ot Joseph Harrison, deceased. Sold for the
benefit uf the heirs of said deceased. Terms cash.
TILMAN HARRISON, Executor.
F OUR months after datf application will be made
to tho Honorable the Inlorior Court nf Jackson
• minty, wuile sitting fir ordinary purposes, for leave to
sell all the Real Estate of Patrick Cash, uf said county
deceased. SAuUF.L BARNET,
Mminislralors with the will annexed
Juno 19—14- w4m.
1 3IIE subscriber thankful for past favours, take*
. this method In inform his cu.totmiis and (lie pub-
lie in general, that he has enlarged Iris estabhshe ri,t,
where ho intend, carrying on the above named him.
ness on a more extensive scale than formerly; haring
provided himself w ith pond materials and experieni i d
Northern workmen, he flutters himself that ho will Ire
able lo have made lo general saiirfiiction, all kinds r t'
riding and pleasnro carriages, also jersey and detrbnn
wagons ; repairing done at lire shortest notice, linr-
iichh made anil repaired. Sign painting as usual. All
orders from adtsiunce allot.-.cd to with punctuality etui
despatch. JOHN REYNOLDS.
id*’Two or three apprentices betw een the ages of
fourteen and sixteen, would he taken at the alro've c»
tablisliinent. j. R.
Athens, ,Vay 29—11—w3tn.
dNOUIt months after date application will be made
JC to the Honorable the Interior court nf Franklin
county, w hen sitting for ordinary purposes, for leavo to
sell all tlte Real Estate belonging to the Estate of John
JAMES HARGROVE, Executor.
F OUR months after data application will be made
to tlru Hnnorablo the Inferior court of Clark
county, when silting for ordinary purposes, lor leave to
sell a Tract of Land, lying in formetly Troup now Me
riwether county, belonging io the Estate of Richard
Meriwether, late of Dallas county, Alabama, decea
sed. Sold for t he benefit of the creditors nf said dcoea-
scd. JOSEPH LIUON, Adm'i
F OUR months after date, application will be made
to tlm Honorable the Inferior court of Madison
county, when witting for ordinary purposes, for leave
to seil a part of the Real Estate; also a part of the
Slaves belonging to the Estate of Allen Daniel,Lunilic,
I-ot of Land, No. 199, in the 22d district, formerly
Muscogee; and Lot of Land, No. 203, in the 30th dis
trict formerly Leo. JAMES DANIEL, Guard.
I NCUR months after dato application will be made
to the Honorable the Inferior court of Jackson
county, for leave to sell a Tract of Land, No. 204 first
diilrict of Coweta county, belonging to Robert Wil
ABRAHAM WILLIAMS, Guardian.
F OUR month* after date application w ill Ire made
to the honorable the Inferior Court ofOgletlmrpe
countv, when sitting (or ordinary purposes, I r (rave tn
sell the Negroes belonging lo tho estate of Cynthia
Ann llagan, dcc’d. for the purpose of a division.
ABRAHAft B. RAGAN, Adm'r.
F OUR months after dste application will be marie
to the honorable the Inferior court ofClark coun
ty, when silting for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell
a Lot of Und. No. 54, in the 13th District ol Monroe
county, containing Two Hundred two and. hslf acre*,
belonging to the Orphans of Henry Durham, deceased,
"old tor the benefit of said Orphan*.
LINDSEY DURIIAN, Guardian.
SPIRIT OF THE TIMES
AND L1FF. IN NEW YORK.
I N undertaking the pi.blicition of* paper, dovntrd,
a* this isdetugned to bo, to the pit.‘•Mure*, tmut r.
m«-Ml*, laRliionn and diverts < menta of life, theeubitu*
b«.*r* have betm animated by the persuasive encourage
irn'tils and gratuitous proiaiseacdsupporf, of many of
the most influential, riili^htenctl and rrapcctublo men •
burn of the New York community. It is to a certain
extent, a field unoccupied by others, and one which m
deemed iui|H>rtant to be filled. For while the politi
cians, tho theologian! and the litcrutt nf out country
have each their separate oraclr*, which (like that of
Delplioe) proclaim aloud and defend their several opn..
ions and inter cats ; the couvo of fashion, pleasurable en-
tcrtainmcniH, of tnste and recreation, tiud but few pull,
lications of a periodical kind, appropriated solely to
their encouragement and suppott. To paint " lile as
it is,’’ without the artificial embellishments of romance;
to speak or its propensities for enjoyment, ita tppetnu
for pleasure ana indulgence, and its tendency to enter
into occasional follies, is tn do what many must up.
prove, and no one can condemn. For it it certainly no
more improper lo racord the acre of nten than lo pri
nt'.Igalc them orally to tho World. “ Pleasure," sa\a
the noble Frenchman,"is tho chief business of lilt-',”
and however seemingly incorrect tho maxim may bo
in the estimation ol'sorne.yct it is literally true, lor lim
durutee certainly takes pleasure in the cxerciao of hit
religion, the men bunt and mechanic in their several
branches of employment, anti the men of letlert in bis
books; while the sporlsinin who ebaeos the hare, stiff
attends the ring or tlto race, is only pursuing pleasures
in congeniality with Ilia natural or cultivated taste.
In presenting this new candidate for Favor and pa
tronage to the public, it is tho intention of the publish
ers to render it aa interesting ns possible, and to please
all if they can, without wounding the feelings or dis
turbing the prejudices ft ferry. Tire language will be
always chaste, so that the most delicate may approve.
The paper w ill treat of Fdihion, Taste end .Scenes of
Real Life, gatIrcreri from the every day exhibitions of
the world. Theatres, Museums, and other fashiona
ble places of resort, will receive sppropristo notices,
while the Sporlsofthe Turf tiro Ring, to* Pit, of Ibo
Fisher and tiro Fowler, will engross no incnnaiderabla
portion ..f attention. Tho proceeding* of the Counr,
civil amt criminal, will*s far as possible be given,when
matters ol internet occur, and more especially those nf
the Police, where life in all ita forma and coloring i* so
faithfully portrayed.—It is also the intention of Ihecdt-
tors to devotes considerable portion of etch paper lo
tbe compilation and dissemination of the news of tha
■lay, in m suminariel form, which will serve as a brief
and faithful recortl of all important and ptuaingerents,
condensing a largo nttsa into a comparatively tRialF'.
IVitb these intentions, fully and fairly proclaimed,
and with the imisl perfect good feelings towards all mir
co-laborer* in the same vocation, we present ourselves
■refine an enlighteii community, aa candidate* for their
patronage and smiles.
WM. T. PORTER.
iCT* Post-Maater*. and other Gentlemen who will
act as Agents liar our paper, by giving us notice, can
have forwardi.i to them subscription papers and ecus