Highly important from Europe.— The ship
Marmora, Captain Low, arrived off this port
on Tuesday evening, and was boarded by the
news-bo it of the Courier aud Enquirer, which
came up on Wednesday bringing intelligence
of the deepest moment. (Tho Marmora left
Liverpool on the 13th of May.)
Bv this arrival wo are npprised that the
King of England has at last, after much hesi
tation, positively refused to create tho number
of p„crs which were required to effect the pas-
to to the assailants. They wero followed by
the moh through the Park as far as St. James'
Palace, when his Roval highness and the
Marquis of Londonderry turned back, at a
brisk trot, towards the House of Commons,
where they alighted. Hero they wero again
assailed with deafening yells and hisses, which
continued several minutes, till a formidable
force of the police cleared the street and res
City of London.—4 Court of Common
Council, especially summoned, wes held on
Thursday at Guildhall, in iconspquence of a
noma,™-";, .. ■ Biiuuiu uu ituupicu m consequence
was the resignation of Lari Grey, Lord Broug-1 0 f (), e proceedings in the House of Lords up-
ham, and the entire ministry. | on , ho reform bill.
The announcement of these events had j Mr . Galloway then read the resolutions,
created tho most mtense sensation throughout | w (,ich were, in substance, ns follows;—
England. The London papers are filled with | That the Courl had henrd wlth erea , re( , ret
the proceedings of public meetings in various and disappointment the extraordinary and dis-
parts of the country, in which the conduct of. t re9s j n g communication made hy ministers,
the opponents of the Reform Bill, and espe- j ( h a t f,i 4 Majesty had refused to them the means
ctnlly or the Peers, is denounced in the most ofcarrvins through the House of Lords the
unmeasured terms ; and the universal language Reform Bill, which had been paused by a largo
of tho Reformers is, that the Reform Bill must majority of the House ol Commons, and which
become a law, or the public, through the House | WB!) requirud by an overwhelming majority of
of Commons, will rejuse to grant the supplies, tho peo|) | e . Xhnl , he Coilr , WBg of opiuion)
ana of course put a stop,to the government! that those who had udvised his Majesty to
, . ien l * 10 nB, \ sl,,e resignation of the withdraw from ministers the means of carry-
> Mtnistcr reached Birmingham, a meeting of j„g the reform bill successfully had proved
. Ih<- Reformers was called, which wns alien- themselves the enemies of their Sovereign,
ded by above 100,0,00 persons. Disdaining and had m , lo hasard j he llabm 0 r ihtir
to appeal to the King or the Lords after what C0IIBtrj ,._ That „ )e meetin „ ,h e refore, felt it
has now passed, they drew up a spirited ad- j bo mo re especially their duty to adopt eve-
dress to the House of Commons, urging that, r y course in their power to procure the carrv-
Ilouse to remain firm and unwavering in their I in „ of an p ffi,. lon , bi || 0 f reform, and until that
exertions to effoct tho final triumph of Reform,, wa s done they implored tlie House of conj-
and pointing out the most energetic measures . mons to withhold supplies."
as those proper to bo adopted for bringing the Common Hall— Friday a meeting of the liv-
late Ministry again into power, and especially l erv „f London, mure numerous, intelligent,
enjoining them to withhold all snpplios until Bnd determined, both in tone and spirit, than
the demands of the people were complied’ any within our recollection,was held at GuiltL
w , . „ , „ T , . ! hall, for the purpose of petitioning the Com-
In the House of Commons, Lord Ebrmg- ; mon9 House of Parliament to withhold the
ton moved an address to the King, expressing; 8U| , p | leil f rom the exoc.itivo government, until
the deep regret of the House at the retirement h e Reform Bill shall have passed into law;
ol the Ministry, and their devoted attachment , a nd also of addressing his Majesty to lake the
to the principles of tho Reform Bill, andclo- j necessary steps for securing the immediate
sing with an earnest request that bis iMajesly p(lS8a ge of reform by a sufficient creation of
will call none but Reformers to the adminis-1 p ee rs. The space between the barriers was
(ration of (ho government.
This motion elicited an animated debate, in
which it was supported by Lord Allhnrp, Mr.
O’Connell, nnd other leading Reformers, and
opposed by Mr. Peel, Mr. Alexander Baru.g
jun. and Sir Charles Wethnrell; and on a di
vision tho vote stood : for the motion, 288;
against it, 208 ; exhibiting a m ijority of 80
in favor of going all lengths for Reform
Wo have no room for further details; which
indeed would servo rather to portny the state
of public feeling in England than to afford any
de isivo indications of the results to which
these momentous events must lead. It ap
pears to be admitted on all bunds that an ef
fort wnl be made to form an Ultra-Tory Min
istry. with Wellington at is head ; but with
wh’it success is not yet settled, and its stabili
ty i- regarded ns still more problematical than
A petition from the Reformers of Manches
ter to the H01I80 of Commons, praying 'or the
stoppage o all supplies till the Reform Bill is
passed, signed by 55.000 persons, and another
from Birmingham of u similar nature, signed
by 100,000 persons, had been laid before the
Still Later.—The packet Britnnia, Captain
Marshall, arrived off our port on Wednesday,
and her papers were received in the afternoon
She brings Londi n dates to the 15th ult. two
da a later than these of tho Marmora, but
without affording any additional intelligence
of importance. No new Cabinet had yet been
announced ; and though Wellington was uni
versally regarded as the successor to tho pre
miership, he s -emed to find grent difficulty in
filin g up the bureaux of the respective depart
ments. It is oven rumored that Mr. Pee had
refuycdMo take offico under him, which seems
te be altogether incredible.
Every day passed in the slate of painful in*
terest nnd sus ense which now prevails, seems
to add greatly lo the agitation which pervades
the country, and which would apparently re
quire hat n slight shock to convert it into re
volution and anarchy.—A*. F. Times,
From the L.'V.inon Times.
j Birmingham, Thursday, May 10.
Sudden and spontaneous meeting of the Re
formers of Birmingham and its Vicinity.—It
is scarcely possible to imagine—the spirit of
excitement into which the town of Birmingham
has -been thrown by the reiecttnn of the Re
form Bill by the Lords and the resignation of
His Majesty’s Ministers. 1 lie a li-reformers
in London may affect tu trea, this with con
tempt, but if they had been present in Birming
ham thi day, we doubt not that another and b
very different feeling would h ve prevailed in
their minds. In this town there is but one
feo ing—one firm fixed, determined feeling,—
which it is impossib e to suppress. V\ e are
moral'y certain, that if the Bill he nut p asnd,
the people will not pay taxes. This l-'try Imvc
determined. Indeed, as early us 11 o’clock
yesterday, the windows exhibited a printed
placard, of which the following is a copy :
NO TAXES PAID HJBRE
THE REFORM BILL IS PASSED.”
London, May 13—Thursday afternoon,
about half past five o’clock, a vast crowd of
people assembled >n the neighbourhood of the
House of Commons and Palace yard. The
Duke of Cumberland, ihe Marquis of Lon
donderry, and Lord Rosslyn, passing in com
pany along parliament street on horseback,
towards the House-Guards, were recognised
and followed by a mob of betweeed 200 and
300 men and boya, hooting and hissing
completely filled, and the aspect of such a vast
number ot uncovered heads was peculiarly
sinking, but the unanimity and firmness that
distinguished their proceedings was still more
impressive than the numbers of the assem
blage. All the resolutions were carried with
out the slightest opposition, unless that given
by one single individual in the crowd to each
as it was successively proposed, deserve the
uatne. Indeed, the meeting seemed lo be
pleased ut this solitary dissentient, ns he show
ed to a very emphatic manner the singular un
ion of the livery, and the strength of the gene
Electors of Westminster.—Tho electors of
Westminster mot on Friday, pursuant to no
tice, ut tho t.rown and Anchor Tavern, for the
purpose of “ adopting measures commciisir
rate tu the present alarming slate of tho coun
try.” Tho chair wus taken by Sir F. Burden
who spoke with mnch vigor upon tho objects
of tho meeting. A resolution ngainst Ihe
grant of any further supplies by Parliament,
and n petition founded upon it, to tho House
of Commons were unanimously adopted.
RESTORATION OF EARL GREY
AND Ills MINISTRY CONFIRMED.
London Courier Office, J
M«v 15—five o'clock, j
In consequence of a communication trims
milted this afternoon from the King to Earl
Grey, his Lordship immediately summoned a
Council of ihe late Ministry, to take into con
sideration the subjoctofhis Majesty’s commu
nication. The Council met at Earl, Grey’s
residence, in Downing-slrect, and has only
just broken up.
Since writing tho above, we have learnt Ihnl
Mr. Baring communicated to the House of
Commons the fact of tho Duke of Wellington
not being a minister, and that Lord Allhnrp,
at the same time, requested Ihe House to sus
pend deliberations until tho result should be
known ol the sitting of the Council to which
we have above uiiuded.
Our private correspondent writes under date
of 6 o’clock—
' It is now quite certain that Earl Grey will
resumo office; Lord Allhorp has announced
the fact in the House of Commons this eve.
ning, und Mr. Baring hlsn stated that the Duke
of Wellington ia not Minister.”
In a subsequent note he says— '
'• A second edition of tho Standard nnnoua
ecs the reunll ol Earl Grey.” And again, half
an huur later, he writes as follows :
London May Iblh 7 o'clock P. M.
Gentlemen—I have to inform you that the
Lord Muyor has announced publicly on
'change, that the whole of the late administra
tion have been reinstated in their respective
offices; this intelligence is also confirmed by
Sir H. Parnel. I have this moment seen
gentleman who met him about ien minutes
since, to whom he communicated the fact.—
Should a second edition he published by any
of the newspapers previous to tho couch leav
ing for Portsmouth, I will send yoa a copy.—
I am, gentlemen, yours very truly,
T HE examination of the lower Classrs in Franklin
College will commence on Thuraday, 19tli inat.
and Ihe final examination of the Senior Class on the
24lh. Candidates for admission into College will be
examined on Saturday Ihe 88th, at w hich time all who
-xpect to enter the next term are advised, if practica
ble, to be present. On Sunday the Commencement
Sermon. On Monday the 30th, the Trustees will
meet, Tuesday 31st, the exhibition of the Junior Class,
and on Wednesday the 1st August, the Annual Com
mencement. The oration before the Demosthcnian and
Phi-Kappa Societies, will be delivered on Thursday,
ASBURY HULL, Secretary.
nf ANTED Immediately a good Currier. Con-
Ww slant employ nn nt and liberal wages will be
given to a man of steady habits and good mural charac
ter. This Village ia not excelled by any in the Slate io
point of health. JAMES C. ANDERSON.
The Editora of the Recorder will please give the
> above lour insertion-s, and forward the account to tne
for payment. J. C. A.
Salem, July 6— 1G —4t.
-nF.MAINING in the Post Office at Athens, Gcor.
Jt®/ gis, on the 1st of July, 1832:
Watkins Bay nor,
James M. Berryhi'l,
Tlioa. It. Moore,
Miss Margaret McGraa,
Mrs. Rachael Berry.
Mins Maria McGran.
Doct. S. Cox.
Mi-s Mary C. Pope,
Robert II Patterson,
Henry J. Pope.
Thos. B. Erwin,
Joseph L. Royce.
John P. Greenwood,
J. G. Garner.
Win. H. Sims,
Win. O. Saffold,
Mrs. Frances Scott,
Wm. H. Houghton,
Cuthbert G. Hudson.
Oran Jar rett.
Miss Ann Jones,
Wm. Tuck, --
ugurtus II. Jones.
John A. Thomas.
A. N. Mayer,
Doct. W B. vVcIla,
Doct. James A. Wright,
W. L. MU CH ELL, P. M.
R. E. MARTIN,
Is now in this place, and offer
liis services to
thccitizensof Athensand vicinity.
July G-- 1G—tf.
R EM AINING ill the Post Office at Gainesville,
1UU county, Georgia, on the 1st day of July,
OF THE STATE OF GEORGIA.
T HE Trustees of this Institution, impressed with
the great importance of affording the facilities of
acquiring a complete .Medical Education in our own
Stale, and in our own climate, have under the authori
ty of their charter organized a Medical College in Ihe
city of Augusta, and elected the following Professors,
L. A. Dugiis, M. I). on Anatomy nnd Physiology,
Jos. A. Eve, M. D. on Materia Mcdica and Thera-
John Dent, M. D. on the Institutes and Practice of
M. Antony, M.T>. on Obstetrics and diseases of wo
men and children.
Is. D. Ford, M. D. on Chemistry andParmacy.
Paul F. Eve, M. D. on Surgery.
Tho Trustees respectfully call tho attention of the
public to the distinguishing feauture of their plan of in
struction. The course toiu be six months instead of the
usual period of four, by which extension of lime, the
Lectures will be less'crowded, and an opportunity
ufTorded for more minute daily examinations. That the
Lectures inoy bo interesting and satisfactory, the ne
cessary apparatus and preparations have been ordered
from Europe and tho North.
Candidates for the Doctorate aro required to be of
good moral character ; to have uttended at least two
full courses oC Lectures in this Institution, or ono in
some other respectable Medical College and a second
in this, in addition to the usual term of private study ;
to have registered their names, and delivered to the
Secretary an inaugural dissertation on some medical
subject, one month previous to tho conclusion of the
The course will commence on the third Monday in Oc
tober next, and terminate the third Wednesday in April.
The expense of the full course of Lectures will be
Graduation Fee, 810.
Good Board may bu obtained in the vicinity of the
Institute for 813 pur month.
The healthiness of Augusta aud economy to the
st ident, need no comment.
Published by order qf the Board.
AUGUSTUS B. I.ONGSTKEET,
President of the Board of Trustees.
L. D. FORD, Secretary.
ICP* f he papers of Augusta, Savunnnli Georgian,
Georgia Journal, Federal Union, Southern Banner,
Greenville Mountaineer, Mobile ItegiMter, Mercantile
Advertiser. (Ncw-Oleans) the Natchez und Floridian,
will publish the ahovo each, once a fortnight until the
15th September, and forward their accounts to tho Sc
Six Negroes, (o wit: Amy . woman about
twenty-five years of age j.Lixy a girl, about four years
old; George a boy, about two Tears old, Joe a tiny;
about .ix year, old; Lindy a girl, shoot four year, old;
and Nclaon a boy, about five years old > levied on as
the property of Gabriel A- Moffett, lo satisfy a fi. fa is
sued nn the foreclosure of a mortgage in favor of Sle.
xena Thomas and others, va. said Moffeit. *
Ono Negro Girl by the name of Terry, Rf-
tcen or sixteen yean of ago. levied on as the property
of JnhnT. Barnett, to aatiafys fi. fa. in favor of George
Dent, vs. John F. Barnett, and William Davie security.
May 20. . JAMES HF.NDON, D. Sli’IT.
T ills is to warn all perrons from trading fur a cer
tain note given by mein favor of Win Simmon,,
on the 28th Jure 1831, for #25, and due 25th December
eainc year, at I am determined n t to pay raid note,
unless compelled by law. JOHN MAPLES.
Grove Level, July 6—1G—It.
LOOK AT THIS.
I HEREBY for warn all perform against trading for a
note of ha id given by me to a man bv ;he name of
__ At j Taylor, for 815.lue the lit day of April 1830 ; as Mid
the entrance to The House-Guatds tho'shouts j n ‘ C ’ “ d ' n>t
■ e ore j y^ coB ARNUf |)i
were trem«ml*»is, when his Royal Highness, j
in n gqod nlured manner, made hi? obeisance I July *—16—?t.
Janie. C. Brantley, 2.
Jeuliea Bn'cs, jr.
John A. Bates,
Anstcad B. Baggett,
Mr. Bird, Eoq.
Peter Chaney o.r
John Beard, 3.
Tiiidenus H. McCleskey,
Miss Eliza McKinzcy,
Mrs. Nantsey McCollum,
V. alter Nunolcy.
Samuiet K. Olover,
Shoal Creek Bap. Church, Win.Ownley,
A. Carvin, 2.
Thomas Cut well,
Stray or E. Danniel,
Robert Dawdy, aen.
William E. Davis,
Paul Furr or
A. K. Foster,
11 Slice Fisher.
Milton H. Uathriglit,
Wiley J. Gsrrod.
William Hogood, 2.
Joseph W. Hsuison,
James (J. Itcmbill,
Turner & F.. Herron,
Sherred Halley, 2.
John H. Hanson,
Carray W. Jackson,
Mrs. Msrv Jones,
George IV. Keelsugb,
John K-enum, 2.
John 11. Pryor,
Edmond Powcl, 2.
Mrs. Ajin Presley,
Janie. D. Peterson,
VVm. M. Patlay,
llunon v Punt.
John II. Smith,
Elm W. Smith,
Jamea F, Smith, 2.
James W. Tunnel!,
Jesse Windser, 4.
Pelei Wever and
John Wilkey, sen.
Orphs Willson, 2.
Ueotge C. Wallis,
Nethanuid M. Young.
WILEY HARDEN, P. M
JO HIT DAWCOIT
R ESPECTFULLY tender Ilia thanks in hi.-friends
and to Ihe public generally, lor the patronage lie
lias received since lie opened his house st this place.—
He is now adding to hie building, which will enable
hint to accommodate hia visiters with comfort to them
end aatialaction to himself. His house is situated on
the Weat Bank of the Hightower River, (known on tho
map ofthe Cherokee country as Sally Hughe’s place,)
on ihe mane road front •'.Uledgevilleto Tojnmsec and
N. Alabama, and in tho richer, pan of Cherokee coun
ty ; in the vicinity are good u inerul and limestone wa
ter. sod the Gold mint's.
July 6- -IS—eoivdm.
C lLAIIK SHERIFF’S SALE.—On tho
■' first Tuesday in AUGUST next, will bo sold,
ut ilia Cmirl-houie in tho town of Walkinnville Clark
county, within the usuul hours of sale, Ilia following pro
perly, to wit:
Two hundred nnd forty Acres of Lund mnro
or lesson the waters of the Appalacheo River adjoining
Trcudwcll Boling and others. Levied on as the proper
ty of John Hunt, to ealtafv three fi. fan. issued from a
magistrates Com' in favour of Bryant Parker vs. John
Hunt. Luvy made unit returned to me by a Constable.
Two Negroes viz. Mian n boy nbout seven
teen years of age, and liirod a hoy shout eleven years
old: levied on as the property of John D. Overstreet
to aultafy a !i. fa. in favor of Albert Bears vs. Jno D.
tvemtrecl and Wm. Moore.
Orta Road YVngnn and four pnir of harness,
two bay horses one surrelt horse and one sorrel mane
horse: levied on as the property of Henry Glaason to
satisfy two li. fas. one in favor of John Niabet and tho
other in favor of George l)enl vs. Henry Glaaaou and
Johnathan Lea, and Murcus A’ Scars security on the
Seventy Acres of Land more or less, adjoin
ing Ward and Morton, ono maru Mule, one tray horse
8 or 0 years old, ono sorrel mare about 10 years old
tml one yoke of Oxen: levied on as Ihe property of
Robert Love to satisfy a fi. fa. in favour of Joim Mor
ton adinr. of Meriwether Hurt Deceased va. Robert
Love slid David tl. Love security on appeal.
ISAAC S. VINCENT, Sli’IT.
"MM’ADISON Sheriff’ll Sale.—On the first
Tuesday in AUGUST next, will be sold at
the Court-House in the town of Danieloville, Madison
county, within the usual hours of sale, the following
property, to wit:
Eighty-two Acres of Land, more or less,
adjoining McCres and Strickland whereon Alexander
Corrntli now lives: levied on aa Ihe property of Wm.
Baxter, to satisfy a fi. Ik. issued from a lusticei Co rrt,
in favour of A. Crawford &Cn. vs Wm. Baxter. Levy
made and returned to me bv a Constable.
Ono Trnct of Land containing 100 Acres
more nr less, adjoining Caldwell and others: Levied
on as the properly of Drury W, Bowie, to satisfv three
fi. fas. issued from s fustics* Court ill favour of A.
Crawford fitCo. vs. saiJ Bovvin. Land pointed out hy
the plnintilT. Levy made and leinrned to mo bv •
RICHARD B. GHOI.STON, Sh’IT.
Strayed or Stolen,
f 7tROM the subscriber, living 4 nuleg
from Lexington, on tho road I- nd-
ing to Greeneaborougii, on Sunday night
Ihe totli insl.,u gray mar* of Merabis
size, about :> years old, 5 feet, ono inch high ; marked
on tiro tell shoulder by a cholur, also, on her right
hind leg about twu niches strove her pastern joint, ta a
knot occasioned by e rock. Any person who may taka
and convey tiro aald animal to l.ezington, where I
can get her, ahull receive a reward of Ten Dollars.
VL7.. ~ CHIT Mi-ESZ,
P UPIL fromlhn ConMTvxforeofPari*, rr*p. c.ful
ly informs tha citiziDisof Athens nnd im vicifiiry,
flint lio propo.-oa to H>ach tho loilowin;. branches of
Vmal aud Inftfruimmfiil music, to wit • Vocal tin ficg
Church or Lyrical, Piano Forte, Guitar, Violin, B#n§
French Horn, Flute and Clarionet. He will tune and
repair Piano Fortes in the b«‘«t order—Sell music and
Mr. Marck will he glad tint peraona wishing his ner
vier, will call at Capt. Brown's in thin place, where all
order* left will be punctually attended to.
Referrence—Dr. W W. WaddeJ, G. W. Shaw, and
S. Tennv, all of this place.
.Inno 19- 14 - 5t.
rgVIE PLANTERS’ HOTEL in Ibis place, is yet
■ kept by the subscriber. Promises and pled
ges are the common order of the day in sne'i eases, but
as heretofore ho refrains from either; yet Ire hope* to
be able to give as giinoral satisfaction ns any other
•nan an high up the country. Gainesville is a pleasant
Village, and is perhaps ono of tha healthiest places in
the State—in the t nuirdiale vicinity of the Geld Re
gion, with tno lime-stone springs near it, one is I),
and the other 3 mite- distant, with a good road to each.
A Stage has commenced running from Augusta lo thia
place twice a week.
ftt7" The Editors of the Georgia Journal. Augusta
Constitutionalist, Abbeville Whig, will give the above
three insertions, nnd forward their accounts to the sub
scriber fur payment. L. C.
Gainesville, Juno IS—14—tf.
F oil SALE, Ihe Plantation whereon the suhacri-
bor now lives, near Ihe Town of Athena, consis
ting ot about
ACRES, with a largo two story dwelling House, and
other suitable out buildings. The whole or a part of
tiro plantation will he disi osod of with the buildings
to suit purchmors; tiro situation is healthy anil suffi
ciently neor (within a mile) the ('illoge for all tho
advan'ages of the schools. I would ,>arlicularly invite
parents who wish lo cducato their children under their
own immediate guardianship, to call and see the prenti
ces. JOHN NI8BET, Jun.
June 25—l. r >—6t. '
C LARK Postponed Sheriff's Sale.—Oil
at the Court house in Watkinaville, Clark county,
within the usual hoursofsale, the following property to
Ono Uouse and Lot in the Town of Athens,
well improved, occupied at present by the defendant us
a public Tavern; one Negro bnv by the name of Shep
herd, alrout 22 years of age; also, Ellis a man, 35 or
forty years of age; one four horse Stage and harness,
one four wheel Carriage end harness, ons two horse
wagon, two bay horses, |0 or 12 years old, seveo fea
ther beds, Iwadrteh sod furniture, five mattresses,
one doZ. Windsor chairs, half dot. spirt bottom chairs,
12 nine tables, two r tiding tables, (of cuerry,) » tvslnut
ridebostd, ono dnz knives and forks, one dox soil a
half earthen plates, onedoz. cups end saucers, mx dish
es, 5 pitchers, 2 decanters, 4 bowls, I wo jugs, and one
jar: levied on as the properly of John A. Byrd, to aa.
ii.lv ts » fi. las. one in favor of John Marlin, Ike other
in favor of F-lizur L. Newton, vs said Bytd.
A F rtune, if you want one!
I N Gminnett county, Georgia, tho aub'criber has for
«alo a valuable Landed Instate, with excel ent im
provements upon it. two framed Dwelling <fou«e*, one
commodious enough for u large family—its site ia upon
a beautiful eminence, overlooking two splendid newly
built Mills, both in good order; th# Grist‘Mtl! ins
when attended, a full support. The plantation has
various cabins upon it, a good still house, and a very
superior spring, which runs st Ihe base of tho hill from
% _ .. a flint rock mixed with granite, it is pure, and is recei-
the firat Tuesday, in AUGUST next, * ill be sold ved into
Mill* are upon Ivy Creek, which ia a lively stream,
furii'slriog water at all •r.tsons to keep the mills in
operation. Some Gold as been found upon one oftho
lots - Iron nro in abundance, and a place lo put the
Factory. About one quarter of a mile belnxi the mills
is a splendid Shoal, where an extensive Iron Factory
can be established, and judges who have examined
the mines upon the premise*, pronounce them rich and
inexhaustible. Persona wanting such property will do
well to visit the premises, and judge for themselves,
and then call ana see tha subscriber. They are best
known as Bogan's Mills, abaut 7 mile* from Lawrence.
ville. Terms liberal.
W. P. McKEEN, Talbotton, Geo.
April 10—4 —w3m.
Book and Job Printing neatly and accurate
ly executed at this office.