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PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY MORNING BY
Terms.—Three dollars per annum, payable within six
months after the receipt of the first number, or four dol
lars if not paid within the year. Subscribers living out of
the state, will be expected in all cases, to pay in advance.
No subscription received for less than one year, unless
the money is paid in advance; and no paper will be dis
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ance of their Papers, are requested to bear in mind, a set
tlement of their accounts.
Advertisements will be inserted at the usual rates;
when the number of insertions is not specified, they will
be continued until ordered out.
ICT 0 All Letters to the Editor or Proprietor, on mat
ters connected with the establishment, must be post paid
inorder to secure attention.
5C3?’ Notice of the sale of Land and Negroes, by Ad
ininistretors. Executors, or jluardians, must be published
sixty dats previous U> 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 estate must be
published forty days.
Notice that Application will be made to the Court of •
Ordinary for Leave to sell Land or Negroes,must be pub- .
fished four months.
Notice that Application will be made for Letters of Ad
ministration, must be published thirty days and for
Letters of Di im'ssion, ux months.
The high blooded. Horse
WILL stand the ensuing season >ll Monday and
Tuesday at Anderso > Court-House, on Wed
nesday and Tnursday at Pendleton Village, on Friday
and Saturday at Pickens Court-Elouse, and will be let to
mares at $5 the single visit. Sid the season, and sls the
insurance—-50 cents to the-Groom in every instanch.—
Persons putting a mare by the single visit, in the event
of requiring the services of the horse the second time, will
have the season to pay in addition. Parting with a mare,
before or after ascertaining whether she is in foal, forfeits
the insurance. Every’ possible care will be taken to pre
vent accidents, but will not be liable for any. Those who
send mares, in the event of th ir not proving in foal,
.shall have-the fill season giatis, unless I train him;.in
that event, they shall have his service next year. Season
to commence I Oth of March and i d 10th of June. -
No money will be demanded efore next January, 1 ap
money excepted, which will be required at the lime of
true Copy of a Certificate jrom ’• r. Richard Covington,
who raised Jiladdin, —which Certificate is in my posses.
- ' sion.
“ I certify, that a sorrel Stallion, five years old this
spring, sold by me to J. T. hitefield, Esq. so. SIOOO,
was sired by Arab —he by Sir Aic.iy , Arab’s dam Bet
Bounce, one of the best ; iares ever raised in Virginia.—
Aladdin’s dam was siied by Financier—he by the import
ed Buzzard—his grand dam by the impor’ed Dragoi.—
his great grand dam by the imported 1- huinap.
Given under my hand the 2tst day of February, 1834.
__£_i_ l _liLfiin V'- " "—'—T— -*'■■■ —■; "J 1
M as follows
Sir A.chy was got by the imported Diomede, out of
Castianira ; she was imported and sired by Rocking
ham, out of Tabitha, by Tuntham ; Tabitha’s dam out
of the darn of Pegasus. Arab, (Aladdin’s sire) was got
bySirArchy. Ar. b’s dam was the celebrated running
mare, Bet Bounce, by Sir Harty, the best son ofSir Peter
Teazle. Betßounce’sdam Atlanta, by old imported Med
ley; as an evidence of the estimation- in which Sir Harry
stood, he cost in England.6so guineas, and all expenses
included when landed n Virginia. Was one thousand
' two hundred Pounds sterling.—(See 1 urfßegister, 111.
VoL page 13. Bet Bounce, Arab’s dam. WmR. John
son says : “she w’as one among the best marcs he ev
saw and to prove this fact, he states: “She sold ,'fo
two thousand dollars, when fifteen years Old and a< ti.-
ally produced her differ. uto > n<- sin colts $17,000.
Tun Register do. 3 —Vol. 4 page 322 r in.mcie.
sire of Aladdin’s dam) was got byth< imported Buzzaro
Buzzaid by Woodpecker, dam by Dux. Col. Hoomes says
“Buzzard was the most beautiful horse he ever saw.
(See his letter to Joi. John Taylor, Vol. 3. page 13.1
Financier, in 1812, in Charleston,'whierr four years u.d.
won the 3 mile heats ; beating lour bthe distinguish
horses. (See Turf Register Vol. 1. n. 12, pane ■>■■o.)
—tfepnestloni ‘t ycaisymrt By Buzzard, batt -brother ot Fi
nancier, won the 4 mile heats the < ay before, beating
Rosicrusion and Post Boy. (See 'I u f Register, same
page, 590) Flimnap (imported) was got by South, out
es a Cygnet mare ,"Cygnet was by the Gouolphin Ara
bian. South was by Regulus, a son of the Godolplun
‘Arabian. Sec Turf Register No. 3. Ist Vol. page i 64.
Dragop a chesnut son* 1 foaled in England 1787, got
by Woodpecker, (who was als., th sire of Buzzard,) his
data Juno, by .Spectator, Horaiiu, by Blank ; Childers,
Miss Biivoir by Grey Granthum;' Paget Turk; Billy
Percival by Leed’s Arabian; Spanker.
JFooetpecker foaled in England got by King Herod,
out of .diss Kami sden by Cade,- Cade by the Godolphin
Arabian. * This is a fu land correct Pedigree of Allad
in’s Ancestry; and on the score of blood, on the male side,
the proudest might be content in mounting through such
a sire at once, as he does to Sir Archy ; an ' in the mater
nal line, what can be better then to arrive at •qu.dly as
pure a fountain, as arc exemplified in Financier, Buzzard,
Flimnap, Bet Bounce, Sir Harry, Sir Peter Teazle, and a
host of others ? Aladdin has been purchased at one fifth
'of what I am worth, and placid so low in Ins prices as a
stallion, as to be in the reach of every man who is able to
own' a mare; and in fact, stands lower than any horse of
liis blood in the world, and in form and figure, can vie
with any horse. It remains, now for lovers of fine stock,
to encourage, not only myself, but other liberal minded
gentlemen, in offering to them fine stock ho: see, or in
driving all good horses from this to some more liberal
region. J. T.rWHITEFI LD.
N. B. Any person sending a mare from a distance,
will send them to my residence, at Ander-on Court
April 30, 3t5
O' th ’■ first i tlesday in August next, will be sold, at
liie Court-House in Cobb county, under an order
. of the ho ior'alile the Inferior Court (sitting for ordinary
. purposes) of Jackson county,
One Lot of and o. 748.
in the Ist district, 2d section, Cobb county, it being part
of the real estate of Sarah Watson, deceased. Sold for
the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said deceased.—
■ Terms made knewn on the day of sale ,
RICHARD GOODE, Adm’r.
AD. iIM'TRATUR’S POSTPONED SALE.
WILL BE SOLD, on the first Tuesday in June
next, at the Court House in Cobb county,
a Lot of Land,
eontaing forty acres, part of the real_ estate of James
Thomas, deceased. Sold for the benefit of the heirs and
creditors. — Terms made known on the day of sale.
BRANNON THOMAS, Adm’r.
May 3, 1834 - 3 tds
“ WHERE POWERS ARE ASSUMED WHICH HAVE NOT BEEN DELEGATED, A NULLIFICATION OF THE ACT IS THE RIGHTFUL REMEbY. ’ Jeffei 3011. -
Insurance Bank of C l mbits,
Bth April, 1834.
His Excellency Wilson Lumpkin:
Sir—ln obedience »o law, I epclose you a
statement of the affair* of this institution on the
7th inst. together with a list of stockholders—
it will be seen we have but a small amount in
suit or under protest, and under the pe<uliar cir
cumstances attending the present pecuniary af
fairs of tne country, 1 feel grateful to have ii in
I my power to’say, I consider our business entire
ly safe. With great respect,
J. C. WATSON, President.
A general statement of the affairs of the Insu
rance Bank of Columbus, on Monday the Ith
of April, 1834.
To capital stock paid, $150,000
“ Notes issued, 298,400
“ “ on hand, 139,241
“ “ in circulation, 159,159
i “ amount due other banks, 28,388 92
I “ amount of dividends uncalled for, 675
“ amount of undivided profits, 10,538 86
“ Surplus Fund, 4,554 81
“ Individual Deposites, 67,892 44
By notes discounted running to
maturity, $125,588 66
“ “ “ and under protest, 6.175
“ “ “ IV in suit, 365
“ bills of exchange running to
maturity, 120,394 49
« “ “ in suit, 6,350
amount due from other banks, 30,523 35
“ amount due from agents, 9,786 12
“ banking house and lot, 8,131 45
“ protest account, 55 75
“ cash, viz:
“ silver in vault, 81,963 21
“ gold “ “ 4,000
•• other bank d< -tes
of Georgia, 27,576
A list of Stockholders in the Insurance Bank of
Columbus, on 7th of April, 1834.
Names. Na of Shares. Each Share. Amount
Jas. C. Watson, 200 SSO 10,000
D. M’Dougald, 200 “ 10,000
ITnrpor Sr O,UUU ,
Robert Collins, 100 •• 5,000 :
Jas. B. Carswell, 100 « 5,000
George Smith, 100 “ 5,000
A. M’Dougald, 100 “ 5,0U0
B. Hepburn, 200 “ 10,000
Jas. Wadsworth, 100 “ 5,000
N. B. Powell, 100 “ 5,000
Robert Watson, 100 “ 5,000 j
Mary Watson, 50 “ 2,500
John Dill, 100 “ 5,000
D. Thornton. Jr. 100 “ 5,000
G. W. Murray, 400 “ 20,000
Lewis C. Allin, 50 “ 2,500
ilkins Hunt, 50 “ 2,500
eaboni-1 horn, 50 “ 2,500
William Towns, 50 “ 2,500
hos. ( rowell, 200 “ 10,000
George Jewett, 100 “ 5,000
(Libert Coleman, 200 “ 10,000
L. L. Giiffin. 100 “ 5,000
Martin, 100 « 5,000
Geo. Granberry, 50 “ 2,500
Georgia, Muscogee county.— Personally ap
peared before me, B. Hepburn, Cashier, and
James C. Watson, President, who being duly
sworn, deposeth and saith, that the above is a
correct statement of the affairs of the Insurant e
Bank, and a list of stockholders, to the best of
their knowledge and belief, on the 7th day of
J. C. WATSON, President.
B HEPBURN, Cashier.
Sworn to and.subscribed before me, this Sth
of April, 1834. John Johnson, j. p.
Macon, 9th April, 1834.
Sir, —Enclosed I hand you a return, show
ing the condition of this Bank, on Monday the
1 take this occasion to remark, that th« a
mount of discounted notes in suit, a e notes
that were transferred from the Bank of Macon
to this Bank, and are unquestionably good.—
I'key hail been discounted and renewed for se
veral times previous to suit, and the suits are
now pending on the appeal.
A. CLOPTON, President,
i To his iZxceliency, Wilson Lumpkin.
Report of the condition of the Commercial Bank
at Macon, on Monday, 7th April, 1834.
To notes of this
Bank issued, $253,407
. To Notes of
on hand, 144,750 —in cir*
i culation, $108,657
1 To capital stock, 100,000
dividends unpaid, 2,831 50
“ undivided profits, 4.422 22
ATHENE. r EO’-GI 1 S TVRDAY- AiiAY 17, 1n34.
“ due to other banks, 10,124 82
“ due to individual depositors, 27,098 77
By notes discounted
running to maturi-
i ty, all good, $54,834 05
Bi notes discounted,
past due, all good, 5,686
By notes discounted
I in suit, all good, 8,258
! By bills of exchange
ning to maturity,
all good, 88,837 35
By bills of exchange
, discounted, past
due, all good, 3,209
By amount due from
Bank of Macon, 6,992 43
By amount due from
other Batiks, 7,651 30
By amount due on
protest ac ouut, 18
By amount for inci
dental expenses, 112 15
By amount for sala
ries paid, . 274
By notes of other
By spec : e in
vault, $31020 93
By do. in Cen
tral Bank, $6,000
$253,134 31 j
Names of Stockholders, with the number of
Shares owned by on w-ich the sum oj
twenty-jive dollars per share has been paid.
No. of bhares.
Danniel M’Kay* 50
L. Baldwin & Co. 50
Samuel Griswold, 10
Levi Eckley, ’ 68
John Harvey, 66
Giles B. Taylor, 66
James Goddard, 240
Thomas Taylor, 50
William Cooke, 50
John S. Raiiule, 100
James xM. JDunn. 50
William Fort, 60
' A Clopton, 940
1 David Flandersj 50
Andrew Rt id, 50
James Whitfield, 50
James Wakeman, 12
George Jerrett, 50
Thomas Hoxey, 50
i E. L. A uuug, 50
E. L. Young & Co. 60
Mieajah Felton, 25
Thomas Cooper, 100
Gilbraith Simonton, 50
Charles Campbell, 50
William Alex;.nuer, 100
Robert W. tort, 50
Andrews Battle, 50
Wm. H. Burdsall, 60
Thomas Napier, 300
Richard Harv< y, 25
Anthony D. er, 176
Leroy Napier, ’ 50
Fleming Jordan, 50
Charles S. Jordan, 63
James R. Jones, 50
Hugh Craft, 150
C. B. (. ole, 50
William B. Parker, 50
James Lamat, 100
Vi illiam B. h iouruoy, 100
Benjamin Moseh, 50
Bank State of Georgia, 50
Total 4.000 shares
Georgia, Bibb County.— Personally came
before me Nathaniel Eels, .i Public Notary for
said county, AHforu < lopton, President, and
Thomas Hardeman, Cashier, ot the Commcr
< lai Bank it Macon, who being uuly s orn,
say, that the above report exhibits the true con
dition of sai Bank.
A. < LOP TON, Pn sident.
THOMAS HAKDIMAN, Cashier.
Sworn t<» amt subscribed before me this Btb
day of April, 1834.
NATHANIEL EELS, notary Publu .
Marine & Fire Insurance B.iui*
Savannah, April Blh, 1834.
To his Excellency Wilson Lumpkin, Governor.
Slate of Georgia.
Sir—ln conformity with the act of the Le
gislature, 1 have he- honor to transmit you mrt -
with, an exhibit of the condition of tins Bank,
OD the first Monday in pril, embracing the
condition of the branch at Macon, made up on
the first day of April, together with the affirma
tion required by law.
The item in the exnibit “ Notes of Bank of
Macon, find cost of suit” ($170) one hundred
and seventy < ollars, is bad. Un the bills and
notes in suit and judgment, and bills receivable,
amounting in the aggregate to sixteen thousand
eight hundred and sixteen dollars and forty-nine
cents, ($16,816 49-100) it is probable the
> Bank will lose between live and six thous nd
I dollars. These items embrace all the outstand-
ing business of the bank contained in this exhi
bit, all oth'-r assets of the bank are of the best
Th< specie in the vaulls of the Bank and the
balance due from the oiher Banks in this city,
are equal to tour-fifths of the circulation.
| In reviewing the business of the bank from
the first of October last, it appears the amount
of specie returned to that day. was the smallest
amount the bank has had in its vaults at any
period since that return was nride.
1 am, most respectfully,
Your obedient seivant,
S. B. PARKMAN, Pr< sident.
Marine Eire Insurance Bank.
Exhibit of .Marine <5- Fire I surance Bank Sa
vannah, and Bra.ich at J\lacon, on the first
Monday of April, 1834.
To Capital stock, $170,000
“ Notes in < ir< ula-
tion, principal $176,598
“ Noles in circula-
tion, branch, 23,610
“ money in deposite
by individuals, 125,149 07
“ amount' due to
banks, viz :
“ U. S. Branch Sa-
vannah, ' $2lB 76
Bank of Augusta, 42,390 46
“ Augusta Insurance
Company, 26,667 05
“ Agency and Bank
of Hawkinsville, 11,295 99
“N. England Bank, 12,474 96
! “ Branch at Macon on
I > open a< count. 9,935
“ Individuals tor un
claimed dividends, 824 50
“Rt served fund, $18,775 29
“ profits smee sth
December last, 15,904 18
By specie in Savan-
nah. $83,782 95
“ specie in Macon, 14,833 10
r 98,616 05
“ Notes of specie
pay ug banks in j
“ amount <>ue from
Banks, viz :
“ State’ Bank Sa
vannah, $34,697 20
“ Planters’ Bank, “ 32,215 37
e 66,812 u7
“ Union Bank Ci arles*
ton, 2,620 92
“ Bank of America,
New-York, 21,505 14
“ Bank of Darien, $350 51
“ Ba k of Hawkins-
ville, 347 17
“ Bank of Columbus 3,842 14
“ dis ouuted notes
running to ma-
turity 150,850 Z 3
“ dicounted Ex-
ti. in.nur.tj, 256,705 47
“ Stock o Corpora-
tion savannah, $4,052 75
“ Stock of .Union
“ Notes of Bank of
xVla< on and t ost
t f suit, $l7O
“ bills mid notes in
in suit & juug-
nie t, 7,646 75
“ bills receivable, 9,170 74
“ Expense - since the
sth Dec. last, 4,097 92
JAS. SMITH, Cashier.
Savannah, April 9th, 1834.
otockhulaei s in the Marine <£ Fire Insurance
Bank oj Savuniiah, Aprillth, 1834.
Names. No. of Shares. paid on each,
idney M. Anderson, 13 535
..mlocn &. Axyus, Trustees, 6 x
u gant Llack, 15
chanic’s Bank, 1 hiladelphia, 100 “
oseph Cumming, 50
n i Campbell. 50 «
ary < Island, 20 « .
ob. rt v ampbell, ' 451 «
. “ Trustee, 85 «
...ary A. Cowper, 39 “
tiobert Clark, 31 «
lomas i. lay, 4 “
. .omas Cumming, estate of 4 «
i homas Clark, 123
John Cumming, 120 “
Chuthtftn Academy, 57 “
B. . Delamata. 100 “
b. C. Dunmng, Trustee, 6 “
Helen Flemming, 5 “
' James Fraser, 100 “
.»’ illiam Godfrey, 200 “
George t tall, 400
John Haupt, Guardian, 3 “
J. B. Herbert, tstate of 120 “
1 at. Houston, 46 “
“ “ Executor, 4 “
Pnscilla Houston, 38 “
b. Halsey, 50 “
Henderson a. And rson, Trustees, 8
L. Jackson, Jr. Executor,' 100
VOL. TT»No. 4.
G<org‘ jones, 50 “
B. K. Johnston, 72 s “
J. b. Johnston, 53 “
L. Johnston. 75 “
E. H. Johnston, 70 ‘‘
P. A. Johnston, 25 *
W. P. Johnston, 94 s!
v. H. Johnston, 9
S. M. Johnston, 75 “
Lucy Isaac, 82 ‘
Mary Ker, 185 “
P. M. Kollock, 61 •“
M. F. Kollock, 52 “
G. J. Kollock. 30 •'
Andrew Low, £OO
James Lamb, l°o ‘‘
A’ary.Lavender, 15 “
A'.. H. Lawton, estate of 55
Georg- Lceves, 140 “
Hez-Lonl, 50 «
R. ackay, estate of 39
A. Nichols, “ 20
A. Pa.kman, 20
S. B i’arkman, 143
Pai km,in & Gordon, Trustees, 270
A. o ter, 250
John Potler, -00
E. L. Penfield, estate of ' ®1
E. Padlefoid, 200 “
Quin, «. 24
Wm. Rahn. 50
Vi m Hob rtson, 40
E. Reid, 100 ~ “
“ '• ustee. 150 “
Lucy Spalding, 40
C. Seym ur estate of 103 “
C. F. Seymour, 103
J. Stone, 100 a
Scarbrotfgh, Tayior & Wallace,
Trustees, 97 “
W. J Scott, estate of 396 “
J. S. Chapter, 150 “
E. M. H. Twiggs, 30
Wm. H. Thompson, 100 “
H. Tapper, 67 «
George Thomas, 44 ,e
Chafin ga-num, 53 «
John iik inson, 400 “
P. t.. '.'ilkins, 32 f£
N. -.lace, 100 “
, F Iler, Executor, 32 $25
I Sarnu ‘ Clark, 15 «
’ Jos. Stil. s, 4
' William Wallace, - 4 ' “
‘‘ “ Trustee, 4 a
H. O. Wyer, 100 s3s
86 Names, and 8,000 Shares.
Savannah, Chatham County. Personally
appeare heiore me, Joseph Cumming, a Jus
tice ot the Inferior Court for said county, Sam
uel B. Parkman, and James Smith, being the
I President and Cashier of the Marine and Fire
; Insurance Bank of the State of Georgia, who
' do solemnly affirm, that the exhibit of the con
dition of said Bank and Branch, the list of
stockholders and the explanation of the Pre-
I sident in a letter to the Governor, herewith
I annexed, ennhw. - ..i.3' fhiifiiiUl fugie-
scntaticn of all matter therein set forth, to the
best of taeir knowledge and belief.
8- B. PARKMAN, President.
! JAMES SMITH, Cashier.
‘ Signeu before m< this 9th April, 1834.
JOS CUMMING, j. r.c.c.c.
The Girard Bank—Public Deposites.
V e learn that the President of the Girard
Bank*has just rt turned from his mission to
Washington, and, according to the wishes of
the Stockholders, has made an arrangement
with t e Secretary of the Treasury, whereby
this fnstitution terminates its connection with
the Treasury, after the Ist July next.
The determination of the government in rela
tion to the n turned deposites is not known. It
is belit vec that they will not be received by
any bank in the city.
Saturday Evening Post.
The Washington correspondent of the Jour
nal of Commerce, states that in the course of
Mr. P< ind xter’s remarks on the President’s
1 protest, be alluded to a fact not well known to
public, viz. that this was not the first message
s< nt this session to the Senate, the reception of
which was refused. The President had once
sent tht m d message which his own friends
were a.-hamed to defend, and it was returned to
him, and not received until the offensive passa
ges contained in it were expunged. This, the
writer presumes refers to the Executive mes
sage, renominating the rejected Bank Direc*
YE*T ANOTHER PROCLAMATION !!!
A Letter oublished in the National Intelligen
cer. states, that it is understood that immedi
ately on the refusal of the Senate to receive the
Protest, Gen. Jackson will attempt to rouse his
party to threscue, by issuing a Proclamation
to the people.
A third term.—A letter received in this
City on Saturday, states, that there is an On Dit
at Washington, that General Jackson has de
clared that he will appeal to the people, by
offering a third time as a candidate forthePres*-
Cholera in the west.— The New Oileans Bee,
of the 241 h ult. says:-—“The Cholera had bro
ken out <>n board the steamer Philadelphia.
She landed a detachment of United States
Troops at Montgomery’s Point, on Sunday
morning, the commanding officer of which stat
ed to on: informant, that six of his cops had
been attache'' with the disease, one of whom
died; two others were supposed dangeroiis.—
There had been a few cases among the passen
gers of the boat one of whom had died,”
Two deaths from Cholera, are reported in the
Natchez Courier of the 18th ult.
Charleston Mercury, sth inst.
The Kembles are about to commence a
farewell engagement at the Park Theatre.