year, if paid m ad-
fifty .cents, if paid half
TE'.lolian; if delayed to the end of
ubsqnption received for Jess than
• he money is Mid in advance.—The
J>v •> himself the right to discontinue
id-*r not, before arrearages are paid.
£\ts will be inserted at the usual
to the Editor
*X* ' \. Xt y
\ay be proper to inform those who shall
nth their advertisiing custom, that Notice
of Land and Ndwoea by Administrators,
, or (iuardiona, published sixty days
> the day nf- - r - '
Personal ^qpperty, in like manner,
ajs previous to the day of
jf-htors and creditors of an estate must
ttion will be made to the Court
iv e to sell Land, must be publish*
be made for Letters
blishcd forty days.
with the existence of those principles for which we
have contended, and which now oMain^llic preafllfo.
lion of rights essential to the rharirtagitigaifr mid
mdc]>. -nee of a free people-; the exktencgpf a
policy which necessity requires and reason sanctions
|~~^>f jf policy justified by the suffrages of > people
who know their rights, and knowing, dare maintain
them, he is urged to their support by every considera
tion which cap. bind him, but above all, by a para
mount claim of fidelity in attachment, to principles
*hich be could W abandon, without an injustice to
his feelings, and an insult to Us reason and his un
derstanding. M . d
WVER r. SHAW.
7. • *-—*■
to satisfy a
levied oi. a s his property*
ut of Willia a D. Martin vs.
One D6t 6f C*>ra, supposed tribe eighty
barrels: levied ori as the property of i*eshack T.
Wilhite, to satfejYtwo fi. fa.’a f one in favour of Ro
bert C. Oglesby ior the use of William B."'Christian
vs. said Wilhite; the other m favour of Thornton and
Herndon vs. Meshack T. JVilh^e, pointed ouity de
the foregoing, si
S i will be so obliging as to insert
have the favour reciprocated the
W ILL BE SOLD, on the first Tuesday in Fe
bruary next, at the Court-House of. to' .-Ht
county, between the lawful hours of sale, the I
ing property, to wit: v f
Seven Hundred, Seventeen and a"Half
bert M. H
the use of
favour of S.
Adams, vs. a
Legs, vs. the 1
Boy, about' five years old, by
im : 1c vied on as the property olMlo-
day, to satisfy sundry fi. Ta.’s foi|p c
' one in favour of S. J. Scoggins', foi
Nabers, vs. said Holliday; ij
Scoggins, for the use of Richa
id Holliday, one in favour off]
the same; one in favour of Natl
same; one in ffcvonr of John
same L one in favour of the Tax Ci
WILL BE SOLD on Tuesday the 27tb of February,
next, at the late residence of Abraham Wil
liams in Jahfeson county, within sale hours, '
3The Personal Estate ^ **•
of said Abraham Williams, late' of said coupty^de-
ceased*, consisting of Horses, Hogs, Cows, Corn, abjjHI
Fodder, and Ilouscholdand Kitchen Fumiturc.-^Salc,
to continue from day to day until the whole is dis- j
posed of.f-Terins made knownvon the day of sale. •J
» -1 HOLLOWAY WILLIAMS,*)
ABRAHAM WILLIAMS, 5
Jan. 10, 1827.—-ts ,
Lcrcs of Land,
low lives; levied
uyes and Stcrlin
of John Howard
Willis, about 23 years of age ; levied on as the) pro
perty of John F. Barnett, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor
of Winfield J. Wright, for the use of Edward Paine
and others, vs. John F. Barnett, and James Haynie,
security on appeal.
ly.intellectual character of Athens—its
■nmp£*4ts rapidly increasing popula-
mmcrous advantages as the seat of a
Institution, and the growing in-
ing,"and of public patronage in its
: increasing demand for productions hav-
itryj in connection with the strong solici-
and * last, though hot lea**.,’
imedium of communication to
.for the difiui*on of intclli-
a mhfparLculaj ^subjccts, an;
yhich .have induced the Editor
is consult rfftion ’of the public, the Pros-
new wee 5 , ly paper, the first ,’uumbcr of
i)K)rewith w preseniml v t#^em^
Lracter of the will be diversified,
Irthose subjects intereathyto an,American
ghe lovers of political intelligence, foreign
iture, of pnence, of poetry, of
ii\o SEjN each be favoured, as
5nr|RS1rom the extensive
ft-0, and . Oir the numerous periodical
the day, with a bonouct, at which
-..aagmation, tanoy, and’ reasctUan
.Zgri.mW., the basis of ^^Qt—Com-
nnree, the bond of national u»»pmai»d Mmfactem*
tin -.import of national indc ' 'xicnce, will each re-
■ ■IMWortion to ■SkS& rt *®? s » a mc . nici .
of attention. To erdrv<^0-’? ?o . ber energies of
One Improved Lot in the Town of Athens,
No. not known, adjoining of Newton and others,
containing half an Acre, more or less ; levied on as
the property of Merideth Sneed, to satisfy a fi, fa. ill
favor ot Alfred M. Nesbit, vs. Moses Beard/Meri-
deth Sneed, and Thomas G. White.
Two tfc&s, Bedsteads and Furniture;
two Pine 1 ables; one Pine Sideboard; six split
bottomed Chairs ; two Pots; two Ovens ; one Cow
and Calf; one Sow and six Pigs; levied^ as the
property of Wiley Sledge, to satisfy a fi. jS. in favor
ofMcGehce Stanfield, va. W’ilcjr Sledge.
The Hirg of a Negro Man by the name
of Willis, r an 5xceUent^lucksmith, about 23 years
bourn M. Gathright, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of
John Loving, vs. Ausboum M. Gathright. '
Fifteen or Sixteen Barrels of Com, more
or less, and two Stacks of Fodder: levied on as the
property of Enock Spinks, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor
of John 4* W. C. Reese, vs. Enock Spinks.
JAMES HENDON, Sh’ff.
uuhu 5.’. and uuivken into .ac^ dormant facul
ties of reason, to amuse Mj^ravity of age, and the
sprigktliness of youth, will J 30 be_ attempted.—-To
his fair readers he will
of no pledge a, though a
. t.c dedicated to them.
5 ng3, the lower iiF hi*
His latncnuubng, ever
theVt taste may
or their tender
have laboured in
fa influence upon
y in establishing
iitions, civil anci
of those passions
in, and a submis-
‘ ile connection
iaries useful, not
ition for eminence,
atclli^ence, but useful
iture and science, an
Je and distinguished,
in the exertions of tlie
er destiny in the scale
> and a restlessness and ener,
mind, to exalt itself to a ’ '
of intellectual dimity./ . I
The Editor flatters lurtself with the hope of i
cciving contributions from gentlemen] of high a |
distinguiahed attainments, whose opimtn upon lite-
nry and political subjects will be of interest tp «i$
readers. With a pa/d reliance only u P°n their ai-
eistahcc, but with a determination, at far as he can
confide with safety in his own taste and judgment,
to render the Athxnian acceptable, he confidently
Jackson county, vs. the same: levy made
Two-Hundred and Fifty
lying on the north fork <6f Ocoi
Dupree, whereon Sterihi Mays
on as the property of Stephen
Mays to satisfy a fi. fa. in favi
for the tise of Smith \Vdung vs. Itcpheri Mayes and
Steriin,Mays. - ^
Four Hundred ‘and Forty Acres of Land,
more or less, lying on the Middle Fork of the Oconee
river, granted to Turner, adjoining Singleton ’ mid
others, whercors Asa Varoum now lives, with a valua
ble set of Mills thereon, and bther extensive im
provements; levied on as sail Vamurn’s property
to satisfy a*fi. fa. Charles Cariaf'fof'the use of A. C.
Atkinson, vs. Asa Vamuir; ana Charles Miller, se
curity on stay—Pointed oq/by Asa Vamum.
JOSIffH HAMPTON, Sh’ff.
Dec. 30j 1826.
^TILL BE SOLD, on Tuesday the 20th ofFebrua-
y next, at the late resideuce of Thomas Hinton)
Clarke coimty, deceased, all the perishable
~ty belonging to the Estate of said deceased,
iBgof Hfflgts. Hogs,Cattle, Shpep,.Com,and
; TrttetBdHSiaf aiwnhtcnwi^ruTflf^^aiiri 'a
number of articles too tedious to mention. •
At the same time and place, the Plantation will
rented, and the Negroes hired for the balance of th ^
year. Among the horses is an elegant Stallion o^
WILLIAM'C. DAWSON, will ail
in thetoountics of DcKalb, in the .Chatalo^cln’
Newtonm the Flint, and Walton in Lie yfrcs' CT '
Circuits. f "1
i ^Jreensbqrough, Jan. 2. I— 3;n
the finest blood which thiB country can ptodpee, now^d
in liis seventh year. Persons wishing to purchase r
such a one will do well to attend.—Terms made
known on the day of sale.
RACHEL HINTON, Adm’x.
age, until Christmas next, and one set of Black-
aith’s Tools ; levied oii^Ss the property of Aus-
a fi. fa. in
W ILL BE SOLD on the first Tuesday in/Fe-
'bruary next, at" * • ~ -
the court, house in Jackson
county; within the usual hours of sale, the following
. Sixty-one Acres of Land, more or 'less
granrn to William Lindsey, adjoining WrighUon the
wateit of Carry’s creek; one seventy-fivekgallon
still, tip, and worm ; and twenty tubs: levWS on as
.i u * J ' satisfy afi. fa. in
out> by one of de-
JOHN PARI^Dep. Sh’ff.
W ILL BE SOLD, on the first Tuesday in Feb
ruary next, at the Court House of^Clark
county, between the lawful hours of sale, the i
ing property, to wit
One Hundred and
Land, more or less; on thc'.watcrp sf>
adjoining Echols and oth^rsvlevied
perty ofr William B. Parkcr^o satisfy
vour of Shields and Manly, vi
One Tenth part of Five 1
of Laud, more or less, on the y ^
creek, adjoining Oliver and others
art of three Negroes, to witRal]
it years; ScipiO, a man
MM^ILL BE SOLD on the first sTuisday in Fe-
Wj tffuary next, in GainsviDj,- P
years old ■ and Jenny, a woman about
tiorc or li
114, in the lCi
as the property
one at the insta
at the instance
the land point
years old: all levied on as the property ot Isaac
Humphris to satisfy a fi. fa. in favour of Martin^.
Sparks, andothers/vs. Isaac Humplms: to be srid
subject to the life estate of Mrs. Mary Wright, j 5
One Negro Boy, Luke, about eighteen
years old: levied on as the property of Laury Bryan
to satisfy a fi. fa. in favour of John P. Blackman,
indorsee, vs. Laury Bryan
One Negro Boy, Simon, about twenty
years old, levied on as the property of John Tram
mell to satisfy a fi. fa. in favour of Isaac F. Jarrell
vs. John Tnunmell.
Three Negroes; to wit: Ann, a woman
about twenty-eight years old; Stephen, a boy about
ten years old; and Albert, a boy about ten years
Jan. 3d, 182L
ry next, in GainsviD*, 7 Hall 'county,
lawful hours of sale, tlie following pro-
! r 'mtaamm
ed and Fifty Acres of Land,
g on tho waters of Chestatee river,
and others, and known as Lot No.
District of Hall county: levied on
r John Smith to satisfy two fi. fa.’s,
ic of Thomas 'Whitehead, and one
f James Stephens, vs. said Smith;
ut by the defendant.
T JACOB EBERHART, Sh’ff.
W ILL B^ SOLD on the first Tnesday in Fe
bruary next, in the town of Lawrenceville,
in the seven
within the usual hours ot sale.
f Land, known as Lot No. 49,
Mstrict of Gwinnqfcounty: levied on
of John L. Tippan to satisfy an exe-
of the Justices of the Inferior Court,
S corge Pentecost vs. William Rli’Lain
Three Hundred Acns of Land, more or
less, lying on 1 te Mulberry fork of the OconeV river,
adjoining Thoi las Garner and others: levied on as
the property o John Hughs to satisfy a fi. fa. in fa
vour of Thom a Mehaffy vs. said Hughs.
JAMES LOUGHIUDGE, Sh’ff.
for th'e use
and John L.
re> T .
ibility of pc r-
bond of union,
en states, having inde-
oparato interests, view*,
►>eivaA €hat no c”ils except those
tor weaken the 'chain tliat
lcPtroy the policy which now 'inites them.
old, : levied on as the property of Pinckney B.
Thrasher, to satisfy a fi. fe in favptarjaf C. G. Bald
win and others, vs. Pmckney B.^ftrashcrMevied
and returned by a bailiff
One Tenth part of Three Negroes, to
wit: Ralph, a mau about 48. years old ; Scipio, a
old; Jinny, a woman about 53
oniii the property of James Wright,
ta. in favor of Thomas R. Mitchell, vs.
James Wright, and Isaac Humphries; tb be sold :
subject to the life estate of M&. Mary Wright. . 1
■One Negro Woman, Luey; levied on as
[flic property of Henry H. Grimes, to satisfy sund:
fi. fias. issued from a MagistVatc’s Court, in favor
Isaac Gerrald, assignee of Jaaies Whitlow, vs.
II. Grimes, and Benj. F. GnmeB. Levied and
tured by a bailiff. ^
H GEORGE W. MERIWETHER, D,
sure of a !
W fT.T. Bt SOLD, on the first Tuesday in Feb
ruary aext, at the Court-House id Gwinnett
county, the fo owing property, to wit:
One neg o girl by the name of Celey,
ears old ; levied on as the property
'aden, to satisfy a fi. fa. on the foreclo-
tgage in favour of James Morris—Pro-
out by the plaintiff
WM. NESBIT D. S.
crisis rw.our national histo y may u'ti-
ive, which will require a re-assertion and
tion of those rights which have been impe r-
v. osteel from us by a conspiracy of rulers,
mioii, however reluctantly received, the
Band indulgence of which, circiuiwtoFHiCT
■will justily to a ureatbr d*less extern. To mark the
limits of anfyrioD gad keep within their eonstitu-|
tional bound ries the prerogatives of-,power, is the
remedy wh'eh ditorction dictates, and policy ap
proves j wh le a surrender of those rigtes, which it
is our prir.cge to enjoy, and our duty tb maintain,
will be fho knell of departing liberty. The inviola
bility df[i.\oa<s- rights of particular sovercigriiy, .jssen-
tial to the civil government of the states, aad/Upoii|
wWoh’ the justice of their municipal regnla£>nsis
founded, must fjbo be maintained, or a
aneio order of things succeed to those vvhicli
® N the saino day and place, within the
fore mentioned, will be sold.
Two sorrel mares, one seven ye
and one twenty-three years old; three 1'cathi
and furniture; twenty volume?, bookif; one pc
ovens; one oven fid ; one dish, and one tabic ; levied
on as the property of John Andrew, to satisfy h fifa.
in favor of Rake‘•fraw S,- Rupert, for the use ofRobt.
BE SOljrD at the House of Sarah Waites,
Gwinykt county, on the second Wedncs-
ne':t, all the Negroes belonging to tlie
iEstherAVaitcs, dec’d. consisting of One
oman/ ana^Eer ^bildfen—Sold for the ben«H
fit of the b^rs and creditorj of said Estate. TH
made kno'vn on the day.
ELEMANDER WARBINGTON, AdmV.
January 5. "iOds
Rakestraw, vs. John Andrew and Win. Dcvcnport.
» O. W. MERIWET
The principles of
vindication of tl
■rtf' to tliat ot justice—its rejection
trictions and limitations wf
institution imposes, and its assumption of pi ..
/es, the exercise of which, while they incrcat
to, gradually diminish tho strength of her cd»
‘ branches of government, must, if unresisted,
ly destroy that liberty of which she is the
/and that political independence of whic h
3 some acknowledgment of the Editor’s views in
lation to the civil administration of tlie affairs of
tit; te, srrd of the course intended to be pursued, will
be expected, and could not in justice be
he presumes that a few remarks will suf-
g ever considered the past struggle, ns
' % f<» identifying
4 ay u
r . bruary next, at the Court house in the tewn
ol Jefferson, Jackson county, wW the lawful fiours
of sale, the following property, to wit:
One Town Lot, lying in 4 tho town of Jef-
ferson^containing two acres more or less, on tlie
south-east side of the Main street, adjoining Orr and
»i ■ 1- - -«—-- feet ilk
lived, with valuable and extensive improvements:
" Charles Bacon and Be-
s twoin favoOf of
general admiAtroi levied on as tlie property of Cbaric-
ana of the riek of D«Aam, to satisfy five fi. fa.’H
justice—its rcicAori B* Dunken & Co. vs. Charles Bacon and Ben&jab
w s -
VALUABLE PROPERTY FOR SALE.
T HE suhscriber offers for sale, 10 or 12 likely
yonng Negroes—Also, a Tract of Land on
Jack’s creek, Walton county, adjoining lands of
Simon Holt and John jSillman, supposed to be equal
in quality to any lind in Walton county ; tho Tract
contains Two Hundred and Fifty AcreB, and has a
■small improvement, about 40 or 50 acres cleared.—
What of the above property is not sold by the 20th
of February, will, on that day, be sold at public out
cry in Monroe, Walton county, on a credit until the
25th December naxt. Purchasers will jbe required
to givegopd security, apd indisputable* titles will be
made. * i ’ ’w-.,
THOMAS W. HARRIS.
Jan. 12, 1827. a 5t
SILVEIlTiVARE, JEWELRY, &c.
T HE subscriber informs
the public that fie pur
poses still to carry on the sil
ver-smith business at his for
mer stand in Athens, where
he will attend to all orders in
his line with tlie same thank
fulness he feels for past fa-
vonrs, arid solicits a continuance thereof.
He also keeps for sale an assortment of Jewelry,
which those who wish articles in that line are invited
to call and sec.-—Watches repaired as usual.
>T GAGE D. EDWARDS.
yjAVK formed a connection in the pract
LAW, and will attend the Courts in the coun
ties of Clark, Walton, Morgan, Newton, Dekalb,
Favette, Coweta, Carroll, Troup, and Muscogee
ana* will be thankful for any business confided tV,
their l attention in those counties'. \
ALFRED B. HOLT.
. >4 HUGH A. HARALSON^
Monroe, Walton county, Jan. 4, 1827. 2—3t
IE subscriber has Removed to the Building]
recently occuiped by Messrs. Wood <$- Jones,
two doors East ofhis'former stand..
Athene, Jan. 12, 1827.
BOOKS AND STATIONARTi
^ ' mH£ subscriber constantv
' JL ly keeps on band ai
General Assortment of Law,
.Medical, ana Classical Books,,
together (with a variety of
Works of taste found in tho
undersigned would be willing to accommo
date 10,15, or 20 Students with Board for the
eoaumg year. His house is commodious and in a
retired part bf the town, though sufficiently conveni
ent to the College. His table will, be furnished With
the best the country affords and his exertions shall
be used.to the utmost to render them comfortable.
T. ~ ■■
various departments of'Literature' and Science—
among which are the following: *
Ainsworth’s and Entick’s Latin Dictionary.
Day’s Algebra. Playfair’s Euclid.
Cidero de Oratorc. Schrevelii Lexieoit.
Cicbro. Caesar, Virgil, and Horace Delpliini.y
Leusdcibjs Greek and Latin Test araeW. . ^^1
Farrand’^VVVettenhall’S; and A alpy’.J Gre^t Gram-
mars. ■ 1
Adams's,and Ruddiman’s I..'tin Gtaamars.
Graeca Minora. Gra/ca Majorat % ■
Erasmus Cordcrii. Morse’s Geograpjy.
Shake spear’s Works. Byron’ir Works]
Robertson’s Chailcs V. Charles XILJl^
Peregrine Pickle. on Chess.
Life of Paul Jones. J<jt> •'son's'Rambler.
Miss-Edgeworth’s Earre 7 . vone.
Fool of Quality. Thadueus of Warsaw'.
Children of tlie Abbey. Mysteries of Udolphe
Clarantine. ' Forre'stcre. Happiness.
Marriage. Mandeville. Mefanoth.
Precaution. Renegade. Wilderness
Gaieties and Gravities. Rothelan Castle.
Pioneers. Spy. Lionel Lincoln.
Butler’s Hudibras. Tales of the Genii,
Ten Year’s Exile. M’Kenzie’s Man of Feeling
Lay of the Last Ministrel. Cowper’s Task.
Cogan on the Passions. Pocket Layatcr.
Teitofei-i l' dollars per month, payable quarterly
advance;^ ,. j. MARTIN.
Athens, Dec. 15, 1826.—3t
GEORGIA, CLARK COUNTJJ*
\S7HEREAS Richard Richardson applies to me for
' * letters of administration on the estajejjof Sarah
Perkins, late of said county, deceased :—i hese are
therefore to cite and admonish all and singular the
kindred and creditors of said deceased, to be and
appear at my office within the time prescribed by
law, to Bhew cause, if any they can, why said letters
should not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 12th January, 1827.
m9m JOHN H. LOWE, Clerk.
GEORGIA, WARREN COUNTY.
I NFERIOR Court, sitting for ordinary purposes,
Sept. Term, 1826, present Robert Lazenby,
Hardy Pitts, James Gray, and William Hill, Justices.
On the petition of James M‘Curdy Carson, Executor
on the Personal, and Administrator on the Rea!
Estate of Thomas Terry, late of said county, decqpj/
ed, praying to be dismissed from the Admmistratioi
of said estate—It is ordered, that after six month:
publication in the Columbian Cfcntinel, the said James
M'Curdy Carson be dismissed from the further ad
ministration of said estate, unless cause be shewn to
the contrary, of which all concerned arc required to
A true extract from the minutes.
Z. FRANKLIN, Clerk.
Rogers’s Poems. Perceval’s Poeths.
Scottish Minstrel. '
Foster’s Crown Cases.
Hooper’s Medical Dii
V AtSO-^JCST REC
bell’s, and Ossian’s
Pope’s Works. Olive Branc*fi
m^ Iliad an*,I
Highlanders. Fame ^
and Fancy. Conversation^ on Chemistry and Na-
tural Philosophy. ArchPold’s Blackstone. Lalla
Nigh 4 L 1 ' 1 ' 1 W
ms. Knickerbookcr’s New
York. Scott’s Military Discipline
Pocket Bibles. Albums, &c. &c.
Any of the above,'
All orders for Law an?
on general literature, fiber for Professional or
ral libraries, will. ho.jH^ptly (? itended to,
bcral discount made wlVn accompanied with’
money. .% -O. P. SHAW.
Jan. 12th, 1827.
iks will he sold low for cash-
edicril Books, 1 or for xtoi
J UST received, and for s:
at the Athens Book-
WILL EE SOLD, at the late residence of James
llul. ey, dec’d. in Hall county, on the 21st day
of February next, all the Personal Property of Baid
deceased, consisting of Horses, Hogs, Cows, Sheep,
Corn, anti Fodder ; one Still ; one set Blacksmith’s
Tools, 1 Iousehold Furniture,- and^other articles too
tedious to mention.
PLEASANT HULSEY, Adm’r.
Jan. 2,1827. ' 2—40ds
A LL persons having any demands
Estate of Samucf McDowell, dec’d
quested to present them to me within the time pre
scribed by law, and all those who are indebted to
the Estate are requested to make immediate pay
ment, or suit will be commenced.
| JOHN G. WINTER, Adm’r.
Wangnton, Jan. 2, 1P®7. 2—40ds
GEORGIA, WARREN COUNTY.
W HEREAS, John W. Linscy applica to me for
letters of Dismission from the further Ad*
ministration of file estate of William Kinsey, dec’d;
refore to cite and admonish all anf
These arc thcr<
singular the kindred and creditors to be and
at my office within the time prescribed by law; to
shew cause, if any they have, why said letters qhould
not be granted. /. v
Given under my hand, this 4th day of September,
1826.. —L. . Z. FRANKLIN.
History of the Crusades for ihc Recoveiy and Pos
session of the Holy Lqpid, by Charles Miles.
Caston de Blondeville, or the Court of Henry III.
keeping Festival in Ardenne, a Romance, by Mra*
Radcliflb. / *
Boyne Water, a Tal-J by the 'Q.’Hara Fanuly.
Sandeval, or the Freemason, a Spanish Th.le.
Tales Round a Winter \Heartb, by the Misses P ^ -
ters. »• yt
Babylon 1 the Great, a Dissection and Demonstration
of Men and Things in the British Capitol, by the
author of M Modern Athens.”
Granby, a novcL / ,
>£; ,. O. P. SHAW.
jrflHE subscriber contemplating a new arrange-
r JL ment r* his business, requests all those indebt-
WHEREAS, Christian Durden appl
Letters of Administratioifj with
•lies to me for
i the will an
nexed, on the Estate of Jesse Durden, deceased :
These are therefore to cito and^admonish all and
singular the kindred and creditoraTof said deceased
to bo and appear at my office within the time pre*
scribed by law, to shew cause, if any tiiey
whv said letters shoiild not be granted.
Given under my hand, this 4th January, 1827.
Z. FRANKLIN, Clerk. _
GEORGIA, WARREN COUNTY-
ed to him, by Note or Book Account, to call and ei
ther pay or liquidate the same. Those persons against
whom his claims have been of standing are pac»
ticularly requested to attend without delay to tueir
OLIVER, p. SHAW.
WILL BE SOLD at the late residence of Michael
* * U-.Iran ikipoiiwil. rnttuinur'lf mimlv nn the
FMIHlUSuiyeyors who authorized Mr. LoydThomas
JL toXcdfi’ract for piinting Blank Plats are in-
formed tha t tiiey afe\ready for dclrveiy. In the
scnce of the . subscriberkipply at Mr. Grahtim’s.-
"> ^—* P. L. ROBINSON.
Jan.j 19,1827. V 3—2t
Dunham; one in favour of R. B. Dunkcn & Co. vs.
Charles Bacon &. Co.; one in favour of Timothy
Bridgeman vs. Charles Bacon and Bcnajah Dunham,
and one in favour of Elijah Clark vs. Charles Bacon
) and Benojah Dunham. _
One Hundred and Fifty Acres of Laud. I
c or less, on the waters of Indian creek, adjoin- I
Buckhanon, granted to Winn, whereon Jacob 1 mm
gjjinow’^Tcq: levied on as his property, to sa/ A,
(nfm favour of William D. Martin vs. J; '
tin, pointed out by defendant. [
Hundred and Fifty Acres
less, on the waters of North
Mackenu deceased, in Gwinnett county, on
first Wednesday in Matoh next, * * - *** '
Al! the Pdfemal Property of the said do-
t eased, conBisttng Of Hogs, a quantity of Leather,
Iousehold Furtaturc, Currying Tools, fias.—Terns
nown on the day of^sale.
SARAH MACKEN, Adm’x.
IJarf-'X 1827.—to ■
pe'-son-. i...’ .M-j to the Esta ' of Tliaddrue
Moneylnm, dec’s, rcouoied to make im-
Clerk's Office of the Court of Ordnil^kJan, 4th, 1827.
A VH ERE AS, James FlewefiinJHpMfo^^tnc./E?
Letters of Administre Kn Inn tn^Estale' of
Nancy Fleweliin: These arltherefore to jCitc and
admonish all and singular tbriifoiqtycbw^reditorB
of ctpid deceased to bft and aj^Sear at my office with
in the time prescribed bylaw’, and file their objections,
(if any) or such letters \fill issue in terms of the
law* i- Sh
• THOM iS GIBSON, D. Clerk.
N INE months I
to the Honor
county, for leave to 4
las Simonton, consis
Land in said count]
alters himself that sai
y cail on him,
A boy^of from 12 to 15 years
f ail apprentice tm fair terms.
etion will ensue to all
Sjgh wffi bo
date, application wr
tl ’} Inferior Court of
il thiReol Estate ofThcophi-
lg of one tract of 239 acres of
near Moore’s Mills, and 250
N5LLY will furnish t’ie cirireni: of Athens
>od fire wood, 'during the winter, at
shortest notice, and on reasonable terms. *
Jan. 3, 1827.—tf
T HE office pi
m tho waten
Barnes, granted to Dc Estaiqp, wl
^Athenian being equipped with
^.nd entire new set of materials,
pared to execute Job aiid other
s much elegance as it can be done ift
— * TrQBsWSEK. nHHtonaii*',