Oh the first Tuesday in September next,
ILL BE SOLD, m the town of Covington, Newton
f » county, between the usual hours of sale, the fol-
.wing PROPERTY, to wit:
One hundred acr. s of L AND, more or less, whereon
dm Clack now lives, in the Uth district of originally
fanry now Newton county—levied on as the property of
-.id Join Clack, to satisfy a fi. fa. in fivor of John White,
> said Clack, John A. Rowel and Cader Hamilton; pro-
-icfy pointed out by Clack.
One negro BOY, by the name of George, about four
rears old—levied on as the property of William foster, to
.tisfy a fi. fa. in favor of the Slate, vs said Foster, and
tiiers, vs said Foster; property pointed out by die defend-
Fifty acres of LAND, more or less, whereon Synthiu
.iretr, now lives part of lots Nos. 185 and I8u, in the
iJth district of originally Baldwin, now Newton county,
adjoining James Phillips and others—levied on as the
property of Henry and George Watson, to sr.tisfy a fi fa.
»;j favor of Shenvood H. Gay, vs. Henry and George Wat
son; levy made and tctnrned by a constable.
JOSEPH WATTERS, Sheriff.
On the first Tuesday in SEPTEMBER next. \
B EFORE the court-house door in the town of Law-
rcncerille, Gwinnett county, within the legal hours,
will be sold, the following PROPERTY, to wit:
One bay HORSE, 8 years old, as the property of Ed
ward Kent to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of John Chambers,
rs. Edward Kent.
One negro WOMAN, named Sa.bc, and her two chil
dren, Bill, a boy about 10 years old, and Randal, a boy
about 8 years old—levied on as the property of Jeffry Pit
man, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of Marshall Finnan, vs
Two fractional tracts or lots of LAND, Nos. 174 and
175, in the 7th district of said county, containing together
220 acres, more or less; also four heaJ of cattle, one
COW and three YEARLINGS, and one bay HORSE, 11
or 12 years old—all levied on as the property of William
Sizemore to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of Robert Mitchell,
vs. William Sizemore and George Sizemore; levied on
aiul retm nod to me by James A. Johuson, late D. Sheriff.
One bay MARE, 10 or 12 years old—taken as the
property of George Sizemore, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor
of Alexander Smith.
One bay STUD HORSE, (aponey) one SADDLE, a
saddle blanket, and Bridle—levied on as the property of
John Braivncr, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of Isaac Chris-
Ohe sorrel HORSE, 6 years old—taken as theproper-
», , r „ m i • s\ . i * „ •ri ty of Ouadiah Miller, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of Asahel
hso.on the first Tuesday tn October next, will tt . smith, vs. Ol.adiah Millerand Dempsey Miller
be sold as above,
Two negro GIRLS, one by t!>e name of Tamer, about
'welve j eat 8 old, and one by the name of Judy, about 9
r 10 years—levied on as the property of John A. Rowel,
o satisfy a fi.fa. issued on the foreclosure of a mortgage
;n favor of Wood & Hopkins, vs John A. Rowel; proper
ty pointed out in mortgage fi. fa.
July 31 JOSEPH WATTERS, Sheriff.
On the first Tuesday in September next,
W ILL be sold, in the town of Clarksville, Huber-
ersiuin county, within the lawful hours of sale,
ins ioilowing PROPERTY, (o wit:
LOP No. 5, in the 10th district of said county—levied
on as the property of Joshua Coward, to satisfy a fi. fa.
’ssoed from Washington Superior Court, in favor of Will
iam Scarborough, vs saiJ Coward.
LOT No. 38, in the first district of 6uid county—levied
on as the property of Solomon McGehce, to satisfy a fi.
•a. issued from Washington Superior Court, in favor of
William Scarborough, vs William Tendall, Solomon AJc-
Cjekee, Samuel Robinson and John Moore.
L >T No. 35, in the first district of said county—levied
j; . .s the p.cperty of Jeremiah Davis, to satisfy a fi. fa.
j 53U .. | iVo,n Jasper inferior Cam t in favor of Wiliiarn
Jims and Lburies D. Williams, vs. Gill and Davis am!
Molpuns. .... - ..
Part of LOT No. 38, in the third district of said coun
ty, on the north-east side of the Chafiahoochse river, con
taining one hundred and twenty live acres, more or less,
whereon Henry Conly now lives—levied on as the pro
perty of Elijah England, to satisfy sundry fi. fas. two in
j'lvor of Patrick J. Murray, one in favor of Charles J.
Thompson, one in favor of Elisha Carrol, far the use of
T lumas Hoydson, undone in favor of Samud Fields, ail
vs said England; piopcrty pointed out by Hubert Much-
Ail me right, title and interest of the gold on the one
half of LOT No. 38, in the third district of Habersham
'oun'v the same being on the south east side of the Chat-
t inooch.e river, that may be found on 125 acre*, more or
less—levied oil as the property of David England tn satis
fy f a in f^vortf.Jacob Herndon, vs David England
appellant, and Sidney Forbts, security; pointed out by
^One FRACTION, No. 223. in the 10th district of said
county—levied cn u3 the property of Joseph Limailen, to
satisfy a fi.fa. in favor of Charles acisson, vs Francis
Li'v.allen, Joseph Limailen and W orthy Liaiallcn; pro
nertv pointed out by plaintiff.
1 LOT No. 34, in ths eleventh district of said county
levied on as the property of John H. Bruen,to salibiv a
fi. fa. issued from Chatham Superior Court, m lavor ol
Scott &. Fall in, vs said Bruen.
LOT No. 1, in the t-.nth district, of sai l county—levi-
‘ td on as the property of John Vandikes, to satisfy four fi
us. the first in favor of James Brannon, second in favor
of Jesse Cleveland, third in favor of William Hamilton,
for the use of Anderson Abercrombie, the fourth in favor
of Henry &’E ir!e, ail vs> said \ and ike.
LOT No. 119, i:i the eleventh district of said county—
; C vied on as the property of James Hudgins, to satisfy a
fi. fa. in favor of Cuaries J. Thompson, &0o. respondant,
vs John D. Wiliiams, appellant, and James Hudgms, sc-
U p jq 0i f)9 t fa the second district of said county—
levied on as the property of Elisha Engl >n;|. to satisfy a
fi fa. in favor of Ebunezer Newton, vs Elisha England,
and James S. E. win, security. .
LOT No. 27, in the second district of said countv-
levied on as the properly of William Roberson, to satisfy
a fi. fa. issued from Twiggs Superior Court in favor o
Joseph Morgan, for the use of the Darien Bank, v* sau.
LOT No. 133, in the eleventh district said county-
levied on as the property of Lowry Williams, to satisfy a
fi. fa.'in favor of Vincent Hamilton, vs John William*
and Lowry VVilliams. ... , f
- One YOKE of OXEN—levied on es the property of
James D. Sutton, to satisfy two fi. fas. one in favor of
EbenczerFain, vs James D- Sutton for the use of Dozier
Sutton, and the other itr. favor of Richard YMntc, vs J.
D. Sutton. _ ... ,.
Ninety-five acres of LAND, morecr loss, lying on the
waters of Broad river, adjoining lands of Disbroon anil
others-levied on as the property of Willi tin Westmore
land, to satisfy a tax fi. fa- in favor of the State of Geer-
~ia- levy made and returned to me by a constable.
b Two hundred acres of LAND, more or less, being a
part of two lots, whereon Cunningham Blythe now lives,
in Habersham county, number not known—-levied on as
the properly of Joseph Woff rd, to satisfy a fi. fu. issued
from vlagirtrates* Court, in favor of James Eaton; levy
made and returned to me by a constable.
LOT No. 95, in the twelfth district of said county—le
vied on as the property of David Scisson, to satisfy a fi. fa.
issued froma Magistrates’ Court, in favor of John Barton;
pointed out by Wylev Anderson, levy made and returned
to me by a constable. . , . • ,
LOT No. 46, in the Otth dist. of said county—levied
on as the property of Drury Robertson, to satisfy sundry
fi. fas. issued from a Magistrates’ Court, in favor of
Thomas Middleton for the use ol C. Warcn, vs said Dru-
rv Robertson and B. Chastain, and another in favor of
William Worley, vs D. Robertson and rboraas Robert-
son- one in favor of Samuel Fields, vs Drury Robertson
and lohn Robertson, and one other in favor ol Peter Ro-
bei sen vs Drury Robertson, B. Chastain and W illiam
Worlev levy made and returned to me by a constable.
August 7 JOHN HUMPHRIES, Sheriff.
One bay HORSE, 10 or 12 years old—levied on as the
property of George Hopkins, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor
of William H. Walker, is George Hopkins and Samuel
Fifty acres of LAND, more or less, being part of lot
No 265, in the 6ib district of said county—-levied on as
the property of John Burnett, to saU-fy two fi fas. from a
Justices’Court in favor of John Waits, V3. John Bainell:
levied on and returned to me by a constable.
A negro WOMAN, named Phillis—levied on by an at
tachment at the instance ol Asahel R. Smith, V3 John
Mosely, and sold by an order of the Inferior Court as
THOMAS WORTHY, Sheriff.
A GREEABLY to an order of ttie Honorable the In
ferior Court of Jackson county, while silting for
ordinary purposes, will be sold, on the first Tuesday an
October next, at the court-house in Decatur county, a
LOT of LAND, lying and being in said county, contain
ing two nundred and fifty acres, more or less, anJ known
as Lot number forty-five, in the sixteenth district ol o-
riginally Early now Decatur county.
Also, will be sold, on the first Tuesday in
October next, at the court-house in Early county, a LOT
of LAND, containing two hundred and fifty acres, more
°r less, and known as Lot number thiee hundred and for
ty-seven, in the twenty-first district of Early county. Ail
3cld as the property of William Patton, late of Jackson
county, deceased, for the benefit of the heirs. Terni3
cash. WILLIAM KNOX, Mm'r.
July 24 3 1H
W ILL be sold in Dublin, Laurens county, on the first
Tuesday in September next, pursuant to an order
of the honorable the Inferior Court of Joues county, sit
ting for ordinary purposes,
699 ACRES OF LANE,
on Turk- y creek, Laurens county—belonging to the es
tate of Henry Mitchell, deceased—Sold for the benefit of
the heirs. Liberal terms will be given.
WM. & J. C. B. MITCHELL, AJm'rs.
June 26 234 tdsilt
Tt ;VTAttTUEXi SALES.
On the first luesduy in September next,
W ILL be solu, at the court-house in Swainesboro,
Emanuel county, between the usual hours of sale,
the following property, viz:
F.ve LOTS in Swainesnoro’, known by Nos. 1, 6, 7,
g 9. Also—One tract cf LAND, containii g six hun
dred acres, granted to James Huesc, whorcon John R.
Diniell now fives, adjoining lands of William Hooks-
all taken as theproperty cf said Daniell, to satisfy sundry
li fas. issued from a Justices’ court in favor of Elmur
Hcndley, vs. John R. Danicll and John Chason; levy
made and returned to me by a constable.
Two hundred and fifty acres of pine LAND, granted
to John Ellis*, adjoining lauds of Henry Durden’s—levied
on as the property of William Daniel!, to satisfy one fi. fa.
in favor of R. L. Gamble.
One TRACT, containing five hundred acres, on the wa
ters of Canoochie, adjoining lands of William Hooks—
levied on as the property of James Hancock, tfo satisfy
one fi. fa. in favor of W. B. Daniell; levied on and return
ed to me by a coustable.
Four hundred acres of LAND, lying on Sartms creek,
it bein'- the plantation wbereon vVm B. Daniell now lives,
with the crop thereon—levied on as the property of said
Daniell, to satisfy five fi. fas. in favor of Darling Johnson,
vs said William B. Daniell, H. M. Jackson and John R.
Daniell, one iu favor of Isaac Lamb, vs William B. Dan
iel! und John R. Dtuiell, one io favor of E. H. Beritt, vs
Wm B. Daniell and John R. Darned; said property point
ed out by defendant, levied on and retocucd to me by a
constable. . v
One NEGRO MAN named Aaron—levied on ms the
property of Edward Rich, to satisfy a fi. "L. issued from
the Superior court io favor of Geneper Hall, vs. said
Rich: property pointed out by plaintiff.
July 24 JOHN OGLESBJjlY, Sheriff.
JU the same time and place, mill be sold,
The TRACT of LAND whereon David Sayers lives—
levied on as the property of said Sayers to satisfy a fi. fii
in favor of William Liddell, vs David Sayers and James
The HOUSE and LOT in Lawrcnctville, at present
occupied by Hinm Bowen, containing one acre, mure
or less—levied on as the properly of said Bowen, to sat
isfy a fi. fa. in favor of Hudson H. Allen, vs Hiram Bow
en and William Henderson; property pointed cut b> s-iid
Henderson. WILLIAM BREWSTER, D. Sheriff.
.It the same time and place, mill be sold,
One hundred und forty acres of LAND, mere or less,
it being part of lot No. 303, in (he sixth district of said
county—levied on as the property of dames J. Jenkins, to
satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of Asahel R. Smith.
One bay MARE, 3years old—levied on as the proper
ty of Joseph N. Plunkett, to satisfy a fi. fa. in favor of
Hudson H. Alien, vs James Plunkett and James L. Plun
kett, Uiilory Moore and Joseph N. Plunkett, securities
WILLIAM BREWSTER, D. Sheriff.
At the same time and place, mill be sold,
Two hundred acres of LAND, more or less, being part
of lot No. 128, in the 5tb district of sail county—levied
on the property of George Buchanan, to satisfy a ft. fa. in
favor of Elisha Winn.
Two COWS ami CALVES—levied on a°!hc property
of James Bailey, to satisfy a fi. fi;. in f iver of Willi im
Norris. WILLIAM MARTIN, D. i&'ff.
ALSO—On the first Tuesday in September next.
Two NEGROES, to wit: Chloe, a girl about 14 years
;Id, and Jerry, a boy about 11 years old, to satisfy two fi
fas on the foreclosure of mortgages in favor of Nathaniel L |
Sturges, vs Richard H. Lester, and Archibald Boggs, vs
Richard H. Lester; prupertv pointed out iu. fi. fas.
WILLIAM BREWSTER, D. Sheriff.
June 5 231
W ILL be sold, qu Saturday the 23th day of August
next, at the late residence of Isaac W illiams of
Dooly county, deceased, the personal property belonging
to said estate—consisting of
One Horse, Bridle and Saddle, twenty-three
head Stock Cattle, two yoke Oxen, one Ox-cart, 3 feath-
< r Beds, one grind-stone, with plantation tools and many
other articles too tedious to mention.
GABRIEL McCLELAND, AJm’r.
July 17 2 fit
— —— — — —- — 1 » ■■ T*'
WM^TLL be sold at Swainesboro’, on the first Tues-
▼ V day in September next, LOT No. 155, in the 24tf
district of Lee county, now Randolph. Solti for distri
bution of the heirs cf Gnce W in2ins, d. c’d.
J 0IIN w WIG G IN5, Adni'r.
July 24th, l c 30. 3 6t.
PT1HE SUBSCRIBER, (late proprietor of the Globe
1 Hotel, and more recently of the Mansion House,)
begs leave to announce tohis friends and the public gen
erally, that he ha9 taken that elegant and commodious firt
proof Brick Building on the corner of Broad and Jackson
streets, and immediately adjoiningthe now Masonic Hall.
It is situated in the most central part of the City, and is
in the very heart of business—being in the vicinity of the
Augusta Bank, and the Branch bank of the State of Geor
This establishment is known as the GLOBE HOTEL,
and in its interior arrangementand general construction,
unites in an eminent degree, spaciousness, neatness, and
comfort. To the man of family, the individual traveller,
the daily boarder, or the fashionable visiter, the GLOBE
presents accommodations inferior to noneiu the Southern
Having conducted for a number of years, two among the
most popular Hotels ia this City, he flatters himself that
his experience in business, added to the superior advanta
ges of situation and the rysourcea under his controul, will
enable him to give the most decided satisfaction to all
who may honor him with their patronage.
His STABi.ES are spacious and well ventilated, and
amply supplied with the best of provender, and at
tended by experienced and steady Ostlers—in addition
to which, ihe subscriber will bestow bis own personal un
remitting attention, and in his charges, will not forget the
pressure of the times.
A T the court-house in the town of Irivinton, Wilkin
son county, on the first Tuesday iu October next,
will be sold,
LOT No. 219, in Ihe third district of Paul
county—it being part of the Real Estate of Daniel Over-
street, laSe of Emanuel county, deceased. Sahi land
sold by order of the Court of Ordinary of the county ol
Emanuel, for the ben' fa of the heirs of said deceased.
MARTHA OVERSTKETT, Adm'x.
July.", 1330 235 tdslot
W ILL be sold, at the court-house in the town of Mil-
ledgevilie, on the first Tuesday iu September next,
all Foe REAL ESTATE, lying ia Baldwin county, be
longing to James Reynolds, deceased, consisting of three
and a half squares of LAND, mo-e or Jess; one ot 2G2^
acres, adjoining Haines, Lennar, Lockett and Horton;
one other of 202* ucics, adjoining Lockett, Horton, and
itridgos, and 303J acres adjoining Gacbet, Lamar, and
Scott—Sold in pursuance to an order of the Honorable
Court of Ordinary of Baldwin county, for the benefit of the
heirs and creditors of said deceased. Terms made known
on the day. JOHN L. BLACKBURN, Ex’or.
June 9. 1830 232 tJsl3t
F OUR months after date application will be made to
the Honorable the Inferior Court of Oglethorpe
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to
sell the Negroes belonging to the estate of Mordccai How
ard, late of said c unity, deceased, (not otherwise dispos
ed of in his Will)—Also, lot of Lund, number sixty-nine,
(69) iu the tenth district formerly Monroe, now Upson
county.—To be sold for the benefit of the heirs.
THOMAS HOWARD, jun. .Executor.
April 24, 1S30 m4m
ILL be sold, in the town of Perry, Houston countv,
on the first Tuesday in October next, pursuant to
i an order of the Honorable Inferior Court of Baldwin
county, sitting for ordinary purposes, LOT of LAND,
No. 154, in the 6th district of said county, belonging lo
the estate of James Reynolds, deceased—Soid lor liic be
nefit of the heirs and creditors of said estate. Terms on
thedav. JOHN L. BLACKBURN, Ex’or.
Innc9,1830 232 tdslfif
the court-house, in Forsyth, Monroe county, on the
first Tuesday in September next, will be sold, LOT
of LAND, No. 184, *0 the 13th district of Monroe coun
ty—Sold by order oi the Inferior Court of Meriwether
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, as the proper
ty of Louisa A., Mary R. and William N. Welch, orphans
of Absalom Welch, deceased, for the benefit ol said or
phans. JACOB B. HOGUE, Guardian.
June 26 234 tdsilt
I.NOUR mouths after date application will be mode to
5? the Honorable the Inf ;rioj Court of Pulaski couRty,
when silling for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell a lot
of Land containing two hundred and thirty-seven acres,
lying in the county of Jefferson, belonging to the Estate
of George Mock, deceased—Soid for the benefit of the
heirs of said deceased.
MARY MOCK, Adim’x.
M ay 22 m4m
J 10UR months after date application will be made to
the Honorable the Inferior Court of Henry county,
when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell the
Real Estate of Beniamin £ai iol, deceased—For the ben
efit ol‘ the heirs and creditors.
JOHN C. DULIN,
June 1, 1830 232 4m
F OUR months after date application will be made to
the Honorable tiie Inferior Court of Henry county,
when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell Frac
tion No. 33i, in the 5th district Early county—belonging
to the estate of Alexander Moore, late of Henry county,
deceased; to be sold for the benefit of the heirs and cred
itors of said deceased.
„ THOMAS D. JOHNSON, Adm’r.
July 17 2 4ui
I 10UR months after date application will be made to
the honorable the Court of Ordinary of Pulaski
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to
sell Lot No. 293, in the 5ih district of Troup county—
for the benefit of the heirs and creditors.
July 10 Guardian for tin heirs of Mayo.
i jlOUR months after date application will be made to
the honorable the Inferior Court of Irwin county,
when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to sell the
Real Estate of Lewis Wugoncs, late of McIntosh county,
deceased, consisting olone tract of Land, No. 34, in the
31st district of originally Lee now Randolph county—for
the benefit of the creditors of said deceased.
WILLIAM FUSbELL, Adm’r.
July 21 4 4m
I ^AOUR months afterdate application will be made to
the honorable the Inferior Court of Walton county,
when sitting for Ordinary purposes, for leave to sell the
Real Estate of Frances Nash, deceased.
SAMUEL ALLGJOD, Adrn’r.
May 15, 1930. m4m
IN THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,
Thursday, December 17th, 1529.
W HEREAS the number of members, which, under
the present provisions of the Constitution of
this State, compose the General Assembly, is considered
by many of the good citizens of the State, by far too nu
merous, and sonsequenlly unnecessarily expensive, fur
an economical People.—For the purpose therefore, of as
certaining the roice of the People on this all important
and interesting subject—
Be it Iheiefore resohtd, That all the voters of Georgia
who feel for the interest and prosjierily of the State* and
who wish to reduce the number of the members 1 f the
General Assembly of Georgia, be required on the first
Monday in October next, to say, on their ticket, if in fa
vor of a reduction—“REDUCTION”—if against it
Resolved further, That the Superintendents of Flec
tions on that day keep a poll of the satne, and certify it
to the Governor, a statement of ibe poll, and that he
cause the 3ame to be laid before the next General Assem
bly; and that lie cause, these Resolutions to be published
once a month ia the Gazettes of Millcdgcvilie, until the
GEORGE R GILMER, Governor.
Maw* 3,1830— 227 5m 1
A T ,
jujF* The Charleston Stages arrive at rt.c Globe Ho
tel, every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday evenings, at 6
o'clock, & depart every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday
morning, at half past 9. The Wnshsngton and Athens
Stage, departs every Tuesday «ltd Siturduy morning, at
3 o’clock, and arrives every Wednesday and Sunday eve
ning at C o’clock. The Elbcrlon Su-tc departs every
Sunday morning, at 4 o’dock, and arrives every Friday
evening at 6. The Pendleton Stage departs ev>-ry Tues
day, at 4 o’clock in the morning, and arrive* eve- y Mon
day at 2 o’clock in the evening. The Miiiedgtville Stage
arrives every day except Thursday, at 7 o’clock in the eve
ning, and departs every day except Wednesday, at 2 o’
clock in the meaning. The Savan ab Stage arrives eve
ry Monday Wednesday and Friday, at 10 o’clock in the
morning, and departs every Sunday, Taesduy and Thurs
day. nt 2 o’clock in the morning.
Augusta. Oct. 1, 1.929- 196——f
D OCTORS Jchn M. McAfee and James
B. Underwood, have associated them
selves in Use PRACTICE.of ti'YSIC, and
its collateral branches, Surgery Midwifery
&e. uBi'ei the firm cf
M’AFEE & usrsxsRwaoa,
One cf whop, will be found ready nt all times to >tiend to
any professional calls. Their mileage or a her charge*
will be medr-rnte, as times are hard. Thev hope from
11m emitting attention to the duties of their profession, to
merit and receive a liberal share of the public patronage.
N. B—They will Practice in the Cherokee Nation
when called on. McAFEE &. UNDERWOOD.
Gainesville, Hal! county, May 1, 1830 225—tl
A GREEABLY to an order of the Court of Ordinary
of Emanuel county, will be sold, on the first Tues
day in October next, at the court-house door in Harris
county, that well known valuable TRACT of LAND,
number two hundred and forty-seven, in the eighteenth
district of formerly Muscogee now Harris county—Sold
for the bentfit of Julian Bat ns’illigitimate child.
LOVEL MOORE, Guardian.
July 31 4 tdlOt
For publishing at Columbus, tla. a Political and
TO BE ENTITLED
I N presenting to the public bis prospectus for a new pa
per at Columbus, the subscriber does not deem it no
ct.ssary or expedient to go into a minute detail of Iris politi
cal doctrines, or of bis particular views in regard to the va-
1 ious topics which noiv engage public attention. He pre
sumes that his character as an editor is too well known
in Georgia to allow him tag.'in ciedit among any party,
with mere professions and empty promises. The public
will be apt to look la the past, in forming their estimate
of the future, and by that ordeal is he willing to be tried.
In the numerous political discussions, which the events ol
the day have called fai th, his opinions of men and things
fil NEW MJ1P OF GEORGIA.
T HE subscribers have now under the hands of the
Engraver in Ncw-York, a complete and splendid
Map of the State of Georgia, the greater part compiled
from actual survey, with all the district* carefully laid
down and numbered, the whole completed with great la
bor and exactness from the latest and must authentic in
formation, in a style not inferior lo any thing of the kind
yet presented to the public, with a table of distances from
the Seat of Government fc every county site or place of
importance in the State. The districts in the new pur
chase and lower counties are all numbered in the corners,
so as to enable a person to ascertain the exact situation
of any lot of land, and will be painted and finished off 411
the neatest manner—apart of them canvassed, varnished
iud siaced on rollers, the balance wifi be on thin paper
A n act ^ mc
na te drawers in the Lana Lotteries ol eighteen
hundred and eighteen, eighteen hundred and mneiecu,
and eighteen hundred and twenty-one to take out giants
for the lands Bins drawn, and after the time therein
snecificd. to vest the same in the state. ^
Beit enacted by the Seriate and house of Representatives
or iL sZulfCvrg*.* emMMKmU, »«,«»<! (t
person who was a fortunate drawer in’the la -d lotterie s
by the authority of the acts passed on the fifteenth iky
of December, eighteen hundred and eighteen, on the ^l\-
teentbday of December, eighteen hundred and nineteen,
and on the fifteenth day of May, eighteen J> u ® drcd aRd
twenty-one, shall have until! the first day df NoTewber
eighteen hundred and thirty, to take out his, her or tbur
grant upon paying into the Treasury the sum of eight
d ° l Sic. 8. And he it further enacted by the authority
aforesaid, That from and after the first day of November,
eighteen hundred and thirty, the lands so drawn as afore
said, anil not granted," shall revert to and become taa
Pr SEC l3 3°^ t nd be it further enacted, That this act shall
not extend to any lot or lots of land drawn by orphans
until three years after the said orphans shai: bare arm.
ed at the age of twent)-one years; nor to any tots drawn
by idiots or lunatics or persona who have departed Ups
life since they gave in for a draw or draws in said. otter A s
of 1S18.1819&. 1S21, amt whose estates are unrepre
sented, nor to any lots number ten and one hundred set
apart for thepurposes of public education.
Sec. 4. And be it further enacted, Thut all lews end
parts of laws militating againstthis act, be and the same
is hereby repea ed - .
Sec. 5th. And be it further enacted by the authority a-
foresaid, Tiiat it shall be the duty of his Excellency the
Governor, lo cause this act lobe published in all the pub
lic Gazettes of this State, once a month, until the first day
of November next, andthat because (he expenses of sucb
publication to be paid out cf the contingent Sund.
1 WARREN JOCRDAN,
Speaker of the house of Representative?,
President of the Senate.
Assented to ML Novemlir, 1629.
GEORGE R. GILMER,
14 —202—m 12m Governor*.
GEORGI A—WHkinstw county. .
To the Honorable Superior Court of sad Canity.
T HE petition of John Hall Si.cuf'Uj, Umt W niiam Bat
son ot said county, heretofore, to wit: on Ihe
teentb day of February, in the year of our Lord eighteen
hundred ;ind twenty-eight, executed and delivered to your
petitioner, bis certain Deed of-Mortgage, bearing date the
day and year otoresaid, and now shewn to the Com t—
which deed of mortgage conveyed a certain Tract or Lot
of Land, containing two hundred two and halt acres, sit
uate, lying and being in the fifth district of said county,
and known by the number two hundred and eleven; which
tract or lot of Land was mortgagul for the better secu.-
ing to your pttiriivner a certain promissory nt> 5 i.-nade by
the said William Batson, for the sum of Thirty-nine dol
lars and seventy cents with interest from the date there
of, payable to your petitioner on the twenty-fifth dayro;
December, eighteen hundred and twen’y-eigkt, und is low
to li.e Court shewn; and your petitioner further sl.ev c'.h
'hat there is now due on said note the whole of the princi
pal aRd interest, and therefore prays that unless the said
William Batson pays into the t-'lerk’?office of 'his Coai t
the amount of principal and interest that is nuw due or
may become due, together uith ali cost that may accrue
within six Inonths from the dale hereof, that the equity of
redemption in ami to said mortgaged premises be thence
forth and forever burred and foreclosed.
Whereupon,on motion, It i> ordertd by the Ccvrt, That
unless the amount of principal, interest and cost that is
now due or may become due on said note nnd mortgage,
be paid unto the Clerk’s office of the Court, within ilm
lime aforesaid, that the equity of redemption in and u»
said mortgage premises, be thenceforth aud forever barred
And be tl further ordered, That a copy cf this Rule be
published once a month for six months in some one of
the public gazettes ol I Lis State, or be personally served
on the said William Batson three months before the expi
ration of this rule.
A true extract from the minutes of said Court, this 13ta
day cf April, 1830.
JEREMIAH BEALL, CTk.
april 24 22a n,6m
GEORGIA, HABERSHAM COUNTY,
Superior Cotnt, April Ta ut, 1S5U.
I T appearing to the Court that Joioi Lecroy was m ptss.
session of a Deed of Gift, giveu by fuseorago Shoe-
boots, to four negroes in the said deed named, a copy ci
which is filed in the office of the Clerk of the said Court,
and that the same is lost or destroyed—It is therefore or-
niedy folded in morocco covers, and will be for sale in j dered by the Court'," That''the'copv SO filed as aforesaid,
Milledgi-Vihe bv tliefirst of October next. Those on rol- j ------- - - - - *-
!ers at Five Dollars, and the pocket map of the same size i
at Four Dollars. j
Persons residing at a distance wishing to procure the
map can do so by sending by their nr inkers, as a suffi
cient number of them will be kept in Miiiedgeville during ‘
the session of the Legislature.
July 31 3 i4t
O N or before the twenty-fifth day rf December next,
I promise • j pay unto Enoch Cotb, Twelve dollars
far value received ofbitn this lOih ‘ arch, 1S29.
Endorsed E. Code.
One day after date I promise to pny Charles W. Raw-
son or bearer, Six dollars Fifty six anti a quarter cents far
value received with interest from the first January last;
August 4th, 1829. DAVID WATSON.
On or before the twenty-fifih of December next, 1 pro-
mise to pay E. Cobb or bearer, Fourteen dollars fur va
lue received 01 him, this 2Sth January, 1S29.
On or before the twenty fifth of September next, I pro
be established in lieu of the original so lost or destroyed
unless cause to the contrary be proven on or before tiie
first day of the next term cf said Court; and that a copy of
this Rule be served, or published in terms of the ian u. the
Statesman oc Patriot.
A true copy from tiie Minutes, 4th June, 1830.
JOHN T. CAR i'Lii, c. s. c.
nine 19 233 m'm
have been publicly expressed, and are doubtless familiar I J 11 '' 6 .’ 0 P a y Enoch Cobb or bearer, I wenty-faur dollars,
with many of those to whom he now looks far patronage
and support. Those who have hitherto approved of his
sentiments and been satisfied with the manner in which
fie has urged them, will, he trusts, still continue their con
fidence, without the renewal ot pledges, or a formal con
fession of faith- '
In reference however, to the present state of parties,
he begs leave to remark, tnnt lie trusts the absence of all
peliiica! excitement, wilt prove propitious to the cause of
truth; and that now«ll-pirties, b} whoever names they
may have been distinguished will be permitted to labor for
the general welfare, unobstructed by political jealousy, or
the rancor of by-gone feuds. The undersigned will en
deavor to extend still further this g ncral cordiality of
feeling, and to allay the occasional symptoms ofcxacerba-
tion to which a wurao'y contested election may give rise:
and in this, and whatever other measure be may under
take, for the purpose of advancing the prosperity of the
state, he will count on the cordial co-opcrauon of every
good citizen, however they may have previously differed
on points of political faith.
Attached to the doctrines of the Revolution, and hold
ing in high veneration the mentory of those heroes and
sages, by whom our liberties were achieved, and our pre
sent admirable form of government established, the sub
scriber will endeavor fa manifest the sincerity of his pro
fessions, by exeiting a feeling of attachment to the Union,
end encouraging an entire confidence in the institutions
of oar country. He will inculcate the doctrine that it is
better to bear a slight and temporary evil, against which
we have a constitutional remedy, than to hazard all far
which our fathers fought, and so many martyrs labored
and bled. He will nQt in any respect overlook or disre
gard live rights or the interests of bis ovyn state; yet he
must always view particular righto & interests, as relativc-
ly.connected with others, and he will never consent to the
sacrifice of a greater fyt a lesser g^cd.
Th e subscrih£x.veilL£odeAvor JU> make .The. Democnil a
vehicle of general intelligence, and an interesting periodi
cal to the gentlemen of literature, the agriculturist, the
merchant and mechanic. C. E. BARTLETT.
Columbus, July 3,1830.
D URING the temporary absence of the subscriber
from Georgia, Col Samvel A. 'Vales of Chuks-
vilie, will'attend to his Professional business.
john r. Stanford.
July 3, 1C30 235
GEORGIA, 'WALTON COUNTY,
Court of Ordinary, July Term, JgSO.
JNFEBIOK COURT, SITTING FOR ORMN’AKT FURFCSKS,
Present, their Honors W ilson h fuitley, Egbert B BtaU.
Robert M. Echols and Timothy Pittman, Justices c:‘
I ^ULE NI^I—'Upon Hie application of Benjamin
0/ Hammock, administrator of John H. Bearuin, de
ceased, stating that he has fuliy discharged the duties as
signed us Administrator aforesaid, and praying to be dis
missed therefrom—It is ordered, That a copy uf this Re’e
be published oncp & month far six months m one cf ti:c
public gazettes of this State, requiring ail persons con
cerned to shew cause, if any they have, v.Ly said iettcis
dismisfory should not be granted.
A true extract from the minutes, this 12th July, 1830,
JESSE MITCHELL, c. c. o.
julv 17 2 tmi
it being for value received of him, this the 2d of March
1829. HARRISON ARNOLD.
Indorsed Enoch Cobb. ^
On or before the first day of November 1829,'I promise !
lo pay Reuben Thornton, Nine dollars and Sixty two and j
a half cents for value received oT him.
On or before the , l promise to pay Evan Uoweii
or bearer, Fonr ao'htrs and Seventy five cents fa r value
received of him .
On or before the , I promise to pay unto John
Choice, & Co. the sum of $23 and 97j cents far value re
ceived of him . BENJAMIN TOWERS.
O11 or before the 25th of December 1827,1 promise to
pay William Stevenson or bearer, 10 dollars far value re-
o-ived of him. JAMES LEE.
Indorsed William Stevenson.
P ERSONALLY' appeared before me, Benjamin Wil
liams, n Justice of the Pence in and far s^iid county,
James Wells, who being duly sworn, deposeth and saith
that t|je ab<*vo are in substance, true copies of the origin
al notes which were lost out of the possession of this depo
nent on the fourth Saturday in luavt month.
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this I2lh day oi
March, 1830. B. WILLIAMS, J. P.
Superior Court, March Term, 1830.
On motion of James Wells :
T appearing to the Court that the original notes of
whieh the above are copies, are lost out of his posses
sion; It is ordered, That the said copy notes herewith filed
in court, (unless good cause be shewn to the contrary on or
before the last day of the next Term of this Court,) shall
and will be established ia lieu of said lost originate—and
it is further ordered, that this rule be published in one of
the pubiic gazettes of this state, once a month for three
A true copy from the Minutes, 20th May 1830.
'JOHN G. TARK, CVk.
may 20 230 m3w
GEORGIA, PUTNAM COUNTY.
Superior Court, March Ta in, 1830.
John Tomkins, i
„ «• > 2IUI1E NISI.
Henry Keller. J
J OHN TOMKINS having petitioned the Court, sit
ting ihal Henry Keller did, on the twenty-eighth of
August eighteen hundred and twenty-nine, in the count ?
aforesaid, cxcufc and deliver to tiie said Tomlins 1::h
certain deed of Mortgage conveying a tract of land i-;
said county, whereon James P. Conner formerly resided,
•aojuu'ingWhitfieid, Allen, Beal and James Adams—for the
better security and saving the said Tomkins harmless
from the payment of a certain note cf hand, payable to
Pkasant H Lawson for five hundred dollars, due the
twenty-fifth of L-eceirber eighteen hundred and twenlj-
nine, and mane by the said Keller as principal, »rd the
said Tomkins us security ; and the said Tomkins hav
ing lurtln-r shewn that the said note is due and unpaid,
aud tlial he has not been indemnified and saved harmless.
It is therefore, on raotiou of Shorter & Gordon, Attor-
uies far thr- petitioner, ordered, that the said Keller do
pny into the Clerks office of this court, the amount due
upon said note with cost, in six months from this tijpe or
shew cause to the contrary—also that the equity of re
demption in and to said mortgage premises, be, from
thenceforth barred and forever foreclosed.
Aud it is further ordered, That a copy «f this ruk Up
served upon the snid Keller, or hri special agent, at least
three months before the expiration of the time within
which the money is so directed to be paid, or be publish
ed once a month for six months in one of the public Guz-
etts in tiiis State.
True copy from the minutes 2d A prit, 1830.
THOMAS HARDEMAN, Cl’k.
April I'O ■ 223- ■ ■ m6m.
fnilF. SUBSCRIBER is preparing a Defence of tU®
JL f llowing Doctrines:
1. The Doctrine of Ejection, which is fail ly proved
by scripture and its use shown.
2. The Doctrine of the Covenant or Redemption,
proved by scripture and reason, and ifsose shown.
3. An answertothe Rev. Cyrus White on the Atone
ment, in which his “views’* are fairly refuted by scrip
ture and reason.
4. The Author's Views on Associations—in which he
designs to shew that Associations are not conducted ac
cording to scripture—All which will shortly be published
by LUXE ROBINSON, cf Newton co. Ge
May 29, 1920 23Q