THE FEDERAL UNION
VOLUME 3—NUMBER 11.]
MILLEDGEVILLE, (GA.) THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1832.
[WHOLE NUMBER 115.
j. G. POLHILL & J. A. CUTHBERT.
.c DubU.'ht'l every Thursday al THREE DOLLARS
Till* l NK Jr.,a.? an te or FOUR, if not paid before the end cf the
t ™ pn ’ w.ivhe Street, opposite the State Bank.
\M f - . nvvVlTt.sF.MENTS published at the usual rates.
AU „(£h Citation bv the Clerks of the Courts ol Ordinary tha
>'■ 8 , l0 „ h as been made for Letters of Administration, must Ire
LJ Eu’cuwr* an/Administrators for Debtors and Cretii-
•^‘^cr in their aceounts, must be published .SIX WEEKS,
pirs to rend, g liy Executors and Administrators must be ad-
aales oi • nAYri before tlie day of sale,
vert!*! £ ;,.r»nal property (except negroes) of testate and intes-
r 3 e ,utes bvB-tecutors and Administrators, must be adveitised
^ BT .Lnwfhy Executors, Administrators and Guardians to the
vPf^^VrJdiary for leave to sell Land, must be published 1 OCR
jiO.ViW- . E X( ,cu:ors and Administrators for Letters Dismis-
A!>i>, ‘mst b lHd,Ushed SIX MONTHS.
£"0'.for Foreclosure of Mortjaaeson real es'ate must be
AW /!*d o re a month for SIX MONTHS,
idrcrtiseu on b Exe c.utors, Administrators and Guardians,
^JSSSS SIXTY DAYS before the day of sale. These
-'’.•at be 1 | C ;lt ti, u court-house door between the hours of to
’ s m !,niii\ ' and 4 in the afternoon. No sale from day to day is
UrJ ita ti.o •arlvDrficpmPiir.
. , rrl.milH2 All' 1 f *1* aiaoiuo..... * ’ ~
v. so expressed in the advertisement.
‘ 7,3-, f Court of Ordinary, (accompanied with a copy ol
. '!\ C Z agreement) to make titles to land, must oo adver
•i:' :ii;l ,V M ?j!‘ 1 un‘l ( 'rex t ecittions regularly granted by the courts,
* rirrtised th111T y DAYS—under mortgage executions,
•’■' wniYS-Sales of perishable property under order of Court,
“jvsrtlscd. generally, TEN DAYS before the day of sale,
mi^r,‘ . s , or Advertisements will be punctually attended to.
*•; ?o ie Ue rs directed re this Office, or the Editors must be post-
( ,’;t. ti, elitulc them to attention.
WILLIAM W. POOL, Esq. is a candidate
Fax Collector for this county al the next
}•) ar e requested to announce the name of
|T HUBERT B. ME ACHAM as a candidate for j
Receiver of Tax Returns for this county. . ^ 1
September (] Slug j
TOR SALE AT THIS OFFICE,
a Few copies of POSTER’S DIGEST of the
A Laws of Georgia from 1820 to 1829. This is one of
,'( t> (j es[ printed and cheapest law books ever offered for
! lie in Georgia. It contains many forms of different
..wCeetliiiFS very useful and convenient for Clerks, Sher-
' ;v Justices, iec. as well as for the people at large.—
] —e. 5 50.
OF THE DRAWING IN THE CONTEMPLATED
GOLD & LAND
SlfILL be regularly issued from
1 IT this office. They will appear
in Numbers so tliat they may be bound
together in pamphlet form.
Persons desirou j of becoming subscribers can forward
their names to us, post-paid, enclosing the cash, and j
• hev will lie attended to. They should mention the post J
t'llrcc to which the numbers should he directed. j
Tip! whole work will contain about 400 pages, and j
- aot lie afforded at less than $5 to subscribers, paid in j
Smc. POLHILL & CUTHBEllT. !
Milledgeville, August 9, 1832.
p t:ii,ri .f newspapers in this State who will insert the above i
• .niiih; tlr.-t nf November no.xt, shall receive regularly a copy of j
t ■ drawing gratis.
COUNTY OF CHEROKEE.
1 ; IA VIS uow in the handsof the Engraver, wbichwiil
!, .• mipleted by the tirst of November next, a go.n-
< r.d and accurate MAP ot the CHEROKEE COUN-
:ilV, drawn from tha returns of the District Surveyors.
Owing io the great number of Lots, into which the coun
try has Iwen divided, particularly the Gold Region,
ii.id the l uge dimension of the sheet it will require, to
liven'd those numbers distinctly and accurately laid j
dj.vti, 1 have thought it advisable to form the Map into
- i true and detached Sections; which I designate as
■ ibiLl) MAP and LAND MAP.
Ail the Land Districts in the Territory arc laid down
t.-i one sheet, and constitute a distinct and separate Map
Flie districts reserved and surveyed as Gold Districts,
r. daiii 1 1 into three sheets or Maps. Districts Nm 1,
•*3,4,5, II, 12, 13, 14, and 15, of tlie First Section,
linn tip- first Map.
Districts No. 1, 2,3, 14, 15, IS, !7, 1-3, 19, 20, 21,and
i’J of the Second Section, form the second Map.
Districts No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22, of
il. Third Section, and Districts No. I, 2, 3, IS, and 17
W the Fourth Section, form the third Map. On these
ib tus will be found e ich District in the Territory, with
i very squ ire Lot of Land and Fraction distinctly laid
<? ■vii u’uJ numbered—all Mountains, Rivers, Creeks,
Ihanchcs, Roads, Ferries, &>•. are correctly and faithfully
The M-ip will be handsomely engraved, printed on
i'rag silk paper, colored and put up in morocco cases
k' the following prices, viz:
Lund Man, (5 5 00,
1 fold Maps 83 50 each, or for the three, $10 00,
For Gold and Land Maps, comprising the
whole Territory, $ 15 GO.
l’ers ms desirous of obtaining this valuable Map will
'.*i well to inform the publisher soon, as but a limited
: ;mhcr can be obtained during the drawing of tlieLot-
All communications addressed to the subscriber in
Millrlgevillp, Ga. (postage paid of course,) will meet with
prompt attention. ORANGE GREEN.
Milledgeville, August 23, 1832.
Elitors in the State of Georgia, who arc disposed to publish
"k above tv. o or three months, shall receive a set of the Maps as
MMpeiisatioii. O. G.
DOCTORS ROSE &. PEURIFOY,
T ENDER their gratitude for tlie very
liberal patronage they have received
ir the last three years. From a strict ad-
iierance to their former habits of promptness,
uniform, and moderate charges, they hope to
n-ctive a continuance of past favors. Surgical opera-
boas and cases in Midwifery, will lie unusually moder-
Flic evils too often incident to discordant opinions
ia Medicine arc not likely to occur with us, as both of
' ‘ e ( lrm are now graduates of the same school—the Uni
versity of Pennsylvania.
Stanfords X Roads, June 7, 1832. 4Seow4m
MEDICAL institute op the state
^BMIK Trustees of this Institution impressed with the
JL great importance of affording the facilities of ac-
yuring a complete Medical Education in our own Stale,
m ourown climate, liave under the authority of their
charter organized a Medical College in the city of Au-
B'tsta, and elected tlie following Professors, viz :
, 4i- Dogas, M. D. on Anatomy and Physiology.
A. Eve, M. D. on Materia Medica and Thera
John Dent, M. D. en the Institutes and Practice of
M. Antony, M. D. on Obstetrics and diseases of wo-
Jaen and children.
n I> - foau, M. D. on Chemistry and Pharmacy.
-,,L l '%[,• ^* VE > AL D. on Surgery.
■u hr ^ rUstc . es respectfully call the attention of the
ef 'c to the distinguishing feature of their plan of in-
ction. The course trill be six months instead of the
v , P cr *°d of four, by which extension of time, the
cd f UrtS ' V| ^ ^ ^ ess crowded, and an opjiorlunity afford-
j,, or mor b minute daily examiiiaticns. That tlie Lcc-
^resmay be interesting and satisfactory, the necessary j
puratus and preparations have been ordered from Eu- '
ro P? and the North.
m or a , ,uJ , id ^s f°r the Doctorate arc required to be of go d
0 f r a clmra ?ter; to have attended at. least two full courses
ta! D Vf lr ^* n t ^ , ' s Institution, or one in some other respcc-
tj th/ Je, ^ lca * College and a second in this, in addition
their* USUa * tCrm P r * vatc study; to have registered
J| "Wha, and delivered to the Secretary an inaugural
, n ,i| rUlllon on some medical subject one month previous
conclusion of the course,
0 ‘ c C0ll i'se will commence on the third Monday in
Ap r j| JCr next| anL ^ terminate the third Wednesday in
1 he expense of the full course of Lectures will be $100.
graduation Fee, $10.
, ^ ,0 ard may be obtained ir. the vicinity of die In-
‘ Th e f >r «13 per month.
ii rr ,, n ° * lc althiness of Augusta and economy to die stu-
need no comment. 3
i ubhshed by order of the Board.
wp,e “» AUGUSTUS B. LONGSTREET,
President of the Board of Trustees.
MILTON ANTONY, V. President,
"..v Tra L. D. FORD, Secretary.
S EALED proposals will be received till tiie first Tues
day in October next, for building a Jail house at
Saundersville, Washington county, Georgia, on die fol
lowing plan, &c. Ot good heart pine timber, two Sto
rys high, tlie first nine feet between the lloors, and second
eight feet between the floors.
The lower room to have three walls, the outside wall
eighteen feet square (in length) and it as well as the in
side wall timbers, nine by ten inches, and tlie intermedi
ate wall to consist of timbers six inchessquare, let down
on an end, so loose as to drop. The upjier story tohave
but one or outside wall, (of timbers as before described,
9 by 10 inches) tlie first floor of double logs, and second
of one set of logs of similar dimentions (9 by 10 inches)
each covered with plank inch and a half thick, six or
seven inches wide, as also over head in second story seil-
ed with similar plank, all well spiked with three inch
spikes. The door in second story to have a decent plat
form before it, and steps to ascend.
The shutter to said door to be double, and well cover
ed with sheet iron, and a good stock lock to each, also a
substantial trap door in the centre of second floor pre
pared for secure fastening.
To have two small windows in the lower .00111, and
three in the upper, well secured with grates or bars of
iron. Well raftered and sheeted and covered with heart
pine shingles eighteen incites in length—One fourth of
the money paid in advance, and the balance as the work
progresses. Tltc work to be executed in a workman
Bidders are requested to state particularly the shortest
time they can accomplish the work, also accompany their
proposals with the names of their securities and direct
them to the Inferior Court of said countv.
T. J. WARTHEN, j. t. c.
S. FLOYD, j. i. c.
S. HARR EL, j. i. c.
A. IRWIN, j. i. c.
S. ROBBESON, j. i. c.
Sent. 13. 10—3t
r HF. trustees of the Clinton Academy, wish to en
gage the services of competent teachers in both
the male and female departments of said institution, to
commence on the first of January next—Where for the
last eight or ten years, the village lias been as healthy as
any other in the State—and there have been from forty
to sixty taught, constantly in each department; and no
doubt entertained but that an equal number may be
kept in said academy, in future, if suitable teachers can
be obteined. We invite those persons male and female,
disposed to undertake, to address James Smith, P. M.
at this place, who is authorised to correspc nd with them
on this subject.
JAMES SMITH, j
HORATIO BOWEN, i
JAMES GRAY, f 1 ni;jtee? -
WM. FLEWELI.EN, J
Editors wiiling to aid ihe cause of Academical educa
tion would confer a favor on tlie Trustees as well as the
public, by giving this notice a few insertions.
Clinton, Ga. Sept. 1st 1832.
PIEDMONT MAIL ROUTE.
T -iIS ROUTE extends from Milledgeville to the
City of Washington, and is so called, because it
passes a considerable extent, w ith the Blue Ridge, in full
and magnificent display.
This route passes through Eatonton, Grccnsbovough,
Washington and Petcrsburgh, Georgia—through Abbe
ville, Laurens, Union and \ oik District, S. Carolina—
hrough Charlotte, Salisbury end Lexington, N. Caroli
na—through Danville, Lyncliburgh, Lovingston, Char
lottesville, Barboursville, Orange, Culpepper and War-
renton, Virginia, to the City of Washington.
This Route is particularly recommended to the Tra
veller for its salubrity, and the neatness, comfort and
abundance of its Tavern accommodations. In the rich
ness and variety of its scenery—in its numerous and
thrifty villages—in its industrious and enterprising p"]>-
ulation—in its transit within the sacred shades of con
secrated Monlieello, this Route is wrhout its equal in
tlie Southern country. Nor have the Proprietors of this
Route left the traveller to depend for his comfort upon
the above natural te incidental advantages they liave
sought to make Nature more at tractive, by procuring
throughout, the best NORTHERN COACHES and
PRIME well broke HORSES; all placed under the
care and management of Drivers and Agents of skill and
This Route will average from 75 to 80 miles per day.
The day’s run will commence, with one exception, from
3 to 5 o’clock, A. M. and terminate from 6 to 8 P. M.
On the excepted day, the run will commence at 2 A. M.,
and terminate at 9 P. M.
Ladies may safely trust themselves in this line, as eve
ry attention will be paid to them, and when so request
ed, tlie Agents will travel with them on to the City of
The whole Coach, when so desired, can be engaged
by families. Distance 654 miles—Fare $45* Days of
departure, on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays at
4 A. M. All Baggage, parcels, £cc. at the risk of the
owners. WILLIAM SMITH.
Culpepper C. H. Ya. May 15, 1S32. w6m
R UNAWAY from the subscriber, living in Mor
gan county, Georgia, on the nigbtof tlie 21st Au
gust last., a negro man by the name of Washington, 30
or 35 years of age, nearly or quite 6 feet high, likely and
xvell made, weighing about 173 lbs. qt ite dark com
plected, with rather low forehead, speaks quick when
spoken to, and puts on an air of complaisance—he has
a scar across one of his hands ; walks with a long and
quick step, and being square shouldered, hangs his arms
rather back ; he has quite a small beard for a man of his
age, and does not look as old as he really is. He is
quite intelligent for a negro, and equally witty. He
took with him a very good (rather light) bay mare, 3
years old last spring, upwards of 5 feet high, with full
and long tad, which she cairics rather loose and down ;
light main—no white recollected, unless a small star in
her forehead ; she is rather heavy headed, otherwise her
form is good ; rather light made, with a round hoof, on
which she stands quite upright before. There is still
the signs of theropesoa her ancles, occasioned by learn
ing her to pace, which gate she goes mostly, and if in
plight, quite fast, though not easy. If she trots at all,
its awkward and rough. She had on old shoes before
when she was taken off. He took also a tolerable good
man’s saddle, having one brass and one .iron stirrup;
with crupper and double, girth, and the false skirt nearly
as large as the pad; also a curbed bridle, and saddle
blanket of tlie yellow stripe sewed together. He is tlie
same negro, that has been advertised in the newspapers
for some time past,and whilst absent, staid nearly three
months, or the most of his time in the lower part of Hen
ry county, in this State, with Thomas King, and was
accompanied home by H. M. Jackson of the same
And I understand whilst he was there, lie disowned
me, and his own name, and professed to belong to Scott
Byrd of Carroll county, where he aimed to get, and if
possible find some white man bad enough to convey him
oft’. He did once belong to Scott Bird, and then to Lee
Bird of whom I got him. He has some knowledge of
the new counties, and I think will aim to stay with some
man of the frontiers of this State, Alabama or some
other State, that will indulge him in drinking, gambling,
and other such acts, if possible, worse, of all which he
is very fond. It is more than probable, he is conducted
off by some bad white man, if so, a reasonable reward
will be given for the thief, as well as negro.
Any person who will deliver said negro to me shall re
ceive the above reward, and a reasonable compensation
for my mare, saddle &c. and all reasonable expences
paid—or any intelligence ot them, will be thankfully
received. It is more than probable he will again dis-
own me, and his own name—But hv is assured, I wnl
not sell or convey my title to him whilst absent—Any
thing to the contrary will be u B YBD.,
The Macon Messenger and Columbus Enquirer, will
publish the above 4 times and forward their accounts to
Madison, Morgan county, for collection. L- B.
Sept. 13 10 ~ 4t ’
"WM7ILL continue to transact the above busi-
® ® ness at the same place occupied last year by J.
Goddard & Reed. He has built a good Wharf frr tlie
convenience of the Ware-House: and there is no Ware
house in town more secure from the dangers of fire.
By strict attention to business committed to his care,
| and the facilities which lie will be able to render bis custo
mers, he hopes to merit a continuance of the patronage
of his friends and the public in general.
He is prepared to make liberal advances at all times,
on cotton stored, or shipped by hint. Colton stored at
his Ware-house will be insured at the lowest rates, if
HAMILTON Ac HAYES
I NTENDING to permanently locate themselves in
Macon, on or before the 1st of October next, for the
purpose of transacting the above business; and having
taken the new and convenient Ware-House recently
! occupied by Isaac B. Rowland, on the corner of Mulber-
j ry and Second street, and in the immediate vicinity of
! most of the Cotton transactions, respectfully solicit a
j part of public favor, promising iri return, unremitting
j attention to the interest of all who may favor them with
| their business and confidence. Liberal advances will
1 be made on Produce, Merchandize or other propet ty.
JOHN R. HAYES.
Macon, August 1st. 1832. 6—7t
H \S just received from New-
of Watches, silver Spoons, belt
t v i Pistols. Walking Canes, Beed
9 . ® a ? s > ^ c ‘ an< * l ,as constantly
on hand a general assortment of
articles in his line of business, consisting of Gold Patent
Lever and Plain Watches, Silver do.; Gold Chains,
Seals and Keys; Breast Pins, Ear-rings, Finger-rings,
Cable Chains and Medallions; Silver Spoons, Specta
cles, Butter Knives and Pencil Cases, Plated Castors,
Fruit Baskets,Candlesticks, Snuffers and Trays, Razors,
Pen Knives and Scissors; Razor Straps Shaving Boxes
and Soap; Otto of Rose, Cologne Water, Macassar Oil
and Hair Powder; Plain and Carved Combs, Pocket,
Dressing and Side Combs, Gilt and Steel Chains and
Keys, Sword and Plain Canes, Belt and Pocket Pistols,
Percussion Caps and Powder Flasks, Military Hats,
Swords, Belts, Buttons, Epauletts, Lace, Cord, ike.
SPECIAL ATTENTION WILL BE GIVEN TO
CLOCK & WATCH REPAIRING,
ALSO, TO ENGRAVING
COURT & NOTARIAL SEALS.
Plate and Jewelry, neatly repaired;—Canes mounted
with Gold, Silver or Ivory—Gold Spectacles made to or
der—Surveyors Compasses repaired.
Milledgeville, March 8, 1832. 35—:f
A FAMILY NEWSPAPER ot the largest Class,
free from all political bias, published in Philadel
phia every Saturday, by Edmund Morris, No. 95, Chcs-
nut Street, at TWO DOLLARS per annum.
The proprietor of the Saturday Bulletin takes advan
tage of the enormous enlargement of his paper, to point
attention to tliat highly popular Journal, it avows the
ambitious aim of being the most informing, most amus
ing and most spirited of ali newspapers, and in particu
lar of being the best Weekly paper for respectable fam
ilies, ever offered to the public patronage from the Phila
delphia press. To establish this latter claim, the utmost
care is taken to crowd into its ample columns every
possible variety of new and interesting intelligence: and
on the score of the talent, spirit and real interest of its
contents, combined'wiih the beautifully white paper on
which it is printed, the clear, new type, and its Hot being
crowded with an abundance of advertisements, it is
hoped it may claim admission to the parlors and libraries
of all persons of education and taste. To those who do,
as well as those who do not read the daily papers, the
Saturday Bulletin will never lack novelty, every part
being entirely original, or compiled in a manner to en
gage attention to even the least imposing portion of its
contents. It is printed on a large imperial sheet of fine
white paper, twenty four columns of each number, and
contains the nexvs in the week down to tlie latest dates.
The papers for subscribers in the Country are carefully
packed in strong wrappers and put in the post office in
time to leave the city by the mails of Saturday morning,
so that by Sunday night, they may be received at offices
one hundred and fifty miles distant from the city; while
those who live within fifty or seventy miles, will receive
them on the evening of Saturday.
Premiums.—Any persons forwarding Five subscri’oers
and a year’s subscription, shall receive the Paper free
for himself, so long as the Five continue.
Any person forwarding Ten subscribers and a years
subscription, shall receive a copy of the Life of Napoleon,
beautifully bound in two volumes, or any other work of
equal value which may be'desired. These books will
be forwarded with care, in the manner directed by the
owner. Address the Editor. June 21
FltESll Sb PPL * of 7
Silver and Plated Spoons,
Music Boxes, and Spectacles,
Pocket and Pen Knives,
• Patent Perry lan fens,
Scaling Wax, &c.
fdp* ORDERS for any articles in the subscribers
line of business will receive prompt attention.
Orders for PIANOS will also be attended to on mod
erate terms. JACOB FOGLE.
Milledgeville, June 14, 1832. 49—tf
' (COPY NOTE.)
O N or before the 25ih December next, I promise to
pay Jonathan Smith, or bearer, six hundred dol
lars, for value received, January 27th, 1832.
Joshua Hill. JOHN ^ FREEMAN.
Reev’d sixty dollars in part payment 20th Jan. 1832.
Reev’d fifty dollars in part payment 20th March 1832.
Personally appeared Bazel Smith before me, who be
ing duly sworn, saith that the above is a substantial co
py of a promissory note which was in this deponents
possession and that the same has been lost or destroyed
so that it cannot be found.
Sworn to and subscribed before me, 16th July, 1832.
ROBERT BROWN, j. p.
Jasper Inferior Court, July Term, 2832.
IT appearing to the Court by the above affidavit of
Bazel Smith, lie was possessed of a certain promissory
note therein referred to and that the above is a substan
tial copy of said note, together with the credits thereon;
and that tlie same has been lost or destroyed—It is there
fore ordered, Tliat the said copy be established in lieu
of the original note at the next Term of this Court, un
less sufficient cause be shewn to the contrary; and that
a copy of this rule be published in one of the public ga
zettes of this State according to law in such eases made
A true copy from the minutes, 7ih August, 1832.
ROBERT IvELLUM, Cl k.
Aug 23 m3m
SKETCHES OF DISTRICTS IN CUE-
1 HAVE made out a great number of Sketches, and
will forward them promptly to any quarter of the
State on application. The price for sketches of Land
Districts is one dollar, and for sketches of Gold Districts,
two dollars and fifty cents. Any person who will en
close one dollar for each sketch of a Land District, and
two dollars and fifty cents for each sketch of a Gold
District, will receive promptly any number they may
The sketches will represent on a small scale, all the
lots, numbers and water courses, together with the qual
ity of the soil, as reported by the Surveyors. I will al
so execute Drafts of the whole Cherokee country, or any
part of it, as may suit the views of companies of Land
and Gold purchasers.
BENJAMIN II. STURGES.
Milledgeville, Sept. 6, 1832. w3m
T homas c. jure ex, will practice Law in the
Chattahoochie Circuit and in the counties of Craw
ford and Upson of the Flint Circuit. Busincssentrusted
to him will meet with prompt attention: lib address is
March 22, 37—6m
G eorgia, Baldwin county.—where
as James C. Watson applies for letters Dismissory
from the estate of Samuel Watson, late of said county,
These are therefore to cite all and singular the kindred
and creditors of said deceased, to be and appear at my
office, within the time prescribed by law, to shew cause,
if any they can, why said letters should not be granted.
Given under mv hand, this 3d day of April, 1832.
mCm ' B. F. STUBBS, c. c. o.
T HE subscriber has obtained from soaie of the Judg
es, and others a number of DECISIONS made in
important law cases. He expects to enlarge bis Collec
tion; nnd so soon as the subscription will authorize, to
publish them in a plain, cheap style, in pamphlet form.
The object of this undertaking is to awaken among
tlie people a sense of the importance of a
Court for the Correction of Errors.
The Judges, Solicitors, and Members of the Bar,
throughout the State, are respectfully requested to fur
nish authentic reports. To those who may do so, a rea
sonable allowance in the price of the work will be made.
Utility alone, and not profit, is the object of the under
taking. And with this view he solicits warmly the co
operation of the Bar and Bench. His situation as an
editor will enable him to print the work more cheaply
than other perrons. JOHN G. POLHILL. ’
Milledgeville, April 21, 1831. 41
J OHN R. WIGGINS having taken an office in
the town of Irwinton, offers his professional servi
ces to his friends and the public.
September 6, 1832. 9—3t
1 7IOUR months after date application will be made
to the honorable the Inferior Court of Newton
county, when sitting for ordinary purposes, for leave to
sell the whole of the real estate of Mahaley Edmonds,
deceased. THOMAS L. THOMASON, Adm’r.
August 22,1832. ' <j m
For publishing i:i Monroe, Walton county, Ga. a Reli
gious Newspaper, to be entitled the
SOUTHERN BAPTIST REGISTER.
BY JAMES W. PRICE.
I T is a fact generally conceded, that the most neces
sary study ofmankind, is how to prepare for useful
ness in life, and happiness in eternity. The necessity
is of consequence apparent, that every facility which
the mind can invent, or the imagination devise, should
be thrown in their way, to aid them in accomplishing
this most important of purposes, this most desired of ob
jects. The publisher deems this a sufficient apology for
the prospectus he now offers.
As its title indicates, the Register is designed particu
larly to disseminate facts in relation to the Baptist de
nomination ; to trace its history, to recount its trials, ami
give intelligence of its success; yet in doing so, it will
present nothing to which the G’hristian of any denomi
nation whatever, can object. Its aim will be to encour
age virtue, promote piety, and uphold tlie doctrine and
precepts of our holy religion. To these objects a large
portion of the paper will be devoted; yet to make it ac
ceptable to families generally, and answer the purposes
of ordinary newspapers, it will regularly furnish a syn
opsis of passing events, without interfering in party or
With this very brief exposition of his design, the
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A DMINISTRATOR’S SALE.—Will be sold,
at the Court-house door in the town of Knoxville
Crawford county, in this State, on the first Tuesday in
November next, between the usual hours of sale, (he
lbllowing tracts of land belonging to the estate of Mat
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same district, with a Saw mill and other improvements
thereon—Also 405 acres, being lots No. 51 and 52, in
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tiie said seventh district cf said county,—Also lot 26,
and lot No. 40, whereon Daniel Campbell now lives, both
in the last above seventh district of said county—Also
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county, known as Marshalls lots in said town, for the
benefit of the heirs of said estate, and sold pursuant to
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LUCY MARSHALL, Adm’rx.
ALLEN MARSHALL., J AtIm , rg
MATTHEW A. MARSHALL,
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IN BALDWIN SUPERIOR COURT,
February Term, 1832.
George W. King, )
ts. ^ [> RULE NISI,
John W. Pitt. ) for foreclosure of Mortgage.
GEORGIA-—To the Superior Court of Baldwin county.
March 3d, 1S32.
T LIE petition of George W. King respectfully shew-
eth that on tlie 23th day of February eighteen hun
dred and thirty-one, John W. Pitt late of said county-,
deceased, executed to your petitioner his mortgage deed,
on a certain lot or parcel of land lying and being in the
town of Milledgeville in said county and state, contain
ing three eighths of an acre, being part of lot number
four in square number thirty-nine ill said town, the bet
ter to secure the payment of a certain note of hand of
John W. Pitt, dated 22d February, eighteen hundred and
thirty-one, with interest from the 25th May, eighteen
hundred and thirty-one, for two thousand dollars, w here
on the said George W. King was first endorser in the
Darien Bank and which said note your petitioner has
been compelled to pay off, or take up by depositing his
own note in lieu thereof which said mortgage fell due on
the 26th day of May in the year eighteen thirty-one—It
is therefore ordered by the Court, That the principal, in- t
terest and cost be paid into Court within six months j
from the date of this rule, or in default thereof, that
the equity of redemption of the said John W. Pitt in
and to the said mortgage premises, be forever barred and
foreclosed—It is further ordered, That this rule be pub
lished according to law and tne rules of Court.
True extract from the minutes of Baldwin Superior
Court, March ?j, 1832.
_ -WILLIAM T. DAVIS, ClHc.
I\ WILKINSON SUPERIOR COURT,
April Term, 1832.
Lewis Bond, )
vs. J RULE NISI,
Martin Hays. ) For foreclosure ojWorlgage.
Georgia—To the Superior Court of Wilkinson county.
rg’lHE petition of Lewis Bond, respectfully sheweth
-BL that on tlie tenth day of April in the year eighteen
hundred and twenty-seven, Martin Hays of said county,
executed his mortgage deed on a certain parcel or lot of
land lying and being in the 4th district of Wilkinson coun
ty, and distinguished in the plan of said district by the
number two hundred and forty six, it being the lot of
land whereon Martin Hays now lives, and said lot of
land whereon he has built a mill the better to secure the
payment of three promissory notes; the first dated the
10th January 1326, payable one day after date to Lew
is Bond, or bearer, for $301 32; the second dated the
22d January 1826, payable, to Lewis Bond, or bearer,
one day after date, for $12 67|; the third dated the 19th
July 1826, payable twenty days after date to Rowe &
Newell, or bearer, for $76 14£; which said mortgage is
now due—It is therefore ordered by the Court, That
the principal,interest and cost be paid into Court within
six months from the date of this rule, or in default thereof
that the equity of redemption of the said Martin Hays
in and to said mortgaged premises, be forever barred and
foreclosed—If, is further ordered, that this rule be pub
lished according to law and the rules of Court.
A true extract from the minutes of Wilkinson Superi
or Court. this Gth day of April 1832.
JEREMIAH BEALL, Cl’k.
April 19 nffim
IN HENRY SUPERIOR COURT,
April Term, 1831.
Ann Melhado, 4
vs. > RULE NISI, for foreclosure of
F.hjah H. Burritt. ) mortgage.
I T appearing to the court, that on the sixth day of
June, in the year eighteen hundred and twenty sev
en, Elijah H. Burritt made and delivered to Ann Melha
do, his three several promissory notes, bearing date on
the day and year aforesaid; one for the sum of four hun
dred and sixty seven dollars, and due on the sixth day
of June eighteen hundred and twenty eight: one for the
sum of four hundred and sixty six dollars, and-due on
tlie sixth day of June eighteen hundred and twenty nine:
and one for the sum of four hundred and sixty seven dol
la rs, aiid due on the sixth day of June eighteen hundred
and thirty: and that, to secure the payment of the mo
ney in said notes specified, the said Elijah H. on tlie day
and year first aforesaid, executed to the said Ann, his
mortgage on the following lots of lands, viz: lot num
ber one hundred and forty, in the twelfth district of Hen
ry; also lot number sixty, in the twelfth district of Hen
ry, and lot number 20, in the 11th district of Henry—all
lying in said county: and that there remains due on said
mortgage, the sum of four hundred and sixty seven dol
lars, besides interest, as specified in the last above-men
tioned note: It is therefore ordered, that the said Elijah
H. do pay into this court, within twelve months hereaf
ter, the sum due as aforesaid, on said mortgage, with in
terest and cost; and on failure thereof, the court will pro- j
ceed, as to justice shall appertain, in foreclosing said
mortgage. And it is further ordered, that this rule be
published in one of the gazettes of this State once a
month for six months before the fill term of this court
for eighteen hundred and thirty two: or be served per
sonally on the defendant three months before the said
term of the court.
A true extract from the minutes, this 14th April, 1831.
may31 WILLIAM HARDIN, Cl’k.
IN HENRY SUPERIOR COURT,
April Term, 1S32.
Benjamin E. Stiles & j
Abraham B. Fanning, 1
IN DECATUR SUPERIOR COURT,
June Term, 1932.
James Bell, complainant, )
vs. J BILL IN EQUITY,
Demsev Rawls. \ for injunction and rcliej.
I T having been duly made appear to ihe Court, thul
tiie defendant is not an inhabitant of this State, acd
that he is not to be found therein, but resides in the state
of Alabama, out of the jurisdiction of this Couit—Ou
motion of council, it is ordered by ihe court, that the.
said defendant appear on or Indore the first (Jay cf t! *>
next term of this Court, and answer the said bill t feint-
plaint, and tliat service be perfected by a publicatii n ot
this rule once a month for six months, iri some public ga
zette of this State.
A true copy from the minutes of said Court, tins 7rn
day of June, 1832. S. SCARBOBGL’GH, Cl’k.
^lEORGIA In the Superior Court of Decatur
county, June Term, 1832.
On or before the first day of December next, iut r
either of us promise to pay C. M. Seawell, or bearer,
fourteen dollars and fifty cents for value received.
(Signed,) ' JAMES CALLAHAM,
February 1831. JOHN COCK.
On or before the loth day of May next, I premise to
pav John Cock, or bearer, nine dollars fi r value rcc’d.
(Signed,) ARDEN K£OL.
Appeared in open Court, John Cock, who being sworn
saiih that the two notes, of which the above arc copies,
were recently in the possession of deponent as his pv< -
perty and that lie has lost the same out of his posessieir
and that they are still due and unpaid.
Sworn to in open Court, this ^th .Tune, 1S32.
Test, S. SCARBOROUGH, Cl’k.
IT appearing to the Court by the oath of John Cock,
that tiie two notes of which the above, are copies are lost
out his possession, and that the same are due and unpaid
—On motion, ordered, that the said copies be establish
ed in lieu of the original so lost, or good cause be shewn
to the contrary on or before the first day of the next
Term of this Court, and this ride be published once a
month for three months in one of the public gazettes c f
A true copy from the minutes of said Court, this 11th
day of June 1832.
July 5 S. SCARBOROUGH, Cl’k.
G EORGIA—In the Superior Court of Decatur
county, January Term, 1832.
One day after date, I promise to pay Thomas D.
Welch or bearer, fifty seven dollars and fifty six and c ue
fourth cents for value received, December 20th, 1820.
(Signed) RICHARD WILSON.
Before me a Justice of the Peace for said county, came
H; u nion G. Harland, who being duly sworn, depose! h
and saith that he was the bearer of a note, of which the
above is a copy, and that said note is lost or mislaid.
Sworn to and subscribed before me, this 2d day of
January, 1832. H. G. HARLAND.
Solomon’ D. Betton, j. p.
UPON the affidavit of Harmon G. Harland, staling
that a certain note made by Richard Wilson of said
county, on the 20t.h December 1830, for tlie sum of fiii.y
seven dollars and fifty-six and one fourth cents. ] ay able
to Thomas D. Welch, or bearer, has been lost—It is on
motion, ordered, That a copy of said note be establish
ed in heu of said lost original, unless cause be shew n t<»
the contrary on or before the next Term of this Court,
and that a copy of this rule be published in one of the
public gazettes of this Stale, once a month l’or at least
three months previous to the next Term of this Court.
A true copy from the minutes of said Court, this 2d
February, 1932. S. SCARBOROUGH, Cl’k.
March 1 34—3m
rs. f for foreclosure of mortgage.
Bennett S. Griffin. J
I T appearing to tlie Court, that on the second day of
May, in the year eighteen hundred and thirty-one,
Bennett S. Griffin made and delivered to Benjamin E.
Stiles and Abraham B. Fanning, his promissory note for
twenty three thousand eight hundred and eighty one dol
lars, bearing date on the day and year aforesaid, and
payable on the first day of October then next: and that
to secure the payment of the money in said note specified,
the said Bennett S., on the day and year first aforesaid,
executed to the said Benjamin E. and Abraham B. his
mortgage on that lot ofland known as four hundred and
twenty six, in the sixteenth district of said county: and
that there remains due on said mortgage, tiie sum often
thousand six hundred and forty four dollars, besides in
terest: It is therefore ordered, that the said Bennett S.
do pay into this court, within six months hereafter, the
sum due as aforesaid, on said mortgage, with interest
and cost: and on failure thereof, the court will proceed,
as to justice shall appertain, in foreclosing said mortgage.
And it is further ordered, that this rule be published in
one of the public gazettes of this State, once a month for
four months, or be personally served cn tlie said defend
ant or his special agent or at torney, at least threemonihs
belbre the next term of this court,
A true extract from the minutes, 12th April 1832.
june7 A. T. HARDIN. Cl’k.
IN JASPER SUPERIOR COURT,
April Term, 1832.
1 THE petition of James C. Flemister, sheweth that on
. the twenty-sixth day of March, in the year eigh
teen hundred and twenty-eight, George A. Hill execu
ted and delivered to your petitioner his deed of mort
gage bearing tlie aforesaid date, in and to a certain tract
or parcel of land, situate, lying and being in the nine
teenth district of said county, known and distinguished
in the plan of said district by the number two hundred
and forty-nine, containing seventy acres, more or less,
it being part of the aforesaid lot, for the purpose of se
curing the payment of four promissory notes made pay
able by the said George A. Hill to your petitioner, one
given the twenty-eight day of January, in the year one
thousand eight hundred and twenty-eight, and due one
day after date for eighteen dollars, three others given 7th
day of December, eighteen hundred and twenty-seven,
one for twenty-five dollars due the twenty-fifth day of
December, eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, the oth
er due the 25th December 1829, for forty dollars, the oth
er due twenty-fifth of December, eighteen hundred and
thirty, for fifty dollars. And your petitioner saith that
said promissory notes are long since due and that the
said George A. Hill has made default in the payment
thereof—Wherefore, it is on motion of Burney & Freem
an, attorneys for thopotitii ner, ordered, Tliat unless the
said George A. Hill, do pay into the Clerk’s office of this
Court, the principal and interest due on said promissory
notes, together with the cost of this application, within
six months from the date of this application, or shew suf
ficient cause to the contary, that the equity of redemp
tion in and to said mortgage premises be then henceforth
and forever barred and foreclosed—and it is further or
dered, That a copy of this rule be published in one of
the public gazettes of this State, once a mon'h for four
months previous to the next term of this Court, or served
on the said George A. Hill, his agent or attorney, three
months previous to the thne appointed for the payment
of the money, BURNEY & FREEMAN,
A true copy from the minutes the 3d day of May
1832.WILLIAM B. STOKES, Cl’k.
P RINTING of every description executed with
neatness and dispatch at this Office.
GEORGIA—IN DECATUR Sl'P’B COURT-
Dun’cav Cup.Rr, 1
vs. > RULE NISI to foreclose Mor:-
Jason Plant. ) gage.
TTPON the petition of Duncan Curry, stating that
Jascn Plant heretofore, to-wit: on the tv.eutv •
sixth day of January in the year of our Lord one thous
and eight hundred and thirty, did execute and deliver to
the said Duncan, his certain 'mortgage deed, dated the
ady and year aforesaid, in and to a certain tract ofland 1} -
ing in the sixteenth district of origin ally Early now Deca
tur county, known in the pkin of said district by tlie mini ■
ber fifty, for the better securing the payment of two cer
tain promissory notes, dated as aforesaid, both payable
to the said Duncan Curry, one of which on or before the
first day of January eighteen hundred and thirty-one, ft r
one hundred and eight dollars, and the other of said
notes due on the first day of July in the year eighteen
hundred and thirty-one, for one hundred and twelve
dollars, and that the sum of one hundred and forty-nine
dollars and twenty-five cents, principal, and the sum of
eight dollars and forty-two cents interest, is now due and
unpaid on said notes.—On motion of Thomas Bishojq
attorney for petitioner, it is ordered, that the said Jasop
Plant pay into the Clerk’s office of this Court, by the
next term, the principal and interest stated to be due as
aforesaid, together with the cost of this proceeding, or that
the equity of redemption in a; d to said mortgaged prem
ises, from thenceforth, be barred and foreclosed—and
that a copy of this rule be served on said mortgager if tn
be found in the State at leat three months, or published
once a month for six months previous to the next teim
of this Court.
A true copy from the minutes of said Court, this 1st
day of February, 1832.
S. SCARBOROUGH, Cl’k
March 1 34—6m
GEORGIA, DEKALB COUNTY,
Inferior Court, sitting for ordinary purpose?.
I T appearing to the Court, from the petition of Will
iam Miller, that John Adams late of said county,
deceased, did on the fifth day of September in the year
eighteen hundred and twenty-eight, execute his bond to
your petitionerfor titles to Lot of Land, number twenty
four, in the sixteenth district of originally Henry now
DeKalb county, when your petitioner (William Miller)
should pay him the consideration money for said lot, and
the said John Adams having died, without having cxe--
cuted said titles, agreeable to the tencr of said bond, and
it appearing to the Court, that the bond has been fully
complied with, on the part of your petitioner—11 is there
fore ordered, That Daniel Stone, the administrator o;i
the estate of the said John Adams, deceased, do at tha
July Term next of this Court, execute good and lawful
titles to said lot ofland, unto the said William Miller,
unless good cause be shewn to the contrary, and that a
copy of tins rule be published once a month for three
months. WILLIAM MILLER, Petiliorer.
A true copy from the minutes of the Court of Ordina
ry, this 14th March, 1832.
E. B. REYNOLDS, c. c. o.
March 29 38—3m
GEORG I A, DKKA LU COUNTY, '
To the honorable Inferior Court, sitting for ordinary
T HE petition of Martin Pitts respectfully sheweth
that John Adams, late of said county, deceased,
did on the day of September in the year eighteen
hundred and twenty six, execute his bond to your peti
tioner, for titles to a lot of land number fifty seven, in the
second district of formerly Monroe now Pike county,,
whenever your petitioner (Martin Pitts) should pay him
the consideration money for the-said lot, and the said
John Adams having died without having executed said
t itles, agreeable to the tenor of said bond, and it appear
ing to the court that the bond has been fully corq^ed"
with on the part of your petitioner—It is tb^-eforeor-
dered, that Daniel Stone the administrator oh the estate
of the said John Adams, deceas e^ *) at the next Sep
tember Term of this Court, execute good and lawful ti
tles, to said lot of land, unto the said Martin Pitts, un
less good cause be shewn to the contrary, and that a co
py of this rule be published once a month for three
months. MARTIN FITTS, Petitioner.
may 31, 47 3 m
- WILKINSON SUPERlOU tpiKT,
I April Term, 1832.
T appearing to the Court, that the official bond of:
Joui) Riley, as Sheriff of the county of Wilkinson,
was destroyed by fire, and that a copy in substance has
been filed with the Clerk of this Court—It is (n>motion,
ordered, That the said John Riley, and his securities,
shew cause at - the next Term, or as soon as counsel can
be heard, why the said copy should not be established in
lieu of the said lost original, and that a copy of ihis r'ulej
be published in one of the public gazettes published i»'
Milledgeville, once a month for six months.
A true extract from the minutes of Wilkinson Superb r
Court, this 7th April, 1832.
JEREMIAH BEALL, C?i\