Is published every Saturday , by P. L
ItOUINSON\ War rent otiy Geo. at
three dollars per annum , which may be
discharged by two dollars and fifty
cents if paid within sixty days of the
* JVIACOiN BRIDGE.
ON TUESDAY the 6th day of
January next, at 11 o’clock A.
M. will he exposed to sale in Macon,
to the highest bidder, the
B RID GE
across the Ocmulgee river at Macon,
together with one acre of land on the
eastern side of the Ocmulgee river,
to be used as one of the butments; and
the privilege of using so much of Fifth,
or Bridge Street, on the western bank
as may be necessary for the other
hutment of the Bridge.
The purchaser will be required, on
the day of the sale to pay to the com
riiissioners one fifth part of the pur
chase money in Cash or current bills
or chartered banks of this States and
to give bond with two or more approv
ed sureties for the payment of the
residue in four equal annual instal
\VM. II NRMAN, A P . .
C. B. STRONG, l C
(). H. PRINCE, J &lonelS *
.Oct. 25, 1828. 25—9 t.
The Editors of the Charleston City
Gazette, the Tuscaloosa Chronicle,
and f the several public Gazettes in
this State, will publish the foregoing
weekly nine weeks, in their respective
papers, and forward their accounts to
the Executive Department,
Warren Superior Court.
October Term 1828.
John Wright, Henry J."']
Wright, Henry flight, |
in right of Ilia wife. &<•. j Bil| for d ; 3 .
am Jesse Pop,. ... | co re .
right of Ins wife, #c. J- livf a * € , dis
r . Ti n , I tribution.
Joseph Hill and Chap- |
pII Heath Ex’rs. of j
Richard Heath dec. J
It appearing to the court by return
of the Sheriff that Chappell Heath,
one of the defendants in the above
bill is not to be found in this county
and by affidavits of Leonard Pratt.
Sheriff that he resides without the lim
its of the state, on motion, it is or
dered that service be perfected on the
said Chapp II Heath by publication
of this order, in some public Gaz tte
of this state once a month for three
months before the next Terra of this
court, and further ordered that the
said Chappell Heath do appear and
answer said hill on or befoVc the first
day of the next term of this court.
True extract from the minutes of
the Superior Court Warren county,
Georgia O tuber Term 1828.
THOMAS GIBSON, elk.
Georgia, Warren County.
Superior Court, October Term , 1828.
Matilda Griz Libel for Divorce,
zle, formerly |
It appearing to the court by the re
turn of the Sheriff that the defendan
in the above case is not to be found ii
said county—lt is on motion ordered
that service be perfected on said de
fendant by publication, of this rule i
one of the public gazettes, of tbL
State, onre a month for three months
True extract from the minutes Su
perior court Warren county Georgia.
OctobTr ‘ferm 1828. 22.---m3m.
THOMAS GPIBSON, Cl’k,
% ‘■ *
War rent >n, December (>, 1828.
A i OLti to ail oi'Uer ot lue
Honorable Inferior Court of War
ren county, when sitting for ordinary
purposes, will bo sold, at the Court
House, in Warren County, on the
first Tuesday in January next, the
following properly to witt Seventy
nine acres of laud, more or less,
whereon Sarah Pate now lives, sold
subject to dower. Also one hundred
and twenty four acres, more or less,
whereon John Rate now lives, sold
subject to dower. Also one hundred
and fifty acres, more or less, adjoin
ing the above land ann James Gra
nade’s Irfnd and Benjamin Thomp
son’s land, sold subject to dower of
the widow Sarah Pate, and also to
dower or claim of the widow Sarah
Farr, in the last mentioned tract. Al
so one negro girl about 19 years of
age, by the name of Dinah—all the
property of Drury Pate, dec. Sold
for the benefit of the heirs and credit
ors of said dec. Terms made known
on the day of sale.
JOSEPH LEONARD, Adm’r,
October 25th, 1828. tds.—22.
A D MINI ST RATO R T S SALE.
WILL be sold, at the Court
House in the town of Warren
ton, on the first Tuesday in January,
1829, by virtue of an order from tin
honorable the Inferior Court of War
ren county when sitting fir Ordinal)
purposes. Two bundled and forty a
cres of land, lying in the county of
Warren, on Hart's Creek, adjoining
Gibson, Wright and Dozier; —the
said land will be sold subject to ti:e
widow J s dower.-*Also six negroes to
wjt:—Dicey aged about 45—Joe, 25
Wilce, about 21—Cate, about 7—Pe
ter about 4 years old—and Shear
man about 9 months old.—The above
land and negroes to be sold for the
benefit of the heirs and creditors of
Mountain Hill, dec.
AMBROSE fIEEtH, Adm‘r.
October Bth 1828. 60d— 20.
A GREEABLY to an order of the hon
/b. orable the Court of Ordinary of
Warren county, will be sold, on the first
Tuesday in January next, the following
property, to wit:
106 Acres of land, lying in
said county, adjoining lands of R.Heatn,
J. B. Harrell, and others. To be sold as
the estate of Elizabeth King, dec. for the
uenefit of the heirs of Win King. dec.
JAMES T. DICKEN, Executor.
November 8. 24.
WILL he sold, on the first Tues
day, in February next, at the
Court House, in Marion, Twiggs
county, one tract of land, containing
202§ acres, more or less, known and
distinguished*, as Lot No. 107, in the
28th Dist. formerly Wilkinson, now
Twiggs county. Sold by an order
f the Inferior Court for Warren
County when sitting for ordinary pur
poses, as the real estate of Moses
Thompson, sen. dec.
HANNAH THOMPSON, Adm‘x.
MOSES THOMPSON, Adm'r.
Nov. 15. 1828. tds—2s.
The subscriber, will practice Law
in the Counties of Coweta, Carroll,
Troup, Muscogee, Merriwetl er, liar
• is, Talbot, Drkalb and Fayeite.
All business entrusted to his care
will meet with prompt attention.
He will examine lands, free of
charge, in the County of Coweta.
Direct to Newnan, Coweta County-
WILLIAM M. BEALL.
Late -Foreign News.
FROM THE THEATRE OF WAR
From the .V. T Jler. Mv. J\"ov. 19.
LATEST FROM EUROPE.
‘Flic Packet ship New-York,
Capt. Rennet, arrived last even-!
ing, sailed from Liverpool on
Sunday morning the I9tli ult.
and has hi ought regular advi
ces to that date.
It will be seen by the annex
ed extracts that the price of
i wheat had declined considera
bly.—and that there had been
extensive sale of Cotton at
rather higher prices.
‘Fhe reports given below, of j
the abandonment of the siege
of Varna and Shumla, by t!ie
Russians, is said to have been
confirmed by the London mail
which reached Liverpool the
morning the packet sailed.
London, oct. 17, 4 P. M.
The Paris papers just receiv
ed, give a letter from Berlin of
the Ist, stating that the second
army of Count Wittgenstein
was dispersed. Whole regi
ments of cavalry was dismount
ed; the want of water was so
great that three rubies were
uiven for a bottle. It was re
ported on the Frankford Ex
change, that the siege ot Var
na had been raised, and that the
Russian army was in lull retreat
to the Danube.
Paris Oct. 11.
We have letters from < ides
sa of Sept. 26. It was known
that the Russian Army was in
a distressed condition, and that
the Emperor desires peace.
If we may believe the letters
from Burcharest, the Turks
have assumed the offensive.
The corps of Gen. Rath has
been almost the
siege of Chum la raised, and the
Russians abandoning 30 pieces
of cannon have retreated to
wards Bezyrdjik puisued by
Hussein Bey at the head of
70,000 men, who flattered him
selfthat he could destroy them,
fall on the rear of the army
besciging Varna, reliance that
town, and terminate the cam
paign by coo polling the whole
Russian army to a general at
Berlin Oct. 5.
On the 26th of September,
a manifesto was issued at St.
Petersburg, ordering a levy of
four men out of every five hun
dred of the population. Ihe
number of recruits to be raised
by this order, is estimated
From the New York Com. Advertiser.
THE FOV.VO AMPOLEO.Y.
An arti* le from Vienna mentions
the arrival of 24 battallions and 23
troops of horse, amounting in all to
3() 000 men, wijm 80 pieces of artille
ry, in camp near Drey Eirschen,
whither the Emperor had proceeded
from badeii, und adds—
‘As they di filed before his majesty,
the young Duke of liei< hstadi (tho
son of Napoleon.) who appeared, for
the first time, in uniform, attracted
great and universal attention, Joy
beamed in his countenance. Her Ma
jesty the Dutchess of Parma. and her
1* penal Highness the Arch Dutchess
Harriet and hri family, followed the
Emperor, in their carriages on his re
turn to Baden.*
This young Duke of Rel listadt
ttiust now be about eighteen years of
nge. How rapid the High', and how
numerous the changes of time ! It
seems betas reminiscence of re* cot
labor, when we recorded the repudia
tion by the great Napoleon fhi fa
vorite Josephine—the gorgeous c I ■>
bratiori of his marrb gewi h the \is
trian Priruess, tiow'Duti he-s of I* ra**
ma—the birth if the long wish'd lor
—and his cradle coronation as K'-g
of R<m.e? And what rev lotions hove
happened situ e ? II w do events of
deep and highest nioon nt i r vvd upon
tue mind in awful and splendid arrnv,
like the th'n k coming fancies of a
dream, bringing the mol if*rious a< ts
Ac. incidents of \ long series of years in
to the narrow spare df an hours slum
ber! The glorious scenes of- D esden,
where Kings ami Emp rots were ri
vals in doing the child of fortune ho
mage—the splendid campaign of M s
row—the rout and overthrows! ! the
great contest at Lripsie against Eu
rope in arms’ —the disastrous result;
the turning of the weapon back up..n
toe haughty foe; the Hcige arid
fall of Paris—Elba—the return ami
the triumphant march to (he famous
seat of Ins glory—the Champ do
Mars, where the Emperor once more
found himself surround* and bv France
iii arms—the field of Waterloo and
the awful catastrophe which at a blow
hurled him from the giddy height of
fortune—and the inglorious flight—
the Bourbon re-ascends—Jie mighty
family of Napoleon is dispersed—St.
Helena—and a thousand other scenes
and incidents of subsequent occur
rence—All are crowded upon the ima
gination. like the rapidly changing
vicissitudes of the drama. And where
are Napoleon and Josephine—Alex
ander and the B xirboii Murat and
Ney—and many other of the princes
and nobles who bore conspicuous and
splendid parts iii the great twenty
years* tragedies and grand melo dra
mas of Europe; —Alas! Echo an
swers, Where? But the blood of the
conqueror flows in the veins of tho
young Duke of Keichstadt; and tho*
mingled with that of the house of
Hampsburg, yet there is the flood of
Maria Theresa also. Who can tell
that the boy now ‘first in uniform*—
sprung from such parentage—may
not yet perform some splendid part in
a world which less than fifteen years
ago trembled beneath his father’s
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