A four days meeting is appointed to
commence, at the Methodist Church, in
this place, on Christmas day—l he Fie
lding Elder, and several other preachers
of eminence is expected.
gy*la order that those em
ployed in this office mav have
an opportunity of enjoying the
Christmas festivities, the Ca
binet will not be issued next
* HEAD QUARTER
First Brigade, 2 d Div . Ga. Ala.
159 r December, 1823.
In conformity from His Ex
cellencv, the commander in chief, per
sons holding public arms formerly of th
“Siate Guards” are directed to turn ove>
the same to me on the sth and Gth ot
next month in W irrenton.
AARON W. GRIER, Brig. Gen.
Ist Brigade, 2d Division, Ga, Ma.
December, 20tli 1828. 2w—3o.
TAKES this method of informing the
public that he will continue th*
HU- k-mith's business, the enduing year,
at the stand at present occupied by him,
and will be ready to execute work, on
short notice at reduced prices. By giv
ing his personal attention to the business,
he hopes to merit a share of public pat
Warrenton, Dec. 20. 30—ts.
I have made two promissory notes pay
aide, to Willis H iward, due the twenty
fifth day of this month, for twenty five dol
lar each, which I will not pay, as the con
sideration for which they were given has
ISAAC HART, Jr.
December 20th. 1828. It
’ M A CON WiIGUK.
ON TUESDAY Hie Gth day of
January next, at 11 o’clock A.
M. will be exposed to sale in Macon,
to the highest bidder, the
across the Ocmulgee river at Macon,
together wi ll one acre of land on the
eastern side of the Octnulgee river,
to be used as one of the hutments; and
the privilege of using so much of Fifth,
ot Bridge Street, on the western bank
as may be necessary for the other
ut n * it of the Bridge.
- THe'purchaser will be required, on
the day ot the sale to pay to the com
rr issioners one fifth part of the pur
chase money in Cash or current hills
sv chartered banks of this State; and
to give bond with two or more approv
ed sureties for the payment of the
residue in four equal annual instal
\YM. HARM AN, T Coromis-
C. B. STRONG, ‘IZI
O. H. PRINCE, sioners.
Ort. 25. 1828. 23-9 t.
The Editors of the Charleston City
Gazette, the Tuscaloosa Chronicle,
and of the several public Gazettes in
this State, will publish the foregoing
\ve kiy nine weeks, in their respective
papers, and forward their accounts to
the Executive Department.
A DMINTsTraToR r S ‘ SALE.
Y, fc ILL be sold, at the Court
? f House in the town of Warren
ton. on the first Tuesday in January,
1829, by virtue of an order from the
honorable the Inferior Court, of War
ren county when sitting for Ordinary
purposes. Two bundled and forty a
<r sos Und. lying in the county of
Warren, on Hart‘s Creek, adjoining
Gibson, Wright and Dozier; —the
said laud will be sold subject to the
widows dower. Also six negroes to
wi '; —Dicey aged about 43—. ice, 25
Wilce, about 21—Cate, about 7—De
ter about years old—and Shear
man about 9 months old.—The above
land and negroes to be sold for the
benefit of the heirs anu creditors of
Mo mi tain Hill. dec.
AMBROSE lIEETIT, Admr.
We are requested to say, that
George VV. Shivers, E q.dr.h e* be
ing a candidate for re-election ot Jm!;e ot
the Inferior Court of Warren county.
***We are requested to an
nounce Gen. Aaron W. Grier
as a candidate for Judge of the
Inferior Court, at the approach
(P* We are requested to an
nounce Henrv Hiirht, I sq as a
candid ite f r Judge of the In
ferior Corn t, at the approaching
(£7°We are ruques-ed to an
nounce Vlaj Robert A Beall as
a candidate for Justice of the
Peace, of the 425th district.
arc requested to announce
Vlaj. Athelston Anohkws, a candidate
ior Colon* lof th 12th Regiment Georgia
Ylihtia, in place of Col. Aaron VV. Grier,
December 6. 2C-tf
fTj**We s*’*e requested to announce
Capt. Nathan J nes, as a cendidat*
for Sheriff, of Warren county.
Dec. 13th, 1828. £9 ts
are requested to announce,
Hardy Pitts, Esq. as a candidal’
for Sheriff, us Warren county .
October 18th 1828. 21—If.
are requested to announce
M.j. Atiiei.stan Andrews, as a
candidate lot* Sheriff ol’ Warm,
September 20th 1823. 17—ts.
(£7* We arc authorized to inform
the citizens ot Warren County, Geo.
that Joseph E. Biggs, is a candidate
for Receiver of Tax returns for the
A GREEABLE to ao order of t,.c
Hororahle Inferior Court of War
ren county, when sitting for ordin ry
purposes, will be sold, at the Court
House, in Warren County, on i e
first Tuesday in January m x , the
following property to wit: Seventy
nine acres of land, more or less,
whereon Surah Pate now lives, sold
subject to dower. Also one hundred
ami twenty four acres, in >re or Uss.
whereon John Pate now lives, sold
subject to dower. Also one hundred
and fifty acres, more or less, ad join
ing the above land anu James Gra
nade’s i .ltd 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
Fair, in the last mentioned tract. Al
so one negro girl about 19 years of
age, by the nunc of Dinah—all the
property of Drury Pate, dec. Sold
ior 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 GREEABLY to an order of the hon
/tk orable the Court of Ordinary tf
V\ arr* n county, will be sold on the first i
Tuesday in January next, the following
property, to wit:
10(5 Acres of land, lying in
said county, adjoining lands of R. Heath,
J. B. Harrell, and others. To be sold as
the estate of Elizabeth King. dec. for the i
benefit of the heirs of VV m. King. dec.
JAMES T. DK KEN, Executor.
November 8. 24.
WlLL|be sold, on the first Tues j
day. in Eebrua y next, at tl.ej
Court House, in Mari in, Twiggs
county, one tract of land, containing]
202§ acres, more or less, known and j
distinguished, as Lot No. ior, iu the
28fit Ilist. formerly Vilkii sun, now j
Twiggs county'. Sold hy an order
of tiie Inferior Court for Warren
County when sitlii g for ordinary pur
poses, as the real estate of Moses
Thompson, sen. dec.
HANNAH THOMPSON, Adm‘x.
MOSES THOMPSON, Admr.
Nov. 15. 1828. tds—2s.
WILL BE SOLI), on the first Tues
day in January next, at the
Court House, in the town of YVarrenfon,
Warren county, b tween the usual hours
of sale, the following property, to wit:
Three hundred and twenty
acres of land, more or les9, adjoining
Mary Thompson and others, with two ne
groes. to wit: J ik, a man about 40 year 1 *
of age; Harriet, a woman about twenty
five year* of age, levied on as the proper
ty of Henry bhelton to satisfy an execu
tion in favor of Fontaine & Hargraves,
against said Shelton.
One hundred and seventy
six acres of land, more or less, lying on
(h<.-waters of Big Brier crack, adjoining
lands of Mays, and others, levied on b\
a constable arid returned to me as the
property of Harris Reese and William
Mays, to -alisfy four executions issued
>ui of a justices court in favor ofJau.es
Gray, Adm’r. &.c against the said Harris
R ese and Win. Mays.
One negro woman named
Lucinda, about twenty two years of age,
levied on bv a constable and returned to
me as* the property of Evans M’Crary to
satisfy two executions in favor of Fon
taine & Hargraves, vs. said M’Crary.
140 acres of land, more or
less, lying on Ogechee, adjoining lands
f Anthony Jones and others, levied on j
as (lie pjoperly of John B. Boyd to satis
fy an execution in favor of Anthony l
Jones against the sad Boyd.
123 acres of land, more or
less, ying on Bg Brier ere. k, adjoining
lands of Jesse Story and others; and one
lilty saw cotton gin; one threshing ma
chine, levied on as the property of Henry
Hinton and William G. Edmondson, to
a i-fy an execution in favor of William
M Math, Ex‘r. &c. against said Hinton
500 acres of pine land, more
or l> ss, lying on Ko kycumfort. adjoining
lands of Kh'tjy Harris and other*; 500
•icres, more or less, lying on Joes creek,
a j >i iing lands of Richard Powell .and
others, with 500 acres of pine land, more |
or Isa, lying on the waters of Forts creek j
adjoining lands of J din Killebrew and
o hers, levied <*n is the property ofCraus
sus Few to satisfy two executions in fa
vor of William B Sneed and wife, pro
perty pointed oui hy the plaintiff.
2(H) acres of land, more or
less, lying on Rockycomfort, adjoining
lauds of Nancy Murrey and others levied!
on by a constable and returned to me as
the property of Asa LJmphlet to satisfy
an execution in f vor of Joseph Williams
against the said Umphlet.
Seven negroes, Cherry, a
woman about 23 years of age and her
four children, Elbert nine years old; A
tny, live; AiLey, three; Jeff, 1 year ofag. ,
Sally, a woman about twenty two years of
age; and Mourning, a girl about about
eleven years of age, levied on as the pro*
petty of James Pate to satisfy an execu
tion in favor of Hardy Pitt# and sundry
other executions against the said J. Pace.
LEONARD PRATT, Shff.
WILL de sold, on the first Tuesday in
January next, at the court house, in War
renton, Warren county, the following
properly, viz Five negro .slaves, consist
mg of men and women, belonging to the
estate of John M‘Cormick, dec. to be sold
for the benefit of the heirs and creditors
of said deceased. Terms made known
on the dav of -ode.
BARNETT CODY, Exr.
SARAH M’CORMICK Kx‘rx.
Nov. 22. 20-tds
WILL be sold* to the highest bid
der for rash, on Saturday the
1 3fli of Der’r. next, at the late resi
dence of John Hamilton dec. the crop
of seed cotton, together with some,
cows, hogs and perhaps corn and
fodder, for the benefit of the heirs and
creditors of said dec.
AARON ADKINS, Ex’r.
November 8. 3* p—2o.
One or two bojs between 14 and
Ifi years of age, sis apprentices to the
Printing business. Apply at this Os
r FMiK subsetit-r wn < ontiouc the
.M. Rectorship oi this A* .idem i t’ e en
suing y* ar. He feels thankful for die h-
Ueritl support he has received from fl o
itizens of the plate, and bom othe s; nl
h< pes hy engaging a eon.peterd rt*.si*taM,
*o be better able to discharge tbe various
duties devolving on hun. The r ies •(
tuition will be tlie same a- at ’resent.
Be sons sn he country whon*Hv be desir
ous of placing their cbildi vii in this in
siitution, may ob’ain Imaid in |rivte f
uiuies on moderate trims I he school
will be opened on Monday, th.? 12? h of
December C. 28-tsc.
ftj* Fair Warning !!!!UCB
persons ioibfr and to uie es
tate of Drury Pate, are Jierebv iolonnr and
that unle*s the> settle the ;*rne will *ut
delay, suits will be commenced innncdia*
JOSEPH LEON A HD, Adm’r.
December G. 28 3t
FOUR month*, after rlate, application
wdl be made ‘o the Honorable Inferior
Court, of Warren county, wht u lining
for ordinary purposes, for leave to s II
the real estate ot Arthur Mathews, flee.
EDWARD MATHEWS, Ad.n‘r.
December C. 28
A FAMILY of Negroes, consisting of
a woman and five children—the
children all females: They were brought
upon a plantation.—Term cah. Afrdi
cation to be made to the. subscriber, living
-even miles from Warrenton, on the
Washington road, nr to John Moore. Esq.
residing in Warrenh n.
Nov. 22. 20-3 t
be sold, o’ Lownrl4 t House,
FT on the Tuesday in Fr m u-v
next, 490 acres of land, l\<og iu * id
county and situated in t'u* 120) *,
No. 376, formerly Irwin a- ti<e
property of Koofit I’a uui <!• c lor the
benefit of his m.-i*h m *,f *r- * ! n r*
Winfred Palmer, Ad ’tx.
Nov. 22 2G-‘d*
Tp)Y VIRTUE of h deed of Tru-l ex
fl a or uted to me by Lark Battle of
i Franklin County, North Carolina, on the
| 10 h day of July 1827, which i► recorded
in the Register’s office in the aforesaid
County of Franklin, I shall sell to the
highest bidder for ready money, before
the Court House door in Warrenton,
(Ga )on Monday the 29th of D-cember
next all the negroes and their increase,
(if any) which wag conveyed by the af*
orsaid deed of conveyance, say Jenny,
Phoebe, Valentine, V**nus and her two
or three children, names no* known* I
shall sell no other title, but such as the
aid Lark Battle had and conveyed to
JAMES HARRISON, Trustee.
Nov. Ist. 1828. tds—23.
The subscriber, will practice Law
in the Counties of Coweta, Carroll,
Troup, Muscogee, Merriwether, Har
ris, Talbot, Drkalb and Fay cite.
All business entrusted to his care
will meet with prompt attention.
IJ-j will examine lands, free of
charge, in the County of Coweta.
Direct to Newnan, Coweta County.
WILLIAM M. BEALL.
GEORGIA, Warren county.
Whereas, Spivy Fuller (Administrator
de bonis non and with the will annexed.)
on the estate of Thomas Smith late of said
county dec. applies for letters of Rissmis
sion on said estate.
These are therefore to cite and admon
ish all and singular, the Kindred and
Creditors, of said dec. to b** and appear
at my office within the time prescribed by
law, to shew cause, if any they have, why
said letters should not be granted.
Given under my hand at Office this
28th day of May 1828.
Z. FRANKI iN, clk.c. o.
May 31st mGtn
For sale at this Olhco^