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ABANDONING HER COLONIES.?It
would appear by the annexed extract
from a letter from Jamaica, that
Great Britain intends to abandon her
West India colonies.
"The Southampton steamer arrived
here a few days ago, and her
news is pregnant with evil, throwing
all the inhabitants of the British
West India Islands into glocm uml
despair, notwithstanding the inisfortunes
of the present dav.
"The Governor of this Island (Sir
Charles E. Grey,) and all others
swaying British command in the
West Indies, have received circulars
from the Home Colonial Secretary
of State, to the efle?t that after the
first day of June, 1851, each colony
will be compelled to support its own
nultfni u n?liihlicl?mon4 oo (Kn
......j %/utuMnwDiiavin 00 un; CiUUlUII"
lies at home deem it expedient to
withdraw the respeetive British force
from each settlement or colony.
Should this infamous threat he carri
ed into execution his Imperial Maesty
ofMayti will be empowered to
extend and strengthen his empire, as
not a white person, for the short space
of a month, could, if inclined, remain
with safety in the Island.""
Married.?On the 22nd of September
by the Rev. J. R. Hunnicutt, Mr.
William Whitcfield to Mrs. Sillar
Braday, all of Anderson Distric.
On the same day, by the Rev.
Drury Knox, Mr. Jamc3 Wall of
Rayburn county, Ga., to Miss Martha
Mosely of this District.
r|"^HE Undersign take this method
JL of calling the attention of purchasers
to a large stock of Groceries,
both in Augusta Ga., and Hamburg
S. C. Consisting in'part of
BAGRIIVG. hnlti IJnnnv ?nH
- / ? J **""*
Dundee; 44 to 46 inches
wide, and heavy.
JRale Slope and Twine.
SUGAR, COFFE, SALT, IRON,
Molasuet, Cheese, Mackerel,
Flour, Bacon, Nails superior quality,
CANDLES, TALLOW, AND PATENT
MOULD, of all kinds,
Sole Leather, Oak tanned,
and Hemlock, do,
Powder, Shot, Lead, Soap, Starch,
liuligo and Madder
Negro Shoes, and Blankets of the
heaviest and best quality.
Homespun, Calicoes, &,c. &c.
All of which \vc will sell at the very
lexett prices of the Augusta and
Orders from Georgia, Alabama,
nnd South Carolina will bo thankfully
received, ami filled at the lowest
prices.?Orders addressed to Howaid,
McDonald & Co., either to Augusta
or Hamburg, will meet with
J. J. HOWARD.
J. M. BR1NDLKY.
O^rThe JLaurensvillc Herald, and
ir 1 LI' - "
j.jLuiiniuig i\euuujican wjii please
copy one montli.
Oct. 4, 1850. 204t
~ DISSOLUTIolsr ~
BY mutual consent we have
agreed that on thn first day of
January next we will discontinue our
business at this pdara. All persons
indebted to us will please make arrangements
to pay us by that time.
The Goods wo now have on hand
we will sell at very reduced prices.
BENSON & TAYLOR.
Pickens C. Hm Oct. 4, 20-tf
Will be sold on the 14th day of
TWT - I
r*ovcmocr nexi ai tne lalo residence
of William Jameson, deceased,
NINE LIKELY NEGROES,
Crop of Corn Fodder Oats
Horses, Cattle, Household and Kitchen
Furniture, and various other i.rticlcs
belonging to the Estate of Wn?.
Jemesrcm deceased?Sold on 13u
Also the Plantation will bo rented
VVm. H. JAMESON.
./ , JOSHUA JAMESON.*
Oct. 4, 1850. 20-tf
2nd Reo't S. C. Militia.
ORDER NO ?
THE 2nd Regiment S. O. Militia
is ordered to norade at Hall3 on
Thursday 10th ot October, at 10
o'clock, for general Review.
' The commissioned and non-com*
nmswwed officers will assemble the
day previous* (or drill and instruction,
E armed and -^pipped as the law di)
/ The Lieut. Colonel and Major are
charged with the extension of these
ordes to th*foi!**P?ctive Battal.
^r?'!'*n55|W A- MICE, Col. o,
WsSnd Keg. S. C. M.
Oct. 4, 1850
FASHIONABLE ALB AND
THE Subscribers acknowledge
their obligations for a liberal
patroftage heretofore extended to
them, and beg leave to announce to
the public, that they have on hand, a
larger assortment of
riL^K anu i;ncap wuuiis,
than usual, all of which are of the
latest style and well adapted to the
season. They pleuge themselves to
furnish, as many, as line, and as cheap
CiOODS as con b found in any
country store. GROCERIES,
CROCKER Y, and HARDWARE
pood enouffh for anv bodv. Our I
friend* and patrons arc invited to call
and examine for themselves.
They have also several Two and
Four horse WAGGONS of extra
finish, and two or three horses which
they will sell on reasonable terms, if
applied for soon.
W. S. & T. P. WILLIAMS.
Salubrity S. C., Oct. 4,1850.
Itemaininir in the Post Office at
Pickens C. rl., Quarter ending 30th
September, which if not taken out
within three months will be sent to
the Post Ollice Department as dead
Elisha Alexander; Daguarean Artist;
Anna Calhoun or Watson Collins;
J. C. Clayton;
Blight Gilstrap; F. Garviri.
John Holed n John Hard; James
Holdcn; Mis. Mary A. Hunnioutt:
W. T. Holland, 2; John Hudson sr;
J. C. Hughes.
i\r r ?
>v m. jonnson.
James Keith jr.
Dr. Thomas Leo; James II. Lesley;
John Mongould; James McGuffin;
David McLellan; Robt. Maxwell jr.
O. W. Norris.
Ir. W. Pickens; David Presley.
Miss\MargretRogers; W. R. Rice; |
J. Iv Koach '2; Caleb Robertson; L.
Stephen Smith; WW Sisemorc;
Jerry, or Jeremiah Satterfield.
J. V. Trimmior; Epps Williams;
James Youngblood; J. Young; T. A.
E. E. ALEXANDER. P. M.
~ JAMES^ GEOK G E,
Unow receiving a great rariety of the
* /? -%-! t * -
KiLcavuuu mcjsi i<i>*nioimi)ie
For Gents Spring and Summertvear.
Among Ins assoilemcnt may be found
h variety of
Brondelothcs, Ac CaslmcrcH;
Drab d'Ete, Satinet*;
Plain and Kancy.
A handsome assortment of Readymade
Clothing, all of which ho will dispose
of cheap for cash.
Gome and examine for to ir?r?lv#?.? h?.
for# purchasingclsc where.
BY His Excellency, Whitemto ih
B. Scabrook, Governor and
Commander-in-Chief in and over the
State of South Carolina:
Whereas, it is the duty of every religious
community to acknowledge
at stated periods, their dependency
on Almignty God, to express their
gratitude for past mercies, and
humbly to implore His blessing for
AW, therefore, I, Whitemarsh B.
Seabrook, Governor of Soulh Caroolina,
vlo hereby recommend to the
people of the State, to observe the
Fourth Thursday in October next,
as a day of thanksgiving, humiliation
and prayer, and io assemble at their
respective places of worship' to offer
up their devotions tothjvt,- Being, who
has assigned us a home rich in the
i . . ..al. .1 * *
ut.'si miuN ui inc earm, ana distinguished
for the excellence of its religious,
political, social and civil institutions.
Giyen under my hand, and the Seal
of the State, at Columbia, this twenty
third day of September, in the
year of ourXord one housand eight
hundfedmd fifty, and thin seventyfifth
year of American independenceWlllTKMARSH
B. K. Ilenegan, Secretary ofStele.
O^TEvery paper in the Stato. will
CITATION. - j
F N Garvin having applied to me for
letters of Administration on the Estate
of Bcnj. Chapman late of Pickens
District dee d. The kindred and
creditors are cited to appear before
me on the 7th Oct. to snow cause if
any they can why t)ie said letters
should not be granted.
Given under mv hnnd and seal 93
September 1850. "
W. I). STEELE O. P. D.
l? at rim."
rF^THOSEAvho wish Bureaus and
JL bedsteads,?jan get them on reasonable
terms by applying to ^
Pickens C. II., S.C,
?vili urc aumorisca lo an- j
nounce Capt. John Geviun as a candidate
for Sheriff of Pickens District
at the ensuing election.
AW We aro authorized to announce
Maj. J. \V. Makrison as a Candidate for
re-election to the Legislature, at the next
JC5T XIlC friends of J. B. SovrnKnland,
Esq., beg leave to announce him
? lij.i. i* - -1 A% yr ?
u? uiuiuuiaiu iur 1110 legislature at llie
/arWc are authorized to announce 1
Col. John A. Easlkit, Jun., as a Candidate
for the Legislature, at the next election.
^'Wc are authorised to announce
Maj. J. T. White firld as a Candidate for
re-election to the Legislature at the next
jtarlV c arc authorized to announce
Mnj. E. Alexander ns a Candidate for
re-election to the Legislature, at the next
jCsrWe nro authorized to announce
Gen. F. N. Gauvin as a Candidate for
he Legislature, at tho noxt eloction.
JBT'THE friends of the Hon. A. Evinb
announce him as a candidate for reelection
to represent <the people of Pendleton
District, in the State Senate.
JISrTltC friends of Col. 1'.. IIaoocd
respectfully announce him ac a candidate
to represent the people of Pendleton District
in the State Senate.
jjywe nrc authorised to announce
J. P. IIkkd, as a Candidate for re-olection
to the Legislature at the next election.
- - t ' -i - ' * -
tsft tilc friends of Ool. T. J. Piukkns
announce him a Candidate to represent
this Ekction District in the State Senate.
tar Wc are authorised to announce
William Hunteh as a Candidate for r?.
election to the Legislature, i\t the next
OCT WE arc authorised to annouce
if. ! t tv n "
itaiij. j. u? ocott as a candidate ior
the Legislature at the ensuing election.
OCrVVE are authorised to announce
Capt. Rojjert Craig as a
Candidate for the Legislature at the
OCT WE are authorised to announce
Tiiomas Cunningham as a
Candidate for the Legislature at the
bt vintuk or whits or fikri rxciAi to
me oikbctkd. >'
Will be sold before the Court-house
in Pickens District, within the legal
honrs, on the first Monday and Tuesday
in October next:
OAA A KES Land more or
jL\j\j j\. less, lying on Cane
Creek, adjoining lands of Jno. Evans
and others le. ied on ns the property
John A. Evans at the* suit of John
~t i A A CRES Land on the wat
JLAv/ A era of Saluda River,
adjoining lands of Edley Jones, Joel
Jones and others, levied on as .the
property of Joint B. Hendricks athesuit
of F. E. Beattie.
Purchasers to pay for titles.
J. A. DOYLE, s. p. p.
RJII (J I III U UU1U*P I* ? " * v V^' . - ' I
Sept 12th, 1850 \
RANA?/AY from the sulwcriber,
at Kingston, Cass co,? Georgia, 1
a negro man nam^i ChJPIT. Has i
a wain over his left eye, inclined to ;
be gray, about 45 years old?of rather
a brown complexion. I bought '
the boy of Geo. Uarvin, of Pickens
Dis t. S. C? fnnd formerly belonged
to gmo o( Lynches, of that District :
for the delivery of said boy to Jacob
gurrfc Eeq, near Anderson C. It, |
John Cobb, Ap i
plicant vs James > In the Court of
Cobb et al. def,ts. N Ordinary.
Whereas there nas been deposited
in the Ord n iry's Office of said District
a paper purporting to be the last
o?,l * " .
ftiii uuvi icaiuillClll U1 JUOUCI'l V/OIH), I
deceased, the applicant aforesaid
having filed his petition requiring the
same to be proved in due ai d solemn
form of law, and having been
shown to my satisfaction that Jas.
Cobb, one of the heirs at law of the
said deceased, resides without the
limits of this State,?it is therefore ordered
and decreed that he do appear
at the Court of Ordinary for said
District, to be held at Pickens C. II.,
on the 8th day of November next,
to show cause if he can why the
said will should not be prove d in due ,
and solemn form of iuw, and entorrd
on record, or his consent to (he same
will be taken j>ro confcaso as to him.
Given under my hand and seal ;
August 5th, 1850.
w. d. steele, o. p. 1).
RO IDS ! ROADS!
Application win be made to
the legislature at itf: next ses 1
sion, for the appointment of Com-'
missioners to alter the following;
From Pickens C. IT., to intersect
the Keow e Turnpike Road at its
l?Vr?.v? n tt f -i,
? >viii m. imi/no v it- i?j vjreenviiie
From Pickens C. H. to Hagood's
From Pickens C. H. to Eastatoc.
From Carter Claytons* to 12 Mile
And from Pickens C. H. to W. II.
Aug. 30, 1850. 15 3m
IK THE COMMON PLEAS.
Allen Keith, assignee, 1 Dec. in Attach
vs. V Perry & Keith,
Joel M. Keith. ) Pitt's Att'vs.
The Plaintiff hating this day filed his
Declaration in my office, and the Defendant
having no Wife, nor Attorney,
known to be in this State on whom a co
py of this Declaration may l<c served.
On motion of Plaintiff's Attorney,
It is Ordered, That the Defendant do
appearand plead or demur to the said
Declaration, within one year and a day
from this date, or judgment will entered
W. L. KEITII, c. c=. p.
Clerk's Office, )
January 1, 1850. J 33-ly
THE 8ubscriboi"H have commenced the
publication'of a New Weekly i'aperfor
f?m;i;?<? ?,:?u ? ?:.i~ .....i...
<<<IUMIMII n ivii mi; nuuic iiiiv, uuucr inu entire
control of T. S. Arthur, who will con
centrate upon it all, or nearly nil, of his literary
labors. The design of this paper is
clcarly expressed in the title?"Home Gazette.!
It will be, emphatically a paper
for tho home circle?a household companion?a
pleasant firesido friend, coming to
nil with a cheerful countenance, and seeking,
whilo it imparts instruction, to entertain
and interest all clfisscs of readers. A
leading feature of tho "Home Gazette" will
bo a series of Original Nouvelettes by the
Editor, who will furnish somo four or five
r\Jn f ticao r\f llfn " ? ** ' ?
Ji/?v ?u? va VI WVI11\..^VIV/ ;?!< > Ul IHVII 111 1J1S
style, for every volume. Tho "Homo Gar.etto"
will be the orgnn of no party nor
sect; nor will it be tho exponent of any of
the ijMCi of tho day. But it will faithfully
advocate the right, and seek, by every
means, to widen the r.irclo of human happiness.
Honestly will the editor teach the
truth, as he has cvordonc in his writing?,
for the Hake of good to his fellow men. But
in doing this, he will avoid unnecessary
harshness and causeless oflonce, and keep
his journal free from stain of wounding per
sonmiiy. no win opposo wnat is laise
And evil, us one of hia social duties; but
while doing' so, will use no sharper languago
than its rebuke and correction may require.
Tho "fftfme Ghetto" will ho elegantly
printed, on fine whito papf-r, witli large
cleat faced typo, that may be read by
young -ind old without Injury to the eyes.
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Ten 15 00
Fourteen 20 00
Where a club of six, ten, or fourteen
copies are sent, nn extra copy
will be furnished to the postmaster,
or 6tl"er person who makes up the
club. One copy of either Godey's
Lady's Book, Graham's Magazine,
r>r Sartain's Magazine, will be sent |
for four daliars. All letters must be
m paid. Money that is current at
the place where the subscription is
made, will be taken in payment for
Address* T. S. Arthur &. Cl*
No. 5 Athenian Buildings, Franklin
Pfac?, Philadelphia, . i' ;
'I'hfl fri^n/ls nf C.r\t I aim wo T
v ,w ^-?a win?- vni*irin j4
Orr announce him n Candidate for
P8H||wBHrcpresent this Congressional
District, kt tha ensuing
"THE SOU'MEUN PjlESB.""
Arc association of sixty-throo Mt micro o
Congress, Senators mul lU-provcmutivos, l.avo
constituted the u ndersigned 11 committee to
euperiutend the establishment of ? Southern
Press nt Washington City, to bo dovotod to the '
exposition und defence of Southern rights un<lj
institutions?the dissemination of correct in- I
formation ns to Northern policy, and tho course |
of political k!i:!!!'s generally, without rufviencv i
to tlie old party lines of \Y hig and Democrat.
Arrangements arc now in progress,promptly to
ensure tho issno < f such n pnper under the
"THE SOUTHERN PRESS,"
'or the conduct of which, suitable Editor* have
niiinnni<l Jl i I r
n nu ? ill il l* U I CIH'I \ C till' U1U UI
number ot eminent mid able contiibut< is.
There will be both a tri-wcekly and a weekly I
issue?tho hitter to evnlaiu substantially the >j
same mutter as tlte foiinc, nnd intended to
reaeli those points of tho country whoso mail
facilities are limited.
A Daily issue will be added hereafter,should '
it bo deemed advisable or necc?*ary by the i
press ami people oft be Southern Status.
Tho paper will not be exchuively political?
but will embrace on its lioad sheet the genet al
news of the day, domestic and foreign, by
mail and telegraph; commercial and agricultural
and literary pieces; criticisms, original essays,
literary and miscellaneous; and, in short,
all those Hon.of general ihtcicsl, the collec- j
ted aggregate of which c? listiu t< f the intcres- | j
titlir and Vtlltl:?bl< Nrvivonnr fir.... t 1
will betaken t< give frlliuuf correct Report of '
the Proceedings And Delates in both Houses t
of Congress; as well us the actii n of the loca
Legislatures on the Southern quest'on.
A limited number only of Advertisements
will be received*?themain object being tolurni-li
a large amount of reading matter.
The paper w ill be printed on n sheet equal
in sizo to those of the other "Washing!* n papers
and the material will bo procured especially '
for the purpose, i
It is confidently hoped that ever ytruo
friend to the South will a id in procuring sub-i
Cribei'S. anil forwnril ?li<> ...ill. ?l.~ !
amount subscribed, to some Southern Representative)
nt Washington, forthwith.
Postmasters are authorized by law to remit 1
subscriptions free of poslnge.
T E I'. MS:
For Tri-weekly during the Session of Congress
and Semi-\vecl:ly during tlie rcccrs, the price
will be, per nnnum - - ?6 00 !
Weekly paper 00 i
The p rice of subscription must bo paid invarably
in advance, and the cash accompany the
A persons procuring ten names shall been- !
titled tore oivo a copv gratis for one vear.
A. P. JiU T
u vi kjiv O U i\ JII UJiTUJS , I!
R. TOOMBS ,
Qy"Eittloi*nii(l putters friendly to the cn
erprize will plenne punlich this Pronpecttia '
which will entitle them to an exchange with
the newiw ?pcr.
[k. L. JKFKKRS,] [-rr. 8. 00TIIRAN.]
[*. J. BUCKMAMTBR.J
Coiumisnioii Iff e roll a nils. j
Market-Street, IIambuko, 8: C.?Waterproof
Mclntosh-Strest, Augusta, Oa.?Fireproof.
Take this method of informing their
friends and tilt public generally, that
they still continue the Warehouse and
Pni lUltotno ,1':- ?1 -
Muomvsn in nils |)IitCC ail(l ! '
Augusta, (In., where they offer their ser- |
vices to Receive, Store or sell Cotton,
Fi.our, Bacon, <Sre., Receive and Fortard
merchandise, ijljy goods, for
Planters or Merchants. ( j
Their Warehouse in Augusta is on
Mclntosh-strcet, in the centre of the Cottor
j'neir Warehouse in this place is safe from
water and isolated, therefore not
exposed to file.
As they will he constantly at their
post, and promoting the interests of their
friends (which they are aware will add to |
their own.) They solicit and hope to
mcritand receive a full share of that liberal
patronage heretofore bestowed, and c
for which they now return thanks. a
Liberal cash advances will be made ^
when required, on any produce in store (
JEFFERS, COTllRAN & Co.
Hamburg, Sept. 1st, 1840. 18 j
First Brigade, S C Militia.
ORDER, NO. >
Tho following Regiments will pa- j
rade for Review, Drill and Inspec- j _
lion at the times and places follow- i T
The 3d Regiment of Infantry at
Toney's old field on Monday 7th Oc- l
The 1st Regiment of Infantry at c
Bruton s on Ttiestl iy the 8th Octo- n
The 5th Regiment of Infantry at
Hunter's on AVcdncsday the 9th October
The 2nd Regiment of Infantry at
Hall's op Thursday the 10th of Oc-1
Tilf> 42nd T?nnrii?f?nt r?f Tiifnntrv til I
Webb's, on Friday the 11th of October
The 4th Regiment of Infantry at
Wayne's, on Saturday the 12th October
The commissioned and non-com- 11
missioned officers will assemble the
day previous at their respective pa- j
rade grounds (except the 3rd Regiment
at Toney's; they will assemble
on Saturday the 5th October,) for
drill and instruction. A Return of all a
hioTt^rrimonta mii.vf ftp. hn/1 nfri t lu>. rl/tn 1 "
By order of F. N. Garvin, J;
Brig. Gen. 1st Brig. SCM
J. W. HARlHSONTBrig. Mnj. a]
Aug 29, 16~6t
f. )T/jo- t.. 4. iu d
C^rWE aro authorised to an- "
nounce Col. A? Brice avs a Candb s,
date for the Legislature at the ensuing
? - tlljc PICKG^
The exorcises of this institution wil
commence on the first Tuesday |n June
next under ilie thargo of He v. William
McWhorter, late of Krskine College.
By order of the Trustees.
"S. R. McPALL, Pres't B. of T.
13. M. KEITH, Scc'rj
1 4t oPA
1VV.1 A AVt A *> r*n ?? * *
Oiiaui.kston, MnrCli 28.
In pursuance of n reccn uicrd-(it n of
llic Legislature, in relation to 11;?- diVfril ulion
of only repaired viimp, the MililiOffieers
interested, are hereby ratified
that us all the Rifle9 belonging to the
State are new, no guns of that dererj a
lion shall in future be ibsued fr< iu tie Arsenals.
By order of the Ooninmnder-in-Chi
R. T. WATT, Q. M G.
A pril 12 3
Thoso indebted to (ho suliscrloer cnn
Javo cost by calling and settling tluiv
note? and accounts as longer inilulgcnco
cannot be gi\ cn.
Jan. 5, 'r>0
HE A D QUARTERS.
CiiAiu.r.STON, Fun. 27, 1850
f (! EX ERA /, ORDERS NO.? }
CIRCITMTANOES demanding (lintt1>e
Governor should be officially acquainted
with (he effective force of (lie $tBte, nmd
the number of alarm men?the Brigadier
Generals rtro hereby directed forthwith' to
make returns.of their commands, to the
Adjutant and Inspector General nt CamJen.
A failure in r'^pondinp* promptly to
this order, will not I overlooked, and. tho
newspaper publications will be regarded ug
By order of the Commander in-Chio
J. W. CANTJiY, Adjutant and In
If 1 A
miivcn u, 42 lm.
SOXS OF TKMPEllAXCE
PICKENS DIVISION, NO 21.
Mcmbors of this Division are requested
to meet hereafter on Saturday at 4
i'clock, P. M
M. M. NORTON, 7?. S.
All persons having demands ngalhst
I lie Estate of Nancy Ferguson late of
Pickens District dee'd must hand tlietn in
I ll_- - - - * * ~ "
t'jr.iiiy nucstca, ana these indebted will
J. G. FERGUSON.Exec'r
May 00, I860.
i.rk r*RRr.] [*. m. KEirit.
PERRY & KEITIJ,
Attorney* at I^aw.
Will Practice in the Courts of Lavr and
I ,'iity for Pickens District.
Office, Pickens C. II., S. C.
October 1, 1849. UfJ
NEW AND FASHIONABLE
SPKINCi ANI> SUMMER
The subscribers arc now receiving nnd
ipening large assortments of tbe newest
nd most fashionable Spring nnd 5iimmef
JOODS, together with Domestics and
Iroccries of all kinds, all of which they
?ill dlSnOSe Of On t.hfi mnsf
enns for cash.
Call and examine before you purchase
ALEXANDER & BARTON, at Picknsville
S. c.; ALEXANDER dc NEVIL,
t West Union S. C.
v2 h 1 tf 1850
Charleston, July 11, 1850.
UNTIL the 1st of October next,
all communications for lh*>. F.v
cutivo mufcf, be addressed to him,
By order of the (Governor.
B. T. WATTS, Sec'ry.
David Lesly nnd wife, Applicants^
Wm? McWhorter and wife, and
Whereas it. annears, to the Ordi
my of said District, that Mathaw
wylc, Henry Kyle and some of the
hildren df Jfcsi Kyle, deceased, vs.
ames Kyle and Hunter Kyle, the
hildren of Johr, Lttftghtin and Wm.
kylu, deceased, (names not I nown,)
nd (he heirs of j'Catharire Kyle,
fidow of Robert Kyle, deceased,
lames not known) parties, defennnts,
reside without the li?vsits af"
lis State: It is therefore Ordered
nd Decreed that they do appear arid
bject to the Part il ion of the I&nds
ascribed in the Petition in this cise, V
nor before the 1st Monday in Be
fcmber, 185a tlmir consent lb the
ime will b*? stored of record.
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