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able to storm it. It is said there are six thousand
troops there, and that their officers are
all English and French, and I suppose they
are well supplied with ammunition and arms.
There were two French vessels run tho
blockade a few days since with eleven hundred
tuns of powder, and five thousand stand
Scott has decided that Col. Wimcooi',
of Pennsylvania, out ranks Butlek, and
that their commission bear date from the time
of mustering into the service.
The Newberry company arrived here
three days ago. Some four or five of our
men came on with them those ^vho were
left at Hamburg sick. Our company were
just taking the mumps when I left?every !
man in the company have had them, except
about ten. Lieut. Robkiits, is able to be !
about again. Wc will be very much crow- j
ir ry i
ww vii VUA WO.JT l.u V UiU. V^I UZi live UU1I1JKI- !
nics on a ship,
I did not sec much of the country while i
at Tampico. The town is situated six miles
from the mouth of the river at tho junction
of the Panuco and Tula river. Lieut. Mobagne
and myself hired a couple of mustangs
and rode out one evening about three
miles. The land is the richest I ever saw, j
but not an acre of it in cultivation as far as '
we went. The houses in town arc neat and :
comfortable, and many of them finished off"
with taste. The streets are all paved with
stnnn. The nrnnrl Plaio 10 n1>n?t "I ;
www MV JL 4U-<iU< AO UMUUb 1UU
yards square, paved with stone, and in i
the centre the foundation of a splendid moil- j
ument to Santa Anna, with a pole near a !
hundred feet high standing in the centre of it !
?the Star Spangled Banner waving triumphantly
from the top of it; and every evening
about dark it would almost bring tears
from your eyes to hear the band?the best I ,
ever heard?encircled round the standard '
playing some national air: for instance, j
"The Star Spangle Banner." The Georgia j
and Baltimore Regiments will be stationed
at Tampico. The Louisianans have left i
here, and will join Gen. Taylor at Monte- 1
rcy. There was a Texan Ranger on the j
brig that brought us from Tampico?was !
the battle of Monte*"- ^ and says that the :
Baltimore Regimem did not behave so well j
?in fact he says they actually run?that I
they got into a coal-nit. and could not be got '
outofit?that Col. Watson,seeing them behave
so badly, threw his life away, determined
not to survive the disgrace of his Re- :
The New York Regiment is here, and I
believe they are the finest Regiment of volunteers
at this place?arc splendidly uni- :
formed, but not by any means well drilled. |
Our Regiment, I think, is the best drilled of'
any here; but their not being in uniform
prevents them from making a respectable i
appearance. General Scott seems to be j
familiar with every nook and corner of Vc- !
ra Cruz, and has the plan of attack marked !
out in all its minutia. He seems a little '
apprehensive that a peace will be negotiated
before he has gained sufficient laurels. If j
we succeed well at Vera Cruz, you will per- ;
haps hear of us on the march for the city of j
Mexico. Continue to write as often as j
heretofore and we will not complain. The j
most of the news we get from Abbeville, is 1
a! 1. I
Yours &c., adieu. M. H. W.
. Isle of Llbos, Feb. 26,1847.
The troops on this Island are embarking
preparatory to their advance to Vera Cruz. ;
Five companies of our Regiment are now !
on board the ship Alhambra, and the remaining
five will embark to-morrow on j
board the Oregon. In twelve hours we can
reach the Island San Anton Lizardo, which
is only a few miles south of Vera Cruz. It
It is now reduced to a certainty, that we
bre to have warm times about that same
v erauruz. In less than two weeks that town
and castle is to be ours, or we aro to fall in
the attempt which we make to gain it We
are to.attack the city under Gen. Scott,
and. Gen. Worth, is to lead the Regiment
on the right. The Palmetto Regiment is
to occupy the post on the v left, and is to
stottna battery which will bear upon us.
The fight willJae opened by the Artillery,
the Infantry sustaining theft. The fight
before Vera Cruz will be the most important
of the. whole campaign. You will
hardly imagine what my feelings are. Here
t in four or fire days td tict a part in a
moat bloody battle, and still J seldom think
of what the ccttisequencea may be. 1 pat>
take(>f tjie ih^iiffe*ence arouttdroe?I long
I think 1 can say with safety, with the
material we have here we will make the
city of Vera Cruz a warm spot. As for
our own company, I am sure they will all
do their duty nobly. The battle however,
will come off at an unfortunate time for us.
Since^our arrival here I think every man
but about 12 have had the mumps,most of
them severely ; they are now just recovering
Vlllt np??r m i n H ntn null **
JVV.V MWf V* IIIUIU *VV/ Will tl LJUUU
account of ourselves to the Mexicans about
The camp at night presents a scene I
know not how to describe. You can see all
kinds of fun, and hear all kinds of noises.
We have not a dog in our Regiment, and,,
yet you would imagine, that half a dozen
little fellows were barking around you. In
one part of the camp is a group of jolly
fellows?they are telling some good "ones."
They are now laughing at a joke upon a
Mississippi hoosicr who was sentinel, and as
the grand round approached, cried out,?
Wal, hallow stranger, whose there,"?answer?"
Grand round"?reply?" Oh, the
d?1, thought it was relief-guard, so I did."
T ?nnnA? ? ? r?.u- ? -r .1
a vl.iii.ui uiigtwt 'ur iiiu uuui 01 me siory.
In another part of the camp is a fellow
setting by himself singing " Poor Mary
Blane." Off there is a splendid band playing
the "Star Spangled Banner,"?and here
is a group singing "Home, sweet home!"
There files by the relief guard under the
command of a Corporal?Flute,Fife,Violin,
Clarionet, &c. &c., all may be heard at
the same moment. I often sit before my
tent at night for hours looking on the merO
ry scenes before mc.
Some I may say, many of the volunteers
are tired of soldiering, and if they once get
home, you will not get them into it again.
Some men seemed to have volunteered with
out once areaming ot ever having a single
hardship. I was struck with a remark
which was made a few days ago, by a very
cleaver fellow. He had been walking his
post as sentinel for about two hours in the
hot sun, the warmest day I ever felt. I overheard
his solilliquy.?" Wheuh ! well, pa
Iriolism has been iny ruin sure,?Well if
ever 1 get home again, I will never do another
voluntary act; and as for crossing water,
I will never even cross a mill pond
again, darned if I do!" To have seen the j
fellow?his earnest manner?the hot sun, j
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uu iuK.ua logemer maue a ricn scene.
To-day I witnessed one of the most im- j
posing scene I have ever seen any where, i
It was the New York Regiment swearing
to protect their flag. When the Regiment
left New York, they were presented with
two flags; one with the arms of New York,
the other with the arms of the U. States.
The Regiment was paraded and the colors
escorted to the centre. The officers
assembled around them in a group, and
raised their hands and took a solemn oath,
never to desert those flags. The scene Was
both solemn and imposing. The soldiers
sanctioned the acts of their officers by their
huzzas. The New York Regiment is a
fine one?the officers arp. nnnr flnl Run- I
net's wife is now with him here and expects
to accompany him throughout the war.
She was out on the parade ground todayHer
little daughter, about ten years old> is
with her. There is a woman for you.
Amid all the gaity and life of camp, we
have often solemn visitations. Hardly a
day has elapsed since our arrival here, but
the muffled drum in some pari of the Island,
has not warned us that the soldier
must die! even when not on the battle field.
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vvciiuvu uuiutsu iwu lrum uur negimeni,
one yesterday from the Fairfield company,
the other to-day from the Sumpter company.
Poor fellows, their bones will rest in
a lonely spot, but it little disturbs them now
The Mississippi Regiment left here a
few days ago for Brazog ; they have been
very unfortunate. They have burried
more than one hundred! men since they
left their homes. They were quite dejected.
The ftight they were in port previous to
sailing from here to Br&zos one man died,
who tliey sent to us with the request that
we would burry him With the honoris of
W LIB ?wo U1U 9U.
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The Planet Mercury.?Copernicus,
says Capt. Smith in bis Celestial Cycle, is
not the only astronomer who never saw
If any of our readrre wish to be " better
off^than Copernicus, they must look in the
western sky about three qnarters of an hour
after sunset, from the garret window of a
bouse or other places commanding a tolerable,
horizon; they Will then see Ventis
almost due west* and some distance below
Venus iten diagonal line from her inclining
to the right; they will *ee Mercury brightly
twinkling near th'e horizon.?N. Y. Gazette,
TytTokcE against St. JpiNB Uuwa.?
Tfce whole nui^r of eUr ntfal
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force presents against this formidable Castle,
is stated to be 305. Bnt our guns can
throw shells half a mile farther than any
guns can in the Castle. The Castle cost
forty millions of dollars to erect it. Its walls
are from 12 to 20 feet thick. It contains
seven cisterns, supplying 98,707 cubic feet
of water. In 1838, it was defended by
*77 pieces, of different calibre. It is intended
Ice at the North.?Lake Erie is completely
frozen over. A man last week,
travelled with horse and sleigh over the ice
from Buffalo to Cleaveland, a distance of
two hundred miles.
For Tax Collector.
The Friends of JOSEPH S. D. WETHERALL,
announce him as a Candidate for
TAX COLLECTOR, at the ensuing election.
The friends of the Rev. J AS. MOORE
respectfully announce him as a candidate for
the office of Tax Collector at the ensuing
The Friends of W S. HARRIS, announce
hiin as a candidate for re-rloetion to t.hr? nffirn
of TAX COLLECTOR, at the ensuing
We are authorised to announce JOHN
CUNNINGHAM, as a candidate for TAX
COLLECTOR, at the next election.
The friends of EZEKIEL TRIBLE
announce him as a candidate for the office of
Tax Collector at the ensuing election.
We are authorized to announce T. T.
CUNNINGHAM as a candidate for Tax
Collector at the ensuing election.
From the subscriber on Monday
/gjW? tho 15th inst., a BLACK HORSE,
ffe blind in tho right eye. The fiaid horso
when he left, had on a saddle and doubled reined bridle.
Any ]?orson giving me information of said horeo
will co nfer a favor, or by delivering him to me at i
Mr. Roche's Hotel ahall bo liberally rewarded.
March 22. 4 tf
The young Jack Bill.
The subscriber respectfully offers to his friends and
tho public generally, the services of his excellent
YOUNG JACK BILL the present season.
He was sired by an imported Malta Jack 14
hands 3 inches high, and came out of a large Jennet,
14 hands and a half high. Bill was four years
old last September, and is row 14 hands high having
two inches and a half according to his height,
yet to grow; he is black and remarkably well for- !
He will stand at $ 1 the leap, $6 the season, and ;
$9 to insure. Any person putting two or more |
mares, can have them insured at $8 each. The j
same terms are offered to companies of five marcs
provided one person of the company becomes responsible
for all. The transfer of any mare, after
putting her to tho Jack wdl not exempt tho owner
from the published terms. Twenty-five cents to
the. Groom wil! be required in each case.
x no ioup una wuawjn money win uo auc at tilo I
end of the season, which will be the 15th of June,
and the insurance money, us soon as it is ascertain*
ed that the mare is with foal.
The Jack commenccs the season on Monday tho
15th of March : at Cambridge on Wednesday the
17th ; and, at Wm. Wardlaw's near New Market,
on Friday the 19tli, and will visit the stends every
9th day (Sundays excepted.)
March 1847. J. McCRACKEN.
March 17 3 4\v
Dr. C. H. KINGSMORE,
Having made arrangemenis to locate in the
Village of Due West* would respectfully offer
his services as Physician} to the citizens of the
Village and adjacent country.?Office at Mr.
A K Pattons.
Due West, Feb. 16. 51 tf
Notice to Creditors.
Estate of John Glascow deceased.
All persons indebted to the Estate of John
Glascow dee'd, are requested to make imme
? ?. 1 -'? ?
uioh; paymuui i uuu, inose n&ving ucmauus,
will present them properly attested, by the first
of March, as it is desirous that the Estate
should be settled by that time.
Feb. 17. 51 tin R. A. MARTIN, Ex'or.
Noticc lo Creditors.
Notice is hereby given to the creditors and.
debtors of the Estate of Landy G. Shoemaker
dec'd, to present their demands, and make
payment to the admimstiator, as the assets of
the Estnte will be entirely insufficient to pay
all. The estate will be closed in Ordinary, on
the 8th ot April 1847, or before.
Jan 8 46 tf J G. CANNON, Adm'r.
Notice to absent Legatees*
The children of Margarett Brown dec'd. Legatees
of Samuel Miller dec'd, are notified,
that their legacy in money, is ready for them,
and deposited with the Ordinary of Abbeville
District So. Ca. A. H. MILLER* E'or.
Jan 27, 1847. 49 Im3m
Notice in Equity.
Guardians and Trustees, who ure liable to ac1
count to the Commissioner in Equity, for
Abbeville District, will hereby take Notice,
that they are required to make their returns on
or before the first day of March net; and that
all defaulters will be dcolt with according to
Law. H A JONES, Com. Eq'y.
Abbeville C. H.} Jan. 2 1847. 45 tf
1 would refer nly friends and Clients to John H.
Wilson Esq., with whom I hfcvfe left my whole business,
and who, daring my absence, will give *11
necsas&ry information and assistance to those who
have hitherto given, or who may hereafter be desirous
of extending to me their patronage and en,rn
a ^afrlt -a a.
vuutaiioiiiuib JUIlil Jt>. 11UKAW1I!i>
Doc. 30,1946. 44 tf
Lost on the rbad leading from Alexander tiun.
ter Esq.. (0 Samuel Hill's, a POCKET
BOOK, containing ONE HUNDRED AND
TEN DOLtiARS, and some cents, also pun.
'.'.>..'. 3 '
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R. II. & W. A. Wardlaw
Respectfully invito the attention of purchasers to
thoir stock of
Spring and Summer Goods,
now on hund, which huvo been bought for Gash,
und selected with great care, and aro now offered
un mo iiiuai accommodating terms.
Their stock comprises most that is desirable in tho
various branches of their business, consisting in
part of tho following:
Rich printed Jaconets, do do Lawns and Cambrics,
Do colored fig'd Barreges,
Scotch and muslin Ginghams,
Whito and colored Embroidered muslin Robes, a
beautiful article for evening dresses,
Black Barreges, do Satin striped Marquesans,
Do Ginghams and Lawns,
Rich French worked muslin Collars and Chimiscttes,
Do embroidered muslin Scarfs,
Fine and super English Long Cloths 4-4, G-4,
10-4, 12-4 brown and bl'chcd Sheetings,
12 4-4 Irish Linen Sheetings,
A Fine Stock of Diapers,
Biolleys super Broad Cloths
Super black French Cassimero,
Do do do Doeskin,
Drap. D'Ete, French and English plain and fancy
marseiles, silks and satin Vestings,
A fine lot stuffs for boys and servants wear,
Fur, Wool, Panama, Leghorn and Palm llats.
Boots and Shoes.
Gents super calf Boots, do kip peg'd Boots, .1
Ladies white, colored and black kid Slippers,
Carolina, Elwells and Blades Hoed,
Collins' pat. Axes, do Broad Axes,
Cast and German Steel, single and donblo barrel
Augers, Chisels, Saws, drawing Knives, mill and
cross-cut Saws, &,c. &-c.
A complete stock of school Books,?beautiful
copies in calf and gilt of Byron ; Milton, Rogers,
Cambcll, Young, Hcmans, Shakspeare &c.
Josephvis' works, D'Aubigne's history Reformation,
Mediation's Gardner, and many miscellaneous works.
A handsome lot of Jewelry,
Crockery, Saddler y, Groceries.
March 17th, 1847. 8 tf
New Store aiul Cheap Goods.
The undersigned have associated themsolves together,
under tho Firm of IIILL & ALLEN, for the
purpose of selling goods at Abbeville C. II., at tho
lower end of Mrs. Allen's Hotel.
TllftV fllltloP llipmoolirnu ?! ..? 1-1-J i
J uiui muj CLIO UUUUIUU IU
Bell as cheap at least as tho other Stores in
tho Village, and respectfully solicit a share of public
patronage. Their stock embraces
Dry Goods, Hardware, Crockery and Glass
ware?Saddlery, Boots and Shoes, Hats,
Caps, Bonnets Groceries. &c. <5fc.
JAMES A. ALLEN.
Abbeville C. 71., Feb. 27, 1847. 1 tf
The Copartnership heretoforo existing of McBRYDE
& POSEY, is this day dissolved by its
own limitation. Thoso indebted will make payment
to either of tho subscribers at the old stand.
ADDISON F. POSEY
Abbeville C. IL, March 1, 1847.
BT Tho business will bo continued by tho undersigned
(at tho old stand) who solicit the patronage
so liberally bestowed on the lato Firm.
BENJAMIN V. POSEY.
Abbcvilio C. IL, March 1, 1847. 1 tf
For sale. Apply at this Office.
March 10 2 tf
Est ale of Jesse Calvert deceased.
Notice is hereby given to the Creditors and Distributees
of Jesse Calvert dee'd, among whom Hugh
Hv Calvert, Wm. Leak and Elizabeth hit).wife, and
Jesse Calvert, rosido without tho limits of this State
that on or before tho first Saturday of June next, a
settlement of tho same will be made in tho Ordinary's
Office ; and that after tho time specified, the
Administrator Will not hold himself responsible for
interest on shares duo the Distributees on debts.
March C, 1817. WM. SMITH, Adm'r.
March 10. 2 3m
Attention McDuffie Rifle Guards.
You will appear at Deadfall on the first Saturday
in April next, Armed and equipped for
inspection and drill.
By order of J. N. COCHRAN,Lt. Com.
March 17 3 tf
Abbeville Sheriff* Sales*
By virtue of sundry Writs of FiRtE Facias,
to me directed, will be sold at Abbeville
Court Houro on the first Monday in April
1 Tract of land in the district aforesaid,
bounded by the Hon. D. L. Wardlaw, Little
Rivef, T1 P Huger, W H McCaw* and Edniond
Tilman, containing 1583$ acres more
or less. This land will be sold in four separate
tracts, to be designated on day of sale,
sold on the following term : One third cash,
the balance in two equal atlnual instalments,
with interest from the date, payable annually.
Good security and a mortgage of the premises
(if required) for the purchase money. Levied
on as the property of W C Smith, at the
suit of Henry Cuttino and others.
200 Acres more or lessj bounded by
Abram Haddon, John Stevenson and others,
, ; l .1 ... f i*r rS T? -
icvicu uii as iiic piuuenv ui TV o noueruon,
at the suit of E & J W Agncw, admr., and
Terms Cash. A. C. HAWTHORN,Sheriff:
1 Sheriff's Office, Abb. C. H., March 11th, 1847.
March 17 Stud
H. A Jones Com'r, vi. John GaUaugkert
P. C. McOtoeni
In the Common Pleas, the notice having ex*?
pi red in this case# and the Defendant hot bav
ving paid the debt and costs* The mortgaged
premises, now in possession of John Gollaugherf
referred to intbe order of fore&ittsttf9?"
will be sold on 1st Monday in April tiefct, oh
a credit of six months, pursuant to the said'
'Six m HAWTH^KN. Steiff.
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bo sold in Pickens District, at;the Into residence
of Daily Barton Esq., dee'd, on the 23d day
of March, inst., and days following THIRTYTHREE
LIKELY NEGROES, consisting of
men, women, boys and girls; ono a good Blacksmith
and one a Miller. 10,000 lbs. Bacon,
500 llw. Lard, 100 head of Hogs, 10 Horses,
75 head of Cattle, 6 stall-fed Boevcs, 2 yoke of
Oxen, 30 Sheep, 1500 bushels of Corn, 10,000
bundles Fodder, 300 dozen Oats, 40 bushels Peas, V
50 bushels Rye, a quantity of Shucks and Straw.
1 Still, 1 set Blacksmith tools, 1 fine soi Cabinet
tools, 2 four-horso Waggons, 1 ox Cart, 1 flno Buggy,
1 Carryall, G fino Saddles, Fanning tools of
every description, Household and Kitchon furni- ..
tnro, 8 Bcaurcau's, (new and tine,) 4 new Sido
Boards, set of new Tables, a largo lot of Walnut,
Cherry, Maple and Pino Lumber, 500 lbs. Cotton,
large lot of ready sawed house Lumber, 10,000 new
Boards; besides a great number of othor articloa
too numerous to mention, on a credit of twelvo
months. Bonds or Notes with approved security
will be required for the purchase money, except
sums under five dollars w.hich must bo paid in Cash.
JANE BAltTON, Administratrix,
P. ALEXANDER, Administrator.
Pickens Dist. S. C., March 2d, 1847.
March 10. 2 tsd
The State of South Carolina.
Jesse llcagin, vs. Catherin Rcagin and
uni'jrs.?irariuion m Ur(linary.
It appearing that Nicholaw Reagin, 0110 of the Defendants
in this case, resides without the liinitc of
this State: It is ordered that ho do appear and object
to the salo or division of tho Real Estate of
Young Reagin dee'd, on or beforo tho 20th day of
May 1847, or his consent to tho same ?vill bo ontored
of Record. DAVID LESLY, Ordinary.
Feb. 20th, 1847. 1 3m
The State of South Carolina.
In Equity. Thomas
M. Fin ley. Reuben J. PijKey,
Nancy A. Finley by next friend, rtnd T.
M. Finley, v. Alexander Hunter, Nancy
Finlc.y, Granville H. Finlev and others*
?jBill for Account, Partition^ Delivery
of Slaves and Relief.
If nnnnnnnrt" ,^-4 ^ '-1? 1
av u|>^vuuuL tv i>>j outioiaunuii) uiiii l^uncy riiiiey>
Granville if. Finley, Isaac N. Finlo.y, Robt. Oakloy
and Rhoda his wife, Ahi Deck and Polly Ann
his wife, and Jane R. Finley, Defendants in this
case, reside without the limits of this State: Ordered
that the abovo named Defendants do appear
and plead, answer or demur, to the said Bill withiu
thrco months from tho publication of this order, or
Judgment rno confesso, will bo rendered against
them. H. A. JONES, c. e. a. d.
Commissioner's Office, March Gtli, 1847.
March 10. 2 3m
The State of South Carolina.
J. W. II. Johnson and wife, vs. T. R. Puckell.?Partition
It ap|>earing to my satisfaction, by affidavit, that
W. W. Pucket, R. L. Pucket, and Thomas Abercrombe,
and children of Mary Abercrombe dee'd,
Parties Defendants in this case> reside beyond the
limits of this State: It is therefore ordered that
they do appear and object to tho division or sale of ,
the Roal Estato of Frances Long dee'd, on or be- - ~
fore the division, tho 20th day of May 1847, or
their conscnt to tho same will be entered of Record.
Feb. 20, 1847. 1 3m D. LESLY, Ord'y
The State of South Carolina. .
To the Creditors and Heiri rf Richmond
All persons having demands against the
Estate will present them to Dt Lesly, Administrator
of said Estate as Derelict* on or be*
fore the 20th May 1847, at which time said
Estate will be apportioned, and closed i And
as the personal Estate is insufficient to pay the <
debts?and the following heirs and legatees
reside without the limits of this State, viz:
Frances E Harris. Allies 3 Hunter, Uriah
R. Harris, Louisa I. Heard* and A J Harris?
and the creditors have petitioned for the proceeds
of real Estate, to pay debts. It is
therefore ordered, that the said absentees do
nppear and show cause, why the proceeds of
the real Estate of said Richmond Harris He
ceasod, should not be so applied-, on or before
the 20th of May 184?, otherwise) their con>?
sent as confessed, will be entered of record
Feb. 20,1847. 1 3m D. L.ESLY, Ord'y.
The State of South Carolina. k
ABBEVILLE UlBtfciOT, .
Iii Ihe Court of Ordinary. /
Sarah J. A. Wheatori, VS. Thomas Simmons
arid others.?Application of Creditors,
for proceeds of Real Estate, to be
paid to Administrator for payment of
debts, on i7isu]jiciency oq personal Estate,
It appearing to my satisfaction, that Thomas
Simmons, Frances Simmons and Artna SiniK
mons a minor, parties Defendants, reside
without the limits of this State : It is therefore
ordered ihat they do appelMr and ifibw
cause within the timp? viz, 20th Miy? 184T?
why the proceed bf the Heal Estate of Auuk
lia Simmons dec*d, sold in Ordinary for Partition,
should not be applied to the paymw^l Qt
debts by the Adminisir&tor on deficit of per* : ,
sonal Eatate?their consent aa contested, *81
bo entered of record. '""-svf'
Feb 20. I 3m D. LESLY, Ord'y.
Notice to Creditors.
r>x Estate of JBlihu Baird #<&$$&, ;:
The creditors ot Eiihu JJa'nrddec*d, will
notice, that I will proceed to? settle up Iho
Estate on the third Monday in May neX^
ttnd the creditors wiU present all theft
manda on or before that time, as th& J
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