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$• Daily Advertiser
PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY S'«UEL SNOWDEN, ROYAL-STREET, ALEXANDRIA.
Vol. XXI.]
THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 8 iSSt.
[No. 597s
District of Columbia,
Alexandria County, jj.
UTAS committed to tbe jail of this coun
ty on the 3d inst. as a runaway, a ne
»rr*» man named Kinzey lones,^bout 23
y, »rs ol age, 5 feet lo inches high, well
in vifind of a lightish cast; says he has been
accustomed to following the water in the
i>iy trade. He claims freedom, and states
V'h.s a mother in Baltimore, on Federal
[fill, bv the name ot Dorcus Jones, and that
lie served an apprenticeship in Baltimore to
;h<* sailmaking business with William Ward.
T'ie owner is desired to come, prove pro
tierty, pay charges and take him away o
tlierwise he will be disposed of as the law
Erects. ANDW. ROUNSAVELL,
ian 13 th2m _Jailor.
Dictrict of Columbia,
Alexandria County, ss.
1 frAS committed to the jail lor this
7 T county as a runaway, on the 20th
instant, a negro woman, named CHARI
TY, 22 or 2 5 years of age, quite black, and
1,1 aood appearance, rather above the com
mon size of women, she says she is the pro
perty of John 'Vright, of Loudon county,
V’a. to whom she was sold by a Mr. Bran
ham, (miller) at Nicholl’s mill, lor a term
of years. The owner of the above woman
required to come forward, prove proper
ty. pay charges and take her away, other
wise she will be disposed of as the lew di
rect*. AND. ROUNSAV ELL,
January 2!>
Jailor.
Tistrii t of Columbia, to wit.
County of Alexandria, ) %5th
.Yovnnber 1'rrrn, I820. ) Day
IN CHANCERY.
j0*.ph Smith and Willi .in Smith, underlie
«irm of Joseph Smith & Son—P'aintitfc,
Against
Knnris \dam*, jun. and J(»hn D. HerbeP,
an i Philip H. Henop, late joint merchants
*»nj copartners tinder the firm ot Adams,
Herbert & Co. and Maurice Herbert—de
f pHE* defendant Philip H. Henop, not
I having entered his appearance and gi
v»*n ’ecurity according to the statute and the
rules of this Court ; and it appearing to the
«a'inaction of the Court, upon affidavit til
e I. that the said Philip H. Henop is not an
inhabitant of the District of Columbia-—it is
t.-h red, that the said defendant. Philip H.
H^in.p, do appear here on or helore the 1st
d.ty of the next term, and answer the bill ot
ti.e n mplainants, and give security for per
forming the decree of the Court, and that a
« ny r 11 hi-' order bn forthwith published for
Jon months successively in one ol the pub
lic new-papers printed in this county, and
{»;,« f c*»pv he po'fed at the trout duoi
«.} the Co'ot house ot said county.
janinry 26 M. 1. LKh, C. C.
District of Columbia, to wit.
Comity of Alexandria, \ilth
jV'jveinker Term 1820- ) Day
IN CHANCERY.
Bryan Hampson—Complainant,
Against
J ,11,1 Spence, and the.President, Directors,
and Company of Ute Bank of Alexandria,
Del miantv
*|1iltideten lant. dohn Spence, not having
I- entered his appearance and given secu
ritv according to the statute, and rules ol
t’*j. cn-jrt, and it »pj>* armg to the "atislac
♦: not the court, upon affidavit tiled, that the
s, -i ! John Spence is not an inhabitant of the
i)>»*ric t‘»lC >lmnbia: on motion,it’is ousted,
t! a 'lie defendant, John Spence do appear
:11 or h» fo>e the first day ot next May
t, . .-id. le-wer the toll of the complain in?,
.v d 4'>e -ecurity f r performing the decrei s
ot in c-mrt ; and dial the other defendants,
;! i «t-id«-nt, Directors, and Company ot
ti.t ilai.k ni Alex andria, do not pay away,
, o\., or secrete, the debt-* by them ow
iai o, or the estate and effects in their liamls
belomfit < n» the -.aid absent defend nt, b>hn
nee, "ufitil the further order or decree of
t ■'» couit; and that a copy cf this order be
t ■ ;hwi'h published for iz?o mowtAssuccsSii e
!. in o »e of the public newspapers publish -
*•' i in this county, and that another copy be
s' •>,, it the front door of the Court-house of
5 .!county.
EDM. I. LEE, C. C.
:v:u:*r\* 27
District if Columbia, to wit.
C runty of Alexandria, \ 27 th
November Term, l82o. ) Jay
IN CHANCERY.
,'h i McClure, assignee ot Sarah Burke,
( n»»»i;ii:nnt,
Against
Richard L. Calloway, Bryan Hampson,
a .1 >s»*ph II, !lamp>on, the 2 last trading
a lor the firm ot Bryan Hampson 4* Son
I>» teridniPs
f silentlanl Ktcuaru i*. uaiioway.ii»i
* hn% ;ng entered his appearance, ami gi
*.n - c.urity according to the statute and
P!Y«' r thi-'court, and it appearing to the
s • •''-riion oi the court, upon affidavit, fi
!: I, that the said Kichard L Galloway is
f“>t an inhabitant ol the district c*l Columbia.
On motion, it i- ordered, that the defendant,
K’ :l:i,<! !.. Galloway do appear here on or
b tore the first 1 .y of next May term. and
answer the hill oi the plaintiff, and give se
curity fur performing* the decrees ot the
court: And that the other defendants, Bry
»y lionpsonA* >on do not p»y away, con,
v v or secrete,’h** d**hts by them owing to,
rthe p-tat’' or effects in their hands, be*
icnjbng to the said absent defendant, Ki
rlnrd GaMowav, tmti! ihe further order
°r decree of this court; and that a copy ot
'his order he forthwith published tor ftro
wonihs successively, in one ot the public
newspapers printed in th;s county, and that
toot’ er con.v be posted at the front door ot
'ht court house of said county.
Mtste, EDM. I. LEE,€. C.
January 27
New Almanacs.
ALMANACS
For 1821,
Just published, and for sal by
• October 30 JOHN STEWART.
District of Columbia,
County of Alexandria, to n it.
OS the petition ol Kith. Wallace an insol*
vent debtor, confined in the gaol of A
lexandria county tor debt, notice is hereby
given to the creditors of the said Richard
Wallace, that on the 5th day of Feb’y, being
the first Monday of the month, at 1U o’clock
A. M. at the coupt-house ol said county, the
oath prescribed by the act of congress of the
United States, entitled “ an act for the re
lief of insolvent debtors within the district
ol Columbia,” will t)e administert d 4o the
said insolvent, and a trustee appointed, un
less sufficient cause to the contrary be then
and there shewn.
Ordered,that this notice be inserted twice
a week in two of the newspapers published
in Alexandria until thai da>. By ordi r
of the honorable William Cranch, chic ■
judge of the United States circuit court o
the District of Columbia.
Teste, EDM. I. LEE, C C.
jan 23 tu!2w
District of Columbia,
Alexandria ('aunty, sa.
\T7"AS committed to the jail of tics coun
r'V ty, on the 5th inst. as a runaway, a
negro woman, namfd LETTY, about 3o
years of age, 5 ieet 8 or nine inches high,
ol largp features, and has rather a coar-e
appearance, with a small scar in one of her
eye brows. She says she was sold about
twelve months sin'e by Mr. Strother Jones,
near the White Post, Frederick county,
Va. to southern traders, from whom shr
escaped a few days afterwards at Fauquier
Court House, in the same state, hut doec
not recollect the name of her la-1 master oi
tm-ters. The owner is oesired to come,
prove properly, pay charges and take her
away, otherwise she will be disposed oi as
the law directs.
AND. ROUNSAVELL, jailor.
January I I _thorns
Charles County Court,
November Term, lf<20.
ON application to the judge- <d Charles
county court, by petition in wri'mg ot
Thomas G. Barnes, of Charles county, tor
ttie benefit of the act of assembly t\<r the re
lief of insolvent debtors, passe*1 at Novem
ber session, !:’I5, and the sever I supplp
nietits thereto,or. the k rms mentioned the e
in, a schedule • ! h 5 property and a iist i :
Ida creditois on oath, so hr .i? he c".n ascer
tain them, being anm v •' to his etitii ;*,?*n«i
being satisfied i > rou •> t -in'ory that
the said I’homasG. R * • * h.«i icsj.ie l too
years immediately preceding the 'i;;r*oi
his application in the of Mary land,a ml
being also satiifie.* ’• '*,.. said ThomasG.
B lrnes n >,■ .» ii o : •. n* for debt and
for no r ceu-e a;. *'••• Ik ma$G.
Barm having • i.t• into ho» i v, rl- suffi
cient :fvuriiy for Hs personal appearance ill '
Charles county emit, to answer such alle
gations as hi* creditors may make again*! ;
hitn: it i* there up an ordered and adjudged i
that the stid Thomas G Barn- be dischar
ged fjom imprisonment, and by cau-;ng a
copy ot this order to be inserted in some
one otthe newspaper^ edited in the district
ot Columbia, once a week tor two months
successively, be fori* the third Monday ot
M • rch i ext, to give notice to his creditors
to appear before tin said cout t, at Charles
Town, in the said county, on toe said third
Monday in March next, hr the purpose ol
recommending a trustee tor their benefit,
and to shew cause, if any they hive, why
the said Thomas G. Barnes should not have
the benefit of the several insolvent laws of
this state, as prayed.
Teste, JOHN BARNES, Clerk.
January 18
State of Maryland.
Charles County, ss.
ON application to the subscriber, one of
the judges ol the orphans’ court of
Charles County, by petition in writing of
fViliainson Cox, of Charles County, tor the
benefit of ’he act of assembly for the relief
ofins'dvent debtors, pas;er| at November
session. 18o.r», ami the several supplements
th; re'o, < n the terms mentioned therein, a
schedule ot his property and a list ol his
creditors, on oath, so tar as he can ascer
tain them. annexed to his petition, and be
ing satisfied by competent testimony that
the said Williamson Cox has resided two
years immediately p-eceedine the time of
his application in tie; state ol Maryland,
and being also satisfied that the said Willi
amson Cox is in actual confinement for debt
and for no other cause, and the said Willi
amson Cox having entered into bond, with
sufficient security, for his person d appear
ance in Charles County Court, to answer
such allegations as his creditors may make
against him: It is thereupon order* d and
adjudged, rhat the said Williamson Cox be
discharged from imprisonment: and that by
causing a copy of this order to be inserted
iu some one of the several papers edited in
the district of Columbia oner- a w»ek for
two months successively, befot* the third
Monday ol March next, to give notice to his
creditors toappear before the said court at
Charlestown, in the said county, on the said
third Monday in March next, foi the pur
pose of recommending a trustee for their
benefit, and to shew the cau-e. il any they
have, why the said Williamson Cox should
not have the benefit of the seven I insolvent
laws of this state as passed. G:ven under
niv hand this 10th day of October. 1320.
J t’R.wnc; nir.r.s
True Copy. Test.
JOHN BARNES, Cl*rk.
january 12 12 m
Clurles Comity Court,
November Term, 1820.
ON application to the Judges of Charles
county court, by petition in writing
of Giles Green, ot Charles county, for the
benefit of the act ol assembly for the reliwf
of insolvent debtors, passed at November
session 1805, and the several supplements
thereto, on the terms mentioned therein, a
; schedule ol his property and a list of his
! creditors on oath, so far as he can ascertain
1 them, being annexed to his petition, 4* he.
ing satisfied by competent testimt ny that
the said Giles Green has redded two years
• immediately proceeding the time of his ap.
plication, in the stare of Maryland, and be.
ir.g also satisfied that the said Giles Green
is in actual confinement tor debt and tor no
• no other cause, and the said Giles Green
1 having entered into bond with sufficient sc.
j curity lor his personal appearance inCharles
! county court, to answer such allegations as
1 his creditors may make against him : It is
thereupon ordered and adjudged, that the
said Giles Green he discharged from im
j prisonment. and that by causing a copy of
’ this order to be inserted in some one ol the
j newspapers edited in the district ul Colum.
; hia, once a week tor two months succes
sively before the third Monday in March
next, to give r.otice’to Ilia creditors to ap
pear hetore the said court at Charlestown,
in the said comity, on the said third Mon
day in March next, for the purpose ot re.
commending u trustee for their benefit, and
to shew cause if any they have, why the
•'did Giles Green should not have the benefit
of toe several insolvent laws ol tiii.- state as
prayed. Test.
.hi) 18 701 IN BARNES, C/erk.
Charles Com.ty Court,
November Term, 18'0.
ON application to the Judges o: Charles
County Court by petition n writing
of James Barnes, of Charles County, for
the hern-fit of the act of assembly lor the
reliefu! insoivcnt debtors, passed at No
vember session I8t'5, and the several sup
plements thereto, on ihe terms mentioned
therein, a schedule of hi« pioperly, and a
lint of his creditors on oath, so lar as he can
ascertain them, being annexed to his p> li
tion, and being satisfied by competent tes
timmiy that tin* said ./ames Barnes has re.
• ided two years immediately piecedinglhe
time of his application, in the state ol Ma.
ryland, and being also sati‘.fi» d that the
said James Barnes is in actual couliueinetit
for debt and tor no other cause, 4* the said
James Barnes having entered into bond
with sufficient security for I pcrst na! ap.
pearance in ( Hailes county coutt. to an.
swer such allegations as Ids creditors may
make against him : It is thereupon ordered
and adjudged, that the said James Barnes
be discharged from imprisonment, and that
by causing a copy ol th's ord* r to be insert
ed in some one o* the newspapers edited in
the di-triet of Columbia, once a week for
two months successively, before the third
Monday of March next. I.' give notice to
hi* creditors to appear before ihesaid con it
at Chrrlestown. in the said county, on the
said 3d Moii'ley in March next, for the i im
pose of recommending a tmstee tor tin ir lie.
j nefit, and to shew cause il ary !bey have.
: wh\ the sajd J-\n;es Barnes should not have
, the bom fit of the several insolvent laws ol
i this state as prayed.
Teste. JOHN BARNES, Clerk.
1 January 13 _ _
Cliailes County Court.
November Term, IP20.
j f\S application to tin* judges oi Charles
! V/ County Cour:, by petition in wrilirg
, of George Harrison t houtpson, of Charles
* County, tor the benefit ol the net ofassem
’ lily for the relief of insolvent debtors, pas
i sed at November session, ISO.3!, ami the
; several supplements thereto, on the term
j mentioned theiein. a schedule ol his pro
I perty and a list of Ins creditors, on oath, so
, far as he can ascertain them, being annex
ed to hi> petition ; and being satisfied by
| competent testimony that the said George
i Harrison Thompson has resided two years
i immediately preceding the time of his ap.
I plication, in the state of Maryland ; and
being also satisfied that the said George
Harrison Thompson is in actual confine
meut for debt, and lor no other cause; and
the said George Harrison Thomp*on ha.
vlng entered in o bond with sufficient secu.
rity for hi? personal appearance in Charles
County Court, to answer such allegation as
his creditors may make against him: It is
there lore ordered and adjudged, that the
said George Harrison Thompson be dis.
charged from imprisonment ; and that by
causing a copy oi this order to be inserted
in some one ol the newspapers edited in the
district of Columbia, once a week tor two
month* successively before the third Mon.
. day of March next, he gi\e notiee to his
creditors to appear before the sajd court at
Charleston, on the said third Monday in
March next, for the purpose ot recommt nd.
ing a tru«te»’ for their benefit, and to shew
cause if any they have, why the said Geo.
Harti'on Thompson should not have the
benefit of the several insolvent laws of this
state a« praved. Given under my hand this
loth day’of October 18*^0.
Te'rc. JOHN BARNE , Clerk,
january 19_*m
Notice.
f pH ^subscriber respectfully informs liis
I friends and the public, that he intends
constantly to kef p on hand . and tor sale,
ready nude clothes Persons who have any
second hand clothing tor sale would do well
by calling on the subscriber, as he wishes to
purchase, and will give liberal prices for
the same. Gentlemen’s servants and slaves
uho may have such clothing' to dispose ot,
will bring with them proper ordersauthoriz
jng them to sell, as he i« determined not to
deal with them on any other terms.
jau 10 UOMINY BEARCROFT.
Cliarles Countv Court.
JVovetnber lerin, Io«o.
ON application to the Judge* oi Charles
County Court l>y petition in writing; of
Luke Sheirburn. of Charles County, h r the j
ben» fi: oi the act of assembly tor the reliel
of insolvent debtors, passed at November
session IU05, and the several supplements
thereto, on the terms mentioned therein, a
schedule ot his property, and a list <>! Ins
crcditois on oath, so far as he can a-ccr
t.iin them, being annexed to his petition,
I am) being satisfied by competent Itslimony
that the said Luke Sh irburn has resided
twoyears immediately pr« ceding the time
ol Lis application, in the ■'tale ot .Maryland,
and being a'so satisfied that the said Luke
j She irburn i, in-actu.il confinement to1* debt
j and I r no other cause, and tlie caid Luke
\ She irburn having entered into bond with
j sufficir nt security lor his personal appear
I ance in Charles County’ Court, to answer
! such allegations as his creditors may make
j against him : It is thereupon ordered and
J adjudged, that the* said Luke Sheirburn he
i discharged from imprisonment, and that by
! causing a copy of this order to be inserted
| in some oneot the newspapers edited in the
i district of Columbia, oure a week for two
' months successively, before the third M'»n
i day of March next; fie give notice to liis
! creditors to appear before the said court at
j Charlestow n id the said coun'y, on the said
i third Monday in March next, tor the pur.
• pose of recommending a trustee for their
i benefit, and to shew cause if any they
have, why the said Luke Shrirburn should
; not have the benefit oi the several insolvent
laws oi this state as prayed.
Test. JOHN BARNES,
Clerk ot Charles County Court,
anuary 23__th2w
Charles County Court,
November Term. 1U20.
ON application to tlie Judges ot Chari**
County Court, by petition in writing
ot Benjamin Freeman, ot Charles count)’,
for the benefit ot ttie act ot Assembly, tor
the relief of insolvent debtors, passed at
November session, 1H05, and the several
supplements thereto, on the terms mention
ed therein, a schedule ot his properiy. and
a list of his creditors, on oath, so tar as he
can ascertain, being annexed to hi.’ petition,
;,nd being satisfied by competent testimony
that the said Benjamin Freeman has resided
two vears immediately preceding the time
ot his application in the slate ot Maryland;
and being also satisfied that the said Benja
min Freeman is in actual confinement lor
rlehi, and for no other cause ; end die sani
Benjamin Freeman having entered into bond,
with sufficient security for his personal ap
pearance in Charles county Court, to an
swer such allegations as his creditors may
i: ke against him—It is therefore ordered
and adjudged, that the said Benjamin t lee
man he discharged from imprisonment; and
that by causing a copy of this older to be
inserted in some (»ue of the newspapers edi
ted in the District of Columbia, (nice a w e» k
for two months successively, before the did*
Monday ot March nexi, he give notice to
his creditor® to app« ar be tore the said Court,
at Charlestown, in the said county, on tin
1 third Mondr*} in Marrh next, lor the pur
pose ot recommending a trustee lot their he
in fit. and to‘•hew cause, it any they have,
why the said Benjamin Piem an should not
have the hern fit ot the so\ oral insoU ent laws
of this state, as prayed.
't est, JOHN BARNES, Cl’k.
January 12 2m
( Imrk's County ( ourt,
November Term, )8‘£0
C%N application to the jurines ot Charles
) county court, t y petition in writing ot
Zcicharial) Green, ot Chari':? county, for the
bent fit of the act ot assembly mr the relief
of insolvent debtors, passed at November
session, 1805, and the several supplements
thereto, on the term? mentioned therein, a
schedule of his property and a list ot his
creditors, on oath, so far as he can ascertain
them, being annexed to his petition; ami
being .sat i - fleet by competent testimony, that
the said Zachariab Green has resided two
years immediately preceding the time ot his
application in the state of Maryland, and
heing also satisfied that the said Zachariah
Green is in actual confinement for debt, and
for no other cause, and the said Zachaiiah
Green having entered into bond with suffi
cient security for his personal appearance
in CharC-s county court, to answer such alle
gations as his creditors may ma'te against
him: It is therefore ordered and adjudged
that the said Zachariah Green he discharged
from imprisonment, and that by causing a
copy of this order to be inserted in one ot
the newspapes edited in the district ot Co
lumbia once a week tor two months success
ively, before the third Monday in March
next, to give notice to his creditors to appear
before the said court at Charles Town, in
the said county, on the third Monday in
March next, tor the purpose of recommend
ing a trustee for their benefit, and shew
cause, it any they have, why »he said Zacha
riah Green should not have the benefit of
the several insolvent laws of this state, as
prayed.
Teste, JOHN BARNES, Clerk,
january 18_
Fifty Dollars Reward
TOST from my pockpf, between the
A 7th and I4th instai ♦, a Red Morocco
Pocket Book, while hunting in Virginia,
either in Mason’s Neck or about L)r. Pitt
Chichester’s ; containing some valuable pa
pers of no use to any one but myselt, such
as notes, orders, 4'C.
The above reward will be given by me
on delivery of the above Pocket Book, with
its contents, or the papers alone as above
mentioned.
JOSEPH EDELEN. jun.
Piscataway, Md. Dec. Im.
Charles County Court.
November /erm, lpxo.
ON application to the fudges ol Chari***
County Court by petition in writing
William JWComhie, ot Charles County
lor Hie benefit of tlie act of assembly tor tit8
relief of insolvent debtors, passed at Ncv.
session !8o5, and the several supplements
theieto, on the terms mentioned therein, a
schedule of his property, and a list of his
creditors on oath, so tar as he can ascer
tain them, being annexed to his petition
and being satisfied by competent testimony
that the said William M’Conchie has re
sided two vear« immediately preceding die
time ol his application, in the state ot M a
ryland, and being also satisfied that the
sail’ William M’Conchie is in confinement
for debt and for no other cause, and the
said William M’Conchie having entered in
to bond with sufficient security lor bis per
sonal appearance in Charles County Court*
fo answer such allegations as his creditors
may make against him : It is thereupon
ordered and adjudged, that the said NV il
liam M’Conch'e he discharged from impri
sonment. and that by causitg a copy ol this
order to be inserted in some one of ti e
newspapers edited in the district ot Colum
bia, once a week for two months succex
sively bef>»re the third Monday in March
next; be give notice to his citditors to ap
pear hr.lore the said court at Charlestown,
in the said county, on the said third Mon
day in March nett, for the purpose 01 re.
commending a trustee for their benefit, anil
to shew cause if any they have, why thft
said William M Conchie should not have the
benefit ol the several inssolvent law s of this
state as prayed.
Test. JOHN BARNES.
Clerk of Charles County Court.
January 25 th2ms
Charles County Court,
November Term, 1820.
ON application to the judges of Charles
county, by petition in willing of Ao
nehn St. Cluir, ot Charles County, lor the
i benefit of the act of assembly lor the relief
of insohent debtors, passed at November,
18l)5, and the several supplements thereto,
on the terms mentioned therein, a schedule
of liis propelty, and a list of his creditors
on oatl), so far as lie can ascertain them, be
ing annexed to hi- petition, and being satis*
fi*-d by competent testimony that the said
kenelm St. Clair-has resided two years itn*
mediately proceeding the time of his appli
cation in the state ol Maryland, and being
also satisfied that the said Kenelm St. Clair
is in actual confinement for debt, and for
no other cause, and the said Kenelm St.
Clair having entiled into bond, frith suffi
ce nt security, tor hN personal appearance
in Charles County Court, to answer such
alligations as his creditors may make a
gainst him : It is therefore ordered and ad
judged, that the said Kenelm St. Clair be
discharged front imprisonment, and that I y
causing a copy of this order to be insert*'!
in some one of the newspapers edited in the
district of Columbia, once a week lor Urn
months successively’, before the first Mon
day in March next, for the purpose of re
commending a trustee for th« ir hem fit, and
to shew cause, if any they have, why the
said Kem !m St. Clair should not have tit
b«-m fit ot the several insolvent law.- ot this
state as prayed.
Teste. JOHN BARNKS,
Clerk of Charles Com ty ( ourf
j a mi ary 12 f2m
Charles Coun'y
A orerhhtr Ttrvt. 1820.
ON application lo the juries i • Cbailes
County Court, by p« ti'i; n in writing of
Samuel Ameif;, oi t han'es County. io» the
benefit ol the act of assembly lor the ivliei
of insolvent debtors, passed at Nivm.ber
session, I80b, and the several suppb-n Hits
thereto, on the terms mentioned ft*'run, a
schedule ol his property and a list ol his cre
ditors, on oath, so far as he can ascertain
i them, being annexed to his petition; and
bring satisfied by competent test in i i y that
the said Said Samuel Ameig has resmr r two
1 years immediately preceding the time oi his
application in the state of Maryland; and
1 being; also satisfied that the said Sanr uel A
merg is in actual confinement tor debt, and
for no other cause; and the said Samuel
Amerg having entered ;nfo bond with suffi
cient security for his personal appearance in
Charles County court, to answer such alle
gation as his creditors may make against
him: It is therefore ordered and adjudged,
that toe said Samuel Amerg be discharged
from imprisonment; and that by causing a
! copy of this order to he inserted in some mr
of the newspapers edited in ih«* district of
Columbia, once a week for two months suc
cessively before th** third Monday of March
next, he give notice to his creditors to ap
pear before the sai l court, at Charlestown,
on the said third Monday in March next, for
iho purpose of recommending a trustee for
their benefit, and to shew cause if any they
have, why the said Samuel Arnerg should
not have the benefit of the several insolvent
laws of this state, as prayed.
Teste, JOHN BARNES,
Cleik of Charles County Court.
I january 12 f2w
twenty Hollars Itrward.
AN AWAY from the subscriber at Bur
naby, Prince Geoige’s C < unty, Maiy
land, on the ?2d instant, a negro man named
JAMES about twenty five years old, five
feet three or four inches high, very blaek
stutters when talking has uncommonly large
and flat feet—his clothing an old blue home
made coat, light and old pantaloons of the
same manufacture, old shoes and stockings,
a tolerably good bat. James is a pretty g< r d
shoemaker: it is most likely tie will attempt
to go to a Mr. Cox, near Charlottsville, \ r
ginia, where he has a wife. The above re
ward will be paid, no matter where taken.
OTHO W. CALLJS.

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