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PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY SAMUEL
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V Livery Stable
I S I -V opened on the premises formerly
! , in*:*->1 by Thomas Triplett, on Wasb
,i,rei, between King and Prince*
, • , where citizens and travellers can
I,; , lated with a careful Ostler,
, ,y j grain three »i:nes a day tor ht
*V( o. or by the month atten dollars.-—
,V- is a large lot attached to the pre
' .'I w;i!» the *rcommodation ol a pump,
i ,v. ,- nd tim e that have horses for
„ It rind it t«* their advantage to call,
;:;r,,v.> *«« m <>y ••*** *»•»
ill..) -Vint It ; and tho.^e disposed
h.ve Horses, bv leaving a descrip
.. iHi| have the earliest notice.
‘ JAMES ALLISON & Co.
iVhn.ary I___
District of Columbia,
.Uexiinilna County ss.
* t7AS committed to the j til of this coun*
V V ty on the 3d inst. as a runaway, a ne
«ro man named Kmzey lones^buut 23
’ 4f# age, 5 teel lo inches high, well
n i ie,and of a lightish cast; says he has been
accustomed to following the water in the
hiv trade. He claim'freedom, and stales
r„. !ms a mother in Baltimore, on Federal
II:.!, by the name ot Dorcus Jones, and that
„e served an apprenticeship in Baltimore to
sailmakiug business with William u»*d.
The owner is desired to come, prove pro
r*.riy. |.tv charge* and take him away o
.. . r v sc ne will be disposed ot as the law
\ andw. kounsavell,
‘i.vt 13 tWm_Tailor.
ihfttrift of tioiauil>ia, to wit.
County of Alexwirin, ) 25*h
JVovemb*r l*r*<ts 1820. $ Day
IN CHANCKUY.
and William Smi!h, imdorthe
>: Joseph Smith Son—P.amtiiTs,
Again.d
pr,4iKis Adam?, inn. an 1 John D. Herbert.
Philip H. Hen»p, late joint merchant?
H»i,i copartners uo«!*r the firm ct Adams,
jjV»«ri it Co. and Mam ice Herbert—de
Vlllilt?.
rpn'd defendant Philip If. llenop, not
I Ir finsr entered tos appearance ou t £t*
»i n «2curity accorJimj; to toe statute ami ttie
4 i.iH wf his C-nrt; an i it appe.vjmt to the
Ml,«i .cti III of the Court, upon affidavit til
.1. to .I tiie said Philip H. Heiiop. is not an
I'.tif•>it.iht of the District ot Columbia—d i
» If r d, that the said defendant. Phiiio II.
If do appear to1 re on or bend* the tsi
•by withe next term, and answer the billot
complainants, and £ivo security lor pel
1,,i aiui the decree ot the Court, and that a
i' *py of Ibis order be h*rth»viMi puldished tor
• ui •nunth? ?ucC* ??ively in one ot the pub
i • h-w-piper* printed in tlii? county, an t
■ t »notner copy be ported at *he trout door
.,! Mjt ( » rt-houie ot' said county.
Te?te,
jiviary 26 f* M. I CKR. C. O.
District ot* Columbia, to nvit
County of Alexandria, ) 2~th
November Term Ib20. \ Day
IN CHANCERY.
Bryan Hauipsnn—Complainant,
Against
Join Spence, and the,President, Directors,
su*l Company ul the Banket Alexandria,
Beb-ndaiits. ^
II rtL octet: iant, John Spence, not having
.1. end red his appearance and given secu
i iv according to toe statute, and rules ol
thi> court, and it appearing to the -atisfac
t,« ,i ul the court, upon aitt-iav it filed, that the
s id John Spence i- not an inhabitant of the
!) orici otC dunibia: on motion,it’is ordeicd,
t'. ,t ».it* Jen ndant, Julm Spence do appeal
hceoe nr m-toie the first d<»y ol next Way
n. ir i answer ibe hiilof’he complainant.
*..<{ r v«; security for performing the decrees
... ; and lhai toe other defendants,
previ-ic.t, Ciiect. rs. and Company of
the !vmk ot Ai» .\«nirM, do not pay away,
c.iu'ex, or secrete, the debt* by the n ow
>r.-r u. ui lite ami t-flfecl-* in their hands
|,. h»iiiii? g i < 'lie said absent defendant, John I
'-) •'u , until the further order or decree of j
1 com; ; and that a copy ot this order be .
;• iv * * I. published lor i*ko wionfAssuccsS.ve- j
:•,* in one of the public newspapers publish- ;
• in this c.nr.tv, and th«t another copy be j
t> >v ’ .1 the front door of the Court-house ol
S.i:d COl-e'V. „ „ !
IVstr, EDM. EEEE,C.C.
:ami.ivv!7_____ i
iHstrirt «»t* 4'oltistito wit.;
Crufili; r.f.Vf.vttmlria, ) ctllh •
.XoT 'iibir Ttnh, li>2o. $ day
IN CHANCERY.
' »!«'i ’IcCitiiv, .ij’ipirt ot Sarah Burke,
t 'umpUiaunt,
Against
Ui IsarlL. Galloway, Bryan Ilampsnn,
a>i! I* .< ph i!, II imp-on. the 2 last tracing
• Lr ilie* firm ol Bryan Hainpson 4* Son
IR ;«.« *?n*«
mndant RichardL. Gsl'oway.nnt
1 >hv mg euteie-l his appear »ce, and gi
%» n --.Miri:v ; cct*rding to the statute and
r'hi. court, and :t appearing to the
• 'Im n; th*. court, opoir affidavit, ti*
I, ?h <t M»e said Richard E. G'dloway is
. . ui mhVoitant of the iistrict ol Co|uinhij.
k i notion, •; i, ordered, that the defendant,
His-tn,.! !,. (iali.nvay do appear here on or
hf'.»re'h«r first d iy *>f nc\' May term, and
•*'v v p tl)p ,o|l ot >he pfa;Htitf, an I give sc«
■c>i: . lor performing live decrees ot the
c i-r': And that 'In* other »’e*eii tan’s, Bry
av It mp-ur, y Sun do n >t p<v away, con,
t v ur secrete, the. lebf.s by them owing to,
• r tb • p-' i!-» or etT-'ots in tlieir Hand*, be*
longing io d»e «.aid absent defendant, Ri
chart E. Gatsmay. until die tur lu r order
i,r i.-cr-e o| Luis court; and i!»*t a copy ot
• is order he forthwith published tor fxo
ki'/W* ? sucre-sYe'v. in one of ’he public
it- • -;nper- printed in tb - county, and tha^ (
an wherermv be p»-«ted at t!»p lr«»nt door of {
the fMfjrf bon** ot ’ I county.
v!este, LDM.I LEE,C. C. I
January 27
New Almanacs.
i
ALMANACS
For 1831,
Just published, and tor sal hy
October 30JOHN STEW ART.
District of Columbia,
County of Alexandria, to n it.
ON the petition ol Rich. VVallace.an insol
vent debtor. routined in the gaol ot A
lexandria county for debt, notice is hereby
given to the creditors ot die said Aichard
Wallace, that on the ith day of Feb’y, being
tbe Grat Monday of the month, at 10 o’clock
A. M. at die court-house of said county, the
oath pre-i ribed by the act ot congress ot the
United States, rntitied “an act lor the re
lief of insolvent debtors within the district
of Columbia,” will be administered to the
said insolvent, and a trustee appointed, un
less “uthci. nt cause to the contrary be then
and there shewn.
Ordered,that ibis notice be inserted twice
a week in two of the newspapers published
in Alexandria until that day. By order
of the honorable Willi im Cranch, chie I
judge of the United States circuit court o
the District ot Cohmuda.
Teste, EDM. I. LEF, «J C.
jan 83 tyfcw
District of luhmioiu,
.lie.iundria County, ss.
TT7" AS committed to the jail of this coun
▼ ? £ty, on the 5th inst. as a runaway, a
n*-gro woman, named LKT'i V, about do
years ol age, 5 teet 8 or nine inches high,
of large features, and lias rather a coarse
appearance, with a small scar in one ol her
eye brows. She says she was sold about
twelve months siri'e by Mr. Strother Jones,
near the Whi'e Post. Frederick county,
Va. to southern traders, I rum whom she
escaped a few days afterwards at Fauquier
Court House, in Ihe same state, but does
not recollect the name of her fa-t master or
masters. The owner is desired to come,
prove property, pay charges and take her
away, otherwise she w dl be disposed ol as
the law directs.
AND. ROUXS AVEl.L, jailor.
January \ I _thorns __
C harks kow ty Court,
JS'ove.nbcr Term, 1820.
ON application to tli, judges of Charles
county court, by petition in writing ol
Thomas G. Barnes, of Charles county, tor
| the b^* i fit of the art of assembly foi the re
| lief of insolvent debtors, passed at Novem
ber session, 1816, amt the several supple
ments thereto,on the t* rms mentioned thete
in, a schedule <>f b s property and a list ot
Id? creditors on oath, so iaras he can ascer
tain them. being annexed to h's petition,and
being satisfied by ctv.npt tent testimony that
the said Thomas G. Barnes has resided two
years immediately preceding the fiueol
his application in the s*a!e ot Mar;,' n 1,and
being aho satisfied that the i ! '» i umasG.
Barnes is in .c: i>’ • fin- mejit Jo; ch * •’ and
for no other caiiv.\ a i i dm said PhcmasG.
Barne* having enter, i into bond with sulfi- [
cient security for bis pm* i< : apne-rance in i
Charles county ci. ii», to . u ; si.ct.- alb- I
gations a* b.- creditors may make n>! ;
him: it is thereupon ordered and adjudged ■
that the s-ii l Thomas G Baines be disc ha r- !
g"d frorr :*np: <-« n:;.*rnt, and hy causing a !
copy ot tins rj.je: »o be inserted in some |
one oftlie nev so .pors edited in the district |
of Columbia. out a week lor two months j
successively, tore the third Monday of |
V «rch next, to give notice to his creditors i
toappco boloie ii.,i said court, at Charles
Tow n, in tin ?:,i t count}*, on the said third
Monday in March next, for the purpose of
recommending a trustee lor their benefit,
and to shew cause, if any they luve. why
the said Thou,-s G. Barnes should not have
the benefit of the several insolvent law s of
this state, a? prayed.
Teste, JOHN BARNES, Clerk,
januarv 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
I IViliainson Cox. of Charles County, for the
Iihi hi of the act of assembly for the relief
i of insolvent debtors, pas-ed at November
I session, 1805, and the several supplements
tiiere’o, on the terms mentioned therein, a
>, io>dule of his property and a list ot his
creditors, on oath, so tar as he can ascer
tain them, annexed to his petition, and be
ing satisfied by competent testimony that
• he said Williamson Cox has resided tvrn
jears immediately proceeding the time of
Ins application in toe state of Maryland,
an I being also satisfied that the said Willi
amson Cox i* in actual confinement for debt
and for no other cause, and the said Willi
amson C»x having entered into bond, u idi
sufficient security, for his personal appear
ance in Charles* County Court, to answer
such allegations as his creditors may make
against him: It is thereupon ordered and
adjudged, lint the said Williamson Cox be
discharged Imm imprisonment; and that by
causing a cony of this order to be inserted
in some one of the several papers edited in
the district of Columbia, once a week for
two months successively, before the third
Monday ol March next, to give notice to his
creditors to appear before the said court at
Charlestown, in the said county, on die said
third Monday in March next, for the pur
pose of recommending a trustee for their
benefit, and loshew the cause, it anv they
have, vvWy the said Williamson Cox should
not have the benefit of the several insolvent
laws ot this state as nassed. Given under
rnv hand this 10th davof October. 18?0.
} FRANCIS DIGGS.
True Cory* Te«t.
JOHN BARNES, Clerk.
january 12
Charles Comity Court,
November Tzrm, 18 20.
N application to the Judges ot Charles
county court, by peliboir in writing
' of Giles Green, ol Charles county, for the
benefit of the act ot asieinbft’ for the rebel
of insolvent debtors, passed at November
session' 1805, and tbe sevefcl supplement*
thereto, on the terms mentioned therein, a
, schedule ot his property atfd a list ol his
creditors on oath, so tar asle can ascertain
them, being annexed to biswetition, «V* be.
ing satisfied by competent ateslinn ny that
ibe said Giles Green has resiled two years
immediately proceeding iluftime oi his ap
plication, in the stale ol M Aland, and be.
ing also satisfied that the sail Giles Green
is in r.ctuai confinement lor i pbt and lor no
no other cause, and the sn 1 Giles Green
having entered into bond wi h sufficient se.
curily lor his personal appeal Imce inCharles
coutity court, to answer sucl allegations as
! his creditors may im-ke agai bun : It is
1 thereupon ordered and adjlrjlged, that the
; said Giles Green be disch.Aed Irom.im
i prrsonment. and that by causing a copy ol
» this order to be inserted in svpie one ol the
j newspapers edited in tb»d»s|fict ot Colum.
i bia, cnee a week for two ifentbs succes*
! sively before the third Moifclaj in March
■ next, to give notice'to his cijditors to ap
I pear betore the said court a&Charlestown, -
; in the said county, on the safe third Mon
day in Match nest, tor the purpose ot re.
commending a tru>t« e lor their benefit, and
to shew cause it any they have, why the
said Giles Green should not have the benefit
ol (he several insolvent laws ot this state as
piayed. 'lest.
Jan JOHN D IP.Nf.S, C/crk.
Cliark‘s> 1 oimlv Court,
Xovember Term, I8it0.
N application to the Judges o: Charles
County Court t y petition 'n writing
of James Barnes, ol Charles County, for
the benefit of the act of assembly lor the
relief ot insolvent debut*, passed at Nu
veinber session I8U0, and the several sup
pie nents thereto, on the it rms mentioned
therein, a schedule ot hi* proper!}', and a
list of his creditors, on oath, so tar as lie can
<t»ceituin litem, being annexed to his peti
tion. and being satisfied i>y competent tes
timony th.il the said James Barnes has re.
sided tnoyeiis immediately piecedinglhe
time of tiis application, in tin* state ot Ma.
ryland, and being also satisfied that tin
said Janu s Barnes is in actual confinement
for debt and tor no oilier cause, 4* the said
Jame* Barnes having entered k£o bond
wild 'efficient security for hisV&kmal^p.
pea ranee in Charles county cooNklu an.
swer such allegations a* his creditors may
make against hint : It is thereupon ordered
and adjudged, dial the said James Barnes
be discharged from imprisonment, and that
by causing a copy ol this order to be insert,
ed in some cue <•< ibe newspapers edited in
the district of C» himbia, once a week for
two months succe-sivt !v, be lore the third
Monday of March next, to give notief to
hi* creditors to appear before the said couit
at Charlestown. in the said county, on the
said 3d Monday in Mirth mxt, tor the pur
pose i.f recommending a tiustee for th» ir be.
in-fit, and to shew cause if any tliey have,
why the said J<me* Barnes should not have
the* benefit «f the several insolvent laws of
this *tate as rra?ed.
Teste. JOHN BARNES, Clerk,
ianuory 18_ __ _
C-hurk's County Court.
Xovember Term, 18*20.
N application to the judges of Charles
County Court, hy petition in writing
of George Harrison I hou)|»»on, of .1 harle*
County, for the benefit ol the acl of assem
bly lor the rebel of insolvent debtois. pas
sed at November session, ICO*, and Ibe
several supplements thereto, on the term
mentioned therein, a schedule of hi* pro
perly and a list of his creditors, on oath, so
; far as he can ascertain them, being annex
1 e i to hi? petiti< n ; and being satisfied by
i competent testimony that tbe said George
; Harrison Thompson has resided two years
i immediately preceding the time of his ap.
I plication, in the state of Maryland ; and
j being al>o satisfied that the said Geoige
Harrison Thompson is in actual confine
ment for debt, and lor no other cause; and
: the said George Harrison Thompson ha.
v|ng entered into bond w ith sufficient seen,
rity for his personal appearance in Charles
County Court, to answer such allegation as
bis creditors ira} make against him : It is
there lore ordered and adjudged, that the
said George Harrison Thompson be di*.
charged lro;n imprisonment ; and that hy
causing a copy of this order to be inserted
in some one of tin newspapers edited in the
district of Columbia, once a week for two
months successively before the third Mon.
day of Mmh next, be give notice to his
creditor* to appear before tbe said court at
Charleston, on Ibe said third Monday in
March next, for th* purpose of recommend,
jpg 3 trustee lor their benefit, and to shew
r.sM«e ifanv they have, why tbe said Geo.
Hani*on I hosnpson should not have the j
benefit of ihe several insolvent laws of tbi* j
state a* pravi'd. Given under my band this !
loth day ot October 18?0.
Te-tc. JOHN BARNE , Ch rk.
January 19__ J
Notice.
rjPHE«uW.riher respectfully informs his ;
1 friends ami the public, that lie intends
constantly to keep on hand . and f«»r sale, ;
ready made clothes. Prisms who have any
second hand clothinp for-ale would do well
l>y calling «»n the subscriber, as he wishes to
.purchase, and will £'ve liberal prices for ;
Ihp same. Gentlemen’s serv ants and slaves !
who may have such clothing: to dispose of, |
w ill brill/ with them proper ordersauthoriz
in/ them to sell, as he t* determined not to
deal with them on any other terms.
jjn 10 DOMINY BEARCR0F7.
diaries Cntiuty Court.
November Term, ! 82o.
AN application to l;te Judges ol diaries
*._/ CountyjCourt by petition in writing ol
Luke Sheirburn, of Charles County, lor the
benefit o! the act ol assembly for the relic*!
of insolvent deb’nrs, passed at November
session iCOo, and the several supplements
thereto, cn the terms i« entioneti iheiem, a .
schedule ol his property, and a list ol hisi
creditors on oath, so far as be cau a*cer
tain them, being annexed to bis petition, ,
and being satisfied by competent testimony I
that the said Luke Sheirburn has resided i
two years immediately preceding the time i
ol his application, in die state oi Maryland,
and being also satisfied that the s.mi Luke
Sheirburn is in actu.d confinement lor b* bt
and lor no other cause, and the raid Luke
Sheirburn having entered into bond-with
sufficient security lor his personal appear- ;
ance in Charles County Court, to answer !
such allegations as his cieditors may make I
against him : It is thereupon ordered and
adjudged, that the* said I vice Sheirburn he
discharged from iinprisoniuen*, an l that by I
causing a copy ot this order to tie inserted
in some oneol the newspapers edited in the
district, of Columbia, once a week lor two
months successively, before the third Mon
day of March next; he give notice to his
creditors to appear before the said court at
Charlestown in the said cnun:y, on the said
third Monday in March next, lor the pur
pose of recommending .1 trustee lor their
benefit, and fo‘ shew cause it any they
have, why the said Luke Slairburn should
not have the benefit ol t»ie several insolvent
laws ol this s'ate as prayed.
J est. JOHN BARNES,
Clerk ol Charles County Court,
antiary £3 th?m
Charles Comity Court,
AoVeuiber I'tnn. loi’O.
C>\r application to the Judges of Charity
t County Court, l>y petition in writing
ot Benjumin Freeman, of Charles county,
for the benefit ol the act of Assembly, tor
the relief of insolvent debtors, passed al
November session, 1805, ami the several
supplements thereto, on the terms mention
ed therein, a schedule ol his property, and
a list of bis creditors, on oath, so far as be
can ascertain, being annexed to hi ■ petition,
and being satisfied by competent ie-tiu*oi:\
th.it the said Benjamin Fieeir an has rrsidi >
two years immediately preceding the liun
of his application in the state ot MaiYland;
and bring also satisfied that the said benja
min Freeman is in actual confinement lot
debt, 3nd for no other cause ; .and the sail!
Benjamin Freeman having entered into bond,
viih sufficient security U«r Ids personal ap
pearance in Charles county Court, to an
swer such allegations as bis creditors 1003
make against Mini — If is iherelore or*b red
and adjudged, that the said Benjamin Free
man he discharged from imprisonment; aim
that by causing a copy ot Hus order to he
inserted in sotr.p one of the newspapers edi
ted in the District of Columbia, once a week
for two mouths successj* »*ly, !>• lore the third
Monday of March next, lm give notice to
his creditors to appear be tore the said ( mi* t,
at Charlestown, in the waid county, on the
third Mondaj in Mari h next. (or the pur
pose ot recommending a tiustee lor their be
nefit, and to shew cause, it any they have,
why the said Benjamin Freeman ‘hould not
have the Item fit of the several insolvent laws
of this state, as prayed.
’I,o, JOHN BARNES, CTI:.
january 12
Charles t 'oimfy t oiirt,
jVovembcr Term. 1820
CuN application to the judges ot Charles
r county court, by petition in writing ol
Zachariah Green, otCharl'-s county, fir the
benefit of the act ol assembly tor the relief
of insolvent debtors, passed al November
session, 1805, and the several supplements
thereto, on the terms mentioned therein, a
schedule of Ins property and a list of bis
creditors, on oath, so far as he can ascertain
them, being annexed to his petition; and
being satisfied by « ompetent testimony, that
the said Zachariah Green bus resided two
years immediately preceding the time of his
application in ihe snte ol Maryland, and
being also satisfied that Ihe said Zachariah
Green is in .actual confinement tor debt, and
t<’r no other cause, and the said Zachariah
Green having entered into bond with suffi
cient s« rurity lor his personal appearance
in ChaiDs county conn, to answer such alle
gations as his creditors may make against
him: It father* hr* ordered and adjudged
that the said Zachariah Green he discharged
from iinptfaonirent, and that by causing a
copy of this order t«» !e inserted in one ol
the newspapes edited in the district ol Co
lumbia once a week for two months success
ively, before the third Monday in March
next, to give notice to liis creditors to appear
before the said court at Charles Town, in
the said county, on the third Monday in
March nexC mr the purpose of recommend
ing a trustee for their benefit, and shew
cause, if any they have, why the said Zacha
riah Green should no* h<*ve the benefit ot
the several insolvent laws of this state, as
praved.
1e«te, JOHN BARNES Clerk.
ianuaiy 18___
Fifty Dollars Reward,
TOST from mv pocket, between the
A 7th and Uth instant, a Bed Morocco
Pocket Book, while hunting in Virginia,
either in Mason’s Neck or about Dr Pitt
Chichester’* ; containing some valuable pa
pers of n*> u«e to anv one hut myself, such
a* notes, orders. <\*c.
The above reward will he given by me
on delivery of the above Pocket Book, with
its contents, or the papers alone as above
mentioned. „ .
JOSEPH EDELEN, fun.
Piscataway, Md. Dec. 19 !m.
Charles County Court.
November Term, 182o*
OVapplication to the fudges of Chari"*
Count)' Court by petition in writing ol
William M'Conthie, of Charles CountJ*
tor the benefit of the art of assembly tor the
reliefoi insolvent debtors, passed at M*
session 18o5. and the several supplements
theieto, on the terms mentioned therein, a
schedule of his property, and a list of hi*
creditors oif oath, solar at he can ascet
tain them. being annexed to his petition
and being satisfied by competent testimony
that the :said William M’Conrbie has re
sided two vears immediately preceding
time ol hi? application, in the state ol Ma
ryland, and being aiso satisfied that the
said William M’Conchie is in confinement
fer debt and for no other cause, and the
said William M’Coucliie having entered in
to bond with sufficient security tor his per
sonal appearance in Charles County Court,
to answer such allegations as his creditors
may make against him : It is thereupon
ordered and adjudged, that the sa'd >' ll
liam M’Concbie be discharged trom impri
sonment. and that by catisii g a copy of this
order In be inserted in some onfroftlie
newspapers edited in the district otColum
Ilia, once a week for two mouths sJbcces
sively before the third Monday in March
next; he give notice to his cieditors to ap
pear before the said court at Charlestown,
in the said county, on the said third Mon
day in March next, for the purpose ol re.
commending a trustee for their benefit, and
to shew cause if any they have, why wc
said William M Conchie should not have tnfe
benefit ol the several inssolvent laws of this
state as prayed.
Test. JOHN BARNES.
Clerk of Charles County Court.
January 2,5 th2ins
Oitules County Court,
A or ember Term, 1820.
ON application to life judges ot Charles
county, by petition in w riting of he
nelm Si. ( Inir. nt Charles County, tor the
benefit of ilie* act of as®embl}' lor the relief
of insolvent debtor*, passed at November,
1805, anti the several supplements therein,
on the terms mentioned therein, a schedule
of his property, and a list of his creditor*
on oath, so far as lie can ascertain them, be
ing annexed to hi.® petition, and being satis
fiei.l by competent testimony ll.al ti e sai l
keneirn S'. Clair has resided two years im
rnediately prereeding the time ol hi® aj pli
cation in the state ol Maryland, and being
also satisfied tlial the said Kenelm St. Ci,nr
is in actual confinement lor debt, and lor
na.oiher cause,,Rhd the said Kc'nelm St.
Clair having entered into bond, wiib
ci» nt set uiiiy, lor hi? personal appearance
in Charles County Court, to answer st< h
alligations a? his creditors may make a
gain«t him : Jl is therefore oidercd Mid ad
judged, that tin said Kehelm St. I lair In
discharged from imprisonment, and that l y
causing a copy of this order to he it;?* rr« I
in some one of the newspapers «ci;t»d in tie
district ol Colombia, mice awerl. fertvo
months successively, before the lir. t Mon
day in March n^xl, for ll < purpose <>l re
commending a trustee for their l enefit. and
to shew cause, if any tiny have, why tie
said Kenetm Si. C:air fhould not ii.tr« th •
benefit ol the several insnir nt laws ol ibis
state as prayed.
Teste. JOHN RARNTS,
Clerk of Charles County ( curt.
January 12 12m
Charles Countv Court,
jVuvt.mber 'J'irm, 1820.
("\N application to Ihe judges ol Charles
./County Court, by petition in writing of
Samuel Amerg, ol ’Charles County, lor the
benefit ol the art ot assembly for the relief
of insolvent debtors, passed at November
session, 1805, and the several sunph .'nHits
thereto, on the terms mentioned therein, a
schedule of his property and a list ol his cre
j ditors, on oath, so far as lie cat) ascertain
them, being annexed to his petition; and
being satisfied by ct mpetrnt testimony that
I the said Said Samuel Ailing has resided two
years immediately preceding the time ol his
application in the .-fate of Maryland; end
being also satisfied that the said Samuel A
merg is iti aciual confinement lor debt, and
lor no other cr.me; and the ‘aid Samuel
Amerg having entered into bond with suffi
cient security for his personal appearance in
Charles County court, to answer such alle
gation as hi® creditors may make against
him: It is therefore order* d and adjudged,
that the said Samuel Amerg he discharged
from imprisonment; and that by causing a
copy of thi® order tube inserted »n seme me
of the newspapers edited in the district ol
Columbia, once a week for two months suc
cessively before the third Monday ol March
next, he give notice to his creditors to ,ap
pear before Ihe said court, at Charlestow n,
on the s tid third Monday in March next, for
the purpose of recommending a trustee for
their benefit, and to shew cause if any Ihry
have, why tin* said Samuel Amerg should
n.»t have the benefit of the sevi ra 1 insolvent
law® of Ibis slate, as prayed.
Teste, JOHN RARNES,
Clerk of Charles C unty CouH.
January 12 f2w
Twenty Dollars K*-ward;
RAN AW AY from the subscriber at Paf
naby, Prince George’s County, Mary
land. on the ?2d inslant, a net* •• man named
JAMHS about tvvpnty five y»; rs old, five
feet three or four inches big*;, very bla«k
stutters when talking lias uncommonly laige
and flat feet—his clothing an old blue home
made coat, light and old pantaloon? of the
same manufacture, old si oes and stockings,
a tolerably good hat. Jan vs is a rretly got d
shoemaker: it i1- most likely he will attt n pt
to go to n Mr. Cox, near Chorlrf*svil!e, V ,r
i gima. where he has a v. i!p. 'I he above re
ward r>ill be paid.mo matter where taken.
OTIIO W. CALLIS

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