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Leaves arc growing pale,—
S.id proofs of summer’s rteetncis?;
Flowers begin to full
A ml lose their blooming sweetness;
(.'hilling vapours breathe
Their plaintive sighs before us.
Ami beauty fades Iron) all beneath
Trie sky that darkens o’er us.
Oil! that auglit so fair
Snould fur a season perish!
But they leave no abate
With hopes that mortals cherish;
Nay; the llowcrs shall bloom
With spring, renew their gladness.
And above their transient tomb
Shall leave no trace of sadness.
Melancholy weaves
Her subtle texture o'er them,
Vet in mercy leaves
A train of hopes befoic them.
Happy were the boon
To our (lark path extended;
For the charm that breaks so soon
Is aye and ever ended!
Stay; ’tis vain to sing
The wane of human brightness,
Though there be no spring
To bring again its lightness.
I.et the blossom go
Till Time renews their gladness;—
The harp of Autumn should not llovv
To Life’* reluctant sadness.
From live Kentucky Reporter*
Teas'—A Cobler there was, and lie lived in a stall.
A Soldier there was, and he lived, as they say.
When we had with the Indians the devil to pay;
Ho set to, and soundly lie thrash’d them, and then
Sept them home, there to live as become honest men.
Derry down.
The-British were next, and to Orleans they came.
And swore they’d sack all. and put all in a llatne;
lint Old Hickory show’ll them a new trick or two,
And taught the ted coats whit the rifle could do.
Derry down.
1< or these deeds, the soldier well merited praise,
And his country repaid him in hearty huzzas,
And said that his glories would ne’er be forgot,
Who fought like an angel and swore like old Scott.
Derry down.
I’.-oufl of martial success, lie resolv'd on a place
In Congress, wlu-re sure he put on n grave face;
But soon found that a Soldier, hs we say ofowls,
Cuts a pitiful figure among better fowls.
Derry down.
For a Hero is always allow’d to he dull,
As his greatness depends on the weight of his scull;
Hence Wellington, Nelson, and Snwarrow too,
Were as stupid as tings, but for heroes would do.
Derry down.
And this their old masters could well understand,
Who call’d them, when butchery work was in hand;
But when wisdom was needful to govern the realm,
They bid Pitt or Canning stick fast to the helm.
Derry down.
Now it chanc’d that the President’s (dace vacant fell,
And his friends said Old Hick’ry would fill it op well;
So he gaped fo." the prize and had snatch’d it away.
But they stopt up his jaws with a tough piece of Clay.
Deny down.
But another election is coming apace.
And his friends put him forward to try a new race;
For nature, they say, cut him out for the place,
Aui wonderful wisdom is matk’d in his fare.
Derry down.
Fm his jaws, like Don Quixote’s are half a yard long,
And like the gond knight, lie mistakes right for wrotn*;
In this he is apt to i.iuke blunders, and when
i'ou acquit a man, swears that you meant to condemn.
Derry down.
He took Spanish barracks for true Indian quarters,
And took better men than himself for deserters;
He took things not existing for matters well known.
And once took another man’s wife for his own.
Derry down.
When the brains are once gone, the man Hies, without doubt,
But llirk'ry survives though his bruins are all out;
And hence it is that he finds mom in his head,
Derry down.
For all these good qualities choose him—and soon
llis deeds, as his looks, will present a baboon,
Who plac’d on a ladder, as Bufl'on recounts,
Shews the more his hind parts as the higher he mounts.
Derry down.
Yr freemen who wish to remain sreh indeed.
Turn nut and .insist this poor soul in his need;
I.et the mao stay at home and improve his estate,
Kdough for the pittance of sense in his pate.
Derry down.
Clover Hill toy .Lease.
"'fflT’ILL bo offered for lease on the premises, to (be
V V highest bidder, on Thursday (be I.vth day of
IJoveraber next, if fair, it" not (lie next fair day there
after, that well known eland Clover Hill TaXtrn,
situated in the extreme western point of thu County
<■; i’rince Edward, and on the main western road, a~
lung which the Richmond and Lynchburg stages pass
daily (except Stiudavs,1) ttvcnty-tliee milc3 below the
latter town.—This establishment has been erected at
considerable expence, having all necessary bouses,
which are nearly new and in good repair. The situ
ation is very healthy and the stand not inferior to any
in the section of country in which it is located
Oct, eo—8t
Sale of Land under Trust Deed.
ON Monday, thu Ivltli day of November next ensiiine,
beln« Louisa court-day, if fair, or tlte next fair day,
by virtue of a trust deed ex> rute.d by Charles I. Fox, which
iit>» record in tiic clerk's office of Louisa county, to Archi
bald 1 uylotj Archibald Riyce, Jr. and the undersigned,
i idicr of whom may act, I shall, at Louisa Court-house,
• xpose to public sale, to the highest bidder, for ready money,
h i&t, piece or parcel of land allotted to said Charles I.
lY,s in tii« division of the laud of his father, John Fox,
r't c’d, of said county. This Inml ties *>n Ct.h Creek, in the
<'» mty of Louisa and not very far From Gardner’s Tavern,
Thu number of acres is not now recollected, but may be
ascertained uy reference to the division, which i<* of record
i.i :hc- clcik's office of I-ouisa. It is said to be of very
good quality. Acting as trustee, such title as is vested in
me. by the aforesaid deed, will bs math? to the purchaser.
TllOalAS n CP.ENSIIAW, Trustee.
O .a 6
OflTcrs to liis customers and the
P'.iMic generally, a complete assortment
«<r r - i, Jt/lUUS, .VKDICLS’ES,
7’.S’, OI1.S. Arc. Szc. a t the Sign
of the IJiacc Boy and Mortar, ftlnj
ket Bridge, Richmond, Va. Haviii"
7 recent y made an arrangement with a
I»ri gg,i«.t in Nrw York of great expert
er.ee, to select and forward by almost
every arrival of the regular Packers,i
soi h Mfcdicines as are wanting, he con. j
i ftdctitly recommends Ibcm a? genuine
i?and fresh, and as his wish is quick sale, i
»• 'Vi!! be 3afi»npfl with mo(!cr*i|p prrtil^
Country Merchants particularly, arc requcst"d to rail )
a f.d ex imine h is M trek for tItem■ad v««; wliirh for quality and
Cheapness of price, be has no doubt ivsil be found Satisfac- !
J’.eecrijitions pot up tvilh neatness, fidelity and despatch, i
at all times of t»..- day and n'-*h*.
**r- •*- i->. .
JWfgceHancoug Department.
Of the Lite vVr. Samuel slysworth, assistant I.ibrari- !
tin ut the British Museum.
One dav, according to tin: rules of his ollico ns As- !
distant Librarian to the Uiitidi Museum, he attended!
through that grand magazine of curiosities a paity ol
ladies and gentlemen, all of whom, except one lady, i
irere disposed to be highly pleased with what they ;
saw; and really would have been so. if this capricious 1
lair one had not dnmpt their gratification with such I
exclamations as these; “Ob! trumpery! coine along; 1
see nothing worth looking at.” This lady being the
handsomest of the group, Mr. Aysworth, (who, although
an old bachelor, was a great admirer of beauty,) at
first fixed upon her as Ids temporary favourite, but soon
had reason to transfer his paiticular attention to ano
!her, less handsome hut more amiable. On her con
tinuing a similar strain of exclamations, attended with
correspondent looks and demeanour, he turned to
wards her and said, “My sweet young lady, -what pains
vou kindly take to prevent that line face of yours from
killing half the beaux in Lut.dou!”-and then directed
tiis conversations, explanatory of the d.iiercnt obiects
before them, to the set t of the parly.
So much influence, however, had she over her
companions, that, beaten as the round was to the
worthy and instructive librarian, sho caused him to
finish it considerably sooner than was cither pleading
to his mind or convenient to the stale and ponde
rosity of his body. While in the last room, just he :
fore he made his parting bow, addressing himself to:
her with <J;at suavity of manner which was so pecu
liar to him, he smiling said, “Why, what across lit- j
lie puss you arc-! Nothing pleas.-j you. Here are!
tea thousand curiosities and valuable things brought I
.it avast expenso from all parts of the world, and vou
turn up your nose at the whole of them. Do vou j
think with these airs that that pretty face will ever get
| a husband? Not if be knows y ou half an hour first. |
Almost every day of my life, and especially when at- j
j lending ladies through these looms, j regret being an
Id bachelor; for 1 see so many charming, good tem
j poted women, that I tcproach myself for not tiying to
i persuade ouo of them to bless me with her company.
I H«tl cant’t fall in love with you, and I’ll honcsllv tell
! you that 1 pity the man that dor s; for 1’tn sure you’ll
plague him out of his life.”
j During this singular valedictory speech, (delivered
with so much pleasantry that even the reproved could
not take ofience at it.) the gentleman who was of the
party, looked now at the speaker, and then at the lady,
with considerable emotion, but said nothing; while she
called up no small portion of lightning into a fine pair
! of dark eyes, and some trancicnt flushes of it into her
cheeks, and then with her friends, (whoaffably wished
their candid Cicerone a good morning) withdrew.
borne what more than a year afterwards on going
; the same round again, our honest friend was particn
: larly pleased with one lady of the party; and that otic
. being prettiest, be contrived, according to his wonted
custom, to pay her the most particular attention. Ite
tspcctfully inquisitive respecting every object which
time allowed her to notice, she asked a number of ques
tions and most willingly,
“He taught the lovely f.tirnnc all he knew,"—
’ while in the most engaging manner, she drew tire attention
I of her friends to many curiosities which they otherwise
I would ha ve passed by unobserved. In short, ns good ISishop
j Handle says, she “bring disposed to be pleased with every
( thing, every thing conspired to please her.” Nor was less
J pleased her worthy and benevolent guide, who while lie
| was contemplating the beauties of nature contemplated
• not only the charms of her person, hot also those of her
' mind. At length “the wonder ended.” He was about to
! make his best bow, when the fascinating fair one with a:i
j arch smile, (looking him rather askew in the luce,) asked
{him whether he remembered her? *‘.\o madam,” said he,
j “but shall not easily forget you.” Then linking her arm
j with that of a gentleman who was of the party, she asked
. in the same engaging manner whether hi remembered him?
j To which he replied, “Ire thought he did; but the gentleman
i looked better than when he saw him before.” “Now, Sir,”
! said she, “don’t you recollect or.ee, in this room, giving a
! lady, who was pleased with limiting, and displeased with
; every thing, a siuai t lecture for her cap: ice and ii! temper?”
j “Yes, madam, I do.” “Well Sir, I am that Indy; or, 1
| should rather say, 1 was; l'or you have been the means of
I making me a totally different being to what I then e. as—
j and I am now come to thaolcyou for it. Vour half in t^sr
' and half in earnest mode of reproof, caused me to know
myself; and was of far more use than a!J that had been
; done before, in correcting a spoilt temper. This gentleman
| was my husband, and is equally indebted with myself for
' the service you have rendcml.”
Dancing.—The Virginia Visitor contains a com
munication, under the classical signature cf “Achore
) tion”, denouncing the atnirscrneal of dancing. There are
strange distinctions made in tbi< wot Id between differ
i ent kinds of exercise. No one, wc believe, has as
! yet discovered any immorality in skating' or ruouin<r
for exercise, but-as the age becomes more refined, we
shall probably have moral laws passed against these
i amusements also. Is there any immorality in a man’s
jumping over a fence twenty times pnurp.tssr.r Ic tnns
— we presume not;—lake away the fence then, ami let
the man jump away m miicli as before:—is this wick
ed? Are the muscles unprincipled and tlic feet immor
al? No—Let this motion be performed with ease and
grace—do they render w icked what was before inno
lint then «he fidJL*—who! can be said in apology
for tho fiddle? To he sure (here in nothing unprinci
pled in the flowing mane of a noble steed, hut pluck
the hairs from the mane, and weave them into afi in*--,
for the fiddle-bow, and lo! they become instrument”.”(
evil. The case then appears to stand this—a man may
hop, ski;v jump or mu without music, and no harm is
done—but if be do this gracefully, and keep time wiHi
the notes of (he fiddle, lie is guilty of abomination Hut
when the fair and tin'young assemble in the choei ful
ness of innocence and “mix in (lie mazy dance ’’which
gives elasticity to the form and rosy health to the cheeks"
tlmy offend against the laws of morality. This is the
only inference to be dtnwn, for if jumping and hopping
bo wicked in lfieinselir<, frog9 and grasshoppers aie in
a bad way. fcjo much for dancing. — [,/V. Y. Courier.
Ilinvhj, l:ko nature’s fai:c?t flowers, blooms to ho
gazed a! and admired by the passing multitude. The
beautiful woman seldom, if ever, finds bnpptnc s cither
in the company of (litlcumir untalentcd admirers._
The one mbs tier of her nitm.i! giffs—rnakirrg her for
; get llie feelings of humanity, esteem, and sincere love
— lit build her future hopes and happiness on the bloom
ofhor cheek; the other makes' her ridiculous by over
tilling her acquirements, because she is a beautiful
woman. The man of talent spurns the idee, of strut
j agem, 1o obtain the off. clionsr f a woman he maj hive
1—he will not sacrifice ins feelings or his good sen a to
: the degrading resort of byprocisy—but will at once a
vow his love, with ail the ardor of his noble mind,
: without shading l»U confessions with the colors of a.Tcc
; tation.
Slanderers.—Those who propagate evil reports, fr,>
jqur.ntly invent them; and it is no breach of o'-aritv to
! suppose Ibis to to always ti c case; because oornnnj
! who spreads detraction would hive scrupled to produce '
j it: end ho » ho should diffuse poison 1.1 a brook, would !
! scarce he acquitted of a malicious design, though he j
| should allege, that he leccived it of another who is doing
the same eisru here.
Shame. — Shame is a great rc.-lr.aint upon rimers,
at first: but that soon tails off, and when men have once
lost their innocence, their modesty is n it likely »v be
troublesome to them: fur impudence comes on with v:c<\
and grows up with it. Lcscr vices do not banish ah
shame and modesty; hut great and abominable crimes
harden men’s foreheads, and make them shameless—
IV hen men hare the heart to do a very bad tiling, they
seldom want the face to he ir it out.
S/crp.—Sleep has often been moot ior.c las the im
age of death; “so like it,”sajs bir Thomas Drown, ‘ that
I dare not trust it without my praters,’’ Their resem
blance is indeed striking and apparent; they both, when
they seize the body leave the soul at liberty, and wise is
ne that remembers of both, tbV. '.lit \ r.,m he made safe
gr;d happy only by rir'.ue,
Idleness istlic hot hi.i of temptation, the ctadlu u(
disease, ami the canker worm of felicity. In a little ;
time, tn the man who has nn «tnplot tnent, life will!
haw no novelty, mi l when novultx i* laid in the grave. j
the funeral of comfuil will etilet the church yard.;
From that moment it is the sha.li*, and nut the man,!
it ho creeps along the path of iiioitality. On Iho.cuu
traiy, what solid satisfaclien does the mail of diligence
possess? What health in h s countenance? What
strength in his limits? What vigor in his understo;.,!
mij? With what a nest does he rehsh the refreshments j
of ihedaj? With what pleasure dues heseik the bed!
of repose at night? It is not the accidental hardness
of a pillow that can make him unhappy, and rob him :
of sleep. Me earns his maintenance and enjoys it. j
lie has faithfully labored m the day, and the slumbers 1
of the night are a sweet retribution to him. To the !
diligent mau every day is a little life, and every main
is a little heaven.*—The toil has been honcat and the ;
1 retrai.1 is sure.
1 N virtue of a Weed of trust i mm uteri the full day of May ;
la by Wade Mushy the elder, and Susannah hi-!
wife, to tin* Mitiscrila-r and others, wiiirh dee. 1 is ofreroid i
iu the clerks* oltices of the enun’y ctmits <>; the counties of i
Henrico and Powhatou, I shall sell in trout of the I.'a-lc
Hotel in the city of Richmond, on Monday, the lGt!i°ofl
Decembci next, tit 1 J oVlnck, the following property named !
in said deed, vits. one-ninth of the iuteiest owned f.y Wadr I
Mosby, Jr. iu a certain parrtl of hmd lying near the Oh: j
■Market house, on Main street, in ti.e city of Uiehmaud !
and for which a suit is new pending in the snpciior couit
of law far lieitrico comity.— Also, all the interest the >aid '
Wade Mostly the elder, has in a claim to a tract of land [
of between 5 and G000 acres, lyiv- on t! e Ohio river, i.e
tween the mouths of Uig S.iu.ly and r.iiih- Sat.tiv me,-,
in the county of Greenup and State of lv. murky. Toe!
whole of tiiis laud in first rate bottom Ini. 1, m.d 1 have no
doubt a great bargain may be hour hi in U.
'I r.liMS — G, 12 and 18 nim.l!:? credit, bonds with un
proved security, au.l it deed of tru,t on the piopeity to
sfciue the payments. 1 will convey only such title as
vesieil in me as trustee.
Oct 10th, 1827.—I8t \VM. W. MOSB V, Tnisfre.
Of valuable ./'tines Hirer /sunt, f.ijnchburtf Pmncri•/, '
JYigrocs, «S,T. (out <t Ohinufuet’tring 01 ill.
5’N puisuancr of the Inst will and testament of Wist. Cal', i
- dec* W’c, as i:\cctil.is. will expose tn public sale, on tin
ptemiscs, on Monday ihe’Jihh day nf November next, that
j highly valuable ti act of land, lying in the routines «.i Am
i heist and Campbell, which the laic Wm. Halt died posses*
| sed of. I he In in! lies adjoining on each side of the James 1
i Kiver, and is cultivated as one Plantation The cunutity i
; ol land on the Amherst side of the 1 Liver is C07J acre*; of!
which i8’> acres are valuable Ilivcr a ini Greet* low-ground;.
I A Manufacturing Mill, Saw Mill, Dwelling House for the '
| Miller, are built on Stovall’s Creels, which runs tiuot jh the ;
| upper part of this land, anil are as valuable as any Mill |
1 property in the uppei rntintry—the htiilding and machinery
; bavin ; cost upwards of .f JO/.100 The land on the Cam;.'- !
boll side rf the Kiver contains GOA acres', of which Til acres ;
I are low-grounds. On this land there is an inexhaustible i
| bed of limestone, which has been used in building the Mill, j
! as ;s of excellent quality for building, or as n manure fm
; land. !t is contemplated to sell the land in the follow], - ’
j parcel.-:—On the Amherst side, 1st —All the land below
| fjtovall’s Check, containing about 17f: 1 acres in one lot. ]
| da !—The Amherst Mills, Saw Mill, hud Dwelling House. -
• with ldj acres of land attached iu atioii.fr lot. Cl—The •
land a bo\ c Stovall s C. reck, cant a inirg L. 1 a ties in a ut .titer [
lut. And lastly——The land in Caft pbeli will he sold iu a j
lot to itself. — We deem it umjccc .*my to ri.-e a minute
. d.esciiption ot the laud, as we hope persons disposed to pur- !
. coast* will satisfy themselves hy a personal observation,
i The land liosbicn for a series < fyeais under a |r?:-1, state I
, of culm alum, is very fe.tile and nro-luces large crops of!
beat, earn and tobacco, anil wo believe more general!*.' ■
! taken with clover than any land on the Kiver. A crop of j
i M boat veil! be sown ;:t the usual time, and a charge made
i lor it to the purchaser, suck as may be deemed reasonable.
1 . 'JLS°'
v. 1.1 be sold iit the same time and place, all the ncroes
| attached to said Plantation, being about GO in ne.uher,
: among them tire 1 valuable cooper.-; the balance excellent
neld hands., including men, women uuri child,tat.
j , .7 LSO,
\\ ill he -»11,1 the stocks of home-, cattle, sheep and hogs,
witii all the plantation utensils, am! tile crons of corn fod
: tier, ire.
[ *
! On Mini ! ly the 5th day ol Dec. costting. will Ire exposed
to public sale, in the town of Lynchburg, the following real
Dilate, belonging to Wm. (Jail’s L’-Uotr, v.z: A wooden
Tenement fronting on Main Street, and rn.mii g back on
..ater street, L*'f fret—also two new brick Tenements, i
f.outing on Water street *14 J feet and runuiii:' bark 82 1 l
‘t—also 'J building lots, homing each on Water ftrect U'i '
feet; the rear of one of the l< ts running op to Third street, I
*11 ! r ot the Mason*’ Hall, and fronting on tlr.it o-v feet.
Ait this property is sub! for the benefit of the residuary '
.eg.itees oft.ie tie \t m. Galt, and tin; sale will l*e po*ilive. I
As few opportunities of this kind are offered to purciiaseis,'
i hope those disposed to invest their funds te valuable real
: Estate, w ill view this property, which will be shown to
them by Mr. John Kulluek in Lynchburg, or by Mr. J.-.hn
Vest, who resides on the Plantation. The properly has
been all recently surveyed, and the Plats for the same are
J with the subscribers, and will be shown to any one who
, will call and see them, and any information known to us
! respecting the property will be readily given. The sale
"id he continued at the Plantation from (lav lo day, until
.til tin* property is soul, and in the ev»*:it of rain preventin',
the sale on the day advertiitd, it v.LI t-i.j place on il.e
r..„t iiltt day thereafter.
I'm the land in Amherst and Campbell and the Mills, cup
ilf'.h of the purchase money in hand, or a negotiable note
therefor, payable at GO days with interest, the l.alanre
payable in equal annua! instalments of !, J, 11 and ■’ ' em-,
1 he negroes w ill he sold for cash. Tito storks of Ho:-e*,
(vTc. with the crops ofcont, Ac. will be sold on a credit of i J
months, rlie purchaser giving bond with approved security
lur all stuns of .450 anti upwards; under that sum c::*!i will
he requite I. Tin* o.npcrty in Lynchburg u ill he sold lor
n:.e fonrtli lire pnrch ise money in hand,or a negotiable note
therefor, at 60 day wita intc.vst; the balance i f the pur
chase money payable in etjaal instalment*, of fi, j ant! |;;
months—the purchasers of the real cs'etc, in each ca«e
giving a deedYf trust on the property to recti.o the payment
of the purchase money.
Kept. "ft.
'1'iit? Lynchburg
until lire da v nf -
Vf.M. CAL’
Virginian will
• A Sc > Kx'ors of Win.
, > Galt, dec.
.. . ,2if' !
■ »'ff tun • vpilisrfnnit |
•** *»' **rfo us then. I
J. ALLAN, f Kx'vrtt, !
w. HALT. S See. !
• •t ru.os, h.ihlci} in the* f T1* . office of Ibo sujiprinr
court ofcbnnccrv ror (tie iliuhtnuud dtitiicl, the J;id i
day of July, |
Daniel J. Justice, ..... »/{,
Jertnan Y. Stokes and .lovcph ft. Clarke, . tiffs.
i he defendant Joseph S- Clarke, not oaring enit reil:
!iis appearance and given sccorit) according if; the act
of assembly and the rules of this com f. and it op; rar^>
ing by fia»j«faetory evidence, he is notan inhnhi-l
tnrit of tins count.y; it i. ordered. mat the said defen
dant do appear hero f>n the fus! day of the next teno
••"-I answer the bill of tor phrntiu; and that 3 copy of
tins order bo fo'lb.vi'h in-ot l>..1 in '-owe newspaper pub
lished m the ci y ot llieluaond, for two months »i;n
crssively, an I po-.ted a* the front door of ihe Capitol, in
the sain' city.
b3 A copy. Tf sfe, V* M. W. nr.Nf.Xfi, c. c.
fuiGl Yf.
.»t ru!»*;', holden in tlio clerk’s office of the superior j
court of chancery for the Richmond di.frict, the Ufnd i
(j«y of July,
.John llnmrr. ...... of/. i
(tcorge I lomerfcll, and Daniel Moiling and David do
morft If, .... , dfts. ;
Ttic defendants not having entered their appearance;
and given security according to the net of assembly
and the rules of this court, and it appearing by satisfac
tory evidence, that they arc no! inhabitants of this noun-:
try/ if is ordered, that the said dcf< ndaxtfs do appear!
Iir re on the tint <lny ot (lie next term and answer tliel
bill of the plaintiff; and Hint a copy of tins order la; j
forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in (lie!
city of Richmond, for two months .icccs«ivclv, and
ported at the fiont door of the cnpitol, in the said e.ty. '
>■ : • r;,,. 7’, m yy\j. v\ j-r.yjyr; r .... I
Tobacco Planters.
A ' ‘ ' ,M * !"■'' " ‘II ■>.' pJl’Sl’Il'i'tl In 1 JirNt .Ml , i
tlic * agiiiia I.ifslaUne, jwnyina that the in.-i’eetois of
ll ^ ■'••‘ImI.Is1 -J, Dll.lit I'll Il<[liil ill illVjlCClillg
loaacco, in break it ill I nn |iaiN ul i-.ich h- .
•1:1 ‘'ri-or In iluteot tin: mauy im .I.iiiinus : i:icti-f<| ill '
• • ' ; • certain War.- *, «... re «.kU ,
am connived at, u 11 -1 iiiiric in i»fu*.ed to t.\ j
Tobacco in diicIi places », they .nt . 1 t.i 1,
<lia>L*is, mav I e miji; .v , ,i.
g«n»t <9 ,.
PitiGtiVL h
At lull's, bidden ill tlie cTri! \ iiIVi.ii. nf (• . j. rnvil !
of elmnrcry for t*ie Kin.miond O'. iii_t, tne id ..... ,•
July, Iodic J
The Mutual A - mranrc >• ... ,,i. .• r,, : ; • ,(.
the t?tate of* ii'^ir.: i, - . . u
Mnryarot Adums widow c.f Jobn \dams,.’ '.J.': 715 .
a ini ->. 11 y .i. his w iin, ill a 1.4 a mi l*i Kt*i!..? .1 j;,.l,lh , ,
F’i.:n his wife, Burivi II It. .Moseley and l’a'-y \V. hi,
"’iff, r.ouis.i Ail.nn... Ji lin . Adams, Ifid.aii li.Aiiiny
a :n! hlvii a Ada u; , II;. a a 1.' A. mis, l>i-urge I'ollard nr.i
Mary i’. his wife, In.ns C. Adams, Samuel U. Adam ,
t.coiya IV. Ad.in, , Thomas Adams and (.’ailtariu*;
A ..mis, (lecu^e At. C.1 irin mu, llirharii A Caiiiu-.iou,
John t ari'in"te.ii ami I.iitfebei ry Carrington and U!i
:m his wife, Wihiiiu !). Taydni- and Kih'.a J. his wife,
and ! ii.M.ias .Mai. hall, Jehu A. Smith, Thoma . A. Smith 1
and Adiii (huiii ’.K'il >i.1 i:I;, Surah S. .. .1 ';n ,1 .Ma: hi V.
Sn;:till fa 111 child ten ui lli-oi ft: Win S luilh lie yoi nnm,
deed, TubiiJia Adams tmd K f 1 (I. Adams, a
11. A.lama, a j.eisiui i f on a.iti ! min I l.v 1'. I.iun. 1 Chiis•
tiaii her (■■.•J'.ii.it!a.-. .Vh.i (1 Smith. .'.dm )*. Inn* .011 at. i
Amirov, ftf.r .-.mi, ami the 1'., h-e.t, llire.uois an.;
tionijia :.y ,.f Sl.e Haul of the United .'•dates, ' .
rhe« *!id:ilit uas A•
nje.eai Mae a • .1 . .. n sm' n.lv ncc • 1.5 i u.» to 1 art nf
a .-eiribly - tin i • ruh'S of tuis enurt, and it am .: iri: •; by ,
sat; ... 1. y evidence, that ha i. itm 11 ii.hahh.njt of thi '
cm.nr-y; U U <*:(!*•• ref, t!s«t •* s u! iMcuiUw.t i?o aj.jvai
; • . . ' . ■
c, .iia | .aii,,:.. ; an.; a 1 ; t.f ii;i> oulei lie lmliiv it!i
uisern • 1 ' 1 . >; ; i 1 1 1 the Wty tif Iticli
1:101 •* *wo ' if : .vt !v, .im' 'lusted at the l..u.t
door id ihe itapiinl, in t!m said ri:y.
<i.> A eojiv. 'IV<v, iI t;
/.”. JTF.v/.vr;, r r.
/ IfiGI.YLl:
.1 I U .«■>, llO..it'll ill ti't r (I o! ; j.-1»j. Jr.nilt
orohaiK.^v f,.f i:.,- ,i: trkr, tin> bhi day <i
I’eter Coitntii, - . „ _ jj -i
■' lomon at ' . Al!«. ' Chul b, K belt (!. S ••
and Win. U’. - _ Jtftr.
'i'lii' (*» fi aidants f-'id mu in in. d h’.ic.-s A :i, u at hr..;:,
enlcri-i lanir app-arano: <:i.d givt n security accotdir -. to
t!.e art of assembly ami thu r:;‘-s <>(' this oouit, an.'i it
appearing by satistnrtoiy evidni.-e, that they an: not iti
hitants ('I t!.:s cnunt-ry; it is Oidcri'd, that the s i<,| .
da tits tin apjicii r heie on the first day c* the nivst trim at
ni.si -rf 1 .!•: stipploinriit.il l)i.1 of the p!ain tilt; and that a
copy oj tuts aider !;o forthwith insetted ill sume news;
published in t!:ii city ol Rii hinoi.d, for two months sun :
^ a’ly. m».I posted .it the irmtt clotji- .it the ;.d, ..i the
raid city.
a c.ijty. t .<•*, v, ::. \v. n::.\ixr;. c. c.
d* rtili », hc.-f u in t:n: 1 oil. ‘*i' -11 i*j* the Ft’:*:*;;
of ciiaueriy for t!,.: !t i<_Ii Hit • :ifl .ii.-tliet, the ij;h
August, l'.'JT:
Joint W. Sini:h,
nun 5 m t
William D. Tayh .• and i;ii.-.:i Ids wife, \vb.» vr:
o iittia'-. i :u uuis (I. —irshal!, John J. Alursh
‘•••vin !.ni u.Ioy a nd I. ary '.!. Lis wife, who w:
M. Marshall, heirs n< William Marshall, dtv’d,
uay i .
s Lucy
Tho dcfon.lat.tti IMivi • lhn id. y and Lucy .M. his w in-,
tun bavins entered i;u ir a p pent a tire and ;vcn sn.Mirltv i
according to tin* act of asMnnb'.y and the iu: > of this
ronrt, at,!, it a ; '. -: .I;... ; : y satisl i«;; tt* y c vide nets that <.: y
air not imi iluiau;, . this r-nnltry; it is mtiered, that i »
• •lid d:'!end;iu*s do appear l.fir r-.i the ■ 1st dov it t .•
iu-.\! trini atm ni.. v. rr 11;1'..! o! the niniiitirT; a,-..i .t a
copy of this imicr hr forthwith inserted in
publishi i . • i ib nil; ul lliclmt ; , or in > mouths ■ -
sive.y, and posted at the: front (ioor of the capital, in ;i
said i tty.
C'.l A copy. Teste, JVm. JJ\ II F.YLYG, r. r.
At rules, IroU.-n in the cleric’s cilice of the sn::i>ii.>r coat:
<1 cli.ir.rcry fur the ilichtnnnd district, the (ith J,v (:
Atit'iist, i:: >7;
Lewis Wmgfit!, - _ _ j .
Joseph Carter, Kcni.-tinitt Carter and f.nisdon Carter, / >.
Ti-e defendant Joseph Csti ter, not having entered his
appearance and given security in-cording tn the art
assembly and tar rides of lid - < our!, and it appendin' by
'• itulactery evidence, that lie is not an inltntriton: of i:,j5
couutiy: a h order. I, that the said defendant do ap-ear
heir on the fist .lay of the t.e.'tt term :,»d answer the It i'll , .
the nlaintiit; an t that a copy of this mder be forthwith
inserted m s. ne newspaper published in tii- r'::v id IT
" » '■ fcMwn njonihs snreessiv. !y,an 1} led at
dot'.' ni tt:a capited, in the slid citv.
C3 A copy. Teste, l/Ti. ’ll’. ZJ/'L.VfA.vy, r. r.
i 'JJlOl VJA:
At rules, liolden it) (he cU-rVs cfd.cc of the superior
court of chancery fur the •L.hincnd di'-hiel. ::V ’rid
day of .Tuly. 1
John Carl, ... o
»S^lt . '
Silns I raves a ltd 11.ram 1 .■,.<>m v. tnctehnn! - a;;J -rnrUitta
n.tJt-’r ttic uttn ci li.ryei and IjO^trtcr
The tfcfrnd.int Hiram JV.otncr, n r bavin ; cufoted
:■ 3 appearance an 1 ent ity act
of assembly au«! lire tulon of lid < court, and .rttr
bv satisfactory evidence, (h i hois an inhabitant vi
ti.is country; i( is ordered, Shat tire said defendant do
appeer bore on the lit-1 d .v of the ne.M form nr. • r... v. e;
‘i'C bill ot lire pit:int:(!'; nt:d that a co;.v ol ths;; , • :
forlhiviilr inrcrlei] in home tuv.v-paper • ;;! j;^,t. j . .
C,*V ' •’ Kichnvrad, for lim trronits sue -*jvc.'v, and
ported at the (iisnt'h >r of th-t* capital rn lire said eitr.
('■ i A enr v. Teste, H \V. HK.M.N’t;, c e. *
» • (Hi (*'? (% 1:
At rt >s hol.lrn in the clerks office of the so: erior r< i:i'
of eh mu. fry fgr i!ie F.ichiiiontl district, ;e j.i ,;av <
July, 1HQ7: ' '
Wilii.iin H.ixalt, stirviein- portarr of f!is nv.- :il
house ol'\V i’,;i u:i mill ilnny «: IVteif t:s '
Jliam Ifaxnll mrt .
no.! part no is tiaiiiiv'ijn'-*r the linn ui i! , :s.
j»:i•»v» "I liii iimori 1,
I -
Hobeit Turner, - . . _ ,■
n-.-. defendant, not 1»lvii . • .
tfi’mriry no- ■,.T:i• : f., the n< • . ; j . ! i.;
rules °f this court, nr.,I it -i. by ;.ui : 'r; • r .
(.nice, torn hp i , n it ,iir.'iohitant : .is c: i
oiderei!, tii it the- li ) i!i h.-rrt lot <1 . 1; TP r:;i : •
(i.'V nf the next leiati-t tnsv.er the bill ,.f p, . . j..,, .
.inti toot a copy .if i'i t order 1> • ;ib h
new-paper ptiblirk-d in |J„. ,iiy ... . «, j‘. ..
n.ontiis-successively, «,l:| pusie.l n» it,r front Jr , *lls -
CMpitoI, in the s.Vnf rJiy,
Cr A ropy. rest ', JT’n. IT. r ,
/ ; . , 3 r > -
At roles liol .’on in f. o clnrUV office of ;!•*• ;•», or, r
cent: o/ chancery f,.r tbr Richmond ,;if.
dlb Way of August, r;.’7;
William Trent,
again.( ' i
V, iMi.iiu PaU^son, sidin’or b (’.« r !! nun • , d <f
Hnrnh Walker, I1#iry Wnil.tr, Hobert Waikc !
S unite! V/alI:..-»r, Walker. June Wjl’ , ,,
sanna Walkct, end Henry Walker, m.) I,»!^
Ann Walker, the two I.* t tufar.tu by Henry Treni,
liicir guardian, , . , ,;f{<
The dercndaril« Tlrmy Walker, Robert Wall .;r .• >
.sei.b Walker, Jane \\ alitcr, tV. Rosanna Ws-lkr.r, t. >; fa
v;ng eniered tlieir appnaianor t, given , e iri'y accord
ie-r to the act of assembly and (be -ul. s ci (hj> court.*;
it appearing by satisfactory evidence, that they ;i:e n-.t
inhabitaids of this country: it is erde.e i, that tin- sari
defendants do appear hero on flic air~* dav of (Ju. ( >
term sod answer the bill of the plain'iff; and that
rof’> nf this order bo fort!: villi insi rtc! r, c news
paper published in lie city of Richmond, for («,,
mnntlis s.|Cf-r.„vcly and posted, at tiro front door of tho
capitol, in ti.c said citv.
lMinimg, Priming, ike*
' H ^ 1: ‘ being a regular bred Horticulture
-2. i-!, respectfully MiKitrm those persous *vho bav<’
plan toil or disho to pl-.>. a Vines, I'rnil Trees, Shrub:1,
-v- "• * ^ * be* iv! hr. I'uiplur moiit the ensuing season isi
idanling, pi »ssi:•;orli, ieg out pleasure grounds.—
!■ ar cliaii..':cr ai.J aoii.'.iis be can iefcr to the iinjit
,c"i c.-labio i.'iu. .11 j ;:i Iia '.i.inr.tl and its vicinity.
If. nr.MlNGWAY,
( ’ •!# "• the i nsin, Richmond.
; . : > I.‘: --*
•k? hidden in the flcik’a cilice of the st»per!• :.r
couit d chnucciy for the iwchuioud district, the Olli
day of ;>«,| xt:JTi
! George Stovall, . . .
, . . * • •
1 "*• 'i .tv. not hr via ■ entered hi-appearance auil
:v i t-u:i \ Recording to the act of assembly ac;l
lire rules in this com', and it appear in:,- by satisfactory
ta .'..ence, t!.,.l he is :s<>t an inhabitant of this count; v:
• visot. n Ibis sl;.; ilc(ci;ilant tlo appear 1km eon
*-v 1 ‘ lhc llt*1 tfim a ltd r.ii-wcr the bill of the
pb.inih ; .! that a copy ..I this order be forthwith in
serted in :o:ne ncv.- .paper published in the city of
iiicljisciiJ, to.* twomuutl.s sue.cssively, n:::i : at
• be front door vf (lie capi'ol, in i!ic said city.'
1 l C«pv. Teste. \V U. w. HENING, o. c.
' .. .: “ ' '
.'trulis hold: n in the clerk’s ofr.ee of tl.e si* crit
* id chanceiy for the KictuncnJ dibitict, the otir
»’ y of Aiiji;.1, lh„’7:
Thomas TiciJwny and Pavid Buchanan, surviving
l"-- tsrer‘3 of i c.Lch, • roadway ar.d C otrrj am, inU.
John Burton, Branch Burton, Virginia Graham, Ho
bert t’rahain, arid dr.no Criahatn, . it/':.-.
1 he defend, nt Branch Burton not having cnlctfil
!•'" > appearance and given security i>. cording to the :;;.t
ot assembly and the rules oi tics couit, urn! it appear
ing by satisfactory evidence, that be is not an inhabi
tant of this con .try; if is ordered, that the said def< u
dont do appear beio on (lie .i:st clay of the next term
n:id ..c.-vnr tin: bill of the plaintiffsu:d theta copy
f :lu r he fort?.with in'-crled in M ine nciv»* a—
I'd • . ni-iicd in the city <>1 ?’n li.rmml, fur two months
s>'.<::cr : ••!)■, and pn-’-d .u .he front door of the c? -
ituI, in ihe raid city.
- : A conv- Teste, AYM. W. HENING. c. c.
; u-J:
>»t i !•"■>. lit.. .oil in t' ' < id!. ohicc of the stipciiur
11 tiuiin ri fur the Kichmcnd district, the find
Harter 11 nil.Mcll ap.d ldrar-ccs Hall, .
'* ilitaui !!. U’yche. James i\l. Wilburn, and gjjily M
I'i-i v. ; o, Jo-ao Spiers nml William Wvnn, John
<Joodw\n. i • .1111 H Hargrave and Jainrs llaiave
^ u,*n:i. i ...o;.1 under a decree of Diuwid die couri,
; _ t’J. .
J he def i:.!.;n'.i William 11. Wychc, James ill. vVi!
buni am! . iffv l.i iviu* cot having entered their appem
•-nee r.riJ given .-ecijiilj* accciding to the act of assent
! i:._\ an.: tiie soles . t (his con11, ai> 1 it appcaring by :
iidnctory ova.once, that thev asc not inhabitants <f
tlus^onntrj : it it endured, that the said defendants do
bei a uo !.;o i;iit day of the next term onJ an
sv-or ilia oi ; .e pl.i midis; and that a copy of this
or.ior »/t‘ ioi i1h in- es ted in some newspaper publish
ea i»i tiv.1 city f.I j. kie.iiinoiid, lor tv* o months successive
, and i o-U-ti the ii a.it duor o; the capitol, in the said
I i A cot v. T< ■•;*. w,\r. \v. iir.MSn.c.
t rules, hidden ,i! the clerk’s e.Tioa cf the superior cc »n
of eh o vert for the jtichmuntJ district, the Jnd da
o' duly, t
homos 1.W:.‘_?rd, e:.\.r. of Alt uauder L’owler,
;d.:i Fhe!fo:irand Hrcdi ;i< l: Ilarri?, ex’ora of Juht: C
llarns rfre’d, William Mole:, and the said r»ed.'
iici: hi his own rigid, William Hoke, theta:
a ■ ..i: hi.* m, and.! U;i Shelton, jr. acting under U «
;if ff of Shellun and Son; 'I In na CJbdi t •.. i od, \Vi
lui'ii L nderwood, John C. I ndei wood, .lames Under
wood, Archibald ih DandnJgc, and Kliznheth M
wife, Hannah ! .'idenvooJ, Uurnett Tatum, an
i-iiy !*• I *■> '> •(:•, i..ivvre;fjundge, and Sarah 1
L.j •• , iVi's d (deevgo h ijccfwooJ, dec'll,
"t ' c »’ :r: hntnas T'nd.rwooJ, William U.j
"t-M! / ’ An Ribald H. Dandridge,
: ....T: om !i 1 v.'di1, I h.nnah l.- ndcrwood, Burnett
i ■" I :* I >Ia; \ . . iiis and fjRivrcncD I,ood^u.
.i.i-i 6.11..I1 'is >‘Oi having tutored their apacar—
- . • urity according' to t'.,e of Assein*
iii.v the mu-* of t• ;s cenri, and it appearing by
o. ifactory evidence, tU-v arc not inhabitantsof’thi'*
oeiMiirr: it is ordered, that the said defendants do np
p. ; nr hereon tie first day of tlio next term and art—
swer the original & amended hilts of the plaintiff; and
ih.i! a copy e; tl.i3o;,ior he l.nii.ivnh inverted in some
nov. sg.-.por published m the city of Richmond, for two
ntonlhs score iveiy. an.! posted at the front door e:
. the capitol, in the said city.
Gj A corv. Ti“-!i>, W '*]. W. Ttr.M'fC. r. r.
VlWilXLl: •
At rules holdrn in lb 'clerk’s office of the superi r
1 court of cli.treery for the Richmond district th*.
Clh dav of At; Vw, •
John 1). Town; , . . . ,.rg
against 1
I Tom .'.hat;;), U. flenry, A. G. LcckUud d: Cliaih.i
*'• ' cijU> ’ tips.
1 he defordnn: V. :pt A. S. Loci;head) not hav
ing entered t!it:r . ppenranco and given Kceuiiiy a
nhiy and the nth . of (hi*
.1 det
that lh
nay of the nr.;
• tiff; and the! a
i t vori.e net
fm moot .1
do-r ul toy c.ij
(j 'j A oerjv.
I np;-i;::t: ; t>y ••• iti '•.ctory cvidonee, tin e
iranta of tl.is country: it is order erf,
:d..-.fa tin appear here on the first
i.i rs.f ai.;.v.'c# the bill of the plain
Tv of this or dvr he forthwith insertr.l
. p.iin ll.e city ot Richmond,
>. . -* • .-iveiy. and posted at the f;c.it
ol, :.» th said city.
T. U \V f JIdtV! VQ. a. p
T .
' - ! ! 'or the IlitlimonJ uiatrict, the l
{!:♦;* .’’in', J T:
r. •ahi-t
' . Insjis, C. ParUiursi nnrl
J‘ • • <•-»*»«•! < i.ufPj.-m) cnV .11 Williai:,
.. »'.!,•) < r cj Tbmnn® Aiilcliell, dncYJ
' ' ■ Ji Jxiij \> imJiciv V.'aiJao<*. t//7v.
‘ -i.:- i>cr inin i .nrson am! Alntlhc.r
}• ■> -vi.;.-; onhrrtl their appearance .tin! gh
«.i jiv to I hr. act of as^-rirldv and^iiu
: ' ' ■ ' 1 • ' ’"‘{i ;ij . f r.vionr hy un*i. 1 ;ic?Of V cvj•
-yco. t.i.-t C: v a not inhabitants or this c>#untr<:
■ ■ : nl do • • r hoic
; ’ •' ' ' <i i. yf -hp next I ain : .• J answer «ho l>,M of
I ' ..■' ihi* o/.for Lc forthivii:i
,,,u" ! ! ; r jmul»ii.j• ;! in iho city of
: ! 1 " ;«:ce>»mdy, am! posted at
'• ,y;' • *!.e c ipi'd, ;,•» the j cjfr<
«'v ' '<■' !•-. Vfnr. \ r. r<
f flee f.f {lia rst-poi ;::p
noil.! dibidie Ctii
;‘»t i.iles. !■< -Jen in (ho f’Jct!
c -ut of chancery fur the Ui
v C;;>' \[ V**t-*V’ ‘CjT:
V;: ■..;i a :,;,’or lv:h t--« w«! annexed of Homy
again t * ' ■2 ‘ '
r,V:o!cmanc!cc\rJ ‘ ^ . ‘J C>**Cf °‘
* no d, ;uml ni Lewis Madison not having entered
.*-• ap, f nrfiren and g:vc'» -cui.iy arccrdicg lo ;!.e
• avi a\ "••••'>'.m.l the n;'ca of :!,n court, audit r.j
pe.wir g by f sti- lactory evi ler.c. . that he is riot an i.;
t ut I'.is country: it on!t ird, |!.-.( thr "rid dr*
.Cl" u,f apt-o.; here on the fiiat <: .v ollhr ni- t
lenn and nn««vcr th:-I.-:! o-the f h.inti;:- and that a c<;
’ ’ °‘ ! !; /‘r‘“ r !onh*»itl. *r >orfrd in ?.omc r.
I ; : r pnoii.-c.- •! i;i .’ho city of /5iehmoi:d, far ftr,-> rr.citi 3
Mieccsiin ly, and ; ; ;.t (he boot door of {he c«;. -
: in the .• i.i eitv.
’v. Tif:?-;I.NC*.

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