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ODK ON MKVIIAN10 INSTITUTIONS. When, fro>v thr -a n d garden driven, Man Uni l*rlure hi« M ikeiY wr.itli, Au Aik* I left her fUrr in lli-.m n, And cn*»mlllir wuiilvrtr'* sunle«« path. 'Twa# Ait! %\veet Art ! new i h|i4r Wlu'if her light font tie tv o’er the grouud j And thus with S».aph voire die m»mm — u The cm$e u l»lt‘*«tu0 shall he Icuiud.'* She led him through the ttarVl**** wild Where iiooiride «unl*enin never )d.tn d j The thi«tle *hriittk—the l».irve*t * mh .1, \«n| itine gladdened as •!»• «a#ed. Ivuth’s tlu u uid tril» •« *»f living thing* \t Alt'* command lo him are given. The \ ill < ,e gr..w«, tin eili *p tog*, Atnl point their *pne* Ji I milII- avi n. II»* rend* the auk—Mid I*h!% it liiir, To gti ml the shore* it* lo ant v gra» e»! , lie n- te« tilt r<>ck~~upUeaied, in pride, Si e lu‘.v«r%rd sireu^lIt and dollies ot t It J T' irth’* t*» ,'in»< r ires their wealthr« n.»!—• I’it e hear his hander on the u uv» , He hiil* the mortal poto.n h« at. And 1 aj»i triuni; huil o'er the gi a\» . He piui ks the p, *rl« that «tud the di »p. Admiring iie.ilttl’* lap to I II, >Ie break* the ftubf»*»r.i marble'* deep, And rmilntcf ln« Al.iUi ’ .kill. TVnh thought* that till h»« ^.’* wing *• •♦», He hid* the oi e illume page. And, pioi|-Hr •«« •. Timi % utiol, C mm cm et with i»n uuhuru age. In fe|l* uf air he wiitn bh name, And I rend* tb»* clumihri, uf the dee. Me read* the u ir*, met t*p* the it a ,*e That quivm tound the Tltr ..««• vahith. In war re noil lied, in pi i-*,» ,iihtiine, lie move* in gtiam.ss and in grac e. Hi* power, «tihdu»fig pare mid lime, Ianki lei.ltn to it aim, lud rnr« to race. _C .iKZiif lltfDiANS. TO THE PUBLIC Governor Troup j..d souiooljds supporters liavi or late thought p op< r to arraign inv conduct at tin bar oi public opinion. Happily for m\ country and lor tne, I live where none are so high as to disregard the summons. I rejoice, however, that i am not accountable to Gov. Troup, but to tire government which will t!o me justice in spiteofhis aspersions, and toa people who will not be govern ed by his malace or enmity. As it regards my own security, I should think it Unnecessary to address the people at this time, but 1 think something due to the state of Georgia, in wrhich I have resided many years, and more sdl| to the many respectable and worthy friends which 1 still have among-t her citizen*. it is attempted by Governor Troup to arouse against me that public indignation, which can hard ly be borne in any country, but which in this is as fatal, as the blast of the deadly Sirocco. i'o ac complish this, every means is brought in c qui it ion The violent and inflamatory productions of Jus own pea issue from Ins office—with the pitiful nml slanderous litter oi wretches, too contemptible o hr regarded And now at his instigation ttie Legis lature, hive taken up the subject, and are as 1 un derstand, examining witnesses agai.ist rue, without e ven apprising me of their design. Against all this, I do most solemnly protest. I cannot expect justice from such investigations—and do aver that they wrong me in thus arraying before the public r.eir ex-parte testimony. I entreur the citizens ol Georgia, and all others who may take r.n interest in this matter to forbear forming opinions in this case, ti'l ime is allowed for justice to be done. An A; ent Iro'p the Government of the United States is now here, commissioned with full powers to examine imo all the circumstances connected with it and report to his Government. This is die cor rect course, and Ido not fear the res lit. 1 do not imitate Gov Troup and some of Ids vi olent partisans in their mania of ncc ".ration. tTi<\ seem determined that tne responsibility of McIn tosh s death, shall tail un the shoulders of white men. Let them beware, the p< opiekr.ovv the ag itation produced bv a guilty conscience. They ■will not mistake Governor Troup’s contortions for th» movements ofi mocence. i iis rage cannot pre vent ti.iuri from enquiring ir.to Ins own proceedings in thin matter, they will bring him to a fearful reck oning, and his orniss tries, among the Indians will not be side to conceal the exci'ement. caused by Ins improper interference in the affairs of ti e (Jree.s Nation. With regard to the death of McIntosh, 1 am un willing for the people to be without tha means of judgi ig of its cause. 1 therefore offer nt this time, the following papers—they are sufficient to *<i ->fy all unprejudiced mind-, and are I think as little as mv frie.uls could be expected to justify nie in off-ri ig. They at least will be satisfied krai I do not rest quietly under the imputation of so fo il a deed. JOHN CitOVVELL. June 3d, 1823. We the undersigned chiefs, and head men of the Creek nation do cert if and declare, that we de termined of our own free will and accord, to put to death tli* chief McIntosh, and that neither the A VI WMOII, wi anj wuici •' unr mill, wrre the instigator* or abettors—r.or do %ve know or be lieve, that he the Agent, knew that we had any such d sign —r.or did we communicate ii io anv but a few old and he.d me i. We determined to put him to death fora violation of a law tir«t pro posed by him and sanctioned by the Ilig Warrior a d Li tie F.ince—and then the different towns we e called up and the lawyers, who had been pre viounly made,by vlcln'o-h, Ihg Warrior and Ch ile Prince, were directed to put into execution this law, ag linst any chief or other person who broke it however great he might be even, llig Warrior, Little Prince or -McIntosh. Q 1. ' Where was the law first made, to take the life of a chief of this natioa who should roll the !»'.ds of the nation without the consent of the na tion ? \. Or. the west bank of the Oakmulgec, at the time the land belonged to them the Indians. (^. 2. Had the Agent have directed you to kill McIntosh wo dd you have done it ? A. We would not, for he v. as not placed here itr that purpose. Q. 3 lhd any white p-rson know it i A. Vo One blit Jam it, Hutton, who was born and iai*Od in the natioti and considered as one of js, who we look ns an interpreter. The chief, who commanded the party that » xe cu'ed McJnto h uai • *k -i ii he told MdntoMr's wife, or ntiy pmon, ihat Lite Agent dircciadhim tn do so. A. No, anti that hr did not believe hi* men • id done so, nor hnd he heard 4n\ thing abriut it— • d the thief afer heiring what Chilly McIntosh s M t said, relative to their shootin" at an pursuing in to 'tie river, CO'itradinted i', arid sod thev nei ther shot at, nor pursue^ him, in short m.ide no r-x xrtion* tj *<etch him (Signed) L'tti ■ Pn i-e, Tuskcben.au, t'oetlile Oholo, Ho 010 iladgo, y« olo Alicco, A hi nor way, John S ed >u , Mad Woif, Jim Hov, O.ikfuxku Yoholo, Poas 11 dgo, *iicco Poeko, Ciisfl.iu Alicco, Osvechee Pi *jeo, T I'koj’ee J Juljo, Emthe«i Kmart In w, Hoh ax Haugo. Tidimy J'ustunnuggce, On Hadjo, jloetta Tustunrmggee, ,Veha I'hurheo, Octirhe pf mtia, C'bucjteka Hadjo, Cutchho Matta, Cutchho Jf. o, Tpei^^BiiIjo, i-<fuine I'us inimgger Hnljo, Hillibe ^^^Ku/geeJO l,o, < oehus Micro, Yu’ul ; l Kn rl -s Bm rtla, Charles H'liivn, Nocr*. n L-natla Hutihi* Alicco, Tol .vay MiccO, Cho re) te-Tuaiunriuggte, Samuel -/anaek. Hone in pr.’.-epce of us: Whitman C. Hill, and CharlesC*or liils ,Mi.v 14th, 1925. Asnupy.May 2flth,1825. Sir: A* a great excitement appear* lobe produ ceJ by what has lately taken placs among the C’reek Indians, 1 feel it a duty I owe the public and the United States Agent, to make this com munication to ycu. Dm mg the treaty held in De cember, I was frequently at tlie council. CJen. , McIntosh having satisfied the Indians dial lie did not intend selling their land, appeared togain their confidence, and vtas appointed to deliver the an • swers to the Commissioners A few days before the treaty ended a daughter of the General’s, who was living with U», informed us that the Indians were going to kill her father, and in consequence of w hich he went off in the night—wishing to know the truth, I enquired of a white man who was raised in the nation, a friend of the (jcncrai's, who in formed me that there were live hundred In di.uis that night to kill him fur offering to sell their land. Since I have been among them, they have shewn themselves friendly to the white people, neither do 1 bt lieve they will hurt any white per son. I do not believe that the Agent was the cause of the death, of those that were killed, nor do 1 believe he could have prevented it. It was the enforcement of tlicir own laws, made in part by • lie men who have lost their live*. The chiefs sa v tin- United States grant them the liberty of ma king laws to govern themselves by. 1 am. sir, very respectfully yours, ISAAC SMITH. IP. s. tVo wee present when the Agent met I lit* Indians in council, 22d April; when he in formed them of tite ratification of the treaty, he j advised tlietu to reconcile their minds to tlie sale * of the land, that he had done all he could for them to have the money divided as formerly. lie advised the Chiefs to instruct their young men to be friend ly to the whiles, and not to interrupt those who were p.i>-si:ig through the nation. The I.ittle Prince then replied that they had been so, tha* there had been no interruptions. The Agent an swered he was glad that it was so, for he had not j heard of any disturbance whatever. ISA AC SMITH. W- C. HILL. VeJ/'jf Editors nf Hi* fieo. Journal,»VHit d^ecille. [ 1 do certify that I was poson-lly present at the j time Gen. McIntosh was killed, and that tlie great- J ••Jt care was taken to secure the white men and J their pjopdrty—and when the Indians sent for me j logo they said that perhaps there might he some white nu n there and that they wanted the to talk | for them. That if there was no person to speak English, that if any whitr person Mas there that j they might take an ala!in and run. and some i- ju- j ry might grow out of i*. I never howl the least i hint like as if the Agent had st t tlie Indiai.s. 1 am sure'hat I heard no person signift such a thing, nor do I believe any of the party ever made such ' statement at .McIntosh’s or elsewhere. I always heard them s.-y that it was the orde.s of the Little Prince and other head men of the nation, to kill Mduto.-h for a breach of the law that he had made himself. his JAMES X HUTTON, T Cst mark D.vMei. J. Henderson. May 221 1825. We do hereby certify that the Little Pi ince was asked in our prescnca x> hether the Agent h d any interview with them, the Chiefs, or Indian*, in the square or privately, concernin': their killing McIntosh' He inswereJ, that the Agent never had, publicly Or privately, any interview with him on tiie subject, neither did lie ever advise them to it. ISAAC SMITH, WHITMAN C. HILL. Signed in presence of SAML. K. HODGES. Asbury, May 2oih, 1825. [Frum tin Milli-iigrtillr ftrrorilfr.j A number of witnesses have been examined by the Committee on the State of the Republic, re lative to the murder of M’lntosh, the disturbances in the Creek Nation, fee. Knowing the anxie’v of our readers for information on this subject, we now give as correct a summary as «c could make; ot tvhat w e deem to be the most important testimony delivered before the committee. Mr. Jesse Cox, of Junes county, testified that he was at the store of Thomas Crowell in the Creek Nation, on the 20 h day of April Jtrst, where he saw the Agent Col. Crowell, and heard him make use of the following expressions, or words of similar import:—•* Damn’d coward*, I always hated them—I Mill hate them worse and worse— Any people that would sailer one r>an to std’ their nation ought to-die and go to Hell- I once put that fellow (meaning MTrosh) down,—where he ought to remain—But tin Hi - Warrior end Lade J Prince reinstated him— I hope the Rig Warrior is j now in hell for it, and tint the Little Prince max soon follow him. When I xvas :>i Washington, I communicated 'S Gen. J clc«on the grie.ances of this people-—he xiith a voire of wonder asked if :h« ' reek Natior had losi all spirit of re-eminent.’' The question asked of the ( ommis*ioncrs of the IT. States (Messrs. Campbell and Merixx e'her) j was, It hrther they had any reason to brlirvr that \ the Indian jlgrat Cot. Crowell, had improperly i interfered wish tic rights and inti rest of. Georgia, or was concerned in instigating thi i recent murners in the Mahon—and if so, to state j the grounds of .such brli f?—To the fir-t part of I the interrogitory Maj. Meriwether answered, “ /' ha"r, and the following are the grounds if that belief:—He Lc.-e recited a ro .versa.ion lie had with Col Campbell, in November last, in which that gentleman informed him, that in the if:.; noon of :he day on ixhirh Gov. Troup was elected. Col. Crowell said to him (Col. < ampbell) that he had prepared the Indians to cede « part of their lands; intimating however dis inctly, that as Troup xvas elected Governor, he (- 'oh Campbell) must not expect success to attend any application th.it might Lit; made to the Indians while Troup xvas in office, and concluded hv advi-timr him (<'c\ t j ifsign. M ij. Meriwether stated circumstance 'luring the progress df the negorintions wi h the j Iiidi .ns, in winch the Agent’s conduct corrrespond . ed with the sentiments he had expressed to (’<>1 it smpbell; and gave his reasons for believi g tha< [the departure of the Cussems from the Indian ■ Spring-, after the Commissioners had been informed of ti.cir willingness to enter into a Treaty, was with the privily and consent of the Agent. To the lat ter part of the interrogatory, he answered, that he had no reasons other than those already in the pos session of the committee, to believe the Agent wiis concerned in instigating the recent murders in ! the Notion. Colonel Campbell’s evidence was in corrobora-J tion of Major Ieriwe her’s—“ I cannot (said he) i resist the * elief rhat the Agent was opposed to n | Treat v. I hnd a con versa ion with him i i Novem- 1 ber 1823, j ist after the Commissioners had returned 1 fieun an unsuccessful mission to the Cherokees,_I We had both been disappointed in our w i-hes and j calculations as to the result of the Governor’s elec- ' I lion, and expressed to each other tii.it disappoinl . ment in terms of feeling and regret. In the course ' [ conversation, we spoke of the prospect of a ip- 1 : tfOciation with the ( reeks for a ccmdon of Territory. | ; • lie Agent observed in substance, that he had the | thin fixed, and I think •■dded, that we should have I got the I md belr w the Federal road—Re advi-ed | me to resign my appointment ml-. S. Commi*- ! -ioner, intimating that tiie result of the election of Governor h d operated a change in his feeling in that reg ird. ” f olonel Campbell s te-tiniony adverting to ob jection able conduct of the Agent pending the tie gocia ions, and the failure of «’ol. Crowell to reimrt or roetrain theadver e movement* of the sub-Agcnt ( Walker,—this question wa* asked him; “ Wen or • were not the uett of the .nth-Agent, referred to h'J known to the Agent ! If y a, did he or did he not attempt to mtroin them, and tone * he requested to tndo!" In answering the ques- i tion, a ge nerd reference was made by Colonel C. to tb it part of the printed documents in po-se«sion of the con.miitee, which coittUin* a journal of their | proceedings.* The reason which the Agent gave , ;othe( ommissioners for not reporting to Govern-I men! the proceedings at Tuckibatch-e and Fole t ,at Spring wsi, that he did not consider them binding on the Nation, firing the sets of only a I part ol it, and not worth communicating to the War Department! i I llama Alien, Kaq. testified that he wls pre i sent at the time of the last session, he thinks, w here Henry Crowell was conversing with several per sons in respect to the contract for provisions and about the Treaty, and whether any land would be obtained. Heniy Crowell after using some very profane language oil the sub'cct said. '* we would not get nd -d loot of land, and after repeating this assertion, he said, “ we should not get any land unless some particular persons (not naming them) were damn’d well greased—witness could not ex press nny opinion as to who was meant to be greas i rd. Henry and John Crowell were known as bro ' diets—understands Henry Crowell resides in the ; Nation and trades under a license from his brother, the Agent. Abraham .Miles, Flsq. of Twiggs county, testi— | tied that he was on his return from Alabama to Georgia, and called in at Col. John Crowell’s, at Fort Mitchell on the 27th of April last, at which time some conversation took place between him self and the Agent respecting the late Treaty; and the dissatisfaction of a part of the Indians, on ac count of the rai mention of the same, which tiie Indians did not believe until he (Crowell) returned from Washington and informed them; which infor mation appeared to displease a part of the Indians, the Tuckabutcliees, very much. Mr. Miles further testified, that Col. Crowell informed him at the same time and place, that (Jen. .M’lntosli was at that time at his residence with a guard around him, and that he would be killed by the party opposed to (If Treaty—and stated fur ther, that tiicre was not one Chief in the Nation who km v any thing about sanctioning the survey ing the land v iuiiti the boundaries of Georgia ex cept M’lutOsh, who hadhintself authorized the Go vernor to prociatnate the same. In answear to an interrogatory by the Committee, lie replied that Mr. Crowell informed him that it was in consequence of >!’Inlosh’s consent to the late Treaty, that incensed the Tookaubatchie Indians against hiiu—Crowell did not say that he would ivve MTutosh killed; but spoke of it u* an event that would rcrainly happen—lie (Miies) saw some Indians before he saw < row ell, who seemed very much incensed against MTntosh, and said that he would and should be killed, and gave for reason, he had sold ibctr Territory without their co..sent. * Hxtrarl from the Journal of the Commis sioners, December loth. 1824. In conversation with • ol. >' rinvell, the Agent, the Comtnissioiu-r* were informed that the two pub lica ions daied at Tut jvcbatcl'.ee and Pole Cat Springs, signed by a minuter of the Upper town Chit fs, were written by the sub- A gent, t.’apt. Walker, that the first was brought to this place hi June last, no signatures were obtained, but ’he Agent understood it to be consented to general;.. It was then in the hand writing of * apt. Walker. The last meeting where the Pole < at proceeding* occuiicj was at Walker’s- house. Xo rom'Tinica tioti was made to the Government of these pio C'l'di.lgs. f ;t is by Ihc-e pre'ended laws, which the Agent did no think w orth rommunic.ding tc hi* got em inent, becnu*e lieyweimo binding on tiie .Nation, that he Agent’s mends >UW at.empt to justify M’lntosh's murder! The joint letters of M’Inioslis’s wives, and the letter ol id* d .lighter, Jane l iawkios, to the United Sintc-’ Coinmis*io lers—lie latter is an admirable production— parts of it arc not inferior to Logan's ceietir- led ad' ress— Copy of a Letter from Peggy and Susannah H'intosh, to .Messrs. Campbell and -Meriwe ther, U. S. Commissioners. May 3, Line Creek, Fayette County. Gentlemen—When you see this letter stained witii the blood of my husband, the last drop of which is now spilt for the friendship lie has shown for your people, I know you will remember your pledge to us in behalf of your nation, that in the worst of events you would assist and protect us—and when 1 tell you that at daylight on Saturday morning last, hundreds of the bo*tilcs surrounded our house, and - instantly murdered Gen. M'Intosh and Tome Tua [ tenuggee by shooting near one hundred balls into | them (Chilly and Moody Kennard making their escape through a window;) they ilien commenced burning and plundering in the most unprincipled way, so that here I am, driven from the ashes of my smoking dwelling, left with nothing but my p. or little naked hungry chdipen, who need some 'immediate aid from our white friends; and we learn upon you while you lean upon your government. About the same time of the morning that they com mitted the horrid act on the General, another party caught i ol. Samuel Hawkins -nd kept him tied until about 3 o’clock, when the Chiefs returned from our house an»l gave orders lor his execution in the same way, and refused to lea> e his implements to rover his body up with, so that it was left exposed to the fowls of the air and the beasts of the forest, and Jinney and her child are he-e in the seme condition as we are—this party consisted principally of Oak fuskics, Talledegu* and .Vluckfav's; though there were others wish them. The Chipfs that appeared to head the party, were Inlocktinge of Mnckfaw, Tliioc-i'o-cusco-mico, of Arpachoochee.Munnauho, hm I know no. where he was from, who said they were ordered to doit bv the Little Prince and Hopoieth yonolo; and that >hey were supported and encouraged in it by he Agent and the hiefs that were left ;>f er the Big Warrior’s death, in a coun cil at Broken Arrow, where thev dec.eed ihey wo ild murder all the chiefs who had any ha d in celling the ! nd, and burn and destroy, ltd take away all hey bad, and then send onto 'he President ! thn> he pho'lid not have ’.l > ! nd. I h ive not heard of 'Re murder of any others, but < xpecf all are dead the* could be catchcd. But by reason of a great fr lit . in-ne Chattahoochee, they could not get ''ol Miller nor I fogey M'lmosh nor the Dari-aw*, and they and' lull' are gone lo the Governor. Our country is .n •. most ruined state so for as I have heard. ■ h bv reason of the hieh waters word h:<s ; ol ciicuii'tcd fast;) all have tied from their home* n our parts and taken refuge among their white friends, and I iea. i are now at Gen. fare’s, near this place, from foOio 200 of them, wiio are afraid to go to 'heir home* to get a grain of what lit'le corn th* y have 10 eat, much more to try to make any more, and if you and your people do not assist us, Ciod help us—we must die either by the sword or the famine—this moment Gen. Ware has come in, and will in a few minutes start with a few men and n few friendly Indians, to try to get a lit tle something for us to cat. I hope so i-oon as you read this, you will lay it before the Governor and the President, that they may know our miserable condition and afford us relief as soon a s possible. I followed them to their camp about 1 1-2 miles, lo try to beg of them something to cover the dead with, but it was denied n e. J tried also to get a horse to fake my little children and some provisions to last us to the white settlement, which was given up to tneand then taken hack, and had it not have been for eome white men who assisted in burying the dead and getting iisto the white settlements, we should have been wor«e off than we w ere, if possi ble. Before I close, I must remark, that the whole of the party, so far as I knew 'hem, were hostiies during the fate war. (Signed) PEGGY Sc SUSANNAH M’lNTOSH* * These were Gen. MTntorh's two wives, the one a Creek, the other a Cherokee. They are both said to have been affectionately attached to their husband, and esirh wife living on amicable terms with the other.— Ktl. lire. To Colonel Campbell and .Ifrtjnr Meriwether. Faykttk County, 3d May, 1825. Mi/ Dear Friend*— I send you this paper which will not tell you a lie, but if it hail ten tongues it could not tell all the truth. On the morning of the 30th April, at break of day, my father'll house was surrounded by a party of Iloo'iie Indians to the number of several hundred, who instantly fired his dw elling and murdered him ami Thomas Tus tenuggee, by shooting more than one hundred balls into them, and took away the whole of fathers* money and property which they could carry o f ami ] destroyed the re«f, leaving the family no clothes (some not a rag) nor provision Brother Chilly was at father's aoU made hi* escape through a win dow, under cover of a travelling whiteman, who obtained leave for thiun to come out that way. It being not yet light lie was not discovered. While those hostiles were murdering my beloved farther, they were tying my husband (Col. Samuel HawkintC) with cords, to wait the arrival of Itockchunga, Thloc-co-cos-cora-ico and Munnawana, who were the commanders at father’s, to give orders for the Colonel’s execution also; which took place about 3 o’clock thesameday. And these barbarous men, not content with spilling the blood of both my hus band and father, to atone for their ronstant friend ship to both your nation and o ir own, refused tny hands the painful privilege of covering the body up in the very ground which he lately defended against those hostile murderers, and drove roe from my home, stripped of my two best friends in one day, stripped of all my property, my provision, and my clothing—with a more painful reflection than all these, that the body of my poor murdered husband should remain unburitd, to be devoured by the birds arid the beasts. Was ever poor woman worse than I? 1 have this moment arrived among our white friends, who, although they are very kind have but little to bestow on me anil my poor helpless infant, who must suffer before any aid can reach us from you; but I can live a great while on very little; besides the confidence 1 have on you and your government, for I know by your promise you will aid and defend us as soon as you hear from cur situation. These murderers are the very same hos tiles who treated the whites ten years ago a* they have now treated tny husband and father; who say they are determined to kill nil who had any hand in selling the land, and when they have completed the work of murdering, burning, plundering and destruction, they will send the President word that they have saved their land and taken it bkok; and that he and the white people never shall have it again, which is the order of the head* of the nation, by the advice of the Agent. Wc expect that many of our best friends are already killed, but have not heard by reason of the waters being to* high for word to go quick, which is she only reason Col. .Miller and others on lus side of the river were not killed. We are in a dreadful condition, and I do not think there will be one ear of corn made in this part of the nation, for the whole of the fiiendlv p *rty ha\ e lle<] to l)c-Kalb and Fayette counties, too much alarmed to return to their homes to get a little grain of what corn they left for themselves and their families to subsist on, much more to stay at home to make more; and wo fear every day that what liiile provision we left will be destroyed. I am afraid you will think I make it worse; but how can that he, for it is worse of itself than my pen c: n writ#* Mv rnmlitinii uilmittf aC tw. mill'll on.I mAf*l U me wlieii I iry lot-peak of it. After I was strip ped of my last frock but one, humanity and duty called on me 'o pull it off and spread it over the body oi in' dead husband (which was allowed no other covering) which I (lid as a farewell witness of affection. I w as 25 miles from any friend, (but sis’er Catharine who was with me) and had to stay •til night in the woods surrounded by a thousand hostile I .dians, who were constantly insulting and affrighting us. Aud now I am here with only one coat io my back and not a morsel of bread to save us f.om perishing, or a rag of n blanket to cover tny poor little boy from the sun at noon or the dew at night. I am a'poor distracted orphan and widow. (Signed) JANE HAWKINS. MARSHAL’S SALE. \ VIRGINIA: At a Supein.r Court of ( liancery held in the town of FredericL-lmrr,on the 2lil dav of April, 1825: William Starke, Sarah Starke, Rhosla Holland Alice hi. wife. Kitty Starke and Lucy. Itu hard. Janie, and Polls Starke, in fants, by John Moncui c their next friend, Plaintiff'. Agamst Joseph Stirke, Defendant. Ity consent of the parties, bv eotwscl, the formei ordeti in this rase ate rescinded, and this cause came on to he heard 1" consent of parties, by court el upon the hill, answer, and an exhibit, and was argued by roun'el: On con-idi ration whereof, therouit doth adjudge, order and decree, that the Marshal of the Supt-rit | Court of Chancery for (In- Richmond di-lrict, af ter adverti-in; the time and place of sale for four iru^i - uc cestively, in some newspaper published in the eitv of Birh tnoml, do expo-r to sale, at public auction, to the highest hnl der,on a credit of twelve months, the liart nr parcel of land, in theltill mentioned,said to contain one hundred ami fifty— three acies. And to secure the payment of the purchase mo ney thereof, the said Marshal i. directed to take from the pur chaser of the said find, bonds with good seeuiitv pas.able to luinself, so as to divide, them amongst the parties entitled there to ; and that he assign nver the said bond., without recourse, to the adult plaintiff- ami the legally qualified guardian of the infants, respectively, and to retain the title to the said land until thr purchase money le paid, and report bis proceedin'-, herein to this court. Aud the Marshal is further directed, !}, upon uffei ing the s.dd land for -ale it shall appear that the si. ires of the parties respectively > ill exceed the sum of three hun dred dollars, not to make sate thereof, but to report that fact to the rouil. Acopy. Teste. J. II. WILLIAMS,C. C.C. tV In pursuance of the foregoing decree, I shall on the 20th day of July next, at the front door of the Eagle Hotel in the city of Richmond, offer for sale the tract of laud thnein referred to,said to contain one hundred and fifty three acres. Sale to commence at tOo’clock, A. M. J. UUEIIRAKT, flf.S.C C. R.D. Junr 2t.___ 13—tds MARSJIAL’S SALE...COAL LAMES' f .N pursuance of two s-vrral electees of the Superior Court of Clyuirrry for the distriet of Richmond, made on the 21th March, J825, aud on t lie !0t!i Jun*, 1825, in the ca*e of Stott vi. Cunie, T shall on the third day of August next, offer foi sal* to the highe-t bidder, at public auction atrtie front doot of the Katie Hotel in the city of Kirhm< ml, an undivided nudets of in undivided third part of a tract of Lrnl rontaming Coal, ind believed torontain ljtsO acres and upward*, and situated in the county of Henriro, and known as the Deep Kim Coal Pi; Tract. Terms: one fourth Cash, and a credit of one. two and hire years for the balso* e ; the purchaser executing buud-.sith approved security, and the title lobe retained until the pay ment of the purchase uioi.rv. Sale to commence at 12 o’clock J. aUEBKANT, M. S. C- C. R. O. June 21 13 -tds MARSHAL'S SALE. IN piu-uince Hi a ilccrecof the Sup-rior Court of Chanters for the Richmond Distrirt, pronniineeil onthe22il dav ol March, 1825, in tbe cases of Evans vs. llonksr, ct ah, l shall on the 21st day cf July next, offer for sale to the iiighr.i bidder at public auc'icii, for Cash, the Mill, ivith thr Lind, II iu»e, and appurtenanres, situated on Turkey I-land Creek, railed anil known hy the name ,.f the Granvult MUft: and, at the same : one and place, will iu like manner he offered for sale, the farm adjoining said mill, 4tr. railed and known by the name of Mi not Prospect. The above sales will be made at or near to the abutment of said mill d im, on th*- Henrico side of Tin key Island Cteck. J.OUERRANT, M. S. C. C. H. 1). June 2 L _ _13— tds MARSHAL’S SALK THE FALLS PLAJVTATIO.Y. TN pui sit in*e of a decree of the Hupc-iior Court of Chancery for the Disliietnf Richmond, pronounced on the 11th dav of June, 1825, in the rase of Gillial vs.Hancock, Jce. I sh ill oil Wednesday the 3d day of A'tgu,t next, if a fair day, if not fair •in ucxi iwr nay iiincaiicr, - m r ,or sale lo me highest ImlHer at public aaclianjhsl pari of thcFalls plantation eonv«-v»d b» M. V.' Hunecrk InOhailn J. MrMurdo ami Others, by (he indrii tun- of Ihr 19th of August, IHI8, fil*d as an exhibit inniil < atf*<, containing eight hundred and eeveiaty seven acres, inctluliiig two islands in .lames River, be the same more or lr„, Ring in the county of t-hesterfie M. The well known fertility of this loot lung immeiliately on James river, and in the vicinity of the tonn of Manchester and the eity of Rj< banond, remitrs it mi ner *»s»ry to do more linn to ins its genllrmeii of repit tl tp rail anil see it. Terms: one third of the pnrrhase mons-v !o he paisl in rash, or a note or note, at I20davs, with i good en dorser or endorsers, payable and netoeiabfe althe It-i.ifc of Vir gmiior Farmers'Uxnknf Virginia, one third one year, and the leniainmg third two years fiom the slay of sale, the puirh.-sm giving liond with approved s., urity (, } the two last pay ments ; and the title retained until they are mailr. fs-tle In eommeneeat II o'clock,a. m. atthe front donrnffhe Eagle Hotel in the eity of K,< hniond. The purchaser casi have sneh po,session ini the day of sale as will enable him to serd a crop of wlie.d, ire. J. GUERRA NT, M. 8. C. C. n. T). .Time 21._^_13—Ids Valuable Real Kslatc an James Riper for sale. ff AUK snlisrrdier having sletcrmined toconvsrl his property I into rash nr slocks, .and sieel.nc farminr, haring moved near Hichmoml, otfera for oslo privately hisvaltnb!-farm with in 7 miles of the nly of Richmond, until the htai dav cf An go-.t neat, il not disposed of before that dayprivats ly, it will Kc sold at auction oo the preini.es to the highest hiddrt at 12 oVIock. Th* tract c«oloin* 2246 ac *■ of land equal lo anv on the river, lOslO < f whirli is clear'd, and the balance in timber, •ome pail of which is heavy and the he*t load In ih“ stale lead in* through it to Osborne** Ferryf and con ,»n rent tu all points for ve-sels of almost e. ery si*r A (On.iderahl-pmlionof (hi land first rate low grvtuisls. The barns iwo in numher if|usl to any in the stab , with a first rate tlna<bing marl ine in **< h ; 3 large and ipadons stable*, and rorirenienl to esrh barn, and one near the ov> rseei’s house w hich is a comfortable dwelling • an I'e hottse, dairy, smob* bouse and kitchen hr. 4c. j there are from IA to 20 etcellent -pring. nn the land, and any per son iitnchasing the land, ran hare the growing rrop and stork of i II kinds, which is espial to that mi any farm. And »Vo at a fair market price, 00 a* valuable negroes as any that ran be purchased? leirr* nfeomwodsting by bung well trcnred, F'oi further particsil*'* apply to the stdierriber at his residence, one mile brlow Richmond; nr t i Mcssri. Ilroofce 4c Cosby’s Auc tioneers, who will shew the ptoprrty : and they are fully au thorised lo contract foe a wli'de or a pait. Jutae24,ins.__t:i_-t.R EDWARD rnx. I>V vistue of a deed of trust eiersileii by Thomas .'fan* > R anslsslph of Athctnarl*, we shall on Monday thr its!, rf Align at, profil'd to sell on ibe pi einises, so much nf the r ' ,R railed t'lgehill, lying in AIbemarle eoonly,together will, He Slaves, sts.rk. Air. as will pay the amonnl due Thom ax J "Tera-m H»nslo|ph s m) Raoioel Carr, on . -eo'inl of therr securityshi; endorsements (for T. At. R and dpb) of certain notes he. itieHi med intlie dresl •lecuted April t*t, t"*4. l9ie r'*l ,Lis Mm o|H * afire, nr la oar' b i,, salt purchasers. The p-r -1t p- rerty will lie sold first; and Cash paymrn'i will be r’-nia/rd Y. w. f.ir MKr I June 21. 19—ids V. 0.1 rUAW TO COTTOJV planters IV order to answer the mauv •n.junies made relative to pis » ddarry for propelling CoUaa Uin- —, Mllla to all i our. i ned, I line miert a ski JUiatrj suitable fw that puipose where horse power is eiupKyed, anti aurh as is now in successful operation. . .... - ,-.|mr v. vii, Dunncr ai in inco 131 lout • . v t ne miiu shall of wooii, about one foot dianwter, withhor.e Wx waiVC,,afi Uoritoutr*11y» loeiteud l_ or 13 tret to the B » HaitiSpurWhecI of cut iron driving pinion C,on a wrought iron perp. nJ,rUJat lufl, o„ whirl, „ D a Uevil wheel, driving pinion K, on a wrought iron horitontal (halt, whirl, |i the l.an I wheel V. The l and from wh.ri, t-ateiMliiigthrough the 8. or II,drives the t«in abort. Uut where the qmoootn i%liioidethelione-walk, and nearly level tbere vtit i, the hoi iaontal si isfl im,»t he coupled to a woodeu shall a» it U. of about C inches dismeiei, w hirh extending over the li'irse-walk enters the jin-room and there the hand wheel i, p teed, over the puilcy of the tain, or as circumstance! may tliClK*. J | oiicliin**rv will be made to p*»*durct by ordinary hor*c t riHt lne re iui ed velori-y to the tim paw : when not other mse tlircctvu it will !•••? cjlrulatn] lor about 540 revolutions pti minute. r 1 he -ot! of the eastings ami wrought iron wi-i k for propel) * *"n n" llii‘ plan is, rnroue horse power about «70 ; for two horse power Wlo St One lior-t Will drive is ,aw,. Tim estimate includes glide. ons, inks, and hands tor main shaft, and hniis tor securing machinery. The journals of the wrought iron ‘"Ii}* arr ttirne«l, and tun on »4ee| cr brawn. \V hrre (iidi nr** to be attached to water mill', the ciretttp •tinces aie so ' ariou, that they can uot be considered ia this advertisement. r*»l- |,r*»eut p.-ice of Gins made in Richmond, with or with- , • >ut flues is, it under 40 »iw\, .30 per saw) for 10 saws oi more, $2 25 p *r *aw. (yin* ot Northern iiaanuficlute with1 «tev! I per saw. Giu« are n<»t mad* at thi« Founderv, 1 1‘iit will he proniifil ot the hind required (niiK) when machi nery j- ordered with tli.'tn. •‘.id no cefiimiwfon cburred, Communication*.po*t paid, will he att» nded, anti to prevent disappointment. plea«e observe that prompt payment, c»i accep tances in town, will he expect* Jin all t, * . .. , DAVID I. DURR. Hicnmoud r mimicry, June 5. — wt>w kind* of Iron and firms Castings, and Wrought i ” nr*' *or machinery, done in the he*t -t\ lr at slinit notice. RTCHMOND PLOUGH Manufactory, near the Union Horn,. b'JAIIK iih.ciibcr respectfully informs hi< friend» and tin J. public gem rally, that lie !in«on hand, Wheat Fans, Coi. Shelters, single and double Shovel Ploughs, Corn Cultivators, and .ilino-t e.erv other description of Agricultural Imple ments, all of wliirli he offers low, for cash. A "nr 17. 12-self_W1U.T AM PALMER. Valuable Heal Estate for Sale. TIME Tract of Land upon which the spb-r-ibrr re.iiles. in the comity of Merklenhurg upon Roan. k-- river.ten mile South East ol the fourth line, containing twelve hundred ami fifty four acres, of which two hundred and ten acres, In an accurate survey, are 1 iver low ground : in addition to which there are screial acres of detarhed lucres of flat land upon the different water courses passing through it. About eight liuiMi ^il am) fifty urm of tl»c high land are standing in woods, .nil of nh, h will produce tobacco, but above €00 acres arc productive tobacco, cotton or whert land. The plaittalieu both • •f high land and 1 v ground is productive ;a good piopoitionol which i> fitted for the culture of toharen or cotton, and nil fn< • ny other crop usually cultivated iu Virginia. Every k.ml of iuiptovnneiil, i i'hi r fortlie ronrer.ient and comfortable arcom m. I ilinii of a family, or the securing of a large crop of every description, is upon this estate. It is not often that an estate is brought into market lh.it aw valuable or desirable. Posses sion wav be had the 2A:h day of December next, with the right 'o seej wloat this fall in due time; one fourth of the purchas. money will i.e requited when posessinn is givtu, the halanct ■ol. divided into three equal aneual payments; from that time iktiahrtnryirruiitT will hr rr^aiird. * _ One other tract 'in I I.e county of Mecklenburg, within one mile of the courthouse, at which place there it a village,which affords a good neighbourhood mat kef, this tiact contains two hundred am! twenty two arre. ; a small plantation recently opened of ahout fifteen acres, with a few uesv cabins put up by the present tenant; about or.e hundred and twenty acjrs of this land is tobacco land ; these two tract* will be -hewn bv tin? subset iber, anil inhis absence hy some agent who will al ways be in place for that purpose. A thiedtrart of tobacco land, Iving in the county of llenrv, r. Itaiuing three hundred and eighty acres, upon I.eathcrwrvi l ( reck,upon which there isa small plantation well enclosed, and some log houses. This tract of land will be shewn In Mr. Wiatt, the tenant Iking upon it. To- scion ofthesr twotrart. "* land can be bad on the 2Sll day of December next: forth, two last tracts of land one third the purchase money will be ri - j qstireil when possession is given; the balance in' two equal •muni payment-,fc>- which saeuritv will be required. ' As agent of Mr. Stith It. err .gin., of Alabama, I will .ill a I trnet ot five hundred acres of laud lying in the county of Net- | t >svay,'aod in that part of the county called the Fork of Not | toway, one half of this tract is wood land ofgood quality; u|>on < it there was formerly a very profitable mill, wliirh. althnueii at (bis time it is entirely out of repair, could be rebuilt at a vers inconsiderable expense. The title to a part ef this tiact df land is still in the subscriber, hut a deed will he executed by him to the purchaser; for the other nart the deed will he made by .Mr. Spragins anil hi* wife. LanJ in Alabama, Kentucky, or Tennessee, or Slaves at a fair price would be taken in 11 rliange fot this tract of land, or it would be sold upon accom modating terms as 1st time of payment. Thirty Shares of Roanake Navigation Stock, upon which all tin requisitions which have been made are paid, can be b3.| The offering this property f.r sale will not interfere with the professional engagement* of the subscribe!; tliev svtll I,.- faith fully fulfilled. (j. GREEN. •ktoe 17-_ _ 12—wtf /iy tAe Uovtrnor of Iht t.ommnnwcaUh of Kt.-g'iuns. A PROCLAMATION. IL’HEBEAS it has been tepresented to the Kxeetftive bv 11 the proper authority, that a certain Samuel Anglin, icain-t wb sm a hill of indictment has Keen found hy a Grand Jury of ths. rouoty of Harrison, for the muider of Jonas Grumes of said munis, on the 10th of January last: did, immediately after the perpetration ol tlie said art, make his escape, and is no.v going it large, I have the. fore thought proper, with the adiitr . | (lie Council of Stale to offer a reward of one hundred and fifty dollars to any person or persons who will apprehend and con vey to the jxtl of the said county of Harris .n the -aid .Samuel I Anglin: And 1 do moreover require all officer* civil and mili laiy, and exhort the good people of the commonwealth to use their best emleav.ii.r, to cause the said fugitive to he aeon hen iled. that he mis be dealt with ..the law rib eel* tin* ii undir my hand a* Governor, and under the seal i> [L S.] tin mtnmonwealth at Hirhiuond, this 31st davof.Miv *825- JAMES PLEASANTS.'’ Samuel Anglin is about 5 feet 8 inrhe, high, dark rurly hil'hv hair, blue eye*, rather dark *kin, stout made .and tlcshv. Mi year, nf age, v~rv talkative it time*, and sometimes drinks to i omideralile fltren- had on a black svoul hai, hi* r h lhei ill of doiueslir iimnulaeiure. He ase-nded the Ohio rivrr in hi* bight, and is probably in mine of the Western Stales or feriitu* rie*. •Line 3.R-.w |w UJ AS eoimniitcd fo the Jell of Albemarle COsnuy, it...* awnv, on the 2gt| day ol March last, i negro in in named MARTlN,.iho*il 30 or 35 years of agr, and i. ft fret 4 inches \ high. I I f .aho e negro r. the properly cf Joseph Cosby of Louisa couu'.y, is hired to Mayberry it Weaver, of Ifoikhinlge ! county. T.ie owner of said negro is requeued to roine forward, j ptnvc’ property , pay charge* and take him away, or lie will lie I dealt with is the I isv ditecls. WILLIAM WATSON, Jailor 1 Of Albemarle County, June 3. 8—w3m College of William tf Mury. CJUlE Visitors and Governor* of this College will pley.se (0 1. i.(serve, Ihst their Annual Convocation will take place, a, 1 Usual, Ml ISIandity, the \thnf July nett. It is a most •nperOn oii* |* add. that Uie affairs ol the rollege reijuire the punctual at. leotUnce of every member of the Vlsotorial Hoard. II. BASSETT, Nrrtor. The annual examination will rommeneeon Tuesday the 28|ls of June, anil be continued daily for the remainder of the week. , On Monday the llh of July, alter the usual exerrises, the Ite. . grit's which have been (lanlnthy the Society will l*e conferred. : Parent* and giianliam and the pub lie generally, who feel an ' ini* rest in our wttninnriea of learning are ie*pci-(’fnlly ms tied to I atl> nd. J. ACGt STTNE SMITH, President. • Wm. A Mary College, M.y 31 7—wtd rtlllK sunacrdier having recently purr hated a 1 arm mi wVicH JL he introds permanently to ri title,offers fm ale that Farm an Stony Run, in the county of Hanover, on wht* h he i* now a fevislelil. It routuin* A4I aei'e«, with a dwelling nouse, kitchen, dairy, barn, ire house, comfortable i|iiarters for negroes, a large garden, and all the reoubiies for a genteel family. Its prom inily to Richmond, (10 miles)—it* being well watered, and in a 1 neighbourhood proverbial foi health, hoipitalify and friendship, cannot hut rentier it an »eqii*sHion to any per*nn svislmig a country residence. The Isnd will be shewn'to anv person svish mg to purchase, on the pretences, and the term* made known by myself thereon. JOH*S II. BLAIR. Feb. 6. 89 --wlf NOTICE TO UJ^D Ell TA K Ell S. THE undersigned eomruisaioners propose to contraetfor the r7«lo*ing the Public Sonar* at Charlotte Courthouse with hriek, on Tuevday the Sfh day of July n»xt. If iv supposed, it will fake from eighty to one hundred thomand heick. CLP U/..VT t AHntNUTOrr, I JOHV hfonroy, ni;ynY a. watkins. a as. n wahsuai.l, 1 AllCH- Pl- ALKYAyHl'.P, J Ci> nmUsiantre. Jolts 21. 13- 3t I ^fTllGINIA: A? iSnffxn'av Court of Ckiin'.’r-, b-jTJen *it!i« j *^^vJapi»al, in the city ol Rich tin-ml, the 19tb day of Mari I., t" John Lewis Barxira and Tliilip J. lUrnxa, io || own r,c|. and as adtu'rde bouis uou ol Lucy L. Paradise, dec. L’itrTs. Arams! John llopkin,, former ad'mor of llie said Lury L. Paradisr decM, lli-ory Edloe, Sergeant of tin city ol Wdlianubuir, and committee and udui’or ol William Hodgson, dcc’d, who was also rn adei'or of the said Lucy L. Paradise, dtcM, Portia llodgsou, widow of the said William lludg.i u, lohii Wickham and William Dandridge, trustee, under a deed from William Hodgson and Portia Ins wile, Joliu Marshall, Ksq., ailin’or of William .Mai,Imll, who was oneef the securities t.. ihe admi nfelration bon,I of John llopkin, and William Hodgson, former ad mV, ol Lucy L Paradise; John Foster olid Hem, Lee, mu the other securities to that bond; Urorge Koper ami Maria O his wife, who wai Maria O.Maisliall; Willi, o 1>. T.i, |,,r »„,« l.'lua Adams hi, ante, who wa» Idi/a A. M.n-hall,Tlioma,(; Lucy and John J. Marshall, infant childteu and uulv heirs of William Marshall, deoeu.rd, * Irff|, '1 hi, cause came on thi, day lobe again heard on the papers fotmerlv read, the supplemental and avtei-drd bill, whirls iinth been taken a. confessed again,l all the defendahts therein ex cept John Alar-hall, John Poster and Help , Kdlue, the decre tal order for that put pose appearing to have been tlulv execut ed, the answers ol' the lad named del eiidants, and teas aimed hy council: on consideration whereof, tliec.Art doth order that Ihe defendant John Hopkins, do tender before n i.mi,,inner ol the court, an account of hi, administration of ihee-lati of the saiii Lucy L. Paradise ; that the defendant Kdloe, do also ren der an account of hi, intestate’, administration of tii.■ ’i1?? cslalc, and ol' his own administration of il,e elate Y h|* '“icslase; that the drfeudanl Joliu Marshall, do ren der before lh* sanir eonimis-idiier an account of hi, admini, tration ol the estate of the said Win. Marshall, dec- 'a„.i ii.-I the <ic.eu liuls, the heii • ol the- said Wm. Marshall, do also rcndei bclore the same lommi.s* inner, nn acroiiiil ,,'f all (|lt. cstaio, rralaud personal, they may liave received front him and the .aid column,loin r is ilii ecti d to examine. .i„ie ,„j i He the .-aid accounts, and t epos l Ihe ,ame to th,. - any matter,specially stated, deemed pettinenl hv himself or which may be required by the paitie. to be -o slait d ’ A copy. Teste, WAI. W. HEMNG, C.C. ' coyrmssroyERS-OFFicE, April 27 n-> The parties interested will plea.etake notice, ihat’l hav e appointed the I9.h day of July next tocmmeucc the account, directed ill the foregoing ordc „l emit, on which da, „t W o Clock, a. I"., they are required to attend al mv ortir, this citv, with tlu ir account, and touchers readv lor examinsi inn andsettlement. II. llAKKIt, M. c. Ha* ___ . .7- wad ll8«k1ANOtKV : 1 ‘‘ Goochland County T^u ioUl~'“ Urorge V»’. l ari iih Wor of Booker Parrish, dred. Piter Bavid M. Parri-h, William hi. Kates and lluldah hi, Old Ann hi, wife. A., Inh.dd " 1",* htlfTd . .arr/'vL mJ wile, Lip-coinh (•rank ..ml Polls- h„ wife, ■||, S|L''1 (Vilheiniehi. wile, .lame. Parti'-1, and t I nstanthi,wife , Itolmri(« P.»rii>h,8u*unimli. Pir:inhand l;ao.S ParriaK rh? dr. n of Itooke, S. Pan i ll, Ihe ... r deed n o rb,‘ The Oelcnd .iit-. William ,S. Bats and lluldah hi, w„V „ld T urn * ISc«’k« r, Kli/a Constant, L >m«a Ann and Wiliia! , * Hate, miaul children ol the said William S. 1!,.,- ,„,i ..f'V en.-ied their appearance and v aecnidiiig to the art e| A.„ ly and the rule, ol th,, t:. UIl and It appearing to the -alhfsrtnin of Ihe feint that lliev nr. m!s inhabitants ol tin -tale, on the motion of the PlaintiffIn, J t«t nev.it i, m dried that the said Uefeudanls William's It ? .ml lluldah hi, wife ami Jan..-, Bo k- ,,K!„ I& I,,n,c* Ann anil W illiam hi. Hates, ini.-nt children uf the -vi i U iMi"” A. H.iU , in.I lluldah In, wiled., am car h, r. ‘n tie I • "i Aloud ay of August next and answer life Plaintiff*, bill -ndi'h,* a cog, of this older he forth with.. ... i’’™ paper Publi,lied in the Cily ol Richmond f«, e,-f.t week, jiSalwS N. W. MILLER, D. C.*G.'fc. ---- 0—w 8vv J ■o^evVl'iisec.mo.t Z si,I.:.^ ! rrt* if, nil tlomlay the tith day of J„„^ i,,26* 11 Ac-.„wt UrOH""' *-',lS,,ec uf’Ku»*n Courtney, Pi .intiff. li.lwar I D. Ncwbill and Thomas NewbiH. Defendant, 1 hi, div . ame the plaintiff by < -liarl. - Mill, K.o * nrv, and it appearing l oin ,n affidavit filed , ,, ‘ ,r"* .hr defendant, lldua.d D. Newbill , l, n, t ‘'l' * vt iteol Virginia, and that the ordinal - t.ror.-., .. i ,| : °f ' ** - anno, he served noon bun it-d.. Ld Uc ed 'VhaVT appear heir on or bet-,re hr 2nd Monday in Au- u I ,. xi - „ 1 filter hi* anptm.irv e*nd jrntsrcuritv f ,i.« . ~r „ * » 1 m* .be fntuie decree of this Court, ac'cnbne to tC^lTo'tM a Court, and that .copy of tl.iv , rder he fioithwilh ii cited ,omr newspaper puohvhed ,n (he , ,,y of Kiehmnnd for ,^ ...onth, .ucm-.ivelv, and that another copy l„ .. o h orn door of the Court home of th., roomy for two u . onrt day*. A copy. Te.tr, -» ce.s.ve June Id. 10-wr.w (■ fiO: H. POIND EXT K i; n.tt f jlMt subscriber take, have t.~in,... i„, n nTm-Tr^Tr? X public generally, that he ha-taktn the V. AK.M S Pit IN fid estahii-hment for a term of voar,, and tl.a he u,| In ...,cr prepared for the reception and « .n.f,, aceommoda t.on ofcoinpaiiy. Tl.e bath, a.e in eyrelleiii ..rdc, nml rarl 11 'Mention will be paid to persons ti-ine their. l.--r .1o rarlecof .ho water of the Warn, SprHig, he , .1. , lutlnllirUcf* from a Phy.ician who has had auipl. -vornrnr Oi ib efficacy. To render il more agr*. ablet., ul( £a|aie quantity oil, Will con.lnndv be kept cool,.Itlrs, wh« ItV. conif. a, pleaniit a- - ilpfii.r water ran be. The Chair heat.. Spring. >0 us.lul a,, to,and in --f scrof.il,, UVo w good order, anil anew l ain lin, lately Keen 1.,. n V cold and wmin water may be admit,Id, aHirc to th- wi%h oi th* palicnt, ami to fuini>h nn L rel en, .-hewer bath. The subscriber ha. p|e„ure in ,(„„* hat the - r ulj hadi-.g Iron. Staunion to the Sw.-h a„d !oforeHP‘"'8S b) ' 1,1 * ooUi:i.n than here. Warn Spring*, Path County, Va. May 21. r.I"nfniTl!" ih: rf <»*' Warm Spring, remi;ir|, vain.,lb. The medicinal power. „f ,„i11(., ,an „l, he propertv mfeiied fro,,, then- experienced efcrti, bo, i.to be regretted ,h,t a perfect knowledge of it,. 01 c.„, medicinal .(.ring. I,a, no, I,..,, acquired by accurate analv ,-4. rhe w,,e,» . . b. U Spring." when tiken fw^r! aify. spri'dilt- art on the whole system, t he, incrra.i ||<= !‘r'l°" Mbh* hl“oJ-v,,"'|-.> »>'* ^■•'•nien, ,.f the i.cvouv-y„ ' " d vaiiou. .ecredo,,.. When these effect, .. J t Wl . .1 * 5 M «>l Iheii I..fiend o,.nation. \ l" M lh. V ran.y h. ad-ache,||„r», and exec..f heat, th, „„a,. t ' ••imiiii.T-e,I. They are highly n.efil i„ ntfec,,..i„ tin-live, and vtsnmh ,„„i oh„. unions of variou, nf^OJ, n,»<» puriirularly in n < . i,. C(,Uf. uv .1... %,i »i# iea.po. nbil oftfir -aturafe.1 s. lm,.,,. ,.f Kp...;„ salts,wo o, three ‘.... *'■- ■»- T. . vulgar rtlaxaiit on tl.e principle that heat k„to, ,hc relic.,,,,, of inani. mile siil.-taiices, 1. an.nrd. llie nnahev does 1101 hold wit's r. .pert ,0 the ippliraion on , l.r living „,;ma| -p|lc bath I. Via,ply a >Hm„la„!,an.l. .User strcnglbens or eahautU as applied moderately or esr,-..u, as SALT SOLPI1 //li~SPlijjV(JS. rTIHh ‘Ulxciibcr# retire!fu|fy inform thtr r»uMic, tint fh« Th mkiw fl.eo"7 *Z """ "!7r particular management Thank ng then, b.r their already !,be,»l pal,,mac,- they arc hsppylo inform (farm that >h.y have added con .Viab.v t„M,V bonier improvement., whi-h will cm„.„r.. ,o,bc coi.veim-nco a„.l i .""fo ot their coo.pany ; and they- pledge tlieii „arr nnfrd esertious to give enure valisfacib.n to ijmse who visit ibem. i h, se spring, ire situated ,n M. n„.r coo,,,., eh,.,,, ,ao mi.e. and a half from Lnrno. Tlu nrighb.m, h. od „ , ,,.,al ,0 "PPrr country, t heir n.rdirinai virlne,:, liili.‘u-a»d I idniou.iry con,plaint, have b.en sow. II t,,,,d w. thin a few y ears, (hat the aiilncnbris t. el the utmost confide.„. a-.ur. ing the,,,biro of,heir efficacy ioalica.y, iha, c.dh ,c lie r, medic., partirtilarly r, moving gaslnc affi cHons.di.e ,s proceeding from ohstrurlions of the . xrretory duct of th. liver •periling beneficially 01, ihe whole aliineiilaiy cunaj, rr-n.ov ng the causes of disea.e, and e.fabli.biiig, by it. Ionic powers, ",e •'7.^:'' ,l,e V.lem. The o,le,„iWe oualilie, ire Sulphur ami Soda, forming a alma neutral rnivturr. vupefi or lo nnv phoiniaceii,teal preparation, at once plr.vanl as n drink, mild and . main in ,t. Operation,and pern. meuHy henr ficial lo Ihe di-ei.ed. 1 ,.e pr.n,,etoi. ihir.k proper to vi de, for Ihe information of those wfio a,e laboring under -imilsr compl iii"., that ih- following disea.es have been cuie.l by ‘lie otut oulphur cincfne-. vix: ..a. ..a.. , 1. ..... in- . t.nn< XI. I III M r OI.;.urtl»m, ti.gnbi-r with xll il.c romi.l catvrf niittwranf the lioweli, ilx'tnririigei of the hii-a.t partiruUr, ■*' »r- 11.11 III.rMMiali,m xn.l liout. p,r3oni rlf.iroui of l r».( ..liifird of il.r Ixct, ran im.ljr to eillier of the pi oor.rlor.,«h*ri certificate* from respectable geotleuun and J*die« ran bv .crij. .. „ „ EKSKtNE Ac CAM lf VliLMrf. Slonror countr, Vx. ;lfx>/ 15. » TO FARMERS. * r|1j,K '"briber hiring . factory „i l xrm.nfi Utrmib in i i i » ' . ’ ** 1 * co,ner<’,' B»od Ifnlutrrels. • I. r. .mar '''"•d nriv xml much approved plxu of Ml itigi.iam k:i Oi l pattern, w.it. ihr liar-ihare. A. a o. a in. .11 ifir-ii...r, m 111. pin. ... m> own cottfliunion. A tuiail (larurn l ioii^.i to •votk l.y lian.l ; doul.lr al.d <inKlr Shovel I’loucb*, wi;h x ixri v’v pi tl'llivxtorixild llxrp.u.. WI o.i fi'in 1. -.1. tnifl-U .ml .Iii'-lr, of the moil ttpprovril plain A* al-o, .lhrrUiri.il. mid* to order, iFaring lately got a «H,vk-in«tli from the North a.y U* ^om* cwnplwr. As several pe rsons have mad? anil •old 1 h>iteh« c King (hem D.ivMt, f may inform the public th^t no other per>cn It u ib*> privilege of mu kin* tliem in Old \ irguita, race pi in Louflon comity. „ , THOMAS SPENCER Kiflifnofiil, M.srchJ^. iO-f~wtf Look at thm an you pas*. f subset me .flVi* i i «ile, thonell known and de«inb!« I Lnml, fin which he now resides, lying on EHr re»k, in Medford r unt v,Vu,:»niv, coip’lining two hundred and Mgh’ v three a *re.. There i« a • nTinemv of open land to work live or si* hand* t» »d vantage. The wu icMand i» well timbered, iiorl trrii n'Vipied t » the culture of tobacco. There is on (he premi *** * corns*. .diotifiud i "mfurtaUr Pwrlltng House, with »i rooms, and ftw fire place*, and *ther convenient houses, aho an apple ofrluf I of eactdleftt finit. Thi# tract of Laprl hon, a wealthy, h«A;ii i v and respectable n« fghlw iirbood, fifteen mill 1 Lynehl uj * eleven miles from Itedlord courthouse, and five m»fe« f ovn S» wLondfi. Any person vrl hing to purchase the above (raff of Laud, can know *th»- in t»i* of .*jr by applying ■® CIIAKLL8 t;ALLAWAY,/r. March I5. KKk-wtf Uf Ab* committed (o (he |si| of IVince William CountyTon the 3d day f t M trrh, lI-’,l>, *« \ runaway, % negro man named BARTl hT'/’--he state!* ihit be i« ill* property <>f Mr*. Mdfv P.ige,nf It irhmond county, Va. Saul runaway iv *borif forty years old, of dark complex inn, shout 5 feet two inches high; h<? had on when committed,a dark brown coatee ital blue f.*on«.—*The owner of «aId runaway is hereby re^uirud loeom* forward, prove property, pay charge* and take him away v he will be dealt wifh ai the law direct*. Aprils. ||o...w 12w JOHN At*:nciiAtfT,.r*j|or. COTTON (; /NS. : subscriber, formerly * rr*itlrnt ' f ftdbefn cmmtv X where be was Inni; engaced in making Cotbn (ilfff * 1 were highly approved ef, h*# now re«umrd Ih i bi|,iri(.4’f ^n/iis city,and intends carrying it on, on the rn« d ir^»rov,(j tn any demend that may he tvantinr, at the I e ^ yl M per».'*w, for ail trim of from -K) to iOs-iw# ; n«l for fb*ye of a greater number of #*w«, S2 25 only will be dnrge«f, |>r wdshrs those who may want (rim made, to send tbtf Orders *• as possible, which shall be faithfully rirctd, and iflK work 1 i* not approved of they shall not be botm/Jo receive d. My rcidence is on Main <?f><ff,ovrr V \Yillinm ,M»tchelh Jaweller- t It If Hi L AYRKS. I Kichm^ih1. Msyll 7 /