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VOL. XXIV. CHARLESTOWN, JEFFERSON COUNTY, TIIURSOAY, MAY 5, 1831. ’ >0. IO, THIS Exuounoy._ From the New York Cmirirr. Tht Piratea.-— About 5 minute* af ter I £ o'clock yesterday the sanguinary pirate Gibb* (.«* we shall continue to call him) and Wansley, paid that for feit which tin* latv demands from those who perpetrate such crime* a* they have been convicted of. Within the last three day* several clergymen at tended the convict* with a viewr of preparing them for the awful change from tile to death, which tSiev were about to undergo. Daring the night preceding the execution, seteral cler gvmrn visited both the convicts, and prayed and tonseiacd with them with out intermission. They severally expressed their con viction of the justice of the sentence. About 8 o'clock they were taken Irom the prison at Bellevue, to Blackwell's Island, and from thence to Kill*' Island, the place of execution, where they ar rived about half pa*t 9 o'clock. Thev were immediately brought into the Fort, where they remained in prayer with the clergymen, until they were bi ought out foi execution. Th< rcution. —The Klimt u-nt much crowded from nine o’clock until the execution took place. The bay presented a very animated spectacle, surrounded a* it was by hundreds of boats of all sices, which had landed the persons who were anxious to wit ness the spectacle. About half past 11 o'clock, Ciibbv and NVanslev were brought out from the Fort, in which they had been since they landed on the Island, tiibos was dressed in a blue roundabout jacket, and blue trow •era and white cap, the jacket bearing on the left arm the figure of an unchm worked with white ribbon; Wanalev wore a white linen frock coat, white trowser* B„j white cap. all trimmed with black nbbon. The convicts ad vanced steadily from the Furl to the gallows, which was erected on the west side of the Island, about one rod north of the tree which stands there. Immediately after they arrived at the fatal spot, tlie rope was adjusted by Mr. Read, the Assistant LT. S. Mar •hal. It was so arranged that the hanging of the Pirates should take place by slinging them up, instead of dropping them Iroin the scaffold, as it* ino»t generally done with persons hanged. \V ith this view, the scaffold was erected to a height of ab >ut I3leet from the earth. Two ropes of about one inch in diameter were passed through pulleys, which were placed— one in each extreme end of the top bratn. To one end of each of these ropes was affixed, live fifty-six pounds weights ; ihe other ends were tied to gether, ami »lie* knot which bound them wa> placed on a block between the two outward stakes. From the centre of the large rope, a piece of rope of about live-eighths ol an inch in diameter, of sulli* iont length to form a noose, was sutf|H-nded. About hall past II o'clock, when the convicts were brought under the gallows, the smaller tope was fixed loosely on their throats; and almost immediately after Gibbs, who, by his own request, was attired in a blue round-about, linen jacket and frowsera, having on his left arm an anchor, made the following address:—“Good people wi»o surround rne here with this fatal cord around my neck, soon to appear before ih it just find whom I have so often offended. Iii youth I was on board a vessel of war, and took an oath that at anv other time would seem hoi • ritdc to me ; 1 kent if, and wuv a mur. dcrcr, and I hope you will all take warning by iny fate. I was born ol i cspectable parrots, ami received a goird education, but I did not properlv npply these advantage*; however I hope thsi Christ will make my death ms easy a» if I had died on a downs pillow.** The prisoner went on to atate that he had b.*en guiltv nf shedding she blood of many ot his fellow men, but without entering into any particu lars. In conclusion he a< know lodged thejusticc of the sentence, the penalty of which be wii toeodurr, andriprrva ed an entire confidence in his hopes of forgiveness m that world into which he was about to be launched. ^oon after he had finished Speaking, ^ ansley rnpiested one of the ilergy* •non in attend nice to sing a part of a psalm; this wav of roui»e complied wnh, and \V ansley joined in the air, together with many of the person* arou nd him. lie then proceeded to address the spectators, lie acknow ledger! (liejustice ot hi* sentence; stat ed that he had lived for along time in a pious At respectable family,(whose name we have learned;) that lie confirmed with the ceremonies of i rligion.and put •nine confidence in his power to avoid evils ; he warned all who were jKesetit to be dilbd*nt in the nselves, and add ed, that although they nnght not be murderers nor rubbers, yet they re quired penitence. In conclusion he preyed for his shipmate (tibbs, and re quested the prayers of ill around him. Soon after lie ceased, (jibbs called a physician, who was in attendance, am! asked him in a low tone whether he could die easier by holding his breath, or breathing out. Tin physician ad vised the latter mode. In a few se conds after, (tibbs gave the signal that he was ready, by dropping a handker chief lie held in hi* hand, and imme diately after, the Deputy Mai vital cut with a sharp hatchet the knot bv which the two ropes which sustained the weight* were at Inched,and instant ly the weights fell, and the prisoners were drawn up to such height as the length of the ropes attached to the l weights permitted. Wansley ceased to exist in about one minute. Hi* weight, it is sup|io»ed. served to short en his agony, lie appeared to suffer but little bodily pain, as when the rope was about to be cut he clasped his ; hands as if in the attitude of prajer, and they remained so till he was cut down. Ciibbs remained perfectly still lor about one minute after he had be come 9'jspended, but be then began to *tru2!»le violently: ho raitoil liv*. hands up, although hi* arms were pin iontd behind, so as to push the cap he wore from his mouth, and lie evident ly endeavored to assist his breathing; he afterward* raised his hand so at to open his lips—all this evidently with the intention of following the physi cian** advice, lie continued to strug gle about five or six minutes, and then ceased to exist. After the bodies had remained hang ing about three quarters of an hour, they wc^e cut down, and conveyed in in the Medical College for dissection. Mr. Brower, the Sculptor, took a cast from the countenance of each. Yesterday morning, before Gibbs left the prison, the woman confined in the same prison, with whom he was intimate in Liverpool, was admitted to see him, by her own request. She seemed greatly affected, and both em braced each other very tenderly. At the Fort on Kl I is Island, the boy. Daws, who is now employed in the Navy Yard, Brooklyn, and who is dressed in the United States uniform, had an interview with each of the con victs. They gave him some sound 'advice, which it is to be hoped, he will follow. lie shook hands with both immediately before they were ex ecuted, but he seemed little moved by their situation. When brought out from the Fort, and while Gibbs was speaking, Wnnslry trembled ve ry much, so that it was necessary to support him; but after bis mind got engaged in the psalms, he recovered his self-possession. Gibbs betrayed no marks of terror, although it wasev ident that he shrunk from death.— W hen first brought out, he surveyed the gallows with an anxious eve, but seemed satisfied that there was no means of avoiding his fa»e. By the Kev. Mr. Dunbar, one of the clergymen who uttended Gibbs the night before his execution, and some time before, we arc informed that Gibbs showed great signs of repentance. Tui-ther jwiiir'ilao from the Journal of Com* mrtT#\ To the last, Gibbs confirmed the statement published by us respecting his horrid atrocities, in nearly every particular. lie admitted that what lie had communicated in regard to hit Ving on board the Hornet and Chesa peake was unfounded, and declaied that his sole object in making such re presentations w as to conceal hi* true name, and prevent his friend* from being Visited with the stigma that Ids dimes would cast upon them, lie said if he had confessed that he first went to sea in the brig Itrutu*, from Newport, in IHIC. that then he might easily base been traced and identified a* James I). Jeffers. We are informed from the most re spectable authority, that he has made a foil disclosure of all the accomplices, aider* and abettor* in III* piracies, and that it is the intention «l the person, who has the information in his posses sion, to proceed to Washington and communicate it without delay to the President. When published. »a*t our informant, ** it U'ill attouml the jtrop/e of th%$ nation. ” There are various circumstance* which have eomr to our knowledge since the confession was published, which tend st'onglv to corroborate the statement which (Jibb* has given of his piratical career. He was visited in prison bv C/pl Kearney, who com manded the I". H. brig Knterpn/.e when she re captured the ship Lucius and another vessel at (’ope Antonio. (>iM»s immediately recognized him, and in the course of their conversation rrferred to numerous inridrntt that occur;cm! there, Woirh non* bul a per son present could have been aware of. He enquired of Captain K. if he found some warm coflee on board of the aliip when he took pniieuion of hci ? which being answered in the affirmative, he added with a halt smile, *• you didn't tlrink any of it!” intending to convey the idea that it was prepared and poisoned for their destruction. We learn from a gentleman who was pre sent at the interview, that Capt. Kear ney was fully satisfied that he had been a pirate, and a participator of the Cape Antonio freebooterain the com mission of many of their horrible out rages upon their fellow’ beings. I he appearance of a suspicious vessel off the Capes of the Delaware several years ago, aL*>ut tha time the llebecca Sims sailed on one of her voyages to the East Indies, and the robbery ol the ship Providence, at spoken of by Gibbs, have been fully ronfn met! to us. POETICAL. O,STEALTUOU NOT MY PAlTtl AW AY hi cii mu. uiLiKia.xe unit. IMi* »ti al not tlioii im I'mnli utuv, Nor o in|*i to doubt tlw trusting mind,— lx-t tall llmt i-artb ran yield limit, llul Irate tliit li<-MVrtilt gift behind— Our life it but a meteor gleam, l.il uji amid surrounding gloom,— A dying lamp, a fitful beam, ItiiciicKeil m tin- cobl and tilent tomb. Yet if, a» l»i>ly iuen bate said. | 1 IN IT lit * VM*\<»V|tl |IM* «|V;«nr H >nio region wtirn the faithful ihiwl l.tertiuliy forget to luouui; \\ < li oiue the scofi", tin* oword, the chain, Th«- hurtling wild, the lilark abyss,— ’ I xhrir.k not from tin* path .if jtaiu, W huh cmlcth in a world like this. But, o!i! it all tliat nerrn u« lie tv, , V •*«■*» grief assails and sorrow xtings, j Ksist l.ut in the sliadowy ■iilierv Ol Fancy’s weak imaginings; If hopes, though i In t idied long and deep, | ^ lie cold and li.iv leu mock. lies; I Then welcome that eternal fl.-rp. Which knoweth not of drrams like these. Vet hush! tltou troubled heart! b.* still; Keuounre thy vaiu philosophy;— i lake morning on the misty lull. The light «>f truth w ill break on thee, <io—Search the prophet's deathless png!— <•0—(|urxu<m thou the radiant sky , And learn from limit, mistaken sage' _Tbegh>ri<>us words—»♦ Thou shall not die!” _rOHEION I The following important and affecting address to the Polish Nation has been published by the (•overuntent of Poland. ADDItF.SS TO TIIB PF.nPl.K OF POUND. 1 *• Country men—Already the combat I for our existence, for our liberty, and lor our imlapendcncr, J»a* begun ; it '* perhaps the lift. Our first 6xed purpose is gloriously to cont|Ucr or lo die; anti we have sworn, that if it should please Providence lo permit us , to be subdued, like the Jews after (he destructiou of Jerusalem, we will ne ver cease to be Pole*. We will swear now that vve will hide our nationality deep in our hearts from the eyes of our enemies—but that never will a member of our great but unfortunate nation unite himself with our enemies, either by blood or by friendship—that never shall want or contempt bring us or our latest descendants to deny Po land— but that we will look upon one |another, a* brothers, help one another in toil—-and in the mul->t of misfor tune and in mercy, live upon the iccol Icctions of the past and present, and preserve the moral presence forever, I and rather disperse over the face of the earth than languish in slavery._ May those Powers who ate lav.," Mi lo us ar least obtain this urn h — th.it after our lull we may In* p i milled in leave the aacrrd land el out lathers with our possession* arid goods. I he Diet shall prescribe the form of our oath. The Diet shill take it with I »he Polish people, anil wh^tI order it to be read from the pulpit. The Minister of Foreign Affair* shall addiess nnli>« in Fi.,1,,.1 —...I L’._ exhorting tlm-e Power*, Out. in the event ol a defeat, the remain* of <>ur nation, at well a* the pri»on* er», rhall he art at Itbetty, ami j»er* mitted to leave our fatherland, pro faned by the enemy, malted bv ihe j blood ol the Pule*, and atrewedwith their boor a—that we may tell without hindrance our poaaeatinna and good*, nnd carry with ui what we can take away. Thoae Power* will not repulae the prayer* uf a people who for ten cental ie* have guarded Rurni>* on the K.»»l and in the North; and the con |t|ueror will rejoice to be lid of a gene ration that moat ever hate him. If he po»*e*a the magnanimity which lie pre ; ie*«e* to the world, he will willingly do a deed rontiihuting alike to hia glory j and to hia infereaf, Thoae among u* whom Providence ahall permit to sur vive, or who ah.ill he woundrd amt in pi ikon, will, with our rye* full ol tear* arid with bleeding heart*, leave the land ofonr father*, with the pne»tk , of our Holy Faith, and.repair to (hove jdiefant region* of A*ia. Africa, and | America, which the provideiue ol !(i«*d and hoapilality ahull point out— thankful to ike giver of an awlum j nhere our nationality miy atilt be p« r milted lu 9u: vivo.** I AM just receiving and opening a hand j some assortment of SI'KINC* CiOODS. 11 I'M Pi I ItEY KEYES. Charlsstoivo, April <1, 1931. MOBS NEW GOODS. ^ 111 IE subscriber has just received, snd is wi now opening, (at the old stand) his sup | NK\V spuing goods, which he invites his friends and customers to call and examine ; and assures them, that they will find Ilia good* • » cheap snd as ele gant as will be found in the country SEBASTIAN* KATY. Smilhfield, Jefferson t’o. Ya. 3 April 21, 13Jl.—Jt. S New Spring Goods. The aubaeriher hat received hi* aupply of ipbivo goods, AND invites his customers and the public generally to call and examine thrill I Apt.I 21. W M CT.KYKI.AND. OAZX A STD SEE I The Splendid Assortment of spamo am) stjimikdb. .‘It Market-Square, Harper a Terry. ^■MIK subscriber* are just receiving and I opening a general assortment of SKA SONARI.K fiOODS, consisting of British, f re rich, India, hrimin, Irish, atid American1 l)r> tioods. They respectfully inform their ir.an.l. . - -I ,1_1.1. _ .1. -L ■ . . • tensive; an I those in search of /Wgninr will find it to their interest to c.-.ll anil « xanune. KUS8KLL it FITZSIMMONS April 21, 1831. NEW SPRING GOODS. TlIK subscriber* respectfully announce to their fiit nds and the puolic, that the> ' have received, and are now opening, a large and handsome asaoitincnt of SnUNQ GOODS, which will be sold low. We invite all who I are fond nrgood bargains, to call and examine for themselves. JOHN FRA MR 8t CO. Ilarpers-Ferry, April 21, 1831_3t. New Spring and Summer GOODS. THE undersigned respectfully inform their customers and the public gene rally, that they are mm tereivmg and j opening a splendid assortment of Npring and Summer floods. w Inch have been care fully selected in the Baltimore markets They will be sold on their usual accom modating terms, for cash or on credit, as low as any goods wf equal quality which may have hern purchased as far north n* Boston. We hope our friends will favor us with an early call, and examine for themselves \\ e pledge outsell** to be as good as our words. W.M F. LOCK S, CO. Charlestor-n. April 1-1, 1831. NSW QOOD3! VXW OOODSI! C1 KOHClR w. H AMMOND respectfully I announces to his customers, that he iV now receiving and opening a large supply of Futhionable and Seatonable DAY GOODS, I far dir are ^ Queenaw(ire% and <Iroccries, All of which he has lately purchased in the I’hdndrlptu* and llaltirnore markets—and tu which he would be glad to call tlieir atten tion April 21, 1831. NEW SPUING GOOES. JO||\ J. FR \ MK announces to Ins friends and cus omers the arrival of bis stock ot S'-Kjmm GU DIDS, embracing the most fashionable, beautiful, and iivclni articles He invites an examina tion ot his ai,d prices. April 21. Uxil —Jt. NEW SPUING (iOOl).S. ^ I undersigned have the pleasure | of announcing to their friends and the public generally, that they ate now receding. am) huve coinmcnced opening, their supply of NEW SPRING GOOES, srirciru Vrolii III#* |t|Vfi| Ifltporlatioii*, |nu which th, y are determined lo a*-|| on Ihe niovf reasonable term*. One of ihe fum i» now in Philadelphia, ami will ronlinue lo vend on g*od» until ihrir assortment is entirely complete 1 hey lender their thsnkv for the enreurngement heretofore , received, and trust, from Ibeir unrennlling devire to please, to uierit a continuance o< public patronage MCPKRTA KOWN8I.AU. Hniithfirld. March 2 I —Gt. I FHKSII OK Wfifx ^ I.KMIINS, J t’ST received, and toe *»le, l»y W M tt.K.V Kt.AND. . April JI, 1831 Ml lata AND x < I I s %W9, I HAVf, i few Mill end ie* (ui Saw a, of I tin mod approved kind, s' 'he Inwrvt ; pr*«r*. * WM ll.I.OUMi, Apnl 21, 18,1. WLTISS, uo. GnASKS pint VI. d<>c t U*et WINKS, I d-» do. MuKi'tl do* 4 dog Hi ke! Svl', It'S I received amt f >e vale he I*. W. IIAMMOND. April :i, IDh TWILLED HAGS. M§ur t Y r w vrr.vrr KrtFs JOHN JACKSON, Constable, Auctioneer, tsc. Ul.SPfct.Tk L 1.1 .Y inform* hi* friends snd ^ the public, that he lias been appointed Constable in the district embracing Shep hcrdsfown snd HarpersTerry. In tendering his services in the capacity of Constable, he assorts sll who may entrust him with the col lection of their claims, that if strict attention and punctuality give any claim to their favors, he feel* quite confident he shall merit a por tion of their patronage. He will make pri vate collections, in consideration of • fair com mission, and attend lo aucli other business as may come w ithiu the line of hie engagements. As auctioneer, he will attend to all calls made upon him fur his services in that way, by due notice being given hnn, either personally or by note through the post office at Sbcphctds tuwn, the place of his residence. March 34, 1831 —3m Mil IIAKI, MKI.HOKN informs the public, that he haa removed bis shop to the building lately occupied by SatuucI ('ibson, where all who want Watches, Jewelry, &v. Are invited to call, lln intends to kaep constantly on hand some first rate brass eight-day Clocks, in short cases, for man tel pieces, of his swq manufacture. war ranted and very low priced. The watch repairing, and other work io the thop. will br deae liy lJ. Holt, Jr. who would thank those who want their work well done, and at reasonable prices, to give him a trial. Harpers Ferry, April 1 I, 1831 —3m - ■ I SSO 8BWA8S. RAN AW AY from the subscriber, on the night of Saturday the 2d instant, a negro girl, named JANE She ia 17 or 19 years of igs, about 5 leet S or 4 inches high, of a dark copper colour, and slender form, and ia a very sprightly and comely girl She has on her right cheek, a large mole, resembling a damson in colour and si*e, which is a very conspicuous mark.— She took with her, a black stuff frock, two white cambric petticoats, with muslin spencers to suit Also, a white cambric sun bonnet, sundry fancy handkerchiefs, and a large shawl, white centra and tx.r der around Jane is fond of dress and tight lacing, anil somewhat vain of her personal appearance—and she may haxe other clothing with her. For the apprehension anti delirery of this girl to mo. I will give the above re ward of $50, if taken out of the State ; and if taken at any place within the State, a reward of $25; and in either case, all Seasonable expenses for bringing her home to rnr W ILLOUGHBY W. LANE. Charlestown, Jefferson Co. Ya. ) April 14, 1831. f WOOL WANTED. N17E willreceixe any quantity of W'ool, * " in exchange for Goods, and ailoxv the highest price. We have ju*t received mi additional supply of CAIU'ETING. from the Funkstown Factory: and shall, in a few days, raccive a further supply. W’ool j can be advantageously exchanged for car \ I'etiog W'M. 1*. LOCK $• CO April 1 I, 1931. CASH FOR WOOX, /.V at.IRTIXSBCRO. '■MIE subscriber* having leased Mr. Ed I ward A Gibbs’ Factory, fora term ot \ years ami having gone ibfuiigb a thorough repair, they wish to purchase fi#ur or fixe l bon sand pountU of WOOL, far which they will pay the ingliest price in cash, or give goods m exchange. I l»ey are ready to exe cute all country work at I ho shortest notice • nd in the best possible manner, and at the lowrat prices—such as Carding. Dying, Full ing, Ike. JOHN N KIDDLE fit CO. I Matbn*h><eg, V,. April 21, 18ol —6t. WANTED. f 1 'llF. subscriber wishe* to purchase a Urge I quantity of W OOL, for which the high est price will be given m merchandize. It illium Cleveland, April 21 18.1 WOOL! WOOL!! I" 1911 to purchase a large quantity of, W'OOL of all qualities, l.r which I will, give the highest prices. (i. n, ii .m »h»i> i». WOOL. 4 | AVKII In purrh»-« WOO|,, fur nl.ich I J will (i«« ili« liifthett market prim April *1 in MfHftfcl KKYI S. Liquors and Groceries. M All KIM A. Hliriry, 1.1 abort, l*orf, an! , M.hfr* A' INKS, Kifiirh Itrafuiy, Hptniih «k». Jamaica ftpinrs, IIoiumIic d». Heart* II-.imJv, ol I Apple *Jo. Cordial*.— ami a large tiipply of lirnrrrin af all kunl»,—all .piat received and fur eelr by fitorgt IP. //amtn<jtnl. April 21. 1831. C Vi LOP.KIHA FOR HAI.F.. I^»U MAI.K. at It.e t t.»rla.|««n A put tie « #r* and fin k Store, "The Crelopvdia. •*r, t‘m»araal Di. inxi.rr of Arta, Hriantr*. ••id l.*t. relure h. a iiam Ucaa, D. |> f II 4 P I. 4 kl kr " The ebo»e described work *• eomplela , nuuad in ealf tdelbar, |«tu*ra*l and number rd, and will be wld low. April 1 l - . i I 4 Aft s ttftOAA N TWXULXSD BAOL ()IUk *»♦•* rjMaldjf dW7*aruaa Twilled w" rt W H Af.S, i<id receded ami fie vole by -Afw.l 21. A W H.AAIMOXH. 'Ilir celebrated four tni/c /forte, SOUTHERN ECLXP9T, Wl I.L stand this season, on Mondays, Tuesdays and W rdncsdav*. at the sia bl® of Anthonv S. Chambers,' m Martins burg; and on Thursdays, FnJaysand saiur •lay a, at th« stable of ll»e tubvi ribe r in shrp berdstown; and he In to marts at ten dot ars ibe season. Mares Vent froru a distance can be fun ished with good pasture at fifty cants ths week. The season w >11 rotnmnic® th® -Oth of March, and and th« Siib Job® l.sery rate will be taken of mate* but no responsibility for accidents or n espea. Fur pedigree and prrfoi utsnces see baudto.ISs, or Skiuoar’s Turf Kegisttr. josiipii k;sti.f.k Msrrh IT, IP51_tf. BOLIVAB, ___ (Sired by Sir John. ) CTplllS very superior JACK, will stand wA on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, at Uock Mall, the farm of Thomas M. Willis near the While-Mouse, on the n.ad leading from Charlestown to \\ mche*ter, and oil Thursday, Friday and Saturday of each 'v*-rk, at Capt. Jaiocs Cjlanns near \\al i pert * lavcin, about eipial <listanc® frotn Shepbardstown.Harpeis Ferry and Charles town. Bohvar'a tine size, full 4 feet i l-*; inches high, compart foim. bone and Mus cle. will recommend him to all wo are de sicoua of breeding mules. Terms. f‘. tl.® season, discbaiged by six if paid vs ill, m tho season, *» dollars insurance. to b® pai l u . soon as the mares aie known to be with foal. Parting w iib the tun*, or irregular atten dance ut th® Mend, forfeits the insurance. Twenty-five cants to the groom The sea son w ,11 € nm r.LMir « i.n it. I . ■ . t 1_i . • od ihft 25lh of June. WM. B. WILLIS. March *4. I S31. ' lUCilNlA, Jr.rKK.nsoN Co. Sn: March I <'iin in HjJI, alt« i' til** Coutift Comt Thomas Criggt, Jr. Complainam, AGAINST 'J'homat Brottm% Derr.xnAST. IN CHANCERY. * CHE defendant id thia suit uol having en I tered Ina appearance and given security according to tbe Act of A*t«mbl*, end the rule, of ihia Court$ and it appearing by sa tisfactory ev idt nee. lovvit: bv theafliJavi* of Eliaa Edmonda, that the aaid defendant ia not an iniuliiUnt of this ci'iniuonnralth ll i> ordered, that tbe .aid defendant do ap pear here on the firet day of the neat June term of thit Court, and naatr the hill of the complainant, and that a copy of ihia or der be forthwith inverted in some newspaper published in this couo'y. and posted at the front door of the Court-House of ihi» coun ty, fot two month* successively. A copv— Teste, SAMl’EL J. CRAMER, c. j c. March 31. IrJI. V I R(i INI A, J irw KKsujr Co. Sit: Murcli 11rui, ISJI, iu tl,« Countv f.'oui-t John Ctaspy and Mu.y his wife, David ( hispy ami Catharine his wifr, Da vtd She lit r, Sr. John Sheelrr, Sam lul Sheeler, Mary Shrelcr, Marian t Shteltr, and Catharine Shteltr, tri tlotc and rtlicl of Jacob Shttlrr, de erased,.Complainam •», AGAINST Afar tin Shttlrr, ami Ate Donald, and Jane Shteltr, Catharine Slut hr ami Frcdtrick Shteltr, which said June, Catharine and Fredrritk are infants under the age of twenty out ytuis, .... Umkmjams. IN CHANCERY. r|MIF. defendants out having entered thnr 1 appearance and given aecurit* an »rd ing to the Ai l «»f Assembly, and the rule, or this court; and it appearing hy satisfactory evidence, that they are owl inhabitants of thi* Common wealth: It is ordered, that the •aid defendants do appear here ori the fir*i day of tt.r nett June term and answer the bill of the complainant*, and that a ropy ot thi* order Le forthwith rn.ertrd m avion newspaper published in tni* county, and posted a; the front door of li.e f'oui t llouse ol Him county, for two monlha Successively. A copv — Tesla. BAMl'KL J. CR AMER, t. j. c. March .11. I a.: i JEFFERSON COI M ^, SctT Kchiuary Court, IR'1. C.rorge Frumun, . Complaisant, AG AI VST Jnrnh Furman, Philip Feotnan, Jidtrm Frmnnn, II i/liatn Fronton, amt Sul ly Fruition. Benjamin I Fill shire and Margaret his wje, Maurice IF. Jia her ami F/izabrlh his wife, John (1. Jm k mn and Bnitey Bun k and liar• J,r, nu •ryr, rare Harriet Jack ion, ami I: Hz abet h, Wiliam, Mary, John ami firorfrr Jacknnn, children cf the laid John (), Jackson hy hit late wifef u hn teat on heir of Cleerr^e f'rnnum. •'•r d. irhiih taifl Sully hr am at I, ami I'lizabeth, IlilHam, Mary. John and (•evrjt J nekton, are infant*, under the f/jr of twenty-one yurt. Mr.r fcftDAXTS. IN < IIANf'F.IIY. F|NJir, defendant*. Jacob teaman. Adam 1 F>am«n, and Militant teaman, not ba«. ,nA mtartd thair appearanr* end given »e according lo the At* of Aiwoblj, jtid tl.a rule* of ibie Co in; »nd il appearing by aatiafartorv evidence, «r«•• they era not inhabitant* of II.i« country: Ilia ordered, that the vaid Jacob. Adam and \N iiham do • ppaar here nrt the brat day of the neat Ji.no farm, and atitwer the lull of tL* plaint iff, and tlia* a eo^ of tin* orrit r »*o forth with inserted in aorna newspaper printed in tbia •IMtfi I f | for two n ion ilia auri asairelv. and putted at ilia frant danr of tha court bouao of tbia countv. A ropy—Teatc, RAM! FI. J. « KAMF.R, c j e. Afareh 10. ItJI. BLANKS, ol nriw itrawipiisas, fur «il.it .flics.