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THE WINCHESTER GAZETTE.
y°- r|i9- WINCHESTER, VA. SATURDAY, AUGUST s-ttli, (822. VoITxU. • ■■** ! J.'E-LXJ.'J . „■ — PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BV JOHN HEISKELL, SI three dollars per annum payable iv advance. iMfisrKXstiu '■ t 'lvnrnu.Ys. I. N<* pajMH'S will he discontinued until all arrearages are paid. II. Advertisements not exceeding 4 square, (17 lines printed matter or A2 lines common manuscript matter, inserted three times for One Dollar, and Twenty-Five Cents per square tor every subsequent insertion, and, when rmt spe, iBcally directed to the contrary, will be inserted until forbid and charged accordingly. III. Advertisements fr-m a dis tance must be accompanied with the Casa, or be assumed hy some respon sible person, or the Postmaster most Convenient to the advertiser. IV. Advertisements will, in every Mistak e be charged to the person or dering them, unless particularly sti pulated to the contrary. N. The Postage on all eomnmni r. at ions to the Editors, must he paid hy the writer, or they will not he at tended to. VI. Chancery Orders inserted as othe*- Advertisements and charg'd to the Attorney, whose name is indorsed by the Clerk on the order. N. 11. It is distinctly to he under stood hy Advertising Customers, that no Advertisement will henceforward he directed by the. Editor* of this pa per to be inserted in other papers, unless the same he pro\ ioaslv paid f »r All. the Postage on all commu nications to the Editor, must be paid fey Mi- writer, or they will not he at te»v' d ieC=Sr*-J^=^. —'•-i-l,—— ' ■■ ■ ■ ■ JtOlt sale, A Til ALT OF LA ’M) containing .i.v hboui 190 ACHE S’. It tag on the jiiiiii mad leading Loir W:ii>*hc«ctrr to >L. •r.-lieid and R.*mnev. within four milt** of ihe former plac • mid adjoining tli° lands of Joseph B^k4"*, K .q, J )V‘>h Wt*«vsr*aud others, am! whereon ilie % Subscriber uow liver. The land \ <Vr li!e with a comfortable DM'KLUVG HOUSE, Kitchen. Smoke, huiiR*, an e?e Mem new Rnrn, ar Orchard of choice fruit, ,»nd excellent Springs «,f Wat* r The term* will !»•* inode ae eommnd. ting on apnlip«ti >o t(. *> - sub let iber, JOHN WEAVER. Feb 2- if Pine-Grove Factory » ' establishment is now in good J1 rdcr and ready for the reception of wool, which will he tnanufvctnred into cloth, cassinett. blanket*. or 11;i sey. at moderate prices. Those who ■end tl»eir wool Parlv will get their cloth early; wool will he taken in part pay at a fair price. The subscriber tender their ainccfa thanks for past fa vors, and every exertion v/i I, h* here tofore, be made t ffiiler saM-faction C those who may favor th-ni with their custom.— $0“Lardi»ig & fulling done et tlip cuRtr-mary price- of this section of eeuDtry. HOLMES & Ward. IAru *r town Mat A. FOR HI NT. THE House and Lot i.- 'he »• wn of Fr •».* Rir yal lately < ecupied Vi fumes D " try dec’ll, the prnpo ty if Mr* Af tbeiiH Mullin; possession ran be Lad itnnv dintely. ALSO 'wo other house* and lot* in *ftid Town, my own property. „ne of them tir w undergoing repair* th»* nth. *r at present occupied bvDivid Kei* ler. Possession of ei*hor of the two 5<st ran be had in October next. Ap ply to WVMJ.aMLANE. Frool Royal, Angus* to Advertisement. AX 7 ILL be oft’ r: d pnbiie Sale, on V V :fie premii'*, near Be'ry’s Eer* ryi on the fifteenth day of Septemb r Bex!, ir fair, if no*, tlie next f «ir day, that valuable proper I* einsi ting of i 15 Acres of Land, about one half clear* •). ..».d under cul tivation, with a g od GRIST MILL, and DISTILLERY, calculated for mu •king a barrel of whi«key p r day; the water attached to tbe Distillery, i ul lowed by all who know it to be ifthe best quality.—'There is a good log dwelling house and kitchen adjoining, wtth '4 fire plaee*, % distiller* house, Hnd Kitchen, with n imi **: imoev, Millers house. W hiskpv hon-e. Smoke llcni«e, A ls„ will lie oft red for •*le", Cattle, Kbeep, Hogs, W -gg -r: & Te ■ rn farming utensils, ..V . The ter will be made known o* b >»-*y of sale. EDWARD TURNER. Auguc io—6t. JVlattrasses. I5FST curl’d Lai; IVla‘. • asses for galo ) uU reduced price. Old hair w.-k-d anew bv u--;t. HKNItY BEATTY* A D VEKTIS EM E NT, A Vacancy Laving occurred in the VvHiitc Fcrjt Academy, a Teaeb '/ "ho cun Come well recommended for c haracter, &, who can furnish evi» deuce of his qualifications to instruct • u llie viiU’ ijn iirani-heH of Hriqlisli pd. Hraliop, & in the Satin language, will find it to his advantage to apply to the <<(lateen ol that institution immediate. I M1LIP NELjON, President. July r» if For .'‘ ale. f Ifci Subscriber wishes to sell 1 Weaver-Loom aud Tackling* for Double und l: igur ed work: there is eve iy lliiog complete ’o the L-o.in wi ll Drafts aud cordages, Crloriug Receipts end hull «.l'the C olouring tools tor Bluo living. For terms apply to ](>HN UmUUHERTY. Harrisonburg, August to—31. IV. B. If the above i-* not sold before S“|itvmber Court, the property will be •1II m «l at Fuhlic S ,le on that day. To the Stockholders of The* Leesburg TUKM’IKE liOAD. '1 ICE 1- lieretiy given, that the tilth ✓'being the 5as*.J instalment • ’ on dollars «*n each share is called fir, and requested to be paid on or be* f re the t»t day of September, 1822 — f hose who have not paid the former calls, cannot evpeet longer indulgence; the road is finished anti must be paid for THOMAS K. MOTT, Tr-as’r. , (i 41, I-and lor Sale. V £ Y virtue f j deed of iro«f eveeu- j J Yiied to the t-nhactibci' by William A^hliy, Jesse Ashby Sf Erastus Strong, *♦» -feme the payment of certain t>uui* nf mMii y tu David Morgan, 1 will sell t > the highest bidder, for ready money, • n 'he -25!Ii day of September next, t e-a’^ Tracts or Parcels of I-and, adjoining cadi other, i-oiif uintog in the whole £30 A C R E S. ms described in said deed I he said land lies in the county of Preston, in the slate of Virginia, on Cheat river, opposite thr D M'kurd Bottom; is land of the best quality and the same on which Jesse Ashby now resides. The s il o il! be made on the premise*. |C7*The above mentioned land was sold heretofore fnr fire thousand dol lars. WILLIAM SILLER. Trustee. .Tutu 22— d' FOR SALK, A TR.A TO*' LAND eon aining 239 JICKhS, lying on both sides . • f Back Ure.sk, whereon the subscriber ! now lives, a considerable pari of which j i« good BOTTOM LAND. The im i prnv ni'in- ■.r^ a comfortable DWEL I-ING HOUSE, Kitchen, Sm..ke-hou*e, si good B-irn, and an Orchard. The paymoii's ii! be made accommodating and the lunti su'd on low term*. ALSO A TRACT OF LAND, Four Hundred Acres, lying on 'he water* of Bek Creek, a i bout two mile* from thr former, and adjoining the land* of \V it). Bywaters, [ Joseph Dolby and others. This is fine 1 land and well timbered, but lib* no im* r provf'uwnt: on it. A great bargain will bo given in eith-r of the above farms, by applying to ibe subscriber living near l’tightowQ. L. M'COOLE. Feb. 2—If. NOTICE. FRDPDm.M.S w .!I be received un. >iI the fourth M>ndav in August next, for a contract, to add to anil re pair the pser.ent Jail of Fauquier eoun* 'y The plan may be seen bv inspecting a report of former Commissioner.*, made a, June Term, 1822. The proposal* will set forth the quantity and price* of material*, and work noccs*arv to complete the build, ing; so a* to enable the commissioners to contract by the piece, or in the lump. WII MAM INKER, A D. KFLT.Y, WVf |< SMITH. chavdf.fr pkyton, THOMAR MARSHALL, INMAN HORNER, MARK. A. CHIf.TON, EDWARD DIOOF.fl, "IM,1AM BFM,, Commissioners. August 3—It. Opequon Factory. undesigned very rtvpectfully A inform- his friends and customers of his willingness to serve them by manufacturing wool into aiy kind of chitli. or color in common i*e.— Tint prices ol work will be moderate, ami wotj 1 taken in payment if delivered when orders for work are landed in. Carding will also be done atfi cts, per pound for cash, or upon u short credit to punctual customers. Mav l. DANIEL ANNIN-. INDIAN QUEEN HOTEL, Au. 15, South four th>str>:et, Phdade/p/aa) between Market and CAcsaut. subscriber n specMully informs ft his friends and the public in gine ral, that he has taken the above estab lishment, where they muj rest assured that he will use every exertion to give generul satisfaction to such us may favor him with a call. The House has been neatly fitted up, and is well calculated for the nrerm modaiinn gentlemen travelling with their families /—it is in the centre ■>f business, and convenient to all the Insurance Office*, Banks, Auctions, ta-l Post Ottiee j likewise to the Muse um and other place, of public amuse, menu All favors will be gratefullv ac* knuwltdged by iheir obedient servant, THO.V1 \8 HEISKELL. I’hil >drtphia. March ‘J Virginia to wit : •.it Huhs it olden in the I'lerk's Office, of the Superior Court of Chancery for the IVi nchestar District thefirst Mon day in July 18'22. Harriet C.iurnd administratrix, f- 3 \ and James lloberdenu. ndtnini*. trator, of Edward Conrad dic'd f 3 J A & A / -N V T F rede rick Cnnt u i F)xr. of Krede- f ^ 'l rick 4/Oil* H<i dec’ll, J.ibn Brown, 1 ^ I & llxheri O. Graytmn. luhnin’tvx.^ » n* John Peyton, dec’ll, George I > > F. Norton, and Charles Magil*. [ r ) flAHK l),-feudant* Fredeiiik P7i11|lfs,| -1*- Kxei u!oi of Frederick Conrad, dee'd. and Gei ige F\ Norton, not ha ving entered ihi-ir oppearum-e and gi ven aecurily according to ihe Act of I A**en.bly mid »i*.* Rule* of this Court, and il appearing by sati-ifaciory eri denee, that they are Dot iubaliiiantx of thi* coimlry ; i' i* ordered, That »be ■ aid Defendant* <1 ** appear here on ib? first day ni tlie next h r»t, and answer the bill of ilie pl iintilV* ; and that «. copy ot ibis order be i>r:h-.\»ih insert- ! ed in Home newspaper published in • Wineheater, for two month* su-ces* aively and poited at the fiont door of the Court HuUsc in ll,e au«d t<>v# u of Winchester. A Copy—Text™, July 27. DAMKLI.KB, o. c. F R O S P E C TU S. OF A NEW WORK. PRESIDENTS’ SPEECHES. &c, Ti»e subscriber propose* to pubiish, io ihe coutseot ihe pres*'ru vesr. A VOLUME, TO CONTAIN— 1. The Declaration of lr.de,eudence. 2. The Act ofCoo fed < ration. 3 The Cnosiiiutiun of the Ur.i’ed Staten. 1. The Inaugural Addre^si and Public Speeches of the President* of the United j States, from the commencement of the ! present Government up to this time. 5. The Farewell Address of President Wash ington 6. And the Messapes o'the feverai Presi dents of the United States to Congress, for Ihe same peri»ri: With large and elegant Portrait*, to be eugravrd pxprexsly for tlie pur pose, of :he President* Washing, ton. Adams, Jefferson, M adison ami Monhos. To lie accompanied by copious notes, illuKtralive of'the principles, motives nod results, of these interesting Do cuments TO BE EDITED FOR THE PUBLISHER, BY J. B COLVIN. As ihe mere designation of the in tended content* of the uoik sufficiently explain* its object, it is not deemed re quisite to enlarge t<pnn the utility of such n publication, further than to say, that those person- in the United Stale* who are desirous of being: well acquainted with thepolilical find legi*. lutive History of their country, cannot, for that purpose, procure a Bonk of greater utility, or more instructive than the one proposed, CONDITIONS, The volume will contain betweeo I. 6 and 7oO page* octavo, printed on good paper, with new and haudsouib type. II. The price to sabserihers will he $3 50, in boards, or g-i bound; pay able on delivery, III. The work will he put to press a* "toon as a sufficinnt number of sub i seriber* hove been obtained, to jus tify the pecuniary expenditure ne cessary to its publication. VI, Persons who proeure ten snbscri bers, and become responsible for them, will be entitled to the eleventh eopv. » J. A BINGHAM. I Rockville, Md. August ICt, Frederick Limestone Ltind for Sale. S^HE Subset iber offers fur sale, <>u accommodating terciH, his FARM which lies on the read leading from Wimdiester to Millwood, und about e- ! qui-distant from those places. This I Farm contains 0 9 3 ACHES, a large proportion of which is in tim ber of good quality; anil there is on J '.ho land an abundance of excellent stone for building and fencing. If wished, the subscriber will divide the Farm to suit purchasers/ but will not sell a part, uutes* the Imllaiice can he sold at the sume tim«. For terms up. ply to Francis B. Whiting, of Clay Hill, Frederick county. Va. or to the subscriber in Aldie, Loudon cohnty, Va. LEWIS BERKELEY. May It —<r Wool Carding ILL be conducted at the Green V V Spring Factory this season by Thomas Ogde n,wbo is reputed a first rate carder. The machines have cards of good quality, and tho subscri ber Batters himself that those employ, ing him will not he disappointed in good Rolls, provided their wool is de livered in goad order, divested of slicks and burci and greased with one pound of clean grease to every ten • pounds of wool. May 2:,if. WILLIAM BAILEY. N. B. I will receive wool to ma 11 n I act ore into cloth or blankets upon the following terms.*—Manufacturing one half for the remainder, the owner paying half the amount for carding, I he w ool iruisi be clean and well pick ed and creased. \V. B IlILJa JJALK. STILL desire to eel I this FARM, “f the most productive iu the Valley, abounding with an abundance •>f wood and water, and entirely en closed with substanti.il Fences, and in • he best order for forming. Persons disposed to purchase will apply to me by lot'er or otherwise, and the terms and payments will be promptly disclo »rd. It will be divided to suit pur chasers. JOHN HOPKINS. duly er—sm. N. It. The habit which has been formerly permitted, but recently forbid, >*f persons making a public road through my enclosures, will nojlonger, on any consideration, be submitted to; and all persons offending iu this re spect wilt, after this notice, be prose cuted aceordi <g t low J ff. I Hardy County, to wit : June C ourt, is22 Hetty Updegralf Plaintiff, against I Ambrose Updegralf, - Patch and ! Margaret his wife, late. Margaret Up ; degrafl', and John Updegralf .ud Mari Updegralf, heirs of Joseph Updegralf, deceased. Defendants. IN CHANCERY. I THE Defendants Ambrose Upde | graft, and - Patch & Margaret his wife, ami John Updegralf, not having ; entered their appearance and given se : curity according to the aei of As-em | bly and the rules of this Court, und it 1 appearing by satisfactory evidence that 1 they ar? not inhabitants of this coun ! try: It ii ordered, That the said fle 1 fend ants do appear here on the first ; day of October C urt n >xt and au.-wfcr . the bill of the Plaintiff; and ;l»af a co I py of this order be forthwith inserted ! <n some news paper published in Win j Chester lot two months successively, and another copy posted at the front door of the Court House of Hardy eounty. A Copy —Teste. LI). \\ ILL1A MS, c. 11. c. July <>. Virginia to wit: dT Hales ho!den in the Clerk's Office of the Superior court of chancery for the Winchester District the first Mon day in May, 1822. Lewis Hoff, Plaintiff, AGAINST John Smith and others* Defendants, THE Defendants Robert Mills and Eli/.a bis wife and .luequihiia Mur dock nol having entered their Appear ance and given security according to the. Ar.t of Assembly and the Rules of this Court, and it appearing by satis factory evidence, that they arc notin» habitants of this enunlry; It is ordered, That the fluid Defendants do appear hero on the first day of the nest term and unswer the hill of the plaintiff; and tlmtaenpy of this order be forthwith inserted in some newspaper published in Winchester, for two mouths succes sively, nnd posted at the front door of the Court Hou*e iu the said town of Winchester. A Copy —»Te«l?, DaMKL LEB, c, c. J Jane l,—C» CAMP MEETING. \('amp Mefiug fur AV in (-he-ter and Jefferson Circuit* will bo held on the loud of Mr. George l,,>yne, near Bruee Town. Frederick •*. n .ty. Va *l0 commence on ihe 30 h of August. Aug****' 3. DOCTOR ROBERT B. FADE. M '" resumed the practice of niedi ciiie: he reside* on hi* Farm, ad* joining that f hi* Giber, Mr. Jnbu Pag. . r Peg Hr. k j Augn-t 3-3i SALT, Cjc. ?*j He Subscribe. |i». fv, nalet.r-und | ? Ailnui, Turk* j*luud, Sf, Ube«> and Liverpool blown Halt, in sacks, which he will sell on accormnoi^itiog term*, also a gcueral as orim^il of groceries. Orders from the ciuutry punctually attended to. . GEORGE COLEMAN*. Alexandria, A igusr to. — t. For Sale, A N excellent ten le conk, about year* of age-Any persou wishing to purcha*e th*1 *aid n-gro ctiu receive satisfactory inf .rmeiinn res pecting her character, by applying lv the subscriber. WARNER WASHINGTON. Augo » 3. Farm and Mill to Rent. T - — -E- ^ be rented ? a terin nf y.affj. A Merchant § Grist Mill, ou h peruienenl stream, and a good situation f. r cus om-Also the FARM mi which the Mill i*. will . itlitr bu ’et with, or without, the Mill, a* may best *uit the tenant. For fu.thir par ticulars apply to ihe subscriber, eight miles west of Winchester. August 3. J. WHITE. VALUABLE LAND FOli SJ1LK, HN&ISIING of •('•Britl eon'igu ous tracts, amounting in quantity to upwards *»l ELEVEN HUNDKED ALUKS, situate in the couny of Hampshire, on Pat*erg.mV Creek, a bout a mile above the town of Fmnk fort. Nearly FOUR IIUNJDREI) A l RES of this land is denied; a Urga proportion of whit-h is bottom, e-ifel lent tut meadow or corn; and the resi>* due is tine for grass and small gr*in, • with water for r.toek in every bald, t here is also a good mill seat on tho premises It would be an object to a« uy one who wished to have a larga stock form; or for one who wished for a comfortable retreat on retiring from business. A part of the purchase mo* ncy must be cash, nr it must be paid in x short time after the sale. Store goods would be received for another part, and the residue at accomim'da* ting periods. Application mav be made to William Naylor, residing at Romney; or to th*- subscriber, residing on tin* premises, WILLI AM ARMSTRONG, sen. A p >1 Z7. FOB SALE, ~ A TRACT OF LAND containing IwL about 195 ACHES, lying on the niHio rood leading from Winchester to Romney anil INLorefield, within four miles i f the former place and whtreou the subscriber now lives. The land i* fertile, wi'h two emrf rtable DWKL. LINli HOUSK8, Kiteheo, Sn> >ke hnuse, an excellent Bam, un Orchard of ehoice fruit, and good water. The s» id place has bpen occupied and kept as a tavern upwards of 20 years, and is thought to be one of the best country stands within a large circle. The terme will be made accommodating on appli« cation to <|ip subscriber Feb. 2- If JACOB WEAVER. MR. THOMAS McBUIDK* A S you tir« uni au inhabitant or the state of Virginia, I take this me thod of giving you notice, that o» Sa» turdny ihcTHi d;\y of September next, between the hours of six o’clock »»* the morning and seven o'clock in the even iug of the same day, at th** Dtli-e of Master Commissioner Williain C. Wodrow, in the town of Romney, Hampshire county, Virginia, 1 shall lake the depositions of Nathan l/itller, Samuel liloyd, R. .W. Dowell, Robert Sherrard. John Arnold and SamiieJ, Dew—and on Saturday tbo 2S'h day of September next, between the hours ol six o’clock in the morning and se ven o'clock in the evening of ilr* sumo day, at the house of Mr. Janies Cr oa, in Jefferson county, and state of Ken tucky. i siirt 11 toke the deposit* ns of said James Urton and Nathan Drtonj which depositions when taken will bo offered as evidence in the suit now de pending in the chancery district court hultlrn at Winchester, wherein yug arc (Complainant &n4 1 am Defendant l ao> yours, Ac. I V>1E« rOWliLl, Auy.uit 3—-tw.