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ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE
PUBLISHED, DAILY, BY
EDGAR SXOIVDEJV,
lTg DOLLARS PER ANNUM. PAYABLE HALF YEARLY.
ALEXANDRIA GAZETTE
A (FOR THE COUNTRY)
13 PUBLISHED REGULARLY ON
fugSDAY, THURSDAY *fc SATURDAY,
*T5 DOLLARS PER ANNUM, PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
• — ■■ 1 ' " '
Tii*M of Advertising:—Advertisements neat
. *nd conspicuously inserted at the rate of one
AoSar per square for the first three insertions,
S twentv.fi ve cents for every subsequent inser
A reasonable deduction will be made in
tvcase of y-arly advertisers.
,» An adve.tiseinei^sjippearmJio^J^^l^
^ FOR NORFOLK^ , *
T^e Steamboat CHE
S.&EA KE, Capt: W ilson,
wilt be rtln as a regular
packet between Alexan
<U.J and Norfolk; leaving Alexandria on lues
dm and Fridays, at 1 o’clock, and arrivin in
jJffoik in time to put passengers for Richmond
a« board the Patrick Henry. .
Returning, leave Norfolk on Wednesdays and
•on.lavs, h! 2 P. M., taking passengers .from
. oJncic Henry, and arrive at Alexandria on
2L 'y, and Thursdays,’at 10 A. M. Passe,,
ge^ior Baltimore can be carried through ihe^
*?tre from Alexandria to Norfolk, 3fi, excj«
or sVmealsincluded. From Nor
Sio Baltimore, 3$ exclusive of meals; 39
■cab included. " • • ^ .
Tbf Chesapeake is a siirBoat, particularlyt
Adapted to this route; is coppered,xopper-fa «
tened. bhs a strong copper boiler, and is. m all
mnects. entitled to the confidence ol travellers*
Pirt’e-i of pleasure and famines will only-be
charged Sd for the trip io Norfolk or Old Point
yldS. . J. 'WfLSON. C<p,ain.
notice.
The Steamer COLUM•
. ///1, Jamks Mitch
ell; having resumed h^r
■» regular HTfR betweep Eal -
timore and the District or Columbia, «(|li: «>uo«
iMthe season, leave Baltimore for t|^T)istrict
(jrfColumbia exery Saturday, at. 4 o clock, P.
H; andifturning. will lea/e YY ashin^ton at 6,
jitd Alexandria at 7 o’cl oak, A. M. every YY ed
aesday, (<r Baltimore. Passage $2.
septl^-tf
'SUGAR ANlI MOLASSES.
AA HHDS. prime new crop New Orleans
JV Sugar •
Porto Rico apd St. Cia>i}£ •
30 hhds. Trinidad anAMatnnzas Molasses
For sale by A. 6. CAZENOVE «fc CO.
<i»c 15 y
\ ALMANAC^ ^ .
By thedoz. and gross, fot^?3o, viz: #
American ami Repositoljf Cf Useful Know
ledge
Nautical . do do
Y'ifginia and Maryland • do
'• Temperance do • do
AH of which will be said low’,
dec 10-?W. M. MORRISON.
Fashionable hats a.nl> uap^.
OZEN JOSSELYN, Agent, north-east cor
ner of King and Royal streets, respectlully
.informs his old customers and the public gene
rally that he is prepared to furnish them with
ELEGANT BLUK HATS, got up in the first
•tyle, of the best materials, and by experienced
•nd faithful journeymen. Also. Brown and
Seal colored Hats.
CAPS.
Gentlemen’s. Youth’s, and Children’s Fur,
Cloth, and Hair -Seal Caps, of the various qua
lities and patterns.
YVOOL HATS, dfcc.
Every exertion will he used to please, and all
favors th uikfully received.
N. B. Old Hats taken in part pay for new
Mes. All kinds of FURS purchased as above.
nov I— 3m _
„ for sale.
tThe brick DWELLING HOUE and
LOT. formerly the residence ol the late
McLean, at* present in the occupancy ol
r*r- Hugh C. Smith. There is no property in
°*n more desirable as a residence. The im
protvinenu are good, and the lot spacious—
■uohng upwards of 100 feet on Alfred street—
n running through the square, parallel with
'og to Columbus street. For terms, apply to
-nov17 JAMES D KERR.
A PPLES
QA BARRELS Bald win & Russett Apples
_ 10 bbls. Potatoes
weived per sclir. Ruth, from Boston, and for
a L LAMBERT & McKENZIE,
JZ*' Union Wharf.
MBROKEN BANK PAPER WANTED.
ECHANIC’S Bank of Alexandria; Bank
Maryland; Susquehanna Bridge, pay
j at ,',e Maryland Savings Institution.
-^L13 _JNO. CORSE.
LEMONS.
Zr\ BOXES fresh Lemons, landing from
j. Ruth, for sale bv
_ W. FOWLE & CO.
8 Hun* N °- SUGAR.
OHl s- npw crop Orleans Sugar, of good
landing and for sale by
_ S. MESSER SMITH.
OA ru?TO R,C0 SUGARS,
vll of prime quality, received per
l* j ™ ankinco, for sale bv
WM. FOWLE & CO.
ALF.XANUKIA MUSEUM
V daily, from 10 to U o’clock A. M. and
. to 5 P.M.* jan 24
NEW BOOKS.
THE Beauttes of the Court of Charles the
Second: By Mrs. Jamieson, authoress ol
“ The Loves of the Poets,” “ Lives of Female
Sovereigns,” Visits aim Manners at Home and
Abroad,” &c. <fcc.
JThe Memoirs of Vidocq, the Celebrated Thief
Taker, new edition, in 2 vols. Just published
and for sale by AUGUSTUS JACOBS,
dec 18..
MEDICAL BOOKS.
A TUEATISE of the Materia Medica and
A Therapuetics: By Jno. Eberle,M. D., Mem
ber of the American Philosophical Society, <tc.
Also, a farther supply of “ Practice of Medi
cine.” bv the same auitrtfir.. Just received and
for sale by , AUGUSTUS JACOBS,
dec IS ' . . #
VIOLIN AND FLUTE INSTRUCTORS.
JUST recerv^d, The Flirte Instructor, con
taining a plain Introduction to the rules and
principlestif the German and Patent Flate; to
gether with a choice and valuable^ selection of
Popular.Music, consisting of a great variety of
Airs, Waltzes, Songs, Duetts, Marches, dec. &c.
Also, on hnp'rovBd Violin Instructor. For sale
hy [lee 19] AUGUSTUS JACOBS.
r N. E. RUM.
‘■g J HHDS. N. E. Rum, received per JVan
X Hr kinco from Boston, for sale by
dec 8 H WM. FOWLE & CO.
LOOTING .GLASS PLATES.
IdT OOKING Glass Plates, by tfoe case, dozen,
or single one. of the following sizes: t »
10x14, 13x22. 14x24, J6x2^ l$x30.
ROBERT-H. MILLER.
io mo 17 ("Nat Int. eoHt & charge K. H M ]
,»i*jVi w-'UT GLA^BSmVc^INA.'
A-FE W sets* rich Cut Decanters and gilt Te5
China, justfeceived, and will be sold vei'y'
low. . v R. H. MILLER*
12 mo 1 7 'j £%\
GROUND PLASTER. \ * .
Q 1 n CASKS- of 500 pounds each •
OlXf 115 bbl>\*of 320 do do j
SteceivBd per Schr. Sdiltjr^s Return, from Lu
bec. apd-for sule by * * • ' ’ •
dec 17_WM. FOWlE ft Co. *
f . WANTED TO HIRE.
^ A Female Cook,—either by the month or
rxyear, to whom good wages will be given.—
Apply to the Printer. dec 13
: FOR IIE \T.
sA The Frame HOUSE at the corner of
al Kintr and Pitt-streets. •
i> * . * Aiso_ .*
jea The small HOUSE adjoining, next to
iSil ttjie Confectioner’s. .Possesion of* either
given* immediately, and to good jenants the
rentsVDl be made low. R. II. MILLER.
12 mo 17
\ FcftfRENT,
The th^se-Story Brink HOUSE, lately
occupied hy George Hill, adjoining Win,
Stabier’s Apothecary Shop; a good stand lor
any business. Possession given- 1st January.
Apply*to . • • *R\ H. MILLER.
12/nq 17 *_*1*_
• ;HOUSE SERVANT FOR HIRE.
A,BOV about sixteen years of age, a first
rate house servant, for hire for the ensu
ing year. Apply to the Editor of this paper.
dec 12__
POTATOI^
BUSHELS choice Potatoes, for sale on
butird Schoooner Albert at
dec 17 W.M. FOWLE &, Co’s Wharf.
GROUND ALUM sAt.
a /~w4~wV.BtJSHEL.S, afloat, for sale by
-ll/UiF- A. C. CAZENOV & CO.
dec 13
WHEAT FANS, &c.
LG. & H. GRIS WOLD have now on hand,
. and will constantly keep, or manufacture
to order, at their Establishment, corner of King
and Alfred streets, a variety of Dutch and Eng
lish improved WHEAT FANS; Cockle, Cheat,
and Rolling SCREENS, for Flouring Mills;
I Window Screens, Riddles, Sifters, Mil. Shakes,
Straw Cutters, and Safes; all of which they will
! dispose of upon the most reasonable terms.
| They guarantee them to be made of the best
materials and workmanship; and hope, by con
stant attention to business, to gain a share of the
public patronage.
Flour manulacturers and Wheat Fan makers
will find it greatly to their advantage to give us
a call. . . .
A boy is wanted; as apprentice to the above
business, 16 or 17 years old, of good and steady
habits.
N. B. Repairin'* done on the shortest notice.
£3- TURNING in Wood, Iron, and Brass.
may 28— ly __
BOOTS AND SHOES.
.4. D. HARMON HAS JUST RECEIVED—
* PA I it prime coarse brogans, part
1 UUU double soals, a good article for win
ter wear
Mens’ Kip and Calf Bootees, nailed, pegged and
sewed
Mens’Calf Boots, sewed and pegged
“ Kip do stout do do
“ Seal do pegged and nailed
“ Thick water proof boots sewed & pegged
Boys and childrens coarse and fine bootees and
shoes
Ladies French kid slippers
ALSO,
Hair Seal Trunks—all of which are offered
cheap, wholesale or retail,
nov 12_
SHOT.
A FULL supply of all sizes, in store and for
sale by S. MESSERSMITH.
SOCKS.
A FEW hundred pair of country knit Socks
just received by •
dec 17 JAMES D. KERR.
. BOOTS AND SHOES.
JH. WHITE has just received, per Brig
• Wankinco and other recent arrivals, a
further supply of BOOTS and SHOES, adapt
ed to the present season. Among them are—
Men’s Thrcfc Pegged Boots
' Coarse Sewed and Pegged Brogans,
1st quality .
• “ Seal Pegged and Nailed Boots
“ Calf Sewed and Pegged Boots, 1st and
* 2d qugliry
“ Phila. Grain Leather Water Boots
“ Calf Sewed, lagged and Nailed Mun
roes
“ India Rubber and Leather Over Shoes
Boys’ Coarse Pegged Brogans and Shoes
Ladies’- Fur Trimmed and Plain India Rubber
Shoes•m *
Hair Seal Caps and Trunks, all sizes
Which, with his general stock of Boots .and
Shoes, ore offered for sale at the lowest prices,
either wholesale or retail.- / - dec 11
MADEIRA WINE.
W** BOXBS, containing 1 and 2 dozen Bot
/■♦J ties tKach, of Newton, Gordon, Mur-^
. dock & Co.’s extra Old L. P. Madeira
Wine, bottled in^ludeira
5 half pipes £ OW.L. P. Madeira ditto \
7 quarter casks $ ■«, •
at ii d°. l. i Pure Grape Juice
6 halt quarter casks $ • 1 *
The above Winef were imported by the sub
scriber from Madeira, per “Jyauoygh” and
Village, ate of choice quality, and tlbyjihrvsiqr
passed by a-riy fh the District- ForswWty
' S. \JESSER.SMITH.
Who will receive and forward orders (os^evt
ry descriptioh of MVdefr’a Wines.
' d*c!2_. _1
NR1 TWINF. AND SHOE TH&AD.- .
RALESaBrid|»oi t Sh;f(i& Herfln® j|%ine
4t).„>£ do Shoe Threat*- * ■
Jteeennv imported and w'tfTj!^ sold low. * \ '
* dec 1 v* <yMt,FOVVLE & QO*.,
■ . •,«■ ■ ■ ■ -* * .»• *
crab* Cider.
j I'K BBLS: Virginia Crab Cider, just rec^v-.
x ed, and for rile byt* .
* " ’ *-J®»JEN SHINN,
dec 6 • . _ V-i*11 hey^SWharf.
8 BALES from receWjj^er
Sloop Miner.* ar^ron^ajH^
m GEO?’fl)*l!«lSON &.$<*/,
In Store.—A fr'*’ Dales Cfttion, Ytirh^Wfc
, sorted" rmnjbers." %•*,# ~"jL
• Pound Lpwpfihe win# Tobacco 20 to 5j3cjs. *
Single plug do ^2 impound !
do . * W/llo*. . .V‘
And son* rtyy old Ci^veAMi^in poundf>.and
qii.frters. .. C~ ’ * t do& . i
FUKS! t'JJKSfc, " • *
WILLIAM H "MOUNT &*CO. have--just
receiyed— • , •.
# .3 super Lynx Pelerines . ** , ,
2 do .Imitation do *. «
’ • 2 do * Lustred Fisner do * •
4 do large sized Lynx4*,iw**Cap<^s .
* 6 do * Lustred Fislter do do *
, 15 do large and srpall Common do
*8 do Boa Constrictors’
Which we will sell at New York prices,
dec 8_
SALT, CHEESE, VVUISK.EY, &C.#
a AAA Bushels Ground Alum Salt
‘i^UU 70 sacks fine do •
10 casks prime quality Cheese
Boxes Pine Apple do «
.6 hhds Whiskey A . *
Wines, Liquors, and Groceries, as usual.
oov B. LARMOCR ,t- m
CiiAUl^s bkaMSTT
HAS for sale, finales best Bridport fine shad
and herring seine twine, a consignment
which will be sold low, and is of the first quality
A case of ladies cotton hose of best quality,
will Up sold bv the dozen
On£ bale common shoe thread
A bale best patent tailors’ thread, W. B. and
blue ,
3 bales Virginia cotton osnaburgs
1 bale mixed Lowel kerseys
A few pieces 6-4 flushings & coarse wollens
A case common and- fine gilt London pins
1 case 4 4 Irish Linens, in w hole and half
pieces, real good quality,
nov 20__
new goods.
JOHN H. BRENT has just received, and
will sell very low’.—
Superfine and Common Cloths
Rose and Point Blankets
English and French Merino
Calicoes and Ginghams
, Superfine and Common Flannel
Canton Flannels and Fur Chintz
Checked and P'ain Cambrics
Flag, Bandanna and Spitalfield Hdkfs
Linen Cambric Handkerchiefs
Silk and Cotton Hose
Thread, Bobbiivtt, and Cambric Edging
Cassinets, fine and superfine
Frilled Cloths and Linsey Woolsey
Burlaps and Cotton Osnaburgs
Bed Ticks, Plaids
Bleached and Brown Sheetings
With various other Goods, for sale cheap,
dee 3______.
PORTO RICO MOLASSES.
XW HHDS Porto Rico Molasses, of prime
O 4 Quality, received per Wankinco, for sale
hy fdec ft] WM. FOWLE & CO.
~ domestics!
K K. BALES 4-4 and 3-4 Brow’n Cottons, from
the Portsmouth Sc. Pittsffield Manufac
turing Company, received per Wankinco. for
Ini- by fdec 81 WM. FOWLE & CO
“ COFFEE.
r\ aaa LBS. Gr?en Rio Coffee
£ fJAPUU lO.f'OO lb*. Old White do
Received per Wankinco. for sale by
dec 8 WM. FOWLE & CO.
,* %
NEW GOODS.
WILLIAM H. MOUNT A CO. have just
received—
30 pair Rose Blankets, some 14-4
10 pieces Point and Duffill Blanket?
Devonshire Kersey, Linseys, fand othei
Goods, for negro clothing
30 pieces Sattinetts, extra''and common
quality,
10 pieces Cassimeres ,
10 “ Quilted, Cut Velvet, and: other
Vestings •
Blue, black, brown, green, mulberry, ade
laide. claret, and niij^d Cloths
20 pieces Thibet, Gernfln, affU English Me
rino ™
3 bales Cotton Oznaburgs
5 “ Brown Shirtings
3 “ 5 4 Sheetings w
4 cases Bleached do
On H'iiid— •
Super Kidderminster
Venetian and other Carpefi/tgs*
Rugs, in great variety ^
large assortment of plain and figured
Silks apd Sating •
Blonde Gauze Veils
• Blonde Lace do •
Black Lace do __ j • *
JJlOftde Gauze Handkerchiefs /
-Twisfed Silk* ^Jo- • . £
TlfibetShawls, pldp^nd embrt^drt-ed, ve
Jry cheap
ich' We are determined t6 sell very
«»l" nr rrjail. . ,*_d£1;,;,..<
# BLANK BOOK M ANUKA'qTpJi Y. •
rpHE subscriber informs his friends and the
JL^public that he has commenced the above
biiSlbess qn King streetj twfi doors east of Roy
al; where he intends keeping con«tan%g»n hq,od
^ handsome assortment of BLANK BOOKS, of
every*description ordinarily in us£. sucn as Le^
jgers. D^' Books, Jotfrnals;* Letter, C*h,Jn
*vbi€e, Memorandum Books, Ac.. ^
• Merotounjf’ Account, Office, A. Schoolbooks,
ruled and Imfnidto pattern, at the shortest jw)- (
fidrf. Book BfndiTig, iq every vaffcty of style,
neafly and Substantially executed, by
*. *oct 21-^tf . ' JOHN .FLEMING M
--*---1--r-~ * * 1*1 r
•* # ' COFFEE AND TEAS.
•/» CHEATS*•) f Young Hyson • L
O 4 Half chests > • .* ' TKAf,
2^flces ) • of various qualfties.*
, Aj|'chests Hyson do, superior
chest VGunpowder do, part extra
* 4 half chestS > • fine. ** „
*2 boxei ) '
.. 2 cases each.l2-21b canisters do
20 bags Java coffee^ • - -
JusU'eceived and for sfrle by W
' S. MESSERSMlttf,
IMiO ha* in 8(or*. •
^ 3 cfiosts • ' * '
30 half chests > * TEAfl^
3D boxes * ) % . 0
4 boxes each 12, 2 lb carrist^do*
3 half'chests extra Gundpowder do*
4 boxes common do
4 boxes bach 12, 2 I? canisters do
4 chests ) Imperial do ^
5 boxes S
30 bags Rio coffee
19 do Ceylon and Sumatra do
dec 12 _____
HOUSE SERVANT WANTED,
■ lOR the ensuing year, a colored boy of 14
X; to 16 years ot ace, who has been accustom
ed to house work, and -can bring good recom
mendations from liis last place.
dec 4—tf _
* TO ROPE MAKERS.
WANTED, a few Spinners, of sober habits,
at moderate wages.
Hec 17 JOSIAH H. DAVIS.
PRIME GREEN COFFEE.
5 TIERCES Jamaica Coffee, prime green,
received per brig Caravan, from Halifax,
for sale by W. 1 OVVLL <fc Co.
dec 17 _
CLOVES.
a LBS. Cloves, in packages of 5 to 20
4UU lbs. each—for sale by
dec 12 WM. FOWLE & Co.
CHEESE. BUTTER, &C.
a CASKS Goshen Cheese
19 tubs and firkins do Dairy Butter
8 bbls Buckwheat Meal
22 “ Newark Cider
20 “ Pippin Apples ,
25 dozen Corn Brooms
9 boxes prime White Havana Sugar
2 cases Gunpowder Tea, in 2 lbs. canislers
5 kegs Malaga Raisins
1 bale Shelled Almonds
20 boxes Muscatel Raisins
4 lihds Porto Rico Syrup ^
10 bags Company’s Java Coffee
2 chests superior Young Hyson Tea
2 hairdo do t'owcnong ao
50 drums Smyrna Figs
10 kegs pure Ground Ginger
10 boxes Fancy Prunes
10 baskets Champaigne Wine (Crossbow
brand)
3 boxes Tavern Lump Sugar
1 box Double refined do
2 bbls 1st quality Starch
Now landing and for sale by
ANDREW J. FLEMING.
Also, in Sfore
12 chests and half chests Gunpowder, Im
perial and Young Hyson Teas
10 hhds English Island Molasses
10 bbls Beef and Pork
12 boxes Lump Tobacco
4 bales English Walnuts
5 “ Brazil Nuts
5 “ Jordan Almonds
1 cask Zante Currants dec 15_
COTTON.
5 ROUND Bales suitable for retailers or ma
nufacturers, just received and for sale by
dec 9 GEORGE JOHNSON & Co.
HEIRS WANTED.
JOHN SWANN, a native ot Edinburgh in
Scotland, and now. or formerly, residing in
'Charleston, in the United States o( forth Am*
rica, and the lawful chiidreif of the said John
Swann, if such exist, are hereby informed that
Marian Swann or Doig, his sister, died, at Edin
burgh, on the 25th April, 1834, leaving a settie
njent, in which certain provisions are made in
favor uf him, the said John Swann, whom, fail-*
ing, his lawful children, and he or his children
in case 61 his decease, are hereby required to
make application to George Combe, writer to
the Signgt, Edinburgh, before the 25th of April
1835, otherw ise the said provisions will,-in terms
of the settlement, become null and void
'Edinburgh, 1st May, 1834.,
John Swam, wa? born in' Alexandria in the
wimer of 1798: when about 10 years ofbge '
he went to Edinburgh, jvhere he learned the tan
ning business, and rettynfcd to the United States
When about 20 years of age. Tl»e last heard of
Imn was at H.igei^towp^or Fiedericktow'n, Ma**
rylan.t: then a journeyman tanner, ^k
Q—d3u-_■F
' uiSTkiCT OJ< COLUMBIA, ! "*
. 9 ' Alexandria County, s
Circuit Court* U. State*.—October Term,*i£S4
Lewis McKenzie. Benjamin*!!4 • ^
LamlPrt and Thomas Ferraii,^^^^^^
Complainants, -
- against j *n ^HQncery. 4
George W. Delaplain’and WH-*|
liami3. Stewart, Defendants.]
n\HJWtJi,ft?antl%Gaorge W. Delaplain, ‘no* i
. na^ffg entered his appearance to this suit,
and given security accoidincuj^e stathte anil
rules of the Court, and it#.|fcng to thk sa&V
(action of tllt/^ourt that thWaij^Geflyge W
.Delaplain is no* hi* inhabitanfofPPTDistrfcfof~ ’
Cnumhia; on the million ojigl^Dmplainants,
their counsel It Is ordertPWt he appear
heie, on oi hefoCe (hf- first day,of the nexfMay if
re. m of this Court, and *,ter his appearance .
to tjns suit and answer ti.cwjonrptaiiruMttK* biJl
andgige s^curiiy for performing^ffe
the Court; and that the resident delencfant JftPBk
V1 «• SR;w art, do not guy; con\ey
KpcfetA the debts by him owing To, omthe mo
nev, propertyjpbd effects, in his bunds, belong- '^
in#*o..the said Hbsem defendant, until the.fJp B
•her order audcfec.ee ofcl, is Court: and that
acopy ofthis o§kjr be forthwith published, for {
■Vmontns »#cc;essiva<y, in the Alexandria Ga»
z?TTe. nud another copy posted at the fiolit door •
of the^Tourt llqqse of said County:*
m ! LeE,'C. C. *
nov 20—2>#l Br * . - .
*
T*r*- 7
rine Mipitr* * 7 } +.
. ant* ' ^^Fr*. * ..
* * acaTnsT f ln Chancery. .
Jacob C. Hellrigle & Thom- |
son F. Mason, Defendant J
fTl HE defendant, Jacob C. Hellrigle, not hav
J- mg entered his aijoearance to this suit and
given security according to the statute anjl the
rules of this Court, and it appearing to the sa
tisfaction of the Court that he is not an inhabit
ant of the Distiict of Columbia; on the motion
ot the complainants, by their counsel, it is or*
dered, that he appear here, on or before the
first day of the next May Term of this Court,
and answer the complainants’ bill, and give se
curity for performing the decrees of thp Court;
and that the resident defendant, Thomson F.
Mason, do not pay, convey away, or secrete,
the debts by him ow ing to, or the money, pro
perty, or effects, in his hands, belonging to, the
said absent defendant, until the further order
and decree of the Court: and that a copy of this
order be forthwith published, for two months
successively, in the Alexandria Guzette, and
another copy posted at the front door of the
Court House of said County.
T‘‘sr: EDM. I. LEE, C. C.
nov 26—2m
~ Dl*>r ot’ COLbMUlA, ( <T7
.. _ ALrxANDRiA County. $ *5CI‘
Circuit Court V. States.—October trrm, 1834.
Isaac INiukoJJs, surviving execu ^
tor of Isaac Nickolls the elder,
deceased; Isaac iN’ickolls, Wil
liam Hoge, and William Pig
got, executors of Samuel IN’ick
olls, deceased; Ann Hunter and
David Hunter administrators
of Mary Hunter, deceased; and
Moses Gulick and John John
ston, executors of John Gulick,
deceased— Complainants ^ In Chancery.
AGAINST
panifd Graham and Maria, his
wife, and John Mclver; the said
Daniel being the administrator
of Jon Mclver the elder, de
ceased; and the said Maria and
John being the only children
and heirs at law’ of ihe said
John Mclver, the elder—Defcn
flams. j
THE defendants, Daniel Graham and Murid
his wife, and John Mclver not having en»
tered their appearance to this suit, and given
security according to the siatute a^d the rule*
ol the Court, and it appearing to the satisfac*
tion of lhe Court, that they are not inhabitant*
of the District of Columbia, on the motion of
the Complainants, by their Counsel, it is ordered
that the said Defendants do appear here on or
before the first day of the next May Term of
this Court, and answer the Complainants Bill,
and give security for performing the decress of
the Court; and that a copy of this order be forth
with published for two months successively in
the Alexandria Gazette, and another copy ppst
ed-at the front deor of the Court House of said
County.
Test: EDM. 1. LEE, C. C.
.dec 22— 2m
[ BLAMivS A\u PANiPHLEia “
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