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Delawaro Tiro Insurance Company.
xncoroorated by me jaegtscutm c of the State of Dela ware with a capital of 100 THOUSAND DOLLARS. The President and Director. applications f r insurance at their Office Iso 25, a few doors below the Panic ot Wilnüngtor and Brandywine, against loss by Fire on description of buildings in general;Merchandize, 6bipsin port, and their cargoes, household fur niture and other personal property; also against •damage by inland transportation of goods, T/ares, merchandize and country pi\ duce. Terms of Insurance will be as tavorable now receiving wery 1 » any *F the companies in the cities of Philadelphia or New York. Parties assured may repose the fullest confidence in the solidity of hs capital mid that all losses will be promptly adjusted b) the company. Wm. B. Janvier, is Agent to o be insured for the town and vicinity Castle. Lewis IT- Evans, is Agent to survey property to be insured, for the town and vicinity of Elk ton. John clunk ia ta «tiryey property to be insured tor the town and vicinity of Smyrna. Joseph Jones is agent to survey property to be insured for the town and vicinity of West Chester. üUja Brooks is agent to survey property to be insured for the town and vieinity of Salem New Jersey. Win. ITewit, Esq. is agent to survey proper y to be insured for the town and vicinity of Elkton Md. rcy property, of New John Manlove, Esq. is agent to survey prop erty to be insured 1er the town and vicinity of Bover. DIRECTORS. David Bush, Wm Chandler, Robert Porter, Thos. C. Alrichs WILLIAM SEAL, President, John Patterson, Jose ph Baily, David C. Wilson, Job;, Wales, fPtti. A. Mendenhall, Sec'y. Delaware Five Insurance Company, IN addition to their usual course of Insur ance, fier annum, the above Company, have made arrangements for making Permanent Insurances on property ; whereby for a small sum, insurances may be obtained,with sait the trouble of renewing year by year.— This method is believed to be much more advantageous to the insured than the for mer. WM. A. MENDENHALL, Secy. Wilmington, Dec. 13, 1832. Spring ami Summer Goods Samuel lîuy.by, Has just opened an assortment of Fine cloths and single milled cassimeres, Summer cloths and merino cassimeres, Marseilles & silk vestings & Summer stripes, Silks of all kinds, Black, brown and olive bombazines, New stile ginghams, do. do. painted muslins, do. do. Fancy shawls and hdk'fs. Fine Irish linens and sheetings, Damask table linens and napkins, Bl»e and yellow nankeens. Fine gauze Flannels, Silk flag hdk'fs. of a superior quality, and half hose, 200 dozen assorted h Umbrellas and parasols, A variety of Summer Hats, In addition to his large assortment of Do mestie Goods of all kinds—which he wholesale and retail at his store, No. 62, Market street, \\ llmington. April 16-38 onto Ask £.!t1iüosml $tips>lt k 2m'2si per the has Ask £.!t1iüosml $tips>lt k 2m'2si at' 7*o the art entitled, "-An act to extend the time for Recording of Deeds. Section 1 . lie it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the State of Del aware, in General Assembly met, That all deeds or letters of attorney concerning lands, tenements, or hereditaments, scaled and deli vered before the first day of September, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-two, and being acknowledged or proved, and the ac knowledgement or proof certified according to the laws ot the State in force at the time when such acknowledgement or proof was made, may, with the certificate of the ac knowledgement or proof and all endorsements and annexations, be recorded in the office for recording of deedsin the county wherein such lands, tenements, or hereditaments, or any part thereof, are situate, if lodged n such of fice on or before the first day of September, in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight ; hundred and thirty three,—and tiie said t ee.- j ord or an office copy thereof, shall be suffi- F cient evidence : and from and after the first, day of September, in tiie year last aforesaid, ; no deed or letter of attorney, scaled and de live red before the said first day of September ! in the year of our Lord one thousand eight j hundred and thirty-two, shall be recorded. Section 2. Änd be it further enacted, That it shall be the duty of the Secretary of State, and he is hereby required, to publish for the space of two months from the first day of March next, a copy of this act in three or more newspapers printed within this State. Passed at Dover. } February 6 th, 1833. S ot ! In testimony that the foregoing is a true co py of an act of the General Assembly of the Statu of Delaware entitled "An additional Supplement to r . he act, entitled "An Act to extend the time for Recording of Deeds," passed at Dover on the 6 th day of February, I 1833, collated with and corrected by the ori- ] ginal noiv remaining on record in the office of the Secretary of the State of Delaware: ■hilt I, James Rogehs, Secretary of tiie State cf Delaware afore said, bave hereunto set my hand and affixed tiie Seal of the sahl office at New Castle, the 1 st day ;fe, *> * of March, one thousand eight hundred and thirty-thr S6-2m JAMES ROGERS, HorsebiR-», l*uatfjflfs, Blanks, &c. some! y execut'd at this office. hand JLost or . Tlinlaid , One certificate of stock in the 'Wilmington and Philadelphia Turnpike Company,' No. 67, transfered by James Hamilton, to Samuel Harbcson. A suitable compensation will bi given for the certificate by GEORGE JONES, A Jm'r. Wilmington, April 24, 1835. 2 mo. Lucifer's Matches Matches, Watts' chlorate or Lucifers which instantly ignite by drawing sand p* - per, lightly over the composition, Slid war ranted to keep perfect. Also magic matches. Calculated for Travellers, Sportsmen and Families. JOV'S a safe and expedi Anti-Dyspeptic Elixer, lions cure for Dyspepsia, Also DYSPEPTIC BITTERS. One of the best tonics for weak stomachs. y WHITE'S TOOTH ACHE DROPS, The best remedy known for that painful dis For Sale at JOSEPH BRIN G HURST'S Drug and Chemical Store, No. 87, Market Street, Wilmington. N. B. Country store keepers, and others can be supplied with any articles in his line on moderate terms._ _ ease WIÏ.IiffAM ES- .V'AFF, Offers his services to Administrate! n, Ex editors, and others, residing in the City to sell at public sale, the property of deceased persons, and will attend sal s of all kinds for any person out of the City limits. Hoping by his experience in suclt business to give perfect satisfaction to all who may employ liim. Office No. 1, West High street, corner Feb. 19. 1833. N. B. MONEY loaned and all kinds of STO CA'bought and sold on Commission. of Market street. of Circular. JESSE MENDINHALL, respectfully informs the public, that he has associated :s Stroud, in co-partnership with him, and that they will continue the business at the old stand, corner of King and Second Streets, opposite the lower market house, under the firm of Ji a RencUiihall & Stroml, And that they have now for sale, in ad dition to the usual supply of Groceries, Chi na, Glass and Queensware, 300 Hams, 500 Shoulders, Flitches, and Jowls, and a quan tity of dryed beef, (suitable for Chipping,) of their own curing, and warranted first qual ity, all of which they are disposed to sell cheap, MENDINHALL & STROUD. 21—5 m Wilmington, 2 d mo. 11 , 1833 Consumption Cured. Thk Indian Specific, Thk Indian Specific, For the Prevention ami cure ' ftp O f Coughs, Colds, As ^ nias ' ^ onftuni l ,tlons » spitting of blood; and diseases of the Breast r/j i\P ami Lungs, &c. prepared by Dr. Clarkson Fiikf.man of the Ci'y ot Lancaster. Bills of directions accompany each bottle of lb« SPECIFIC, pointing out m a conspicuous ii x j * 1 y m* i»> D>c d.ttcc.A uiuvrvo Till,.', distress'ing diseases; alun, particular direction* respecting DIET ami REGIMEN, & et" conduct themselves through j .»ow . rt . KtMPe .. ftlP vam „neless wmildV the prescriptions of the p|lJ , siciil|)i ac c 0 mpa..ied will, the most powerful and useful medicines, if his directions not faithfully adhered to. d that the depositions taken belo e the pro per authorities in the city of Lancaster, all com plelely cured «-f the moat desperate cases of Consumption: some of which are detailed in the bills accompanying each bottle. N. LI. Afresh supply of the above Specific has been received, and is for sale by JOSEPH BRING HURST, , Del. are The public are in for have bee at' 237 ; end eyes so as to appear as natural : 1 ll '. THOMSON'S l.\E W A 1 ER. ; j F . , ■ ._ u!t .' * httle ruboing, w; P™ >ic ; ornamental, -and is easily pu-served. A or sulc at ! j Nu. 87, Market St. W.l l>v EDWARD RIUNGHUKST, Mte the li;* 11 k «!< Sulci also Druggist, No. 137, Market-»!, opp. ot Dei aw a re. WYE WATER, eakness uf the eyes For Infflmation and Prepared by Dr. Scudder. the celebrated occu discovered the art'.of placing artifi life. Also list, who In PILES. effectual remedy for the I'll. ES. Cornish'i BRITISH I.USTRK, This Lustre, a brilliancy and Grates. polishing Stov JO 'EPII BRINGllUUST'S ! DfUg and Chemical Slore, No. 87, Murket-st. edicinal chemicals ami most of the ay be had at Nu. 87. All the chemical test?. FOR SAIaits. ALL that valuable tractor parcel of Laud situate lying and being in Cecil county, in tiie State of Maryland, and which forms the in tliern side ot the mouth of Sassafras River, called >r "THE GBZOl'E." to I of bet wee ] ciency of wood to each, and each of them of binding on the Chesapeake Bay or Sassafras River. The advantages attached to this property are equalled by very few situations on the Eastern Shore* of Maryland. The soil is naturally of the best quality—there is a good apple and peach orchard on the premises, and a very fine Herring Fishery. Carp,rock and perch with many kinds of fish abound throughout the season—-wild ducks, swan and geese are to be found in as much abundance as any where on the waters of the Chesa peake Bay. The steam boats from Philadelphia and Baltimore pass within half a mile to a mile if the shore every day throughout the season. Apply to John C. Groomc Esq. of Elkton \ld. or the subscriber on the premises, near Cecilton. This tract contains about 155*50 acres of valuable lanpl, about 400 acres of which are wood of fine quality. It is so situated that it can advantageously divide into three farms 400 and 500 acres, with a sutti A. C. COSDEN. 42—law-8w. bi April 20. SWAIM'S PANACEA A fresh supply of the above for sale at E. BRINGHURST'S, Drug and Chemical Store, No. 137, Maikct-stJ r an The Wilmington Fire Insurance Company. Incorporated by the Legislature of Dela ware, in Feb'y. last, with a capital of 150,000 BOLL'S This company is now prepared at their office in Market street, the first door below the city Hall, to make all kinds of insurance against fire, and on inland transpoi tution of Goods and Country Produce.. Marine risks are excluded. • JAS: CANDY, President. Wilmington, July 12, 1832. The following persons are Agents in their respective districts to wit: Ayres Stockley, Smyrna, George S. Adkins, Milford. William Dunlap, Christiana Bridge, Abraham Boyer, Stanton, John middle, Ncw-Castle, James Robinson, New-Ark, Andrew K. Nelson, St. Georges, James Delaplaine, Centreville, Caleb Heald, Kennet Square, John W. Thomas, New-Garden, Peter Askew, Brick Meeting House, Md. William Torbevt, Elkton. to for give DIRECTORS. Vincent Gilpin, V/uoUington Rice, Jesse Memlinhall, George Bush and Jabob Pusev. LEA PUSEY, Sec'ry. James Price, Edward Taural, Stephen Bonsai, Thos'. II. Larkin, Lewis Rumford, Joseph C. Gilpin, î of CRACKERS. PATENT CKACKEKS him, the the THE subscriber informs his customers and the public generally, that be has made an important addition to his Cracker Machine, which will both facilitate its operation and improve the quality of his Crackers: he now recommends them to the public, and feels as sured that on trial they will be found equal, if not superior to any in the United States. Fresh Crackers every day except Sunday. MILLER DUNOTT. Wilmington, March 13, 1833, 30—3m. ad Chi 500 sell Mi-. IVi-kins' Celebrated PLASTER The subscribers are appointed agents for the sale of these superior Plasters. | Physicians and Storekeepers will be sup plied on reasonable terms, with STRONG ADHESIVE PLASTER, for bandaging and other purposes. MILD ADHESIVE, for fresh wounds, surgical operations, &c. STR EN GTHENIN G, DIACHYLON simple. Do. with gum. MERCURIAL strong. LOGAN, &c. 8 cc ALSO, Perkins' celebrated Dyspeptic Mass, Well worthy the attention of Practitioners, highly recommended by Professor Potter of Baltimore, ana other physicians. E. B. VAUGHAN, & Co 444 Market-street cure As » and Dec. 11 _ . , , ,, The subscribers have received at tile old stand, No. 67, Market street, opposite the & Lafayette Hotel, j A HANDSOME ASSORTMENT OF Superfine Cloths and cassimeres, of a good quality and fashionable colours. Also a handsome assortment of Ingrain car peting and rugs, good colors and fashiona ble patterns, With a variety of goods suited to the pre sent and approaching season, which will be sold at the lowest prices. A CARD. I of in Wm. ROWAN & Co. N B. PAPER HANGINGS and BOR DERING always on hand. A STATEMENT Of the Road Accounts of Mill Creek Hun dundred for 1832. Matthew Lockard, Collector Dr. k To amount of tax laid on S977108 at 22 cents to SlOO—2149,63 Cl'. By balance duo him at last state ment orders given in favour of Ro bert Tweed, Supervisor Thomas Pierson John McElwee Samuel Dixon John Greenwalt Thomas ltankfu William Cransou David Mackey Baldwin and Moore Eli Mote \Vi|ü»m Atkins John Clark Joseph Chambers Aquilla Lambourn William Mote Ezekiel Reed James Crossen William Harkncss James M. Hughes Matthew Lockard R. St J. B. Porter John Walker Interest on S'241,76 for one year Comm rs for Collecting Errors allowed for 1832 Balance in the hands of Collec 8241,76 do 165,77 1 19,82è 143,134 215,574 128,54 179,404 86,63 4.25 16,29 7,07 3,40 5,85 36,79 4,50 5,00 23,00 16.25 7,60 do ■ do do do do do do the do do do do do do tiie di do >r do do do 1,00 do them the is good and and mile near 3.00 5.00 5,00 do are it sutti do do 14 do 166,82 64,32 lor 479,28 82149,63 EZEKIEL REED, JAMES CROSSEN, JAMES THOMPSON, Road Commissioners. May 8 , 1833 46—St. NEW BOOKS, J. SCOTT, has received and offers for sale at his Book and Hat Store, No. 93, Mar ket Street, Wilmington, Hinton's Active Christian, Ezekiel's Vision, by Rev, G. T. Bedell, Calmet'sDictionary of theBible,l vol. 8 vo. Memoirs of Oberlin, Do. Felix Neff, Boston Edition. Characteristics of Women, 2 vols. 12 mo. April 29, 1833. at BULWAR'S NEW NOVEL. Asmodeus at Large. For Sale bv P. B. POR TER. 1 A VALUABLE MI BlOINE Recommended by unquestionable and conclusive testimonials / r |"'IlE proprietor confidently offers to the pub 1 lie what experience has proved tobe one of the most efficacious compounds in the Materia Medica, for the cure of that class of distressing dangerous and inveterate Diseases produced by an in impure state of the blood, acrimony of the humours and vitiated habit of body, and usually exhibiting themselves in the various forms of Scrofula, Sait Uheum, Leprosy, St. Anthony Fire, Fever Sores, Width Swellings, Foul and obstinate Ulcers, Sore Legs and F.ys, Scald Head, Scurvy and Venereal Paint, where Mercuiu lias failed. Dit. HELFE' S Botanical Drops, have, ina multitude of cases, cured these in vetera'eand deep-rooted complaints in their worst and most hop levs stages, ace also given with success for violent erup tiuns after the measles ; red blotches, festering eruptions and pimp! nectioii with Dr. Jebb's Liniment, they remove white swelling of the joints. The Scrofula, its early shapes of mere tumours behind the ears and under the chin, and swelling of the up per lip and nose, will not only quickly yield to this preparation, but scrofulous ulcers, which have spread to such an extent and depth, as to corrode the curtilages und affect the bones with caries, have been gradually and pern, healed, by the persevering udmioisira this powerful medicine ; he sunken its fl r.d Ime, the vjt 'File Drops the face and in con in ..f n qua mice restoi ed blidled, and cull energy r purified and invigorated. They an- al hed Spying and Autumnal Pintle. From many proofs of Hie super Dr. Reife' s Botanical Drops, the proprietor se lects the following diole ill the virtues of INTERESTING- CASES. reference can be made,was for yea-a afflicted with humours on lier neck, accompanied with lieq lent Helling empilons, and running sores, bne Had tried var' medic» and had taken die best medical advice, but could get no permanent relief, and lier case were en-eriaiued of her complaint, when a .-tided die Botani. A Lad an as re daily becoming worse, leurs of a fatal Uo-illiilaliol friend prov aient iully cal Drop«; lour bullies of « Inch effected a com. e, to the surprise and joy of herself CC -III plete and friends. A Child of 8 years, had lost the use of his ta rns, ore leg was almost crippled, hip drop ped out ot place, thigh and arms swoF broke open in several places, and many of the sores had penetrated down ing these Drops lie recovered the use ot his limbs, the sores healed up, and lie was res tored to health, although thought incurable. A young Man near Boston, was reduced so jo w by eruptions and sores in various parts of his body, especially his neck and hands ; weak, ness at the stomach, loss of appetite, general debility, and gradual decline of the whole sys asto threaten an approaching consump* He was entirely cured, and restored to a fine state ot health, by 5 or 6 bottles of these Drops. for for cc the hone On tak em,i a ion. A Married Lady was for years afflicted with eruptions on the lace, head, ears and various parts of the body, attended with violent itching burning,&c. had tried many prescriptions with out effect ; was confined to Iter room, and de clined all company. She was cured by taking four bottles of these Drops. A Lad belonging to Sang covered all over with sore Jwhose head was md blotches, was wliwl'jr lui cd \>y * lew bim 1 1 -a after every otl remedy had failed. A Child five years old, had her face covered with a scab, various eruptions about the body and was blind of both eyes. She was cured by taking five bottles. A correspondent writes thus : " I have had Ulcers on my legs so b;ul that I expected to lose the use of them, and could only walk on crutches ; two pieces of bone came away from my right leg ; when hearing of Dr. RelPs Bo tanical Drops, after tryinge\e»y thing else that I thought would allay my stiff-rings, on using three bottles, l found myself nearly well ; th. ulcers began to heal up and cease running." A Gentleman writes, he had been sorely af dieted for ten years with Biles all over li> bo dy, and having tried all kinds of remedies with out success, by the use of these Drops Ire was perfectly cured. Another Gentleman writes.- "I have been eriously afflicted with the Salt Rheumon my head, &c and r esorted to the use of many med icines without effecting a cure, or doing any essential good, until 1 obtained some of your Botanical Drops, which, on using a short time entirely cured me. I therefore recommend it to every person afflicted with this complaint." Price SL or 6 bottles fi r 5. with directions: PHILIPS & ASKEW. Nearly opposite the City Hall, Wilmington. ALSO, by E. B. VAUGHAN & co: No. 44$ Market-Street, is -S' h-REisl! GltOCEMSMS fS A'c. A'c. H I TEAS, j ill «» J 10,000 lb N. Orleans and Poto Rico Sugar. 500 Canby and Lovering's refined. 3,000 Old Java and Laguira Coffee. 700 superior fresh Y. II. Tea, 700 DalzelPs Baltimore Hams, 600 gallons prime New Orleans Molasses, 20 bbls Family flour,-—J. Andrew'sBraml Baltimore Cavendish Totmccu, lOOOftDryed Beef—part Solmrn's curing. Holland Gin, French Brandy, Irish Whisky, Jamaica Spirits, old C. Port Wine, Teneriffe, öcc.just received at the NEW STORE, No. 5, o/i/iosite the upper Murkct. JAMES C. AIKIN. May 10th. FOR WäBmiiagton & l'hiladeîpfiiia. (DAILY.) THE S IE AM BOAT EMERALD, C APT AIM IF. Will LL DIM, WILL, until further, notice, leave Race-st. wharf Philadelphia, at 7 o'clock, A. M. and Wilmington at 2 o'clock, P. M., every day. FARE 75 CENTS. Baggage at the risk of its owner. Breakfast and dinner provided cji board. Freight taken on the customary terms. April 2 nd, 1833. CAMPHOR. Just received, a small lot of Refined Cam phor, and for sale low, at ED. BRINGHURST'S, Drug and Chemical Store, 137, Market-st. Also, a lot of First Quality Turkey Opium, at a reduced price, to be had at the above Stör» A liv'd 1 To the Public. The subscriber in relinquishing the Drug and Apothecary Business in favor of Marshall Phillips,takes pleasure in recommending him to the patronage of his friends as well quali fied to attend to the duties of his profession, assuring them that implicit confidence may be reposed in his care, assiduity and attention to business. HENRY F. ASKEW. May 9, 1833. SPRING GOODS, No- 48, Market St. The Subscriber having added to his former stock, a very general assortment of seasona ble and fashionable DRY GOODS, most of which having been lately purchased at Auc tion, enables him to offer to tiie public, arti cles at reduced prices. WM. S. BOULDEN. Wilmington , Ma y 6 . 43-6w_ to to Catholic Sc Protestant CONTROVERSY, The controversy going on between Hugh es IsfBreckenridge, is published in pamphlets of] 3 and 4 Nos. each, in Philadelphia—3 pam phlets have been received,containing fromNo. 1 to 10 , and are for sale at No. 97, Market street. The other Nos. will be received as they come out—price for each pamphlet 10 cents. l>. B. POR TER. in ..f S'B'ATIliJIENT Of the Rand Accounts <f Appoquiuimink Hurt heil for the year 1832. William Weldon 3d, collector, Dr. Toam'f. of tax laid at 25 cents in tire hun dred dollars on 701728, for the year 1831, To amount of tax for 1832, at 25 cents on eacli Hundred dollars on the a mount of $ 715157, making n se the of 1754 32 1787 89 §3542 21 re Cr. . By order in favor of Benjamin Crouch §1 75 George Speare William Fields Samuel Bostic Samuel Cox Willi; James Pnthwell William Cohee John Ediugfield Moses Gin William Headen George Cornelius John McKay Samuel Staats Benjamin Cliivins Thomas Donolio Jonas Kirkley 874 do 3 00 5 374 1 50 4 50 2 06 2 50 3 75 do clo do do Fields do do do do 8 75 do 2 50 13 36 8 00 6 00 4 25 4 25 2 25 2 25 26 00 1 75 do do do do do do do clo do Isaiah Taylor John Crouch John Caulk Isaac Brister Nicholas Vandyke Benjamin Caulk Jacob Brister John Pearson do do do 1 50 2 62$ 16 25 1 50 do do do do 75 do do 5 00 7 62$ 4 25 3 37$ do James Kanncly William W. Hudson William Ginn James Williams Abraham Buxon Daniel Williamson John Whitby James Collins Thomas Caulk James V. Moore John Harper William Weldon 1st Henry Walker Jacob Brister Samuel Bostic Elias Naudain 3rd James V. Moore Benjamin David John Powel William Tigner Jacob Tush Charles Knight Thomas Williams Benjamin Weldon James Silcox Jesse Vanpelt Auley Lore Benedict Hutchinson 7 87$ James Beck Isaac Walker do do to it 44$ do do 75 do 15 do 75 do 1 50 do 5 62* 3 82$ do do 75 do 1 87$ 28 12 $ 2 25 do do do 25 do 75 do 1 96 5 75 1 87* 3 34 do do do do 1 50 do 75 do 25 da 1 23 do 75 dn 8 50 3 68 do do do 3 00 4 48 12 80 5 46 2 92 9 70 1 75 do do do do do do Jacob Staats Weldon Sc Lyons William E. Perry Jethro Thompson James Silnox Jacob Vandyke John Tucker James A. Naudain do do do 2 25 do 1 50 do 10 00 5 624 2 22 1 50 7 75 4 25 3 75 3 13 1 50 4 00 2 25 2 50 1 50 2 25 3 374 2 00 3 50 do do do do do Simon Sweetm an Elias Edwards William E. 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Naudain William Cohee William Hukill Joseph Flemming John Shelton John Ford Elisha Crouch Benjamin Gazman Philemon Dill John Primrose James Welsh John Gooden Abraham King .• 3 00 6 50 3 50 3 75 1 48 2 81 8 50 2 00 9 37$ do do do do do do do do do 2 25 do 1 50 do X 84 1 33 5 35 4 00 1 50' 1 50 2 50 3 00 26 9» 2 88 4 6ff 7 00 do do of do do do do do do do do do do 75 do es of] they 1 874 do 3 75 do 13 75 3 10 do do 1 75 do 3 00 do 10 do 2 50 do 5 624 do 3 do do 1 50 hun 2 624 do do 1 25 62J do do do James Powel David Rickards Perigrine Hendrickson 21 104 8 674 4 174 2 01 4 02 1 50 5 50 do do do do 32 do Jacob Caulk Jerry Heed Elijali Staats Jacob Vandyke George Boulden Moses Ginn David Ray Joseph Buckson Jacob Harris Hannah Lowry Garret Othoson do do 89 do 8 27 do 1 84 21 do 8 70 do 2 68 3 I 84 75 do 874 do 8 28 00 374 50 50 06 50 75 do 1 00 do 2 34 do 5 02 clo do William Lambert James Spencer Thomas Crouch James Cornelius Jacob Vandyke Jerry Reed Jerry Penington John Whitby Isaiah Taylor Elisha Crouch 4 01 do 2 01 do 2 51 4 35 2 01 5 95 2 01 do do 75 do 50 36 00 00 25 25 25 25 00 75 do do 1 do 1 34 7 34 do do do 5 clo Benjamin Gazman Benjamin Chivens Isaac Boots 7 69 do 2 do 75 clo clo do Jemas Schooly John Shelton Joseph Buckson James Schooly David Hall Jonathan Jester Thomas Baines James Reynolds John McKay 10 25 10 01 do 50 62$ 25 50 do 3 34 do 6 02 do 75 do 5 33 1 50 10 35 7 67 75 do 00 62$ do do James Cloud Richard Crouch Willii Abraham Taylor John Dawson John Shaw Abraham Staats Edward Loatinan David Records John W. Jarrel Samuel Staats John Cornwell Esq. Catharine Johnson Robert Dcrrickson Jacob Brister Catharine Johnson Simon Spearman Henry Hartup Jesse Vanpelt Daniel Williamson Pay mont Deakync John Matthews Thomas Deakyne Auley Lore Thomas Bpnlcy Benedict Hutchinson do Job Perry John Z. Crouch John C. Clark James Carrow Abraham Dickson John Bacon James N. Naudain William W. Hudson James Mannon Charles Gordon James Peterson James Miller Ann Scott Benjamin Fields William Fields Isaiah Taylor James Matthews Thomas Deakyne Jacob Vandyke David Ray Spindelo Cooper David Ray Samuel Bally William Rothwell Thomas Deakyne Benedict Hutchinson William Lambert William Emory Henry Harper Alexander Lee Jethro Thompson Isaac Walker do 67 do 1 50 do Fields 3 34 do l do 4 67 4 50 do do 67 do 27 do 4 68 do 7 63 do 2 34 do 8 06 do 2 do 2 50 do 4 25 do 87* do 2 65 do 2 34 do 67 do 3 68 1 17 X 34 XI 55 1 31 4 48 13 50 do do do do do do do 5 do 1 67 I do 1 34 do 2 01 do 1 67 do 1 do 67 do 7 69 do 9 70J 3 174 do do 6 02 do 2 01 do 2 68 3 68* do do 1 25 do 1 50 5 79 do do 1 14 do 4 do 5 do 75 do 1 50 1 50 1 50 7 78 2 65 do do do do da 374 do 37* do 1 50 do 7 17 2 34 9 85 3 46 12 40 do do do do do do James Silcox 1 63 Cash pd. Wm.Rothwell for Smyrna Bank 30 By Note of AuleyLore By errors on 23768 at 25 cents per hun dred dollars By commissions on $1694 90 at 8 cent for 1831 Balance due for 1831 Whole amount due roads fiom do for 1832 Balance due roads from George Benn, Collector, for 1826 Balance due roads from Elias S Naudain, Collector for 1827 Balance due roads from William Hukill, GnlWtor fox 1030 39 81 59 42 per ads from Wm. Weldon 3 135 59 469 90 1787 89 358 9 7i 89 30* 713 32* Amount due roads Errors excepted. #3419 50 WILLIAM HUKILL, WM. ROTHWELL, D. W. THOMAS. Road Commissioners of App-quinimink Hundred. Ap ril 2135 5 15—7t