The Friend and Monitor - Washington, Georgia
Volume I, Number 4. Friday, February 3, 1815 - page 1

Georgia.-Oglethorpe county. By MATTHEW RAINEY, Clerk of the court of Ordinary, for said county. Whereas POLLY KING applies for letters of administration on the estate of BENNETT KING, dec'd. These are therefore to cite and admonish all and singular the kindred and creditors of said dec'd, to be and appear at the next court of Ordinary to be held in and for the county of Oglethorpe, then and there to show cause , (if any they have) why said letters should not be granted. Given under my hand this 16th day of January, 1815. MATTHEW RAINEY, C. C. O.

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Col. M. HENDERSON
Takes this method of informing his fellow-citizens belonging to the second class, that he is a candidate for first Colonel, in said class, in General DANIEL's division.

IRVIN LAWTON
Informs his friends of the third class'd militia, that he is a candidate for the command of Lieutenant Colonel, in said class-he feels some degree of satisfaction, in the recollection, that many of this class, were volunteer or substitutes in the battle of Autossee , and had an opportunity of knowing whether or not he performed his duty like a soldier-the wounds he received in that fight, incapacitate him forever from performing any duty further to his country on foot, but his disposition is as ardent as ever-his knowledge of military tactics is improved, and he flatters himself should his wishes in this respect be realized, to merit a continuation of that friendship which has hitherto been so liberally extended to him. Febr'y 3rd.

Capt. WM. WILLIAMSON
Informs his friends of the third class'd militia, that he is a candidate for the command of first Colonel in the said class, and solicits their suffrage in this respect. Febr'y 3rd.

We are authorised to announce WILLIAM M. KAIN as a candidate for Lieutenant Colonel, in the third class of militia in General DANIEL's division. February 3rd.

RICHARD J. WILLIS
Informs his friends belonging to the third class of militia that he would feel himself honored by the command of Major in said class-he solicits their suffrage.

SIMPSON McLENDON
Informs his friends in the second class militia, that he is a candidate for the honorable post of Captain in said class, and solicits their suffrage.

JOHN EVENS
Presents his respects to the citizens composing the third class of militia, and informs them, that he is a candidate for the post of third Lieutenant, and would feel greatful for their suffrage.

WILLIAM POOL
Presents his best respects to the citizens which form the third class and informs them he is a candidate for the post of Ensign in said class.

CHARLES W. CHRISTIAN
Avails himself of the present opportunity and informs his friends and fellow-citizens that he is a candidate for first Colonel, to command the third class in Gen. DANIEL's division, and will feel grateful for their support.-Elbert County, Feb. 3d. 1815.

JOHN WILLIS
Takes this method of informing his Fellow-Citizens composing the third class, that he is a candidate for the appointment of Major in said class, and will be thankful for their support. Elbert County, Feb. 3d. 1815.

SHERIFF'S SALE.
Will be sold, on the first Tuesday in March next, at the Court-house in Wilkes county, between the hours of ten and three o'clock, the following property-viz:
629 acres of land, more or less, in Wilkes county, on the waters of Clark's creek, adj. JESSE H. BRAMLETT, HENRY JOHNSON, and others; whereon HENRY JOHNSON now lives; taken as the property of JOHN RADCLIFFE, to satisfy an execution in favor of MATTHIAS MAHER and Co. against said RADCLIFFE, on the foreclosure of a mortgage, pointed out by plaintiff's attorney.
ALSO, one-sixth part of an undivided tract of land containing 350 acres, more or less, in Wilkes county, on the waters of Newford creek; adj. WYLIE POPE, and others; whereon JINCY BEASLEY now lives.-Also one dark bay horse and saddle, all taken as the property of AMBROSE BEASLEY, to satisfy an execution in favor of OSBORN STONE, pointed out by the plaintiff. Terms-Cash. THOMAS WOOTTEN, D. S. February 3, 1815.

SHERIFF'S SALE
Will be sold, on the first Tuesday in March next, at the Court-house in Oglethorpe county, between the hours of ten and three o'clock, the following property-viz:
One lot in the town of Lexington, whereon WILLIAM B. BROWN now lives; taken as the property of NATHANIEL BORUM, at the instance of WILEY CROWDIS.
ALSO, one Negro girl by the name of TILLY, levied on as the property of MYAL GREEN, at the instance of the Trustees of the University, and others.
ALSO, one Negro girl levied on as the property of CHRISTIAN SIMS, at the instance of SAMUEL WHITEHEAD, adm'r of Little BILLY SIMS, dec'd.
ALSO, three cows and calves, levied on as the property of JAMES KIDD, at the instance of the Executors of SOLOMON A. HOPKINS, dec'd.
ALSO, one sorrel horse, levied on as the property of WILSON WOODRUFF, at the instance of JOHN WALTON.
ALSO, one Negro boy, levied on as the property of JOSEPH HUBBARD, at the instance of SOLOMON A. HOPKINS.
ALSO, 50 acres of land on Milstone creek, with a Grist Mill thereon, levied on as the property of EPHRAIM JACKSON and WOODY JACKSON, at the instance of HOPKINGS and PHILLIPS for the use of SOLOMON A. HOPKINS.
ALSO, 100 acres of land on the Buffaloe fork of Long Creek, whereon GEORGE DOGGET's family lived; levied on as the property of GEORGE DOGGET at the instance of NANCY LUMPKIN.
ALSO, one cream-colored horse and one sorrel mare and colt, levied on as the property of WALTER SHOPSHIRE at the instance of the Trustees of the University-property pointed out by SPENCER SHROPSHIRE, security.
ALSO, one sorrel mare, one bay horse, one sorrel filley, three cows and two calves, levied on as the property of YELVERTON MAXEY, at the instance of the Trustees of the University, property pointed out by WILLIAM STEWART, security.
ALSO, one Negro girl by the name of PATTEY, levied on as the property of WALTER DOFFEY, at the instance of RICHARD LANGHAM, for the use of JAMES ASKEW.
ALSO, 80 acres of land whereon JAMES ALLISON's family lived, joining MANLY, and three Negroes, viz. ROSE, BILLEY, and REUBIN, taken as the property of JAMES ALLISON, at the instance of NATHANIEL BORUM, for the use of JAMES GARLINGTON and HOPKINS, (D. PHILLIPS for HOPKINS) property pointed out by defendant.
ALSO, 100 acres of land on the waters of Little River, levied on as the property of JOHN LAWSON, at the instance of JOHN FREEMAN and others, property pointed out by defendant.
ALSO, one Negro man by the name of BIRD, levied on as the property of GEORGE BORUM at the instance of the administrators of JAMES HAY, and others, property pointed out by the defendant.
ALSO, 1124 acres of land whereon the defendant now lives, levied on as the property of JOHN STEWART, at the instance of ROBERT FREEMAN, indorsee, and others.
ALSO, one waggon and four horses, taken as the property of WILLIAM PATMAN, Sr., at the instance of WILLIAM WEAVER.
Conditions-Cash. P. COMPTON, Sheriff. February 3, 1815.

SHERIFF'S SALE.

Will be sold, on the first Tuesday in March next, at the Court-house in Oglethorpe county, between the hours of ten and three o'clock, the following property-viz:
Two Negro girls named ABBEY and SEILEY, levied on as the property of JOSEPH LUMKIN, to satisfy two executions in favor of JOHN GRISHAM, Jr. and ROBERT BLEDSUR for MARY and JOHN FLEMING.
ALSO, 154 acres of land, more or less, on the waters of Kittle Creek, adj. THOMAS RHOADS, levied on as the property of JOHN EDMONDS, to satisfy an execution in favor of HENRY PEARSON, Jr. and Co.
ALSO, one Negro girl named NANCY, levied on as the property of THOMAS DILLON, to satisfy an execution in favour of BENJAMIN JOHNSON.
ALSO, 318 acres of land, more or less, on the waters of Long creek, adj. STEPHEN ARNOLD, levied on as the property of JEREMIAH WALKER, to satisfy four executions one in favor of HENRY PEARSON, Jr. and Co.-also one in favor of WILLIAM and FELIX GILBERT, one in favor of JOHN WALTON, and one in favor of JANE CORBETT.
Conditions-Cash. JOHN ARNOLD, D. S. February 3, 1815.

COLLECTOR'S SALE.
Will be sold, on the first Tuesday in April next, at the Court-house in Elberton, in Elbert county, between the hours of ten and three o'clock, the following property, or as much thereof as will satisfy the taxes due thereon, together with the cost-viz:
450 acres of land, more or less, in Elbert county, adj. lands of JAMES MORRISON, on the waters of Warhatch creek, levied on as the property of EDWARD LYON, to satisfy his tax for the year 1813-tax due 3 dollars, 75 cents.
ALSO, 50 acres of land in Elbert county, adj. lands of MURREL PLEDGER, on the waters of Deep creek, levied on as the property of JOHN STONE, to satisfy his tax for the year 1813-tax due, 58 cents.
Conditions-Cash. JOHN WILLIS, Tax Collector. February 3rd.

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NOTICE.
Nine months after date application will be made to the honorable the Inferior court of Wilkes county, for leave to sell the real estate of SOLOMON PATTEN; late of this county, dec'd.-(subject to the widow's dower in one third thereof) for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of the said dec'd. CHRISTOPHER ORR, Adm'r. May 7, 1814.