The Friend and Monitor - Washington, Georgia
Volume I, Number 9. Friday, March 3, 1815 - page 1

Notice.
Nine months after date application will be made to the honourable Judges of the Inferior Court of Wilkes county for leave to sell certain tracts of land amounting to 2000 acres, more or less, in the counties of Wain, Wilkinson and Morgan, the same being the real estate of ANDREW CRATON, dec'd, for the benefit of the heirs and creditors. JOSEPH ORR, CHRISTOPHER ORR. Ex'rs. Feb. 15th 1815.

Volume I, Number 9. Friday, March 3, 1815 - page 3

SHERIFF'S SALE.
Will be sold, on the first Tuesday in April next, at the Court-house in Elbert county, between the hours of ten and three o'clock, the following property, viz:
Two feather beds, bedsteads and furniture, 7 split-bottom chairs, 1 spinning wheel, 1 clock reel and sundry other articles of household and kitchen furniture, together with sundry articles of farming utensils-all in possession of PETER STOVALL; levied on as the property of JOHN TABOR, to satisfy sundry executions.
ALSO, two cows and 1 yearling, two likely two year old heifers; levied on as the property of ROBERT RICE, to satisfy executions in favor of THOMAS OLIVER, and others. Conditions-Cash. THO : HAYNES, D. S. March 5, 1815.

SHERIFF'S SALE.
Will be sold, on the first Tuesday in April next, at the Court-house in Elbert county, between the hours of ten and three o'clock, the following property, viz:
Three Negroes, a woman by the name of ALSA , and her two children JOHN and MATILDA, in my possession; levied on as the property of RHODERIC EASLEY, Junr. to satisfy an execution in favor of WM. CHISOLM.
ALSO, two Negroes, a man by the name of SIMMS, pointed out by the defendant, the other a girl, by the name of HANNAH, both in the possession of MATTHEW J. WILLIS, Senr. Levied on as the property of MICAJAH ANTHONY, to satisfy an execution in favor of WILLIAM C. STOKES.
ALSO, 125 acres of land more or less, well improved, in Elbert county on Pickings creek, adj. JAMES LOCKHART and others; levied on as the property of EPHRAIM ALLEN, to satisfy an execution in favor of WILLIAM HIGHTOWER.
ALSO, one Negroe boy by the name of MILES; levied on as the property of JESSE THOMPSON, to satisfy 2 executions, one in favor of JOHN TITTLE, the other in favor of THOMAS COOK, Esqr. and JOHN CHILDS, const. for cost, and in the possession of the defendant.
ALSO, 400 acres of land, more or less, in Elbert county, well improved, with a fifty saw cotton machine on said premises, on the waters of Wawhach creek, adj. JAMES MORISON and others; levied on as the property of ELIZABETH WHITMAN, to satisfy an execution in favor of YOUNG BOHANNON, indorsee.
ALSO, one Negroe man, by the name of JACOB; levied on as the property of JESSE THOMPSON, to satisfy sundry executions issued from the Justices court, returned to me by JOHN NASH, constable.
ALSO, four Negroes, viz:. PHEBY and EDNEY, two women in the possession of FREEBORN LUCE, AMEY and her child CLARK, in the possession of GEORGE COOK, Esqr. levied on as the property of LEWIS IRONS, to satisfy sundry executions issued from the Justices court, returned to me REUBIN COOK, cost. ALSO, one Negroe girl ALFRED, in the possession of FREEBORN LUCE; levied on as the property of LEWIS IRON, to satisfy three executions in favor of THOMAS STOKES, E. H. CUMMING and ROBT. THOMPSON.
Conditions-Cash. THOMAS A. BANKS, D. S. March 3, 1815.

COLLECTOR'S SALE.
Will be sold to the highest bidder, on the first Tuesday in May next, at the Court-house in Elbert county, between the usual hours, the following property, or as much thereof, as will be sufficient to satisfy the Tax due for 1812.
One house and lot in Petersburg, the property of ALEXANDER POPE, agent for the Petersburg Mercantile store. Tax due 24 dollars 75 cts.
ALSO, one tract of land in Elbert county, on the waters of Wahatchey creek, adj. JAMES MORRISON and others, containing 100 acres, returned by NATHAN W. WHITMAN. Tax due for 1811 and 1812-3 dollars 27 cents.
ALSO, one tract of 50 acres on the waters of Davis creek, Elbert county, adj. SARAH LOWREMORE, returned by WILLIAM HATHCOCK.-Tax due 41 cents.
ALSO, one tract of 50 acres on the waters of Deep creek, Elbert county, adj. WM. LUNSFORD, return'd by JOHN STONE. Tax due 41 cts. MOSES HAYNES, T. C. March 3, 1815.

SHERIFF'S SALE.
Will be sold, on the first Tuesday in April next, at the Court-house in Wilkes county, between the hours of ten and three o'clock, the following property-viz:
Two Negroes (to wit.) BOB and TENOR, BOB fifty years old, TENOR 45 do. Taken as the property of JOSEPH ANTHONY, dec'd, to satisfy an execution if favour of ROBERT MOORE for MOSES HAYNES vs, the Executors of said dec'd.
ALSO, two Negroes (to wit.) NELLY 40 years old and JACOB 55 do. taken as the property of WILLIAM OVERSTREET to satisfy sundry executions in favour of JAMES CARTER and others vs. said OVERSTREET pointed out by defendant.
ALSO, one Negro woman named CHLOE 35 or 40 years old, one waggon and two horses, taken as the property of VINCENT B. LOW, to satisfy sundry executions in favour of LEWIS PRUDHOMME and others vs. said LOW, pointed out by defendant.
ALSO, one Negro woman named AMY 35 years old, taken as the property of CHRISTOPHER BINNS to satisfy sundry executions vs. said BINNS, in favour of WILLIAM and FELIX GILBERT and others, pointed out by defendant.
ALSO, 150 acres of land, (more or less) in Wilkes county on the waters of Upton creek adj. WILLIAM THORNTON and others, whereon JOHN JONES now lives, with the improvements thereon, taken as the property of SOLOMON THORNTON to satisfy an execution in favour of JOHN HILL and Co. against SOLOMON THORNTON and RENNY COLE, pointed out by plaintiff's agent.
ALSO, one Negro girl six years old, taken as the property of BENJAMIN SMITH, to satisfy sundry executions from the Justice's court. Executed and returned to me by JESSE WILLIAMS Constable. Conditions-Cash. THOMAS WOOTTEN, D. S.

SHERIFF'S SALE.
Will be sold, on the first Tuesday in April next, at the Court-house in Wilkes county, between the hours of ten and three o'clock, the following property-viz:
Seven Negroes, MARY, a woman about 28 years old, and her six children (viz.) SUCKY, about fourteen years old, NANCY, about twleve, OLIVER ten, MILES seven, GEORGE five, and FANNY three years old, taken by virtue of an execution in favour of THOMAS GRANT Adm'r de bonis non of JAMES BALLARD dec'd, against FANNY GAFFORD Executrix of THOMAS GAFFORD, dec'd-pointed out by the Executrix.
ALSO, one old Negro woman named NAN, taken under execution from a Justice as the property of WM. ARTHUR dec'd in favour of JOHN DICKEN levied on by JOHN GIBSON constable and returned to me. Conditions-Cash. JOHN DYSON, Sheriff. March 2d 1815.

Georgia. Oglethorpe County. By MATTHEW RAINEY, Clerk of the Court of Ordinary for said county. Whereas ROBERT FREEMAN applies for letters of Administration on the estate of HUBBARD HARRISS, 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 February 1815. MATTHEW RAINEY, C. C. O.

To Sell or Rent.
My house and lots in Washington, adj. the Printing Office, DAVID P. HILLHOUSE.

My Jack will stand the Spring Season at my plantation at the reduced price of six dollars the season, and eight dollars the insurance. March 3d 1815. A. LIPHAM.