The Friend and Monitor - Washington, Georgia
Volume I, Number 13. Friday, March 31, 1815 - page 1

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Being desirous to continue a good understanding with the persons who employ us in our profession, and knowing that frequent settlements tend to promote such and effect; we look on it a correct rule between persons who depend on each other for mutual advantages, to make annual payments or liquidation of their respective accounts. Therefore for the promotion of good will, for reciprocal justice, and to prevent mistakes, we respectfully desire all persons who are indebted to us for professional services, to settle or liquidate their accounts once every year. And those persons who actually refuse or desiguedly neglect to comply with this reasonable desire, must not consider us afterwards bound to attend their calls.
JOEL ABBOT, JNO. H. POPE, GILBERT HAY. March 31, 1813.

SHERIFF'S SALE
Will be sold on the first Tuesday in May next, at the Cout-house in Wilkes county, between the hours of ten and three o'clock, the following property-viz:
575 acres of land, more or less, in Wilkes county, on the waters of Upton's creek, adj. JOSEPH PRATHER and others; taken as the property of JOHN D. MITCHELL, to satisfy an execution in favor of ISAAC.
ALSO, two lots in the town of Washington, No. 3 and 4, with the improvements thereon, now in the occupancy of JOHN HALIDAY, taken as the property of JAMES FORD, to satisfy an execution in favor of FELIX H. GILBERT, on the foreclosure of a mortgage.
ALSO, the dower or one third part of an undivided tract of land containing 200 acres, more or less, in Wilkes county on the waters of Newford creek, whereon BERNARD HEARD now lives, adj. HOWELL HAY and others; taken as the property of ELIZABETH YOUNG, to satisfy an execution in favor of EARNEST C. WITTICH, and CHARTER CAMPBELL; executed and returned to me by JOHN BURKS, constable. Conditions-Cash. THOMAS WOOTTEN, D. S. March 31, 1815.

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Georgia. Wilkes county. By David Terrell, Clerk of the Court of Ordinary for said county,
Whereas STEPHEN EVANS and ASENITH COCHRAN applies for latters of Administration on the estate of PARMENAS COCHRAN, 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 aforesaid, to show cause (if any they have) why said letters should not be granted. Given under my hand this 29th day of March, 1815. DAVID TERRELL. C. C. O.

SHERIFF'S SALE.
Will be sold, on the first Tuesday in May next, at the Court-House in Wilkes conty, between the hours of ten and three o'clock, the following property-viz: 380 acres of land, more or less, adj. WM. W. WILLIAMSON and others, whereon LAMECH HUDSON now lives; levied on as his property to satisfy an execution in the name of ABRAHAM SIMMONS, for OWEN HALLIDAY, against said HUDSON. Pointed out by HUDSON.
ALSO, one Negro girl about nine years old, named SIDNEY, one road waggon, hind gear and waggon sheet, two bay Horses, one about nine years old, and the other about 12 years old; levied on as the property of JESSE McLAIN, to satisfy an executin in favor ofGEORGE JOHNSON-pointed out by the defendant.
Conditions-Cash. JOHN DYSON, Sheriff. March 31, 1815.

Georgia. Wilkes county. By David Terrell, Clerk of the Court of Ordinary for said county,
Whereas MARTHA HOPKINS applies for letters of Administration on the estate of WM. HOPKINS, 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 aforesaid, to show cause (if any they have) why said letters should not be granted.
Given under my hand this 30th day of March, 1815. DAVID TERRELL. C. C. O.

LOST.
On Friday the 24th of March, at THO'S GREENE's mills, formerly BILLING's mills-Six notes of hand, one on the Rev. THOS. RODES, for 51 dollars six and a quarter cents, CHARLES GRESHAM security; one on THO'S BROWN, for 9 dollars 12 cents, AARON FORMBY security; one on MARCUS B. RAGAN, for 3 dollars 62 cents, DAVIS OWEN security; one on DAVIS OWEN, for six dollars 68 cents, MARCUS B. RAGAN security; one on WM. HAMMET, for 1 dollar 6 cents, JAMES HAMMET security; one on JAMES HAMMET, for 2 dollars 56 cents , JOHN PETEETE security-Whole amount , 74 dollars 12 cents.
I forewarn all persons from tading in said Notes, as they were fraudulently obtained.-The above notes made payable to WALTER BILLINGSLEA, due the 25th of Dec. next. WALTER BILLINGSLEA. JOHN FAVOR, Jun. and THO'S GREENE, acting as Clerks, at said BILLINGSLEA's sale. March 31st 1815.

EXECUTOR'S SALE

Agreeable to an order of the honorable the Inferior court of Wilkes county, will be sold, to the highest bidder, on the first Tuesday in June next, at the court house in the town of Washington, the real estate of RICHARD HILLYARD, dec'd, consisting of one tract of land, containing 125 acres, more or less, on Little river, adj. CHARLES R. CARTER, and others; sold for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said dec'd. Terms of sale made known on the day. WILLIAM HILLYARD, Ex'cr. March 31, 1815.

Administrator's Sale.

Will be sold at the widow BENNETT's on the 12th May next, all the personal estate of HARMENAS COCHRAN, dec'd. CONSISTING of household and kitchen furniture, a set of hatters' tools, a quantity of fur, one horse, & hogs-and other articles too numerous to mention. Terms of sale will be made known on the day.
STEVEN EVANS, ASENITH COCHRAN. Admr's. March 31, 1815.

Notice.

All those indebted to the estate of PARMENAS COCHRAN, are requested to make immediate payment, as no further indulgence can be given-and those to whom the estate may be indebted, are requested to tender their accounts in property authenticated. STEVEN EVANS, ASENITH COCHRAN, Admr's. March 31, 1815.

A TEACHER WANTED

An English Teacher is wanted to take charge of a school, six miles below Washington, on my plantation-Any person desirous of being employed as above, who can come well recommended will plese make application to SAML BARNETT.

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Administrator's Sale.

Will be sold, on the first Tuesday in June next, at the courthouse in the town of Washington; one Tract of Land, lying part in Wilkes and part in Oglethorpe county, being the Real Estate of SOLOMON PATTON, dec'd-sold for the benefit of the heirs and creditors of said dec'd. CHRISTOPHER ORR, Adm'r. March 31, 1815.

Notice.

Nine months after date, application will be made to the honorable the justices of the Inferior court of Wilkes county, for leave to sell 3 tracts of land, lying in Clark county-One containing 1000 acres, lying on the Appalachee river-one containing 690 acres, on the middle fork of the Oconee river-one containing 600 acres, lying on Barber's creek in said county.-Also, two-thirds of a tract, in Wilkes county, containing 200 acres, lying on Rockey creek. The above, the Real Estate of JOHN WINGFIELD, dec'd.-Sold for the benefit of the heirs of said dec'd. WM. SIMPSON, Adm'r. March 31, 1815.

Notice.

Nine months after date, application will be made to the honorable the justices of the Inferior court of Wilkes county, for leave to sell two tracts of land; one lying in this county, the other in Wilkinson, containing 202 acres, (more or less,) the said being the Real Estate of JAMES POLLARD, dec'd. DANIEL OWEN, Qualified Guardian. March 24, 1815.