The Friend and Monitor - Washington, Georgia
Volume I, Number 18. Friday, May 5, 1815 - page 1
On the 15th day of March last, in the town of Washington, TWO NOTES OF HAND, one given by STEPHEN WHITE and WILLIAM GARTRILL (to ABRAHAM SIMONS, WILLIAM GRANT, and MATHEW TALBOT) ex'rs of JNO. MILLS, dec'd, or bearer for Thirty-seven Dollars and fift cents, payable the 25th day of December, 1812, to draw interest from the date if not punctually paid with credit of 12 dollars, and assigned over by PAUL T. WILLIS to JOHN WATERSON, the 14th April 1812; the other by THOMAS HUDSPETH and WM. HUGHES, dated and payable as the above, for Twenty-three Dollars, and assigned as the above.-Any person who has found, or may find them, and will let me have them will confer on me a singular favor; and the above obligors are cautioned not to pay the same to any person but myself, and all persons are forewarned not to trade or traffick off the same. WM. M. KAIN. April 18, 1815.
Nine months after date, application will be made to the honorable the justices of the Inferior court of Wilkes county, for leave to sell 46 and an ½ acres of land lying in Wilkes county, on the waters of Kittle creek, being the estate of JONATHAN MONTGOMERY.
ABRAHAM MONTGOMERY, Administrator. May 1, 1815.
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Will be sold, on the first Tuesday in June next, at the Court House in Oglethorpe county, between the hours of ten and three o'clock, the following property-viz: 100 acres of land, more or less, on the waters of Dry Fork of Long creek, adj. SIMEON WALKER; levied on as the property of SAMUEL STEWART, to satisfy two executions in favour of JAMES HULINGS. Also, 100 acres of land, more or less, on the waters of Long creek, adj. BEACHY R. GILMER; levied on as the property of THOMAS SCROGGINS, to satisfy an execution in favour of HOPKINS & PHILLIPS-Conditions Cash. JOHN ARNOLD, D. S. April 27, 1815.
We are authorised to state that JAMES RENDER, Esq. is a Candidate for a seat in the House of Representatives of the next General Assembly. May 2, 1815.
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Will be sold, on the first Tuesday in June next, at the Court House in Wilkes county, between the hours of ten and three o'clock, the following property-viz: one Negro man by the name of SAWNEY 22 or 23 years of age; taken as the property of VINCENT B. LOW, to satisfy sundry executions in favor of LEWIS PRUDHOMME & others, pointed out by defendant.
ALSO, one Negro woman by the name of DILSEY 22 or 23 years of age; taken as the property of SAMUEL WELLBORN, to satisfy an execution in favor of ALLEN EASTON, against WILLIAM GOOLESBY & SAMUEL WELLBORN. Pointed out by defendant.
ALSO, one bay horse, 2 sorrel mares, 1 sorrel colt, 1 bay filly, 1 yoke of oxen and cart, and sixty or seventy barrels of corn; taken as the property of JOHN BRADFORD to satisfy two executions in favor of BENJAMIN WOOTEN, against JOHN BRADFORD & JESSE COX. ALSO, one sorrel mare, 3 beds, bedsteads and furniture, 1 folding table, 1 pine slab, 8 chairs, 2 chests of drawers, 3 rooter ploughs, 2 pair chain traces; taken as the property of ARTHUR M. CHARLTON, to satisfy sundry executions in favor of JAMES CORBETT and others.
ALSO, two beds, bedsteads and furniture, 1 pine table, 1 trunk, 6 split bottom chairs, 1 cotton wheel, 1 cupboard, 1 Dutch oven, 1 loom, 1 pair ______ irons and one coffee mill; taken as the property of BARKSDALE NALLY, to satisfy an execution in favor of the executors of JOHN ANDERSON, dec'd, against said NALLY and WILLIAM WILLIAMS. Pointed out by defendant.
ALSO, 40 acres of land, be the same more or less, in Wilkes county, on the waters of Clarke's creek, adj. WILLIAM MALLORY, and others, unoccupied at the time of the levy; taken as the property of JOSEPH M. CALLAWAY, to satisfy an execution in favor of the Executors of GODFREY HARTSFIELD..-Pointed out by defendant.
ALSO, one house and lot in Washington, in the occupancy of GEORGE ROLSTON; taken as the property of GARLAND DARRACOTT, to satisfy sundry executions-executed and returned to me by JOHN RILEY, constable. Conditions Cash. THOMAS WOOTTEN, D. S. May 5, 1815.
Georgia. Oglethorpe county. By MATTHEW RAINEY, Clerk of the Court of Ordinary for said county,
Whereas THOMAS S. BAILEY applies for letters of Administration on the Estate of WILLIAM BAILEY, 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 2nd day of May, 1815. MATTHEW RAINEY. C. C. O.