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Annapolis Maryland Gazette And State Register (Newspaper) - December 22, 1825, Annapolis, Maryland Anne Arundel county a on application by petition in ing. Of i a a Short to my m j id. Of the third a id i a Maryland Iii the Recta of a Arundel county court n Benefit of the act of nimbly an act for the Relief of sundry vent debtors passed St decent. Aion 1805, and the several. Merits thereto a schedule of i port us Home for Ever no. 32, h 217, Market Street Baltimore. 0cjw. C. Confine Dee himself the pleasure of presenting to lib nume Rotts kind Friend and patrons the scheme of the first lottery to be drawn Iii this City which is the. Grand consolidated stale lottery of Maryland no. 3, wherein he anticipates with Liberal encouragement As usual to have the satisfaction of distributing among adventurers a Large proportion of the capital Pri see therein. B Lillia it do Mig $ Fig ent us i ii to i prise of $100,000 is $ 00, i do of 30,000 is 0,000 i do of �0,000 is 20,00 i do of 10,000 is 10,000 i do of 3,000 is 5,000 15 do of 1,000 b 15,000 to do of 500 is 5,000 50 do of 100 b 5,000 too do of 50 is 5,000 Ioc do of 20 is 2,000 500 do of 12 is 6,000 10,5 >0 do of lob 105,000 in me a a ill 11,28 a prizes $3o8,000 28,72 a Blanks 35,-00 tickets $.108,000 amounting in All to the splendid sum of the state of Maryland to All whom it May cos Cern. Christian Mayer Esq. Having produced to a an sex Equator signed by the president of the United states arid sealed with the anal of said states recognizing him As Consul general of his majesty the King of Wurtemburg to reside at Baltimore ordered that the said recognition be published for the information and government of the people of this state. Oui. Given cinder Tufty a hand and the great a eat of the state of Maryland this a. Venth Day of december in the year of our lord one thousand eight Hundred and Twenty five and of the Independence of the United slates the fiftieth. Samuel Stevens. By the governor twos Culbreth Elk. Of the Council j a nit a amp Damp Saa president Ltd the United state of All of Hom to Mav Gonce St a Christian Mayer Esq having pro. Diced to to his commission As con sol general of his majesty the King of a Wurtemburg to reside at Baltimore i do hereby recognise him As such and declare him free to exercise and enjoy such functions Powers and privileges As Are allowed to the commercial agents of the most favoured nations in the United states. In testimony whereof i amp have caused these letters to i be nude Patent. And the a a Seal of the unite slates to be Quot Hereunto affixed. Given under my hand at the City of Washington the filth Day of no i Venher a d 182$. And the Independence of the United states of a in Erica the q. Adams. By the president Hclay Secretary of state. To be published once a week for three weeks in the Maryland Republican and Gazette of Annapolis the Patriot american and Gazette of bal. Tii Nore the political examiner of the a Rah did he raid of Hagers town the Man Feaston and the National Ujj of Washington. The subscriber offers for Safe. Sun by parcel of valuable property that is to say the House in which he now resides with sundry highly improved lots adjoining thereto with every and All convenient out houses a Young and thriving Orchard of apples and other fruit Trees of Superior kinds. The Quantity of land thus offered for Sale with the House Garden and other improvement contain about thirty acres two separately enclosed lots one of three and the other of six a Cees. Are at this time set with Clover. He likewise offers for Sale twelve lots of a Quarter of an acre each pm the a main Street leading into the City of Annapolis these lots will he sold together err to suit purchasers As May be desired he Tilso offers for Sale in one tract about one Hundred and seventy acres and adjoining the above lots and improvements on which is one convenient barn with Sheds around it nearly in the Centre of said 170 acres and on which is a thriving Young Apple Orchard with other Well selected a fruit Trees and near to which Are see veral excellent Springs of water and an Eminence that is esteemed an sex eel Lent site or a dwelling House commanding a full View of the Chesapeake Bay and the Entrance to the Harbour of Annapolis and in this tract offend there is a Good Mill seat. And excellent Clay for bricks it having been examined and pronounced to be equal to the Clay used for that purpose ii the City of Baltimore likewise part of a tract of fend ton tailing about 150 acres adjoining the estate of Lewis Neth Esq or. Which is a Good Meadow an abundance of fire Wood and Chesnut rail Timber. All which will be sold on . Persons inclined to polyps Are invited to examine for thei Elres. For terms apply to / Lewis Duvall. Aug. 25. Of. Merits herero a schedule of i Perry and a list of his creditor far As he could ascertain them j oath being annexed to his a Aid i on and being ratified that the i Isaac Short has resided in the a in Maryland for the two years next no ceding the Date of his said pm Ujj and being also satisfied that the j Isaac Short was in actual Confin for debt it is hereby ordered a adj judged that the said Isaac discharged from his confinement a that the said in each Short give Noti to his creditors by causing a Conn this order to be inserted in one of to newspaper printed in the City of a Napolis once a week for the term three months to appear before t said county court to be held in the to of Annapolis on the third mood of april next for the purpose of commending a trustee for their Ber fit and to Shew cause if any they he Why the said Isaac Short should to have the Benefit of the said act to supplements As prayed. Given a my my hand this first it of w 1835. It t he rime b. Dorsey a a Toby a 20. �1 by virtue of a writ of Fieri facial issued out of Anne Arundel county court and to me directed against the goods and chattels fends and tone Mentz of Nicholas Dorsey of Lloyd at suit of Henrietta Brown i have seized and taken in execution in the crop of tobacco and Indian Corn fodder Hay amp a. Now in the Possession of the said Dorsey and i hereby give notice that of thursday the 5th Day of Janti Arv next at the residence of the a Aid Dorsey i shall proceed to sell the said property a above mentioned to the highest bidder for Cash to satisfy the debt due As Afore said. Sale to commence at 12 a clod., at. Welch of Ben. Shelf. A. A. County. Dec 8. $308,000 the whole to be finished in oho drawing Only which will positively Tike place on wednesday the 15th february 1826, under the superintendence of the commissioners appointed by the governor St Council. Mode of numbers a will be Puth Toone wheel As usual kind Iii another wheel will lie put tile prize above Tho denomination of to Dollar and tile drawing to Progress in the us Dkl manner. The 10590 prizes of $1 will by awarded to the tickets the numbers of which end with the terminating figure of either of the three first drawn numbers from the wheel of different terminations. We will suppose that number 0101 to he the first drawn no. Then every ticket in the lottery ending with the figure i be entitled to a prize of $10, then suppose that no. 14610 to be the second drawn number then Ever a number ending with 0 will also be entitled to a prize of $10�?and in like manner suppose that no. 31,118, be the third drawn number from the wheel then ail the tickets in the scheme ending with the figure 8, will also be entitled to a prize of $10 Kaen in addition to any other prize they May have drawn. I this Mode of drawing will permit the whole lottery to be completed at oat draw ten of Llu and a ticket drawing a Superior prize will not he restricted from drawing in inferior one also. Many tickets will therefore necessarily obtain two prizes each prizes payable in Cash sixty Days after the drawing subject to the usual deduction of 15 per cent the tickets in this Brilliant Abd splendid scheme Are going off rapidly at die following Low rates Viz a whole tickets $12 20 i quarters $3 of halves 6 to eighths i 50 tickets and shares for a e in the greatest variety of fortunate numbers at20 dollars Reward runaway from Oakland the farm of Charles c. Harper Esq on the Falls Turnpike near Baltimore a ii sunday the 18th of november negro Man i i. He is advanced in age. Very Black and addicted to drunkenness and affects to be More infirm than he really is any one Aho will deliver the said negro to the subscriber or give information so that he my he obtained shall receive the a Bove Reward with reasonable charges. John Gibson overseer. Dec pc 5w.sheriffalty to rent the House fronting the Dock formerly occupied by the late James Williams. Esq arid now by or John w. Hillias. Apply to Jim Adam fit Ohn Miller nov. 24. A of. State of Maryland so. Anne Jinn net county orphans court november 22d 1825. On application by petition of Wil Bam Owens one of the administrators of Thomas Owens fete of Anne a run Del county deceased it is ordered that he give the notice required by few for creditors to exhibit their claim against the said deceased and that the same be published once in each week forthe space of six successive weeks in the Maryland Gazette. Thus h Hall Reg. Will a a. County i hereby forewarn All persons from Hunting with dog or gun or otherwise trespassing on my Plantation lying on Rhode River in Anne Arundel county As the severest penalties of the Law will be rigidly enforced against All such offenders # John Conte. Nov. 17. To 3m 1.1 a tickets Only ten dollars Orand state Lotter of Maryland under the superintendence of the commissioners appointed by the governor and Council and by an improved Mode of drawing secured by letters Patent under the Seal of the United states. To be drawn in the a Ity of Baltimore and the whole to be completed in one Dav on the 15th of february next. Highest prize 100,000 Dos chs Quot me. I prize of 100,000 dolls is $10 to 00 i prize of 30,000 dolts is 30,000 i prize of 20,000 dolls is 20,000 i prize of 10,000 dolls is 10,000 i prize of 5,000�?~dolls. Is 5,000 15 prizes of 1,000 dolls is 15,000 to prizes of 500 dolls is 5,000 50 prizes of too dolls is 5,000 Loori Zesoff 50 dolls is 6,000 too prizes of 20 dolls is 2,000 500 prizes of 12 dolls is 6,000 0,500 prizes of to dolls is 105,000 11,280 prizes amounting to $508,000 As usual at Cohen s office the Cash can be had for All prizes the moment they Are drawn. Present Price of tickets tickets $12 of i quarters $3 00 halves 6 of i eighths i 50 to be had in the greatest variety of numbers a Beer ale cider Sec the Public Are hereby notified that the Porter and Beer establishment formerly conducted by the subscriber is still continued by h. S. Holland who will with pleasant accommodate All persons disposed of encourage him. Isaac Holu of Annapolis. Dec 15._# 3w.wanted to hire by the year a Stout aide bodied Colour flt Man. Apply at the Gazette office december 8. Foil Tlly s Home no. 32, Market Street nearest office to the Centre Market or at his Agency no. 217, Market Street one door below Liberty Street Baltimore Ami at his office no. 5, South third Street Philadelphia where the Cash As usual will be paid for prize tickets on presentation. A a a a the a lottery Intel Necef issued at Conine office Baltimore which will contain the drawing of the above lottery at Large will be forwarded to All those persons Gratis who make their investments at co nine a o offices and by which tin Fate of tickets can be As easily ascertained As if on application at a lottery office. A orders from All parts of the United states covering Cash or prize tickets either by mail Post paid or private conveyance Wilt meet with the same prompt and and careful attention As heretofore addressed to w. C. Conine Baltimore or Philadelphia. State of Maryland so. Anne Arundel county orphans court november 22d, 1825. On application by petition of Abner Linthicum and Ezekie Johnson administrators of Henry a. Johnson late of Anne Arundel comity deceased it is ordered that they give the notice required by few for creditors to exhibit their claims against the said deceased and that the same be published once in each week for the space of six successive weeks in the Maryland Gazette. Tho. H. Hall Reg. Wills a. A. County. Notice is hereby Given that the subscribers of Anne Arundel county hath obtained from the orphans court of Anne Arundel county in Maryland letters of administration on the personal estate of Henry a. Johnson late of Anne Arundel county deceased. All persons having claims against the said deceased arc hereby warned to exhibit the same with the vouchers thereof to. Tho subscribers at or before the 24th Day of May next they May otherwise by Law be excluded from All Benefit of the said estate. Given under our hands thu 22d Day of november 1885. Abner Lam Rosum ?. Ezekiel?.�. A Aimre not. It. A ii s. Clean Linen and Cotton rags will be purchased at the store of the subscriber 6.81uw� notice is hereby Given that the subscriber of Baltimore Del county hath obtained from the orphans court of Anne Arundel county in Maryland letters of administration on the personal estate of Tho Mas Owens late of Anne Arundel county deceased. All persons having claims against the said decease Ted Are hereby warned to exhibit the same. With the vouchers thereof to the subscriber at or before the 14th Day of May next they May other Wise by few be excluded from All Benefit of the said estate Given under my hand thin 22d Day of november 1825. Owens administrator. Nov. 2k 1/ 6w. A runaway. Was committed to the gaol of Anine Arundel county on the 20th dal of october fest. As a runaway a and Gro Man who Calls himself Charlo Robinson who says he belong to Bert Hutchings Middlesex county a state of Virginia said fellow to be about Twenty five years of a a five fret four inches High Complex Ion Black has no perceivable ilex a Marks his clothing consists of 0 old country cloth jacket of Grey we Ture Osnaburg shirt and browsers he has also with him some old sum Mer clothing quite worn out. I also has on a pair of old cos a and Wool hat. His owner is heres warned to release him from gaol of Wise he will be discharged Accord Ift to few. R. Welc Koben. Shuff. County nov. 17. Caution. The subscriber hereby for Ewers All persons from Hunting with dog Jun. Or otherwise trespassing on w Arm on the North Side of ser River is hero determined to prow cute often Dij Rith the Rigour of few Adhn Andrew gramme nov 17. Ltd the r a 1 \ Maryland commenced her regular route on wednesday last the 2d March at 7 o clock from the lower end of Buchanan a wharf immediately adjoining major Isaac a Kim a steam Mill on Smiths wharf for Annapolis and Easton by Way of Castle Haven and on thursday 3d Day of March will leave Ess ton by Way of Castle Haven the same hour for Annapolis and Baltimore leaving a Annapolis at 2 o clock and continuing to leave the above places As follows Buchanan a wharf. Baltimore on wednesdays and saturdays and Easton on sundays and thursdays. At 7 o clock during the season. Passengers wishing to proceed to Philadelphia will be put on Board the Union line of steam boats in the Patapsco River and arrive there by 9 o clock next morning. The Maryland will commence her route from Baltimore to 8-town mid Chester town on monday 7th March leaving Buchanan a Whai l at 9 of clock every monday and Chester town every tuesday at the same hour for Queen a town and Baltimore during the season horses and carriages will be taken on Board from either of the above places except Queens town. All baggage at the risk of the owners. All persons expecting Small packages or other freight will Send for them when the boat arrives pay freight and take them away. Captain Levin Jones to Castle Haven will keep horses Anu marriages for the conveyance of pm in a eng Era to and from Cambridge. Passenger to pay their own stage fare. Fare reduced passage from Hinton or Castle Haven to Baltimore three dollars. Ditto to Annapolis 42 50. From Annapolis to Baltimore #1 50 dinner 50 cents. Decisions or the court of appeals of Maryland published by subscription. Irais 3dis�a�i�i�s of the court of appeals of Maryland to he reported by Thomas Harris Esquire clerk of the court of Apt peals and Reverdy Johnson Esquire. Attorney at Law. These decisions will Torch a continuation of the first volume of reports already published by messes Harris and Johnson closes with the year 1h05. It a proposed to publish the decisions in a series of numbers each to contain not less than one Hundred and Twenty five pages and four numbers to constitute a volume. The last number of each volume will contain a full and Complete Index. This Mode of publication it a conceived possesses advantages which give it a decided preference to that of publishing the be Ptitsin Bulky volumes it ensures the earlier publication of the reports and a not More than four numbers will be published a year the expense will not be so sensibly Felt. Terms. The Price of each number of the reports will $ i 88, payable on delivery. A a Subu Rio Tont to the work Ere receded Fgeorge shawls store the Maryland Gazette office and the Respre e office of the this lottery Anil Exchange office no. Its Marke a it St or r. Jilt in Here More capital prizes have been obtained than at any other office in America. Orders from any part of the United states or territories either by mail Post paid or by private conveyance enclosing the Cash or prizes in any of the lotteries will meet the same prompt and if on personal Appl cation addressed to j. I. Cohhjiog8c Brothers. A j Baltimore. Baltimore nou/18, 1825.negroes wanted for hirelings. Wanted at the Cape Sable Alum and Copperas works near Ainapo ii from 30 to 30 hands by the year for which Liberal wages will he Given payable half yearly for further particulars apply to or. Joseph Sands Annapolis f. G. Lechleitner. Nov. 24, a. In

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