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Athens Southern Banner (Newspaper) - July 13, 1833, Athens, GeorgiaA collection was Lake Quot a up a in i upwards of Twenty four Hundred dollars sons Prihod by the parsimonious Yankees present to the theological Seminary at co. Lum Hiu South Carolina. It is Well that col. Lumpkin is looked upon by the agitators of the South us belonging to the Foremost rank of those who profess to bold in Ali or hands sex. Clu Sicly the Honor Tho happiness and the Southern states to mean Tho Nuu tiers. If the sentiments on slavery advanced by him at the Loston mooting had been in the same place and on the same occasion pronounced by one from Tho South equally conspicuous and Averso to South Carolina nullification pc hesitate not to say that Tho cry of treason and traitor would Ero this have been proclaimed by Duff Creen and re echoed by his whole Batch of trumpeters from Washington City Tonew Orleans. Colonel Lumpkin who spoke with enthusiasm stated that his clerical friends whom he Hud acc Dently met in this City had solicited him to address this meeting. He did so knowing the responsibility he a id his friends assumed in making to is Appeal. There were Strong feelings at the South against the North and he and others Hud striven to disabuse the Public mind. The Union had been in danger and this meeting formed a strange contrast to the notes of Deliane we Ricoli had recently been sounded in his own state and the slate of Softli Carolina. He spoke of slavery with much feeling and philanthropy and remarked that strange As it might seem tor him coming from a slave slate he would Call Upo his maker to witness that the most violent Liolio is of the North could not More seriously desire the dissolution of the ties Between the master and the slave than himself. Several circumstances were now concurring to hasten that result a change had taken place even within a year in the Sunli in cats of the planters lie truly believed that the interests of the owners and the slave were alike identified i h emancipation and the Lime was rapidly Roming on when the principle would he abandoned and the Only difference of opinion would lies How can the thing to Doni in the Best manner he pointed to a card of the Sabbath school hanging on the Wall inscribed Wilh the Precept of our Saviour a love one another a and said that this commandment which was called in the Bible a new commandment he hoped would he strictly observed by the Brethren of the North and the South and that the meeting would forge a new link to he added to the Chain Winch encircles our common country. Roa South Haas i Annor. Public meeting at Watkinsville. In pursuance of Public notice previously Given Between 2 10 and 250 of the citizens of Clark county assembled at the court House in the town of Watkinsville on the �1th Day of july 18311. For the purpose of con i Criag the propriety of recommending the ratification or rejection of the amendments proposed to the Constitution by the late con Ven lion assembled at milled Mcville. It i motion of col. J. Ligon capt. Zadock it ook was called to the chair and Robert Ligon and Walter a. Appling appointed secretaries when theorge r. Clayton Esq. Millered the resolutions hereto subjoined a Liili were ably supported in speeches of considerable length by col. Joseph lion theorge r. Clayton Esq. Asbury Hull Esq., and opposed with much ingenuity by Junius Hillyer Esq. on the question being put by the chairman for the Adna to of the resolutions was unanimously carried Wilh the exception of two dissenting voices. I la i of Clark county having Assem Kea Olli tons. Bled together As freemen for the purpose of taking into consideration the amendments of our i on Titu to. T res led to us Abr Ratific Lioi by die i ohm Leion which met at Milledge. \ die on the first monday in May lust and having thoroughly investigated the subject and having seen the inequality and injustice which will he produced in the representation of the counties in our state legislature by a ratification of the same do rusoi.vr., that we will use our exertions in preventing a ratification of the proposed amendments of the Constitution by the people. On motion it was resolved that the pro cd clings of this meeting be signed by the chairman and secretaries and published in the Southern planner and the journal and recorder of Milledgeville. Z. Cook chairman. Robert Ligon w. A. Appling by the Reader of the Day our absent fellow citizen the Hon. Charles Dougherty his Virtues entitle him to our warmest esteem his talents and Republican principles Merit and receive our Admir Tion and respect. By maj. N. A. Adams maj. Joel Craw Ford the Soldier and statesman May he be Tho next governor of Georgia but not Bur thence with the office of Post master for the Federal Union. By Voct. James a. Wrights Equality of representation the Only safeguard of our political principles the Sheet Anchor of freemen accursed be those who wish to subvert it. By Edward Paine memory of Gen. George Washington. By col. A. Y. Gresham from Black Hawk the convention and the presidents proclamation god Send us a Safe deliverance. By p. Haynes Hon. George r. Gilmer one of Georgia a favorite and t looted sons elevated by his Independence of character above the reach of calumny and detraction. By col. Joseph Ligon Joel Crawford Esq. If respectable , Stern integrity and in. Flexible Republican Pri Caples qualify a Man for Tho duties of Tho executive cd Muir of Georgia he will not be forgotten by the people on the first monday in october next. By Ivy a. Stroud party spirit subside in such a degree that Merit May be Rew. Rcd Virtu servant of the people have at heart the Best interests and Prosperity of our beloved country. By Thomas the Hon. Patriotic worthies who composed the majority of our late convention. A their disinterested and beneficial labors will be duly appreciated by every intelligent Republican in Georgia. The Mountain Laboured and brought Forth a mouse with a a no Ratific. Tion at that a ticked to the Tail end by Ilott. Ligon m. Troup the pure incorruptible Champion of state rights. By James sansome major Joel Crawford his services to his country both in the Field of Buttle and in the councils of the nation Are not forgotten by a great Lul and magnanimous people. By Thomas m. Grigsby Wilson Lump Kin ibid the missionaries the latter have re. Paired to the cherokees May the former soon return to his private residence to remain. By Edcard l. Thomas Jumes m. A Avn May he repent the Day of his political Apos. Tacy a married in this town on thursday evening last by the Rev. Or. Hoyt or. A Axil Isles to miss Elizabeth m. Cole Oil of this place. 0 j5 the wedding cake As it should be in such cases was duly forwarded. In Watkinsville on sunday 30th ult. By the Rev. Or. Parks capt. Isaac s. Incest sheriff of Clark county to the Atria de miss Deula Ann Haynes daughter of p. Haynes Esq. Of the former place. From the Augusta chronicle. By a quest died at his residence Airville Edgefield District s. A on thursday Tho 27th ult. Thomas g. Lamar Esq. In the 46th year of his age after a Short but severe attack of bilious fever. Seldom if Ever has it fallen to the lot of Man to record the death of a More amiable upright and intelligent individual than Tho excellent one whose deeply lamented decease is the this melancholy notice or a More valuable member of society and Ona whose loss could be More extensively Felt and deeply regretted. Exemplary in All the relations of life with a Strong intelligent energetic and Well regulated mind combined with the most delicate sons of Honor and honesty and right adherence to them and to principle regardless of All consequences together with great liberality of feeling and generosity of heart blandness of manners and open Manly frankness of look and expression he was naturally beloved respected and confided in by ail who knew him while within the limits of his own family the deep and affectionate regard for his uniform love and kindness and the homage paid to his Many Virtues and nobleness of character knew no Bounds. With a wife and six children an aged Mother who loved him to his last hour As Nono but a Mother can love and regrets Hijii with that sense of encouraged and each Public 1 bereavement which none but a Mother can feel and several widowed Sisters and their families All look d h solution. The firm or partnership of Amos w. Hammond amp co., has this Day dissolved by Mutual consent. All who have demands against or who Are indebted to said firm Are requested to Call for a settlement on Amos Vav. Hammond at Ruckersville who has had full control of said establishment from Tho com. Mene Ervent of said partnership. Amos w. Hammond Rucke Niue. Wiley Harben Gainesville. Alfred Hammond Ruckersville. June 19�?17 it. Dissolution. T5�phe finn of Schoonmaker amp Whiting. Was dissolved by Mutual consent on the 20th april last. All persons having demands against the firm and All those indebted will Call on l. Schoon. Maker for settlement who is alone authorised to set. Tie the same. Lod. Schoonmaker Willard Whiting. July 13�?17�?it. A for Sale and double harness Low for Cash. Apply to l. Schoonmaker. Athens july 13�?17tf. Cassv1lle hotel. Fv1iie subscriber respectfully informs his friends >3l anti the Public in general that he is now opening a House of entertainment in Cassville cuss county where from his knowledge of business he Hopes to share a reasonable portion of their patronage. Malachi Jones. July 9�?17�?3t. Ing up to him for Protection Aid and counsel and that affectionate kindness love and attention which beamed us it were from his very heart on All around him he was indeed if possible Tho most respectful and affectionate of sons the most fond endearing and tender of husbands and fathers the most filial and generous of Siroth Crsp and Tho most humane kind und considerate of masters to say nothing of the unwavering strength and Fidelity of his Friendship and the warmth of his Charity and Benevolence toward the whole human race. A retiring ipod Cost and unassuming to discouraged the approaches of Public honors gratefully but firmly for Bis Pride was to sustain an upright irreproachable character in private life his ambition to leave nothing wanting that was in his Power among the numerous dependants around him whose varied in. The rests and welfare occupied his whole time and attention and his great object and happiness were to see them Happy and in every respect comfortable and Well provided. With several of their estates under his entire management and control it was the Surprise of All How lie managed them All and at the same time so thriving by orderly and profitably. But unalloyed goodness and Benevolence were in his heart and his mind and hand seemed guided by slim who is All knowledge and All Power for every thing seemed to Prosper under his care and notwithstanding his Devotion to the affairs of Tho other dependant brandies of his family his own never Boro the evidence of neglect but beautifully systematic in _ their order and arrangement they were at the same by j. W. Wooldridge Procce time prosperous and profitable and bid fair to real dings of the Lute convention of Georgia May j be t in most sanguine expectations. The people of Georgia spurn with indignation i thou Averso to a Umic life and particularly to Mere a me. T us i partisan politics tie was not insensible to the duties this disgraceful attempt to encroach on their. The own to his mat0 and c0llntry Imd Nowr Dearest rights. J Lect Ful of them and while no Man Felt Moro warm by major Nathail c. Mamet la the Fedor the wrongs and interests of his moved state the rank state of Georgia. Savannah 2d july 1833. Motice an election will take place at the banking House in Savannah on monday the 25th of july inst. For an agent of this Bank at Greensboro ought salary $1500 per annul and the privilege of personally occupying the dwelling part of the banking House. Bond in the sum of $30,000, with four or More sufficient Security is will be required. Applications to be addressed to the Bank naming securities. By order of the Board a. Porter cashier by i. K. Tefft Teller. July 2�?17�?2t. Alist and Tariff majority of Congress May they henceforth learn Wisdom and righteousness and May the Union of these states be Long perpetuated. By Richard e. Burkes Daniel of Connell the Washington of Ireland May he he successful in liberating his country from the Iron Rod of British tyranny. By Daniel major the rulers of the democratic Troup party possess Clear us sincerity of his patriotism was attested in the late contests by staking his life his Honor and his All in her great and glorious cause. Thus living , admired and beloved by All around him and deeply lamented in death lie has left a melancholy chasm in a numerous n a disconsolate family which no Rimo or circumstances c to fill Ami i sense of affliction which none can Comfort but a a he who give ctr and Takosh away and who can a a temper the wind unto Tho shorn inc dial College of Georgia. The lectures in this institution situated at Augusta will commence on the third monday the 21�t of next october and continue for six months the professors arc l. A. Dugas m. Anatomy and physiology. Jos. A. Eve m. D therapeutics and Materia to. Dica. L. D. Ford m. D chemistry and pharmacy. M. Antony m. and diseases of women and children. A. Cunningham m. and practice of Medicine. A a Paul f. Eve m. and practice of sur Gary. George m. Newton m. Do projector and demonstrator of Anatomy. In addition to the above clinical lectures will be delivered in the City Hospital and every facility afforded Tho student for practical experience. The fees arc for the six tickets s100 graduation $10 matriculation a $5 Good Board with lodging May to obtained at $13 per Mouth. For particulars see circular issued in june. Augustus b. Long Street president of Board of trustees. L. D. Ford Secretary. % Augusta july 13�?17�?it. United states hotel August a Georgia. The undersigned grateful for the patronage that has been extended to him since he has had the management of the above establishment respect fully informs his friends and the Public generally that the hotel is now open and will continue so during Tho summer and at All times and All seasons and pledges himself that his exertions shall be to Render the accommodations of this establishment inferior to none in the City. The stables Are amply supplied with an abundance of Good provender and under Tho management of a careful and Ostler. John r. Anderson. June 24�?15�?it. Reduced prices. Earthenware China Glass amp looking glasses. Tho�oba8 Barrow amp co importers 88, water str Etc new Yor. Are continually receiving the newest patterns of earthenware China amp a. By the late arrivals from Liverpool. Their Stock comprises every variety in the line and is surpassed by none in extent or Quality. They have made such arrangements in England for the Purchase of their goods As enables them to hold out the strongest inducements to merchants dealing in the line. Those who Are laying in stocks of the article will find it greatly to their interest to Call As the very lowest Price will be named which it is possible to sell at. N. By the Best packers in the City employed. Thomas j Barrow amp co. Importers 88, water Street new York. It orders by letter carefully attended to and goods charged at lowest rates. June 29�?15�?3t. Sheriff Stales. 154 13 859 12 1163 12 977 4 1006 4 1030 12 856 12 297 12 591 4 235 4 90 6 527 12 776 5 222 13 455 12 951 5. 412 13 588 12 675 4 7g 4 740 4 117 15 971 12 318 12 1096 12 733 12 899 4 585 5 14 13 508 13 826 4 69 1 111 15 1097 12 428 15 307 12 987 4 177 13 111 13 1051 5 45 13 222 13 943 4 1003 12 11 13, 433 13 1054 4 863 11 145 12 j. Brown e. Kinerts Morris amp Lott h. My Clain b. George w. Sims s. Henderson. E. H. Barrett. My Allen. J. A Calhoun. 8. M Junkin. J. Choice. C. Culberhouse w. Green. Clark sheriffs Sale. On the first tuesday in August next will be sold before the court House door in the town of Watkinsville Clark county within the usual hours of Sale the following property to wit a 40 acres of land More or less in said coun others levied on As the property of John ii. Sims to on Tho Waters of Shoal Creek adjoining Wright and to satisfy a i. A. In favor of William b. Cook is. John u. Sims. James Tiendon d. She of july g frankly a postponed slices�1 Sale. On the first tuesday in August next is Toupee. Penetrating minds sound and Strong judgement drawing information from All subscribers have during Tho last week re. J5 a lived a fresh Supply of a secretaries. Tor the Southern Banner. A Watkinsville a. 4th july 1833. The anniversary of american Independence was celebrated at this place with those demonstrations of patriotic Joy and Good feel Ings which should characterize the remembrance of that Day. At 11 of clock a very respectable number of persons assembled at the Church and after an approx Piatt prayer the declaration of Independence was read by or. Young l. G. Harris prefaced Wilh a few handsome and pertinent remarks andean oration in style Chaste and neat and truly commemorative of the event was delivered by Henry p. Thomas Esq. Alter which the company retired to the Spring near the Academy and partook of a Barsac us prepared by or. Nathaniel Harper. After the cloth was removed the following Volunteer toasts were drank. The company retired at an Early hour in Harmony and Good order. Maj. �?�1 Homas Mitchell officiated As president and capt. Zadock Cook As vice president. By the president of the Day the memory of Tho. Jefferson an old fashioned Republican a review of his principles would Benefit the present generation. By the vice president of the Day the mock amendment of the Constitution unequal in representation the republicans of George >�?T�1 reject it. _ by the orator of the Day the Hon. Asbury. Hull a he has done Honor to our county in the legislative councils of Fth state a it merits be duly appreciated by the people acting from i he is Ives with incorruptible in Erity a,.wavering patriotism. By Lovick p. Thomas the proceedings of the late convention in Georgia a Complete Model of political degeneracy. By capt. Wayne Wise Wilson Lumpkin a Medley of absurdities. By capt. Wilt an Appling the proclamation and the Force Bill when you see the abomination of desolation standing where it ought not make haste and enlist under the Banner of nullification the Only place of safety. By Lovick p. Thomas woman a a woman alone was formed to bless the life of Man and share his care to soothe his breast when keen distress. Hath lodged a poisoned Arrow Quot by Bedford Langford a the late convention of Georgia May its proposed Amend input to the Constitution meet with the same Fate in All sections of the country that it has to Day in Watkinsville. By Geo. R. Clayton late proposed amendment to our Constitution founded in fraud it is attempted to be carried by deception the people of Clark can never he so lost to their own interest and the welfare of their country As to ratify it. By we. Stroud Federal basis of representation the Polar Star of the South. By s. In. Cunningham we. H. Craw Ford a talented venerable and honest politician. By John p. I Layness the Hon. A. S. Clay ton Southern principles have never had a More zealous Champion nor Georgia a More fearless and devoted Friend. By Hopson m. Hubbard Esq Zadock Cook Esq. His Republican sentiments offered us to Day should be adopted by every Cit zen of the county. By Edward Paine orator of the Day. By Robert Ligon Reader of the Day. By col. Joseph Ligon the president of the Day maj. Thomas Mitchell a Long tried and faithful servant of Clark county. Of i Nofsia. Supply n cd Asislo fashionable goods from new York suited to the season among them arc a few elegant pieces of Sultana Bonnet and Belt ribbons ladies lots. A a tuscan a , do. A a Satin do. Do. A a open work do. Also shoes and roots. T. Amp j. Cunningham amp co. Athens july 13�?17�?4t. Watches jewelry amp a. B. Lord Lias just re Ceicil from new York. is now opening at his old stand in this place a splendid and fashionable assortment of watches jewelry cutlery musical instruments plated and ill titania Ware perfumery amp a. Among which Are ladies and gentlemen a Lover and la epic watches Silver Lover la epic Ano common do. Lidies and gentlemen sear and Finger rings and breast pins of u great and Beautiful variety Rodgers Fine pen knives Wade amp. Butchers and Rogersjr ivors a Kent Bugle. Clarinets flutes Flageolet and violins walking Cones mathematical instruments salts of vinegar a new article Silver table and Tea spoons chess men opera glosses pistols amp a. A. It clock and watch repairing attended to As usual. % Athens july 13�?17tf. May be had at my shop next door to t. Hancock amp co. Extremely Low for Cash or credit All kinds of the lectures f the medical College of the state of synth Carolina will to commenced on the c monday in november next. Tho Board of trustees of the institution appointed by the legislature consists of the following members Hon. C. J. Colcock president Rev. Jasper Adams d. Hon. W. Drayton Hon. H. L. Pinckney Hon. Sam. , Hon. Elias Horry Nathaniel Heyward . Turnbull Mitchell King Jacob Ford and ii. A. Desaussure esquires. Hon. Junes Hamilton in the place of r. J. Turn Hull Esq. Dec. The professors arc of Anatomy John Edwards Holbrook m. D. Of surgery John Wagner m. D. Of institutes and practice of Medicine Sam. Henry Dickson m. D. Of obstetrics and diseases of women and infants to Tomas g. , m. I it. Of Materia medic i Henry r. , m. D. Of chemistry Edmund Ravenel m. 1. Of physiology James Moultrie or. M. D. Demonstrator of Anatomy John Bellinger m. D. Clinical lectures will be Given twice a week during the ensuing session at the alms House and Marine Hospital by professors Frost and Wagner. Sam. Henry Dickson m. D. Dean. July 13�?17�?m5t. The Charleston and Hamburg rail Road Stock was some time since offered As Low we believe As 60 per cent being 40 per cent below Par. Within a few Days says the Georgia courier it has sold at 105. Important to ought to know that if a newspaper directed to his office is not taken out and he delays beyond a reason ble time to mad information to the publisher he is himself liable for the paper. The Philadelphia chronicle of monday evening a ays a a a Rumor very extensively circus ites that Joel Clough has died in prison. This Rumor is rather strengthened by the great exhaustion and debility observable in his appearance since his boots and shoes. Consisting of gentlemen s Calfskin and Morocco boots Calfskin Morocco Black Buckskin and Sealskin shoes and pumps ladies Buckskin Morocco and Sealskin shoes. Every description of farming shoes of a Superior Quality All kinds of negro sho��8 children a shoes of every description. Repairing done in the neatest manner and at Short notice. Materials and work All warranted. Persons wishing to economise in Tho above article of dress would do Well to Call and judge for themselves. R. Rogers. April 13 -4 a Only. A. Lambert j. Whorton j. Stewart m. M Leod s. Day d. Wadsworth w. Ridley d. H. Barnes j. Watford b. Gowing t. W. Mills a. Taylor j. Corbin j. Flan Ganmy Junkin amp Smith a p. Lamar. Watson amp. Warren. John Reese. J. T. Childers. R. L. Triine. Cullens amp sons. Jones amp. Simmons p. J. Murray. To. B. Leeper to. G. Hall. A b. Shelton Kimbrough of. Al. E. E. Gaither. J Durrence w. Gilley a Mullins j my lain j. Stray Horn c. Crawford j. T. Hardage i. Knowls g. Row j. Atwell r w. Williams p. Ii. Alston s. Jeter c. Powers. Officers Otic. 8. A. S. M Junkin. J. Barron. I. . W. Fez cd. J. W. Jones Al Cor b. U Cato. John Choice. C. Osborn. H. Malcom a. Millen amp hawks., p. Limar. W. Jackson . I. B. Rowland. W. O. Dabney s. Appleton. J. Adams j. Williams. R. Gill p. H. Alston j. Witters j. . Luvs once w. Ridley j. Newman e. Champion j. Riley l. Welch t. Rieves Jun. I. Chapman t. Carver k. Pridgeon. L. R. Beanan. P. J. Murray. T. Kiles. R. J. Lane. . Tippens. Bachelder amp co. T. Levington. St told amp Porter. P. J. Murray it. Al. P. J. Murray do. Cherokee county. To to wit William Wilbanks Stone Cypher and others levied on to satisfy a f a. In favor of John Nix is. Gillum Wilbanks. Charles w. Bond she of. June 29. On the first tuesday in August next. Will be sold at tie court House in the Tow of Danielsville Madison county within the usual hours of Sale the following property to wit five thousand acres of land More or less or so much a3 lie in Madison county of two five do Trobriand alias r. Gauvain to satisfy property pointed out by said mortgage. Lands of Janies Power and James ii. Patton favor of Jusso Power and James Power tors of Thomas m. Grimes deceased is. Said pro Yerty pointed out by said mortgage. Richard b. Gholston she of. June 1. A list of letters remaining in the Post office at Watkinsville a. On the 1st of july 1833. Philip Allen k Sherod Grunet 2, James w. Parr Hill 2, Thom is Gordon Allen w. Brown John Hinesly Chirles Burger Elcazar Hamilton James burlier Hosea Haile Fry Carpenter 2, Daniel Ingles Thomas Connell. Samuel Klutts Marcus Crawley Martha Kelly Hon. Chirles Dougherty John Oliver Robert Dougherty Esq. Win. H. Reynolds Josiah Daniell. Nelson Ridgeway John Earnest Alexander Rambert John a. F a through John Smith Esq. Mrs. Hinson Gresham Mary Sturgis a. Y. Gresham Alexander Sims Isaac Geoid Rulien Stewart w. Grier Green m. Wiggins. Davis c. Gresham Parmenas Haynes p. M. July 13�?17�?31. University of Georgia. The examination of the three lower classes in this institution will commence on wednesday the 31st july next ind continue for three Days. Saturday the 3d of August will be appropriated to examining candidates for admission sunday the 4th the Cora my Mont Sermon will be delivered in the College Chapel at half past 10 a. M. Monday the 5th the Board of trustees will meet for the transaction of business tuesday the 6th there will be an exhibition of orators from Tho Junior class chosen by the two literary societies connected with the University a and on wednesday the -7th, the annual Hull Secretary. June 29�?15�?tc. To journeymen winners wanted by the Sut Scriber two journeymen winners. To Good workmen constant employment and Liberal wage. Will be Given. Athens Jone 22�?14�it we. Veronee. 463 3 o j Roso h rest and others. 179 15 o ii Vav Roberts l amp j Hooper. 347 3 2 j s Heas it. Al. M Ricklin. 778 3 2 o t Dickerson j my a Shorter or. 659 15 2 Vav Parker e orm Siy. 821 2 2 s Hurst r Carlisle. 754 2 o j Vav Hai Melton b whith rec 637 15 o j h Barton Vav i Tackeff. A 1083 2 2 j Bari Berry j in Ardow. A a a a 89 2 o s r Walker Kelly a it Ion. 897 15 2 t Galley c my . 754 15 2 Vav s Allison j u c?.rg be. 90 3 2 r Cotton to. 684 15 o t Camaron j a White. 333 2 2 b Jinkins j Ainesworth. 2 14 2 w Vav Wash j u Job Fison. 267 2 2 e r Kellum a Quot a a a it pc Arrea. 733 15 2 r s Pownal j Oan lege. 671.15 2 j Mercer 273 3 o j d Brewster j h Urmini Ovid. 130 14 o e Hamilton my unkind. 511 15 2 s Pope a my jul i i a Smith. 1049 15 o w Perry. J p w . 37 15 o 1. Kabelac pc a a Tate. 799 15 o w. Arnold j. A Ujj Ilkiv. A Cobb county. 405 2 3 r. Garner my Junkin pc Smith. 137 17 o John Coker s. My Junkin. 485 3 3 Vav. W. Barrot Vav Porter. 808 16 o Thos. James Haynes Ana others. 759 1 61 w. H. T. Fitts Tsicos .277 19 2 e. Johnston s. My a Iriqui. 491 19 o j. Biak Inskip Catlen a Bush anon. 711 17 a a l. Cables t. I Niit. 331 19 2 j. P. A Steedly c. Vav. Christian. 902 1 2 we. Roughton urdu Ich &.vvalder. 861 19 2 a. Smith Kellogg he a forc 761 1 2 a. Smith Kellogg a site Ford 433 16 2 1. Golden Vav. D. Pc crop Gas a 77 20 o l. M. Matthews r. Wynns amp. Orbor 238 17 o . Hudson. W. Houghton. 72 17 2 w. Hag Wood p. J. Murray. 1261 19 o b. Higgins do. 962 18 o Vav. Voss do. 159 16 2 e. Treadaway do. 329 20 o g. Hinkle do. 1006.18 2 j. Cocks do. 204 18 o r. Smith do. 48 17 o g. Wilson do. 736 1 2 j. Sanders do. 1096 16 2 Vav. Prince it. Al. Do. 334 17 o j. Wilson do. 166 19 2 r. Berden do. 121 3 3 a. Thurmond do. 294 20 2 h. Proctor l. Thomas do. 1230 16 o Quot do. 923 1 o c. Clark do. 819 3 3 b. Parker do. 3 695 16 o a. Cavin do. 993 17 o s. Howel r. V. C. Ruffin. 617 19 2 p. Meredith do. 896 1 o g. Pritchet t. Gray. 930 13 o Vav. C. Dillon j. Young. 1099 19 o r. Wilkinson j. W. Wortham. 344 19 2 a. Prior Jones amp Harper. Sheriffs sales for August in Murray county. I sit dint. Sec. Property of 80 13 4 a. 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Richards e. Wood. N. Boyd Thomas Davis. J. Gregory m. Nicholson Fletcher it. Al. Gaudry amp Mcgriel. L Russel m. Cunningham. F. O. Mann . Cullens amp of sons. Do. J. B. Robinson do. J. Adams t. Townsend. . Jeffreys n. Fish. P. Sawyers f. Smith w. P. Glover w. Ridley p. R. Maya j. Newman Baldwin amp. Craig. J. R. Cargile. W. Greene. J. Montgomery. . Lothridge. J. A. Tippins. 773 3 1096 3 974 2 741 3 193 14 256 3 1025 2 33 337 745 910 621 Forsyth county. W. A. Young c. G. Buchnan. 73 4 358 23 29 16 198 16 606 3 196 16 36 22 g36 3 157 15 51 24&Quot 167 12 71 9 171 g 187 25 35 12 137 8 212 6 165 9 133 5 65 9 328 1g 8 7 136 8 47 11 225 24 122 16 325 4 150 23 1138 25 883 4 656 17 306 17 848 21 1220 4 221 21 827 4 293 4 j. D. Howell a j. Moore. I. Baicy Luke Reid. J. Ramey my canned amp Dickason b. Fleming z. Smith. W. Lewis. J. Ii. Harrison. S. Roach Watson amp. Warren. David reach j. 11. Warren. T. Crosby j. W. Stanford. W. W. Hays s. My in tin. A. Baker do. W. Elliot do. Floyd county. L. 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