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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - April 21, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana Wednesday april 21, 1830. Gen. Joseph Orr of Putnam county is a candidate for re election to the state Senate in the District embracing the counties of Putnam Montgomery Tippecanoe Carroll and a Clinton. New Post office. A Post office has been established at Jefferson in Clinton county and Charles i. Hand appointed postmaster. Clinton is East of Tippecanoe co., amp was Laid off by the last legislature. Jefferson is situate on the West Side of Kirk s Prairie As it is termed and is on the state Road As located from this place to Lafayette. In a preceding Page we insert a sketch of the proceedings of a Public dinner Given to or. Clay at Natchez. It will be seen that it was attended by gentlemen of different political sen tibents who laying aside their party feelings were anxious to Manifest their regard for his distinguished Public services his patriotism and his talents. His reception every where on his route to new Orleans and Back was cordial find enthusiastic and the demonstrations of attachment which were exhibited by his follow citizens without distinction of party could not be otherwise than cheering. Or. Clay declined the offer of a Public dinner at new Orleans and at several other places. He returned two or three weeks ago to his farm in the Vicinity of Lexington much improved in health. Internal Bill has been reported in the House of representatives which has for its object the construction of a great National Road from Buffaloe n. Y., passing the seat of the general government and extending to new Orleans. Deeply As the South May feel her interest involved in the opening of so important a thoroughfare yet it a by no Means certain that her circumscribed policy will be made to yield even on the present occasion to that which is deemed More Liberal and better calculated to secure the steady and rapid improvement of the country. In other sections of the Union where the people Are untrammelled in their opinions with regard to state rights and where they fully recognize the Power of the general government to make Minro Emonts the Case is very different. There they fully appreciate the benefits that Are believed will result to the country by facilitating the communication Between Remote parts in the afe and speedy conveyance of the mail As Well As the transportation of the numerous and heavy products of he Interior to cities and other commercial places whore it will be necessary to resort in order to find a Market and believe that it will tend to unite both in sentiment and action the citizens of the different states. Any other kind of property he might have with i regulations would belong to the states. This and so it would seem although citizens i implication exists without the Aid of the 10th of other states Quot cannot claim the exercise of a privilege which is denied to our own citizens Quot yet under certain circumstances they May exercise such privileges and whether they Are prohibited or not depends not so much upon our Constitution and Laws and our rights As a state As upon the character of Ike services which May be exacted from the slave. For if in the first Case the servant is employed in planting his master s Corn amp a. His shackles fall but if in the other instance he is employed in currying his master s horse brushing his clothes or in rendering any other acts of service whilst his master is visiting his friends collecting debts amp a. It seems that has Fetters remain clinched. It was certainly a most unfortunate circumstance for Mosely that Duncan did not accompany his negroes in their visit to Troy. It seems that he had friends there and he might certainly have availed himself of an Opportunity so favourable of paying them a visit. But the beam was most sadly kicked against Mosely on account of the very important fact tha Duncan most in advisable stayed at Home and permitted his negroes to do the visiting themselves. If Duncan s permitting Ben to remain at Troy Quot to keep him out of the reach of his creditors was an employment Forhia use interdicted by our Constitution and not protected by that of the United states Quot As the judge himself remarked i would respectfully inquire whether acts of service rendered by a slave within this state for his master whilst visiting his friends collecting debts amp a. Arc not equally Quot employments for his use Quot and if the one is interdicted Why is not the other whence does the judge derive this distinction 1 surely not from the compact the Constitution of the United states the act of Congress or our own Constitution. Supposing that the compact contains nothing obligatory either upon the United states or this state it is still evident to my mind that the Power of tolerating or prohibiting slavery within any of the states is an attribute of sovereignty belonging exclusively to the states themselves except so far As relates to fugitives from labour. The provisions of the Constitution of the United states upon which i base this proposition Are the following Quot no person held to service or labour in one state under the Laws thereof escaping into a nother shall in consequence of any Law or regulation there i be discharged from such service or labour but shall be delivered up on claim of the party to whom such service or labour May be in the 10th article of the amendments to the Constitution of the United states there is this provision Quot the Powers not delegated to the United article of amendments Bui with it it becomes an express stipulation. The states Are riot prohibited from making such regulations with respect to persons brought within their limits by the act of their masters. The people of Indiana in the exercise of their legitimate Powers have placed their veto to such acts by the emphatic and comprehensive declaration in their Constitution that there shall be neither slavery nor involuntary servitude within the state. This Constitution is the supreme la of the land and the citizens of other states Cion no More claim the privilege of violating it than citizens of this state. The sensibility of on slave Brethren to the rights of state sovereignty is notorious. Should a citizen of Indiana go into one of those state and there assert a privilege denied by its Constitution to its own citizens such a Prev Oster Ous pretension would be justly spurned with indignation. I should much regret to see any state in this Union deprived of its legitimate rights. I wish the slave states to have their rights. If they must have slavery let them have it but let it be confined to their legitimate boundaries. And i should Fain Hope that whilst they Are so tenacious and it is their duty to be so with regard to their rights As connected with this and other questions they will not blk my us if we insist upon ours. A very lit be reflection would convince them thit in d6iig this we Are Only acting upon their own principles. I no list of lift toys Remal Lingin to e Post office �1 Bedford Indiana on the 1st of april 18j0, which if not taken out in three months will be sent to the general Post juice As dead letters. A k Kierns Alexander l Lemons Abraham Lemon William Lee Thomas f. M Magl Meag Thomas m Coy Daniel Ash theodoras b Baldwin tie offilus be thu Phillip Browning Nathan Boon Noah c Crider miss Rebecca Clark Mary mallets a lae clerk of the Lawrencce deemed Charles it. James 3 d Indianapolis methodist Sabbath school. The annual meeting of the Indianapolis methodist sunday school will be held in the methodist meeting House on saturday the 24th inst. 3 o clock p. M., when the annual report will be read and officers for the ensuing year chosen and Many other interesting matters relative to the school will be attended to. Members parents children citizens and All others interested Are earnestly requested to attend. April 20, 1830. Married on the 15th inst. By the Rev. Thomas s. Hitt or. Charles Mcdo Galto mrs. Maria g. Scudder both of this place. Proposals for publishing by subscription a amp Azo Tatlier and a of the state of Indiana. A or. M Clelland Robert Mcelleny Samuel n or Chilli Rodes p Patterson Sarah Pitt John g. R Reynolds Abraham Rubottom John Ruly James s Sutton John 2 same Richard m. Speak Charles Star Abraham Stephenson or. T bet Tuil William tin Etrene George w Gaudy James or to Gaudy William Seph Wood Robert Walker John m. Whitman Barbara or Jessee Wilson Robert m. Carlton. P. Date on Thomas 2 Durham Jacob Durham Jeremiah. A a e Easten Littleton Esq Etchison Gambrill Erwin William f Iii rely John Fisher David Funston George g Gilltrap Jessee Green James Garton Robert h hooping River Eliza hav Ivusjohn Horeb Clement Halpaine Betsy Hickman Joseph Harney Selby Irwin Samuel f. Irwin James 365 having purchased the copy right of Scott s a a Indiana gazetteer Quot we propose states by the Constitution nor prohibited by a if Oie .j., Are reserved t o theves resp oth sate which it Vil be of timely or to the Thi s d a Quot Quot now it is very evident that the Power to pro town lakes Rev Hibit or tolerate slavery within any of the states Phe desc Intino. Of is not delegated to the United states nor is it ther this res a description of the counties Quot ers. Creeks roads fee. The descriptions of counties will show their. Of pics sons 11 time of organization extent Boun prohibited to the states except so far As they a i Ciui Uruu a 1 u. Dary Quality of soil water privileges amount from other states hold to might attempt to make a of population number and character of Church from i axiom Tusori lives from other states hold to a a a a a i a a in to m. J a err. Labour by the Laws thereof and from hence Quot in lathe descriptions of towns the conclusion is , that All regulations i of . N t upon the subject limited by that exception on the Indiana Republican of the i5lh inst. Says a we have been informed by a gentleman _ who arrived Here last night from new Orleans that on sunday morning last Between Daylight and Sunrise a few Miles below Golconda one of the boilers of the steam boat Huntress burst by which four men were killed and four severely wounded. Among the killed is one of the engineers of the for the .t0urnal. I would beg leave to offer a few comments on the opinion Ofedge Parke in to Case of .q, a Man of color on the a Jain of Mosely delivered son ears since at Sam in tins a state. This opinion has been published in some of the newspapers of the state no doubt to give general information and As the discussion of some of the questions involved in it has been recently transferred to the newspapers i should Hope that those citizens of Indiana who May not be entirely satisfied with All the reasoning contained in that decision will to indulged in a of decorous expression of their sentiments upon the subject. The facts in that Caa emay be summed up in these words Duncan a citizen of Kentucky from whose executor Mosely derived his claim some few years before has decease being considerably embarrassed and apprehensive that his negroes would be seized and sold for the Benefit of his creditors sent Triem Ben included to Troy in this state to keep them out of the Way where they remained about three weeks. Upon this state of facts judge Parke held that Ben was entitled to his Freedom. The judge in this Case seems to have rested his opinion entirely upon our own Constitution which declares that there shall be neither slavery nor involuntary servitude in this state. The compact Between the people of the original states and this state the deductions necessarily arising fron the provisions of the Constitution of the u. States so far As they have any reference to the subject and the act of Congress respecting persons escaping from the service of their masters seem to have entered very slightly into the consideration of the Case. After acknowledging an intrinsic difficulty in fixing the just construction of the clause of our Constitution prohibiting slavery the judge remarks Quot should a person Migrate to this state and bring a slave with him he would be clearly within the inhibition of the Constitution and the residence of an hour would be As effectual in emancipating his slave As a or or ten years. Should a resident of an adjoining state Send his slave to cultivate a farm he might have in this state it would amount to a a violation of the Constitution and his slave would become free Quot the reason of this As expressed by the judge himself is Quot that a person whilst residing in another state cannot claim the exercise of it privilege which by the Constitution is denied to our own citizens and from which it would teem to follow says the judge a that any employment of a slave in this state for the Benej Fil however Small and whether Pec Vailary or otherwise of the master is prohibit Quot i have no fault to find with this part of his Honor s opinion. I believe it to be essentially Correct. But How the positions Here assumed Are to be reconciled with some other parts of the same decision i am totally at a loss to determine. Speaking of the privileges and immunities of the citizens of other states he goes by Quot Are reserved to the states respectively or to the there certainly does exist a reciprocal obligation binding upon the Sev it ral states to respect the constitutional enactments and regulations of each other. It is equally certain that the Roe lations of each must be confined to its respective jurisdiction. Any attempt of one state to exercise Sovereign Power Avi thin the limits of another would amount to usurpation. If a citizen of Indiana enter the jurisdiction of Kentucky there is immediately an obligation Imos a upon him to respect her institutions and if he violate her Laws or set at Defiance her authority in any one particular he is no less a fit subject of punishment than if he had been a citizen of that state for forty years. In like manner if a citizen of Kentucky enter this state he is under he same obligation to respect our institutions and has no More right to set them at Defiance than one of our own citizens. An examination of the act of Congress will clearly Shew that the remedy there Given is intended Only to meet the Cut a Lesof fugitives escaping into a in of the states from other states where by the Laws of such states they owe service. No remedy is Given where the slave is brought into the state by the voluntary act of his master and the reason of this in obvious because Congress has no Power to provide such remedy. Their legislation must necessarily be confined to the Case of fugitives and the idea that a slave brought into the state by the voluntary act of his master May under any circumstances be considered As a fugitive who had from another a state within the meaning of the Constitution of the u. S. Or the act of Congress can never be indulged for one moment without a most palpable perversion of the meaning of the plainest words. The judge admits in this decision that the comprehensive nature of the terms used by the framers of the Constitution would seem to exclude the existence of slavery under any form or modification but infers that they Only intended to prohibit it so far As they had Power to act on the subject and not to violate the rights of citizens of other states and insists that the provision of the Constitution of the United states that Quot the citizens of each state shall be entitled to All the privileges and immunities of citizens in the several states secures to the citizens of the slave states the rights of slavery within this state. This is a most mistaken idea. The evident meaning of that provision is this that the citizens of each state shall be entitled in every other state to All the privileges of citizens of latter. This is the True construction. It violates no right of state sovereignty. Judge Parke s construction does because it makes the Laws of the slave states Paramount to the Constitution of Indiana within the jurisdiction of Indiana. The old system of confederation was defective on this head. The 4th article and the dissimilarity in the rules of naturalization produced precisely the result to which judge Parke has arrived by his reasoning upon this subject a result too which the framers of the cons Tiku Tion of the United states flattered themselves they had effectually guarded against by abandoning the confused language of the 4th article of confederation and by authorizing the general government to establish uniform rules of naturalization. Fed. No Xii. A citizen of Kentucky coming to Indiana cannot be deprived by our lairs of the privileges secured to our citizens. This provision of the Constitution of the United states guards him against proscription. It secures to him his rights but these rights Are to be estimated by the Standard of our Laws and not by any for eign Standard. It parcels out Justice to him by the same scale and the same weights used for citizens of this state. It places him in these respects upon an Equality with us but it does not elevate him above us. The notion of such a transient aristocracy possessing within our h mits privileges which Are not our privileges immunities which Are not our immunities is artists merchants mechanics the Progress of improvement distances from the seat of government and from other important Points their latitude Longitude amp a. The descriptions of Rivers and creeks will be somewhat general showing ther source and Confluence size length the face of the country through which they run navigable advantages amp a. It is deemed unnecessary to say much in relation to the importance and value of the proposed publication. Every person who will reflect a moment on the subject will be convinced of its Utility and will see the importance of patronizing it. Such works have been liberally patronized in Many of our sister states and it is pres United that there is no state in the a Ninn whose history population soil and natural advantages Are less understood than those of Indiana besides being interesting and valuable to All classes of the people such a work will add greatly to the character of the state abroad by developing in some measure the vast resources of the state her rapidly increasing population and her natural advantages. Accra Anding and attached to the gazetteer will be a map of the state on a Small scale but Sutlic gently Large to contain every thing of importance which can be found in maps of a larger size. The map shall be executed with the greatest possible accuracy. Every exertion will be used to make the work accurate and interesting being Well a Ware that much of its value will depend on the Indiana to wit Marion count. Marion circuit court March Terra 1830. Polly Bush is. It on a. Libel for a divorce. Jeremiah Bushwhereas on March 27,1830, the said complainant Polly Bush filed her libel in open court against the said Jeremiah Bush defendant setting Quot Forth that in May in the year 1819 or 1820, she was lawfully married to said Jeremiah in the state of Kentucky that afterwards in the year a the said Jeremi in abandoned her for Sally Chitman and other women unknown to said complainant with whom he continues unlawfully to cohabit leaving her with two Small children destitute of any Lineaus of support that she always treated said Jeremiah dutifully and prays the court to resolve the said marriage contract. And it appearing to the court by affidavit that the said Jeremiah Bush is not a re aident of this state notice is therefore hereby Given to the said Jeremiah of the Pendency of this complaint and that he appear before the said judges on the first Day of their next term at Indianapolis on the fourth monday in september next to answer thereto or the matters and things will be decreed against him in his absence. By order of the court. Tested a. Ray clerk. Fletcher amp Morrill solicitors for comply. 365 Jeffet Soti Mei Lieal College Quot i Jilie Jefferson medical College was Insi tut de in Philadelphia in 1825, and during its first session was endowed by an act of the legislature of Pennsylvania with Power to Confer degrees in Medicine and with All Tho privileges and prerogatives of similar ins Titu Quot tons in our own country and in Europe. Since its fou Dahou nearly 600 students have attended the rest Yective courses of lectures and of this number 145 from various sections of the United states Quot the Canadas West indies and Europe have been admitted to the degree of doctor of Medicine. The sixth session of the College will commence on the first monday of november next and it 18 believed under the most favourable auspices every obstacle to its future advancement having been removed and such measures adopted by the Board of trustees As will give a new impulse to the faculty. Amon these measures it is thought proper to specify , the appointment of professor Drake of Cincinnati to the chair of the prac tic e 01 Medicine. His reputation As a lecturer is acknowledged while his practical acquaintance with the diseases most prevalent in the Southern and Western sections four country in which a majority of the graduates in Medicine May be expected to locate themselves must greatly enhance the value of his instruction. The additions which have been made to the anatomical Cabinet with the facilities afforded for dissection and demonstration Are such As will Bear comparison with those of the oldest medical schools on this Side of the Atlantic. In All other respects it is confidently believed it is Dot surpassed by any of its sister inst tons with All of which As far As is known it is placed on a footing of perfect Equality a a course of lectures in one being held equivalent to a course on the same branches in every other. Tie alms House and Hospital of the City afford ample opportunities to the student of acquiring clinical instruction and hours Are appropriated to this purpose. An infirmary for the diseases of the Eye is also connected with the College under the direction of tie professor of surgery who will operate in the presence of the class where this is practicable. The following is the organization of Tho medical faculty a Viz .>5nafoot2/-by . Materia Mudica and obstetrics by John Eberlem. D. chemistry a by Jacob Green m. D. Theory and practice of Medine i Daniel Drake. D. A Wrom a but Geo. Mcclellan m. D. Institutes of Medicine medical Jun prudence and the diseases of women and children a a a b. Rush Rhees m. D. The fee for attendance on each course is 15 dollars or 90 dollars for All the courses. The graduation fee is 15 dollars and no other charge is made either on matriculation or subsequently. The whole expense is therefore less than 200 dollars for the two full courses required by Law to entitle the student to graduation. One of these at least roust to attended in this institution and it is further required that tha candidate shall have studied three years inclusive of the terms of attendance on the lectures under the direction of a respectable practitioner of Medicine a that he shall be a list of a Etta Etc remaining in the Post office at Greentwenty one years of age and having of present Castle ind. On the first of april 1830. De a thesis on some medical subject shall give which if not taken out within three months will satisfactory evidence of his qualifications on an be sent to the general Post office As dead let ters. A Austin Daniel Allin James apes Jonathan Anderson Thos r. Arnold Willis b Britten John m. Brackney Eli Brothers Joseph Burk Samuel Bierly Andrew Burnsides Walter Batman Thomas Bird Stephen Brown Bently Breeding Elizabeth Batman Samuel 2 Brunston Orrin Wbrown Mildred Ann Brown Samuel Boll Hiram of Barnard Thomas Brackney Hudson correctness with which the descriptions Are Ginly Fiji Quot Ven. It will be printed on Good paper with Seshan typographical neatness and accuracy and will contain about 200 pages duo Decimo with substantial binding. The Price to subscribers will be one Dollar per copy payable on the delivery of the work. Twenty five per cent on the subscription Price Ivill be added to non sub criers. Douglass amp Maguire. Indianapolis april 19, 1830. 0 5=editors of newspapers in this state Are requested to give the foregoing prospectus a few insertions and the favour will be reciprocated when an Opportunity is presented. Client to state that a citizen of one of those state coming into this state on a visit to his states or of this state. Ale of a Clisol Liana w in Shelby county a. Till be offered for Sale at the court House in Shelbyville Shelby county la. On the 17th Day of june next Between the hours of 10 o clock a. And 6 p. The following Section of land to wit Section. 16, in township 12, of Range 7 East. Said Section of land is situated on a handsome Stream of living water sufficiently Large for grist and saw Mills or machines of any description and Well timbered. The above Section will be sold subject to the encumbrances. C. . S. C. Shelbyville april 15th, 1830. 365 taken up by George a Lirley living on Buck Creek. Sugar Creek township Hancock county ind. Two strays one a dark Bay horse fourteen and a half hands High ten years old Blind in the left Eye a shoe on the right Hind foot a White spot on the Buck occasioned by the Saddle appraised to 22 dollars and 50 cents. The other a Light Bay filly two years old thirteen and a half hand High Long Tail no Marks or brands on either perceivable appraised to 22 dollars and 50.cedtb, by John Shirley and Benjamin panel. I certify the above to to a True copy from my est Ray Book. Ambrose Shirley j. P. April 17,1830.muir dues of the citizens of inner states be goes consistent with every View of Justice and pro on to say Quot for our present purpose it is sufi piety and wholly incompatible with a fair interpretation of the Constitution of the United friends or to View the country or to collect a debt or to pass through to another state accompanied by a slave would be entitled to the same Protection from our in is with respect to his servant that he would be in regard to it May be further insisted that the prohibition to the states of the Power to make regulations discharging from labour fugitives escaping herein from other states implies that without such prohibition the Power of making such Tye Loil Alibi. Having purchased a sufficient Quantity of new Type for the Publica Tipp of the statesman i will a Ell on very reasonable terms from 150 to 200 lbs of Small Pica Type about half worn. If carefully worked it will last and make a fair impression for four or five years. Any Printer desiring to establish himself in some of our new counties on a cheap scale would do himself of the Opportunity now afforded. Letters to the tub Scriber on this subject win i a porn ineptly attended to. M Gregg. ,.ind. March 30,1830 365 Benifield John c Crain Simeon Campbell Larkin r. Clinton Loper Uriah Coleman Abraham Cornwell William Curts Jacob Esq. Cooper William cram Simeon Celler John d Darr David Dilder John Duffield Chamer Dakes Ephram Denny Samuel Dickson Nathan Dickeson Rebecca e Evans John Ell Eburn Jacob Enson Thomas Evans John c. Evans Robert Evans Joseph f Fox James a Frank Andrev Foshier John g Goff Joseph Gunter Thomas Goodman Matthias Garst Peter c. Gregory John Goodrich Justice Galloway Daniel Gorham Alexander Gilmore James Gilman Henry h Hunter Spencer Harris John m. Hughs James 2 Hunter Charlee Hancock John 2 Haddon William Hill Elsey Hood Robin Hunter Henry Hawkins Mary Hubbard Johnjohnson Daniel 364 k Keller Henry Knizer Charles King Washington King John kurts Jacob l Lewis Israel Lewis Abraham m Mcachran i. W. Masey Samuel Miller Brese w. Morrison John Mckain Robert Miller Robert Mccoy David Mills William Mcquerry Daniel Monica Christopher Myers Archibald Martin William o Owens Thomas Owens James Ogle John ogles harmless p Parish Edward Pratt Thomas r. Pureeames priest Fielden q quintet Charles r Rogers Sarah Runyan Priscilla Rhodes James reel John Raburn Julian Roberts John Ramsey David Raines Walker 2 s Starback Benjamin Stockwell Jeremiah Shannon Samuel r. Smith John Shon Hirzler Daniel Sanders Jessee Slavens Ruben Sayler Godfrey Snirley William Smith Samuel Stewart James Sharp Spencer Shonk Evler Daniel Stockwell Michael Sinkler Joseph Sayre we. S. Sigler Dan. Col. Stephens Thomas t Tresner Philip Tinsley Thomas Thomas Enoch Taylor John capt. Tyler Able Thomas William w Wright Benin. 2 Walker Hiram Weller Hervy Warren Polly Welch Squire Wymer James Wright Robin Willis Jacob Wright Charlesl. H. Sands p. Examination by the faculty which takes place immediately after the close of each session. The annual commencements for conferring the degrees will not be delayed beyond the time requisite to Complete the examination that no unnecessary expense May be incurred by the student for Board this May be procured in Philadelphia at the rate of from two Ollars and fifty cents to four , in very respectable houses to which Tho janitor will furnish references without charges. Ten students Are by Law admitted gratuitously each session the sum of 20 dollars on being paid by each to meet the current expenses of the institution applications for the Benefit of this provision and All other communications to the faculty be Addre sed to Samuel Mcclellan m. D. Dean of the faculty at Tho Jefferson medical College loft near Walnut Street Philadelphia by order of the faculty. Samuel Mcclellan Dean. Philadelphia March 1830, 364 medical society. He members of the tenth medical District society of Indiana included in bar Tho iome Jennings Scott and Jefferson Countie a Are requested to meet in the town of Vernod on he 3d Day of May next. W. P. Kiser lec by. April 4th, it 30. 36� tot ale of exd Iange. The subscriber wishes to Exchange for property in Indianapolis or to sell 122 1-2 acres of land joining on thai South Side of the donation Indianapolis and extending from the Bluff Road to White River. The a an improvement on the place and the soil and situation Are Good. If a Sale is made the terms will be one third Cash and the balance May remain on mortgage during the lives of the subscriber and his wife and the survivor of them. Apply to Sam a g. Mitchell Indianapolis. Samuel Judah. Vincennes april 2,1830. 364a list of Liettie a remaining in the Post office at Shelbyville Indiana on the is Day of april 1830, which if not taken out previous to the is Day of july next will be sent to the general Post office As dead letters. A Kauble John Allen John Kirkpatrick Elijah Alexander David l Adams Isaac or Wolf Lewis William b Jesse Lemasters Richard Bishop Isaac Bassett nymphas2 Brown Thos Brown Mathew c Copeland a. Cutsinger Martin Crane James Chase Jumes m. Cornwell Thomas f Fields David French Daniel g Gwinn Samuel Greer John Glenn John h Hayman John Harmou John hand Joseph hand Enoch Hill Rev. John House Frederickjaco Theodore k Keith Oliver 364 Lyon Jacob m Mcclure Christopher Morrison Samuel Morgan Margaret Miller Jesse f. Montgomery John n Nichols Jamea Naie Polly o Lodinger George p portlock John s. R Robertson James Robertson William s a Smith Adam Scot Thos Surh Heury sheriff of Shelby co. T Tommas William Trisler Joseph w West Richard Wright Williamsom. O. Little p. Auxt. To Bxs amp co. Wish to contract for 100 cords of whiff Oak bark those who wish to Exchange bark for leather will please Call at their currying shop on was Hington Street. Indianapolis 6th april 1830. 363 a i

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