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Indianapolis Indiana Journal (Newspaper) - November 24, 1830, Indianapolis, Indiana Autumn Woods. By buoyant. Ere in the Northern Gale the summer tresses of the Trees Are g one the Woods of Auti imn All around our Vale. Have put their glory on. The mountains that unfold in their wide sweep the coloured lands Cai e round some g groups of giant Kings in purple and in Gold that guard the enc hinted ground. I roam the Woods that Crown the Upland where the mingled splendours glow where the a company of Trees look Down on the Green Fields below. My Steps Are not alone in those Bright walks the Sweet Southwest at play plies rustling where the painted leaves Are Strown along the winding Way. And far in heaven the while the Pun that sends that Gale to wander Here. Pours out on the fair Earth his quiet smile a the sweetest of the year. Where now the solemn Shade verdure and gloom where Many branches meet so grateful when the noon of summer made the valleys sick with heat let in through All the Trees come the strange rays the Forest Depths Are Bright their sunny coloured foliage in the Breeze twinkles like beams of Light. The Rivulet late unseen. When bickering through the shrubs its Waters run. Shines with the image of its Golden screen. And glimmering of the Sun. But Neath Yon Crimson tree Lover to listening maid might breathe the i flame nor Mark within its Roseate canopy. Her Blush of Maiden shame. Of autumn Why so soon depart the hues that make thy forests glad thy gentle wind and thy fair sunny Moon and leave thee wild and sad. A there a lot too Blest forever in thy coloured shades to stray amidst the kisses of the soft South West to roam and dream for Aye. And leave the vain Low strife that make men made the tug for wealth and Power to c passions and the cares that Wither life Ami waste its Little hour. And herbage and nil the glorious things of summer Are departing there Are other Joys and other scenes in perspective. There Are the gatherings around the household fire the Long and pleasant evenings the song the merriment the glad thanksgiving the Christmas Ball i then too the Long Bright evenings of approaching Winter when he Earth is White with the Beautiful vestment of Snow when the whole heaven is Brilliant with stars and the Clear Moonlight casts the still Shalt Dows of the Skeleton Trees upon the White Lustre which surrounds Thom. Who at such a time does not love the Sleigh ride the merry joyous Aleigh ride who has not gazed until his eyes ached with the magnificence of the scene upon the Frost work of Winter when the Fine misty rain has become Frozen upon every visible object summer has nothing to compare with the simple scenery of Winter when Quot the Frost performs its silent ministry Ufi helped by any wind a when every Blade of grass and every Twig flashes like a living Diamond when every tree rises like a tall column of Silver and the branches Long tapering and leafless glow like the jewelry which lightened on the Eye of Aladdin in the Cave of the enchanter. The glory of the summer has gone by the Beautiful greenness has become withered and dead. Were this ail were there no associations of moral desolation of faded Hopes of hearts withering in the bosoms of the living connected with the decaying scenery around us we would not indulge in a moment s Mel Aii holy. The season of Flowers will come a gain the streams will flow gracefully and lightly As before the Trees will again toss their cumbrous Load of greenness to the sunlight and by Mossy Stone and winding Rivulet the Young blossoms will Start up As at the bidding of their fairy guardians. But the human heart has no change like that of nature. It has no second Spring time. Once blighted in its hour of freshness it wears forever after the quark of the spoiler. The Dews of aft action May fail and the gentle rain of sympathy be inv shed upon it but the sear Root of blighted feeling will never again Woken into life nor the crushed Flowers of Hope Hofsom with their wonted . Eng. Review. There is not Renia ining a vestige of jewish times and the Ery boundaries of the old City Are indisputable. The holy places and abundance of relics Are indeed Shewn but there is no proof or even probability of identity. They Shew however with exultation a Grot that was the residence of the Prophet Jeremiah and a shelf in the Rock that Ras Bis bed. A Hole is also exhibited where the same Prophet was kept by Zedekiah. A Stone i Shewn under which Solomon is buried the monks also Point out the House and the vary room where our lord was held in custody and where Peter denied him. They Shew also the Way that was traversed to the crucifixion. The holy sepulchre is supposed to lie under the Church of that name. This Church is thought to contain the Stone on which the Angel sat who announced the Resur faction to Mary Magdalen and others. The evangelist says that the sepulchre was hen ont of the Rock but it he present sarcophagus is a greek Marble. On mount Calvary the monks Shew the Bole made in the ground by the Cross itself and the rent made by the earthquake in the Rock. In this rent they say also that the head of Adam was found. The chasm however is genuine and runs in intricate windings to an unknown depth. There Are in Jerusalem few manufactures but of beads and relics and the Trade in these is thriving a cargoes Are sent to Italy Portugal and Spain. A Benediction is passed upon them in the Church of the holy sepulchre and this gives them their value or currency. There is nothing to give any importance to the City but the Mahometano and Christian pilgrims yet a Wall might be raised about it of the Bones of the zealots who died in Palestine to Rescue or to defend the holy sepulchre Ziemina t. , grateful for past favors informs his friends and the Public that he still continues to carry on the above business at his old stand a few feet South of Washington Street and one door East of Mccarty s store where the Public can be accommodated with almost every kind of work in his line of the Best materials and executed in a Workman like manner. Persons wishing any description of furniture can be accommodated As Low for Cash As at any other shop in town. September 1st, 18i30. 384sale of school land in Marion county la. I will offer for Sale at the Cour a House door in Indianapolis on monday the Jird Day of january next the school Section in township not. Seventeen Range two. The division of said Section and the minimum prices Ali cd by the trustees will be made known on the Day of Sale. Sale Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M. And 4 o clock p. M. Of said . John m. Frazee c. S. L. Oct. 27, 1830. The Indian summer. The Oris Jin of this designation of a particular season of the year is known doubtless to most of your readers As the cause which produces that temperate and Smoky state of the atmosphere which characterises it. But to some nether the one or the other May be known. By your leave i will explain both and in doing 80, i shall be doing no More than repeating what has Biden written before. The Indian summer is so called because at the particular period oath Yearin which it obtains tic indians break ii their Village communities and co to the Interior to prepare for an absent Man there afe few that have paid any attention to the finance of England but must have heard of or. Robert Hamilton s essay on the National debt which fell on the houses of Paglia ment like a bombs Liell or Rathor which lose and illuminated their darkness like an Orient 8ud. There Are other a stings of his too in which one know not which to Admire the profound and accurate science the Beautiful or a augment or the Clear expression and yet this must profound and Clear headed philosophic thinker and most amiable of men became 80 completely absorbed in his own reflections As to Hise the perception of external things and almost that of i own identity and Chis tence. In Public the Man a visa Shadow. He Puli a Oil Quot his hat to his own wife in the streets and apologized fur not having the pleasure of her acquaintance went to his classes in the Cut it allege on the dark mornings with one of her White stockings on the one leg and one of his own Black ones on the other often spent the whole time of the meeting in moving from the table the hats of the students which they As constantly returned sometimes invited them to Call on him and he then fined them for com ing to iseult him. To would Tun against a cow in the Road turn round beg her Pardon Quot Madam Quot and Hope she was Liot Hurt. At other times he would Ruu against pots and chide them for not getting out of his Way and yet his conversation at the same time if any body Hai end to be with him was perfect to i in and perfect music. A volume might by a Illel a Vith anecdotes of this no liable and excl their Winter Hunting. This season seems to Lent Man All tending to prove How wide the Dis Mark a dividing line Between the heat of sum Juer and the cold of Winter and is from its mildness suited to these migrations. Hence its title or designation Indian summer or the seas iii of pm Erate weather of which the indians Avail themselves to set out in search of Winsor Hunting grounds. The cause is the slow combustion of the leaves and other vegetable matter of the boundless find interminable forests of the West. To auction ii Between first rate thought and that merely animal use of tie organs of sense which prevents a gifted mortals from walking into Wells. The fish Market at Aberdeen is still where it used to be near the Dee and has a a a Tream passing through it that Falls into that River. The doctor one Day marched into the place where he was attracted by a curiously figured Stone in a stack of chimneys. He advanced towards it till he was Tutor Rupton by mar. E. Foster respectfully informs the Public that he has permanently located himself in this Pic i and intends carrying on the above in siness together with that of watches ind clocks repaired by iii will be done As neat and warranted to perform As Well those repaired in Cincinnati or Louisville and at the same prices. Watches sent to him from a distance to be repaired will be punctually attended to and forwarded by the first Gaff conveyance. He intends keeping constantly on hand an assortment of jewelry and silverware which will be disposed of cheap for Cash. Indianapolis october 13, 1830.notice. Having rented my tavern stand for a term of years and contemplate removing from this country 1 shall expose to Sale on thursday the 25th of the present month a variety of cattle and hogs and perhaps horses also a Fielli of Corn in Small lots to suit Pur Chii Sers. A credit of twelve months will be Given on All sums Over two dollars by giving Bond and approved Security under that sum Cash will be required in hand. Sale will commence at ii o clock a. M. John Hawkins. Indianapolis. Nov. 9,1830. 394va1.uab1.e land for . The As agent for Lewis h. Or iii of Gali Airt county Kentucky offers for Sale a valuable tract of land on the Michi Gan or Lawrence Burgh Road six and Fri half Miles South exist of Indianapolis contain in z to Acoss which the Timber or thirty acres is deadened and some other improvements made. 1 he terms will be made known on application to Lewis o Neal 8 Miless. E. Of Indianapolis. October 27. 392 ale of cd ool Quot Lamaas in Johnson coun l a ind. I will offer for Sale at the court Honse door in f Ranklin on monday the 6th Day of december next the school Section in township no. 11, Range 5. The division of Taid Section and the minimum prices affixed by the trustees will be made known on the Day of Sale. Sale Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M. And 4 o clock p. M of said Day. Pierson Murphey a. S. L. Oct. 7th, 1830. 390plbmc notice. The undersigned has been appointed administer matrix on the estate of John Richardson dec d. The estate is believed to be solvent. She will proceed at the residence of the dec d. On the first Day of december next to sell All the personal property of the dec d. On a credit of twelve months on All sums Over three dollars. The property consists of horses cows of a shool viands in Putnam county ind. I will offer for Sale at the court House door in Greencastle on saturday the 25th Day of december nest the school Section in township no. 13, North of ranges West. The division of said Section and the minimum Price affixed by the trustees will be made known on the Day of Sale. Sale Between the hours of 10 o clock a. M. And 4 p. M. Of said Dav. 391 Amos Robertson com. Those who at this particular season of the however he year have one rated those forests know All a-1 twin lord a Basket into the Stream Ard the wish to t it. To the feet the heat is quite sensible contain re were Spet Fly borne to ascending Vapour warm every thing a Ards their native element. The Viz Uge of the it embraces and spreading out in the a Quot stantly in lightning and her voice Jno sphere fills the circuit Quot of the heavens with a Sunder but the object o her Wrath was its Peculiar a it at smokiness. A a a Quot Quot i the the Tim 3 has been when this season has a Quot med go stick been More definitely marked with a than it a a to Quot a cooled brought a crowd that filled Tiow is. This Chance is owing in part and p Quot a a Philo Ophir turned not from chiefly to the Clearing of our country. There a Quot a Quot a Evvard Medit it ions on arc fewer leaves now in our immediate bar. Woman s breath held Dors and Lew Vee table material than former i to rave and he kept his in by hence there is loss Vapour and less warmth. A v t Quot Quot a a but when that be an to fail and then again there has always As now been in the violence olt her nets moved not one muscle tii a it front i ars less or More of this Vapour. 1 a no Shes Ciz this variable Ness in Rifle rent years is of the breast and veiling in an Effort Casio Ned by the sudden or less Active Adan of despair Quot speak to me or i la burst Quot Sank yes of Vinter if the frosts come in Quick sue a ale of Complete exhaustion and cession and with seventy and continue until Winter exerts its Way there will be Little or no Indian is Immorm because the materials the leaves amp a become Frozen by them and this generation of heat is stooped. But if the frosts Are gradual and the autumn advances mildly into Winter the Indian summer is prolonged. In some years we have no Indian summer. Its absence May be attributed to the first of these causes in other years it is distinctly marked before she had recovered the doctor ? reverie was Over and he had taken hic de Paitie. Palestine. The modern traveller gives an account of Palestine that unhappy country which has enjoyed or suffer Ltd All the Good or ill fori line that is found Between two ext renies of a Ither the kingdom of David the most honoured and holy Section of the Earth is now shrunk to a Small who Quot it is so it Ray be attributed to the other. I tract which is governed by the Pasha of a we have this Indian summer now. And j Mascus. The territory is loss than that of some 330w All the. Indian villages Are deserted the i american counties. The surface is various poles which during the Spring and summer j there Are Rocky desert Meadow Olive vere covered with the Birch bark Are stripped and pasture lands. Canaan is still character and those who lived in Thern Are wending their a ised As Quot flowing with milk and Honey Quot and ways up the River courses and Over the Moun-1 the Quot wild Honey Quot May he still United with the gains and Plains in search of the Best grounds locusts which Are eaten in Many parts of the to snare and trap the game. May every sue East. For the Benefit of those who would try Cess attend these Hunters and May god in the dish we Are enabled to stale that they Aro mercy to them so guide our Public councils As the Best esteemed when Fried with a Spridik to save them from becoming the victims of of Ling of Salt. Pression and from the destruction which there j there Are few streams in Palestine except is Foo much reason to fear lies in wait for their periodical torrents that pour Down from the overthrow As does the crouched lion for his Hills and the Jordan itself can hardly be called s adv. A rivet. Wells therefore Are valuable and in the scriptures they Are Many times mentioned. November. Quot quote Large reservoirs excavated and Wal it has been fashionable to stigmatize this t be Quot be of travellers and none but month As Quot the Saddest of the year Quot a season of gloom and Frost a time for suicide and the Blue devils. To a a villainous abuse of Ono of the Cleverest Nymat h8 among the twelve sister. True november has not the Light airy Beauty of May nor the a Oft Uoss and voluptuous Charm of june but there is an honest and familiar frankness in her coining which Render her uncouth and rude As she May he an agreeable visitant. She is like the buxom fair Onu of the bygone Timos four grandmothers a with her Treece unadorned and with u homely garb but with a kindly spirit k. A warm heart. November is after All a pleasant was he Flowers Are dying Ono after another Frost like a vog etame pistil Cnoc pa83�8 of them what i the Leav Sefo Wither and Wear for a time the yellow and sickly Hue of decay and then full with every breathing of the wind like wearied Birds stricken Down from Lhoir resting place.? what if a change Doet come Oyer the things which we have loved when we know that it is hit change this shifting aspect of the Sensone a this variety of nature which makes the world he Aati Ful Abd beloved if Flower and Leaf the Pasha has a pump of his own. Jerusalem is described As a Small walled town looking like the confused monuments of a cemetery in the desert. Tho state of society is upon m Par with the exterior of the City. A few wild arabs turks miserable jews and not More Happy christians compose the inhabitants. There Are a few commit cities of monks who still linger round the lomb of Tho Saviour and a self devoted band of jews still watches amid pillage and peril Tho coming of a King and the re building of the Temple. This Leople is inflexible ii it their Faith a Quot stiff necked they instruct their children in the inst Erie of their Faith so that a youth will freely offer Bis neck to the Smyrne Tarifi be the instrument of martyrdom this is but passive courage for not one of them would strike a blow for civil Liberty or the re it Dresti of his grievous wrong. Of Jerusalem a late tra Voller re turks that it has not one 8ym/>toro of either Quot Commerce Comfort or it is of course not favourable o emigration though there Are always some late arrivals of Spanish and italian monks. The Topography of Jerusalem to obscure loan Orrick Indiana , september 22.1830, on saturday Thi 4lh it Lay of december next bilt Ween the hours of 10, a m. And 4, p. M Thi re will be Soho for Ca h in hand at the court House door in Indianapolis the following Ilehr ibid lauds or Kouiuch thereof As will pay the principal Ami Craigi s against them Rise South twist quart r of St option 30. In township 9, of a wigs 2 we act in Franklin county , n part of the n. E. Or. Of Sec. 29, town. 9, Range 2, in said county bout did As follows to wit beginning at the s. Vav. Corner of said Quarter thence n. 5 dog refs w. 24 plus Iti to get South Side of front Street in Brookville Phonco n. 85 dog. E. 2 poles thence n. 5 dog. Vav6 1 2 poles the a 79 . E 12 to a Hickory tree inc tick s. 25 leg. E. 31 poles thence 8, 85 drug. W. 20 poles to the tie ginning containing three acres and seventy poles also in lots in Hook Villa Laid off by John Allen nos. 6 and 5 also the following tract of land adj iii ing said town containing six acres Inri 85 poles begin Tungat Mill Street so As to include a stable built by one Titus thence n 85 1-4 dog. E. 5 poles thence 3. 33 1-4 do g. E. 34 poles and one tenth thence s. 62 i g. A. 29 poles thence s. 25 Deg. E. 21 i 2 files Ali Ericc s. Deg. W. With the line bet Cwi Arnos Buth Rand said John Allen 16 i -2 , thence n. 25 Deg. W. 32 poles thence n 85dcg. E. So As to bound on Tho s. Side of lots nos. 5 and 6,25 and 7-Ioth , thence n. 6 Deg. A with Mill Street 32 1-4 poles to the beginning. Mortgaged by James Noble for $500�?chargcs ,4. I,00. Also the s. E or. And the e. Hal of the n. Eur of Section no. 30, and fractional pc. No. 29, of town. 6, South of Range 4 West in Spencer county cot Laining 366 acres and 80 hundredths. A Flor traced by Daniel s. Lane for �500�?charges $34,00. If said land will not sell for As much ready Money As will pay said principal and charges the Suprin Tonden will buy the same for Tho Benefit of the Indiana College and immediately if possible or at any time thereafter will said land to the highest bidder the bid being equal to the amount due on a credit of five years the interest to be paid annually in Hirv Ince and the land to forfeit immediately if said principal or interest or either of them she a not be punctually paid according to the terms of Auch Sale. Samuel Merrill sup. State of Indiana Hamilton co. Taken up by James masters Livinio in White River township a Bay horse eight years old a White strip in the forehead right Hind foot White one Saddle Mark the upper part of Tho right Eye lid Cut or bit off about 15 hand High appraised to $50 00 by George shirts and John d. Cottingham on the 23rd Day of october 1830. At Quot Rii copy. Ir394 fran Cis b. Cogswell j. R. Six a fits r1 Ward. Runaway from the subscriber on the 4th ins an indented apprentice named be27r7 Wabl be about 18 years old and Small o Bis age. All persons Areca Tineil not tri Harbour or Trust said boy on my account. No of Harts will be paid for a Tuin Ingham. Isaac Kinder. Indict Napolis nov.5, in 1364 oxen Young cattle a Wagon amp a. Amp a. H Vonnah Richardson adm x. Nov. 4. 1830. 11394 entertainment. A he subscriber wishes to inform the Public that he has opened a Home of on the National Road about t it a Miles Oast of Indianapolis where All who pleas to favor him with a Call shall Beacco Romoda Ted in the Best possible manner. His charge shall always be reasonable. All favors will be thankfully received. John pager. October 1830. 392taii.oring. The undersigned has lately moved from the state of Kentucky and will commence the above business 7 Miles North of Indianapolis near Squire Bacons where the Public can be supplied with All manner of tailoring neatly executed and warranted to fit. He a made arrangements to have the latest fashion from Philadelphia. He will take All kinds of country produce for his work. He has also 400 doxx.ai51s-Worth of superfine Broad cloths lately from Philadelphia which he will sell Low for Cash also trimmings of the Best Quality. The Public Are invited to see his cloth and examine his work. Alexander Culbertson. Oct. 16, 1830. 391forfeited lots for Sale. He following lots will be offered for Sale if not paid before at the court House. Indianapolis Between the hours of 12 and 2 o clock on saturday the 1st of Jaii Paryj 1831-. Lot 9 Square 69 69 69 61 426970 46 in 7 a 8 a i Quot. 1 a a a 7 in a 5 a to 5 f a 6 i october 25lh, 1830. E. Sharpe agent. 392medical. Society. A meeting of the Chen that Miebi Ciki a of ii to which is included in the hounds of the counties of she lbs Hamilton Johnson Hendricks Antl Marion will be held at , on tuesday the 7th of next december Tigre each to a previous adjournment. A Dunlap Sec y. Nov. 3, 1830. 393takh notice. All those who have claims against the estate of Lewis Bishop dec d. Will please to Lay them in immediately for said estate is insolvent and the Dinini tratto claims the settlement As such. John Foster Agni r. Johnson co. La nov.5. 18j0. T394qucen san a Cna Waire no. 5, commercial Row cinc Innar. The subscriber has now open for Sale a very extensive assortment of ear then and China w re for the Trade import Eil direct from the manufacturers England a will pack assorted orders at the most reduced Market rates. Re Ebert Lawrence. October. 3ni-3t All persons indebted to Uusi a i Ftp Ike dou0ai> Are respectfully i Iguest de to Call and Settle their accounts by Cash or note. The business of the firm is such of requires immediate settlement and those neglecting to make arrangements by the 20th of december next will find their accounts in the amp hands of a proper of cer for collection. October 21, 1830. 382 proposals por publishing by subscription a Gaz Btty or Avex a Skap of the state of Indiana. Having purchased the copy right of or Scott s Quot Indiana gazetteer Quot we propose to publish As Early As practicable a gazetteer of the state which will be on the usual plan of works of this kind and will embrace among other things a description of the counties towns lakes Rivers creeks roads it Fec the descriptions of counties will slow their situation time of organization extent Boun Dary Quality of soil water privileges amount of population number and character Church is and schools it to. The descriptions of will embrace their location the whole number of inhabitants the number of professional men 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 their 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 Jorson who will reflect a moment on the subject will be convinced of its Utility and will see the importance of patronizing it. Such works Hugo been liberally patronized in Many four sister states and it is presumed that there is no state in the Union whose history population soil and natural advantages Are less understood than those of Indiana. Ile sides being interesting and valuable to All classes of the f eople such a work will add greatly to the character of the state abroad by developing in set Mie measure the vast resources of the state her rapidly increasing population and her natural advantages. Accompanying and attached to the gazetteer will be a map of the state on a Small scale but sufficiently Large to contain every thing of importance which can be found in maps Ofa 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 correctness with which the descriptions Are Given. It will be printed on Good paper with 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 ent. On the Suberi Tion Price will be added to non subscribers. Douglass amp Maguire. Indianapolis april 19, 1830. Or editors of newspapers in this state Are requested to give the foregoing prospectus a few insertions and the favour will be re cipro a it in l Ivoti. In Opportunity is presented. Taken up by James Epperson of Decatur township Marion county la. A sorrel Mare mixed with White hairs three White feet n Star in her forehead snip on the end of the nose under lip White Light mane and Tail sixteen hands High shod before supposed to be nine years old last Spring appraised to 55 dollars. Also one other dark Bay Mare Crest fallen supposed to be seven years old last Spring shod before no other Marks or brands perceivable appraised to 35 dollars by Noah Kek Lum and William Kenworthy. Quot a certify the above to be a Truh Cony from my stray Book Joseph Beeler j. P. November 51 a \830. 395 taken up by George Walter jiving in Jackson township Boogie county ind. One stray Mare a Blue Roan about fifteen hands i High a Pale Star in her forehead supposed to be ten 1 ears old a Small Saddle spot on her Back a Short tale no other brands perceivable apr a raised to 28 dollars by Thomas Turner Ami Elijah Spencer. A True copy from my stray Book. William Walter a p. Taken up by Reed of Quot Decatur township Clarion county la a Brown Bay horse., fifteen hands High a Small snip or the end of the nose has been burned for the pole evil Crest fallen., about thirteen or fourteen years old no other Marks or brands perceive Alilce Jip praised to 20 dollars by James Epperson and Jere Hawkins i certify Tho above to Ben True copy from my stray Book. Joseph Beedell .1. P october 26th, 183u. Ij95 taken up by William Reynolds in Monroe township More Gan county on the 25th of october 1830, a Black horse fourteen and a half hands High shod before both Hind feet Whitey. Some Saddle Marks on the near Side with a Star in his forehead Sui Post a o be Twenty years old no other Marks perceivable a raised to 8 dollars by Daniel Beals and Ira Hadley. A True copy fran a Eft rav Book. Gideon j Oil i son. J p. November 6th, 1830. Ir395 taken up by Joseph Thorry Burg Livine in Stony Creek township Randolf h county la. On the 8th of october 1830, a Browin horse supposed to to Abnot fifteen years old near fifteen hired a Lizeh hit left Hind foot White some Saddle Marks a dim Star and a nip. Had on n Bell buckled on with an old leather Collar no Otheir Marks or brands perceivable Nepf a tired to fifteen dollars by Daniil Vestal and John Clevin Ger. I certify the above to be n True copy from my Vitray Book. "395 George w Smithson j. P. Printing of. Very description neatly not i Dono a i this of a a

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