Mckean Yeoman in Smethport, Pennsylvania
20 Feb 1847

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20 Feb 1847

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McKean Yeoman (Newspaper) - February 20, 1847, Smethport, PennsylvaniaProclamation in Divot in in m be common pie is i no. 5. Sept. Term 1316. J libel in divorce. Sarah a. Willcomb. By her next Friend 0. R. Bennett is. a i Tomb the named deft., a subpoena and an ans subpoena have been issued in the against 3 of and re turned Cal , you Are there lore hereby notified to appear at our next court of Fern Iron pleas in and Abr the county of in Kean to be Hou at , on . Jim the Twenty Sec Ond Day of Febert Ory , to answer Tho complaint of the said Sarah and cause if any you have Why a decree in accordance with Trio prayer of the said should not be made. Given my hand and Seal at s Beth port this 15th Day of january a. 18-17. I Miletus Ford so of. Commonwealth of of com c men pleas. M Kenn county is. J dec. T. Peter 3. In pursuance is. J. Of Ilie petition of Daniel Benson j j. S. Mann att y for Dema Jont tii3 court order a notice on Daniel a Chason late of Ceres township Ivi l mean county if but if dead to his and representatives to to and Apnar before our judges at Smethport the fourth Moa Day in feb Inry Neit to show cause of a certain Given by William Corbett and Dubois to Daniel Benson of cries Owna hip in add county for two pc res and one Hundred and Lifty perches of lard in said township of Ceres. Recorded in mortgage Book a Page 46 and dated the 18th Day of november 1836, mortgage remains unsatisfied on said record. Wherefore he said Peter b. Dydrick has Besought the to i. Rae Liport is published weekly sect Niport a Kean county Penn by i b. F. A. H. Cory. Advance if Jot paid within the year advertisements inserted for per Square the three first insertions 15 cts. For each Urtheil insertion. Figure work double Price. A considerable discount to yearly advertisers. V ail kinds of produce taken in payment the yen lector1 Tiu an Cai go Force 1 on Ken and Tho custom House. Esu rising from the cond of Tuo Secretary of l it Jred or. Poinsett Rhu Given Toj release to i mfr. Poinsett pronounce t f Lapiant and a Flatt Lions of the properly o zone on record. Schooner fair am re vessel Argio january 4th entry landed her and in part removed to town when the whole was seized by the mexican authorities and conf Admeto l and the mexican Consul a Fejt Munore after requested of his that t _ i ,1 tiers is a Toi for the Yeoman. I to fact Speaks of heaven. Grant him a remedy in such Case m Ide and provided by the statute he having averred that Tho Purchase Money is All paid. You the said Daniel Denson if living and if dead you the said he Iris of Daniel Benson and All other persons notified to appear accordingly. Witness the Kon. A. It Calmont president of our said court at Smith port 29th december 1846. Pill Letus Ford sheriff s office smell port Jan. Udes i t in peace to the Hon. Of Quarter sessions of the the con he null Teca. Ile petition of Sabinas Walker respectfully Showell that your Petitioner occupies a commanding House. Situated in the township of Bradford on the Road leading from Smethport to Ellicottville via. Tuning want Creek Secer nent and Vicat Valley which is Well calculated for a Public House of entertainment and from its neighbor Hood and situation is suitable As Well As necessary for the accommodation of the e Public and the entertainment of 53id nature s scenes in Active life by Zeph tvs wooed or raid surges Roar or bail tvs , there a a voice that Speaks of he Aven. In Spring j Clown or Early year when nought of life with sorrow s Woven when music Sweetis Jutes thai ear in Joju Lhatt Lisp of when youths untainted Niin s Are pure from tricked Tho to Vith anguish riven use All Iby Ukiu their hearts to lore in peace in Joy in Bliss to heaven. In summer Green or Man Coda Prim when All their care s to Busi less g Ven with wic. Enuf Scha that should be spent in Tho to of heaven sturdy forms heed Decsy be life attain ils dreary even v4 meekness Erot thy soul array then seek Tho shut Points to lie Aven. In autumn Sere of life s strange year thy to Nataie s open of May this Ever Wake thine 1 Here is a voice that Speaks of heaven. When Winter s grave Iby form d claim thy feelings chilled and almost Frozen if thus Hou St lived eth die the same with Joyful heart in Hope of heaven. Smethport feb. 1847. When Possession of by Armod body owl Picans. Of the re against this of proceedings Jato and the i thereupon a the Mathew go an4 of wolfed tech ipod on the mar Hughes claims for j to. James of the Steamer Hidalgo into the mexican service with a boat in a. Holy and Ousby treated and compelled to do it an for two claims repartition for break of up of his Bussa and false went. 1 i thus it a Clynis Ink Tan Ces of atrocity like time Cost tinted Poki to to firm Hafl Tho wan going on. Aho Wao taken pc of by the authorities and the mexican Flash his Tod. Or. Ellis then oar minister in Mexico demand 3d a re lease of the vessel to who by demand no inns War Hail been no. Vav in and Al Man Hall citizens of the United states m thu streets of i us i lji.1 Uttof Cetl vj1 1110 v _ i the property might be and tin Matamoras by in in mat fore3. Owner indemnified. Or. Vral Orts Malra in ask of Hern on Tho. Pic _ a n Liiva for the damages is ,t5j, ratted to be Ujj Tice of which v. As unde now edged by the mexican government. To lha demand of the minis str foil damages in this Cal the mexi to can government made evasive replies and made no answer to hit note of the no an Ameri can a Kea of know out treatment at the rounds of the Alcado of Minoti Laii 0auazctialco, tie asserted the Abalde interested in a suit which against him by one of his creatures. Altercations occurring at Thi proceedings be o. I 11 Al i fore the Alcaide he was of he refused to cok to the fare they were cd ruined while a placed Olio House of Consul Oths attempt ing to escape was severely injured by it a capture id made to stand the american his inter Orenco i i the Seircy cd f the Consul himself and Iii Uch of his property stolen no. Tho Arr Ilcin citizens at 0 live requested a Man of might be sent for their Protection Lieut. Osborne with a boat s Crew from the Revenue Cutter jesters in them when he Wos arrested by the authorities carried Oit and exam Miil. On Liis return he Learned that ivs arc a had in arrested and held Abr a in gom tool it . Gurnet who Conni Ted Ilse outrages was removed by at and e the the supreme Gayer write at but was Ted Cut of the mexican Asp that was a matter of quest Iota the wafer its causes audits peosbcuti05s. We find in the Nef Hampshire Pat Eiran Gers and travellers. Judicial investigation Xci. Topaz Tho this vessel contracted. _ in t t cais-301-t 150 mexican soldiers Cromli Matamoras during the passage the master Atill mate were killed by the mexican officer and the View Wero forced to run the Vessal into an. Ahac. Here imprisoned on a charge of killing their i Captain and mate and attempts Trade by the officer above mentioned to make them confess to that crime. Then were iat 1 Asi fiber ated 01 their to be bound to their officers to serve them for Tince years. One of them subsequently escaped to the United states and testified to the above stated states that the mexican divided Captain s Money Between them. No. Schooner . G Flaherty in i j 331, by an i i d i Force. Leased had give Abr her value. Iri 1330, his vessel was again seized in in liberated Rafiei Antonn a into lond for hi-3 Vad related soon after the vessel Gnu the Captain confined in Cabin from whence was sent a a. Pro. To Tobasco. From this place where he had been confined incite on he was you still Ris a scr is or is Ozier very Laraja Mai ton cruelty and in die persons of american Tho following Are instances of what assert Samuel b. A citizen of the u. Tied in Mexico som i years since Anil of Quirand considerable property. Tha frivolous pretext he was seized and thrown into with the vilest criminals. A Rhile three additional Char gc3 fabricated against him he was loaded with Irons Poison Given him in Coffee and he endured the most unparalleled treatment from Ailer. Froni Aco Yacan where these barbarities Scro committed. Or in Vera Cruz and cast into a wet and Lizhy Dungeon in the Castle of Judi Deulloa. On his journey which was performed on a jackass he was compelled to support Tho heavy of his chains from which Resul Ted an incurable lioness. For these unparalleled outrages no redress has in received from Tho mexican gov ferment of Henry b. Hor ton. Alter Adam and James Ket h. The claimants seamen on Board tha am Ticon barque Roger having been discharged at Monterey California in 1840, were waiting for an Opportunity to return Home when they other Arnor icons were their Felonse but were a second time arrested robbed and cast into jail no cause for their commitment Ever having been Assignee no. To a Thompson he riot a detailed statement of the outrages perpetrated by the mexican authorities that he is Well provided with starting upon the persons and property of Citi Jar horses and All conveniences nebs Zens of the United states during those Eiry for the entertainment of strangers i Iod from 1817 to inclusive. I he and therefore respectfully statement is Madeux from documents Toavs the court to Grant him a License now on file in the. Department of state. Iko not air Riff do for to those of the cases occurring prior to december 2d 1837, will be found in a letter of the Hon. John Forsyth Secre tary of state to the president which was published with the annual message of that year. Of these cases embraced in the letter of or. Forsyth being fifty seven in we give the following As specimens of the rest ves Sel was boarded at Alvarado on the26th of August some Twenty men who rifled her of dollars in Spe Cie and of numerous other after threatening the life of the Captain wounding of the Crew they set o thinks he had 3 000 or 4000 dollars no. Schooner Harriet Elizabeth was stranded near Matagorda Iri while in this situation she was fired upon by a Crew and Passen to of keep an inn or Publick House of entertainment there Atid your petitioned will play Sabinas Walker. Bradford Jan. 4th 1847. J. We the undersigned citizens of the township of Bradford aforesaid being personally acquainted with Sabinas Walker the above named Petitioner and also having a knowledge of the House for which the License is prayed do hereby certify that such House is necessary to accommodate the Public v my v that he is a person of Good repute Tor i by cutting her Chain Ca _ .-1 a i n f i honesty and Temperance and that is Well provided with House room conveniences for lodging and a Madation of Sloan jeers and trave a therefore beg leave to recommend him for a License agreeably to his j on. Jamea e. Blair q. Hunt Sam Ltd i Bradly a Monu fret Man p. P. J. A u inc via Fiji a Iii. Us j ble which Anchor were lost. An the claim in this Case is for no 13, Brig of Phil Adelphia a double claim. This ves Ora Titi Sel in March touched at san Ner and her Captain Gers carried to matrix iras and imprisoned reparation Vas demanded by or Ellis in 1838, but has never been Gienty the mexican no. Brig Jana and four other vessels was detained at Matamo Ras in 1836, contrary to express treaty stipulations and Wheil reparation a s demanded the exc Fea rendered fir the outrage was that det Tain hostile ves Sels were cruising in those Waters and that the orders by the Jarie were retained were without authority from the supreme government. Iso reparation was however granted t.yn0, 1836. The Brig was seized at Tobasco on what ground not her Crew insulted and her Captain imprison amount claimed for the seizure of to Campec i y a into confine Merit. Capt. O f. Is entirely _ o the cause of these repeated and at no time any been ref Jirred against bit. Lie claims for the of lil property it was in reference j to Fly Enoa ses like these. A or car died i i pc a cd in the letter Fox Yth Jackson in 1837 in i used Tho following Ai u Coin a lie the length of time fuck Someon the inju1usj had been commit Jed the repeated and us availing application for the Wanton character of some of the outrages upon the property and persons of our citizens upon the officers an d i u a c of the United states inc Dent of recent insets u. This Grrce Mienl people lit the late extraordinary mex ican minister would justify in the eyes of All immediate War but the whole extent and enormity of we. Ether Thompson an Amer join Seaman was wrecked near san Bias in 183 j. In 1840 he twice arrested and thrown into cause Htit floor being assigned for his detention in Ether cose. After suffer ing the Moat cruel treatment he was re but found on his return to tha Farsi Ion Wlinich he had Laboured since Hia Shipwreck in 1338, that All his property had been taken from him no redress has Ever been granted by the mexican government. To. Of Isaac Graham Wei. Church Joseph l. Majors Charles and americans with fibres seized in California Whei 3 engaged in business in april the mexican authorities without Uny just Causa or provocation and into prison. From their my Morial to the department of state it of mexican insults and outrages had not then become known 16 the govern ment of the United states. Twelve and does malted. This vessel Larnard s. Foster Amo Shepard i5iji in. Tha officers of the custom House compelled the conveyance of her j 1_ _ cargo Itsuo univ j o Bern. It weit Stoi is and its re is i Ogle 1 age to Tho owners .1 i a. The a Over a mile to the custom House piment. The dam Vas estimated at the Sarie vessel entered the 6ftho acting Consul of the United states at Tobasco was summoned before the authorities in and publicly insulted and ill treated because he refused to legalize Ceraio documents the res Felt of which would be a defraud. J Schooner Aurora was stranded on the coast of Mexico in a part of the cargo was Lan appears that they had received the most barbarous treatment. After being con Voyed from one place to another in Tho lower hold of vessels and in six being confined to one bar of they were finally set at Liberty in the cily of Tepee without any reason being assigned by the mexican government for its outrageous proceedings against them. It also appears at the time of his the House of or. Graham was fired into and in specie plundered there from. No of a. C. Bredall of new the Schooner Lodi witha valuable cargo of lawful goods offence Dit ional cases occurring prior to Decem both belonging to or. Sailed Ber 1837, were afterwards made know n. From new Orleans in May 1838, bound from these we select the two following Fol. Matamoras in Mexico. On her a instances of the imprisonment and Mur-1 rival there without any allegation of Der of american citizens or riot emulated Eha no. Hughs widow of Hughs master of the Brig if n. Brig John the City of Tobasco in 1832, was boarded Ami captured by an armed Force on a pretext altogether unfounded. Capt. Hughes was knocked George lying was seized exposed landed and pillaged. After a Long detention the cargo and vessel was restored but the latter was so much injured by Worms Hec sails rigging and stores so much dam aged that she was. Obliged to run on Sho re on her passage Back to new Orlea ivs in Oune. Down cruelly beaten with the butt-end1 order to tho1 lives 01 the of the muskets of the boarding party and Crew. A total loss of the carried off and imprisoned and the car and cargo wast life consequence

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