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■:i CA'nDKIIX l^diRlklSR A ., > ^ _____ ____ . ■ . ' . •'• •• * * . AND G B B E N B COlfM'f'f BBPIJBIilCABf. 9 V \ C A T ^ K U i i i , (IT. Y . ) T H U R S ij A Y y F B S W ^ B I T ■v\ EDITED BY F A X O N , E L M O T T & G ATES. iA X O N & E L L I O T T , Proprietors. Fuhlished on Thursdays, opposite the Catskill Bank. TERMS. I. To village subscribers, receiving their papers by Cartiers, Two D ol M rs and F if - T i C ents , per annum. IT. To mail subscribers, TwP D oli ,A rs , payable half yearly in advance, unless secured through an agent. III. To subscribers, living at. a distance from (he village, who; receive their papers a t the office, Two D ollars per annum. IV. A liberal discount to po3trider.s,com> panics, &c. V. No papers will he discontinued (unless at the discretion of the pubfistter,^ tfiirir~^>- arrearages are paad. VI. All subscriptions for less than a year, ar ticulary bv mail must be paid in advance. A D V E R T I S E M E N T S , Will be conspicuously inserted the fi rst tinse for Jifti/ cents a square, and Iteenly-fice cents for each insertiin after. No advertisement will be inserted for any lengthof time, for less ■<than fifty cents. Ofiicial notices, (mopgages, sheriff’s and surrogate’s sales) charged fcccording to .the statute. Yearly advertisers will betiberally accom­ modated. All letters and communications must be post paid. PRIJVTIJNG. CARDS, CHECKS,HANDBILLS, BLANKS, &c. &c. Executed with neatness, accuracy' Sr expedition, 'X U S T RBCJErV B D , and for sale by N G. ELLIOTT, on reasonable terms, 1000 Pieties of Hanging Paper, of the latest importations, assorted patterns. Catskill, April 3, 1828 Paints, Oils, &c. &c. R&CE « s a s r AS.D. (H e a d of Main-Streef,) A ^ F E E R for sale, a good assortment, of V.F Paints, Paint Oil, Lamp Oil, Varnish, Glass, Putty, SfC. ^-c. which they will sell low Cor cash, or exchange for country produce. ALSO, A good assortment of Groceries and Provisions. Catskill, April ia, 1827. _______ 95 New Goods, VpYXiER & STIMSDN, grateful for the libe-^ JL rai patronage they have received the past\^ ‘summer, would inform (heir friends & the pub­ lic, that they have received a complete assort- ^ ment o f Ooods, which were purchased at the sale at a smalf advance.' Amoingthem will be found^-Blae, blK, §jl;een, drab ^ mixed broad­ cloths ; blue and mixed cassimeres & satinets; lion ^kin and kersey; a rich assortment of vest­ ings ; trimmings of all kinds ; Tartan plaid for cloaks; merino plaid, a newurticle for dresses; rich dark calicoes, common do. price Is to 2s 6d a yard; cassimere and silk shawls; dress fadkfsrmuslin caps and bands; worsted hosiery, 4, a great variety of other articles. DOMES­ TIC GOOD'S—-Fine 3-4 shirtings at 10 els; do. 4-4 very heavy at Is : plaids, bedticks and opt­ ion batting; cotton yarn & candle wick equally low. They have a large assortment of fur and wool hats, N York city majke; fur seal skin and cloth caps; men’s shoes and boots; women’s prunello, morocco & thick shoes; children’s dp. TIN WARE—A fnrg® assortment of pails, pans, teapots, lantlioru3,&c. HARDW.Al^^Nails, door bangings, knives and forks (very loW,) pen knives, moulding planes, augers, tea trays, looking glasses. Five wooden Clocks, war­ ranted time keepers. They always keep on hand first quality yonng hyson and hyson skin tea: coffee Is 6d ; chocolate Is per lb; rice, sugar, molasses, pepper^ spices and raisins (in their season.) Ground logwood,, nicaragua, redwood, copperas and indigo; window glass, lamp oil] pork, codfish and mackerel They intend to be regularly supplied wilh superfine wheat flour; rye do. and corn. They are fully confirmed in their plan of hav- ing no Kind of spirits sold or dranK about their premises ; and invite a. continuance oftbe pat­ ronage of all those who wish to see the use of them done away wi(h, & who would be pleas­ ed to trade in a quiet slorcj without being lia­ ble to be disturbed by rum drioKers. Hunter, No/. 17, 1828 79 French Burr Mill Stones. r i l H E subscribers have a consignment of ' X . warranted French Burr Mill Stones, from 4 feet to 4 feet 6 inches, which they will •ell at New-York prices. They will keep a snpply of this article at all times, and will at cthirty days notice, supply any one with such particular sizes as may be wanted. |( j ^ Bolling Clothe procured to any pattern, •hort notice. H. & P. WHITTELSEY. Deeds, Oct. 16, 1827. __________ : 22. Tobacco. T l lELL’S fine cut and smoking Tobacco, X I , by the barrel or larger quantity—also .Macaboy snuff by the jar, for sale at (he New-York prices, by AMOS CORNWALL, .^genf. Sept. 6. ___________ __________ CAIRO NURSERY. OAMUEL ad AMS, respectfully informs his old customers and the country at large, that he has taken much pains io selecting the most choice Apple Trees that have ever been intj;o- duced into the country.^ He now offers them at the reduced price (^jp.2,50 the hundred, at hi* old stand, at E. BliPihar’s. Large early harvest Apple, Ripe in July. Street Ao do in Sept. ! Yellow Sweeting do do in do i . . do do in October Esopus Spitzenburg do do in March 1 Seek no-turther do do in do| ' P r i e s t l y do ^do in do » N e w s j f c n g do do m do ' SiberiiUKab do do m do Winter Pearmatne 'd o do m do^ . Yanderveer do do in do_ Talman Sweeting do do in do t Fall Pippin do do in Sept. Large R. L Greening do do jn March Newtown Spitzenburg do do in do Jersey Sweeting do do-in April Green Pippin do do in dO English Russet do do *«• August ^ouse do do in March Swaar do do in do Stoutsbury Russet do do in July Roxbury Russet do do in June Winlf>r Pinnin do' dO in do W h o l e N o . 1291 ■f; ’ ' ' . - ,. FYi^sh ^.Groceries.:; ^ N E W C A N D L E F A q T O B Y , B R O A D I t R R E T , (AJe'to rods east of the tower end of Main-st.) CATSBXLZi. r i i H E Candle Factory, formerly at the head J . of the Street, is now removed to Broad- Street, where we are manafacturing iDould and dipped CANDLES, of all sorfs and sizes, to suit purchasers. The patronage of the village and its vicinity thus far has been gratefully re­ ceived—a continuance of the same custom is respectfully Solicited.- ’Merckants in the coun­ try, who have heretofore been suppljedr from New-Yorl^ will be furnished on the most fa­ vorable terms. C. TROWBRIDGE & Go. Oct. 23,1828. . \ -■ - 75 Tem p le of Pashioii, , P H T S B . C O L I iY E lt, Y ^ O U L D respectfully inform his J ^ a d s ▼ T Bnd former customers,^ that he Hhs re­ commenced the TAILORING BUSINESS upon his own hook,''^ at the stand directly opposite E. Hawley’s, where be will be glad to wait upon all who may feel disposed to fa­ vor him with their c.uslona ; and he flatters him­ self, that his work will be done in as neat, fashionable and durable manner, as that gene­ rally putoff»by his neighbors, as he intends acting as a/oreman.himse|f. He will keep a ting faitbfuliv ittended to. M iL I T A R T W ORK made according lo the statute. CatsTsiU, Sept. 25, 1828. 71 E A S E , D E S P A T C H jfc E L E G A N C E C O M B IN E D . ■m/TARTIN CROSS, Barber, would respect- fully inform his friends and the public generally, lhat'be has taken possession of his new end pledlantly situated sliop^opposite the Catskill Bank, where he will at -all times be found aLhome, and ready to .attend Jo those v\'ho may favor him with their custom. He has just received from New-York a large assortnieat of first rate Razors, which he war­ rants to out with ea^e—if not, they can be re­ turned. Hair Brushes, Combs, Soaps, Oils, fancy goods, and every other article usually found in such, establishments, all of which are warranted to be superior articles, manufactur­ ed for use, and noffor show. HAIR CUTTING in the newest style, and- SHAVING promptly attended to as usual. Catskill, August 14, 1828. 65 C A T S K ILL HOUSE. rriH E Proprietor of this es- X tablishment begs leave to tender his grateful acknowledg- __________ ments to his old acquaintance and custonirr?, for the friendly support they have heretofore rendered him. Having no black-leg, nor other pensioned or seryile run­ ners in his employ, to trumpet and election­ eer for him, it will be readily peVcfived, that, in order to merit and secure the .p,atronage of the public, he must depend upon his own exer­ tions to please and accommodate; and'he as­ sures, not only his old friends, &c. but the pub­ lic generally, that his most assiduous endeav­ ours shall not be wanting to render his guests comfortable, and to deserve their support in future. M. CROSWELL. Catskill, May 21,1828. 53tf For Sale. XO fTT7-HE subscriber offers for -X . sale.his Farm and Mills, in the town of Catskill, sefen miles west of the village, a very handi^me situation on a never failing stream. It is offered to suit the purchaser. His farm contains 70 acres, on which are good and almost new buildings—land very produc­ tive, and between 30 and 40 acres under good improvement, the remainder good wood land. His mills consist of Saw and Grist Mills; a first rate Carding Machine, Clothier’s Works com­ plete, with an Indigo Blue Vat. Also, a good Dwelling House and Shop with the last men­ tioned premises. He will sell it all together, or farm and mills separate, to suit the.pur­ chaser. An indisputable title will be given— and really a bargain for an enterprising man. JONAH SNYDER. Catskill, Aug.20,1828. 66tf flNHE Dwelling house and X lot containing one . ac|e of ground, now occupied by __________ ^ the subscriber, situated in the village of Catskill, in an elevated and airy situation. On. the premises is a. good barn, and a never failing spring of soft water, To a person wishing a pleasant and retired situa­ tion it cannot fail to please. ALSO t —His Blacksmith’s works, in .cpm- plete ordef, and an excellent stand for busL ness. The above property will be sold .on accom- mbdating tgrtts- For further particulars en­ quire of the sSfiscriber. JAMES DAVID. Catskill, Aflgust 23,1827. . |4 Window- Sash. riY H E subscribers have a guaiitity of wbll .X mzde Window Sash, with and without Glass, which they wish to dispose of on rea­ sonable tmms. . RACE & SHEPARD. Catskill, Jan. 24,1827. . ' 84 J. HOUCK, Jr. Attorney and Counsellor at Law, SCHOHARIE COURT-HOUSE. Dec. 22,1827. 33tf Ploughs, Castings, &c. HE subscribers, JI gents for the ffudson Air Furnace, will keep for __ ____ sale a supply of the various kinds of PLOUGH CAS flNGSaiid EXTRA SHARES, generally used in this and the ad­ joining counties. They have now on hand Shares for F owes , D otcher ’ s , R isa’s, C hamber IA iw ’ s and W eight ’ s Ploughs. Jenkins’ common No. 1, 1 1-2 & 3 1-2. Wood’s 3 A. 1 1-2 B. and 2 B. 1 1-2 D; 2 D. 2 1-2 D . & 3 1^2D They will also furnish all kinds of CAST INGS to order, delivered at Catskill .without any charge for transportation. PORTER & TAPPAN. S O D A C R A C K E R S y A NEW and useful article for invalids, and .A . highly recommended in cases of Dyspep­ sia, just received and for sale by IRA DUBOIS & CO. July 18,1828.' 61 DRUGGlSTS-rr.CJl TSKILL. A'YFFER wholesale and v X retail, on the lowest terms, at their new store^ nearlyopposite theoidstamK a'Jarge and general asso/i- ment of genuine’ DRUGS, MEDICTNES, AND c h e m ic a l s . PATENT MEDICINES, o f all kinds,war- ranted genuine. Spectacles and' Goggles Surgeonls instruments, lancets, &c. '\Apothe- cacries* and Confectioner’s glass furniture Wines'of every description; Ess. spruce Vials, bottles, corks, sponges, &c. Perliinae ry, soaps, tooth brushes, powders, &c. Paints, oils, gloss and painter’s articles Garden seeds, o f ail kinds Thermometers and Hydrometers A general assortment of DYE WOODS DYER’S and FULLER’S articles, of (he latest importations. N. B. All articles purchased at the above store, warrantedof’the firsfquality- 05= Country merchants will be supplied at very reduced prices. 95 ' August 3,1826. Equalled by fere—Surpassed bp ntine, FASH ION A B L E Hat Ware House. D .a r .U S T B R , Opposite T. ByCooke's hardware stor.e, Catskill, /X F F E R S for sale an \ X assortment of war­ ranted Water Proof HATS, of all kinds, at-wholesale and retail, cheap for cash or ap proved paper. He in­ tends to sell as much cheaper for cash as to pay the expenses of books, pen, ink, paper __ and time of a clerk and shoe leather, and the risk of bad debts—which will make a great discount. Those who have a little cash to spare, will find it to tfieir ad­ vantage to call at bis Ware House, where he' is constantly manufacturing Hats of the most approved style and fashion. All his Hats are made of the best material, and by the first rate workmen in the state, as he will employ none other, and are warranted to give satisfaction to the wearer, and keep their shape, wet or dry, equal to any manufactured in the state. A general assortment of Hatters’ Stock and Trimmings^ Which he will sell as low for cash asca'n be bought in New-York, deducting freight. [C/® Cash,and the highest price, paid fox all kinds of furs, Catskill, Feb. 22,1827. 88 H. W fLLARD, WATCH-MAKER ^ SILVER SMITH, (Nearly opposite the Post-Office, Main-street, AS just returned from New-York, with a new supply in addition to his former stock, making an exten. sive assortment of atti- __ cles in his line, viz: Watches, a great variety Gold Seals, Keys, Slides and Rings Gold finger rings, jewels and pibs A variety of silver and plated Spoons Also an assortment of m i i i r a A m T Clocks and Watches repaired as usual. 0:7= Cash paid for old Gold and Silver. Catskill, J uly 25,1828. 6S .. . 7'oixvand New. Orleans ;9uga.r j New Oriemi^Jend Eng. IslandMolasies j/Java and Cuba ; ChoCblate; 'N«tm6gr per; PimeplM Alftwi Cloves; keg and box -piMsins? Poland Starch ^.G^spa; Spanish Flole Indigo; Macaboy. mjd; Scotek Snuff and TfihacpQ, lor #tle by ^ > i 4* q * Catskill, ^ p t.1 % 1828. .. 7t Equity, Isaac D. V ^ Pidhek | TN'pa'r?uan#'l>f A de- W•/ I X «rVii order of tlifi -Rebtccd ^ofissfy otheri. 1 nhsjt of E qn% for the V, ■liibfe / ■—tbiyd circuitpf of New York),.imade in the above cause, will be innkeeper id f * ^ vills^ oTCoxlkckie, on Sainc- dky, the Iwe&i/ day nekt, at two o'clock in the efterdodn-^ARthat eertain jiiece or parcel onaodjsitp^te, lying and beingui the; to vvu of Baitlmorein the bounty of Greene\ aad slaji^of New^ York, and In a patent eom- Goeymans patent; beginningat ea«,corner of the forty two acre lot •of John Smilk, thence south nihe.degrees wdst. about twentyiight chains end fifty links to the lot line, thefide east along said tine about fifteen chains, thence north nine degrees east about twenty eigbtdh^’os and fifty.links, thence^wesl about fifteen chains to the place of beginning, containing tortpWo acres, be the same more, or less, Oaied Feb. 4,1829 « . CALEB D ay , . 6w90 Master in Chancery. In Equit)^, Third Circuit. Elisha Wii - O b g l, FOR SALE^ miles from liyer, containing ajmut fifty acres, of Dnd, two dwelling houses, for a tavern. Also 72. aems pf interval land, Greene, m . - tavern. Also 72.19038 pf interval — v. with a d (yelling bouse thertsoQ;. Also about -50 acres of . good wood land, .all adjoining the fortnef. Said ihts will Ibe sold together, or sdp- arateTyyfo .suit .the. purchaser. The land and the situation are commodioUiilyeiiqated for al­ most • any' kind of bnsiuess, tvbicb •'^purchaser could wish to jtufh hi.? .attention to. . ^ IVf ATTHIAB YANDENBUilGH. Goxsackie, .Dbc.Y9,1828. ’ •• 65tf T^O T IC F ,—iThe Stodkho and Coippany JLX of the Albkny and GreeneTurnpike Road, jyill anply at thVnext Seigimi of. the L^slg' '-fo-alter. ■^route in certain parts Ojf the said road, for the purpose.(Of fbumiing hills.. Alsn to proyide for the eoUeettons of Tolls in cases wliere no pro­ vision has been made by their act of incorpo­ ration, - Dec. S I, 1828. . 6w85 ‘ Leonard. 'deccal p Sf-others, eckand Be- T N pursuance of a X decretal order of the court of Equity fo/ the third circuit of (he state of New- York, made ip the above cause, (vill be sold un­ der the direi^ion of the subscriber at public auction, at the house of Joseph Hoyt, innkeep­ er in the vijliige of Coxsackie, on Saturday the twentYfirsi day of March nexti at trt^o o’clock in the arterhoon, a certain farm, situate, iving and being ih jiie town of Athens in the county of Greene afi^ state of New York, being part & parcel of the real estale wheCeof John M. Van Loo|i, foriifierly pf Athens aforesaid died seized, coi^istingfoft(Vp Ip'ts of land lying contigno.iis to eaph oihefVwhfcb lols on a partition made 'in the yearis20 of.thc estate of the said John M. Van Lpod deceased, pursuantto a commis­ sion out ojf tjie court of Chancery, were allot­ ted to the said'Rebecca, and are distinguished in the said (lartition as lot No. two and lot No. thirteen ;.(basaid lot No. two containing eighty three acresrk.ad the said .lot No. thirteen con­ taining fiye.afcr.es of land; which said lots are more fully de|pribed in the return of Leonard Bronk, V^illiaki Tolley & Abraham Van Dyck to the said oo|nmissibo, on file in the office of the Regi5ter\ court of Chancery in the city of ^l|irhy, as by reference’ thereto may more fuliyfeppeat*. Dated Feb. 4,1829 CALEB DAY; Master in Chancery. Notice, A PPLICATJON\ will be made fo-the Legls- x X . lature at their next session, for an act of, incoi-poration to construct a Turnpike Road, from the village of Durham, in the county of Greene, to Cooperstown, with a capital of forty thousand doliars.--Dated December'22, A. D. .1828. - W. H. AVRELL, > From Otsego LISHA FOOTE, 5 - County. PHILIP BEfiGH, Jr. ) From Scho-,' , DANIEL HAGER, < harie Go. THOMAS B. COOKE, > From' 6w86 JOHN ADAMvS, 5 Greene Co. 6w9d:.iFK T^O T ICE is hereby given, that the Trustees 4-A of the Village of Athens intend to apply to the Legislature of this State at their next Ses­ sion, for the purpose of having their act of in- \corporatibn (and the several acts amending the same) amended,sp as to authorise tho tristees of said villa^ for the time being, to licence such and so man^^Qf’the inhabitants of said village to keep-^ster ajad..victualing houses as the said trustee^ may ’deem expedient, within said vil­ lage, and to-suffer spirituous liquors to be sold and drank within the same and for other pur­ poses. . WM. TOLLEY, SefcVy. Dec. 29, 1828. 6 w 86 N|J0T1CE.-—An application will be made: to XX the Legislaturei of tliis State at iis present session, for the passage 0/ an act incorporating the Athenian Bqiik with a capita! of One Hun­ dred and Fifty Thousand Dollars, tb be located in the village, of Athens. ' January 1 5 ,1829- 6w88 BROOMS. doz. Wallingford Brooms, for sale by AMOS CORNWALL. Jan. 15. 87 COOPER & T B Y O N , AITD and to me directed and delivered against the goods and chattels, lands and tenements of Mo­ ses Northrop, I have seized and taken all that certain piece or parcel of land situate, lying and being in the town of Nevv-Baltimoie, in the county of Greene, and bounded generally as follows, viz; On the north by lands in the pos­ session of Charles McCarroll, on the east and south by Teunis Van Slyck, and on the west by Joshua^Armstrong, containing between two and three aCres. On the premises are a house and barn and a tan'yard, with the: usual oul houses. The right and title of Moses Nor­ throp to the above described premises I shalf expose .to sale at publick vendue, on the 20th day of March next, at teu. o’clock in the fore­ noon, at the hduse of Joseph HoytJn the town of Coxsackie. Dated February 6, 1829. 6w90 ________ PLATT ADAMS, Sheriff. ~y>Y virtue eff a writ of fieri facias issued out B ■ of the supreme court, to me directed and delivered against the goods and chattels, lands and tenements' of John Van Loan, Thomas Van Loan, John Huxford and James Barlow, and also, by virtue of several executions issued out of the Clerk’s office'of (he county of Greene on judgments rendered before Joel Bellamy, Esq. a Justice of the-Peace for said county, against the goods and chatties, lands and tene­ ments of Thomas Van Loan, I have seized and taken the fnllowingdescribed lands and premises situate in the town of Durham, to wit: All that certain piece or parcel of land bounded north by lands of Mlcah Pierce, on the east by hands of John Amie,on the south by the Catskill creek, and on the west by Walter Barlow, containing one hundred and thirty acres of land be the same more or less. The right, title and interest of the said John Van Loan, Thomas Van Loan, John Huxford and James Barlow, to the above described premises, I shall expose to sale at publicly vendue, on the 23d day of March .next, at ^o^dock in the afteihoon, at the Greene Coupty Hotel kept by William Van Bergen, in the village of Catskill.—Dated February 3,1829. 6w9Q SWJVE Y TUTTLE, late Sheriff. ■VT^HEREAS default has been made in the Y f payment of a certain sum of money, se­ cured by Indenture of Mortgage executed by Abraham Giling of the town of New Baltimore, In the county of Greene in the stale of New- York, to Asahel Brainard, late of the city and county of Albany deceased ; which said Mort­ gage Indenture bears date the eleventh day of May in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty live. Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a power contained in said Mortgage and of the statute in such case made and provided, the following described premises with the appertenunces, will be sold at public auction, at the court bouse in the vil­ lage of Catskill in the county of Greene afore­ said, fcn Saturday the fourteenth day of Feb­ ruary now next, at eleven o’clock in the fore­ noon of that day, viz ;—all that piece -and par­ cel of land situate, lying and being in (he town of Ne\v*Baltimore, county of Greene and state of New-York, bounded as follows viz:—begin- ningSta stake set in the ground on .the east side pf the turnpike, thence running east along Thonias C. Houghtaling’s land about one hun­ dred and fifty feet to the bank of Hudson’s riv­ er, thence south along said river one hundred feet; (hence west along Andrew A. Vander- zee’s land about one hundred and fifty feet to the turnpike road atoresaid, thence north, along saidi turnpike road one hundred feet to the place of beginning. Dated August 9th, 1828. LEONARD BRAINARD, Admin’r, &c. of A. Brainard deceased. ' W. W. D ooghertv , Atty. 6m65 ”~ONE CEPTT REWARD* X j AN AWAY from the subscriber on the 11th ^ inst, WILLIAM R. THOMPSON, an indented apprentice to the Tanning, Currying and Shoe Making business. All.persons are hereby forbid harboring, trusting or employing him under the pfenalty of the law*. OTIS B. WATTELS. Durham, Jan. 11, 1829. 4w88 CQMMISBION v M E R O H A NTSL ] I>ey--Streeli| July-14,1828. ______ - 6Jtf T B Y order of James Pinckney, Esq. a Com- C P missioner to perform certain duties of a Judge of the Supreme Court, Notice is hereby given to John M. Schuneman, now or late of the town of Athens in the County of Greene, an absconding or concealed debtor, and to all others whom it may concern, that on applica­ tion and due proof made to the said Commis­ sioner, pursuant to Jhe Act entitled “ An Act for relief against 'absconding and absent debt­ ors,” he hath directed all the estate of the said debtor in the county of Greene to be seized ; and that unless he returns and discharges his debts within' three months after this notice of such seizure, all the estate will be sold tor? the payment of his debts. Dated 29th Dec 1828. Po'WERs & D ay , Ally’s , . 3m85 |\|EFA ULT having been made in the pay* X ^ ment of a certain sum of money secured by indenture of mortgage bearing date the seven­ teenth day of June, -in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty-six,«xecu- te’d.b’y Jesse Benjamin and Rachel B. Clark, to John*Jewett-r-Notice is hereby given, that by virtue of a power in the said mortgage contain­ ed, pursuant to the statute in such case made and provided, the mortgaged premises, being all that certain tract, or lots of land, situate in the town of Coxsackie, county of Greene, and State of New-Yofk, known as lots No. (15 & 20,) fifteen and twenty, of the Glebe lands be­ longing to the Reformed Dutch Church of Cox­ sackie,—bounded west on lots No. (14 & 21,) fourteen and twenty one, south on the Coxsackie Turnpike, east on lots No. (16 & 19,) sixteen & nineteen, and north on a street,—containing in breadth sixty two feet each, and in length about two hundred and ten feet each, will be sold at publick vendue, at the house now occupied by John Bartlett in said Coxsackie, known ns the Steam Boat House, at the Landing, on the seo- ond day of July next, at twelve o’clock at noori. ~Dated this eighteenth day of December, one thousand eight hundred and tiventy eight. 6m85 JOHN JEWETT. By his agent, ISRAEL GIBBS-. ■M B Y-order of Edward Daley, Esq. a judge of XI# the court of common pleas in and for the .county Of Greene, notice is hereby given lo all the creditors ot John Traver, of the town of Durham, an insolvent debtor, to shew cause, if any (hey have, before the said judge at bis of­ fice in the village of Durham, on the 21sFday of March next, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon, why an assignment of the said insolvent’s estate should not be made, and his person be ex­ empted from imprisonment, pursuant to the act eiititled ** An act to abolish imprisonment fur debt.in certain cases,” passed April 7, 1819.— Dated Feb. 2, 1829 6\v90 D Y order of James Pinckney, E s q , a Com- X 3 missioner, &c., in and for the county of Greene, notice is hereby given tp all the creditors of Charles Penfield, of said county, an insol­ vent debtor, to show cause, if any they have, before the said commissioner, at his office in the village of Catskill, on the 23d day of March next, at ten o’clock in the forenoon, why an assignment should not be made for the benefit of all his creditorsy and he he disehargHd, pursu­ ant to the ac.t entitled * an act for giving relief in i B B Y virtue of a writ of fieri ^cias issued out -flip of the court of common pleas of the coun- of GreenZ'to me directed and delivered against the goods and chattels, lands and tenemeo.ts of William Van Orden,- Junior, J(haye seized and taken the ftillowing ^fcSfcribed. lands and tene- raenls situated in Lqyeridge’s Patent, la the, town of Catskill in the county of Greene, in which the said William Van Orden, Jun. has an undivided, interest, as derived’ from Egns^tm^ Orden deceased, by will, to wit: That cer­ tain farm occupied by Henry . Van Otdgn and bounded on the east by JHiidsonfs river, oqsjluj^ north by,lands of Benjamin Van Orden, William Wynkoop, on the west by lands'of Eg- k . natiu? Van Orden, and on the. south by land* . of - Egnatius Van --Orden, John 'Langandyck, !Raul Truinpboqrj and the^heiwbf Hezekiah Yah, , Orden, Also, one Wpbd lot-qn. the li'rn<;b;tpnf hUi, bounded'Dn'th'esonth.by lahdffof theheirf of Hezekiah Yim'Of4ei|i»ofl Ihe east hy lands of Jhi^Tium ppfmri^ that hovtli by lands of Jtmnv jfinjsahm and^aul%sV«nd'5obn Fiefo, andtottihe'wefct'hy’SaiidS of-jpersons unl^own. , Also, one swamp lot bounded on the east by Hudson’s river, on the north by flenry D.e Witt’s land, on the west by Benjamin Van Or- den’s land, onthe south, by lands of John Lang­ andyck. Also, one other swamp Tot bounded on the east by Hudson’s river, on the north hyr lands of WiJliani, lYynkoop, on the west, by Benjamin Van Orden’s lands, and on the south by lands of the heirs- of Hezekiah Van Ordeh. Also, a farm occupied by fijgnatius Van Orden, bounded oh (he east,b^river Hudson, on north and west by hands hanging to the heirs of Hezekiah, Yan Orden, Paul Trumpbour, and the farm hicupied hy Henry Van Orden, and lands of William Wynkoop, on the west by lanhs of Henry De Witt and John Langandyck, and on the south by a lane leading to Capt. Abm. Ppst and the said Post’s land :-.-AU the undivided right and title of the said* William Van Orden, Jan.'in and to the above described lands and tenements,! will expose to sale at publick ven­ due, on th9,23d day of March next, at II o’clock; A. .M. at.tlie Greene County Hotel kept by William Van Bergen, in the village of Catskill. Dated February 3,1829. 6w90 PLATT ADAMS, Sheriff. “O Y order of jarpei; Pfnehoey, Esq, a co X 3 missioner, m s. q^puce is Iioieby given to all the creditors of 3Mn S. Hicks, of Greene comity, an losolvenr debtor, to shew cause it any they have, before the said commission­ er at bis office, in tb^,village of Catskill, in the County of Greene, qn#he 25th day of March nexti at 10 o’cloc^in the forenoon, why an , assignment of the insolvent’s estate should not be made, and bis person be exempted from . imprisonment, pursuant to the act entitled “ An act to abolish imprisonment for debt in uertain cases,” passed April 7,1819. Dated F eb. 4,1829, _________________ 6w90 'T B Y order of Munson Buel, Esq. a judge of JL B the court of common pleas, in and for the eouiity of Greene, notice is hereby given to all the creditors of Loami Towner, of Lex­ ington, an insolvent debtor, to shew cause if any they have, before the said judge, at his of­ fice in the town of Lexington, on tbe 16th day of March next, at ten o’clock in the forenoon of (bat day, why an assignment of (he said in­ solvent’s estate should not be made for tbe bene­ fit of all bis creditors, and bis person beexempt fromJmpriSonment pursuant to tbe act entitled an act to abolish imprisonment for debt in certain cases,” passed April 7,1819. Dated January 16,1829. _________________ 6w88 B BY order of Munson Bnel, Esq. a judge of JL B the court of common pleas, in and for the county of Greene, notice is hereby given to all the creditors of Levy Francisi of Lexing­ ton, an insolvent debtor, to shew cause If any they have, before the said judge, at his office in the town of- Lexington, on tbe 10th day of March next, at ten o’clock in the forenoon of that day, why an assignment of tbe said insol­ vent’s estate should not be made for the bene­ fit of all his creditors, and his person be exempt from imprisonment pursuant to the act entitled “.an act to abolish imprisonment for debt in certain cases,” passed April 7, 1819. Dated January 15,1829. 6w88 com- \T B Y virtue of two writs of fieri faciai^asued ■ B out of the supreme court, and tc ^ e di­ rected against the goods and chatties, lands and tenements oiJohnM. Schuneman, I have seized and taken and shalLexpose to sale ou the 14th day of February next, at 11 o’clock A. M, at the House of William Van Bergen in the village of Catskill, all his right and title as one of the heirs of his Mother, Catharine Schuneman de­ ceased, and also as one of the devisees under (he will of his father M. G. Schuneman deceased, to that certain farm and (r.^ct of land, situate in the towns of Catskill and Athens ; bounded on the west by the Catskill Creek, on the north by the lands of Joseph More, John Schuneman and John Rouse,on the northeast by the lands of John Rouse, on the east by the brook called Derrickskillichie, and on the lands of John New­ kirk, Jacob M. Plank, Abraham.Van Valen, Weasel Salisbury, Henry Whittelsey or Mr. Trippy, and Samuel Fowks, on the south and south west by the Catskill Creek, containing about four hundred and seventy-five acres of land. Dec. 29, 1828. 6 w 85 SIDNEY TUTTLE, Sheriff. B BY order of William Tolley, Esq. a judge JL B of the'court of common pleas, in and for. the county of Greene, notice is hereby given (o all the creditors of Dudley Deming, an in­ solvent debtor, lo shew cause, if any ihey have, before thq said judge at his office in the village of Athens, on the 9th day of April next, at 10 o’clock in the forenoon, why an assignment of the said insolvent’s estate should not be made for the benefit of alibis creditors, and he be discharged pursuant to (he act entitled “ an afct to abolish imprisonment for debt in certain cases,’’ passed April 7, 1819. Dated January 21 1829. ' 10w88 B IY virtue of a writ of fieri facias issued out — ^ of the Supreme Court, an! to me directed against the goods and chattels, lands and tene­ ments of Elijah Kinnecut, I have seized and taken and shall expose to sale at public vendue, on the 2d day of March next, at two o’clock, P. M. afthe house of M. Croswell jn the vil­ lage of Catskill, all the right, title and interest of the said Elijnh Kinnecut to the following described land and premises, situate in the town of Coxsackie, to ivit; hounded north by lands of Robert Delamarter, west by lands of Eph­ raim Hoos, south by lands of Charles Traver, and east by lands of John Orbury and the road leading from Coxsackie to King’s Saw-mill, con­ taining about forty acres of land— Dated Jan­ uary 14,1829. SIDNEY TUTTLE, 6w87 late Sheriff. \PT#Y orderof Edward Daley, Esq. a jud^ge of X 3 the court of common pleas, in and for the county of Greene, notice is hereby given to all the creditors of David H. Cornwall, an insol­ vent debtor, to shew cause, if any they have, before the said Judge at the house of G. W. Merrick, in the (own of Durham in said county on the 15lli day of April next, at ten o’clock in the forenoon, why an assignment of the said insolvent’s estate should not be made for the benefit of ail his creditofs, and his person be exempted from imprisopment,.pur- snant to an act entitled “ an act tq abolish im­ prisonment for debt in certain cases,” passed April 7,1819. Dated Jan. 28,1829. 10w89 O Y order of Perkins King, Esq. a judge of IB the Court of common pleas, in and for the county of Greene, notice is hereby given to all tbe .creditors of Roswell Castle, of the town of Greenville in the said County, an in­ solvent debtor, to shew cause, if any they have, before the said judge at his office in the town of Greenville in said county on the 28th day March next, at ten q’clock in the forenoon, why an assignment of (he said insolvent’s es tale should not be made for the benefit of all his creditors, and his person be exempted from imprisonment, pursuant to the act entitled “ an act to abolish imprisonment for debt in cer­ tain cases,” parsed April 7, 1819, Dated Jan­ uary 27,1829. 6w89

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