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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 31 August 1853

V ,. THIS (.HAM) 1UVKR TIMKS . , IS PUBLISHED EVBRV TvKDNESDAY EVENINa, BV J. W. If AH.VS fc Win. IV. ANUIL. , Office over II. UritjvCa Store, Washington Street. ' TlSlOIS-Pnynieiit In AIvMtr. Taken at the bfflee, or forwarded by mall, - $1,00 Delivered by the carrier in the village, 1,50 Ono shilling in addition to the above will be dinrged for every three months that payment Is le laved. No paper discontinued until all arrearages are paid, except at the discretion of the publishers. Trrma of Arivtrtlaliiff. 'One square. (12 lines or less), llrst insertion fifty cents, twenty-live cents for each subsequent inser tion. Legal advertisements at the rates prescrib ed by law. Yearly or, monthly advertisements as ioiiows ; . '1 square 1 month, $1,00 i". a ; u 2,00 1 ; ' M 6 w 3,00 1 Square 1 year, $5,00 1 column 1 " 20,00 1 44 1 month, ft 00 Advertisements nnaccainnnnll rlii nn-iftn 'verbal, directions, will be published until ordered out, and. charged for. When a postponement is added t...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 31 August 1853

i THE GRAND IUVEIl TIMES GRAND IIAVKX, MICIIIGANi , . WEDNESDAY FyENING. AUGUST 3 1.; 1553. The result of 'the' labors of tho State Board of Equalization is to te found in tho tab ular tatetnent which wo publish this week.-: ' The proceedings of tho ijoardY which mat on tho 15th Inst., are given at considerable length in the Slate Journal Twerity-two of the thir. tv-five counties were represented. Shortly af ter organizing, tho delegates by request of the chairman proceeded in the order of their sever al counties to make (statements of such facts and circumstances as might bear upon their action. From these statements we gather, that the law has not been found go difficult of execution as had been predicted, that but little opposition to Us 'operation '-lias been manifested, and that it has generally been carried into'eflect! through, out the State wUh' entire good faith. Wo ex tract from tho report in tho Journal so much as relates particularly to this county, the wnole be ing too ...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 31 August 1853

T11K POETRY OF Till UIJJLK. BY CEO. O. BAUTLETT. Ah the universe, with it swelling orbs nnd radiant beam of brightness, its mys tery, and hnrmony, and beauty is to thfc externa) organs of senso, so is the inspi red volume to the soul; whiln the heart drinks deep and intoxicating delimits at nature Ycool und deliciou fountains, the mouI wilh lofty grandeur and intellectu nl power, struggles through its own ideal up to the holy purity of the infi nite. Throwing aside its divino precepts its plan of salvation to a lost and erring race; viewing it simply h a poem, the .Hiblo commands the admiration of n world. , It is, and ever must be, consid ered a sublime, n God-Inspired poem full of grandeur, pathos, simplicity und truth comprehensive and eternal. The poetry of the Uiblo first opens a crea tion's dawn. God created the heavens and the earth, and saw that they were good; but darkness yet covered the un ' born world. Had mortal eyo existed, its dim and sightless orbs would have gazed o...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 31 August 1853

'K t" Village of Macatawa. " !:. ' .g 2 9 H o Water lots 1,2,3,1,5,6,7, 8,9,10,11,12, 13,14,15,10, 17,18.19,20, 21,22,23.21, 25,20,27,28, 29,30,31,32, 1 i 33, n- 1234 4 1234 4 1234 7 1 8 1 1) 1 12 34 10 1 3 2 4 1 4 1234 4 123450 1 2 4 123450 7 89 -5 2 4 123456 .789' '. 1 3 4 12 34 5 67 8 2 3 4 1234 5 v 6 7 8- 3 3. 4 123 4 5 67 8 4 3 4 12345 6 78 - .,.5 3 4 12345 67 8 6 3 4 123 4 5 67 8, ,7 3 4 12345 ,678. 8 3 4 12345 .678 0 3 4 12 3 4p , . 67 8, lb 3 123 15 6 78 1 1, ' 12 3 45' 678 .2 1 ' 1 23 15 67 8 3 4 ' 12 345 67 8 5 1' 12 3 15 67 8 6 4 ' 123 45 - 6 78 7 1 4 12345 .67 8 8 1 4 12345 67 8 9 4 4 12345 678 10 4 4 12.3 4 5 678 1 5 4 1234 5" 67 8 2 5 4 "12315 67 8 3 5 4 12345 678 4 5 4 12345 '67 8 4 '12345 678 4 12345 678 4 12345 -678 4 123 45 678 ' 12345 678 12 345 678 12345 67 8 4 12345 67 8 4 12 34 5 678 4 12345 67 8; 4 12345 678 4 12 3 4 5 67 8 4 - 12345 67 8 4 . 1-23 4 5 , 67 8 4 1234 5 .67 8 ' 123 4 5 67 8 4 12345 67 8 ' 12 3 4 5 6 7.8 4 12345 -67 8 4 1 23 45 6 78 , 12345 (5 7 8...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 7 September 1853

VOLUME III. GRAND HAVEN,' MICHIGAN,'" WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 185X WHOLE NUMBER 111. SALE OF STATE TAX LANDS." ' ' Auditou Genkhal'b Okfice, I ' ' 'Lansing, Mich., July 1st, 1853. J la hereby given, that certain' .IN lands situated In the County of Otta va. bid off to tlio State for taxes of 1650, and previous years, and described In state ments which will be forwarded to tho of fice of the Treasurer of said County some time next month, will be sold at public auc tion by said Treasurer, at tho County Seat, on the first Monday of October next, at the time and place designated for the ordina ry Tax sales, if not previously disposed of at this omcc accoruing to law. Said Statements contain a full descrip tion of each parcel of said lands, and may be seen on application at the olflce of the County Treasurer.' . Lands struck olf to tho State for Taxes of 1850, or other years, at the Tax sales In October last, will bo offered subject to tho right of redemption prescribed by law, as well as...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 7 September 1853

Executions. A largo number of executions for murder nro to take place during the present and nuceeeding tnonthi. The following list ' has been selected : Margaret Uutlor, for assisting a man called Jim Philip in murdering Mr. Guinea, will be hung to-day (August 12th) in Culpepper, Vir ginia. John Ilendrickson, Jr., for tho rnurdor of his wife, will be hung on tho 20th instant, at Albany. David Jewell, who took tho lifo of Mr. Mitch, ell, on tho 4th of July, 18512, will bo hung in Pittsburg, on tho 2d of Sept. A man named Jennings, for causing the death of another, named NVillard, will bo exe cuted at St. Joseph, Missouri, on tho 2d of Sept. i'atrick Donohue, who murdered Mrs. June Ann Kinney and her daughter nearly a year Binco in Cortland comity, N. Y., will also be hung on tho 2d of September making throe executions, in different parts of tho country in one day. Rod. Robertson, will bo hung in public, for tho murder of Moses Guard, in Alexandria, KyM on tho 3d of Sept. Thos. Uoard...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 7 September 1853

THE CAlTURK OF A MOV. Tho following extract from a Jetter from tho ltev. J. V. N. Talmage, Auicr. icau misiotmry at Ainoy, bearing date May i22J, given the particulars of tho capture of Anioy, in Claim, by tho in surgent Tho insurgents 'came down upon Amoyin liuinCer, probably out twenty thousand. They were nil native of this region, 'i wn awakened "by the first guns which were tired, about four o'clock in tho morning. The great na val light t'wtk f'ace directly opposite our house, bo that we hntf tho wholo affair in full view, and we may Ray, if this bat tle can be called a fair specimen of Chi nese warfare, then wo have reason to de- cile that there aru some excellences of "which you western nations know iioth i ig, 'j'he Chinese vessels of war kept sailing: tip and down the harbor, in front of our hoiiNO, from five o'clock in tho morning until about two o'clock in the jiflernoon, firing continually on the boats of the insurgents, which exhibited the excellency' of which I spoke, ...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 7 September 1853

3 4 5 4 6 4 ,7 4 8 4 9 4 i ' 4( 5r 5 5- 5' 5'. 5- 5 5'- Water lots 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, 8,9,10,11,12, : 13,14,15,16, I7,iai9,20, . 21,22,23.24, . 25,20,27,28, , 29,30,31,321, 33, t i Jots 12 r 4 1234 7 1 , ' 1234 8 1 i-.4 1234. -9 1 4 1234 10 1 , 1 2 2 : 4 1234- 3 2 123456 4 2 i 4 123456 789. 5 2 , 123456 , ISO- 1 3 12345 67 8 2 3 1 12345 678 3 3 4 12345 678 4' 3 4 12345 , 678 5 3 4 1 2345,..,. 67 8 G 3 ' 12345 . 67 8 7 3 1 J2345 . . 678 ; 8 3 12345 1 078 9 3 , 4 1.2 3 45 '. .' 678 ' 1,0,, 3 4 12345 ' C78 1 4 ' 12345 ' 678 2. 4 1 12345 ' 078 12345 678 4 12345 678 4 12345 1 67 8 -4 12345 678 4 12345 ' 67 8. . .4 1 2345 . 678 - 10 V 4 12345 678r 1 4 1 2345 K f 078;-, :2 4 12345 67 8 .4 12345 :.- 678 v 4 12345 67 8 4 12345 :. 678 4 12345 678 4 12345 678 4 12345 678 . 4 12345 678 . 10 5. . 4 12345 078.. .' 12 3 45 ,. 678. i ,4 12345 678,. . 12345 , G7 8 . 4 12345 67 8 ., 4 12345 678, 4 12 34 5 . 078 , 4 12345 078 -, ? 12345 078 , 4 12345 67 8. 10 4 12345 678 ! 12345 678 . .! 12345 678 , 4 123...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 14 September 1853

GRAND RIYER TIMES, VOLUME III. GRAND HAVEN, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER II. 18)3. WHOLE NUMBER 112. '11 v 1 "SALE OF STATE TAX LANDS. Auditor General's Office, ) .Lansing, Mich., July 1st, 1853. J "VfOTICE. is hereby given, that certain i. l lands situated In the County of Otta wa, bid off to the State for taxes of 1830. and previous years, and described in state ment which will bo forwarded to the of fice of the Treasurer of said County some time next month, will be sold at public auc tion by said Treasurer, ntthe County Seat, on the first Monday of October next, at the time und place designated for the ordina ry Tax sales, If not previously disposed of at this office according to law. Said Statements contain a full descrip tion of each parcel of said lands, and may be seen on application nt the oflice of the County Treasurer. Lands struck off to' the State for Taxes of 1850, or other years, nt the Tax sales In October last, will be offered subject to the right of redemption pre...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 14 September 1853

THE (iKANl) lUVKIt TDIKS. (iii.wi) iiayk.v, ni( iik.a.vj w J : d n km a y i :v en in (i si: iV. 1 1. isv. Wo have concluded to discontinue issu ing the extra half slu e t of the Times. Willi it our reading matter is not presented in n very convenient shape ; beside, it suits our circum stances just now 1o be discharged from tho full weight of editorial care and responsibility. Af ter the expiration of a few weeks wo will en deavor to atone fully for present shortcomings, imd to make our paper more than ever worthy of patronage. I'ort Union w li.-ikd 3U hl 'iui ltr.iiroml Co'. A meeting was held in this village lust Satur. day evening to obtain an expression of opinion on the part of our citizens ns to tlio propriety of calling an extra pension of the Legislature for the purpose of enacting, among others, a law authorizing an increase of tlio capital stock of thisCompany from 2,000,000 to $7,000,000. Though called on short notice, it was well nt tended and considerable enthusiasm was...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 14 September 1853

r it A STORY OP SUFFERING AT SEA. ! Six days ujnn tlm Ocean witlinut ftl yr water. On the 25lh of Feb. last, tho schooner S. R. Super, Capt. Samuel So por, sailed from Provineetown, for a, cruise in the Atlantic Ocean, for whales. Nothing unusual happened until about the last of July, when one morning a school of whales was discovered. Three boats were immediately lowered, each containing five men, and commanded by the captain, first and second mates. The Mecond mate killed the first whale and lowed him to tho bp. The other whales then started oil",, pursued by the boats of the captain and mate. Thi was In longitude about 77 in latitude 34. They continued the pursuit, and li nally tho captain fastened to and killed a forty barrel sperm whale. Iy this time, night began to bet in, and no ves sel was to be ccn from the boats in any .direction. ' This was rather startling, as ihey had no provisions or water on board Lut upon consultation they concluded to atick by the whale until mornin...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 14 September 1853

Village of Mucatawa. 2. era n S- w 9) Water lots 1,2.3.4,5,6.7, 8,0,10,11,12, 13.14,15,10, 17,18.19,20, 21,22,2324, 25,20,27,28, 29,30,31,32, 33, loti 1 2 1234 1234 4 1234 ::; 1234 1234 J each 20-100 80 21 70 0 1 20 05 01 70 7 1 20- 10 02 70 8 1 20 10 02 70 .9 1 10 1 o 20 10 02 70 20 10 02 70 20 03 01 70 20 10 02 70 20 10 01 70 3 2 123450 4 2 1 23450 789 123450 789 12 34 5 5 2 20 23 00 70 20 , 22 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 - 70' 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 - 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 ,70 20 21 05 70 . 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 , 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 ' 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 ! 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 . 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 21 September 1853

GM1 TI3MIES VOLUME III. GRAND HAVEN, MICHIGAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21. 1853. WHOLE NUMBER 113. - I to S. - .4 El O t-J I r J m j I " ":', . . i .... g!!!S-g SALE OF STATE TAX LAUDS. Auditor Uenkrais Office, . Lansing, Mich., July lit. 1853. NOTICE Is hereby given, that certain . lands sltiiated in the County of Otta .Wat bid off to the State for taxes of 1850, and trevious f Mf and described in state mcrtls Which Will be forwarded to the of fice of the Treasurer of said County some time next month, Will be sold at public auc tion by said Treasurer, at the County Seat, ton hc first Monday of October next, at the lime and place designated for the ordina ry Tax safes, if not previously disposed of at this office according to law. Said Statements contain a full descrip tion of each parcel of said lands, and may .be seen on application At the office of the County Treasurer. , Lands struck off to the State for Taxes ,of 1850, or other years, at the Tax sales ,in October last, will bo off...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 21 September 1853

TELEGRAPH NEWS. I , ; Vasiiingto5, Sept. 10.' It U now stated that -Col. Forney will com. menco tLo publication of an administration pa per in New York on tho 1st of October. Abun dant funds have been subscribed for tho enter prise. , ;' ; ;:; y 1 J ',,' Washington, Sept. 12. At tho dinner Saturday evening, to lion. II. I). Stanton, Attorney General Curbing made a speech, in which he declared that the United States bhould never have made peace w ith Mex ico without insisting on the annexation of the States of Sonora and Chihuahua as well as New Mexico. : Mr. Nicholson, of the Union denounced Aus tria in tho Koszta affair, and General .Pillow was decidedly in favor of tho annexation of Cu ba. None of the Cabinet were present except Mr. Cushing. Tho letter of John A. Dix to Mr. Corwin h published in tho Augusta Constitutionalist. He comes square up to the Ualtimoro platform, fu gitive slave law and all. Boston, Spt. 1 2. Tho captain of tho schooner James Arix, ar rived at Belfast on t...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 21 September 1853

r Decidedly ' Fkeschv." The I'aris correspondent of the N. V. Times un-j tier date of August 1, relates the follow, ing- curious' fact I J 44 The feat of jumping from a balloon, the jumper AHstained by an India rubber tope, was duly' performed on Thursday. It was the most stupendous exhibition of daring and address that tho Parisians have yet been permitted to witness.- From ono side of tho car of the balloon hung tho India rubber cord descending 150 feet, and then returning and being fastened to the other side of the car. It thus formed ft strong loop. The athlete was dressed as' Mercury ; his body from tho neck to tho small of his back, was enclosed in a frame work that enabled him to enduro tho suspension without wrenching or dislocation. 'The ropo passed through an eyelet in tho middle of tho .back, placed so that he was plac ed in perfect equilibrium. Wlmn the balloon had reached an. altitude double that , of the supposed elasticity of the cord, tho voltigucr appeared on tho ed...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 21 September 1853

Village of MncaUwa. H o Water lot 1,2.3.4,3,6.7, 8,0,10,11,12, 13,14,15,16, 17,iai9,20, 21,22,23.21, 25,26,27,28, 29,30,31,32, 33, lotJl2 4 1234 1234 4 1234 1234 10 1 1 2 2 1234 123456 4 2 123456 789 5 2 123456 each 20-100 86 21 70 177 6 1 20 05 01 70 . 76 20 10 02 70 82 20 10 02 70 ' 82 20 10 02 70 82 20 10 02 70 82 20 03 01 70 74 20 10 02 70 82 20 16 04 70 90 7 1 8 1 9 1 3 2 789 12345 678 12343 678 12345 678 12345 678 12345 678 12345 678 12 345 678 12345 1 3 2 3 3 3 4 3 5 .3 6 3 7 3 8 3 678 ' 9 3 12 3 45 "" 678 10' 3 12345 678 1 4 4 12345 678 2 4 4 12345 678 3 4 4 12 345 678 5 4 12345 678 6 4 4 12345 67 8 7 4 4 12 345 67 8 8 4 4 12345 . 67 8 .9 4 4 12345 67 8 10 4 4 123 15 67 8 ,1 5 4 12345 67 8 2 5 4 12345' 67 8 3 5 4 123 4 5 . 678 '4 5 4 12345 67 8 5 5 4 12345 678 0 5 4 12345 67 8 7 5 4 12 3 15 67 8 8 5 4 12345 67 8 9 5 4 123 4 5 67 8 10 5 4 12 345 678 1 6 4 12 3 45 67 8 2 6 '12 3 15 678 3 6 4 12 34 5- 6 7 8 4 ft 4 11234 5. 6-7 8 5 4 L'2.3 4 5' 6 7 8- 0 ' 12 34 5. 67 8- 7 6 4 12...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 28 September 1853

VOLUME III. GRAND HAVEN,- 3IIGHTG AXvAVIPNESDAlY SEPTEMBER .281851,,',, . . . : IlbtE NUMjfelMa SAUS OF STATE TAX LANDS. Auditor (lE-tEnAL's Office, i " Lansing, Mich., July 1st. 1853. ( , NOTICE is hereby ffiven, that rertaJn lands situated In the County of Otta wa, "bid off to the State for taxes of 18"0,' and previous years, and described In state ments which will be forwarded to the of fice of the Treasurer of said County some time next month, will be Fold at public auc tion by said Treasurer, at the County Scat, on the first Monday of October next, at the time and place designated for the ordina ry Tax sales, If not previously disposed of at this office according to law. Said Statements contain a full descrip tion of each parcel of paid lands, and may be seen, on application at the oifice of the County Treasurer. : ; Lands struck off to the State for Taxes of 1830, or other years,' at the Tax sales in October last, will be offered subject to the right of redemption prescribed b...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 28 September 1853

THE GRAND 1UVER TIMES. GUAM) IIAVK.V, MICHIGAN! WEDNESDAY EVENING, SEPtT 28. 1853. Ituil lloml Mutter. Mr. II. N. Walker, of Detroit, ono of tho di rectors of tho O. & O. It. It. Co., accompanied by Mr. Ikms, Engineer, reached our town on Saturday. Tho object of Mr. Walker's visit has been for tho twofold jmrposo of ascertain ing tho most feasible- location for the road and of inducing tho people along tho route to fill up tho allotted amount of stock yet remaining un subscribed. In tho counties of Clinton and Shi nwasnco this has already been done. Ionia is eomcwhat behind but will certainly como up to tho mark. Kent falls short nearly one half, but assurances have been given that tho full amount will speedily be subscribed. $20,000 was allot ted to Ottawa. Of this amount $12,000 has been bub.scribcd on condition the road is located on tho south side, and between $11,000 and $12, 000 on condition it is located on tho north sido of tho river. It is of tho highest importance that...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 28 September 1853

V VISIT FROM A CHINESE. Our sanctum was honored yesterday tiy a visit from that oriental looking in. tiivldual, Mr. Iwam, tho leader of tho Chinese Troupe, ham is quito a gen tleman in his manners, polite, affable, t ommunicativo and more intelligent, we should think, than the averago Asiatic raco of his class. lie speaks English with tolerable fluency, and to show that lie U cosmopolitan in his feelings, and entertains proper respect fur outside bar Wians, has taken to himself a good looking Boston girl for a wire, whom he fell In love with in California. Mr. Isam Is a gentleman of considerable foreign travel, or he wouldn't have been here. -At homo we learn that ho was a dealer in Cliincso silks, &t, Ho left for Call. l'Ornia about three years ago, where he was successfully established, but lost all by the great lire, from which he says ho only escaped with his life by jumping out of the window, lie has made mon ey with his troupo in this country, but complains of having had c...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
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Country/State of Publication: Michigan, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Grand River times. — 28 September 1853

Village ol 'Mmatawa. - to 9 tc P 8 B 2 tr ' 2 Water lots 1,2.3.4,5,6,7, 8,0,10,11,12, 13.14,15,18, 17,18.19,20, 21,22,23.21, 25,20,27,2s, 29,30,31,32, 33, ' lot! 1 2 each 20-100 80 21 70 177 70 ' 82 ' 82 82 82 ' 74 ' '82 90 99 " 97 90 90 96 ' 96 96 90 96 90 90 96 90 96 , 90 . 90 90 90 6 1 20 0.5 01 70 1234 ' 1234 1234 7 1 8 1 20 10 02 70 20 10 02 70 20 10 02 70 20 10 02 70 20 03 01 70 20 10 02 70 20 10 01 70 9 1 1 2 34 10 1 1 '22 1234 3 2 12 3 1504 2 123450 7 89 ' 5 2 20 23 00 70 20 22 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 ' 21 ' 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 .21; 05 70 20 21 05 70 0 21 , 05 ,70 20 21 : 05 70 20 21 '; 05 70 20 21 , 05 70 20 21 ! 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 CO 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 CO 21 05 70 20 21 05 70 20 ...

Publication Title: Grand River Times
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