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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 14 June 1851

ETAT DE LA LOUlSIAXE. Babcock 3, Gard ner CoCRuK DisTiKC,: vs. pluribts. .f. No. 1'SS, Jean Labarthe. Par isseWSt. Marie. EN vertu d'un ordre de .eiEiifa lanet liP la Cour de District dans et pour la parois'. Ste. Marie, tt ti moi ;dresew. j'expoaerai rn vecnt publique, au comptant, à la iason4-de-cou. dina la ville de Franklin, SAMIEDI, le Séme jour de Juillet prochain, à 11 heurcs du nrtin, l propri été suivante, savoir: TrCnte-deur arpens de terre située dans etter paroisse, sur le côte est du Bayou Têche, qua.cb terre était achétte a la vente des preuves de BRr net Hulick, le 14'me jour de Novembre;I'IS bornée en haut par la terre autefoniz appartenaowl à Juhn WilkinBoii, et en bas par la terre autz4,i4 appartenatnnte à Alexandre Lewis. Saisi coimme etant la prprriété de Jeant t : barthe, dé4endeur dans le procIs ci-dessus ETHAN ALLEN, Sherift Le 3ler Mi., 1851. VOLUME XVI. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA..... JUNE 14, 1851. NUMBER ! . EXPERIENCES. About the...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 14 June 1851

PLANTETES BANNER. PUBLISNED EVERY BATURDAY, St THOMAS F. JOHNSON, WDITOR AND PglOpITO1. T ns a s:-This paper will be furnished to sub suribersat $ per nannum, in advance; $4 if paid at . eiratiom of mx months, or $5 at the expiraoa of the year. Alvertisements inserted at the u-ual price, viz: par square of twelve lines, first time, $1; •ud at half that ratefor every subsequent in tarrnage and Obituary Notices will be charged half the usal advertising rates; but for the m annoncement of a death no charge Trasient Advertisements, not particularly spe ai.Ad as to da tion, will be inserted for three U t, Lad charged accordingly. Yeay Advlrtmers will be charged $10 for the rt aquae (twelve lines), and $5 for every slitiaal square. A aioties, etc., of the various Orders will be iassuted at half the usual rates, when by the P.; anocing candidates for office, $10, to be p is adsanar. as~~eates for O €ece. For Sheriff: 0 We are requested to announce that Ma. 'WI.LLIxa F. HAIFLEIGH is candida...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 14 June 1851

ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. E. N. L. Provost, adm's, COUR DE DISTRICT vs. No. 4337, Euph'e Dartest, pot>se, -e Paroisse Ste. Marie. EN vertu d'un ordre de saisie et de vente lancé Spar la Cour de District dans et pour la pa roisse Ste. Marie, et à moi adressé, il sera offert en vente publique, à la maison-de-cour dans la ville de Franklin, SAMEDI, le 7ème jour de Juin prochain, à 11 heures du matin, la propriété suivante, savoir: Le nègre nomme JOE. 3gé 32 ans. Conditions.-Le dit esclave sera vendu au comptant à payer la somme de $291 66f, avec 8 pour cent par an d'intérêt depuis le 4ème jour de Mars, 1851, et les dépenses; et pour le balance, à un crédit, selon les termes de la vente de preuves de la proprieté appartenant à la succes sion de Marie Jeanne Provost, décédée, savoir: $291 66J payable le 1er Mars, 1852, et $291 66j, ou la balance de l'argent, payable le 1er Mars, 1853; l'acquéreur à fournir son billet pour la somme du crédit, avec bonne et suffisante eau tion, payable tout...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 14 June 1851

Suecessimo de Iloratio -Y. Bayiier, de'ced;. TL SERA OFFERT nii vente publique, . la _ maison de cour dans la ville de Franklin, le SAMEDI, 14ème jour de Juin prochain, entre 10 heures du matin et 4 heures de l'après-midi, en vertu d'un ordre issu de l'honorable la Cour de District dans et pour cette paroisse, en la suc cession ci-dessus. en date du 9ère Mai, 185 1, les eselaves ci-après désignés, appartenant à la dite succession, savoir: Dicx, âgé d'environ 57 ans. CHAULES, " 47 " PHILIP, " " AMBROSE, " 70 CLAIBORNE, ' 40 " BA.LI.NU , " 2-3 JINNY, ' 12 " LorisA. " , " BETSEY, 20 et sn efaut: ISAAC, " 34 " Catl/itiouI.-La moitie du prix d'achat pay able le ler jour de Mars, 18-, et l'autre moitie payable leerjour de Mars. 1lt33 le acqurceurs fournissant leurs billets, avec securité solidaire, à la satisfaction de I:adninistrateur. portant huit pour cent par an d'intérêt dii jour de la vente, et les propriétés restant hypotheqiiesjusiu a par fait paiement du principal et des itmriêts...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 21 June 1851

Succession de Jean Baptiste Borgeois, d"cidé. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE.-Cour de District. Paroisse Ste. Marie.-Attendu que MARIE BOREL, veuye de feu Jeaa Baptiste Bourgeois, a enrégistré dans cette cour une péti tion demandant qu'elle soit nommée administra trice de la susdite succession : Avis est par le présent donné à tous ceux qui cela peut concerner d'avoir à déduire dans lesdix jours qui suivront la date du présent avis, les rai sons (si aucunes ils ont) pour lesquelles il ne se rait pas fait droit à sa démande. J. V. FOURMY, Greffier. Bureau du Greffier, le 14 Juin, 1851. VOLUME XVI. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. I[ARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA.....JUNE 21, 1851. NUM~BER i. [From the Yankee Blade.] WILT THOU LO VE ME EVERMORE. Thou gazest deep and earnest Deep and earnest are thine eyes; I know that in our being There are answering sympathies: I know there dwells upon me An affection rich and pure, And ask, with anxious yearning, " Will it ever thus endure?" Quick changes come upon us Ch...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 21 June 1851

PLANTERS' BANNER. Fl LIIIED EVERY SATURDAY, BY THOMAS F. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Si. : i S :-l-iS paper will be furnished to sub. -rersu~a3er annnum, in advance; *4 t paid at the expiration of six months, or $S at tahe expiration of the year. -Advertisements inserted at the n-ual price. viz: Per square of twelve lines, first time, i : oand at halt that rate for every subsequent in srtion. \Li riage=5d Obituary Notice. will be chartet .:alf the usual advertising rates; but for the gmpleaaaouncement ul a death no charge % iil be made. Traruient Advertisements. not particularly spe eried-bas to duration, will be inserted for three months, and charged accordingly. Yearly Advertisers will be charge'd $10 for the first square (twelve lines), and .5 for every additional square. Afl notices, etc., of the various Orders will be inserted at half the usual rates, -,thecn ly the year. For an:ouncing candidates for offie. $10. tuo b psrid ir advance. Candidates for Office. For Sheriff: ;...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 21 June 1851

ETAT DE LA LOUllSIAINE. Rnlcbr P &tters'n Clir. ('oR PDE ISTiTT i Ivs. Nos. 3 & ii. Leake :ric/ . Paroisse iSte. Marie. L'N vertu du deux ordr.-s d< fert f/ric lanc. I a [i;r la our de Distrirt dians et pcur la paroisu e Ste. Marie, et a moi adressé, il sera offert en vente publique, au comptant, i la maion-du-cour dans la ville du Fraiklin, le SAMEDI, 2*d jour d Août prorhain, à 11 liheures du matin, la pro !pri4td suivante, savuoir : Un certain lot de terre, on hia'titation, siluU dans cette paroisse, miiesurit 120JU airpens de su perlicie, plus ou moine., borné en haut par les Sterres de Robert McCarty, cni bas par les terres de Nicolas Loisel et Olive Nelson, et en lace par le Bayou Telie; ensemble avec tous les editices et ameiliorations qui sy trouvent, et iois lesdroits et accessoires y appai tenant. Aussi. un morceau de terre qui sera divise de le terre connue comme le &îti-e Tract, avant telle lace, avec lignes parellèles, comme à coun tenir 80 arpenis, mesur...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 21 June 1851

S-uaemon de Williams Q. Gordy, dieéde. EUN vertu d'un ordre émané de l'honorable la SCour de Districtdu quatorzième district judi caire de l'Etat de la Louisiane, en date du - courant, et conformément aux délibérations d'une assemblée des créanciers de la susdite succession tenue pardevant le Récorder de cette paroisse, en date du 30ème d'Avril, 1851, je, soussigné, en canteur public, dûment qualifié dans et pour cette parÎasse, offrirai on veate publique, à 1 encan, le ,AMEDI, 21er jour e Juin prochain, la vente commençant à 10 heores du matin, à l'hôtel de Mr. John C. Gordy, à Franklin, les propriétés ci-après décrites, dépendant de la dite succession, savoir: Un terrain situé à Frunkina, mésurant 25 pieds de face sur le côté oriental de la rue da Maine (Msdnaret), courant vers le Bayou Téche 200 pieds, où il s élargit de 25 pieds de plus, de ma nière à donner 50 pieds surla ligne s'arrêtant au dit bayou, ensemble avec tous les établissemens et améliorations que s'y trouvent; born...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 28 June 1851

VOLUME XVI. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA..... JUNE 2S, I S51. NUMBER 24. 'TIS SAIR TO DREAM. Tis sair to dream o' them we like. That waking we sail never see. Yet, oh ! how kindly was the smile My laddic in my sleep gave me ' I thought we sat beside the burn That wimples down the flowery glen: Where, in our early days o' love, We met, that ne'er sall meet again ' The simmer sun sank 'neath the wave. And gladdened wi' his parting ray The woodland wild and valley green, Fast fading into gleamin' grey' He talk'd of days o future joy, And yet mny heart was haltls sair, For when • is eve it beamed on me. A withering death-like glance was there' I thought him dead, and then I thought, That life was young and love was free, For o'er our heads the mavis sang, And hameward hied the janty bee! We pledged our love and plighted troth, But cauld, cauld was the kiss he gave, When starting from mty dream, I found His troth was plighted to the grave ! I canna weep, for hope ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 28 June 1851

PLANTERS' BANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATUBDAY, BY THOMAS F. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T 5a :--This paper will be furnished to sub scribers-at $3 per annum, itn advance; $4 if paid at the expiration of six months, or $5 at the expiration of the year. Advertisements inserted at the u-ual price, viz: Per square of twelve lines, first time, $1 land at half that rate for every subsequent in .crtion. Marriage and Obituary Notices will be charged half the usual advertising rates; but for the simple announcement of a death no charge will be made. Trrasient Advertisements, not particularly spe cified as to duration, will be inserted for three months, and charged accordingly. Ye.lrly Advertisers will be charged $10 for the first square (twelve lines), and $5 for every additional square. All notices, etc., of the various Orders will be inserted at half the usual rates, uwhen by the year. Cawnidates for OfNce. For Sherif: §' We are requested to anuonnce that MIR. 1V I LL I A F. H A I F L E I...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 28 June 1851

CLIPPINGS FCUR EXCHANGES. I1 A machine has been invented recently by Mr. A. B. Childs, of Ro chester, which has attracted much at tention from millers and mill owners, and its operation has elicited their un qualified admiration. It is a "grain separator," combining the operations of the blast, screen and suction in one machine of comparatively small dimen sions, and doing the work in a manner far superior to all the old methods of cleaning grain previously to grinding it for flour. n: Clarissa, a negro woman, was taken by her master, some years since, to Pennsylvania, and detained there for several months. She was taken back to Kentucky by her master on his return. Some time ago she brought suit for her freedom. The case was tried at Frank fort recently, by Judge McHenry. The judge held that the taking the slave into Pennsylvania. where slavery did not exist, made the slave free, and Clarissa was set at liberty. Bloomerism at Lowell.-The Lowell Courier says that the agent of one of...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 28 June 1851

ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. E. SrN.L. Provost, adin's., CoR DE DISTRICT vs. No. 4337, kupk'e Darte.t, épouse,.1 P) Paroisse Ste. Marie. EN vertu d'un ordre de saisie et de vente !ancé Spar la Cour de District dans et pour la pa roisse Ste. Marie, et à moi adressé, il sera offert en vente publique, à la maison-de-cour dans la ville de FrankiEn, SAMEDI, le 7ème jour de Juin prochain, à 11 heures du matin, la propriété suivante, savoir: Le nègre nommé JOE. âgé 32 ans. Çmiditions.-Le dit esclave sera vendu au comptant à payer la somme de 5291 661, avec S pour cent par an d'intérêt depuis le 4ème jour de Mars, 185, et les dépenses; et pour le balance, à un crédit, selon les termes de la vente de preuves de la propriété appartenant à la succes sion de Marie Jeanne Provost, décédée, savoir: $291 665 payable le ler Mars, 1852, et $291 66f, ou la balance de l'argent, payable le 1er Mars, 1853; l'acquéreur à fournir son billet pour la somme du crédit, avec bonne et suffisante cau tion, payable tout...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 5 July 1851

VOLVME XtI. FRANIN PARIS OF STARY (ATTA, 151. NUBER OUE V.FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. IIARY, (ATKPS)NUMYBER 25. THE SECRET. Happily there lived a maiden, Loved by many-loving none; Time to her was flower laden, Beauty round her way was strewn. Came there then a youth so boldly, Loved by many-loving none: Asking of her somewhat coldly Art thou happy, gentle one ? Brightly raised her eyes up to him, All this joy around him spread ! I were wicked, if not happy As the soft hours silver tread ! Then he bent down to the maiden, Press'd a kiss upon her cheek ; Fear, surprise and joy commingling, Vain her lips essayed to speak. Raised again her eyes up to him, Reading what his thought exprest, Gently bent her head unto him, Leaning on his manly breast. " Darling, darling !" said the lover, While he drew her to his heart. She was loved, and she was loving But their lives were far apart. Now each hour with silvery clearness, Whispers "darling " in her ear: Dreaming-dreaming-ever dreaming, That su...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 5 July 1851

PLANTERS' R % % %ESE ; F THOIIMAIAS F. JOHNSON,' I-i rIR AND PROrRIETOR. - I L.spa r'r will bec Cfruniihucl to suh e" riot T,, at ` per a~nnumn. ',: i/uivnln e: ' I l tld at J texpiration fi ýI\ izgntbs, or :ii lt ' ' c i . ti t"~ thu t..ti- ttte ': ca as t dur itui vt USII; l iC, r for ir irdr nil~ eli lieu; uur -irets.an c iii,~t 1 hc~rie A ui3e.. li.'. wilt ie f rti'i. Orite j nt h i!::c 'tt d~ hazlf the usiitl ralter, uwin ii it y i> Ca ?ldidatfs lor' Ollbice'. For Sbhriff: \1c ; rcquettted to ;ttulu1'.t.. that ML:. A I .:t LE t r, It i< candidate For Asiessor : ,, !i; 0\ \ICK~i:A L!, wiil ':c supt·;ortetl asb ::t:.{-.date ri Parish: Arssor. ill Nos: :r A .r .. 5', it\ .-, "rvF` V'., --Pleas? 1lt.to anfootic ta R N. i. f-:,t "sT as a ca::3idote for th:- ofhicc of Pars!: so. t hi ei:c ctito ill N vsutbc it, X1 54!.t :it, t' ipjsc.rtcd by 0u: X'ot::tist r Ii: srttat.t 1-1ljz --,, ----Veujl a ut it sr Aos- I sisosr c'rrinecsandi:t th: jstr la pla e ·;\ssi z I «u t arisse I oF...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 5 July 1851

E SttStf 1<i T 1 DE loA NORBER U P d. en r :1w 'r t pit' ' J. V. 'i Y C. .orresponcdece of the Bamnnr. NEW ORLEANS, July 1, 1851. Parker, who was convicted of man slaughter on his trial for killing Eliza Philips, was sentenced on Saturday last to twenty years' confinement with hard labor in the penitentiary. Judge Larue stated, in reply to the prisoner's asseve ration of innocence, that the facts eli cited during trial were amply sufficient to convince all unprejudiced minds of the justness of the verdict, and that in. his opinion if any error had been com mitted it was on the side of mercy, he should therefore sentence him to the severest punishment the law permitted him to award. An amusing scene occurred yester day at Judge Buchanan's Court. A Frenchman, who was plaintiff in a suit then pending, had promised the defen dant that he would continue the case until the November term, and the de fendant, on being summoned into court, expressed great surprise at the plain tiff's flag...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 5 July 1851

ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. H -N. L. Pi osorst, ads's, Coup. DE DISTRICT vs. No. 4337, Eiph'e Drrtest, poîîe,,c) Paroisse Ste. Marie. EN vertu d'un ordre de saisie et de vente lancé par la Cour de District dans et pour la pa roisse Ste. Marie, et à moi adresse, il sera offert en vente publique, a la maison-de-cour daas la ville de Franklin, SAMEDI, le 7ème jour de Juin prochain, à Il heures du matin, la propriété s aiva.te, savoir: Le negre nommé JOE. âgé 32 ans. Conditiof.-Le dit esclave sera vendu au comptant à payer la somme de $291 66f, avec S pour cent par an d'intérêt depuis le 4ène jour de Mars, 1851, et les dépenses; et pour le balance, à un crédit, selon les termes de la vente de preuves de la propriété appartenant à la succes siou de Marie Jeanne Provost, décédée, savoir S291 6Gi payable le 1er Mars, 15,2, et S291 66-, ou la balance de l'argent, payable le 1er Mars, 1853; lacquércur à fournir son billet pour la sammme du crédit, avec bonne et suffisante cau tion, payable tout d'...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 12 July 1851

VOLUMlE XVI. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA.....JULY 12, 1551. N-tYMBER 26. DELIVERED AT THE COURT-HOUSE. FRANKLIN, On the Anniversary of Our Natienal Iudepe.denc, BY F. D. RICHARDSON, ESQ. Another birthday of freedom is given to the world, and more than twenty .nillions of American freemen are now rejoicing in the thought. There is something at once fascinating and sub lime in the contemplation of an ex tended nation like this-moving from every quarter of its great confederacy, and bearing in their bosoms rich in cense of gratitude for the altar of Liberty. Forming a part of that mighty host of worshippers, we are here to commemorate the 4th day of July, 1776. As a bearer of our portion of that obla tion, you would not pardon me, on an occasion like this, were aught to be mingled with its associations but what would find a kindred home in the bosom of every true American. To do so would be like a desecration of a holy hour-a mingling of base alloy with pure go...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 12 July 1851

:iur queen of the gulf. The same eter lal river, with its mad whirlpools and eddies-as if fretted and chafed by a world's imposed burden of commerce is ever bearing in and away the never ending, still-increasing wants of man. With her right arm of iron she encircles a lion's share of the commerce'of the cast; and with her left - reaching through our own beautiful country, to the Pacific-she beckons with her hand the treasures of the Cqestial Empire. This is the bright, the dazzling pic ture, sketched out bry the pencil of nature itself: this is the glorious privi lege of our future. But to enjoy the original, to revel in the reality, the iron nmust travel-his wild snort must wake timhe sleeping echoes of our own wide spread prairies, and their firm founda tion must tremble beneath his fiery hoof, as be dashes away affrighted, with the thundering train in hot pursuit. All lovely as the scene around us is spread, it needs but this imprint of the spirit of the age to render its fascina...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 12 July 1851

ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. Babcock &r Gardner COURDEDIsTRICT vs.pluribiiusji.fa. } No. 12S9, Jean Laharthe. Paroisse te..Marie. EN vertu d'un ordre de fieri facùi- lancé par la Cour de District dans et pour la paroisse Ste. Marie, et à moi adressé, j'exposerai en vente publique, au comptant, à la maison-de-cour dans la ville de Franklin, SAMEDI, le 5ème jour de Juillet prochain, à 11 heures du matin, la propri été suivante, savoir: Trente-deux arpens de terre située dans cette paroisse, sur le côté est du Bayou Tèche, quelle terre était achétée à la vente des preuves de Bar net Hulick, le 14ème jour de Novembre, 1S18, bornée en haut par la terreautrefois appartenante à John Wilkinson, eten bas par la terre autrefois appartenanante à Alexandre Lewis. Saisi comme étant la proprifté de Jean La barthe, défendeur dans le procès ci-dessus. ETIIAN ALLEN, Sh-rif. Le 31er Mai, 18-1. Cette vente est ditférée aura lieu à la maison de-cour dans la ville de Franklin, le SAM.tEDI, 2ème jour d'Août...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 12 July 1851

ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. R.,bert P.atet on & Cie. COU.K DE DISTRICT vs. Nos. 3993 & 3994. Leae & Ru cier. J Paroisse Ste. Marie. EN vertu de deux ordres de fieri faias lances par la Cour de Districtdans et pour la paroisse Stel Marie, et à moi adressé, il sera offert en sente publique, au comptant, à la maison-de-cour dans la ville de Franklin, le SAMEDI, 2d jour d'Août prochain, à 11 heures du matin, la pro priété suivante, savoir: Un certain lot de terre, ou habitation, situé Uins cette paroisse, mesurant 420 arpens de su perficie, plus ou moins, borné en haut par les ttrres de Robert McCarty, en bas par les terres de Nicolas Loisel et Olive Nelson, et en face par le Bayou Teche; ensemble avec tous les edifices et améliorations qui s'y trouvent, et tous les droits St accessoires y appartenant. Aussi, un morceau de terre qui sera divisé de le terre connue conmne le " Stie Tract," ayant tlle face, avec lignes parellèles, comme à con t.anir 80 arpens, mesure superficie, et b...

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