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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 21 August 1852

VOLUWE XVII. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPASI,) LOUISIANA ..... AUGUST 21, 1 52. ' NUMBER 32. MI Co RLAL NEOUS. in CATAHbULA BOMICIDE. iL 1848 Charles Jones, who resided ua BlaCik River, about four miles below M4. Li ll, was seriously wounded by a lad gee character he had assailed. Liddbl; at the request of Jones and his wife, was `present at the latter's resi deace when this occurred, and was charged by Jones with firing one of the shoet wbt'igbo .ot upon him. This was deniedt by Liddell andby tte ony other person w'io could' have known who f.ed. After an absence- of four years from his plantation, Jones, in April last, returned. .He found the neighborhood in peace, but in the lan guage of a witness, his return was like casting a firebrand into the quiet com munity. He brought with him one Richard Pryor, sometimes called Col. Pryor. a noted blackleg, without means or character. In a short time, on the day of an electiom in Trinity, at which Liddell was present, Jones, Pryo...

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 August 1852

PLANTERS' BANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BY THOMAS F. JOHNSON EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T . RM E :-Thispaper will be furnished to sub scribers at $3 per annam, in advance; $4 if paid at the expiration of six months, or $5 at the expiration of the year. Advertisements inserted at the usual price, viz: Per square of twelve lines, first time, $1; and at half that rate for every subsequent in sertion. Yearly Advertisers will be charged $10 for the first square (twelve lines), and $5 for every addisoanal square. Transient Advertisements, not particularly spe cified as to duration, will be inserted for three months, and charged accordingly. For announcing candidate for office, $10 each payable in advance. Ageacy of the Banner. 079 MR. S. E. COHEN, of Phidadelphia, is our authorized Agent for that city, and all moneys for advertisements, subscriptions, &c., paid to him will be duly accredited. For President: WINFIELD SCOTT, Of the United States. For Vice President: WILLIAM A. GRAHAM, O...

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 August 1852

District. l>'r,,i'c. .<t. %aari.- A\tL in..diI, ',au .I ANE NF NIR < I:()Li V':, ...' . - ,:,,--, veuv," de Simo ( .. Mathi l ,!(, t tainentaire de Ii suîdite litt.t. , ,..'i, , ; 'l._-tr, dans cette cour un tiiabletia fiia! du .'.lnsnt dr, la dite c.. ss.o.. . i..,si qu ,ne p titio, d1k t t4an t q ut . lý . 'L t tabi .l ti soit a pplrout vé h.1 , Avis et par le prtst-itt dtun à toas ceux qui cela peut inerner davoir àt dédutir,. dans le dix jours qu suivront la date du présent avis. lts rni sons (si aucunes ils ont) pour lesqiuellrs il i se rait pas tait droit a sa iemaile. .1. V. V. IFOlt:MY, Grrliier. Bureau du (Crefiter, le '1 Août, I'. ETAT DE LA lOIUlSIANl.-('.ir de - ) strclt I'ir,>is,. -te. -\;irie- Att..,,i <qu'un cotirpte titiai idu règle te:iit (le la dite sii cession, rendu par Simon C:. Malthison. ci-devant éxécu teur testarimentaire de la dite succession, a été ein registré dans cette cour par JANE IIRNE POOLEY, Veuve 1Mathison et éxentirice tes taInetit...

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 August 1852

. TAT DE LA LOL'[LANE -Cc.iR 1-: SDiSTRICT, Paroi'-sse Ste. IItarie-Edmund P. Dwight, administrateur, v. Magloire Joseph Delhave.-En vertu d'un ordre de saisie et vente lancé dans le procès ci-dessus, et à moi adressé et délivré, j'otfrirai en vente publique, au comp tant. à la maison de cour de cette paroisse, dans la ville de Franklii, le SAMEDI, 4ème jour de Septembre prochain, entre 11 heures du matin et - heures de l'après-midi. la propriété suivante, savoir: ler, Un certain lot de terre situé à la ville de Franklin,dans cette paroisse.jadis trans féré par Freeiman Welch à Win. C. Dwight, dé cédé, le dit lot étant au milieu de trois lots situés sur la route a Newtown, entre les rues Prémiiire et Sécoond de la dite ville de Franklin, au côté sud de la dite route à Newtown, le dit lot mesu rant 100 pieds en face, et s'étendant en profon deur au terrain appartenant à J. W. Lyman ; borné au nord par la dite route à Newtown, à l'est par la terre du pr6sent vendeur, au sud par le dit...

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 August 1852

VOLU-E I PRbSJVRKLIN, PARISH OF ST. 'IRY, (A'rFik.Ir'U.k1 ,) NAýý)UiuI.....1 .IE I 2, I a5. JU-IBER 33. MISCELLANEOUS. [From the Masonic Journal.] The Beauties of Masonry. BY MISS C. W. BARBER. "All thtngs unto me show their dark sides somewhere there must be light !"...FESTUS. How cold, how dreary the day was! The Awind sounded serely as it moaned among the bare branches of the trees, and died away jn distant murmrirs. A white frost had fallen the night before an!d nipped.leaf and floweret. The sky ]ooked like lead. and now and then a cloud, fleecy and white. as if laden with snow, drifted in rpid-air.- Blue lipped, shivering little.children, with satchels and books. hurried by to school or stop ped for a few moments at the street corners. I had taken my drawing pencils and portfolio, and seated myself before the blazing fire. When the wind rattled the casement. I drew my risette closer about me and thanked God for a com fortable shelter from the inclemency of I the northern blast....

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 August 1852

l't:Il,ISl:ED) EVERY SATURDAY, BY THOMAS F. JOHNSON. EDIITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T r R it n:-This paper will be furnished to sub. scribersat 53 per annum, in ddvaniee; l it paid at the expiration of six months, or S5 at the expiration of the year. Advertisements inserted at the usual price, viz: Per square of twelve lines. tirot time. 1 : and at halt that rate for every subsequent in. sertion. Yearly Advertisers will be charged $F10 for the first square (twelve lines). and $5i for every additional square. Transient Advertisements, not particularly spe cified as to duration. will be inserted for three months, and charged accordingly. For announcing candidate for oftice. :10 each paethile in aldtWaOnce. Agency of the Banner. Ej~ MR. S. E. COHEN, of Phildad,'phia. is our authorized Agent for that city. and all moneys for advertisements, subscriptions, &r.. paid to him will be duly accredited. For President: WINFIELD SCOTT, Of the U,,iter States. For Vice President: WILLIAM A. GRAHAM, O...

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 August 1852

fAT IG LA I-H SANI. (',rd A L, I IN ý, 1 1i relull ; l tr I ct i tA I v ,t .I-i ru d fiteal t't 'tvue't Il U'~t tlvat 'i eu tîite' It t t ditel 'ti 1 dev t -ýwd l Pir, att diet Gretîi e A. t F Il . 1 AN le . d'rde 1 t t ; 'c , ! t: p- q,.1 , icee cur cei et T cavT e r e ! ' tiste dix pz (4'r lr lc so 1t- rai unt se e n: jr t c <c c c' tc'c' :i ' 'tV . j!ctj l «dei'. cro ier. e:v c' de ptre ler. :e -1 Aset. 1 , . TT.U [> LA V'q N . NATHALIE H1YD L v'i i, deF I .. . Ilitndel. di» cette taiiia uc téiai M Avi, tzt par hc1i.- ii donnéi à toit, "lnv Sui cela peiI t comnierniw 'I 'ivair i' dédiîire dalsîîî imi'd i' aq:t llVrli iC ii[il 'utav': 4.t a iiiiii~ l t tt', lie sr e!a u ruot pas, fait droâu 1' il ii1iiî'i t V. roî MY, Grtflier. Burcail (lit Gretfier, le 21 AoûitI.2 'ENTE J UDICI(AIRE lisf un ,-' ,uwr d, Couronîrble(or EA de-! Ditit .i' .-L lp-r In pýLrois se St'ý. M;1L tipi.t t,.a jlérî. it0 lod il iî rî'ra',î s vnte publiquo. au p!iis oe11«-;i: et d1etr!ier ,nr!iérisPi1r, S...

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 August 1852

'- 1AT lDE LA LOI 1iS1ANE- Covit 1.1: L i Dsri ic r, Piarois.e Su. .liri, -Ldiundd P. lw gît, admintistrateuir, v Maaglire Joseph Delhave.-En vertu d'un ordre de saisie et vente lance dans le procès ci-dessus, et a moi adressa et delivre, j o*frirai en vente publique, au comp tant. à la mtaison de cour de cette paroisse, dans Sla ville de Franklin, le SAMEDI, -lèemejour de !Septembre prochain, entre 11 heures du matin et -I heures de Ilaprès-mitdi. la propriété suivante, savoir: 1er, Un certain lot de terre situe i la ville de Franklin,dans cette paroisse,jadis trans feri par Freetiai Welch a Wm. C. Dwight, dE éedé, le dit lut étant au milieu de trois lots situés; sur la route a Newt..wn. enitre les rues PrtiiSiere et Seconde de la dite ville le Franklin, au côté sud de la dite route ai Newtown, le dit lot mes/-i rant 1001 pieds en face, et s'étendant en proton deir auit terrain appartenant à 1. W. LyWniii ; borné ait nord par la dite route à Newtown, i l'est par la terre dn présent...

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. — 4 September 1852

BVLUEi-E XVII. FRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. J!IARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUllIA A ... SEPTEMIBER 4, 18 5. NUMBER 34. (From the 'Vao.Ia 1,,ntelIPr'encer. IlE E OJ 3lINFllE L SCOTT. The lives of tien who have risen to high statiou by th'e mere arts of popi larity, and'who have really never done any thing .worhy of irmemtrance,-are easity told. A;es le pi~e. of History is morn than fthe can g lm.. At mosit it 4-0~!ti only l¥yb of them that t.hey liveda and ihat th.jf enjo edgre.t' offi ces.s But when a, man has really per formid many remarkable, and even splendid action;, it e.omes very diffi-' cult to relate his lit within-so small a space as I am about to take. It can, of course, only be done by passing very slightly over the smaller or less neces sary facts of the story, and dwelling principally upont the greater and more interesting ones. This is tre manner in which I will endeavor to write a short life of the great Anterican Com mander, (for those who have not leisure to read on6.aS loiWas it...

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. — 4 September 1852

;-LANTE]S' BANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BV THOMAS F. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T E x .e s:-This paper will be furnished to sub scribers at $3 per annum, in advance; $4 if paid at the expiration of six months, or $5 at the expiration of the year. Advertisements inserted at the usual price, vi-: Per square of twelve lines, first time, $1; and at half that rate for every subsequent in sertion. Yearly Advertisers will be charged $10 for the first square (twelve lines), and $5 for every additional square. Transient Advertisements, not particularly spe cified as to duration, will be inserted for three months, and charged accordingly. For announcing candidate for office, $10 each payabl in advtane. Agency of thei Banner. 1l MR. S. E. COHEN, of Phidadelphia, is our anthorized Agent for that city, and all moneys for advertisements, subscriptions, &Ac., paid to him will be duly accredited. For Preddent: WINFIELD SCOTT, Of the United States. For Vice President: WILLIAM A. GRAHAM...

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. — 4 September 1852

VENTE DE SUCCÉE$OI'S TL se^roOertb ventîPabjnue, au Mu eoant I et*ir eabhcrissdut, .à i'habitation de feu John'D. Wilkina, dam cette paroisse, le JEUDI, 23m4 joitr du mois de Septembre prochain, la Teat'e commeniant à 10 heares du matin, mvi Lm 1W tates de Bate à cornes, (par snagi urhai,) ddpeaduant de la seasesiUo du dit ietio -Payable . pmiiter jour do maoiis MarspreoebarB 18 l ls * Oqudefiw 'Iaieu r 1 lucibe ^^^l.?.^'}'^^^^^ E l'.Vr Dnl Le î 1 Distrîitr. Pý.rujiLc ' Cie.darii.-A.ttriildi que 1 A. TE -i fili. di . cette paroisse, a eii rm iii., daî .,.,..' Ill me iti.>ii deiiianidaiit duil L4w î,îun. :iiiiiri.eii. de In. susdite que'ession Avis e-s! <e-it I Pr i'i-it d d n u ceL\ i il <ela Put contli i rît dure (Ia r ii. eat pîast Élt Surcession d(e U e o r e i i ' t o .,. 1, É dl. E TAT DE LA LOUISIANA.-Cour de J District, Paroisse Ste. Marie.-Attendu que ADELAIDE LAUGHLIN, veuve du dit George Singleton, décédé, de cette paroisse, a enrégistré dans cette cour une pétiti...

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. — 4 September 1852

VENTE JUDICIAIRE De la Propritr apparte-nat àa Successiol lde Elam tPatterson, décidé. EN vertu d'un ordre lancé de l'honorable Cour L de District dans et pour la paroisse Ste. Ma rie, et à moiadressé et délivré, j'offrirai en vente publique, au plus offrant et dernier enchérisseur, à la dernière résidence d. défunt, dans la ville de Pattersonville, dans cetteparoisse, le JEUDI, 23ême jour de Septembre prochain, 18-52, la vente commençant à 9 heures du matin, la pro priété ci-après décrite, savoir: 1. Une certaine pièce de terre siuée dans la ville de Pattersnville, mesuran$d'enviroû li ar pens de superficie, plus ou moins, ensemble avec toutes les batisses et améliorations qui s'y trou vent, bornée au nord par le lot de John Muggah, à l'est par le Bayou Atchafalaya, au sud par le let de C. B. G. Whelden, et à l'ouest par le che min public. 2. Aussi, une pièe de terre connue et désig . eemme le sud-esiquart de la section 7, dans » mnwmuShp 16, du rang 13 est, mesurant 160 acres de t...

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. — 11 September 1852

-'Al " -.t- --f -_-- - V *Y IlEl. vii FRRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MARY, (ATTAKAPAS,) LOUISIANA .... SEPTEBER I . BER 3. ERan[ .*.Ed , o .i.BER o1ofb t Sand came forward irx'order of battle.- I its terms, and fought as if by a regular I talR,,,, HISTI)RICAL PFrom Ahe NP atioa l Int1 ig ener.rj LIFE ABE WINFIELD SCOTT. (Continsted frQm our last.) SCOTT AgSLGTRD TO IANSTRUCT ANID DISCI PLINZ Q.N. BROWN'S ARMY FOR TEoi NEXT CAMPAIGN. Thus far, those larger operations' of the war which hadibeen entrusted to the more vetclan-.eneral's were, ex cept Harrison's overthlisto of Proctor, failures. It had bedanme clear that either the contest must be. given up, or another kind of commanders must be found. It w~a not that these men were too old, bit :that they were poor soldiers. They had never known enough to be made generals of, and now they were too old to learn. ft is neither because a man is old or because he is young that you can make him safely a leader of armies: Naturd must have created hi...

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. — 11 September 1852

SCOTT sENT TO QUIET THE NULLIFIERS: I DOES IT. He hadhaddly got home from these trying scenes when a fresh order of the Government sent him to another. At the close of 1832 (November) Nullifica tion was coming to a head. A South Carolina Convention had passed its ordinance declaring that the United States revenue laws should not be en forced in that State; and its Legisla ture and Executive were (while insist-i ing that Nullification was the most peaceful of remedies) making all pre parations for armed resistance. Indeed. the whole population had, by four years of incessant agitation, been worked up into little short of a public phrenzy. Two-thirds of them had learnt to be lieve themselves the most oppressed people upon earth: they were ready to go to any extremity: and the readier, because they had in a very bitter oppo sition-party at horme an 0bject of imme diate hate, on whom they longed to \jreak a double vengeance. for not only the sins of the Federal Goverrinent i which that ...

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. — 11 September 1852

No -e.s,/ d-- Enunr! Sarerthwrit,d (/*- d,. FTAT DE LA LOUISIANE.-CoXir ,! -A D.str.f. Par,îiss St. 1arif-Arr tiîîin qua WTILLIA.M W. 'ITCE, curat.ir de l s.sd1i'te succsst. a. ir'-i 'tr( û:n.s c-Lte cour n:u ti bleau dce ,,tn adrui str.itîon, ainsi q. un' ilîtitio.n s.s'ihii aqu- le dit c'.inptc sait approuvc Lt ho Avi mi pr !- prCent dand à n'us ceux qui ts - prr dtn ani s les dix -il! 7 n!t la !,ttt dit préâ.-rit avise les rai MSon (ai waun -- i'ýý out) ur lop ils ie ese rait pas tait idrit t aiii :n'i . . V. FOI MIY, Grefier. Burtau d.i 'ir, ly 1 1 S.,t., 1W2. .Surceessioj, le <u Ip'e JJ ET I' DE1 LAX 1,01,"IÂ\AE.-Cotir de DiLr*s t, -ý \ýiLriV.-Atteiidu qute rC nire d±ui. etC' ] cntuc pcîtittif duu±tidacicut ,ltI -,it rrtoné a dmini strateur de la susdite À vs 1Pest pai le tirÉ.ent <lutin, à touts ceulx qui ceta peut cUflCPýrnCr d' au or ct dédierce dans le dix jurs pccl scilS ,tc. la ihed ais~iy. les rai sic î 'aitolo ic.lscctcîl couil ciilenilne te raitpa f..î tt ct s ac...

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. — 11 September 1852

VENTE JUDICIAIRE De la Propriété appoartenant a la Succession de Elaem Patterson, décédé. EN vertu d'un ordre lancé de l'honorable Cour de District dans et pour la paroisse Ste. Ma rie, et à moi adressé et délivré, jftfrirai en vente publique, au plus offrant et dernier enchérisseur, à la dernière résidence du défunt, dans la ville de Pattersonville, dans cette paroisse,le JEUDI, 23ème jour de Septembre prochain, 18352, la vente commençant à 9 heures du matin, la pro priété ci-après décrite, savoir: 1. Une certaine pièce de terre située dans la ville de Pattersonville, mesurant d'environ 13 ar pens de superficie, plus ou moins, ensemble avec toutes les batisaes,et améliorations qui s'y trou vent, bornée au nord par le lot de John Muggali,* à l'est par le Bayou Atchafalaya, au sud par le lot de C. B. G. Whelden, et à l'ouest par le che AJ public. 2. Aussi, une pièce de terre connue et désig née comme le sud-est quart de la section 7, dans le township 16, du rang 13 est, mesurant 160 ...

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. — 18 September 1852

voJ.lw ý~l. 'NRANKLIN, PARISH OF ST. MIARY, (ATT AITiPAS) ]LOUISIIANA.. S.EPTEMBER I S . NUBE 36. IS¶OlRICAL I [Frtm s Plrsolai Insdligenetr] UOAg WIFipELD SCOTT. (Coned led lomoar last.) 1HE .c.tL sT rTr 'taVtLs 0. 2 o CANA-: This country of ours is always easy to tprsakdthb it bs lost or is on the poin t, s)ýpipggits wovn i bat thoagh . iisdkagaa . y .put is it to, uistrkpre-9 qiioxnt fueiom, it had a g*ea gatsi.p or. a itself the, guardian of every. by elpe's. This! prodeint d4ispsitstp has more than once tL.eateno0i to.et 4 into greaktrouble, e w.a th ,e Nsttionl 0somD-, ietian seip ~g ourselv . In 1837 it w)ir: netr plungiag us tnto.a war with Great Britain. At that time an inusur eection was attempted in Canada. Its Mjeel was the independence of that teooat.y. Baut far the greater part of the population preferred remaining teder the British Government, and the revlt was.at once crushed, rather by the Canadian militia than the Govern a.usnt troops. This should have been ,eaoug ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Planters' banner. — 18 September 1852

was not to be laid low by the paltry plotters who lurked at home and in trigued while he was wining us great territories, and earrying forward our rational standard teosmany wondeful iamphs. PLANT 8', B3ANNER. PUBLISHED EVERY SATURDAY, BT THOMAS F. JOHNSON, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. T E i x s:-YThispaper will be furnished to sub scribrs at 3 par uanum, in advsance; $4 if paid at the expiration of six months, or $5 at the expintion of the year. Advertisements inserted at the u.ual price, viz: Per square of twelve lines, first time, $1; and at half that rate for every subsequent in sertion. Yearly Advertisers will be charged $10 for the first square (twelve lines) ,ad $,5 for every additional square.. Transient Advertisements, not particularly spe cified as to duration, will be inserted for three months, and charged accordingly. For announcing candidate for office, $10 each paable is adMvane. Ageny of the aemer. Y- MR. b. . E. COHEN, of Phidadelphia, is our authorized Agent for that city...

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. — 18 September 1852

1'"TT Illk~ ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. SHursel 4r HoskiXs, C(OUR DE DISTRICT. vs. alias fi. fa. No. 4179. Thomas A. Dor. Paroisse Ste. Marie. v N vertu d'un alia ordre de fteri ficias Smoi adressé, j'offrirai en vente publique, au comptant, à la maison-df-cour de cette paroisse, dans la ville de Franklin, le SAMEDI, 2d jour d'Octobre prochain, 1852, entre 11 heures du matiu et 4 heures de l'après-midi, la propriété suivante, savoir: Tous les droits. titres, intérêts et demands de Thomas A. Dow en et à une certaine quantité des billets, comptes, et drafts dans les mains d"s personnes diverses dans cette paroisse. Saisi comme étant la propriété de Thomas A. Dow, pour satisfaire l'ordre ci-dessus. W. F. HAIFLEIGH, Shérif. Paroisse Ste. Marie, le 18 Sept, 1852. ETAT DE LA LOUISIANE. Thomas Smarden COUR DE ISTRICT, v. ~~o. 44-50. Chlristopher Green et al. Paroisse Ste. Marie. EN vertu d'un ordre de firi facias à moi adressé, j'offrirai en vente publique, à la miaison-de-cour de cette paroisse...

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. — 18 September 1852

-: :, VENTE JUDICIAIRE De la Propriaé appartenota la Se.ressiond ' am PatfersonZ, decidF. EN vertu d'un ordre lancé de l'honorable Cour de District dans et pour l paroisse Ste. Ma rie, et i'bi adre et dlivré, joftfriai en venLe pblique, 1 plaindOént et dernier enehérisseur, Sla dernitre résidence du défunt, dans la ville de 'Paetsonville, dans cette paroisse,le J EUIDI, 23ème jour de Septembre prochaiu, 182, la vente comminçant à 9 heures du matin, la pro prité6 ei-apr- décrite, savoir: 1. Une certaine piice de terre située dans la ville de Pattesnville, mesurant d'environ I1 ar pew du superdice, plus oi moins, easembleavec itote Il batiome et améiirationaqui r'y trou ant, boerée aaLturd pr le let de John Muggah, à l'et par le Bayou Atchafalaya, au sud par le lot de C. B. G. Wheldfn, et à l'ouest par le che mina pblie. 2. Atis, ami piece d terre onnue et d6sig S.mcomapele sud-est quaat de la sction 7, dans le torasài 16, du rang 13 est, mesurant 160 acme de terre, plus ou mails, et ...

Publication Title: Planters' Banner, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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