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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 November 1850

Published. by James Ilarper. "Truth and Justice. . - . . 1 . A ' ' At $1 30 in Adranc Volume XV. Number 51. GAL LIPOLIS, OHI O, NOVEM BER 21; 1 850: Whole Number 779. : THE JOURNAL, Ia published every Thursday morning RY JAMES HARPKR, In Telegraph Building,Puhlie Square. -si ; : ' -. , - Tnvs: 1 copy one year.paid in advance, 91 50 1; . 1f paid sri'hin the year, t 00 For Clubs. Pour copies, $5 50 Six : 8 00 . . Ten . " IS 00 , The person getting up a club of tew will be entitled to one copy gratis, so long as the club continues by his exer tions. The cash, in these cases, must Invariably accompany the names. . ADTERTisnro: One square 3 insertions, $1 00 Each subsequent insertion, 25 One square 6 months, ' 4 00 V 1 year. ' 6 00 'To those who advertise larger a libe ra! reduction will be made. The Mitten. The Mitten. BY ONE OF THE CHAPS WHO GOT IT. I knew a little gH- Bill, wjth bright and curling hair, The prettiest in the world, Bill, - And saucy as she's fair. Her eyes are like bri...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 November 1850

THE JOURNAL. MDTTntB mXT THT1SDAT sTOWrntO, BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of SO, in advance 5 OEce in Tetegrnplr Building, Pottle gejmre. rss. hakt, and " 4. A. HASH Editor. GALLIPOr,!. TnrvwDAV. . nor. sia im ''"Judge Chaney has been elected in Fairfield county, a member of the Constitutional Convention, in place of Robertson, declined. The Gazette thinks it a change for the better., It could hardly be worse. Jaceson County. The popula tion of this county is 12,825. The Standard thinks'there are within the old boundaries of the county 15,000. In 1S10 the population was 9744. Mr. T.R. Mathews, Deputy Mar shal of Jackson county, furnishes the Standard with the names of 30 persons who hare contributed $1 each to the erection of the Washing ton Monument There are ten flat boats, loaded with cannel coal, from Kanawha, ly ing at our wharf. The coal is in tended for the New Orleans market. Those desiring to subscribe to the American Art Union should do so at once. The inducements are ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 November 1850

A Neck and Neck Race. , A. roost remarkable stat of case in the population of Dayton, Columbus and. Cleveland, was pat oa record in - the census of those cities foi 1840 and 1S46, and bids fair, by present appearances, to exist in the recent decennial enumeration for 1850. This is the slight difference in pops lation of all three cities, it all these periods:;"", - :v . .1840, 1846. ,1850. Columbus, 61)48 , 10,616 17.656 Cleveland, . 6,071 . 10.135 ' 17,500 Dayton, -.. 6,067 . 10,192 : The census of Davton for 1850 is cot yet on file.- Cisfs Advertiser. "'The Davton Journal trves the population of Dayton 13,104. ' - Cauvoknia Covm. We are in debted to a friend for a copy of this paper. It is the only Whig pape in California.' We make the follow ing extract 'from the Courier, in re gard to the press: - There are now in this city, six daily papers, namely, Alta Califor nia, Pacific News, Herald, California Courier, Picayune ' and Journal of Commerce.: - Besides these, are the Illustra...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 21 November 1850

From the Philadelphia Bullet in Terrible Steamboat Accident.—Dreadful Terrible Steamboat Accident.—Dreadful Loss of Life. PARTICULARS OF THE DISASTER. ' Th Mamwtic Telegraph, last even in, broucht intelligence from New Castle, Delaware, H the explosion of the boiler of the steam Propeller 1 et- ejrrapfvon tha river Delaware, off j that place, a few minutes after seven o'clock', attended with the scalding of several of the passengers and a dreadlul loss oI life. The TaleirraDh arrived here at an r!w hour this moraine io tow of the steam tuz Ticer. We have made every exertion to ascertain; the facta of .this t melancholy casualty, and have gathered the following partial lars: .t-j..- The Telegraph (a high pressure steamer) belongs to the Philadelphia and Baltimore Steamboat Company, and is one of the boats of what is known as the Errieson Line. She carries passengers and freight-be t ween this, city uod Baltimore, via the Chesapeake and Delaware Ca nal. She was, we believe, built, at ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 November 1850

OURS J. Jll JLJo '- ( " T Published by James IXarper. "Truth and Justice." At ft ao in Advance Volume XV. Number 52. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, NOVEMBER 28, 1850. Whole Number 780. OA. THE JOURNAL, ro la published every Thursday morning -T1T JAWES HARPER. 1 Telegraph Building, Tublie Square. il. . Tiims: I copy one yenr.paid in advance, tl 60 1 if paid wi'hin the year, ; 8 00 tot CtvBS, Four copies, , . f 5 60 Six " 8 00 , Ten " ; IS 00 " The person getting ud a club of txh win be entided to one copy gratis. o long as the cluh continues by his exer tions. The cash, in these cases, must Invariably accompany the names. $1 00 Adtertisiko:. One square 3 insertions. Each subsequent insertion, One square 8 months, 4 01 ? " 1 year. (01 -"To those who advertise largftr a Iibe ral reduction will be made. November. BY P. C. SHANNON Oh'. November, bleak November, . -Thou saddesc month of all. Thou m archest on with solemn step, And bearest summer's pall! At midnight hour on Hallow'en, 'As old October d...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 November 1850

THE JOURNAL PBBLISHED EVERY TBTBSBAT KORirnTO, BY JAMES HARPER, m ak s 1 .JaaniM At the" Io Prtce l ,B oaT'"" , Office- ?n Telegraph Bailding, Pahllc Saaare. . jas: barter, and "J Ediltort. S. A. HASH ) . GALLIPOL1S. rnVBSDAT. - WOT. 98. ISM. ' This week we issue the Journal one day in advance of our usual time. The cause of this is not of frequent occurrence, and we shall seldom tail to distribute the Journal to out town subscribers on Wednesday evening. Thanksgiving. Thursday, the 28th inst, is the day set apart by Got. Ford to be observed as a day of thanksgiving and prayer throughout the State. Fit and proper is the-observance of such a day at this season of the year. The products of labor during the heat and bustle of summer, have been liberal. The harvests are gathered, and all are preparing for winter, which comes on apace. While the toil of the husband man has been well rewarded, other branches of industry have not been without their return. That disease, whose mysterious vi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 November 1850

jttijwteslt fm the Cnaltlawtte Jaw rat. Boston Nov. 25th, P. M. The call for Union meeting for to morrow afternoon has ..three thousand signatures.. " By an arrival at Salem we learn that the brie Perry arrived at St. Helena from the west coast of Africa ' safe, on the 1st of Sept. ; " . New York, Sept. 25th, P. M. v Sutii Captured. An arrival from Sierra Leone reports that a Brazilian Slaver was captured by a British cruiser ofl the coast of Upez, ana sent into oi rra Leone. She had on board tip- wards of 200 slaves. N. York Market, Nov. 25th, P. M. Cotton unchanged; sales of S00 bales Sales 6,000 bhls Flour at S4 68 to 4 81 for State and Western. Sales of Ohio Wheat at 113 to 116c; for Genessee 120 to 125c is asked. Old Corn 70 to 701; new 60 to 62c. Pork dull and sales light at 8 1 1 44 for Mess and 8 44 for Prime. Lard 74 to 71. Ohio But ter 9 to Jlc. Prime cheese 6 to 6ic, in 4 Louisville, Nov. 25th, P. M. River, falling slowly with 4 feet 11 inches water in the canal. Weather ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 28 November 1850

Romance in Shipwreck. ' Man?- interesting as well as pain ful incidents connected with the ex plosion and wreck or the Pulaski steamer, which occurred aome ten orfilteen years ago, era related bv those who were saved from de struction. , Amongst others, the fol lowing is told . of Mr. Kidge, Irom New Orleans, and a Miss Onslow, from soma of the southern States, two of the nnfortonatet who were picked op the fifth day, about fifty miles from land." It is stated of the gentleman, that he bad been sitting, on the deck alone lor half an hour previous to the acriJent. Another gentleman, who was walking near him at the time of the explosion, was thrown overboard, and himself was precipitated nearly over the side ot the boat and stunned. He recover ed !mmediatelyr as - he supposed, when he heard some one remark "Get out the small boat--she is sink ing." He was not acquainted with a solitary individual in the boat. Under such circumstances, it was natural to suppose he would feel quite as m...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 December 1850

TPV" vv n PT VvJ Ml 13 "rT'VwVr i niioi rurr . it . -j r . iff.ni r: " 1 tit" . : ' Published by James Ilarper. " Tru th: and J utice. i ' : . i At; $1 so a Advance Volume; XVL Number 1. GAL LI POLIS, ,,OH I O , D EC E MB.ER 5 . 18 5 0 . Whole Number -781. - f. X.J'; THE JOURNAL, Is published" every Thursday morning ;;bt jawes harper, In Telegraph Building, Public Square, i-. r. z - Tkeks: ' 1 copy one year.paid in adranee, 91 60 I ' " if paid within the year, - t 00 Foe Clpbs. Four copies, tS 50 (',.- "Six . " , V 8 00 - Ten . 13 00 The person getting up a club of teh will be entided to one copy gratis, so long as the club continues by his exer tions. The cash, in these cases, must Invariably accompany the names. ' Advertising: One square 3 insertions. Each subsequent insertion, One square 6 months, . t or $1 oo 25 4 00 6 00 -To those who advertise larger a libe' ral reduction will Jbe made. For the Gallipolis Journal. For the Gallipolis Journal. Stanzas. Long years have flown sinc...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 December 1850

THE JOURNAL. VVBLISHXD ITHI WMMt KM1CDT9, BY JAMES HARPER, At the. low price of II W, tB advance . Office' in Telegraph Building, PaMto (! -. jas. EAirn, Bid . Mm WASH Editors. GAXjLIPOLIS. TBIJfMDir. 9MC.9. ISM. The Constitutional Convention. This body re-assembled on Monday -last la the city of Cincinnati, pursu ant to the resolution of adjournment " Tbe length of time it will require to finish their labors, no one who gave them the slightest attention previous to the adjournment, can form any opinion. Instead of confining their time and attention to amending the constitution in parts which experi ence had taught might be made bet ter, the majority of the Convention resolved upon the labor of making a new c o n s t i t ution throughout throwing wide open the door for the discussion at least, at the people's expense, of every new notion set afloat by the progressives of the day, a class who have discovered a more luminous light than experience to guide them. Had the Convention turn...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 December 1850

DELINQUENT LIST. a 1;t of lands and town lot retained delinnnent fcr the Treasurer of Gallia , county, for the taxes of the year, .', added a penalty of twenty-fire per tax ol eighteen nunared and fifty: Oirxnu' Nakes. 21. T. . See. . No. I. Ohio.' Stone L.M.E. 15 Stone Henry A 15 Unknown . 14 : No.. 2. Ham-sosoh. .6 6 82 10 29 IL ' S3 36 . II 27 3 16 35 S6 86 31 5 6 Angel Cornelius 15 15 15 15 15 Bearer John' Bird John Cooper John bating John Clendenin Wm heirs 15 Fitts Elias : 15 Gills Willis 15 Howell William ' -15 ' Shoemaker John : 15 Stewart Scott - - 15 No. 3. Ciat. Hazletts Joseph - .'14 Lesley David's heirs 14 Leclercq Augustin-' 15 ' ; Steine John 14 Wia Henry 14 Wise John 14 No. 4. Gallipolis. Beard James 14 same 14 LasleyDavid's heirs 14 ReynoldsCaleb hr's 14 No. 5. Addisox. Bing Wm.'s heirs 14 Mathews Phineas 14 same 14 Switzer Metellus 14 ' same " 14 No. 6. Cheshibb. Fife DaTid 14 Jones Hezekiah 14 Logue Alexander 14 Ward Nahum . 14 No. 7. Ginx. BlessingGideon hr's 15 ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 5 December 1850

Oregon. Amidst .the dazzliPg gl 'J surround the new State of California, the more roodest and more substan tial advantages which the settler may fihtfin the Territory of Oregon have lately been comparatively overlook ed." " The placers of the Sacramento and the trade of San Francisco have for eome time past been held op be fore the eyes ot the world as almost the only object worthy the attention of the e'migrant, either Irom Europe or America. This will probably con tinue to be the case so long as the California excitement shall last which, for aught we know to the contrary, may be an indefinite pe riodbut whenever this feverish thirst for gold shall abate, and the tide of emigration shall return to its natural channels, the immense re sources and the unquestionable ad vantages which Oregon presents to the permanent settler will again at tract public attention, and draw to it the most valuable portion of the emi grants to the Pacific. Indeed, even amidst the general rush to the land...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 December 1850

tans oalfjc'Jrili ttdt SttH auu'eg ,-v'.ti -s.j rai Ps jd v-v! eii li .ts?4 : 1 t. Upj ?t'vi l-vi 9-A:tu ri-.-c Tf.it r? I.rnbc tj ca fc'. '-ii tniB r !rfi (; 5; : ju-; a. If. I .f ., n J. .... y K 1 ,; n y, 1 T y, jj 5 Ji.i ...J J; 5 .', J- I! O.--: Published 'by James. Harper. "Trn tbiand' Juitlce." '-. t.i -i m r f. ri- VoIttiiSP XYLtr Number;: 2. G A L L I P O L I S , O II 1 0 ; ; ( D E C E 31 BE J ;12 tr j'850 Whole Nu5Ib?r782. ;' f r i ,.t. 1 .USiTl THE JOURNAL, - " - '-r r' T - ,. Is published rery Thinday morning niftj A5IES: HARPER, 1 Tttegrapt BuUiing,Pvhlie Square. 1 copy she yew.paid In mirance, f 1 50 1 if naid within tha year, ; . 2 00 FocCwfBS-Foar copies, S 50 v,. t Six " , ; 8 00 !vr Ten i , 13 00 The person getting up a club of tew will be entided to one copy gratis, so long as the club continues by bis exer tions. The cash in these cases, must Invariably accompany the names. : AnrsxTisnro: On square 3 insertions, . Each subsequent insertion, One square 6 months, ....

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 December 1850

THE JOURNAL. resume nT wtmdat oura, BY JAMES HARPER, At the low price of f 1 50, in advance Offica in Telegraph Building, ? jas. ba, and ) mvoru GALLIPOL1S. fHVBlT, - 1. ISM. The Messages. Tbe President's message, which we circulated last xlr ii " x J it spoken or by aii, inenos ana oppo nents, as a well written and able State paper. It is short, yet embra ces all the various topics material to notice, and each is passed upon in a remarkably clear manner. No mes sage: of any former President has been receive! by the country gener ally with such unqualified approba tion as President Fillmore's. Gov. Ford's message, which was delivered to both branches of the Legislature, Thursday of last week, will be read with much interest by the citizens ol Ohio. That portion devoted to the State Finances is full, and represents our af fairs in a prosperous condition. Our present financial system, notwith standing the loud and angry denun ciation of the Locofoco party, and the awful future that it...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 December 1850

tht kpod beibre themf-lbey become conteut-d, happy end ambitious, and io mdspiastancea pake fair- promise of becoming respectable citizens. From' the condition of this State, the tiro i not diilant when necessity and 'policy, and ad adherence to that , enlightened : course of benevolence which has heretofore characterized our legislation, will require for as a like institution. Ohio, from her peculiar' position, must be the pathway for nearly all such public improvements as re Q tended for the carrying business of thecountry, and lying between the lake and the river will always have easy access to the market for agri cultural productions at all points of the country. : , , . Having the dilute of nearly five degrees of Jatitude from north to oath, and a soil f'r fertility equal to r h.r f niratrv. it can and does grow almost ail 01 fho produc tions of the temperate ; zone". The productions and sales from either of the; great branches of agrreUi'ture, more than twice pay the whole Sta...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 12 December 1850

GEOUO A ,1 .Mj l21mm-w ' ' " - T V T- S "fT? r B-, 1 -...". -"-.r"' - ,w 1 .-...a. : ni iiwr;i 4 list cfMands' and town loU Mimned de!l.vruentiy the Treasurer of Galfia county, for the taze oflne jw,- eighteen hundred odforty-nino, to which ?s addod i1niitroi twemy-nve -percesfaa ana luiercai, regwuicr.n." r Utmu' imam..- Sec. Lot. feme L. M. K. r.3 I - Ston Henry A .15 S Unlnowii 1 VMl r6 640 6 640 No. 2. HAMsof0. AnttTCoraeMc 1 10r, n!. Bnrtr John 15 49 640 Bird John .v -r i , Cocker hAn. ?c ; 15 r-a CtingJohn lstr 3 tv OeadenJn Wo hein 15411 Fhts Eiiw' IS- 4-27-Gillt Willi V H!" T 4 7 fS HowU Willim - US 4 6 640 640 640 '640 C6 640 '0 640 640. 640 !!Knintr Jdha. tSr r 3 Stevart Scott '111 c 15 4 II No. 1--Cut. Hazlett Joseph 14 f6 31 5 f S LaaJejDarid'i heiri 14 J, Leclercq Anguatin . 15 , SteiM John . i 14 Henry" 14 WiaaJohn J 14 ! No." 4. GiixrMUS. aame i . j . -4 f .LaaleyDarid'a heirs 14 ' : ynoldsCale tar's 14 No- 5. Addmoh' ' TKup Wiri.'s aeira 14,- 35 '- ' 35 29 ' 311 34 6...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 December 1850

Lstist r.ia .Jna'rs ft!j- ' . . B ."!T.,..ir,. ..IT ,rnr-N. 7 i.- TT 7n -. w CZr-.--: V:" .-co ir.z ,6lii ci r.-'Al -siq tlairtifts njii.'o l-.it - t s .:T x: Published ly Jaiiies ,narpe. "Truth and Justice! ' At $1 so ii Atfratie t3i 1. i- Volume XVI. Number .3. i.-'V , G AL II I P OL I S , Q ni O , DTZC E 31 BE It 1 9; II 850 Whole Number;7483 - ( t ; p ' -' """"""T1 i , . . ' .... r:;" ' ' - the journal; J published ;every Thursday morning fsBY : HAKPER, 'in Teh'grapl Buildin,PNie Sputre. v,; ,; t:;. .1 ... : : 3T7; .si . Teks ... . copy one year, paid in advance, tt 60 I . , if paid wiihi ihe year t 00 'Foa Cwss. Four Copies; J f 5 60 !;; .; :. gj, : r 8 00 il- Ten' '-"' - .:IS. 00 - The person getting op a club of tes .-rill be entitled to one copy gratis, so long as the dub continues by its exer tions. The eash, in these casss must Jnvariably accompany the names. ADTEtTISINO: $1 One square 3 insertions, 'Each subsequent insertion, "One square 6 months, . cu . j xrar, ': ,: "' ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 December 1850

npTTT? TiTTR'TV AT, rtlUlBXO ITI1T THVRSDAT IOWUKBi BY JAMES HARPER, At tb low price.ofjl60i 111 mnc . OSce in .Telegraph Building, Pafellc (nni J; ? Editors. n a. hash GAXLIPOLIS. fMBWir. - PEC. . 1S3- .' LntlLATIV Twif MAHCB SOCIETY. iThose members of the Legislature "friendly to the organization of Legis llative Temperance Society met in aha Senate Chamber, one evening last week. Uov. r ord was appoin ted Chan man. The Society was J permanently organized by electing Lewis, of the Senate, President Wil . liamion, of the House, and Cunning ham, of the Senate, Vice Presidents , Feifchfld, of the House, Secretary,: and James, ol the House, Treasurer. I Tha meeting was addressed during ' the evening by Got. Ford, and Mr. 'Geiger, of the Senate. Legislative. V"' The following letter reached us too " late for insertion in our last. We hope . to hear from this correspondent Ire ' quently. COLUMBUS, Dec. 7. 1850. - Dear Sir: I hare not before had an op portunity of aoying anything to you ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 December 1850

V - . shall, in censequenet of an j taw or regulation v therein, be, discharged from Bch service or labor, but' shall .be delivered Dp, on claim of the ear , 4o whopo such er7ce or labor jut pe due. , ,. - t It is matter of public history, that -this provision was inserted in the Constitution of the United States, as the result ol a' compromise, and "for the parpose of enabling the own lrs of fugitive slaves to recover them ,fn tha free states: and that, without 3t,' Ho .constitution could hare , been for tried.. The provision, I believe to fca binding npon the state, and upon ,tha people of the states, and every public functionary blunder the sol emn obligations of an th to obey ita 'mn1 m. Bv means 01 mis "Con'ffress had the discretionary pow er to legislate, to carry out the de aign of the provision, not infringing on auy owcr ni vi Boviiuu . iu that . instrument; and this constitu tion, and the laws of Congress and .treaties made in pursuance of it, are declared to be the suprem...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 19 December 1850

DELINQUENT LIST. jkiiw"5' lnd tad town 1ot returned ox otvigtiteeo hundred and fifty: Owxem' Nawm-..- - . . S. -T. - Zm. - No. .Ouie. - : .- - Stone L;M. t -15- -3 Rtone Henry A ,5,9 UaVnown i. .14 1 .11 j ' No. 2. IIabusosoh. . . . C 6 t2i: Angel Cornelius JB JoSr.:' DlrdJooa Cooper John , , 15 4 :.. 14 .:15 ...1 - 10 ;.24 - t tt t3 . '-Hi ' 11 27 M :i6 V-l .35 ... 16 CtendenlnWm heirs 15 u f Pitt, riim ' 1 " 15 ' 4 ' Howell William 15-. -4 oK-a-eT John 15 4 Stewart Scott , . . - 15 - 4 No. 3. CiitJ i Hazletis Joseph" " 14" ' t. Lasloy David's heirs 14 3 Leclercq Augustin 15 4 .Steine John : Y .. . . 14 1 Wif Henry .14 t -WseJoha . - l t No. 4. Galupoui. Beard James " 14 3 ". " same . 14 . 3 LesleyDavid's heirs 14 3 KaTBoldsCaletihr'a 14 3 f!o 5. Addisoji. . te 31 5 te. 35 35 19 29 - 31-3! 34 Bin J Wm.'a heira. -14 Mathews Phineaa -14 4 6,12,18 4 17-23: same a 1 4 -( - 4 , .Switxer Metellua 14 . 4 4 - same .14 4 23- 20 20 . No 6. Cheshibb. -. Fits David 14 531 Jones Hetekiati 14 5 ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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