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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 8 October 1851

1 1 1 . . 2 1 HOI "Till- BLESSINGS OF GOVSKNMSSV, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR.-'-Jackson. A raiuily Xcvsi:ipcr: devoted to Politics, Literature'; Science, Agriculture, Foreign ami Domestic "Acws. 6 E 7 Tti P 1 1 I 1 11 Volümö 1. -J II ".IML-! THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. h published e ve r y AYcdncsda y, by JOHN Q. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana. if paid in advance, (or within two months M"ter rtbscribinir,) ------ $J... If paid within six months, - - - Js'J.OO. !fdelaved after tl.at time, - - - $'2,50. jrrThe almve terms will be strictly adhered Ia.;;,. XT-Town subscribers who have their paper eft bV- the Carrier, will be ch.ir-ed Fifty cents "- . . K!i adtlitiou totlie subscription price. j irrNo paper will be discontinued until nil fvaMjjesare pauU f uless at the option of the touViishr. Terms of Advert kin?. -Advertisements will 1C conspicuously inser ted in trie 'Plymouth Pilot,' at the following jiriees, viz: or 1 square (o...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 8 October 1851

V t X - THE PILOT. PLYMOUTH, ISDIAXA. OCT The highest price will be paid for RAGS cotton ami linen, if delivered at this office immediately. WOOD! WOOD!! Those of our subscribers who promised to pay us in wood will please bring it on immediately as wc are oct, and want to have our winter's wood all brought in. as the mornings are getting very cold and itls not the thing that it is cracked up to be" to set type without fire. Who comes first? 0C3 "God'y's Lady's Rook," for Oc tober presents an interesting amount of leading matter together with several splendid engravings among which are: "The Heart's Resolve," Memory," and a "Peej at the Fair." DCS" "Graham's Magazine" for Octo ber is replete with splendid engravings and interesting selections from the best writers. The embellishments are: 'The Dawning Light," "Paris Fashions' and a "A Scene in the Country." XjCT" We have received from Tetzti E. Abel, No. 3S4 North Second St. Phila delphia, copy of a new game of tlat, called the SNAKE...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 8 October 1851

"0 I fr' w-ii-'lJ ' Sf i " " GENERAL CASS. Our readers will fiiul below an ex tract from the address delivered by this distinguished patriot and statesman in 'reply to G. 15. Post, who presented him. on the Dth instant, a splendid Rold ring, on behulfof the citizens of Califor nia. Explaining the motives of the do- nors. Air. Tost said: It is Presented, General, as a tribute i . ... .. .. .. ,.i i r.... I most justly due you as the able and fear- i less advocate of liberty and the tfjnal j riEhts of man, as tae zealous ami consist-1 ent upholder and advocate of the con stitution and the Union of the United States, as the bold and ardent defender j of our countrr ana its interests, abroad and at lome, in war and in peace, as the 'noble and undismayed bearer of the standard of the democratic party of the Union in 1818, and last, but not least, :as one of the earliest, most devoted, and ablest friends of the State of Cali fornia." General Cass, in reply, after thanking the donors for t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 8 October 1851

POETS' CORNER. .iUXT HETTY'S TO LET JN 1730. BY F. D. CAüK. Come listen, pirls ant I will ttll A! out Aunt Hetty's toilet; 'Tv.asone that ira'-cd Let passiner well Don't laugh and r.inkc me spoil it, Aunt Hetty stool just live feet ten Without her shoes and hoiC; A Vt-11-formed and graceful too, withal, Blue eyes and Grecian nose. Her hair above her reverence bump, Was always neatly tied, rflndo'era nine inch cushion drawn, And fastened on one M'de: While fearful frizzles stood upright Upon her temple jmooth, For glossy ringlets then were held Both ugly and uncouth. Lone strings of pearls oTmilky hue Hüng careless from her neck, O'er her vandyke, cut square before, Of muslin without speck. Her dress, of coitly damask silk, Full five ells wide er mre, Vas stiffen'd with a whaletone hocp, And swept the sanded floor. Tie ample sleeve the elbow rach'd, And fastened ly a land; And jL-loves with frills six inches deep, Adorned each pretty hand. The waist, three-quarter. of a yard, Was tri...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 15 October 1851

ID 1JU "THE WLK&S1KGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN. SHOULD BÄ SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR ."-Jackso. A Family IVcwspnpcv: devoted to Polities. Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign ami Domestic IYcyvs. Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, Oct. 15, 1851. Number 39'. Volume 1. m E "dt V" ffiT - - $ r ,( V4 .1 . i - 'J ill -I . .i ! - i i , J U 'f i H ; i ; : t . ' J -: ? : ; 1 7 THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is published every Wednesday, by JOHN Q. HOWELL. At Plymouth, Marsshall County Indiana. ssl rast äs 9 if paid in advance, (or within two months after subscribing,) ------ I.."0. If paid within six months, - - - $2.00 Ifdebiyed after that time, - - - 0. XjThe above terms will be strictly adhered to putiticely. X'rTown subscribers, who have their paper left by the Carrier, will be charged Fifty cents in addition to the subscription price. O'No paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. Terms of Adv...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 15 October 1851

1 .1 i 5 I ) - f . ! i THE PILOT. n-YJIOÜTSI, irvDi.ixA. WEDNESDAY, ecTTTrTsJlT r- ri , . . . ... , . . r CO" The highest price will be paid for' RAGS cotton and linen, if delivered at this office immediately. Wood. Those of our subscribers who promised to pay their subscription in wood.are requested to bring it along im-! mediately. We do not wish the provi ding of our winter's wood delayed till the roads and weather get bad. We would inform our contribu ... t. . , . tor "Lpaminondas that his production t : i r ! uui . me usiac mal w r jiain lur ; it; an l lliat his head contains more poul- ; try than poetry. We think his position letter adapted to the cultivation of caJ-fore lages and pokcbcrricx. Or, perhaps, he j would prefer the office of "Pairer of Toe j Nails to the Great Mogul," or the ap-1 7 pointment of "Envoy Extraordinary and ! Judge Plenipotentiary" to the Court of j hlephontoon at Rruggahore. Either of j which must honorable callings he can have by an early application...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 15 October 1851

t? .- p ii 'nvi uviiiu.i in unuuium hu teinv-iive r r iiig 1 aus, f.i.t .... ....li ,A.f .i..,'m;.. ii nMici, ucv u., .-, . ri.c. ,;.-i. v,ui A. O I 0 I t 4 0 4r ! I I: Temperance puts wood on the fire, flour in the barrel, vi;or in the body, intelligence in the brain, and spirit in the "whole composition of man. D t c D On the 11th ult. Mr. Walker, Esq. of Fulton Co. Ia. Mr. W. was a kind and exemplary Christian, a loving husband, a tender pa rent and one of the best of neighbors, II clothed the naked and fed the hun gry. He has left a widow and a la rue family to lament his loss. "Blessed are the dead that die in the Lord." ii. M. II. PLYMOUTH PILOT OFFICE. Wednesday, Oet. 13, 1S31. List of Letters REMAINING in ti e Post Office atPlymonth Marshall County, Indiana, on the lstday of October li5!, and if not taken out before the 1st of January, they will be sent to Wash ington City as dead letters. Apples Green, 73, DrV, 81,50, Butter, per lb. 8, Beeswax, per lb 20, Broo . T doz. $1,...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 15 October 1851

a POETS' CORNER. TUE JUSI1FUL LOVER. I never rpote to her of love, Though summer, fall ami spring, I changed my dickey and my Loot3 To do that very thing! But, while I sat, though I went in Kesolved to dare my fate, My resolution, with my dog, Lay shivering at the gate. For years her shadow was my light, She must have known it all, Although I only blushed and sighed, And stammered in the hall. Once, only, 'dearest, I ,' the blood Kan crimson to her cheek.' My heart lay beating on my tongue 'Twas all I dared to speak. She read the meaning of my flowers, She treasured all my rhymes, Faint heart ne'er won,' upon the snow, She wrote a thousand times. And in the silver sand she'd try To make me rhyme her dove, But, stupid! I, with all her help, M'ould never wiite niy love. I never spoke to her of love, ' My tongue failed at the start, And so lived to swear I would, And curse my chicken heart. One steady pulse, on gasp of pluck, To nerve my quivering frame, And J had bravely spoken out Al...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 29 October 1851

1 Id: r 1 H Li: "THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT. LIKE THE DlAvS OF IteAVEN. SUOULD BE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR." Jacksox. I A Family TVcwspapor: levottd to Politics. Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic Keirs. Plymouth, Iflarshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, Oct, 29, 1851, Number 41. 'Volume 1. I I I II I III Ml III LOT n. " w ' -- - - .. . 1 . . - .. . 'i : i I " 7.1 fa ft 4 J "J ;! 2 u - i ,J i .v.t 3 t :1 THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Ii pnblislcd e re ry AVcdnesday, by ... JOHN Q. 110 WELL. iit PiymoulA, JIarshall County Indiana. Jf paid in advance, (or within two months 'after subscribing,) $1,30. If paid within six months, - - - Ifdetayed after t! at time, - - - SiÄ.SO. j3The above terms will be strictly adhered lO positively. irTown subscriber.', who have their p.npcr iVttby the Carrier, will le charged Fifty cents in addition to the subscription price. X3"No paper will le discontinued until nil arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the 'publisher...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 29 October 1851

THE PILOT. riiMOtTH, IXIMAXA. 1 CuF The "highest price will be paid for HAGS cotton and linen, if delivered at this -office immediately. CCjT Mr. James Brewer who was com ritted to jail in this place, some two months since on a charge of stealing a uit of clothes, M as taken out last even ing on a writ of habeas corpus, and set at liberty. ; (? "GoJeys Lady's Book" for No vember has been received. Among the the numerous' engravings are two beau- tiful mezzo tin'.; representing Good Counsel' and" "Ex il Counsel' done by the most celebrated engraver of that style in Philadelphia. Now is the lime to sub Fcribe for this beautiful magazine. Terms 83 per annum. Address L. A. Godey, 113 Chestnut street, Philadelphia. - C3 "Graham's Magazine" for Novem ber is decidedly the rival imgazinc cf the month. The splendor cf its embellish ments cannot be surpassed. If anv of our subscribers, and the ladies in partic ular desire .& delightful companion to nc company them through the long and wea...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 29 October 1851

X I 3 f'O I ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER ILLIN- (MSIMPORTANT FROM CALI- FORNIA. . . New York. Oct, 19. 8 P. M. The steamer Illinois, from Chagres end Kingston, arrived this morning. She brings three hundred and seventy four passengers and $1,857,353, of which sum 8350,009 was in the hands of pas- engers. Wc have California dates to the 15th of September. The result of the late election was not known to a certainty, but the Morning Post, "Whig, is inclined to think that party, is beaten. The ban Francisco papers were dis- cussing the question-of the vigilance committee. The Morning Post publish es arr article which lashes severely that telf-constituted tribunal. Marysville was visited by another destructive fire on the 10th of Septem ber. It broke out-in the Iinuor stni-f of Mitchell & Muses, on the south side of Fust street. i:iners upon tne oars are averaging from two to three ounce.-; daily. The r.i cr puanz mines oi,me sierra evaua moun- tains are every day giving fresh evidence ' ...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 29 October 1851

i t t. i: s -J POETS CORNER. : THE PRMITVE AGIUCTOUSt! Tcne 77. PoccLers. I'll giro you a Iruthful history I cabbaged from ancient lore. 'Tis all 'about Adam anJ Eve. my friend.?, "Youve heard of 'cm likely before; They -were peutde of anc ient family A far as 'ti? known to me. And round this table are gathered the shoots : - Of the old aaccs.ral tree! CsicRrs. or bright, Oh! there are diyj of deli.;, whether cloudy Af all seasons of the year! When Adam waked up in the ga.dea "With a ticklish pain in his side, lie cccked his elbows akimbo, And stared upon Eve in her pride; Faid he,."tis a novel variety Of fruit that may wither and waste, it is certainly pleasant to look at, 'll try if 'its pleasant to taste!' Cijoms. So he kissed her cheek, and the rores That were nothing but white till then, Caught quicLly the dazzliusr brilliancy That raises the dev I with men! Away with the vaunted similt! Jl should certainly Le reverrcd, rose, 'Twos the bluh of a woman that crown'd the Within re...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 5 November 1851

i i r PLYMOUTH ID ILO nn W.l!tlU .' IJMUIMHUiJ' 'THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEttS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD BE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR.'-Jackso. A Family Newspaper: devote! to Politics. Literature, Science. Agriculture, Fdrcijrii and Domestic IVcws. I ti BBBHIS! Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, Nov. 5, 1851. Volume 1. Number 42. THE 1 Ü .- I .1 J t i i U :1 :i vi '' ! 4 ' . ,1 U -it n :'J ; J J ( THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Ji published tve ry Wednesday, by JOHN Q. HOWELL. Jit Plymouth, Marshall County Indiana. Jf paid in advance, (or within two months fter subscribing,) ------ $1,50. If paid within six months, - - - f4J.OO. If delayed after that time, - - - $2,50. Hj"The above terms will be strictly adhered to pnnitirtly. Ip-Town snbsctibers, who have their paper left by the CarrieT, will be charged Fifty cents in addition to the subscription price. 0No paper will be discontinued until all arrearages ate paid, unless at the option of the (publisher. Terms...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 5 November 1851

.m'j.'jiiiii mini n n if'J THE PILOT. l'LYMOKTil, 1XDIAXA. The highest price will be paid for BAGS cotton and linen, if delivered at this office immediately. C5"" The Circuit Court commences next MondayJudge Chamberlain presi- j ding. Our readers must excuse the non ! , fplitnrSHl ih wppIt m j ice of editorial tins week, as tue i Delinquent List and other matters have l i : otherwise engaged our attention. Hoosier Babies. As a part of the in terest connected with the late Agricul tural Fair, there was exhibited at the Starr House, two children. One eight years old, weighing 275 pounds, and the other four years old, weighing 175 pounds. The parents live, in Randolph County, and the mother is a remarkably small woman weighing not more that 100 pounds. LUomington hep. J Mr.tr.U!,..n old resident of Paris, i of Paris, 1 i flairs of thinks that a great crisis in the äfft France and Europe will take place before I the middle of Mjv. He foretells a fierce ! struggle between Liberty and Des...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 5 November 1851

. . . . .Mt;,v liiiU iiiL iu i-) ii in uiiLdi iuiuu;i.tu 111 ulu . v - -- 0' F 0 I 1 ! i are not true. The "Imlianian" tells us that Christ and the thief were that day in Paradise; three days afterwards Christ told Mary he had "not yet asceuded,' &c. The "Indianian" has exhausted his criticisms on our remarks, about chang ing the punctuation, we let these pass after seeing that he has taken the respon sibility of subverting the plain sense of words spoken by holy men as the spirit gave them utterance, and after doing so undertakes to excuse himself on the ground that other men have taken the same course. I care not what he may say, neither what he may assume, con trary to pluindeclarations, notwithstand ing he may be backed up by Uev. Luther Lee. A man must be hard pressed when he has to resort to a course like he did, of perverting Psalms 14G: 4, and Lccl. J: 5, 6. Now fui Phil. 1: 23. "For 1 am in a strait," &c. In reply to his ar gument we say, that Paul points the Vhilli...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 5 November 1851

4 1 'I .3 POETS1 CORNER. Can't do Without a i'apcr! A SOLILOQUY EY OXE OF THE PEOPLE. "What! do without a paper? No, I've tried it to my sorrow; fo, to suW.ibe for one, I'll go, Nor wait until to-morrow. Should lovers hang or tlrown themselves. Or other foolish cappr, 1 never get to hear of it I do not take the paper'. Why, there's my neighbor, Toby Stout, He alwavs heres the news, And having news to talk about, He never gets the "blues;" While others yawn in ennui, His mind is light as vapor; The cause is plain to half an eye lie always takes the paperj ..... Wlnle neighbor Stout hears all the news, And knows each current price. And always minds the P's and Q's Uy taking good advice, I cannot tell the price of grain, Or poultry, coffre, tape, or Any kind of merchandise Uecause I take no paper! Though I have studies which require Much time and mental labor. Yet I can spare a little time As well as .Stout, my neighbor; Though time he precious, J can use A longer midnight taper, And t...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 12 November 1851

r THE PLYMOUTH 1 I s i "THE BLESSINGS OF GOVERNMENT, LIKE THE DEWS OF HEAVEN, SHOULD DE SHOWERED ALIKE UPON THE RICH AND THE POOR." Jacksov. i '-i i A A Family Newspaper: devoted to Politics, Literature, Science, Agriculture, Foreign and Domestic News. Plymouth, Marshall County, Indiana, Wednesday, Nov, 12, 1851, Volume 1. Number 43. K PILOT ' :4 1 ! - ' 1 Vi v! '1 i 1 i 4 'U -' t v) 7.3 VI j ;1 M 5 ' ft J I A I "J I it THE PLYMOUTH PILOT. Is published every Wednesday, by JOHN Q. HOWELL. At Plymouth, 3Iar:hall County Indiana. T9TC A if paid in advance, (or within two months after hubscribing,) ------ $!... If paid within six months, - - - i,00. Ifdelayed after that time, - - - $2,50. XXThe above terms will be strictly adhered to pnailirehj. OTown subscribers, who have their paper left by the Carrier, will be chanred Fifty cents in addition tthe subscription price. ITNo paper will be discontinued until all arrearages are paid, unless at the option of the publisher. Terms of Advcrtfci...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 12 November 1851

3 THE PILOT. I'LYMOKTII, INDIANA. WEDNESDAY, Nor. 12, 1851. Ebrata. Our readers will notice that a mistake exists in the caption of the Delinquent List. For ISM read 1852. CLT ue would invite especial alten- ; tion to Messrs. Bailey & Trowbridge's ! advertisement on our third page. They I - i o.t .,t,n(;r Gm- eery upon a plan which cannot fail to mike it a favorite resort of the commu nity at large. Their stock has been se lected with taste and care, and they are now ready to supply their customers with ; cheapness-and puuctualitv. Among the 1 uv. .among wie ; , 'Ip ...hiph .ul T 1 PnTee Tn J Tea, Coffee, and, ' laauv inducements for trade offer is the low price of fcu"ar. Tliose wh-o are in want ot these articles should call immediately and se- , . cure a goodsuppi. , . . a .11 Kosuxn-A later from LonJon in the New York Herald says, it will prob-. iiblr be six weeks from the date of that j i.,ta riMnW 2.1 Ti-f.ir. Kossuth reach . VW.V-.". .w. - I is the United States. Th2 Missi...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 12 November 1851

5 NAMES of OWNERS. DESCRIPTION Sturk Morris 276 Sutton peter 273 Thayer" Mo es 2S5 Redding Joseph 19 Redding Matthias 21 Smith Elisaphet 22 Trueblood Ephraim 273 AV Leaton Joseph 319 same 3i0 Wills Asa estate 211 nhfnw w M R n e qr s hf n eqr e M R e hf n e qr n w s w qr w hf ne qr n e n e lots 1 & 2 n w qr nese Ash Elijah R 8 n w qr n e qr 2 34 Baker John & others n ehfiwqt 31 33 BaleyYolreyW j3 whfseqr 32 31 Bently Eii 20 se(P 2 do Bently Henry W 2 nwnvqt 31 35 Bowman L II 27 8 w V 20 do Brown Henry J 3 whfseqr 27 do Catuck Isaac 4c s e s w qr 31 do Childs Edward H 51 nwqt a 31 Douglas David ß ehfseqr 27 3" Eels simeon 93 w hf nw qr 31 do Cordon Lot U9 w hf 9 e qr 35 do Jewel Jesse 135 n w s e qr 4 31 Johnsci John i40 e hfse qr 4 do Lemerit Lloyd t ehfswqt 23 3 Martin James 174 ehfneqr 3 do Massy John 177 n w qr 22 do Same 178 w hf n e qr 22 da Miller Christopher 190 e hf 20 do McCartyit Fleicher 202 s w qr 10 31 Packard AsbyB 224 shfswqr 4 do Paarson Nehemiah 22G s e qr n...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Plymouth pilot. — 12 November 1851

DELINQUENT LIST FOR 1850. Xfl A list of Lands and Town Lots returned Delinquent for the non-payment of Taxes due on them for the year 1850, situate in the county of Marshall, and State of Indiana; If said Taxes be not paid before the first day of January, A. D. 1851, the whole, or so much of said Lands and Lots as may be necessary to discharge the laxes, penalty, interest and charges which may be due thereon, or from the the owner thereof, on the day of sale, will be sold at public auction, at fhp r.miTt Wmisp. in thp. tnwn nf Plymouth in Raid rnuntv. on the first Monday in January. A. D. 1851. Sale to commence at 10 o'clock, A. M., and to continue from day to day, until all the said Lands and Lots be offered for sale, as aforesaid. UNION TOWNSHIP No, 1. 3 c a 2 S J3 O O 3 3 a. NAMES of OWNERS DESCRIPTION s re 3 2. s- NAMES of TOWNS. B 0 I"" O CO o - e c O 3 n o 3 2 3 O C9 o 55 c 3 CD to o o 3 3 3 ti o - re CO NAMES OF OWNERS. DESCRIPTION. p 3 C re t" o O 3 f o NAMES OF TOWNS. So SL...

Publication Title: Plymouth Pilot, The
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