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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 November 1854

V uMi-J. . v -.TVJ AJ1UO r. 3 71,1 4'.: '. . . ' - i fTJBLISHED BT JAttES' HARPER. ii -iO' it Truth and Justice.' AT ONE DOLLAR IX ADVANCE GAL L I POL IS ; OII I Ov NOVE BIBK R 2, 1854 Number, 49- it. - jj Hp I ' J 111 IH In l [From the Dayton Gazette.] ROUT OF THE UNTERRIFIED. BY SLOCUM SLUGS, ESQ. What is Bp, among the People? .'' 1 What's the ail-exciting news?,'; ' Such a scampering of Locos; - ir ': i ; Such a shakiig jn their shoes! ; What a lengthening of faces, '.; 'J'' TTTiat a taking off of bide I , .' , 'Tia caoBgh to burst our buttons, '''Tisenough to split our sides! ' Wheee's the Loeofoeo t(Ttons? '- ""Where's their boast of days of yore? Can they count them by the thousands? (jan tney count mem by the score? They hare dwindled down to nothing x-ast au power to redeem! - Who e'er heard of such a firile, i As this grand Ifebraslta scheme? Where are Val., and Olds, and Dorsey? Where are Norris, Miller all? Where's the host of hungry leeches, i That grew fat on the "Oanaw...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 November 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE WASHINGTON. TON. Death of Marshal St. Arnaud—The Bombardment of Sevastopol Commenced. NEW YORK, Oct. 25. The steamer Washmgton, from Havre and Southampton, and with date from Jirerpool to the fOth instant, arrived off Sandy Hook last night. The allies had changed the plan of at tack on Sevastopol. A dispatch from Bucharest, dated Oct.' 10th, says Prince Gortchakoff is HI, which prodnced great consternation. The Turkish troops were at Matscwn, and Omar" Pasha was to begin opera- tions against Russia in Bessarabia im mediately. ' . A dispatch from Marseilles announces - thai orders had been given to receive the remains of St. Arnaud with all the honors paid him on his departure for Constantinople. The farewell which he had addressed to the army is dated Sept 26th, and had arrived at Toulon. It says, that overcome by a cruel disease, against which he had so long struggled, lie ia obliged to resign the command. . He pays a high compliment to his successor, San Robert The ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 November 1854

THEJOTIBNAL. ipttiB and rxmsMBMo n XarAt 1 OO in advancei t2 00 at tiic end of the year. GALLIPOLIS. THURSDAY,' KOV. 2.1854. Personal We have a note of one hundred dollars (not $400 at "Gaul" asserts) that will fell due in December, the last payment of twelve hundred dollars we contracted fire yean ago, by false inducement made to us, which we are anxious to liquidate. The debt, though not jxtt by at least one-half, we hare paid except the abore amount Now if our friends, who know them selves indebted to us, will come forward and settle the small amounts due us for Subscription and advertising, they will oblige us exceedingly. We have labor ed bard in this town for the past five years to redeem ourself and make up for a bad bargain will our friends lend us a helping hand we ask but for -our rights, nothing more. JEA coal-boat from Pomeroy, sunk on Tuesday last, just below Oallipolis island. It was owned by a couple of teen who had lately been in the employ of Mr. Horton, of Pomeroy....

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 2 November 1854

rcjgwsiww! S,!MipiJiiannias" : find the followgarticle ia NewjTork JribiiM:ii Sir, don't know bow, to plow. you "What meldopytt,vmeanl don't - know how to plow,' that hare beea, man and boy, fifty yean following: the Ym. ir. I mean votu I do not dis putethe length- of time 'yott.liaWuiV lowed the plow, out juu ap to it yek Yon don't know how to ap to it yet, fclow." J C. ' -' -' ' - -l ' :, -L vO Sir, 00 you mean HI KJ U1 . ' . 'Nct all, I only meant to assure jon 'o't the fact.' ."' ." .." " ".. -".". - i "' ' This is a specimen of a conversation with aa old farmer, not a great way from New York, who felt insulted be cause we tqjd him that he did not know - haw ta plow Letn-f-rf t did. He was at work on a piece of ground that miebt be J termed sandy , loam, though it was one a clayey loam, but nearly all the clay aaa been washed ont of it, because it never had been plowed more than four or fire inches deep in the world, and was bedded upon a sub soil of almost pure 'clay,- into whi...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 November 1854

aw. , - v 14 PUBLISHED' BY JAMES HARPER. . "Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADYAKCZ . ' i-j G ALL IP O LI S, OHIO, WOVE M B H il 9 . .-1-85 4 ; Number 50.. 4 1 y The author of this fin poem is blind, bat he sees glorious visions with the burning eye of fancy: '.'' ''.,,, [From the Louisville Journal] IN FANCY. IN FANCY. I Her eye waa bright with a wildering ,: '' - light,- . " j . And yellow as gold her hair; v, '.,. - Her lip wered as a, coral bed - --Ah, she was wondrous fair! -: O'er her beauteous face in sportive chase The fresh smiles loved to play; Like moonbeams sweet that dancing meet "When again earth dreams of day.' ;" High.on her brow of sun-steeped snow - Thought' lucid radiance flashed, ' :. While like cherub's wings the golden !''. rings -- - r y ' Drooped daxzled and abashed. Fair beams of love, Eke those above, . . In her eyes entrancing shone, -And a halo bright of soft pure light ' Seemed round her' graces thrown. . As 'oft she dreamed; truth's sunlig-ht - . -...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 November 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE ARABIA. Sevastopol Bombarded—Rumors of its Fall. Fall. NEW YORK, Nov. 3. The Arabia arrived to-day, with dates to the Slst Flour Western Canal 39s, Obio 42s. "Wheat advanced 2s. Corn advanced layellow-and white-quoted at 39a. -Trade In Manchester slightly declined. Xiara uas consiaerauiy uiiwu u at 2s; --; ' - - " -" -- - . Monxt Makt. No change in con 'aols." U.; S. stocks unchanged. Iron .dull.-.. ' '' ' The bombardment of Sevastopol be nn th f4th from two pieces of , heavy artillery. Omer Pasha has gone to the Crimea. A council of war has been held, and it is believed that his forces will go there. Menschikoff has been partly reinforced. -' " Reports are again in circulation sim- ttltanously in Vienna, Paris and London of the fall of Sevastopol. Large stock operations are made on the faith of the statement, but the people, are alow to believe. The Government employes say serious intelligence is not looked for before the beginning of November. In the absence of acti...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 November 1854

TIlE-JOtmNAL. r-At f 1 00 in adrance; ft 00 at he end of the year, .1-1 1 I' ALL IPO LIS. JffitBSDAT,- KOV. 9, 1854. Sab Aooiukw. It become oar duty to re cord V Bunt painful and heartrending occur rence, by parents allowing their children the tatof iniou.- Ob 'Saturday toomlng last mm bjuT dosea bora, children of eilixeni at oar townwere eat rabbit hunting, ' on Mrs. Shepard's farm, abore Mill Creek, when accident occurred which in all probability will result ia the death of one of the Bomber. Sereral of tie boyi -were aitting "V circle, eating locust pods, when one of them threw a mall pumpkin at Fred. Comley, son of Dr. Cromley, and (track him upon the hand in which was a loaded pistol with the hammer op. The eooeoa&ioa caused an explosion, and the entire discharge, being a bullet of aay six ty to the peoad, entered the head ef Chabus 3ha4o, ion ef Mra. Maria L.hepard, and grad-eoa ef Charles Creocet, Esq., abore the right eye, and penetrated the top of that lobe of Ike brain...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 9 November 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE PACIFIC. Sevastopol still Standing!—Reinforcement Being Dispatched to the Allied Forces!—Large advance in Breadstuffs! —More Heavy Failures! NEW YORK, Oct. 30. The steamer Pacific with advices from Europe to the 18 th int.a has ar rived at thu port. . Covmebciai. Imutoisca. -r-The market for Breadstuff's was greatly ex cited, and Flour had advanced 3s. bbL Wheat 6 to 9d $ bushel, anjj Corn is charter, mce the previous aay. ' Western Canal Flour is quoted at 36s 36s 6d, and Ohio at 39s. The supplies .tinnffd wr lltrht. and the business doing was chiefly to supply immediate wants. There was no change in provisions. Gikkbai Iktklligebce. The news frorn, the seat oi war.oy mis arrival is not of, much. positive interest. The latest authentic advices are up to the 9th inst., which say that nothing had been done in the way of battering down the walls of Sevastopol. The allies on the Crimea at the latest dates, numbered 90,000 rank and file. They occupy a strong position on t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 November 1854

.4f (fit iiiUr fi '$)X -w , y .i,f if--.- i i t. -- 1 '-. .4- -: PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCI Volume XIX. GALLIPOLIS, OHIO, NOVEMBER 16. 1854. Number 51 SETTING UP AND DOWN. A chap once told St. Patrick'i dean, While rising from his seat, 'I mean To aet up for a wit -' ' quoth the Dean, If that be true, The very best thing you can do aown again to sit' . Too many, like that would-be wit, - Set up for what they are not fit, 1 And always lose their aim;, v ' . ' 'Set up for wisdom, wealth, renown, : . But end the farce by sitting down, -.: With poverty and shame. 4 - A meddling farmer thinks he can Set up to be a gentleman, And then sit down content; But after many a turn and twist, Is set down on the pauper list, . A fool, not worth a cent. . When farmers' wires and daughters fair .Set up with silks and Leghorn rare,' To look most wondrous winning, They sit upon a slippery stand,' .Till indigence, with iron hand, 0pseta their underpinning. ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 November 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE AMERICA. Advance in Breadstuffs—Soule not Allowed to Enter France—Bombardment of Sevastopol Still Continued—Austria and Russia on the Point of Hostilities —Annexation of Samana. HALIFAX, Nov. 9. Ths atMmshin America, with Liver- V ; -r . ... ... pool dates of the 28th OIL, has arnvea at tnis port , - Hnwu CRCTAL - IjrfIXIOwCK. Mull iran'a rirenlar auotea Western Canal i .1 AQa and Ohio at 44s: vello' and white Corn 43s, and white Wheat 12 6d. Richardson, Spence & Co., report 'Flour" and Wheat considerably higher and prices firm, with a large business . doing until Friday, when, with a small speculative demand, prices declined a -sfiaHe. ret closed on the whole at anad- rance of 2s on Flour and 6d9d on Wheat Corn has advanced 24s. Western Canal Flour 4041s; Phila delphia and Straight Baltimore 41J 43s, and good Ohio 4446s. White Wheat Il12Js, and Red 10lls; white and yellow Indian Corn 4345s, and mixed 44s. Gewiral Irrcuiozircx. SeTestopol 'was being bombarded, bat...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 November 1854

THE JOURNAL. a " XBirto An rnuiEii tt , JAMS SABFBS, yAt 91 00 in advance; t2 00 at the and of tlx year. GALLIPOLIS. ; THURSDAY, VOr. It, 1854. Court. Court of Common Pleas is " still in session, but will finish the boa uess before it to-day or to-morrow. '.The jury cases disposed of since those - we noticed lut week, were Hebard 4 .Walker vs. John Glassburn, Jr.; jury - could not agree and were discharged, The State ts. Charles Neal. Jr.. for ' forgery in the alteration of certain order, - occupied two days. The jury were out . all night and were discharged on Sun- tiay'morning, there being no prospect of ' agreeing. In the case of the State ts, A. Greenwood, for. horse stealing, the jury returned a verdict of not guilty. . la the case of the State ts. J. 8. Moss- man, for an assault with intent to kill. - the jury found a Terdict of an assault ' wad battery. The Court imposed a fine of 850 and costs of prosecution. We understand that there is one ciril ease to be tried by a jury t...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 16 November 1854

3- Curious Errtrt attriboud to Saf- fROS A gentleman who lately crossed - the strait from -Calais to Dover, wore pon his stomach a small bag of saffron. Oa being asked the reason of this, he said he did it to prevent sea sickness, and .that he became acquainted with that benificent property of the vegeta ble in the following manner: A mer cantile man, who had invariably been in commoded with vomiting, during the -voyages" which he was frequently under the necessity of taking, one dsy pur chased about a pound of saffron, and with a view of evading the heavy duty imposed upon it, concealed it in his shirt." During the passage he experi enced no inconvenience from sea sick ness, although the sea was very rough. The good effect in question he ascribed to the saffron, and communicated his conjectures to several others, who have repeated the experiment with success. From that time the narrator has never gone on board a vessel without his saf fron pocket. Tbacis of Watbr is tot Moos.- Prof...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 November 1854

eri fcAMf.viaa.'!'.!. -.aawai saraatfaw. i n it j mwiii "jw rmiijii iim ia wavi ir. i ai . - M II 1 f -w- I 101 .12- "V . ... Ur. .r.u.-L. ,J as PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPEK "Tr nth and .Justice." AT 02T2 DOLLAR IN ADTANCfl Volume: XIX. G A L L I P O L' I S , ; O H I - N EM B E It 2 3 ;X l.B5 4; Number ' 52 f - - ",.,:'. 1- - ji-JM-;'.'! r.--: ''.. V '.''- LV-- [From the Republic.] THE LOVER, BRIDEGROOM, AND HUS. THE LOVER, BRIDEGROOM, AND HUS. BAND. THE LOVER, BRIDEGROOM, AND HUS. BAND. BY MRS. A. L. RUTER DUFOUR. "'A noble form In manliooa" beutr teuning yfith y oulh knd hope all tmdient in hi eye; Be itk fcA tad wooing worde that .fT.tluitt: :.' ,'' The Uebteet poUee of the heart. Aamile .. Flared ever and anon aroond hie lips, . &bd die coal eamestneM vaa aeen, abd felt, la pleading looke bo laapiagecoald rereal; tXom nope ana joy nuna; w dob aiogie mm. . A iTetaod moaest deference o'er the trhole, ' ' Shed holy charms which truly marked at . once ' - The Dobler tore frem the "...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 November 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE ATLANTIC. ; Nxw York, Nor. 13. The steamer Atlantic arrived at two o'clock thUu morn in r with Liverpool date to the 'at. : The seige of Sevastopol ' progresses- slow ly; a small breach was made rftd two out-works reduced, bat the Ksslns in a sortie spiked 1 6 French gnns. -The latest official sews to the Anglo French Government m dated Crimea, 20th. The seige of Sevastopol is pro gressing favorably for the allies, but sot much damage bad jet been done to the fortifications'. 'Private accounts, are later. They say that two outer forts of the harbor, probably the white tower, and an earth work, at quarantine, were destroyed by the fire of the English and French fleets on the i 7th. The allies lost" 100 killed, and the Russians lost 00, including Admiral KarnelefL . The French steamer which - left Crimea on the 2 st, reports that the Billed land fores had effected a breach, bat it was not vet M-ictir.ahl to. t, - g w awiui - The official Russian reoortof the 9HA saystha...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 November 1854

thejournal: sdttxd act tntttsa n -1- ?ATB HAHfiB. JOT At 91 00 in advane; 82 00 at tie end of the year." 1 OALMPOLIS. 'THITRSDAT TitOV. S3, 1854. ELstmoifs-NB w Yobs. It teems 'Ihe telegraph wasted fast in mating Sey- Iuout Governor of New York. Later "returns nlaee Clark fWhlsr) ahead, The New York Herald of last Friday morning gives - Clark 25 majority and 4xmsiders that he is undoubtedly elected. ! .Massachusetts. -If the returns from ihis State are not exactly 0. K. they miss inly one letter 4hey are K. N. This new organization seems to hare had -everything their own way in the old l$ay State. Judge Washburn, present Gorernor, and who was the Whig can didate, is badly beaten, and as for the Democrats and Free Boilers, they are' "no wbarr-. r Xhi Sufbbmb Cookt. J ud ges Cor win and Caldwell hare resigned their i seats as Judges of the Supreme Court of this ' State. Governor Medill has appointed to the Vacancies, Joseph K. Swan, and Shepard. F, Norris. Judge Norris although minus ...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 23 November 1854

DELINQUENT LIST. X Est of Lends m1 Town IwV5. 22? oouDty, for the taxes of th. y.ar on thousand e.ght hundred and fifty-thre. towhlch i. added penalty of thirty per centum, together With the eimple tax oJoMthoasandeazhthMdredandfiXiy-fouJ! .p. F-l ! i. T. Sac. Osto. Ppencer T W '14 1 fStoneLE : ' ". . 15 S. Stone Henry A; lj. 15 3 " Harris. ' " " Bickle John , ,5 4 (tarns ' 15 4 . 16 . 6 640 do do " 1 640 640 262 640 do ,. 15,84 - 16 33 V33 - 17 17 10' 16 22,28 36 . : 36 ' 35 5 Clark John N , 15 Iron Henry V'.' 15' SnlJ George 15 4 same 4. same 15 4 , Phelps Ben j B 15 . 4 Sanns f J. heir 1,5 . 4 Williama Enoch 15 4 Clat. . . . Cole Samuel 14 t : Harrington Miro 14 2 same . . ""J 14 . t Vf- Mune.-.J.' If. t Annuo. - Rife Joseph 2d. 14 4 Tuck Jane 14 4 Chkshikx.' Frasier Wm H . 14 5 35 6 21,27 t 4 31 3' 32 .' 22 - 4 21.27 .... 8 17 - 29 33 1 10 32 :' 12 .:- 16 15 33 - 26 Irwin Julia Ann 14 5 Low Joseph A f .14 5 Newsom J L, . . 14 5 Rapp George J 14 5 . same .14 5 Itice Jacob 14 5 . ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 November 1854

14. 0 PUBLISHED BY JAMES HARPER. "Truth and Justice." AT ONE DOLLAR IN ADVANCE GAL LI POL IS, OHIO, NOVEMBER 30. 1854 Volume; X.X. Number 1, iiTT3T. "r .-- - - - - j - J .A - - WE ARE GROWING OLD. k WW in growing oldl how the' thought will -vise, - Vhm a plane U backward cart. On socae long remembered spot thai - In the alienee of tin past; If may be the shrine of our earthly row, Or the tomb of our early tears; But it seems like a far off isle to as. . Jn tlx stormy sea of years. : Oh' wide and wild are the wares that part - Oar steps from its greenness now, Asd we miss the joy of many a heart, And the light of many a brow; ?or deep o'er many a stately bark Hare the whelming biUcws rolled That steered with us from that early mark, Ohl friends! we are growing old. . Old in the dimness of the dost Of our daily toils and eares Old in the wrecks of lore and trust Which our burthened memory bears. Each form may wear to the passing gaxe , - The bloom of life's freshness yet. And beams ma...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 November 1854

ARRIVAL OF THE CANADA. PROGRESS OF THE WAR. NEW YORK, Nov. 22. The steamship Canada, from Liver . pool on the afternoon of the 7th inst, arrived at two o clock this morning, bringing forty-four cabin and one hun dred and eight steerage passengers. - Lmapoot, Not. 0. Intelligence . (Sf the seige, are reeeiTed to the 29th. Canrobert and Hamelin, detailing the operations of the Allies on the 17th, (the first day of the bombardment.) are published. ' Hamelin says if the Russians bad not closed the entrance to the harbor by sinking ships, the Allies' squadron, after the first fire, could have .successfully; run in and placed them aelres in communication with the land forces without, perhaps, greater loss than they have now actually suffered. The JCngiisn loss on ship board were two Lieutenants killed, and sixteen offi cers wounded; in all forty-four men killed, two hundred and sixty-sn wounded. " The ships were considera bly damaged by shot and shells. The French loss was thirty killed a...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 November 1854

THE JOURNAL. ' BDITBD ATO PCTUBHI6 BT' JTAiaCB SABP'SB, ' jyAt $1 00 ia advance; f 2 00 at 4he end of the year. s i - -' i. 1 1 i f . jn THlTESDA-T;'. f HOT. 30, 1854. gr-Congress conTenes on Monday next, and there is some aouDt w nether tiie President's message will be printed in advance of its being sent to Con press, owing to the unsettled state of European politics. ' A steamer is one about the time the Houses will be or ganised, and the news by that steamer may cause an alteration in the message. We shall lay the document before our readers at the earliest moment. of is " JtarThere is a good opening for a competent school teacher in Cheshire township, as will be seen by a notice. - '"j3rBailey St Magnet have removed to their new bouse, adjoining Neal & McCormick, where they inform the peo ple through our columns of the arrival of little the finest stock of Drugs, Med icines, Jewelry,' Notions, dec, brought to this market. ever 7"Henking St Cadot spread them . selves this we...

Publication Title: Gallipolis Journal
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Gallipolis journal. — 30 November 1854

DELINQUENT LIST. A list of Land and Tow LoU returned delinquent by the Treasurer of Gaaia county, for the taxes of the year one thousand eight hundred and fifty-three, -, ; to which is added a penalty of thirty per centum, together with the simple tax . of one thousand sight hundred and liny-four. - ' ?r- Dwnss'.Nuixs. S. ' T, See.' Lot. . 'yOmo Spencer TW "14 1 BtoneLE , 15 3 Stone Henry A ' IS 3 ' Habsisos. BickleJohn . 15 4 '"- " rat ' "'. "' 15 4 16 6 640 do do 640 640 262 640 do 640 262 640 100 160 160 r ' 7 ' 15,24 16 33 33 . 27 ; 17 ' 10 -. '16 22,28 r,- ,36 36 36 Clark John N - 15 4 ' Iron Henry 15 4 Null George -." 15 .4 same 15 4 - ..same , -i 15 4 PhelpsBenjB ., 15 4 gsnns F J, heirs' 15 4 Williams Enoch , 15 4 Cut. ' - '. Cole Samuel 14 2 N Harringtott Mir 14 t, rsame 14 2 same 14 2 " Addisoh. - . Rife Joseph 2d 14 4 Tuck Jane 14 " 4 ChkSHIEX." "' . .. Fraaier WmH 14 5 Irwin Julia Ann 14 5 Low Joseph A 14 5 Newsom J L 14 5 Rupp George J, 14 5 - same - 14 : 5 Bice Jacob' ...

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