Agents iox the Gazette.
Wc have sound it necessary to appoint
in the different towns where the Gazette is taken throughout the U. States to
Bend a collector to collect the dues, the " toll
would cat up thegriat." Although a small
sum from each : yet. with the Printer, it is
from small sums larger ones are to grow.
Subscribers are requested to pay their sub- scrijptlons to cither of the following gentle
men. Those who receive thejr papers where
jio agent has been appointed, arc requested to
8t Stevenson, printers
Mr. Grayscn, p m. or Mr. Bar- net, Printer.
JBaltuire John S. Sktnner.
Cincinnati Post Master,
Danville Daniel Ilarbee, p. m.
EddyviUe Mr. Lon, p. m.
Plcmhigsbnrghltlr. Ballard, p. nv
Frankfort Mr, Crockett, p. m.
Georgetown Mr. Sebree.p. m.
Mr. J, Br) an, p. m.
BaiT0(h5w gh Mr, Keller, p. m.
EouisviVe Mr. Gray, p. m.
Jsanca$terJ P. Letcher, p m.
George Talbot, esq.
MoxintstcrUng Henry Daniel, esq. or the
Mr Roe, p. m.
Lick Mr. Shotwell, p. m.
Joseph Kartell? esq. or the
Mcholantllc Dr. Younng, p. m.
Weii- - Orleans Bartlet Ec (Jos, or Postmaster
Jtew- - Glasgow
Mr. Ba.che, p. m,
Paris Mr. Patten, pi m.
Mr. J. Turner, Printer.
Piper, d. p.m.
Mr. Henry, Printer, or Post.
Thos. Dubois c Co.
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Washington Mr. Murphy, p. m.
Therefore, t, JamcsJVIonroe, president of
the United States, Jtfftereby declare Ec mdke
knorm, that public sales for the disposal,
to law, oi certain lands, shall beheld
as follows, viz f
At "Delaware, in Ohio, on the first Mondays
n August and October next, for the sale of
the lands which have been surveyed in the
district of Delaware, being 45 townships and
. lutfiut Sale.
Townships 1, 3, 4, 5 and 6, 3. of n'C 14
1,3, 4, 5 and 6,
1, 2,3, 4, 5 and 6,
1,2, 3, 4, 5, and 6,
Townslips 1, 2, 3 and 4, south of ttflgc
1, 2, 3 and 4,
1,5, 3,4 and 5,
1,2, 3, 4 and 5,
1,2,3, 4 and'S,
At Piqua, in Ohio, on the first ifonday in
September next, for the Bale of the lands
which have been surveyed in the district of
Pkju3, being 33 townships and fractional
AtllrooJolUe, in Indiana, on the first Monday in October next, for the lands vhichlmc
Jseen surveyed in the district of BrookviHe,
being 36 townships and fractional townships
At JefteisonilIe, in Indiana, on the first
Jtonday in August next, for the lands latel)
surveyed in the district of (Itfleraoipillc, being 27 tow nships and fractional tow nships.
At Terre ILrite, in Indiana, on the first
Monday in September next, for the lands
which hae been sun eved in the district of
Terielfautc, being 43 townships and frac.
AtEduardsUHe, Ill'nois.on the first Mond
day in October next, for the lards lately
in the distiict of Edwards die, being
!8 townships and fractional townships.
At ArKsnsis, in the tcrntoiy of Arkansas,
on the first Mondajs of August and October
next, for the land 9 surveyed in the district of
rkansas, being ootov. nships and li actional
'BYTHB rR5lM2KT OP THE V. STATcfe
the President of the United
WHEREAS authorised by law to cause certain lands of the. Unifed States to he ottered
Townihips 5, 7, 9 and 10, h. of R. 19, west.
of 5th principal Meredian
5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 do.
6, 7n8 and "9
220.127.116.11. 10,11. 12,13 & 14 do.
townships 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 Sc 14, south
ofrancfe 23, west of 4th principal meredian
8, 10, 11, 12, 13 and 14
9, 10, 11, 12 and 13
9, 10, 11 and 12
9 and 10
9 and 10
j do. 29
At Jackson, in Missouri, on the second
Monday in September next, for thehnds surged in the district of Cape Giraideau, be-i- n
e tow nships and fractior al tow
yE PRESIDENT OF THE
of congress passed on the 3d of March, 1817, entitled
"An act to authorise .the appointment o
a Surveyor forth? landj in the northern
part of the Mississippi Teintory, and
the sale of certain lands therein
the President of the United States
3s authorized to cause certain lands to
be sold :
Therefore, I, James Monroe, President '6F the United States, do hereby declare and make known, that public
sales shall be. held at Jlunlsville, ii.
Alabama, for the disposal (accoiding to
law) of the following lands. Viz :
On the 2d .Monday in October next.
for thesale of townships 10 and 13, in
range 2, E. ; township 9, 10, 11, ai.d
14, in range 3, E.; townships 9, 10,
and 14,iniangc 4, E. ; thwnships 9, 10,
11,12, 13, and 14, in range 5, E. ; townships 12, 13; and 14, in range 6, E. ; and
township 12, in range 7, E. Also, the
lands in the tract commonjy called Colbert's reserve. ,
On the 1st Monday in Pcccmbcr
next, for the sale of townships 11, 12, 13,
and 14, in range 3, W. ; townships' 12,
13, and 14, in range 6 and 7, V; townships 11, 12, 13, and 14,inrange3, W.
townships 12, 13, 14, in range 9, W. ;
townships 13, and 14, in range 1,0, V. ;
and township 14, in range 11, W. ; Also the lands adjoining the town of Marathon, which have not been offered for
sale, except such lands as have been reserved by law for the support of schools,
or for other purposes. The lands shall
be sold in regular numerical order,
commencing with the lowest number of
section, township, and range.
Given under my hand, at the city of
Washington, the22d day June 1820.
ge?ieral La id Oflict
'Casta in Uaiu
ntU be given for 2 JSTLGltO 210YS and
GIRL of an unexceptionable character.
Lnquirc of the Printers.
June;, 3d, 1819
Tranlin, in Missouri, on the first Slon-di- y
in Nq ember next, far tlie lands in the
Military Uounty tract, (north of the Missouri ritcr,) which could not be distributed to
soldiers, being chiefly qimter sccttuus and
fractions, too sixlall or too large for bounty
At C;hibi, in Alahann, on tho fivst Monday in No ernber next, for the lots in the towns
of Claiborne and Jackson, and for townships
12 and IT in'range 20, and for towrship 18
in range 19, which were adertieed but not
offered for tale in Mai ch 1819.
Hach sale shall continue tluce weeks and ctw
longer; and cich sale will commence with
the lowest "number of lot or section, township
and range, And proceed in lcgulv" numerical
order. The limb lesened b) law for Uic use
of schools, or for other purposes, will, as usual, be rcsen cd fi om s de.
Given under my hand, at the city of
Washington, the eighteenth day of
in the ear 1820.
Uy the President,
Josutt Mejos, Commissioner of the
Printers who are authorised to publish the
law s of the United States, will insert the abo e
once a week, t;ll tle 1st of November ncWt,
and send their accounts to the Geneial Land
Oflicc for payment.
an act of
WJ1KKEAS, by of .March, Concjiesspased
" An acttoauthonsethe President of the
Stntei to appoint a Heceier of tlie pub-
lic monies and Kegister of the Land Ofjice for
the distnctof Lawrence county mthe Aikai-sa- s
territory," it is enacted, that any pcison,
hiving a claim to a
in the said district, shall make known his
claim and location, accpidmg to the piovision
of the lau snow in force, to the Kegister at
least six weeks before the time to he designated by the Picsident of the United States for
issuing patents to the soldiers of the late army, entitled to bounti land in said distiictTherefore I, James Monroe, President of
the United States, do hereby designate the
fourth Monday ot November net, as the time
at which patents as aforesaid shall commence
Given under m hand, at the city of Wash-ingtothe eighteenth of April 1820.
(Sign of the Cross Kcys
AS just received irom ruiiaucipuia, in
addition1 to his former stock the iollow- -
lOaf &lump sugars, rcppnn,vc
dozen PORT AVINE,
Holland, Oin, Cogniae tframly9
West India llnm9 Madeira Wine,
For the accommodation of Travellers
Extract of alctter from Governor Ltoi,v;bo
is acknowledged to he one of the most
vvcalthv, wejl info tine d and best managing
fanneis in the United States
" The Van iev, so far, is the best Agricultural
compilation, in inn humtte opinion tllhut J have
eicr heerf, and desen.es the Pationagc of the
From the President of the A(;ricultlural
Cooked in the best and most approved style,
wotdddo well to call as aboe.
Lexington, July 27, 1820
TxiittittR oi aWMnis.
lUsterii Shme of Aiaryhnd
( I am
anxion to preserve the whole ofthc
vvoiki and wish it was in the hands of every
faitntr in the United States It is by the diffusion of knowledge onh, tliat we can expect
our country to lmpiovc in Agriculture, which
tny paper is aamuauiy caicuuteu to impair to
all vtho taiH take pains to he improved by reading."
liespcctfully tliy fuend,
From an address deliveied by Thomas Liw,
r.sq I'zesident ofthc A gucultuMl Society
of Piince CJeoigc's count v
' liesme I conclude, jet v.e i erontmend to you
the American !irmerf a paper i,huh collects
into a focus all the rarjh of light on Jfuibai.d y,
width aic emanated ft om erery tfiiaUcr oj the
globe I hate tetptestcd Jfr, 6hinjier to give
an annual index, iihich nul make it tqualto a
librarv for a farmer
From Doctor Calvin Jonps, of Halcigh, Noith
Carolina, a gentleman of high lepute for his
devotion to the inteicflt ot Agriculture, and
for his attainments in other sciences.
Mr. dales 1 lequostof ou the savor to inform those respectahle fi lends who have interested themcUeb in the success of the "
that the atronae
not such as will justifv its publication llic
bestscivice lican now render them is, to recommend Iq their notice the "lAirtonain Iu- mer," an Agricultuial paper, published weck-- i
ly oy jonn o ounmcr oi itiunnore.
quimtancc with this voik will pi event any
regret being experienced at the
accuracy and dispatch
IZxtiact fiom tho pioceedingsof the
of Albcmaile,, Virginia, at their
last meeting, May , 1820.
'In order more general! to disseminate the
agricuitual intelligence and improvements
made throughout the United States, the Society resolve to present each of itsmcmUcis
with thr first volume of tho American farmer,
edited at Baltimore, by John 9. Skinner, Ksq
Hoarders, where every attention will be piid
"Id those who may savor him with thcr custom.
Those who wish to partake of the finest
House of Entevtainmentj
AM hapry to announce to my friends antj
the public generally, that I have, at a
grc'at eipcr.se rebuilt my
In a manner superior to any in the State, ana
upon the same ground ouuhice they founci-stood, liespcctfully solicit the pationagj
of my former customers and the public gen
'rally. I shall endeavour nd hone to givi
call - ,
satisfaction to all
All gentlemen who feci an- - interest in th
circulation of a Journal devoted to theobjccts
amf conducted on the jlan hero described, are
requested to transmit the names of subscribers
all cases the money miut he remitted
fj ore the paper can be &ent It will, however
eicturneilinanv case, wlieie the subscriber
in a view of the paper, not being satisfied
iay think proper to ri.tura it to the edito
v utiri thrc c
Biadfprd Charley 3 BcU George
Ih an John 2 Son
2 Barbour Philip C.
Bell John H.
Br an John
Blair William W.
Bt irvman G. W.
t. II. Steel
Bieckemidge Rob. P. Brawn Samuel Dr 2
Blair Samuel W
Bibb Kdward B.
Buckner David P
llham 2 Brown James 11. t
Hall John W.
Barr 'X homas T. 8
Brcckcnridgc Itobt It. C
Chiles John, Kichard,
"W. Banton, iTJijah
True Sv Col James
Crllov ay Jesse
Dunn Pttcr t
1 lanagan Cliarics
Franklin Henry ,
Crane Aai on
Christian William C.
Cochran John ().
Cannon Bui ton
Pm ell John C.
I'lemi.ig I homas
Bddv Kphraim B.
11 ancis Jesse
leamter Thomas J.
Gatewood Alpliia G.
Garrett '1 bom is
Green John M. Dr.
Graves A tin B.
Gi egg Samuel
Gier Willi im
Gumn Thomas Jones
Hep'onomoub Pcndlc- ton
Hunter Susan S". t
Han is John
(loops Thomas P.
Hanah John H.
Harrison John D.
Hooper ancy M.
A List of Letters
P.MATXlVfl !n tha Tn
H sadles. Kv. uhich is not tnVfi
the 1st of January neit, will be sent to the
as dead letters.
John M. Allen
Xlickey M illiam
Hinds Wm.fc Martha
lies and Ifaacjr.
JOHN FOWLER, p.m.
October 4, 1820.
Marquis John W.
2 Morse Elijah
Norton John II.
MBlcr-AuthoMorrison David G.
i.au ranee Asntou
Miller Alexander 2
Wm B. Long
K. & W Long
Mofntt George At.
Wm. B. Blackburn
Lizzy & O'Bannioa
Jno. Long & Brother
James C. Long
Morisson James Col 4 Dr B. B. Bohannon 2 Adam Linn
Morton John al.
3 Abner Lcfoc
Mai tin Obediah
Barman Bow mar
Andw M'Knight 3
John .M'Kinncy, Jr.
Mira L. Madison
Leonard Bnsby, Jr. James Monroe
Morn&on E. 1). dee'd AtKcnzie DavidC
Doctor Jacob Bodmc John Melton
M'l aughlin George
Wm CunninghamVm. M'Clure
Geo. T Cotton
6 James V.irhn
M'Dowtll James Col. NT II Cook & co. 3 Jerry M.,rton
Wm II Cosby
M'Bride Mary A.
Meredith Elijah (coj- - M'DowcllJohn Maj.2 Jasper CHhns
2 James G M'ICinnciv
M Meekin Samuel
.M 'Chord BaudL.
Jon i citaland
Nelson CIuilcs H.
I os Collins
Cap. H J oilutt
Neil Geoige ,
Clerk of Woodford tirrjames Plew
cuitourt -Wrilliim IVeston
Oilutt Aazi-Francis Dimnington
Pinknry Edward B. Phihp3 Joseph M
Barker James V.
Proctor Delia C.
Pattjbi son Charles
Johp B Jiott
Philips '1 homas
Nicholas W Eastland ItichtrdD Shipp
Sheriff W C
Parker John, sen.
Col. Jno Fiancisco
Parker John I odd
Bichd ro-Jos Smith
Pitts '1 homas
Frances A Simms
2 1'atteison James
Philips nni Ma.ia
Plnhps 'J homas
Wm B Thompson
Pa) nc John
Jos F Taylor
Wm. W. Giant
Bcdman John C.
Jane B Trabue
Noah Bay don
Uichardson Jno. C.qapUucker James P
Kuby J. Sw C
John Ilanna h co.
V li W.
2 Boss Mr.
Benj Vance .
Wm S Hunter
Hussell Wm Col
Boscltobert II. Dr- James C Hiter
Bichaidson John Job Bobinson Moses
Geo R. Wilkins
A B. Hamilton
Edward B Wood
2 Bush Patrick
1 hompson Aea
Todd James C.
hotter J. G.
Taylor John M
Tdd John Dr.
U inn Mary
Wa ker Adam' U,
Yarnal Benj. 2
WTallace Christian 3 Clerk Payette C. C 8
Ao CREDIT --.Ml be given for letters m this
office, under any cu cmnstances
to those who haze established accounts.
Smith Lewis II.
2 Taylor Mr?
2 Id lor Hannah
2 tax lor Bobert
'l'ay lor Leonard
Thompson Benjamin V
Trotter W'm. sen
2i Taj lor Wm.
Todd Samuel B
Todd W. Col
'1 hompson Francis
ance David Z
v agoner Wm
Walling Joseph n
Wilson Edward J.
ebb Wrm It
Weit Aim C
Williams James W
V'arren Thomas B
Cap A Kinkead
Uahl J ydliams
Douirlass YounrJOS W BHl'SQA, A. P M
Versailles, Oct 1, 1820.
J 4 I Kinkead
Shclln James Gen- 2 Snodgrass John
2 Stainton Wm.
Show ell Henjy
Sharp William P.
Seuat P L.
Stewait Wm. M.
Smalhf ood Joephus Stone Wm
Suaon Bat id S
Sutton & Cbictnan
Summers Elizabeth L.
Hcadenburg James B. Hooper William
U' II art
Heron Susan, John orHamson Uobet
Heiroiumus Wesley Hampton Jesse
Holly man ThOmls
I LingcntUter George
Lmdsev Bobert 'P.
Lindsle KdafiUJi5 Ecmmon h Culbertson
Long Philip V.
Gorton Wm. n.
Gewis Mis , Theatre 5
Law son Fanny
heather Peter P.
Loyan Body K.
Lvman John W.
.Lewis John H.
Lockett John P
Lewis & Miller
Kingsbury Busscll 3
Knight Carlton W.
Simms sc Nally
Schooler Lew is
2 Duscu William
Kunsee Mr. ,
Kodns George W.
Deas William Mien
2 Davitss James B.
Chiles Tai Uon W.
Chiles Wilham li.
Connover Lewis JT.
Cum an Siiah
Cr.Tter llcnrv YRtcs
2 CJjill Wilham
Cropper P. C.
Giittenjlcn Nancy 3 Cheaney Wilham
Ciaw fuii James
2 Combs Lesley
Cor i V Mr.
Cogan John (water to
lessup Samuel B
J uengling Joseph
Johnson Joseph i:.
t n'on J D
Jack it John
Johnson Benjamin D.
Insurance Bank president
Worthington Bobert 'Wilson Wm
Walker Abran "
Wright Alfred Rev 3 Watson William Wj
Welsh James, sen 2 Worthington W. GD
Weeston J. W.
Wright Geo. Bledsoe 2 Walker Jane
4 Wilson Joseph J
Wilson Braxton G
iingnt tierry Wilson bner
W bb. James
Webb 1 homas W
M ilson Wm
M uicld Chas A
Booth Temperance 2
Barnett W dham
Each number gives a true and
statement of the then selling pii-'e- s
of country producQ4Ue- stock and
the piincipal articlesj brougt for
sale in the Baltimore market.
For the sum of Five Dollars per annum to be paid in advance tfc actual receipt, of evtiy number is guaranteed.
That is, when they sail to come to hand,
buplicats shall be sent until every
have been leceiVed.
As the Editor takes the ikk and cost
qf the mail on letters addressed to him
should snbscription money miscany, he
nevertheless, holds himself, bound to furnish the paper.
"To those who may thin!; the price of
subsciiption too high, it maybe remaik-cd- ,
that on a companson of their actual
contents, one volume of the Ameiican
Farmer will be sound to contain as
much as sour volumes of the "Memoirs
of the Agricultural Scociety of
and sour of that patriotic, and
and exceedingly aluablc work, sell for
' To shew that the Ahicrican Farmer,
is conducted in a mariner to answer the
great national purposes for which it
was established, and that is not undeserving the encouragement of the Agriculturists of the United states, the following
testimonials are respectfully submitted
others equally conclusive, might be
CONTINUES TO KEEP AT THE ABOVE STA"VI, A
Vhich he will dispose of on a3 reasonable
terms as can be purchased elsewhere.
' Imperial, and
Young UsohS X
' Best GHBKN COFFEU,
ncsn ed ior,
The following notice was addressed at their
own expense, thio.igh the public papcin of
that state, by the board of manageis of the
Justau Mrir.?, Commissioner
of the Gericrd Land Uihqe.
TO 1'JIC PLANTKUS Or Ss CVUQUN
Tlie "American Parmer," vnich is, as appeals from its title, devoted pimcipally to
subjects i elating to agnculture, contains a
subscriber has tor Sale at his
Main-stccLeington, opposite the great variety of matter, the result of ?ciual
Ilaptist Grave lard, an assortment ot LEA1 tl and well digested expei iments, embracing the
and 'Shoe whole range of domestic and rural economy,
Fit of all descriptions for
sweh as cannot sail, is dul) obsei v ed, to be highmakers.
ly beneficial to v our interests. The gieat obA GESTECAL
Tanned and Dressed Sliccp & Deer ject of this society is, to prospenty not of
and theieby advance the
themselves individual!, but ot their fellow
Skin?, Parehmeutt Buckskin,
1 hey believe they cannot
moiccUcctudly, in this carlv stage of their
Ilq his always on haiU a large quantity of oi gamzation,promolc their object, than by
WOOL for Hatleis, CloUncis, .c.
commending this paper to v our pcuisal. 1 lie
He also takes Hides to Tan on Shares, and therefore take tlie liberty' to lecommend the
gives CA3II for Hides.
Ameiican Parmer as highly worthy of jour
attention. By order of the Homf'of Manay
March 30, 1820
J. J. CK.WPELL,
An fiiiiittv.r.rr nT iO t.v
when claimed, on all monies
remitted to the editor
A fcv of the hrst volume, either in sheets
or v.cll bound, with a copious ln?fex, lemain
first number of the
on hand for sale
Notes of the Batiks of North and South
2d of April? 1810 It maybe announced
Ceorgiaand irginia, generally, will he
as an established National work, adapted leceived at par.
03"All communications to he rddressed to
to all the varieties of our climate, sinqe
JOHN S. SK1NNUK,
many of thc.inost eminent citizens in
June 28, 1820
the states, contribute by their
their pcrfe, to ita circulation
and its usefulness.
Farmer received at the Gaxeltc OfTo make known alLdiscoveilcs in the fice, ivhcvc the xvorl: mail hesecn.
sciencej and all impiovcments in the
practice of a&iuculturf. and domestic
, List of Letters
ecovomy and to dcvclope the means
at te- and designate plans of internal improve- - i ington, on tlie fust of October, which is
(ncnts generally constitute the cluei ob- not taken cut within throe months, will he
General Posbnice as
jects to winch the America ft Farmer is sent to theThos Jas.Atkmson dead letters.
devoted. It takes no concci n or inter- Adamson John
4 Antum William.
in party politics, nor in the transient Atheneum L.
occuicnccs of the day.
Alfyid Willi im
The Farmer is publihcd weekly, on a Allen John
sheet the size ofa large news paper, and Allen John M.
Andci son William
folded so as to make eight pages and to Allen l'.Iiza L
admit of being conveniently bound up Allen Uithardson
voland preserved in volume. .Each
yldridgc John .
ume will c6nsist of fifty tv o numbers, a Adams Nathaniel
title page and an index, and numeious Atchmon Hambleton Anderson A.
jcnGhai?gs to represent new implc Alsop AVa&hnigton M Alviss John
Allen, Sullivan &. Br'- husban- - Adams Geoige
mentSjand improcds sterna of
For Sale op to. JRent.
Containing 108 Spindles V 3 Carding Machine
every necessary appurtenance,
WITH SWjd order and ready for
business. 1 his property is fitted upimmediate
brick house, located in a aluable and good
vcnient part of the town, and will be sold sepaS
tutcly or with the house to suit the purchaser
Terms liberal, both as to price and time of
payment: and we believe, that we can assert
without presumption, that no place in Kentucky would better support an establishment
of its size than Versailles, where there is, a
regular and increasing demand for Cotton
Yarns- - Apply to
R. & W. B. LONG.
Versailles, Feb. 5 tf
ILL practice raw in the Fayette Courts
His office will be sound over fli t.
formerly occupied by Ja. Ilaggin, esq. first
door below Frazcr's corner. He pledges himself to be diligent and punctual in business
confided to him
Aug 20 34tf
Ti'iwetteirs aiA Others
ABE informed, they can be accommodated
IL Gaines's Boardins House.
bltwcen the Episcopal
Church And the Public Square, bv th
Day, Week, or Single Meal, iz :
Boarding & lodging by the Week. S4 50
By the ltojr,
Breakfast or Supper,
Uorge, Livery Stable prices.
Lcingtcn; Juno 2$ 1BQ - 2
N" Market-stiec- t,