proposes laying off a
Town at some convenient place on
slate creek with large flreet5, ana uiiJ allow public ground, sufficient for
Meeting house and' Schoolhouse;
thelojts ro.confift,$ifiialf.aii:aci-inlott'!ttntfive and a half acres out lott; each setter
who Hi.ill settle in f.nid Town on or before
the lirfl day o Ju "1789, hull be inutled
to one in and out I ,t gratis,- for which
I w make him lear ckd in see fiinple
I will also f :ll to the amount bl so.cco acres
at his Office in Main Street. irrere Subcriptions, Advertisements,
Feinting in its different branches done with Care'and Expedition.
EDWARD tfie'public that
tjc. for this pater '
Hereas the General Aflembly
diredled. r rlmr Gfr jjv.iv,;, vjif
...vi niij omJ,
lilliu iy- sully
on the Kenrucke river, near Harrods
has opened a shop in the Town of j 'g
Lexington, on high ftreec and carries on landing, in the county of
Propeitxof mr Walter Beall, fWtld be
fye clock and watch tffa1fing bufmefs
in its different brandies, all those who veiled in trustees, and eflablifhed a town
by the name of Warwick. The
shall think proper to 'oblige him with their
of the said town will therefore meet on
custom may depend on bring faithfully
Hie land, on wednef. ay the . first,
ftrved, and their business compleated in
Odtober Tiext, in order to lav off the
the best manned and on ;he fnorftft nohuts and
to law, and on
tice ; he hasjuftr cuved a quantity of ex- the faturday following, they purpofr
cellent watch chiyftals
of land on the waters .pf
sell the lotts to the" highest
the following terms viz- nr3o:pr nunareu
six months credit, the purchasers gi'vmg
and the pay merits to-- be, u t fourth part
JO rich, is hereby given to those whom bond with approved fecuritv. The pubincafh in the courie
two years from
lic may be allured that the
it may concern, that there are feyeral
the ri.fl di of September next, sour hunthis town is healthy, abounds with excejudgments in the county C urt of Lincoln
dred pound' 'hereof, to be paid the first
lled springs, and convenient roads may be
obtained for B njtmin L'gan
day-o1789.111 the sol owing manner,
had on either side the riverT
two hu'Mf c iiihd in cash and the other Hariod as commillioncrs tor the laic of
Indian plunder in the year one thousand
two. hundred pound in two pair of j1
seven and eighty, upon which no execu- -mr Honu and the "ba ranee in caluwisj.
iffued, to wit.
and lar iron; the reminder of the foutEfltios liave
be paid on or
part of ihc wnole amount to
Sum: 6 Costs.
.before the fiifl da of September, one Ebenezc. Miller, Ex'or
thoul.md frv n hundred and ninety, in
Clough Overton dec
65lb of tob.
QRokeout ofBairds.town jail the' 7th
cash, .ind tne other three fourth parts, to be Parmenas Brifcoe,
anegroe fellow named Isaac he
o- Squiie Poone.
76 is lmall and pale coloured,
paid on or be'ore tke Wft day of NovemAbraham Thomas and
ber one thousand fevei. hundred and nine-- t
76 has lolUhe toes off one of his feet ii ye- -,
two, in property :o be alued by two Jame Cilmoic .aa&- ry talkarive ptaufible; and insinuating
indifferent perfarrsnrh - p'urcbaTers'to choole
76 he was lately the property ofcoj. John'
Nehemiah Poor and
one and the fubfenber the other.
Lan.pbellof Jeffejfon countv,
ari. U r
h a pub76 meny belonged to
Th; id antagesur a I own
capt. H. palmo Qf'
lic road'thiough' it to the E.ftcrn ILtes,
Lincoln, who sob him to lawyer Bjown.
Jolin Dcemiah and
and Na 'gable waters from it to the ohto,
76 of this place, he is well acquainted in
muff be obvious to every person.
John W I'rovenceand
t e neighbourhood ;
- 6 3 65 78 and kcures him so Whoever appreherds
Thole who wish to become settlers will
that the iubtcubtr-getpltal j to meet me at Stiodes ftatioit on
him, shall receive the
The fubferiber being appointed by col.
m'nday tne eighteenth mit. where l will
Danville, July 30 1788.
attend with lurveyor chain carriers &c. Benjamin Logan Agent for settling this
bulinefs, will attend at Danville the
in order to proceed to the laying off said
week of the ensuing September
supreme Court, when he hopes those
to eftabliflj a
As toon as a crop of corn" is raised on
THE fubferiber proposesof the upper Blue licks
within thice miles
who are interefied, will come prepared to
said land, I ill ertci a Grrlt mill, and faron the following teuns, viz. one half ace
the demands of the said commifli-one- rs in Town, and
ther intend, as soon as polfible, to erect
one five acre lott adjacent, given in'
against them, those who sail heresee simple gratis, to each fetler,
iron works and slitting null on the wateis
of purchanngonehundicd acres on the same
laid in may expv ct to have the Judgment a
rr 'ate creek, con' tp I'm
gainlt them, put 'in execution immediately. tiaft. at3opr. hundred, payable in cattle, ftecp
and good horses or mates ; one half to be
July r, I78fc
the tune of settling, and two years credit for the
on the purchasers giving the land in security-fothe payment, the tides to be made tothe
T FLiJ foe wain an ptrfons from
The Primer hereof, once more eameflly re.
whenthe settlers obligate themselves"to re tie, on
qnefts all those indebtejl.tojkim to make payment before
ji allignfi em n a bond palled
or before chritlmafs next, and to maintain
jkford, in the year the 20th List, at it "wilLtnaUe him tofurnifb the
fro., mc tojofepi
sour years by themselves, or reprcienta-fivenecessary supplies for the ensuing year &e '
foi 'lit" lun
4, .h he haih lat,-c- d threeore that have paid no pat! of their fubferipti-01- providedThere will be more land adjacent, forfalo
terms can be agreed on. It is unnecefla-r- y
uu ' "tiaSernents to
and who do not comply with thisrequejl. he
to say any thing respecting ,the advantages
uid h. nd.
deem any sat t her information of this kind
which this place will derive from its local situation,
As the first year will expire
Jugujl 5,il&23d Inft. He
and richnekof soil, as those wo with to settle will
gives this farther notice, that every perjon shall Jj'e
no doubt, view it befoie they igrce; thereisaccr- - '
unified to this paper the ensuing year, who shall pay
tainty of fait being made the ensuing fall at the
"TWJO ice is hereby given, that on the down Nine Shillings. Jle hath therefore no doubt,
licks, as there are fevcral companies determined to
i' ondaV in September n.xt, will that not only all those who have favoured him with work them.
be dra n he a nc of the lotts; of the their cuftomthe present year, will continue their
Those who wish to settle will make application-tbut that the
me soon, in Lexington and some time in" October
town of B noi.'gh, and that deeds greatly encreafe, so number of fubferibers will
moderate a price.
will be fixed on for meeting on the land to viewic,
Will be nv Oe at t at time for the same;
Lexington, July 24.1788. tf DAVID LEITCH
alfc for t;.e ttiaiready crawn. All tl ofe
RAW LE IGH
owning lotts in id town are hereby requeued
d, as they may expedt
hereby forewarri olterfonsfrom taking-JL-the time "al owed' r r building thereon gEfpedfuliy informs the public,, that
an ailignment of a' Bnhdgiven by me
he has opened private entertainment
v P conn'1
from h is d it,j
to John Hughes, of Lexington,
for man arrd hoffe on the road leading
2?v order of the Board, WILLIAM OREAR
be neceffary for thoje who intend to
, It sill
trl3ourbon Court house" 1788, as 60. dated the twelfth day of May
the said John Hughes has ob- -.
to cme provided, as there will be a
those Gentlemen who will savor him with
tamed the aforesaid Bond by unlawful
lmall erpmcedeed far Iwveying &c.
their, custom may depend on havin" eve-r- y
May 19 178 a
attention paid them
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