jlcahnu 1 ui
tuit ' tic j
appointed by the bord of Officers
convened pursuant to orders from the
Executive, to contract with any person
who will undertake, to furnish the men
ordered on xluty, for the defence of Fayette county with provisions. As the filiation of our frontiers will not admit
of delay, I hope any person who is willing to contract, will make early" applica'
anu longer ones in proportion.
the head of Clarks
run, Lincoln county about the firlt
QrFebruary last, a che'fnut sorrel horse
fourteen hands and a. half high, blaze
PW mwn rd
andSold bi Torm and
rnr ui Tyip j-nrir tun un
red roan mare with foal, abour six t .r d
fourteen hands hieh. a small wlnre in,.
her face, brande i on q,e
fh.- - idt
lace and some saddle spots, one hind
soot white, had on when 'ie went away
a large singing bell, the collar of which
was wraped twice round his neck. The
taker up of said horse shall be intitled
to .a liberal reward, on bringing or sending him to. the fubferiber living near
the K,iob 'Lio.k
April, ith 1788 MICHAEL RANDOLPH,
and outto itFC, lome laddie aa.k
natural trotter, had a bell on, whttv;
takts up said mare and brinps her t
Col, Todds shall receive rhrep d 'It
'6v:"G' U L
TS hereby given, that a company ..will
meet at the
the 4th. day of may to go through the
wilderness, and to let out on the 5th. at
A CR.ES of valuable land situated on the
five Thousand acres on the waters of
Cumberland rivet within the Bounds re
feived for the continental Officers and'
soldiers of this state, and twenty five
Thousand acres lying on the waters of
duck, Elk and Tennefec rivers and
other navigable water courses falling
into the Ohio and Miffifippi rivers.
The fubferiber thinks it "unnecefTdry
with regard to its Situation, Soil,& Timber,
to be very particular in his defcriptioji'
as he immagines the piirchafer would
to any contract be desirous of seeIndisputable titles wjll
be made the purchasers, and eight years
'which time most of the Delegates to the
state convention, will go
crtdit will be given from the time of
Powerful high blcoded horse, will
stand this fcal'on at the fubfenbers
houle in' L xington, his price thirty
aoolb of merchantable toof pork, to be delivered
on, "on or before the loth, day
of Ocober next.
REDBIRD I was got by Fearnought' an
imported horse, his dam wasa Janus, called slow and sure, his'grand dam was
creeping Kate, so vvell known on the
continent tor herfwlftnefs and Hgh h'ood.
rcaking. the titles, no Interest will be
for the firfl fair years. Any
person inclinable to pirchafe may know
thr terms and be fnvn
ot .October luit,
coiour d mare and niare-col- i,
white main and tail, the mare is
years old, about fourteen hands fig- .. o
branbed on, the near fhculder 1 f., t is
mare had on a small bell, is lupp d iO
be with foal.. Whoever takes up Uid n rc
and colt, and brings them to B.niuun,
flml'. Itjvp the nhnup r, vu rH
(gTRAYED from the fubferiber about Chtiflmafs
u n a -t
lafl, a black mare, with a small blaze down her
isy7lLL stand the ensuing feafon'at my
W house, and will cover mares at for- face, five years old ffteen hands high, a natural trot,
ty (hillings the season, payable in cattle, ter, fbod before, a fbort tail ALSO a bay stud colu
old in June next, a large head, small white1
sheep, or tobacco, on or before the firlt on years
hisnofe, light made and long tail. IVIweverfecures
dav of 'November next.
said creatures so that I get them again, shall receive
Mjgul is a sine horse fifteen hands the above reward, or two dollars for eit her
Lexington, April 1, 1788. JOHN BARKER.
hig'i, and- was got by the noted importhis dam Poll Flaxen, who
ed horse Lath,,
was also dam of Brimmer, and was got.
by lolly Roger out of the imported mare
Lc ti- if
more, did in Odtober 178s, at tl t a is
of Ohio, obtain a bond ,fr ),,. me for the
conveyance of a certain tract of L,,i d
in Penfylvania ; This is to forewarn all
persons from taking an affignment of la d
bond, the same caution I have given in
the Maryland Gazette-- , for I am determined not to comply therewith ; as I
have in my pofleffion a bond of his, R c
conveyance of a tract of land in M;rv-lan- d
of equal value, which land I am c -vinced he has lost, and cons quemly
conveyance tp me impofi:u'
stolen in January last
Halls near Lexington
a sorrel horse eight years old about five
feet high, branded on the near moulder
thus HL, has a blake in his face which
comes over his noftnl, has three white
feet, (hod before, paces and trots, he 13
some what cuffi-uto bridle by reason
lie will npt suffer his ears to be handled, has pev-'-been docked, whosoever
takes up laid hoife and will biing or
send him to m.in Lincoln county, about
five miles from the Court honfe, fhail
fcave sour Dollars reward.
time in January last. a dark bay hoi e
about fourteen hands high, seven or eiht
years old, branded on the near buttock
I B. whoever takes up said horse, .and
secures him so that I get him, shall ruve
TWO DOLLARS rewaid.
Lexington, April 1 5. HENRY MARSHALL,
Nafliville January. 21, 1788
CTrayed away from this place, i.n:e- -
A trad of land containing
waters of the north t fork of
Licking, lying on the road from Lirne-ftm- e
to the lower blue licks ; being
Mays settlement and preemption and
lick, good bonds on persons
in this diftrift or on persons in the EafTern
part of Virginia will be received in
and I will Warrant
For falc at Robert Barrs Stare in Lcxengtort
have for sale at my house a large quantity of
dry garnered fait, which 1 will sell foe
cafii, at two Dollars pr. buflic'll.
Liincoln April 8 1788.
STOLEN afrom the fubferiber
about half worn, the
the Ivck of alighter blue, with (hallow pockets,
a set of fi'ver buttons marked IB in a
Any person having bought laid Jacket, and returning it to me in Lexington, shall have the full
l with to bring villians-tiuftice.
March 17. riSR.
Y Authrity fr n the Hpnour-.b- '
Executive t.f the state of V pnnia.
(being duly admitted thereto) the oues
of Notary Public, for jhe diftnd of K
will befto those annlvincrVrr'