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'The Daily Macon Telegraph', published from 17 Oct 1831 thru 26 Sept 1832,
and then became the semi-weekly Macon Telegraph from 2 Oct 1832 thru 21 Dec
1832.  This was also edited by Myron BARTLETT.  Originals in the Washington
Memorial Library, Macon, GA.  Transcribed from poor microfilm at the Georgia
Archives.  Only notices appearing in 'The Daily Macon Telegraph' which had
not previously been abstracted in 'The Macon Telegraph' follow.

Vol. 1 #68, Feb. 4, 1832:  Married in Clinton, Jones on the 20th ult., by
Rev. HARDY, Samuel LOWTHER, Esq. to Mrs. (Eliza) BILLINGSLEA.

In Crawford Co, GA, on the 26th ult. by William M. BROWN, Esq., Capt. Jones
HICKS to Miss Elizabeth HOWE, both of that county.

Oct. 3, 1832:  At Court House in Knoxville, Crawford Co. by John
HARRIS, Admr.

Oct. 10, 1832:  Brought to Knoxville Jail by William T. BROWN,
Jailer.  A Negro boy, 20 yrs., says his name is Alby, belonging to Dr. BEARD
of Greensborough, he has been hired out near Columbus to a man by the name
of Gideon of Columbus.

Sheriff's Sales:  Crawford Co; At Knoxville, by William B. Files, D.Shf.:
Lot 20, 2nd Dist., ppty. of George F. MATHEWS, two fi fas of Jessee STONE.

Lot 141, 1st Dist., ppty. of Thomas DUNN, fi fa of L. B. BURCH.  Oxen, cart,
and horse, ppty. of Samuel BOLTON, fi fa of Archibald GRAY.

Oct. 17, 1832:  Married on the 4th inst. by the Rev. Benjamin
POPE, Mr. Frederick SIMS of Crawford Co. to Mrs. Susan WELLS of this place.

Nov. 28, 1832:  Crawford Co; At Knoxville, by Wm. B. Files, Shfl:
Lot, 7th Dist., ppty. of Augustus HATTAWAY, fi fa of Henry MILLIRONS.

Lot 223, 6th ist., ppty. of William P. HARRIS, fi fa of William McGEE.

 Dec. 5, 1832:  On the 13th inst., by the Rev. Hiram POWEL, Mr.
James M. DAVIS to Miss Francis Ann, daughter of Robert G. CRITTENDEN, Esq.,
all of Talbot Co.

 Dec. 19, 1832:  Married on the 6th inst. by Rev. J. BOREN, Dr.
Alexander B. GREEN of Putnam Co. to Miss Rebecca H. HUGHS of Fortville,
Jones Co.

Married on the 9th inst. by Simon GODDARD, Esq., Mr. John A. CARY, formerly
of Columbia, SC to Miss Alletha T. MESSER of Jones Co, GA.

Died in the town of Clinton, on the 29th ult. after a severe illness of six
days, Mrs. Nancy C., consort of Dr. A.H. FLEWELLEN, in the 30 yr. of her
age.


Apr. 2, 1831, Crawford Co.  At Knoxville, by Wm. B.
FILES, Shf.: Lot 230, 7th Dist., ppty. of Henry KEY, fi fas of Russel
KELLUM.  Lot 188, 7th Dist., ppty. of William DIGBY, fi fa of John RICKS.

Vol. V #17, Apr. 23, 1831, Application will be made by Hiram WARNER,
guardian, for leave to sell Lot 119, 2nd Dist., for the benefit of the
orphans of Core HOWELL, late of Crawford Co., dec.

 June 4, 1831, Crawford Co.  At Knoxville, by Wm. B. Files, Shf.:
Lot whereon the Knoxville Academy stands, ppty. of the Academy, two small fi
fas of Jesse STONE.

July 2, 1831, Sheriff's Sales, Crawford Co., At Knoxville, by
Wm. B. Files, Shf.: Lot 132, 2nd Dist., ppty. of Sampson SMITH, fi fa of
John O. GRANT.

Lot 236, 2nd Dist., ppty of George and Richard TUFT, fi fas of William H.
BROOKS.

Negro man, William, 26 yrs., ppty. of David WORSHAM, fi fas of LAWSHE &
BACON.

Aug. 6, 1831, Sheriff's Sales, Crawford Co.  At Knoxville, by
John WHITTINGTON, D.Shf.: Lot 73, East Half of Lot 72, 3rd Dist., interest
of Milton P. GLOVER in the estate of John Glover, dec., ppty. of the widow
of John Glover, executions of James D. EDWARDS.  Pointed out by John O.
MOORE.

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