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VT Watchman & State Gazette, 4/11/1826

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VT WATCHMAN & STATE GAZETTE, TUES. APRIL 11, 1826

David Johnson's Estate

The subscribers, having been appointed by the Honorable probate Court, for the District of Washington, commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust all claims and demands of all persons, against the estate of

DAVID JOHNSON

Late of Berlin, in said district, deceased, represented insolvent, and the term of six months from the fifth day of April, 1826, is allowed, by said Court, to the creditors of said deceased, to exhibit and prove their respective claims before us,--Do give notice, that we will attend to the duties of our appointment at the dwelling house of William Dewey, in Berlin, in said district, on the second Tuesdays of June and September next, at one o'clock afternoon, on each of said days.

WILLIAM DEWEY, JUSTUS BROWN, COMMISSIONERS

Berlin, April 6, A. D. 1826.

Capt. Bliss Stebbins' Estate.

The subscribers having been appointed by the Hon. Probate Court for the district of Randolph, commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust all claims and demands, of all persons, against the estate of

CAPT. BLISS STEBBINS

LATE OF Williamstown, in said district, deceased, represented, insolvent, and six months from the 17th day of March last, are allowed by said Court , to the creditors of said deceased, to exhibit and prove their respective claims before us.--Do give notice, that we will attend to the duties of our appointment at the dwelling of DAVID WATSON in Williamstown, in said district, on the third Fridays of June and August next, from 7 o'clock A. M. till 7 o'clock P. M. on each of said days.

ABEL CARTER, EPHRAIM CAPRON, JR. Commissioners

VT. WATCHMAN & STATE GAZETTE TUES. APRIL 11, 1826

ON SLANDER.--Is it your misfortune to have on of those pests of society, a slanderous neighbor.--keep the windward of the fellow; let your actions give the lie to his calumnies, and you need not employ words for the purpose. Wait the issue and you will soon see the maxim verified in his case, that "he who spitteth against the wind, spitteth in--his own face."

MARRIAGES

In Glover, on the 23r ult. Mr. Willard Leonard, to Mrs. Amy Lory.

At Barre, on the 4th inst. by the Rev. John Lord, Mr. Elijah Poor, to Miss Sophia Bailey, both of Berlin.

At Barnet, by Rev. D. Goodwillie, Mr. Alexander Sandilands, to Miss Mary McMellan--Mr. Hiram Parsons, to Miss Sally Gleason--Mr. James Shaw, to Miss June McPhee.

In Waterford, Mr. Cyrus Hadley, to Miss Harriet McDonalds, of Halifax, Nova Scotia.--Mr. Ambrose Clark, of Leunenburg, Vt. To Miss Amanda Davison, daughter of Elder Davison, of Waterford.

In Essex, on the on the 23d ult. By the Rev. Mr. Blodget, of Jericho, Mr. William Fountain, to Miss Caroline Collins.

At Waterbury, on the 28th ult. By Rev. D. Warren, Mr. Charles Allen, to Miss Nancy Hale.

DEATHS

On Brookfield on the 18th ult. Mr. Thomas Peck, aged 63 years. Printers in New York and Connecticut will please notice the above.

In Berlin, on the 1st instant, of lung fever, Mr. David Johnson, aged 46.--On the 26th ult. An infant child of Mr. John Vose, aged ten weeks.

At Brookfield, on the 2d inst. Mr. Simeon Rood, aged 82 years.--on the 3d inst. Daniel l., aged 1 year.--On the 5th inst. Nethanaer, aged 10 years, sons of Mr. James A. converse, after a short illness of three days.

In Jaffrey, N.H., on the 26th ult. Mr. Zechariah emery, aged 36.--In Surry, on the 4th, Mrs. Rebecca, wife of Mr. Jeremiah Robbins, aged 40.

In Washington, 22d February, Mr. Moses Smith.

In Westford, on the 6th ult. Mr. Edwin Sibley, aged 31.

In Fort Covington, 20th February, Mrs. Perkins, wife of George Perkins, Esq., formerly of Strafford, Vt.

In Middlebury, on the 24th ult. Mrs. Betsey Allen, aged 31, wife of Jonathan A. Allen, M. D.

In Milton, on the 31st ult. Mr. Lucius Allen, aged 19 years, son of Herman Allen, Esq.

At Waterford, on the 14th March, Widow Susannah Brown, aged 88 years.--On the 20th, a child of Mr. Ira Quimby, aged ten months.--On the 26th, Mr.-------Potter.

In this town, a son of Mr. Lot Hathaway, aged about one year.

In this village, an infant child of Mr. Julius A. Deming.

In Middlesex, on Wednesday morning last, Amanda Christian, daughter of Mr. Salvin K. Collins, aged sixteen months:

"So fades the lovely blooming flower,

Frail, smiling solace of an hours;

So soon our transient comforts fly,

And pleasure only blooms to die."

In Northfield, on the 30th ult. of consumption, Widow Sarah Shipman, aged 63 years. At the age of 21, she was led to hope that her heart was renewed by the power and Grace of God. Since that time she lived like a humble follower of Christ. In her long and distressing sickness, she manifested a heart truly humble and reconciled to God. In the near approaches of death, she was calm and happy, and appeared to be longing and patiently waiting for the coming of her Lord. In her death, her fatherless children have lost an affectionate mother, her relatives a valuable connexion, the church a worthy sister, and the people in the vicinity a kind neighbor.

VT WATCHMAN & STATE GAZETTE, TUES. APRIL 11, 1826.

Ezra Nichols' Estate

The subscribers, having been appointed by the Honorable Probate Court, for the district of Washington, commissioners, to receive, examine, and adjust all claims and demands of all persons, against the estate of :

EZRA NICHOLS

Late of Middlesex, in said district, deceased, represented insolvent, and the term of six months form the 27th of March, A. d. 1826, being allowed, by said Court, to the creditors of said deceased, to exhibit and prove their respective claims before us.--Do give notice, that we will attend to the duties of our appointment at the dwellinghouse of Widow Mary Nichols, in Middlesex, in said district, on the second Tuesdays of June and September next, on each of the said days,

RUFUS CHAMBERLAIN, HORACE HOLDEN, Commissioners

Middle sex, April 5th, A. D. 1826.

TAKE NOTICE

I hereby forewarn all persons againsts trusting or harboring my wife, SALLY, on my account, or receiving any of my property of her, as I am determined to pay no debt of her contracting after the date

JOHN SMITH.

Brookfield, April 6, 1826.

STATE OF VERMONT

WASHINGTON DISTRICT, ss.

In Probate Court, holden at Montpelier, within and for said district, on the 31st day of March, S. D., 1826.

SAMUEL L. FISK, administrator on the estate of JONATHAN FISK, late of Berlin, in said district, applied for license to sell all the Real Estate of said deceased for payment of debts due from said deceased; and the same appearing necessary: It is ordered, that said application to heard at the Probate Office in Montpelier, in said district, on the 20th day of April next, and that the heirs of said deceased be notified in the Vermont Watchmen and State gazette, printed at Montpellier, three weeks successively , as soon as may be, that they may appear, if they see cause, at said time and place, and give bonds for the payment of said debts agreeably to the provisions of the statute of such case made.

BY THE COURT.

DAN'L P. THOMPSON, Register.

STATE OF VERMONT

WASHINGTON DISTRICT, SS.

I Probate Court, holden at Montpelier, within and for said district, on the 31st. day of March, A. D., 1826.

SAMUEL L. FISK, administrator on he estate of JONATHAN FISK, late of Berlin, in said district, deceased, presents his administration account for settlement--Whereupon, it is ordered, that the same be referred to the 16th day of May next, at the Probate Office, in Montpelier, in said district, for examination and allowance, and that all concerned be notified hereof by publication of this order in the Vermont Watchman & State Gazette, printed at Montpelier, three weeks successively, as soon as may be, that they may appear, if they see cause, at said time and place, and object thereto.

BY THE COURT.

Dan'l. P. Thompson, Register.

STATE OF VERMONT

WASHINGTON DISTRICT, SS.

In Probate Court, holden at Montpelier, within and for said district, on the 28th day of March, A. D., 1826.

THEOPHILUS BIXBY, administrator on the estate of STEPHEN DANA, late of Fayston, in said district, presents his administration account for settlement--Whereupon, it is ordered, that the same be referred to the 9th day of May next, at the Probate Office, in Montpelier, in said district, for examination and allowance, and that all concerned be notified hereof by publications of this order in the Vermont Watchman & State Gazette, printed in Montpelier, three weeks successively, as soon as may be, that they may appear, if the see cause, at said time and place, and object thereto.

By the Court.

DAN'L P. THOMPSON, Register

STATE OF VERMONT

Washington district, SS.

In Probate Court, holden in Montpelier, within and for said district, on the 24th day of March, A. D., 1826,--

On application of JOSHUA LAWRENCE, of Plainfield, executor of the last will and testament of JOSHUA LAWRENCE, late of Plainfield in said district, deceased,--it is ordered and decreed that all persons having demands against said estate, exhibit the same to the said executor for settlement, on or before the 24th day of March, A. D. 1826, otherwise, they shall be forever barred. And it is further ordered, that notice, thereof, be given to all concerned within sixty days from this date, by publishing this decree three weeks successively, in the Vermont Watchman & State Gazette, printed at Montpelier, in said district, and also by posting the same in four public places within said district, to wit, at Mahlon Cottrill's tavern, and Merril Williams' tavern, both in Montpelier aforesaid, and at Silas Williams' tavern in Plainfield, and at James Hale's tavern, in Barre.

By the court,

Attest, DAN'L. P. THOMPSON, REG.

A true Copy of Record.

Attest, DAN'L P. THOMPSON, REG.

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