American patriot. (Bellefonte, Pa.) 1814-1817, November 05, 1814, Image 4

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    IT A cn
ESPECTFULLY informs the citizens
% of Bellefonte and its vicinity, that he
has commenced the TAYLORING BU-
SINESS, at the House back of Mr. James
Rothrock, and immediately adjoining his
Hatter shop, where those who ma; please
to favor him with their custom shall receive
every accommodation ana attention in his
power to bestow.
Having served his apprenticeship in tle
city of Baltimore ; and having had an oppor-
tunity of perfecting himself in the knowl-
edge of his profession by an exercise of
of its various duties, in many of the best
shops in that piace, he HMlatters himself
qualified to give general satisfaction to
his customers.
October 3, 1814
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IMMEDIATELY, two or three Jour-
NEYMAN TAYLORS, to whom generous wa-
ges and constant employment will be given.
November 5, 1814.
BY order of the Orphans Court of Centre
County will be sold at public vendue on the
premisses on Monday the seventh day of
November next, a certain Messuage, tene-
ment,and tract,of land late the property that
was of Jane Templeton, deceased situate,
lying,and being in the Township of Walker,
in the County of Centre aforesaid, bounded
and described as follows, to wit. Begin-
ning at Stones, thence by land of Thomas
Stewardson, and others South 42° West
447 perches to a fallen black oak, thence by
land of Thomas M’Kee North 48 degrees
west 59 perches to a white oak, thence
north 40 degrees east 55 perches to a pine,
thence by land of Andrew M’Kee, north
49 1-2 degrees east, 395 perches to a white
oak,thence south 48 degrees east, 10 perch.
es to the place of beginning ; containing
101 acres of 45 perches and aliowance of 6
perches cut for roads and highways. The
terms of sale to be as follows, to wit.—
The purchaser to pay one half of the pur-
chase money in hand, and the other half in
one year from the day of sale. Due attend-
ance will be given by
Certified by ’
Wu. PETRIKIN, Clerk, O. C.
October 12, 1814.
Ahe Vendue Notes belonging to the es-
tate of Jacob Shevick, dec. are left with 'T
Moore in Bellefonte. The drawers are de-
sired to call and pay them off before next
November Court, or they will be sued
Oct. 134 1814.
A quantity of BLANK EXECUTI.
ONS for sale at this Office.
The stockholders are hereby notified that
an Election for fwenty-one Directors, will
be held at the Banking House in the bo-
rough of Bellefonte on Monday the 21st day
of November next, between the hours of ten
and three o’clock of said day.
A meeting of the Stockholders will be
held on the first Monday of November, at
the Banking House in Bellefonte, at 2 0’-
clock, P. M agreeably to the provisions of
the ¢« Act regulating Banks.”
By order of the Board, .
Bellefonte, 21st Oct. 1814,
THREE adjoining tracts situate in Half.
moon township, Centre county.
No. 1,
Contains 119 acres, of a good quality, with
a large proportion of Meadow, and Bottom
Land, and lying on Halfmoon and Evans’
Runs, a Log Dwelling House 23 by 30
feet, Stable and other conveniences, with a
number of Apple trees. selected for Sum-
mer use ; in full bearing, also a Young Or-
chard containing 130 fruit trees just be-
ginning to bear ; Peach trees, &c.
Contains 50 acres, 6 of which are in a state
of cultivation, and adjoining lands of Thos,
Downirg, Joseph Yoder and others. This
lot is of the first quality of lime-stone land
ip the neighborhood.
No. III,
Contains 188 acres, which is unimprov-
ed, but valuable, no doubt, for the Iron Ore
it may contain, together with the timber.
It will be sold seperate, or altogether as
may best suit the purchaser for cach and
every tract,
Indisputable titles will be given. For
terms apply to the subscriber, living on
the first mentioned tract.
Halfmoon, Oct: 20th, 1814.
Remaining wn the Post-Office, Bellefonte,
October 1, 1814.
‘William Ammerman, Philip Antis, Geo.
Bettner, Jonas Bumberger, William Beard,
Wm. Boyd, Isaac Cartwright, Elizabeth
Clark, James Collins, Rachei Carr, Richard
Cary, Jokn Drain. James or William Dig-
on, Michael Fitz, Francis Graham, Peter
Ginder or widow Shenk, John Graham,
James Glen, Thos : Green, Peter Griffeth,
Peter Hendershat, Jane Haslet, Abraham
Hooper, David Hollingsworth, Wm. Kerr,
Anthony Kemedy, Frederick Kellogg, Mar-
garet Laird, Wm. Lillyatt, Benjamin Least,
Thomas Liglit, Josiah Lambourn, Jacob
Lambert, Archibald Moore, Henry M’Cal-
mont, Joseph Montgomery, Philip Moser,
John Mane, John Montgomery, Robert
Moore, Hugh M’Guar, William Murrey,
Lorence Peters, John Patterson, James Por-
ter, Job Packer, Joshut Redrick. John Sny-
der, Jonathan Saynes, George Settzer, Sam-
uel Scott, Catharine Shissler 2, John Sims,
Philip Shreck, Jacob Swentzel, Absolam
Timms, John Taylor, Mr. Tipton, Amos
Underwood, David Way, Elizabeth Woods
Wm. Williams, Wm. I. Williams, Peter
Weire, James Watson, sen. Thomas Wil-
son, Charles Wilson, Nicholas Ziegler.
Oct. 11,
From the west we:
learn nothing of im
portance. Gen. ¥zard-
has arrived at Lewis"
ton with his forces.--
The British are said
to beat Chippawa,s-
About 700 regular
troops dfrived at Erie
fromDetroit and Erie,
on the 6th inst.
Col. Fenwick’s re
giment of the light ar
tillery, about 450 men
passed through this
village yesterday, on
their way to the west-
ern frontier.
Ontario Repos.
Buffalo Gazette,
Oct. 17.
Col. Smith, with the
17th infantry, and co-
lonel Ball, with a de-
tachment of light dra-
goons, have joined
gen. Brown’s army.
The army of gen.
Izard has been en-
camped at Lewiston
a few days past.
Report says that
gen Brown has brok’n
up with his army
from his entrench-
ment at Erie, & join=
ed gen lzard at Lew
iston, and that some
important ‘operations
may be hourly expect
Boston Palladium.
Itis said that at a
dinner at Ghent, af-
ter the negociation
had commenced, Mr.
Adams gave as a
toast, ¢ May the ship
never be given up.”
William Newton,,
Esq. of Halifax, is ap
pointed by the British
collector of the cus=
toms at Castine !
It is said the London
Courier gives, in
strong terms, on the
part of the British go-
vernment, a disavow-
al of Admiral Coc h-
rane’s proclamation,
inviting Americans to
join him.
Appointment by the
George H. Hunter
Esq. late major of
the 32d. regiment
United States infant=
ry to be Deputy Ad-
jutant General of the
first division of Penn=-
sylvaria militia in thes
service of the U. S.
Thomas Sergeant to
be a President Judge
of the district court of
the city and countw
of Philadelphia,
on .,., ) IER 5% 5
PY & &; * Sr. .
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